The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, August 12, 1898, Image 4

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A PSALM OF LIFE.
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T h ro u g h th e w ild b a b e l o f o u r fe v e r ’d tim e
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W ith tid in g s fro m th e w o rld 'a freah. heultB y
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T id in g s w h ic h o u r w o rn , w e a r ie d a g e oon-
oern.
U n c h a n g 'd , th r o u g h a ll th e
je a r a .
T h e v o ic e o f H o m e r sin g s
W hich t e lls o f g o d lik e to ils,
A n d o f th e p u m sh iu e n t o f
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S iN O U L A R _D IS C O V E R IE &
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T T h alv T h a t W u s a V a ln a b lo C o n t r ib u ­
t o r t o S( t e u e c .
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A PR E T T Y G IR î.'S P R O B L E M .
T r ie d
to
D a y T o .t a j e S ta m p » a t
T hun th e M arket f r e e .
L osm
G ra n t an d L o n g str eet.
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ttS M M
uieitoinncb. Then lulluw dlMlums, htadoch ,
OF THE
lo n g , n n n a m b er’d
ÍÍIFIC COAST
th e so n g d iv in e.
o f h ero es' tea rs
P r ia m 's lino.
T h e b a ttle In th e p la in Is r a g in g y e t;
T h e w a tc h fir es b la z e ; th e Leak'd sh ip s lin e
th e sh o re.
F o r n s th e fo e in g rim a rr a y is set.
A h , b a t d o w e lig h t a s th e y fo u g h t o f yore?
F o r w e, to o , lik o th e h ero e s lo n g ago,
B ilio u s n e s s
CHRONICLE
THF c h r o n t c l x ru in »a» «a» « im m m
••«»•papera in Pie ITa»te«l «hat«*.
THE CIIKOVICLK hm uo «quai en Ute Psciße
i oast II lead« all tu ability enterpriie and
THK C illttlX IC l.K 's Iele<i»phl> K«jx»rts an»
the latest and most reliable. II»» Lo.iai News tae
fallest and spiciest an 1 lie Kditorials from bbs
ablest peos' n the coimiry
TH EC IlltO NIC IK has always h*»« and always
*111 be. the trie >d and ( i.i.n »Ion of
e ptopiie *s
againat cum in.lallo’is, j II. j .' S. con orations, or
•p;T '-tM iiiii* if » u v k l o I It will bw inJept-ndenl
la evarytuiog l i i A i ' l iu uulùtu*
jer tll„ reign
G reek and llonm u was o d n iir ij'^ ? 1*
fmproES an d tbo h.vnly M
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and R ecn m itr garbed t h e J . , ? 111«
degenerate G reek apparel, wh* " * k
■kirta and decollete b-xi,,.,.,
lusoinlna, nervous,»»». and.
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! th e en tire w orld. However
I, not relieved, b ilious fever
■ I S O find w ay, th ese sty lc , are extten1± L' *
or blood poisoning. Hood's ■
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ty autl w ere q u ite th e thing
rills stimulate the stomach, “
M M . the liver, cure headache, dizziness, eon-
years ago. E ven now they h . . .
! together disappeared and are —•i***1'
"till ,
for Lull d r
but more frc
'inentlz,¿
tea gowns.
D u rin g tho reign '* »be io..
K ing 1 am is P h ij jppo 1)ü ,|Ue^ ‘r^ '
HOW THE GREAT EDITOR’S HAND­ A m elie, in a u g u rât, d the fail
volum inous headgear which sr
WRITING SERVED A TURN.
W it h US.
. ’till
The last d istin ctiv e era
I ts I lle g ib ili t y W a s T a k e n A d v a n t a g e o l WHS
th a t horn in the tin.o'ef t<haí¡ í,i,
b y t h e M a n a g er o f t h e C o u n tr y F a ir , j ful E ugenie, anti one (, uln,J
Hood’s
O
SE C U R E D (¡JtK E L E Y .
«low w a r s aud s a il th e b itte r sea.
G eneral G ran t had as much to do F ie M r o c s e t is w a th g e e co
n flic t, lou d th e te m p e s ts blow ,
A very stra n g e th in g happened to
w ith L o ag street’s becoming a R epublic­
T
h
e
sad
ev
en
t
chronicle»)
in
th
e
fo
l­
A n u th o w a v e s ro a r and ra g e u n c ea sin g ly .
th e prince of Monaco's steam y a c h t
low ing lines o ccu tred ecverul days ugo an as any one else. They bad been
Princexse Alice, n ear th e island of
n »;.st w o w a n d e r o ’er th e sto r m y m ain,
scl.oolm at.s a t West P oint, had been B till
'T w ix t ro c k s a n d w h irlp o o ls a d rea d passu^o
T crccira hi the Azores last sum m er, in th e em ail and iu sig n iliean t looking graduated (he same year and received
s tru c tu re on F s tre e t betw een F out-
m a k e,
1 he prince has devoted his y ach t to th e
th e ir com m issions at the same time. E till m u s t t h e s ir e r a s in g t o u s in vain ,
t> e n th and F ifte e n th , w hich the U nited
stu d y of th e ocean and its in h ab itan ts,
b
t
ill
fro m th o t o ils cJ* C irce m u st w e break.
They fought am ong the cactus bushes of
S tates g o v ern m en t uses ns a branch
and m any im p o rta n t facts have th u s i ost office.
Mexico and had drunk nit seal from the T a r n , th en , t o Q u raer's pr.slm o f lif e and see
leien g ath ered for science. On th e oc­
H ost th e y e n d u r e d w h o se p ilg r im a g e Is d one
same ju g a thousand times. It w as at
a n d t h e P e o p le o f O s w e g o F a l ls S a w J
She waa an ex trem ely p re tty g irl
casion referred to a sperm -w hale, o r
th a t it w as q u ite original 'Jjh, i n
Jefiersoa Barracks, near St. Louis, thut A n .l h o a r llio tu esaago th ey h a v o le f t for th ee—
w ith th e b rig h te st eyes, th e pinke-
a u d H e a rd th o L io n o f t lie H ay.
em press only reintroduced tho tn » » !^
O n ly b y p a tie n c e is th o v ic to r y w on.
cachalot, ab o u t 15 feet long, w as h a r­
L ongstreet introduced his cousin, Miss
cheeks, th e red d est lips, th e cu test no:
— M uctuillan 's M agazluo.
hoops of Q ueen A nne's day n,„l ( J *
pooned by som e fisherm en, and in its
Every compositor who over put in
and the su n sh in iest face th a t hod been J u lia Dent, to G ran t, and it was Long-
• lying stru g g les i t made d ire c t fo r th e seen in th a t locality in years.
m
iu u tiv e bonnets w hich appear«, . . a
ttreet him self w ho told the young lady
type any of Horace Greeley's copy w ill
INCANDESCENT LAMPS.
1‘rincesse Alice.
If it had stru ck th e
fulling off tho head and which he,J
Fo p re tty w as site t h a t th e suscep­ i f the w orth of his friend. They were
certify
to
the
fact
th
at
his
handw
riting
to no o th er period.
Woti
little y ach t th e consequences m ig h t
tib le clerk a t th e stam p w indow gulped m arried, and the G eorgian was a t the H o w t h e B u r n e d O u t F i la m e n t M a y B e
was almost illegible. It was the despair i
Icv e been very serious, but ju s t w hen
fcluce then fashion has been
R e p la c e d a u d R e u e w e d .
as if he had sw allowed so m eth in g as Wedding. W hen they next saw each
of the composing room, aud even Grce I by m any vagaries and ahsurditi- I?
th e collision seemed inevitable th e
I t bus te e n generally supposed to be a
th e come trip p in g up to th e window other, it was a t Appomattox. A fter the
w hale dived, and com ing u p on th e ami spoke to him.
ley himself couldn’t always decipher it. nre a t tho present tim e m thing if ’
lorm alilics of the surrender w ere over fru itless task to attem pt the renewal of
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o th e r side of th e y ach t, tu rn ed upon its
A man who was many years ago presi
“Have you p ostage sta m p s? ” she G eneral G ran t took G eneral Longstreet a b u rn t out incandescent electric lamp,
f uthlBS' hand of,
back in th e death-agony. A t th ia-in ­
to
one
hide
and
s
a
id
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dent of tho Oswego County A gricultural | ty ra n t ap p ro p riate w hatever wo cho«
asked, as innocen tly as if governm ent
although there appears to be some eco­
s ta n t th e Irodies of th ree g ig an tic post ofiiccs usually d e a lt in h aystacks
NN
association
said
several
days
ago
thut
he
from
past
reig
n
s
of
national
enstaw!’
‘ J u lia w ants to see yon. Go home nomic fallacy involved in the d e stru c-1
costa**
cephalopoda-—th e class to w hich c u t­ and g rin d sto u es.
¡lb
and tec y o u r fum ily uud th in como to tion of w hat is except in one sm all if
hud good reason on one occasion to be | A t i i\.-vut tve have taken
tminsj
a c u the
th
i'K.y'a
b
Ï
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j ’ i-i I
tlefishes belong — w ere ejected from
im portant p articu lar a perfect piece of
B u t the clerk never noticed tliat. lie aee wo, w o n ’t you?’
thankful thut Mr. Greeley’s w riting g ird le from th e Sw iss
jf K i
•is peasant
peasant msid«
nuld*
tiic w hole's m outh.
These w ere se­ d id n 't notice a n y th in g b u t th e sp ark 1 ¿jpngstreet promised, and lie kept h is Apparatus. I t is not intended, as a rule, i
was hard to decipher. This fact secured I the
bolero
from — tbo
Hpunish
nmlotlriv
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ii» b niuli
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cured by a boat from th e y ach t, and lin g vision before him w ith th ree un- 1
the
kim
ono
from
the
Japunesa
iwiu.?!
word.
W hen G eneral G ran t became
give in th is colum n descriptions of
for him a star attraction ut the fair 1
Japanese belleud-
Inter th e Isxlies of a n u m b er of curious statnjicd le tte rs in its soft, w h ite hand.
president, lie asked for his udvice and A m erican devices or achievements
which he could not have obtained other- tho scqulu trim m in g s from tho Tortbk
in h a b ita n ts of the sea w ere found in
“ Yes, m iss," he responded, m aking a Legged Hint his form er adversary now draw n from foreign publications. This
wise. The association of which lie was dancing g irl.
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th e w hale's stoinneh.
T he cephalo­ herculean effort to su p p ress his em o­ be one of b is advisers. G eneral G ran t snhject has, however, been taken up by
president made a great effort each year
E very n a tio n and every era b u e ta
poda belong to a new species. O th er tion.
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never had a tru e r friend d u ring his ad- P 1*! E nglish journal, Industries aud
to outdo rival associations in its fair, trib u te d its quntu, so th a t the cost»
cap tu re s th a t th e w hale had m ade were j “(’an I g et th ree fo r a n ick el?”
Iron, aud, although it stales thut an
und one of its regular attractions was a of nil civilized nations are
so in te re stin g as to lead Mr. J . Y. Bu- 1 Now, th is clerk loved his little joke, m inistration. T hey knew each other,
when tho tragedy took place ut M ount A m erican process, for renew ing these
' distinguished speaker who delivered un potfiourri iu cut, m uterial nnduruauoL
i-hvnnn, the n a tu ra list, to rem ark in a and a m an w ho w ill joke on a sacred
McGregor, Longstreet sufiered as if it lam ps a fter the filam ent has been bro­
address to the crowd on uny subject that , tu tio u .—G odoy’s Magazine.
re c e n t nu m b er of N atu re: “T he cnch- su b ject Is fit fo r treaso n , s tra te g y and
wi re the loss of a brother. H e has often ken has been developed, it does not give
ho might select.
/ lot w hich w as killed by th e w h alers o f spoils.
visited (he lornb on the Hudson and has the nam e of inventors nor Rtate th at the
D rm ifliiu K v e r j n h e r .,
"Wliou I was made president, ” said
T ereeira alm o st under the keel o f the
“ Yes. m iss," h e answ ered, and q u ite laid the gentlest trib u te of a friend upon proct ss has come into anything like gen-
j the cx-ofllcer of tho association, " I was
Sinco iu tho privacy cf her boodoly
I’rinccasc Alice seem s ns if it had been tenderly, too.
th e m arb le.—Chicago Tim es-H crald.
eral application. Its description of the
young and ambitious. I wanted to givo tho fin do sioclo w om an has g0Ue
guided in th e n u rsu it of its food by a
“O h,how nice," site tw itte re d . “Mam­
operation is therefore given for w hat it
the best fair that ever had been held at to tho w a tte a n costum e of tbo sei8i
desire to d evour n o th in g b u t anim als m a said th ey never sold them nnv less,
T h o G r o u n d I s A liv e .
is w orth.
■ Oswego Falls, aud I was w illing to teeuth century, to ho in keeping her
w hich, up to th e p resen t, a re com ­ no m a tte r how m any we w anted. But
We
aro
so
used
to
th
in
k
in
g
of
the
soil
I
t
states
th
a
t
a
comm
ercial
success
p letely unknow n.”
work hard to accomplish sach a result. desk an d room fu rn ish in g ! mast beg
I said 1 w as su re they would, ami now as m ere m ineral m a tte r th a t it comes has been m ade of a proct ss for renewing
T h e Clirn
J Long beforehand I stirred up the farm ­ the stum p of th a t flowery period Her
won’t
m
am
m
a
lie
su
rp
rised
when
I
burned out lam ps w hich renders possible
q u ite as u shock to find this is a m istake
VERY SH O C K IN G FISH .
ers to raise big squashes and pumpkins, w alls aro h u n g w ith delicate cretonn«
teli her th u t I g o t th re e f o r a n ick el?”
As a m a tte r of fact, tho layer of soft the use of the old bulb ct a very slight
I n h a b it t lin M e d i t e r r a n e a n a n il Toste,»
aud I prepared a good schedule of horse bestrew ed w ith banches of roses, rio-
D A IL Y
The coy, a rc h sm ile sh e s e n t flu tter- u ‘old
w
hich
Did
clothes tho ground in all expense. By the new method tho collar,
P e c u lia r A ttr ib u te s .
races. I secured a mau to make a bal­ lets, forgetm enots or true lovers' bow
ing th ro u g h th e w indow to th e clerk cultiv ab le d istricts and from w hich or bare end, of the lam p is not disturb­
By V a l. ' 4 H »O Fill I.
Many people know o f th e electric eel w as so m eth in g to be treasu red in th e vegetation springs is actually iu great
loon ascension, aud all th at was lacking The ch airs uud tables and desk are of
ed, the old filam ent being removed and i
o f South A m erica, b u t th e re nre com ­ Heart o f any m an to ids d y in g day.
iu my programme was tho speaker.
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g ilt or w h ite and gold, and to match all
p art a liv in g layer of tiny plan ts and th e new one placed through asm ull hole
p arativ ely few w ho have heard o f th e
“ At that time Mr. Greeley was the th is perisbablo daintiness fashion hu
1 am su re ahe w ill,” fie m urm ured, anim als.
in the lam p bulb made by rem oving the I
to rp ed o o r electric ruy of the M editcr sm iling back a t h er an b est he eould
most conspicuous man in the United decreed th a t the ornam ents which two
In terla cin g threads c f m olds and tip. 1 lie sm al 1 hole is subsequently clos- '
ran ean sea. T his curious fish, accord­ under th e circum stances.
States. We all wanted to see him and years ago w ero of sterling silvtr dull
fungi, w orm s uud grubs, cieepiug in ­ ed exactly in the same m anner as iu tlie ! ■
in g to th e New York Jo u ru u l, is about
hear him speak. He was a very bnsy now bo of tho m ost beautiful bread,n
M ill you give me three, please,” anti sects, tin y root parasites, decaying case of tho new lam p, leaving nothing '
L w
p
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th e size an d shape of a larg e frying she laid a nickel dow n in th e window leaves and th e m illions of bacteria
man, however, nnd I knew that we had pul tern.
to indicate in tho finished, repaired
pan, w ith a s h o rt and exceedingly before him.
about one chance in ten of securing
w hich spring from them —all these are lam p th a t it had ever been opened
Tho in d iv id u al inkstands ore gor-
broad handle.
I t is Hut and sw im s
him. I determined to take th at chance. geous. 'Ilie birds of the air are slough-
He did not d are to look n t her, h u t m ixed aud m ingled together for many
I t is stated tlia t some 400,000 lamps
h orizontally in th e w ater.
Th?
C.-
kept his eyes on th e d ra w e r w here th e inches down below our feet iu a con­ have been repaired by this method, the
After much prelim inary thought uud tered to adorn w om an’s hats, aud ths-
nre. i.i lis CciLlrj,
The torpedo, w hich is found p ractic­ siumpH a re confined.
many consultations with ethers I pre­ beasts of tlie forest nre slain to fashioa
fused muss of life. G erm s of all sorts filtuneat being inserted through tlie
ally in th e liny of Btseuy and th e shores
As lie picked o u t tw o tw os and n o n e ! sw arm in countless m illions.
pared and sent to him a very creditable her inkstands. Tho newest novelty ii
sm all hole referred
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- to
- - by a sk illfu l tw ist
o f th e M editerran ean sea, is so called and laid them beside th a t soft, little j Indeed, all the plants th a t grow and
invitation to attend our fair and deliver a fram e of h orns of all kinds uad dr-
hand aud secured iu position by a
a
f
e
i
because of its h a b it of giving electric hand w aitin g fo r th em on th e window I lifo th a t exists on th e face c f the earth
an address on any subject th at he chose. ficriptious, to hold tiie henvy cut glm
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special carbon paste. The black deposit I (iu e iu lii y r.lt tg.*i t ., *•,
• a * tit* United
shocka. Such shocks ure feeble, as n sill, th e re cnine in to h e r b eautiful
I assured him that he would find only ink bottles. In soino designs the honu
Mlttlvtt
owe th e ir being to tho fact th a t the on th e iusi'io of the bnlb is removed by
tica
ru le, n o t g re a te r tlion those from a sm all • yes such a look of ten d er re proa eli
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friends iu his audience, autl I said that
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ground is alive. You take a shovelful of fitti.ig the lam p to tho holder and re- j rnw tv r e < - ,¡pt
t'iw l»rf?htf»M
are reversed, an d th e large end is mid«
electric b a tte ry . If the fish is enraged
Hint lie w en t rig h t over to the reg istry | tbe finest soil iu the world aud sterilize m oving it in a gas furnace, w hile im- *n,1 moat
in ti»e
tunitvUm hPUR 1.°.0kcd *or sucb ““ OPP«- to answ er fo’r u euudlcstiok or rccept«-
vorld. pr >11 r •? :
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how ever, it is capable of giving a much d i rk ami registered a solem n vow th a t It— th a t is, beut it till all the life in it
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r
twelve
tum
ty
to
hear
him.
Two
days
later
the
cle
fo r the pens o r scaling w i i x ^ ^
(MtfCA.Of
.»tnvg
m ediately follow ing this operation a
i."rii In fur. na­
Thin,
m ore pow erful shock. It uses this c u ­ l ever, i,o, never again, would Ite p er­ is destroyed—and then plant seeds in it.
village postmaster told me that he had
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sm all glass tube is fused to the opening 4un;ulNOn a igr
ti hvjmriin -nt
ag
ain
, a b o ttle w ill have a cover cf m
rious wcu|K>n to stu n th e sm all fishes m it Ins sense of d u ty to dull th e finer No am ount of care or w atering w ill
a letter that be thought was addressed
m ade in the bulb, through whiclt the i SAMPLE Gte
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elephant s head iu heavy metal, the
and anim als on w hich it preys, thus faeultics of h is feelin g .—W ashington make those seeds grow T heir life de­ lam p is exhausted. When this has lieen
to me. I had heard a good deul about base nnd support o t the hottie being the
m ak in g th e victim ijiucnsiblc previous S tar.
Greeley s handwriting, and I kue w nt
pends on the life in the soil around them. done and the la st trace of a ir and gas 1 D O Y O U W ' X T T I I E
tw o tusks 11 longing to tho animal.
to devouring It. I t ¡a a very sluggish
—London Answers.
once that this was my reply from Mr. ,
absorbed, a blowpipe flame is directed
•Iren th, io aro stam p, sealo«, paper
fish and will lay for h u u rs buried in the
S P R IN G H ATS.
C
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C
L
E
Greeley. When I opened the envelope, I I wi
upon tho th ro a t of the tube, w hich is
eights, stam p boxes, boxes for seal,ng
«and a few feet from th e shore in sh a l­
G l a s s o t r ’s F a m i ly H n n m .
found
a
sheet
of
paper
on
which
were
m elted into tho point exactly in every
U T ,
low w ater. E lectricity is much talked s t y l e s T h a t A r e P o p u la r w i t h t h e L a d le s
irregular scrawls that I couldn’t de­ w ax aud tapers, penwipera, blotters,
Among tho maiiy new things started respect a counterpart of the original
« la s t N o tv .
ö M
of us n m edical a g e n t now adays, uml
by tiie G lasgow corp oration is a ‘‘fam ­ lam p. -—Providence Journal.
cipher. With several of my friends I every th in g re q u isite to make wriling•
...
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rR'1
'
h
ats
have
not
appeared
yet.
fo r such uses is spoken of as a new dis
luxury, and all iu the daintiest, B«t
ily home.
It is intended m ainly for
puzzled over it a loug time, hut I could
covery, but. In th e days of C aesar this I hey will p robably form a p a r t of the
fe tc h in g d e s ig n sc u d fo rm s .—New York
T h e W e ll D r c - n d M od ,
w
idow
ers
and
w
idow
s
w
ho
go
out
to
not
read
it.
I
remembered
th
at
the
ed­
M IO U 'IN O
n a tu ra l elec tricity w as m uch used for su m m er m illinery, b u t fo r th e early
L etter.
T here is n certain professor in a cer­
work. Tliero are J00 bedrooms, each of
itor of our paper had ut one timo been
th e sam e purpose uml p hysicians of sp rin g the i a pote nnd toque are pre w hich contains a good bed for the fa ­ tain university of tho United States who Tho Dnitnd States, D
es,
Hopiinion
of
Liiniliar with Mr. Greeley’s liaudwrit- i
The Coming 6Idrt V.’alzt.
th e tim e applied it to th e leg o r arm of ferred, and tliese arc g en erally made
th er or m other aud a broad cot for tho once, ut tin, beginning of one of his lec­
Canatjj and o r th a r n Mf
mg, uud I took the letter to him. He
P arisian a havo cradnally l e a (level*
a person su fferin g from rh eu m atism , of fancy straw s, violets uinl gauze. A
tures on lino arts, got on the subject of 1
was a little out of practice, but he de- ! C)
“ t r‘ a t t;» tu ic r silk ihirts, atd
o x i: s u m ,
g o u t o r nervous diseases, th e p atien t henatiful "flow er h at,” however, lias y c u n g tr children. F o r these rooms tho tho kind of pins worn iu the neckties of
L
Au<| th e
cip iered it after half mi hour’s exami- t ‘" 'i fu m i of bodice prom ises to carryall
keeping his hand o r fo o t on th e fish ra th e r a wide, s tra ig h t brim . The paren ts pay 6s. Cd. n week, aud th a t
young college men. Ho was a good lec-
uutiou. Mr. Greeley regretted th ut he before ft for H om ing w ear next spring
ns long us it wo» JKissible to lienr the sh ap e is made of wired black net, hut sum includes tlie Jightiug, h eating and
W o rld
cleaning of them Clean linen is sup­ I furor aud was ulwnys interesting, but!
was unable to accept our invitation, and eiiiiimcr. A ll th e heat houses are
shocks. T h is was said to have boon an th e whole brim is covered w ith Furnia
hat was a great disappointment to me I preparing varied e Icclious of them,
violets, w itli tlie leaves m ak in g an edge plied once a week. In the home, also, this lecture w as the most interesting of
excellen t rem edy.
O N J I IK O T IIK H H ID E .
his
course
to
the
300
boys
who
heard
|
i
th
ere
nre
dining,
recreation
and
nursery
I
thought ,t over, and suddenly it I many ra th e r o rn ate, but still maintain­
nlioiit the face. The crow n is encircled '
S e n d $ 2 « n , | G e t t h e M a ,, , n(1
him
,
and
tho
w
hole
hour
w
as
spent
ou
dawned on me th,*t there was ju s t a ing liicir spooiaMjharacteriEiic.«—name-
Hy pink roHea, w itli nuiny g reen leaves, rooms. Thu children itru looked a lte r
ENG LISH LANGUAGE.
We <>y • hro n it le f ,P o .ic
ir
C h a n ce that I might by strategy g^t Mr
and a c lu ster o f leaves and sta lk s rises j aud cared for while, (ho parents ure ut necktie pins, their nso and m isuse and p o stag e (,re p a id o., M ,p a .u r<
iy, tv. lied fro n ts and rt gnlar skid
It
I ’m l a r g o n a M o r e C h a n g e a T h a n
The w h at they suggested. Tho gist of w hat
Greeley to Oswego Falls after a 1 I sleeves, eith e r gathered into a baud
up Oil one Side. T he wliole chapeau is w ork for an infinitesim al sum
A u / O th er
ADD
HESS
; cooking, w ashing and Lathing arrange- ho said wus that there w as no more
d
rap
ed
w
itli
a
lig
h
t
cloud
of
greet.
¡
w ith ruffles fa llin g over tho baud or
EngllMi lias changed m ore th a n tiny
W . H dr, V O n iW O
tulle. T h is use of tulle is very modish m onts aro excellent, nnd 'as the tiling is reason w hy a Ley should w ear a horse-
w ith cuffs tu rn ed back.
o th e r language, reg ard ed m erely as
Vropn. to, S. F. ChMatcla
Rhoe
w
ith
a
w
hip
across
it
all
iu
gold
(lone
on
u
large
sealo
and
economically
---------- b a n yitAXcirtCo, c a ^
T eutonic language.
It is fa rth e st re­ and ap p ears on th e m ajo rity of spring
, ti<,mo hava frillin g s standing freta
arrunged the establishm ent is expected than tliat houses shoald havo sieves for
lints.
moved frem th e p a re n t stoek.
It Is
the l.-ack. and sides of n round collar,
roofs,
nnd
th
u
t
ns
it
was
extremely
to pay for itself. G lasgow hern-vole nee
A
p
re
tty
w
alk
in
g
h
a
t
is
o
f
a
fancy
dcsocntlcd from the Kaxon, w hich is the
and the low er edge is trim m ed wsiW
T lie G r o w th o f L *n S uairr.
is nothing if not practical, ami th is new foolish to p u t a big sieve ou y cu r house
pnreiit of Low G erm an uml Dutch, tuiil black straw nnd has a rolling lirim . Oil humo seems a most adm irable in s titu ­ for a roof so it w as q u ite ss foolish to
for a littlo haequo inshad of te*
No committee can tell whether a
one
siiie
th
ere
in
a
double
lirim,
and
tlie
no it were tlie g ran d p tire al of E ng­
oru tucked in to the ekirt. Very
w
ear
horseshoes
on
your
neckties.
The
word
is
«
good
word
or
a
bad
tio
n
.—
¡St-
Jam
es
Gazette.
lish.
R ut besides d ie T eutonic p art tw o are sep arated by a hunch o f vio
word, cr
narrow tucks sew ed eith er closo together
pnneipio of th is is th at you should have w hcthcr it is wanted or not
Old fash- cape /to ld Id “ t',1“ “ ° loo’lhoJe for es- i or iu groups w ill be preferred to vids
w hich is th e ground w ork of th e lan ­ lets. The lint is ch arm in g ly trim m ed
T h e P l a c e V e n d o r n e In F a r ia .
a
reason
in
w
hut
yon
w
ear
as
well
as
i
d
ioued
Peoi-Jf
w
ill
always
tell
w
ith
w
hite
gauze,
green
ish
ays
tell
you
that
a
white
guage. it has suffetetl till th e effects of
tucks and folds. F o r those with toil-
r
- ...........
Tbo P uris correspondent of a London other things and flint senseless decora- nrw word is not wanted and
a lengthy Roman occupation.
This snow Isdls and F u rn ia violets, Nome
down collars, g en erally bordered with
Hons like horseshoe, on neckties or " Y « » * of „ act equivalents that
fo there
t j,®
ho’ Z s ^ i n 0^ 0^ ? ? ’'
paper
snyg
th
at,
though
alw
ays
stately
trim
little
toques
a
re
m
ade
e
n
tirely
of
baa hud it g re a t influence on th e lan ­
il bnrsn
eh rvoo owa
« tko
'
to doliVi er the narrow tucks, ties a re m ade of the saao
neckties o on
horseshoes,
are a.4li»
silly and i ou- reurlf
ready »« in
the l«^.
language. ....
uud im posing, th e Place Ytudom o is ly IlOcktiPM
This seems coa- address at the fair, and
g u ag e and bun introduced m any w ords violets, w ith hunches of tu lle nnd funes
j m aterial.
uo m eans a lively p art of P aris It has heeoining to a self respecting person. elusive, yet experience often prows that
q
u
ills
on
one
side.
iu to it.
It m u s t he rem em bered also
This p a rticu lar exnuiple was only one they were wrong a„d that there was -
Facouno silk s w ith very small pat-
I lie reg u lar sty le o f trim m in g is e n ­ retained through long years the char
th a t F ien ch w as for a long period th e
actet l.-ttcs for w hich it was noted in the to illu strate n principle, w hich is that "hade cf meaning which they did », , posttrs. I k„cw that°w hnr i,*” *0 *beCt I terns and h arm oniously shaded chert’
official lan g u ag e o f th e co u n try . T his tirely r.liiin d o n ctl-in fact, sp rin g m il­
i and plaids w ill ho tnoro used lor mat­
,bu ktond n.onarqne. Louis nothing unusual, queer, out of the or­ P w civ e, but which was nevertheless
had mi even g re a te r effect on the linery seem s to hav g one to tlie o th er v.'v*1
ing sh irts th an p lain silks, which had
AIV, lor whom it was planned aud laid dinary, is in itself a good th in g —that press,ng eagerly for expression. S
extrem
e,
lin
ts
ure
tongue.
Finally it has n o t eiitirely
tin n e d u p in every
h i fact, most things th a t are queer anti
tho ru n last season. A great deal will
i
out
G'f
lute
u
few
good
shops
have
up-
nh^l"
?ft
W
Ur<
8
Wbich
how
co:.--.d
r
•Sid
way
possible,
and
to
q
u
es
a
n
loat all traces o f Use early C eltic occu'-
out of tho ordinary are likely, in the absolutely essential to the lauc-u „
0)X*ll also 1c done in lav. u sh irts for thi- sum­
Jiatiou.
Thin com bin atio n h as pro- i trim m ed e ith e r in front o r on one side, pi mod here uud th en , am ong thu houses question of dress, to be in bad taste. A
were, when they were first iu u ,„:u ' , S e t o ^ . ^
" gone m er aud in gingham sh irts fur the pop­
dueed th e mont varied, rich and flexible SO as to do a« uy w ith any rrg u lu ritv of on tho plat e, uud it is proposed to add
i would con u la r trad e— Exchange.
for. Nome littl toques for th e a te r to th e u n in U r <f thesu business estah- man s dress ought to bo quiet, but it , escribed ns quite unnecessary uud
language lh a t existe.
m ust be
c h a n uud
ell taken
care
of in
lish n .tu ts. l.tn c e in a com paratively every
instance.
The w best
dressed
man
is
’«»’ X
tera“ " 7
Q r e e 'i e y / E f r a m ^ r<'Ply from i i r '
G reek has chunged least. Anyone w ear hav crow ns o f cloth-of-gold; and
H a u E lit r r « o f t h e R e v c t u t lo a .
brief sp acccf lim e the I u ilm n y s tir,m d
w ho w ishes to satisfy him self o f tho u totjue w ith flaring w ings ¡a o f cioth-
f u . o ..
t0
most
Mrs. C aroline L ong B artlett of Or­
’------
N upolcou's colum n w ill hu b rillian tly the man who, in w hatever company he humorous
of LEzabethuu
him
our
cod,
r
.
.
?
°
tiu‘°
we
^
n
t
of-ailver
em
broidered
w
ith
plays, “ The
tr u th of th is sta te m e n t ne»il only take
gold anti diversified, and stately monotony w ill finds him self, is inconspicuous;
the fair and tho"tew lufo^uiatiou about ange, N. J ., w hose father, Moses Bart­
who, P o etaster,"an d read ih a ^ e m H -? ,
•low it four a u th o rs, like H erodotus, triinm etl w ith pink roses.
lett, served fur th r, o years in tho wsr
you renlize
in
an indefinite way, it well th* poet «Marston is the suLject of J|“ the day set for th
disappear,
t
i
e
Place
Yeudoma
u
ay
in
.
.
u
Week before
r iu ts r c h , A nna Cotnmcuu untl T rikupi.
I',it to d im rib e some of V iro t’s prel
- t i m e u b , «‘J 6
™ ^ n t him
of t t R evolution, recently celebrated
appointed, though yon cannot well tell satire) is BiVeu „„ ,.U1# io 0U(1
He will find, if he cun tra n sla te one, ' b e s t sp rin g m odels. T here a re a n u m ­ a few years, or ev< u less, be al Io to dis
made
to
‘- “ ' " o X u “ i < X ± ? t ° n , " hRt her n in ety -fo u rth birthday, hhe was
bring up all tbo
Unco tho Rr.c do Iu 1 uix ns a locality w hy.— H a rp e r’s Round Table.
th a t he can tra n sla te th e o th e rs; nnd b er of fancy black straw s trim m ed for
u ftciu to u
" b ic h he hug used newfangled words
presented w ith a handsom ely engraved
'•opping, tiu d u n k in g
uneasy
all this time I
',m ' 1 Whs
th is th o u g h th ey w rote resqiectlvcly « Ith velvet, in th e b rig h t g reen th a t is aud flirtation
iu
his
works.
The
I ln t is e li o ld E c o n o m i c
character who is watching th o " « .;,? , that if Mr Greelev’aKcc?nse 1 knew parchment, certificate of honorary mem-
450 y e a rs liefore C h rist, nnd 70, 1,110, »<> m od.sl, now. Dm* has th e rolling
“ I d o n 't s.e, E lla, how you mauage
ho blamed.'7
r“ nP 1 b w h ip in the D aughters cf the Kcvoln-
au d 1,860 y ears after.
brim tu rn ed up in an irre g u la r th ree
Hi* Rcaatttl.
w ith your housn money. If I give von a
the
crent
.
.
t16“
day for tien, a n d there w as a larg? gathering is
cornered shape, am i an ad d itio n al trim ­
“ W hy is i t , “ they asked him , 'th a t lot, you spend a lot. but if I d o n 't givo
T his w
THE BATH.
m ing of pink roses and black cock
you so much you seoiu to get along w ith satiro at tbiJ
yen prefer gas to electric lig h t?”
... ? | half,),,,
i hure euough, r. L ,t’
w ith whom she makes
condemned w S : ...............
r a X U?
b “J,tfce Mr. Greeley was on l
Oure I’sed In I t a l y f o r t 'a p lt a l plum es. A d ear little toqnc is of shot
" I n tlie tuse of electric light, “ lie
berhom e. jN treasu rer of tho New Jersey
“W
H
to
him
as
t
h
/
T
*
1-
IJ
Utrodncc‘l
blue
ami
g
reen
stra
w
.
T
here
is
n
rttf-
1‘u n t s t ii n e n t .
“ Why, th a t’s perfectly sim ple, Ra- readers a u < lw n ,en‘ In V r u t e n b7
«aid, le ., iking at them in u ttt nishm eut,
State society, D. R.
Another
i»vi
I he puniahm ent of the luigno (b ath ). lled band of |s*neoek's plum age re stin g " i t can usually be t olitrellcd ly m eans dolph
»be invitati™
— Ï w.h°
" ,,u had
1,nrt sent ’’■’U ghter" is Airs. Rebecca Pratt cf
W hen you give ,nP „ jot( j uw. bo no censorship iu literatera' T k ? ' 1!“ him the
« ne of the m ost cleverly cru el inflic­ ‘»i th e h air Many hate and tisiu es nre of a butto n or a sp rin g on tho wtill w ith ­ it to pay the debts I get in to when von possible plan ■« ,o g ,u . eveiy word “ite
bh- l-eii, Mass., w ho w as tho guest of
tions ever deviant] by iu i official o f the trim m ed w ith violets, and a p rofusion in easy re a c h .”
don t give mo so m uch.
Fliagonde em u,-Bullrt alJow th8
«nnor a t the late crg&uis&tion of Win-
Neck boos are bug,
C
latter.
to rtu re ehan her, wun adm inistered In <’f tu lle is used.
They ad m itted th a t lie spoke truly.
uihinim et chapter, D. IL. The meeting
c u r e ; that,1,k 7 ; “o " ; bd ^ U r7 ,h u ‘! /
Italy , pro b ab ly in Yemee, when* the ruffles of tw o shades of tu lle, w ith n
“ T h at being s o ," he w ent on, “ if
W h e r e t h o T r o u b le I*.
“ T letter?’ he sa'id.dUìlCU ty 111 te «<üng waa held in the
bonne, hoiH
double
green
jab
o
t
in
fro
n
t,
A
eharm
-
w a te r of th e lagoons played no prom ­
you
hud
ever
stood
over
a
sm
all
but
in 1660. 1 he .story of her grandmother •
" f t is n 't n b it of trouble to get m ar­ X d " ,bU P? bb'’ " P P ^ ’d
iug one ,,f green and viol.R tulle accom ­
in e n t a ,m rt in its penal system .
P
b
«
it
ai'fi“
L
“i
te
p
ííS
*
.’’“','1
to
decl'
p retty young woman wlm w ith upturn
PM*ed and the word became 1 ,2 r ‘
tiight from Boston (h e r bouse wee oppo*
T he pruuiiw r wns placed in a vat. th e panies a toque of violets and fancy td nnd anxious faee wus striv in g to ried, said the airy young person.
(.brifct church, on Saleiu etreet) i°
“ N o ,' ' spake tho sedate one. “ I t is stead of a w riter I iug on the l '-*.1
doubt
for
a
few
Uld
,
’
aud
"
fi
*®re
sid»w of w hich w ere slig h tly in c m i s k g reen stra w arran g ed w ith a pale reaeli tlie hnudelter to lig h t the gas
?' ut bad said “ Yes'' or™ i n ’ A e th e r you tho n ig h t preceding th e b attle of bunker
in being m u rrie d th a t th etro u b je is .“ — to throttle ami destn y uuy
of the avernFe h eig h t of a m an.
In g reen cloud o f tulle, N y . T rib u n e
you never would have to ask me the Indianapolis Journal.
new word e r phra« that u,av
7
tien. When we did d n - .,0 our » » 'lta- H ill w as told by Mrs. P ra tt iu s graphic
onlez- to hold In cheek th e risin g tid e
question you have seen fit to put.
Rested, it ought tots* his bus*
,
wc were very much n te ‘Pb>" ' he le' f, r * Wanner.
H
u
n
t
in
g
i>
e
r
r
w
H
h
.
c
a
m
e
r
a
.
o f a supply of w ater, w hleh in n into th e
( lnt ago Post.
courage
«11
trne
RU(,
„
»
';
<h-
Ton ha,| a g 4 , tUoehcoP¿ a^ d ‘o «ad th at
T here are S3 allnsious in tlie Bible to
Au im p o rta n t p a rt of th e m odern
’ a t in a co n sta n t sti-eam, th e crim in al
m ents of his native icn<m„ r,
lop'
l TP t o n o t e S t a t io a e r y .
the east w ind, 19 of them being of a »be
a d o u rs tle . X ^ T o m ^ d ? '
w as furnished w ith a aroop w ith w hich ■portem on’s pa|a*r is the pictu res. A
iCaiiy.
ivcly. 'Yon O t e l e t ' ^
ley fXFn'* -
The la te st sensution in stntioDeryh
iis)«iraging character.
to bale o u t th e w a te r ns fu st as it pui t of th e U|»-tOHlates|M »rtsinan'sout­
have quoted n lr c d v u D h
''e
Caxnbon < f the M arseilles theater re ­
l’a’ cr and t nvi lopes of the same eiie-
cam e in.
fit is a cam era, am i no tro p h y , to Ids lates th a t he learned in tw o hours and
T°ur PC8l« s at In ste a d o t folding th e .«bectof n o te p a d
The largest A m erican flv is a little ruble phrase. “ [ tradebeth w te i " " ? 0' ou:'.‘ ; didn’t you?’
T he reep ite from d eath by im m er­ m ind, c q u u b u good pivturv of wild life played the same m u i n g the part of
’ I reuliefi
ti g and tho ,> ad for t i,«
, u‘ ilv
aver h a lf on iuch iu length!
to fit into the envelopes, as civilized ns-
The 8port«incn‘s Ih* H uridsu in " L a T our do Neele. “
sion H u m o b tain ed w as mon* o r lean m th e woods.
0B« »0 know What ■»
-
" a n te d r a
our tc n g n c - ^ L c n d o u S p X , ”
tiotig have done since envelope« were
p roloneed , acc o rd in g to th e pow ers o f View itas such a p ictu re in a re c r a t is-
to offer. ’
••P ro d ig io u st" says a bystander
Tlie oat p lant is in Italy regarded as
invented, the e n tire sheet is slipped into
It show s tw o does w alking, one ‘How could yon ever do it? "
riM lurance )MWMeiuied by th o victim . Mie.
emblematic of music.
^ 'y *
7 h Pe wera’a
''1
me 1 ie outer covering W ithout folding ’•
««»in biT’'"
looked
H ut. iningtne th e m orn] to rtu re , th e ex­ b eh in d th e o th er, on th eir way to u
‘'thinj
• Ho. I ju st read it carefully and
He delivered tl,p BriHb t *BSP'oious. even once. The paper is linen hood-
h a u s tin g an d even hideously g ro tesq u e sp rin g som ew here beyond, along th,* then 1 tied u knot in my handkerchief
A Proel ln»l Uirl.
s. aetU
m<'filed blue in tin t and comes in viri­
foot
of
a
hill
g|o|>c,
w
here
th
ick
boshes
H
arry
rx*untowi,
<to
country
sw
eet
effo rts, th e in cessan t an d p ltih iw toil
crowd in the h, ? * ' " ud
to rem em ber it by
l aris Figarex
:» tJ - i
R a t i o n beard h
i i '>“> « <- on» sizes.
by n ig h t nnd d ay . Io stav e off th e tire show n, even to the little tw igs. Th •
-'IHkyweigh, do you p in ,
• It1
1ÜÏ iu Iu- •»»Pteted th, trick j \ ,U hetl)er ho
flrenal m o m en t fast ap p ro ach in g , w hen, d eer ore looking ask an tly to w ard lie*
U ,,*u »bo Vows Are l a t h .
Tho T urk was orig in ally a T artar,
A l l P r .,
bim I never discovered b H ,-1“y”d oa
ovarcornc by steep a n d fatig u e, he waa esn iera, as if w atch in g an unexplained w ith a nose us tint as th a t of the Hun, a
" I d o n ’t like tho stage msnsfflT,'
,0 one of m v fri,„ a
, Ha »’“ 'm a u d
Miss M ilkyw eigh—Lord bless you,
u n ab le to stru g g le an y lo n g er ag ain st co n trivnnee ou th ree wooden legs p a rt reeediug chin aud rq u iu t eyes, but
said tho soubrette p etu lan tly . “ He'* »»'
ly conc«U,-d in th e bru sh
The pho- hnw lgum alion w ith thu nations be has n,x 1 g, t Hie do and i-liase ’em o u t —
big fate!
« •P 'n o n s. ai’id hn
ban bis
, {‘« » ^ !d# makb° auW' d'> «he remark w ays m akiL g ns learn 6onm new pcpok r
to g ru p h e r of gam e ru n n in g w ild h a­ conquer, d lias elevated his u u e * stra ig h t­ D étruit F ree Fi,
son
e. ’•
tu r n , laaset*.
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th e piano down in th, larlor?
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