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“But I tell you it
roared the irate Lancelot, advancing
and shaking his fist. “My nephew, 1
THURSDAY............. NOVEMBER 30, 1*7«. i trust, has better blood in him than any
that ever flowed in the vein* of a
Gr-r-rindle!”—and he growled the
name through his clenched teeth, after
WHAT MAKES A MAN.
a disdainful glance at the visitor’s
A truthful soul, a loving mind
card, which he flung aside in contempt, i
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Full ot nflii’ti«»n tor its kind ;
A spirit firm, erect and free,
Thai never ba>ely bends a knee ;
Dick rejoined, witli a still more freez i BRIGHT’S DISEASE!
That will not bear a leather's weight
air, “I trust you will endeavor to
of slavery’s chains for small or great;
us from further annoyance by in- .
AND A POSITIVE REMEDY FOR
That truly speaks from God within,
That never makes a league with sin ;
terposing your authority—”
That snaps the fetters despot» make,
“To prevent my nephew’s marriage i Gout, Gravel, Strictures, Diafietcs, Dyspep
And loves the truth for its own sake ;
with your relative ?” interrupted Mr. I sia, Nervous Debility, Dropsy, Female
That worships God, and him alone ;
Hardynge, fiercely—“I’ll do no such ■ Complaints,
And bows no more than at his throne ;
Urine, Irritation, Inflammation, or Ul
And trembles at no tyrant’s nod—
thing ! He shall .marry her forthwith, • ceration of the
A soul that fears no one but God—
in spite of her whole family, and call j
BLADDER ami KIDNEYS,
And thus can smile at curse or ban :
Leucorrhoea or Whites,
This is the soul that makes a man.
Menses. Bearing Down,
WHAT MAKES A WOMAN.
gone, sir !”
Not courtly dress, nor queenly air ;
Dick obeyed with an alacrity not cident to females. and all complaints in
êhr îiciwraiii íimr5.
Net jeweled hand, complexion fair;
Not graceful form, nor lofty tread ;
Not paint, nor curls, nor splendid head,
Nor pearly teeth, nor sparkling eves,
Nor voice that nightingale outvies ;
Not breath as sweet as eglantine,
Not gaudy gems nor fabrics tine ;
/ Not all the stores ot fashion’s mart,
Nor yet the blandishments of art.
Not one, nor all of these combined,
Can make one woman true, refined.
’Tis not the casket that we prize,
But that which in the casket lies !
The outward charms which please the sight
Are naught unless the heart is right.
I.AMEl.or UARDYNUE'S PRIDE.
It was not till he got safe
round the corner that he dared give ■
vent to the laughter he was well nigh i
Mr. Hardynge’« passion wa9 yet at
white heat when his nephew entered.
“There has been a puppy here call
ing himself Grindle!” he cried, as
The latter was in dismay. Dick, by
some indiscretion, he feared, had
“He says .you have been making
love to his Kinswoman,” Mr. Hardynge
George’s heart quaked. He knew
now all was lost, llis worst fears were
“What do you think ?” his uncle
went on, growing more and more ex
cited. “He objects to us on the score
of family ! — to us— whose illustrious
ancestor met a glorious death in the ,
Duke of Monmouth’s time I”
George could hardly repress a smile
in spite of his solicitude.
“There is but one course to pursue,”
resumed his uncle. “You must marry
that woman without a moment’s delay,
and demand instant satisfaction of her
insolent kinsman. You must do this,
were she as ugly as Hecate! Here,
take this pocket-book—you’ll find
enough in it to serve your purpose.
Call a coach, carry off the lady—by
force, if necessary—hasten to the near
est clergyman, get married, then call
out this puppy of a Grindle, and don’t
let me see your face till all is over!
Zounds ! we must teach these people
that the honor of the Hardynges is not
to be trifled with !”
With a bounding heart, George has
tened on his mission, and in less than
an hour presented himself and his
blooming bride before his uncle, with a
handsome written apology from the
offending Dick, who, in consideration
thereof, was pardoned, and summoned
by a special messenger to be one of the
guests at the wedding dinner.
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KEARNEY’S EXT. BUCHU
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a frequent desire, and gives strength to uri
nate, thereby removing obstructions, pre
venting and curing strictures of Urethra,
allaying pain and inflammation, and expell
ing all poisonous matter.
Used by persons in the decline or change
of life: after confinement or labor pains,
bed-wetting in children, etc.
Prof. Steele says: “One bottle of Kear
ney’s Extract Huehn is worth more than ijl
other Buchus combined.”
Q leitest. Surest and
ALL KINDS OF
Of active work in the field of honorable
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thousands ot the most difficult cases of pre
mature decay and diseases of contaminating
poison have been overcome and the suffer
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Physicians recommend and Farriers de
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] AFTER a QUARTER of a CENTURY
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ands of testimonials from grateful Patients.
Let me call the attention of those who sutler
from some of the effects of
The preservation of health and life is de
FLESH, BONE OR MUSCLE AILMENT.
pendent upon the proper condition of the
procreative functions and any weakness or
It will extract the poison of bites and
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stings, and heal burns or scalds without a
or their uses is a direct attack upon the gen
sear. Look-jaw, Palsy, Weak Back, Caked
eral health as well as a >ure destruction—it
Breasts, Earache, Toothache, Itch and Cu
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taneous Eruptions readily yield to its treat
pride of one sex and the blessing ot the
other. In youth is laid the foundation of
Henry Blaek, of Ada, Hardin Co., Ohio,
much of the misery of after years by the in
says : “My wife has had rheumatism for
NEATLY EXECUTED AT
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five years—no rest, no sleep—could scarcely
ing life a curse and spreading weakness and
walk across the floor. She is now complete
ruin among mankind, for it is a well known
ly cured by the use of Centaur Liniment.
tact that the indulgence in solitary vice,
Wo all feel thankful to you. and recom
even in the slightest degree, plants seed of
mend your wonderful medicine to all our
weakness in the system that grow to a har
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Sanies Hurd, of Zanesville, O., says:
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Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes : “Send
health if not your life. In all forms of
me one dozen bottles by express. The Lin
weakness and premature decay a cure is
iment has saved my leg. I want to dis
guaranteed by the Doctor to the young,
tribute it, Ac.”
middle-aged or old, without exposure or
The sale of this Liniment is increasing
THE TIMES OFFICE, hinderanee from business. The remedies-
are purely vegetable and of a nature that
The Centaur Liniment. Yellow Wrapper,
leaves no taint behind. Observe the sym-
is for the tough skin, flesh and muscles of
toms and hasten to cheek the course of the
HORSES, MULES AND ANIMAI-H.
complaint, if you experience any ot them
We Nfive never yet seen a ease of Spavin,
—night discharges, slight discharges at other
Sweeny, Ring-bone, Wind-gall, Scratches
times, trembling, anxiety, forgetfulness,
or Poll-Evil, which this Liniment would
contusion, pain in the back, limbs or body,
not speedily benefit, and we never saw but
forebodings, indigestion, timidity, aversion
a few cases which it would not cure. It will
to society, loss of power, want of control,
cure when anything can. It is iollv to
variable temper, attacks of sickness akin to
spend $20 for a Farrier, when one dollar’s
biliousness, deposits in urine, irregular
worth of Centaur Liniment will do lietter.
bowels, etc., etc.
The following is a sample of the testimony
J A CKSON J 7 L L E, < ) R EG ON,
Among the most subtle and virulent of
“J efferson , M o ., N ov . 10,1873.
poisons in the human blood is that arising
“Some time ago I was shipping horses to
from venereal taint, often breaking oui,
St. Louis. I got one badly crippled in the
after years of apparent cure, in hideous
ear. With great difficulty I got him to the
sores upon various parts of the body Its
stable, on Fourth Avenue. The stable-
great danger lies in the fact that it is given
keeper gave me a bottle of your Centaur
to the innocent partner or to the unborn,
Liniment, which I used with such success
child without showing in the person origi
that in two days the horse was as active and
nally contracting it.
nearly well. I have been a veterinary sur
THE USE OF MERCURY
geon for thirty vears, but your Liniment
Only aids in this terrible deception by dry
heads anything I ever used.
ing it upon the surface and driving it back
“A. J. M’CARTY, Veterinary Surgeon.”
into the blood. All venereal poisou is a
For a postage stamp we will mail a Cen
blood poison and can be communicated,
taur Almanac, containing hundreds of cer AT MOST REASONABLE RATES! in the blood and the only certainty of pre
tificates, from every State in the Union.
vention ot transmission is in the positive
These Liniments are now sold by all dealers
cures of the reform treatment practiced at
in the country.
the Dr. J. (,’. Young Medical Institute, com
Laboratory of J. B. Rose A Co.,
prehensive, scientific and thorough, having
4« D ey S t ., N ew Y ork .
received endorsements as the best of all
Who may be suffering from the effect
modern practice. Recent eases cured in a
ot youthful follies or indiscretion, will do
tew days and chronic cases with remarkable
well to avail themselves of this, the great
rapidity. Our test of the presence of the
est boon ever laid at the altar ot suffering
taint in the blood are never tailing.
humanity. Im. SPINNEY will guaran
tee to forfeit $500 for every ease of seminal
C astoria is the result of 20 years experi
There are no class of complaints that so
weakness, or private disease of any kind
ments, by Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Massa
enlist the sympathies of the medical mind
chusetts. Tt is a vegetable preparation as ■ or-character which he undertakes and
or so commands its gravest thought and
fails to cure. He would therefore say
effective as Castor Oil, but perfectly pleas
study as those that afflict women. The
to the unfortunate sufferer who may read
ant to the taste. It can be taken by the
Doctor after years of patient investigation
this notice that you are treading upon
youngest infant,and neithergags nor gripes.
and treatment is enabled to assure them rap
dangerous ground when you longer de-
Dr. A. J. Green, of Royston, 1ml., says of it :
id and thorough cures in all the complaints
S irs :—I have tried the Castoria and can I lay in seeking the proper remedy for
incident to the sex. The weak can hope tor
your complaint. You may he in thè first
speak highly of its merits. It will. I think,
strength and the suffering for relief and cure.
stage ; remember you are approaching
do away entirely with Castor Oil ; it is pleas
Those who require personal supervision
the last. If you are bordering upon the i the Doctor can furnish with apartments
ant and harmless, and is wonderfully effica
last, and are suffering some or all its ill
cious as an aperient and laxative. It is the
with earetui and skillful nurses where un
effects, remember that if you persist in
remitting attention and constant care give
procrastination,thetime must come when
The Castoria destroys worms, regulates
every assurance of rapid and permanent
the most skillful physician can render
the Stomach, cures Wind Colic, and permits
you no assistance; when the doorot hope
Of natural healthy sleep. It is very effica
The Institute is supplied with a
will be closed against you ; when no an
cious in Croup, and for Teething Children.
LYING-IN DEFA RTM ENT
gel of mercy can bring you relief. In no
Honey is not pleasanter to the taste, and
Where patients will receive the treatment
ease has the Doctor fade 1 of success.
Castor Oil is not so certain in its effects. It
so essential in such cases.
Then let not despair work upon your im
costs but 35 cents, in large bottles.
CURED AT HOME.
agination, hut avail yourself of the ben-
J. B. R ose A Co., 4G Dey St., New York.
Correspondence. The great difficult v many
! etieial results of his treatment before j sick find is the trouble of visiting the citv
your ease is beyond the reach of medical
often incurrimr an expense far exceeding
j skill, or before grim death hurries you
the cost of treatment. This expense can be
to a premature grave. Full course of 1 avoided by writing to the Doctor, giving in
I treatment. $25.00. Send money bv Post
your own wav, the symptoms of your trou
Office order or Express with lull descrip- ' ble or complaint. Cures guaranteed the
tion of case, (’all or address
same as by personal visits. All communi
COR. CALIFORNIA A 4th STS.
DR. A. B. SPINNEY.
cations strictly confidential and all letters
No. 11 Kearney St., San Francisco. ■ either returned or destroyed.
K-tUThe .Doctor can be relied upon in all
cases requii ingconfidence and secrecy. Re
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
pose confidence in him, all vou who sutler
spectfully inform their friends and the
or are in distress. He will sjicedilv relieve
public generally that they have purchased
and cure vou. Address,
the above establishment, which will be
BENJ. F. JOSSELYN, M. D.,
henceforth conducted under tiieir constant
«18 »Sacramento Street,
personal supervision, and they guarantee
San Francisco, Cal.
satisfact cn to all who may favor them with
These stables are centrally located, and
within convenient distance of the various
t « 5 I
houses of public entertainment. Horses
and mules will be boarded and cared for at
Io th K W onKTN<i C i . ass .—We can fur
moderate charges. They have one of the
nish you employment at which y<ni can
largest and finest stocks in Oregon, south ot
make very largo pay in your own localities,
without being away from home over night.
Agents warned in every town and county
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
take subscribers for the Centennial Rec
With single or double teams, for hire on rea
ord, the largest publication in the United
sonable terms. Also good Saddle Horses
States—1<> pages, 6f columns ; elegantly il
and Mules, which will be hired to go to any
lustrated : terms, only $1 ¡»er year. *Tlm
part ot the country at moderate rates.
Record is devoted to whatever is*of interest
Animals bought and sold, and broke to
with the Centennial vear. Tho
saddle or harness.
at Philadelphia is fully il
CARDWELT. A McMAHON.
lustrated in detail. Everylaxly wa.its it.
The whole people feel great interest in their
Country’s ('entennial Birthday, and want to
LIME FOR SALE,
know all about it. An elegant patriotic
OSBORN A ALEXANDER,
crayon drawing is presented free to every
824 h ARKET STREET, opp. PALACE HOTEL
subscriber. It is entitled, “In remembrance
ot the lutttli Anniversary of the Independ
The Great Mechanics’Tool Store
ence of the United States.” Size, 23 by 30
of the Pacific Coast.
inches. Anyone can become a successful
agent, for but show the ¡taper and picture
and hundreds of subscribers are easily ob
tained everywhere. There is no business
that will pay like this at present. We have
he undersigned would here -
many agent who are making as high as $20
by inform the public that he has ONE
per day and upwards. Now is the time:
THOUSAND BUSH EIJS of superior Jackson
don’t delay. Remember it costs nothing
Creek Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
t<> give the business a trial. Send for our
ing Brick-laving or Plastering done in the
circulars, terms, and sample copy of paper,
best style and at reasonable rates will do
which are sent tree to all who apply ; do it
well to call on me. For further information
to-dav. Complete outfit free to those who
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
The best beautifierof the Complexion now decide to engage. Farmers and mechanics
<1. W. IIOLT.
in use cures pimples, boils, blotches, rheu and their sons and daughters make the
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
matism, and mercurial pains. Sold by all Very best agents. Address,
THE CENTENNIA L RECORD,
Interesting to Farmers.
tracts for ice cream, cakes, etc.
Lancelot Hardynge* 8 leading trait
was family pride. He traced his I in- [
eage back to the Duke of Monmouth’s .
time. It cost him no end of pains to
Kearney's Ext. Buchu
do it; for in the best preserved family
cures all atfis*t:ons of the
histories missing chapters will occur.
and dropsical swellings
Now and then a wayward ancestor trill
existing in men, women and children, no
wander off and disappear among the
matter what the age.
Ask for Kearney’s. Take no other.
lost tribes of common mortals. But,
Price, $1.00 per bottle, or six bottles for $5.
as the zoologist gathers together the
Depot, Cor. Maiden Lane and William
scattered bones of an obsolete animal, t
street, New York.
A physician in attendance to answer cor
reproducing the missing ones, and
respondence and give advice gratis. Send
covering the whole with integuments j
stamp tor pamphlets free.
to match, so the skilled genealogist .
SOLO BY CRANE A BRIGHAM,
will collect the withered branches of a ;
Wholesale Agents, San Francisco.
And by Druggists everywhere.
family tiee, tilling in the lost twigs, .
and crowning all with a luxuriance of
T. A. DAVIS.
F. K. ARNOLD.
verdure, the product of his owu fertile
With a world of labor, Lancelot Har-1
dynge brought order out of the chaos .
in which he found the family annals.
W II O L E S A L E DRUGGISTS,
By dint of patching up a flaw here,
and putting in a link there, the work j
71 FRONT STREET,
was at last completed. It was one of
years, but one of love ; and Lancelot
sat down a proud and happy tnan when
he ascertained that the first of his
name had been executed over two
hundred years ago, in the Duke of
UTE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Monmouth’s time. Whether it was
It a complete stock of
for high treason or other genteel felony, '
or some vulgar offence against the law, j
was left in doubt, as was the question
whether the hanged Hardynge had >
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
followed cracking crows in bis grace’s
service, or the more plebeian occupa- !
tion of blackening the ducal boots.
But what mattered it ? lu pedigree,
B illings .—True krilicisin kon«ists GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS,
age is everything.
saying a kind thing ov an author
Lancelot Hardynge was rich as
PAINTS, OILS AND
well as proud. The money had been i whenever you kan, and whenever you
made by his father and grandfather in
the soap and candle business. He sin- 1 Tricks upon travelers are always dan PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
cerely wished it had been otherwise, j gerous. I have known a ded hornet
or, at least, that the fact had beeu ot ■ to wake up and sting just once more.
less modern date. He might even
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC. ETC.
have gloried in it had it happened in haz got to be watched az kareful az a
the Duke of Monmouth’s time.
Mr. Hardynge had a nephew, it is always jealous. There never waz ■
George, adopted by him when left an ! a mao yet but what thought hiz lame
Sole Agents for Oregon for the cele
orphan, whom he intended to make his back wtz a good deal lamer than enny- brated CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP, which
kills Ticks, Lice ami all parasites on sjieep,
heir, being himself a bachelor and body elses. Nature haz turned out ami is a sure cure for screw-worm, scab and
sum indifferent jobs, but never turned
foot rot. Circular sent on application.
George Hardynge was a frank, good- out one so indifferent that art could
natured youth, who cared more for duplikate it. The sovereign mistake
Mary Wilson’s little finger than for is that things are valued for what they
the Duke of Monmouth and all the I have cost, and not for what they are
Hardynges ever hanged. In truth he worth. Ingratitude iz wuss than hy-
had taken the liberty to fall in love pokrasy. Mankind have been falling HOTEL <fc RESTAURANT,
with Mary, who was poor and pretty, j for over 5,000 years, and I don’t think
But could boast of no ancestors who they have struck bottom yet. Tricing
had risen to distinction by performing to inierest a small audience with a
koinick lektur iz a great deal like trie-
ua the gibbet.
Opposite Odd Fellows* Hall,
llow to break the matter to his ing to hit the two corner pins on a ten
with a single ball.
uncle was a question which sorely pin alley ■ ........
puzzled George. He and Dick Grindle,
A C urious A pple T ree .—There is ,
Mary’s second cousin, had often in growing iu Pochuck, Vernon Town
vain laid their heads together to devise ship, Sussex county, Mass., an apple
ways and means. A match for his tree which bears both sour and sweet
nephew with a maiden without name apples. Not only this, but sour and
or fortune, they knew was about the sweet apples grow on the same limbs, MADAME IIOLT. - • Proprietress.
last thing Lancelot Hardynge eould and some of the apples are both sour
ever bo brought to think of.
BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
and sweet. One can pick an apple and
“I’ve got it!” said Dick, one day, find it intensely sour, then pick an
after a long discussion of the problem other from next to it and find it ex
rpHE M ADAME TAKES THIS METHOD
which so long had battled their efforts. ceedingly sweet; still another can be 1 of tendering her thanks to the public tor
“Out with it, for heaven’s sake !” picked from the same limb and it will the patronage which has hitherto been ex
cried George, springing up with u.11 a be both sour and sweet—one half tended to her, and would resjiecttully solicit
its continuance. »
Her tables are always under her immedi
sweet, the other sour. Over a quarter
IODIDE OF POTASS.
But Dick shook his head, and bade of a century ago one William Babb, ate control ; and by her long exi»erience in
his friend have patience. Time would now deceased, in experimenting took the business she feels confident that she will
entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and
disclose ail, be said, and in spite of im a bud from an apple tree which bore give
rooms are fitted up in the most comfortable
portunity, he departed with his secret, greenipgs, and another from a tree style, suited to the accommodation of single
leaving George to bear, as best he which bore sweet apples. Cutting occupants or families. Her beds are always
kept clean. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
might, the torture of suspense.
them in half, he placed the sour and
With lofty dignity, that same after sweet halves together, and, budding
noon, Dick Grindle introduced himself them to a tree, the above has been the
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
HE UNDERSIGNED, BELIEVING IT
to Mr. Hardynge in the latter’s study. result. Some of the apples are entire
to be the mutual advantage of millers
Dick looked haughty enough to have a ly green in color, while others have a Two and a ITalf Mile» above Bybee's,
and farmers, have made arrangements
whereby the Ashland and Phoenix mills will
( rpiIE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTT-
dozen ancestors not only hanged but yellowish cast.
he undersigned offebs for I 1 fled that I have placed my notes ami’
drawn and quartered.
■ —< ♦
sale his farm situated on Antelope creek, I accounts in the hands of my attorney, II.
ner, who will have charge of both mills for
ON ROGUE RIVER.
“I have called on very unpleasant j A n editor is described as a man who
miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
K. Hanna, with positive i’nstriK’tions to
the company during the ensuing year, end
I acres of land, 400 acres being good farming l make inimedisteand forced collection in ev-
ing July 1st, 1877.
business,” he said, with a very stiff is liable to grammatical blunders, typo
We will nay the highest market price for i land and under fence. It is a good grain I erv instance where security is not given.
graphical errors, and lapse of memory,
Those knowing themselves indebted to
merchantable wheat, and are prepared farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
he undersigned take pleas -
“Pray proceed", sir,” returned the and has twenty-five thousand people
me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna,,
ure in notifying the public that they to contract flour at $18 per thousand pounds good housesand barns upon it.
TERMS OF SALE—$9 per acre, one-half without delay,as this is my last call. My
other, with one still stiffer.
have established a new ferry at the above at the mills. Office of the company at the
watching him tripping—a man of sor
the balance to suit purchaser.
business must be settled !
“Your nephew, sir, has taken the row and acquainted with grief; poorly
J. W. SIMPSON.-
JAMES T. GLENN.
WAGNER, ANDERSON A FARMERS’
liberty to pay his addresses to a lady paid, poorly estimated, yet envied by strongest wire rope, and charge loss for MILL CO., Ashland, Oregon.
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874.
parcels, if desired
relative of mine, without consulting some of the great men he has made. ferrying. Gives us a trial.
TAYLOR & CO.
her connections. Now, whatever the
■ , ■!. ■
JENNINGS, THE CITY BREWERY,
young gentleman’s deserts may be,
G inger S naps .—One pint of mo
Dr. SPINNEY de Co.,
our family must be permitted to de lasses, one cup of sugar, one cup of
cline alliance with any not on an equal butter or lard, one tablespoonful of
pecialists , no . 11 kearney st .,
treat all chronic and private diseases Nos. 600 and 602 Front StM
cayenne pepper; flour enough to roll
without the aid of mercury. Consultation,
“Am I to understand,” thundered out thin. Bake on flat tins.
free. Office hours, 9 to 12 M., 2 to 5 and 6 to
SHERMAN AND HYDE,.
Mr. Hardynge, purnle with rage, “that
9 p. m . Sundays excepted. Call on or ad
M other —“Now, Gerty, be a good dress
my nephew is objwted to on family
DR. A. B. SPINNEY,
R. SCHUTZ RESPECTFULLY IN-
Kearney St., San Francisco Cal. WM.
girl, and give Aunt Julia a kiss, and
formsthe citizens of Jacksonville and CORNER KEARNEY A SUTTER STS.
surrounding country that he is now manu
“I trust further explanation is not say good night.” Gerty—“No, no!
(M 0 A DAY at home. Agents wanted.
and will constantly keep on hand
necessary,” Dick replied, with a touch
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