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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1886)
Play an Old Game on a Michigan
Farmer and Get Left.
A Monument to the Discover of Labrador
The Struggles, DltRcultie» and Sucres« in
th» Career of Mr. Geronimo.
COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS.
ROYAL (Absolutely Pure) —
Of all that noble band of American
The conception ot the sculptor pre
lul-1 There is a sharper*» game which has
GRANT’S (Alum Powder) * .
sents to ns a full-grown giant, with a
the page of rhe poet and the hi.-terian,
.ids has and us the turning point is avarice the strong but intellectual and beardless
RUMFORD’S, when fresh.
*■ er cent, game works forty-nine times where it face, rather Roman than Greek, and
HANFORD’S, wheu fresh... (KC*
distinctly not of recognized barbaric
perhaps not one whose fame shines
REDHEAD’S........ \........ ilBDJI
lion of new weeks ago to play it on a Wayno type. He has just set foot, in advance
One of them came of his companions, upon an unknown forth with greater luster than that of
ves. This in- County farmer.
CHARM (Alum Powder\*
Geronimo. And yet he was once only
.s sort of goods along one day and wanted to buy the shore, where he stands, sailor-fashion,
AMAZON (Alum Powder M
y for the Nation farm. As the farmer wanted to sell with his legs somewhat apart, but a poor boy.
What a rebuke is this to that numer
he poorer classes, it was quite easy to strike a bargain. firmly poised upon bis left, iu the alti
CUE VEL AND’Sshort wt\oz. .ffliStei"
ous class who would have us believe
extraordinary care The price was to be $4,000 in cash, and tude of one eagerly scanning tho dis that in order to become famous it is
l’lONEER (San Francisco)...
ot only with regard
tance. The left hand shades the eyes; necessary to be born rich!
Within two days a second
.; the food to be pre- stranger came along and wanted the the right, resting upon his hip, holds a
Reader, does it not also bring home
> as to the process of farm. He wanted it so bad that he signal horn, bravely bedecked with the truth to your heart that yon, too,
DR. PRICE’S................... ■■■Bi^M®®®®
The great and rapidly couldn't stand still. He found indica Runic device, like a drinking-cup of might amount to something if you
ipetition in this line of tions of ooal, natural gas and coal oil, the Skalds. He is clad in a short, would only brace up and alter your
SNOW FLAKE (Groff’»)...... 1TON'' h'.t 8T &SJ
ought into-requisition a and he was willing to give $6,500 for sleeveless jerkin, or coat of scale mode of life?
But this unpretentious sketch was
i of cheap and inexperi- the place. The idea was, of course, armor, closely fitting around the hips,
lewis ’....................... ma a aoM BiA
>tnd the soldering of many that the farmer would be awful sick of and adorned with two round bossed not written to show you wherein you
PEARL (Andrew» Jt Co.).......
..ictured for the preservation his first sale and seek to buy the man plates upon the breasts. Beneath it a have erred, dear reader; but to o'btain,
.ent of food must necessarily off. It would pay him to offer the man linen tunic descends half-way down if possible, some slight recognition of
without the proper precaution. $1,500 to release him.
the thighs. He wears a decorated belt • it from the publishers of this paper in
I tinner can solder with rosin
The second stranger was only out of and a sheathed dagger at his waist.
jut then he can not solder one- sight when the first one turned up Upon his long, shaggy’ locks is set a
Geronimo was born in Arizona of
ANDRE WS A CO. ‘ ‘ Regal”«flK3
t many cans as when chemicals again. His mouth watered over the ¡small, round cap of steel,
'. The power parents so poor that they could only
Milwaukee, (Coutaiua Alum.)
ought into requisition. In the prospect, blit not for long. The farm ful arms are bare, anil skin-tight afford to give him one name. He was
BULK (Powder sold loose).... SB
.. the latter, chloride of zinc or tin er explained that he had been offered i leggings reveal the strong anat- thus deprived from his earliest infancy
unfrequently mixes with the article $2,500 more, and added:
Upon of advantages to which other boys are
RUMFORD’S, when not fresbB
oniy of the lower limbs.
canned food While chloride of tin
"But I don’t care for money. The the feet nre shoes. apparently of accustomed all their lives,
small quantities, by some analysts, $4,000 is enough for me. and it's all the slashed leather, and the legs are not
It was his custom, when only eight
REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS
i considered in less degree 'njurious old farm is worth.
When you are cross-gartered. The general expression years of age, to rise at half-past three
.o the human system, chloride of zinc ready to pay the balance we'll make out of the figure is one of alert and vigor o'clock in the morning and study his
As to Purity and Wholcsotuencss of the Royal linking Powder.
even in small quantities is poi-onous. tlie p ipers.”
ous manhood; it is modeled on a heroic books by tho light, of a pine-knot, in
“ I have tested a package of Royal Baking Powder, which I purchased In the
It has even been claimed that Bright’s
Tlie purchaser offered to release him scale, and posed like one who pauses
open market, and find it composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a eream
disease is partially due in the United for $1,000—$700—$500—$300, but the for a moment and fora definite purpose classes at the district school, evidently
powder of a high <£ gree of merit, and does not contain either alum or
States to the amount of chloride metals farmer didn't want to be released. He in the midst of an active career. Leif, forgetting that there wasn't a school
phosphates, or other injurious substances.
U. L ove , 1 U.K.
introduced into the human system by hung to the bargain-money, and he's however, is portrayed as a num ot within a thousand miles of him. J can
“ It is a scientific fact that the Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure.
the habitual use of canned articles of got it yet, while the pair of sharpers thought as well as of action; m the explain this action only on the hy poth
“IL A. M ott , Ph.D."
food. I am, however, of the opinion rave and gnash their teeth every time whole conception of him there is not esis that, as it has been the habit of all
that only tlie best should be permitted they think of the thickness of hi» skull. only more of civilization than barbar our great men, he did it force of habit.
tl I have examined a package of Royal Baking Powder, purchased by tny self in
to enter into the human household, and —befroit Free Press.
What threatened to prove an insur
ism, but more of classic'than romantic
the market I find it entirely free from alum, terra alba, or any other injurious sub
if it is reduced to a question of one
' H eshy M obtos , Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology.”
cent per can, and we are satisfied that
It is evident that upon this funda nence was the fact that his family
analyzed a package of Royal Baking Powder. The materials of which
A PUZZLING QUESTION.
soldering with rosin will secure immu
it is composed are pure and wholesome.
8. D ana H ayes , State Assayer, Mass.”
mental point the sculptor is ready to didn’t have nine cows which he would
nity from all poisonous substances, by Why the Old Lady Criticised the Country take issue with those who conceive that be compelled to milk before breakfast;
highest award over all competitors at
all means let us pay tho difference anil
out of Scandinavia, in the tenth century,
the Vienna World's Exposition, 1873; at the Centennial, Philadelphia, 1875; ut the
make the soldering with rosin obliga
nothing better could issue than manly band of emigrants who had the desired
throughout the country.
tory under the law. As another safe
virtue of a brutal sort, and a very sav number of cattle, and he scalped them
No other article of human food has ever received such hi^h, emphatic, and uni
guard, the manufacturer should be cope with scientific facts, their inability age and coarse-fibred energy.
and took their cows.
versal endorsement from emineut chemists, physicians, scientists, and Boards of
compelled to have stamped upon being doubtless due largely to circum
Thus, by untiring perseverance,
Health all over the world.
According to the Sagas, Leif Erikson
each cun of preserved goods the stances and their education. For hun- was a Prince, son of Erik the Red, Jarl Geronimo rose, step by step, until at
N ote —The above D iagram illustrates the comparative worth of various Baking
canning and the firm dreds of generations men were puz- of Norway. It may fairly be assumed the present time ho enjoys the proud
Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedler.
name of the manufacturer.
By zled by the same problem which now that this rude court had received some distinction of having run the death rate
A pound can of each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume in
this the buyer would bo furnished a
of Arizona to sucli a figure that, by
each can calculated, the result bein£ as indicated. This practical test for worth by
A teacher in a reflection, however faint, from the civ
perfect guarantee of the freshness of seems so simple to us.
ilization of the South. It was four or five
Prof. Bchedler only proves what every observant consumer of the Royal Bakiug
the article purchased. If, however, western county in Canada, while mak | centuries before tho era of Leif when cholera district looks like an advertise
Powder knows by practical experience, that, while it costs a few cents per pound
the goods nre properly canned, the ing calls among the people, came into I the hordes from this "northern hive” ment of a health resort.
more than ordinury kinds, it is far more economical, and, besides, affords the advant
most harmless solder having been conversation with a farmer’s wife from overran the Roman empire, and his
He is more fatal than the yellow
age of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any
used, and the air driven out of the can Vermont, who had taken up her resi i own ancestors may have occupied the fever.
fair minded person of these facts.
before sealing, little, if any, danger dence in the "backwoods.”
Of course ; Palatine among tlie conquerors. Fired
Unlike the yellow fever, however, he
* While the diagram shows some of the alum powders to be of a higher degree
lurks in canned goods. It must never the school and former teacher came in by the narrative of Bjarne, who in 986 does not appear to be contagious; that
of strength than other powders ranked below them, it is not to be taken as indicat
theless lie borne in mind that these for criticism, and the old lady, in speak first visited the coast of North America, is, he is not easily caught.
ing that they have any value. All alum powders, uo matter how high their strength,
kinds of goods, no matter how well ing of his predecessor, asked :
For.the last six months the United
he set out w ith thiriy-livo men in the
are to be avoided as dangerous.
put up, deteriorate when tho lid has
“Wa’al, master, what do you think he j year 1000, and discovered Labrador States army and other men have been
been opened for any length of time. learned the scholars?"
and Vinland. A few years later he chasing him around with unremitting
They should be used immediately. It
"1 couldn't say. ma'am.
Pray what was sent to Greenland to spread Chris energy and improved tire-arms, and CTCIkiU/AV I<I<AXI<11 A BAf’H
CURED with D r . R ogers
y’u, 3 H eart T onic , old and rel!
O I Ul IU ff M I , Gabler, Roenibh Pianos, Bnmd
frequently occurs that the soldering did he teach?"
tianity among the Norse settlements. haven't caught him yet.
|eremedy, if not at drugglato
Oif.-ans, uand iiiEtruuienta Largent stuck ot übet
contains lead, then of course what is
“Wa’al, he told 'em ‘this 'ere arth He is described by the Sugas as “a
remit 81 pt r bottle, 6 for #5, to
Like other epidemics, Geronimo is
and Books Bands supplied at Eastern rr i ,
^< <> . P O.box2»itl, 8. F.
known as lead poisoning is probable. was round; what do you think of such | great and strong man, grave and well apt to break out and attack a commu
M. GK a V. 20a Post'lfceet, 3an Francuioo
I,y ,.xpn.aa prepaid.
This character of poisoning is pro stuff'?”
1 favored, therew ith sensible and moder nity when least expected. The suffer
«*.*u,* zx «.¿iiic-n, IVrinHui ni
duced by minute doses introduced into
Unwilling to come under the cate ate in all things.” No act of piracy or ers lose their hair suddenly, and ex
1 a e k t Lost Miuibood, J>ebii-
the human system for a length of time. gory of the. ignorant, the teacher eva rapine is recorded of him.
iry. NtrvuUsncss, Weakness. No
perience extreme difficulty in respira
«in.icke y. liidisputaide proof*
Sometimes the symptoms are so oli- sively remarked :
Upon the basis of these records, it tion.
Book sent sealed, tit*«
I havo a positive remedy tor the above disease; by ltf
scure and difficult to trace that it re
“It iloes seem strange, but still there would seem that the artist is historically
Geronimo is fond of retirement and
use thousands of casea of the worst kind anil of font
ERIE MED. CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
quires a good diagnostic to discover are many learned men who teach thos i justified in associating a certain degree seclusion, and avoids society, declining standingh.tvobeencu'-ed.
In its efHcaey.thnt I wi 1 si-nlTv. O BOTTLES FRER,
Piso’s Remedy for Catarrn is trie
them. Constipation, cramps, palsy, things.”
together with a V a I.UABEKTREATISB on this disease
of intellectual and moral force, if not all invitations to appear in public; and
Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest.
to any sufferer. Givo express and 1' O.addrss.
affection of the brain, are the most
“Wa’al,” says she, "if the earth is of actual refinement, with the proper if he ever goes out, it is only to make
Dll. T. ▲. SLOGL’M.lai Pearl St., New York.’
common symptoms. Furthermore, a round, and goes round, what holds it I physical characteristics of her semi- an informal call on some unostentatious
person can take minute quantities of up?"
barbaric hero. The burden of proof settler, with whom he never remains
lead for a long time without experi
"till, these learned men say that it lies with those who are disposed fo longer than is necessary to scalp the
Also trood for Co’d In tho Head,
encing any of the syirfptom»- mem goe- round the sun. and tho sun holds it I typify the reputed discoverer of Massa family and burn the house.
Headache, Hay Fever, <fcc. 60 cents.
tioned, and finally succumb instanta up by virtue of attraction.”
chusetts Bay and the islands of Nan
Of course Geronimo recognizes the
Tr».3 ULs. r or RcgcnCiMorh
neously front the accumulation in the
Tile old lady lowered her specs, and tucket and Martha's Vineyard as a fact that no man can be entirely great
n.icle expressly for the cure oi
derangements of the generative
system of lead poison. For instance, responded with this poser :
Hun or Goth of the third century.— without some appropriate last words,
organs. The continuous sire ax
in the case of painters, printers, who,
••Wa al, if these high larnt men sez Henry F«n Hrant, in Atlantic.
of ELECTRICITY permeat^
llis last words are written out and de
through the parts must restore
in the generality of cases, conduct the sun holds up the arth, I should like
them to healthy action Dr
posited in escrow with the clerk of the
not confound this with F.lectrk
their business for years with impunity to know what holds the arth up when
county r urt of his county, to be by
Belts advertised to cure all ilk
AN HOUR OF HORROR.
and finally succumb to the full toxic the sun goes down?"— Youth's Compan
from head to toe. it is for the
said clera opened on the day of the de
AND WASTING DISEASES.
properties of lead. This character of ion.
For circular, giving tub to
Tlie Gliantly (’orp.se Found in the Back- cease of him. the said Geronimo, and
(oimition address Cheev«
poison has also been produced by to
to be by said clerk disposed of as is
Ulf-ctri< Belt < •>. . Wadffn*
Yard of a Literary Man’s Domicile.
VTEVER fails to arrest Rapid Loss uf Flesh
bacco wrapped in tin foil containing
and Strength, dnninisiHS (ougli, checks
It was close upon the hour of mid next hereinafter set forth; namely, to-
lead, as well as from boiling food in
wit: to be delivered to- the Associated
Tile 5iVl ¡¿AU»- CWIDE is
cause, cures Bronchitis, Asthma, Scrofula and
glazed vessel» w here the enamel con The School-Boom in Which the Great Poet night.
tSMued Sept, nntl March,
Press in time for the evening papers.—
Debility. DT MARTI N.cif New York, the emi
Learned II in A-B-C’s.
nent Specialist an I Authority on Consumption,
Elmer A. Ellsworth, in Puck.
I knew of. a case where throe gentle
states in his Treatise on “T iik C urb of C on
sumption ,” that ‘'he li.s fouml Dujardin’s
men of this city, who were in the
face showed by its furrowed brow,
idfe Essence invariably arrests the rapid loss
whole Picture Gallery.
habit of frequenting a certain saloon ill terate, they knew the value of a good glaring eyes and pallid lips the effects
of flesh, and invigorates the entire nervous
system, and has rccommeu hd ‘ Duiardin’s
every day, were suddenly taken sick, education. The free grammar school I
direct to cottMUHirrft on all goods for
Mantles Varied In Form and Style—Eccen
Life Essence ’ to thousands of Lis patients with
and it was positively shown that the had been refounded a few years before of a terrible mental struggle going on
personal or family use. Tells how to
tric Parasol Handles.
the most marvellous results.”
water from the cistern was conveyed by Edward VI. And although there is within him.
order, and gives exact cost of every
Black mantles are far too serviceable
thing you wse, cat, drink, wear, oi
to the bar through a lend pipe. These no actual record of his sehool-d ays, we
Before him were several pages of
It is as PALATABLE as CREAM,
have f in with. These INVALVABI.I
parties, who had been drinking the
manuscript, and his nervous hand con to be discarded; but, having this con
BOOKS contain in form at ion gleam <1
water furnished through this pipe for may take it as certain that little Will vulsively clutching a pen, was rapidly cession to color, no pains are spared
from the markets of the world. We
months, were taken sick simultane Shakespeare was sent to the free school adding to them.
will mail a copy Fill'.is to any ad
in supplying lace, insertion, velvet and
wlien about seven years old, as we know
ously.— N. O. Times-Democrat.
dress upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray
can take it.
Close to his right hand and fre- jet to produce a vetement such as it
expense of mailing. Ix*t us hear from
h s brother Gilbert was, a little later. ¡quently touched by it as he plied his
F or S ai . k by ali . D rcooi . th .
T rick , $1.50
Respect Dill y,
Tlie old grammar school still stands; i pen was a gleaming, glittering object would be hopeless to try to imitate in
and boys still learn their lessons in the ' of ivory, silver and steel—a loaded re inferior materials. In form as well as
WARD & CO.
H ’'wlcsale Agents—
style the wraps are more varied than
dt 229 Wahnsli Avenue, Chicago, LIL
Tlie Fine Work Done by Frofrsiiionalii In self-same room with the high pitched volver.
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD,
roof and oaken beams, where little
Till* Line of Crime.
The window beside him was open, they have been for years. As a rule
“Judging from tho amount of it Will Shakespeare studied his "A-B-C- and through it the cool breeze entered the back fits closely and is short, while
going on all over tlie country, cheek
and fanned his fevered brow. The the plaits below the waist nre rarely
notions of Latin. But during part of
raising has got to be a tine art,” said Shakespeare's school-days tho school night without was calm and placid. supplied in the substantial fabric,
No I! Kearny St., San Francisco, Cal
one of Pinkerton’s detectives the other room was under repair; and boys and Nature was lovely, bathed in the light which is closely molded to the figure.
T reats all C hronic , S pecial and P rivate D isk
1 he folds, however, appear abundantly
with W onderful S uccess .
day. “There seems to be a regular ma-ter Walter Roche bv name mi of the summer moon; but the man was i_
. , are used.
flouncing» of . i lace,
oblivious to the beauties of the night. in <t
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
epidemic of it. It is putting forgery to grated for a while to the Guild Chapel He glanced at the clock now and then, in most instances, for trimming.
Ts a certain cure for
the blush entirely. To see how neatly next door. And this was surely in the and obsen ing the long hand climbing
Lace wraps are going to be more
Nei’von-« I debility, Lout
Do you know that a pain in the left shoulder
and scientifically the rascals do their poet's ni!r.d when, in later years, he up the incline toward the figure twelve, popular this season than they have or anu is a sign of heart disease? It is; ami that
talked of a “nedant who keeps a school
and all the evil
he redoubled bis labor at his manu been for years, wool lace, where more Mscase may have progressed far towards a fatal
work, too, is a seven days’ wonder. i' the church.''
effects of youthful follies
without exciting suspicion
expensive varieties are not chosen. termination
Without doing tlie slightest percepti
All boys learned their Latin then from
drinking' in toxica ting
Anon he glanced at the revolver on being very popular, Fichus of black
ble damage to the paper, they appear two well-known books the “Accidence"
the desk beside him. He touched its lace are worn by young girls; thev are
w ho is a regular physida«,
to be competent to remove any kind of and the “Sentential Puerile»." And ivory handle as if faltering in his reso- mostly made of’fulled Chantilly,'sup
of the heart, shortness of breath, lassi!
ink and leave the paper in as good a that William was no exception to the tion. and then went on with his writin"-. plied in graduated plaits over the palpitation
sity of Pennsylvania, wii.
tude, pain in the left shoulder or arm, denote t! e
condition as new. so far as writing on
shoulder to describe a V at the back. urcsence of heart disease, and call for the iinn..
a case of this kin.’ the
Drops of jet fastened to each point of c:ate u o of pr. F lint ’ s H eart K rmedy .
it is concerned. Not only do these tho latter in several of his plays, and by
----------- — Vital liestorntivf (un*
ler his special advice and treatment) will not cure
check-raisers manipulate the writing an account, in one of his plays, of Mas the breeze of tlie slimmer night? A the lace serve to keep these folds in
■‘1.50 a bottle, or four times the quantity $5, »entto
H kabt R emedy rapidly re-
on a cheek with great »kill, but they ter Page's examination in the “Acci long, low wail, like the cry of a woman place. The Chantilly is carried in a OrODSV
my a.I Ircss on receipt of price, or C. O. D. in priitt*
r J* mows tho effusion in cases of Drop ■
successfully obliterate the stamped fig
similar manner over the front to form
in mortal anguish.
name if desir-d, by Dr. Mir.tie, It Kramj
which is due in most cases to some disease of ti e
i . tai. Send for list of questions and pampUet
ures. Even those tiguros that nre cut
The man started like a guilty soul, a crossover cape.
heart or genet al circulation.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
clean out of the paper are not a sure
I here is nothing especially new
dashed tlie dew» of perspiration from
be Rent to any one applying by letter, stating
protection against the raiser's skill. A
his clammy brow, and uttered an inco shown in para-ols except in the odd and
symptoms, sex and age. Strict secrecy iu regard
draft with the original perforated fig Although lie Mean« Well III* Compii* herent exclamation.
eccentric handles. Some, almost too
all business tn isactiona
ures filled in with papier-mache was
Again! Again, that moaning, un large and "loud” for general accepta
mentis Are Kecelved in ¡tiene«.
shown to nie recently. The alteration
tion, have a pug’s head almost as large which is weak and excitable.
Old Uncle Pompey Camden lives in canny cry!
had evidently been made and then the
The man heard it and groaned aloud. as a puppy’», covered with dog skin.
paper pressed dried and colored like
He dashed aside the last page of his Ollier smaller ones have a hares head
the original margin. The very scroll« age, black as the absence of all light, manuscript, and glanced again at the with startled looking ears and a sleek Uiaill UloCdbC. rtioul.l
rril.ee, all .lirewS
work of the engraver had been repro anil endowed witli the qualities that clock. '1 he hands marked the hour of greyhound's. The en tout cas handles
I'J» dcraneement of the drculati n,
duced, and then numbers identical in make the natural courtier.
It is true midnight. He grasped the revolver are massive looking and require a good «nih
“t the Brain, Hysteria Men-n-
character with the original ones that his occupation is menial, but he with a resolute air and exclaimed grip. The double handkerchief-shaped
*"4 Insai iti,
stumped out. The draft was raised bv
in / Sicinr»«, ('onrulsions, St. Vitin
tliis means iro n $17 to $2,780.45. it d gn lies even his old ash-cart. He waa
“It must be done!"
summer is to the fore again, one square
Donee, Alcoholism, Opium Ealing,
required a very . trong glass to detect
Scrofula, ami all
And going to the window, he fired forming the foundation, and a second
the work, and the crooks had undoubt tron the other day when the lady of the twice
There was a laid above it. with the corners fitting of faintness. Is li.l.l. to auillen death from h^art
edly »pent much time and great »kill in house and i no of her daughters, stand scattering sound in tho back yard, and in between those of the first, and the fetbiio^0 Dr'
To Clergymen, Lawyer*. I.it»ra-v Men.
perfecting it- Even when detected by ing on the grass-plot in the back-yard, next day a gray eat waa found dead Whole edged with a deep lace. Some
Mi ri liaut,. Itaiikero, Ladle, «nd all w bore .ea
He had known them close to tlie wood-shod. The “night tn black and white checked silk, for
the glass the draft only presented a caught his eve.
rn 'n <"i|' -.'in. iitrailre.Xerii.n.I'roRtratioo,
blurred and somewhat discolored ap many years, and evidently thought it police" reporter had fulfilled his mis half mourning, are most fascinating.
irr- Zill .nt r, nt the likaxl, Motmeh, Ubwel, or
Milne; i or w ho require a nerve tonic, appetizer
pearance, and to anv one but an expert incumbent on him to do the gallant act. lion.—AomA/fr.
Deep-tinted cat'e an tail is one of the
In-JAunix’« N ukvisi ia invaluable
"Deed, miss." said lie. addressing the
would hair passed as genuine
new shade«. New parasols, imported lion.wrrifci:f
a To LAOiea—On anrount of it« proven merit,
»ny unusual sens.-
daughter, “yon'se lookin' mighty peart,
Mail and Erpress.
ami prew rIM bv the I-*
—Many times a boy would gladly
ph>»i. ..main the country. One my» :<■ It work,
a big 'ooinan. too run away and go fishing Sunday if he
y ou is, «. and growed
P,arJ.of ’l.'.eir length w ith I
pain. It will cure
... .. kiiowed
An' dar*» yo could only get his father to thrash him tho »urah or India »ilk used for the
—Tho Earl of Carnarvon, at a ban- » nee I 1 fust
• •'< re \ the worst form of falling of the uterus»
Irreirtilarnn.l painf.il >ler dm rat ion
qnet. in proposing the health of the nmdder. too. I^awiÌ! laiwd! 'stonisl.in in the morning before he sets out; then canopy. The end has a carved knob of
,i.l Oianan Troubles, Inflammation ami I'lcerw
clergy, said: “In these day» clergy how smart she looks. 1 I ain't D gw ne tei he could enjoy the whole long day gold or »liver and a chain that pass »
»11 Iiiaplacementaand theconae-
men were expected to have tho wisdom «av 'at you look s o'd ’» yo' roudder without a pang. But when he has to over the arm for earn ing the parasol breakmx down ot th¿ X.Lm ' pWi'“ *
IJiu17?nnl "eakm-re, and is miwciallv adapted
tothet hanireot Life.”
and learning of a Jeremy Taylor.” bat I clar it am a »art n fack yo* mud wait until evening for it the dread of easy.— (Lodey's Ladies' Hook.
. ^».Thousand» pro. laim it the moat wonderful
His lordship was next day reported to d -r looks '»young as yvw.”
that unknown ill that awaits him cloud-
ini Itforant thatei er-tutamed a .inking n.twu-
And tho courtly old coon clmckl ■ all his »kies and pitch«» all his songs in
tS-Fnee, J1. so per bottle.
have said: “In these day» clergymen
. ~hiRh c*,aracter at borne
J. J. MACK & co.
were expected to have the wisdom of a softiy as he resumed hi» shoveling
minor key». — Eurdtilt, Ml
* Erook.yn should look for one result-the repeti
for rale by all druggists .
H kitshv & W oodard .
tion of »elf in children.—A". Y. MuU.
w bolm.nl.. A jo,,,. por|lln,t f>^_
C dujardins )
Shortness of Breath.
Take it in Time,
NERVOUS and BLOOD DISEASES.
Blessing of Sleeo
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