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arterward Coquelin received the follow
ing memorandum from the millionaire:
That the world is coming to an end sud-
“You have brought tears to our eyes
and laughter to our hearts. Since all : deniy at a given time is not what is re
philosophers are agreed that laughter is ferred to. There are different kinds of sen
sations, us very many people know who
preferable to weeping, your account
feel sharp twinges of pain in the big nen*
with me stands thus: "For tears, six
of the thigh. Sciatica is a very painful
times, six hundred dollars. For laugh se isation, ami the tornutnt of it makes one
ter, twelve times, twenty-four hundred think something is come to nn end. But
dollars. Total, three thousand dollars. just at tlie «.rst sensation or twinge is the
nest time to use St. Jacobs Oil. Tlie less
Kindly acknowledge receipt for em-los pain
the more easily it is cured, and the
ed check." The actor, it is needless to 1 Oil prevents its development by soothing
udd, found no fault with tills assess the nerve. At any stage it will cure.
ment of Ids mimic powers, and duly ac
Ranitnry Reform of Bombay.
knowledged the receipt of his fee.
The Indian government has formulat
Sir Isaac Holdeu. who died last ed an important scheme tor the sanitary
mouth in England, after attaining his reformation of Bombay City.
ninety-first year, set out comparatively j control of government and municipal
early In life to live as long as possible. lands will be vested in a nominated
In the matter of exercise ills rule was body, which will be empowered to lay
to spend at least two hours a day in the new streets through crowded localities
open air. In the use of alcohol he was ami to erect dwellings at low rents for
decidedly abstemious, yet not a total the poor. The scheme involves an ad
abstainer, and lie smoked tobacco mod dition to the municipal rates of not
erately. In diet his chief peculiarity more than 3 per cent.
was that lie avoided bread, thinking it
«LAIN Itt POISON.
undesirable food for a person who wish
ed to live long, because of Its excessive
Not the poison that the covert assassin ad-
starchiness and the amount of earthy | ministers
In the drink, the food, or some other
matter that it left in the system. His guise, hot the poison of malaria shortens the
lives of m rinds. There is a safe and certain
chief foods in ills later years were ! antidote. Hostetter’s Stoinaen Bitters, which
meats, soups and fruits. He said, a j’not only fortifies the system against malaria,
'hut roots out its seeds when they hate gerniln-
few years ago, that for breakfast he pted.
Dyspepsia, constipation, rheumatic,
ate a baked apple, an orange, about liver ami k duey trouble are compiered by tlie
twenty grapes and a biscuit made of
A Minneapolis genealogist reckons
bananas; for mid-day dinner aliout
three ounces of beef or mutton, and up four billions of persons between
sometimes a half-cupful of soup. When William tlie Conqueror and one of liis
lie ate tisli. he took less meat. His sup descendants now living.
per was like his breakfast.
WHY SO MANY REGULAR
To Cure Femalo Iilu—Soma Trua
Reasons Why Mrs. Pinkham
is More Successful Than
the Fumily Doctors.
Franklin was irreverent when a
One day after tlie winter provis
A woman is siclcj 6ome disease pecu
ions had been salted, he said: "I think,
liar to her sex is fast developing in her
father, that if you would say grace over
system. She ff* 1 **3 to her family physi
ihe whole cask, it would lie a great sav
cian and tells him a story, but not t/u
ing at meal time."
the soil that has lately been disturbed.
A writer in What to Eat was once at
She holds something back, loses her
The winter frosts will also penetrate ' a summer hotel when Larry Jerome ar
bead, becomes agitated, forgets what
more deeply, and in a winter when rived and ordered dinner in half an
she wants to say, and finally conceals
there is much freezing and thawing hour. "How many of you are there?"
what she ought to have told, and thus
will gradually lift the |>ost up. If ]>osts I asked the head waiter. "How many of
completely mystifies the doctor.
are sdt in fall for a fence the boards I me.” said Jerome, “do 1 look like a
Is it any wonder, therefore, that thu
must be nailed on so as to keep the couibination troupe?"
doctor fails to cure the disease? Still,
posts from being twisted, so that they
we cannot blame the woman, for it is
Haydn, who was a famous glutton,
must be reset before *a fence can be
very embarrassing to detail some of
the symptoms of her suffering, even to
stonnich ami onlered dinner for four at
her family physician.
Milk as Food on the Farm.
a tavern. When it was ready to be serv-
It was for this reason that years
To every city resident one of the ad i ed, tli«‘ waiter Inquired about the com
ago Mrs. I’inkham, at Lynn, Mass.,
vantages of living In the country is that pany. "Company?” said tlie eomisis-
determined to step in and help her
those living there can easily secure | er; "I am the gouipany.”
Feeding Pen for Hogs.
Having Lad considerable ex
Where hogs are fed near the house or I fresh and pure milk directly from the
During the revolution, a little Amer
perience in treating female ills with
barn, the fowls are apt to go among cow. It is a most valuable foot! pro
ican privateer once stole up on au Eng-
her Vegetable Compound, she encour
them and eat a large portion of the duct, whether used directly as milk or I lisli line of battle ship in a fog. uiis-
aged the women of America to write
feed. An Indiana farmer has solved cooked in custards and cakes, in the ; taking her for an East India merchant.
to her for advice in regain to their
the problem by constructing a feeding various ways that milk and cream can | and ordered her to strike. When the
complaints, and, being a woman, it
pen so that the hogs and pigs could go I be used. Probably most housewives
seventy-four ran out her guns and
was easy for her ailing sisters to pour
In and out at pleasure, but fowls of all who have lived in the country tind
threatened to blow her puny assailant
into her ears every detail of their suf
kinds were excluded. In the Orange when they remove to the city that the
out of the water, the Yankee skipper
fering. Over one hundred thousand
Judd Farmer he tells how it is made. absence of the best milk and cream
j stepped to the gangway, and. taking
women were successfully treated by
Build a feeding floor several inches which they used to have In abundance j off ids hat. said politely: "Oh. very
Mrs. I’inkham last year. Such are th®
above the surface of the ground and was a stronger handicap to successful
, well, sir. If you won't surrender, I will."
grand results of her experience.
Inclose with a tight board fence sur cooking than anything else. At the
The learned Oxford professor. Max
mounted with pickets a foot or more wholesale prices that are all that milk
There are 71,000 more women than
long. Make one or more openings near producers can get for milk It is a mu?h Muller.onceasked Vivekananda if Rain-
A WIFE WANTED.
men in the state of Massachusetts, and
the ground for the hogs and hang a cheaper food than any other that comes krishna. a great Hindoo religious teach
Economy: save 10 cents on this excess is all in persons over 14.
door, a, from the top so that It will on their tables. If farmers ate more of er. knew Sanskrit. The answer at first The Predicuinent of a College Profesaor
Owing to Vaasur'a Tradition.
swing pretty freely either way. Leath- their milk product they would be better was evasive, lint finally Vivekananda
of “cheap” baking
There is a tradition to the effect that
off physically as well as financially. said: "When Ramkrishna was in the
no man is allowed to become a mem powder and eat the cake.
What they then sold would probably
We otter One Hundred Dollar. Reward tor any
case of Catarrh lost cannot be cured by Hall’.
bring as much as does the larger por came down from heaven and taught ber of the Vassar faculty unless he is
him the language.” “Nonsense!” was married.
tion that they sell now.
Whether the tradition has
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O
We, the undersigned,have known F. J. Cheney
Muller's reply; "tlie only way to learn any grounds it is hard to say. One thing your doctor.
years, and believe him perfectly
Sanskrit is to get a grammar and a dic is certain. If tlie tradition were not true,
Turnips Among Corn.
in all bnstnesa transactions and
Schilling's Best money-back hororable
financially able to carry out any obligation«
There is no crop grown so easily and tionary and go to work."
then the following story could not be
made bv their firm,
with so little cost as late-sown turnips
The King of Siam is not as yet a true either, and whore is the man or baking
W est & Tnvax.
powder is at your
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
in a field of well cultivated corn. The Shakspearean scholar. On tlie recent woman brave enough to deny the truth
WALDtNG, K1NNAN A MARVIN,
shade of the corn will keep the turnip« occasion of ills visit to Denmark, he ac- of tlie story ?
Wholesale llrugg'xis, Toledo, O.
Hall’« Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act
from growing much until the corn
Based, primarily, therefore. ui>on the A Schilling Sr Cnmpasy
eompa lied the Crown Prince Frederick
ing directly upon the blood anti mucous sur
FOWL-PROOF FEEDING PEN
cut. Possibly also their growth will to Iiel dngfors and was duly conducted tradition, the story goes on to affirm
faces of the system. Testimonials free. Pries
75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
that if an unmarried man makes appli
A daguerrotype of Louis Philippe,
er straps or hinges that work easily be checked by the demand of the corn to the grave of Hamlet, Prince of Den
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
will answer. The hogs will soon learn
stood for a moment In reverential al
been presented to the Cuniavalet mu
Io go back and forth, but fowls will
Then, turning to the crown concurring, only permitted to do so on seum in Pari«.
not enter. If there are two sizes of turnips will make rapid growth, as lene >.
hogs, make a partition and in it con they will then have all the laud for prirce. he said, with deep sympathy: condition that he get married and at
AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS.
struct a small swinging door just large their own use. The turnip will endure “A relation of your royal highness. I once. Sometimes this Is easier titan at
Men Who Have Wasted the Vita!
a pretty heavy frost, and grow again if presume. Has lie been loug dead?”
others. A young man who sought to fill We are asserting in the courts our right to the
enough to admit the smaller pigs.
exclusive use of the word ’’ CASTOR J A,” and
Power of Youth— Who Lack
warm weather follows it. But in our
PITCHER’S CASTORIA,” as our Trade Mane.
A Tennesseean tells this story of a tlie Vassar chair of history not long ago
climate turnips cannot be left In the
Vigor—Can Re Cured by
A Good Old Rotation.
I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
darky freight hand on a Southern rail
The six-year rotation so long followed ground all winter a* they are In Eu
way. It seems that Ben, the darky, ceptable in every way that his examin was the originator of “ PITCHER’S CASTORIA,”
in this section, the Shenandoah Valley, gland.
had been placed in charge of a mule, ers forgot to inquire into the most im the same that has borne and does now bear the
has some strong points in its favor,
fac simile signature of CH AS II. FLETCHER on
This is an appliance which is known all over
whose destination was marked on a tag portant tiling of all—his state of single i every wrapper. This is the original “ PITCHER’S
A Milk Strainer.
the world for its wonderful tonic influence up
The crops during the six years are in
or double blessedness.
Not until the
the waning vitality of men and women.
One correspondent of the American
CASTORIA ” which has been used in the homes
this order: Corn, followed by wheat,
Its touch is the touch of life. Warmth and en
Before the animal had been persuaded day for opening tlie college was at hand of the mothers of America for over thirty years. ergetic
health follows its application within
the ground being harrowed and the
to enter a car. he. in some way, man did any one of them recall how shock Look Carefully at the wrapper and see that it is ten days. A permanent cure of all weakness
wheat drilled in. Immediately after wire screen in a milk strainer is not de
of new life—is assured in the long
the kind you have always bought, and has the
sirable, while an aged to reach the tag and. before Ben
the wheat is cut the next year, the
which they ought to have done. The signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on the est standing cases within 90 days.
other asserts that
ground is plowed thoroughly, prepared
"THKEK CLASSES OF MEN.”
young man. by that time arrived, had wrapper. No one has authority from me to use
if rightly placed well chewed up. The old man looked
by harrow and roller, and sowed again
my name except The Centaur Company of which
Dr. Sanden will send yon a hook upon thia
, it will be found en- up th«' local freight agent and asked
subject, with valuable information, free. It
'"j to wheat, this time accompanied with
there was nothing' for it but the one- Chas. H. Fletcher is President.
possible, call and see his famous Belt. Try it
tirely satisfactory. in perturbation: “Wat I goin’ do wld
March 8, 1897.
SAMUEL PITCHER, MJA and regain your manhood. Life has a new
’ about a bushel of timothy to six acres
to those who wear it. Call or address
and the same quantity of clover in the
ed a bit mid finally got it out that the
I Illis shown a strain w’ere he’s goin'.”
A St. Louis paper is marvelling over
early spring. Then three crops of hay
young man must get married.
the case of a septuagenarian whose
SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT CO.
er. with a wire
Dr. Johnson called one morning on
are mowed, making the six years. Very
“We'll give you just two weeks." white hair turned black in a single
screen in the fun Benjamin West to converse with him on
V53 Weat Washington St., Portland, Or.
often four crops of hay are made.
nel at a, just as in American affairs. After some time Mr. they said: "otherwise you will have to night recently.
Please mention thia Payer.
I have not counted the second crop of
ordinary strain West said that he had a young Ameri resign your place. Surely you know of HOME PICODUCTS AND PUKE FOOD.
clover usually cut and hulled for seed
The bottom can (Gilbert Stuart) living with him.
the first season. Since Western seed
be four from whom he might derive some in you within two weeks." it was now
All Eastern Syrup, so-called, usually very
generally can be bougnt at low prices,
and Flower j* j*
indies in diameter. formation, mid Introduced Stuart. The
many think it better to pasture, or cut
Bulbs and Roses.
and haw, but he saw that there was no glucose, “7’m Garden Uripg'* is made from
conversation continued (Stuart being
this second clover for cows. It will be
Fruit and Shade
by first-class grocers, in cans only. Manufsc-
muslin over the thus Invited to take part In it), when the alternative, his whole professional fu tured
noticed that this rotation, running six
by the P acific C oast S yrup C o . Ail gen
neck at c and slip doctor observed to Mr. West that the tur«' depended upon it, so lie permitted uine •‘Tea Gftrdtn Dript” have the munufae- Treesj* Spray Pumpsj* Bee Supplies
years, calls for plowing only twice dur
Fertilizers j * Catalogs Free J1 J* J*
the collar b over it. young man spoke very good English; himself to be liusthsl off the campus turer’a name lithographed on every can.
ing that time, and gives three crops of
BUELL LAMBERSON, Portland.
A perfect strainer and turning to Stuart, rudely asked before any of the susceptible students
».ay, which we think pays better than
The him where be had learned it. Stuart caught sight of him, promising to re
other crops. Farmers who follow this
turn within a fortnight married. He quarters of the beaver resembles that of
very promptly replied. "Sir. I can bet was as good as his word, though lac- land animals, while that on the hind
old-time way are not getting rich, but
ter tell you where I did not learn It— cording to tin' story) h«' had a pretty quarters has a fishy taste.
they are probably holding their own
about ns well as others who follow is used remove the cloth and wash It it was not from your dictionary.”
liard time fulfilling the contract to the
••King Solomon’s Treasure,” only Aphrodisiacs]
newer and shorter plans. Try all and thoroughly, scalding in boiling water.
In Scotland when an infant Is to lie letter. Besides its verification of the Tonic known. (See Dictionary.) $.5.00 a box. 3
weeks’ treatment. .Mason Chemical Co., P. O. Box
hold fast to that which is good, is not
747. Philadelphia, Pa.
a ban motto.—American Agriculturist. pensive to get new cloths than to run some kind of speaking acquaintance it s.uccinetly disproves tlie charge that
the risk of tainted milk. Also scald the
“Ancient” coins, many of which an
wire screen at each washing and care with the shorter catechism. One day Vassar or any other woman's college
New Destroyer of Fruit.
tedate the Christian era, are made in
a collier went to his minister to be pises as a discourager of matrimon;,’.
Re-enforcements to the seventeen fully scrub th«' tin portion.
large quantities in London, and find
' ’’ ch T ’un ’ n ’ tefcthi V c T
speak him for the christening of his
year locusts, the gypsy moth, the
M rs . W inslow 1« H oqthixg S yrup Ktiould always be N
sale all over the world.
| eld'd. “How many commandments liae
b used for children twthiiig. It sooth«*» the child, «»ft- 4
browntail moth and all the rest of tlie
Orchard un«l Garden.
> rim th«* giiina, allays ail pain, cutch wiml colic, rih ! I s d
A pleasant and unusual street scene
h th«* heat remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty fl re cent« a J
Fruit trees or plants will not take ' ye?” asked the minister. "Twenty," re-
busy army of fruit
I believe Piso’« Curéis the only medicine
bottle. It I r the best of all.
In Philadelphia is sketched by the Rec
destroyers are to care of themselves.
Ross, Williamsport, Pa., Nov. 12, *95.
N. P. N. U.
No. 46, ’RT.
be found in vast
Grapes thrive best in well-cultivated
A tandem pair of cyclers with only
l mentary theology. On his way he met
quantities in the and well-drained laud.
WHEN writing to advertiser«, pieMa
Try Schilling’s Best tea and baking powder.
a brother miner, who was going to the
mention this paper.
“San Jose scales."
Having the orchard trimmed up minister on a similar errand. “How was the sight which greeted Broad
The San Jose scale keeps the trees bearing well.
many commandments hae ye. Jock?” street promenaders yesterday. The
takes its name, not
Cherry trees must be grafted early asked the first.
“Ob! you two men rode a tine tandem wheel of
rnit san jose scai . b froI11 the locality
I offered the latt'st model, and wldzzed along
EVERYTHING FOR THE
to which it confines its depredations,
Choose young, thrifty trees, with him twenty the while, but he wasna Broad street as smoothly and graceful
but to the one In which it first ap
ly as you please.
peared. Since it made its debut in Cali good r«jots and straight, clean tops.
The man in front had but one hand
fornia It has shown an impartial fond
Annual pruning largely avoids the
ship, and wherever she went excited to steer with, but that was a good right
ness for every part of the Union. Flor necessity for removing large limbs.
one, and his left leg seemed to bring
ida has not been too warm for it and
No fruit repays judicious pruning the most favorable comment. After plenty of power to bear upon the pedal.
the war she was visited by an English
Massachusetts has pleased. New Jer and trimming better than the pear.
We lead and originate
officer of high rank. who. after making The other man's right arm and left leg
sey has not escaped and the Pacific
Make quality rather than qunntity an inspection, said: "This Is one of the were missing, but the remaining limbs
coast as far as British Columbia has the principal aim.
supplied ids needs. Although lietween
appealed to it. The scale, though ap-
i finest frigates I ever saw. if not the lln-
All trees that have roots or tops est; but I must say that her wheel Is tilt m they only had the number of limbs
pearing only recently, has evidently
Cor. Second and Stark Sts.
In preparing to bruised or mangled should be discard clumsy and ugly mid unworthy of tlie which the average cycler upon a single
spent several decades
vessel." The Yankee captain replied: wheel requires to keep him going, they
descend upon the world. It Is a mlcro- ed.
..... PORTLAND, OREGON
In setting out a tree, save home of “Sir, that wheel is the only English beat many sturdy rivals who tried to
scopic insect. which pierces the green
bark of the tree with its proboscis and the top soli, especially to put around thing In the ship. During her action keep up with them.
The Shah's Cats.
with th«' Java her own wheel was
sucks the sap. It has, doubtless with the roots.
DYRPEPTICURO I All II"® T
money by succesful
will cure von of Dye- lj|f U L, fl | speculai ion In i’hicflgo We
Lovers of cats will be interested to
an eye to this age of germicide solu
It is not a bad plan to plant trees knocked to pieces by a shot. After the
pepsia. Indigestión, ■V II I 11 I bnv nnd ••♦•II wheat • n mar-
tions. rendered spraying an Infested along the roadside the whole length of Java was captur«*d we took her wheel know that the Shall of Persia surpasses
and stomach troubles • >
• gins. Fortunes base l>een
tree useless, because it has a scaly cov the farm.
and fitted it to th«' Constitution, and all other royal devotees in enthusiasm of all kinds. Price. 11. On receipt of same w»- made on a small beginning bv trading in fu
will deliver it atypur nearegi express office free tures. Write for fnll particulars. Best of ref
ering which remains on the bark of the
Nectarines and apricots can be nlthougli we tiling It as ugly as you do. for these particular animals. He has of charge.
erence given. Several veers’ experience on lha
tree or the skin of the fruit and which grown anywhere that the peach or w«' have kept it as a trophy."
no fewer than 50 of them, and they
Chicago Board of Trade, and a thorough know
ledge of the business. Send for our free refer
acta ns an armor against such weapons prune will thrive well.
An old woman whose husband was
ence book. DOWNING, HOPKINS
as washes. Fruit infested by the scale
Chicago Board of Trade Brokers. Offices in
Mulching prevents the early flow of
sap by preventing the ground from and saw tlie old lady. “I will send him goes away the cats go, too. carried by
soin«' medicine.” h«' said on leaving, men on horseback. The Queen does not
warming up too soon.
Government Seed Shop.
“which must lie taken In a recunilwnt care for cats, and the visitors to Wiml
Last spring tlie Department of Agri
posture." After he had gone the old «or Castle. Osborne or Balmoral (jee
culture distributed, at a cost of $130.-
e carry the mostcomplete line <>f Gymnasium
How to Restore Lost Manhood and
Keep the wagon well greased.
woman sat down, greatly puzzled. “The very few of them, except now and then
000, enough seeds of all kinds to plant
and A thletlc Goods on tne <’oast.
In the private npartments of residents.
an area of 355 square miles, or 227.200
SUITS A-»r> UNIFORMS MADE TO ORDER,
Thl. great work, plainly written by a high
ture!" she kept rep«'ating. "I haven't
bend for Our Athletic < ataiogua
acres. Now, if there were some way of
The Cap lol of Texas.
can be regained and obstacle, to marriage
Remember that you were once a boy got one." At last she thought, "I will
finding out just how many acres were
WILL & FINCK CO..
The State capitol of Texas is the larg
removed. It is a modern work for men who
go nnd sec If ol«l Mrs. Smith Ims got one
au.fer from nervous debility caused by over- 81R-A2O Market Mt.. San Francisco, Cat«
actually planted with these seeds, and yourself, unless you are a woman.
est State building In the 1'nlted States,
work, youthful indulgences or later excesses.
to lend me.” Accordingly she went nnd
hqw much the crop produced therefrom
and the seventh in size among the
It points out how to be cured of nervousness,
Fresh top-dressing of pastures is an
impotency. at tumt, without
worth in cash, we would probably iusult to stock if it is turned on them.
buildings of the world. It was paid for interfering with
cumbent posture to lend me to put some
have a better argument than we can
A new variety not suitable to your medicine in?” Mrs. Smith, who was with 3,000,000 acres of public lami,
Yields double the amount of any other grana
produce now In favor of knocking the soil and climate Is worse than an old,
deeded to the Chicago capitalists who
for hay or pasture. Will 'tand the dry season
equally ignorant ns her friend, replied: executed the work.
Government seed business on the head. inferior variety that is.
will be mailed free, in plain, sealed wrapper
and grows as vigorously in Hoptember as In
"I had one. but to tell you the truth I
to the<addreaa of any sincere Inquirer by the June. It grows on dry hills where nothing else
Many a musty old humbug haR been
will grow. It solves the problem of pasturage
"Mary had a little lamb," and her have lost it."
suffered to exist simply because It was
in the northwest country. Price 2br per pen nY
father sold It, but the money he got for
Address all orders to M. J. MH I ELDS,
Impossible to corral it with figures.
It did not pay for the injustice he did visited Constantinople, one day invited kins'—who Is Tompkins, a man or wom
Coqnelin the elder, who happened to be an?”
Fall Set Poets
“Got cheated in a farm machine that In Constantinople at the time, to give
"A woman, of course.”
It la not generally considered a good
“Why of course.”
time to set posts in the fall. No mat I bought of a farmer's supply bouse." a private recital on board of his yacht,
“It’s indorsed at the wrong end.”—
tor bow well the soil is compacted says a farmer. Buy of a reliable home lying In the Bosphorus. Coqnelin spoke
three of hl« monologue«. A few dan Cleveland Plain Dealer.
around them, rains will sink down In dealer next time. Read our ada.
Broken Down Men
BISE BILL GOODS ‘Ä!
me Enmons Hussion Braise Glass