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M’MINN VILLE, OREGON, NOVEMBER 12, 1886
want or tnese ornament» oi me soul, trustworthy character of a third; and
FACTS FOR LADIES.
i “F01, the time being!”
on himself. The literary cynic on men other kinds of cynics, 1 confess that Its Foundations Laid by Ancient Egyptians
How long is that ? A space as brief
As takes the whirling Autumn leaf
Beauty of American and Bloom«
Who Wrote for the Future.
■To reach the sward, the April hake
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY lo
iag Hlddle A je of German Women.
than with books, for there are a great ow ng chiefly, I suppose, to some defect
change to dew, the wave to break
Now shoreward fleeing?
many books which he can not touch at in my organization that forbids me to
A greater number of American
all, for want of the necessary scholar write about him with philanthropical tians. who seem to me to possess the women are here now than I have ever
Garrison’s Building, McMinnville, Oregon,
“For the time being!”
ship. Now, everybody can talk of men calm. But these great and noble meu consciousness of tho most dis'ant. aid seen before at this Athens on the Spree.
How long is that ? As long, perchance,
- 11T -
As while a merry thought doth glance
and women, and especially of women, whose aim it is to show the world what almost immeasurable past. They did
It is fairly conceded that there is more
Taluuige A- Turner, A b long as term of tears and Bighs,
telling methofl of ap- it really is, and not what it pretends or
«1,» subject ig to deprecate hopes to be; to put down sentiment and not adorn their temples with inscrip of what is called chiseled beauty in
Fublislur* and Proprietor«.
Ibe full heart freeing ?
tions for their own pleasure only. They America than in Europe. German
any belief in the possil
possibility of virtue or all the things which foster absurd
“For the time being!”
had a clear idea of the past and of the
How long is that ? I wait to hear,
ladies, in general elegance of bearing
I future of the world in which they lived '»
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and beauty and grace of person, can
J.ill this life s silent bound be won,
And other unknown life begun
Thrte months.............................................. ...
plex impulses that it is always possible produced such great d sasters to the tions of the past, they islie I them* bear no comparison to American wo
Past sound, past seeing ?
to assign one which is bad and un world, who have discovered the real selves to be remembered y unk loivu men. The features of the latter are
Eutoreil In the PostolHc» al McMinnville, Or.,
"For the time being!”
as second-class matter.
It Is forever, as I think,
worthy. If, for instance, a public deed roots of love, and now hold them up to generations in times to come. The finer and their heads more classical.
A ceaseless adding link to link,
done which involves the sacrifice of the derision of mistaken humanity; biographical inscriptions of Aahm *s, a But here ends their triumph. Their
A ser es. as of waves at sea;
busts are inferior to those of the native
money or much labor, what more ■ who tear his fanc'ed liouor from man
H. V. V. JOHNSON, M. D.
In Fate's decreeing ?
rational than to suppose it done and her imaginary modesty from Captain of marines of the eighteenth women, and a certain attenuation in
Northwest corner of Secund and B ut recta,
with the view of getting the praises of woman, what things shall be said in dynasty, is addressed, Champollian the whole ngure of the American wo
“For the timelieing!”
If the labor of a life culminates their pra'se, and what reward shall be says, “to the whole human race,” (t'et-a man gives the idea of frugality and
Such promise will not let thee go:
great thing, which brings bestowed upon them from a grateful en-ten ret neb, loquor vob'.s hominbus decay. What the American women
Since time shall never cease to be,
money as well as a name, what can one people? Posterity will, perhaps, when omnibus.) A monument in the Louvre want is soundness of constitution.
May be found at his offloe when not absent on pro-
I ask but this—thut thou'lt love tne
. feadoual business.
"For the time being?"
who reads the soul so well as a cynic no illusion is left, and none of the Old (A. 84) says: “I speak to you who Their finely-cut faces are too often
—A’dit/i M. Thoma«, tn N. x. Independent.
attribute it to but a thirst after filthy World reverence for age. d gnity and shall come a million of years after my pale instead of fair, and sallow when
lucre? When there are several ends to jjrincipli les, award to the modern cynic death.” These are the inscriptions of they should be rosy. But why are
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH,
meed of glory.— Brooklyn Eagle. private persons. Kings, naturally, are many of the German women so awk
be attamed. let us. he says, always nis —
THE MODERN CYNIC.
still more anxious that posterity and ward? Why have they such large feet,
Physicians and Surgeons,
the world at large should be informed and why is their taste in dress no bet
may have been at work, let us, says the
Hie Contempt for What Others cynic, choose the basest. Thus society
ter? Beautiful complexions and full
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Hawaiian Custom Which Formerly of their deeds. Thus Sishak 1.. the
forms can not atone for these deficien
j r. Galbreath, M _
cies, nor can thoroughly cultivated
ner nartv of twenty neonle—strangers
Bank McMinnville, Oregon.
By the established Hawaiian custom his inscriptions at Silsillis: “My minds and kind hearts.
H R Littlefield, M D.,
l-‘ office on Main atre»»,
to each other; a futile attempt not to
The Literary, Prlxgl.h. Theatrical, Heli.,
In this country a woman is in the
appear bored; a perfectly transparent and etiquette it was formerly the fe words may live for hundreds of thou
lou. and Domestic Varletlea—The
prime of her attractions at thirty-five.
pretense at enjoyment; and such terms male who was the suitor when a mar sands of years. ”
Last-Named the Worst of All,
as friendship, gratitude and honor are riageable mate of the opposite sex was
S. A. YOUNG, M. D.
The great Harris Papyrus, which re She frequently remains almost station
But Every One a "Grand
now tolerably devoid of meaning. Cler •ought. This was a good plan for the cords the donation of Raineses III. to ary until fifty, or else declines gradu
gymen are, by the nature of their pro- bashful men, but sometimes would the temples of Egypt, together, with ally and gracefully, like a beautiful
Physician and Surgeon,
tesson, humbugs. All political men render members of the masculine sex some important political events, was day melting into a lovely evening. In
have one single aim and no other—to
written to exhibit to “the gods, to men America twenty-five is the farewell
In spite of his name the cynic is not get or to keep place. And the little liable to the charge of ungallant con now
living and to unborn generations line of beauty in women, beyond which
Offloe and resilience on D street. All calls promptly
duct. It is told that a convert to the
altogether a creature of recent growth, things that we were once taught to re Christian religion who was much in [/inwieoiet,] the many good works and comes decay. At thirty-five she gen
m.» wared day or night.
having, by some process of natural gard as among the most pleasant in terested in the welfare of his soul, was valorous deeds which he did upon earth, erally looks a little worn, her flat chest
selection, developed into rudimentary life, the gathering of families, the talk sought in marriage by a good-looking as great King of Egypt.” Whatever symbolizing the disappearance of vigor
DR. G. F. TUCKER,
ing over old times with brothers and fomale who was in tho ranks of the un other motives, high or low. m tv have and vitality, and at forty you see In her
life very early in the history of man. cousins
and the joyous public festivities,
features quite plainly the marks of
But of late years his race has enor these are the saddest humbugs of godly, and the man replied to her suit influenced the authors of these hierogly premature age.
phic inscriptions, oue of them was cer
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O regon . mously increased, and it may be inter modern civilization, the things that that he must think of the salvation of
German children, especially girls,
his soul, and then he might be ready tainly their love or fear of humanity,
po:son our cup of happiness. With Io think of her. In many instances their dim conviction that they belonged are less brought forward than Ameri
Offloe—Two doors east of Bingham’s furniture esting to note some peculiarities of a
being whose uses on earth are so small these maxims and some few others the the beauty of the women has been too to a race which would go on forever can ones. In America the children, as
Laughing gas administered for painless extraction.
and yet his increase so rapid. To de literary cynic makes out pretty well.
much for the men to withstand, and filling tho earth, and to which they were a rule, all take their meals with their
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The art cynic has a narrower sphere they have asserted their rights as lords bound by some kind of moral respon parents and see all the company that
him generally as a man who
admires nothing is too far vague to of action. You may find him about the and masters and asked the girls.
sibility. They wrote for the world, conies to the house, consequently they
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
admit of being accepted as a definition. picture galleries. He stands before a
One poor fellow was once asked why and it is in that sense that I call their are less troubled with shyness than
Like all animals of complex machinery picture where the whole soul—a poor he was not married, and he answered writings the first germs of a world German children. A German girl of
he can not be defined in a phrase. Man, thing, peihaps, but all he has—of the sadly that none of the girls had asked literature. And as in Egypt, so it was sixteen or seventeen is much »ess in
for instance—the genus to which he artist has been poured out. Women, him. The story is told that once several in Babylon. Nineveh and Persia. Whpn dependent than an American girl of
$1 and |2 Houte. Single meals 25 cents,
belongs—has b< i defined a great many looking at the fixed thought on the couples came to the missionary to be the dwellers on tho Euphrates and the same age. She must never go out
fin. lampl. Booms for C.mmsroial Hen times, but hitherto not with much suc canvas, are moved to tears. He, how
married. When they were directed to Tigris had learned that nothing seemed alone, nor without a chaperone or a
cess. He has been called a debating ever is unmoved. After mature consid join hands with their partners one man to endure, that fire and water would des female servant, usually kuown as a
F. MU LT Nt It, Prop.
animal, but rats hold sacred conclaves, eration he turns to his friend and was found without any intended wife, troy wood and stone, even silver and bonne. She must never speak to a
and a gambling animal, but I believe I whispers audibly: “Ah! yes—pretty and was asked where the damsel was. gold, they took clay and baked it, and gentleman unless he should be
W. V. PRICE,
have seen monkeys gambling. So with well—the old trick, you see!” So the ”0,” replied the bridegroom, “she is hid the cylinders, covered with cunei especially introduced to her by her
the different species of man. There is simple country folks dry their eyes, at the do >r putting on her frock;” and, form writing, in the foundations of parents, or with the approbation of her
no possible phrase which can at the ashamed to be seen crying over a picture as she delayed appearing, he went after their temples, so that even after the parents. Yet the German children are
same time exclude other species and that is done by the “old trick." and go her, and soon returned, after helping destruction of these temples and pala es generally overindulged and spoiled
on to the next, all their pleasure spoiled. to arrange tho bridal dress, and the future generations might read the story by their parents. Every one in the
comprehensively describe one.
It is true that the modern cynic ad Sometimes he gets an opportunity of bonds were duly forged.
Up Sta.ir3 in Adams' Building,
of tho past. And there in their sate house is expected to yield to them.
mires nothing which other men have speak ng out in some review. Then,
The Sandwich Islands is the only hiding places those cylinders have boon They are rarely reproved for crying,
done. This, however, permits him to taking the p'eture in detail, he has a place where squeaking shoes are fully found again after three thousand years, nor is self-denial or self-restraint seri
concentrate his admiration the more chance to sneer at every one.
appreciated. The natives regard it as unharmed by water, unscathed by fire, ously inculcated. Servants are re
The theatrical cynic—he never laughs an important part of the foot wear, and and fulfilling the very purpose for which proved for not obeying them, and
intensely on himself. Il may be also
of him that he does nothing, but and never cries; needless to add that cheerfelly pay aoeording to the amount they were intended, carrying to us the every thing is done to induoe them to
CUSTER POST BAND, said
ne never applauds.
nnest opportu- of squeak! furnished. Once when a shoe- living message which the ancient rulers fancy themselves the most important
then this enables him the more strongly he
to respect himself for what he might nity is when the whole house is in tears. mak‘er wa, applied to for ghoes witl, tha of Chaldea wished that we, their dis persons in the house. This mistaken
The Best in the State,
k in the^ he agked hig custoiner tant decendants, should receive. Often system of education renders them self
have done. It may be further said that He is wont then to turn round to the
1» yrwpared to fuiniah music for all occasions at reason
miieh he wouId haTe
t in_a these inscriptions end with impreca ish, overbearing and conceited.
he attains to nothing; but then he has man with him, whose throat is. perhaps.
able rates. Address
the power of considering: what he might choked at the moment with a sup penn,*g worA, twenty-five or fifty
tions against those who should dare to good deal of this egotism is knocked
ed ’ sob, and to whisper loudly: £ents< worth> and thoJ native fiQall' injure or eft'aco them. At Khorsabad, out of them at school and at college,
N. J. ROWLAND, have achieved, and with what superior presse
but early impressions are never entire
Business Manager, McMinnville.
brilliancy of execut on, had he chosen “Very badly done, all this. I never concluded he would take a whole dol ___
le very interior of the const
to enter "the arena. His name is little saw a worse piece.” So that the peo lar’s worth.— Good Words.
which ly effaced, and the feeling remains,
was found a large stone chest, wliic
known to the outer world, perhaps little ple all round leave off crying ana try
several inscribed plates i in only to be transferred to their own
—Kerosene ha? teen found on the inclosed
respected by the circle to which he be not to feel interested in the heroine’s
various materials—one tablet of gold, children.
Why is it that the German women
longs. His kind may be subdivided sufferings. In the same way, when coast of the Red Sea, near Suez.
one of silver, others of copper, lead
—A Montana jury recently brought and tin; a sixth text was engraved on are superior in freshness of looks and
into several principal and a very large faces are broadened with grins, when
boxes and pit and gallery are in a verdict of guilty against a cowboy alabaster, and the seventh document in duration of beauty to their trans
number of subsidiary classes.
The literary cynic is, of course, the roaring with laughter, he will sit with and his friends rode into town and was written on the chest itself. They atlantic sisters? Is the answer to be
Corner Third and D uirwets, McMinnville
first that demands attention, not be • unmoved countenance orremark. impa- gave them a whipping.
all commemorate the foundation of a found in tho diet? I have often
cause he is the most important but be t ently, “Dear me! this is very melan
—The value of the hardware pro city by a famous King, commonly called watched the diet of American ladies
he makes the most noise. He is choly!” which has an effect upon the duced in the United States each year Sargon, and they end with an impreca passing through here. Hot biscuits
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON, cause
and tea are varied with preserves
to be found in certain papers, daily and audience s m lar to that of oil upon the is now about sixty million dollars, and tion:
unnumbered smiles of ocean. Some nearly half of it is made in Connecti
made pound for pound, and endless
gilts ago I saw two of Jhese
these critics at cut.— Hartford Post.
in a few novels. He is not, as a rule, nights
hand, destroys my constructions, pulls varieties of cake and the inevitable
York theater. They were not
scholarly, nor perhaps has his thought a New
—The only part of the civilized down the walls which I have raised pie. Pastry, which most children in
The Best Rigs in the City. Orders so much depth as can be observed in greatly advanced I in years, the elder world in which people can conceal their —may Asshur, Kinib Raman and the this country are not allowed to touch
eing apparently about twenty-one. age is said to be in America. The thor great gods who dwell there, pluck his until they get their long frocks and
the works of the ancient philos being
Promptly Attended to Day or Night,
ophers, but he makes up for these They listened with grave faces at the ough system of registration in vogue name and seed from the land and let tail coats, is in American families the
defects by smartness and by an funny parts, keep ng, I thought, a fur in other countries renders such statis him sit bound at the feet of his foe.” — every-day food of young and old. Tea
overwhelming sense of superiority, tive eye one on the other, to detect and tics public property.
Max Muller, in Contemporary Bedew. is the grand panacea for all fatigue,
low spirits, dampness, cold, pains in
which, spile of a poss:bly kind deride any accidental lurking smile,
—The half-clad citizens of the Ber
the head and in the back, and for
heart can not refrain from breaking out
mudas have an idea of the eternal fit
nearly all the ilia that flesh is heir to.
SHOPPING IN CHINA.
into sneers. He acts as critic, either on
ness of things, for they, it is said, im
What mere human beauty could stand
books or on men and women. If on up higher than we could well bear, these port for their use largely potatoes from
A Country Where the Engagement of a
books, he has one rule to start with and
the States at two dollars a barrel and
“Cash-Boy” In a Necessity.
Want of exercise in the open air is
one method of treatment. An impossi
A Strictly Teuiperancs Resort.
send us potatoes of their own growth
The foreigner in China who goes out the great enemy of female beauty
ble standard is set up—that standard art altogether conquered and drove out at from fifteen to twenty dollars a bar
“shopping” usually loads his “boy,” throughout the world. The transient
<ood(T) Cburob members to the contrary not of excellence which our cynic would
reach himself, were he to write; and faculty so far mastered the emotional,
1 aa his native servant is called, with beauty of the American women is no
then, this bemg implied rather than ex that I hey lost the powerof feeling, the
necklaces of copper “cash,” ot which doubt in a great degree to be attributed
plained, he proceeds to show how far thought, in watching for the expression black-and-tan terrier that was dear to twelve hundred equal a dollar, They to the extreme heat and variability of
the climate in America, which will not
the writer has fallen. This done, of the poet, suddenly rose, moved by a
“Orphans’ Home” short
he next holds up to popular scorn any common impulse. “Bah!” said the man about to go to Fonda, N. Y., had are small disks of metal with square admit of the exercise requisite for
strav bits where the author has plunged younger, with an infallible air of disdain, stolen it, and she wrote to the Fonda holes punched out of the center, health. The moisture with which the
into enthusiasm, fallen into genuine “what rot it is! Let us get out of here.” chief of police, who soon found the dog through which they are strung to atmosphere here is generally impreg
nated exercises a most soothing influ
feeling, or become a victim to virtue So they got out. The two boys were, and sent it back to its mistress by ex gether.
Tt. oftly Snt c I m , and the only parlor-ilk. ahop In the
ence upon the nervous system. In
and goodness. All these backslidings after all, only boys. As for the rest of press.— Troy Times.
oity. None but
—Several years ago an Illinois man pleases, and turns over the wares at America the dryness oi the air keeps
are carefully nicked out and paraded, us we cried and laughed at the foolish
piece till our sides ached.
quit chewing tobacco, but recently he random. The shopkeeper, lost in the people constantly strung up above
Mret - class Workmen Employed. labeled as “gush.” To prevent ••gush.”
I saw a young but very promising began again. The first day he en gaping wonder at the si range aspect of the concert pitch. There they are all
indeed, is the literary cynic's chief
cynic the other day, in an Episcopal joyed it so much that he used up the “foreign devil,” does not ask him the time under the influence of an
nm 4«>r nun Of Y.mhlll County B.Ú Building.
Care must be taken to distinguish be Church, Three oovs were sitting thirty-five cents’ worth of navy plug, to buy. But if the foreigner means artificial stimulus. They burn their
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tween him and another of a different together, he in the middle, but I think and then was taken sick and for two or business, then there follows a scene of candles, so to speak, nt both ends. The
H. H. WELCH.
blooming middle age of the German
race. but. in some respects, resembling he had come alone, The other two three days acted very like a man with wrangling and chaffering.
woman is the grand distinctive feature
h m—the prig. Priggishness has its nulled out their Bibles and followed ths delirium tremens.— Chicago .Mail.
of Germany, and it is owing, not to the
—A gentleman in Plymouth last year own self-respect, or rather veneration. lessons, joined in the chants, sang the
—A ..umber of young ladies of Oma handling some article.
absence of a special diet, but simply to
sent out to a friend in England a But prigs believe in each other: they h vmns. knelt for the prayers, and gener ha have organized a secret society
"Ten tollale” (ten dollars).
present of a barrel of the best Cape see in each other the virtues which they ally comported themselves with be known as the “Order of the Chicken
is too their inhaling a considerable quantity
of fresh air both in summer and win
cranberries. The Englishman returned admire in themselves, and they gush coming reverence and propriety. He, Heart.” Each member must swallow much.”
ter.— Berlin Cor. N. Y. Sun.
“is thanks, bnt was sorry that the solemnly over them. A pr g can not however, my cynic, regarded them, to a roasted chicken heart once a week for
“How much will give?”
berries when they arrived were all contain "himself. “See.” he says, speak right and left, with an air of the most two months, at the end of which time,
“Why, about three dollars.”
—Many names of Maine towns and
sour.— Boston Transcript.
ing of another, but looking in the glass sublime contempt. He would look in a dream, she will be brought face to
“Can do, can do!” is the joyful as
villages are puzzlers to the uninitiated,
—A Toronto cat is credited with re the while, “see how good he is, how around the church, as if to call atten face with the man whom she is to sent.
markable intelligence. She saw a rat well he does his work, what an earnest tion to this preposterous humbug and marrv.
The next time the foreigner learns to both in pronuciation and spelling, and
bis own superiority. In deference to the
—The Syracuse (N. Y.) Standard offer a fifth of the sum asked, instead it is fortunate that postmasters, mail
»“out to go through a small knothole sense of duty he has. what feelings of service,
he stood up for the hymns and objects to the prevailing indiscriminate of a third.
agents, etc., are gifted with the Yankee
iu a tight board fence, and, knowing responsibility, what contempt for the
that she could not reach the rat before commoner paths «of frivolous men?" sat down for the lessons; but lie neither use of the word “alleged,” which, it
The chaffering is carried on through faculty of guessing. A postal clerk in
, reached the hole, she went over the For the pr g is nothing without his affected anything but the most supreme says, is wrongly used in nine raxes out an interpreter, unless both customer Penobscot County had a puzzler of the
of ten. Alleged means to assert with and trader speak pidgin English. kind the other day. He found two let
fence like a shot and captured him on sense of auty and pitying contempt for
other men. We common men are de boredom at the whole thing. “Relig positiveness, but most people have When it comes to paying, the “boy” ters in his mail, one going to “Whitoo
•he other side.
the bad habit of emp.oying the takes off one of the heavy necklaces ot Bedlock’’ and the oth ir to “White
will was probated at Philadel spised. too, I admit, bv the cynic, but piety? Dear, dear, what absurdity.” formed
word as if it meant that a charge had “cash," and unstrings a few hundreds Opedlock." He sent them to Wytopit-
phia recently that was made by a per in a different wav. He sneers at our
lock, and they have not yet been re
son who died over twenty-five years follies, in which he joins; he despises more effective in his small wav. is the been made which bad not been proved. of the clumsy coins.
— Lewiston (Me.) Journal.
virtues, some of which he shares;
Reporters speak of an alleged theft,
Then* is no gold coinage, and the turned.
*£°- Its provisions were long since our
—A babe waa seriously poisonea st
and an alleged biggest squash, mean little silver in circulation ia viewed
he curls his lip at us because we do our
carried out, but it became necessary to duty
without an earnest sense of re-
ing that the reader shall ha-e some i with suspicion by the small tradesmen. Santa Barbara, Cal., by socking a
kaye it probated in order to make good
b lity. and yet he has none him po-se-sed of any foolish not ons of ad- doubt on the subject Lt would be Each silver coin is fingered, chattered green veil that was used for the pur
• title to real estate about to be »old.— spo'ns
self. The"prig, in fact, honestly tries to | mi rat on toward their fr ends or ac better to writs* supposed for alleged in I about, and disputed over, until the pose of screening the cradle.
possess the quality he adm res, but in quaintances. He knows the cheapness most cases where the latter word is paying becomes annoying. The for
—Mrs. Mary Colby, of Vienna, Me.,
—In Boston there is a sign tnat the attempt assumes a more than mor of a trend s liquor; the reason—sordid preferred nowadays. It is difficult t< eigner,
although seventy-four years old, bar
wads: “Candy given with a loaf of tal share of them. The cynic calls the and selfish of course— of another say what an “alleged càarg«” doe* I with him. —Youth's Companion.
just nersonally worked out her road
•Town bread or qaart of baked beans attention of th* world to our ahamcleaa I | friend s kindness to him: the un mean
I tAX of four dollar*. — Boston Post.
WEST SIDE ’TELEPHONE.
The Leading Hotel of McMinnville.
Lirery, Feed and Sale Stables,
'■FOR THE TIME BEING."