The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, December 03, 1886, Image 4

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    MODERN SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY.
An Iguana from Brasil.
OVERWORK IN SCHOOLS.
AGRICULTURAL NOTES.
SOMETHING AN
INVENTOR
Irish
FOUND OUT
Among literary p°op e Phtneas (¿arrctVt
volumes of * One Hundred Selections” are
standard works. Among business men
all over this country he is known as the
inventor of the Penn Letter Book for copy­
ing letters without the aid of water or
press. Mr. Garrett was found at his oiHce.
No. 7U8 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia, and
asked regarding his experience with Com­
pound Oxygen.
“I will tell you what I know about it,
he replied. “When living in West Ches­
ter I suffered terribly from nasal catarrh,
which was seriously aggravated by sudden
changes of the weather. The usual reme­
dies gave me no relief and the disease had
advanced so far that the cartilage of the
nose was as hard as bone. My whole sys­
tem suffered. Life lost its attractions. I
visited lira. S tarkey & P alen . mow at
1529 Arch street, in this city, placed my­
self in their hands, and began using the
‘Home Treatment.’ I found it very bene­
ficial and continued it until I was entirely
cured.”
“Did its use entirely restore you f
“Yes. I have been quite well for some
time. My wife uses ComiK)und Oxygen
with excellent results when occasion re­
quires. and I have seen its effects on
others.”
“Have you had an opportunity to observe
its effects on persons outside your own
fami yf’
_
,,
“Yes,” answered M . Garrett. * 1 recall
the case of a young man who worked for
us. He had consumption and hemorrhage
after hemorrhage. He took the Compound
Oxygen for a year and improved wonder­
fully. Many of my friends have been ben­
efited by its use. Everybody ought to
know ihe value of this remedy. My long
and satisfactory experience with it causes
me to grow enthusiastic when the subject
is mentioned.”
“Do you always use the Home Treat­
ment V'
“No. I prefer to go to the office, 1529
Arch street, an 1 take the Compound Oxy­
gen there.”
“Why sot”
“Well, there is a satisfactory moral
effect about taking medicine under the
direct supervision of an experienced phy­
sician in whom you have confidence. Still,
I use my Home Treatment very often and
with great benefit. It is a pleasant recre­
ation, if I have a cold in my head or an
attack of indigestion, to £oand be cured
at once, in tead of waiting until I reach
home at ni^ht.”
•‘Did you ever observe any injurious
effects C
“On the contrary. The heart is strength­
ened and the pulse is steadier after using
it. In every respect my experience ana
observations lead me to regard Compound
Oxygen as a valuable remedial agent and
one I hat only needs to be better known to
find universal acceptance.” A pamphlet
on the su ject is mailed free to all who
want it.
Orders for the Compound Oxygen Home
Treatment will be fllie i by H. A. Mathews
615 Powell Street, San Francisco.
May
Flower is a
.
*
health._______n,*»Kity 4,
“I want to show you a new and wonder
There w, re 032 shipwrecks duri
living thing that arrived at the garden Kvldeuce in Relation to the Oft-Ko- A Coloma Devoted to the IntorMU of Farmer,
fiscal year ending September, 1888*
and Stockmen
lately," said Head Keeper Byrne, as he
peated Complaint—The Trouble.
INVALID..' H01EL AND tffJHQICAI 1^
When a new discovery is announosd, led the way to the snake-house the other
The president of an eastern college
Early sown grain throughout Ore­
TUTE.
U,Il
day.
The
new
arrival
is
about
as
horri
­
society sits and stares at the diacovereras
has been collecting evidence in relation gon is looking tine, and a big yield is
if to say, Well, what are you going to do ble and yet as dandified a looking fellow to the justioe of the oft-repeated com­
This widely celebrated Inztirmu
cated at Buffalo, N. Y„ i- orguJ?!!?’
about it? Capitalists dodge him when he as can be found on the banks of the plaint that pupils in public schools are promised.
a full staff • f eighteen expt-d^
John Likens and John Kilcup took
calls. By common consent he is voted a Schuylkill. He is in a gl-ss case. It is generally overworked. He addressed
skillful "Phy-iciaiis and Suri
bore. He is generally poor. A long the iguana, a species of the lizard fam ily, circulars to 150 teachers and physicians 40,000 nop plants to Nooksack cross­
luting the most complete oriranl.Le
course of meditation on mathematical and was forwarded to the garden by the of observation and experience, asking ing, W. T., recently, with a view to
medical and Burgical skill in
problems has imparted a dazed air to his commissioners of fisheries of Massachu­ , for their opinion on this subject. Only establishing a hop ranch.
ths treatment of all chronic dl•
whether requiring medical or
physiognomy. His clothes are apt to be setts, with the request that when he dies live suggested that the work ordinarily
Potatoes marketed immediately
means
for their cute. Marvelous k, 0,1
his
body
shall
be
sent
to
the
Smithsonian
shabby. His eyes have a hungry look.
required of pupils in schools was exces­ after digging at 40 cents will give
has been achieved in the cure of all
He is generally a one-idea man; on all institution at Washington. The iguana sive or beyond their ability to perform more profit than if held over until
throat and lung diseases, liver anil ku**
other subjects than the one he has in does not look much like dying, although without impairing their health. A very spring and sold at 50 cents.
diseases, diseases of the diirestiv.,
bladder diseases diseases pecuir1*81
hand he is apt to be dull and ill-informed. the only one of its kind that was ever considerable number, however, reported
Joseph Watt, of Amity, Oregon,
women, blood taint and skin di 10
Men of the world know that, as a rule, previously brought to this country died that iu their opinion very many of the
rheumatism,
iieuraivia, nervous d«?*’'
such men are either enthusiastis or im­ the day he was brought to the zoological pupils in the public schools were injured sold his apples on the trees, and when
paraljsi-, epilepsy
sperniatnSff'
postors. It is safe betting that nine out garden, some years ago. His body is a by the branches they pursued out of they were accounted for it was found
uiipote. cy and kindr d affections nS
of ten new discoveries or inventions drab color, mixed with black streaks. school, by injudicious home training, that the orchard paid him over $100
sands are cured at their homes
corresponded e The cure of the
will turn out to be useless or frauds His neck and head are erect; he has a and by what are termed “the require­ per acre.
ruptures, pile tumors, varicocele
It
is
authoritatively
stated
that
the
long
tail
like
an
alligator,
and
four
paws
The prudent capitalist never embarks
ments of modern society.”
cele and stri lures are guaranteed Via
aggregate
exportation
of
Indian
corn
money in enterprises where the chances which spread out flat upon the sand in
Girls—and the complaints about over­
only a short resided e at the lnstitusV
his warm cage just like a lizard's feet
and meal since the beginning of our
are nine to one against success.
Send '0 cents in stam s for the I. ,
work in school chiefly come from girls
Guide Book ( 68 pages), which
And yet there are great discoveries in Sticking out from the center of his back, and their mothers—who take three music commerce does not equal the corn pro­
particulars. Address World's Disi»?.
course of evolution which are destined from the head all the way down towards lessons a week and who practice on the duct of the United States for this
Sledical Association, Buffalo, N. Y*
to revolutionize the world, and to pile up ’ the tail, is a row of black bristles, which piano two hours each day are very likely year.
A putrid carcass polluting the air of
fortunes for their patentees compared to | stand erect and do not look as if they to break down. If they take dancing
Cay enne pepper blown into the ra,i.
which the colossal wealth acquired by would make a person comfortable who lessons on Saturday, “go to parties” one a pasture will spoil not only the milk
where ants congregate, will drire th
would
have
the
temerity
to
sit
down
the owners of the Bell telephone will !
away. The same remedy is also vofJ| ?
evening each week, receive cailers on of the cows running there, but also
mice.
B l#
seem trifling. Take the one subject of upon them.
stated occasions, and devote considera­ the entire contents of the vat into
“The most wonderful thing about the
aerial navigation. A hundred years have
which
the
tainted
milk
is
poured
at
ble attention to society matters, they
DELICATE WOMEN.
elapsed since ' Montgolfier demonstrated iguana is his appetite," said Mr. Byrne. generally lose their vivacity and health. the factory.
Children and delicate women should
the navigablility of the air. The missing “He eats the most delicate and choicest Tlieir brothers, however, of about the
Moat of the experiments made in
lie forced to take the vile compound« whu
link with him was the power to direct fl.-wers, and a white rose is the sweetest same age, who do not take music lessons, feeding swine with cooked and raw
are usually given for constipation „J?
his balloon. Fifty years afterward John morsel that we have yet found for him. who do not drum on the piano, who do food have not shown sufficient differ­
indigestion, etc
HAMBURG FIGS *
like preserved fruit, and are the be»t I.
Wise believed he had discovered the He eats it with avidity.” Mr. Byrne not entertain company in the parlor, but
ence
in
favor
of
the
former
to
pay
for
ative known. 25 cents At all dmggU
secret; he declared that the air lay in disappeared for a moment and returned who prepare the wood for the kitchen
J. J. Mack & Co., proprietors, S. F
the extra -labor required, which in
strata, in some of which the wind was with a Jacqueminot rose, which he in­ fire, bring in the coal, play bjjll, and en­
invariable. The defect of his theory serted in the cage. The curious looking gage in sports likely to prove somewhat some cases better results have been
was that his premises were false—there reptile lowered his head, and with a detrimental to good clothes, come out all obtained from feeding raw corn meal
is no aerial stratum in which the wind quick motion seized the pretty flower right. These observing persons remark than that which has been cooked.
Mulching is done by placing a
is invariable. Since 1880 Capt. Krebs and swallowed it. Its eyes are intensely that boys remain hoys at an age when
and others in France and Germany have black and snappy, and from around the their Bisters have an ambition to be con­ layer of coarse manure from three to
actually constructed dirigible balloons. mouth there hang curious pieces of Bkin sidered young ladies. As a consequence, six inches deep, extending one or two
Capt. Krebs made four miles an hour looking like plated armor.
the former are generally healthy and feet further in each direction than the
The iguana is found in Brazil, and the
against the wind. Of course, this is not
strong, while the latter are sickly and roots. This protects the‘earth about
very fast traveling; but the first railway epicures of that country are said to highly feeble.
the roots against drying or baking with
carriage only made six miles an hour. If prize its flesh for food. It is the tooth­
the wind and sun, retains to it the re­
The
complaints
about
overwork
In
Krebs can sail four miles an hour against some terrapin of South America. When schools, or “overpressure,” as the Eng­ quisite moisture, and obviates all oc­
the wind, he can, by perfecting his the iguana is stretched out he will prob­ lish term it, are chiefly heard in cities casion for a practice, generally of in­
machinery, sail forty. When he does, ably measure five feet in length. There and large towns. Complaints in regard jurious effect—the watering of newly
Free front Opiates, Emetics and
railroad passonger travel will be at an is a pool of water in the cage, and he oc­ to this matter never come from the planted trees.
end and the age of aerial travel will casionally takes a bath.—Philadelphia country. Still it is a matter of common
It is asserted that the number of
Tinies.
begin.
observation! hat the advancemen t is much sheep is diminishing in Europe. This
In a late number of this journal we
Against the Use of Slant;.
rapid in country than in city schools, more ¡8 attributed to more land being
A t D ruugists and D kai . km .
noticed the progress that is being made
THE (HABLES A. VOUKLER CO., II ALTI MORI. IB.
A little intentional waywardness grows which shows that the pupils do more brought into arable cultivation and
in the use of electricity as a motor. It into habitual carelessness. We come to work. The country girl who prepares
cropped
with
roots
and
forage
plants.
seems that a large pro|K>rtion of the boots posse«« a loose, incorrect, inaccurate breakfast for the family, walks two miles
But the total amount of meat and
and the clothing tliat is made bi San style of expressing ourselves. This in­ to the school-house, masters ’ all the les­
Francisco is to some extent sewed by jures our manner of thinking and per­ sons assigned by her teacher, walks home wool does not appear to have de­
electricity. We say “to some extent," verts our taste. Do not give false names at night, and gets supper before she com­ creased. These observations apply es­
of uncertain age was asked
because thus far the motors are only an to ideas, else it may finally happen that mences her studies for the evening, does pecially to France since thirty years. by A a fem.le
IB co—Tv
census taker: “How old are you,
auxiliary to the sewing machines; the you will find it difficult to tell the truth not lose the roses on her cheeks or the There has been augmented consump­ madam?” “Thirty years,” she replied.
hing
tion,
but
then
also
the
population
has
human hand and foot are still required, about them when you would. To keep strength of her limbs before she has
“That's what you told me last census, ten
increased.
years ago.” “Well. I’m not one of the
though their labor is reduced.
But it is our language pure, to keep it exact, to donneu long dresses. If she liappeas to
Kind of women who tell one story one
Roses should ba planted in a deep, time
obvious that the next step in the course keep it forcible, to make it mean some­ move to the city, the chances are that
and another story another.”
of invention will be to devolve the whole thing, we must put it to no improper she will find herself in advance of the rich, well-drained soil, so that the top
work upon the machine when it is once use. And we put it to improper use, for girls of her own age in the school she roots are not less than two inches be­
THE PARENT OF INSOMNIA.
started. One girl will be able to manage example, when we take a word that enters.
low the surface, and should be severely The parent of insomnia or wakefulness is
half a dozen machines working simul­ should weigh a ton to express an idea
Cures Rheumatism, NeuraWi,
The complaints about over work in pruned every spring before the buds in nine cases out of ten a dyspeptic stomach.
Hack nr be, II endache, Toothaefe,
taneously. There is no limit to the use lighter than chaff, when we take a word schools in cities come from wealthy and start, cutting back on the last growth Good digestion gives sound sleep, indigestion
Siirr.ins, llrnLc«, etc.,etc.
interferes
with
it.
The
brain
and
stomach
of electricity as a motor, if once it can that should be as sublime as the stars to fashionable families. They are most to three or four buds, except climbing
PlIICE. FIFTY CENTS
AT DKUGGIs’I'S AND DBA LIB I
sympathize.
One
of
the
prominent
symptoms
be taught its business.
THE CHARLES A. VQURLKR CO.. *<Al/riJK)U,ll I
roses,
which
may
first
be
allowed
to
stand for an idea as commonplace as an frequently heard in relation to schools
of a weak state of the gastric organs is a dis­
Surgery is a science which seems des­ old fence, when from the horror of very that draw their patronage from the partly cover the space desired.
Old turbance of the great nerve entrepot, the brain.
tined to benefit largely by the progress Tophet wo borrow a metaphor to apply avenues. Ti e German. Scandinavian, decayed branches should never re­ Invigorate the Btomach. and you restore equi­
librium to the great centre. A most reliable
AN
of science. We noticed the other day to the annoyance of an insect.
for the purpose is Hostetter’s Stomach Energetic worker; business in his section. Si
and “country-raised” girls, whose parents main. Every autumn compost should medicine
ary 2/0. References. Am. M’f’g Hsuae, 1!
Bitters,
which
is
far
preferable
to
mineral
the admirable use to which the telephone
The slang expression is the outlaw of work for a living, and who are obliged be placed around the stems of the
and powerful narcotics, which,though Barclay St. N. Y.
had been put for purposes of ausculta­ language. It is a ruffian. Fortunately to work themselves, make no complaints plants, and spaded into the ground the sedatives
they may fora time exert a soporific influence
upon the brain, soon cease to act, and invarla
tion, and for the diagnosis of throat and if we but leave it alone it will not molest about overwork in schools, and their following spring.
bly injure the tone of thestomaoh. The Bitters,
lung diseases, where the patient could us, but go into exile and oblivion. But mothers are not obliged to consult high-
UpS
on the contrary, restore activity to the opera­
When
a
new
milch
cow
has
her
calf
not visit the doctor. Here is a field of there's the rub.—R. C. Craven in Chi­ priced doctors in relation to getting them
tions of that all important organ, and their
—:8END TO:—
taken
from
her
she
will
often
hold
up
beneficent influence is reflected in sound s’eep
bMINMVIl
wide promise for the scientist.
The cago Journal.
excused from certain studies.
They her milk, apparently for the purpose and a tranquil state of the nervous system. A
tendency of medical and surgical science
wholesome impetus is likewise given to the
carry off most of tile honors and leave of saving it for her offspring.
It will action of the liver and bowels by its use.
• is toward the adoption of specialties; mm
Foreign and American Cemeteries.
school rosy, healthy, and strong. In ad­
of the highest scientific rank will evi­
1 do not think that either Fere L dition to mastering all the branches their require kindness and patience to over­
just
come this habit. The operation of During the year the United States used
dently hereafter devote themselves to a Chaise or Kensal Green are as naturally more
fortunato sisters have ac­ milking is pleasant, to the animal, and 7,038,55 i barrels of salt, of 280 pounds
Tl
single organ, or to a single class of Ix-autiful as Greenwood in Brooklyn. quired a they have acquired lan­
each.
diseases, and will deal with them exclu­ Laurel Hill at Philadelphia, Bellefon­ guage new to them which they here­ if she is given a mess of warm slops
i frepareJ tc
143 POST STREET,
*
*
*
*
A
disease
of
so
delicate
a
while
being
milked
her
attention
will
sively. Such men will be unable to sfuiro taine at St. Louis, or Mount Auburn in after adopt as their mother tongue.
---- TFOR their :----
nature as stricture of the urethra should
time to travel around visiting patients, Boston, but they are superior in artifi­ There is very little ground for the com­ be so diverted that she will yield with­ only be entrusted to those of large ex­
New
Illustrated
Catalog,
j.
and in many cases patients will be un­ cial embellishments. In the United States plaints about overwork in scbrols. The out remembering her calf. It is im­ perience and skill.
By our improved
able to visit them. The telephone will where splendid fruit trees and shrub­ overpressure is produced by music­ portant ta milk clean from the first, as methods we have been enabled to speedily Containing lowest prices in W ools , E mbi
kry M aterials , H osiery . H and ­
bring the doctor to the sick man’s bed­ bery of all descriptions are so abundant, teachers, dancing-masters, »rd doting retention of milk in the udder injures and permanently cure hundreds of the
kerchiefs . L aces , E tc .
worst
cases.
Pamphlet,
references
and
it
and
tends
to
decrease
the
yield.
side, and with the assistance of a photo­ it is the easiest thing in nature to con­ mammas who desire to have their
terms, 10 cents in stamps. World’s Dis­ 'I T Staple as Gold. T3
M
graph and a careful record of symptoms vert the churchyard of the smallest town daughters prepared for society.—Chicago
In France butter is packed in bags pensary Medical Association, 663 Main r I rish may floweií
from the family physician, the specialist into an attractive object without great Tinies.
not more than three inches in diame­ Street, Buffalo. N. Y.
Ready Remedy. The
I
will be enabled to diagnose and prescribe. expense. In England and in France the
ter for family use, not more than two The mines of the United States produced S child’s Real Medicine.
Pleasant to take and mild
Surgery has already derived some help the hand of affection plants cypress and
inches for restaurants. Each bag 00.069,216 long tons of coal during the H in
The .Swallow lu Japanese Houses.
action, hence the fum-
from the exjieriments which have been wHlow over tho grave and riches build
Cerner
holds two pounds, and when filled year.
ily favorite.
In
the
building
of
its
nest
and
rearing
made with the oxy-hydrogen and other the proudest marble that art can erect.
Irish
May
Flower
|
they are tied and packed in brine, in
of
its
young
the
Japanese
swalh
w
pays
BRIGHT’
DISEASE.
Cure« Billiouimes», Costive- \
fierce lights, but the progress has not I do not know why wealth should place
OGAN
the highest compliment to and exhibits tubs or casks which can be headed
ill
DR. FLINT’S HEART REMEDY, M nés«, Dyspepsia and Mala­
been as large as might be wished. It over our tombs a mark of any sort. A
tight.
The
cloth
used
must
be
quite
throughits curative influence over Bright's A ria manufactured from ab ­
the
greatest
amount
of
confidence
in
its
seems possible to make a light so pierc­ tomb is one of the shallowest ideas of
solutely
pure vegetable
protectors; for. however incredible it may free from lint and should be very disease of the kidneys, causes pain in the Y herbu.
i
ing that it will enable a practiced eye to our finite conceptions.—London Cor.
small of the back to vanish, and dimin­
slightly
starched
—
just
enough
to
Irlwh
May
Flower /
seem,
its
habitation
is
built
and
its
little
ishes the abnormal flow of urine. At
see through the tissues. When this is Boston Herald.
The
great
Bowel,
Stomach
1
family brought up. in the liv ag-rooms make them iron smoothly—then run druggists. Si 10. inscriptive treatise with
Th« Bes
0
and Kidn- y Regulator, K
accomplished the physician will call in
The bag each bottle; or address J. J. Mack & Co. F Liver
of Japanese families, and this not only together of uniform size.
for num, woman or child.
romptly
.
the aid of the surgeon to deal with
From the recipe of the cele­
Philosophy About Ligntiiing.
L brated
in the unfrequented parts of the country, should be placed in a mold of suitable S. F.
Irirth Physician, Sir _
diseases of the heart, the liver, the kid­
0
Dominick Corrigan.
Trial k
A ease of serious illness from fright in but, as Professor Morse assures us, in the size and shape while being filled.
The who'e talk of the Ladies now is,
neys, the bowels, the lungs, the throat,
bottle, 75 cent«.
Hold by*^
a thunder-storm has been reported. midst of their largest cities. The pro­
Y AO V I ÜO..Z
The great secret of keeping apples that Irish May Flower is the great skin W
the brain; instead of an empirical diag­
E Druggists
Agent«, 624 Montgomery fS
There’s a little philosophy about light­ fessor. than whom no more interesting through the winter is to store them in beautifier. Sold by all druggists at 7oc.
nosis based on external symptoms, the
R Street, Ban Francisco, Cal.
ning which, if everybody could have and acute observer of Japanese life ex­ a well-ventilated room or cellar that is
surgeon will see what the trouble is, not
Go to Towne & Moore when in Portland
perfect faith in, would save considerable ists, in speaking of these nests, says that kept as near the freezing point as
for best Photographic and Crayon work.
through a glass darkly,but clearly with his
I
mental pain. It is the certain fact that they are not built in any remote part of possible without actually freezing the
own eyesight; and the patient will have
a person who is struck by lightning the house, but in tile principal and often apples. Apples and potatoes should
SliRhl Cold,” Cough.—
a better chance of recovery than now
never feels any pain. He hasn't time to visited rooms, where the inmates are the never be kept in the same cellar, or if Browns Bronchial Troches" give im­
A Strie
The Leading and Reliable
when the doctor dosee him with nitrate
mediate relief.
think what killed him.
If he is consci­ busiest about the household affairs. He
this
is
unavoidable,
the
potatoes
of potash to cure a pain which he calls
iood(?) 4
ous at all it is after he has found him­ adds that the children take great delight
should be kept in the warmest part of
rheumatism because he doesn’t know
self awake in another world. There is in watching the nests in process of con­
what it is, and tills him up with quinine
the cellar, and the barrels of apples,
no use in any one getting scared when struction and in the reariug and educa­
to antidote malarial poison.—San Fran
Of Portland, Oregon
he hears the crash or sees the flash. H< tion of the young birds afterward. 4R well headed up, near the windows,
(Cor. Firi-t and Morrison 8t»>.
cisco Chronicle.
‘Orp
is safe for that time at least, because il soon as a nest is fairly begun, some where, on days when the air outside
A
rOI XTRY OHI1ERM SOLICH
The Work of Two Painter«.
the bolt is aimed at him he has no oc memlier of the household puts up a neat is only a few degrees above freezing,
POSITIVE CURE VAN B. DzLABHMUTT, JUDOKW W TMp
TON
If we allot to each twenty-five years easion for the use of either his ears or little shelf beneath it to prevent litter on they can be treated to a cold breeze
Fnaident
V Io« Pi«“*
for every form of
from
the
open
windows,
while,
at
the
HAM J. GORMAN. Cwhl«.
,,
his
eyes.
—
North
American.
of painting we shall In within the mark.
the floor, and the bird, accepting this ar
SKIN sad BLOOD
METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS BANK. POBTUl
only first cl
DISEASE
A brief calculation will, therefore, show
a “locus in quo,” returns, year after same time, the atmosphere in the
Transact« a General Banking Burine«;
Krupp'» Big Business.
FBOM
that if Diaz were indeed the undoubted
year, to rebuild or repair and reoccupy part of the cellar where the potatoes
interest on deposit« aa follow«:
On 3 months certificate« 4 per cent
Alfred Krupp owns probably the larg­ the old nest in the same place.— Scientific are kept does not fall below forty de­
HIIW TO SCBOfTU.
author of all the mors or lees authenti­
lr«t .«IMF
Ou 6 month« certificate« 5 i>er cent
grees. With a thermometer in the
On 12 months certificates 6 per oent
cated canvasses that bear his signature, ess business in the world dependent oi> American.
fihenm.
with 7 relieved
its wonizlnv
DIMCTOB»:____ _ o ,
cellar it is quite possible to cool off' S^,hl£5h‘ni.KUinln
*' 1D8tant)
b; a
he must have painted between seven and one individual. The works within th<
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H W Scott,
W Thayer,
Th« First Written Senatorial Speech.
C uticvha soap and a sinale — Judge
the apples without injuring the pota­
H w Moo»*
Judge K D. Sh.tluck,
eight pictures every day, even counting town of Essen, Germany, occupy more
of C cticura , th. great Skin « '11-e
The first written speech read in the toes. Do not unhead the barrels until sCPlicatl.n
Dr W Ay
Hyl,e«t«r Farrell,
'This
repeated
dally,
widi
two
or
three
doses
of
than
500
acres,
half
of
which
are
undei
Sundays and the intercalary days of leap
Dr.
Hou
Richard
Williams.
1 S J.
United
States
senate
was
by
the
Hon.
Isaac
H“*ot;n«NT.theNe» B ¿3 ladder
I F Pow«A
cover.
According
to
a
census
taken
in
Van
B.
DoLaahmutt,
the
apples
are
wanted.
It
is
rarely
a
year. Th. .store Rousseau painted only
O. H. Dodd
Hill of New Hani| 9.ire. a firm supporter good plan to sort over the apples to to keep the blood cool, the nersDimtion
September,
1881,
the
number
of
hands
five each day, and obviously was com­
i
6
bow
e>«<
’
Pen.
the
iiverand
of Gen. Jackson. When about half
A Come
Better let kidneys active, will speedily cure
paratively a lees diligent Artist It is employed by Mr. Krupp was 19,605 and through he suddenly lost the thread of pick out the rotten ones.
I A London
true that he worked laboriously over the the members of their families 45,776— his discourse and stopped, evidently em­ them remain undisturbed. Apples in Prarit'S*' s£nWn m'aP"SJ,“ta- Uchen-
pressing too
dyspensary ,
manipulation of his pictures, but the making 65,381 persons supported by his barrassed. His wife, who sat in tho gal­ ripening give off carbonic acid, which
pP as Irvii
PORTLAND, 0»
cannot
be
allowed
to
accumulate
in
ihe
compositions have not been thought out works,—Chicago Tribune.
pen are opp
lery almost directly over hitu, compre­
Young, middle «R1 *
so thoroughly. Of the two, the palm of
house
cellar,
but
’
must
be
removed
,by
Ro distinctly
Great Britain'« Machinery.
hended the situation, and said, in a voice
old, «ingle or
diligence must be awarded to Diaz. It
ai.d all wle. eui«5|
pansformati
The statement is made that all the heard all over the senate chamber: “Mr. ventilation. This deleterious gas, car­
LOST
MANHtM
_ WSeodi for How to Cure Skin iliseasM. “
is hard to say what the millionaires who varied machinery of Great Britain, now
Rasal organ
Nervous Debility
Hill, you've turned over two leaves at bonic acid, aids in preserving the «m K ionkv P ains . Strain9anrt W eakne« in
Ma circular
are the happy owners of these treasures operated by steam power, is capable of
torrhe:».
once." He immediately corrected his fruit, and it is one of the advantages
Sexual
De ky.Fai‘¡•ji
polored conr
think of the cold facta.—The Forum.
of
an
outside
cellar
that
this
can
be
performing more work, and hence pro mistake and proceeded with his remarks
of Mr. Irvin-
allowed
to
remain.
during more products, than could be amid a roar of laughter.—Bon: Perley
she Wanted H.r r.rqnl.ltw
t>'»n of a sail
’Skin Dt*-«e* TS
Eruption*.
.
Florence, aged 4, demanded as her per­ produced by the labor of 400,(MM).000 able Poore.
pWBl by a c
Bone Fains.
The
virtues
of
St.
Jacoba
Oil
as
pro
­
brow< come
Sore Tbroak 1
quisite the wishbone of every fowl bodied men, a greater number than all
claimed by millions of restored sufferers,
Coal, Lend »ml Iron In Ferula.
feet« <-f
jnste.| and t!
brought into the house. One day she the able-bodied men on earth.—Hartford
should
induce
everyone
to
supply
his
------
and Bladder Tro'S
Coal,
lead
and
iron
have
lately
been household with this great specific. It
«xchanged ft
W.-ak Rack. Burning Urine Gonorrhea
J
was carefully arranging her collection Times.
disccvered in abundance in Persia, in a conquers pain.
Irf. the hr«
prompt relief and cure for life
.„-tislW
Cures all Diseases originating from a u*£
when her father came into the room.
Both Nexea Co n mu It ConiWJJJ
Berlin*« Consumption of Kffffg.
land which has been inhabited a? long
P'nce-nez of
OFFICE—132 & 134 THIRD
t ’ tv ' pd '1 ’nv6 Of the bl <>0D or
"Fader." she said, looking up—“Fader,
brilliant jev
The annual consumption of eggs in as any portion of the globe, There are
At Canton. China, recently, a Chinese
is you doin' to die?" “Why, yes. Florence, Berlin amounts to 11,94-» tons, or 191,- vast sections of country in Asia which woman aged only 18, underwent the Ling »in, Bheumatism, Neuralgia
romplete the
we must all die some time," he said, 107,970 eggs. of the value of 9.459,842 have never been “prospected,
Chi execution which is that, while still Boil», Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula.
1 have not
«nd the
In ■«'«,"
touched by her earnest look, “Fader, marks. Ibis is equal to 145 eggs per discovery of gold and silver mini" there living, one piece of her body after the Paffi^r
Rh
M
m
and
Me
«««-ial
other is cut away until the body is di-
"How do I <]<
when you does die, may I have your capita, or about one egg in three days t<
7leld t0 iu purifying
is not an improbable event. - -Fit iUildpliia vided up into exactly 10 0 pieces.
•be brain."—
wishbone?"—Rome Sentinel.
«very inhabitant.—New York Graphic Call.
properties It leaves the Bliod pure
"
It
is
as
harmless
as
it
is
effective,"
is
the Liver and Kidneys healthy and the
American
Every noble life leaves the fiber of it
Q/- T., LONG
LOA!!
Most any one can make blunders, but
A clear conscienco is two-thirds ci all what is said of Red Star Cough Cure by
,<..4 .. Ion. M
frees are foi
interwoven forever in the work of the few people try to make the beat of thetr happiness, and contentment the oCi.r Dr. S.K. Cox, D. D., Analytical Chemist, Complexion bright and clear
V »..4 6 .....
world -Ruskin.
Washington, D. C.
Price, twenty-live
after they have. -Jud La fagan.
.... n.aelh.. W T'P.S
third.—Jud Lafagan.
Blue grass
’’"»Pri.tor.
•anta.
KuiM»r, rtact
417 Sanaome St , San Francleco.
from Kentui
Application of Science to the Useful Arts
—What the Future Hold* in Store.
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PROMPT.
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