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Scientific Home Lessons in Paint -ing and Drawing- [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Scientific Home Lessons in Painting and Drawing- ( Copyrighted , 1 S 9 S , by Meribah E . ; Williams Walker . All rights reserved . ) LESSON V . —CRAYON SKETCHESi FROM NATURE . T HROUGH a window or sketching glass on which the horizon line is marked , direct the eye toward a central point , on the true horizon : Three points used in perspective are thus determined , as follows : : ( 1 . ) The point of sight is the eye of the observer , or . the point from which the . observation is supposed to be made . It is always on a level with the horizon . ( 2 . ) The center of vision is the point toward which the eye is directed . . In landscapes it is the point ^ on the horizon toward which the eye is directed . ( 3 . ) The corresponding point on the perspective plane is also called the center of vision . By some , however , it is called the point of sight , because the line of sight pierces the perspective plane at that point . In landscape drawing the center of vision is usually at or near...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
RyeFsj i Hair $ vigor I What does it do ? It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active , making the hair soft and glossy , precisely as nature intended . It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness . It makes a better circulation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out . lt Prevents and it cores Baldness Ayer s Hair Vigor will mk surely make hair grow on fl y bald heads , provided only Wf there is any life remainB ing in the hair bulbs . It restores color to gray or white hair . It does not do this in a moment , as I will a hair dye ; but in a H short time the gray color I of age gradually disappears arid the darker color I of youth takes its place . I Would you like a copy Utf of our book on the Hair W and Scalp ? It is free . m _ W _\ It you do not obtain all the benefits HB you expected from the use of the Vigor lilgtmm write the Doctor about It . M Address , DR . J . C . AYER , •• ¦ » ¦ _ Lowell , Masa .
. » ' » — IsTew Patterns ' [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
. » » — IsTew Patterns to obtain any of these patterns All out pattern coupon on another page , giving name address and number and size of pattern wanted and send to pattern department , National Sural enclosing ten cents for each pattern . LADIES BASQUE , HAVING EXTRA UNDER ARBI GORE IN LARGE SIZES , 75 S 3 . Steel grey broadcloth is here stylishly made up with , an applied vest portion of black suinure over white satin , the closing ¦ In center front bdng accomplished with small ° round crystal b , aGuipure lace employed in this way over some bright color or white , is a feature of the ft eomingstyles that is decidedly becomin g to worn en of full proportions . Other basques In tTs style have the vest covered w a li „ l h » , scroll . or vervlcllll design , or brocaded sat S S . „ silk are sometimes used as n simpler and iP « S fe lnethod «&gt;«» ther ofXVoremc . n * n , T ! nf . ba ? 1 e - , vhI : G generally becoming , is especially designed to meet the requirements or s...
Bearing the Conseauences [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Bearing the Conseauences f ^ T DECLARE , Walter , you grow more I careless every day , said Mabel - . ¦ - *¦ Dewey in- a tone of vexation . Two hours previously she had . sent a note to one of her friends , and the faithless messenger had just returned without bringing the zephyr she wanted . Well ; I couldnt help it , * said the offender . I went to see Clarence s pigeons first , and when I thought about the note Miss Nannie had gone driving , and Mrs . Forbes couldnt find , the stuff you wanted . Walter-threw himself into : the hammock with an air of careless indifference that was very ¦ exasperating , under the circumstances . • You might have remembered if you had tried , said his sister , reprovingly . It is so provoking . ; .- - I cant help forgetting things any more than you can help remeinbering them , said Walter , tartly . I heard you say this very morning that you were sorry you remembered where father s gloves were , ne concluded triumphantly . Mabel smiled in spite of h...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
IALIENT LungBalsam J X 1 r &gt; I Is composed of the jUon t active principles of Z M Qelayto Boots and frante , 7 ^ ~ L , which are chemi- \\ Cure XJ / tai caUy extracted so as Z PflllPU to retain all their 7 *** ** Wtl medical qualities . v . . , LIJJ Its action is expec- Z m ALLENS torant , causing the 7 7 fc * w lungs to throw off h 7 I linn the phlegm or mu-Z Uj LUIIjL cus , changes the se- _ } 7 n i cretions . purifies I KSIlQSIITI thfibIood &gt; teals the Z L UniOUllll inflamed and irri- 1 7 . —¦ tated membrane , gives tone to the digestive organs , and Z £ imparts strength to the whole sys7 tern . Such is the immediate and satisfactory effect , that it is warranted Z t to break up the most distressing 7 cough ; It contains no opium . For H sale by all druggists . / 4 THREE SIZES . Z 9 25 c , 50 c , and $ 1 . 00 . 2 RsBs ^ j ^ s * BN-f *« sjB &gt;« as « sn \ aN /
Familiar Bible Quotations [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Familiar Bible Quotations i-r HE answers to the four illustrated Bible 1 quotations given . in the December number , for which prize books were offered for first five correct lists of quotations , are as follows : ,. , ,, l . -The very hairs of your head are all numbered . —Matt 10 , 30 . . 2 . It . is hard for thee to kick against the pricks . 4-Acts 9 , 5 . ¦ ,.,,.. 3 . When thou doest alms , let not thy left hand know what thy : right hand doeth . — Matthew . 6 , 3 . , . , _ 4 . Heap coals of fire on his head . — Romans 12 , 20 . . .. , No correct list of answers was . received , so books will be sent to the senders of five best lists , as follows : Mrs . Chas . E . Bird , Toledo , 111 . ; Mrs . B . F . Crosby , Colville , Wash . ; Amy W . Hughes , - Edgar , Neb . ; S . S . Smith , Carey , Ohio ; Bessie Moffet , Tisdale , Kan . &gt; »»
James Bird ; [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
James Bird ; IN answer , to a recent request of a subscriber , A . L . White , Merrill , Wis ., sends the following poem : . JAMES BIRD . Sons of freedom listen to me And ye daughters , too ; give ear , For a sad-and mournful story As e er was told you now shall hear . Hull , you know ,, our troops surrendered , And defenseless left the West , Then our forces quick assembled , The invader to resist . . Jlongst the troops vhich marched to Erie Were the Kingston Volunteers , Captain Thomas then commander ,.- • To . protect our , west frontiers . Tender were the scenes of parting . Mothers wrung their hanas and cried ; Maidens wept their swains in secret , Fathers strove their tears to hide . But there s one among their number , Tall andgraceful was his mien . Firm his step , his look undaunted , Ne er a nobler youth , was seen . One sweet kiss he snatched from Mary , Craved his mother s prayer once more , Pressed his father shand and left them For Lake Erie s distant shore . Mary trie...
a K ~~ . Sunday . Schools [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
a K ~~ . Sunday . Schools J OHNNIE is going- on to nine years old , and being asked by his teacher to write a piece on the benefits of Sunday-schools gave the following views : Benneyfit . Sunday-schools is a grate benneyfit to children s fathers and mothers . It gives m peace and happyness . Every Sunday mornin my pa and ma gets up late coz pa is always tired Sundays . After breakfast pa always , says , come hussel round children and go to Sunday-school , for pa is tired and wants a little , piece and rest Sundays . v Then pa goes and lays down on the sofy arid smokes and reads papers all the forenoon . -Ma she sees to getting dinner , for pa says he must have a good dinner on Sunday anyway . Ma has to take care of the baby , too , for the hired gal is a cathlick and says she wont stay home from church fer nobody , and ma being a protestant has to mind her . Benneyfit 2 . Sunday-sckools save childrens pasand rrias- from going to church . One day the minister was up to our house and...
. r- « . v Egyptian Moralities [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
. r- « . v Egyptian Moralities Hero are some extracts from the advice that Ani , an Egyptian scribe , gave his son in the thirteenth century before Christ . If a man cometh to thee for counsel , let this drive thee to booksfor information . Consider what hath been ; set before thee a correct rule of life as an example ,. to follow . The messenger of death will come to thee as to all others to carry thee away ; yea , he standeth ready . ¦ Take heed with all diligence . that thou woundest no man with thy words . • The man who , having received much , giveth . little , is as one who committeth an injury . . . . -- . Whosoever speaketh evil receiveth no good . . When thou hastarrived at years of maturity and ; art married and hast a house , forget never the pains which thou hast cost thy . mother , nor the care which she hath , bestowed upon thee . Never give her cause to complain of thee , lest she life up her hands to God of heaven , and He listen to her complaint . Be watchful to kee...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
* £ | BB $ IOio * 25 SAVED ts __^ j ^ ^ ± ^^ -r- ^ % ^ Jln buying direct from factory . 80 ™&gt; 6 ) 1 ^ T ^ * -M ^ lv 9 lt ^ ayw ** reo trlol . No agents large mwEiiPA . yy |!||« P rofitstopay . Nomoneyinadrance g | l &amp; U X &gt;&lt;/ IfTmBSt ] $ 65 Kenwood Machine for $ 32 . 50 ^^ Tll A A / Sri ^ ° brt ^ Machine at any price . ° £ tm / £ ^~*^ Mjl * 50 ArlInptonMaehlne for ,....... $ 19 . 50 £ « Y &amp; V ami 0 lIi -Mnchlnrs $ 8 . 00 , $ 11 . fiO nnfl $ 15 . 00 i £ ff-rif .... jjilTliUi a 11 attachments free , over 100 , 000 in * s flffill ^ cicS ^^ A uso * Catalogue and testimonials frea g a V ^^ - ^ -iifl ^ a Write today for special freight offer . : ? a &gt; Jlw . „ „ CASHI BUYERS UNION . I &amp; W-164 West VnnBuren St ., B-9 fct Chlco * - nA . SiO Sewing Machines for SIB . We 6 ell e % -cry reliable Sewing Machine madc . a TA e employ no agents , pay na commissions , which enables ws to cave you from ft-25 to $ J 0 on a...
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW SUPPLY AND MOVEMENT OF GRAINS . Tuesday , Jan . 24 . Receipts of wheat in the northwest for the last week were 3 , 009 cars , against . 3 , 034 cars for tne week before and 2 , 343 cars the corresponding week last year . . Wheat receipts at primary markets for the last week were 4 , 332 , 000 bu , against 4 , 482 , 000 bu the week before aiid 2 , 292 , 000 bu the corresponding week of a year ago . Receipts of corn at primary markets for . the last week were 5 , 766 , 000 bu , against 6 , 435 , 000 bu the previous week and 3 , 838 , 000 bu the corresponding week last year . The Liverpool wheat stocks Increased 262 , 000 bu last week . The worlds wheat shipments last week are reported by Beerbokin at 0 , 400 , 000 bu . As 5 , 200 ,- 000 bu of this was put afloat from America , It follows that all the rest of the wor . d only furnished 1 , 200 . 000 bu with which to feed the importing countries . The total exports ot wheat and flour since July 1 have aggregated 139...
CHESS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
CHESS For Beginners The first . thing , to be learned is the field of battle , and the notation by which the moves are described ; The following diagram rep-. resents an empty chess board , the numbers and letters at the side being for convenience in description . Tne lines across the board from 1 to 16 , 3 to 14 , 8 to 9 , etc ., etc ., are called ranks , or horizontals . The lines across from a to i , bto j , etc ., etc ., are called files , or verticles . The lines across from 2 to o , from 6 to k , from c to 3 , d to 4 , etc ., etc ., are - called diagonals . There are , in all , twenty-six diagonals on a chess board . Of these , there are only two , h to i and a to p , which contain 8 squares . There are four diagonals of 2 , 4 , of 3 , and so on up to . 7 squares to the diagonals . All the squares in a diagonal are of the same color . In addition- to moves in rank , file and diagonal , there is one other sort of move employed , which may be called , after Mr . Mason , an obliq...
* . w . . What the Bride Thought ; [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
* . w . . What the Bride Thought ; A good story is being whispered around about one of the beautiful brides of last week ; She was married in a big church on the avenue , with the usual accompaniments of flowers and pretty bridesmaids . V Every one remarked how perfectly beautiful the bride looked as she walked up the aisle on the arm of her father to meet the bridegroom waiting . ot the altar . After the wedding breakfast , and just as the bride was preparing to start for the depot to catch the afternoon train for the honeymoon , nn old school friend of her mother s came to her , kissed her on both cheeks ; and said : My dear child , you were the most perfectly lovely bride that I have seen this winter ! As you walked up the aisle to meet the man who was so soon to be your- husband every one could see from the half-frightened yet trustful look upon your , face and . the firm yet tender smile about your mouth that you were thinking of the serious importance of the step that you were...
The Skipper as a Schoolmaster [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
The Skipper as a Schoolmaster Thousands of young men and women in this country are annually preparing themselves for the vocation of schoolteacher , but there is a shipmaster inTacoma who tells a good story of how , when he was in a Florida port , he concluded he would accept a school that was offered him and quit the sea . I was in Pensacola , Florida , during the winter of 1876 , , said Captain Blank , with the English bark Dexter . As I had fortyfive lay days and the charterers told me they would not begin to load the ship for nearly a month , I concluded I would take quarters ashore and enjoy myself hunting and fishing . Oneday . whilet was in Milton , a small village about ten miles from Pensacola , 1 met a planter , who . made me a very flattering offer to teach a private school-in his district , some twenty miles * north of Milton . As the salary he offered . me was nearly three times as much as I was getting ,. I concluded I would accept it . So that night . I drove out with...
PTT 7 . ZT R BOX . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
PTT 7 . ZT R BOX . 244 . —DECAPITATION . Without me city ne \ er rose , Nor would men find secure . repose ; Behead me , and a stream I now , Through northern England s moorlands low , Again behead me rnd I am Just what my whole is unto man . 245 . —CROSS WORD ENIGMA . My first is in mouse , but not in rat ; My second Is in dog ; but not in cat ; My third- is In trial , also In treasure ; My fifth Is In ear , but not in mouth ; My last is in north ; but not in south ; . My whole is of the greatest worth , For It s the dearest name on earth . 246 . 7 : CHARADE . When brother second . The first cut dowii , He was in whole , . A New York town . 247 . —BIBLICAL ACROSTIC . My first was a giant whose height was six cubits and a span . My second is the name of a man where the ark of God staid three months . My third was one of the sons of Jacob . . My fourth is the name that God gave Jacob . My fifth was one of the sons of Adam . My sixth is the name of a . man who lived seven hundred and ...