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TEIA8 CATTLE DRIVE OF 1883.
»•» “A coward can ba a hero at a diet
*Wa are e loaded t- .
SEND 50 GENTS
presence of d ui^er tests presence of mind, i Hermes witi
Railroading is, perhaps, the largest
In its issue for last week the Texas rTMMMM <>f disease test the value of acunv resources of itljho ichen.__
business of civilkation. In every Live-St^ck Journal gives tlie num tive. Kidney-Wort challenges this test al* doctor corn with ti Lydia have
w>ys andevery where,
far as nil com-1 ham, of Ly: r
rnie® n er of
direction these ri^ds run over land ber of cattle which will go over the plaints
of the bowels, liver and kidneys am hewn after r a illy
a ' cl< • practi is no
and toward the aja, carrying daily trail from that State north as coming concerned.
In 2 cent poatage stamps, coin, etc, and get the Leading Newspaper of the Pacific Coast for
It cures all, nor asks any odd$ ■ the Black 1 but w now ti inistry
riiKKK months , including postage THE HAN FRANCISCO
millions of peoplenud tens of thou dose to 220,000. Of this number, it
humbug in I ph ar ti eutical ound.
Furniture at reasonable prices at H. Snell of Mrs. Pin t’s Ve-
sands of tons of iwrchandise. And thinks, not more than 120,000 will be * »ne
it is the interest as «ell as the duty put on the open market; the other baas ’ ’, I 11th
Contains 72 columns of first-class Reading Matterand News, including Agricultural.Horiti-
D ownbvili .1 1. July h
of their owners to «prate them with 100.000 will be sold for ranch pur
ABOUT OHI «GISTS.
cultural and ViticuItural Departments. It is the
*ng A minen" A i Sy i th» . a
the utmost safety to jfu and prop poses. On the ranches whence they
erty. It is, no doubt Vue that there start the prices for which these cat All druggists should be honorable gentleme I gradually iuc|i . U gb X hi M1TII.
bw I lie.
is less loss of life in tnkeling by rail tle have been contracted range from and we are inclined to believe the maioritv
them are; but there are what is called “bla
than in any other wA when the $10 50 to $12 50 for yearlings, $14 50 sheep
” in all professions. We came across o
numbers are taken into bconnt, but j to $16 50 for 2 year-olds, and $18 to of the latter class not long since. While in 1 .High chai it low
a customer asked for Ammen’s Con
11th St., oalnl
even that percentage
and we I >10 for 3-year-olds. Nearly all the store
Syrup. As thediuggist was doing it up for h
nr. paration which I 1 ct
think could, be reduced h greater females to be driven are for ranch he said. “I have a pri
YOU CAN GET THE -----
as better than
han this.” The man sal,
care and strictness. If w ke, for ' purposes, and were sold at what just recommend
I will take that then, but my friends ha»
«<418080 hi-zlily of . Amimn
.......... ?n’a i Cough
instance, the Tehachapi catyroplie, uo v are considered fancy prices.
ForTHRKK M onths That is, by sending 75 cents in 2 cent postage stamps, ooin etc you
thought Iw u:)d try it.” Now, n«v
«» iwr Udi
can get both papers THE WEEKLYand HEMI WEEKLY for three months
so vivid in the minds of ali, ve can
Th» paper named says: "The de used
Amtnen’s Gough Syrup, and ’ 1 knowing
THE HEMI WEEKLY is published every Saturday, consistsof 36 columns of News and
now see how much, if not all\ie 1OSH mand for 2 year-old steers has been virtues, also knowing v its ‘ r manufacturer,
........ * “*------ and tl t
Literary Matter. By taking both papers you can get the news twice a week instead of waiting a
¡iut it on the market fo.
w..vUt of mt
or the ^benefit
of life, might hi *’e been avoidi. jf largely in excess of the supply, and he
kind, as well as for the sake v
of gain, MUU
Weekly Chronicle. DA Month* ..........................................................
Ut> .. to I...».
— — why the druggist
J------ ! * preferred
the brakes had been tighton tint rain tii • entire crop will, in all probability, eurlositv
sell some other remedy to it. So we askedhl
it could not have started to run kVUy be brought out by the high prices why
tiT Sample copies sent free. All postmasters take orders. Address all orders to tbs
said . t “
“ XVI .
.. uo. >,ii.i^iiic
And when it did run and to\ie<i offered.
The demand for young I make just eight, cents more on the bottle I sqd
H IN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
him than I 1 would hav
have made on Ammen’s.” I
over, the oil !a nps were broken o^])t, steers for ranch purposes in the State said,
M. II. BE > 01 XC, Proprietor.
“Oh, that’s it.” “ Yei
Yes,” he says, “I alwft'8
oil spilled and set things on fire,
i _ -------- 2 „ and * try
— pays me tie
is greater by one half than it was last recommend
nrorit. ” ” Comment
'< >m tnz... » is unnecessary,
most of the States east of the Rc^y year, owing partly to the fact that us
hope that then-are but few like him in fiM
Mountains the burning of oil is p female cattle are worth as much drug businei
business. Meeting the customer a few days
later, and desiring to know if that kind of busi
hibited by law or order of the ma money on southwestern ranches as ness
paid, we mentioned the circumstance to
agement. in passenger cars. Candl they are in the north, and are really him, and asked if the bottle of medicine the
recommended did him any good.
take its place and they do not set th4 "lot. for sale. The tendency to hold druggist
said, “No, I used about one-third of it and threw
“ THE CORSET EMPORIUM OF AMERICA.’’
cars on fire in a smash up. It may p to breeding stock evidences the it away; I then went to another drug-store and
bought a bottle of Ammen’s Cough Syrup, which
be true that the coal stoves in the ct that southwestern ranchmen pre cured
my cold,” We asked, “Why did you go to
train on the Southern road would [ to breed cattle to grow beeves, and another druggist ?” He replied, “Because 1 shall
ultimately have burned the cars, but t for breeding purposes no coun-
the fire would have been slow of ‘ in the world excels Southwest
AB< PKKFttCT !■
starting and the unwounded or those
The small number of 3-year- Carpets and furniture 20 per cent, cheaper
not killed might have bad time to
eers to be driven this year at H. 8hellhaas’,llth
escape before the fire got headway. >“'\that the demand for beef has
The first appearance of cotton as
In this connection it has often been
usually great, and that the 1 . an article of commerce was a ship
wondered that passenger cars are not
■ar old steers were driven out , ment of seven bales from Charleston
p u I o u s SOLE AGENCY FOR' THE BEST
made of paper instead of wood. In very ^ely for the past few years.” j in
ONLY DEPOT FOR THE GEN
fa rt I e s
an accident the paper cars would not
VINE FRENCH CoRHETH
J orn N igger G entleman .”
splinter as the wooden ones do nor
would the paper cars burn as the I nndnnl". g°iug the roUnd of tbo ¿^"Explicit directions for every use art
IO & 12
wooden ones do. The paper car SoibB’ °-f-'vbi?b Lnkp’ "h° given with the Diamond Dyes. Fer dyeing
edy and 742 & 744
d ece i ve
would be quite as firm as the wooden now the ime Tweed’s valet and is Mosses, Grasses, Eggs, Ivory, Hair«tc.
of ti well known Amer-
one, would doubtlsss be quite as
ican in Lt n, is the hero. A young Tlie periodicals reprinted by the Leonard
cheap and entirely safe from fire, for gentleman
Wholesale and Retail Catalogues sent free to any address.
while the paper would burn if a coal drink too ring he might play and Scott Publishing Co. < 41 Barclay St., New
were held to it long enough it would about to vi ’ily at a club he was ly, Edinburg, Westminster, and
b u t d o
A S. HALLIDIE, President.
H, » 1 IL,. L'AVIB. Sooretary.
not blaze, nor could it be ignited from company hi induced Luke to ac Quarterly Reviews and Blackwood’s British!
not be de*
cei ve d;
ng lamp, or from anything, home. Arrh bring him safely zine. Price. ¥3 a year for Blackwood: $2.50
any one of the Reviews, and only $10
see th at
save with difficulty. And it is said sion was obtt t the club permis- for
that in cheapness it rivals wood. remain in th< l that Luke should for all.
Buccessora to A. S. HAILIDIE, ROBINSON & HALLIDIE, and CALIFORNIA WIRE WORKS CO.
Those who now build houses of paper being sent to •d room instead of CRC1 WeL'k >'* Jour
Terms and g5 outfit
say so. Once tried, paper railway room. As the ervants’ waiting- U Uiree Address H H ai . town.
let AO . Portland, Maine
---- Manufacturera of and Dealers in-----
cars might become popular. The players became wore on. and the
ted and boister
paper can be cast of any strength oils,
Z^down in health and
one of the- \vho was losing
■ Wire. Wire Rope
Wire <¿ oo <1 m ,
spirits bj chronic
and thickness. With careful em largely,
h dj a] spsia or suffer*
on a:.<act I
ployes, caudles for lights, paper cars
" ¡ng front tin* tet ri- .
BRASS, COPPER, AND IRON WIRE CLOTH.
general and at 1 in particular,
hie exhaustion that ®l
and whatever improved brakes for in
follows the attacks
stopping a runaway train science business that d— times “what
of acute disease
the testimony of
igger had in
may have given, the danger of life
t h o us a n d s who
room?” Luke nothing for
THE SCUTT PATENT
and limb on railway ought to be that
2; have been raised as
a long time; but as^ young man
£ by u miracle from
reduced almost to a minimum.
5-a similar state of
did not seem inclin o drop the
that it is
IN THE ARMS OF A STAR FISH.
matter, but grew mo phatic in
on the la-
ach Bitters i
his demand that the er be re-
sure gua ranter*
“I was once a pearl diver—and moved. Luke finally tooV.
by the same
e t a <• P i
hard business it was,’’ said the capt his pocket and w-itli •ard from
ar.d take 1
ain of a Spanish brig to a reporter. placed it on the table. saiA . dignity
no other. ,
“We worked off the Mexican and sir, is my card. If you w' ill0r°’
EARNER & CO.
Panama coasts, principally on the isfaction, yop can find m ny sat-
L ini op -
— H at * C omstantlt on W an
Pacific side. Sometimes we worked a loafer, sir; ; but
i am a I i-* ou
- _ are
S. CHESTER. N.Y.
FLAT AND ROUND WIRE ROPE of iron and Steel.
alone, but generally on shares, and gentleman,” ’ - —and
ly I n ;tn ubMolute«pe?ir
....d while tbV
d_ , gg*7
the diweawew of women, for the nrrvouw
sometimes for pay. We went to the were recovering from thei ^ers
WIRE WORK RAILINO8, CUARD8, SEVENS
trouble* of youth, and for the debility
grounds in small sailing vessels; then ment. walked coolly away. azo’
at hich precede« old ajee.
BI“0 CAftF’ "OTIMK SCUUi. ,j.
we took to small boats and covered
kidney» or liver, we ran guarantee
-A- és J íl
as much ground as possible. Each
freedom from disease by reawon of the
A husband in Massaclk, ¿S
power which our Safe Kidney and
man had a basket, a weight, and a whipped his wife, who emplov'8
Liver <’ure poNHCMses over tiiene or- Office and Salesrooms No. 6 CALIFORNIA ST
knife. For sharks? Yes; bu>. it is a lawyer to prosecute him. Thei?
>’or lMabetrN ask for WAK-
M K S SAFE »l ABETF’.K <1 RK.
poor defence, for it is almost impos took proceedings against her ony
IT WILL CUP'
sible to swing the arm with any force chargo of common drunkenness, K
[ $12 a »lay at home easily made. Vortly
4> / ¿outfitfrie. • Address T ri - k A C o ., Augusta, Maine
under water. The best weapon is a she engaged the same counsel to »- 'î' Bottles at I f
ASK YOUR 1» RUOLI INT FOR
-jO cts. md $ I.
short spear. When you reach the fend her. This lawyer sued the “
ground you strip, put your feet in a band for the value of his servic
big sinker, take the basket that has a lying upon the rule of law that
rope for hoisting, drop over, and soon band is liable for “necessaries'
find yourself at the bottom. Then plied to his wife. The Sur
your business is to knock off as many Court accepted this view so fai
oysters as you can, and pile them for her defense was concern
into the basket before you lose your ruled that the charge for pr-«
wind. It is a terrible strain, but j the husband could not b
could stand it in those days for six
8.F.N.U.. First Serien. No. 33.
minutes, and I have known some men
I Kl DNEY.-W
Western turkey dealer
who could stay down ten; but it is
HAS BEEN PRQVE3
sure death in the long run. If the culiar way of making t
The SUREST CURE for
ground is well stocked you can get sent South weig’ well T
twenty or more shells, but it is all the feet and pu!
FOR THE CURB <>F
y the bird,
Does a lame back or a disordered mi M.
luck. When the basket is full it is A gentlemai
cate that you are a victim’ TilLY DO r
hauled up, and after you come up for
HE8ITATE; use KIDNEY-WOI’.T . • >,
recommend it) and it w; 1 ape y
your wind down you go again, the whole yard » 1 , H , eet in it—a (drugglsta
th - s»*' ■> ‘’«t He sent
NO RE THROAT.
sink being hauled up with a small one
It Is a SURE CURE for fill
odd foot 1 lb y^ier. . Iiiuking the
cord for that purpose.
put in by mistake.
DISEASES of the LIVEI.
“It was on one of these that I ran —[Lx
| It haa specific action on this most iq>ci it
organ, enabling it U> throw off torpiditta:
afoul of the animal that gave me a ___ »4*^
action, stimulating the healthy sccreti}.
You will smile Wi'2:
Bile, and by keoping the bowels in fr4
tion, effecting its regular discharge.
I say it was only a star fish, but tha'
<- . rr'Ll.l> WOMAN.
This wonderful compound win brace« all the
Ml €81 arl 58 If youaroBufferfiivm
it really was. I went down si'
., the Boaun GTvte.l
IwldlQIlds malaria, have th o 1.
virtues of Phenol, Iodine and Eucalyptol, soi
feet with a rush, and landing on ;,e |
are bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, K>ey-
entitically combined, and is
Wort will surely relieve and quickly cure
dge of a big branch ot
of coral, swung
In the Sprir^, to cleanse the System, jry
one should take a thorough course of it
on into a kind of basin, The basket
For complaints pecu.yto
went ahead of me, and as I swung oil I
Of the above diseases.
L»dVClv>O» your nex, such aa pal nd
T» unfailing and Infal On«* of tli<* most t'onifertablc (¿ar-
to reach the bottom, something
weaknesses, KIDNEY-WORT ia unsurpajd,
meiits ever ofT<*r«*«l te MOSS
A 1 Rjf A WI
liabli* in curing Epil-
os it will act promptly and safely.
seemed to spring up all around me,
C A1 vl»“■■ ■ I At. BW< (■on
’|'tic Fit«, Spiuuns.
Easy (¿raerful Stylish.
Either S«!X. Incontinence, retention cf u<e,
May feel perfectly safe in the attacks of Diph
and I was in the arms of some kind
brick dust or ropy deposits and dull dragag
theria, which has destroyed tlie lives of so
pains, all speedily yield to its curativo pow
Opium Eating. Ner
of a monster that coiled about my I
Cords aro usod in placo of Bonos, and many little onew. In ordinary Bore Throat, or
tlTlt Acts at the same time on the KIDNlg,
Ulceration of tin* 'I oiihi I h , it actn 1 ike niiy(io.
LIVER AND BOWEL3.J J For Const ipafg,
body, arms and legs. I tried to
tho Blastic in tho immediately Hubduing the inflammation, and
To by romoving
Piles, or Rheumatism it is a permanent cur
scream, forgetting that I was in the
reHtorin^ the throat to its healthy condition.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. Pr’ce $1.1)
One trial will suffice to secure it a welcome in
Literary men. Mer
water, and lost my wind. It was just
chant*. Bankers, La
dies and ail whose se
as if the plant had sprouted under
Directions for use accompany each Box.
• nis.-s Nervous Pro“- LADIES’
me and then thrown its vines and
BCs trntion. Irregularities
.- E fora A
tendrils about me. There were thou M amt
of the blood, stonu.ch,
Tliet. vci«a ;-<.
With •« *« t of Attachmentbre.
bowels or klnrtevs, or
sands of them, coiling and writhing, hani. ot I : nu Mas) K ,4 ’ik 1
,rs- Lydia E. Hnlfr
Warrant»*«! perfect. Light n4ig.
te-SEND WAIST MEA8UBE.UM
quiet, hinilsome and dnrablArr.t
A vh.nb V* ber human beings
A1 m > Hhouhler Brace«, Union Fimmel Biutta.
and I thought I had landed in a nest maybe uthfaUyt »rrVjiedthe
on teat trial plan when d«|»d
nd of Woman,”
H omo HupportorH. Htairt WupporterH. children’»
Happy llnme S»rKnnat Jets
of sea snakes. I gave the signal as a»
529 an-i 53? MARKET ST. 8. F
WaiMta, Han it ary Towel», etc. (’all on
issealouft :!■ vot«
ltaw. octave coupler. 2 knee fO
.nd-pr.« mrn it
soon as I could, and made a break I of a life '<u
•.i ila the outcome
with >3 Stool and tl Book, on W5
tli ni>-*t wonderful in or mkiree»
A l*o senton test trial plan
vigorant that eversustaln« d th<-s.nkingsvstm >. For
upward, part of the creature clinging I assistant*, t > ti htrA is <*>
Urs. II. M. OBER A ( <>.,
wre«i. Elegant cane, magnitot sale by all Druggists T1TK ¡lit S. A. RICHMOND
tone, durable inrideand out.»
to me, while the rest, I could see, which
Boston Dross Boform Rooms,
'ng its special
cular. » ith tcHtinu>nial", fr«-e.t<c MEDICAL CO. Hole Proprietors, St. Joseph. Mo.
burden of n.
"• < I- .vn. a < . 4i Thinlav < h k *>
was dropping to pieces. They hauled I Vegetable Cot?
*• a f -om IL Her
(fcR f A con 'r ,la* at honM' •‘■kunpk* worth '<• free 326 SUTTER ST., San Francisco, Cal.
me into the boatfwhen I reached the evil purpoaea. I hr . K-d >n«<>Y r . od
Address H tisson AC i ' Portland Maine
•ated it and
surface, and pulled the main part of I am satisfied of th“ tr -uves
On account < f
the animal from me. It was oval, and prescribe«! b. the bMl pl <""r
about three feet across, and the five One aays* "It wortar U ..A) . . >d ; :r country.
arms seemed to divide into thousands I pain. It will cure ml
i urm < > falling
of others. I probably landed on top of the uterus all Le O a ki ■rrh«, jJ - i u* and ttinful
uint . i n ana
of that one. which at that time was Menstruation,
A Preparation of Balsam of Tolu. Rock Canl I
nts an* 1 . con
the largest I had ever seen. I after | sequent <pinal weakn
Magnesia and other Medicináis.
«■tally a ivi. d to
ward saw the body of one that was ' the rhang,e of Life.”
the basis being the
It permeate« every p< r*.
Mantels, I louse, Bank
« v stem.
washed ashore on the Isthmus that ! I newjife
vi<or. It - i
must have had a spread ot thirty-five destroys all « ravinir for ■ ¡L.r.t«. .1 «•••«.
feet. Their power of grasping is
• m «.J r.)• <-
considerable, but touch them in a
certain way and they throw off their ,!<»„.cuuSncp*in.««icM
v • ’
A CURE FOR MALARIA. COUGHS IR PACIFIC COAST WOODS A SPECI/ TY
arms in a regular
shower, and ” are
it • . » .»t,
COLDS and ALL LUNG DISEASES.
A.x „„ ^,..1
__ und*rall cirrumsunres, net
/ ' n>
429 and 431 FOURTH ST ,
soon reduced to an oval body?'— I that gorerna the female «yrt<
For Salr by all DriigtciM* an«
AIT IMMEDIATE AND PXR1CA-
It costa only fl. per Lottie or
! dnusrrts, Acv advice require,
» . epertal
'1 ' r
1TE1TT CUTIE FOR COUOHS, COLDS,
names of many who hau b
T. A. R obinson .
There is nothing sometimes like ! the
I W. K. ('« MMMLAM. J*.
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CR0CT, Df-
|kl I I STARCH
health by the nae of the VcgeUu p ■ -npc . ? P*r*e/ ’
newt beverage« known an<l cau be «old
hitting the nail on the head. At a obtained by at'dreeaia^ lira ».th Uap.L1^1 ha
FLUEHCA, CATARRH. LOSS OF
■Ml | | AMMONIA
recent tire in Ottoway some one sent at her home In Lynn, Mam.
'ithout Obtaining a Liquor Li’«w.
VOICE, tKCH’IEJTT CONSVMTTION,
a telegram to the owner who was in unwurp«a*»d aa abundant teatimom t a al ow, k md ta
and all Diajaaei of the Throat and
Boston, saying: “Premises all on . *• Mr«. Pinkham'« Liver PlUa," ta; s one * I
Luna. Aak for the California Pul
C ream T artar am B i -C mb .S oca
tire; what shall we do?” The answer ; fke beat «** tht woi-to for the cure of 0oo8, ■' •*»
monary Balaam, and take no o*hor
« ••— of
-• the •* l‘ —
York & Charleston, 8. C.
1 Btliou<es<M and - Torpidity
came promptly, “Put it out.”
Purifier work* wonder»
rp»-« ial ne
f s rprr^al
nei mmi t I 4
A woman living in Kahoka, Mo., has I , u. All
?1« *" ta “
must r e«pe .t her aa an An^el of Mercy whose a
.1. R. «1
only one eye. ana that ia in the mid-1 . ambition
*" la to dugod
Life Scholarships, $7d
| nutetteipkia. Pa.
Mm A.«. t
die of her forehead.
Pari tic < •
ar send fob cikcci ar . _< j
Most Perfect Weekly Published.
CALIFORNIA WIRE WORKS,
Ammen’s Cou^¡ Syrup.
REDINGTON & GO.,
Mon Bros J Co.
r 1 ’<