The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889, November 02, 1888, Image 2

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A WOMAN ON WOMA
horses and four buggies have been re­ window of tbe third list of an apart­
AGRICULTURAL
MARKET REPORT.
(I » *»■ Franol«.«, l*dT k ,,,
covered.
His letters .show he had ment house in Brooklyn, N. Y. Tbe
F.euJtarttlM.rH.««.^ *5.’
young mother left a family of three
Several aliases.
H ei . iabi . f . Q uotations C arzfvi . lt R k D evoted to taie I nterests or F armers
Women in Ahis country berli .
children, all uwder 4 years'of age.
Killed by the Cara.
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anu S tockmrn . J#| -
rule, to feel old when they ure'
PUBLISHED
FRIDAY
visbd E very W eek .
A lleavlct’a Fatal Leap.
Frank Masliado, a young Spaniard,
thirty, but they will rarely acknot,^
Anton
Blonder,
while
being
con
­
LAFAYETTE. - - OREGON A GAMBLER'S RASH ACT. while jumping off and on a. freight
WHEAT— Valley, «1 300*1 31
In the old worm fenees the top rail the. fact, even among themselve» 'l i’
train while switching, at (Wrojte Cal., veyed to Joliet (Ill.) penitentiary, to Walla Walla, $1 20@l 224-
was
Didst apt to be A heavy one, with reason. Is that t^ey begin what 1„ knu*
fell under the wheels and was run enter upm a three year.’ sentence, es­
USES OF ALUMINIUM.
,«
,01 the smaller rails at I he bottom; *0 ai as life when far*too young Hh(j wh
over, and hiB ankle was so badly caped Jrom the sheriff and jumped
BARLEY—Whole, $11001 124 ( q make a close barrier against pig« they ought still to be In the i,lllWv i
Á tolBMS Arter »tabi»«-*. A Haul crushed that death' multsd from the from the train. He received a frac­
Fa.ts About ■ Rub.tunc. Which H m B m !
grouud, per ton, 525 00®27. oO.
gIld vt()er BmU1 8tock Thig nl|Uie the they are ).oor, they have to <fo llm
Tblef Arrrste*. Know Slbrda
C.ll^l th. IS.tal of th. Fatara.
ture of the skull, which jsvill prove
shocks
OATS-Milling, 32@34c.; feed, 44 fence top heavy, and it toppled over. with the world and if rich they h»«.
Kurard.
Aluminium, th* commonest, th*|
fatah .
Haugs* Himself.
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Nowadays the top rail is more ant to to struggle fhfough it* luxuries,
hardest, the lightest and the most
A t'itll 6i Snow In the South.
doubtlews wearies one and proves th
A
marine
named
Fritz
Oppinger,
be a barbed wire than anything else.
durable of metals, is yet of recent dis­
There was a light snowfall at Harris­
harder battle of the two. If a
HAY—Baled, $10®$13.
i
Vallejo, Cal., who has been confined
covery, comparatively speaking, and
burg, Va. The weather was very cold.
DECAPITATED BY THE TRAIN.
SEED—Blue Grass, 144@ 16c.; Tim
In New fork State tbe grape crop has to work when very young, she W?J
but little used. Thousands ot dollars
for drunkenness at the Marine bar­
naturally feci the effects before she Ù
have b6en spent in the metallurgy of
racks at Mare island, hanged himself Fitlul fall»' oi.Anow, fell’at Pulaski othy, 94@10c.; Red Clover, 14015c.
gives promise of being unusually thirty.
If she Is rich and whi/
with a piece of his ooat from the grat­ City, Va., aud there was a light fall in
this’metaL without. appaWntly, any
large. Every year t^e vineyards are
the mountains.
FLOUR— Patent Roller, $4 00; ' receiving better attention from th» through life in a roiind of disslp»«!,,
ing in his cell.
very satisfactory results; and though
A Laipbler’s ll««h Act.
she is worn out at thirty. There a™
Country Brand, $3 75.
vast strides have been made within th*
Anethrr Bank Package Stolen.
A well-ktiown gambler named Frank
growers,
and what has for years been very few w<»wn indeed, who «.„„¿J
rower«, «nd
Fire at Lakeport.
past few years, th* use ot aluminium is Woolstead. alisa . Tele Olstead, shot. . - Fire broke out in Tully’s merchan­
Tha fact ha* just Uamipired that a
-------- known sb the Hudson River Peach
EGGS—Per doz, 25c.
and eai ry themselves with any reran!
itlllTn its Infancy.
District is fast giving way to the cul­
twice with suicidal intent, in dise store, at Lakeport, Cal., and in a package containing $5,800 was stolen
to health or longevity. At thirty th®
0 Aluminium, the metallic base of himself
BUTTER
—
Fancy
roll,
per
pound
tivation
of
grapes,
thtywers
Bay
there
from the New York National Bank of
~
talumina, and “the metal of th* future,” a pawn-broker’s shop at Los Angeles, short time that store, Mrs. Green’s
25c.;
pickled, 20@25c.;
inferioi is ntueli more iponey in them; and life of the majority al ïüumi 1»
Republic, in some mysterious manner.
the beet part of their existence is gone.
aa it ha* been called. Is a whitish Cal. He asked for a revolver, and as lokging house and Mrs. Bray’s lodging
grade, 15@25e.
they
require,
as
a
whole,
less
attention.
soon as he got it placed the muzzle to
There are few women like Patti or
A Spy In Cmup. <
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^ metai much resembling silver. Very his abdomen and fired. The bullet house and restaurant were consumed,
CHEESE—Eastern, 16@20c.; Ore­
and Levy’s two-story brick with a
Bernhardt« They are the exception
^little of it 1* made in this country, the
A
great
scare
has
been
caused
in
the
passed through him and styuck a man
Wherever commercial fertilizers are that prove the rule.
largest quantities being made in En­ named James Gillespie in the side, the stock of merchandise was badly dam­ war department over information to gon, 14@16e.; California, 14jc.
sown
with
the
drill,
the
bulk
of
duvet
_ The foundation of a woman's life ||
gland, (rermany and France. The ball ranging round and lodging in his aged. The total loss was $13,000, in­ the effect that a young British officer,
VEGETABLES— Beets, per sack. I
pure metal is very difficult to work, chest. Gillepsie is watchman at the surance $6,700.
;e, per lb., 2 jc.; carrots, and grass seed will be found in the InlffVhen she is young. One Mn n„t
who has been in this countru, lias pen­ $1 50; c
and can not be soldered, consequently Southern Pacific depot, and happt ned Saloon Keeper Fatally Wounded. etrated the secret of operating our tor per sk., $1 251
¡£, per doz. 20c.; rows with the grain. It would be bet­ live a life and h&we another one after,
w, per 100 lb«.. ter fur both if they were a little sep ward. When young we are. slway,
it can only be used to a limited extent to be in the shop at tne time trying on
Theodore Medina, of «Napa, Cal, as­ pedoee, upon which we mainly depend onions.il 00; pot
•
where It can be riveted, or employed a coat. His wound is very dangerous. saulted Capt. Baxier with a knife, cut­ for coast defenses, and that lie has se­ 40@50c.; radishes, per doz., 15@20c. ; arated. Borne fanners drag down the more apt to be impr. spoil or dazzled by
drill marks liekire growing grass seed, thoap who live reckless lives. Ths
in solid pieces, and this renders it only Woobtead fired a second shot into the
cured complete drawing and forwarded rhubarb, per lb., 6c.
and clairtr--to 'get better results. povJii
“bf
ftillv (level.
d««»L
potfitf- "6f
oi reasoning
reasoning is not fully
devel-
suitable for making oertain pieces ot floor, a third into the ceiling, and a ting him so seriously that he will die. them to England.
HONEY—In comb, jper lb., 18c.; Others, who do not, hud their timothy opodirr.nd
opoitirnni we are imbued with wlistis
jewelry and articles for table use or for fourth into his own head. Despite his Medina’s wife frequently visited Bax­
ter’s saloon, and Medina accused him
A Sudden Dcalh.
strained,
5
gal.
tins,
par
lb.
8|c.
standing
in
rows
the
subsequent
ple&AÜral
ornament. When chased or made to terrible injuries he is yet alive, but is
plea-iftable. But in after years these
of giving her whisky and opium. An-
spring, showing as plainly as the bon* s memories and recollections will return
Among“ those who atteuded the fun­
look dull or frosted it quickly soils, not expected to recover. He is about
POULTRY — Chickens, per <ioz.. on a half starved horse.
altercation following, Baxter chasing eral of the Mennonite bishop at Lan­
but a watch case simply polished will 33 years old. The’supposed cause of Medina and striking him with a bil
to in. They can never be forgotten.
$4 00@6 00; docks, per doz., $5 00@
The fruits of our early life wi iretnrn
wear for twenty years without change his rash act is despondency, as he re­ hard cue, the latter drew a knife and caster, Pa., was Henry W. Btehmah, 6 00; geese, $6 00@8 00; turkeys
In sowing grass for pasture, the best to us also a hundredfold, nnd then we
or tarnish, evqn if touched by acid. A cently served a long sentence 111 jail drove it into Baxter’s lung. Medina who married a grand daughter of per lb., 12^0.
Broadway jeweler shows ''some very for gambpug.
Bishop Steliman. He noticed a pim­
results are reached by sowing a mix­ reap the harvest of youthful follies that
claims the act was in self-defense.
PROVISIONS—Oregon hams, 12^
pretty rings in this metal set with
ple on hisriinger while listening to the
It is. not
ture—for instance,of red top, timothy, are incffaceplile.
A Chinese Aclpr Slabbed.
Fire In u New HcNidence* ,
diamonds. A set of after-dinner coffee
funeral sermon, and he pricked itwitn per lb.; Eastern, 13@13^c.; Easton Kentucky bluegrass, meadow fescue, -surprising that ’ th. re are
Chun Fun, an actor at the Chinese
breakfast
bacon,
124<
‘
.
per
lb
;
Oregon
Fire
broke
out
in
the
fine
new
resi
­
spoons has a repousse design on the
a pin. Before the funeral waB over he
who.
-when
.and meadow oat grass—'tearing in few women
handles and gilded'TBMH»,, They are theatre at 8an Francisco, was stabbed dence of Angus Mackintosh, president became so sick he had- to be taken 10(a) 12c.; Eastern lard, 100114c. ¡an ''-mind that a mixture of several sorts it lanced
in
yeans
are
lb.
;
Oregon,
10^c.
His hand and arm were
very handsome and are miieb lighter and probably fatally wounded by a of theJMerchanta' National bank, at home.
more likely to afford berb.tge through to enthrall or hold the public. A wo.
than silver spoons of the same’ size, highbinder, who afterwards made his Seattle, VV. T., supposed to have been twollen to twice their natural size be­
GREEN FRUITS— Apples, $ 50 I the whole summer, and io be more man who is capable of doing this must
which is certainly a recommendation. escape. Fun was in iris room when the result of spontaneous combustion fore he reached home. '1 lie swelling @ 85c.; Sicily lemons, $6 0006 50 i peimanent. > In
seeding «v«
for mvwuvw»,
meadows, not only be personally attractive but
u occu«««^
Bangles are also very effective when the murderer entered and demanded in a room where had been thrown by spread over his “entire body, and he California, $3 50@5 00; N ival orange* though, it is better to sow only on< she must be endowed with that rarer
made of this metal. Mr. George Lorll- money. This was refused, and the as­ workmen a lot of greasy clothes. The died shortly after in great agony. De­ $6 00; Riverside, $4 00; Mediterra­ kind of seed, as the different kind, gift of mental attraction. Paint and
lard, appreciating the lightness ol sassin drew a knife and stabbed him fire was quickly extinguished and the ceased was but 33 years old, but he nean, $4 25.
will very seldom be ready to harvest powder, a smile and a well-made dress
had, through his own exertions, bi-
aluminium, had shoes mnde for one of in the neck, wrist and across the tem­ damage was only about $200.
at the same time.
will do much to captivate the foolish
ple.
The
highbinder
then
ran
away.
coii
w
the-
owner
■
of
Seven
of
.Lincas-
his favorite horses. It is used for
DRIED FRUITS—Sun dried af« '
public, but an enduring and pleiwurabh
Killed by a llurstlng Canon. -- ■teircOIIniy’STlntJMl farms. “While ac­
pies, 74c. per lb.; machine dried, 10(a ,
making oigarette cases and frames ‘of
Burglar* Arrested.
what growth grape impression can only be secured , by
Thomas Bogun was instantly killed quiring this great property be also lie; pities« plums, 13c,; Italian I . It is surprising
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opera glasses. Bookbinders use it, and
The jewelry e^tHbluhmeiit oi Wen-
made
inniaoll
a
classical
scholar
by
prunes,
10@14c.; peaches, I24@14c.:' v,,’e” will make over an evergreen; if cleverness and intelligence on both
the lettering on lead pencils is fre­ dell & Haller, at Chehalis, W. T., was by the bursting of a canon at a demo­
assiduous study. He took an-active raisins, $2 40@2 50.
I given a chance to run. With only sides. The American air and American
cratic speaking at Tulare, Cal.
quently made of it It also makes very
robbed on the night of August 11th
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part in politics, and was president of
—2—,—
(.moderately rich soil the vine will en- climate are often erroneously held
excellcnlpqp», (yid will not corrode in last, and gold and srlverwatebee, rings, A Portland noy Hunting i«i- «Islers
die local club. He was hx.ked on as
WO0L—Valley, 17@18c.; Eastern tirely cover the tree, killing it after a_ reiqHinsibl^^for. the premature aging
Any Ink.
Willie Hall, a bright looking lad, 10 tue future farmer king of lamcaster Oregon» 9($15c.
chains and other articles valued at
| few years. Its tendrils diug to the ■of women, whereas the fault is
The pure metal may be purchased in $1,500 stolen. The thieves went to
years of age, was lakA ’W» the office county.
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slender stems of the evergreen foliage. with themselves and the live*
this city at $15 a pound, and the alloy San Francisco to dispose of their
HIDES—Dry beef hides, 8@10e.; xnj wj]| not relax their held. The they lead. Our wiimeu take no
of
the
chief
of
policb-at
San
Francis
­
Murdered
lu
W>
omlug.
at 8, but it is expected that - the price plunder, and Detectives Dan Coffee,
nulls, 6^87e.; kip ami calf, 8@ lOj.; 1 hjg]ier tbe vine ruus the finer lh< exercise In thé open air. They will
co, to be detained until hiBsisters, who
111 formation’ has been received from Marrains10 012c., tallow, 3@34c.
will be even lower before long.
Hanley and Silvey arrested Wm.Duu-
g apes and the harder th y are to get. daily go shopping, than which them is
livirg here, are
livng
But the chief uses of aluminium are lap and James Bartlett and placed are supposed 1 to.
Rock
Springs,
Wyoming,
of
the
mur
­
say»«>is penults are
I
LUMBEB—Rough, tier M, $10 00 . ‘f'8 n<il “
way
8ive grap«' no more fatiguing occupation, but it is
In the forms of alloy, which seem des­ them in the eity prison. A portion of found. The boy
at about two mouths ago der by Unknown persons of 8. M. edged;--p^^M, $12 00; T. and G. vines their will over any kind of trees. not exercise. They bta'oine no wearied
tined to take the place of steel, iron the stolen properly was found on their dead, and that
Wall, of Philadelphia, aud C. L. Strong Blieathing, prr M, #13 00; No. 2 floor A */*> “vat trellis will cost but little, that they ride home on a car Instead of
and other metals where they are ex­ nersons, and in a valise in their room he left his old home in Portland, Ore­ of New York.
Both were wealthy ing, per M, $18 0^; No. 2 ceiling, pei . a,ld be every W»X more «“Hafactory.
gon, with bis tww sisters.
They
walking. A walk to or around the
posed to heavy work, its tensile strength was stored the rest of the jewelry.
stopped over at Sacramento, fcud a young men who had been spending M,$18 00; No.2 rustic, per M, $18 00; 1
park would be exercise, or to climb
.
being far greater than thirt of Bteol. Chief Crowley telegraphed the author­
few days later his sisters came to this the summer hunting. Il is supposed clear rough, per M, $20 00; clear E. 4
over
the hills ucross the bny, and how
Mr.
J.
P.
Lawes,
whose
opinion
The ohief alloys are oopper and anti­ ities at Chehalis, and the sheriff ar­ city.
Willie grew homesick and that they were robbed by the guilty
5^: N,°- 1 doorinS> P<” everybody respects, says he does not many American women are there who
mony. but alloyed jxlth brass, it gives rived and will take the buiglars back started ont in search of his. sisters party.
ever take such exercise? Jdt they
out a clear, ringing sound when struck on a charge of burglary.
$22 50; Noil rustic, per'«,’ $2" W, ' UA!“k t.l,[ 'I'“1’11? °.f a c°w’8 milk is
The police will endeavor to bring
A Nnlvnlion Army Mun Killed.
would Ire in far better health If thoy
and makes an excellent metal for bells.
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about a meeting.
Derapllale* by a Traill.
A member of the Salvation Army stepping, (>er M, $25 <«0; over 12 i‘
did so. The majority of American
Aluminium bronze Is used in making
inches
wfcte/extra,
$1
00;
lengths
40
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r
.
,nk8
'.
ln
<
.
dh
?
f
word
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>
ou
canno
'
Arthur Punclly, who for some time
wine, extra, ri uv lengins an i;i„,„ i. _ _;ii u
named Tuttle boarded a passenger iiicne»
propeller screws, It not being affected
to 50, extra,
$2 00; lengths 50 to 60. t '‘u£ ‘e.r "" k
"'" i ‘‘ing or -letting wojüen.do nta—Koriu-bub Kie s litaoL :
steamer at South Norwalk, Corin., and e xtra $4 00- 14 L«>h nrr M *2 25 ' ler drin'c water. He, however, js oi idleness. The wife of a plasterer or a
by water, and neither doos it corrode. has been in the employ of the South-
began preaching to the firfeman of the 1| lath, yer M,$2 50. P
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’ the ,Jl‘ll‘i<i!l ll‘al thin and sloppy feed«.. carpenter desires to lie a lady; she must
Aluminium iron holds Its oolor, gives a ern-.Pacific Company«! San Francis-
steamer. The latter struck Tuttle on 1
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may have the effect of refill :ing th« not work, -but- prefers « life of idleness
finer grain and prevents sand holos in bo, was run over anil killed by an out­
A
the head with a shovel, and Tuttle
thecasting. Alloyed with zinc, cop­ going Monterey train. While un­
BEANS—Quote small whites, $4 50 ; quality of the milk, ijgclor
lector Voeloke«
Vijelekc She needs no children and will ndopt
died from congestion of the brarn.
per and nickel it has a pale, yellow loading a flitcar which stood along­
jJluks, $3; bayos, $3; butter, $4 50;
the same opinion ^iu regard .to almost any means to avoid having*
Type-Writiiig Record Reduced.
the water mpplv, and he agries wi.l, family’. 'This is of itself enough to
tint, while with 5 per cent aluminium side tbe main line, lie f lipped and fell
Limas, $4 50 per"cental.
Frank D. McGurran, of Salt Lake,
Mr. Lawes in regard to the effect ol wear out a woman and tnake her feel
and the rest copper it takes a rich yel­ dn the track just as the train was pass­ champion t;. pe-writer of the world,
KRUPP’S GUN WORKS.
COF FEE—-Quote Salvador, 17c; 1 poor, sloppy food on the quality of th« and look old at thirty. The real la-
low similar to brass. These alloys are ing. His head Was severed from his
gave an exhibition of his wonderful A Gigantic EstiiblNhineiit Which Employ« Costa Rica, 18@20c.; Rio, 18@20c.; food.
.
I lMirors, as the word laborer is generally
used for harness, or wherever a yellow body.
Over Eleven Thousand Men.
work at Chicago, and succeeded in
Java, 274c.; Arbuckle’s’s roasted, 22c.
j understood, of America, are the Irish.
metal is desired. They are rapidly
A Fatal Fall.
putting down the record. The opera­
The steel casting works of Krupp
taking the place of brass, being far
Gedrge Farlow, a Yolo rancher,' fell tor’s first task was copying a news­ cover an area of about 1,000 acres of
It has been said that a farm with­ Germans, Portuguese and other to*
MEAT—Beef, wholesale, 24@3c.;
eignerST -it fs they, both men and wo­
less apt to tarnish and much more from a railroad trestle, near Sacra­ paper urticle, reading it himself. Iu
land, In which 11,211 men are employed dressed, 6c.; sheep, 3c; dressed, 6c.; out a boy would soon come to grief; men. who really work hard and raW
easily oloaned. The new steamers now
hogs,
dressed,
8®9c.
;
veal,
5@Jp,
ope
minute
he
wrote
ninety-five
words.
mento, Cal., receiving injuries from
In the production of steel, and also in
but what place would not come to families. The American woman, ass
'o,
being made In England are being fitted
which he died. He had been at the He then wrote from dictation, and in
PICKl>S-*Kegi quoted Steady st grief without him! Who is it that rule, keeps her home and family, when
with this metal in preference to any fair in the pavilion, and started in tbe one minute he wrote 108 words, and the manufacture of countless different
‘ dots the chores” and the bothersome she has one. much neater and more ah
. other. There would also Beam to be a wroug direction. When be discovered concluded the performance by a blind­ articles, such as axles, wheels, etc., $1 35. ‘
'
errmd«? And what boy ever amounts tractive than the Irish or German, but
large field for it in the manufacture of his error lie started to return to’the fold effort, in which he succeeded iu for locomotives and railroad carriages;
rails, switches and sleepers for rail­
SALT— Liverpool grades ot lint to much who is not taught to ui> sfie tries to live beyond her station and
musioal instruments that are now made city. He was wlilkicg down the* rail­ writing 107 words in one minute.
ways, tramways, and mining railways; quoted $18, $19 and $20 for tbe tbre« chores well mid in time, and to do do more than is justifiable from the
of bras*.
road track when he fell. He was 60
errands in an exact way ? It is busi­
Dratli to ’I««« el«««<-.
springs—spiral and leaf—for locomo­ sizes; stock salt, $10.
standing and earnings of her husband,
Tho alleys are also usod in small years of age and well to do.
I At Sandy creek, N. Y., VVm. Van tives and carriages; parts of all
ness every time, and fathers should re
who is a laborer. In other words, she
household articles. Agents for an En­
member
that
th
ir
methods
are
noted
SUGAR
—
Prices
for
barrels
;
Golden
Nulclded by Taking Morphine.
derwert was to have beeii married to kinds of machinery used for any
puts on style that lll-befits her statioa
glish firm show samples of almost every
and
copied
bythe
boys,
and
if
the
C.64C.
;
extra
C,6fc.
;
dry
granulated,
material
and
Belle Johnson, a heart-broken Miss Frankie Matteson, a highly re purpose; bridge
article necessary for table use—castors,
7Jc.; crushed, fine crushed, cube ant! hatchet, spade-or rake is left to rust —San Francisco News-Letter.
oups, spoons, knives, forks, nut-crack­ woman, ended her life in the city re­ spected young lady, but before the rolls; material for large pumps as powdered, 7}c.; extra C, 6f e.; halve« under the tree in the yard, he thinkl
used
In
mines;
all
requisite
steel
and
ers, tea-pot* and candlesticks—In an ceiving hospital at San Francisco. hour'arrived for the ceremony he shoi
A PECULIAR RACE.
<
that,
-
if father ««vvo
..
does it, IV
it 11IU9L
must UC
be all
all
iron materia! f<5f- the building of ships and boxes, 4-c. higher.
alloy that olosely resembles silver. She died from the effects of morphine himself dead.
^gbt.
The Tenacity With Which the IndlaM *
JL
Á
of
all
Bizes,
for
war
and
commercial
The advantages that It boasts over taken with suicidal intent. This was
Ecuador Cling to the 1’a.t.
A Minister’! Non Drowned.
purposes; cannons of every caliber— RELIGIOUS?*AND EDUCATIONAL
silver are that it is cheaper, and does the third time she attempted to take
The tendency among the best farm­
John D. Caperton, a printer, apn of the production of them haying already
Ecuador is a country in which the
not tarnish easily nor corrode, and the her life. Tbe woman was 27 years
—Out of free religion has grown fret ers is toward an early harvesting of past still reigns. Tho building« are
advantage over plated silver is that IF old and had been mairied, but her Rev. H. C. Caperton. a prominent exceeded 20,000—an last, gun-car­ Irreligion, and out of infidel liberality
the hay crop.
The old idea that never repaired; the Indians, remember
riages,
artillery
wagons
and
shots.
Baptist
minister,
and
John
I
’
earce,
an
husband
left
her
several
years
ago.
is the same metal all the way through,
grass when dried 1« too light and in- Ing the ancient glory of thoir ances-
The grossproduction of iron and steel practical immortality.— Joseph Cook.
there being no outside plate to w«»r Since then Bhe has lived with her old river man, were drowned in the
—Statistics of the cost of public edu­ nutritious is disproved by the gains ol tors, have no songs and no amuse­
off. And it has been suggested that mother. She had grieved over her Ohi« river near Louisville, by the cap­ averages 260,000 tons per annum.
For. accommodation of traffic and cation ih Prussia have just been pub milk in cows and of beif in other cat­ ments, and the Spanish inhabitants «re
oooking utensils be made of one of the husband’s desertion, and but a year sizing of a sail boat.
shipping in the establishment are used lislied. They show that the cost is Ilf. tle when pastured upon it. The early too poor and too proud to get much
alloys, as it Is not acted upon by acids. ago tried to kill herself.
Deatli of a Mexican War Veteran.
cut hay doyjijir
in weig
v
dsy4T<lry away jp
ht con active pleasure from the present One
_
28 locomotives with 883 freight car­ teen per cent per haa^
An attempt to to be mnde to introduos
Snow Shed« Burned.
A fatal accident occurred at the riages. About 45 miles of narrow and
_ weight
--„-1 remains is peculiarity of the Indian,.jhowing hie
—Boys are sometimes tempted t« slBerably, but tvhat
It Into the manufacture of the fancy
Thirteen hundred feet of «now shed« Commercial hotel, in Phoenix, Ariz , broad - gauge
railroad line is laid think that to be tender-hearted is to bs nutriment In grass that .has been attachment to custom, lies in the fact
braids and dress trimmings now so
left to ripen and dry up the nutrinn nt that he will only trade in the market­
burned a mile west of Truckee, Cal. by which Joseph B. Blackwell, a vet­ through the establishment.
One weak and unmanly; Yet the tendered
muoh the fashion, as it can be draw*
'• too much like cord-wood. What
out into a fine, thin wire and does not Tbe fire caught from a locomotive. eran of the Mexican war lost his life. chemical laboratory, 1 photographic heart may bo associated with the strong­ was nutrition has turned to fiber, and place In Quito, where his nnceetsN
Fire-trains from Truckeo and Bummit He retired at night to a cot standing and lithographic studio, 1 print­ est and most forcible mind and will.—
tarnish.
have for centuries sold their produce.
in the animal serves mainly the pui
In fact, it seem as If it might be used soon arrived, but the slieds burned on the new veranda, on which no ban ing
The traveler upon the highways m«j
office
and
a . book-bind­ Christian al Work.
pose
that
cord
wood
does
in
the
stove
• ister hud been erected, toward morn ing establishment are at work
wherever metal is required, In what- completely.
meet whole armies of Indians bearing
—Probity, Independence, uneasiness, —to maintain warmth.
e ver manner, whether for beauty, light­
ing be arose and walked off the ver- for the sole use of the firm. Telegraph tender regards forthe feelingsofothers,
loads of supplies, but he can obtain
Fatal Hesuit o( a IHspute.
ness. strength or durability.—N. Y.
ander, fracturing his thigh bone and and telephone communication goes all and a hearty, hatred for whatever is
nothing from them until they have
Mail and Krprru.
A mule and two horkes were ob­ reached their accustomed place for bar­
Stephen Johnson and Fred.' Balzac sustaiuiug internal injuries from which
over the factory and an engine mean, tricky? vulgar or profane—these
had a discussion which led to blows, ha died. He was 72 years old, and a company with 68 firemen and 38 are among the qualities that distinguish served looking over a rail fence into a ter. The Indian will even carry goode
A DEGRADING VICE.
tempting clover field near Baltimore ten miles, and sell them for lees than
Johnson struck noted member of the Texas rangers fire alarms is also there for the bene­ the true gentleman.
Tk. Or..d Cr Wealth and It. T.rrlbl. at San Marcos, Cal.
' -
the other day. In a minute the mule
Balzae over the head with a stick. during the Mexican war.
Effect! ■■ Ito Victim!.
fit of the establishment.
—A religiofi that does not make a Ind made up his mind and placing he was offered at home.
It is one of the marked characteristics The latter drew ».knife and stabbed
The l.ost Balloon.
The author of the "Capital« of Span­
This
1»
the
gigantic
workshop
to
man honest and kindly, and fill his bis uose under the top rail lie lifted i;
of greed, that there Is no satisfying It his opponent, inflicting a wound from
Referring to the balloon found near which you can see a regular stream of heart with noble aims to help others, is out. He then tried to jump over, but ish America” says that he once met a®
which
Jdhnson
died
in
a
few
minutes.
or allaying its craving». You may
Providence, R. I , with the name "Carl human beings run in the morning. The not worth the having. It is a delusion, got stuck with ’his fore feet in th« old woman trudging along with a bas­
gorge a greedy man until he 1« ready The murderer at once gave himself in­
Myers,” and the pencil«*! words, ’’Met entire establishment is surrounded by and he is deceiving himself, if not try­ cl ver patch and his hind feet on th« ket of fruit, and though he offered ten
to buret, until not another moreel of to the hands-of I he officers.
our death in the cluuds,” Madame a high wall, or a fence. There are only ing to deceive others, and is thus a hyp- other side. 1 ben one of the horses cents for pine-apples, which would «aff
food can be forded Into his oraw, and
Mrychnlnr tor Hove Throat.
Charlotte, who m ide a balloon «««ten­ oertain gates where the workmen are ocrite.
very deliberately backed up and let­ bring her two and a half in the market,
he will »till be In dtitrena becauae he
Neil Kelly, a 14-year-old, took sion, says: "On the 26th instant Leon allowed to enter.— Cor. Pittsburgh bit­
ting fly his heels, planted them square she preferred taking the dusty journey
No
simpler
teaching
enn
be
found
can hold no more. And so of the man
A. Dare and Charlotte, wife of Carl patch.
strychnine
at
a
ranch
in
8utter
on
the mule, landing him clean over of two leagues, to being relieved of her
thnn
that
which
pur
Lord
himself
has
whose only thought is to lnorease his
Myers, were to have had a balloon
into
the clover patch. Tbe t wo horse.- burden at once.
given
us.
If
we
err
at
all
in
preaching
oounty,
Cal.,
and
died
in
Yuba
City.
—
Dr.
Richardson,
the
eminent
Lon
­
wealth; the more be gate the more he
A gentleman living some distance
race from Syracuse. The nnme found
followed in the gap thus made, and all
wants, and the leas scrupulous he be­ He had been puttirg out poison for on the lost balloon is that of my man­ don physician, says that tho death-rate to adult*, it ia in the direction of ol>
three went to browsing, apparently from town says that, for four yearn, M
comes as to the means by whtoh his gopher« and olaimed he took some to ager Carl Myers. I cannot believe is the smallest in European cities where scoring the simple teaching of our well satisfied.
tried to induce the natives who P**“
Sunday is a day of rest, and the largest Ixird with our profound verbosities and
ends are to be accomplished. At the eure-his sore throat.
every morning with packs of nlfal •
Charlotte or D «re are hurt, though
■ubtle philosophies.
where
thé
day
is
given
up
to
drinking,
outwit a man who 1« eager to get rich
A tHlaetar Kllle*.
they may be. I have uot heard any­
(clover) to sell him some at his
Elegant Autumn Mantle«.
-N-The teacher must show his appreci­
amusements and rioting.
will have some respect for the right* of
Jules Steele; a eonduclor on the thing in relation to the matter, which
he was invariably compelled to go into
ation
of
a
child's
common
sense
as
well
others, and wUl hesitate about grind­
Demi-season mantles are of mate­
north-end freight of the North Pacific makes me think it can be neither of
as of hla knowledge of the lessons. lasse silk, of sicilienne, of velvet and town to buy it
ing money out of his fellow men In dls-
them. Perhaps I have uot b- en tele
Nor will the natives sell at whote
—The Queen of England never sends Sometimes the dull pupil has a better
honeet way«, but with I mi r* is of Coast railroad, was run over and killed graphed for fear I should be fright
of fancy cloth. Both short mantles sale. They will give you a pourdfol«
near
Ssn
Rafael,
Cal.
Several
cars
her
personal
correspondence
through
every
’
-
day
judgment
than
the
scholar
wealth he grows 1««, Md lees scrupu­
_________ _______
passed over bis body, and it was badlv ened.”
the regular mail as her subjects do. who nevor fails in lessons, and will and long cloaks are of the-most unique potatoes for a penny as often as yto
lous ae to how hie gains are to be mutilated.
shapes. The directoire revers, flowing choose to buy. but they will nol*J.
A «ii«uullc Wheat Steal.
Every trivial communication, whether make an abler man.
eaoured, until at last he will allow no
collars
and yokes of velvet are features thejr stock In a Tump. They wM*“
W.
G.
Hauley,
a
oommistion
dealer,
«an’e righto to etand in hie way. and
of a personal or a private nature, is de­
rell Fifty VMS aw« was Kills«.
—Sfioclars are men of peace; they of new garments. Short round mantles
you ft dozen eggs fora real (ten cents .
wlH unhesitatingly compromise honor,
At Litt]« Johns' place near Buqiiel, of the firm of Petersou A Hanley, of livered at its destination by a Queen's bear no arm£ but their tongues are have a velvet ypke that lengthens into
deoe»^. wed every principle of justioe
but they will not sell five d°zen ,ar *
messenger. Queen Victoria is the only sharper than Actin's sword, their pens
Minneapolis,
was
arrested
on
a
war
than be checked tn hl. ambition to be­ Cal., Edward Merrill, a lumberman
rant charging him with stealing 150, living sovereign who Indulge« in thia carry further, and give a louder repiirt » »«st in front, and soft cloth is then dollar.— Youth'» Companion.
come more end more wealthy. When fell down a bank fifty feel, struck ou
extravagance akthe ex- than thunder. I ’ had rather stand in added in great plaits that keep their
greed to allowed Ito own way It will his head, bounded into the creek thirty 000 bushel« of wheat from the M«nn« little piece of <
—According to the Bible M6*»
«polis
union
el«
valor
No.
2.
Jt
wa>
pense
of
her
«ubjeotoT
lbjects.-'
Private and un- the »hock of a hailisk than In the fury k»hBi>e to the end of the wrap. Two
continue to gala a firmer and firmer feet below, was picked up two hours
materials appear in most cloaks and in teacher is a “doctor.” A doctor**
held upon a man until it drive* from bter, gsve one gasp and died. The first discovered that 50000 bushels o| important letters from other potentates of a merciless pen.—.Sir^T, Hrowne.
the shortest garments.
The large I duty, whew he called to see s P*"*
hl* breast every filing of «ympethy. dtcemed had been at a party at Little wheat had been slotin bv overloading are sent like epistlee from mere ordi­
On soils containing any cl*y or min­ buttons of directoire cloaks are of 1 Is to find out the nature and th*
love and compassion for hla brother Johns and had stepped out into the car». Hanky has b&n D. 0. Mo .k A nary mei-tals. by the poet.
Co's cashier and bookkeeper.
The)
erals a crust forms on tlte sqrface of colored metals, cut steel, tinted pearl, j of that patient's disorder, and
maa; it will aap him of hto strength to
- Iv-fKA
reaiat the aaeault* of avarice, and will darkness when the eccident occurred. are grain dealers, and have suspended,
cultivated fields after every» rain. It, and also of velvet. Long oloaks are prescribe aoeordingly. What bee
—
Books
are
a
guide
in
youth,
an
en
­
•hrivel up hto eoul until none of thoee
a large amoani of their paper having
is caused by the waler of evaporation. 1 of figured cloths, with velvet directoire can any teacher do in the case 0«
*
This* Arreslv«.
tertainment
for
agn
They
support
us
Irttree which raise man above
leaving all its mineral elements on the WAers, and some have sleeves that» scholar nowaday»!— 8. 8 Time»-
A man giving the name of R. H gone to protest. Other« are »u-peeled
under
solitude,
and
keep
na
from
be-
te can find lodgment la hto Cropsey, has been arrested al Ban of complicity, including well known
surface, when it changes
cha«igv* to moisture extend to the foot of the garment.'
Jtoe. < JL Dowrttoo.
coming a burden to oureelvee. They Thi* crust shuts out air from the soil
and are bordered there with velvet or
Joes, Oal. He had a small shop where wheat men, aud il was said tbe an help us to forget the croesneea of men Thia
beneith
ith it, and it is very
verv important with fur. Bear.’ fur and others oi*
he repaired and repainted buygire, nounoement of the names would.cauro and things, compose our cares and our bene
a
profound
sensation.
By
the
advice
that
it
be
broken.
Hence
state
stir
­
-------
llt
nce
pcm?
*Ur-
long fleece that is almost shaggy are
but the game he played was to go to
ths neighboring villages and Wherever of his attorney, Hanley refustd to passion«, and lay our disappointments ring of the soil ia needed after every fashionable (rimming for winter clr^ir.
asleep. When we are weary of the ram. or corn and potato« a win snffer
talk.
The nun's cloak, full and long enough
living we may repair to the dead, w bile these <—, ;______ “
tn
_____
. T
*
no, drive
who have nothing of peevishness, pride over the surface'break« this ertirt
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