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STORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT
THE MAIL SERVICE.
Crod Methods of Karl Ages Biblical
Refereuora to tha Poet Beginning of
What llu Eecora no Almost Perfect
nd Cheap System.
It seems almost lucrcdiblo, in vlow of
the Wonderful lubyriuth of postal rontcf
all over tho world today, that there eyer
could havo been a time whon there wore
no poHtoflkos, no lottor carrier, no mail
fociliticH ut alL
Bat, of corn-He, there had to be lome
nicuns of communication even in the
curliest ages, though these were confined
for centuries to emperors and kings and
other great rulers. The emperors of
Egypt, of Persia, of Assyria and of
Rome hold many lesser kings and satraps
as their vawials. With these it was nec
essary to communicate with certainty
and regularity, and therefore couriers
were employed fo carry dispatches and
reports to and from the more distant
Of course no ono man or one hone
could truverse the whole route, so sta
tions wero established along the roads
at certain intervals, where couriers were
always iu readiness to relieve weary
brothers, and carry on tho dispatches
with uniform speed. These stations
were called "posts," from the Latin
word positum fixed or placed whence
comes tho namo of our modern postal
In tho Old Testament are frequent
references to the posts. Iu II Chronioles
you will find, "So the posts went with
the letters," and "So the posts passed
from city to city. " In Esther also and
in Job and Jeremiah you will find other
allusions to tho posts. But they were
never for tho usoof tho common people.
Tho Roman Emperor Augustus was
the first to establish a system of posts
suggestivo of tho present system. You
have heard tho saying, "All roads lead
toKomo." This was the origin of it
From liomo as a center post roads were
built, called "royul highways, " extend
ing all over Europe. After the decline
of tho Roman cmpiro these post roads
wero abandoned by degrees, and during
tho dark nges they almost entirely dis
Iu tho thirteenth and fourteenth ecu
turies, however, their need began to be
so strongly felt that posts between dif
ferent parts of tho samo country wore
established, and soon thesowcro extend
ed into other countries. Those posts
wero carried first by foot runners and
then a littlo later by men on horseback.
It was not long, though, before the
post privilege was extended, and it was
found impossible for horseback riders to
carry the increasing mail, so wheeled
conveyances wero provided, and the
next step was for these conveyances to
carry passengers us well ns the maiL
And thus from tho post was evolved
tho mail coach. What this meant to our
hitherto shut in ancestors it is hard for
as of tho present day to rcalizo even
faintly. But it is safe to say that the
evolution of the public post and the
mail coach did more than any other one
thing to hasten civilization.
Iu tho reign of the Emperor Freder
ick III, Francis von Laxis, whose grand
father is said to havo established u post
al servico across tho Tyrol and Styria,
entered tho servico of tho housoof Haps-
burg and became the founder of the
modem postal . system. Through Vou
Laxis tho emperor established regular
posts throughout his kingdom lietween
tho years 1410 and 1403, and at tho bo
ginning of tho sixteenth century tho
Austrian post becamo tho international
post of tho Hapsburg dynasty.
In Fruuco tho University of Paris or
ganized a postal servico in tho thirteenth
century which flourished until 1719. In
some parts of Europo thero were brother
hoods and incrcuntilo guilds which es
tablished posts and postoflloes subject
to the government
In England, in 1053, Rowland Hill
storied a privato post, but Cromwell's
heavy hand camo down on tho enter
prise, and tho men who carried tho let
ters wero trampled down and killed by
his soldiers. Later on Mr. Hill camo to
tho front again, instituted many re
forms iu tho service, and at lust guve to
England ureal and effective postal serv
ico. Louis XI of Franco founded a posVil
system in HIM, which was greatly im
proved by Charles IX in 15G5.
But it wrm not alono tho Christian
nations that felt tho need of a postal
rvico. When tho Spaniards invaded
South America, thy found a regular
system of posts in operation, so that the
news of their lundiug was carried to the
inca with incmliblo swiftness, the post
men being runners, who carried around
their waists knotted cords, a code of sig
nals or sign writing.
Coming down to our own country,
mpposo we take a peep ut tho muil
methods in vogue, iu its earlier days.
Let ns tako lis a typo tho postal service
between Boston and New York, whore,
.u 17(52, a post was established "to goe
monthly. " Post riders, starting at the
lame hour from each end of the route,
rarried tho mails. Leaving on Monday
morning, they met and exchanged bags
it Say brook. Conn., on tho following
Saturday. Then each man returned to
his starting point which, of course,
rook nearly another week.
It was Benjamin Franklin that, in
1775, suggested tho plan for a postal
wrvico on which our present system is
founded. Iu the early days of this sys
tem rates wero charged that seem out
rngeous to us of tho present day be
tween Boston and Isow lork, lS1
?euts, and 23 couts for points beyond
Of courso this led to swindling the gov
rumeut and tho smuggling of letters,
frivato parties carried mail evcivtly at
iower rates, and in 1S3!) llamden'a ex
press entered tho field, carrying letters
rouceuled iu bundles and other packages
at less than legal rates.
But as soon as the government low
rod its charges all tlieoe smugglers
dropped out of the race. There was no
aouey in it then. 'Philadelphia Times.
RUf I KlseU'S BILLIARD BALL
Thaw w,r I'MT r CollalaM aa
War Xat-ar IifMi
"How does it oome that you havered,
white and blue billiard follaT' asked
the whip salesman of Rofe Eiscle, who
keeps the Brant House at Sloop Creek.
'"Tii kinder extraordinary, ain't it?"
aid Rufe, "But somehow or another
extraordinary things happen down here.
You wouldn't believe it if I told yon
that I had them balls afore I bad the
table. I bought the table for 40 from
Bart Greenleaf, and he won it at a raffle
up to Asbury. That table's wuth plum
$250, and the balls is just a gift of na
turecome by a special act of Provi
dence, you might say. You never see
balls just like them before. They ain't
ivory, and they ain't celluloid. If they
was celluloid, they wouldn't be here
now. They ain't this patent putty com
position that they make cheap pool balls
of either. Juat what they are I ain't
prepared to say, and I 'spect that the
nature of the material these were made
from is changed from what it was at
"I'll tell you how I come by 'em, and
you'll learn what extraordinary things
can happen down hereaway. A year
ago the 18th of June there was a party
of Brooklyn follows down here, and
they set ont for a good time. They
fetched cards and chips with them and
'lowed to play poker until 4 o'clock in
the morning and then go fishing. I tot
up with them and took a hand in the
game. We were setting at that round
table, and it was pushed over in the cor
ner between them windows. 'Long
about 19 o'clock I was mixing drinks
for the crowd, when I heard thunder and
mutterin and see flashes of lightning.
I told them follows they'd better move
away from the windows, but they
laughed at me.
"One fellow had been winning right
straight along. He had a big pile of
chips in front of him, and they was in
hiii way. So he began stacking them up
according to color and laid 25 of each
kind in stacks side by side on the win
dow sill. Meanwhile the storm broke
and the lightning played hob around
the house. The party got kinder soared
and jumped up promptly when I pro
posed to all to go to the bar and have a
drink. I was just sotting out the glasses
when there was a swish of lightning
that turned the whole air blua I didn't
hear any thunder, but I see big balls of
fire dancing round the room, and one
of them hit me right on the breast and
knocked me down behind the bar. Ev
ery man in the room was hit plumb in
the gizzard with a ball of fire and
knocked flat I don't know how long it
was before we all come to and took our
drinks, but I do know that the storm
had passed. I looked ronnd and was
surprised to find that nothing had been
hurt After the fellows all took their
drinks they wanted to play poker again
and started for the table. There tho fel
low that had won most of the chips put
up a holler about them. He said some
body had got 'em.
"I didn't b'lieve that possible, and I
told him that the lightning had prob
ably knocked thorn often the window
silL Then be looked on the floor under
the table and said, 'I don't see noohips,
but here's a billiard ball, ' and he picked
up a red balL Now I never had a bil
liard ball in my house before, and I
thought that he was playing a trick on
me until ono of the other fellows moved
his feet and rolled a white ball out on
the floor. I pioked it up and found it
was hot A minute later Ike Hioks gave
a whoop and held up a blue billiard
ball, saying it was the first he ever seen
in lus life. Then it come to us all at
once that the lightning had struck them
poker chips and molted 'em into solid
balls. P'raps they ain't quite as regular
as some, but they answer all our pur
poses," New York Sun.
ART AMONG THE ESKIMOS.
Clarcr Carvers In Ivory and Soma Who
We did much entertaining, as we
wero continually visited by different
members of the tribe of 200 or more.
They were content to sit and share the
warmth and shelter of our house and
gaze on the curious things it contained.
They would turn the pages of a maga
zine by the hour, and, holding the book
upsido down, usk questions about pic
tures. What particularly pleased them
was anything in tho shape of gun, knifo
or ammunition. Of eating they never
tired. The amount of food they con
sumed was astonishing, and they par
ticularly reveled in our coffee, biscuit
and peimnican. This love was mani
fested by a little ditty that they sang
quite of ton:
The women are very clever with the
needle, uud as most of ns bad adopted
the Innuit boot of sealskin which re
quired frequent mending, they were al
ways in demand. Iu mechanical inge
nuity they are remarkable. Both men
and women are carvers in ivory, and
the tiny figurcs human as well as ani
mal that they fashion in this material,
although somewhat crude, show no
mean ability. This skill is also to be re
marked iu regard to tho use of the pen
cil. Ouo of them, As-sey-e-yeh, drew
from memory a steamer in perspective,
with the reflections iu the water, and
that, too, iu a suggestive and artistic
way. Frank Wilbert Stokes in Century.
In the Cornmeal Agra
Mrs. Claude Wright How do you
like those biscuits, dear?
Mr. Claude Wright A triflo heavy,
love. But, then, you are somewhat out
Mrs. Claude Wright If you'll be
lieve mo, pot, I haven't made a mess of
biscuits before since my first reiucania
tion, 6,000 years uga Buffalo Times.
' The height of ability consists in a
thorough knowledge of the real value of
things and of the genius of the age we '
livo in. Rochefoucauld.
The PrinccM of Wales baa an annual i
allowance of .10,000 fir pin meaty.
VOTE OF OREGON.
Following is the popular vote of the state on Tuesday, November 2d, 1800,
by counties with the pluralities for Bryan and McKinley. In the first three
columns is the vote of 18)2. Bid well, the prohibition candidate then, received
2281 votes, and Fierce, who was endorsed by both democrats and populists, re
ceived 85,813 votes and was elected :
Of Clackamas County.Rtate of Oregon, showing the amount and number ot claims allowed
by the County Court of said County, lor what allowed, amount of warrants drawn,
and amount of warrants outstanding and unpaid, from the first day of
April, 1898, to the 39th day of September, 1890, both Inclusive.
ON WHAT ACCOUNT
Road and bridge
Criminal account Circuit Court.
" " Justice ' .
Court house and Inll
Clork'a salary and help
HherlfT'a salary, help and board of prisoners.,
Kecorder'a salary and heln
County Commissioners .... .
County Coroner Expense
RHlllfla Circuit Court
Reporter circuit Court
Jury circuit Court
Ilountv on wild animals
Money refunded on taxes
Indigent Soldier fund ...
Boys and Girls Aid Society
Reform School account
Ciiarman va. Clackamas County.
Contingent fund .
Teachers' Examination ,
Attorney fee ..
Total amount clalma
Outstanding unpaid County warrants on the
CBbiiuubeu luujrvab avurutu Mioieuil., ...... ....
Total amount of unpaid County warrants with
STATE OF OREGON,
County of Clackamas,
I, Elmer Dixon, County Clerk of the
hereby certify thai the foregoing Is a true and
ol claims allowed by the County Court of said county for the six months ending on thesOtli
day of September, 1890, on what account the same were allowed, and the amount of warrants
drawn, and the amount of warrants outstanding and unpaid us tho same appear upon the
records of my office and In my official custody.
Witness my hand and the seal ot the County Court ot said County this 20lh
day or October, A. D. 1896.
ELMER DIXON, County Clerk.
SEMI-ANNUAL SUMMARY STATEMENT.
Of the Financial Condition of the County of Clackamas, In the State of Oregon, on the 30th
day of September, A. D. ism.
To warrants drawn on the County Treasurer, and
To estimated amount of interest accrued thereon
By funds In hands ot County Treasurer spplicable to payment of Co. warrants.,
liy funds In hands of County Sheriff applicable to payment of County warrants
ny esLiuiHieu ununiu curreui uixea applicable to payment or Lo. warrants. 1S95
lly uncollected Tax Liens lsiH
" " " " 1893 '. ..
' ' ' 1811-J , .
" " " 1891 and prior no' report "
Total Resources, exclusive or County property.
Total Indebtedness of County
Met Indebtedness.. ,
SHERIFF'S SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT.
Or the amount of money and warrants received for taxes and money paid to the County
Treasurer by the sheriff or Claikama County, Oregon, for the six months
ending September 30, A. I). 1896.
To Hint, ree'd In coin and currency $124,829 44
To aint. rie'd In county warrants.. i:,02l 79
Total ii $137,751 23
STATE OF OREOON, )
County of Clarkiimas,)
I., O. W. Grnce, Sheriff of said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing state
ment Is correct and true. Vltneas my hand this 27lh day of October, A. D. 1898.
Q. M'. GRACE, Sheriff of Clackamas County.
By J W. GROUT, Deputy.
tion of famou
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OF THE COUNTY CLERK
. 321 00
allowed and drawn
S 35,604 29
30th day of September, 18Utt ,
t 136,018 04
County of Clackamas. Slate of Oregon, do
correct statement of the number and amount
outstanding and unpaid.
f l.-io.or.s 04
f 150.0S1 44
$ 54,288 58
By amount paid county treasurer
$137,751 1 23
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khiutva-.d Hit iirtrrvaimrTsui mil imDiinueaV
CUAKMA.N A Co. Uragiisu.
Heart Trouble Quickly Cured.
A Convincing Testimonial,
Miss Ella Kurtz.
"For It years I suffered from heart trou
ble. Curng that time 1 was treated by
Ave dlfforont physicians. Alt of them
claimed that I could not b curat. I was
greatly troubled with shortness of breath,
palpitation and pain in the side. If 1 be
came excited, or exerted myself In the least,
the pain In my aide became very severe. At
times It seemed as though needles iMtwihoot
n7 through my ride. Somotlme In the month
of November lost, I commenced taking
DR. WILES' HEART CURE
and since then I have Improved steadily.
I can now slcop on my left aide, something X
bad never boon able to do before. 1 can
walk without being fatigued, and am In
much better health than ever before, I would
recommend all sufferers from heart trouble
to try Dr. Miles' Invaluable remedy without
delay." MISS ELLA KDRTZ,
618 Wright St, Milwaukee, Wis.
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All druKBlsts sell Itattl, 8 bottles for U, or
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8iamers "Albany" and l'Wm. M. Una),'."
newly fiiriilslu-l, leave Alliany dully (except
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Si.iue (tuy at - p m.
Iti-iiirnini!, bont leavo Portland same days
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U lha not ttnpped ui ?
D-im vnur mm dlarharga?
U ttic no in and tandrr?
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flo vu hawk lo cl'ir 'h throaip
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Is your hearlnr Isll'n -7
Do vnur aara discharge?
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I your hearing wnrs when you have a cold?
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It yout tongue coated?
Do you bloat up alter aatlng?
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la there conttanl bad tail In Ih south?
n, n. W Aharca' Kldnav and Liver Car
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uu you get auiyr
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Do you hava hot flathet?
Are your spirits low at timet?
Oo you nave rumbling in bowclt?
Uj your handt ana leel twnr
I. thlt noticed more at night?
It the'a pam In small ol back?
Hat tht perspiration a bad odor?
It inert pultinett under the eyet?
Do you have lo get up olien at night?
It there a deposit In urine II left aiandlng?
Don't neglect theta tlgnt and risk Bright t dlseas
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lira chronic Constipation, sick headache and bilious
stacks Price, 21c a bottle.
In all ciset, If the bowels are constipated take one of
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It your trouble It chronic and deep-seated, write Dr.
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nrG W. Shores, Zion'sMedijal Institute, Sail Lak
For sale by alt Druggists, or sent to anv address oa
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LOW RATES TO ALL
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY 5 0AYS
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W. H. HURI.KUKT.
Gen'l I'hhh. Agent,
E. McNEIL, Pres. and Mgr.
Trains arrive and depart from Portland as
Depart No. 2 For all Eastern pointa7:00 p. m
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Arrive No. 1 From the Khu.......8;iii a. ra
" So. 7. From The Dallea ...6:lw p. m
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