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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1888)
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MCMINNVILLE, OREGON, AUGUST 10, 1888.
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
Physioian 4 Surgeon,
DARKNESS HAS UNKNOWN TERRORS
An Incident with a Moral That Hap
pened In a Minneapolis Hospital.
“For heaven’s sake turn up the light! Do
Ail ft quick or I shall go mad!"
A woman’s voice almost screeched forth
this command. She lay tossing upon an Iron
cot in a room in one of the Minneapolis hos
pitals. She wa* young in years, but the deep
lines on her still handsome face and her gen
eral appearance were only too suggestive of
a life of wild dissipation. She was a woman
of the town. A fever had been the means of
her removal from a house of sin to the pleasant
quarters in the hospital. She had awakened
from a two weeks’ unconscious sleep when
she opened her eyes to And herself in a semi
darkened room yesterday afternoon.
She appeared to be greatly frightened. The
pleasant faced young woman officiating as
nurse rushed to the window and pulled up
the curtain at her wild cry. The hospital
If so be sure and call for your tickets
physician, who was in the room at the time
and who stood at the sick woman’s bedside,
spoke kindly to her and said: “There is
nothing to be frightened at; but I’ll see that
your room is uever darkened again while
you are here."
“Thanks," said the trembling girl, and in a
moment she was far off again in dreamland.
“That little episode may seem a trifle queer
to you,” said the doctor to a visitor who was
It la positively the shortest and fin »t accompanying him on his rounds, “but it
line to Chicago and tlie east and south and won’t when I explain a little. I’ve had many
the only sleeping and dining car through years’ experience in a professional way with
these women. There is nothing under heaven
Omaha. Kansas^ City, .nd all Missouri that they fear, well or ill, so much a* dark
ness—not even death. They simply have a
horror of darkness. And they are all the
Its magnificent steel track, unsurpassed same way. A year’s experience in the life
train service and elegant dining and they follow brings about this result. The
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it the cause? That would be bal'd to explain. Per
haps they have visions that are unpleasant,
even horribla Perhaps they think. I've
noticed one peculiarity about this class of
Others may imitate,but none can surpass it women, they are happiest when they are not
given time to think. Natural, too. All alike?*
Our motto i* “always on time ’’
Indeed, yes. Find me one that will remain
Be sure and ask ticket agents for ticket* in a dark room either in company or aloue
via this celebrated route ami take none for a moment without screaming and 1 will
W II MEAD, G A
show you something I never saw in all my
No. 4 Washington street, Portland. Or. professional career and something 1 doubt
that any one ever saw.”—Indianapolis
------- VIA Till-------
W. V. PRICE.
Cascade Division’ now completed,
making It the Shortest, Best'
l p Rtairi in Adam*’ Building,
The Dining Car line. Tho Direct Route.
No Delays. Fastest Tiaius. Low
est Rates to Chicago and all
points East. Tickets sold
to all Prominent Points
throughout th* East and Noutlieast.
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
Reservations can ba secured in advance.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
Tu Hast Round Passengsrs.
w mi re;
lie cue fill au«l <io not niaka a niistske
but be sure to tako the
Northern Pacific Railroad.
An<l see that your tickets read via
THIS LINE, St Paul or Minnoapalil, to
avoid tdntngee and serious delays occa
sioned by other routes.
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
on regular express trains full length of
the lino. Berths fres. Lowest rates.
General Ofllee Of the Gompany, No,
Washington St.« Portland, Oregon.
The Ltoyal Ttoute
A 1) CHARLTON.
Asst General Passenger Agent.
FIRST CLASS BAR
McMinnville, is opened
Japanese Funeral Custom*.
During my visit to the park I passed a
Japanese funeral procession that was quite
novel. Before reaching the procession my
attention was attracted to what seemed to l>e
the spasmodic shouting of quite a number of
men, and as they passed, noticed that about
every two minutes they all united in shout
Where you will find the best of
ing some words in unison. Between these
Wines and Liquor«, also
Opposite Grange Store McMinnville. Or times they would chat and laugh together
and stop to bow and talk with any friends
Imported and Domestsc
they met, and often, after what would seem
Cigars. Everything neat and Clean.
to be an explanation of whose funeral it was.
T. M. F ields , I’ropr.
many would join and swell the procession
Noticing the absence of all females, 1 was in
formed that the women did not as a rule
attend, especially a? this was a divorced wo
Sample rooms in connection.
Borne on a litter formed of two poles was a
plain pine box, probably about two feet
square and about three feet high, into which
FLEMING, & LOGAN, Prop’s.
the body was jammed with its head between
I» now fitteti up in first ciani oitler.
AU kinds of fancy hair cutting done in its knees. Surmounting this was a peculiar
Accommoilations aa «ioti an can be the latest and neatest style
kind of canopy made of some brownish ma
foun din thè city.
All kinds of fancy Hair dressing and hair tcrial and ornamented with rice cakes, rice
dying, «specialty Special attention given straw, fern and a liberal supply of Japanese
S. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
prayers, fastened together by a string and
Ladies’ and Childrens’ Work
tacked to the box, as circulars are in your
I alsu have for sale a very fine assort street cars. I was told that the age and sex
ment of hair oils, hair tonics, cosmetics, etc are designated by a lantern placed in front
I have in connection with tny parlor, of the body, the absence of which indicated
• the largest and finest stock of
the one referred to as being a divorced
Third Street, between K and F
woman, they being the only exception. 1
did not have time to witness the burial
Ever in the city.
ceremonies, but understand that they ore
I^T hikd S treet M c M innville . O regon . placed in the cemeteries just os they come,
and if you wish to And the grave of some
particular departed friend you have to climb
First-class accommodations for Ccminer
around until you find it.—Cor. San Francisco
cial men and general travel.
Transient stock well eared for.
----- THE LEADER IN-----
COOK’S HOTEL Hair
weaving and Stamping.
The St. Charles Hotel. Shaving, Hair Cutting and- - - -
- - - - Shampoing Parlors.
Henderson Bros. Props
Everything new and in First-Class Order
Patronage respectfully solicited
In Boston nothing is held to be too good
for a genteel corpse. Two coffins, just now
President,............... J. W. COWLS, in
process of construction by a local mauu
Vice-president, LEE LOUGHLIN. factuncr—to be used some day by a grand
of the Baron von Wurtemburg and
Cashier............... CLARK BRALY. daughter
her husband—will cost not less than $5,(XX)
apiece. They are made of mahogany, seven
Sells exchange on Portland, San inches thick, carved in bold relief with the
most elaborate designs. All of these are in
Francisco, and New York.
manner emblematic of death. On the
Interest allowed on time deposits. some
panel a spider—itself symbolic of the grim
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m destroyer—has caught tbe fly at last in a
web so delicately executed that you fear to
Apr. 13 tf
breathe upon it lest it blow away. In an
other place a griffin’s claw supports a human
skull from a fracture in which a lizard is
Character Training at Home.
crawling. Still another panel shows an owl
in tbe act of capturing a mouse, and so on,
It is well for our moral reformers, the intention being to express the idea that
who are just now so hard upon the death comes soon or late to every living
common s.chool for its deficiencies in thing.
the top of each coffin Is carved a coat
moral training, to reinember that the of On
arms, and every available inch of the in
fair contrast is not between a great tenor is beautified by the cutting tools.
school in tho lower wards of a metro Inside these superb caskets are swung two
politan city and an idoal family in the silken hammocks for the eventual reception
most secluded, social, suburban pre of the baron’s granddaughter and her spouse.
serve; but between that school and tho They are not dead yet, be It understood.
Quite otherwise. But, having no end of
homes of its children, and the swarm money, they wish to die regardless of ex
ing streets where they are “tempted of pense. A $125,000 mausoleum in a local cem
tbe devil” at every corner, and crowded etery will serve os a receptacle for the costly
like droves of cattle on the way to and boxes. — Rene Bacbe in New Orleans Pica-
from the sohool-house. If the critic yunu.
Great English Remedy.
Trade M»rlu A guaranteed cure for *11
nervous diseases, such as weak
memory, loss of brain power,
hysteria, headache, pain in the
J back, nervous
wakefulness, leucorrhoea, uni
versal lassitude, seminal weak
ness, nilpotency, und general
loss of power of the generative
Befora Taking»organSt jn cither sex, caused
bv indiscretion or over exertion, and which
ultimately lead to ¡»remature Trad« Mark,
old age,insanity and consump
>1.00 per box or six
boxes for $5.00,sent by mail on
receipt of price. Full particu
lar* in pamphlet, sent free to
WE GUARANTEE SIX
BOXES to cure any case. For
every $.'» oo order received, weAft*r Tiklsg-
send six boxes with written guarantee to re
fund the money if our Specific does not ef
fect a cure
Address all communications to the Sole
THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO.
Kansas City, Mo.
Sold by Rogers A Todd, sole agents
Harness. Baddies, Etc, Etc,
Repairing neatly done at reasonable
Wright’s new building. Corner Third
«nd F streets, McMinnville. Or
Caveat’, ami Trade Marks obtained, and
*11 Patent business conducted for MODER
ATE FEES OUROFFK E ISOPPO8ITB
T. 8 PATENT OFFICE We have nosub
•gencies, all busineMs direct, hence can
transact patent business in less time and
lea* coat than those remote from Wash
ington. ■ end model, drawing, or photo,
with description, We advise if patentable
nr not free of charge, Our fee not due till
patent is secured
A book, "How to Obtain Patent*,’’ with
references to actual client* in vour State,
county, or town sent free. ^Address
C. A. SNOW i CO.
Opp«^ite Patent Office. Washington. D C
Proprietor of th*
Ndfadli tey Siiti,
establishment . j
Third Street, McMinnville Or
For a Genteel Corpse.
Transact* a General Banking Builnen.
would follow the children from their
school hours through the rest of the
week, he would see that a majority,
even in the best community, are never
under moral, sanitary, social aid re
fining influences so elevated as in the
school-house. Nothing is gained by
such overstrained and one-sided pict
ures of the defects of the character
training side of the public schools as
we are often called to witness in our
educational gatherings. They do great
injustice to the teachers and schools,
and play into the hands of those malig
nant ecclesiastics, who forget that even
a burning zeal for religion does not ex
cuse from telling Her about the people’s
common school. — Kducatwn.
—Aruna S. Abell, proprietor of the
Baltimore Sun, who died in his eighty-
second year, left a fortune estimated
at f20.000.00a He began his life "at
the case.” and was one of the found
ers of the Philadelphia Ledger, after
ward removing to Baltimore and es
tablishing the Sun. These are two
among the most unique and financial
ly successful journal* in the country.
—Mrs. Betsey Torrey, of ScftusV-.
Mass., a sprightly old lady of n>nety-
who still enjoys the best of health, has
one claim to fame in that -he b«.oft
en drunk from the original “OidOa-
en Bucket.” which lhe noet Wood
famous in *ong. The - buck-
et was in a well al the Northey home-
stead, in Greenbush, near 8cituate,
where Mr*. Torrey lived for » number
Advice to the Anglomania«.
The a verage Anglomaniac may survey him
•elf in tho gloss with satisfaction as he con
templates his Poole made suit, his Norfolk
jacket, his covert coat, his Knickerbockers,
h;s yarn stockings, his dogskin glovee, bis
blackthorn walking stick, his rimless eye
glass, bis white “spats” and bis gypsy set
rings, and may listen with delight to the
sound of bis own voice in conversation with
* similarly anglicized countryman a* he
drawls forth hi* “London accent”—both may
revel in the fool’s paradise of their imagi
nary and only too willing expatriation, to
their hearts’ content, and fondly believe they
are exactly “like Englishmen, you know."
But never an Englishman will you And who
mistakes them for other than they are.
English made clothes, a thousand voyage,
across the Atlantic in the mutual admira
tion, mutual deceiving atmosphere of a fash
ionably crowded Cunard steamer, Europe-
war<l in spring and homeward in antumn, or
the fact that each one has “a sister married
to an English earl’- (that acme of the Anglo-
maniac’s ambition!, cannot, does not, make
them in any sense English, to an English
man. -• Cockaigne” in The Argonaut
Prod Douglres at 70 Vesra.
Fred Douglass has just entered bis 71«
nar He told me the other day that be mar
reled at the fine preservation of his faculties
He had been without a home nearly all hit
(lie. and had been traveling continually
Genera Uy he had to put up with poor food.
bally ventilated tavern rooms and damp
beds He had also suffered not a little rlo
lenos Tins reflection led him to »bow me
the hand that was once broken by a mob
He believes that temperate habits have t>wn
bis miration H. never smokes or drinks
•nd be ears that bis indulgences have al way»
bmn moderate. - Washington Coe. Boston
One square or lea*, one insertion. .......... »1 «
One Miuaru. «xch ¡nibtwquent insertion.... 50
Notieeeofappouilmentand final settlement 5 00
Other li'ical advertisement.. 75 rent« for flrat
insertion aud W cents per square fur each sub
Speeial busineee notice« in buslneM «xtlumns,
10 cents |>er line. Regular business notices, 5
ccuta per liuo.
lTofraaiuual card«, Ilf per year.
Special rales fur large display “ads."
A Manufacturer’s Mistake.
Chicago Society Dame—Is there anything
specially new in table knives?
Robert Garrett I* on his way to Russia.
Dealer—Yes, indeed. Hero are some en«
Paul de Chaillu has settled for good In
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF AN INTER tirely new styles just out, Louis XIVth han EQUESTRIANISM AND ITS RAPID
ESTING RELIGIOUS SECT.
GROWTH IN THIS COUNTRY.
Hotwrt I>oul3 Stevenson was ¡»aid $8,000 for
“They are very pretty, I must say, but
his last novel.
they’ll never do; they're too sharp.”
The Idea of Nihilism Pushed to tho Ex
How Roller Skating Rink* Are Utilised.
Senator Stanford affects the low cut vest
“Too sharp, madam ?”
treme Limit—Some Strange Beliefs—Pe
“Yes, indeed; I guess I’ll keep on using my
Hint* to Horseback Rider*—The Model of olden timet
Gladstone 1* said to have got £250 tor a
culiar Social and Financial Methods—A old ones. I like to be in the fashion, but I’m
Saddle Animal, Hl* Gait* and How to
not so stuck on style as to run the risk of cut
ting my tongue on them things."—Orna lia
The Duke of Marlborough i* again in
The interesting sect of “Negators" offers to World.
The frequent mention of numbers of clever pecuniary difficulties.
us the spectacle of a strange religious pes
horsemen among the leading society people
On the Avenue.
8|*eaker Carlisle has just paid $24,000 for a
simism. The doctrines of this sect push the
has naturally revived the many experiences bouse hi Washington.
idea of nihilism and of negation to their ex
Minister Phelps will not returu to England
tremest limit. The members lead a life of
ful whether in peace or war that history can until thu middle of June.
vagabondage, and pass tbe larger portion of
produce any more or better examples of
their existence in prison. The government
Tennyson is again at work, aud, it is stated,
thinks their doctrines dangerous to public
horsemanship than the present day affords. at a poem of some length.
safety, and eubjects them to the moat rigor
In the olden days the equipments were crude
Governor Rusk, of \V isconsin, stands six
ous punishments. Let us take as a type of
and imperfect, as well as the animal* them feet three in Ills stockings.
this sect a certain merchant named Shishkin.
sol vea The knowledge of the horse has ad
PosliUiister General Dickinson is extremely
In his search for truth he four times changed
vanced. and likewise all the appointments fond of the game of tenpins.
his sect, and finally becaiqe persuaded that
•‘Ferdinand the Silken” is the nickname at
all religion was error and lying. He addicted
in mou«rr gaits and usea it is only recently Vienna for the prince of Bulgaria.
himself to the study of the sacred Scriptures,
und thought he perceived that they were not
Ferdinand de I»easep8, the great engineer,
thing over eight feet by a horse, and the
in accord with human nature, and then be
is extremely fond of taking ('old ba tbs.
came to repudiate all ideas of God and ro
Mr Balfour, the Irish secretary, used to be
feet by actual measurement. This, of course,
ligion, as well as all human institutions, all
applies to the trained hurdler or steeplechaser. nick named ’Clara" at school and college.
authority, government and society. He was
Governor Hill’s first business venture was
BOW THK PASTIMH HAS GROWN.
promptly arrested and imprisoned, and all
his property confiscated. He refused to jus
Our bunting clubs are a fine school for selling apples on a train, at the early age of V.
tify himself or to avail himself of legal help
President Ingalls uses a sand glass to time
horsemen, but they are, from the order of
for his defense, persisted in his opinions, aud
things, not accessible to every ona It is sur sj tea koi's when the senate enforces the five
continued to preach in the prison. Here is a
Jack (to young Callow)—That old gentle prising to those who have not watched its minute rule
curious specimen of his answers to the judge man we just passed seemed to know you, progress—the vast increase in horseback rid
Frank Saltus, brother of Edgar Saltus, the
ing. The roller skating rinks have served novelist, lute command of twenty-one differ
J udge— W ho are you!
one useful and commendable purpose. All ent languages.
Young Callow—Ya’as, he’s my father.
Prisoner—Don’t you see I’m a man! Are
that have an eligible location have been
Jack—Why didn’t you recognize him?
The sultan went into mourning for Em
Young Callow—To tell the truth, old boy, •ought by the teachers of riding schools, and i peror William, although it is contrary to
J —What is your religion!
I never do in the street. He comes of a instead of thousands toiling on rollers, we !
F.—I have none.
now have hundreds availing themselves of | Turkish custom.
rawther poor family, y’know.—Ej>och.
The pa|»ai jubilee has turned out to have
J. —What God do you believe in!
the rings in the old rinks in going the rounds
P.—1 dou*t believe in any God. God bo
with the riding master in the graceful walk, 1 been very expensive. Lt cost the Vatican
New York Newnpaperdom All Torn Up.
longs to you—to you people. It was you
New York Newspaper Proprietor — Mr. trot and lope on the back of the horse, re- ' about $ I, (MM), (XXI
who invented him. I don’t want him.
lx»uis Kossuth, the Hungarian patriot, now
Overwork, did you attend the opening of ceiving the pleasure of exercise accompanied 1
J.—Do you worship tho devil, then! (with that new co-operative factory at 7 o’clock by music and getting the benefit of the in his th year, is very feeble, and his end is
healthy pastime Among the most attractive fast approaching.
P. —1 worship neither God nor devil, be
sights these pleasant spring days are the
Reportor—Yes, sir, gav-’ it a column.
Confucius is visiting England. He is a
cause 1 have no need of prayer. The devil
“Did you get a report of the workingmen’s bridle paths specially provided for horseback Chinaman and claims to be a direct descend
is also an invention of yours. God and the mass meeting at 10 o’clock, view the parade riders in the park. There are hours in the ant in the seventy-second generation of the
devil are yours, as well as the czar, tho at 11, attend the labor committee at day. however, when these bridle paths are famous Confucius who gave China a re
pries», and government officials. You are 12. and interview the , forty-five labor inadequate to the wants of the multitudo of
all children of thesamo mother, lam not leadors I marked out for you this after accomplished horsemen escorting the fair
Karl Formes, the famous basso, who has
one of you, aud 1 wish to know nothing of noon?”
sex, whose graceful figures as they flit around
the sirves add to the picturesqueness of the lived in America for the past thirty years,
“Yes, sir; makes about ten columns.”
l>een engaged to sing at the approaching
Each for himself, say these sectaries,
“You have just come from the evening panorama.
there is neither right, uor duty, nor social or session of the workingman’s federation, I
To gather the most practical information Ixmdon season of Italian opera. He is 73
political or religious hierarchy. Man, aban suppose ?”
possible an interview was sought by tho re yeaiwot age.
doned to his natural instincts, without Ilin-
Justices I samarand Harlan are the only
“Yes, sir; am at work on the report now. porter witban expert equestrian, who said:
drauce from government, will be irresistibly It will make about three columns.”
‘•'l'here are two sty les of saddlo horses in use. member* of the United States supreme court
iin|Milled toward truth and equity. They
do nut own houses in Washington. Mrs.
“Good. When that is done make a tour One is the horse fashionable in Kentucky,
deny, without exception, all rights of prop throughout the tenement districts ami be whose gajts are the ¡»lain walk, running Uimar, however, is wealthy, and intends to
erty, and recognize no form of social organ sure to have some startling disclosures ready walk, aififjle foot, trot and canter. The buy or build a house at the capital.
ization. For them, marriage, the family, for tho printers before 2 o’clock in the other is the English style, thoroughly bitted
Dr CarloGardini, busband of Mme.Gerster,
social duties, do not exist; they live in a morning; then rush out and”-----
and in hand to walk, trot aud canter only. the o|»era singer, has received the order of
fantastic world of liberty without limit, and
Crown of Italy from King Umberto in
“Bog pardon, sir; but we reportershave
despise all that surrounds them.
just organized a branch of the Knights of produces the best type of saddle horses, and recognition of the value of the doctor’s work
For example, if any one asked Shishkin for Labor and wo will hereafter refuse to work they command the most money Others like on the United States—two large volumes.
anything whatever, be would give it them at over twenty-three hours a (lay.”
the Canadian horse. The taste for horses in
California papers are holding Israel Mat-
once, only it absolutely must be something
Boston, Philadelphia and Washington is thewson up as n sample case. Ten years ago
[Proprietor falls in a fit.]—Omaha World.
useful, fftod, clothes, or money for vital
about the samo. Few ride the Kentucky he found u $2 bill on the streets of San Fran
needs, etc. But be would not give a half
gaited horse. The popular horse here Is tho cisco nnd restored it to its owner. Today he
The New Boy.
penny for tobacco, wine, or such like things,
A policeman, who was passing through an English styla The horse that is properly Is worth $80,(XX) and runs tho biggest faro
“I should ¡»refer to throw the money out of
bitted and ready for tho saddle should 1)0
the window rather than help you to poison alley leading off of E11zat»eth streot, saw half ridden with a bit and bridoon, and so thor bank in Montreal.
yourself with tobacco,” ho answers to those
Renato: Isham G Harris, of Tennessee, was
oughly broken as to guide by tho nock,
who ask him for money to indulge in that yard, and when he asked what they were on tho curb or snaffle, or by both jointly, first sent to congress in 1800 There is not a
habit If any one thanks him, he answers:
in riding schools they are taught to ride man in either house whose congressional
“Waiting for a boy.”
“What a stupid word! You have received
with reins in each hand, samo as they handlo careei dates back so far as his. He has
what you wanted; you have eaten; well
reins, whereas all from Kentucky and served two terms in tho senate and is ready
“Belongs to the family just moved in.”
the south and west do not consider a horse a to run foi another.
These sectaries are advocates of all that is
Mr Isaac Pitman, the “father of shorthand
“Oh, nothing! we’re just going to see about saddlo horse until he will guide by tho neck;
natural, they never shave or cut their hair,
that is an instructivo idea. The reins should writing,” is now 76 years old. Ho is almost
they drink no spirits and do not smoke, so as something.”
<cutie, using no wine, beer, fqdrits, to-
The officer passed around to the front, and
not to spoil the natural beauty of tho intel
always free for any purpose. In riding with banco nor animal focxi of any kind. In re
lectual faculties. They dream of a life in
tho ladies on the road you should go on the ligion he is an earnest Kwedeuborgian. He
which each should work for himself, satisfy out and the biggest lad on the fence drop lady’s right band, which will prevent run is an early risei and a hard worker.
ing his wants with the productions of the
ning against the lady or any accidental col
Now thx.t Gen Boulanger has been turned
earth, and making for himself al) necessary but presently tho new boy came out on top, lision. The amateur rider does not know
articles. What is over ought to bo given tc and all tho others dropped down into the what constitutes a saddlo horse. The horse out of the army, he is entitled to a pension of
those who are in want. They entertain a yard and offered him a bite of their apples must have a good walk, good trot and good IU. imk ) franc* a year ami 2,(MM) francs addi
tional as a graud offi<*ei of the legion of
profound hatred for all compulsory work and declared him a good fellow. Ho had canter, and go at any rate of speed.”
honor His parliamentary salary will be
under all forma They never go into service, been tested and found sandy.—Detroit Free
9,000 francs, leaving him 21.000 franc* in alt
HOW TO MOUNT A HORSE.
even if threatened with death, and they em
It is interesting to notice tho simple act of
ploy no servants. When Shishkin was in
Vienna bread has made many fortunes and
prison they shaved him and tried to compel
Caller—How would you like a thrilling de mounting a horse. It is important to com one of $.H,(MX i ,(MM) came to Count Zang, who
bine grace with safety The school or styl died recently in Vienna In 1842 be estab
him to work; but he utterly refused, saying
‘Yon have taken me by force. 1 did not ask
Publisher- They always tako well. What ish custom is to stand with your back to tho lish'd the first shop for Vienna bread in
you to shut me up. So now you ought to feed has been your line, Indian stories, mediseval bead of the horse, with the reins in the loft Paris, and from that gained his wealth. The
hand resting upon the pummel of tho saddle, shop exists still as the Maisou Zang, on the
«>e und work for me." It was of no use t<
tlog him, to chain him to a wheelbarrow, t<
“I am not a writer by profession; lam a your left foot tn the stirrup, then with a Rue Richelieu.
•wing encompassing a half circle you rise
shut him up in a dungeon, to give him onlj detective.”
“Gen." Booth, the Salvation Army loader,
bread and water; it had no effect He re
“Won’t do. Those true stories never read and settle in the saddlo. The expert’s method ts one of the sharpest businessmen in Eng
land and has accumulated a large fortune.
the horse. You put the left foot in the stir Ticket* of admission to bl* daughter’s wed
These sectaries do not allow of tbe ex
“I am a Chicago detective.”
change of products or of trade, “If yon
ding to Mr Fakeer Tucker were sold at $5
“Oh, I bog your ¡»ardon; thought you were
want anything and I can give it you, tak< going to offer mo a history of somo brilliant resting on the opposite side of the cantel or apiece, and tiuihired* were purchased by the
it. When I in my turn want anything, you piece of detective work. Let me see your back of the saddle, then with a vault you arUtocriu y of Ixindoo.
will land easily in the saddla This is also
will give it me." They preach free love and romance.”—Omaha World.
Immediately after Emperor Frederick left
the most general custom, the only difference
•Io not recognize marriage They oonsidei
to bold the reins and mano both with the San Item»» the sultan sent him a collar, con
women to be independent beings, equal U
In a Contemplative Mood.
men, free to choose lovers and occupation.*-
left hand. All the while you have the ani sisting of uine hazel nuts with Inscriptions
“Why so contemplative, papa miner* said mal under control, and in this position there from the Koran, over which the dervishes
according to taste. They replace tbe won!
wife by friend.
is much less liability of accident from any and sheiks of the palace bad prayed, and
A man, a woman and a child were brought eminent Chicago pork packer; “is your mind unexpected movement, shying or fright of which, as tbe sultan assured the crown
your horse by which the animal may be made princts. would cure him as if by magic.
tiefore a judge, accused of belonging to the upon business cares intent I"
“Yes, dear," he replied, pushing her away to kick or get away from the rider.
The wp/ilthicst man In tbe northwest Is
sect of Negators. “Is this your wife!" asked
Lhe judge. “No, sho is not my wife." “But gently; “and you mustn’t disturb mo now. I
'rhere is another important and yet very James J Hill, of St Paul, president of the
rniirtNid Hl* fortune of $10,000,000
simple fact tittle known, after being
you live with her!” “Yes; but she is not
silvered pigtail favor* for the german, and I mounted, and that ts the skill to start a box nearly all tmen made during tbe past ten
mina She is her own." “1* this your hus
am trying to think out something that will horva The reins should be held gently, not year* in railroad «¡»eeulatlons and real estate.
bandF “No; he is not my husband,” an
-»wered the woman. “But how is it, tbenF prevent the grunt from running entirely to pullina, and there should be an almost im Mr Hill is 51 yeur* old, and bid* fair to
i k<xi tbe judge, astonished. “1 need him waste.”—New York Sun.
perceptible bending forward of the body, double his wealth l>efore de|»arting this life.
oid he needs me, that is all; but we each l»e
which, to a trained saddle horse, is far better
Crown Prince William, of Germany, had
img to ourselves,” answered tbe woman
understood and more readily responded to an opportunity of diKplaying his hatred for
Mrs. Ravezrien Riche (In fur store to sales than talking or clucking The swinging of everything English the other day, in which
And this little girl, 1« she yoursP continue?-
uhe judge. “Na Sho is of our blood, bu» man)—I want to look at a pair of furnalias.
the body is sufficient and he instantly re- dislike hi* own mother is included. He had
Salesman (doubtfully) — I don’t think I iponda A horse should never bo started off a «udneii attack of noee bleeding, and several
die does not belong to us, but to herself.’
But are you mad, then?” cried the magi*
abruptly and on the jump, as very many in meml»en> of Ids suite offer» d handkerchiefs to
Mrs. H. R.—One of my friends has bought considerate riders make a habit of doing. It stay th» flow He refused assistaece, with
rate, out of patience, “Thia cloak that you
r i wearing, is that yours?”* “No, it is not
•tarties a horse and is a bad habit, which tho remark ’The more of thi* English blood
nine.” answered the sectary. “Why do you she got the paraphernalia* to go with it, and grows upon him, and often the first spring of I lose the tietter "
rear it then?" “1 wear it because you have I want a ¡»air, too.
the horse tn starting causes more accidents
Oscar W ilde and his wife are a very ordi
Salesman (face reddening)—We are all out than the other faults in the animal. Always
n»»t taken it from ina This cloak wa* on
nary l»M»king |»air of mortals, according to *
lie back of some one else, now it Is on mine, of them to-day, madam.—Judge.
in starting out you should go off on a very l/»ndofi corres)M)ii<lenL lie has grown no
* rhaje to-morrow it will be on your*» How
•low walk. It restores confidence, and if the stout as to be alM»oIutcIy unpicturesque, and
The Only Remark.
■ m you expect me to know to whom it be-
horse I* inclined to nervousness that soon dis th» latter, while «he «lresses with a degree of
•;igs? Nothing belong* to me but my
“I say, Bobby,” whispered Feathorly, “did appears, and then you pursue your Journey individuality I* by no means the picture of
| ought and my reason." And so on.
your sister Clara seem ¡»lensed when sho with ease and pleasure.
artistic loveliness that one might reasonably
The word* “faith," “power,” “law," learned that I intended to call last night!”
The horse whose ancestors aro real saddle demand that the wife of tbe apostle of the
“I didn’t notice,” said Bobby.
’usage," inspire them with profound horror.
horses is more pleasant aud easier to ride and sunflower should be
“Didn’t you hear her nay anything!”
Under no pretext do they have recourse to
to cultivate and teach than one that I* bred
Rev Rotwrt Collyer wa* 27 yea/e old when
“Let—me—see,” mused Bobby. “Well, the regardless of such characteristics. The sad
the protection of the magistrate, preferring
u» suffer with patience. To appeal to tbe law only thing I heard was that sho told ma she dle instinct has been bred in him for genera he came to this country He brought hl*
for protection would be to recognize it, to mustn’t forget to set the clock half an hour tions, and this instinct ha* been intensified bride over with him in tbe steerage. For
submit to social institutions; but to submit fast.”—New York Run.
by education until tho true saddlo horse is a nine year* he worked a* a blacksmith in
Pennsylvania, then he became a local Meth
to law i* to destroy one’s individuality, which
distinct type.—New York Herald.
odist prea<*her. but later be bec'ame a Uni
Educational >1 after*.
should rest for its support only on the indi
and went to Chicago, where he eoon
vidual conscience and personal conviction*.
Uncle James—And so you graduate next
Arab Wonen In Their Hath.
made a reputation, and *tw then called to the
It must be added that they do not believe in week, do you, Penelope!
The baths are tho great places of rendezvous I Church of tbe Messiah in New York.
Ute life of the other world and tbe reward* of
for tbe Arab women, who spend an afternoon :
tbe future life. They hold that man i* im
Uncle James--Do you graduate in French! there frequently «their hours being from 13
The little king of Spain I* a constant source
mortali*ed only in posterity, in tiehalf of
Penelope—Oh, yes, uncle, in French and— till 71, and they certainly deserve this much of disturltfirice in the royal ¡mlaceof Madrid.
which be spends hi* moral and physical force. and Indian muslin and Valenciennes; just too social Intercourse. They oro seen with their A few day* ago he wm lost for hour* and, a*
lovely for any use!—New York Run.
children In the streets going to tho Lath no- I ha?« been related, was finally found in a cup-
cotnpaniod by a gorgeous negress carrying a ! tMmnl Not long after be was taking ’ala
A Cnrloas Finnish Myth.
A Very Annoying Habit.
brotire vessel filled with neceesary articles rniddnv repast of bread and milk. Not lik-
Dairn and twilight are only rarely mails
Wife—John, you have a very annoying I and other bosket« and bundles containing a I ing the flavor of the milk be suddenly aeiai'd
divinitic. among untutored people*. But habit of saying, “What’s thatT whenever complete change of linen, also several stri(e tbt dish and pourtxl it* content* over the
they are personifl«*d in a curious Esthoniau you ar®spoken to. Can't you break yourself of orange bhreoma. Orange flower water Is nurw who was feeding him. Then bi*
myth among tbe Finn* It is related in this of it?
not to be forgotten, for It enters extensively majesty laughed In a mocking, haughty way
story that tbe sun Is a torch lit up «very
Husband (reading)—Er—what'» that/— Into their luxuries as a drink with their and ran off to ¡»lay with hi* toy*.
morning by Koi, tbe dawn, aud put out Epoch.
Henry Greville 'Mme Durand). In an in
meals and as a perfume. For the latter pur
every evening; by «Kmrnerik, the twilight.
pose a bottle of brass, silver or gold, with terview in Pari* on literary tophw, explain*
Their father, Ukko, the .ky, desiring to unite
misanthropic view of human nature in
long neck and a pepper box termination. Is
Hoke Gentleman—Rtxw'^igs? Yea, mam; used, with which they sprinkle guests at home part by the hardship* through which be went
them, tltey consented to come bigether for
a few .lays every year at tbe time of tbe
and friends at tho bath as well as themselves wlxn he first came to Pari* Hi* poverty
summer solstice, at «hw-h time there is in
Customer—What numler! Why two, of
The baths, again, "take tn washing," espe 1 wa* extreme» She narrates that he was once
Finland no night between the twilight and course! D’you take me f(»r a osatipede or a cially of heavy woolen burnooses, balks, ' Con>|M*lle*i to remain in be»laweek. nisclothea
Ute dawn On there days, tbe legend coo- one legged veteran <>f the war!—Life.
blankets, etc., which tbe attendants and the having been pawned and be not having
tinuaa. (Emmerik (««red the torch directly
moutebo «a young boy servant, whore name m»»ney to redeem them. For two years be
to his afliancwl. anti site blew it alive with
is evidently of Spanish origin) wash with hardly knew where hi* next meal "W to
b»r breath before it had time to fo out.—
The late Barghash Bin Heed, sultan of Zan their feet and plenty of rap aud water on come from, and this experience with the sin,
Count Oottlst d’AlvUUa la Fupular H cmocs zibar, leavra twenty-seven widows and 222
tbe marble pavement in the bo* room.— th» misery and the de^radatioo of Paria, has
ehudreu, Enough has Bin bead.—Exchange. Uarper*s Magaxine,
(Itocuierud In* whole Ufa
Ofllcs «ml residence on D street.
tails promptly answered day or niglit.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
IN THE SADDLE.