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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1886)
BRITISH GREAT GUNS.
A LIBERAL RAILROAD.
We can recommend moat highly the
liberality of the Northern Pacific Rail
WHAT ONE MAY SEE AT WOOLWICH road for their action in making a
sweeping reduction in their passenger
rates in Montana, Washington and
A Hundred Acre« of
Mugaxlne* and Idaho.
Thia company have placed
Fouudriee - The
themaelvea on record, aa the first rail
FZlghty-One-Ton Infant — Fa
road whose intereata are identical with
those of the Pacific Northwest that
mous Old Cannon.
baa voluntarily reduced ita ratea to a
[Frank Yeigh in Detroit Free Press.]
The management, consider that, in
In some way or other the seer« tary of war
overlooked me when in London* but it wa* I the intereata of the people along the
only necessary to drop him a line at his | line, and in view of the increased
headquarter* in Fall Mall to receive a earnings and local travel, they can
prompt reply in the shape of a formal docu- , consistently reduce their local ratea to
ment notifying me that the war department ; a uniform basis of 5 cents per mile.
had ordered the Woolwich arsenal authori
ties to admit me to that establishment. The I These rates are applicable upon the
ride down the river in a penny boat—pa-s | main line and all its branches through
ing under London bridge, over the tunnel | out Montana, Washington and Idaho,
and by Billing-gate, Greenwich and Black and go into effect January 1st.
well—took about an hour. Beaching the ; reduction is equal to 30 per cent, lower
ma. sive iron gate of the arsenal, a commit- ; rates in Montana and Idaho, and 20
tee of reception, composed of five as hand- I
some policemen as ever snored against a per cent, in Washington.
The traveling public contingent to
lamp post, ha 1 thoughtfully been provided, i
one of whom led me into an offioe, where 1 ! the line of the Northern Pacific Rail
was invite«I to sign my autograph—a simple road have every reason to feel well
request that 1 always accede to.
disposed towards such a liberal man
Once inside the hundred acres of inaga- |
zi • and foundries surround the visitor in
bewildering profusion. Here and there odd
little trains of cars drawn by odd little en
gines went winding among the shops on nar .
row guage track«. To the right of the main
roadway was ths cap factory, the shining;
explosives pouring in streams from the Pay* a Tribute to the Memory of Hii
Meek Mannered School Teacher.
swiftly-working machines like wheat from a j
Bennie Gibbs is one of the daring, venture
fanning mi'I. Adjoining stood the bullet de
partment where thousands of leaden pills of some boys in my memory of school days. His
all shapes and siz
were being fashioned.! pa was a school director, and consequently
scores of boys manipulating the molds. In ! Bennie defied the teachers in the Gibbon
succession < aiue the laboratory for making school to an extent that made him heroic in
cartridges an I projectiles, the gun can iag
our eyes. It wras always understood that
and wagon departments, each occupying im Bennie was to test every new teacher to see
mense long buildings. Workmen in large how much “sass” he would take before bo
»quads were everywhere, in fact, about broke out and left the reservation. One time
10,000 are employed in the works.
old Mr. Grayson was sick and a substitute
The center of attraction is the gun factory, took the school for a few weeks. The substi
establisl ed nearly 200 years ago by a Ger tute was a mild looking man, of middle ago,
man. What monarchs of mechanism were somewhat bald, with a thin neck, sandy com
being fashioned by the hand of man!— plexion, meek voice and padlock whiskers.
enormous tritons, destined for a death Not a boy of us was afraid of such a looking
dealing service. From the glowing cauldron j man as that; still, Bennie Gibbs, as usual,
of fire—a hissing shrine—the swurthy work- I took the field for a reconnoisance the first
men, with distended sinews and powerful j morning. First he dropped a book on the
muscles, carrie I the ill-shapen wrought iron I floor. Then he dropjied bis slate. Then he
masses, simmering with a heat as condensed I pushed the big dictionary off the table. Then
as that from which it came, and laid them j he whispered. Then he left his seat without
on an iron bed. The building trem permission. Then he slammed the door like
an earthquake when he went into the recita
the largest in the w< rid—descends ami solidi- !
tion room. Then he whistled once. Then ho
ties and shapen* the cooling metal. At last j mewed softly, like a cat. Then he whined
e solid piece of iron of the requisite length like a dog. Then he said “Ma’am?” very
and thickness is complete and is then re- i loudly and pertly when the new teacher
moved to another foundry on powerful i
spoke to him very mildly, and we all laughed
trucks where, resting in a semi-circular bed.
ourselves tired. Then Bennie coughed like
1: r;e 1 orers lowly l ut surely chisel out the
an old man. Then it was time for recess and
cen.er, while the exterior is rounded and I
smoothed by immense knives. Finally it is the new teacher looked at his watch and told
place 1 among its comrades in the yard iis to put away our books and then he
where literally thousands of others—field tiptoed meekly down the aisle to Ben
pieces and mortars, howitzers and sn o >th- nie Gibbs’ seat. He took Bennie by
boie«. eighteen-pounders and eighty-one- both shoulders and churned him up and
tonners—lay strewn around—a vast arma- |
ment giving one a startling idea of the j
horrors of “grim-visa gel war.”
The eighty-ono ton infant, stretching to a >
length of twenty- even feet, lay peacefully |
at the entrance to the gun foundry, as docile !
and harrn!e s in his mental grandeur as a I
stranded whale. But let that gaping, omin
ous mouth once sj eak; let it but utter al
single hissing sy liable, and death and de
struction are the result. A trial of the great ,
gun w.is made at Dover. Four men rammed |
down a gigantic charge of 4tjO pounds of
powder, /t a given signal a den e volume I
of smoke, preceded by a blinding flash, [
startled the assembled crowd. A few mo- I
incuts after and the projectile, weighing 1,-
700 pounds, str .ck and ploughed up the water
at a c ilculated distance of four miles. The .
recoil of the gun carriage was no less than
seven feet. The doors and windows of the
And churned him up and down.
surrounding houses rattled, others shook to down for a while and then he shook him
their foundation; the largo panes of glass in until Bennie's hair Ix'gan to fly out, and then
the light-hou e were blown out—and the he bent over the shrinking lad and wore out
grim old monster subsided.
an ebony ruler on him. Then he said, in a
I wandered for an hour or more among meek, timid way. “The school may have re
the war.ike derelicts, huddled together by cess,” und tom hed the bell for us to go out.
the hundreds in out-of-the-way corners, We walked out like boyi walking to their
among pyrami ;s of cannon-balls, chain shot own executions. That night Mr. Gibbs went
rockets and shrapneb. Some had seen serv to see the new teacher about it, and that
ice-old veterans, rusty, smoke-begriinme.l meek num lieat him with a chair leg until in-
und crippled. In a solitary coiner lay a had to be put to bed. You never saw such a
group of Florentine guns of 1750; near by man. Ho wasn’t afraid of anybody. One
was a long, slen ier cannon cust in 1877, while day he put th* president of the board of edu
beyond it were seen several pieces of ord cation out of the school room because he
nance from India and the Crimea.
criticised the way the new man taught long di
Famous and war-tried cannon are treated vision. This teacher, whose name was Moses
with great respect. The White Tower in H. Meeker, went into the Union army soon
London is surrounded with a curious collec after the war broke out, and when one of our
tion of ol I cannon, some of very heavy cal- old boys, George Slocum, a Missouri boy.
iber and highly decorated. One was cast at who ha«i gone into the Confederate army and
Malta in 1773, with exquisite reliefs on the | was serving under Price, heard that Meeker
barrel, and two brass guns taken by Gen. i
was in Grierson’s cavalry, ho deserted and
Wolfe at Quelieo are among the number.
came north anti shot off three fingers of his
Mounted high on the (Nirajiet of old Edin
right hand to avoid tho draft. He said as
boro’s castle—the king’s bastion—and over- |
soon as he heard that old Meeker ha«i enlisted
looking the wonderful panorama of city and
country and sea, lies Mons Megs, the famou» ■ he knew the south had no chance. Meeker is
piece of ordnance which is said to have been a preacher now. He has been preaching in
forged at Mons in Belgium in 1-170.
Janie ■ tho same church for eighteen years, and never
IV employed it at the siege of Dumbarton 1 had but one row with tho choir. That was
It burst when firing a salute in ; tho first Sunday he preached, and they do say
honor of the duke of York in 1682; was r« ; that now, if he ordered that choir to sing the
long meter doxology to “Amsterdam” or
moved to the Tower of London in 1754, an
w as restored to Scot'and through the inter ■ “Silver Street," they’d do it, if it burst the
organ. — Robert J. Burdette in Brooklyn
vention of Scott in 1829.
Windsor castle jjossesses a few old-timers Eagle.
as well, the most prominent being the pro- I
Why Ho Followed.
trading head of a cannon surmount
He was going home to his wife and family.
ing the flights of stairs leading to the sum
mit of the Round Tower and commanding ti It was growing dark. He had a lonely road
from the car and ho was making as fast head
full sweep down to the doorway.
way as he could, when he suddenly gathered
a dim suspicion that a man was following him
The Little Chance.
purposely. The faster he went, the faster the
|New York Tribune.]
man wont and they came to a graveyard.
How >mall a chance stands between *u ■
“Now.” he said to himself, “I'll And out if
cess and defeat i* illustrated in the state
ment of a gentleman who stood by Mr I he is after me.” and he started through the
Blaiie at the Fifth Avenue hotel during th« cemetery. The man followed him. Vague
now famous mini ters’ meeting. “Ju*t a» visions of revolvers behind him, sensations of
ti e last sj eaker Itefore Dr Burelmr l mad« sandbags and loaded clubs and things grew
his peroration, the assembly, tired of hear upon him. He dodged around a grave and
ing from their own numlter, began to call his pursuer dodged after him. He made a de
for Mr Blaine. He ha.l clean'd his thro it tour of a mausoleum. Still the forbidding
stepped down a couple of steps on the stair shadow was after him, around and around.
way and w as just a Lout to open his inoutl At last he turne«i and faced the fellow.
“What in thunder do you want! What are
for utterance, when some gentleman s|«ok-
up, ‘Just a moment, brethren; let us hear r. | you following me for?”
“Say, do you always go home like this:
single wold from the oldest pastor of th«
city, Dr. Burchard, and then from Mr. I’m going up to----- '• house to do a job of
Bia lie.’ Courtesy could not do lees that, carpentering, and a man at the «*ar told me if
submit. While Dr. Burchard was speak ng I'd follow you I'd find the place. Are you
Mr. Blaine was evidently meditating oi i going home at all?” -San Francisco Chronicle.
what he himself should say, an«i I sh< u
judge did not bear distinctly the fem »u
He May Get It All.
and infamous alliteration. It was uttcre. I
“So you want my daughter!" queried a
m an indistinct way so that th<w right
alongside the »peaker did not catch its im Chicago capitalist, as the young man finished
his address and stood with folded arms.
l« rt, but only thoee directly in front ol
“Ethel is us«\l to luxury, you know?"
Eighty In a Line.
“V«'R, sir, and she shall have all that h«'art
(Chicago Herald. J
“But you are a poor young man. just gefc-
After the battle of Gettysburg, one of th.
ing a start in Dakota.”
Union burial | arties buried eighty Esdera
“Am III guess not. Our county has i«*ued
w Mien* in <»ne trench. They were alt frnn
a New York regiment, and all bad aeemingh bonds to the amount of $250,090 for internal
be.*n killed by o.ie vol.ey They were almo, iinprovt'menta, 1 am county treasurer an«I
let all contracts.”
in lin *, taking up but little more room tha
“Take he*. William, and remember that in
I ve men. Ail of them ware shot above th
is the keynote to suceem.
W a) I Street
hip*, and n «t one i>t them apparently live«
Iru minutes after being Lie.
V ; r - A «
Mr. A. P. Bak r writes from Friendship,
Ky.: “I was fo low down when I com
menced, I w as not able to use it regularly.
I believe it w ould have cured me if I could
have bad a fair chance. It has done me
good. The neighbors notice the improve
ment; some of them say I ‘look so much
better,’ and others say, ‘I never expected
you to look as we 1 as you do.’ I have
been sick so long, ft has cured my wife.
She is fifty odd years old, and her general
health is better than it has been since she
was yrou n. If she could see everybody
that is afflicted she would recommend your
Home Treatment. She thinks it will cure
Letters from patients in nearly every
State and Territory appear in the January
Health and Life, which, with the brochure
of nearly k00 pages, can be h’d. free, ly
any applicant for it, by mail or in person,
from Drs. S tarkey de P alen , 15.9 Arch
St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Orders for the Compound Oxygen Home
Treatment will be filled by H. A. Mathews.
(515 Powell street, San Francisco.
Young husband (to wife)—Didn’t I telo-
graph you not to bring your mother with
The production ot irold in the world
Young wife—I know. That’s what sbe during the year 1885 was ^101,489,00),
wants to seu you about. She read the tele and silver nearly $125,00°,(J00. The United
States ranks first as a precious metal pro
The Liiue Kiln Club.
“Am Pardon Johnson in do ball this eaven
in’,” asked the president, as he turned his
gaze toward the stove, behind which Pardon
is sure to be seated if the thermometer murks
less than eighty degrees above.
“Den pieuse step dis way until I spoke a
few words wid you. Pardon, I understun«:
dat you am studyin’ to be a doctah.”
“Dat’s good news, an’ Ize persenally glaL
on’t. Dey am sartin things about the doctah
bizness which you should alius keep in view.
In de fust place, look dignified an’ act wisc.
Many a man who «loan’ know ’nufftocom.
in when it rains has kept de fact from d-
public by lookin’ as if he knew all dat had
happened in dLs world eber since do fust sun
rose an’ sot.”
“If you ain called in a case an’ you find you
doan know wheder de pusson has got small
pox or de measles, doan gin yerself away too
quickly. Gin do case a few days to develop,
an' it will turn out to be one or the odder.
After it turns out you want to remark dat
you war’ suah of it lum de fust.”
“Neber gin lip a case. Do doctah who ad
mits dat ho can’t do a pashient any good
loses prestige; <le doctah who hangs by till de
patient goes underground kin say dat nobody
could hev saved him.”
“I was intendin’ to say dat, sah.”
“Keep your prescriptions an awful secret,
Pardon. If you should tell a sick man dat
you had given him a Dover's ¡lowder or some
Peruvian bark he would neber get well.
Your only safety am in deceivin’ your pa-
sliients. If de medicine works all right dcy
will git well and praise your skill; if it works
de odder way de undertaker an’ sexton will
hi«le he fack under ground.”
“Dat’s what I'm calkerlutin’ on.”
“Air, lastly, Pardon, enter into partnership
wid some druggist as soon as you make your
start. People who am foolish 'nulf to fall
sick mus’ expect to pay well fur deir medi
cines. De hundred per cent, profit which do
druggist ealkerlates on kin jist as well be
made a hundred an’ forty, an’ <le extra goes
to you. An’ some more lastly, (loan’ hev
nuffin' to do w’id patent medicines. If a pa
shient of yours has a bruise doan’ permit him
to buy his salve or liniment off de shelf. You
kin git 82 for writin’ him out a prescripshnn
fur de worry same thing. ”
“I learned dat de werry first week, sah.”
“Exactly. Ize glad to see you hev tumbled
to all de little rackets, an’ on behalf of dis
club I bid you good sfieed.”—Detroit Freo
A Nice, Quiet Trip.
••Tiic queerest wedding trip I ever heard
of,” said the station master at the west side
depot, “took place one day last week. The
couple were from a little corn and hog sta
tion down on the Burlington, and they came
up on one of the morning trains. They went
into the waiting room up stairs and remained
there the whole day. At noon they brought
out a bit of lunch and ate it together. Onlj
once or twice di.l the groom venture beyond
the station walls, and the cries of tho hack
men quickly frightened him back. The bride
had a great curiosity to go over closer to the
river, so she could see the shipping, but the
groom was afraid to leave the station for
fear of getting lost. Notwithstanding th<
seeming monotony of tho day they were as
happy as clams all day long sitting a-hold ol
each other’s hands. When evening came they
took the night train for home, where the}
were doubtless received as a hero and heroin«
after their adventures while taking in th«
wondera of Chicago.”—Chicago Herahl.
Faultless but Soulless.
A correspondent asks Bill Nye what he
thinks of his composition, specimens of which
he sends him, and the humorist answers: “In
the first place, your style of com^iosition is
like the prasent style of dress among men. It
is absolutely correct, and, therefore, it is ab
solutely like that of nine men out of every
ten we meet. Your style of writing has a
mustache on it, wears a three-button cut
away of some Scotch mixture, carries a cane
and wears a straight, stand-up collar and
scarf. It is so correct and so exactly in con
formity with the prevailing style of com
paction, and your thoughts are expressed sc»
thoroughly like other people's methods of
dressing up their sentence's and sand pair
ing the soul out of what they say, that I hon
estly think you would succeed better by try
ing to subsist upon the quick sale's and small
profits which the drug trade insures.”
Figs’ Feet are “Crubeens” in Ireland.
Mrs. Whitkina determined to get a green
girl, just from the ship, un«l bring her up by
hand, so that she would do things exactly to
suit her. This is one of her experiences of
the first day.
She took Bridget to the window and. point
ing out the butcher's shop opposite, said:
“Now, Bridget, go over there and see if the
butcher has got pigs’ feet.”
Bridget stayed a long time and then came
back with this information: “Shore, ma’am,
I cuddent see the shape av his fate; he kept
behind the counter all the time.”—Exchange.
A VALUABLE MEDICAL TREATISE.
The edition for 1887 of the sterling Medical
Annual, known as IloBtetter’s Almanac, is now
ready, and may be obtained, free of cost, of
druggists and general country dealer in all
parts of the United States, Mexico, and in
deed in every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere. This Almanac has been issued
regularly at the commencement of every year
for over one-fifth of a century. It combines,
with the soundest practical advice for the pre
servation and restoration ot health, a large
amount of interesting and amusing light read
ing, and the calendar, astronomical calculations,
chronological items, &c„ are prepared with
great care, and will be found entirely accurate.
The issue of Hostetter’s Almanac for 1887 will
probably be the largest edition of a medical
work ever published in any country. The pro
prietors, Messrs. Hostetter & Co., Pittsburgh,
Pa., on receipt of a two cent stamp, will for
ward a copy by mail to any person w ho cannot
prdcure one in his neighborhood.
PRESIDENT OF THE NEW YORK
For expediting legislative buslnes Ed
mund L. Pitt*, the President of the New
York State Senate, stands almost without
a peer. Such a place as he hold» is a moat
trying one and requires grqat povv era of
endurance. One ot Mr. Pitts’ablest sup-
porters will be seen in his letter given
S tate ok N ew Y ork , S enate C h * mb }"’.
A lbany . March II, IMSo.
I have used Allcock’s Porous Plasters in
my family for the past five yea;s, and can
truthfully say they are a valuable remedy
and effect great cures. I would not be
without them. I have in several insiances
given some to friends suffering with *vt‘a'i
and lame backs, and they have invariably
afforded certain and spee iy relief, lhey
cannot be too highly commended.
E dmund L. P itts .
RUPTURE PERMANENTLY CURED.
We will pay your fare from any part of
United States to Portland and hotel expenses
while here if we «lo not produce indisputable
evidence from well known bankers, doctors,
lawyer?, merchants and farmers as to our re
liability in the cure of reduceable rupture or
hernia, without knife, needle or sharp instru
ment. You ar, secure against accident from
the first day until cured, and the cure guaran
teed permanent or money refunded. Y oil can
work every day, no matter what your occupa
tion, without Ganger or inconvenience. Con
sultations free. Office hours from lOlp 4 daily.
Correspondents will enclose stamp tor reply
Tlife powder never varies, A uc-vei r.
and address Drs. Forden & Luther, rooms 8 and strength and wlmlesomeaesa. Moro econonuiJuZ
y. First National bunk. Portland. Oregon.
the ordinary kin«to. si d oaiinot be sold iy «^2
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The Wholesale Druggists of San Fran alum or phosphate pow«iera Sold eniy fa
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InBrniltle« peculiar to their sex. should try
A steamship collision off* the Queens
land coast resulted in the drowning c f
forty two persons.
THE POOR LITTLE ONES.
We often see children with red erup
tions on face and hands, rough, scaly skin,
and often sores on the head. These things
indicate a depraved condition of the blood.
In the growing period, children have need
of pure blood by w hich to build up strong
and healthy bodies.
If Dr. Pierce’s
“Golden Medical Discovery” is given, the
blood is purged of its bad elements, and
I the chilivs development will be healthy,
an«i as it should be. Scrofulous affections,
rickets, fever sores, hip-joint disease or
other grave maladies and suffering are
sure to result from neglect and lack of
proper attention to such cases.
Gustaf Alfred Lundstrom committed
suicide in Providence. R. I , after confess
ing that he was a murderer.
A REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION.
For ladies and children whose ta tes
cannot be offended with impunity, HAM
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This medicine combinée Iron with pure vegetable
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Clears the complexion, ana makes the skin smooth.
It does not blacken the teeth cause headache, or
produce constipation— all other Iron medicines du.
Mas M A, P reston , Forrest Grove, Oregon, says :
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M rs C has . A. S umnek , 1866 Ninth Ave. East
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Before using the second bottle I felt better and
stronger. I recommend it aa a m«jflt valuable tonic.”
M rs M ary D ranel , M Oak St., San Francisco,
Cal., says: “ I used Brown’s Iron Bitters for Nervous■
Headache and it cured me.”
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A CASE NOT BEYOND HELP.
Dr. M. H. Hinsdal , Kewanee, Ill., ad
vises us of a remarkable cure of Consump
tion. He says: “A neighbor’s wife was
Of Portland, Oregon
attacked with violent lung disease, and
(Cor. Find and Morrison Stsj,
pronounced beyond help from Quick Con
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isbment of all, by the time she had used
one-half dozen bottles she was about the
house doing her own work. I saw her at
her worst, and had no idea she could re
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William Cooley fatally shot William
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William Morrison was killed in a fight
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Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiars
women. The treatment of many thousifia
of such cases, at the Invalids’ Hotel andHq
ical Institute has afforded a large expert.nl
in adapting remedies for their cure, ana I
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescripts
Send 10 cents in stamps for Dr. Piercrt
Treatise on Diseases of W omen (KO IJ]
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Young, middle aged and Buffulo, N. Y.
Nervous Debility, Sperma
torrhea, Seminal LoHses,
Sexual De tay,Failing Mein-
•ory, Weak Eyes, Lack of
: Energy, also Blood and
Skin Diseases, Synhillis,
Eruptions, Hair Falling
Bone Pains, 8 sellings
Sore Throat, Ulcers, Et
fects of Mercury, Kidneys
_ , „ .
»nd Bladder Troubles,
Weak Back, Burning Urine, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strict
ure - prompt relief and cure tor life.
Both Mexes Consult Confidentially
134 THIRD ST.
ANTI-BILIOUS and CATHAB1
and Bl lions Attacks,
tromptly cured by Dr.
cents a vial, by Druggists.
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derangements of [Mt
of tl.ECTKi' ITT J"
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Will cure (with care) the worst cases In flveto sever,
«lays. Bach box contains a practical treatise on spe
cial diseases, with full instruction tor self-cure. (100
head to l<*. K»"'“
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drug Gj 575
flrrt «loor Bouth
lln this way:
Ipound of juic,
¡''now, and mJ
Add the volks
[of soft b’read
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for every form of
Their Special Tse.
SKIN and BLOOD
“Yes, Bobby," said the minis er, who
dining with the family, “everything in
world has its use, although we may not know
H1PLE8 TO SCMFTLL
what it is. Now. there isth ;fiy, for instance.
or Sait Rheum, with its agonizing
You wouldn't think that flies were good for
_______ , ______
Itching ansi \ burning,
relieved — by a
anything, yet----- ”
with C uticura ek > ap and a single
“• >h. yes, I would." interrupted Bobby. “I
ipplicatien of -------------------------------------
CuncvRA, the great Skin Cura.
know what flit's are gcxul for.”
This repeated daily, with two or three doees of
1 Cuneviuk RKsoLVBNT.itieNew Blood Purifier*
keep the blood cool, the perspiration pure
“Pa says that they art' the only thing what ta
and unirritating, the bowels open, the liver and
keeps him awake when you are preaching.”— kidneys active, will speedily cure
KcFA'rna, Tetter. Ring wo-m. Psoriasis, Lichen.
Pruritus. Scali Heart, Dandruff, and every
species of Itching. Scaly and Hmply Humors
Preferred CofTIre Henns to Cloves.
of the Skin and Scaln, with I. ami or Hair, when
bbst physicians and all known remedies fail.
"I must alwaya keep plenty of coffee in tin the
Sold every’where. I*riceX’UTicvRA.50c.; S oap ,
b.iusc,” snid €l"jw on U>e eve of her marring' 25c.; R kbolvrnt . fl. Frepared by P ottkr
D ruq and C hkjsical C o .. B oston . M as «
to her mother. ' I know Charley is ver
MTSend for “How to Cure Skin Diseases."'
fond of it, for when lie take* me to th
• K ipnky P aims , strains and Wfaiuie« in-
theatre and goes out between th* act* I *mv
' /W stantly relieved by the CVTicviu Ayrri- i
ton bis breath.”—New York Sun.
\ Pk l'AIN F lastkr . New. elegaal. infallibly I
PELLET? f VkVfeaXAve
• e Bk öwexs
old, single or married men
ai.d all who suffer with
B33 Marko. Atrwet. 8'"' Franc'.oo. Cal.
Fifty years standing ; Irish May Flower.
J. C STEELE, Agent,
“Seal of North Carolina” Plug Cut Ir
the boss Smoking Tobacco. It is kept by
every first-class dealer in town.
Ir pnpwed t
PRICE $1.00, KHtiaod
trh.n Baby wm .lek, w. gav. ner Caatoria,
Irish May Flower, “ King of all ”
is the result of this vast experience. N
internal congcHtlon, inflammatM
and ulceration. It is a SpecifieJ
is a powerful general, as well as uterine,
and nervine, and imparts vigor and etn-iM
to the whole system. It cures weflkn<«|
stomach, indigestion, bloating, weak raj
nervous prostration, exhaustion, aclHlity^
sleeplessn«‘ss, i n either sex. Favorite
tion is sold by druggists under our p.wj
guarantee. See wrapper around bottle.
When she wss a Child, she cried for ('Mtoria,
When she became Mias, she ciring to Caatoria,
When alie had Children, she gave them Caatoria,
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T mncisco .
o, Hwnbnr» Flr,. ln4 .„me p,r.„n. WW*
“ ,h*r •row ,B H-mbnre. Thry do not, bnt nr. *••£»
«• uo.nrpL.ed for tb. enr. of
Complaint, ladlje,tion, Dy.pep.la and »K»**
»nd cook in tl
L-A KO >d mi
f«ons Of Cfl
f“on of chc
F «ive onions,
PHon best vini
n*- one tab
JVr well, fo
“re and add