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HIS FIRST WALTZ.
A BRIGHT SCHEMER.
CHANGE OF PASTURE.
Why It H.m.flta Not Only Llv. Stock Bot
th. Soil Al»o.
There is more good solid sense ox-
pressed in the old saying that “A
change of pasture makes fat calves”
than most people are apt to realize on
a casual reading. Not only calves, lull
all descriptions of live-stock need for
their highest thrift some little variety
in the way of food, anil the pustules, to
maintain their best condition, need an
occasional rest. Both stock and past
ures are therefore benefited by it
change. The stock coming into a fresh
pasture find every variety of grass nat
ural to it in full growth, and are able
to fill themselves easily without too
much exertion; and if the menials are
of improved character and quality they
never fail to give a good account ol
the luxuriant feed. There are sonu
grasses in tlie pasture which will not
stand very close grazing; tlie sun let ii
too directly upon their roots nets un
favorably and they seem incapable ol
making mileh growth until after they
have progressed to about a certain
stage. If constantly grazed tlie past
ure is certain to lose its due proportion
of such grasses. It is better, therefore,
for both stock and grass that tlm past
ures be divided into several lots, that
one portion may recuperate while an
other is being used. If there is a dif
ference in its productive capacity -
some portions growing rt'Jic luxuriant
food than others—it is well to make tlie
divisions with reference to that fact,
for if there is not profitable food on
any portion it is belter that tlie stock
should not be suffered to tramp around
over it. Suitable divisions of the past
urage also enable the farmer to keep
different descriptions of stock separate,
which is quite desirable. Especially in
periods of drought is it essential that
the farmer should lie able to manage
the pasturage with the greatest care
and intelligence, for there is danger of
the permanent stand being injured in
such portions as are too heavily bur
dened with stock at such a time.— '
Trial« and Tribulation« of a Profe««lonal
A professional real-estate “boomer"
while riding on horseback through the
pine woods of Arkansaw, came upon a
peculiar-looking fellow sitting under a
tree, deeply interested in a sort of dia
gram, which, with a short stick, be
was drawing in the sand.
"How are you?" said the boomer,
"Ain't complainin',” tlie fellow re
plied, contemplating a fresh mark
which lie made in the sand.
“You seem to be laying off a town
“No, I ain’t » doin’ that, nuther.”
“Must be some sort of land scheme
you’ve got o.i hand.”
“No, it ain’t that, nuther.”
“1 was in hoi>es so. You see my busi
“No, I didn't see yore bizness,
“Wait n minute. I say my bu.sinoas
is to go into a neighlmrhood and im
mediately bring up tho value of land b)
stimulating a spirit of speculation.
Say, for instance, that you've got ont
hundred acres that yoi?d like to sell
lint for which you have not found s
market I see you secretly and entei
into an arrangement witli you. Shortly
afterwards 1 meet you at the cross-
roads where you are sitting with s
number of fellows. I meet you as il
for tlm first time, fall into conversa
tion, gradually come down to lan<
matters and after awhile ask you who
owns a certain tract. You do. 1 wouh
like to buy it. You regard the matte i
carelessly, just as I observe you are ad
illirably fitted to do, and, without giv
ing me any satisfaction, get up ami go
off. Then I take out a sort of map anil
after looking over it for some time,
railroad, as if I don't care about any
lawly lien ring me, and after showing
considerable anxiety concerning you
ask where you have gone, and start
out to look for you. I fail to find you
and come back to the place whore th.
fellows are sitting. Finally I explaii
all about the now railroad, nn I speak
FOR THE NURSERY.
of you as a most fortunate felow, fol
Allow Your Children to Develop Slowly the new depot is going to bo located on
your land. I start out to look for yoi
There is nothing ^nore dangerous again, and while I am gone you coni
than the way some people try to stim back. By this time those fellows hav<
ulate the dormant intellect of infant formed a sort of syndicate to cheat yor
children, often playing with tlie help out of your place. 'Die leader begins
less baby mid tossing it up till il to ask about your land, all the tiim
trembles with excitement..
Babies, keeping a sharp look-out to soe if I am
like all little animals, should be left in coining back, and the first tiling yi.i
a passive state. Tlie most dangerous know you've sold your place for tei
bruin diseases to which infants are times as much as it is worth.
hat, of course, you give me a certair
peculiarly subject arc brought on by
percent, of the money. See.”
overfund parents, who refuse to let the
Tlie diagram-maker sprang to hif
faculties of the child remain in a half
feet, knocked tlie boomer down an<
dormant state, ns they should during
Jeketl him; and then, as lie was trying
tlie first year of life.
o get up, knocked him senseless
A nervous woman is a dangeroils IVhon the boomer came to, he raised uj
mother. It is better for an over-anx r nd said:
ious woman to put her child in the
•Will you let me go now?”
hands of a conscientious nurse, who
The peculiar-looking fellow glance,
will bring it up by system and not by ip from the diagram, upon which In
“maternal impulse,” a beautiful tiling find resinned work, and replied:
for poets to dwell upon but a very un
“Reckon you’d better.”
The boomer got up, and, after brush
certain tiling in actual practice. No
ng the sand off*his clothes, said:
intelligent person would allow a choice
■'Would you mind telling a strange:
puppy or fancy Angora kitten to lie
vho is unacquainted with the soda
dangled mid dosed us little children arc
•iistoms of tlie community, why yoi
by over-anxious mothers.
It seems very strange that sensible thumped me around that way?’’
“No, wouldn’t mind.
You sec, i
people should refuse to use their reason
'eller with tho same game come througl
in bringing tip babies.
here about a month ago, an’ I was on
should bo fed systematically, only al
>f the finds that was roped into buyin'
stated hours, every day it should bi-
• >ld sedge field that ain't wnth ten cents.
batlied nt the same hour so that its long
“Thank you for your information
midday nap shall collie nt such a time I do not want to lie inquisitive, but wil
that it shall have a period of wakeful von tell me what sort of a map that i
ness before sundown. Healthy chil your are working on so intently?”
dren will sleep from sundown till
"1 am tryin’ to soe ef I ken make i
sunrise, waking only oih - o during the map showin' how a railroad ken gi
night to be fed if they are taken care ••«mid a cypress swamp, over a bayou,
•ver a sand mountain, through anothei
of systematically. Infants under six
months old should lie fed every two • wamp and then git to tlieold field thm
hour* from .'.unilse till sundown. Old i possul of us fellers bought.
wives' tales mid old mothers' remedies >r, 1 reckon you’d better mosey along
are the most dangerous jack o'lanterns low. ”— Arlcansaw Traveler.
that the young mothers can follow.—
N. 1’. Tribune.
Why ManufHeturer. should stat. th. Com
position of Their Goods.
Ink-making Ims now become quite :i
high chemical ai l, ami there m > many
kind* of ink in tlie market that a choice
is rather puzzling. It is very desirable
that maiiiifaeturerH .slioulil etale the
compoaitiou of their inks i. e., of tlie
coloring inattei' which they contain.
This might be done without betraying
any trade secrets. We could then
chooee our ink according to its purpose.
For documents of a permanent char
acter, and subject to tlie possibility
of intentional obliteration, the ink
should contain more than one kind of
coloring matter; as, for example, the
old tannogallate of iron plus indigo or
aniline black, ami perhaps a little cole
per »alt. No single eliemical agent
could blench all of these, and neither
paper nor parchment can aland a aeries
of chemical solvents. The analine inks,
now largely used, are of very question
able durability. It is uncertain whether
they call endure the action of time
alone. Supplemented with the old-
fashioned iron salt, which has proved
Its durabiliiy, they are safe. It should
always la> understood that the indelibil
ity of any ink largely de|ienda upon
the nature of tho surface to which it is
applied. The more absorbent the pa
per, tho more difficult is Its removal, as
it penetrate* below tho surfaeo of such
pa|»er. If the paper is highly glazed,
byeoveringit with any kind of varnish
ing material, the possibility of remov
ing tho whole surface, varnish, ink and
all, is increased. — I'Ans/ien al Work.
WIT AND WISDOM.
—Disorder in a drawing room is vu^
tin antiquary's study, not; the
black battle-stain on a soldier’s face is
not vulgar, but the dirty face of a house
—Only a Step. —
Nature male the model man
With perfect torm. though nude;
The tailor dreMe 1 the fellow up—
The man wa« then a dude.
— IFAHcAii.Z 7<wtw.
—Wife (one day after marriage) —
No, dear, don't give me any money; I
might lose it Same Wife (one year
after marriage)—I took fl'20 from your
pocketbook last night, John.—AT. F.
“Haro you got any family?” nsko
Mac Anderson, a San Antonio lawyer
,f a colored man whom ho was ap
¡minted by tho court to defend, the lat
ter being charged wilh having stolei
“l’so got no family jIL 1 look* tc
you for ilat.”
“Look to me to supply you with a
family?'' exclaimed tho astounded ad
“I looks to you an’ de jury, boss, I
'oes for a far.”
“What kind of stuff is that you ar,
“Hit’s just wluit I say*. Miss Matildi
Snowball says ef I only get* one yeah
in de lienopotentlary she'll wait fui
me, but ef 1 gets moah. den she is
gwine ter marry do very first niggali
what conies along. So yer sees, bos*,
u bat a '*|unsibility dar ant lastin'an
yer.”— Texas Sittings.
Blow lie’s employer was calling hi»
attention to tlie sales of another travel
ing man, mid intimating that he ought
to try and do as well
“I loll you what it I»,” said Browne,
"it’s all in the territory • man has to
travel. Now any fool van sell goods iu
thoughtfully, "1 think 1 will start you
out on that route next month.Msr-
■“An eiepnant Belonging to a travel
ing circus broke out of the stables at
Rugby, Eng., and bursting ; open the
door of a small cottage i adjoining,
squeezed in. unfastened the clipboard,
and dined on a dozen pota i of jam, a
gallon of piekled onions, a supply
damsons, a joint of meat, a loaf of
bread, a pound of butter and a quan
tity of sweets.
It took nearly two
hours to get the animal out.
—Country fair weldings still rage.
The last reported was in Lancaster
County, Pennsylvania, where George
Rian, a young milkman, was married
to niretcen-year-old Mary Stroman in
tho presence of 10,000 person*. They
weso driven to the grand stand in an
epen carriage drawn by four black
horses. and their wedding present* in
cluded a buggy, a cook stove and turns
of weuev aiUA'iuitinir to SAOlk
Of the tno.iXO Hebrews computed to be
in the United States, at least 1 5,0(0 are
Th. Malden Effbrt ut a Voanf Man oi> settled In New York.
Among them are
the Ll*ht Fantastic.
many millionaires. A New York paper
of nineteen He
A popular young bustu«ss man con
brews in that city whose fortunes range
fides! the deta is of an amusing though freni $1,100,000 up to *8,Ot 0,000 each.
s< mewhst delicate situation to a re
A VALUABLE MEDICAL TREATISE
porter the other day, and the latter i.-
Tbs editiou for 1888 of the sterling Medical
making a base lietrayal of that con
fidence in giving the story to tlie pub Annual known a. Hostetter’s Almanac, i. now
ready, and may b* obtained, free of cost, of
lic, blit ‘•murder will out”
druggist, and general country dealer, in all
camo of my not having learned to paru, of tlie United S’atee. Mexico, and Indeed
In every civilized portion of the Western Hem
dance,” he began. "You see, when 1 isphere.
This Almaaac ha. been issued regu
was a kid, and tlie girls (my sisters) 1 .rly at the coinmeiiceiueut of every year for
of a century. It combines, with
went to dancing-school and
were tbe sound* st pracii.
al advice tor the preaerrs-
brought lip ill the way they should go, tlon and restoration of health, a largo amount
of interesting and amusing light reading, and
I did not care for such tilings, and the calendar, astronomical calculations, chro
hooted at the confounded liobbing and nological items, etc., are prepared with great
care, anil will be fouml entirely accurate. The
twisting and turning, which even now issue of Hostetter's Almai ac for 1*88 will prob
seems rather absurd to me. I volun ably be the largest edition of a medical work
ever published in any country. The proprie
tarily left school rather young and tors, Messrs Hostetter 8c Co.. 1‘iltsbuigh, Pa.,
wont into business life, and have since on receipt of a cao cent stamp, will tor ward
a copy by mail Io any persou who cannot pro
had neither time nor inclination for cure one In his neighborhood.
dancing. As the girls grew older, we
It is estimated that since 1'9?, 4,i?0,000
hail a number of little social hops at
men have been killed in wars.
the house, but I always managed to
get away. I never ha<l any desire to “Uh, wad some power the gif tie gie uh ,
To see ourselves as it hers see us"!
dance until the other evening. A certain
Few women want to appear sick, and
young lady, whose black eyes I had
admired from a distance for some time, yet how many we see with pain written
on every feature, who have been suffer'ng
was present at one of our little gather fo- months from female weakness, and
ings. I usually managed to get out ol who could easily cure themselves by tbe
the way when the dancing began, but use of Dr. Pierce’s “Favorite Prescrip
tion,” to be found at any drug store. This
I was so engaged in conversation with remedy is a specific for weak tiacks, ner
her that the music had struck up be vous or neuralgic pains, and all that class
fore I was aware of it I let the first of diseases known as ‘ female complaints.”
Illustrated, large treatise on diseases of
lance pass without saying any thing, women, with most successful courses of
but I knew my companion was a tine self-treatment, sent for lOceiitsin stamps.
lancer and very fond of the amuse Address, World’s Dispensary Medical As
sociation, HB3 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
ment. I think that the first dance was
in “octogetto,” or some thing of that
What is done' cannot be undone, es
kind, for there wero eight people in it pecially if it is a hard boiled egg.
When that was over the musicians
HEADACHE AND D'.8:EP IA.
struck a lively jingle which I imagined
I recognize.I. That is a polka, sure, No. 512 West 57th St., N,Y„ June ‘.9,1885.
I have been a martyr to bilious head
thought I—now is my chance.
Blank,’ I said, growing as red as s ache and dyspepsia. Any indiscretion in
¿ulip, ‘my sisters have often tried to diet, over fatigue or cold brings on a fit of
teach mo to dance, but have given it indigestion, to be followed by a headache
upas a hopeless case. Is—is the thing lasting two or three days at a time. I
think I must have tried over twenty dlfi-
they are playing a waltz or a polka, e-.nt remedies, whi'h were recommend d
or a highland fling,
_ or what is as certain cures by loving friends, but it
laughed, but did not an was of no use. Like the Irishman, I got
no better very fast. At last I thought I
swer. After this confession I resumed: would take a simple course of purgation
•Will you dare venture a turn?’ She with B randreth ’ s P ills . For the first
was only too ready; she eviden ly did week I took two Pill* every night, then
one Pill for thirty nights; In that time I
•lot. know what win before her.
I gained three pounds in weight, and never
plnoed my hand timidly on her side have had an ache or a pain sine •.
W illiam E. R ockwell .
ind grasped her waist in a vice-like
Then I began the polka to the
THE “OLD RELIABLE.”
best of my ability, and, to my horror,
Lewis Cou* ty Bee, October 11, 1887.
she began to waltz.
I tried to waltz,
The “Old Reliable" manufactured by
‘oo, but made a dismal failure of it Palmer & Rey, is an ideal job press. It is
I'lie r-om was small and overcroded the strongest and most durable press in
vith dancer*, and though our careet the market. There is a lever at the loft
of the feeder connected with a complete
•vn* short-lived we mahaged to come device for throwing off the impres-ion. It
nto collision with almost every couple will print a form to the full capacity of
m the floor.
My sister rescued her the chase, and all the parts are made
’■•lend, who took tlie matter ns good- strong and durable to endure the tremen
dous strain. This press for simplicity of
laturedly ns could Im expected with construction excels all others.
her torn dress nud bumped and
J. T. F orrest .
‘rumpled condit’on generally.
menked away into outer darkness, and
How to Gain F efh and Strength.
hereafter will never attempt to imitate
Use a ter each meal Ncott's Euiulsion
It is as p-datable as
the ‘Heathon Chinee’ by playing a
milk, ami easily digested. The rapidity wilh
game that I do not understand.
I am which delicate people improve witli ita use is
x fool and 1 know it, but to have the wonderful. Use it ami try your weight As a
remedy for Consumption, Throat affections and
faet intimated one, two and three times Bronchitis, it is unequaled. Piea.se read: "1
i day for a week by the members ot used Scott's Emulsion in a child eight moi ths
old with good results. He gained four poundB
one’s own family is not at all consol in a very short Huie.**—T ho . P rim , M. D.,
ing.— Rochester I'm'-Express.
A POWERFUL REMEDY.
Brom hit is is cured by frequent small
doses ef Piso's Cure for Consumption.
IVhy Uncle John Refuged to Swallow His
Gen. Grant’s widow visits the tomb in
Riverside Park every Sunday.
In tho village of O—, In Central
New York, lives a sharp-tongued old
bachelor whom I have known for
twenty-five years as “Uncle John."
Uncle John is something of a character
about town, and not destitute of
Yankee wit mid shrewdness. He used
to make ami vend in mi amateurish
way a certain cough mixture, the mer
its of which he preached to his friends
witli great enthusiasm, warranting the
remedy to cure any cold in twenty-four
hours "or no pay.” Ono of his old
friends, whom wo will cnll Ike, being
ifHictosl with a severe coughing cohl.
Uncle John used his best efforts in
irguinoof, persuasion, and finally vehe
ment mid profane scolding, to get him
fo try the remedy. But Ike could not
be induced to “chance it” Not long
liter this Undo John emight a hard cold
himself, which was accompanied by a
most distressing cough that shook his
poor old frame unmercifully, It did
prevent his coming
down town and “settin’," as he
called it, in Ike's market. The cold
hung on for a week or more, and the
cough had grown no bettor. Finally.
one day Ike resolved to brave Unde
John’s sharp tongue, and tease him a
little about his failure to rid himself of
the cold, and the following dialogue
ensued. You aro to understand that
Unde John's replies wero interrupted
with violent coughing.
“What yer want?"
"Got a bad cold, 'ain't yo?"
"Yes; got ths w Usl ever had’n my
“Hangs on pretty bad. don't it?”
“Yes; beats all.”
Hesitatingly: ••why don’t you try
some o' y’rcough med'eine you want
ed ter sell me?”
"1 thought mebbe y’ was fool 'nough
ter ask that question: d'yer s'pose I
want ter live JorevsrT’—iiarper's Jfag-
—A. U. Mason, a Colorado lumber
man, started the other day tn ride from
the forest to Chico down a flume built
through the canon for transporting
lumber. Fifteen miles down his raft
overtook the lumber that had been sent
on in the morning, and before long
struck r board and was np-ended, ami
he thrown fifty feet in the air.
caught on a timber projecting from the
side of the canon and hung suspended
fifty feet above the bottom by his one
arm. until the timlicr broke and he fell
to a platform in the side ot the flume,
and then rebounded to the bottom.
escaping serious injury, He recovered
his raft and started on.
from Cldco he was thrown again, and
this time came down in the water and
was nearly drowned.
When he *’>«•
out he walked the rest of the way. and
has sworn off on the flume route for
My family I* very ancient,” re_
marked an English tourist in Ohio.
“It dates back to the crusades.” "So
docs mine," replied the Buckeye. "My
mother was a crusader herself. And
what a noble stand they made against
the l'qtior traffic, too.” "Aw," said
the Englishman,considerably my »titled.
Gladstone will visit America in the
spring._______ _ __________
the great Scotch author, suffersd
life with dyspep la, w hu h majle i o
life miserable and caused his best an
t uest friends not a little pam
his fretfulness. Dyspepsia generally ari es
from disease of the I*'’®1’. sl“!v?f.|lri.^
Fierce’» "Golden Medical 1 '►c?ve,rJ',J.“™
all diseases of this great gland, it follows
that while all cannot be Cariyl®».
with dyspepsia, all can be free from the
malady, while emulating hU virtues.
A cyclone at Mineida, Texas, blew down
a hall, and killed live people. _
CONSUMPTION 8URLLY CUBEB.
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Please inform your readers th«t
itive remedy for the above named dibea«e. ny
its timely use thousand« of hopeless case a nai> e
been permanently cured. I «hall be glad to
send two bottle« of my remedy fkkk to any of
your readers who hava consumption if they will
send me their Express and P. O. address.
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paper-covered). Address, W orld ' s Disrts.
lAitr M edical A ssociation , 663 Mala Street,
CkLO SORES AND ULCERS £ '""» duffalo, N. Y._________________________
standing cured by ALLKN’M CLCEIU5K SALVE. Itnnver
ails. By Mail, (Wc. ’.Made by J. F Aikn.
I CURE FITS!
When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop them
for a time and then have them return a«:ur>. 1 meana
Mdical cure. I have made t he diseaae of 1' 1»N, r
EPS? or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long «tody. I
warrant my remedy to cure the worst canes. Bocause
others have failed is no reason for not now receiving a
cure. Send at one« for a treatise and a Free Bottle
of my infallible remedy. Give Express and tomt Onice.
II. 6. ROOT, .Vi, C-, 183 l’eari St. New \ ork.
The Van Monciscar
Young, middle-aged one
old, single or married meT
and all who suffer with
Nervous Debility, Sperm»
torrhea, Seminal Lospet-
Sexi tai Decay, Failing Mem
ory, Weak Eyes, Lack ol
Energy, also Blood an(
’ Skin Diseases, Hyphilllf
Eruptiona, Hair Falllm
Bone Pains, 8 welling
Sore Throat, Ulcers, Ei
feet* of Mercury, Kidney
and Bladder Trouble
Weak Race, Burning Urine, Gonorrhea, Gleet Sulci
ire—prompt relief and cure for life.
Both Hexes ConKalt Confidentially
OFPTCJM—1»3 dh 1R4 THIRD ST.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomenes«L Moro economical than
the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competi
tion with the multitude of low test, short; weight»
alum, or phosphate powders. So’d only in cans.
R oyal B akinq P owder C o .. 106 Wull Street,N. Y-
are admitted to be the
in tho world.
D M. FERRY & CO 3
gx I g V b phis .
ANTI-BH.IOUS and CATHAItTIO.
iromptly cured by I>r,
Purgative Pc lie is. 25
cents a viaL by Druggists.
|24 Pest St., S. F., Cal
Bhortlaad, TypA-wribtita. rennianshi». B.<ik keepln,
. a.d Teletfiaphy all tor 87a
I ■ ■ U I Aft
I 11 I d I ÛF
Mechanical and Mining Ka.
uu il U U LticntX6r»X"»4
In» BANCROFT BUILDING.
723 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
jfâTSend for circular.
A. VANDER NAILLEN, Preside
Fö R E $W HERE ALL Í L StFMLS.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. Use
in time. Sold by druggist«.
Iltat trated, Deterip>
tive and Priced
A superior remedy for Couglia, Cold«,
nciplent Couaumptlon, and all
hroat sad l.uug Troubles.
will be mailed
FREE TO ALL
to laBt eeason's
out ordering it.
Invaluable to all.
Every person using
O C ET Q should send for
O L. L. GO It. Add res»
D. M. FERRY AGO., Detroit,Mich.
Sold by all Druggists for 50 Cents.
T ry G ermka for breakfast.
auiIT «r llulxo«'« Experienced aad m.|
fill 1‘liy.lclun. and l»urgeuiu.
ALL chronic diseases a specialty
Paliiuits treated hero or at their hoineo. M m T
treated at homo, through corruspondenoTi
succcsefully uh If hero in person. coluegj
,eo uh , or »‘nil toil cents in stumps for r7.
“ Invalid.' Ouide-B.ok," which give« an ¿¡J
ulnrs. Adilrosa: W ould -» D ispenhaiiv Mum
CAL A ssociation , 6U3 Multi bt„ Buifulo, N.y"
A More Throut. «'»ugh or Cold,
if suffered to progress, results in serious
pulmonary affections, oftentimes incura-
ble. ‘Hrow h ' s Hronchial Troches reach
directly the «eat of the disease, aud give
Uacqua) led -Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy.
Good as gold
Invalids’ Hotel and Surgical Institute
HARDY NORTHERN GROWN
S t? e <1 h ,
From Minneapolis. Minnesota, are the best, be
cause they arc earlier and the most productive
Take no other until you try them. For sale by
all leading dealers on the coast. Trade supplied
by WESCOTT BROS, Seed Merchants, 40b and
408 Sanaome Street, Sau Francisco, Cal.
Acme Electric Belt Agency
171 Fourth St,, bet. Morrison and Yamhill,
ADVICE AND MEDICINE $1.00.
All Diseases auccesHfully treated. Chronic and Ner
vous ITuubxja a npec*ulty ltheumatisui. Neuralgia
Gi tieral hd <I Nervous Debility, Seuiiual WeukuotiO and
Lost Manhood successfully treated with thuedd ot th«
( jeledhated A cbie E lb <* tkic D elt uDil other electrio
appliances. Sexual Diseases taken by tbo case at niort
Beujouablo rates. A competent Physician and
wlcifiu in attendance duily Country patients wilipleaBf
*iAte synipt oma os accurate as puMsible Comapond«
soilcitetl Terms strictly ca^h.
UV)V Hasur.-a. Flatnlaa and Rectal
•‘""’'•.’»‘•hin !>»»« two »ears,
* ’«iti» Hcveral interior towns Hood
»• »•Hkington, M. 1».
Mo.iA Ihekum a building. Portland.Or,
In successful operation since i860, patronized from
all sections of the Northwest, endorsed by
business men and leading educators.
THE MOST PERFECTLY EQÜIPPE* SCHOOL
of its class on the Coastt it offers private or class
instruction, day and evening throughout the year, in
Arithmetic, Writing, Correspondence, Book keeping
Banking,Shorthand,Type-writing Business and Legal
Forms and all Common School Branches. Stuaents
of all ages and both sexes admitted ac any time.
Catalogue free. Armstrong andWesco, Proprietors
Thh BELT or RegeneratorIfl
made cxpresely for the aura of
derangemeDM of tbo generative
organa. The continuoas at ream
of ELECTRICITY pemeatiDf
through the part* HioBt.roatort
them to heatiky action. Do not
eonfounil this with Kl«tr1e Belt«
advertiacd to «are all ilia from
head to toe. I<la for the ONI
For eirealara giving fail la-
formation, addrww Cheever E »ee
trio Belt Co., Ids Waahingtofl
Street. Chicago, 11L
MODELING IN WAX.
How, Elttle by Little, the Art» Are Creep
ing into Shop and Home.
One of the most interesting of the so-
called “pastimes” which have of late
been intrixluced into the homo circle
under the name of art, is modeling in
wax. It is not only interesting and
amusing; it is instructive. A pound of
wax will keep a largo family busy for
the whole evening, and aside from the
often curious results of the two or
three hours’ work, there has been
gained an idea of anatomy which the
workers were quite unaware of. It is
easier to model a head, such as it is, in
wax, than to make a drawing. The
light and shade is made with every
pressure, and there is nothing flak so
that it is a more prolific medium than
charcoal and paper.
At first the
amateur produces a rather archaic ob
ject, but during tho evening, after he
has had a little facility added to his
hand, he will discover that he has been
more of an observer than he was con
scious of. Ho will also glance up
from his work and look at some mem
ber of tho family to locate the ear, or
eye, or chin, and so bv degrees he con
structs a really go<xl head, and in s
week’s time is able to obtain a likeness
of some member of tiie family. So, lit
tle by little, tho arts are creeping into
the shop and home. It is by this medium
we shall be able to add more interest
to the higher and more complete arts,
and the observer who has handled the
wax at home will be better able to pass
judgment on a piece of sculpture than
'«ofore his -pastime’’ trials at
no tin —Amerind Art.
The Oregon National Bank
( Successors to Metropolitan Savings Bank 1
CAPITAL PAID IN,
a 9eneral Bankirg Business.
ACCOUNTS kept subject to check.
on San Francisco and New York.
OoLLKCTIfiNH on favorable tenus.
VAN B. D k LASHMUTT, GEO. B MAKKLK,J k ,
u y. SHERMAN. Cashier.
f I 0 H sen "tin »nd 11 U JV
8 ™ Map of FLORIDA SOUTH-
■ ERN R. IL LANDS. Four million acres,
” , Oranges, «.vunni.a,
I , Bananas.
Strawhcrnes and anrlv
ea-ly v. —
! sale on long credit. »1.2.5
to 88.00 per acre.
»31 So. 1 lark’ I St., Uhlraso, Illa.
S’™ (diver) and have your name bi Agents' Di-
nl«remi,A. .J. "J w11'rcwl’« rReF “»"1 valuable aim-
pies. Books, etc .from firms want ng agent« Fresh nanu-u
M rr.raCn.iBF r • ,
N. P. N. U. No. 211-S. F. N. U. No 2S1
The Original and Only Genuine.
8afc an«l alway« Reliable. Beware of worthlem Imitation«.
¡»ADIES. Ask your DrQ«*iat ft*
< hichcater’a English’* and take no other, or inclose tc.
MtamM) to ns for particulars in letter by return mall.
NAME PAPER. Chleheater Chemical Co.,
8818 Madlaon Square, PhUada., Pa.
Sold by DrugrUta everywhere. Aak for «‘Chlehea»
tor’s EutfUsh” Penny rqy al PUla. Take no other.
I TO & DAYS.
Mf donly by th.
G has taken the lead Iti
the sales of that class ot
remedies, and has given
almost universal satisfao»
MURPHY BROS.. '
G has won the favor of
the public and now ranks
among the leading Med**
cines cf the oildora.
A. L. SMITH.
GUNS ! CHEAP ! CHEAP !
Potato Salad: One quart oi sm.au
No. 130. Le^er under fore end action. 10 or 12 ca
- $12 00
potatoes, two tablespoonfols choj»pe<l
onions, two of chopped parsley, four of No.
10 ot f?°ga e & F0-’ side snaP action- blue steel,
beets, and enough of any of the salad
58. Si lted “d.e
twist bar- 15
dressings or clear vinegar to make it No.
slightly moist; to the latter, if used, add
No. 581. gp «ÄÄSI'iÄb'Mpj8tól 17 W
a little melted butter. Koop jn a C(Xq
place until ready to serve. — Boston
—Mr. Crimsonbeak—“Yon plav the
No. I 79.
piano a great deal; do yon not?" Miss
Fus.anfeather-“Yes; I play at home
a good deal, to drive dull care awav ’’
ahave làiitm Kent <■ it tk
»ren t voi?” eharaes:
ir the .
,h "n r.„|p, ef „ ,n <BapBlitee
“Welk I understand von ■ et money re T h nd.-,!
X "ill be deducted from the price: If
drive every thing else awav. I dAn’l teM. .hell, with each See.
------- Met nr re-loading tools and X»
»uppose dull ears would want to star I
II. T. MUDMOtt,
either. —Tookers Statesman.
send for catalogue .
93 Flrat Street, PORTLANO, OR