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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1886)
The Young Idea.
OVEKHEARD AT MIDNIGHT ON A OUMAaDKK
Small Boy—Ma! Ma!
My dinner won t
Au Expert's Chat Concerning the Freer»«
of Their .Manufacture.
:tla»tratlon. of the Rigidity of Military
Discipline in the German Army.
Eight lives were lout during n nrc in
Pierre« •’I* let«" th.- «Miucinu.1
•‘Little l iver Pill«” <«ugar coaled) iun
sick and bilious headache, sour stomach,
and bilious at t •ck«. By druggist».
Pen-iiiiil-luk Sketeh «• » Small
prominent but quiet villag
The German army is probably the , I 1« , n , .. o miles from the center stain!
A bar of gold, fourteen carat gener
I -ollie tWC
most splendidly-trained armed organi
old school-house, whose weather
“Ma.” complained Bobby, “Tommy Tuff ally, is rolled and and pressed out into
: -tameii boanis show the marks of at
m whistle through hi« teeth so you can hear a long rib Iron about two inches wide zation upon which the sun has ever
h:in a mile.”
r.ml about the thickness of an ordinary jone. And well it inav be, consider least a century.
A oue. upon the summit of a bigi*
“Yes, Bobby,” said his mother, encour
ing the care expended upon its main
agingly, “but Tommy’s teeth are badly broken -licet of blotting-paper. This is thee tenance. Society here in general has hid, tiiis unpretending temple of learn
has been the structure used for gen
anti decayed, which is the reason he can
whistle through them. Besides, Bobby, < ai-li blank being about half an inch in just been startled by certain measures <- atious in climbing the hill of science
Tommy hasn’t any nice new suit of clothes width, ami with one end tapering to a which have been adopted in the inter Th ■ march of improvement has been
point. In the process of manufacture ests, as is averred, of discipline and i-. r.-fully kept back from its surround
“I don’t care,” responded Bobby, doggedly,
iii-'s, the only adornment being beli
each of the blanks develops into a beau morale. These measures involve noth ef rock ami piles of stone, which a'*
“I’d give him my suit of clothes for his teeth
ing less than the sentencing of an en
any day. "—Life.
tifully-finished pen. The points are tire company to three years’ fortress only changed as the careful farmer or
MA TAKES IT ALL.
first notched in order to receive the detention for what would seem to the lal or-saving road-master finds it aeon
School Teacher—Now, Master Thompson,
iridium, without which a gold pen non-military mind a, under the circum venient piaci- to add to its already
tell me the denominations into which th«
would be useless, and here I will stances, not very alarming breach of overburdened stock.
money of the United States is coined?
The same old plank on which our
digress a moment and give you some discipline.
Master Thompson—Don’t know.
A certain Captain Adolph von Aren- grandfathers so industriously us
School Teacher—Dou't know how the facts concerning this essential to our
money your father brings home every I Satu re business. Iridium is one of the so- berg, while drilling his company, to their jack-knives is to-day the writin-
called noble metals; it is very bard, the unbounded surprise of the soldiers desk around the wall, save where a
dev night is divided?
white in color, and exceedingly heavy. indulged in a variety of antics and place has been whittled too much to
Master Thompson—’Tain’t divided,
takes it all.—Boston Beacon.
We get our supply from Siberia, and as grimaces which caused a great num- be of further service a new piece has
it is a very rare metal it is very expen ■ b-r of the men to break into laughter. been inserted,
i... ----- . o giving the youth of th
YEARNING FOR BLOOD.
sive. the price ranging from twenty io ' The Colonel quickly heard of the affair |,resent day enlarged facilities for dec
Master Stuart R. Crane, the precocious 6
yea ’-ohI son of William R. Crane, the popu two hundred dollars an ounce, but we and ordered the whole company under oration. In front are the same old
lar comedian, terrified his mother the other do not use an ounce that costs less then arrest. Although it turned out that wooden benches over which the chi
day by rushing into her room at a Cincin one hundred dollars. I believe the Captain von Arenberg was suffering Jr -n of to-day swing in and out after
nati hotel, flourishing a mammoth toy pistol.
metal was found ir. California som - from mental aberration and that his the fashion of their grandmother« in
“Stuart Robson Crane,” she cried, “what years ago, but proved too soft for our condition was such as to render his re days of long ago.
on earth have you got there?”
moval to an asylum for medical treat genius of the place is even in kcepin
purpose and we could not use it.
“A pithtol,” answered the boy, “an I’m
We will now proceed with the man ment necessary, the entire company a it i th • surroundings; a master in v. in
goin’ to thoot a man!”
ufacture of our pen: When the iridi was sentenced to three years’ deten- t -r to manage turbulent boys, and
•‘No, you’re not, either,” said Mrs. Crane,
um point has been placed in position I t'on in fortress for the breach of discip- while hi« farm demands his attentim
in a stern, commanding voice. “Give me
it is then subjected to what is called ■ lim- in having laughed at one clothed iiim-ng th summer months, som
that horrid pistol at once or I’ll tell your
the “sweating process’’; by means of a ! in the uniform of a Captain in the line. ! schooimarm tills up the interval an-'
blow-pipe the point is brought until ■ inis three years' sentence will have to i aids overburdened parents in the care
"Oh, I don’t care,” cried the young hope
fill, defiantly. “He’s the man I’m going to the influence of a ray of fire, and t'.e ■ bi served in addition to the regular ! of children who are in the way at horn
As one old master is obliged to lay
iridium and gold are indissolubly 'erm of compulsory service in the
i aside the duties of his office on accoim
welded together; the black sur- ' —'my.
Jottings from Life.
Another instance of the rigidity of I of the infirmities of age or to go to his
face and discolorations are then
removed by immersing the blank the German military code comes from I last resting-place, a new one is foun
Lucy (the ne*v 14 year-old servant)—Two in
___ A voting Lieutenant of Uh- I so nearly like the old that the chang
a vitriol bath. It is then Hanover.
cup.-., three plates and one saucer broke and passed through a succession of opera Ians was riding along the Georgen- j is hardly perceptible. Even the very
no cat in the house. Guess I had better cut tions by which it is rolled out into tiie strasse
balked t'etade and hickory club are carried an
for hmneand send in my resignation by mail.
required length, cut into the proper and
a used as effectually as by the masters o:
shape, and the name of the manufac passing coal-cart, The shaft of the a century ago.
“I'ire 97,” said a busy hotel clerk to the turer, number, etc., stamped on it. It cart struck the officer’s horse and
The children of to-day spell out the
is now tempered by a system of ham the latter spoke some sharp words to words in the Testament at the opening
i*i»-.seiitly the porter returned, looking very mering and burnishing, which also the driver. This driver, who, it ap- of school with the same moderation a
much mussed up.
gives it elasticity.
pears, was a good Hanoverian, with a did their ancestors in '76, and the saim
“1 tired him, sorr,” he said, “but, begorra,
3 for all Prussians, got old bine-covered spelling book is yet iu
The pen has now reached one of strong hatreil
for jist. wan blissed moment 1 thought h»
the two most important points in its angry in turn, As he drove quickly on the hands of i! _ pupils, keeping alive
development that is, the grinding, h " struck the officer twice over the the momentous questions whether tin
THE OTHER RIDE.
The young man who made spelling-books and th.
“1 say, Fweddie, those litawawy fellows which is done on a copper lathe, with shoulder with his whip.
that wi-wi w'ite us up in the papers are a lot the aid of tine emery flour. Next fol Lieutenant, his eyes blazing with fury, on - who talked politics were one and
lows the, by far, most important ope made a violent effort to reach his as the some, and if so why should he live
of ends, you know.”
ration of the whole process of manu sailant, with whom it would doubtless so much longer than other folks, and
“Yas; just iny idea.”
“No bwaius. Fweddie. No standing in— facture, the slitting, which has to be have fared badly had he succeeded. questioning the propriety of changing
done with the most delicate accuracy, But he was hindered by a crush of the old catechism so as to read Noah
hw -- s s-s-society. ”
“No; and look at. the bags they wear.”
the entire value of the pen depending tiaffic and the offending, coal-cart Webster, and not Methuselah, was the
“S »-should think they’d see how—aw—wi- upon the nicety of the operation. This driver succeeded in making good his oldest man. But at length the march
wi-wi-widiculous they appear.”
is done on a very fise copper lathe, ••scape. The Lieutenant was promntly of improvement reaches our ruggeh
“Cawn’t see themselves as wo see ’em, which saws through the interior point cashiered. Why? Because a gross in hills and invades our territory. A
and into the pen the desired distance. suit had been offered in his person to young lady from the city, a gradua!
The pen is then polished and the point the German military uniform and he from a prominent high school, appear-
She Required no Further Explanation.
At. a rent dinner on one of their estates, scratched to facilitate the flow of the bad not succeeded ill avenging it. Un at the door of otir districtcommitti e as
the Duke and Duchess of M— happened to ink; it is then tested, and if found per der the German law he would have a candidate for the school. He stares—
l»e present, when a son of the soil appeared fect is ready for sale. Our pens im been justified in cutting his assailant a departure from our custom, but
in a state of great excitement. The duch prove with use and oau not be worn down or in running him through the will consult the people of the district
ess, inquiring the cause of his distress, was out in legitimate work. I know one body. Is not this keeping up the morale and let her know. Unanimously they
say: “We'll try the city lady.” She
told that, having come a long distance, he man who has used one of our pens for of the army with a vengeance?
had lost the rent on the way, but if agree thirty years and it is still unimpaired.
In Brunswick, where the drainage enters upon the duties of her office,
able to them he would go back and look for
As you see, the entire manufacture facilities are of the most primitive l.eaves all the attractions of one of our
it. A few days after he appeared with the of the pen is done by machinery, al character, there exists a reprehensible prominent Connecticut cities to enter
lost money. The duchess asked him where though it will pass through the hands habit of throwing dirty water out the upou her life work as teacher. A young
he found it, and was answered in the follow of ten or twelve persons before it is windows. True, sometimes a premon lady full of life, energy and deter
ing rather singular manner:
finished. With the exception of one itory cry of warning is uttered for the mination to make her first effort a su.-
“Well, you see, on my way I stopped at
in Detroit and one in Cincinnati there benefit of passers-bv, but sometimes cess.
the Banrigh stables to speak to a friend. 1
The old school-house is made to look
took out my pocketbook to gie him a letter, are no factories outside ot New York t-v n this is omitted by careless ones.
Some days since one Gustave Glitz more cheerful by the addition of a few
and must have dropped the money, for this where gold pens are made.— Chicafjo
suddenly threw open his window on the yards of white cotton cloth at the win
is hoo I found it. Supposing his grace was Aeios.
second floor and forthwith soused down dows, and the blackboard instead of
the stables, and your grace the manure, an’
THE YOUNG MAN.
into the street the contents of a porce being used for drawing caricatures ot
1 was the rent. Weel, you see----- ”
“Yes, yes,” interrupted her grace quickly;
lain vessel filled with dirty water. It the teacher, is kept filled with well-ex
“that will do. 1 perfectly understand the
alighted full upon the gold-laced cap ecuted school-work.
whole affair.”—Glasgow Herald.
and glittering epaulettes of a stern-
The very school-room seems to be
This country presents wonderful
visaged Captain of Cuirassiers who had filled with a different air. No instru
vantages for a young man. We
served witli distinction in the Franco- ment of torment is in view-, and two
rapidly growing in population
Prussian war. With a blood-curdling dozen pairs of prying eyes have tried in
imprecation, the dripping officer burst vain to discover its hiding place. What!
wealth. Our laws are made to pri
in the door of the house, dashed up the asehool with no whip! The city is filled
the mary and not the few. Then1
no class prejudices that keep down an stairs two at a time and with his drawn with horrible means of torture ami
sword belabored the juggler of porce
aspiring young man; nearly all our lain within a fraction of an inch of his some dreadful thing must be here in
leading men are from families that life. The morale of the army is re visible. One sharp pair of eyes dis
were very poor or had very moderate garded by him as having been sus covers near the blackboard two oblong
articles. "I have found out,” is the
means. The necessary educational ad tained.— Berlin Cor. N. Y. Journal.
first confidential talk with a compan
vantages of this country for a business
ion. “She’ll box us ’side the head
pursuit are unsurpassed, and there is
A DISCREET SERVANT.
with those things by the blackboard,”
nothing to prevent any one of “our
boys” taking almost any position in An llonettt lIlKhlanUer Wlio lleiieve« That and at the close of the session pupils
scatter homeward to make known
Silence 1« Gohlen.
life that he aspires to, if he has the
One day at Blair Athol, the Duke to^ parents the wonderful discovery.
strength of character to mark out a
course and pursue it xvith a fixed, un of Athol, having entertained a large "Catch her using them things on my
wavering purpose. This is al) the party at dinner, produced in the even children.” says one parent, and his
return to school to tell what
easier to do, because in every city, ing many curious and interesting family children
town and hamlet there are bright ex
Another session and the queei-iook-
amples of successful men for a youth relics for their inspection, among them
to copy after. The men who have a small watch which had belonged to ing tilings are taken in hand. Breath
made failures of life are also every Charles Stuart, and had been given less silence reigns in the school-room.
where, but in every such case the cause him by one of the Duke’s ancestors. Who is the victim? The teacher quietly
can be clearly and plainly traced to When the company were on the point of uses them for cleaning the blackboard,
and the great mystery is still unsolved.
some fault of character and disposition
and from the man that has made a suc departing the watch was suddenly Still wonders do not cease. A spelling
cess and the man that has made a fail missed, and was searched for in vain class is called and a pupil spells c-o-w.
ure. a practical lesson can be learned. ill on the table and about the apart ke-ow. Teacher says pronounce the
If a boy will ’be observant enough, ments. The Duke was exceedingly word cow, not ke-ow.
Class dismissed and at close of school
school himself to think over the lessons vexed, and declared that of all the
that are every where before his eyes draw articles he had exhibited the lost watch teacher says: "Children, when von
conclusions why one man has made a was the one he most valued. The meet a person on the street say. 'flow
success and another made a failure, the guests naturally became uncomfortable do you do?’ not -Hello!’ ”
Children look amazed and report to
moment he brings himself to that point ami eyed one another suspiciously. No
he bus made a very great start toward person was present, however, who could parents. “ 1 lie teacher is overstepping
her duties, meddling with outside mai
Is-eoniing a good man and citizen. Tho
practice of close observation and bade any further steji than the marked lers. and besides, is easting a retleetion
If women will insist on wearing
_ l*irtl orna
on the manners of tile people.” Mem
thought in a young man increases his
inent» in their headgear, The Judge asks that, power to observe aud discriminate. annoyance and distress. The guests bers of tiie lioard of education are con
they choose that which will be becoming by Just as a child in learning to walk be departed for their homes in an unenx ia- sulted a« to the limits of a teacher*-
harmonising with their features.
comes stronger and stronger, and is en lile state of mind, and the mysterious power. The six members of the boari
abled to go from chair to chair and disappearance of the royal relic was have all presided as teachers in th
a subject of discussion for several town, and it is against the rules to crit
Freddy's big brother was married lately, finally to need no support, so the habit
and his mot herein law, father-in-law and of thought and observation reaches out months in society. A year afterward, icise aiy thing out of scho- 1-honr«.
brother-in-law, all visited him within a short from one thing to another for support, the Duke being again at Blair Athol, and surely it show« a great lack of fa
time. Freddy’» mother was wondering one grow ing stronger and stronger a« they while dressing for dinner, felt in the miliarity betwe- n teacher and pupils
Gkibbath if her ton and his wife would not are practiced. The will power to direct bn nst-pocket of a coat which his valet not to say "Hello!" Now. here is our
come to dine with them, but Fred sa;d, with thoughts in the right, channel then handed to him something which proved chance. We have always succeeded
an air of discouragement: “ ’Course be won't <■ iirn-s in, ami you can by practice point to be the missing watch. “Why,” ex m keeping city teachers out of th,
come; he’s got to take care of his ’bites.”
claimed his Grace, “here's the watch place. \V e have teachers enough of
tlu-m in any direction.
Smith (nervously) —An» you sure there ar»»
Napoleon said that he brought his we hunted in vain for everywhere last our own and need tho money ourselves,
no toadstools among these mushrooms« mind to be like a chest of drawers, yen;” "Yes, sir,” replied the valet, and we have quietly revoked city teach
Mary (guilelessly—They wuz bought for the which Im could open and shut at pleas gravely; “1 saw vour Grace put it in er s certificates on two occasions an I
minraa’ table, ba sue told me to try ’em first
ure that is, he could take up u train of your pocket.” “You saw me put it in they have been obliged to leave; so if
on the boarders. — Harper’s Bazar.
thought, think it out in all its different my pocket and never mentioned it! we can only manage this one success
bearing« and turn to some other sub Why didn't you speak at once and pre fully, probably there will be no at
Couldn't Stand Civilisation.
putting the former entirely out of vent all that trouble and unplea-ant tempt at city teaching for some time t
A Ivar broke into the house of a Nevada
feeling?” “I didna ken what might come. \\ e will not have any new meth
mi wr the other night. He was away, and mind. Now, it any young man or boy
his wife thought he had come home ine will cultivate the habit of closely ob hae been your Grace's intentions," was ods introdtteed here.
briated. She did not wait to light a lamp, serving every thing that passes before the reply of the faithful and discreet
The committee of the district is con
lait began operations at once When th« his eyes, ami analyze in hi« mind the Highlander, who saw every thing, but sult, d. Int says: "Not »complaint ha«
t>ear finally got away, it is said that he did conversation he hears, or what he read«,
reached his e irs from a person whom I
uotstop runnin; till he ha I traveled eight he will have gained a rietorv that will gated.— San Francisco Argonaut.
he considers competent to judge of the
mil« s into the heart of the mountains, and be of immense advantage in guid-ng
merits of a school. He has visited th-
ha was su^h a sight that the other bear* him toward the goal that an honorable
Annie l.ee Wilson, of Memphis. school, considered the teaching super
would not associate with him.—Nevada ambition lead« to. A right deterni'iia- Tenn., strapped her baby to her breast
lor, discipline excellent, and even !
tion at the right moment is very often ami jumped into the river. In a pathetic thing satisfactory."
Cxactly What lie Wanted.
the turning point between a great suc tetter found on the dead bodv of the
A meeting of the board is called |n n
Going down town in a Fourth avenue ca* cess or a disastrous failure, and there mung mother were these words: “God. retired place and the certificate is re- |
Tuesday, a big Irishman, who had evidently fore the education of your thought- «o deal as gently with an erring and bro- yoked becaii«e"new methods” are in
been drinking deep potations of Gladstone\ that at the proper time you are able to zeti-hearted girl and her innocent little troduced.
eloquence, aroee from his »eat and gave the judge wisely and well is all import ton by as you can.”
I» it to be wondered at that in such a !
bell strap a charp pud The conductor ex ant. Drg tiuods Chronicle.
district, with thirty families four of the
“Here! don't do tha*
An o.d hou«*, in Mannington. \V. male head« of the families can neither
You're ringing the bell at both ends of thi
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"No man can master the waok
<» n the workmen came upon ¡sixte» r read nor write, and the generation
range of human knowledge." MIT« a
‘That’s al light. Bed ad, an’ I waut both
?\ identiy those of lu. now coming on promises to even oatdo
the former in ignorance ?— Hartford
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No bad boys admitted.
For catalogue or any information, address
J W 1IILL, M D . Head Master,
P O D rawer 17
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R h recommended and prescribed by the best
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wfcen I eaydure 1 do not mean merely to stop them ro
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* immediate relief in the worst cases. inHures com-
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Bo»k sent sealed, Ire*
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4. .3 n.’i.T or Regenerator t‘
n.ade expressly for tlie cure o'
derangements of the generatk*
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through the parts must restore
them to healthy action. De
not confound this with Electric
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ONE specific purpose.
For circulars giving full In
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ton See -t Chic-go. in
Why a G» Con.umer D»«trea to In, «
Line Drawn Somewhere.
"My gas bill, I notice,” said a citi
zen going into the gas company's
office “is the same this month that it
“Yes, sir,” responded the clerk, "we
try to do the fair thing.”
"That new meter you put in my cel
lar is a wonderful invention,” continued
a O,>; }-«.',On 1 know about that; it CfIR ED cu S ct at h°nie by one who has had
doesn t differ much from the old ones.”
_ "Is that so? Well, do you know I
’t was something remark»-
cured * Vddress* Wh° haVe l>een Permanently
“In what respect, sir?”
Ur. M. B. Collina.
"Why, it i.„;
not only uieasuri
measures all the
ha« a wav of
coal gas we burn, but it has
getting around the hoiise »nd eon
verting all the tlUlow candles
lamp oil into gas and registerimr i
right along just the same as if ¡5
came from headquarters.
arrange it some way «o that a line of
demarcation, a« it wen-. m
F10 'roret c"e" I" «veto MV.»
drawn, and my «hare of the profits on
P«‘ to S
,u!l "‘"truvuun tor wlf cura U“
TEST OF TIME
Cr. <& G.
pagwj Price, 33.
ir. » k .
j. c. STEELE, Agent,
MS Market Street. San Francisco. Cal.
N. P. N. Ü. No. 134.-8. F. N. U. Na ill.