SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
—Six or eight tons of cast iron can
he made into steel In twenty minutes
tongue is greater than ho who
ruloth a city. She is also scarcer.—A r . i
—It has been estimated that after a I <I
by one operation.
—The woman who can control her
lapse of ten million years the atm can
not give out sufficient heat to support
life on earth.
—The fabric known as Chinese grass- '
cloth is made from tho fiber of nettles.
The cloth is peculiarly glossy and trans
parent, and as bolting for machinery
has double tho strength of leather.
—Two substitutes for tho high priced
gum arable—one from fiax-sood and the
other from starch—arc expected to
serve all purposos for which the genu
ine gum is used.
—Without taking into account tho
small variations due to refraction, etc.,
the days and nights are always of oqual
length at all points on the equator,
without regard to tho position of tho
Steel is iron with from one-hnlf to
two per cent of carbon. It was former
ly prepared by heating wrought iron
with carbon till it took up the proper
quantity. It is now made on a largo scalo
by tho Bossoinor process of burning
out tho carbon and silicon of cast-iron
by forcing a blast of air through tho
—Additional experiments have been
mnde, and with good succoss, with the
new French method of coating pipes
with cork. A layer of cork is first em
ployed, asbestos coming next, and
finally another layer of cork. The tem
perature insido tho pipes was some
400° Cent., and after 360 hours tho
temperature of the outer surface of the
coating was found to have only risen to
35 0 .
—Dr. Julius Pohlman thinks the
reason why our tooth decay so fast is
because we do not use them enough,
and, like other organs that aro not ex
ercised, they tend to atrophy. Our
toeth become weak because unused to
hard work. The author warns mothers
and nurses not to give children Boft
food if they would have thorn have
good teeth ; in other words, make them
eat their crusts.
—A French experimenter, utilizing
tho power generated simply by the
heat of tho sun, has succeeded in rais
ing 2,500 quarts of water in an hour
from a depth of (wonty foot. Extrava
gant hopes have been entertainod that
in the future tho energy from this
source may be so brought under con
trol that many of tho present mothods
of obtaining power may be done away
—A recent writer makes a strong
plea for simplicity in tho terminology
of science. The late eminent chemist,
M. Mumas, is reported to have said
that the complexity and uncouthnoss of
modern ohemical nomomclature were
something gigantic, and that he found
it Impossible to koep pace with all the
now theories and verbal alterations
that woro flooding his favorite science.
—An interesting development in
photography is In tho use of clockwork
in printing from negatives. By thl^
means a continuous web of sensitized
paper is drawn at suitable intervals
under a negative exposed to a source
of light. After printing tho paper is
drawn, still by the mechanism, through
"washer," "toner" and "fixer" succes
sively; and appears finally as a series
of finished pictures ready for mount
ing, and all alike in exposure, color
Why Clillilreii Should Be Made to Do
Work Suitable for Their ,1**.
If possible, parents, teach your chil
dren to do work suitable aud proper
for their age. If a mistake is made,
do not reprove them sternly. Kindly
point it out. if unnoticed, and allow
them to undo or correct it, if it is in
their power. Mothers aro often so
hurried and worried with work and the
care of children, that they feel or think
they have no time to teach them to
cut out simplo articles, or to do sew
ing, knitting, etc. The oldest daughter
is usually taught those useful arts as
early as her sixth year. There seems to
bo time to i us tract her, as the wants of
those younger do not yet need atten
tion in that way. Tho oldest son, too,
is early caltod to help about work.
Younger sisters wait on tho little
ones, and often spend tho rest of
their time in play. Kocreution Is nocos
sary, but if kopt up too long, fatigue
is tho result. Boys and girls, whose
homo is on a farm have peculiar ad
vantages for learning to do work suited
to their capacity. Tho well-kept dis
trict schools of tho country are ploas
ant places in which to gain knowledge.
Tho long walks to and from school,
with fields of grain and orchards bor
dering on tho road, have charms for
hoalthy, happy children. After sup
per, when the evening work is done,
tho lamps are lighted, and lessons
studied. Reading and play have a
share of thoir attention also. With
all these, time oan bo taken for need
ful instruction in needlework, etc., for
girls. Be determined in this matter,
dear mothers. See to it that every
piece of work assigned to each is fin
ished by herself, and within a reason
able time. Never allow a child to say:
"O, it's no matter when I finish this,"
or, "Any time, will do." Theso arc
dangerous expressions for young or old
to use, as they help to form the habit
of putting off until to-morrow the work
Strive to inspire your children with
self-respoot by your sensible example
and advice, and they will respect and
honor you in return. — Rural New
—The destruction of forests has pro
ceeded so rapidly in Prussia of late
years that the Government has passed
a law protecting timber. It was found
that the climate in many districts was
changing, and rivers and lakes were
becoming shallow in consequence of
the wholesale cutting away of woods.
—The Government ornithologist at
Washington estimates that the surplus
la the United States treasury wouid
Dot suffice to pay the bounty for exter
mina' tng the English sparrows In Hew
—A law prohibiting the distillation
Hquor goes against the grain in the
—Mr. Softliiigii "What, in your
opinion, is the limit to love?
Hardy "Matrimony. ' Life.
<I uit poking yet?" Second Lady (just
returned from the far West)—"Well,
he ought to by this time; ho has been
dead six months.''
First Lady—"lias your husband ;
—"What was the text this morning, !
.Tohn?" inquired a druggist's wife who
had boon unablo to attend church. "To
—Professional gamblers have a great
many superstitions. One of tho most
practical is that if they deal tho cards
themselves they have a much better
chance to win.— Somerville Journal.
err is human," replied the arsenic ex
pert; "and it was aînighty sensible ser
mon."— N. Y. Sun.
—Tiino was when the college profes
sors used to box tho oars of refractory
froshmon. Thej; would have to take a
four years' course in sparring boforo
they could do it now .—Burlington Free
—President—"Yes, Mr. Snapper, tho
faculty have decided that you have
broken tho rules, and thoro is no course
for us but to suspend you.'
"H'm; how about suspending tho
rules ."—New Haven News.
—Miss Pounder (who has boon having
a wrestling match with the koyboard of
the piano)—"Have you a sensitive mu
sical ear, Mr. Tympanum?" Mr. T.
(more candid than polite)—"Yes, I am
sorry to'say I have ."—Boston Budget.
—A physician has discovered that
the oldor a man grows the smaller his
brain becomes. This explains why the
young men know ovory thing and tho
old men know nothing .—The Sturdy
—A Colorado judge has decided that
a man is in duty bound to tell his wife
where he spends his evenings when
away from home. It would save many
a man trouble if he would do just that
without any order of tho court.
—Seaside hotel proprietor (to sear
serpent in search of an engagement)—
"No, I don't think I shall have any use
for you this season; 1 'vo got the promise
of a society actress, two bogus lords, a
political convention, and a scandal in
high life, and my bill of attractions is
about full."— Life.
—"Do you know if Brown is a man
of ability, Dtunloy?" "I don't know
any thing about Brown, or his ability
either, and don't want to know. He
refused to lend me twenty-flvo dollars
six months ago. and I haven't noticed
financial ability, Dumley.
"He seems to bo a man of
—First Trump—"If I had my way
I'd have 365 national holidays in this
Second Tramp—"You would,
eh? And then thoro would bo ono
working day in every four years. O,
you are a nice ono, you are! You
would malte a galley slave of tho poor
laboring man, wouldn't you ?"—Texas
—"Why can not women make good
lawyors?" asks an exchange,
never gavo the subject much thought,
but wo supposo It is bocauso they can't
sit on tho small of thoir backs, pile
thoir feet on a table, spit half way
across a room in a box full of sawdust,
and charge f 16 a minute for it. Thoro
may bo some minor reasons, in addi
tion, but these appear to us to be tho
principal obstacles in tho way of her
success at tho bar.— Burdi tie.
Jnltan llsn-thornc Kxplslna Why It Does
Not Fay to Write Hooka.
We may talk about tho hardships of
American literature (having assumed,
for tho sake of argument, that such a
thing exists), but what would be tho
state of that alleged literature if there
had been no American magazines?
Supposo I, as an American author,
write a novel, and arrange with a pub
lisher to bring it out at tho price of $1
a volume, or 50 cents paper. If he
has confidence in tho book, tho first
edition will be 1,000 copies; my share
of tho proceeds on tho ordinary 10 per
cent basis is $ 100 , payable at tho ond
of the year. If I livo by my pen I
must subsist during that year on noth
ing at all, ami when I get my $100 l
must pay out of it my debts for that
last year, and probably my present
funeral expenses, for who can livo 011
35 cents a day, even if he were not
obliged to starve to death before lie
could enter upon tho enjoyment of that
princely income? But let us bo ex
travagant and utopian—lot us say that
my edition is 6,000 copies, instoad of
1,000. In that caso—which porhaps
occurs as often as onoe in a thousand
times—my reward amounts to tho sum
of no less than $5(X)— assuming, of
course, what is never tho fact, that all
tho copies sold aro in tho dollar cloth
form, and none in tho 50 cents paper.
Five hundred dollars a year for a suc
cessful novol! How many of our
authors make twico that? How many
ten times as much? How many twenty
times as much? I will engage to
ontertain at dinner, at a round table
five foet in diameter, all the American
novelists who make more than $ 1,000 a
year out of tho royalty on any ono of
their novels, and to givo thorn all they
want to eat and drink, and threo of tho
best cigars apiece afterwards, and a
hack to take them homo in; and I will
agree to forfeit $1,000 to tho Home for
Imbeciles if $25 does not liquidate the
bill and leave enough over to buy a
cloth copy of each of the works in
question, with tho author's autograph
on tho fly-leaf. Ono hack would be
sufficient, and would allow of thoir
putting up their feet on the «ont in
front of them. Julian Hawthorne, in
—If one i« not on one's guard, low
ered fortunes may lead to basonoss of
—The days of December are shorter
than those of August; but you can
never make a schoolboy believe or feel
— There are ppoplo In this world
who love to suffer for tlw ploasuro
they derive in moaning .—Philadelphia
—Truth is tho most poworful thing
In the world, since fiction eau only
pleaac by its resemblance to It.— Shafles -
THE TIUMEN PRISON.
Description of s Forwarding fltnti
The Tluraon prison was originally
built to hold 500 prisoners, but was
subsequently enlarged by means of de
; tachod barracks so that it could accom
modate H00. On the day of our visit,
as we woro informed by a small black
board hanging beside the office door, it
contained 1,741. As wo approached the
entrance we woro stopped by an armed
sentry, who, upon being informed that
we desired admittance, shouted through
a square port-holo in the heavy gate,
i "Star-she-e-e!" (the usual call for the
! officer of the day). A corporal or ser
géant with a saber at his side and a
Colt's revolver in a holster on his hip,
answered the summons, carried our
note to tike warden, and in a moment
we worn admitted to tho prison yard.
Fifty or sixty exiles and convict» wore
walking aimlessly back and forth in
front of tho main prison building, or
sitting idly ingroups here and thoroon
the ground. They woro all dressed
from head to foot in a costume of gray,
consisting of a visorless Scotch cap, a
shirt and trousers of coarse homespun
linon, ami a long gray overcoat with
ono or two diamond-shaped patches of
black or yellow cloth sewn upon tho
back between tho shoulders. Nearly
all of thorn woro leg-fetters, and tho air
was filled with a peculiar clinking of
chains which suggested the continuous
jingling of innumerable bunehos of
The first "kamera" or coll that we
entered was situatod in a one-story log
barrack standing against tho wall on
the left of tho gate, and built evidently
to reçoive tho overflow from the
crowded main building. Tho room
was about 35 foet in length by 26 in
width and 12 feet high; Its walls of
hewn logs woro covered with dirty
whitewash; its rough plank floor was
black with dried mud and hard-trodden
filth; and it was lighted with three
grated windows looking out into tho
prison yard. Down the center of the
room, and occupying about half its
width, ran tho sleoplng-beneh—a
woodon platform 12 feet wide and 30
foot long, supported, at a height of 2
foet from the floor, by Btout posts.
Each longitudinal half of this low
platform sloped a little, roof-wise, from
tho center, so that when tho prisoners
slept upon it in two closoly paekod
transverse rows, their headB in the
middle ware a fow inehos higher than
their feet at the edges. These sleep
ing platforms are known as "naros,"
and a Siberian prison contains no othor
furniture oxcopt a large wooden tub
for excrement. The prisoners have
neither pillows, blankets, nor bod
clothing, and must lie on these hard
plank nares, with no covering but thoir
overcoats. As wo entorod tho coll, tho
convicts, with a suddon jingling of
chains, sprang to thoir feet, and stood
silently in a dense throng around the
nares. "Hdrastvuitul rebiata!" ["How
do you do, boys!"] said the warden.
"Zd ravie zhelaiom vasha vwlsoki blag
arodio" ["Wo wish you health, your
high nobility"], shouted a hundred
voices in a boarso chorus. "The
prison," said tho warden, "Is terribly
ovor-orowdod. This cell, for exumple,
is only 35 foet long by 26 wide, and lias
sir space for 35, or at most 40 mon.
How many men slept here hist night?"
lie inquired, turning to the prisoners.
"A hundred and sixty, your high
nobility," shouted half a dozen hoarse
voices —Ocorrje Kennan, in Century.
Some Triplet Maxims.
Throo things to love—courage, gen
Threo things to admire—intellect,
dignity and gracefulness.
Throe things to hato—cruelty, arro
gance anti ingratitude.
Threo things to dolight in—beauty,
frankness und freedom.
Threo things to wish for—health,
friends and a contented spirit.
Threo things to liko—cordiality, good
hum tr and cheerfulness.
Three things to avoid—idleness, lo
quacity and P ip pant jesting.
Throe things to cultivate—good
books, good friends and good humor.
Three things to contend for—honor,
country and friends.
Threo things to teach—truth, in
dustry and contentment.
Threo things to govorn—temper,
tongue and conduct.
Throe things to cherish—virtue,
goodness and wisdom.
Throe things to do—think, live and
act.— Farm. Field and Stockman.
—Culture ts spreading,
day a young lady of Texarkana, Tox.,
bought herself half a dozen big trunks
full of finery, had them shipped to hor
address at a leading girl's college up
North, and sent tho bills to her fond
father, who is a man of worth and sub
stance, along with a telegram that she
herself hod taken the train for school,
as she was "bound to have a fine edu
—Another 1804 dollar, and evidently
the ono whoso whereabouts so long
puzzled numismatics, has been heard
from. The coin is in tho possession of
a Pawtucket, K. I., woman, who was
given it by her father in 1820 on her
eighteenth birthday. He received tho
dollar as part payment for services in
the war of 1812, and in presenting it
to tho present owner instructed her
never to part with It.
—A Port Huron, Mich., woman who
is rather restless as to how business
may be later in the season, has bought
her coffin at a quarter-off sale and ts
' now overseeing tho construction of
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e constipation, liver
—It was not Goethe who said that
you cun always tell the roan who has
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Goethe was a brilliant philosopher,
but there was some things he forgot to
•»» until it was too late.- *"
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Debility. Wanting of Bexiiul Btrength, etc., cured
and re*tored to hoa'.t hy vigor.
N. B. rcr*on* unable to vi*it u* may be treated
at tneir honie*. by correspondence. Medicine* an«*
by mail or expre««. Consultaticu.
iree. Bend 4 cents Inetampsluf i hr Young Mau'i
friend or Guide to Wadlock.
WEAK, NERVOUS PEOPLE.
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THE GREAT HEALER.
Cure» Cut». Sores, Salt Khsum, Boll»
Pimple«. Felons. Skin Diseases, and al
ailments for which a salve is suitable. Foi
taking out soreness and healing H acte
like metric. 25 rents a box. at all druggists.
, ist Premium». 26,000 ln —,
20 years Entablished. Now
_ m - . „ _ patented Steel Tuning De
vice, hi use In no other Plano, by which our Pianos
stand In tune 20 years, good for 100 ; not affected
by climate* No wood to split, break, swell, shrink,
crack, decay, or wear out ; we guarantee it. Ele
gant Roeewood Cases, 8 »trings, double reitesting
action; flneA Ivory koys; the Famous ANTIBELL.
Call er write for Catalogue, free. T. M. ANTISKLl
PIANO CO., Manufacturer^ Odd Fellows'Hall,
ket and Seventh Street«, San Francisco.
C. H. STREET & CO.,
Succcaaers to the'IMMIGRATION ASSOCIA
TION ÔF CALI KO UN I A,
415 Montgomery St, S. F., Cal.
We are offering the following in 20, 40, 80 01
160 acre Farms:
Itoaent hal < ol.n> ,Ti t ama Colony, Il.tMHi
Monte Vista *' Shatu l.SOf
« reen wood
" Kern "
" San Lula Obiapo
" Tulare 1
Other lands for general farming, fruit growing
or stock raising. _
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a home cm easy terms in the country, whil.
retaining your present residence, position an<
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out a houee, on the installment plan in one o'
OUI . colonies; we will plant the same to yom
order w ith fruit trees or raisin graoe* and w ill
keep it In good condition until full hearing,
with or without irrigation; those lands lie nor<T
or south of San Francisco, in the coast or In
lerior counties, near or distant from railroad or
town and vary in price. C. H. STREET 8c
CO., successors to the Immigration Associa
lion of California. 415 Mon
.Send for particulars anti
KRMAN ASTHMA CURE
the most violent attack, and
le sloep. POWA1TUU&.BB.
by iuhidatino, its
id certain* and
Terras have been arrauged for a railroad lu !
Hlam from Bangkok to Zlmine.
CAN A MAN SWALLOW A CANON BALL
Well, "that de|tends." He ran If his throat is
large enough and the cauon-latll not too large. J
The qu<*tlou really seeius worthy of some eon
sidération in view of the size of some of the ;
pills that are prearrlhtol for suffering humanity, j
Why not throw then» "to the dogs," and take Dr. i
Pierce's Pleasànt Purgative Pellets? Small, I -
sugar-roated, purely vegetable, j**rfeojly liarin- [
less, in glass, aud always fresh.
An electric railway is in ojicratioii at Carbon-I
DON'T YOU KNOW
that yon cannot afford to neglect that catarrh?
don't you know that it may lead to consump
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that it can la' easily cured? Don't you know
that while the thousand and one nostrums you
have tried have utterly failed Hist Dr. Sage's
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the test of years, and there are hundreds of,
thousands of grateful meu and women in all
parts of the country who can testify to its olli
racy. All druggists. *
Boston is to have
zoological garden aud
\ LiOl.DKM OFrtlKTI'MITY.
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FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
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Investment small, profits
large. Rend SOo for mailing
large illustrated Catalogue
with full particulars. Man
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Be ihn thaï there le e picture of a Cow on your package and you will hare
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pound cured my nerv
Mrs. L. A. Brbwtnbm,
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Are Diamond Dyes. They excel all others
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are just as good. Beware of imitations—they
made of cheap and inferior materials and
give poor, weak, crocky colors.
36 colors i xo cents each.
Rend postal for Dye Book, Sample Card, directions
lor coloring Photo»., making the finest Ink or Bluing
(10 cu. a quart),
WELLS. RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, lit.
"After uiing si
ties of Paine s Celery
Compound, I am cured
South Cornish, N. H
"It has done
good for kidney disease
than any other medi
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Sioux City, Iowa.
. Sold Ly L)ruggists or by
"Paine'* Celery Com
pound has been of great
benefit for torpid liver,
indigestion, and bilious
ness " Elizabeth C.
Udali., Quechec, Vt
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Foot of Morrlsoa fttrret,
General Agent for the
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IN THE WORLD.
I esp» C ally request tho e contemplating purchasing either an Engine or Thresher
n»xt season to look up the record of the ADVANCE.
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I also deal in Laundry Machinery, Marine Engines. All kinds of
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nurwm XhssmatUm, Neuralgia, Sciat
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Sold by Druggist» and Dealer» Everywhere.
rot mtomii amp au
wr DmcftM or Ornerai Pealor seitt pri F kr»
\ firr f mu if not already in eteck, or it uiO be
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pe. Sem p le amt on receipt y %rmt stamp.
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a GLADDING,MoBEAN & CO.
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H/ 1 1358-1360 MARKET ST. S. F. J
' ^ MANUFACTORY at LINCOLN CAL.
Pianos; Rurdett Organa, band Instruments. Lmshs*
•took of Sheet Music and Kooks. Bends supplied st
PrlOHj^ MATTHIAÄ «RAY GO. W Post
Jock'S Day. Samptea wsrth ft.SO, FREE,
i Lines not unilar the boiseafoat Writs Basw.
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