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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1892)
Pay the Price of the
Royal for Royal only.
Actual tests show the Royal Baking
Powder to be 27 per cent, stronger than
any other brand on the market. If an
other baking powder is forced upon you
by the grocer, see that you are charged
the correspondingly lower price.
The pav roll of oflicers ami sailor in
the United States navy this year will
amount to nearly eight millions of dol
lars. The feeding and clothing of the
men will cast another million and a half.
This estimate does not include the officers
nidi meu of the revenue cutter service.
A STORY OF THE "BAREFOOT BOY.'
Cn Haverhill's pleasant hill there played,
gkiuie seventy year avo.
In turned up trousers, battered hat.
Patches and freckle and all that
The barefoot boy we know.
He roarued hi berry flekls content,
But while, from bush auJ brier,
The nimble feet got many a scratch.
His wit, beneath lis homely thatch.
Aspired to something higher.
Over his dog eared spelling book.
Or schoolboy composition,
Puixling his head with some hard sum,
Going for nuts, or gathering buiu.
He cherished his ambition.
Kind nature smiled on that wise child.
Nor could her love deny him
The large fulfillment of his plan:
Since he who lifts his brother man
In turn Is lifted by him.
He reached the starry hights of peace
Before bis head was hoary;
And now at fourscore years again
The blessings of his fellow men
Waft him a crown of glory.
j. T. Trowbridge.
Tobacco is man s most uni
versal luxury; the fragrant
aroma of Mastiff Plug Cut
starts people to pipe smoking,
pven those who never used
J. B. Pace Tobacco Co., Richmond, Virginia.
POCK some water in the slerrs holding
mnA tio-ht mm h(rt shown OT any
wherssliewhereU.fi lia .earn, andMif 1
Bis water tifrht There are roods in the msriet I
i. k, wiink .teverr team. 1
widSaSi Tower's IMPROVED fil
Mam ind ererytrAere tlu; also not topetUr
ZL-.l --a .,hri.nnrnirri ta make good
any felickerthat fails in either point Therears
two wsts yoo tan tell the Genuine Impmt
Fish Brand Slicker.
1 st. A Soft Woolen Collar.
24. Tfrig Trt nrK (below.)
for both these points I
Hnd for Catalosne free.
A. I. TOW ER. M fr, Boston, H us. I
The Festive Krog.
A frog in the first stages of its career
gives no hint as to what it will eventu
nllv hpcnma. As far as looks ko one
would suppose it was going 10 ue a cat
fish. It spends the first days of its ex-
istpnoe swininiinz about in some pool.
industriously wagging the small tail
that is appended to one end of his little
round. esK-shaped body, uy ana j a
pair of legs begin to stick out from
under its vest, xnese it uses tor a uuio
to kick with, and then moves them up
r-Wn tr its collar to make way for its
loner and esculant hind legs.
. . .... .... ,
It is then that the little urtgni eyeu
fellow disclaims any further relationship
with his tail, and even goes so far as to
cut its acquaintance entirely, and quits
the water forever except for bathing
purposes. Taking up its abode on the
lanil it anon crows into an article of
commerce much sought after and prized
by epicures. Philadelphia Times.
IMPROVEMENTS IN ENGLISH.
BnggetUis About Words That May ne
Improved by Simpler Spelling.
We need not go the length of the fun-
Htics of nhonottcisni (who would spell
wife vf. ktuHi nee, and write eye lit uio
name manner its the personal pronoun 1)
to desire n change in the eiH'llmg of many
Knglish words which ure a nUiinliliiitf
block to foreigners ns well as to natives.
The instances of "plough," "though,"
enough," " trough," " cough,"
douch." "ought," in which seven words
the letters ought to have seven different
Bounds, nro more than suflioiont to prove
that reformat ion in splhng is highly
desirable, and that plough out to In) writ
ten and printed plow; through, thru ot
throo; enough, enuf; borough, burrow ot
burro; cough, cawf; dough, doe, and
ought, nut or ort with the r quiescent.
In like manner the verb "to uo ought
, . . . . . i it .. i
to bo written "to on or -to uoo, unu
the past tense of "to road ought not to
be spelled in exactly the same manner tia
the present tense of the same verb; but
I did read (pronounced i room kiioiiki ihj
written phonetically; and 1 did eat (pro
nounced I ett, or I ate) should follow
the same rule. Why the double 1 should
necessarily bo employed in the words
spell, well, bell, smell, fell, and many
others, while one 1 is considered u in
dent i.i rebel, propel, excel, repel, expel,
tc. is not apparent to ordinary intelli
gence, or explicable by any piuioiogicai
nn.l ptvmoloL'ical reasons,
Whv English writers, talkers and
printers should persist in ignoring tin
- 1 ... ,
past tenses of so many veros in uauy use
passes comprehension, so needless and so
anomalous h the lazy and Incorrect
habit into which some good writers, at
well as the vulgar, have permitted them
selves to fall. "I bid ban do it now, u
correct, but "I bid him do it yesterday,
iu which the present tense is used in
stead of bade in the jKist, is an indefens
ible corruption. Among the verbs which
have been deprived of their past tensei
and their preterites may be specified tc
bet, to beat, to let, to spread, to shed, to
cut, to put and to shut
There are no grammatical or any
other reasons why they should not hav
been among the verbs which have inflec
tions in other languages, but never had
in F.nclish. thoutrh they ought to have
had if intelligent grammarians had had
the original ordering of the language.
Tan" and "must" have not even the in
finitive "to can" and "to must." "Can'
has a past tense ("could"), but no future,
which can onlv lie rendered by the para
phrase "I shall be able" or "it will be in
mv power." "Must" has neither a past
nor a future "I must do it today" ha
to be put into the past tense by th
roundabout locution, "I was obliged to
do it," or "It was necessary that I should
do it;" while the future of the verb fal
loir, which, in the corresponding case,
in the more precise language of th
French, is il faut, becoming il faudra iu
the future, is in English only to bo ex
A REMAKKA'eiLt LET TtK.
Prominent rrfliiiml Man's Kstr
To tht FJitor, Sin, As my name nd
face have appeared hi your paper mid
KKillT OK WltOMI.
Which will ve have? It doc seelll ik It wuie
(oiks prefer tu'liun1 tin1 lt omidltloii nl theilver
rather than the tlr-l. They ieicliiully dose
llumiwlvon till puiniilhes tulaiiy twinum vir
tun ulinmilm nl llcr trtiul'lc. Hi Mullet s
HUmmcli Hi Iters Is Urn urri'w,ul ciimlhhilo lor
(In. peoples I'ltiilre, mtu yi'l, mimiiiu' aim ncu
kllilwll ll II 1, tlll'IV I0 llllllll'llllillll'" Willi kl'l'l
the nub lie prints hi o v, and its ninny oi ..n tryinii in' timstie n-ini'iu n hhbi !
Hie pvu in i i , . I ....,,1..r!u U In to i In- Int.- llm-nt iM.iili-ii ut tin' nil-lli- tlmt
my profess until liethion me worn e n g w(i klmwu (im, ,,..,,,, ,.,,,.,., ,,,, ( ,
at it, I (eel it onlv Just that t hUuiii-i M,i.bi. in-umui kIh-iiI-i in-unl-ii'-l i-y
nmUn mi exnlanation. The statenient i.i-ru-ni-i In tln nmiii-r i-f im-tii-riiion. "Tin-
i l- I I , , ,. ,,. U-.I4 uuidii ten -rl Hiit-U- In i-ur f-'-'l ! l'"' lanii'iit i-ssiK-rli-nrt',
published over nty n.uiu was nun e ion t tin-vnriy r.-uiiuii.vin.iy
. I .... 1 t.t liiii.m.
years ago, tutor long ana uumin um-o-tigation,
and I have never changed my
mind as to the l;iet then stilted. At thut
time I said, us a physician, that I be-li.-ved
Warner's Safe t'uie wits the best
of all known preparations tor the
troubles it was advocated to cure, una i
nn. I know it is considered the
proper thing for the medical profession
tO uecrv proprietary huh uhibi
Used articles j but why should they do
.at A the lute lr. J. O. Holland,
writing over his own luuno in iSeribiKT'i
Monthly, sahi: , ,
"It is a fact that many of the best
proprietary medicines of the day are
more successful than many physician-,
and most them were first discovered
nr iim.vI in ai tual medical practice ; when,
however, any person knowing their vir
tue and forseolilg tneir ipmaruy bc
..,a mill u,lvirtisot them, in the opinion
.,f 1ia liiriiti-.l all virtue went out of
t!m-" . ..lit
iw linllnnd was an educated physi
cian, an unprejudiced olwerver, ami he
.,ul. mm liroad and iinusuitl experi
ence. Proprietary medicines should not
h .l.w-ri...l. The evidences of their value
are overwhelming. 1 have soon patients
recover from snivel, inflammation ot
t,ahi,i,l.W. and llriirht'a disease after
,c t Wiimer'a NiM t ure. OM-ti mien
all other treatment had failed
hiafr-ink and outspoken state
rh interest of humanity and
because I know it to be true. 1 trust for
the same reason you will give it to the
II. t . V , V .... .
A'o. Ii Witt aw-ewmHtt.. Ntv Yark, Hatch I.
Tlie Central islioo lilucktng institute In
Berlin undertakes to clean boots and
shoes for its clients as Often as required
between C a. m. and 0 p. in. for monthly
payments at the rate of fifty cents a
month for men and thirty-five cents for
women. Half rates are giveu when sev
eral members of one family subscribe.
ih-iIihI, nn.l tin- I'M'liinmlton is im-uimnl wllh
I rut li. Knr over a llilnl nl a t'eliliuy lln Ullli-m
Its tlx- luts tni't Willi llii' in-U'rwllu-iii i'i imin'
iilli'llliK (rum liver i-miil'liillil, liniliirlii, i niill-
i-utliiii, tlii-iiiiiiillxai. ili'lillily hi, a iri'ii ii.-s in-ooiiii-kiiIi'iI
hy ilyM-ila Latterly I liu" ill"
fliireit ItieK Hint lvn llionniKlily ii'imiviHl as a
reim-ily tur " In K'Mi"'-
Mm. Uniun - 1 llinlliilit Veil anlil It was Hie lit-
tie In iv lie-it ilui-r who was nuikliiii all tin- hhIm'T
l.ltlle Ji-IiiiiiIi- So II was, ma. l was m-iuing
Hint Willi a atlek.
ITKOiM M li!
" lOOllANUK BT.
IIK.MUV WAIlll HKIU'IIKK
IIhiioki.vn, N. Y.,(
I'VI). II, I-.). I
I have used Ai.i.iim k's Pi.ahtkhm for
some years lor niyneii ami laiuuy, ", '
far as able, for the many sullerers whouomo
to us for assistance, and have found them
a genuine relief for most of the aches and
iikinu tn u'tnett neaii in nt-ir. i iinvf n'"
A 1 1 . Plastkrm for all kind of luiiie-
i..w. mi,) iientii ltnin. ii Mil lv IVeiiuent ex
periments lind Unit tliey can control many
...,u..u i ,i,,t ii,,i iii vtinr iili'iuiltirK.
i-i... ...,,., u tii.iiui v tiiNtiiiinti in i nine
im-iiwi, ....... w..-. - ,
nvnp elvnii in liivitr ot iinv I'lnsler, ami II
- - - . . i . i .. ....
my name has neen use-t to reetiiuiiieiiu nnj
other, it Is wiinout my ttiiiiiorit v r i-uu
tloll." MBS, 11 KN HT AKI) HKKl IIKB.
it t liiiiuilliln tn remain limit iiiii-eeiii le-l
The devil will K't hd" '"" " tllit line ilees
i i v ly f . , i'
Bvith tlia metliotl ami rcsiills whpn
fyrup of Fig it taken; it is ileitHitnl
uJ refreshing to tin) Innte, iunl Kl
rfmtlyyet promptly on I ho Jvuineys,
Liver Btnl lJowels, clcaiiHCH tlio Bra-
ton! cflbctuaiiy, tlisiicla onMs, lieml-
iches and lcveri oml cure immttiri
loiistHmtion pernmnciitly. For salt)
iu COoaml fl bottle by ull ilriiejgiKf
CALIFORNIA HO SMUP CO.
s mitiCMCO. ci.
louisviuc, r. i w rottx, u t.
Tins ('RFATO H'l'.ll CI'Kl", tins wcceis
!ulCt)NSUMI'TIO.N' t'UKK is mtil by thai:-
ists on ft piwitive Rtiaran're, a tril that no otliri
I'tiie cim atanrl nuceiifnlly. If yu hive t
roUGII. IIOARSKNKSS or I.A CKHTlt, it
vill rure ymi pnntiiilly. 11 yr child liu the
CKOl'P or SviKlOI'KH; X)l'i;U, line it
niii kly and relief U sure. If you fear LON
Ju M i'T U N, don't wait unt il your ca-.e is ho;.
.m, but take tliitCure lit once sud rr f ive im.
nediate help. Urge lxtile $k. mid $t.oo.
rravclcrr convcninil ptvket ' 25c. A-k
our drtiggi-.t forSMlI-O) I'S CUKK. If y;i
iinf ate Mire or hack lame, ums Sliiloh's Vur-
us I'lns'ert, Price, SJC
llitiiitinl Hollars' reward lor any
ea-et't eatarrli that fatuiot be cured by taking
Hall's Calami I lire. n
K .1 I tlr.t.l i-ll l'.. ini .i iiiiiii",
u.. ti,,, i,ii.i..riiiuil. iinve know 11 r, J. i ntuier
(or the last llitet n yearn, aint t-elti-vw him t-er-
teet y hoimratU' in an imaiiiemi ii.i-w"u
llliauelaliy aine m vai rjr.'V",""7 ,'
niaUo by tlie'r llrra. r..-i v i itiaa.
nlinltwa'P I'riiKKiawi iuii--i-'. v.
WAI l'INd, KINNAS M M AltVIN,
Wholesale DriiKKlals, lolwlo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Curt) ts laseu liiterttally, aelliiB
directly Uxiu the liloml anil mucous suriaees m
Hie syaletit. IVatlnuiniaia Mitn m-e. i iii, m
cents a bottle, riolil by all ilrtiKKl't.
fe Knamellno Wov l"ollsh; no dust, no smoll.
Tbt Qkrmia for breakfast.
Mrs. Humphrey Wards eldest son,
Arnold, is Raid to be a literary prodigy.
He is only I I years of ago. He recently
sent an essav to a magsziue and received
a check for $50 and a letter of thanks.
It is alio said of him that ho read
"Robert F.lsmere" during the first year
of its existence.
In Maine spruce cum now brings to
the men wiio gather it from $1-50 to $!0
a barrel, according to duality. A barrel
weighs about 170 pounds.
Meteorologists and ElrTel's Tower,
French meteorologists, it appears, have nCBP1i iw n naranhrase. expressive both
i j: 1 ,!,. tUn T-;fT.jl tnu-or n-ill I . . , i . I.
jusi. uiacuvctcu nun mo ij.u. ...w. .. ... 0 compulsion ami oungaiioii iu luiumj'
(GAS OB GASOLINE)
Wade for Power or Pumping Purposes.
The Cheapest Reliable Gas Engine
on the ilarkeu
Cut op Engine ano
prove far more valuable to them for ob
servation than was at first imagined,
Indeed, it is said that it possesses most of
the advantages of an observatory built
a mountain. In confirmation of
this it is stated that recently, while a se
vere frost prevailed in the city, a strong,
warm breeze was blowing at the summit
of the tower, and it was three days be
fore this temperature reached the ground.
In no elevated observatory could such
direct vertical observations be made a3
here. Photography will be pressed into
service at this elevated position, as a
matter of course. Journal of Photog
Laws in China.
In China, if any prisoner resists an
officer and strikes the latter so as to draw
blood, the offender shall be strangled. If
a criminal vs ho resists an officer is armed,
and the officer kills him to secure his
person, or if a criminal escapes from
prison or is killed while being pursued,
or if a runaway criminal destroys him
self, the officer shall in no wise be an
swerable for the prisoner s death. In any
case where a criminal is killed, where
the offense charged against him was
punishable with capital punishment, and
the officer had no right to assault or
wound him, the punishment of the police
officer shall not in any case exceed 100
blows. San Francisco Alta.
For Simplicity it Beats the World.
It oils itself from a Eenervoir,
o Carburetor to get out of order.
No Batteries or Electric Spark.
It runs with a Cheaper Grade of Gasoline than any
BBKD FOB CATALOGUE TO
' 405 Sanson Street, San Francisco, Cal.
a Boon to Ladies. No More Woebiment.
ITANSf BLDSSOM SUPPDS UKIbS
A GUARANTEED SAFEGUARD.
Also a Positive Cure for Leucorrhcea,liifl animations
Etc. H 1 per paoknge, six packages $.'j.Ui. Securely
pacKea ana maiicu iite uu iweiiii, ut i-nc.
for circular. Lady Agents Warned. i'.O. Box 221:
Just a bad cold, and a hacking
cough. We all suffer that way some
times. How to get rid of them is
the study. Listen ' 'lama Ranch
man and Stock Raiser. My life is
rough and exposed. I meet all
weathers in the Colorado mountains.
I sometimes take colds. Often they
are severe. I have used German
Svruo five years for these. A few
doses will cure them at any stage.
The last one I had was stopped in
24 hours. It is infallible." James
A. Lee. Tefferson. Col.
Barnnm's Ancient Anecdote.
Barnum himself is an infant in arms
as compared with the age of this story.
It is about the meanest man on earth,
A grocer and general dealer advertised
a drink with each purchase. He took
trade. A mean man came in with
an egg worth a cent and traded it for a
darning needle, also worth a cent. Then
he demanded his drink and took sherry.
He said he always had to have an egg in
his sherry and the dealer broke the egg
he had just received from him in the
sherry. It happened that the egg had
two volks. and so the meanest man de
manded two darning needles because of
the two yolks. Detroit Free Press.
All coins out of harmony with oui
decimal system ought to go, and not
stand on the order of their going,
The gold one dollar and the three dollar
pieces have practically gone out of cir
culation, and this is also true of the three
cent nickel. These three are not in har
mony with our coinage system and mar
its symmetry. The gold coins named
are too easily lost. Washington Star.
Pianos and Organs.
WINTER & HARPER,
71 Morrison Street, Portland, Or.
Cap and Gown Unpopi.lar.
The young ladies of the graduating
class at Colby have taken a step that
must be regretted by all lovers of the
picturesque. They have voted to take no
part in the class day exercises of the
next commencement. They didn't en
joy the spectacle made by their sisters
in mortar board caps and black gowns
last year. Lewiston Journal.
The Eighth hussars of the British army
have a gazelle for "child of the regi
ment." It accompanies the regiment ev
erywhere, and is an especially conspicu
ous figure on the Sunday church purade,
when it accompanies the band, leading
the line with a Btately tread, apparently I
imitated from that of the drum major.
Mr. Hutchluson'S rhotograph.
The cuts printed in somo of the news
papers and labeled "B. P. Hutchinson
were made from sketches taken on tin
run. Not one of them does him justice,
while some of them are little less than
caricatures. The sketches, I dare say,
were made when he was hurrying in hii
business or when he was annoyed. Mr.
Hutchinson has no photograph of himself.
Whether he ever had one made or not
do not know. But I have it from his own
lips that he hasn't a photograph, or
naintine. or a picture of any kind of him
self in existence. A gentleman asked hiui
one day when they were at lunch if In
had never had a picture taken when In
was a bov. Mr. Hutchinson's reply was
"When I was a boy I had no time for any
foolishness cf that sort." Chicago Times.
Love and Transfusion of Blood.
Four year3 ago Frederick Ayres, ol
Racine, Wis., became infatuated with
the lady who is now his wife, but she
preferred some one else. He made way
for her more favored suitor. A few dayi
after her engagement she became ill and
crew worse rapidly. It was tinally tie'
cided that the only thing that could sav
her was the transfusion of blood. Hei
favored suitor was sorry, but he thought
he needed all the blood he had in hii
system. Ayre3 offered himself, and tha
operation was performed with successful
results. The engagement was broken,
and six months afterward Ayres married
the woman. Chicago Times.
A New White Pitch.
A new white pitch for shipbuilders
has been introduced, which, it is claimed,
supersedes the present laborious, expen
sive and inefficient method of white deck
seams by working putty into the seams
with a knife. The peculiarity of tha
white pitch is that it is the only material
hitherto introduced of a white color that
can be run into deck seams in a hot state
like ordinary pitch. The material is es
pecially suitable for hot climates, as it
will stand a sun heat which would cause
ordinary pitch to melt out of the seams.
Some of tht pot boilers to be seen in
our art stores and in private collections
6how so plainly why they were painted
that one cannot help thinking a kitchen
stove should go with every specimen
Pictures are improving in Pittsburg.
So are frames, and if the artists do not
take care, the carver and gilder will soon
be in a position to demand that pictures
shall be painted to suit their frames, in
stead of the other way. t'lttsDurg uui
Hawarden. Mr. Gladstone's country
seat, was invaded one day by a little
olive colored man, making many gestures
and talking a strange jargon; so the ser
vants arrested him as a maniac and pos
sible assassin. Mr. Gladstone was sum
moned to seethe wretch, who turned out
to be a Greek professor, speaking no
English, who had come all the way front
Athens to congratulate the British states
man on knowing Homer's "Iliad" by
Voltaire was a most impatient writer,
and usually had the first half of a work
put in type before tlio second half was
A Michigan mathematician calculates
that 17,500,000 people in the United States
have had the grip.
TK'Hnltt' tht- bif's rt'iMitatliin fur steady devo
tion to on lues 11 b it nuiii-uiiK.
fever and cold in head,
Don't Kive up and say there is no
for catarrh, nay lever
since thousands tentif-
y that f.iy s 1 ream
Halm has entirely cured them.
both in the way it acts, and in tlio
way it's sokl, is Dr. Tierce's Favor
ite Prescription for women.
It acts 111 tins way :
If you'ro weak or " run-down," it
builds you up : if you Buffer from
any of tlio painful disorders and
derangements peculiar to your bps,
it relieves and cures. It improves
digestion, enriches tlio blood, dis
pels aches and pains, brings reiremi-
ol.mr. ami rutnrrH fll'Hll and
111 otvv', . '
Btrcnzlh. Tor all functional weak-
vj; re?,??'.- v " ;
..-.s.-.-... .. A iifcsf.,r"iilliiiiMV,iasJM"'jM
i nave ueeii uuninn . 0 . ;
about twenty yrare; I bad loHt sense oi ncsses ami lrrcguianues, us a pui-
smell entirely, ana i naa annost ve remedy. Hence,
,6' n : u It's .old in thin way :
naa m ki sumo uiio tv "v , . ..
Now I have my hearing as well as 1 ever Jts guaranteed to glVO BatlflfaC'
5tf:"lt?Jri: in every case, or tuo money
to be improving all the time, l linnK mere paiu lor 10 in iviuimwi.
a tintrimtr like I'.lV'B uream ituiitt tur w
iines, Keodrill, Perry
tarrh. Mrs. K. K. Uri
Anmv ha. m inio euuii iiubu u ib o
klv absorbed. Gives relief ut once
Price, 50 cents at druggists' or by mail,
J-.I.T UBIt 1 tl Rft",
50 Warren Htreet. New York.
A Captitln of militia Is known by the company
BDPTtJKE AND PILKS CEKKD.
We positively cure rupture, piles and all rec
ti Hiaomim ivlthnnt nttin nr detention from busi
ness, No cure, no pay. Also all Private dis
eases. Address for pamphlet Drs. Porterueld &
Losey, 838 Market street, san rranctsuo.
Even Juv Gould's f.inner is said to be more
ban usuttlly expert at wittering the stock.
A slight cold, if neglected, often attacks
the lungs. "Brovm'i Bronchial Trochet'
give immediate relief.
it 1. a ivitu. phild that knows hlB own father
hn the old man is dreHBed in a hired bathing
They're the smallest, tlio cheapest,
the easiest to take.
But all that would be nothing,
if thev weren't also the best to
Dr. Pierco's Pleasant Pellets pre
ruul euro Sick Ileadacho. liil-
Headache. Constipation, Indi
gestion, Bilious Attacks, and all
derangements of the liver, stomach
Drs. COLE & CO.
V.G'i Tlilrd Ht., Portland. Or. Tlinlr
Krfiitrlt Method is siiiHtrlor to all
,,ih,.,-a It in, vfi-fulls. All I'lirotilt:
Nerviius, IIIoihI, HKln, Private and
u'uutliii Ilim'iuieH Cured. Nil x-
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Season for Trout Opens April 1 st.
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tr Hend for Illustrated catnloKtie.
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J Victor inouDator co., vumoy, iii.
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certain cure for the debllt
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416-418 FRONT ST., SAN FRANCISCO.
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