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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1893)
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tute of Oregon, Ytinililil County,
[ere you will find the nioat pro-
uctlve xectlou in the World,
and la cheap, offering apodal In-
ucement* to fruit mixers and
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McMinn ville, Yamhill County.
Here is the Comity neat, Here la
published THE TELEFHONE-
ItEGlSTEIl, Monarch of home
newapapem, accorded first pince
in nil the Directories.
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Circulation Guaranteed Greater Than That of Any Other Paper Published in^mhill County
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday , F ebruary
¡EON AND HOMEOPATHIC
rfnovatta j tilt
a/i Putsons from the ¿Pood,
whether of sc: ofuton: or
malarial originy >his /. -'p-
1 CAN EITHER FIGHT OR RUN.
NEW AND STRANGE SPECIMENS
OF MARINE ARCHITECTURE.
cross tlie ocean and make her tight in
tlie enemies’ own water.
Site will be 355 feet long, seventy feet
wide, and she will be eight feet higher
out of water than the Indiana. She
will also lie faster and have a greater
coal capacity, but instead of four ten-
inch guns in her main battery »lie will
be well armed with twelve-inch guns.
To make up for this »lie will carry
more rapid-lire guns. Like tlie Indi
ana, tlie Iowa will lie protected with
armor backed by cellulolse, a substance
that expands when itgetswet, so that
if an enemy’s shot should penetrate her
armor tlie water will cause the bucking
to swell up and close the hole, and very
little water will get Into her.
The Iowa will be fitted with two
heavy steel military masts for signub
lug, and her fighting tops will lie filled
with machine guns.
The new armored cruiser Brooklyn,
when finished, will lie the peer of unj’
cruiser afloat, and will be armed witli
eight 8-incli guns, twelve 4-pounders,
eight Upound rapid-fire guns and
twelve machine guns. She will lie
driven at u speed of twenty knots an
hour by engines of 16,500 horse power.
Her guns will lie protected by armor
ten inches thick, and site will be able
to steam from New York to San Fran
cisco without calling anywhere to coal.
In all last cruisers high speed has
only lieen attained by forced draught,
which eau lie maintained only for a
few hours at u time.
This is something that the naval en
gineers of the United States have been
trying to do away witli, and they have
hit upon a plan at last, and tlie new
cruiser Brooklyn, will be the first upon
which tlie plan will lie tried.
Tlie smokestacks of the vessel will be
almost as itigli as her fighting musts>
and will tower 100 fuel into the air
above the tops of her Ixiilers. She is to
be provided witli three of these enor
mous stacks, and in order to enable
them to stand they are to be built of fur
heavieriron than is used in an ordinary
smokestack. Tlie lower twenty-five
feet will be built of one-ineh steel, and
the upper sections will lie lighter in
proportion to their distance from tlie
deck and the weight they will have to
These big stacks are to lie as well
stayed as a ship'H mast, and will be
fitted with dampers to regulate the
draught like an ordinary stovepipe.
Just how tlie new ¡Jan will work of
course no one can say, but t lie result
will be watched with more than pass
ing interest on both sides of (he At
But the strangest innovation in ship
building conics from tlie Great Lakes
and is nn American idea from stein to
This new departure in shipbuldiug is
n whaleback for passengers. Tlie whale
back is like nothing else in the world,
and her inventor claims she can not
only carry the most freight for her size,
but be the most comfortable passenger
vessel afloat, and if built for war will
prove the best fighting ship in I he
The whaleback builders have now
branched out and aro making a strong
bid for tlie passenger trade of tlie lakes
The latest addition to tlie whale
back fleet is the passenger steamer
Christopher Columbus, which is de
signed to accomodate nearly 5000 pas
sengers. The new craft is built of
heavy steel and is 362 feet long, 42 feet
wide and 24 feet deep. The main sa
loon will be supported on seven turrets
and is 225 feet long and the full width
of the vessel. Over the saloon is the
promenade deck, which can also be
used as a ballroom.
The vessel was built to carry passen
gers from Chicago to the World's fair
grouuds, a distance of about six and
a half miles, and is expected to attain a
speed of twenty-two miles an hour:
The company is now at work on two
whaleback passenger steamers intend
ed for the Chicago and Buffalo trade.
These vessels are tosteam twenty knots
an hour and will have accommodations
for 2000 passengers.
I land ice cap of that land.
VOL. V. NO. 3
AN I ARI 1 IL KLG1UM8. ] ilown to th[ eoaMt !U1(l tbe expcdHtoll
___ j called it the great ice barrier. Pushing
ICY MASSES SENT NOR TH IN THE its front into the sea it rises above the
TRACK OF TRADE.
water as a continuous perpendicular
wall of ice vurying from 160 to ;tOo feet
Northern and Southern Seas and Land* in height. It was practically unbrok
Design for a Mounter Ilevord-Smasher on
Contrasted--Volcanoes In Victoria Land. en as far as Ross followed the coast line
the Atlantic lerry-SmokeMtack» that
though in two places he succeeded in
The Dundee Whaling Fleet.
arafioa has .'to cquul. . .
Loom up Like Masts—Tlie new Whale
setting foot on the edge of the unknown
back Lake Steamer Christopher Colum*
Ths southern seas have been cumber land.
‘•/•Vr eighteen m-'tit.'is f had a
ed during tbe past season by an enor The inland ice, therefore, like that of
bui Built to Carry 1'assengers.
The only Pure Creaui of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
fd.ug Sere on my langt:.', /?.••<!
mous number of flat-topped icebergs Greenland, is coextensive with the
/»;• best hcai jhystcici.t
in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
Wee, Rooms 1 and 2 Uuion Block.
from the mysterious land whose mar
: ! chained no relief; t’e w>
Never since primitive man first strad
shoreline as an enormous and Hat-top
dled a fallen tree und floated down
took S. S -S'., at:d teas a:ti \'l
bis prayers unless the native would
and is perhaps still illumined in the ped precipice as fur as ships have trac
stream with the current has such pro
cured i'ft er using a /« w iatt.'.s." »
give him a deed to his property, and
SC. I.. M c L emoru ,
gress been made in marine architecture
Due of tlio most interesting questions
tlie poor man was so frightened and so
column of flame. The icebergs und
as during the Inst fifty years.
be settled is whether the scattered HE JUST PRAYS HIS ENEMIES TO sure that lie would die inside of six
This is duo first to steam being sub
months that he actually did put his
from 250 to 400 miles further north than coasts that have been seen there are
Ice: Rooms 6 and 7 Union Block.
stituted for sails as u propelling power,
farm into the contribution box—aud
the average northern drift. Big ice parts of one great continent or whether
und second to the substitution of iron
islands have lieen seen almost within they are merely portions of an archi The Kahunas or Witch Doctor« of the the farm was the only thing he hail in
und steel for wood in the construction
sight of the 1 ape of Good Hope, nearer pelago. Ross inclinced to the latter Islands, and Their Curious Methods— the world.
of vessels. The first steam vessel that
Blood and Skin
Another curious case was that of a
the southern end of Africa than they view believing that a wide channel They Possibly Influenced the Queen.
1 Diseases mailed free.
ventured across tbe Atlantic developed
native sailor named Kanae, who, get-
T he S wift S pecific C o ..
have been before for fifty years. South might somewhere be found, leading far
JRGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
Ga. a s[iccd of about eight knots un hour
Notice is hereby given that the Atlanta,
But few who have read how the Ha i ling tired of seeing nothing on his sea
polar icebergs have never before been toward the^south pole. It is believed,
llty of surgery anil diseases of women ed as executor of the last will and testa under favorable circumstances, and she
ment of Joel Stowe, late of Yamhill county,
known to impede navigation near the however, that the immense thickness waiian queen has lost her throne have trips bill his own islands, shipped in u
deceased, will, bv virtue of an order *.f the
on B lock
M c M innville , O k .
coast of New Zealand as witliin the of the ice barrier which lie traced shows ever visited the Sandwich islands and I whaler that was in port and told his
county court of Yamhill county. Stale of sides of the ocean. Since tliat time tlie
the past two months. In October fleets that Victoria Land must be of great ex seenjfor themselves the life of a native wife nothing alxiut it. On the day he
Oregon, made and entered of record on the
3d day of January, A 1> 1893, licensing oeeun steamer from a wooden craft of
them 200 to 300 feet high surrounded tent. This ice sheet gradually slides Hawaiian as he lives it, or knows how wax to sail his wife found out that he
and empowering him so to do, sell to the less thun 500 tons burden and a speed
a vessel near the Chatham islands und down the slope to the sea, and a section greatly his superstitions govern all his was goiug and was very angry. She
highest bidder for cash. on the 4th day of of eights, has grown to be a monster
February, 1893, at one o’clock p. in. of said
for some time she was in great peril of it, at least a quarter of a mile in actions not withstanding the fact that went to the dock just as the whip was
HYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
day, at the courthouse door in McMinnville vessel built entirely of ateel, 000 feet
from the greut floating mountain round width, annually breaks off’ at the sea he has been in the hands of the mis easting off lier ropes. She asked him
in said county and state, the following de long, with twin screws, a registered
to come back. He refused and could
edge and floats away as icebergs. The sionary for the last fifty years.
scribed real property belonging to the es
tate of said decedent, to-wit. The east tonnage of 10,000 and a speed of twenty
This was in tlie soutli Pacific. Simi Challenger brought up from the beds The natives are all superstitious,from not if he would.
half of the following described parcel of knots, which she can maintain in al
When the woman returned to her
lar news comes from the south Atlan of the icy sea that washes Victoria the late Queen IJliuokalani to the
land to-wit: Beginning at a point 150 feet
south of the north and west junction of most any weather.
land fragments of sandstone, slate and humblest of her recent subjects. King home she told some of her friends what
First and A streets of the town of McMinn
When the Inman and International
lx‘en sighted as fur north as 40 degrees granite, as well as the typical blue mud Kalakaua was in some things as super her husband hail done and said she wax
ville. Yamhill county, state of Oregon,
thence south along west line of said A street company launched
south latitude. Some of these enor which invariably fringes continental stitious as the most ignorant negro in going to have him “prayed to death.”
66 feet: thence west 204 feet; thence north steamers City of New York and City of
mous masses were 3000 feet long anil land mid these discoveries are strong southern Africa, in spite of tlie travois Of all this her husband had no knowl
66 feet, llit’iKC e;|s-t L'UI feet t«. I’ne pl a CO Of Paris it was thought by many that the
and Jeweler. beginning.
300 feet high.
As only about one- evidence that land of continental pro and efforts of the missionaries to wean edge.
climax had lieen reached. But the
Dated Junuarv 1, 1888.
In *11 Kind« of Watch««, Jewelry. P>«t«d War«
When the whaler was about thirty
, his beliefs. It is the general opinion of
iceberg appears portions is not far away.
White Star company were not disposed
ocks «nd Sp«ct«clea. MCMINNVILLE. OR.
Here is tlie greatest iceberg factory the natives that he was “prayed to days out Kanae complained of being
above the sea level the thickness of tlie
Executor of the Will of said Decedent.
to see the palm for size and s|ieed car
W. M. Ramsey and F. W. Fenton,
greatest of these ice masses was over in tbe world. Antarctic waters receive death” by a “kahuna” while on his sick, and said that he could feel that
Attorneys for said Estate.
ried off by their rivals, and they nt
LBBEATH & GOUCHER,
2000 feet. One vessel, early in October, a far greater supply of laud lee than last visit to this city, and no Kanaka someone was “praying him." He was
once began plans for an ocean flyer that
passed 400 of them in a few days and northern lands furnish to the Arctic but will say that they knew, when the the only Kanaka on board and was
1 for size, speed and magnificence should
at times 20 or 30 of them could be seas. In the neighborhood of the south large red fish entered the harbor, that laughed at, of course. But he stuck to
! lie far aliove any other vessel ever put
counted from the deck. Most of them polar circle and far north of it vessels their king was no more in the land of it and proved it by dying.
into the water.
(Office over Bralv's Bank.)
It was said in a recent article on the
were pure white, but some of them are always report a larger number of ice the living.
The new flyer is to lie named the
described as of a dark brown color, bergs than arc seen any where in cor This belief that within three days of Hawaiin tevolution that it was suppos
“Gigantic.” The vessel is to 700 feet
which can be explained only by the responding northern latitudes. One the deatii of someone connected with ed that the queen was acting under the
long, or 28 feet longer than the Great
Farm for Sale
supposition that they were the bearers reason why the icebergs drift farther the death of the royal family u school advice of one of her kahunas when she
Eastern, and she will be 70 feet wide.
intains 80 acres.situated 8 miles liorth-
of bebris and detritus from the southern away fronvrtheir source is because the of bright scarlet fish comes into the attempted to give a new constitution to
She will be 15,000 tons register, and
5 of McMinnville, 30 acres in cultiva-
lands from which they came. Very sea is of lower temperature than that of harbor and stays until the deatii takes her people. This may or may not be
, balance pasture. Fruits of all kinds
the place. 300 trees bearing and 200
little flotsam and jetsam from the Ant the Arctic water in corresponding lati - place is one of tlie strongest of tlie Ka so, but if It is true it will not seem
engines will tie quadruple expansion,
ng trees. Good buildings, good fences
arctic lands has ever been collected,and tudes and tlie icebergs therefore melt nakas’ many superstitions mid that in strange to people who have lived for
spring water For terms apply to
and are expected to develop 25,000
it would have been interesting had an less rapidly. When they reach the the last thirty years at least, has been any length of time in the islands and
J ames . O. L amb ,
horseixiwer. The < iigantic is expected
opportunity occurred to examine these track of commerce they are still mas strongly corroborated. The deaths of know anything of the natives’ beliefs.
to stiow a speed of at least twenty-five
sive—often flat-topped mountains of Lunaliio, Likelike, Queen Emilia,Ruth The queen is known to lx- as supersti
M c M innville
knots, or nearly thirty miles an hour,
The meteorological conditions last ice. Annrctlc temperatures are much the “champion fat woman of the tious as any of her race, ami if she was
Guaranteed to cure Bilious attacks,
and will be able to cross the ocean in
season, both in the Arctie and Antarc lower than those regions on account of islands” Kalakaua and John Dominis, ordered to <lo a thing by one of these
Sick Headache and Constipation. 40 in
side of five days.
each bottle. Price 26c. For sale by
tic regions seems to have been excep the greater quantity of ice and the fact the late husband of the “late” queen, “doctors” she would probably take no
A RUN & COULTER, Proprietors
tional. Tlie extraordinary prevalence that the warm currents flowing into have all been heralded a day or two chances of being prayed to death, and
Picture “7,17, 70“ and sample dose trie.
but will be fitted with two polo masts
X)ds of all descriptions moved and care-
of immense fields of floe ice and ice the south polar seas are smaller and before the deaths by the coming of a of having her demise foretold by a Kaiu
J. F. SMITH & CO., Proprietors, MEW YORK.
» handling guaranteed. . Collections will
for signalling purposes. She will have
bergs far north of the Antarctic circle less potent than those flowing into the school of “Kaia Uluulu" as the red . THuulu.
[made monthly Hauling of ad kinds
accommodations for 500 first and ¡100
can be explained only by the prevalence Arctic basin.
fish are called. In the case of John i
He Took the Contract.
second cabin passengers, besides her
of southern gales driving the fleet of Even on the finest days of the Ant Dominis, tlie last person connected
crew of nearly 500 persons. She will
wanderers north into the track of ves arctic summer the temperature rarely witli the royal family to die, lie was
When the tramp came round the
tie liglitcd throughout with electricity,
sels. An unusually large amount of raises above the freezing point, and so not supposed to be dangerously ill, and
Gates & Henry, Props.
corner of the kitchen he observed a
and there will l«‘hot and cold,fresh and
drift ice and icelargs was also seen last no verdure brightens south polar lands, invitations for a state ball to lie held at
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
pile of snow in front of the door, but as
ed Norris II, Perkins, has been by an order salt water in every state room. The in
summer in the north Atlantic. Some while a considerable variety of plants the palace were out. On tlie day liefore
it was not large he thought u breakfast
of the county court of Yamhill county, Or terior fittings will be on a scale never
are found even in the highest Arctic al the ball was to be given u large school might l>e worth it and so he knocked
egon, duly appointed executor of the last before attempted on an ocean steamer,
common prevalence of ice south of its titudes. It is fortunate that no such of the red fish were seen by several na
will and testament with codicil attached, of
and a woman responded.
Felden S. Glandon. deceased. Now there and will make tbe new White Star fly
usual limit indicated that the Arctic powerful currents flow from the Ant tive fishermen at the entrance to the
fore all persons haying claims against the er a veritable floating palace. It is ex
"Gan I get a bite of breakfast,
estate ot said Fcldon S. Glandon deceased
arctic ocean nortli as the Labrador and harbor, and word of their appearance ma’am?” he said, very humbly.
are hereby notified and required to present pected that the Gigantic will be ready
witli ice last summer. This
the east Greenland polar currents was at once taken to the queen. The
“There’s a pile of snow there,” said
the same to the undersigned at his resi for the work of smashing ocean records
tbe case. The French vessel Manche, which enter our warmer waters; for if invitations were at once withdrawn, the woman, significantly.
dence at North Yamhill. Yamhill county,
properly verified within six months
on her visit to Jan Mayen, north of such north flowing currents did emerge and notices to that effect given to the
And Firstclass. Oregon,
“I know thnt, ma’am. It is a
from this date
Among other items intended to draw
Iceland, found hardly a cake of ice from the south polar basin they would newspapers, although the prince con small back yard, indeed, these days
Dated thts 17th day of January, A 1) 1893
:ial Accommodations for Commercial
during the whole trip. The ice had, in blockade the track of shipping with sort was apparently no worse than he that don’t have a pile of snow in it.”
NORRIS H. PARKINS
Executor above named.
full military band as a part of her crew
fact, been driven far south, leaving impenetrable masses of Antarctic ice. had been for weeks. That night he
“Well, I don’t want this yard to have
tier Second and E Streets, one block F W Fenton and W.M Ramsey,
more northern waters comparatively Many exploreas have been stopped by died. Could anyone convince the av
Attorneys for said estate.
1 19 3
oin Cooks hotel.
one,” she remarked.
vessel will lie a store, where passengers
clear. It is probable thnt last season the southern ice pack and ice bergs in erage native that his death, like that of
He knew he had said the wrong
will be able to purchase anything they
ottered an unusually good opportunity the neighborhood of tbe south polar so many of the royal family before him thing
then, and made no effort to es-
may need on the trip from the latest
to prosecute polar researches in steam circle, or between it and 70 degrees hnd not been foretold?
novel to a suit of clothes.
vessels, both in the Arctic and Antarc south latitude, while in the northern
But the superstition tliat the Kanaka
“It might he moved, ma’am,” he
>1,000 and be put back where I was. 1 am both «urprired and proud
But it is not in ocean steamers alone
tic regions. So favorable an occasion hemisphere the Arctic circle passes for
of the change. I recommend your treatment t-v all eufferere from
holds dearest Is that concerning the suggested.
obesity. Will answir all inquirias if auunn u inclosed for reply.”
may not soon occur again.
the most part over land masses; and katuna, or native witch doctor. Their
PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL.
“Of course it might. If you want
seen, as some of the fighting ships now
Harmless, and with no Marvin*. inconveaierxe, or bad effect*.
These facts increase the Interest in along the greater part of the continent power is almost limitless. If a native your breakfast, tackle that anowplle
For particular» addreu, with 6 cent* in »lamps,
id up Capital, $50,000. II. ®. W. F. StUM». ISYICKt«« TIUKI. CKICACO. tU. ufloat or being built, both in this coun
the work of the Dundee whaling fleet, al shore line there is often a lane of
in any way offends n kahuna lie is in first.”
try anil in Europe, are perfect marvels
which, during the first week in Sep- navigable water, while in parts of the
keadly fear that he will be condemned
He did want his breakfast and so he
uns acts a General Banking Business,
in power and speed, and any one of
tenflier, sent the steamers Baiaena, Ac north polar area broad stretches of open
to die, and he immediately hunts up a tackled the pile and the woman went
osits Received Subject to Check
them would make short work of an en
tive, Diana and Polar Star from Eng sea are found.
kahuna higher in rank than the one back into the warm kitchen. The pile
Interest allowed on time deposits.
tire squadron of such vessels as com
land for tlio purpose of whaling in
Some day we shall probably learn whom lie has offended and asks to was icy and hard and after five min
11 sight exchange and telegraphic trans-
more of the great land mass whose ice have the curse-offset and entirely neu utes inefi'estual struggle he knocked at
on New York, San Francisco and Port-
any kind of a crop will do, then
ago. Of these new terrors of the ocean
ing regions that have not been visited barrier has been followed for 250 miles.
any kind of seeds will do; but fur
fllections made on all accessible points.
the British turret-ship Hood, lately
since the memorable voyage of Sir John When Ross discovered it Mount tralized.
The rank of the kuhuna is settled by
‘ Well, what is it?” site asked. “Got
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
placed in commission, and the Ameri
Ross, fifty years ago. The fleet was Erebus, rising to an altitude of 12,400
ills age. Tlie older one is, or claims to the snow away already?”
can ships Brooklyn and Iowa are the
scientifically to add to our knowedgeof feet above the level of the sea, was
be, which, as tlie Kanakas very seldom
“Madam,” he replied witli severity,
Wide-awake worker» every
Always the bwrt, they are recognized as
these regions. Two learned sixfleties of belching from its lofty crater dense
the standard everywhere.
(NICU where for "SHEl’l’'8 PHOTO-
keep any record of births, usually “that ain’t snow; it's ice, froze solid
The Hood is the largest anil most
Ferry’s Seed Annual is the mast
England furnished the instruments volumes of smoke intermingled with
APUw of the WORM».” the greatest
important book of the kind pui>
amounts to the same thing, the more and stuck to the ground. I t’ll take me
k on eartli; costing $100,000; retail at
powerful afloat today and is a monster
and other equipments needed, and flames. The volcano had the appear
lished. It is invaluable to the
S,cash or installments; mammoth illus-
power he lias over his fellow man. at least a week to git it moved and
planter. We send it free.
trated circulars and term free
ance of a colossal pyramid of snow- and This knhunaism is now forbidden by I’m bound to move it, for I have said
D. M. FERRY & CO
IppP C daily output over 1500 vol-
330 feet long, 75 feet wide, and when
instructions for their guidance. A ice. Separated from it only by a sad
the laws that the Americans have I would, l>ut I want to know, liefore I
Wumes. Agents wild with sue-
ready for sea she draws 28 feet of water.
competent naturalist, un experienced dle of ice-clad land on the east rose a
s. Thos. L. Murtin, Centreville. Texas,
made in tlie islands anil if a witch commence, if a Christian woman like
The vitals of this ocean cruiser are pro
physical observer and a photographer sister, mountain to a height of 10,900
doctor Is eaught in bis practice he is you are is going to let me work here for
tected with armor twelve inches thick,
and on the Baelena was Mr Burn- feet. It was extinct, but its general
given a long term on the “reef," as the seven days before you give me as much
while her turrets nre covered with steel
Murdock, a painter; who hoped to ob outlines were the same as those of the
, $2,3 in 40 minutes; Rev. J. Howard Mad*
Houolulu jail is called. But if a native as a breakfast to stay my stomach?"
in. Lyons, N.Y., $101 - •
How Deaf Mutes Dance.
fourteen inchesthick. Her engines of
tain some characteristic paintings of other mountain, and at no very distant
7 hours , a bonanza; Hf tflQ yUnrln
should complain to the police that he is
He got his breakfast and the snow'
»gnilicent outfit only All IIIC OUIIU
period in the past it was also an nctive being persecuted by a kahuna he would I pile isn’t any smaller,
Rooks on credit. Freight paid. Address
at a speed of nearly twenty-one miles
return home till next . March, and if volcano. It received the name of Mt.
have every one of tlie witch doctors i
x > be P ublishing C o . 723 Chestnut st, Phil-
said a gentleman recently, “as when I fortune favors the explorers they will
Terror, the two mountains being chris against him and he would not live a I
A Bachelor's Secret.
elphia, or 358 Dearborn st. Chicago, 111.
She Is armed with four 13-incb
have a good many interesting facts te tened with the names of Ross’ vessels.
We will give away abso
party of deaf mutes. They could tell.
SILK lutely free of cost, an ele- Kather Be Without Bread. XI breech loading rifles, mounted in her picnic
Perhaps the fact is not generally
Every old bachelor knows how to
Their methods are peculiar. Less
jant black or colored silk
turrets, ten G-inch quick firing guns in understand each other, laughed and
While'th^ scientific staff'of the expe known that these were the same two
clean a lamp chimney.
B ishop '« R isidkxcb , Maraaette, Mich., I
<li rcss pattern of 16 yards
barbettes, ten (’»-pounders and nine 3-
dition are improving their opportuni vessels which a little later Imre Sir
N ot . 7.18». f
bothers witli chamois leather or any
young lady in eve
,EE tn ry any
The Bev. J. Koaiblcl, of above place, write«: pounders—quick firing guns, mounted
ties, the whalers will endeavor to take John Franklin’s expedition to the Arc
town in America, who
on tlie seashore near Honolulu. Liv thing of the kind, but just holds the
is willing to introduce I have «uttered a great deal, aud whenever I on her bridges and in her tops, besides apart, looking on, but uunble to partici in full cargoes of sperm whales, When
tic regions on his quest for the north ing next to him was a kahuna of great lamp chimney in the steam from a ket
nong her friend* “The:Hou«ehold Pilot” now feel a nervous attack coming I take a dose
Kir John Ross was in the neighborhood west passage. The vessels shared the
large X page, 40 column illustrated house- ot Pastor Koenig's Nerve Tonio and feel re any mtmliej of machine guns for lxxit
“One thing that surprised me greatly of the Antarctic continent and could fate of the expedition, anil no trace of age and consequently high rank. These tle until sufficient moisture has collect
jld and farm journal, one of the best, lieved. I think a great ileal of it, and would and shore service.
ed when he wipes it out with an old
ow in its lltli year. We make this great rather be without bread than without the Tonic.
The Hood is well «quippeil with fish was to see them indulge in dancing. I see the smoke and flame of Mount Ere them has over been found, though two had always lived peacefully until handkerchief, or Ihitter still, an old
Ter in order to introduce our paper nt
S an FnANCtsco, Cal., June 1J, *90.
torpedoes and carries two torpedo had always supposed that it was abso bus many whales passed close to his many relies of the ill fated explorers last summer, when the kahuna Ixiught kid glove. This is the easiest way im
ice into many thousand new homes. Be
some young pigs. There had never
From this far-off laud i write to say that I
re to send 25cants for the paper one year
lutely essential tn hear the rythni of the ship. It was his opinion that very
have bevn recovered. It is to be hoped
have been suffering tor S3 years (from the time
aginable for making an obi chimney
i trial and sample of silk to select from.
She possesses an advantage found in music in order to keep the time of a successful whale hunting might be car liefore a great while adequate efforts been any fence between the two places, shine like a crystal, and it is far more
lot Pub. Co , Center St , liew Haven, Ct, my first child waa born) with spinal and brain
trouble, and aa I grew older the pain seemed to no other turret ship yet afloat, that of waltz or a polka. To lye sure they had ried on there. The whales, he said,
will be made to solve the geographic with the native’s garden. Ho, to stop i effective than the ordinaty methods
grow worse: I beard some time ago of Pastor
an orchestra on the daiacing barge, and were of the largest size, especially the
Koenig's Nerve Tonic. Am on the second bottle being able to use heavy guns in almost
and other problems which await solu this trouble, he built' a fence between sworn to by experts whe have graduat
MW and fool the pain in my back very, eery any kind of weather, owing to her high for a time I regarded that as peculiar, spermaceti, th« most valuable of all.
tion |n the Antarctic regions.
mnch nUeTed, Indeed.
his yard and his neighbor’s. The ka- ed in the kitchen, and think a bachelor
for few if any of the part}’ could hear The difficulty, he thought, would be in
MBS. L. M. JOHNSON.
1 Inula was away at the time, and when who lives l»y himself does not know
Russian female convicts in Silx>ria ■ i he returned he was so enraged that lie anything.
LULL Diseases sent free to sny address,
“After a little thought I solved the vening pack ice. He was speaking of
Speaking of patent medicines, the iKLL
the United States will l>e able to show
are in future, if a proposal made by the must cither take it down or lie would
idge says: “1 wish to ileal fairly
battle-ships and cruisers as powerful
sailing vessels such as those in which ministry of justice to the imperial coun
A small seal liearing the effigy of th«
nd honorably with all. and when
and swift as those of any nation and the music, but they felt it, which was the party had reached the great Antarc cil is ratified, to be exempted from flog “pray him to death.” This praying to Duke of Cumlterland, has lieen picked
find an article that will <lo what
armed with the most powerful guns just as effectual. To be sure of the fact tic land. The steam whalers of to-day ging and wearing leg irons. Restric
KOENIC MED. CO.. Chicago, 111.
hunas have of going to their victim’s up between Fontenoy (and Itameerois,
; is recommended to do. I am not
ever put afloat. The Indiana, which I spoke to the leader of the orchestra would, of course, have a great deal less tion in diet and solitary confinement
houses and frequently fora whole night on tile acene of a battle in which Brit
Soldby Drnax>»t« at
par Cottle. 6 for 85
shamed to say so. I am aequaint- I^rve Si»e. 8LTS- *
will soon I» readj' for launching,
difficulty in reaching a high southern are to l>e substituted.
a time, and very frequently praying ish troops were engaged in 1745, and it
d with Dr. Vanderpool (having
will be a match for any foreign battle was correct, and that when he was em latitude.
some god of the ancient Hawaiian?, lias lieen presented to Queen Victoria.
Within a few weeks now the World’s
een treated by him for cancer),
ship in the world. She is to be covered ployed by the party it was expressly
Some very interesting differences be
that their enemy be killed. This
A Frenchman with plenty of time
nd have used his blood modicine.
with armor of nickel steel, eighteen
tween Antarctic and Arctic Ice have Fair will be opened. Already Chicago
W BWCli nim tniuv, eaeivi I has the effect of so scaring a Kanaka
on his hands has figured It that when
swell with pride, and
mown as the S. B. Headache and
inehes thick, and will be armed with gest bass dnini and bass viols. The lieen observed. Greenland is practical is »ginning to
¡n'ariably he will actually 18B3 comes loan end the world will
-dver cure, and while I am seven
four immense 13-inch guns, eight 8-inch deep tones were more vibratory than ly the source of all icebergs that drift the police are scouring
„ Jackson Park thnt
have existed BRI,831,200 minutes since
ty-five years plil, and have used
guns, four G-inch and twenty G-poun<l- the others and the mutes kept excel into the northern Atlantic; but the in for small boys and tramps who have 1 j die from fright.
This native, however, had probably the Ixginning of the Christian era.
many pills and other remedies for
ers, liesidcs a number of machine guns. lent waltz time by feeling the vibrntlon land ice of Greenland finds access to come early to avoid the rush.
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been told by some white missionary
Torpedoes and torpedo boats will of the wood flooring upon which they the sea only through deep fiords, down
the blood, liver and kidneys. I
Three new crematories wen- built in
Speaking of Dr. Parkhurst's way of that the kahuna’s power was not so
which move the glacial streams that
mutt say that for a kidney tonic in
form part of her equipment, and she danced.” ---------- ♦♦♦--------- -
Bright's disease, as an alterative
will he able to steam fifteen knots an j But little remains of the old prison thrust their foot into the sea anil break chasing the devil out of New York, gtcat ns his people had for years be Germany last year, and in Italy there
hour. When the plans for this big! pen at Andersonville. There are only off as Icebergs. Fo such fiords are t<> I Sam Jones says it reminds him of the I lieved, for he refused to remove the are twenty-two now In operation. In
for the blood, or to correct the ac
tion of the stomach and bowels it
fighter were laid down she was looked a few half rotted posts left to mark the be found along the known southern way his dog ran a hog out of a Georgia fence. The kahuna straightway liegan France 8,741 is»lies were disposed of in
his incantations but the fence builder 1891 by burning.
Is a very superior remedy, and I
upon as the best fighting ship in the line of the stockade, and a few low | continent. Professor Shaler estimates j cornfield. The dog ran on ahead.
, , ,i held out for a week with no show of
world, but the navy department were earthworks where the gales were. i the extent of the glacial front of Green-
beats anything I ever tried.
Mr. Croker and his carload of ligers
weakening. At the end of that time
I. F. NBIJBOM. YaMm». Wash,
not satisfied. They wanted something Some of the wells and tunnels dug by land at 200 miles. If this is an ode- I A »<’“«• ‘‘"7 1>’,b''n
At 50 cents a bottle, it is the poor man's
<|Uatc estimate ths linear extent of thp > ganlens has had since 1x83 nine I Iters , his old superstitions got the better of] will attract more attention down south
friend and family doctor.
Solti by Rogers Brothers.
plans for a new battle ship, to be called are also to be seen. The grounds are glacial front along the known coast of numbering twenty-eight cub-, al of. his new teachings and he went to the than has any kind of a show since
the Iowa. While the Indiana was de now the property of the Grand Army Victoria I«and in the Antarctic is as | whl<’h have been successfully raised I kahuna, telling him he was willing to Barnum's circu« was last through that
tear down the Ixme of contention if he section.
i great as that of tbe whole coast Ofp>utone.
signed for coast defense, and intended of the Republic.
Sir John Ross for 250 j
nilB7x77 ererv „«at mt . I would remove the curae from him. The 1
Put up in neat wntch-ahaped bottle«,suga*
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| miles skirted the edge of the great in-I w<»-k in»ir Tort-kl Geers. Sr. per bottle. 1 revengeful kahuna refused to intermit' coated, Small Rile Be« ns.
aggressive work and will he able to bility. Small Bilo Beans. 25c. per bottle.
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