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ACTIVITY OF THE GULF STREAM.
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That the gulf stream is active six hundred miles east o f New York city
0 a point in the Atlantic Ocean, where, according to the best authorities,
0 should be hardly discernible, and with such a flow as to hold back to a
Serious extent the Moltke on her western way, was asserted by Captain
ttuser, of that ship, when she arrived at Hoboken from Hamburg, Boulogne
Captain Ruser said that never before in his many trips across the
western ocean had he observed the gulf stream so active, and the tempera
ture recorded was almost phenomenal. The Moltke hnd fine weather all of
the way, and the engines were driving her at a seventeen-knot g a it when
the gulf stream was encountered. For two days before this the ship had
dropped in her speed in an almost unexplainable manner. On Monday the
Bildday reckoning showed 401 knots, the next day 307 knots, then 389 and
•82 ou the following duys, and CaptalD Ruser began to seek for the cause.
The water suddenly began .to grow warmer, and In streaks, or, as the cap
tain said, "like Angers,” and there were high temperatures that were
Coming out o f water showing from 12 and 07 degrees Fahrenheit, the
thermometer registered 80 degrees. A t this time the ship fell off in her speed
fully a knot and a half an hour, and the water took on the blue tinge so
uoticeable in the tropics.
For five hours, a distance of nearly eighty miles, this high temperature
was recorded, and all day the peculiar a c tlv ly of the gulf stream was ap-
arent When the day’s run was compared it was found that the ship had
>gged only 367 miles.
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bargain hunter. “ It certainly can’t be
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said the conscientious
young man, “ it is probably worth about
P e r t in e n t Q u ery ,
$2.50, but you asked the price.”
Him — I see your social rival, Miss
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Budd, has her picture in to-day's pa
¡able men, outside of the c ity ; pleasant work.
H. Henker, room 5, 127*^ 7th st., Portland.
Her— Indeed! What was she cured
O n e P o e t '* W is d o m .
Afe « f a v ’:'.
F rie n d ly Criticism.
“ Texas,” remarked Jaggsby, “ is a
great place for snakes. I once saw a
green and yellow snake down there 77
feet long and as big round as a whisky
“ Well, I don’t doubt It,” rejoined
Waggsby, “ but it’s doughnuts to fudge
you saw the whisky barrel before you
saw the snake.”
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after first day’s use o f Dr. Kline’ s Great N erve
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FRAN K J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
S o m e w h a t D iffe ren t.
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 1886.
“ What is the price of that antique
A. W. GLEASON,
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SCHOOL OPENS IN THE FAR EAST.
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Mothers w ill find Mrs. Winslow's Boothlng
Syrup the best remedy to use for their children
during the teething period.
I f a man could have half bis wishes
he would double his trouble.— Poor Rich-
Quadlet— Rhymer tells me he makes
big money writing obituary verses.
Spacer— Indeed! Then he has mori
sense than I gave him credit for.
Quadlet— Why, how’s that?
Spacer— He waits till he gets a mao
where he can’t kick before he begins ta
write poetry about him.
T h e K in d Y o u H a v e A lw a y s B o u g h t has b o rn e th e signa
tu re o f Chas. I I . F le tc h e r, a n d has b een m a d e u n d er his
p erson al su pervision fo r o v e r 3 0 years. A llo w no on e
t o d e c e iv e you in th is. C ou n terfeits. Im ita tio n s an d
** J u s t-a s -g o o d ’ * a re b u t E x p erim en ts, a n d en d a n ger th e
h ea lth o f C h ild ren —E x p e rie n c e a g a in s t E x p e rim e n t.
What is C A S TO R IA
C a storia is a harm less su bstitu te fo r C astor OU, P a r e
g o ric , D rops an d S o o th in g Syrups. I t is P leasan t. I t
contains n e ith e r O piu m , M o rp h in e n o r o th e r N a rc o tic
substance. Its a r e is its gu a ra n tee. I t d estroys W o rm s
and allays Feverishness. I t cu res D ia rrtn e a an d W in d
C olic. I t re lie v e s T e e th in g T ro u b les, cures C on stipation
an d F latu len cy. I t assim ilates th e F o o d , regu la tes th e
Stom ach and B o w els, g iv in g h ea lth y and n a tu ra l sleep.
T h e C h ild ren ’ s P a n a cea —T h e M o th e r’ s F rie n d .
— Chicago Tribune.
E s t im a t e d V a lu e .
Heiress — Do you like my fiance's
Friend (exsminlng photograph)— Yes
— he’s worth the price— Translated
•hr Tales from Meggendorfer Blaetter.
When w e read In an obituary of a
woman that society will miss her, we
are not as impressed as if It said her
"Seeing Is believing." is an old see-
D ls r a e lt 's T r i b u t e t o Q la d e t n a e i
Disraeli remarked of Oladatone, his
rival In politics snd yet the subject of
his profound admiration, that “be had
no redeeming defects.”
Every man becomes extra hungry on
Bunday. One Sunday a man pot up
this written notice in his kitchen: “ 1
will wait until 3 o'clock for dinner,
but no longer. At that boor. If dinner
Is not ready, a strike will begin, with
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 3 0 Years.