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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1888)
JONES & CHANCEY, Publishers.
ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST.
Prince Oscar, of Sweden, nntl hi"
bride have gone to Carlscrona, their
luuiro residence, in the south of
Sweden. They nro now known aa the
Prince and Princess Bernadotte.
The largest known flower is the
Itafllcsia, a native of Sumatra. It
measures three feet in diameter, weighs
iifteen pounds and hns a calyx hold
ing six quart. The odor is offensive.
The statement is made that no Icfs
than six species of North American
birds havo become extinct during the
last ton years, and it is claimed that
English sparrows wero the main cause.
A box of manuscripts relating to
Poo has been recently discovered in
Georgia. It is thought that they may
bo those of GiiswolTl, who was known
toposscss many of Poo's papers, all of
winch unaccountably disappeared.
A Chicago burglar overlooked $80
in a buieau drawer, and the papers
announced it the next morning. Ho
returned tho next night and not only
secured it, but a suit of clothes be
,Tho gold shipped and withdrawn
for export at Now York so far this
month amounts to $5,600,000. The
asBay oflico still has $85,000,000 in
gold bars on hand and $11,500,000 in
double eagles deposited to its credit
in the sub-treasury.
Goat Island, at Niagara Falls, is be
ing washed awny by tho rapid current,
and tho State Engineer recommends
an appropriation by tho legislature for
tho erection of a retaining wall of
timber to prevent further ravages.
Judgo Hare, of Philadelphia, gtivo
hits advice to a wifo-beator who was
discharged upon tho appeal of tho
abused wife: "When you find your
self getting angry again till your
mouth with water and keep it shut
till you cool oft.
While Sarah Edmonds, a young
daughter of William Edmonds, o
Wheatland. Ponn., w.is lowering a
window, a Hash of lightning struct
tho house, passing through tho girl'b
bod vaiid tearing oil' her shoes. She
died before medical aid could bo sum
Since Minister Hubbard was ap
pointed to tho Court of Japan by
President Cleveland our trado with
that country has grown from $13,000,'
000 to $25;0OO,OUO, $2,500,000 in ox
ects of the total English-Japaneso
trade for tho same year. It aho ex
ceeds tho Gorman-Japan trado by. $11),
000,000, and that of Franco by $12,'
The Duke of Sutherland hasboeortio
to impoverished by tho agricultural
depression in England and Scotland
Units lio contemplates selling bin lion
House, the wonderful mausson, which
when Queen Victoria entered, btruok
her as being so magnificent that she
said to the Duke ; "I enmo from my
hoiiBO to your palace.
Ex-Queen Isabella of Spain, who
will visit England for the first time
this season, has an income oi $1,000,
000 a year, but is said to bo always in
debt. She maintains no house in
Parisbut always resides at a hotel.
She spends vast hums in horsou. Her
executive ability is clearly shown by
tho ease with which shw constantly
t.peuds more than her enormous in
conto amounts to.
A groat parrot show is to be held in
Turin thia summer. Prizes aro to ho
j?ivon for tho polly who can uso tliu
most phrases, and for tho oldest parrot.
It is said that a polly who has seen
eighty year will bo present. It Is re
lated that Cuvier, the celebrated
naturalist, had a polly in his vestibule
-who, UKn seeing a stranger, would
cry out:' "What do you want with my
inaaVerT" And when a reply was
given he would respond : "Don't talk
Tho Bavarian General, Sigmuud
von Pranckh, died recently in Mun
ich. Ho was Minister of War from
18GU to 1875, and at tho outbreak of
tho Franco-GerniHit war it was greatly
duo to his influence that ISavaria at
unco joined Prussia, instead of simply
maintaining an armed neutrality.
When tho unillcation of Germany
was roimtnuuutod ho exerted his pat
Hollo ml to fceoure for Jiavuria, as far
ii h poptjblo, an independent position
in tho new einpiio. Prnuokli was
timoiiK the German donor! who
rmilvtitl rgt tooiiuiury lowiinla ut
Iliu elom of tlio war.
NEW OREGON IRON WORKS
A Hallor Drowned. 4'hlnonc .Tinnier
In Chinatown. Hnrtliqnnlic ut
INDUSTRIAL FAIR BUILDINCS.
Everything is now in readiness for
starting up the works of the Oregon
Iron and Steel Company at Oswego
The ore rond is ballasted, and ore is
being hauled from the mine to the
Btock house. Tho company lias nan
made in Portland twenty hoppcr
shancd cars of stout boiler iron, the
bottoms of which can bo opened to
let the ore run out. Thcso will make
two trains of ten cars each, one of
which can bo loading while the other
is unloading. Everything is arranged
so that tho ore is not handled from tho
time it leaves tho mine till it is in tho
shnpe of pigs. The company received
100 tons of coko from England on tho
Anamba and sixty tons from the
SounPio be used in tho pipo foundry.
Tho iircs will soon bo blown in, and
as soon as some pig iron is made the
wark of casting pipes will begin.
A Sailor Ilrownrtl.
Harry Downing, a seafaring man,
aged 30 years, was drowned off tho
foot of Walnut street, in Alameda,
Cal., while bathing with some com
panions. When reached he was
feebly swiinmiyg with hi head under
water. Ho could not bo resuscitated.
A largo number of deer havo been
found dcitd in tho woods near Grass j
Valley, Cal. It is supposed poison
has been put out on their feeding
Kurt Iwi'tfa Kl- nt Sun Jose. i
A sevore earthquake shock was felt
at San Jose, Cal. Tho vibrations con
tinued livo seconds. No damago was
DlNiiMroiiN Cloud Hurst.
There was a great cloud-burst at
Perris, Cal. A house was blown down
and several porsons wero severely in
Killed by n Caving Hank.
S. T. Johns was killod at Austin,
Nov., by a caving bank in tho Mag
Kill ill l.y u Ira I II.
Frank Maley, a twelve-year-old boy
attempted to jump on a passenger
train on tho railroad bridge at Sacto,
Cal. Ho was knocked down and re
ceived injuries which caused his death.
An i:u:rliq tnilut S'ICork.
A sharp shock of oarthquako wnss
folt aUSan Francisco. Tho motion
appeared to bo up and down and was
accompanied by a dcop tumbling
Bftund. As it occurred during tho
hour of morning service in tho
churches it created momentary con
stornation in some of the edifices, al
though nu'io instance was there an
eilort to leavo tho buildings.
Kllleil !) Drinking ('mil till.
The 3-yearold son of Josoph Frey,
Jr., of Santa Oiuz, Cal., died from
drinking coal oil. Ho and an older
brother wore playing, ami tho latter
asked tho little fellow to suck a long
timoattho spout of a coal oil can.
The child ilnTnk (pule a quantity and
died tho second day.
Stilrlile of it Stililent.
Carl IMlcy, a student of a business
college at San Francisco, while in a
supposed state of momentary insanity
shot himself in the eye witn a bmith
it Wesson revolver. Tho bull went
through his head and lodged in the
wall. Ho was but 18 years of age.
His parents reside in Woodland, Cal.,
and his father is reputed to bo a
wealthy land owner. For the' past
three or four days ho has been some
what sick, but his illness was of such
a nature as not to exeito comment
When his room was searched his trunk
was packed, but no letters wero found
U shed any light upon tho case.
('iiitiilii uml Cii'W Iirniik.
Henry Weatherbeo, owner of tho
schooner Pet, which was dashed to
pieces at tho northern eutranco to
Golden Gate, Bays tho loss of tho
schooner was caused almost, if not
entirely, by tho captain and crew be
ing under the inlluoneo of liquor.
.tinnier In Olitiut town.
Lung Dark Heoug wan stabbed and
illed by some unknown assailant at
San FranoUuo. Tho polloo woru noti
fied of tho murder by Tin Took, fur
man of a gang of Ohintmo laborers,
wlionUtvd tliut ho had mid llonng
and novtral other $i0 earli during
the day lor wuiL. owural Cliluuiuvn
occupying the building said they heard
n struggle nod Heont! exclaim that he
was being robbed. The policearresled
a number of Chinee on siifpicion.'.
Sad Awakening of n. Wife.
When Mrs. S. D. Smih awoke, nt
Marysville, Cal., and reached over to
kiss her husband Jt her side, she
found ho was dead. The cause wot?
.Slid Case of I'ovcrty.
Mrs. Hutchins, an avod widow, h.n
been living alone at Albany, Or., for
some time. A friend, who happeiird
to call, found the door locked. Call
ing assistance, tho window was pried
up and an entrance effected. Mrs.
Hutchins, in getting up, had fallen in
Bitch a manner as to break her hip. A
surgeon waa sent for, and the poor old
lady was properly nttendedto. Keing
aged and feeble, her recovery is doubt
ful. Her husband died a few mouths
ago, a county charge.
fire at IIu rrisvllle.
Fire broko out at Harrisville, Cal.,
in a largo brick building owned by
Mrs. Vi. C. Ross and occupied by Tuen
Wo it Co., Chinese butchers, and
Quong Lung, Chinese general mer
chandise. It started in the second
story among a lot of oil and lard. The
building is gulled on the second floor
and is badly damaged on tho ground
lloor. The total loss to both places is
$9,000. The building was insured for
Died on Ship Ilourl.
John Freeman Smith, aged 70, a
residont of Visalia, Cal., died on the
steamer Acapulco,of typhoid-malarial
fover. Tho body was embalmed anil
brought to San Francisco.
IHdcovery of Iron Ore.
Largo' quantities of oie have been
discovered on Lopez island, near Port
Townsend, W. T. Shafts are being
sunk, and Peter Kirk, of Seattle, is
examining the ore, which, it is claimed
excels tho Texada ore of British Col
umbia. Tho mine was located and
tested by George G. MoNamara, and
assays 32 per cent.
WlilCd Wives lor Cliliin men.
Sam Wall, a Chinaman, and his
wife Augusta, a white woman, were
locked up at the armory police station
at Chicago, charged with bringing
whito women from Milwaukee and fur
nishing them for wives to Chinamen
at $25 each. Throne h their matri
monial agency it is charged four or
livo local Chinamen hive been fur
nished with wives.
Kled in the Street.'
Augustus V. Braeoneor, a well
known young man of Si. Louis, who
has run through with his fortune, was
found on tho street with his skull
fractured and has since died. A citi
zen reported to tho police that lie had
seen a man thrown out of Patiick
Montague's saloon near where Ura
eoneer was found, and saw tho pro
prietor striko n man. Tho police ar
rested Patrick Montague, Edward
Montague, his brother, Charles E.
Powell, a lawyer, and Dr. Pocoe, who
wero in tho saloon at tho time. Ow
ing to Braconeor's high connections
aiTd unfortunate life, the case is ex
citing much interest..
A Do ii Mr Suicide.
Patriek Linch and Annie Driscoll
woro found dead in a bedroom at Wil
low, Couoy island. Th gas had boon
turned on, possibly with tho object of
A Child Id) voiir.il liy an I3iigl
The two-months-oid son of Win I
Boattio, a farmer wh. lives on tho
Cimarron rivor, Iuiushs, was taken up
by an eagle, while the child win pity
ing m tho front yard, and earned oil.
1 ho bubo was partly devoured, and
was dead beforo tho0noighbors found
Suicide in a ICiiggiiKt' Car.
Win. Synia, baggago-master on tho
lMtlshnrir ami Cliiitmm ninrsfl nn tin,
Fort Wayne road, was found dead in
the our near Boavor Falls. Ho hud
blown out his brains with tho express
niu'simirer'n rtivolvar. Thn latter u-.is
asleep anil know nothing of tho trag-
tuy utuii awiiKeneii oy ino eonuueior.
Aeeldenl to a Helena Itlan.
Georgo Crocker, a wealthy cattle
man of Helena, Montana, met with
a serious accident. A cab in which
ho was riding dashed against a curb
Btone, throwing Crookor against the
glass side, breaking the glass and cut
ting his face badly. It is believed
that ho will lose his eye sight.
Iliir I'ire In a llreiver)'.
Firo broko out in tlio browory
building of Henry Elias, in Now
York. Three u niter stories of the
main utruotuio worn burnod out, and
the iuti huiwo was ooniplutoly wrecked.
iMkjvo tun KiHvnul story In tut) Uo
huiua whs stored $160,000 worth of
hut r, ami It U though! piwihl (hut
thin waa totally ductruytMl, the 1om,
j exclusive i f ihe stotod beer, will fot j
up more than $150,000. Tho build
ings were valued t $000,000, and in
sttrod for $200 000..
Several Wegnor palace car conduc
tors havo been dW-lJoged at New
York. It is a&ertt d that a systematic
course of thieving, running into thou
sands of dollars, was diioovert.d.
A Lynching in .Missouri.
Word conies from Steelevi.'le, Mo.,
that Louis Davis was lynched by a
mob of forty men. The jtil was
broken open with sledge hammers
and Davis was soon overpowered,
taen a half mill and lynched. He
made no confession. He waa charged
with murtlcrii g David Millor last
January. .Miller was found dead in a
field. D tvii's boots fitted the tracks
of tht murderer.
A fatal' Vriy.r. I'icht.
A prizo light took pi ice at Grand
Forks, D.ikota, between George F u 11
jumes and an unknown. Fulljantes
received a blow ovtr the heart that
knocked him out and resulted in nis
death. Tho unknown was anest-d
and locked up, but, afterwards m.ule
. J'leasure Seekers Itrim ncd.
The Erie rnilro.nl ferryboat swamped
a small boat beiwoon tho New York
and New Jersey hore, thriving three
young men and a girl into tho water.
Tho girl and one of the men were
drowned, and the bodies swept awny
by the tide.
A (ilpaiific Iobbcry.
Thieves entered the pay car on tho
Like Shore road, in the outskirts of
Buffalo, N. Y., administered ether to
to tho occupants, and escaped with
A Inrderer Arrested.
A man supposed .to be the murderer
of'SpMorris Wain and Harry Stone
of Philadelphia and Ntnv York, was
arretted at Lander. N. Y., while try
ing to dispose of a camp outlit.
A Check Lost or Stolen.
All alarm was sent oui from New
York police headquarters warning tho
banks to stop payment rf a check for
$1,-1S0, drawn by D. D. Wigr to the
older of Geo. W. Hearnt, the Califor
nia sentuor, and endorsed by him.
Uoth are prominent ho'sijmcn, and
the check represented the balance of
a triulifcbotuecn them. J)t was either
lost or stolen.
'I' lie Ilrcitdmttiltt Wrecked.
News has reached New Y.-rk, i y the
schooner Flying Semi, just from a
fishing cruise on the c him. of Libra
tor, that ilu- fannnis oM clipper ship
Dronduaught it. onu of tho vessels
wrecked on the eodst ol NV.v Found
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
Tlio largest marblo quarry in the
world is that of tho Georgia Mftrblo
Company in Pickens County.
A negro farmer in Dougherty conn
tv. (ia.. him sueeoodud in lmilrin.r nv.
c'ellont sirup from watermelons, and
thus n now ttso is devised for tho Bur
Hani wood cut in Juno, July or
August, and left unti-iininod until tho
leaves havo dfrawn tho sap from tho
trees, makes tho most solid and lasting
Among tho recent moohanlcal in
ventions is a nail niaehino which cuts
eithor a wiro or a cut nail with equal
facility. The construction of this ap
paratus is quito simplo, as compared
with ordinary wire nail machines.
With R, cut nails of squaro section,
with oithor a diamond oraohisol point,
may bo produced as oaslly as tho com
mimiiail, and thoehango from wlro to '
cut nails may bo accomplished in a fow
Extended observations at Paris
and at MtuOeh indicate that tho sani
tary condition of n locality depends on
tho amount of water contained' in tho
ground. Tho years in which thoro has
boon n largo quantity of grounil2wator
prosont havo invariably boon the
healthiest yours, whllo thoso in which
thoro has boon smaller quantity havo
invariably boon tho utihealthlost pe
riods. Tho Lancet doflnos tho discaao
which is known as "Tho SIghtsoor's
Headaeho" as "naturo's tax loviod
on tho comfort of that groat body q(
busy idlers to which wo all at somo
tlmo or other belong. It is ogdomlo
among tho froquontors of musouins,
plcturogallerles, and exhibitions, vary
ing somewhat porhaps in dltToront
cases in its precise causation, but asso
ciated always in a mauiior significant
of its origin with tho habits of tho ob
It is claimed to bo proven, beyond
nil doubt, that waters which clroulnto
orstaud in leadon pipes or vossols, not
only talto up particles of load through
mechanical action duo to friction, but
attack tho mental, tho result of this
being geuurally loail carbonato. Ao
ounllng to tho most eminent authorlUtw
in this lino, inlnuto quantities of ul
thus liitrotluiwd into ami aoonmulatliig
In th u'ntiMti, must rank among tho
ihuihm of aiiwinla ami dofiMUrs nutri -
lion in laigv town.
Devotuo t! tiii: Intkhrsts or FAn:ti:ii3
Sylvanu, G., l as a stalk of corn
ten feet high, and which contains
seven well-dovcloped shoots, six of
which have put out silks.
Mure improvement in the farm at d
draft horses of this country has been
made m tho past live years than were
made in the ten proceeding years.
rjfext to a sure and certain provision
for the great beyond, tlio health of
the farmer and that of his household
should be his lirst concern. Often
times he makes it his last concern. '
Mr. J. S. Woodward says he has
been successful in curing the black
knot of plum trees in its earlv stage
by the use of turpentine. Ho cute off
the knot and applies the turpentine.
The damage done to fruit trees by
rabbits, borers and insects, may be
prevented by apphing pine tar t the
bodies of the trees. Warm the tar
and apply with a brush
Tho union between cion and rtcck
takr-s place by the inner bark, ffnd not
by the cut surface of the wgod ; con-
si quently the skill of the grafter l
exercised to bring the inner hark of
the scion in close contract with the
inner bark of the stock.
No farmer can continue raising
scrub stock. Between twenty years
of farming with scrub stock, and
twenty years of fanning with im
proved stock, there will be a difference
in prorits equal to the price of a fine
On all the fields ti'here the mowers
are to be used the advantage of the
lind having been previously rolled
will be noticeable. Fields tht havo
been rolled can be mowed easier, and
tho work done more completely thfeti
where tiie land is rough.
The carcass of every animal that
dies of disease should be burned.
Only by this proco s can the virus
and germs be annihilated, and the
spread of the disease be prevented.
This is especially true of animals
flying of diseases known to be contag-
President Chamberlain, of the Iowa
Agricultural College, does not behove
in permanent pastures, prefeirirg a
regular rotation of crops, with clover
and timothy meadow for two years of
the rotation. Tho land, under rota
tion, is in better heart, and you get
m-ire gras, relatively.
The more the cabbage plants are
hoed the better they will thrive. The
cabbage is a plant that succeeds best
when given chaii cultivation and
plenty of manure, as it in a gras
feeder. During dry seasons the lo.)se
earth around the plants assist in rij
Tho Sour currants tre ure to be
plagued ith the current orm. Look
for them. A little hellolttre dtisied on
I tlio leaves is an efficient protection
I 'l0 .w0"" "ever gets a cond tstaof
mis iiisoci uesiroyer. nppty u eriy
in the morning, Vhile detf i on the
leaves of tho busies.
Tho pineapple season is no?r at its
height. Ne? Yoik merchants are re
ceiving about ten thousand barrel- a
week. 'iJho barrels contain twenty
five lo tbiity extra largo pines," )r
forty tot-ixiy small ones. The season
lasts from April until August, and
annul live million pineapples aro mi
ported each year.
An oblong form is better than a
Fquare ono for the homo garden. Soul
W, 01. piU)tU(, in r0Wfi inHton(1 of
little bt-dir siinphfit-' the whole matter,
ait't .niiiuts ut tlio use of the mow and
cultivator instead .of the spado, the
Hoe unit the rake, anil mnkot. its cul
tivatioiP a pleasure insterd of t
A. 0. Hammond, PecrfJltry of the
Illinois Horticulttital Society, says he
sprayed his orchard of 300 trees w'th
LhihIoii purplo and gathered 500
bushels of apples, 85 per cent, of
which wero marketable and nearlv 75
per cent, perfect. From the same
nit m bar of unsprayed trees in an ad
joining orchard ho did not gather a
pecs oi penect iruit.
It does not tako long to patoh up
and save a tree that lias been torn
pletely girdled with mice. Take sev
eral slips or last year's growth of Jhe
u quired length, shavo each of tho
ends to a fino point, and insert one
above and the other below in the liv
ing bark. A union will bo formed
and the seaml placo will, after a few
years, bo grown ovor. While new
bark isbeiug formed on tho grafts, the
girdlo place should bo covered with
soil io exclude air. It is well to use
thobo whip gntfu whuruver a utrtff
patch has been eaten out. In a tro
girdled all aruiiud. four or Ave gmfu
should In- inmtwl ; They hiu!d i f
ill uue ,r it ty iik the tn- i gr. Mid
t. .UlI t. nmki k in if tli ,, , M
j tt U, win Uuii ;.v uv tw bo uin;rtwi
Remaiile Quotations Cakkfully Itu
visko EvnnY Week.
WHEAT Valley, 1 30U 31
Walla Walla, $1 20i 22$.
BARLEY Whole, $1 101 12 r
ground, per ton, Jf25 00(227 50.
OATS Milling, 3234c. ; feed, 44
HAY Baled, $10$13. O
SEED Blue Gr.ips. 14-JlGc; Tim
othy, 910c; Red Clover, 14l.rc
FLOUR Patent. Roller,
Country Brantf $3 75.
EGGS Per dep, 25c.
$4 00 ;
BUTTER Fancy roll, per poumf.
25c; pickled, 202oo. ; inferior
CHEESE Eastern, 1620c; Ore
gon, 1-1 16c. ; California, Mc.
VEGETABLES Beets, wr sack,
$1 50; cabbage, per 'lh., 23c; carrots.
Cper sk., $1 25 ; lettuce, per doz. 20 ;
onions, 1 0U ; potatoes, per 100 lb.,
4050c. ; radishes, per doz., 1520c ;.
rhubarb, per lb., Gc.
HONEY In comb, per lb., 18c;
strained. 5 gal. tins, per lb. 8c
POULTRY Chickens, per doz.,
$4 00(a,G 00; ducks, per doz., $5 00
6 00; gee.-,e, $6 008 00; tttrkevs,
PROVISIONS Oregon limits, Jc
jter lb.; Eastern, 1313c; Eastern
breakfast bacon, 12.. per"lb. ; Oregi.n
10f312c; Eastern lard, 10lCj. per
lb. ; Oregon, 10c.
$6 00; Riverside, fcl (; Mediterra
nean Pu l'.r.
- - ;
DRIED MBUI'PS 3lin drii ap
pft;s, 7c per lb. ; machine drid, 10
11c; piUess plunif, 13c,; Italian
prunes, 10()1 lc. ; peschef, 12I4c ;
raisins, $2 4JJ$& 3D.
WOOL Valley, 1713.; pastern
HIDES Dry h?f Jjides, 810..;
culls, 67c; feip end clf, 810c;
Murrain, 1Q lBc; tllo, 334;.
LUMBIiR Rough, per 35, 10 00;
edged, per M, fcl2 (Si; T. md G.
sheathing, per M, $13 Oi); No. 2 floor
ing, per M,$18 01); No. 2 ceiling, per
M,$1S 00; No. 2 rustic, per M, S18 00;
clear rough, per M, f0 00 ;" clear P. 4
S, per M, 522 50; No. 1 flooring, per
M, $2t' 50; No. 1 ceiling, per M,
$22 50; No. 1 rustic, per ffl, 22 50;
stepping, per M, $25 00; over 12
inches friite, estra, $1 CD; lengths 40'
to 50, extra, 2 CE); length,-. SO to (50,
extra, 4 00; 1 lath, per M, $2 25;
1& lath, gtr 31, . 3D.
BI2A5?S Quotuvmall hitef, 50 :.
pinfes, $3 ; bayos, 3 ; butfrr, f& 50 ;
Limits, 1 50 jfttr cantl.
CORFKS Qtioto. Ssilvlor, 17c;
Costa Rio, 18r($SM)c; Ri , 1820e. ;
Jav, 27c ; .irbncile's'a rtt4,82e.
SB BAT Stof, holtm, 2i3c.;
dresiRi, ; thee?', ; dieted, 6c;
ln, drottol, ttft;. ; vel, 57o.
PICKLaas-jRsinuo(fcd Ktdv at
S4LT Liverpool grdefli of Sue
quoted 18, Oil) and ?0 for tliU three
Sites; stocj salt, 1&10.
SUGAR Prices for ltarrels;aGoIdeu
C.6c. ; extra C, 6c; dry granulated,
7jjc ; cruslied, line crushed, cube and
pondered, 7c. ; extra C, 6gc; halves
nd bo;es, c higher.
An analytical chemist, of Cincin
nati, for sanitary purposes iitlvoeaU
tho boilitt" of milk beforo using, and
says his own iivo-year-old daughtr has
novei- drunk a cup that has not been
There U a man in Atchison who
builds an addition lo his houso every
time a daughter gets married, iuantioi
patiou, ho says, of tho time when she
wftl bring her husband and childn a
homo to livo with him. Q
San Francisco claims it takes los
polico foreo in proportion to popula
tion to preserve order in that city than
it does in Now York, Philadelphia.
Chicago, Brooklyn, St. Louis, Boston,
Baltimore or Cincinnati. Yet tho orig
inal population of that city eamo from,
every portion of tho worlifc
A Philadelphia man on day swal
lowed his teeth whllo eating fruit nt a
strooc sUmd. It took a button hook, a
policoman and n filo of men, with
power to win any tug of war in tho
country, to dislodge tho distressing
hnpedimont from tho man's throat.
The policeman did tho best prelimin
ary work with his vigorous thumping
of tho victim's back, though tho crowd
grew lutid and indignant ovor whnt
seemed an outrage Thoy did not
know tho gontloman had bitten oil
more than ho could swallow.
IuHho courso of a funeral Pormoli
in Stringtown tho othor day tho colorea
minister iniulo frequent uso of tho
Seripturo. "tho quluk and tho dead,''
and ovory timo ho uwsd It ho would
otwt his oye toward tho dootor in tha
otuw. Hffnliifct whom ho had a grudgi.
anyhow, and sy "Uw qiwok and tin
ded." Tlni was !,. .,- bad ft
tw 1-tllt.- .r tl,.- 11 ,.,,,, ; ,,'r U,xl ui
iii.it a i.,. , ,. v.!, ,, , hj,
lu.'.ed t.. !, r .,- i vleKiin
of it unci iNtr-nNiin piruti m'tin..i ut
tlio ijuti'jd Hint ll.i- Ui-iul. I'. nlX'. l. wlr
GREEN FRUITS Apples. $ 50-
85c; Sicily lemons. $0 006 50
California, $3 505 00 : Nhvaloraneea