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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1894)
A MOTHKlt'S OPINIOX.
Take no Substitute for
Royal Baking Powder.
It is Absolutely Pure.
All others contain alum or ammonia.
Coaches In Franos.
Aa regards the history of coached
ha. France. Henry IV was assassinated
in 1610. Soon after hia death some
mfrramntm worfimihlishfirl rfvnrfisfint-
mg him being murdered in his car
.riage by Ravaillac. It is from these
. that Boubo has had the sketches of
the three carriages on his plate 172
They are . simply square boxes,
measuring by scale 6 feet in length
by 3J feet in width, on four wheels
ef the same diameter, without any
springs or straps, and seating six per
lons in all namely, two with their
Dacks to the horses, two facing them,
B,nd two more, one on each side of
the two "boots," at the sides. Each
vehicle had a roof resting on light
columns and curtains to draw or to
This agrees well with the received
account of the incident, according to
one version of which Henry rode in
an open carriage, and according to
another that as soon as the fatal
blow was delivered by the assassin
the king's attendants, who rode with
mill ill mo uttrrragtJ, uiow wit cur
tains, and hiding the king from pub
lic view assured the enraged people
that he was only wounded. Note
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AN AUBUEN MIRACLE.
AN ACT OF HEROISM IS FOL
LOWED BY DIRE RESULTS.
Edward Donnelly Saves a life Almost
at the Cost of His Own After Years
of Suffering He Is Restored to Health
His Story as Told to a Reporter of
the Auburn Bulletin. , .
Auburn (N. Y.) Bulletin.
It is on record that upon a chilly April
day, a few years ago, an eight-year-old
boy fell into the East river at the foot of
East Eighth street, New York, and when
all enorts to rescue mm Had laiiea,
Edward Donnelly, at risk of his own
life, plunged into the water and, when
himself nearly exhausted, saved the boy
from drowning. It was a humane and
self-sacrificing deed, and received de
served commendation in all the, news
There is a sequel to this accident, how
ever, which thus far has not been pub
lished. It is to the effect that Donnelly
was paralyzed as a result of the cold
plunge and came near dying. Auburn
people have known the family, his wife
Vw' A rvtnJn 2.n4-Wnn .1 1.,'-
uciuk auiAiiun umuiiJau nuu 1110 dio-
ter Mrs. S. D. Corry of 21 Moravia street,
Donnelly himself describes the rescue
and the result :
"I was general foreman of the F. A,
Mulgrew Saw Mills, foot of Eighth street,
New York, on the East river. It was on
the 20th of April. 1889, that the boy fell
into the river and I rescued him from
drowning. At that time I was in the
water so long that I was taken with a
deathly chill, and soon became so sut
fened up and weak that I could neither
work nor walk. For some time I was
under treatment of Dr. George McDon
ald, who said I had locomotor ataxia,
He finally gave me up. and on the 1st of
June, 1892, my wife and I came up to
" When the disease first came upon
me the numbness began in my heels,
and soon the whole of both my feet be
came affected. There was a cold feeling
across the small of my back and down
wards, and a sense of soreness and a
tight pressure on the chest. The numb'
ness gradually extended up both legs
and into the lower part ot my body.
felt that death was creeping up to my
vitals. I was still taking the medicine
('it was iodide of potassium,' said his
wife), and was being rubbed and having
piasters put all over my body, but with
" I sent to the Chas. H. Sagar Com
pany, the popular Auburn druggists and
chemists, at 109 ai.d 111 tienesee street,
and got three boxes of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People and began tak
ing them. ' In three weeks' time I was
so improved that from being helpless, I
was able to help myself and to get up
and go to work, and to walk every day
from No. 74 Walnut street, where I then
lived, to Osborne's New Twine factory,
Seymour and Cottage streets more than
a mile where I was then employed, but
all the while I was taking Pink Pills.
" Then Dr. Patchen of Wisconsin, an
uncle of my wife, who was here on a
visit, began to poo-hoo at me for taking
Pink Pills, and finally persuaded me to
stop taking them and let him treat me
When he returned to the West he left a
prescription with Dr. Hyatt of Auburn,
who also treated me. But their treat
ment did me no good, and after a while
the old trouble returned and 1 was get
ting badmgain. Then I began to take
Pink Pills; have taken them ever since:
am taking them now ; have taken in all
nearly twenty boxes at an entire cost of
less than $10 (my other treatment cost
me a pile oi money;, and again l am
well and able to work.
"If I was able, I would at my own
expense publish the virtues of Dr. Will
iams' Pink Pills to the whole world, and
especially in New York city, where I am
much better known than I am here."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple without doubt mark the beginning
of a more healthful era. They were first
compounded by an eminent practitioner
and used as a prescription for many
years in general practice with almost in
credible success. Thejr are now given to
the public as an unfailing blood builder
and nerve restorer, curing all forms of
weakness arising from a watery condi
tion of the blood or shattered nerves,
two fruitful causes of almost every ill
that flesh is heir to. These pills are also
a specific for the troubles peculiar to fe
males, such as suppressions, all forms of
weakness, chronic constipation, bearing
down pains, etc., and in the case of men
will give speedy relief and effect a per
manent cure in all cases arising from
mental worry, overwork or excesses of
whatever nature. The pills are sold by
all dealers, or will be sent post-paid on
receipt of price (50 cents a box, or six
boxes for $2.60 they are never sold in
bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Schenectady,
A Terrible Prediction.
The press is much given to indulg
ing in Cassandralike predictions of
impending evil. For instance, there
Is an item going the rounds of the
press to the effect that there are
8,000,000 piano players in the United
States, and they can elect any man
president on whom they may unite.
What a terrible prediction I But it
is not likely to be realized. Yet
there are people who sit upon the
eggs of borrowed trouble until they
eventually hatch out the genuine
chickens. -"-Texas Sif tings.'
When he begins to say it was his
fault, and she begins to declare it
was hers, walk softly out of the
room. That is the kind of a differ
ence of opinion that leads to an agree
ment. --Atchison Globe.
They explained why it was Cheaper to
Use False Syntax.
The telegraph operators were telling sto
ries again last night. The tall man, who
has held a key all over the country, had the
"You see a good many jokes in the pa
pers," said he, "about the culture of Bos
ton and the habit people living there have
of using big words and correct grammar
and all that. Most of you think that these
jokes have no foundation in fact. Now, I
know better. I was receiving clerk in the
Western Union office there a good many
years ago, and some of the messages hand
td In to me were corkers. .
"One summer I had the cable window.
One day two women dressed in black and
greatly agitated came in and inquired the
rate per word to London. . I told them it
was 28 cents. They consulted for a minute,
and then one of them asked for a blank. I
told them where the blanks were, and one
of them wrote a message. The other took
It and read it two or three times.
"Then she came over to the window and
asked again how much it was a word to
London. 'Twenty-eight cents,' I told her.
She looked at the message dubiously. The
other woman came up to her and said,
'Don't you like it? ' ,
" 'No,' she said, 'I don't like it. That
form is improper. You say that Charles
suicided this morning, when it should be
said that Charles committed suicide this
morning.' - . . -
" 'But,' said the other, 'if we put it in that
way we will save 88 cents.' .
"The woman who objected turned this
proposition over in her mind for a long
time. Finally she said, "I don't think
that such syntax is excusable.'
"The other took the blank and read the
message a few dozen times. 'We're poor,'
she said decisively, after studying it in all
its phases, 'and we can't save 28 cents any
"This partially convinced the woman
who objected. 'But what will our friends
think f she asked dubiously.
" 'I suppose they will notice it, but we
can't help that.' Then the two women re
tired to one corner of the room and had a
consultation. After talking earnestly for
10 minutes they wrote out another message.
So help me, this is the way I got it: 'Charles
suicided this morning. False syntax used
because it is cheaper.' ,
"And they paid me 28 cents a word for it.
All of which," continued the tall operator,
"illustrates one of the curious ways In
which a woman's mind works." Buffalo
Express. , ' -
. ; : 7T
He Knows Better Now.
Mr. Clerkly gets a little spot of ink on
bis coat. . -
Appearance of the spot after Mr. Clerkly
has taken the adviceof several friends as to
its removal from the coat. He will now en
deavor to remove the coat from the spot.
Giving; a Free Prescription.
Tramp I jus' dropped in, mum, to offer
my new cure for indigestion, dyspepsia and
kindred ailments, mum. It may prove a
great blessing to your family, mum, and I
charge you nothing for the prescription.
Housekeeper Well, I must say that s rea
sonable enough. . What is the cure?
Tramp Live on plain food and give your
rich and indigestible dishes to the poor.
I'm the poor, mum. Tit-Bits.
"Are you pleased with Robbie's school?"
"Yes. I have only one objection."
"What is that?" .
"That the children are not kept until 6
o'clock." Chicago Inter Ocean.
Couldn't Look at It That Way.
Tramers I regard my wife's piano play
ing fad as a joke. You ought todo the same
with your wife's.
Framers Tramers, you have never heard
my wife play. Chicago Record.
Paderewskl'i Endurance. r ' " '
M. Paderewski. the night before a re
cital in London, practiced all uight, or.
at least, until 8:30 a. m. The morn
ing after the recital he went to Chelten
ham, where he played the same after
noon before a densely packed audience.
He exhibited no fatigue. --.New Xorli
Sun. ' ' - '
SMALL BUT EFFECTIVE, ,
Was the little Monitor that met the Merri
mac at Hampton Roads. So too are Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, effective in conquer
ing the enemy disease. When you take a
pill it's an important point to nave them
small provided they have equal strength
and efficacy. You find "what you want in
these little liver pills of Dr. Pierce. They're
ut up in a better way, ana tney act in a
etter way. than the huee old-fashioned pills.
What you want when you're "all out of
sorts" grumpy, thick-headed and take a
gloomy view of life, is these Pellets to clear
up your system and start your liver into
healthful action. Siok Headache, Bilious
Headache. Constipation. Indigestion, Bilious
Attacks, and all derangements of the liver,
stomach and bowels( are prevented, relieved,
and cured. Put up in sealed glass vials, and
always fresh and reliable.
James William Craig. Esq.. of Qeoraetoum.
Ky., says: "My wife thinks your little 'Pel
lets ' are the greatest pills out."
Mrs. L. A. Lyford, proprietress of
"The Hollywood," 116 Turk street, San
Francisco, says: " I am absolutely
amazed at the great good Calderwood's
Rheumatism Cure did my daughter
Fannie. She was afflicted in her feet
and ankles with inflammatory rheuma
tism, and had to use crutches to get
about. My family physician treated her
for several weeks, but the . girl grew
worse, and so I sent $5 to the office ol
Calderwood's Rheumatism Cure, on the
corner of Market and Fourth streets, and
soon a messenger came back with three
bottles of the remedy, which she began
using, and before the medicine was gone
she had thrown atfay her crutches, and
is now sound and well. ,
A prominent manufacturer of arti
ficial eyes has unburdened himself
on what he considers a grievance.
He says that the public, and there
fore opticians, will no longer pay the
price for a good and well' made arti
cle, and that the market is being
flooded with "cheap foreign rub
bish." He alleges that the cheap eyes
crack after very few weeks' wear.
Pursuing the subject further, we are
informed that summer time is the
best season for the sale of artificial
eyes. People are at that time of the
year more particular as to their , ap
pearance and discover more readily
that the artificial eye is beginning to
lose its pristine perfection. Another
point is that there are many people
walking about whose outward ap
pearance suggests that they are in
full possession of both visual organs,
but have not even one. "I have
fitted," said the manufacturer,
"scores of people with two glass
eyes." The innocent deception is the
more successfully carried out owing
to the fact that the blind, from force
of habit no doubt, look or appear to
look one full in the face when talk
ing. London News. .
' Mongols of Koko Nor.
The Mongols of Koko Nor are tall
and fierce . looking,',; though they
proved amiable when friendly. . The
men ' shave their heads. . Both men
and women dress in a gown of sheep
skin,' girded round the waist, high
boots of felt and skin, bound below
the knee with a leathern strap or
cotton garter, and long white felt
coats, which they wear over the
sheepskins when it rains. Their sum
mer hat is of white felt, in shape
something like the top hat worn by
the old Welsh market women. The
cap they wear in winter is of white
astrakhan, shaped like a sugar loaf,
with a red and green cotton brim.
The women dress their hair in little
plaits, more than a hundred, caught
together at the ends in a wide band
of colored cloth, which is embroid
ered with gay silks and gold thread,
and studded with coral and turquoise,
silver coins and brass buttons, which
they get from Lassa. The tents are
round, the inner sides of trellis work,
the top of wooden ribs, giving an um
brella shape, and the whole covered
with white felt, with an aperture for
a 6mall door of wood, and a hole in
the roof to let out the smoke. Na
THE COMPLEXION OF A ' CHINESE
Is not yellower than that of an unfortunate in
dividual whoe liver complaint has assumed the
chronic form. The eyeballs of the fufferer as
sume a saffron hue, there is dull pain iu the re
gion of the organ affected, the tongue is coated,
breath 8 -ur, sick headaches usua ly hut not al
ways occur, and there is sometimes dizziness on
arising from a sitting posture. Constipation
and dyspepsia are also attendants of this very
common ailment, always in its aggravated form,
liable to Dreed aoscesses ot trie liver, wutcn are
verv dangerous. Hostetter's Stomach Biiters
wholly eradicates it, as well as the troubles
complicated with it and which it oiiginates.
In chi Is and fever, a complaint wnlch always
yields to the Bitters, the liver is seriously in
volved. This fine alterative tonic removes cos
tiveness and indigestion, rheumatic, nervous
and kiduey trouole and debility. . - '
The Order of the Garter "Give me a yard
and a half of red silk elastic, plea-e."
Coughs, colds and sore throat quickly
relieved by "Brown's Bronchial Troches.
25 cents a box.
Chicagoans themselves can hardly have
known how wicked they were until Editor Stead
told them about it.
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One and all bear witness to Allcock's
Pernors Plasters as invaluable for, their
James Robinson, the athletic trainer at
Princeton College, Princeton, N. J., says:
" I have found it imperative to have pure
and simple remedies on hand in case of
cuts, bruises, strains, sprains, colds, rheu
matism, etc. enortly after entering upon
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in Allcock's Pobotjs Plasters. I tried
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ing the muscles or tendons in the lens and
feet sometimes weaken. This can invaria
bly be relieved by cutting the plaster in
uarruw BLnjiB, su as mj give live iiiukiuu
ana applying on muscles anectea."
Bbamdbetu's Pills rectify the secretions,
A man who drives away customers The cab
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BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOB CA
TARRH THAT CONTAIN MERC CRY,
As mercury will surely destroy the sense of
smell and completely derange the whole system
when entering it through the mucous surfaces.
Such art. cles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will-do is tenfold to tne good you
can possibly derive from them. Hull's Catarrh
Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo, u., contains no mercury, and is taken inter
nally, acting d rectlv udoii tne blood and mu
cous surfaces of the -system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It
is taken internal y and made in Toledo, Ohio
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials flee.
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Only a Scar Remains
Scrofula Cured Blood 'Purified by
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: " '
"It is with pleasme that I send a testimonial
concerning what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for my daughter. It is a wonderful medicine
and I cannot recommend it too highly. Sarah
who is fourteen years old, has been
Afflicted With Scrofula
ever since she was one year o'd. For fljro years
she has had a running sore on one s de of hei
face. We tried every remedy recommended, but
nothing dirt her anv good until we commenced
using Hood's Sarsaparilla. My married daughter
auvisea me to use tiooa s Barsaparuia oecause
it had cured her of dyspepsia. She had been
troubled with that complaint since childhood.
and since her cure she has never been without, a
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla in the houe. We
commenced giving it to sara i aiout one year
ago, ana u nas conquered me running sore,
Only a Scar Remaining
as a trace of the dreadful disease. Previous fr
taking the medicine her eesjgbt was artw-tt d
but now she can see perfectly. In connection
with Hood's Sarsaparilla we have used Hood's
Vegetable Pills, and find them the best." Mrs.
Maria Griffin, Xenla, Illinois. Cet Hood's
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache,
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Tf ia nnlrl rn n. guarantee bv ail drue
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