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THE ASHLAND ADVERTISER.
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1898.
When Mm Buy Plume».
THE PASSINO YEAR.
I sat behind two women in a Four
Medical researches show that in a
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Stay yet, my friends, a moment stay— teenth street car when a fuueral proces general way white children exhibit
Western Division.. .Judge U.K. Hanna
sion, made up of members of some se more diversity in their measurements
Stay, for the good old year,
Judge H. L. Benson So long companion of our way,
cret society in full regalia passed up the and the negro more uniformity, this be
Prosecuting Att’y.............. C. B. Watso.
Shakes hands and leaves us here!
The sight of the plumed hats dis coming even more marked with age.
Mem. Board Equal........... R. A. Em mitt
Oh stay, oh stay,
one of the women in front of Thus, the negro children are taller at
One little hour, and then away !
the same age than the whites, but there
Judge................................... w. 8. Crowell
“Did you ever see anything sillier than are no marked differences up to the age
(G. S. Butler The kindly year, his liberal hands
Have lavished all his store,
that?” she sniffed. “Look at those men of about 14 The size or the bead is
Clerk.................................... Gus Newbury And shall we turn from where he stands —dressed up in all those gewgaws just somewhat smaller in the negro, teeth
Because he gives no more?
Recorder........................... Peter Applegate
to let folks know they’ve got a secret are stronger and healthier and more
Oh. stay , oh stay,
Sheriff............. .....................Alex Orme
Where would you find women willing regular, and the cutting period more
Senator....... . ..................... Theo. (.micron One grateful hour, and then away!
to parade around the streets togged out strongly defined. There is a decided
( E. V. Car* er
Even while we sing he smiles his last
like stage soldiers? Who ever heard of negro ear, which is smaller and has a
Rcpreentatives........... • Matthew Stewart
And leaves our sphere behind ;
doing it? Imagine the Daughter-« drooping upper lobe, often with an an
(E. A Sherwin
The g<x»d old year is with the past—
American Revolution riding gle. The negro body is less tat and has
Treaarer........... ....................... L. L. Jacobs
Oh, l>e the new as kind !
cocked hats, or the Women’s relatively more muscular development
School Sup’t .................. G. A. Gregory
Oh, stay, oh stay,
Christian Temperance union with gold in both sexes. The arm spread is greater
Assessor............................ J.C. Pendleton One parting strain, and then away !
laced aprons. Women have more sense- and hands and feet both average longer
Surveyor,............................... G. T. Jones
—William Cullen Bryant.
They wouldn’t deliberately make them, The thighs are more prominent in the
Great Shooter» of Europe.
selves ridiculous that way.
middle, and the legs are smaller.
Justice.................................... Milton Berry
“Look at those sashes and look at
In Europe, where the question of a
Constable,................................ M. N. Long game supply does not enter into consid those awful bats and those mangy
A Noble Critic.
CITY OF ASHLAND.
was first introduced to
J. I’ Dodge
Marshal,..........................J. W. O. Gregory as legitimate and sportsmanlike. He is paid $75 for his outfit. He paid $15 for Lord Halifax, to read bis “Iliad,” the
Street Commissioner........... J. W. Hatcher considerrjd to have made a record of hon a stringy ostrich plume for his hat, and noble critic generously criticised this
Recorder,................................ Milton Berry j or who has bagged the largest numbers then”—here the true inwardness of her pasage and that word at frequent inter
Treasurer.................................. H. C. Galey of birds or other game. Thus we read of contempt for secret society regalias came vals. The poet was stung with vexation,
Supt. Water Works, ................ I. C. Dodge one Trauttmansdorff — Prince Carl out—“after paying all that for a plume for the parts that most pleased him were
Surveyor.................... ......... J. Leslie Corbett Trauttmansdorff—who has to his credit he doesn’t wear once in six months, he
Attorney.................................... E. D. Briggs for a single day's shooting the slaughter almost dropped dead because I paid $5 the ones most criticised. As he returned
home with Sir Samuel Garth, he reveal
of 862 head of game, with the best bag for a feather I’ve worn every day for a ed his displeasure.
E. F. Loomis, F. H. Carter, W. A. Pat of pheasants, 303; of partridges, 632; year. A man’s just a natural born—
“Oh,” said Garth, “you are not ac
rick A. C. Dixon, G. W. Crowson, D. L of hares, 416; of rabbits, 638; of roe well, I won’t say it.”
with his lordship; he must
But you could see that she thought it, criticise. At the next visit, read him
Regular meetings of city council held in buck, 12; of fallow deer, 20, aDd of
the same passages and tell him you
council chambers in city hall on the even blackcock, 14, and a best year’s count just the same. — Washington Poet.
of 10,833 head of assorted game. An
icg of the first Monday in each month.
recollected his criticisms. ” Pope made
No Small Chance.
other record smasher is Earl de Gray,
use of this stratagem. Lord Halifax was
PRO FESS IO N A L C A R f >8.
Dean Monahan relates an incident delighted and exclaimed, “Pope, they
whose exploits have been duly tabulated
for a series of years, from 1867 to 1895. which illustrates the absence of small are low inimitable!"
ELIZA A. INGALLS.
His pheasants boo re was 111,119, with change in the early days of Kansas. In
89,401 partridges, 47,468 grouse, 26,747 1868 he went into the postoffice at Haye
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
rabbits, and as many bares, 2,735 snipe, City, threw down a quarter and asked
“Ruggles, lam in some embarrass
2,077 woodcock. 1,398 wild dnok, 56? * ir a postage stamp. “Want only one?’’ ment. I w&nt to make a present of a
".-rvia! After Ten t». Dt -sse» of J.v Lyt.
deer, 12 buffalo. 11 tigers, a couple of queried the p- stmaster. “Only one, ” re jew( 1 box, appropriately inscribed, to a
Opposite White Sulphur Springs House. | rhinoceroses, and 9,000 assorted, making plied the novelist, whereupon the post young lady"—
A shland , O regon .
a total of 316,699 for the entire period, or master hand' d him a stamp and raked
“Corbus, I’m sorry, but I haven’t a
■ about 11,000 annually This is a reoord
in the quarter. “Don’t I get auy cent”—
OR. J- K. READER,
which the most industrious market | change?” demanded Monahan. “Change,
“Confound you, did you think I was
shooter in this country would needs h—if” replied the government official. asking you for money? I only wanted
work hard to equal In very truth the “We have no change in these parts your help in getting up the motto to
Chronic diseases ami diseases of women noble sportsman must have been a mon smaller than a quarter!”
inscribe on the jewel case. ’’
And this was strictly true. In Hays
omaniac in the held. Yet for all his
“Corbus, you interrupted me. 1 was
slaughter the game supply where he shot City the smallest coin kuown was the about to say that 1 hadn’t a sentiment
Residence ami office, Cor. Gresham an I has not been permanently diminished.— 25 cent piece. A glass of beer sold for a in my mind that would be appropriate
Vista Sts., near South School.
' quarter, and the same charge was made to the occasions. ”—Chicago Tribune.
Forest and Stream.
for a pound of crackers or a cigar. It is
related in the early annals of the town
flow Indlnna Swear Plonaly.
Miss Mulock’s stories she
It is said that a certain tribe of In
dians have a useful divinity which they i held an indignation meeting to take ac says that “a cheerful heart seeth cheer
DR- C. W. BARR,
call a swearing god It is very small, tion in the case of a new man who ad ful things, ” and gives this incident in
equally ugly and < ven more convenient vertised to sell two glasses of beer for r. proof of it:
A lady and gentleman were in a lum
It generally stands on a pedestal or is quarter. The meeting resulted in the de
I.O. O. F. BUILDING,
Dailed to the wall of the living room, parture of the innovator for pastures ber yard situated by a dirty, foul smell
and the use of the picturesque language new. As li^te as 1872 there was a store ing river. The lady said, “How good
ALL KINC3 OF F-LLINU3 CAREFULLY AND SKILLFULLY
in its presence is aocounted not a sin, in Hays City which never gave any I the pine boards smell!"
change smaller than the 25 cent piece.
“Pine boards!” exclaimed the gen-
but a pious duty.
Thus if an Indian bruises bis finger, If the customer had, say, 15 cents com I Hernan. “Just smell that foul river."
“No, thank you,” was the reply, “I
or his cayuse steps into a prairie dog’s ing, he was at liberty to help himself to
to smell the pine boards. ’’
hole aud wickedly breaks his leg, be
confines himself to general remarks on stood in the corner, but be need not ex
Honali on the Solon».
the weatner until he reaches home and pect his dues in money.
It was in Maine that an outspoken
sees again the comforting face of the
The Tobacco Flower.
parson of the old school prayed: “O
grinning devil. Then he becomes sud
is one flower, ” says a writer Lord, have compassion on oiir bewilder
denly possessed of the eloquence of a
GEO. W. ’í REFREN,
mule driver, and the things that he says in a London paper, “which has appar ed representatives and senators. They
would make any ordinary effigy shrivel ently been overlooked by Americans iu ' have been sitting and sitting and have
ATTORNEY-st-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC.
up with horror, but the swearing god is their search for »suitable floral emblem ' batched nothing O Lord, let them
which, 1 think, is worthy of their at 1 arise from their nests and go hume and
used to it
MAIN ST., NEAR BRIDGE,
I refer to that of the tobacco all the praise shall be thin "
After all, s< ailed civilized beings are
Collections a Specialty.
not so far I < yond the Indian. When we plant (niootiana) in its many varieties.
It is handsome. The plant is, I believe,
OREGON. get nrr.:y at a man we burn him in ef-
Figures have b» a collected in a
figy, or hang up a doll whose distorted indigenous to America, and its impor suburb of Berli-. showing that 44 per
ASHLAND, JACKSON CO.,
features convey our impressions of his tance, as the solace of the human race, cent of all the children work two to
three hoars at borne before school hours
nnworth, and throw stones at it—New is indisputable ”
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE. York World.
Choice City Property, Orchards and
Farms for Sale. Houses for Rent,
City Projierty to Exch. for Farms.
DEFEAT BLOCK^ MAIN ST.
C. H. Gillette,
FIKE * MSUMtE J (
Aachen & Munich Company,
of Alt La Chapelle, Germany.
“Hurry up, there!” yelled the con
ductor to a man who bad chased the cur
about a quarter of a mile ” We can’t
wait all day for you. ”
“Is thia a Wixxlward avenue car?"
asked the tali, thin man, who was pant
ing like a tugboat after his long ruu
“Yea," was the curt reply
“That’s right,” said the thin man,
“always speak the truth, ami your
neighbors will respect you.'
And so saying he hurried around the
corner, while the conductor came down
from the car to look for a brick.—De
Quick to Sell, Slow to Wear Out !
That expresses it as regards our magnificent stock
of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Under
Wear, and Socks.
We have the most Complete line of Dress Goods
to be found in Rogue River Valiev.
And Our Prices are not Pocket Pinchers.
Vaupel, Norris & Drake.