The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, January 28, 1895, Image 1

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Vol. XXV.
ROSEBURG, OREGON, IVJfcA., JANUARY 28, 1895
No. 34.
IT IS SO.
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GENERAL DIRECTORY
STATE QTU.E30N-.
O.S.Sclialvra-...
II. Mitchell
) J. N Dolpui
, Hum ey-Q ct-vnu
(iovcnior. ....
focrctary ol state- ;
Stt(rt!trcr JR.3-. .
State Printer
(i. Ju Chamberlain
. -S'lvtjtor. l?ennover
Xlcorjrc W.'Mcllrlda
.-1. ,iUiU Mctschan
ZSSSaBTka
...A . C, Wcodoocial
J.K 11. jieElroy
SIe.aler Board jf ljultiUuu....V.
rF.A.JIoofO
supreme Judrew .ftr.t, C. U. Wolvcrton
' . (ILS- Dean
Sallrood CoEiicIssToncrs. - J. 15, Eddy
- - 11. A. ilacram
Clerk 6t lURnukA Cfljftiaision Lydeli liakerj
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JnOicfcS- JL.X.4...4..J J.C.ruUertonj
"p. s uin'd-oitjck, kweeuro
Creel ver ....... ...-...n. S. Shrrldaa
Xeirtstcr -U. M. catch.
C. S. WEATHEK XCBXAC.
-. u, .Tho. Gicoon
UW6W3 COUNTT.
bUscrrcr-
?C!.ST.Mt5av.5S-.iL1SI.. J..T. Drillers.
( C. .V. SshlbreJoJ
ucrt ... .. r. ueoson
JacriX.
,C. f . Clhcaiq
rrcRsurvr
w. a. rter
tsssor. . a. A. SScrUagl
w-."?-xsr--rje r.-j o H?-Naupla
Curaant,",., 7"1." -,"J'iBrJK.U Miller
a&cep I us?ccir . .T U-"Tl:c. Smith
"oasuiitol v. ,i i It a sluenra'
,, . V.T. Wrlstft
, J. l. Shuje
f !t O. SINKS
a.T. Weo
tJt-A. vox
fue Circuit i- ut tor Oaclu County meets
dar ta Miv-. r.- nil Ilor.Jarln Jane. nd tbe i
1st McbvIjt :u HjmiN!?.. J. C KiillVrtan iifi
tjsactr jiarsae JM caacr aster
earn, ul
sad W. L. .VtlocJoIjKKbUi isiaatlssner:. '
rriito focrf la session eoaUnuoc-Jy, A.T.
itcirns, taJre
LAUUEI. l)IGC 'A. lit iiU KESXLAV.
BCiR3 the iJ &ad ith U'eJMiya la
each ntT.ih".' . ,
V T3JP0CA CHARTES, O. IX. U. A. M.VU01I)
ibeir itjslartenTucalioas at il&sjaic hall
on the first and tUIrdTceslayofeach jaoatlL,
Visitlsj CSK3 rtclos are cordially lavSiect.
Iusoec CiiMSfecrttary., . ; j -
pHttETArOAS' LODGE. NO. L O. O. F
o'clock In tseir hall ax Uasebarjr. il cabers ot
the order la good standing arclaTlted to altead.
Faas G. iltcTt.t.t, X. G.
S. T. Jcirrr, So"y.
Usios EsaeiraEST, no. t, asxxs xi
Odd yeUcfV" hall 'a. teenad and loattli
Th jriJiyi of ch nwiti. Visltlus brethrcc
ir. iaritcd to aUcrfJ-
; Fcass. iJiccii, 6er!bc
ILiest i-assr, C. 1.
QOEBCEi LODGE, SO. IS, A. O. U. W.
aeest the iefoad aai iosrth londaya ol
gch Boata aiTJtr-T: ti O-ld FeJIeirs ta!L
icaben of the cfileri i svo) Ktanrtlrg arc Ib
M:cdto attend. .
peso ro5T. so. sjjsfc at el ets the
4. irsl end thud ThcisOays XI each raonta.
eaeh
EABSir AlXlSKcE--RtjjiUrNQoarterly
afecUars arill lbtM af Graage Hill.
Bosebcr:, lheru Frtdar tnJj-embCT March
xad Jnae,iffii the thlrd.Friijy in ScpSeraber. .
RosEEDfeccaArTE: ;o. s. o. e. Lams
the sceoad and 16irtt. Tsaraiayi cX each.
ae3th.v
p oSeecrj iuvnios,,so b. of u
AV i-ccc prerr exxnia asI taarSi Kandar.
Tjy - - ' . .
p OsEBOEii R.D. &D5E.X0. -U,2.-0p. . F.
oieach. neei' 3
the Odd Fillers lull, Vlsiric
sis Un iZid
orelhrca are iarltal-n ttttfc-i: -. .
LTHa LODGE, SO. H7. K, jOF-.IL, 31EBXS-
every weuacKiay rctiins at uo f tiKjw;
na!L 1iltics brethren in s-od staadln; cor-
ciiiiy lanua io aliens.
B. W1T.T.T.S,
Attorney and CJounselor attLaw,
griU tratiiee Ic dl tfrt eozuU of the U1& Of.
an fa ths Utrart liaase, lmsls coaaty, Or. ."
Q A. SEHLSBBDE,
Attorney at Law,
HotrSmrfjt Oregon.
OUse otct the VattoSij eg 1 ytin: ttriti.
Attorney at Law,
EOJtBUF.G, OBEGOS.
P B. COFF24AN,
Physician and Surgeon . i -
OSce;At Sr. Iloarcr's aid stand -ea 01 jtrett'
Eeddease Cor. Lase & .Jaebn Slresu.
T j. o.Lvs, nii r.,
Physician and Surgeon, ! !
OSSea In 5. ,31arVs . Co. -irtoefe, u;."iul
Calli promptly aarxered'day or nlgct
J-AISCES'BABB,;
Physician ami Surgeon.
Qradiute UutU Medical College.
biatstea ol V-fpaa aaI CLjldrcn a SitUally
OFFICE," Ilooau 3 it lb, Jlantcrs BniJdins.
VLztfOtscz, TWucia etreef, iwcond place cast
. , iit. Eunadl a.
t UGSZCprgj, QEEGOy.
La FiTrrrz wfyyj, Jtiaz L. Lorcnatr
Attorneys '& Counselors Tit' Law
llvt&nrj Oregon.'
"Crlll practise ia all the ctciU c!fSreiim.
Bee lathe Taylor-Wiln -b-ck. rr r
Ot-
Q.BO. M. BBOVir, - "
Attorney at Law,
Hotrtiurij, Ort'jnn.
Deputy Proacctttliisr Attorney.
Offlce at tht Coort Hotftc np ttaTix
MRS, IVT. BOYD.
DEALEE lii CHOICE-
Family Groceries;
DISHES, .
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' .Books and CHildrien's' Toys: h'
A FULL LINE OF v
Frails, Xuts, French Candies, Confectioner;
Canned Good, Coffees, Teas, Etc.
IM POUTED KEY WEST CIGARS.
CHOICE BitAKDS OF CIGAUS
yiI,L. P. HEYDON, ,
Ooinity Suvvoyov.
ntia fotnr: XhI)11c.
Ornci: JuCourtIouse.
OrJJcrs for Survovine and FlcW Xot houltt
be addressed to Wilt IMrcydon. founljr Surii
A CRAWFORD,
-ti.
Attorney' at Law,
fawm. Starrer KulMlns, ,.r.OSEUUI:0, (JU.J
PCTlnclfWc Kj.V.lm f "? t i,.,! rim ...At!
ILK?- w . . w . t oil- J . ... uium; nuu
minlit; esses a ;cr4ary.
Ijtte necciver U. S. Land Office,
P. BRIGQS,
ir. a. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
nnrl Kotnry Public.
(JrncK: Count r'JaU Ball'dlnfr, tip f talrj.
Spoclnl atterttiau paid to TnuisfersVmd
Conveyances.
Address. KOSEllURCi. OIU
yfiA BROWN. M; D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
ua'ix.lSUlr., lu the Mrs Knildlpg.'
KoJdcnce. IKCass Strati, UOSEDHHO.
J L M1LLSR, M. D.,
Surgeon and1IRnfipatlijf
Physician,
An
hrilnia5 pu ;
tll iOsstUy i!ts- !
cover l.'iJi von
have ll.a-lit'sbf
Jrftvvet vbo,lv a u il
Ifspt your lap!,
as if
SMOES
a
v
4
i
in a inter ve-'u -HseuHiliry
mititer !
If your pnr.-e loots
weatand roiisntap
ttvejtfUrtlXnR? ca a; t-otne to
oerlore. A sunt
that wouldn't tmr
a poor pair f slioe
in foiiic places bcr$
a jool jwir at c.nr
store.
PARROTT
.BROS.
MP
EXCLUitVn TJOOT ASO SHOE DE.LEl5
-324 Jackson -Street,
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
j. F. BAR1
0 0, pi
TEAi
A, SPECIALTY.
ArpeUltiaad ' cuilultwil?! Tfi. Oar
priae
-". --. ' ,-.
I, havis; a lire ule- -w ljlr ut
Glass - aHd -Delf -Ware
At aetonichin; frt -ntvt. Our own ccr.ro?
,..xoxaaKiir Try,r5ywiar.
Salem
Wursexy "Co.
W. McGEE,
. v ' : Pronrietpr. j
WE new baift a Jars Hock, ol fine, lum;,
healthy tret ol all HcN, Iiicltr'Jliic
Apie, I'car, 1'estL, l'ruue and (h-rr), viliicli
aresuaranteci iruvtonarac aHii tree irum in
eetr, and !eHM at very reouabi rt9!.
All ijproi (Jcalrliif trees ehoiild apply to
E. L. QOODRIDQE, Agent,
CANVONVILLG, OR.
Fakrs Golden Female Pills,
rorFemclo Trrrrrnlar
I tlcn: uothlDSlIke then
on tho market. Aercr
Jail. Kaccciiluilyuscd
uy promlucnl li
monthly. Ouantntccd
to rcllcro irappntECd
measuuatioa.
SUREI SAFE! CER1AIH1
null . iru jJUUiiJiiiiCi.
fiavo Time; llcaltli,
anu money ;tase uo otn
er.
Beat to any address,
t'curo nr man nn rc
vccipi 01 price,
Audrcis,
THE APHRO MEDICINE COMPANY.
Wcttera Brsncb, Sox 27, rOUTLAND, OR'
(Suecessor to J.
IP'S 5 rtai Sr11
' ....D12AI.KI1 IS
MATCHES, CLOCKS, JKH'IJM! V. AND I'AiC.V UOUDS.
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5 K 1
. COMI'IATK
Giilleiy, Notions, Tolmcco.
Also l'roprIetr ami Manager of
'pSnicRuuibr gays "Beware of those slick lightning
rod men t&yciing WerBe country selling Steel Ranges
.from .waoBlJ'i " Y '
l es, they will takj: your note for an article which we
will sell you at our store, for less mone Don't get taken
in. Wc carry a large line of RANGES AND STOVES
and always guarantee satisfaction.
CHURCH!!!, WOOLLEY
' '' Svv e
The
Plaindealer's
v, -Advertising
Are the Rooters for the Business Hen of Douglas County.
MU
SlCe
40,000'
. Alailcd to any- address
Catalogue of this ftnmchsd
We have also securedthe agencj' of the Wiley- B. Allen Co.-
v r , K. RICHARDSON,
'. ac;w boss or sca , as r,csr.
t
-TH-E-THIiRD
M?
"'8KO0K5IDE: .
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TiC JlqiVC Farm, east of town, has been plat
ted and is now on the market in Lots and Blocks containing
3,-20,- 30, aiukjo acres, ranging in price from $25 to $ico
per acre. ; . .
Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
or a suburban home can now be accommodated on easy
terms. tV "
All lots'sbld in First Brookside addition have more
thair dcjubled in value. The prospect is much better for
the future. More fortunes arc made in lands near a grow
ing' town or city than any other way. Sieze the oppor
tunity. .
For information or conveyance, call at ouy Real
Estate Office, or on
J.VSKULKK. j
iAvi&Sfttt . &rfi.. idihtiisiiBLi
!TCCK OK
Cipu .mil Pmok.-iV Artidce.
HosoJiurs's KainntiR ilargain Htoro.1
5
, tStJ-W rv '
81? n
W'sSW S -3 W
Don't
But Root,
lumns
It is now well understood that
T. K. Ricahrrson is the best es
tablished and most reliable Piano
and Organ dealer in the State.
He has secured the American
atrencv aud will soon receive
PIECES SHEET MUSIC
AT 10 GTS. PER COPY.
for One Cent Extra.
sTock sent free on application.
ADDITION
r.r
i!
! SS ia GTi5
UlSiuiault.tTitli thecook-i?
-rlrK; pastry docs isot cx.icily
-ntjtt you. Kar with your wife ryQ
5
B 1
itttlfU
S3
I it iaay be tac lard site ir.
1 ? o j -
Uyoii woull always liuvo
1
J &1U
i.li'u-Mc i:ud pcrfcal-.c'i-
JcgDOTTOLEKE,1 -our
LD DV ALL GROCERS.
Uwsx Aia f 1 isTiTirro.
MaC'i only by
11 K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
ST. LOUJS ant3
KCAGQ, HE?J YORK, DCSTOrtfc;
f 11 il IliW II I IT- T
Died
7ITi
A! Sovereign Remedy & Cp-jgs,
CJidsXaGrippe rdall Afectior
,-Kfnroirt. Ln.estand Lvives.
TLlED.(&.Olwi!feftl
Soffl bv A. C. Martcrs & Co.
rVX sis. $jf
JSaSHOErifSElS!
EST.
KINS.
3. cordovan:
mJOMLDtMIElLESCUr.
" zxmfi, rfis- ".
2.s8GY3'ShmSlS2.
LADIES'
.V'L'DOUOLAE'
Baocicrcrr m ai
Over Oas Xniloa People n ear the
W. L, Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
Ai! oursitoes are equally satisfactorj-
Jfey cJvc the bet alas .'or the mow.-.
They cjtxz't cu':6tn checa la rt :e cd fit.
rh-:..--wcariae;qujJ:t:.j srj unMiri:a?sirf.
The prtcn arc til'-rro.- sttmptd on olc.
FroSl tn S.i S3ed t,vcr ether xaXcs.
H year dealer ciaact supply j t. can. i oMby
dtaliri every w lierc. Wa.-.tetJ. acnt
to-take excluilvcsale for tWs vicinity.
Write at on;.
Th'i cziri-0.-!li.:ry
llo
Jireaalor la
tho roost
vcniivjrrul
tfjeovcry of
tho It
h3 beca cs
tlorvdlytho lradi:i?cJcn.
tlftc icn of
Eurflpo had
America.
BrnJraa 'j
T"ely vejo.
table.
HuJjsn rtops
or the 11-.
t-hargo la a
days. Ccrjs
-..teg eta
.j..i,d .I.trv-
of tho eyes
acd otaer
1 U3.
Strcngthcas,
lr.viR orates
adtoacs the
tnUretyiifia.
it-jiian circs
Dob Ulty,
Nervousness,
missions,
;iddvTe!opts
rati rt ttirir.
weak tgars.
r.-lniln Iho
'.'ci, Vvsca
by clay or
hi.,lits:oppcd
LOST
liUST USX,
mmmm
qufcily. On r .'.ICO prl . o c. : f crnr nt -.
l"rcnioturpnci means lraw.miy l:i t!ic frrt
sttse. It ii R f-vniptoxn cf m-iinnl vtaintss
ftnd barrmiK'. It can bo Etyppcd la SJdays
Iliousoof H.iilvan.
The sett discovery v.ts rar "r v the Pro.-UI-is&iorthooidfAico'.sliuciion
Msdicd ln:l!!u!3.
It U iho rtrcn,:c!.t vllailwr tiiadc. H ia very
pweifjl, but haicili f . Sold for S1.00 r. pset
iiROorO paetages for S5.00(plainrced boxes).
Written guarmitcc given foro-oure. If you buy
sis boxes and aro no: entirely cured, lis aoro
will be seutto you free of all charcee.
- Semi for eltoularaand tcstimonbiK Addrcfa
HUDSON JHEUXCAL INST1TUT13,
Junction StocllCou,niKrlcct tVUIllaSts.
Sun I'rantlaco, Cai.
to
Ibhkhi
mm
h" CurcsCCnNS.EUNiONSantlWABTS
SPEEDILY end WITHOUT PV.ti. &
3r FOR SALE BYALL DRUGGISTS. T
X IIPPKAtT EEOTEEBS, jfrop're,
(P Llppraan's Gloek, SAVANNAH, GA. 0
FORDING A CHINESE HIVER.
rits Das In the- Stream's lied by Guides
I to Trap tho Unwary.
1 Travorsing tho conutiy from south
west to northeast and in a pouring rain,
i wo visited tho villages of Si-kou-ying,
j LTao-kwci-ying and Sang-ycin. Hero tho
j womon, dressed in their best clothes,
; stood watching ns on tho doorsteps,
j which would havo been quito a protty
sight, with their multicolor jupons and
trousers, had tho effect not been partly
tpoilcd by tho horriblo deformity of
their feet squeezed into microscopic
chocs. I possess a pair of theso shoes as
worn by a mandarin's wife, and tho
length of them is only 3 inches. Toward
noon wo reached Ya-lo-wau, on tho
banks of thoHung-ho river, a miserable
villago on a minusculo hill of yellow
earth. Tho river had to bo waded.
A Chinaman a beggar, I thought
volunteered to tako animals and men
Fafoly across for a sum of monoy, for ho
said thero were largo holes in tho river
bed, in which our animals would havo
lost their footing had wo crossed by
ourselves. I would not employ him, as
I hato-to bo imposed upon by humbugs,
and knowing tho littloway which theso
gentlemen havo of digging largo holes
on pnrposo in tho river bed while dry in
summer, so as to extort monoy from
timid travelers, I proceeded to "sell"
him.
I guided my mules not right across
tho water, for tho hole3 aro generally
tin" whero most unawaro people are
likely to cross, but a few yards farther
up, thereforo landing every 0110 safo
on tho other side, with tho exception of
ouo donkey, who, in strict similarity
with all tho ovil spirits of China, insist
ed on going on his own account in a
straight lino in front of his nose, vrith
tho result that when ho reached tho
raiddlo of tho stream ho fell into ono
of tho holes, and with tho weight of tho
load he was carrying disappeared. Only
tho point of I1L3 cars could bo seen wag
ging oat of tho water. Tho holeman, if
I may call him so, who had eagerly
been watching for this, ran in tho wa
ter to his rcscuo and saved his life, for
which act I duly rewarded him. Fort
nightly Review.
SOME PEOPLE'S RELIGION.
llaricn CratrforU Writes c Pointed Llttlo
lecture on Intolercacc.
Thero aro very geed and devout men
and womon who tako tho world pres
ent and to come quite literally, as a
mere fulfillment of their own limita
tions; who look upon what they know
as being all that need bo known, and
upon whatthoybclicvoof God and heav
en as tho mechanical conscqucnco cf
what they know, rather than as tho
canso and goal, respectively, of exist-
tenco and action; to whom tho letter of
tho law is tho arbitrary expression of a
despotic power, which somehow must
Be looked upon as merciful; who answer
all questions concerning God's logic
with tho tremendous assertion of God's
will; whoso God is a magnified man,
and M10so dovil is a malignant animal,
SLcnau only to God in understanding,
while cstremo from God in disposition.
il:cro aro good men and women who
to cso. a natural but not flippant
simiic tako it for granted that tho soul
is cast into tho troubled waters of life
rwithor.t the power to swim or even tho
possibility of learning to float, depend
ent upon tho baro chacco that socio ono
may throw it the lifo buoy of ritual re
ligion as its only conceivable means of
salvation. And tho opponents of each
particular form of faith invariably tako
just such good men and women, with
all their limitations, a3 tho only truo
exponents of that especial creed, which
they then proceed to tear hi pieces with
all tho caso such an unduo advantage
of false premise gives them. None of
tbcm has thought of intellectual mer
ry as being perhaps an integral part of
Christian charity. Faith they havo ia
abundance, and hopo a!s not a little;
but charity, though it bo for men's
sarthly Ills, and theoretically, if not al
ways practically, for men's spiritual
shortcoming?, is rigidly forbidden for
the errors of men's minds. Why? No
thinking man can help asking tho littlo
question which grows great in tho un
jnswering silenco that follows it llar
ton Crawford in Century.
Ilnnsry Pike.
Ono of my sons, aged IS, went with
thrco other boys to batho in Inglemcro
pond, near tho Ascot rr.co coarse. Ho
walked into tho water to about tho
:ltpth of four feet, when ho spread oat
bis hands to attempt to swim.
At that instant a largo fish caino up
and took his wholo hand into its mouth,
but finding itself unablo to swallow it
relinquished its hold, and tho boy, turn
ing round, prepared for a hasty retreat.
Hi. companions, who saw tho fish,
fcra.-nbled out of tho pond as fast as
possible.
My son had scarcely turned around
tcforo tho fish camoup behind him, and .
seizing ins otuer baud erosswiso mfiict
sd scmo very deep wounds on tho back
ai it. Tho boy raised his freo hand,
which was still bleeding, and struck tho
great fish a hard blow on tho head,
wh. 11 it disappeared. Tho other boys as
sisted my son to dress, bound up his
Land with their handkerchiefs and
truught him home.
Wo took him to tho surgeon, who
ih-cs?cd seven wounds in ono)iaud, and
50 great was tho pain tho nest day that
tho lad fainted twice. Tho littlo finger
was bitten through tho nail, aud it was
more than sir weeks beforo it was well.
Ilio nail carao off, and tho scar remains
to thi3 day. Fishing.
DMlkcs tho Bicycle.
Tho latest opposition to tho bicyclo
c j::ic3 from an utterly unexpected quar
ter tho Thames boatmen. "Shiver
thrm bicycles; thcy'vo ruined my busi
ocr,! Instead of a hundred boats out
ou a fino Sunday, each with a young
lass in tho stern shoots and her beau at
tho cars, not 20 put out from tho float
My old customers wheel ever tho bridges
instead of running under them." St.
Lczis root-Dispatch.
IC.vpLiise Hill 'iia.
Am perron in Ihttuhts county imi
du'sinj; a piano of Tin) Wi!ey It. Allen
Co. dutii.! tliu f:iir at INirtlmitl, Or.. c:ui
li.ivo fit'fclit till! rrfmnlril if presented to
T. K. Mil h.mUnii. Unsc")!!, within 15
days after pttrrli:w f oiwl:.
.lack, our .Fm:!.-, invites eveiybody to
fume and loo!: at his new supplies of
Kotit'it f n t tift.lt i ti tr swds. Yes, Ja:k
Abraham defies competition in his lino
of tr.ido. Call on him ; his motto is quick
sales and small profits.
COMPETITION IN BABIES.
Wherein a Word to a Wise Papa Onglit to
llo Sofflclent.
"Iam getting to bo tho most bare
faced and versatilo liar on earth," said
tho bachelor, "and it's all on account;
of two littlo innocent babies. Two of
my friends at tho office havo recently
been invested with tho honor of pater
nity both boys. Prouder papas you
never saw. Ono of them, Jones, is an
amateur photographer, and tho other
Jay ho took a picturo of his baby and
brought it to tho office. t
"Of courso you know how intelligent
a child of one month looks," continued
the bachelor, stroking his bald head'
with tho air of a connoisseur in infan
cy, "but tho boy3 in the offico were
loyal. They sworo it was the brightest
looking kid they had ever seen and that
It was tho imago of Jones.
' 'If it had been any ono elso's child,
Jones would havo knocked somebody
down for tho insult, but ho took it as a
great compliment and stuck tho pic
turo up in a frame on his desk.
"This wa3 too much for Smith tho
other papa. Ho hasn't any camera of
his own, so ho got a young man who
lives next door to como in and tako his
baby's picture, and ho brought it down
to tho offico as an opposition to Jones'.
Really I'm Eorry for Smith if his baby
looks liko that picture, but I rather
think tho amateur artist libeled the
child and made it the monster it ap
pears. "Tho picturo was not focused prop
erly. It represents Smith in tho back
ground holding on his kneo a mammoth
infant nearly as big as he is. The ba
by's hands aro outstretched toward tho
camera and look as though they might
belong to Mr. Fitzsimmous or Mr. Cor
bett. Smith thought it was beautifnl,
and when somo ono suggested that tho
boy looked just exactly liko him ho or
dered drinks all around and put tho pic
turo up on his desk as a further opposi
tion to Jones'.
"Every timo I come into the offico I
havo to stop and admiro those pictures,
and I'm acquiring great self control by
keeping a straight faco whenever Jones
or Smith says, 'And still you will re
main a bachelor, will you?' ' New
York Herald.
BREAKFAST IN BED.
Thla la tho Way In Which to Enjoy the
Height of Ianury.
Thero is nothing which gives one quite
tho samo feeling of luxury and afflu
ence as breakfasting in bed that is,
unless ono is forced to do it. Then it
seems merely an annoyance. But when
tho woman whom unkind fato and do
mestic or business duties usually force
to bo up with tho dark can lio in bed
aud have a daintilyappointed breakfast
tray brought up to 4hcr sho feels that
the final joy of sybaritism is hers.
Sunday morning is tho best timo for
tho daughter of toil to indulge in this
luxurious habit. If sho is a churchgo
ing woman, sho may manago by having
breakfast at;9:15. If sho desires to bo
both pious and lazy, there aro theso
who compromiso by reading morning
servico in.bedj .and their method isper--baps
not to 1& tifepiscd: - 1 -
The fiKtijSgC toward enjoying this
luxury is- t&jera'iiwarm bath, hair
brushing an3 tha, like. .Then slipping
on a bath robe or' a dressing sack, the
seeker after; luxury should slip back into
bed, adjust!' her pillows comfortably and
proceed to ' enjoy her breakfast. It
should bo an; unusually dainty ono and
served withthe most appetizing regard
for appearances. Tho tray should bo
covered wiih a delicately embroidered
cloth. Thci china pot in which tho coff eo
comes up should be as pretty as coffee
pots can be, the sugar basin and cream
jug the very perfection of daintiness.
There should be a littlo glass bowl of
mignonette or violets, or a couple of car
nal ions, or even somo fragrant green
geranium stalks. A bunch of grapes,
duskily purple or pink and opal, coffee
clear as amber aud fragrant as only cof
fee can be, toast, a slice of bacon and
an egg or eggs boiled form a breakfast
fit to servo on tho pretty tray.
If tho woman who breakfasts in bed
will proceed to spend the rest of tho
day there, sleeping when sho can, read
ing a little, entirely undisturbed by tho
cares of her household, sho will ward
off tho approach of hidecus old ago half
a decade. Philadelphia Press.
Sho Listened.
Miss C. 's portrait hung on tho wall
at tho exhibition. Miss C. hung around
her portrait. Miss C. had lips that an
ablebodicd man would walk five miles
to kiss. Her eyes were twin stare Upon
her forehead hung two beautiful carls
twin curls. Miss C. 'as delightful
to behold.
Sho was immersed in the study of her
satalogue. Of courso sho was not there
to listen to tho comments.
"Beautiful picture, isn't it?''
"Yes; I wonder if it's truo to lifer"
"I don't know. It's awfully pretty
anyway."
"It is pretty. Tho features, are per
fect, but I don't think shVlooks.very
intelligent."
Miss C, with a crimson face, slap
ped her book shut and walked away.
New York World. . "
Tho Modern. Style.
Tho prospective purchaser of a city
houso built to sell was consulting with
i real estate agent.
"I think I havo' ono to suit you,"
said tho agent. "It is in a good neigh
borhood and has all tho modern conven
iences." "
"I'd expect thaV;"-replied tho pur
chaser. "What I Sidn't want was ouo
with all tho modern inconveniences."
Detroit Freo Press.
Jfcxt Morniaj.
Wriggs Old fellow, yon'ro looking
rery rocky. What'a tho mattor?
Jagway I've got a chestnut sorrel
tasto ia tho roof of my mouth and a
:hronio yellow tasto on my tongue, and
Iho two don't harmonize. Chicago
Tribune.
TIe i-ltm Water Iilolor
Of eapneities van ins: from 1 to L3 horse
power afford? the most convenient, ceo
ntimioal and rofiuMo power for all lijilrt
service. One of the?or may be fern run
ning at this office. Send for circulars.
Tho IVIton Water Wheel Co.. 121 .Main
St., 5?.m Francisco, Cat.
DIortirnKC Loans.
$1000 to ?3000ou improved farm prop-
crtv
P. S. K. Buick.
Go to tho lloseleaf for tho best cigara.
A SENSIBLE FIR TREE.
Eaid a saucy little Slaplo
To her cousin, Wilton- Tree:
"31133 Fir has no new mantlo
This spring, like you and mo.
"Sho -wears tho samo old garment
That she's worn since I was bom.
I should think sho'd feel so shabby
With no new bonnet on."
As sho tossed her head and" nodded .
At tho Fir Trco's old stylo clothes
Willow langhcd sho couldn't help It
At tho turned up, pea green nose.
Tho Fir Tree, staid and modest,
Answered Jlaplo'not a word,
Though I'm very sure yes. certain
Everything was overheard.
Sho enly softly murmured
A3 sho rearranged her clothes,
"I'm glad my friends don't Ieavo mo
With every wind that blows."
A. F. Caldwell In Christian Nation.
VALUABLE WOODS.
JIany of tho Finest Kinds In Existence
Plentiful, bet Almost Unknown.
Many of tho finest wood3 in existence
are yet unknown or only slightly
known to tho manufacturers of wood
in tho civilized world. Tho woods of
Central and South America are perhaps
tho most remarkablo as well 33 the best
known. In tho yet untouched forests of
this continent aro many weeds far finer
than any of these now in use. These
woods range from puro whito to jet
black in color, and many of them aro
most beautifully marked and veined.
Some of them aro so hard that they
turn the edges of axes, chisel3 and other
tools, whilo tho band saw cuts them
only slowly.
In the Columbian exposition there
were many displays cf little known
woods, and tho finest of them were thoso
from Argentine Republic, Erazil and
other South American countries. Some
of theso southern woods yielded to the
teeth of the band saw not tho ordinary
sawdust, but fine powder, lino as tho
finest flour, so hard were tho woods.
Somo of them burned but slowly. Oth
ers possess qualities that keep them free
from insects. Some of them seem to be
practically indestructiblo by air and
water.
All along tho eastern elopes of the
Andes, up to tho snow line on thoso
great elevations, throughout all tho
great river valleys and in somo of the
wido areas of level ' country in South
America aro great forests of fine woods
that are specially fit for tho finest cabi
net and furniture work, and also for
shipbuilding, carpentry and other in
dustrial arts in which wood is tho raw
material. These great forests aro now
an unknown quantity in tho commercial
world, but they will come rapidly into
tho knowledge of men and into indus
trial uscowhcn cues tho railroad has
reached them.
Before many years, it is safe to pre
dict, the South American and Central
American republics will bo threaded by
railroads, and then thoso wonderful
woods will bo drawn upon to supply tho
demand for new and fine woods in all
civilized countries. Lumber World.
Overlicard In the Hcstamaat.
SheLwehtiTtdseo a beautiful playfnfc
-wnitn -wn rrm ITT. ?jiir YnrV. -. .
Hc-Whd
She Well, I can't remember the
namo exactly. It sounded liko "Dr.
Deppety."
fic Who tcok the leading character?
Shc A man cf the namo of Willard,
Francis Willard Oh, he's just elegant!
Magnificent! He doesn't speak very
plainly, and he can't sing a littlo bit;
but, oh, he's just perfectly grand.
He Was it a play or an opera?
She Oh, something of that sort! I
had a quarrel with Herbert about you
that night and didn't notice much. .
He Why did you quarrel about me?
She Well, I told him ci our engage
ment that night before wc started for
the theater and then asked him if he
siill wanted to tako me cut, and ho
laughed and said, "Certainly, I would '
just as scon tako an engaged girl to aa
entertainment as any kind of a girl,"
horrid thing!
He; Why was he horrid?
She I just revenged myself by sit
ting and thinking cf you all the uven
ing. Oh, say, thesa are actors sitting at
that table over there. .
Ho (suspiciously) How do you know?
She Why, because they keep looking
around to see if people are watching
them. Actors always do that to adver
tise themselves, you know,
' And tho waiter brought the checks.
Boston Journal. ' i
Hardiness cf the CraFo Tilyrile.
Philadelphia is about rq far north
as the craue mvrtle uroves hardv.
Though killed to the ground, it will
pusu up anu nower lite a Herbaceous
plant. Possibly it would give aa attrac
tion to gardens, in this herbaceous way,
much farther north thai: Philadelphia.
Several correspondents write that it is
not always killed down even so far
north as Philadelphia. Ono at Chestnut
Hill, a part cf Philadelphia, instances
a Specimen, 5 to C feet high, which
must havo passed ssveral wintesr un
harmed. Median's Monthly.
Act In. the Troscnt.
Don't keep alabaster boxes of lovoastl
sympathy to, break over coffins. Living
is noae too sweet at best, and flowers
en tho coffin cast no backward fra
grance. What Co the dead care for the tender token,
Tho love, the praise, the Soral oSeriagi
Ent living, palpitating heart; are broken
Per tho want at just these things.
Selected.
Alexander the Great, about B. C. -400,
made au attempt to introduce many
Asiatic plauts into .Europe. Rice was
among the number, but tho Greeks did
not t:iko kindly to its cultivation, pre
fciriag to import it from India and
Egypt.
Philip I of Franco foil cat with the
queen, turned h? cut of doors and mar
ried tho wife of a nobleman; giving the
unique reason, "I like her better than I
do my wife and can provide for her bet
ter that! her husband can."
sicwrsri: of OIiit3::citt.H ftr Catarrli
tliat Contain Mercury.
as HiTi-tiry will snrXy destroy the feme of
tiuclt and completely derange the whole system
when ciilrrinc it lliron;! mneons surface?..
Such nrt:cte shoul.i neve- Ih used except ou
niCM'ripttoiis (roin r-'puishle I'hysielans. ns tliu
iliiLingc they w ill lo i ten fotd to the sool yoi;
can povlblv derive from tlvai. Hall's Catarrh
Cure manufactured by P. J. Cheney A CaTo
ledo, U.. contain m mercury, ami is taken in
ternally, neiliip dlrrt-tly npou 'ho h'ood and
mucous surfaces of the s stem. In buyiug Hall's
Catarrh Cure le sure yeu set the cennine. It is
nlcn iuleriirtl'y. ami made ia Toledo, Ohio, by
F. J. Cheney it Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists, price 75 c. per bottle.
Trespass notices printed on cloth for
sale at this office at 5 cents each.
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