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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1886)
DR HENLEY'S UEMEI
out It __ is
Ladles suffering trom n
“But this favorite son was destined to mere is brilliancy, no douot, ____
have the holiest dreams of his youth coupled with misery and unhappiness, Intervatlns Eatrael« Irani Cvreal-Gaasral lessness or any aervous
“I have an Attachment for you,”
immediate rebel an*. I • <
destroyed. He loved the Princess Carla over which the shroud of secrecy hangs,
The lawyer told Ethel one night,
Maine'« Keeeot Beport.
Dr. Henley's Celery.
"And for your affections, I due—
Radziwill, the most beautiful and amia compered with which the humblest cot
Consul-General Raine, at Berlin,
M v Case is of love at drat sight.
ble of all ladies of the Court
But the is a paradise.— H. J. Mooney, in Chicago
embodies in his annual report a series : penitentiary foroue year < l ‘ -u eJ '
equality of her birth was doubted.
'. Tlie News.
“And In my best Sult I have coms
To Court—but,” the lawyer loiy spoke,
of tables from which he deduces inter
J------ _ outshone many a
•*I sit by your stove very dumb
THE WRONG MAN.
house in riches and
esting facts. The population of the
If you have catarrh,
Aud burn your pa’s Blackstone and Coke. German princely
dy — Dr. Sage
glory. Once in the days of the Great
A Green-Looking Stranger who Wore <)u‘ area now comprised in the German
“My Foolscap I wear like a dunce-»
Elector a Hohenzollern had led a Radzi-
1 haven’t the courage to Plead,
Three Confidence Ueu.
empire, which was 24,881,000 in 1816,
will to the alta and pronounced her his
And life will be Brief if this once
“Why, Mr. Smith, how do you do? It had increased to 45,234,000 in 1880,and destroyed by the recent si
You don't take the Will for theII)eel.”
•better half.’ But stricter and more
stringent laws of etique’te and right has been so long since I saw you down at its present rate of increase it doubles
“Consider I’ve ‘popped’ tin< Dedfae
A MOST LIBERA! 0t> tR
swayed now at the ‘Prussian Hof.’ at Alton, that I had almost forgotten once in forty-seven years. This is in
If you will Retain me or not;
O. Ju due how a lover is Tried
T he V oltaic B elt Co Man i,
Who can not Appeal irom his lot,”
indisputable formula of the Hohenzol
anv of the neighboring powers. Great offer to Bend their Celebiat
•‘I’m to'd, sir, you stand at the Rar
lern code had been that onlv tha off up to Jones, who was rather a rustic
B elts and Electric App ia*
And Cross Questions ask,” said the maid, spring of ruling houses and ‘counts of looking man, and shaking him warmly Britain, Mr. Raine says, doubled her
| days’ trial to any man »dieted
“And make people Swear, and you are
by the hand.
Too Fee Bill to live, I’m afraid.”
I vous Debility, Loss of ' 'ai
called—should be declared equal in
“My friend, you are a little off there,” erlands in fifty-two years, Austria in &c. Illustrated pamphk
“O, miss, I Object and I take
Exceptions to all that you say-«
Brown, and sixty and one-half years, Denmark in ope with full particn
this law by his declaration at his second said Jones, “my name is
A Motion to go I shall make
fifty-four years, Belgium in sixty one
If yo 1 do not grant me a Stay.”
con I’in from Janesville.”
years, while France requires two Write them at once.
hundred years to double her population
“Well, then, I won’t Witness you woe.”
SURE CURE FOP I’lFb
but a morganatic
mar much like my old friend Smith that I at present rates. The emigration from
She said, *and my words I withdraw—
I’ll Try you be Cause, Sir, I know
could have sworn that it was he.” And the empire shows a steady and marked
Sure cure for blind, hl-
Your need of a mother-in Law ”
box has cui-d ’
code.’ For five years‘every stone was number one walked hurriedly away.'
—H. C. Dodge, in (Joodall'i Sun.
decrease since 1881, from which fact ten years’ standing. N• j jcil gutter
triupii j ‘ üb
Jones had proceeded but a few blocks Mr. Raine argues that either the eco minutes after using ki’
turned’ to allay scruples and allow the
tl e :i«-M
Prince to fulfill his desires. Influenced when he was accosted by number two. nomical condition of Germany has im ment. It absorbs turn - ■ ays
1) . id -
by Furst Anton Radziwill, the great jur “Well, well! if this isn't my old friend proved, the attractive force of America man Pile Ointment is i- i»-i 4 only ■■ i
ist, Karl Eiclienhorn published a Brown, from Janesville. Whendidvoii has decreased, or Bismarck's colonial and itching of the pri a -■ rarV.
Left all the folks well. I policy is proving snccessful. This pol else. Every box is wai i !«'<<
Emperor William's Love Story and pamphlet defending the equality of tlie oomedown?
gists and sent by mail ■
Kadziwills, but the defense was vain suppose?”
icy is meeting with universal approval per box. W oodard , * 1 i I'. ke a
“My dear sir, you are mistaken. I'm throughout the empire.
sale Agents, Portland,
pitted against precedent and the counter
opinions of other savants. A com not Brown.from Janesville; I’m Greene,
The German Colonial Association,
Prince August from Peru.”
Saerlfleln. 111. Own Feeling, and Wedding promise was proposed.
formed two years ago, spread with
The Campbell or ottrcll c.vlin cu-' : ar
of Prussia should adopt th. Princess in
“ ’Pon my life, but you look just like great rapidity. The first acquisition
Ui Aeeor.lance With th. Wl.lie. of
HJWÌ f/lOSt COihp!
lieu of offspring of his own, but the Mr. Brown, and I am' so anxious to see was made by a Bremen firm of traders,
HI. Father—A Monarch Wor
presses. When yo1 ’.v.kiii a press, takt
shiped Bv Hl. I'eopls.
the area being one hundred German Campbell or Colera
not replace blood.
Number two passes quietly out of square miles in South Africa. The made for hand pFM
P a ..MEH & Hl
Po. Hand. Ur .
“In the meantime the third son of the sight, and soon number three comes traders applied for and received recog
On the 22d of March Emperor Wil King—Charles—had taken a Wei mat across Jones, standing leisurely in front nition from the home Government, and Sole Ag’ts. Campbe and otlrell I n -wu
liam entered his ninetieth year. Think daughter to wife, and the grand-ducal of the hotel. Sure of his cue, he pro other traders speedily followed the
of it! Few monarchs in all history's family claimed priority for even.ual ceeds:
example, possessions being thus ac- I
“Hello, Greene, old boy, found at last! quired in East Africa, Cameroon,
march have sat upon the throne at such children of this union should the oldest
brother persist in his fancy- The ques I’ve been looking all over the city for Angra, Pequena and other South Sea
an age. The heroes who stood at his tion was an earnest and burning one you, and, by jingo, here yon are, Let's
•ide when fighting the "Little Corsican" now. A quarrel for the sue ssion was step around the corner and take some islands. It is proposed that all associ- [
ations and companies which are en
and listened to the peans of Waterloo threatened, which, perhaps, might cn. thing."
deavoring to promote German colonial
“Mein frond, see you anyding in mine interests shall be federated, and the
are few and scattering—the majority danger the stability of the dynasty. At
long since in their graves. Those times last, upon repeated a/inionition of his eye dat green looks? Mine name ish question, Mr. Raine says, will be con- I
counsel, the King, deeply moved, deter Herr Bantelschneider, und I am von
seem so indistinct and remote. The mined to use his authority. 'This was Egypt, und I am already nod long here sidcred at a meeting shortly to be held
French revolution and the continental in 1826. In a letter, full of heartfelt peen. I denk I not know you slioost so in Berlin. The Government had re
wars have been followed by events of sympathy, he recounted to the son all goodor as you knows me, eh? Vas you cently subsidized two lines of steam
ships to run between the parent country
such grandeur that one who beheld them that had been tried, and that nothing denks?”
and the colonies, and a third line has
Thus number three passed on, and, just been established by private enter
assumes, in our fancy, the dignity of a now remained but the hard duty of
patriarch of the days primeval. Far sacrificing himself to the welfare of the when the trio came to compare notes prise between Hamburg and the Congo.
was the thought in that youth, when State and the royal house. The Prince resolved unanimously“that thev had
Mr. Raine describes another colonial
Prussia's future seemed so clouded and received tlie letter from General Witzle- struck the wrong man.”— Lige brown, enterprise of a novel character, which
dim, that he would once dictate terms of bon, and was completely crushed for in Chfogo Ledger.
now is in successful operation. Three
peace to a successor of the mighty Bon the
or four years ago, he says, several hun
aparte. Twenty-five years have ome brave mien, however, and replied
dred thousand tramps infested Ger
and gone since his accession to the on that very eveningthat he would obey.
many and drew from the people many
throne. The rumors—so rife a few In that simple, artless speech, which The Story of a Woman's Life Read From millions annually bestowed in charity.
Some Crumbled Keepsakes.
months ago that the anniversary would penetrated one’s very soul, a speech
A clergyman first suggested the plan
bring his resignation have proved “idle natural to him, he opened his heart to
A woman from her earliest conscious of colonizing these people, and with
creatures o? fancy." The Crown his father. He promised to justify tlie
ness inclines to reminiscence. As she the aid of men of wealth secured tracts
Prince, now a grandfather, awaited trust of the King by subduance of his
of waste or partly-cultivated land in
it with bated breath; but in vain. deep grief and firmness in the presence grows up she stamps each notable Westphalia, where he organized a
Dire changes had succeeded.
i,is- of tlie inevitable, and prayed God to be adventure and each pleasaut friendship “Workmen’s Colony."
marck would have followed his master, with him in this hour of trouble and upon her mind by some token. Our
Local committees were everywhere
as has long been his wish; Moltke, trial. His heart should belong now dime museums, with their meager col formed to counsel Hie withholding of
probably, too. The interests at stake even more than ever to his beloved lection of odds and bits, would pale alms and the bestowal of an equivalent
for Germany were great, and the Em parent, for his touching affection had
sum - to *■
peror remained. Hie sears and deeds helped him in his hard decision, Wit-
The plan worked well, and tramps
Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia.
of a half-< ozen wnrs, the long, eventful zlebeu remarked at the time in his the bottom drawer of a girl’s bureau. were compelled to emigrate to the col-
Ilartaehc, Head* he, Tvoth*«‘he,
Sprain«, Brühe-, ete.. ete.
This site generally devotes to her keep ony
life, a kindness and gentility which few journal: •Whit a father! what a soil.’
PKICL FIFTY * LNTS.
“Three years afterward the Prince sakes. At five she begins storing it were
AT DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Kings have had, explain tl - de, ion
washed, provided with clothing
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. BALTI ROKE, HD.
which is his. llis every excur in is a concluded that union with the Princess with horse-chestnuts and broken bits and
r ______ ___
furnished with employment
pilgrimage of homage. I have stood on Augusta of Weimar which presented of colored pencils given her by dear farm laborers. Gradually in the pro
tlie "Linden” as his simple carriage the royal house witli an heir. Thus a
gress of colonization they found work
whirled by, drawn by the black stal wise Providence taught him to obey friends. Some of these are the mysteries at their respective trades, aud many of
lions, outriders anu footmen absent, and renounce, who should one day rule of the “secrets" which are the life of
when tlie entire pavements seemed an 'the Fatherland with au Emperor's childhood’s freemasonry. Bv ten she them became useful members of society.
has a gold-pieoe, generally bestowed The rest found their way to the work
army obeying the command of -‘front.” - scepter.”
houses. The Emperor aud many influ
Every head was uncov -red. Daily as
Such is a royal love story told bv the by a bachelor uncle, aud perhaps some ential men of the empire took a deep
the guard marches to tlie modest palace court historian.
The Emperor has tokens from friends that are dead. interest in the matter, and at present
behind the monument of Frederick the never forgotten the trying episode of his There are pressed four-leaved clovers,
such colonies are established iu all the
Great the Emperor appears at the his youth. The name Radziwill and Carla pin-cushions with zoological tendencies, colonies and States of Germany.
toric east window to view the assem will still bring the color to his pallid gray-flannel rabbits aud such, a few
Mr. Raine discusses exhaustively the
bled throng. 'The coldest day of winter cheeks. For the Empress, who for more carefully-preserved valentines, some
or tlie hottest of summer does not pre than fifty years has watched his progress bottles that once held perfumery and condition of German trade and indus
vent him. Hundreds are taore -yes, and has been a companion of his ex now present only a fadingrecollection tries and the influences, including the
the broad avenue is lined and biack panding power and glory, he has always to tlie nostrils. At seventeen she has new political policy of theG overnment,
Two 7-column Hand Presses
with the surging mass. Officers proud had tlie greatest respect. But his love, some faded violets, some locks of hair, which are affecting them. He finds
of their chief, foreigners eager for a the only tender passion of his life, lies a few scraps of dried orange-peel, a that manufacturers are complaining
glance at royalty, and the laborer glad buried in the grave of his beautiful
carefully tucked in the furthermost portunity to dispose of their goods. In excellent coudltlon, will be sold
to tell he has seen his King. When tlie “Carla.”
The prices obtained do not yield the
hero one a Y not forbear calling him
CHEAP, unon Rea.ouable Terina.
Tlie military punctuality with which corner, a bundle of notes tied with a
thus— rises from his working-desk be the Emperor disposes of his days is not blue ribbon. As the years pass still the desired profits, but nearly all branches
hind tlie half-drawn curtain and ap devoid of interest. Despite the rigors of
proaches the window the air reverber a winter the like of which Berlin has wedding slippers are laid away in the and new industrial establishments are
PALMER & REY,
ates again and again with hurrahs and seldom seen, he rises at 7:80 every morn drawer which holds the valentines, being erected.— Boston Watchman.
112 and 114 Front street,
applause. His blue eyes kindle with ing, ignoring gown and slippers, incas
pleasure at these marks of devotion. ing himself at once in the military jack pair of the wee'st shoes kicked out at
It has ong been the manner of the et. During his breakfast of coffee, Carls heel, and a silken curl, which shows a
Hohcnzollerns to mix witli their sub bad wafers and biscuits, his body physi silvery gold in the light. After this A High-Toned German Ban<p>«t In the
jects, and nothing contributes so to cians, Privy Councilor von Lauer and the keepsakes ¡ire fewer, and are oftener
The Germans, always celebrated for
tli^if popularity. How many soldiers Dr. lAJUthold, his opulent favorite, ap the souvenirs of sad days than of glad
and sfavengel-» relate their inter pear to examine the physician’s condi ones. Finally, after a long time, some heavy eating, furnish us with some
views with •’Our Fritz!’- The poor tion, retiring without delay if nothing one lays away in the drawer a thumbed curious culinary items. Iu the middle
man does not feel tlie difference proves unsati.-Lu-tory. Af’er “coflee'" red testament, with a lock of gray hair ages the goose was the grand dish
between himself and Monarch when —a name by which breakfast always and a thread-thin wedding ring. Then among them; but they also ate crows,
given so many opportunities to look at goes in Germany -he opens his letters the drawer is locked.—Boston Globe.
ing Sickness, Convulsions, St. Pitua
him and see him at work; and he loves anil reads his papers, as one may call it.
Dance, Alcoholism, Opium Hating,
terns—these last-named dishes being
A ROYAL MIDDY.
him more. Those outbursts of enthusi I h 'WK a selection of seraps from the
Scrofula, and ai . l
asm have strange eft'oets upon one born
Short History of the Two Noble Houses of
e sea," where homage is ex especially for His Majesty's use. No
the goose. The geier or European vul
Which He Is a Scion.
t'T'. T° Clergymen, Lawyers, Literary Men,
otic to our institutions and traditions. reader aids b in at this - something which
The grandson of the Emperor of ture, the dog-fish, the dolphin and
Merchants, Bankers, Ladies and all whose acó
Yet one falls into it naturally, and fronts few Gernuyis of ninety could say. On
entarv employment causes Nervous Prostrat ion,
and cheers as lustily as the devoutest certain days of the week, regular as the Brazil was recently visiting New Or roast guinea pig was considered a verv
Irregularities of the Blood, Stomach, Bowels or
kidneys, or who require a nerve tonic, apiietixer
“runnings of the hour-glass," the re leans and received royal honors from
great delicacy. All their foods were
or stimulant, D ujardin ' s X krvine is im aluabie.
An incident of the Emperor’s youth, ports of the palace dignitaries arc laid the people of the Crescenf City. While highly spiced; and sauces were endless
f-íf'To L a dibs —On account of its preve n merits
known but recently by the public for before h in and subjected to tlie most the young man is only a midshipman
it is recommended and prescribed bv thu best-
in their variety, three or four kinds
the country. One says: *“ It w< rk-
tlie first time, has been freely com thorough scrutiny.
At mid-day tlie in rank, he is a scion of two of the old being served up with each dish. In
like a charm and saves much nain. It will cun;
mented drain of late,
Treitschke pre- military reports begin to come in, last
entirely the worst form of falling of the uterus
Lucorrhoea.irregularan.l painful Menstr-iratio-
rented it his Gorman history—the pas ing for nearly an hour. These are the est reigning houses in the world. The cloves, ginger, garlic, saffron and
all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and I leers
sage which I trail ato below:
old soldier's delight. Between one and house of Braganza. above four hundred
all Displacementsand the ennse
of the Crown Prince two “audiences, as they are technically years old in its own name, is descended pimento contended for the masterv,
quentspinal weakness, and is especially «lapted
remaining ch ih
, one was compelled
from the old Portugese Kings, and better the cook.
^.Thousands pro«-him it the most wonderful
e possibility of the ages of importance; beginning his drive through them from one of the heroic
sustained a sinking • t-r.eiiL
Of course, the great art was to ar
V&Price, $1.50 per bottle.
ng upon l*i mce shortly after two. accompanieaby Prince
' w i Ilian
on the king
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGIHTS
scale of piquancy. So great, indeed?
,t to every Upon his return shortly after three so who built up the little kingdom by
SNKIX, H k ITOHU & WOODAKU.
W holesale Agents. Porland, Or.
self -'a chip o'clock Count Herbert Bismarck, under sixty years of stout battle, and who was the passion for highly-flavored
thful and in-
ely more four to five is the invariable dinner the year 1147. The Brazilian branch ance of musk ia their dai!v rations.
The most fashionable wines were those
knightly hour. This the family partakes of in of the family, in consequence of inter
a army’s familiar gossip, the Emperor returning marriage. is also descended from St of Chios, Cyprus and other Greek vin
from tages; but. as highly-flavored foods re
list of diseases
id kind, to work at its finish. The weight of Louis.
ancestor of thirty- quire drink to correspond,the wine was
s heart, so many years is felt, however, and Hugo Capet,
ALWAYS CURARLA BY USLYS
more generally spiced, and was served under
gh tire often l.is Majesty falls into the “arms of two French
___ wav ...
______ It the name of hippocras. It was not
Morpheus” while sitting in his chair, than half
though strenuously objecting to a siesta is also descended from the mighty thought impolite, even so late as the
urgently recommended bv the phvs clan house of Hapsburg. and indeed indi sixteenth century, for a guest to ask
and attendant«. He said lately to the rectly from all the royalty of the Old his host what wines he intended to
Countess of Sclileinitz: “Do you know, World. The career of the Brazilian provide, so that he might make his
one must really l>e careful when he be- Braganzas has been one of honor and calculations as to what he wonld take
All things influence progress. Rulers over 3,200,000 square before he confined himself to the par
/ even find that I have to miles of territory, that is about 2d0,000 ticular tipple which should place him
OF HTMÀN FLESH.
e nap before attending an more than the United States, if we ex under the table: nor was it thought
1.” And that with the n iiv- clude Alaska, they have ever been impolite in the middle of a banquet to Rheumatism,
•«•res and Gal
bordering on “three seo'y- found in the advance of civilization. undo the girdle in order to make more Rnrna and Acalda,
The court phys eian rails The Emperor drew up with his own room for such tempting tit-bits as pike Ktln.a and Hite»,
ferew Worm. <
o Imniire after his health. hand the law whereby no slave can be tails, barbels’ beads, skin of roast
Hatt sure,-on Ix itig suiif born in Brazil; the recent amendments goose and swan tongues The feast Cantrarted Máseles, Foot Rot, Ho it
instances like that of last to the statutes on the subject of slavery usually commenced at eleven in the Atir Joint.,
fell, bruising h s hip will unquestionably uproot the whole forenoon, and the longer the host could Backache.
After their departure slave system bv the end of this century. keep bis guests at the table the better Eraptlana,
to conversation with The ruling house is in high favor with was he thought of; but in the matter Fra.t Bite.,
ith welcome friends, the people, and this only American of drinking, he was expected to en
lent prevent, the monarchy is not in th slightest danger courage potation by providing baccha For sererai urn U fmnUy. .table « ,tück „
ight and supper of becoming a republic, unless in the nalian song, or at least, by being him-
THE BEST OF ALL
at eleven to bed. distant future some unworthy descend relf the first to become hort de combat.
igidly adhered to ant of Kings should obtain the scepter It was with this latter object that a i
ot show that
one would Contrive to have his
is. One ha« to the throne is a highly educated l.sdv, poorer
homely tankard dosed with wine or
1 have been, and will contiuue the liberal traditions
when these had beouiue 1
ing upon him of her house. — Chicago later Otean.
Hltase al WveS
THE LAWYER’S WOOING
A ROYAL VETERAN.
At E rvi H^ 7 7 7 - 7 *
NERVOUS and BLOOD DISEASES.
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)ME|l AHO CHILDREN
fi-om JI ’ form of acute or chronic
s S u P t
. «u.K-or ilk fury will find at the
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nil. r th- law» <>f o-ugoii. ,TS-
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Also, under niaiwpmwnt of
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Now n i' mi' 'I by the medical profession as
>ry etU-ct vo for the cure of Rlieumatisiu, .GO
: mralgia. Catarrh and the many disease ÌRM
URKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS
enulting from Malarial poisoning.
TH«'S. WOOD, Manager.
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