The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, July 02, 1897, Image 1

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    GENERAL DIRECTORY
STATE OFFICERS
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE.
S T A O E
overnor........................William P. Lonl.
ecretary of Slate ........... 11. K. Kincaid.
'reaattrer.. . . i . ............... Philip Metclien
apt. Public Instruction..
M. Irwin.
date Printer .......................W. II. Leeds.
attorney General.. . . . ..C. M. Idleman.
................. R. S. Bean
...............F. A. Sioore
. . . .C. E. Wolverton
udgii Second D istrict... .J. C. Fullerton
VTpiq^torney Second District.Geo. M. Brown
Steamer
G k A -R L D U S T E Z R .
Robarts
______ S A I L S -----------
L iI N E J .
On th e 1st, 10th and 20th of each
m onth.
Leaves Florence Mondays, Wednes­ Single trip S3.00. R ound trip S5.00
days and Fridays.
H. H. Barrett, Prop’r,
Arrives at Florence Tuesdays, Thurs-
! days and Saturdays,
i Connects with 'Steamer and Scotts­
burg Stage Line for Drain.
Also with F o r Passenger a n d F re ig h t R ates
Stage Line for Coos Bay.
Charge
i reasonable.
-A P P L Y
Florence to Yaquina.
Meyer & Kyle,
STAGE LINE.
E Bangs,
fudge................
lommissioners
When you Like Rood’s r ills . The big. old-tub -
loned, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to
pieces, are not In It with Hood’s. Easy to take
Hood’s
and easy to operate. Is true
of Hood’s Pills, which are
up to date In every resjieet
Safe, certain and sure. All
druggists. 25c. C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass.
T he ouly Pills to take w ith Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
Pills
Florence, Or.
CORNER
E U G E N E -FL O R E N C E
OOUNTY OFFICERS
No Gripe
DRUC
V IN C E N T
S TE A M
ER
“ C O O S ,”
&
STORE.
WALTON,
( successors TO V
HEMINWAY.)
o —— W ill m ake’ ------ o
P r o p r ie to r .
. .E. O. Potter.
Stage leaves E ugene M ondays, R E G U L A R D A I L Y
■ B etw een -
( ............ w . 1 T. Bailey W ednesdays a n d F rid a y s a t 6 a.
j ............ J . T . Callison n t . , a rriv in g in F lo ren ce th e day
T R IP S
PLANE.
Witch hazel, dogw ood and the m aple here,
And th ere th e oak and hickory,
Linn, poplar and the Leech tree far and near
A s tho eased e y e can see.
Wild ginger, wahoo, w ith its roan balloon.
A nd brukes o f briers of n tw ilig h t green.
And fox grapes plumed w ith etuumer, and
stru n g m oons
Of xnandrako dow er betw een.
Deep gold green ferns and m osses red and
gruy—
Mats for w h at naked m yth's w h ite feet—
A nd cool und calm a coscadu far away,
With over fa llin g beat.
In her b eautiful eyes w ere a look dem ure
And the hin t of a soul th at w as sw eetly pure
As the m orning dew in th e pou ting budi
Or a cake of soup in a tu b o f suds.
And the beautiful face of th is West Bide queen
Old logs m ade sw e e t w ith death, rough bite of Was suffused w ith a sain tly , an gelic mien.
bark.
“ How I long, how I lo n g ,” she soliloquized
And tan gled tw ig and knotted root.
In a voice a chorus girl w ould have prized,
And sunshine splashes, and great pools of dark, “ To 1*» able to do, to achlevo som e deed
And m any a w ild bird ’s flute.
For th e suffering victim s of sordid greo d l”
“ Are you going to w ash up th e dishes, ray
H ere le t m e s it un til the Indian dusk
dear?”
With copper colore«! feet come« down,
Bowing th e wrildwood w ith star fire and musk Came a voice from the kitchen, iuvitingly
clear. •
A nd shadow s blue and brown.
P u t a lo fty fire in her soul w a s lit.
A nd her n xl lipa unclasped in a clear cut
Then side by sid e w ith some m agician dream
To take th e o w le t haunted lane,
“ N itl”
—W. O. Jackson in Chicago News.
H alf roofed w ith vines, led by u firefly gleam,
T hat b rin gs m e homo again.
—M adison Cawein in “ U ndertones.”
FLO TA TIO N O F SPID E R S.
HERALDRY.
A Complete Line of Drug
A s th e tw ilig h t w as ert^ping across the sky
From tho cast to tho w est, w here tho crim son
dye
Of a gorgeous sunset w as grow ing wan
In the shadow s that rise when th e sun is gone
In a sum ptuous languor of dream y euse
And a w rapper resplendent w ith spots of
grease,
On th e little back porch of an upper flat
T he Imperial Ethel McFadden sat.
O ne V ie w
o f t h e S h o r th a n d o f H isto r y
a n d C lir o u o lo g y .
An E n g lis h W r ite r Ilisc u sses th « S u b ject
nutl C ites .Some In atan ees.
Japan ««« I’ouunwra-lal M orality Said t o Ha
Itrto ir Par.
It has loug been known to thoso who
had dealing with the Japanese tint
commercial morality iu Japan stands
almost ou the lowest plane possible to a
civilized people. With few exceptions
even those Jap..uese who prove i-stimu-
blo und high minded in all other matters
nre not to be trusted iu business transac­
tion. I11 Japan the man who fails to
take advantage of his neighbor in a bar­
gain is looked ui«>n a« a fool. The ex­
planation o f this state of things given
iiy Robert Young, who edits a Kobe pa­
per, is that merchants in Japan have
hitherto occupied the lowest rung on the
social ladder, being deemed inferior to
the tillers of the soil and but little above
the pariah class. Up to a comparatively
recent period trailer was but another
name for trickster aud the pursuit of
commerce was held to arguo a lack of
integrity.
Witli changed commercial conditions
this low standard seems to have re­
mained unaltered, so that the Japanese
trailer is always thinking how ho can
"best” flic foreigner, anil he w ill not
fulfill his eugageiueuts if by so doing he
is likely to suffer loaa. Mr. Young gives
cogent reasons for believing that the
mikailo’s subjects soon will lose the for­
eign customers they have gained unless
their code of commercial morals is ma­
terially and rapidly improved.
Already Japanese consuls have ie-
ported that tho country’s foreign trails
is seriously injured by merchants who
send nbroail mutches that w ill not strike,
rice that is not up to siunple aud stuffs
the ouly merit of which is cheapness.
Guilds havo been formed to introduce
better methods of business, but they
have not wrought much improvement,
anil the situation cannot be radically
changed so long or there is 110 public
opinion to support the application of
morality to business. At present the or-
dinaiy Japanese trader has no con­
science, and until he acquires one tho
expected competition of Japan in tho
markets of the world is not likely to
lx, worthy of serious consideration.
In an interesting communication to
Knowledge ou “ Spiders," tho Rev.
Heraldry can make tho world n glori­ Bamuel Barber discusses at some length
S h e r iff............................................ A - J - J o h n s o n
fied world. It is a quarry where every the phenomenon of the flotation line,
Treasurer......................... A. S. Patterson
one may hew and a sea where evory one aud its method of attachment, which is
may dip his oar, and if heraldry be­ the foundation of the spider’s web. Is
C orner 9 th & W illa m e tte Sts.
Kssessor. ....................... . ,D. P. Burton
came again a fine art sho conld be once it not evident, asks the reverend gcullo-
Ichool Superintendent. . . . .0 . S. Hunt
Eugene,
:
:
:
Ore. more the bride of history, while art inuu, thut air—and probably at u high
__ C. M. Collier
Purveyor..................
with her tumult of enthusiasm alone temperature—must be inclosed within
Joroner.......................... .. .J. W. Harris
can deck hor fittingly. Without art the meshes of the substance forming tho
I ustice of Peace........... ..F . B. Wilson
T E R M S S T R IC T L Y C A SH . heraldry is an uncouth and dead thing; line when it passes from the spinnerets
John F. Tanner Single fare _ .
-
- $5.00
Jonstable----
with art she liveth for every ouo and is into the atmosphere? The creature with
1
truly a science.
this substance lifts it into the air. It
R o u n d trip
- - -
- $9.00
Heraldry creates intelligent curiosity has been usual to explain the uscunt by
T ick ets for sale a t E- B angs’s
and stimulates historic imagination. the kite principle— namely, the me­
CITY OFFICERS.
She awakens interest in generations chanical force of I he contiguous atmos­
liv ery barn , E ugene, a n d a t llu r d
gone by and should bo taught, says Mr phere—but air movements, especially ou
N
& D av en p o rt’s office in F lorence.
Raskin, to the young men und maidens a small scale, are so capricious and un­
of tho street and lane, for herald»y controllable that without a directive
. ,F. B. Wilson
President.........
helps to decipher tho forgotten hand­ force the phenomena seem quite inex­
O. W. Hurd
OF THE
writing on the wall and tho glorious plicable.
P u llm a n
MORRIS
HOTEL,
Win. Kyle
record of onr ancestors’ doings and
Iu support of this theory of a direct
Board of Trustees
Marion Morris
S le e p in g C a r s
strivings and progress and upward propelling force Mr. Barber givos some
.. J. 0. FLIN T, Proprietor ..
C. C. Behnke
climbing in tho long crusade against of his own observations. Writing one
E le g a n t
F lo r e n o a , O r e g o n .
tyranny and sluvory und ignorance and day with two sheets of quaito hofore
Recorder. & .....................Drew Severy
D in in g C a r s
intolerance.
him, he saw u smulJ spider ou the pu-
Treasurer................................J- A. Pond
That heraldry is tho shorthand of his­ per, and iu order to test its power of
Marshal........1 ................... J- R- Weddle
O U R A IM — To fu rn ish th e best T o u r i s t
tory and chronology seems to he now passing through the air he held one of
A FA T H E R L Y A SSU RA N CE.
S le e p in g C a r s
allowed, and heraldry, in a sense, the sheets of paper about a loot from
accom m odations
a t re a s o n a b le ,
THE CHRONICLE rank» with U>« greatest
should
be
the
application
of
the
line
that 011 which the creature was run­ T h e O ld O e n tlem a n W o» N o I.lnaul»«, b a t
newspapers In the United States.
S T . PAUL
prices.
THK CHRONICLE has no equal on the Paclflo
arts of sculpture and painting to family ning. It ascended to the edge and van
H e K n ew l-lie .
SEORET S O C IE T IE S .
M IN N E A P O L IS
Coast. It leads all In ability, enterprise and new».
history. It is the silent languago v liich lu lled , hut in a moment it lauded upon
Mr. Cumrox’s son was studying his
THK CHRONICLE’S Telegraphic Reports are
Christendom adopted und developed at tne other sheet through miduir in a hor­ Latin lesson. There was the tremolo of
DULUTH
the latest and most reliable. Its Local News the
fullest and spiciest, and Its Editorials from the
tho time of the crusi dts. In silence und izontal direction, and picktd up the discnnrngcmcnt in liis voice ns lie re­
FARGO
B F. <fe A. M. Florence Lodge No. 107 .
ablest pens In the country.
in hope she spuko, through the eyes, to thread ns it advanced. Iu this case there marked:
Ma Regular 50m in u n ic a t io n o n s e c o n d
THE CHRONICLE has always been, and always
TO
cran
'
d
F
O
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K
S
W. W. NEELY, Prop’r.
tho heart of Christendom, of the noble was no air movement to facilitate, nor
will be, the friend and champion of the people as
“ I don't seem to get along with this
and fourth Saturdays in each month.
against combination«, cliques, corporations, or
C R O O K STO N
deeds of her children, and she is alto­ any time to throw u line upward, which lesson very well, father. ’'
T ables fu rnished w ith a ll the
oppressions of any kind. It will be Independent
L S. L. R obeuos , W. M.
gether
indispensable
if
the
heraldrio
a
l­
indeed would not havo solved the difll- . “ Can't yon say any of it?”
W IN N IP E G
In everything neutral In nothing.
I. G. KxoTTS.Bccn-tary.
delicacies o f th o season. W ild
lusions in Dante, Chuueer, Sponsor, oulty. On another occusion, at a dinner i "Yes, I can ¿ay ‘amo, nmns, aniat, *
H E L E N A ">«i
Shakespeare, Scott, eto., are not to be purty in Kent, four candles were lighted and then I alwuys forget what comoit
gam e, fish an d fru it in season. Best
on the table, when a thread was seen to next. ”
entirely lost.
BUTTE’
accom odations for th o trav elin g
Heraldry has received the sanction of be strung from the tip of oue of the
“ Wlint does those words mean, John­
A A. B. General Lyons Post, No. 58,
centuries, and a herald of the true strain lighted candles und utiached tn unother ny?” asked Mr. Cumrox, who deserves
meets second and fourth Saturdays public. C harges reasonable,
is
neither
finicking,
fretful
nor
faulty,
about
a
yard
off,
und
ull
the
four
lights
credit for being always ready to add to
of each month.
but full of goodly joy and at times oven were connected iu this wuy, and ihut a somewhat deficient early edneation.
TO
J. I. B uttkkfiei . d , Commander.
C H IC A C O
of pious mirth. And if some peep and by a web drawn quite tight.
"They mean ‘I love, thou lovest, he
J. L. F urnish , Adjutant.
mutter nt abuses, forgetting that the
Tho ouly explanation which Mr. Bar­ loves.’ "
W A S H IN G T O N
abuse of anything is uo argument ber can suggest for this remarkable 00 ■ “ It (loos seem too bad to see yon
P H I L A D E L P H IA
* * ♦
* »»*«. *
against its proper nse, others see and curreuco is thut the Rpmiier wus sus­ Ftartiu iu so soon, ” the old gentleman
N E W YORK
learn that heraldry has educational pended at first by a verticul line from mused, "with the difficulties that havo
W. 0 . ZEIGLER, Proprietor.
^lO. U . W . ( P erp elu a Lodge, No. 131,
value, is to many a rnce a wayHkJe sac­ ubove aud thus swayed itself to and fro alwuys surrounded that verb. But you
■ meets every 1st and 3d Saturdays
BO STO N A ND ALL
rament and blazes broad its potent in­ from tip to tip of the oundles. It wus might us well commence young to learn
each month. Members and visiting, E U G E N E , • - - O REG O N
P O IN T S E A S T a»»» S O U T H
fluence— namely, that nothing must b« certain tho spider could not have us- that them words in oue wuy or another
brethren in good standing are cordially
invitedto attend. I. G. K kotts , M. W.
done to tarnish tho family escutcheon.
cended from tho table, nud it wascqnal- cause two-thirds of tho botheration that
For inform ation, tim e cards, maps and tickets,
W m . K yle , Recorder.
In England also, in the ahseuoe of ly certaiu thut aerial flotation of the oocurv in this life. ”
E l k P r a i r i e H o t e l . etc., c all on or write
hereditary rank, cout armor is tho only lino from a fixed point was impossible,
“Pleuie, can I quit school, then?"
R. M c M urphey ,
distinctive mark of birth ami high ns it involved floating iu lour opposite j “ No. It wouldn't be any use. Yon
O, 0 . F- Heeeta Lodge No. Ill,m eets
General Agent. Rooms 2 and 4, Shelton Block,
blood for the untitled nobility.—Niue directions. The rapidity with which the couldn't dixlge ’em, anil-you might ns
s every W edncsdiv evening in Lodge
EUGENE. OREGON.
initial movements informing a web are well go right along and get as familiar
H . Florene , Oregon. Brothers in T w e n t v - t h r e e
teeuth Century.
un- ol the H
Hall,
good’standing invited to attend.
made cannot he rccouciltd with any with them ax possible. You'll find that,
M
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s
W
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s
t
A. D. C H A R L T O N ,
H e a v y J a s tlc o .
J. A. \ ates , N. G.
theory of a simple atmospheric convec­ learuin 'em ain't half the worry thut
m try, ami '
A
ssistan
t
General
Passenger
Agent.
M arion M orris , Sec.
It seems that abnormally stout people tion, and propulsion appuara the only hnndliu ’em is after you know ’em.
of E u gene.
255 Morrison St. Cor. Sd.
have their uses in this world ns well u» explanation.
Cheer up, Johuuy, und remember that
rates with
P o r tla ix U . O r .
other things. Tho other day, us an ex­
most of your trouble is still ahead of
K e e p lu c n « r W a tc h I n O rdor.
ceedingly corpulent old gentleman was
you.”—Washington Star.
d is iiuelj
CHURCH DIRECTORY
leisurely
proceeding
along
Regent
street,
They
were
sipping
ahooolatoat
a
cafo
T h e F u n k & W a g n a lls
a detected pickpocket, who wss fleeing and talking of watches.
T h e P o p u la r A :»thrtla« o f C o lo r.
names ofb
at the top of his speed from two myr
“ 1 huve curried ray watch for ten'
R IA N C H U R C H , Florence,
While blue is pre-eminently and over­
midous of the law, violently collided years," said tho senior member of the whelmingly the masculine favorite, it
Tan ___________ [S ab b ath service: Sabbath-
I«.
■shfiSEW l’ciock a. m. P reaching 11
with him, and the pair rolled over in purty, "and it bus never cost mu a pen­ is by no means so general a feminine
sold
arc
Of The
o'clock a."®. and 7 p. in. Sacrament of
the gutter together, tho stout gentleman ny for repairs. ”
favorite. The favorite woman's color,
the Lord’s n!ip|ier nil 1st Sabbath ol
“ Mcrcyl" exclai.ncd another one.” standing at the head of tho femalb list,
on top.
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January, * A pril, Ju ly and October.
The pickpocket made strenuous hut nn- How did you mnnago?"
is red. Roughly speaking, of every 80
R W M lH K is welcome to all th e services.
availing efforts to extricate himself
1 *1 took cure of i t You know mou are masculine votes 10 would be for blno
COM PLETE
By
P a A v J M a e s t s C hristian s to make
from nnder the mountain of flesh, but always making disngrceuhle remarks ami 3 for red, while of every 80 femi­
Br Mall, P astas« Paid.
tlnnW V SI known.
P a t r o n iz in g it.
the corpulent gentleman remained a about women’s watches, aud when my nine votes 4 would lx- for blue and 8 for
S U C C IE N T
I. G. K notts , Pastor.
fixture until the pnrsueri. came np aud husband gave me mine lie said it would red. Red and blue are thus much morn
A U T H O R IT A T IV E
probably ho out of order most of tho nearly equally popstlar among women
captured the rascal.
Then the fat man picked himself up. time. And I just mude up my miud to than among men. Other relatively
ethodist episcopal church ~
H a le
Prop.
t,
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•«vice. Preaching at Glenada U e O . I 1 U I C
nothing the worse for his mishap and show him thut there was one woman in marked masculine prefercnci-x are for
j o , . 865 Vocabulary Term.
moved olf with the remurk thut so long the world who knew how to take care the colors related to blue (blue violet
and Acme two Sundays of each month.
>47 Editor» and Specialist»
as he had breath iu L.sbcdy, his weight of a watch."
and violet), anil other feminine prefer­
Sabbath-School
every
Snn,’"V at
BUSINESS CARDS-
j j j Reader» for Q uotations
•
would “ always b« thrown on tho side
" But liuve you never lost it or had it ences are for lighter red (or pink) anil, to
10 a. in. Praver meeting every lliiirs-
of law and Justice. ’’— Pearson'« Week stolen?”
5000 Illustrations
a less extent, for gnx-n and yellow.
day evening at the church. Everybody
‘•Never. I dropped it several times Furtlxr, men confine their selections to
Tho Great-st Weekly in the Conitrj,
Cost over ,9 6 0 ,0 0 0
i y
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cordially invited.
G. F Romms,
Pastor.
T o n s o r i a l P a r l o r s . Appendi« of 4 7 ,4 6 8 E ntries
at fits!, hut it didn't show uuy marks." relatively fewer colors than ilo women,
A r tific ia l H a lo s o r “Run Dago.**
“ But do the works never get out of and, finally, while all men uiul women
An experiment which illustrate« in a order}"
alike are inncli more upt to rhoono a
MARION HORRIS, Proprietor.
very curious manner tho actual philoso
“ Tho what?”
normal than a trunsitioniil color and a
The full number of word» and term s in
ATTORNEYS
(Including po«t*<e) to any part of th« United
pby
of
the
formation
of
halos
or
“
snn-
"The works inside. Havo you never darker than a lighter shade, yet the tend­
ied by the»
S h a v in g a n d
HtaUts, Canada and Mexico.
different dictionaries lor the entire alphabet I»
dogs”
has
been
made
by
Drs.
Brewer
broken the mainspring?"
THK VKXKLY CHKOWCLH, th« bright»wt
ency to do so (about the same in tin»
as follows: S yobmosth , 50,000; W oncilKsTsn and most complete Weekly »Newspaper In the
and Dixon and is explained iiy them as
ARTISTIC HAIR CUTTING.
“ I never look inside. ”
former direction) is markedly different
C.
WOODCOCK,
world,
print«
regularly
S4
columns,
or
twelve
follows:
Take
a
solutioh
of
•
nui
and
105,000;
W
ebsteb
(International),
125,000;
CBH-
un.
“ Bat how do you wind it?“
in the lutlcr respect. Of 12 men 10 would
RAZOR HONINO ASPECIALTY--35C- 1TVRV, (six volum es, com plete,) 225,000; pages.of New«, Literature and General Informa­ spread a few dro]M of it over 1, pane of
"I don’t wind it. That’s how I take chixxMi among the darker colors and only
tion ; also a magnificent Agricultural Department.
STANDARD, over 300,000;
2 among the lighter for tlic most pleas­
SAMPLE COPIES SENT FR£E. glass. It will readily erystalize in care of it and keep it nice. ”
small, flat octohedrons, scarcely visible
They all stured a moment. Then they ing color, while of 12 women 7 would
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to the eye. When this pane of prepared said, "O.i, you clover thingl" und ad­ choose among the darker and 6 among
.
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n o y o u w a n t t h e
a u ifn .,
Sam ple T iges Free.
glass is held between the observer and journed sine die.—Detroit Free Press
the lighter shades.—Professor JastrotV
„ 7 and 8 McLaren'« Building,
the sun, or even a candle (with eyes
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tio u g iv en to co llectio n s aud pro-
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very
close
to
the
smooth
side
o f the
fcpbler»’
T. Q H IH O m O K S . Prfta.
• - B- CAKIM. J r .. C ask * a
glass), there will be seen three different
E l«»« n T im «» A ro u n d t h e E a rth .
How far away cun a spider see a fly?
AGENTS W A N TED .
but distinct and beautiful halos, each After several yci.rs of tag. uious experi­
•80,000
Just think of it! “ Ziieven times
P A ID U P OASH C A P IT A L ,
nt a different distance from the Inmi menting Air. aud Mrs. Peckham, the around this globe of ours” in the space
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uaturai st , have coucluiled that the of (10 seconds! Gan yon imagine any­
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greatest a’ erage distance at whioli spi­ thing that moves witli such remarkable
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OREGON
The United States, Dominion of
Pacific Coast Agenta
EUGENS,
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The late shah of Persia was anMIcel ders arc able to see objects distinctly is spix-d? Bound travels only 12 1-2 miles
about cun foot. Beyond that distance,
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him, and the royal drawing mint« and struggles logit away did not eqnal to 7 1-2 revolutions of the earth in
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was dashed off with a keen yet uuexag- lx tray it. The sulne o lm v ir s think one minute, but electricity travels so
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gerated power of carioatnre not often that spiders have the «t iiM sof color amt astonishingly List that it is able to com­
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plete the cire t of the earth 11 1-2 times
Rend S3 an d G e t (tin M ap a n d met with in an amateur's work.
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of smell, but feebly developed.— Youth s in 00 seconds.—St. Louis Republic,
W e e k ly C h r o n ic le for O ne T e a r,
Albany claims the honor of having Companion.
Oregon.
p o s ta g e p r e p a id on M ap an d P a p sr ,
pnce.
H t r a u g m N ew .
made tiie first carnage« manufectared
Earl Fitzwililuni, in Wentworth,
"Don't you think, Mrs. Spitely, that
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wns duly noted at tbs time as an svi- has tho largest private house in Eng­ ly woman like me?"
"Not ut all, uiy dear. Yon know that
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CHARLES QETTYS,
denen of tho spread of UuiUdbtatea cu- land. but had he not an imumc of over
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SLOOO.OODayear Iu; would probably re­ you’re years ynuugir than yon look."-—
lerprise.
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gard the place as a white elephant. Detroit Free Press.
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Moertaln. fr-e. whether an Invention if
prohwhly uaiwitshls Coromwaicatio«« strictly
Henry III of France was surnamed There uro 178 rooms in the building.
The bluebottle fly ii pun ty a meat
w ANTF.D-FAITIIFUL MEN the Minion, it is said, on aeeount of bis
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or women to travel for re- compliance with the wishes of tbs em­
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before Its death to induce permanent otfnl and laj'ing its eggs iu decomposed
aponailils eatablialHHl bohas in Oregon. peror.
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coiitraetinu of its superficial pigment animal matter.
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