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A CURIOUS MANUFACTORY.
Visit to a Place in
ton« Are Made—Oil a«tly Debris.
THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR RULES»
Organisation -Huntlug the Uon.
I AGRICULTURAL NOTES.
THE COCAINE HABIT.
The Worst Blavery Known-New Revelation»
A Column Devoted to the Interest! of Farmeli
Religious duties were strictly pre-
Cincinnati Times-Star. ’
The other day being in Paris it oc
A pumpkin weighing 270 pounds
curred to me that it would be an excel grribed, hut were modified by good sense.
When cocaine was discovered the was exhibited at the recent Santa
lent opportunity of obtaining some really The knights, as a rule, were to attend medical world exclaimed “ thank Barbara (Cal.) fair.
good osteological preparations which I the regular chapel services; but if they
The yield of potatoes along the
had heard were to be had at a more had b<‘en out on duty at night they were I heaven I”
But useful as it is, it is also danger coast in the section' devoted to the
reasonable figure than the fancy prices let off matins, and might say their
asked for them in England. One day prayers in bed. If they had done any ous, especially when its use is j>er- growth of the tuber is not up to
while assisting at the clinique of a well- thing wrong or foolish they were to con
verted from the deadening of pain for
known physician, one of tho patients on fess to the Grand Master or head of the
Wm. F. Brown, of King county, W.
being asked her profession said she house; if it was a breach of discipline i surgical operations, to the stimulation T., states that last season he saw 15
“depiotait les squelHtes," which on in the head of the house set them a j>en- and destruction of the human body. pounds of honey per week extracted
quiry I ascertained to mean a “bone ance; if it was a sin they were sent to a ' Its first effects are soothing and capti from a single hive.
peeler.” I at once interested myself in priest, who at first was a secular outside
One fourth of an acre, well manured
her condition, which was one of chloro the order.
and cultivated will produce more and
They had little leisure; their chief oc horrible slavery known to humanity.
sis, and ingratiated myself with her so
better vegetables than a whole acre
that a week or two later she acceded,
J. L. Stephens, M. D., of Lebanon, not so well attended to.
though reluctantly, to my request, to field they had their arms and horses to O., was interviewed by our reporter
It is estimated that the raisin crop
take me to the fabrique where the speci .ook after, which they were allowed to
yesterday at the Grand Hotel, and of Californialthis year^will amount to
mens were prepared. It was a long buy themselves, charging the account to
journey, right away into one of the des the house. Except by leave of the dpring the conversation the doctor 750,000 boxes, against 475,000 for
ert plains bristling with chimney stacks superior they were to hold no correspond said: “The cocaine habit is a thou 1885, and 175,000 for 1884.
which bound Paris on the north side. ence with any one in the outer world, sand times worse than the morphine
To kill moles an Illinois farmer puts
The building to which she conducted me not even with mothers, sisters, or broth
in pieces of liver the size
was an immense wooden construction, ers. No brother of the order might walk and opium habits, and you would be of a hickory nut, placing the pieces at
subdivided into a main atelier and out about alone, or, when in a town, go into astonished,” lie said, ‘‘ if you knew different points in their runs.
houses. The larger room was occupied the streets, unless with leave asked and how frightfully the habit is increas-
A mixture of soft soap, two gallons
by a series of large cauldrons, the em given. Fighting men had hot blood, and ing.”
of water and a pint of either turpen
anations from which were, even to one hot blood required to be restrained. Even
“ What are its effects?”
tine or kerosene, syringed upon plants
accustomed to the suave odor of the dis an angry word spoken by one to another
“ It is the worst constitution wrecker is saidj-o destroy all plant lice.
secting-room, nauseating in the extreme, was instantly punished, and so was all ever known. It ruins the liver and
Nelson Bennett has in his yard at
and the blend formed with that of vari light talk, especially when it turned on kidneys in half a year, and when this
ous crude antiseptics was more peculiar the other sex. If a brother of the Tem work is done, the strongest constitution Tacoma, W. T., a small chestnut tree
which has produced about a half
ple wanted to converse it must be on soon succumbs.”
The disarticulation of skulls is carried serious or, at least, rational subjects. The
“ Do you know of Dr. Underhill's bushel of very tine and large chest
nuts this fall.
on separately, as it is a branch requiring most innocent amusements were consid case here in Cincinnati?”
greater skill and nicety in its manipula ered trifling, and were not to be encour
All things considered, the largest
“ That leading physician who be
tion. It is effected on the skulls of aged. A Templar was not to hunt or came a victim of the cocaine habit? flow of milk is the moBt profitable, un
young adults or children by the ingeni hawk or shoot, still less to play idle Yes. His case was a very sad one, but less it is secured at too great expense.
ous plan of filling the emptied cranial games.
the habit can be cured.
I have Reason must be [used here as iu all
cavity with dried peas, which are then
One exception only was made; it is a rescued many a man from a worse other things.
steeped in water, and in swelling compel very noticeable one, which, by the bye,
$Wlien the hurry of farm work
the disjunction more delicately than had not escaped Sir Walter. In Syria
“ What, worse than Dr. Underhill’s?” ceases in autumn there are many op-
could be done in any other way. »Some and Palestine there were still wild beasts,
• “ Indeed, sir, far so.
Justin M. portunities to m ike improvements lor
of the cauldrons contained the bodies of as there had been in David’s time. St.
Hall, A. M., M. I)., president of the which the season is favorable and tho
animals whose skeletons, if not as valua Bernard could not permit his Templars
ble as those of human beings, are still in to hunt deer or net partridges; he did, State Board of Health of Iowa, and a time propitious.
The currant worm should be de-
dispensable for the study of natural his however, by special statute, allow them famed practitioner, and Alexander
tory, and are forwarded in large nui^ to hunt lions. And, mind, those were Neil, M.D., professor of surgery in the stroyed while small with dust of helle
bers to the various collegiate establish not days of repeating rifles and explosive Columbus Medical College, and presi bore or pyrethrum- The latter, being
ments in France and abroad. After a bullets; it was man and lion face to face, dent of the Academy of Medicine, a perfectly harmless, is to be more
prolonged lanling the limbs are placed with sftear and knife against teeth and man widely known, Rev. W. P. Clancy highly recommended.
on a table and the adhering tissue's care flaws. The lion no doubt in St. Bernard’s of Indianapolis, Ind., from personal
Destroying a beetle is equal to kill
fully removed, each workman or work mind was a type of the adversary; to experience an opium eater, etc., can ing fifty grubs. When meadows be
woman having his or her own specialty. hunt the lion was to hunt Satan. None
come infested, it is well to turn in the
I saw some men at work on frogs, liz the less, just as he had taken care that form of treatment wins, and so can H. hogs and let them root. They will de
ards, etc., to obtain a satisfactory prep they should eat and drink enough, and C. Wilson, formerly of Cincinnati, who stroy thousands of grubs.
aration of which requires a special and not emaciate themselves like intending is now associated with me.”
The cost of keeping fences up on
" Would you mind letting our read
highly remunerated dexterity.
The saints, so he would have them men at
grease which collected at the top of the all point, and give them sport, too, so ers into the secret of your methods?” any farm is usually more than the
“ Well, young man, you surely have annual tax imposed by government,
vats was scooped off and consigned to a long as it was dangerous ami needed
a good bit of assurance to ask a man and the waste through bad or impro
receptacle in the corner of the room, but courage.
vident management is probably about
its ultimate destination I was unable to
It was customary in those days when to give his business away to the public;
men of rank were taken in battle to hold but I won’t wholly disappoint you. I alike.
England buys $19,252,884 worth of
The bones are then bleached, the them to ransom, the price of redemption have treated over 20,000 patients. In
cheaper varieties simply by means of being measured by their wealth. The common with niany eminent physi the $20,805,824 worth of bacon we ex
chloride of lime, the better ones in the Templars had no personal wealth, and cians, I, for years made a close study port ; of hams, $2,454,980 worth out
sun, and they ultimately pass into the the wealth of the order was to be spent of the effects of the habits on the sys of the $3,2.31,509 ; nearly half of the
finishing room, where they are titivated, In God’s service, not in man’s. If a tem and the organs which they most $3,462,538 of pork, and about one
assorted and converted, as far as may Templar was taken by the Saracens no severely attack.
Dr. Hall, Dr. Neil third of our surplus lard.
be, into “articulated skeletons.” It re ransom was to be paid for him; he was and Mr. Wilson, whom I have men
Dairymen who have to keep cheap
quires no small amount of ingenuity and to l»e loft to his fate. His fate invariably tioned,and hundreds of others, equally cows on dear food may find consola
knowledge of this particular department to I m * offered the alternative of the Koran as expert, made many similar experi tion, and perhaps compensation, in
to be able to choose out of the miscel >r the sword, and there is scarcely a re ment« on their own behalf. We each the market next year free from coun
laneous collection of bones wherewith corded instance in which the Templar found that these drugs worked most terfeits that have kept butter down
to construct a skeleton which shall pass iaved his life by abandoning his faith.— destructively in the kidneys and during the last ten years.
muster for that c* a single individual, J. A Fronde in (rood Words.
liver; in fact, finally destroyed them.
In the care of eggs while waiting
and only the best bones are so adapted,
It was then apparent that no cure for hatching a place is preferred that
the remainder going to make up the dis
could be effected until those organs is neither hot nor cold, damp nor dry.
articulated and half skeletons which
Travelling in the east last year, from could be restored to health. We re
have to answer the purpose of study for Arabia to Palestine, I met a good Armen cently exhausted the entire range of If the eggs are to be kept but a little
while turning them will answer, a box
the mon* economically disposed students. ian Catholic priest coming from Meso
medical science, experimenting with or casket will be sufficient.
Curiously enough, the sex appeared to potamia. Among various articles of diet
all known remedies for these organs,
During the last days of August the
have a distinct influence on the value of le brought with him in his journey to
and as the result of these close inves first dried figs of this season were
the skeleton, a female skeleton possess Constantinople there were ainuit five
brought from the country districts in
ing a value many francs higher than pounds of manna incased in a leather
though following different lines of in to Smyrna for storage, packing and
that of the corresponding male.
bag. At his meals he partook of that
In another tank, awaiting treatment, food as we do of cakes. He positively quiry, that the most reliable, scientific exportation. The locomotive and the
were a number of infant bodies, varying maintained that such food falls from preparation, was Warner’s safe cure. wagons carrying the fruit were, as in
from minus four months to plus several heaven as white powder two or three This was the second point in the dis former years, decorated with flags and
days. In the show rooms they were ar times a year, and is collected from the covery. The third was our own private garlands of flowers.
ranged in a graduated scale (echelle lea Vi's of trees and from the surface of form of treatment, which, of course, persons were waiting at the railway
montante), from the diminutive little ex Hat stones. The food, when protected by we do not divulge to the public. Every station to greet the first arrival of
mortal, whose height did not exceed leather, will keep for five or six years. I case that we have treated first with Smyrna’s principal staple, and the
four inches, to the adult baby, measur send you a piece of this manna for curi Warner’s safe cure, then with our own train was received with great cheer
ing from eighteen to twenty, all being osity. I eat of this food, and it contains private treatment, and followed up ing, especially by the porters and
in the attitude known in the military a great deal of sugar. From the posi again with Warner’s safe cure for a laborers, all dressed in their best. Th«
world as that of “attention.” These tive description of the good priest it can few weeks, has been successful. These casks and boxes containing the figs
have a special value of their own, far not l>e a natural exudation from the habits can’t be cured without using it, were transferred to richly caparisoned
greater in proportion to their size than leaves and branches of the plant alhagi because the habit is nourished and animals, adorned with flowers and
that of their bigger brethren. 1 natu mauronim, which was believed by the sustained in the liver and kidneys. ribbons, and so carried to the bazar, es
rally wondered where all the bodies parly Arabian writers to have fallen The habit can be kept up in modera corted bv a great crowd. The packing
tion, however, if free use be also made, was begun the same day, an operation
came from. 1 was told that the dissect from heaven. The good priest had ex
ing rooms and hospitals furnished a Dellent credentials. We both were al at the same time.of that great remedy.” which gives employment for a long
large proportion, and that the proprie lo wed to say mass at the historical Frail-
" Yes, it is a world famed and justly time to thousands.
tor of the establishment took care to eiscian convent at Jaffa.—Don Luigi celebrated specific! Like many other
P acking A pples .—“ Handle apples
monopolize the supply, which was al Sartori in Baltimore Sun.
physicians, I used to deride the claims as you would handle eggs ” is good
ways short of the demand.—London
made for it, but I know now for a fact advice. Old flour barrels, unless care
Feat« of Indian Sword Performer*.
that it is the world’s greatest blessing, fully washed and dried, will impart a
Tne favorite sword for performing having sovereign power over hitherto
musty flavor to the fruit before mid
Foreign Lands» 'eats in India is the gauntlet-handled incurable diseases of the kidneys and
winter, especially if the air in the
In traveling through Mexico, Central |>ata. The swordsman will first show liver, and when I have said that,
cellar is moist. The first apples which
and South America, and some parts of I lie keenness of his weapon, and his com young man, I have said nearly every
Europe, 1 have been struck by the fact mand of its weight, by cutting in two a thing, for most diseases originate in, are put in market barrels should be
The facing consists in
that United States contractors and specu leaf laid flat on the outstretched palm of or arc aggravated by, a depraved con
placing two or three layers on the
lators always pay American rates of a friend, or by cutting a cloth hanging dition of the kidneys.”
lower head with stems down ; that is,
wages, while Englishmen take advan lisise in the air. He put one sword on
“ People do not realize this, because, with stems pointing toward the head.
tage of any local rates which may profit each hand, and, so armed, springing
them. Thus in Mexico contracts are car from his feet on the bare ground, will singular as it may seem, the kidneys Clean, bright apples of ordinary size,
ried out side by side, and while Amer throw somersaults backward and for may be in a very advanced stage of should be selected for this purpose.
ican contractors pay $1 and fl.‘<35 a day, ward, following each movement with a decomposition, and yet owing to the The rest of the apples may be poured
This pouring, if
Euro|M*an boaaes pay fifty cents and wondrotisly complicated and simultane fact that there are but few nerves of into the barrel.
seventy-five cents. It is just the same ous gyration of both swords round his sensation in them the subject will not properly done, will not injure the
in the Argentine republic, on all the pub head and body. He will have the naked experience much pain therein, On apples. Eggs can be poured. Use a
lic works there. Local labor is absurdly •word, more than five feet long, double- this account thousands of people die basket with a swinging handle, one
cheap, and English contractors pay just edged, sharp-pointed, and keen as a every year of kidney disease un- which can be lowered into the barrel
as little as they can, while Americjins razor, lashed from the hack of his neck knowingly. They have so called dis and turned while there, and hold the
pay decent rates all through, and in the down his back, and will again, from Ilia orders of the head, of the heart and apples with the hand, so that they
long run come out tin» liest, their terms naked feet, repeat the somersaults. lungs and stomach, and treat them in will not pour out too rapidly. Two or
attracting all the heat men. —J. 8, Mc Again, with sword and shield in bis vain, for the real cause of their misery three times during the filling shake
hands, he will leap headforemost through is deranged kidneys and if they were the barrel gently to settle the apples
Ginnis in Globe-Democrat.
Hie stretched-out loop of a ro|w>, held by restored to health the other disorders firmly. Face the upper head in the
When Trvr* Work »ml Sleep.
two men at the height of their ’needs, as would soon disappear.”
same manner as the lower one. It is
Science lias found out something a eircua-rider leaps through a pa|>er
Dr. Stephen’s experience, that can desirable not to head up the barrel at
very novel, namely, that the fruit tree hoop, and light safely on hia feet.— be confirmed by many thousands once. Cover with boards to keep out
slumbers in daytime and works at night. Blackwood's Magazine.
whom he has treated, adds only more the rain, and let the barrels stand open
This modern idea is that fruit trees ac
emphasis to the experience of many four or five days. It is not, however,
Shortening Railway« in Saxony.
quire most of their growth at night. The
hundreds of thousands all over the always possible to cover the barrels, in
The network of railways of the king
fruit of the cherry laurel, for instance,
world, thatj the remedy he refers to is which case they may be headed up at
has been found by Iir. Krauss, of Halle, dom of Saxony oovers neatly five miles without any doubt the most beneficent once and turned down on their sides.
to increase at the rate of 80 per cent, at
discovery ever given to humanity.
In this condition Hiev will shed water. I
night an<l only 10 per cent, by day, while which Din'ctor Klauss recently proved
apples increase 80 per cent, at night and
John Laird, of Douglas county, Or.,
20 percent, in the daytime.—New York society. It seems that a steel rail of me a lock of your hair?" said’ a love raised a five and a quarter pound
sick dude to a girl after his own. “Yes. sweet potato. •
Mail and Express.
temperature of 15 degrees Reaumur, con Charlie, if you will give me the key."
Person. Kngagrd In l.ondon Thentrn. tracts eight millimetre«; Saxony having
After the moat exhaustive tests in hos
Mr. Hollingshead, of note in Isvndon 7.4;w,000 metre« of rails (not tracks), the
—Ada (aged four) was doing some pitals and elsewhere, the gold medal and
theatrical matters, says that there are contraction from cold aggregates a total thing and was told to desist bv her certificate of highest merit were awarded
mother. Mother—"Ada, am I to'speak to St. Jacob’s Oil, as the best pain-curing
150.000 persons engaged in one capacity of 7.960 metre«.—Cologne Gazette.
at the ’Calcutta International
to you again?" Ada—"Yes. ms; you remedy,
or another in London theatres or music-
t’•• for th« Fiber at Nettle.,
may if you like.’’—/WadripAm UaW.
A i ierman abroad has sown an acre of
Whitelaw Reid has purchased Henry
—Caroline Herschell, the woman as
Frown Milk for Fever Fiat lea tn.
nettles, which he proposes to reap fot tronomer, admitted, at the age of Villard’s fine house in New .York, paying
Frozen milk is a good sulwfitiite for ics tiie filler, which he claims will equa
ninety-nine, that she hail never biul an
cream anil other foods for fever patients. that of flax for coarse bagging, and lias offer of marriage. She resembled the
Prof. Gmthe, Brooklyn Board of Health.
It will often be tolerated when no other |»Tfected machinery to back Is and work turtle, perhaps—ebe lived too much in savs Red Star Cough Cure is free from
and highly elficaeious. Twenty
article can be retain«!.—Chicago News, it- Boston Cultivator.
Twenty lives were lost by the alnt
She »hip Mallery in Bristol channel'
NOT SO FOOLISH AS IT 8EEMS
“The way to keep well is never to allow
any ailment that attacks your system to
reach a chronic stage,” were the words of a
distinguished lecturer before the students
of tiie College of Physicians and Surgeons
in New York. The young men th«'*«11*
the teacher guilty of literary bull , but
before the end of the clinic the old u ofee-
sor showed how cte rly susceptible of proof
were his words. The secret of longevity
is chiefly found in promptitude in arresting
disease. The value of Compound Oxygen,
as made by Drs. Starkey & Palen, 1519 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa., in cheeking the
progress of many forms of disease in their
earlier stagesand be ore chronic conditions
arise, ins been established by years of the
severest test. Warning indication - always
precede the develo ment of Consumption,
Brenchitis, Asthma and Rheumatism. Do
not overlook or neglect them. Grapple
with the enemy while it is weak. Send
for a pamphlet on the Home Treatment,
it is sent gratuitously to every applicant.
Orders for the Compound Oxygen Home
Treatment will be tille I by H. A. Mathews
filo Powell Street, San Fraucisco.
THROW AWAY TBU08U
I And employ our radical, new m
guaranteed lo permanently cure th.
eases of rupture. Send IU cents in
for referen, es, pamplet ami terms tv
Dispensary Medical Associa ion
St.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Mias Mary Anderson has su„.
82,.'Ou for the benfil of Butlerer, b
A PLEASING LAXATIVE.
Whoever has taken HAMBURG >
will never take any other kind of 1L;
medicine. They are pleasant to the t
and are sure in tlieir action, a few;
curing tiie most obstinate case of «
palion or torpidity of -he liver, ySu
At all drurgiats
J J. Mack & (V
prietors, S. F.
“Seal of North Carolina” Plug c»t
the boss Smoking Tobacco. It i.
every first-class dealer in town.
A lfred S mith , neat looking and quiet,
—Charles Patterson, a notori»
hired out a< a waiter at a hotel at Lake chick- n thief of Richmond, V«.,,
Elmo, near St. Paul, Minn. Soon he was in the habit of killing and dressiagj
made second steward, and was doing well,
when his room mate reported that he w as chickens he stole before quitting t
a woman. It proved to be M ittie Carpen premises. Unfortunately for hia
ter, a Rhode Island girl. She disappeared fell asleep while nicking chiekea»\
Monday night, and in the morninrfc
THE PARENT OF INSOMNIA.
The parent of insomnia or wakefulness is
in nine cases out of ton a dyspeptic stomach.
Good digestion gives sound sleep, indigestion
interferes with it. The brain and stomach
sympathize. One of the prominent symptom«
of a weak state of the gastric organs is » dis
tui-bance of tho great nerve entrepot, the brain.
Invigorate the stomach, and you restore oqu.-
librium to the great centre. A most reliable
medicine for the purpose is Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which is far preferable to mineral
sedatives and powerful narcotics, which,though
they may for a timo exert a soporific influence
upon tho brain, soon oease to act, and invaria
bly Injure the tone of the stomach. The Hitters,
on tile contrary, restore activity to the opera
tions of that all important organ, and their
beneficent Influence is reflect <1 in sound s'eep
and a tram|itil stalo of tho nervous system. A
wholesome impetus is likewise given to the
action of the liver and bowels by its use.
The town of Salisbury, Md., was de-
troy ud by tire.
owner found him calmly snorinr b
the side of eight well-dressed U
and a pile of feathers. Riohmsid
roosts will not be disturbed by C'biti«
for many moons.
—Two horses hitched to a hack,»
which were two women, run awajj
Westfield, Mass. Jack Mahoney, i
well-known local ball player, rani
them, caught on behind, yelled to
frightened women not to jump out,;
then, while the carriage swayed
jolted, climbed over the slippery n
reached the driver's seat, leaned c
the dash! srd, grabbed the reins
brought the runaways to a stands;,
No one was hurt.— Boston Transcritk
—Two fatal accidents, remarksl
from their similarity, occurred in X,
Orleans recently. Felix Alvarez.twel
years old, was playing with his adopt
sister, and, half in earnest, half in je
threw a pair of buttonhole scissors
her. One of the blades struck her
the left shoulder and penetrated!
axiliary artery, and the girl bled
death before a physician arrived, l ,
hour or two later two negro boys quit
reled over a game of marbles and r
stabbed the other with a small kni
The blade cut the femoral artery i
the boy bled to death. Had eitl
weapou in either case struck afracti
of an inch to the right or left I
wounds would have been insignifia
—N. O. Picayune. ~
—A short time ago a New York mu
unexpectedly came into the possess«»
of $15,000. At the end of three dirt
he was penniless and an inmate of u
asylum for inebriates.— N. Y. Htmli
LIFE IN THE PARIS SEWERS,
Is possible, for a short time to the robust,
but the majority of refined persons would
prefer immediate death to existence in
their reeking atmosphere. How much
more revolting to lie in one’s self a living
sewer. But this is actually the case with
those in whom the inactivity of the liver
drives the refuse m tter of the body to
escape through the lungs, breath, the
pores, kidneys and bladder. It is aston
ishing that life remains in such a dwell
ing. Dr Pierce’s “Golden Medical Dis
covery" restores normal pur ty to the sys
tern and renews the whole being.
There are now 181 free delivery Post-
offices in the United States. The work
requires!, 81 carriers.
DR. FLINT S HEART REMEDY would
have prevented many cases of -poplexy,
which is usually dependent upon disease
of the heart, if taken when first any unu
sual sensations were felt. At druggists.
81.50. Descriptive treatise with each bot
tle or address J. J. Mack & Co., S. F.
THE SECRET OF LIFE.
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP, is the
remedy for the cure of Scrofulous Taint,
Rheumatism, White Swelling, Gout, Goi
tre, Consumption, Bronchitis, Nervous
Debility, Malari , and all diseases arising
from a 1 impure condition of the blood.
Certi cates < an be pr sented from many
leading Physi ians, Ministers, and heads
of fami ies throughout the land endorsing
SCOVILL’S BLOOD AND LIVER
SYRUP in the highest terms. We are
constantly in receipt of certificates of
cureB from the m .st reliable sources, and
we recommend it as the best remedy for
If Success be the true test of merit,
it is a settled fa t that "Brown's Bron
chial Troches" have no equal for the
prompt relief of Coughs, Colds and Throat
----- — ,
Irish May Flower oures Costiveness.
Biliousness, Dyspepsia and Malaria. 75
cents at druggists.
No Opium in Piso’s Cure for Consump
tion. Cures where otherreinedies fail. 25c.
G et Lyon’s ’Del Stiffeners applied to
your new boots and shoes before you run
This powder never varies A ur el ot
Strength and wholesomeaess. Mor
the ordinary kin<lR, ai <1 oannoi be do *1
tion with the multitude of ’ow test. •”on.
^lum or phosphate powders. S ;d only ■
H ot al B aaing F owdsm Ca 103 Via street, a i
■When Baby w-z tick, w. gave tier Caatorla,
Whan she was a Child, site cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Caetoria,
—A caiuurnia singe conch, runi
through the Moraga valley, and
seven outside passengers were i
down a precipice. One young li
after falling fifty feet, fetched op it
T ry G ermea for breakr^Mi
top of a tree quite unhurt and i
Go to Towne & Moore when in Portland quite destitute of clothing. N°M
for best Photographic and Crayon work. the passengers were seriously <•
Irish May Flower.
— a tittle news-boy of Orlando, f-1
being suddenly told of his fztk*
death, dropped his papers and buff
home. A citizen, picking them '
»old them through the town, ten1
the circumstances, and realized»»5*
dollars, some of them fetching b”(
Whan she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
CU tic U f ^ a ,
R emedies ”
Humon cured b>- “>•
C uticura R esolvent , the new blood purifier
blood •?’’ Inspiration of impuri'
CAt be .4 Poisonous elements, «nd remove« the
CVTICVRA. the great Skin Cure, instantlv
and’s/Jl'ii* »»<1 mflummation.claars the Skin'
^,?£»>P-heals I. leers nnri restores the Hair,
t. raj«™" ■S’AP- an exquisite Skin Beautifler
is indispensable in treating skin Diseases H«h«
HsJJiar,'>-kinni!<'n‘l'he?- . app< rt and Oily Sirin
Sold everywhere. Price. C vtici - ra w . -
S<> ap . 2.5c.; R esolve » «i.-
tert't ad for How to Cure Skin Diseases."
Sharp. Hudflen. Sciatic. Neuratoi Hh,.„
I® matte and Nervous Paio. instantly relieved
■ to Ci Tn vas Awn P ais P t
Cures all Diseases originating
disordered state of the BLOOD
LIVER. Rheumatism, Neun
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Ser
Turnon, Salt Rhenm and Men
Pains readily yield to its pun
properties. It leaves the Blood ?
the Liver and Kidneys healthy»1“1
Complexion bright and clear.
J. R. CATES A. CO., Propriété*
417 Saneome St.. San Francis«*
NATUREL * PALATAUt IKMEOY.
CONSTIFATIGH , Seltzer
This i.4 no violent purgative,
agent, which is iuvaluable
for the cure of Constipation
Torpid Lirer, Sick Headl
»che and L>y«peT*ta, Itpr-%-
«ctivu of the
hovel«, «kin and kidneys , is
An efficient febrifuge, an I is
useful in all iiAilauimatory
WANTED GOOD MA
Energetic worker; business in
t. tb. mo.t ecenomlrat, ary 170. References. Am. M’ff Ho
Barclay St. N. Y.
RICH, RARE, RACV-
THE PARISIAN 8 PRIDE
U. pleuin. tl, th« «ye .0(1 8.-
Plain, «ratal en,.k,p«, no qutotk-n«. S*
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