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CITY. CLACKAMAS COUNTY. ORKUON. Fill DAY. SKPTKMIJKli 15. 181)3.
That depends upon the
Liver. Ii tho liver is
inactive tho whola sys
tem ib out of ordor tho
lircath is bud, digestion
poor, Lend dull or willing,
energy ond hopefulness
gone, tho epint ia de
pressed, a heavy weight
. cxitits after catinrr, with
(rencral despoiiuc.r.e.y and
tho liluea. Tho Liver ia
tho housekeeper of tho
lieal th; and a harmless,
einiplo roinody thut acts
liko ' Nature, , does not
constipate afterwards or
require constant taking,
docs not jntcrforo with
lmninesa or pleasure dur
ing ita uso, makes Sim
mons Liver Itcgulator a
I have tesbal Its virtues personally, and
know thut for 1 JyHiH;pniit, RIIIouhimmm ant
'j'lmil-liliiK Ili-uUuulie, It 1b tho bent meill
rlii'i ibt worlili'vur saw. Huvd tried forty
(illiiT ruiniHllea Ix-fure Simmons l.tvur
lu-KUlnuir, mid none ut tlii iu Kiive mora
tliuu l-niiiH'rury relief, but tlio ltcguiator
Uut only rclluvi-'l but ourtnl.
11. 11. JontK, Maoon, Qa,
KKOM WASHINGTON CITY.
Ono of the bills rc)ortod fiivorubly on
by tho Senate Committee on Laws grunts
live townships of lund in the vicinity of
Crater Jjiko, Or., to that Htntu for a
public park and forest reserve.
Senator Dolph has Introduced bills to
provido for the erection of a first-class
or signal at or near the present poHition
of the Cane A ratio light station; granting
a right of way to the Albany ana Astoria
Kuilroad Company through the (irund
Konde Iiidiun reservation, and extend
ing the tinio of the Umatilla Irrigation
Company to construct its ditch across
uio Umatilla Indian reservation.
Tho trouble between tho Mexican and
United Status olilciuls at Havana. Tex.
growing out of the seizure of H,000 Hheep
by Mexican oJHciuls, is receiving the at
tention oi rresidcnt Cleveland aim Sec
retary Urcshiim . All telcfrrninmiiid nllwr
data bearing on the subject are now bo
fore tho Mate Department for action,
and the matter may soon bocome one of
unusual diplomatic Importance
Special Agent Ayers' much-tulkod-of
suppressed report on tin plate lias been
given out by the Treasury Department.
It shows durinir the period from .lulv I
to Murch 31 the aggregate production' of
tin plate in this country from sheets
rolled in the United States wus 34,032,
052 pounds. The aggregate amount of
imported diiick platen converted into tin
plate in the United States was 3II,2!I0,2K2
pounds, making a gram! total of both
kinds of 7a,W22,;i.'4 pounds.
The recent udvices received hv Secre
tary Morton from an agent in Europe
fully con linn previous reports regarding
tho shortage of certain crops in manv
sections of Europe, which be represents
is iiKeiy to guarantee a large demand for
American forage crops, including corn.
Although he does not think it likely that
much of the latter will be UBed for hu
man food, he represents that tho tarili'
complications between ftnimia nnil tiar.
President Jordan savs the financial manv are likolv tn mn,l.r tl.a latin..
airairsof Stanford University are in per- country especially dependent upon tho
feet condition, and that the future of tho United States for its supply,
great institution is bl ighter than ever. The Cllna(iiall Coiei.tor8 of Customs
K. W. Fri'iich, Probate Judge and ex- ,lave been directed to brand all butter
. oflicio County Superintendent of Schools, "d cheese in transit from the United
lias been arrested at 1'rescott, A. T., and states oi America. Hie Deputy Cot
charged with forgery and embezzlement, lector 0f the district of Vermont, sta-
The gamblers, seeing they will not be ' i nt-rt'al' H,WUi,8 Umr u,e ol,Jet'
run irnnies in Suernmntiin uo i me nrst place to pre
EASTERN MELANGE. busixkss mevitiks. FOREIGN FLASHES.
Gold Medal Found in
Stomach of a Steer.
Jerusalem Is to have a brewery.
New biiildiuiu in France have plaster
The Germans have invented a steam
Knghind needs 250.000.000 bricks
A Vermont mill is making 000.000.000
Tho use of steel for sliin-buildlnir was
ix-gun in J tiili.
Tl.n .l I.. I.... .1......
Grasshoppers Utilized for Mak
ing Soup in Paris.
DELAWARE'S 111(1 TEACH CHOP.
Wiikat Valley, 02 ! (8 115c ;
ana, him! per cental.
HOPS, WOOL AND IIIOUS.
Hops 't2s, 10lflc per pound, accord.
Ing to quality j new crop, 'tills, 1617e,
Wool Prices nominal.
DlDKS Drv selected nrlmn. fier nwn.
salted, 00 pounds and over, SJie; under
UREA I) AND BITTER DANCES." "JP0,",,'.2(H3c; sheep pelts, shearlings,
,r,IV 1'A'Mr'n- ilOi-tiricj mediuin, 20r35c; long wool,
. HOmOOc j tallow, good to choice, 3(s5o per
About to Resume Business
Hoke Smith's Broom.
Knulund takes 40.000 tons of puuh from
Three-fourths of the mmulation of
itussia are lurmers.
It Is Predicted That Groat Britain,
France and Germany Will
Need Our Wheat.
Alsjiit 10.000 sroHS of iiena are nro-
Tll. !!.. .1 1 . 1 1 ti nnt I ill, ...... ..... ... I ... .
riuiiuiei una mis z.j.uuu mora kivs ""' """" w " nicwi. i vi i m n. ....,.. i .. i
!... ..:-!.. ... . . ,l. . , v .io niivu ruiusuil
.nun glim. iweniy inoiisanu men aro einpioyou ibko back repentunt str kers
Chicago's stoi'k of suirar Is low. and " i" wenimn navy.
wholesalers cannot 111! orders. An ounce of gold is worth fc!0.(l7. We
There is a noticeable increase In 1. sold ours for till in 18411.
posits of the Cincinnati banks. During the present century 8,000 tons
Mavor t arter 1 arr son of Ch , -mm 1ms " gold liavo oeen mined
been reducing his tenants' rents. In tho City of Mexico tho street rail
The movement to provide a pension ny '"rnislies funeral cars.
lor Mrs. Jellerson Davis is to be revived. Now we hove an electric cloth-cutter;
Tho government has ordered hv iimil also an electric rock-breaker.
tho dissolution of the llehring Sea fleet. At tho present day alxiut 1)0 per cent
A eenuino rase of lenmsv hnu lu-,-n of all vessels built are of steel.
found in the penitentiary at Laramie, Hog-packing to August 20 this year
Wyo. was 4,545,000 hogs, against 5,730,000 last
Alxiut 2U0.OU0 old pension c u ius are ycr.
sidetracked, later chums takimr the nrec- It is snid the silver denriH-iation will
(-'dent. cost tho Mexican imverninnnt tl0.OIX).0(M)
Conuressmnn O'Neil nred i-ts that mnl year.
will be placed on the free list in the re- The United States produces moregrain
The Texas lines have nim-rel nnnn im!
form rules in the handling of cotton
Grasshoppers have struck the section 8rain Vur tu,lt-
in proportion to population than anv
Since 1810 the world's production of
meat nas increased i7 per cent, that ol
of Illinois about Litchlield, and are do
ing great damage.
The annual eclipse of the sun in Orln.
ber will be visible over the Western half
ol ivortli America.
It is estimated that last vear 1.2K5.-
000,000 bananas were consumed in the
United States alone.
There are 3.700 national. 3.000 State
and 1,300 private banks in tho United
lento action is in the first place to pre-
verv vent 'a'83 umnding and misrepresents
s the 'i"".0' foreign butter and cheese as Ca
nadian in the country of destination,
permitted to run games in Sacrumeiito
during the Mate 1-air, have rented ev
available place in Washington across
Tl. fan,,.,,- mi,a,.rt, .i nt An. ?. su,'0.n,.'' f? 8"PP'ya safeguard against
, ;, . ' 7, . r, , , me suosniunon oi uauai lun Putter and
g.-ls, U averas county, C..1., yie 1, le.1 last L-Heese, which increases the transit and
, " . Vi retention of the foro gn product in Can
u i it i wnit 12:i IK ) ninra I. nin t ip nwiif-rn . , . P . w
ada without payment of duty,
At no time since the war have customs
receipts been so low as now. Tho matter
is causing hecretarv Carlisle a good deal
ol worry. In tbo Treasury last week
Chris Kvaiis, the Visalia outlaw, is
satislieil that he will bo acquitted by
the courts, and complacently remarked:
li it I an; not so looiisn as to suppose t10 (.as, batitiico was reduced to 1105,
mat i am to nave a wa.sover ot it." m m in,UBive o eold n ' . '
It is reported at San Diego that the $10,000,000 abrased and uncurrent and
racinc isuiik lias disposed oi its controll- subsidiarv coin. What is eft of the d.
ing interest in the San Diego street rail- pleting gold reserve continues to be the
way io tne company mat nas oeen ex- only casli balance in the Treasury with
perimeiumg Willi tne storage-Dattery winch to puv current expenses, there-
electric cars in Sun r i uiicisco. ceipts are now running about $170,000
luuratu of wages for nicking nusm per iay ueiniid the expenditures. For
grapes in Sun Diego has been tixed at the first time the import duties have fal-
$1.35 pirr day and 2 cents per tray for len below the internal revenue receipts,
extrfr'work, with liourd at 50 cnts. For the liscal year from July 1 to the
-PR. have been developed for placing present time tbo government expendi-
tbe whole output in the liunds of one tures nave exceeded tne receipts by 1!,
coinimnv. 000,000. At this rate the delicit at the
The Montana Wool Orowers' Assoeia- eilfl of the year will be very large.
tion in session at Great Falls has passed The vigorous protest entered by the
lesouiuoiiH io seuii delegates io me rsa- "--- riwn kuhtiiiiiuiii. ugauisi tne
tional ('ouvention at Cliicaeo and to cut outrage to Miss Milton, an American
down the wages of employes in vio w of missionary, in the Turkish province of
tho present depreciated value ot tboir iosui nas oorne inut that will insure
property. Io some extent in future the safety of
('m.manuVr Henrv flls. Unite,l k'":l!it!ftn missionaries in Turkey. The
Slates navv, Captain of the vard at Mare .Unit? tes made a demand for a rigid
Island, has received orders'from Wash- "'veHtigation of the outrago am punisli
ington to appear before the Board of "lel,t1 of tl10, Puty J'11'1.1 This, do
Naval Fxiiminers for examination for !""nd was met by tlio Turkish authorities
promotion to the crude of Lieutenant I minnier entirely saiisiactory to tins
government. Hereafter the Vizier of
Mosul will give a Vizieral letter to mis
sionaries, recommending tbo bearer to
the protection of tho authorities, and a
military escort will be furnished all mis
sionaries who desire it. Furthermore,
the. Vizier has sent an officer and troops
to the scene of the outrage with instruc
tions to investigate and make a report ;
but, owing to the remote situation of the
place, no report lias vet been niado.
The difficulty of guarding eflectually
the vast frontier of the United States on
the North and South has been frequently
made apparent. Chinese come in from
Mexico and Canada; alien contract la
In boring a well for Mr. Bcggs near
Turner, Or., not long ago S. Annett of
Uosedale struck a lir tree thirty-four feet
under ground. It was two feet through,
ami t he heart was sound, of alxmt the
size of a corncob and hail pitch in it.
Twenty-four feet below this were leaves,
brush and sticks.
By a decision of the Utah Supreme
Court in cases against the Mormon
Church the tiardo House property, the
church farm weHt of Salt Lake and tho
coal fields east of the city are allotted to
the government, while the tithing proper-
ly on Mmn street aim tne Historical oii ce ren, too, cross our frontiers, and now
revert to the Mormon Church. Hie it is discovered the aboriginal American
property thus esc lies ted by he govern- , en , , M, vigilanoo of
inent is worth about f6W,0O, and will Undeb Haln.8 fiUHtom88 offlce A ,.a8e
m. muuii i uiiTgo u. uy a was uroUtf it to the attfint.inn nf A mint.
The report of Dr. Johnson on the re- ant Secretary Hamlin the other day. An
suit of the chemical analysis of the vis- Indian was reported as having crossed
ccra removed from the body of John from Canada with $2,000 worth of Indian
Martin at Weaverville, Cal., is to the ef- goods in his possession. By law the In
fect that "arsenic was not a factor in dians in their migrations on the North
causing death." The Coroner's jury was em border go to and return from Canada
not satisfied with the report, and gave at will, and are allowed to carry their
(ho following peculiar verdict: "That "eltects" with them duty free. The
the cause was in our opinion not occa- Indian, it is asserted by the special agent
sioned from natural causes, and there- reporting the case, has evidently learned
fore we are unable to determine and "some tricks" from his pale-faced neigh-
froin t fie evidence find the cause of his bors, and is bringing into this country as
death." The Coroner deems the . report his personal "effects " goods subject to
of the doctor incomplete, and is not sat- duty. In this case the Indian swore that
isfied with it. the goods were his, but it is learned that
The Oregon (Mo.) Democrat says: ne is a runner lor a Canadian man ufact
" Visitors to the World's Fair are dis- nrer, and that they are sold to Indians
posed to speak enthusiastically of the 'n the United States on the Northern
ovliiliitiim imiiln hv the vounir anil risinu border without navins the dutv the law
State of Oregon, 'notwithstanding the require. An investigation of the mat-
small sum of money her managers had ter nas oeen ordere j
at their dispensation. ' If Missouri had A great manv bills have been filed in
used her appropriation as judiciously, the House. A great majority are bilis
what a showing we could have made,' that have already found a place on the
is a common remarx. rtu we oi mis calendars ol the previous Congress, such
corner are not jeaious oi uie glorious as on is to repeal tne federal election
region from which our county-seat drew law ; to repay to States the cotton tax ;
its name on account oi tne oiu-ume in- toestapiisn a uniform system ot bank
tiinacies between our pioneers and emi- ruptcy: to increase the facilities for
grants and visitors to and from the Mis- prosecuting war claims of various kinds.
" sonri river anil Willamette country. In The original bills chiefly grow out of the
'3!l and theearlv'40sourpointwagreat existing financial conditions. Several
place for the pioneers to rest and eet are to repeal the 10 per cent tax on State
their teams shod oxen mostly. How bank circulation ana two to establish an
many, w hose descendants are prominent income tax. One by Kicbardson (Dem.)
tieop'le of Oreuon State, rested here for a of Tennessee is radical in its provisions,
(irief space till 'grass was ready,' pre- He proposes a tax of 2 per cent on $3,-
paratorv to their long, weary tramp (XXI to $5,0u0,5 per cent on $5,000 to 110.-
across the plains, over the mountains 000,10 per cent on $10,000 to $20,000, 15
and plateaus to that then mvstic land, per cent on $20,000 to $:50,000, 20 percent
W liere roils tne V'irj;oii nu'i main uv vi, tw,-"- iu vw.uw, .jv yvr xiii oil J'JU,-
sound save its own dashinas" " 000 to $100,000, 40 per cent on all over
Representatives of Italian exhibitors $100.0(10. A national bank bill has been
at the Chicago Fair called on Director- prepared by Darter (Dem.) of Ohio, un
(ieneral de Young of the Midwinter Ex- der the provisions of which a national
position at San Francisco, and asked for bank may issue circulating bonds to se
15,0s) square feet of spare in the me- cure it, and the bonds now on deposit
ch'anical and fine arts buildine, which is with the Treasurer to secure circulation
more than it will lie possible to give may be withdrawn, the United States to
them in that structure. They mav agree take the first lien on the assets of any
to take 12,000 feet of space and have failed national bank to secure its guar
their exhibits divided between three of antec of the bank's circulation, and in
the buildings. It is the opinion of the case the assets are not sntticient to re
Dalian Commissioners that the foreign imbnrw thegovernmenttheComptroller
exhibitors at Chicago will all want s of the Currency is to make an sssess
larze amount of spa,, and they don't ment upon all the national banks of the
think the plans for the fair buildings are State in which the derelict bank is lo
on a sca'e large enongh. The Director- cated, divided pro rata according to the
leneral said that, if the financial rondi- capital and surplus, to make up the de
tion were somewhat better, hewonld en- iioiency. Besides the 75 per cent of the
large the buildinsr", bnt under the cir- circulation provided for as stated, the
enin-dani-es be did not think it would be banks may issue an amount equal to 50
prsctii-able. Space at the fair will be of percent of their capital and surplus to
two kimls within and oatide of the be known as emergency circulation, ge
buildin?s. The Hawaiian. Chinese and cured bv United States bonds, and to
Japanese hare lorated space oitide, and ' pav s tax of 8 per cent until retired,
will construct their own buildings. Re-1 Among the other bills introduced are:
ports from the interior are enrourairing. To provide for the admission of Arizona;
In several quarters active preparations to enable the people of New Mexico,
The fruit crop of Oklahoma this vnnr States, a total of 8,000.
is reported to exceed the production of Diamonds worth over $5,000,000 were
tho last four years. sold in one lot recently by tho Do Beers
i , . . I '. -r t r..: ... . .. i. ..
itansas nas issued an appeal for seed w"lm"f ouum nuic io a syndicate,
wneat or money to buy it lor farmers in
tho western part of tho State.
By irrigation 25.000.008 acres are made
fruitful in India alone. In F.gvpt there
. Itiissiun railway trains rarely go as
fast as twenty-two miles an hour.
The debts of the Into link,, ,.f ur.
('oblirg, (iiTliianv.ureeMliiiiiil,.il nt i7RO .
1)00. ' '
Bv the exertions of "P...,w,r.,l ii,.ti.
r-miiburgli is to open a shelter for
Count Tolstoi has just finished an In-
ouirv lulu uM-itil t,..Hu ...I.;.. i. :.. ... i...
I , f- , . .--.n.tn, niiu ii in w uv
published soon in English.
Cooks of all nations are to have a fair
and feast in Paris next vear, with prizes
(,.,- "mlll.n.. ..I I. 'l r
aiiiiiuin ui new uisnes.
Baron Kdinond de Rothschild's colony
n 1 alestine shows such promise of mi.-.
cess that he has purchased more land.
In Asiatic Turkev tlm
to be so bud Mint the
wheat for 100 miles would lie over $45.
Grasshopper soup, of which Stunlev
wrote as a Iiitiipv in it-i., i
experimented with in Paris with success.
All experimental shinnum! nf r.i..n
hay has lieen miulo from (ieelong, Aus
tralia, and consigned to a London linn.
local telegrams are now lieinw t rutin. .
mitk'd thro uil i
oi tne principal cities of Great Britain.
Ixuiilon contains oin-.i'iuUli nl Ci-..n(
Britain's tsmulation. It Imu lur
dailv delivery of letters than all Scotland.
The tallest tree on earth is perhaps
The total receipts of gold in Chicairo Rre a,K,llt .000,000 and in Europe aliout K!"" trt'0 (eucalyptus regnans), recently
irect from Europe are estimated to be 6.000,000. discovered in Australia. It is 415 feet
slightly in excess of $8,000,000,
Chicago is convinced that it " needs "
a now $4,000,000 Federal building. New
xork "needs" a new postoihee.
Angered citizens on the Rio Grande
border, Texas, have been rounding up
inbiic-MiicveB. riuy were caugnt,
ine iMiiisiis tioard ot iieallli is ar
ranging for a thorough investigation of
the sanitary condition of the State.
Tho big storm nearlv exterminated Hip
grasshoppers which have been niiiltimr
Bitch ravages on crops and vegetables in persons,
mudiciii new lum.
The United States has iust facuun the
work of improviuir tho waste area, and
nas already aoout 4,uut),uoo acres of ir
In Great Britain the actual number of
persons engaged in agriculture is 2.501.'
000; in manufacture, 5.180.000: in conv
Of tho thousands upon thousands of mirerof England
women who ueposil in tne 1' u iu e In na 1 lie jiiu nn Pull Mull Ti,l,...i n.
i i. . - , , ' ., , - """K" mo
suviuga uiuiKo more man nan aro uoaru- otner day announced that the vacht
ing-liouse keeiiers. Navahoe was " named after one of the
me suioous oi uiucagp employ Z4,uuo American States."
mere are over o.wto ol tliein, ,crr Krm)I, ,,, ,.,,
progress of ar-
A meeting of tho Latin Union Ir In he
called to decide the question of the na-
uoiittiizaiion ot tractional silver. currency.
The Killiz of Siaill is almut 42 venra nf
ago, and received his early education
mini an r.ngiiBii lauy. no is a great ad-
e tern . notwithstanding that 2,000 have lately s eparuurLr an
The Louisville and Nashv 1 b trnnbb.. snne out nf niumi. ' mllKtr. '8 preparing lor an
have been temnorurilv henln.1. Tl, , -iv ....... , , . ., . . r.Hen' Verm."n.v. ' the p
. . ' . ....... iu iiiuko i.uuvvuoic ieet oi I l inimat- tlllerv sinen 1W 4
wors at a reduction of 10 per cent n in. . .i.j.i i. 1 . ..:. n
wams until tWomlu., f ' ' " "V
i cents, anu iour irunnns ni niitiiitiui
rresiuent 1 aimer ol t in w or d'n hmr mi? 12 centH. urn rpntiinul
directory says tins is no time for sub- Tho lamest irold minueta foniul in Ann.
sc. ptlons tor the Duke of Vemgua, and tnhWm
.....B , ucc.i uu,ie to neip nun. . and the "Stranger," 2,280 ounces, valued
It is estimated that the total daniace respectively at A'S.SRO mul rn Jivi
to the oyster beds of New Haven Harbor ti. ....i . n ... , ., .
andfHtr fln,l Snnnd ...UQ.I K : l" I "? ' 'V"C i V U,U . P."1"1" eU.""1
recent Wn . n t-to'M snnrsT SS'iS? ? to. m " 5'
T. . , , t-,-ifuo.uw, anu tne vuiue ol the silver
it is reported Hint a neu'snanpr m fn inineil ilnrintp m u,.u ii;
k :i..i i.. w -,:.- ;t- ."' . ""'v rv
i; cnuiiilisucil III jjCWiaiOU, 1UC., IO Bd- lU,"Oi,UUU,
vocato uinadian independence. The
town is full of French Canadian
The remarkable claim is madn bv tlm
Jcssup (Ga.) Sentinel that there has not
oeen a death m that town since last Hen-
the first appearance of peanuts in
mercantile history was a consignment nf
ten bags sent from Virginia to New York
for sale in 171)4. In 1802 the product
I, HAll ,., 1 , . , 1
Russian women and Japanese men are
tember. The town has a population of said to excel all tho other world's work
During tbo six weeks ending Ainmst
27 over 30,000,000 bushels of wheat were
exported to Europe. In the sumo time
last year less thun 20,000,000 bushels
The demand fur currency has brouirhf
out the old fractional scrip, government
aim otner, issued during tne war, which
have for years been in collections or have
The Eastern and Western coal sales
agents at New York have decided that
the September output shall be 3,000,000
tons instead of 2.750.000 tons as nrevi-
, . ,
era with tho needle bv those who have
closely studied the embroidery exhibits
in dillorent buildings at the World's Fair.
Ex-Sonator Allen has resumed his law
practice at Seattle.
Rev. Samuel P,
It is -snid that President Carnot nf
France is suffering from a cancerous af
fection of tho liver, which will rennirn n
4!.io'. fLr.'OiiWiat ion aoon.
Some London music-hall shares. Intel v
sold, show that business is good. The
Tivoli sells at nearly 200, the Pavilion at
l-'S- and tne Umpire at 350.
Customs frauds in the importation of
ceivuiB nave neen discovered in France,
whereby the government has been de
frauded out of large sums in duties.
Drummers are to lie attached to the
Paris police. hen riots are appre
hended the beatinir of the police drum
will be equivalent to reading the riot act.
Dueling in Russia has become so com
mon that the government has been com
polled to decree a severe code of punish
ment. Killing an antagonist will cost
six years m prison.
It is estimated that about 250,000 ca
nary birds are raised every year in Ger
many. The most important market is
the United States, which imports aliout
i"U,uuu pirns per annum.
Sam P. Jones, tho Georgia evnnvelish. is
still living, and has just celebrated his
ooui uiruuiay at uartersvillo.
iem r-tevenson. wno hns luwn a ,-iiii
clown for twenty years, has taken the
queerest somersault of bis career, lie
Chicaeo dav at the World's Fair u-ill "as landed in the Salvation Annv.
be October I), the anniversary of thegreat Baron von Schloezer, recently German
fire of 1871, Flairs, banners, streamers I KniliiiHuiiilnr IKoVuti,.,.,, ,.,i..., i
And liiinfinir will lm .liar,ln,A.l .......... I l.n .i:..l:i.A C V l.,-l'l. ,
where in the city.
The total valuation of Illinois property
Owing to a disagreement with their
Jones, grandfather of c,,"' . p n P" "'k.t"e
tian dairy village, are pouring their en
tire product into the river.
There is one place in France in which
gravestones and funeral epitaphs are
unknown. This is the village of Boreias
in the Maritime Alps. The dead are not
buried, hut are thrown into a bonehouso.
The recent riots in Paris cost the ttov-
tho dislike of Ennifirnr Willmm hemme eminent something, Troops to the iiiim-
oi his triendsliip for Bismarck, has about Mor 01 u,u"u were brought into the citv
.Inl.L.J A- .-1... I . , . .. ! U,H,..,..I.,... I ,
for taxation purposes isonly $7(ll,2;!0,(i81
counting in Chicairo. Watches are vul-
ued at an average of $2.02. while nil the
diamonds and jewelry in the State are
rateu at fO,&ij,
The Grant Locomotive Works at Chi
cago are about to resume business, and
will employ 1,200 men. The works have
a contract to build fifty-five locomotives
for the Burlington road at a cost ex
Delaware has a big peach crop ; it is
estimated that there will be 3,000,000
bushels of peaches. If these peaches
sell for 50 cents a basket, the sum of $1,
500,000 will go into the pockets of the
peacn orchard owners.
The Indiana State Board of Tax Com
missioners has finished its assessment.
and valuation of railroad property in
that State. The total assessed value of
tne roads is approximate v t lfiO.OOO.om
or f iou,uw less man last year.
A 68-foot steam yacht, called the Fei-
seen (Japanese for flying arrow) and
owned by W. B. Cogswell of Syracuse,
made a run in New York waters thenthor
aay at the rate of 31.0 miles an hour.
1, . !.... L I . , I
ironing uik reixini lor steam vesssels,
lloke Smith's broom has swept 000
pensioners from the government rolls of
me Liucago district. Itiedisbursements
by the pension auencv of that city n.
tenus practically inromm tne entire M s.
sissippi Valley. It pays out $12,000,000
yearly, mere are 4,000 pensioners on
At a meeting of the W. C. T. U. at
Bndgeton, H. J., Mrs. Townsend nraved
that God would paralyze the Excise
Board and remove it before it cranted
any more licenses. A week later Samuel
W. Wells, a member of the board, was
found in his otf'ue paralyzed, and death
ensued in a few hours.
A gold medal was found in the stom
ach of a Texas steer slaughtered at Chi
cago last week. The medal is in the
shape of s Maltese cross, and bears the
inscription, "Awarded to Mis Ida Work,
Ursnhne Academy, Dallas, Tex." Ar
mour A Co. have written to the convent
people, stating the medal is subject to
lecided to take up his abode in Berlin,
The Countess von Rooue of Rouen
France, the mother of Mrs. Florence
Mavbrick. has instituted suit in Kich-
uiond for the recovery of 2,000,000 acres
oi iunu in Virginia, and West Virginia,
which she claims were obtained from her
family through deception and fraud
The campaign for the woman sum-age
amendment to the constitution of Kan
sas has opened out there with Susan B,
Anthony. Helen M. GoiiL'ar. Murv K.
Lease and others on the stump. It looks
as if they would have things all their
own way so lar as the oratory is con
The late Editor Buck of the Spirit of
tne jimes was a. menu and exponent ot
honest sport, and his charming personal
qualities won for him troops ot friends
everywhere. Ho was a generous fellow
withal, as was shown by his having left
alxmt $50,000 in unpaid duo bills for
money lent by him to friends in distress
Admiral Ilumann, the commander-in-chief
of the French forces in Shun
whose name lias appeared so often in
print since the beginning of the trouble
Between t ranee and the Onen ta con n try.
is the grandson of Jean Georae llmnann
a rich merchant of Strasburcr. who was
Minister of 1-inance under the so-i-alli-,1
lliomitB A. Edison comes of a lime
lived stock. His father is still alive at
ron nuron. juich.. at the nun r.l nn
ins grandlather was 101 vpr l,l ...i
two of his aunts lived to be 08 and till re
spectively. Samuel Edison, the f.il,-
oi me inventor, looks forward to manv
more years of activity. He is very proud
of his famous son, who is known to the
lamily as "Al."
Ex-President Benjamin Harrimin'.
lectures at Stanford University have lieen
postponed until February, because. i
announced, be has other duties pressing
upon his attention in the East. They
will begin February 10, and the series
will run through till the mid-lie of March.
To most of them only the students will
be admitted, but a few, which will be on
A party of union and non-union paint
ers, while discuseing the mentu of their
position in the labor world at Chicago,
became angry and began fighting. The
police were called, and the combatants
ran. One of the men, Emil Schuitz, was
followed by a crowd shouting, "Stop
to strengthen the garrison, and their
maintenance there amounted to 115.000
As 337 persons, mostly old women,
were injured by bicycle collisions in
London last year, the city government
is considering a law to have the bicycle
riders duly numbered and licensed like
A vase, which has taken four years to
complete, nas just oeen sent to lndon
irom a Minion manutactorv. It is vul
ued at 1,500, and is considered the
handsomest thing of the kind thut has
ever Dcen made.
The census of foreigners resident
Franco shows a total of 1,130,211. The
Belgians are most numerous, and nex
to them stand the Italians. Since 1851
the number of American residents has
increased from 5,000 to 12,000,
" Bread and butter dances " are a late
form of entertainment designed by the
ladies oi oyuney, Australia. They are
given for a chanty, and in order thut
may benefit as much as possible the sim
plest refreshments aro served,
In Paris they first utilize rats to clean
tne nesn irom the Ixmes of carcasses
then kill the rats, use up the fur for
trimmings, the skin for gloves, their
thigh bones for tooth nicks and their ten
dons and bones for gelatin wrappers.
in us enorts at retrenchment and re
form the government of New South
Wales has already effected a reduction
in the expenditures for this vear of 7.-
w,uuu as compared with last year. Of-
ncial salaries have been rut all around.
F. P. Loomis. formerly United States
yonsui at ht. l-.tienne, says that from an
investigation be made he finds that
aliout 06,000 Americans of the better
class visit Europe every year, and that
tney spend about f 00.000.000 annua v
The Sultan of Turkey is irrt'pvinff oyer
thesndden death of twelve of the most
beautiful women in the imperial harem
at Constantinople, the result of blood-
poisoning following vaccination. One
i . - - . r
ruua, KKKD, ETC. .,
FbOBB-Standard. $3.25: Walla Walla.
$3.25; graham, $2.75; superfine, $2.60
Oath New white, 85:Me per bushel ;
new gray, 32333c ; rolled, in hagB, $0.25
(iiti.wj barrels, $o.oOW0.75; cases, $3.75.
Mii.uiTurrs Bran, $17.00; shorts,
$20.00; ground barley, $22(423; chop
iced, f is per ton ; whole feed, barley, 80
85c per cental; middlings, $23V28
per ton; chicken wheat, $1.101.25 per
Ha v Good, $10(312 per ton.
Buttkb Oreiron fancy creamery. 2n,3
2ti'$c; fancy dairy, 20(i22c; fair to
good, lfiffj 17,'-bC ; common, 14(i15c per
pound ; California, 35(3 44e per roll.
Ciikksk Oregon, Vie California,
13d14c; Young America, 15(iU0o per
Eoob 10c per dozen.
Poulthv Chickens, old, $4.60(ff5.00;
broilers, $.003.60: ducks, tt4.00rir0.00:
geese, $8.00 per dozen ; turkeys, live, 14c
per pounu ; dressed, none in the market.
VKOKTAHI.KS AND FHU1TS.
Vegetables Cabbage, lc per pound ;
potatoes, Oregon, 80f 6c per sack ; new
onions, l'ttc per pound; cucumliers, Ore
gon, ( 10c per dozen ; string beans, 5(8
7c per iiound ; tomatoes, 60tc76c per box :
green corn, 10(U2c per dozen; sweet
potatoes, ztzs per pound ; egg plant,
$1.50 per box j new California celery, 00c
Fkuits Sicily lomons, $G.00(10.50 per
box: California new crop, $5.60t0.00
per oox; tmnanas,$1.60(3.00 per bunch;
oranges, $3.00 per box ; pineapples, $0.00
per dozen; California apples, $1.25(1.50
per bushel; Oregon, 50t$75t;; peaches,
California, 75((t.85c per box; freestone, 00
rftOSc pel box; clingstone, 75(i80c per
box; Oregon peach plums, 40)0c per
box; Bradshaw plumH, 0O75c per
box; Bartlott pears, $1.25(41.60 per box;
blacklierries, 4(i5e per pound; water
melons, $2.00((i2.60 per dozen; canta
loupes, $1.25(31.50 per dozen; nutmeg
melons, $1.60 per box; huckleberries,
15c ier pound ; grapes, black and white,
85(Uil0c; Tokay, fl.00ral.15 per box;
nectarines, $1.25 per box; crab apples,
$1.25(b1.50 per box.
Dried Fruits Petite prunes, 10llc;
silver, ll12c; Italian, 13'nc; German,
lOiAllc; plums, 8(tfUc; evaporated ap
ples, 10(u)llc; evaporated apricots, 12$
16c; peaches, 10(ail2ac; pears, 7llc
Honey Choice comb, 18c per pound;
new Oregon, 10((f20c; extract, 9(il0c.
Salt Liverpool, 100s, $10.00; 60s,
f lo.oo ; biock, tn.miiiuM.ou.
CorrKB Costa Rica, 22c; Bio, 21c ;
saivauor, zi'sc; moctia, zniAM3(le; Java,
Zl4'; Arbnckle's aud Lyon,. WM-.
pound cases, 23.80c per pound'; Colum
bia, same, zj.hikv
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ABSOLUTELY PURE ,
FARM AND GARDEN.
Do Not Depend on the Stock to
Keep Down the-Weeds.
TIME IS MONEY TO THE FARMER.
DUALITY Oft THE MIND.
Good Fowls for Laying Oregon and
Washington Rlieep Some
Short Rows Etc.
A largo dry-goods box made tiidit on
top answers as well as a house for ban
tums. Provide slmdo and plenty of fresh wa
ter for fowls during the extremely hot
Collect eggs every day, for they soon
spoil if left in the nest during hot weath
er. Put them in a cool place.
The best thing you can do to insure
success witn your young stock is to fur
nish every head of it with a ood sin,.
Tliis advice is not so much like putting
tuu vui ii ueiorc riin iinrse as it ninv m-pm
In the care of our domestic animals
economy and humanity are svnonvmous
terms. Every brutal act, every 'harsh
word even aud every luck of proper care
will take something awavfrom the profit
Do not depend on the stock to linn
down the weeds. It is true that thev
may do something toward it, especially
if you have sheco. But this ia tlm iin.o
of the year when weeds go to seed, and
so do most damage, and you should keep
your eye on them.
Cattle-growing cannot be followed in
any haphazard way and bo made profit
able, fliero must be a definite purpose
in your plans, and breeding and feeding
must be such as will directly minister to
that end. Anything short of this Is
pretty sure to bring disaster.
Time is money to the farmer if it is tn
any man under the sun. Has it ever
occurred to you that a fast-walking team
would save you lots of it? In every op--eration
of the farm you would find them
of benefit, and when vou go to town
nun a iunu ui Kiuin tney would savo you
so much time that it would be equivalent
to a better price for your wl:-.
. An ttuonoiuiual umlhod for Imuuiing
part of the corn crop at least is to crib
it with the husk on. Then run ear and
Kics-lHland$4w5(a6.00;Japan, ; mk tliroi.pli a cutting machine, Hi:d
New Orleans, $4.50 per rental focd altogether. Tho corn U, U,..t.
Beans Small whites. 3!c: n nks. ,,,,,-u,. ,i.;.i u :.
of 1 m - 1 . ..1 ' ""wi uciviu ii- is uriooeu, jne
3?4c; bayos, 3'4c; butter, 4c; lima, 3'4'c husk will bo eaten better iu this manner
Sykup F'astcrn, In barrels, 4055c;
in half-barrels, 42(57c; in cases. 36ra
80c per gallon ; $2.25 per keg; California,
in barrels. 20$40u per mil Ion: fl.75 per
Suuar-D. 5Kc: Golden O. 5Vc: extra f WRetlier
muLi-u, u?guj euiw, cninueu and pow-
than in any other, and supplies the bulk
that is alwavs needed when much com
dercd, 7'c per pound: 14c per Pound
discount on all grades for prompt cash;
maple sugar, lorgiuc per pound.
Canned Goods Table fruits, assorted.
$1.75(82.00; peaches, fl.85($2.10; Bart
lett pears, $.75(02.00; plums, $1.37 f0
1.50; strawberries, $2.25(2.45: cherries.
$2.25dX2.40; blackberries, $1.85W2.00;
raspberries, $2.40: pineapples. $2.25r
z.u apricots, si.oiKaJZ.UU. ne Iruits.
When dressing broilers seo that the
skin is not torn. If this happens, sew
it togouier neatly and press 111 place with
me iiiiecrs. rick: oil nil t in ti n n
feathers and drop the carcasses in ice
waior in order to remove t in aiiinml
heat. Ihen hang in a cool place to drain,
wipe dry with a clean towel and nm-k in
a barrel or box with alternate layers of
ice, and do sure to ship them at once'.
If you give anv of the stock especial
care through tho winter, it should cer
tainly oe tne breeding onimals. We
know that a rood farmer will mivflml
ho treats all his stock alike, doing the
very best he ran for all. But perhaps
assorted, $1.20; peaclios, $1.25; plums, cpriaiii onartors are more comfortable
$1.00(1.20: blacklierries, $1.25ril.40 per tlmn. others. Then put the breeding
dozen. Pie fruits, gallons, assorted, 9'x.' there, for on their comfort and
fa.ioiifs.ou; peaches, f3.60rii4.00; aprl- "i'l' "men 01 tiiovaiueoi tne
cots, f3.50(!i;4.00; plums, f2.753.00; Prol-'t'n-v'
blacklierries, f4.254.50. hullicient variety is a most important
Meats Corned beef. Is, $1.50; 2s, item toward maitituinimr a oood anon.
$2.40; chipped, $2.554.00: lunch tito and good health. A man or an ani-
tongue, Is, $4; 2s, $0.75; deviled ham, mail will tire of any one food when cotn-
$1.75(s2.15 per dozen. polled to live on it exclusively for any
Fish Sardines, Ha, 75ca$2.25; t, length of time. Never get the idea that
$2.15(cS4.50; lobsters, $2.30(t3.50; sal- it is expensive to feed a varied ration,
mon, tin 1-lb tails, f 1.25(i$1.50: flats, for on the contrary it is l.)i moat n.
$1.76; 2-llis, f2.26(2.0U; -barrel, f6.50. mimical thing that you can do. It will
BAOS AND BACH1INO,
Burlaps, 8-ounce, 40-inch, net cash.
6c; burlaps, 10;-ounue, 40-inch, net
cash, O'ac; burlaps, 11-ounce, 45-inch,
bring aliout tne most ranid irain nt tin-
HOOD FOWLS FOR LAYING,
A noted writer on fowls says: "For
Tb Han WhoM Two Drains An Equal
Is the Napoleon of Life.
Duality of tho mind In its marked
character ia ever before us; there is
not a single work of imagination por
traying human character in which
the duality is not exemplified. Fio
tionist and poet live unon it and I
noticed recently that one of tho most
analytical and realistic writers of
fiction in Franco, and one of the most
popular, M. Guyot, recognizes not
only the art but the science of the
In describing one of his imaginary
characters, or more probably a real
charactor transformed from the or
dinary daily life into his pages under
a false namo, ho explains duality on
the same principle thatWigan did
long before him. He is dealing with
a mnn who has two brains brains
which are not of the same mold, and
therefore not of the same action
and he writes his character from this
standpoint with all the vigor of a
master in literature and the precision
of a man of science.
Wigan was of opinion that no single
person lias the two brains exactly bal
anced. He considered the most power
ful mind was that in which the two
brains, both being healthy, were near-
believed that that was also a cood
condition in which one brain took the
leading part, and in which the other
brain, in accord with the stronger,
lent the stronger its assistance. A
mind sustained in this manner was
strong for endurance and one that
was able to undertake, with certainty
of successful work, the most difficult
and hazardous labors. The minds of
mon like Cromwell, Washington,
Wellington, Franklin, would be of
this last named cast, while tho minds
of the giants oWntellect, of Napoleon,
Newton, Columbus, would be con
structed on two brains of equal pow
er, both in unison in their capacity
and will for action.
In common life the two brains act
together with ftiiuicioiit unity to
tnofwtpjn tl:c nh..1 ir! n fairly ul-
u.?uta'.. ULti jiwr. v inva lira inmr.iHwj -
in which the divergence is so consid
erable that balance is broken, and
uituuiuvik - "in, o cuu mammy.
Wigan sums-up the argument in a
very clear manner. He says: "I
think it may be assumed without
risk of contradiction that the fact of
each brain being perfect and a com
plete instrument of thought is abun
duntly proved. That each, while in
health, corresponds in action with its
fellow is obvious from the fact that
this unison and correspondence give
only one result, as in the case of
two eyes producing eiucrlo vision:
that when from anv causa ono
brain is disordered a discro:wncv in
the two processes of thinking takes
place; that the healthy brain (aid
ed by the action of such of the organs
of its fellow as are not affected by
the disorder which disturbs the oth
ers) can in nearly 090 cases in 1,000,
according to the usual proportion in
this country, control all manifesta
tions of morbid emotion or judg
ment, but that the thousandth case
is the madman."
Tho balance Is sufficiently nre-
served on the grand scale to prevent
tne intrusion into the world of an
excess of insanity. At the same time
there is a wnlo range of diversion.
short of obvious destruction of bal
ance. Heredity here plavs a leadinor
part. Dr. Richardson in Asclepiad.
some popular subjects, will tie open to hundred and sixty-seven wives survived
the general public
Thomas A. Edison lias been ex Dress
ing himself vigorously to a Chicago re
porter against the patent system of the
United States, which, he says, deprie
the real inventor of any chance to bene
fit by his inventions. The patent law,
he says, is all riidit and the intention of
I the government to aid inventors sincere,
dui tne dimcuitv lief in the United
States Circuit Courts and their method
a similar operation.
The Prefecture of Police in France has
established a service of identity in order
to identify released convicts. Since 1H08
there have been 1,500 sentences recorded
against men named fnis Letevre in that
country, by w hich innumerable innocent
Louis Lefevres have been brought into
The London Times makes the predic
tion that Great Britain will reouire at
thief," and the farther he ran the greater
became the crowd which followed. He
was cornered, and the crowd pelted him
with stones. He fired at the mnk wr.
" uiiij j L iu. Arizona anu .kuiiiuiiib vi io rri uuice, im woman nan a iocB - again si tne alleged pirates, who should as much as it usually does, and it notes
... ..-. -i-H.i.r..- rviwiuuiiun ami irniii-ni aim . """V mm, oe compeiie.1 to provs that the patent is the fact that Germany has a rea v Wnn
ti.uu for collecting material. I ) ttH inin !. 1 n l.n.l kiukl him I ..if.l 1 ... . ' "Ts""
of prfjeedure. He alvwates a change so . least 28,000,0(10 quarters of wheat from
Uiat inventors who charge infringement abroad this year. France, it adds, will
should have a preliminary injunction be compelled to import more than tic
U,c burlaps, 10-oiince. 00-inch. 11c: lavinir hens select
burlaps, Ill-ounce, 70-inch, 14c; wheat birds of the Leuhorn varieties, with
bags, Calcutta, 22x30, spot, 8c; large, square bodies, without regard to
2-bushel oat bags, 70 ; No. 1 second- lino points, such as pure white, flat ear
iiuiiu uks, u; vuieuutt nop cioiu, z-t- lopes, or very yellow legs, or combs with
jiiBt five points, or plumage that is pe
fectly white in the white variety,
Tin I. C. charcoal, 14x20, prime qual- without a white speck in the brown.' It
ity, f8.50(t9.00 per box ; for crosses, $2
extra per box; I. C. coke plates. 14x20.
prime quality, $7.50(28.00 per box; terne
plate, l. U., prune quality, $O.5O(ft7.00.
Nails Base quotations: Iron, $2.25;
meet, f.oo; wire, fi.ou per Keg.
Steel Per pound, 10c.
Lead Per pound. 4Kc: bar, 6'c.
i.,Uy.nr.r, , -.in , .iiu u.w per ltcrrunean, ami tnev have been mi
hale; resin f4.805.()0 per 480 pounds; proved in this country by circumstances
ui,uuji.iiui,iileL,j, iiioium, f.-pi-r imr- mat nave given them a pre-eminent po-
.. . , , t" ii 'mici , wujwimiio u-a; sition lor tne lanner, wuen Pirns such
per pillion in car loig. as are above recommended are selected,
iron liar, per pound ; pig-iron, Other breeds or crosses from them are
is not that these points are anv ib-lri
ment to the health and vigor of the
Dims, put mat a constitution has been
too often sacrificed to them, which often
results in a strain of enfeebled though
nunusome iowis. l lie au horns are ac
climated American breeds, which origi
nateu irom pirns Prought from the Med-
$2325 per ton.
LIVE AND DRESSED MEAT.
BEKr Prime steers, $2.50rrf2.75; fair
to good steers, $2.00r2.50,- gixxl to choice
cows, $1.60(2.00; dressed beef, $3.50
Mutton Choice mutton. $2.00(92.50:
dressoil, $4.004.50; lambs, $2.002.50;
dresseil, $0.00; shearlings, 2aK, live
much better than the Leghorns or anv
of the smaller breeds, t hickens that
are the result of a Dorking rock and
and Brahma hens are large and mature
much earlier than the other. Moreover,
they are hardy, fleshy, tender and line-
flavored. Houdans in place of Dorkings
are also good to cross on lirahmas or to
breed with the first-mentioned cross, as
t lie v keen tin size andonulitv. 1'lvnwuiil,
Kocks are also a good table fowl, and are
ii m ..: i r An , . r. en. . I xvockh an
,nm ainiMRnri. ifJi.V .o.i i'i good to cross with the above,"
$4.50ri5.00; dressed, $7.00.
Eahtxbm Smoked Meat and Labd
Hams, medium, uncovered, 15ftl0c per
ponnd; covereil, 14's(al5c; breakfast
bacon, uncovered, 10rtl7c; covered, 15!-
fil(l'(,c; short clear sides, 13(il4c: drv
salt sides, 11 to 12 1 ac ; lard, compound,
i and knocked him down.
I not valid.
i to iis on Anierita for supplies.'
OBKOOM AND WAHHIMITON HIIKKP.
An Oreiron correspondent urileu-
Sheen-raising on the ranges of Oregon
and Washington is an industry of con
siderable magnituile. There are, it is
saiil, 2,000,000 sheep in Oregon alone,
and F.astern Washington ranges are
heavy producers. In the latter nnrtion
of May each vear irreat droves, reaehinv
in tins, ldc per pound ; pure, in tins, 13 aoout iuu,issi, are started from these two
14cj Oregon lard, H,!tlc. States for Montana and Nebraska, the
largest anu nnest being shipped from the
former State to Chicago and others go
ing to eorasKS to pe corn-leu it taxes
live months to make this journey; hut.
as the grass is generally abundant, the
stock arrives at its destination in good
condition. The fact that last season
practically all the wethers were driven
off the ranges accounts for higher prices
and scarcity of mutton in the Northwest
this year. The loss last winter to herds
was very light, nearly 25 per cent less
than usual, and sheep are all in rood
condition. Sheep on these ranges are
said to be the finest raied in the world,
yearlings averaging well with two-vear-
olds in other portions of the coUL-trv.
Shearing is now in progress, the crop
bring shipped Ka.it aluemt entirely.
A llli Cheek.
The two men were at a hotel table.
"That's a pretty girl over there,"
said the first.
"That one with the big check In
"She must be rich," was the next
answer, and the second man stupidly
wondered what relevancy the re
mark bore until an hour or so later
he began to comprehend the relation
between riches and big check. De
troit Free Press.
lloli- In the Drinking Cup.
Every tin cup in the police stations
of this city now lias a holo punched
in its bottom, llie police commis
sioners wondered at the disappear
ance or so many cups some time ago
and caused an investigation to be
made. 'I his showed that the police
men were in the habit or carrying
cups of water to their sleeping rooms
to quench their thirst during the
night. In this way the cups were
mislaid and never returned to their
proper places. Many remedies were
suggested, but without avail. Tho
cups were tied by chains and strings,
but tney continued to disappear. At
last an ingenious member of the de
partment suggested punching a hole
in the bottom of every cup. Then it
would be impossible for them to hold
water any length of time. The in
ventor did not secure a patent, and
in all the station houses his plan has
been adopted. New York Tunes.
How Westerners Regard tbe tut.
One very noticeable peculiarity of
the people of Colorado is their habit
of sjieaking of the east as "home."
"At home in the east we call that
Virginia crcoi-er," 6aid one. "I go
home to New York every few
months, "said another. "We long to
go back east to our homes, but when
we get there the climate does not
afcree with us, and we hurry back to
Colorado. a Thus was revealed the
peculiar tenure the place has upon
thousands of its citizens. Julian
Ralph in Harper's.
The HeaTene Sees From the Sea.
Every one who has been much at
sei knews something of the peculiar i
splendor of the heavens wnen beheld.
from the deck of a ship. Celestial
phenomena seem to possess an un
usual hxpressiveness when viewed
under such circumstances. The clear
ness of the air in fair weather and
the flatness and distance of the hori
ron tend to heighten this effect A
similar Impression w noticed upon
the broad, grassy plains of Texas.
Youth". Companion, . ,