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iUclf in nil lint f)rtnHi'Huf Aniril
enn Hoi'ii'ty iiml intlltio. ltuntun
on evi'ry throiu' of ollioo iul of
opinion. It niattiMi'il litll U !''
ton wlit'ther it wiih Williivin Lloyd
(Inrriwm or Anthony lUirnu that I1h
iiufli wi-w ilriiisninn through the
utriH'tii. lUininwrt fujsitiv olnvo;
(.larrimui, hut for hin InlloxihliM-on-ioimn'o,
hint hi't'ii a fiiKitivf froe
man. It 1 nlmoluli-ly inioilhl,
mill rHi.'i ially for unw lunioyounj
it, to connirohi'inl tho hnrlmrinni
thut linil i"ttlnii unon th nuiuhlic
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Moiltli, 1'ri'M'nli'iit of tho Unitml
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tak I hi" up unitor tlio hi'iul of u
lliunlii'il lUNiiii"CH, iiiul I thank (ioil
we tiavo a ninu in thu chair of thu
lloimo of Hi"pr"H(n(tttiviii rat
enough in ho!y anil hrnintoihillVcr
that ourioiiH , uHHi'iuhly from Wfniit; tho railiml wi-aring uway of
Hi'mly jMilitii'laiil whohavufor yi'jirH
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Doors, Windows and Blinds
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FOR FIRST CLASS LUMBER
Geo. S McCord's Mill
on Mt. rieuaant 2 mill ! aouth of
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COWING & COWING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
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OKKy.-S fllY. oKK'iO.N
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
MAIN alKKKT, OKtO'll CirV, ohKlin!!.
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r..t Mortitcra. tii'l irau.ai.'l i.riieral
G. E. HAYES,
ATTOENLY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Oreeon, City. Oregon.
Off.! up rttli iiar Cimtl llouia
Attorney at Law.
OrejMn City, Onon.
Liirnl Business a S)Ocialty.
T. A. MrlllllliK. I'll'-""' "'
McBRIDE & DRESSER.
Attorneys t Law.
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Wkaa Habf waa ilrk, a fata har Caa(orla.
Waaa iha aa a CliiW, arlttl for Oat lor la.
Whan aha taoama Mlaa, iha elunf to Oaaaart.
WhM aha had ChlUlrao, aba f aa Umm Caatarl
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FRYE & SMITH,
Civil Enlnoor8 and Surveyors
IMIiii' iii-aflv n.i.ilu Court IIoiimd.
OUKliON CITY, OKKiiON.
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CROWCRS AND DEALERS
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Grape Vines, Small
H. (i. FERRIN. M. D.,
U"3:jei;patiiic puysicias and suhrlij!.
OroKOi) City. Ortstfon.
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liNimi al'i: licrii'K.
J. W. POWELL, M D.,
Nnrwry four liiilfn In-low Oreijun City
on thu I iHWftfo niiul.
('atitlcuiiin maili-il freu on aili-ation
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Ortami 41 Ity. Of n
For ale, Ht $10 per ni:rn, WO aiTPH o(
tlmlii-r lunil; uliout LTi miti-n hhIi timber,
A i . Iti i tilH f Kllll It R atiitinii. 2 mill-'
Of lUllltl I IILS. (,,,! hiiw mill mi U.k Ii Creek ;ailenili(J
lunil anil timlii-r; level ; leriiia i-hhv.
- - - OUKUON. Auk McUowK h 80K.
TIIK ItMTIIlim I'AKTT.
Thrlllliic Speei-U hi J. I'. IMIIer, of
The New York Lincoln t'luh ave
it fourth annual dinner on the l'.'th
Fihruary, the annivemary of
iinoln' hirth, in honor of that
. . a t a
jsreot man. At thai liaiuiuni 1 on
(jrenMnan lolliver,of Iowa, renpoiii!-
1 to the toaat, "The Kepuhlican
artv," in the following ehxpu-nt
-gci. It "liould le rea-l anil
trranured hy every repnhlii;i. lie
You will permit me at the outet
o thiiiik run for the iirivileicn of
lining in the fi-ntivitica of an in-i-a-
aionwiiicii in. ieae 1 uniiKrunu wa
rn keep alloat thu IIiik' of noiinJ
ilitii 1. It in all the more gratify
ing to Hpt ak on a day art apart in
the reverent affection of the world
,0 the memory of the inspired pat
riot, to whono keeping (iod commit
d tin? life of the nation, with all
thi-Hhinini riclu-nof puhlic liherty.
Wo do not fitly honor the name, of
,ineoln if we do not recognize ahout
h'lH hintorio finuro the hi-mci um:
HtaleMinen of the civil war, and hack
of tin-in all, tho iiainileHH millioiiH
who nave with willing heart a
that they had to the treasury of the
national defeiiMe. Nor ought we to
forget, recalling the pn-nti merit you
lavo iiiven ine, that uvery Idea
whiuh caino through tho rehi'lliuli
alive wai Itepuhlicau; that Ahra
ham Lincoln wrnught h'm mighty
work an a Kepuhlican, nnd at hint
Hanctilied hy hia hlood the preeepta
of the Kepuhlican faith.
When Lincoln wiih elected there
1 ii- 1
waa no governiiieui ai iiHiuiigion
to apeak of, only a Democratic ad
iniuiHtration ipiartereil there
helph'HH paralyn'iM, while tho iigenta
pf the hIiivo jiower nut ahout th
hiiteH in the fragrant Hinoku of ti;
in-lit clgara nii'l ciintrivcil their In
fiunoun purHinii iigalunt tho im
tional life. Tho KeptihllcKn purty
eomiB upon tho wiene, and with one
Htroke of tho grandoHt hand of thiio
modern centurie, Ahrahain Linuol
lifted thu old republic of our fa
them ahove tho noiHeof politic! and
the flame of Initio and gavo to civ
And vet within two yeara of the
dav the militia of Virginia reveled
in drunken carounala alaiut tho
Hcall'old of John llrown, the aoul of
that iHMir old Immortal maniac waa
'. . . . . . . . -v . I
marching la (ore the greau-ai artneu
honta the world ever aaw, on who
banner the Kepuhlican party had
written the auhlimv proininen of puh
lic liherty. - '
Wo have heard a g'od deal alnnit
the aurplua In the treamry, a proh
lenithathan made the Peiuucratic
party of our day na crazy a they were
30 yeara ago over the more familiar
emharraitaiuent of a treaaury delii-it.
The idea of lending Jann Kuehan
an'a Secretary of the Treanury any
conaiderahle aum of money never
entered the head of any hanker lit
That olllcial hawked the Immli of
tho country in every markt, anjj
could hardly raine caMi imoiigh to
enahlo the ailininiHlration to move
iU hounehold elVevt out of the cap
ital. Tho iiieanii-l railway in the
United SUtca.lallanted wiUi awaiup
grana and cnteatiml with kiielliug
wiHid, can raine more caah on it
flratt morteiu'e lecuritici than the
old fashioned IeniiMUatio party
could on the aolen n UnnU and oh
ligationa of the Aiio ricau Kepuhlic
You have nad that ILhrew
Halm (irepared hy Aaph for the
ritual of tho puhlio worahlp, which
recount Iho atrango vloiaaitudea of
tho Hebrew pvplo froniMoaea to
David KiaUlir a h' old .He
brew nation lined to lng ago after
age their majeaticwar annga, turned
into eyllahle of munio hy their na
tional H-t, o in every American
home, not only in the manaioiia of
luxury, hut in theijuiet cottage of
the people, where lovo build pala
ce of white marble and lay up
tn-aiture of bright gold, tho worn
and patient face of Abraham Lin
coln ahuuld look from tho wall, and
leave of hi biography, houldcoliie
to year educated in the f.iHcinating
legend of patriotimn and lilx-rty.
No jxilitical party can live upon
. . . t-.t:
it recoril alone. 11 urn a 1111111
mid U done tho Kepuhlican party
ould do it. Nor on It promme
one; for if euch a thing could be
one the Democratic party would
have dono it. A party luunt meet
the now I'lii-ation of the day, and
nuiHt compleU" iU unfiniHhe,i huij-
I do not know how you gnntli!
men aro fixed on theology, hut I he
lievo that Infinite Jimtlce will hold
thii nation to aivount for the mi
rable cowardice that ha nciui('H0" d
in the overthrow of free citienihip
in one-tenth of tho national terri
We wonder Hoinetimea wliat do
ated the Kepuhl'ean party five
i, ..! ! !. It... I
ear ago. Mine tmua iv ninm
exiuiile mixture of headncho and
gall which ha paod into comedy
a tho "mugwump;" other think
it wa the mo covered nolo of Dr.
Ilurchard; other that it wa the
a . 1 it 1 1.
manager of tho Minuay anornoon
leimrtinent of lVinoeratic. uditic,
Mr. St. John, of Kiiiiho.
I ay that neither the one nor the
other nor all of them put together
could have defeated the Kepuhlican
iarty, led hy th foreiuoHt politi
cian of our generation, If the party
iad been faithful to tho duty laid
upon it ly the providence of (hid in
tho emancipation of 11 race.
We hear much thee day about
ballot reform. Tho true ballot re
form in tho United State itho con-
miming firo of public opinion that
will make it impracticable for men
or partiea to enjoy the proceed of
felony ngainattln." right of Ameri-
1111 cjlizeiiHliip. T!le -i11"! ' l'l"n"
. 1 ui 1.
ing when mi iiiup Hiinn uam 10
proHont tiiniHclf for oath nt tin' hni"
of tho Aiuerh'iin IJouhu of Iluprc
iiintiitlvo from a ooinmunlty where
tho voto hu not hcen freely cant
and honoHtly counled. Tho man
who In thi lutitudo clamor for tho
Aimtralian MyHtoin of voting without
hrwaking hi pnrtnernhip with tho
MiiMHsipii nyHtein of counting
vote i a coiiKjiicuou fraud, wheth
Wave Action .
Wave ami wave action form an
interi-ting Htudy. We nee the bil
low Milling toward tho nhore, then
bruiiXtfie MiimJ and pebble w uli-
itig backM'tt'd with them; who ha
not luited thj rapid change of tho
ocertn beach? Thi Mtorni tearing it
away.Niuid that ono broatlening it
the eruption of a volt nuo, 1 now
known to' jircnent only tiit? f'henoifl.
tlia of uhay'exJ.hiAil. ;- l
The reaon, why ,t! o .'ihlican
party hft ty light f t ey-
ry electiou, Jh hmt-ttio
nlow In calllt1'', if unfluiahed
i)UMiuea. , g ,
There arc a gnttV-jnanv people,
tnot of them ien of property and
influence, who applauded the late
l'reidett wln-u he net tho veto of
hi little brief authority against the
decent provision of Congee for the
iuflriuitie of age and dieao that
are fanl scattering the broken rank
of the old Union army.
A tho HHple road these mcsHa
ge day after day, each one carrying
te omo cripple, me widow, some
old father or mother, aiding in the
shadow of death, they could not
help thinking of the day, in March,
l.Ht'i5, when Abraham Lincoln stood
on the eat portico of Ihe oapilol
and in the niiiuo of the American
!ipl proiuiied to care for him w ho
had txiriie tho battle and of hi
widow and his orphan children,
They could not help thinking of
that rainy April morning. jut bo
foro treason had done it work,
when the I'risi'lent went down to
the hopilal at City Point, and in
tho glooiu of those dull wall held a
reception at tho bvlside of tho nick.
wounded and dying, more princely
than if blazing chaudrlieri had
llanhed upon the jewel of the capl
2 hi nation I rfchjenough am
leneruu enough to Ue ('aro of lh
disabled veteran atul UteirdciH-ud
out familirs, and It nuke absolute
lv no difference what it oost. It
would ho Mt'-r for all the exchang-
eof wealth to bo plundered, every
IkiiuI repudiated, every contract
broken, every coin of the realm de
based, rather than that the old age
of tho Union armv hould bo em-
bitterod by tho approaching shad
ow of poverty and want.
I rejoice that we have a man in
the place of Lincoln, whose exjieri
once enables him to comprehend th
national obligation, ami whoso heart
is open to tho infirmities of hisdi
aided comrade. Already hi ad
min int mt iuii ha won to it mipport
tho great body of people w ho seek
no oflice; who prefer to do husinef
for theniHelve rather than work
for tho puhlio for their board ant
If any mistake hu been made it
is tho mistake of tho party and no1
of the rrchiduut, nnd tt lie in tin
direction of d' piing the inotivt
of party activity and closing t
honorablo party service, tho avenin
of honorablo party ambit ion.
When a man get too good to see
the dill'erenco between a Uepubli
can and 11 Democrat ho ought to
join tho choir invisible. Thii iwir
row earth, with it tin of frient
ship and mutual help in common
thing, i too little for him
Finally, gentlemen, I want to uy
that tho appearance in American
HliticH of a character like Abraham
Lincoln wa not an accident
meant the overthrow of all the mi
crablo aritoeracie of race, ami
rank, and creed, and wealth, ami
tho coronation of the true royulty of
upright manhood. I would have
tho Kepubllciiu party go hack to
tho gravu of it great leader, and,
kneeling upon the Hacred earth, re
new tho vigor of it youth by rccon
Midi-ration of it t-rvice to tho plain
peoploof the United Slate.
ilization tho nation of America. In
18G0 tliflHlave power hud intronchod or ho happen to bo Governor of
Alter the Hood.
" I lavo you seen it yet?" excited
ly linked a fresh youth poking hi
head in the reporter's room. " No,
what i il?"iivniiTHnvVVl Hci-ibc
i tlloy fell for tlx'lr note hook.
Why, if all overtuwu," "What
ia?" ventured tho youngest pencil
pusher, " Mud!" jelled tho unsalt-
t 111! 1 1 11 1 I
en villain, Hiauiumig 1110 aoor un
bind him with ftiioh u force that it
drowned tho roar of profanity
which followed tho exit.-Now York
It take a wise man to answer nil
of a child' questions; hut n wiso
man will never try to do it.
island along their seaward face,
while, at the same time, making to
leeward. What i the mean effect
of wsv$ action on the continents i
a subject w hich, for the most part,
ha been treated hy hyilrograjsir
like Admiral Davis, Lieutenant
Maury, and Iteautetnps-lleaupre.
Now come ageologiit, I'rof. Shah-r,
who, in a recent paper, discusses the
subject from thu standjaiint of ono
familiar with continent formation,
that i to ay, from effect to cause
a well a from cause to effect. All
tho rock, he ay, hoar undeniable
evidence that tho ea ha swung
over them in the oscillation of the
ontineut in it alternate uprisings
ami duwiuiiiking. All wnve, ave
those coming from submarine up
heaving, are caused by the wind.
Wind come from variation of tem
perature, the great trado wind be
ing an effect of the disparity be
tween the heat of the tropic nnd
the poles; difference in teiniM-raturc
Mwecn -a ami laml causing local
wind. You can Htudy wave action
on an ordinary jiond. So. say the
author. If tho shore bo a shriving
one, the wave will topple over, a
do the ocean' surges, and strike-
their blow. After un artificial
pond ha existed for a short period,
it i easy to -o where these re-
H-utetl blow have cut tho earth Up
on it shelving lidei, so a to form
wha i called a wave scarf, and
uwtln) prot oM of erosion gia-s on.
On ordinary toil, even ujaairis-k
of moderate hnrdne, thi wave ao
lion combined with the freezing
hic take place in winter brink
up the eirthy material and bear it
Thu top of the wave move
ibore rapidly . than tlu: bottomi;
thu all wave ewnj't ahorNi have an
undercurrent movement of their
water, which U off fnnu tho ooait
line towanl tho dociM-r water.
Wherever a wavo roll up on a
shore, it grind up a certain amount
of material. With tho reflux of the
surgo thi material i carried off to
the edge of the deen-r water, the
margin of the urf U-lt, where the
umlertow come in to drag the debris
still further from theeoast. Under
tow ha no influence near the ur-
face, which et ihoreward while it
i pressing seaward. Many live
are lost at the bathing bench", he
thinks, Ix-cause tho exhausted
swimmer essay to struggle ashore
foot intttud of throwing himself
out flat in tho inrface water.
Wave while scarfing a hich
against the shore buiM out a shelf
compoacJj of all the material they
had dragged from tho land, lave
that gono into complete solution
from grinding. ly this he mean
tho ntttsid" bar, with which every
bather i familiar, tho enine being
compiled of the detrituti. Hun
dreds, indeed thousand of mile in
land aro found sandstone and clay
deposit, which, In nearly all cae,
indicate the former presence of the
sea, under which they were formed
precisely a liko formation exist to
day in tho outer bur.
Ono wutchea the billow break
against the coast rink nnd dill.
They Hi-em to make no impression.
Hut tho author say thut, should, wc
listen during the atorui, tho force
ful grinding against their buses of
tho stone the ecu ha brought,
could t'O distinctly board, Thi
abrasion got on till, little bv little,
rock, ledge, cliff, topple over and
aro ground up.
Ity wavo action theenntinent are
gradually brought to a state of level
surfaces, Iho waste being distribu
ted in broad plain.
Thus, say l'rof. Shaler, on tho
eastern shore of North America tho
wave aro driving tho hhoro inland
to the westward, and building on
the sea floor a plain, which i con
stantly intending fci tho eastward.
Tho grent southern plain of tho
United State, Including pnrU of
tho Carolina, (leorgin, Alabama,
MlHsissippi, and ull of Florida, U a
portion of moh an emerged son
bottom, composed of material worn
from tho oltlcr part of the conti
nent. Itnin not to out tho land
vertically downward, tho wave of
ocean and of lake to piano them
off horizontally. In a general way
11 l. nil ...
uicsomr lorccs uglH ntftlllSl tho CX-
itonco of nil continent and islandi
Loft to theniHolvos, theo Bolar force
would reduce Out -earth. In thu
cnurHcof time, to tho state of uni
versal ocean. - Scientific American.
A I'oullrjr House.
A poultry house i very much
needed ill the spring in order to
furnish the hen a place to lay ami
act. When no H!cial provision i
iiiatto in thi rcss-ct there i a con
ridcrahln km both in egg that aro
not secured, ami ulso in tho los of
the young poultry by allowing tho
hen to lay ami set out.
When it tan ho done without too
much inconvenience, ono of the l-t
situation for tho txiultry houe 1
in tho orchard. Having the place
where tho house i to stand high
ami dry will save considerable work
in securing good drainage.
The house need not lie exjieusive,
in fact it will be advisable in many
case to build cheap and yet with
sill so that if necessary it can bo
readily moved, a it will be a good
plan not to allow it to remain 111
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one place loo long, vt un goon,
rough lumber and by battening the
crack and lining with tarred pa
per, a very comfortable bouse can
I built at a comparatively small
... . . ... ....
exeuo. Hie root siiouiu imi ngni
11 this i an item in keeping the
The roosting place should be sep
arate from tho nests, for several rea
son!; ono is for cleanliness; then
there will lie lus disturbance; ami in
thi wav better result can be u-
cured. Tho roost should be reason
ably low and all on a level; use flat
strip instead of round pole for the
nuita, and arrange them so that
they ran readily bo taken down
and cleansed if necessary.
The same applies to tho nest
taixcs; it will be I nt to make them
so they can be taken down, us the
work of thoroughly cleaning up w ill
U- much It- than if they are made
stationary. Make tight all around
and then provide ventilation either
on the roof or by window so that it
can bit confined in lad weather.
Convenience should be made an
U-iii, and th roost?, iirif ami pla
eoi for the young juultry, should ull
bo arranged to economize time in
feeding and t aring for them.
Ity letting them have the run of
the orchard they w ill pick up a large
nuuilier of insect that will other
wie injure the tree or the fruit.
A Nerel I'rojeet.
When It wa stated ome week
Mince in tho newpn tiers that tho
building of a milk pipe line from a
point in New York tate to New
York city wa projected there wa a
rather general mile, and the mat
ter wiih treated a a joke. Tin pro
jector were, however, it seem, In
sober earnest. A company wun a
capital of 1500,000 ha, it i an
nounced, ken formed at Middie-
iwn, N. Y., for the purjwse of con-
atructing uch a line. The pro-
IHisexl method of forwarding the
milk is .in cylindrical tin can sur
rounded and proiiollcd by water,
nnd tho promotor of the schema
assert that the time of transjwrta
tion for a distance of 400 miles will
not exceed an hour, while the profit
will Ik) about one cent a gallon.
f thi ort of thing goes on, wo
need not be surprised erelong to
find New York the converging point
not only of oil, natural gaa, and
milk pipelines, but of whiky duct
from the blue grne region, and
beer duct from Cincinnati, St. Lou
is, and Milwaukee. The pipe man
ufacturer may well feel cheerful at
the prospect lx:fore them.
A Dot that I'rlnt a I'sptr.
Of Value at Some Time.
S'xmgc a shiny coat with ammo
nia and water.
Soak muchiiu-oil stain in col
w ater before washing.
Salt dissolved in alcohol, it
said, will remove grease spots from
Use no other than thchmt quality
of snap in the kitten, a it saves
Clidhee dry out much stiffer
when powdered borax i put into
the hot starch immediately before
The surest way to test an orange
thought to I frozen, is by it weight
If it i heavy to tho hand it is not
Cold alieod fried jKitatocs tust
U'tter by sprinkling a tcnspoonful
of flour over thorn w hile frying
A tt-ftspoonful of wheat charcoal
taken immediately after a meal i
an excellent remedy for heartburn
When n felon first begin
inako it appearance, take a lemon
ut oil' the end, put tho finger in
and the longer it i kept there the
Kusty black cushuiero should be
).mgod w ith (Hiual part of alcohol
and ammonia, diluted with a little
warm water. When pressing, use
a piece of alpnea or undressed cam
bric next the warm iron.
Individual pepper and salt, fan
cy and cut glass jug for oil and
vinegar and iiuuint mutard pots,
have usurped tho place of castor
on tho homo table for n long time,
nnd continue to do bo.
Printing pree are usually run
in thi country by steam jxiwer, by
water jxiwer, electric motors and by
main strength and awkwardness:
hut the machine that grinds out
the I'lain City Dealer ii run by
og power. A largo wheel about
ten feet in diameter and awut two
feet in w idth is connected with the
drive wheel of the pros hy means cf
a belt. Cleats aro placed about a
foot apart on the inside of tho
wheel, w here " Joe," the journalistic
dog, walk his weary round, and
thu causes the wheel to revolve.
Joe ha run the press for about five
yeara, and ha faithfully earned hit
hash every week. It is now about
time for him to die and go where
gtxsl iloc, sjway go, and the pro
priotor of the Dealer is casting about
for another canine. Part of Joe is
sliephord i)nd the rt i common,
everyday dog. Columbu (Ohio)
Down in Mission Kottom they
have a very wise sow. The row be
long to Alex, Itfollott. When the
Hood civmeup she mado 11 beo line
for Ken Jones' house. The door
on the lower lloor had been left
open to let the water in, and so the
sow walked into tho parlor, went up
stairsi nd crawled into u bed. When
the men went to Mr. Jones's house
they found tho sow nnd tried to
drive her out, hut she didn't pro
pose to go out and get drowned.
At last report tho sow had posses
sion. Salem Statesman.
Genius unexerU-d is no more gen
ius than a bushel of acorns i a for-
out of oak. There may be epica
in men's braius, just as there are
oaks in acorns, but tho tree and
book must come out In-fore we can
measure them. We very naturally
recall hero that class of grumblers
ami wishers who spend their time
in longing to 1 higher than they
are, while they should be employed
in advancing themselves. How
many men would fain go to bed
dunces and wake up Solomons!
You reap what you have sown.
Those who sow dunce seed, vie
seed, lazinojs seed, usually get a
crop. They that sow wind, reap a
whirlwind. A man of mere "capa
city undeveloped'' ia only an organ
ized day-dream, with a skin on it.
A flint and a genius that will not
strike fire are no better than wet
junkwood. Ralph Waldo Kmorson.
Small allowance: Gentleman (to
tramp) What, you here again? It
has'nt been a w eek sinco I gave you
a half dollar. Tramp Great heav
ens! you don't oxpocta man to live
n week on such a short allowance,
do you? Wash. Star.
lie was noted for his Chesterfield
ian address, and had been very ill.
"You were at death's door," re
marked tho doctor, a his patient
lx-gan to mend. " Really, doctor,"
replied tho man of tho world, " do
do you know w hether I ah left
my card?" Harper's Razar.
The refusal of a Detroit strt-et car
company to receive coppers from
passengers brought out the fact not
generally known, that one, throe and
five cent pieces are legal tenders un
to twenty-live cents, while ton.
twenty, twenty-fivo and fifty cent
piece arc legnl tenders up to 110.
A box of powdered borax should
nlways he kept on tho sink shelf. A
little ndded to the watsr in which
dish towels nro washed, will help
to keep them clean, and nt the same
tunc keep the hands soft and
Toucher (to dull boy of tho cIuhb)
Which New England state bus two
capitals? Hoy Now Hampshire
Tcachor Indeed I Name thorn.
Hoy Capital N nnd capital II
Wife " James, do you know that
you are 11 very small man?" Hus
band "How ridiculous! I am
nearly six feet in height." Wife
"That makes no diffcrense; when
ever I ask you for money to go shop
ping you are always short."
Thcro is a great movement on the
part of tho anarchists when the-'
bar-kecper offers to treat to beer.
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