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c h e m o .1 :
tlio ine. It
Jim b'on on
flowed dy tlio
of the ills,
clmrgo In sn
of tho cjre;
and tones tin
1'!ej In tin
by day O'
q rrciaatuVen.B wi'in lmncuwy .a tlio flnt
bIium. It I ft lympioin of Mrntnal wcftkncBS
and iWe nm" U can bo slopped in 10 days
Tho new dUcovcry wns roiuln by in oH wclM
UtSof tho ow fcuoM Hudson Modcal Initltut..
Uls the Jtiwrot 7 ttiJr i. It venr
Kiiuiug-i iirginuiug as it iti.
All my verses woro digressions from
ifHco work. Thoy canto without luvitn-
Ion, utmiaimcrcdly, in tho nature of
uiiijis, but thuy had tn cotno, and tho
vrltini? nut of thuiu kopt mo healthy
ml imitisrd. To tho Inwt of my reinom-
ir.iitco, lio osio tliun dlticovtircd thoir
jticvous oyuiciRin or thoir possirutstio
etidcney, and I was far too busy and
oo happy to talco thought about thoso
So thoy arrived merrily, bolng boru
int ot tho liKi about mo, and thoy woro
t'ety bad iudcud, and tlio Joy of doing
hum was payment a thousand timoa
thoir worth, Somu, ot course, camo aud
ran nway again, and tho cluur sorrow of
Koing in scaroli of thosn (out of ofllco
hours nun r.utoliimr tliimil wan nlinmt
bettor tiiau wilting thorn clear. Bad as
'hoy woro, 1 burned twico at many as
voro published, aud of tho survivors at
.oast two-thirds woro cut down at tho
last moment. Nothing can bo wholly
.icautiful that is not usoful, and there
oro my versos woro mado to oase ofT
ho perpetual Htrifo between tho tnana
:or extending his ndvertisomcuts and
ny chief lighting for Ills reading mat
er. Thoy were born to bo saorlflcod.
iluku-Diii, tho foromau of our sido, ap
iroved of thorn immensely, for ho was
! Moslem of culture Ho would say:
'Your poetry very good, sir. Just com
ing proper length today. You giving
moro soon? Ono-third column just prop-
jr. Always can taKo on tniru pago.
Rudyard Kipling in McCluro's Maga
lino. Munlo and llrtilgrs.
Tho majority of readers havo doubt
loss hoard t.uit it is pcuiblo to "flddlo
n btidgo down," or, in other words,
ilmf iiinuln will materially iniuro such
Urnotures. Persons who roally boliuvo
hut mudio will causo suoh vlbratlous
n a bridgo as to throw it from itsfoun
latiou piers, if kopt up for a sufllolout
.eiigth of time, cito tho fact that when
urinies aro niarohlng orders aro given
,o stop tho musio boforo tho troops roach
iho bridgo, ospoeially if tlio structuro bo
jno built on tho Huspousiou plan. But
this is not douo becauso thoro is any
danger to tho bridgo on acoouut of tho
vibrations cuusod by tho musio, but bo
uauso tho measured troad of n vast
uumbor of moil kooping stop would sub
ject tho structuro to a groator strain
i ban an irregular agitation. Tlio reason
of this is obvieus: Tlio bridgo suffers
least strain wlion nt rest Whon in uni
form motion throughout all its parts,
It acquires a momentum oqual to tho
entire suspended wolght multiplied by
tho velocity of such motion. This being
tho caso, it is clear that a uniform
downward vibration will soon roaoh tho
breaking strain, whilo tho sumo disturb
ing forces, noting irregularly, would
counteract each other to n cortain do
reo and thus bo far less trying. St.
On Way of Carry! n-rlleea Into tlie Cellar.
riucliiK the lllvei.
Tho tlino for putting bees into tho dol
lar varies of course with tho locality and
tho season, Wlit-never it tnrus cold,
with n fair proepeet of u continuance,
open up tho cellar uud procoed to action.
Botter directions cannot bo offered than
tho following plan, which tho well known
authority, A. I. Root, describes in bis
wntte11.rn-.7nwo we.. ;i?--,V,V-fV r&
"tllboiiimt to jrnfvcpf nil charges. ..
tnd for clreu'r.rund ttrtlrooU. Addrcu
I unction Stockton, .tinrUot A: lAUtSt,
San Vruuclnco. Cut.
fjJnTi 1 l
aJEtlM aMAWlMMM VV VT fJWIW lJBLaW imam Hw f, Hl.
SA1IM, (ErCOM.iU',,4 1't
n ff A iiwB H b a ! ai
tai m and fecit Era
i - --- ' f. inl ml,
TV : v T -
&T ,w W'j' -'
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Caked & Inflamed Udders.
3ruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sora.
Scalds, . ,s r
Ml Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
" H Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissu
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Unlnient conquer
.ikes' run or !ut well
wltboutdelay HAMIT;rON 4 woxn
Taking mankind at largo, perhaps
wo sliould llnd them accounting for tho
phenomena of linturo qulto 11a much
from tliolr rcoiings as irom iuunu.
Minds of tho moat practical bout aro
often tho most servilo bIiivos of preju
dice Tho attitude of tho Moliammo
dan mind toward motlorn solontiflo in
quiry Is shown by a littlo oolloquy be
tween an Algerian Kabylo and an Eng-
tl.,1. nllot nilm rnnnrta tho OOUVOrSatlOU.
On ono occasion a group 01 ivuuyu
was standing around whon I nbruptly
loft off -working and began gathorlng
my palntiug traps togotnor, "ior, miiu
I, "I oo tho wind Is blowing the clouds
In this direction. It will ralu."
"Tho wind does not push tlio ciouus,
said 0110. "You can sco thorn moving
lu different directions at thu same
"But surely," said I, "youoanper
oolve any day that It is tho wind that
"Docs tho wind inovo tho suu?" said
"No, of courso it doesn't."
h-j,i oni.i tn im Him. 'Movo always
In ono direction, ' and to tho olouds ho
..1.1 irntu nlmnt nit ran nloaso.'
9II1U, vi"""""---i- ll
"Is not that sor" mm no, appcaiuiB
to his companions. Youth's Compan-
. t 1. .r.leminrv is r08T)OUSlblO
for this cannibal story from Africa.
Cortain tribes living on tho banks of
tho Ubango cko out a monotonous vego
tablo diet by joints of human flosh, and
slaves wo especially fattened up for salo
In tho local maritofc io uTuYf Vil
followed by dealers is to exhibit tho
slavo alive, marking off with a plooo of
chalk tho various Allot and cutlets or
dcrod by their m' mum. Tho slave s
L 1.111' .1 ....xi !. luaf tmund of mm IB
sold, aud then ho Is cut up and distrib
uted according to onion. Tlio prios t, a
certain Father Allaire, was foolishly
shocked at Oils economio praotloo, but
he was ovldcutly circumspect In oxprow
Ing his feelings upon tho subject when
on tho banks of tho Ubango. Possibly
it occurred to him that tho cannibals
miKht havo regarded French missionary
as an agrooablo and wholesomo cliango
of diet, and under such clreumstancca
who would not no circumai...'
FreneUman Take th Uowlue.
The unexpected defeat of a London
rowing club eight on the Bd astau-
""rvf ,1 .- iii- MWnm. and as a con-
sptniamio -"-.. . .
sequenco or r - . tta
challenge cup 'K"'-'"- blots
lengecnp .fours ,, u JB --.-, p
toV f.V,r.3 ta the Tdbmond
Sta A Oiadtan cnller has also sent
to en 'cntnr forthe last named event, so
StSTegatta.wldchU fixed for 0
first Wedneay, -in uT' "JT par
W July, promises . tUi 1 year -to bo pax-
the auastcr ou v"
London Jivra. t
CAIUITINO BEE3 AVITn 1I1V1S CAIUUER3.
A. B. 0. of Bco Culture. Ho says: First
wtfti n wrflwilrlvfr nr polil nbtoel WO iro
around to each hive, puff a littlo smoko
In at tho outranco and pry tho body
looso from tho bottom board, as It will
always bo stuck down with propolis. It
may yield with a littlo snop, and it will
bo necessary to uso n littlo smoko to
make tho bees bonave. 'ino bottom
boards all loosened, with an assistant
and a conplo of lilvo carriers wo proceed
to carry tho bees Into tho cellar.
It Is to bo observed that our hive car
riers aio simply a conplo of lengths of
wire beirt In tho shapo of n lottor V, an
ordinary wooden pall handlo being slip
ped through to tho tnlddlo of tho wire.
Both ends are bent down in tho shape
shown in tho cut lu tho enlarged vlow.
Tho ends aro then bont in tho form of a
hook so us to catch on tho bottom boaru.
Now, then, to pick up tho hives nnd
cany them into tho collar wo lift the
frout end ot tlio bottom uoam up n hi
tloand slip tho hooks of tho hivo car
rier nndcr. In llko mannor wo catch
the rein ond of tho bottom board, whon
tho hivo la picked up as shown In the
cut, bottom board mid all. Wo then
proceed to tho cellar nnd deposit the
hivo near tho placo where It is supposed
to stay through the winter, Along on
two sides of tho collar wo havo previous
ly laid scpnilhig, fay, 11 or 15 Inches
apart, dctKiu'iirg "f courso upon the
length or motive, women picu mt
hivo jnst brought in up by tho hand
holes, lift it eff ita IkMoumuuI lay it at
ono ond on top of the Fcantllng and lay
tho bottom board in ono corner of tho
In llko manner wo bring In anothor
nnlnnv lift, f I: iff Old l.OttOm bollWl Olid
doposit it by tho t.idoof tho other colony,
leaving 4 inche.i lntwcw, mid so on. We
bring in othor colonics until tno scani
lings nro covered vith hives 4 inches
upart. Wo nro now ready to commenco
another tier on top. Tho next Jiivo that
Is brought Is piled on top of two others
In such a way Hint tho bottom covers tho
spaco betweon two hlvts below, and so on
wo pllo tho rows of tho hives. Tho next
tier is followed up in tho same manner,
until wo havo threo or moro tiers high,
each hivo placed over tho Intervening
space between tho two below.
Cnstorla la Dr. Sniuuol Pltclicr's prescription for Intents
nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor
othor Narcotic substance. It Is ft harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is ricasant. Its guarantee; Is thirty ycnrs uso by
Millions of Brothers. Castorla destroys Worms nnd allays
fcvorlshncss. Castorla provonts vomiting Sour Curd,
euros Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castorla relievos
teething troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy nnd natural Bleep. Cas
iorla is tho Children's Panacea-tho Mother's Friend.
.Wmhvl. 8. -."
OURHPRIOES lORGENDKONS ARENAS FOLLOW Sjj
No. 10 80 co&h.R Specials 90 fiwh
a t mmmmm flusin
"Caitorla is on cxctllenl tnedldne for chil
dren. Mother have repc utedljr told me of Ita
good effect upon their children."
Dr. O. C. Osoood,
CnilotU U the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is not
fr distant when mothers will consider the
teal Interest of their children, nnd use Castorla
Instead of the various quaclc nostrums wincn
are destroying their loved ones, hy forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup aud other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
g ending than to premature graves,".
1)R. J. lf. KlNCIIBLOIl,
" Castorla Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to me." . m n
II, A. Archbb, m. v.,
Ill Bo. Oxlord Bt., Brooklyn, N. Y.
' Our physldans In the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their expetl-
AnM. im ihii miiaide tiraciice wii wwwu,
nud although we only have anion our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castorla has won u to look with
favor upon It."
United Hosmtaj, ako DirnntAY,
ALLKN C Surril, Prtt.
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTEE' 'O THE CITY.
The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New Vark City.
t THE BUFFET CAR .BOUTJU
N0gTAtfvThe Shortest and Quickest Line
. . . ...... . ti
Reduced rutcfl. MunaBomeut liberal. Klcotrlo cara icavo uotw ror ait P";;t
llo rjitlldltiifa anil volnta of interest, njiromt rati, win uw given i j-!--,
A.. I. WAGNER. (
if . j
BARR & PETZEL, J
Hop Stove and Pip.;
TVOOD AND IRON PUMPS.
Plumbing nnd Tinning t Sco ua boforo ordering.
i5l4 uommorcini otreuii.
Pacific Coast Points,
St. Paul and the East.
CroMMtioOi the Cascade, nud tUo llook, MounUIn; to ayMM, snorting rwiengera Jtha
Grandest Scenery in America !
Two train dnlly trom I'ortlandj one at 11 n, "( v Mdona at MSP. J)rft,i
A N.and Hpoknuo. Kuns suerU cqulpmont, wnjallng of dining ear. J)nlJ";,EFVrganco
pa.ao, nnd'uphul.tercd uiiirlat sleeping ojirs. The bullH llbwry K0fBrnKSu
I, C. GOODALE,
COBURG LUMBER YARDj
TWELFTH STREET, NEAR DEPOT1 ,
All grades and dlmonelouB of Buldlng
orloi. ' ""',
-Hon." Mucklnna l.land. Detro t. Olevelend and Hurfnlo In connswon whuisutoi owiu
(113 Front it. Boattte, Wft-li.
210 COMMEROIAL STREET,
A. 11. O. WKNNIrVt'ON, . P.4 T. A,
m Tntrd it., lMrtland, Or,
Road Machinery and Agriculturalllmplements,
-r -i... t, riArwia and Trfiweat Frlee.
,., , e,.,. r,. S"t . SALEM' OREGON ?
Tt, UUli uw - .-...
As wsix icta
BHHHH Hl L.MsaasBaawnBi
26c A MONTH
AnJUNOEMENT Of 1IIVE8 IN THE CEIXAH.
Tho United States lias o lowur per
centago of blind pooplo than any
other cotintry in tbo world
a little now ond then
iu removlnff ofTeud
Intr matter irom me
elomocU and bowels
and you thereby
avoid a ninltitude
of distressing dc
raiiReiuents ond ills,
eases, and will have
less frequent need
of your doctor's
Of all known
agent for this pur-
tui.i I jr. i'icilc
Pleasant Pellets ate
the beat. Onco
used, tUey aro al
wnva In favor.
Their aecoudary ef.
feet l to keep the
bowels open and
regular, not to fur
titer constipate, as
la 11, a nam with
other pills. Hence, their great popularity
wWfferera from habitual cousWion,
piles ana tneir auenuBm """',v:r;ruT.,i
requtrea jw "-, l ,;-- .;
Z,tui P odu-no vbfwmjf orVhock
to the ayteni. They act In a mild easy and
natural way and there is no reaction after-
ward. Their help lain. .
The 1'eHets care uuioiuness, ic. u
blllou- headache, diwlness, cotlyeness, or
constipation, sour siouiacu, iu..v. -,,...,
coawi tongue, ldlgt.tion, or dyspepsia
wlndv belcnings, -umiiuui'i .?" -
distress after citing, and kindred L derange,
ments of the liver, stomach and bowcis.
In oroof or tuetr superior c.i".v, -
adopted "i household remedy.fter t he
first trial" Put up In scaled, glass vials,
therefore Talways fresh and reliable. One
little "Pellet" Is a laxative, two are nildy
cathartic A a "dinner pill." to promote
jt'".:i . in inn- distress from over-
eating, take one aftcF dinner. Tber are
tiny" sugarioated granules; any child will
. ..1... nn ...tvctimti. that may be reconi.
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