The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, March 01, 1887, Image 4

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    HOME AND FARM,
METALIZING THt DEAD.
I
INJUSTICE CORRECTED.
LINCOLN AS A SOLDIER.
THE SLEEP WHICH THE DRUGS BRING.
LICK TFLESCOPE
Sleep bringing drugs mean mischief.
Interments Cremation an<l
Embalming
Convincing Verification of Widecut Publ.c Ills Achievements Durln» the Famoil® They bring sleep, it is true, but they Th. U. ll...t. ........... It
—Without fr. -1>. clean water, no bir I
Outdone by This New Art.
Black Uawk Indian War.
bring more mischief than rest. Ilia sleep
Statements.
Groat Lent oflh„
»« 1,
can be healthy. - A’ •’ ■ •hunge.
At the great electric exhibition in To ouk R eaders :
.aong those who enlisted at the produced is not healthy. There is no re­
llwre is something a|1111>w
—Potatoes require the most potash,
freshment in it. The more you take these
beans the most lime corn the most Paris in 1881 there were to be seen
In common with many publishers first tap of the drum was Abraham drugs tlie more they rack .your nerves, in the design and constru«^
phosphoric acid and lhecureals the most parts of a corpse that resembled a and editors, we have been accustomed Lincoln, and equally to his surprise demoralize your brain, and give occasion monster Lick tolescope. jl ,
more and more drugs. “How, then,
most elaborate casting of copper or
n.trogen.— N. Y. Telegram.
and delight he was elected Captain of for
*
shall 1 proem e sleep!” asks the nervous greatest work ever undertaken
to look upon certain statements which
—If buttermilk is used for gridd’i bronze, retaining at the same time
his company. The volunteer organi and shattered victim of insomnia.
ing dillieiillies that had neveiu!
we
have
seen
in
our
columns
aa
mere
­
cakes it should be diluted one-third with their natural forms. At the subse­
zationsoftho.se days were conducted ► The records of the victories of Com­ been encountered; inviting mj T
water, so as to prevent the cakes becom­ quent exhibition, in April, 1885, this ly adroit advertising. Consequently on purely democratic principles. 1 lie pound Oxygen are full of cases in which ing drawbacks and disaster a,."*
sleepless sufferers have been blessed with
ing sticky.— Cincinnati Tinies.
art of galvanizing organic frames had we feel justified in taking the liberty company assembled on the green, an quiet and refreshing! slumber. That of ed to lie sullicient to stagger th
—Who has not seen a dirty cat that
Mr. Arthur Hagan, of Philadelphia, a persistant and Painstaking skill-13
would have been handsome but for th been improved inasmuch as they did of printing a few jHiints from a private election was suggested, and three well known*merchant,^nay lx; mentioned
discoloration.
Such a one may I m not only seem to be electro-galvanieally letter recently received from one of fourths of the men walked over tn as one. On taking Compound Oxygen, ed from day to day by a whole ¿3*
thoroughly cleaned bvwashing in warm coated but inetalized throughout, tlie our largest patrons, as a sort of confes­ where Lincoln was standing; most ol with faithful perseverance and gixid nurs of anxious olwervers; hovered, •
water anu drying before the fire, comb­ surface of the .-.ubjeot even being cop­
tho remainder joined themselves to Ing. his shattered nervous i-ysiem was re­ caressed by the united wisdom
'>«> of i • ad
ing and brusii ng at the same time.-- per. bronze, or whatever the alligition sion of faith to our readers. We quote: one Kirkpatrick, a man of some sub stored to health, his dyspepsia departed elation—the lens has eonie
*"
and he entered into the enjoyment of good world will; its
great
eyeiop^
“! •
“
We
have
convinced
ourselves
that
its
great
eyd,,'-
Chicago Journal.
consisted of.
These
preparations
health.
„
’
stance and standing from Spring
—A lamp standing for some time in a proved suggestive to the engineer, by telling what we knew to be true, we
Mr. J. B. Kenyon writes from Bedford, ready to pierce the mysteries „ 2
Cant»;.,
nes l "I i
( aptain -n'
Tlmnia»
cold room and then filled full of < oal-oil, J. Vergovatz, who quite seriously, have produced at last a permanent con­ Creek. We have the word of Mr. Lin Ohio: “ Your Compound Oxygen has heavens.
will run over through the expansion ol made the proposal to enshrine all viction in the public mind. Seven coin for it that no subsequent success worked wonders for me; has made a new superintendent
oil when taken to where it is warm. human corp-es galvano-plastically in years ago we stated what the national ever gave him such unmixed pleasure man of me; have not had an attack of furnishes some hitherto nupmS
since using it; was in very bad and
highly interesting ¡„f
Then the lamp may be. blamed for leak­ a metallic husk, thus putting the ques­ j disease of this country was, and that as this earliest distinction. It wa< a asthma
shape when I commenced ; Would not do
d the grinding
ing. To obviate this, never till the lamp tion of the d sposal of the dead in a , it was rapidly increasing. Three years sincere, unsought tribute of his equals without Compound Oxygen for fen times tion concerning
the
crown-glass
lens,
quite full.— N. Y. Times.
new, unprecedented phase. “Inter- | ago we stated that a marked check had I to those physical and moral qualities its pries; first time I inhaled it I went to
l,s’ , atul the pu
transporting
which made him the best man of his stee/i at once and never rested better in mg adopted for -,
—If vou would have orderly stock, go ment he said, “is condemned from a j been given it.
*
— b *t from Ci*1
bring »report.
;.... ‘ Mass., to " San Jo*. n3
,
,
• aven ml the pasture and put the fence in sail It iry standp >int, without mention­
“ The statistics of one of the largest i hundred, and as su h was accepted and life."
A
hint
to
the
sleepless:
Don
t
take
net of the grinding,
trriiidin» he
i.... «/ "'*•
subject
‘.I*
onler before turning out the cattle. II ing the most dire feelings of survivors. j life insurance companies of this coun- I prized.
drugs in order to induoe sleep. Write
they find one weak plaee and get through Cremation is even more repugnant to try shows that in 1883 and 1884 the
As soon as he was mustered out of to D ks . S tarkey & P alkn for the treat­ the closest measurement at cm»,"J
his captaincy, after several uneventful ise on Compound Oxygen, which contains was the 110,000th part of u ¡„ a T*
a few times, it will be almost impossible some and deprives justice of the means
to make that .spot strong enough to of discovering crimes ami prosecuting j mortality from kidney disorders did weeks, he re-enlisted on the same day, much that every sufferer from sleepless­ on grinding the great lens itWas7
their perpetrators; embalming, finally, | not increase over the previous years; | May 27, as a private soldier, Several ness ought to know. Address 1529 Arch covered that even this
stop them. — Troy Times.
fraction was two large. A«tfflhJ
—Sandwiches—Chop ham very fine, is too expensive for the great bulk of other companies stated the same thing. other officers did the same, among Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Orders for theCempeund Oxygen Home measurement was required in redunJ
season well, and place between two men. It is galvano-plastic art that lias ■ It is not presumptuous for us to claim j them General Whiteside and Major
Stuart. Lincoln became a member ol Treatment will be tilled by H. A. Mathews, the lens in mimberless p]afts
slices of nicely buttered bread. Then all the (Lsadvantages of the present credit for checking these ravages.
“Seven years ago we stated that the Captain Elijah Iles' company of mount­ 815 Powell Street, San Francisco.
thickness (itself unequal) that »
with a sharp knife cut off the crusts, and mode of’hurrying or cremating the
cut diagonally across the rest, making dead, ami is, at the same time, within condition of the kidneys was the key ed volunteers, sometimes called the
The British ship Kapunda, which left exactly concentrate parallel
two little three-cornered sandwiches. the reach of all. Poor people will be I to the condition of health. Within "Independent Spy battalion,” an or­ London December 11th for Freemantle, light tilling a circle three feetinifiJJ
These are very dainty looking. — Tht put in zine, this wealthy will suffer to the past five years all careful life insur­ ganization unique of its kind, if we may Western Australia, with emigrants, came ter to a point a little larger thanahd
be coppered, the very rich can affor l ance companies have conceded the judge from tlie accounts given by one into collision with ail unknown vessel In order to reduce tlie tine nieaiaj
Caterer.
•
near the <oast of Brazil and was Bunk.
to be silvered and gilded.”
j truth of this statement; for, whereas, of its troopers. It was not, says Mr Three hundred of those on board were nient already at command, the fl
—Oilcloths should not be scrubbej
The process itself is simple. The
lowing ingenious arrangement^ J
George
W.
Harrison,
“
under
tho
con
|
ten
years
ago,
the
chemical
analysis
to
drowned.
with a brush, nor should strong soap­ organic body to be metalized is washed
ployed by Alvin Clark & Son», ra.,d
trol
of
any
regiment
or
brigade,
but
suds be used upon them, as this dims the with alcohol and covered with fine determine tlie condition of the kidneys
of the lens-. A gas jet was placed J
A CHANCE FOR HEALTH
colors ami destroys the fibre. Wash graphite powder. This will be rubbed was not required, to-day millions of dol­ received orders directly from the com Is afforded
those fast sinking Into a condition a mirror, which sent the ravsof id
mander-iu-chief,
and
always,
when
them every week with warm milk and all over tho surface of the body with a lars in risks are refused, because chemi­
of hopeless debility. The means are at band.
waler, allowing a quart of skim milk to cloth of cotton, so that it obtains the cal examination discovers unsuspected witli the army, camped within the lines In the form of a genial medicinal oordiai, Hos­ through the telescope to the great ¡3
and
had
many
other
privileges,
such
as
thus magnifying the rays. TheniagriJ
a pail of warm watef, and wiping after appearance of glittering coal, or looks diseases of the kidneys.
having no camp duties to perform and tetter’s Stomac.1 Bitters embodies the oomblned tied light, passing through the S
with a woolen cloth.— Boston Ulobe.
qualities
of
a
blood
fertiliser
and
depurent,
a
like a finger on which a lead pencil has
“ Seven years ago we stated that the drawing rations as much and as often
lens was still further immenseW
been rubbed. The body, now able to ravages of Bright’s Disease were insig­ as we pleased,” which would seem to tonic and an alterative. While It promotes magnified, and after having i,-i«J
ROAD IMPROVEMENT.
conduct electricity, is suspended in an nificant compared with other unsus­ liken this battalion as nearly as possible digestion and assimilation, and stimulates through this lens, it r
' ”
Ilow Dirt Bonds Cun Be Kept In a Kea« earthen vessel filled with a concentrated pected disorders of the kidneys of j to the fabled “regiment of brigadiers.” appetite, has the further effect of purifying tlie through a second telesco
life
current
and
strengthening
the
nervous
sys
­
solution
of
sulphuric
oxide
of
copper,
sonably Good Condition.
many misleading names; that ninety- 1 With this elite corps Lincoln served tem. As the blood grows richer and purer by further magnified.
The mutter of country roads and their or, if it is to be silvered, nickeled, cov­ three per cent, of human ailments are through his second enlistment, though its use. they who reoort to this sterling medici­
ered with zine, gilded with appropriate
improvement is to many like tho roof solutions of these metals. In this ves­ attributable to deranged kidneys, which it was not his fortune to take part in nal agent, acquire not only vigor, but bodily
of tlie two engagements in which
of the num’s house which could not be sel, furthermore, is put a plate of metal fills the blood with uric acid, or kidney either
A healthful change in the secretions
General Henry broke an I destroyed substance.
Is effected by It. and that sure and rapid .phys­
]M>iso«,
which
causes
these
many
fata)
made water-tight when it rained, and proportionate in size to the body to be
forever tho power of Black Hawk and ical decay, which a chronic obstruction of the
of the system produce. Is arrested. a perfect focus. Tims a measurenn
when it wits dry weather it did not re­ metalized and connected with the posi­ diseases.
the British band of Sacs and Foxes at tunotions
The prime causes of disease being removed,
“ The uric acid, or kidney poison, is the Wisconsin bluff's and tlie Bad Ax.
quire rejiair. It often happens that tive pole of a dynamo machine or a
health is speedily renovated and vigor restored. of the 2,000,000th part of an inchvi
After Lincoln was relieved of the
secured. It. took very little grindiw|
j>oor roads, especially what are com­ strong galvanic battery, while its neg­ the real cause of the majority of cases
ative pole is connected with the body. of paralysis, apoplexy, heart disease,
A shooting affray near Dekalb, Texas, remove so small a thickness
monly called dirt roads, are found to lie The action of the current causes now a convulsions, pneumonia, consumption weight of dignity involved in his cap­ resulted
In the killing of four men and the from a given point, a gentle mlii«
taincy the war became a sort of holi
tremendous inconviences when they aro wonderful transformation. The metal and insanity ; over half the victims of dav, and the tall private from New wounding of a boy.
with the thumb being sufficient, u 4
mirv or impassable, and then when it is of the plate, tho positive pole, gradually consumption are first the victims of Salem enjoyed it as much as any one.
glass is softer than common wiuikn
LOUR PROGRESS,
dry and pleasant wheeling and riding it comes off while the negative pole, rop- diseased kidneys.
He entered with great zest into the
glass.— Boston Transcript.
As stages are quickly abandoned with
r
seuted
by
th
i
graphited
b
>dy.
at
­
athletic
sports
with
which
soldiers
love
is unnecessary to rebuild them or abol­
“ When the recent death of an hon­
the completion ot railroads, so I he huge
tracts metal out of the solution cover­
ish their defects.
ored ex-official of the United States to beguile the tedium ot camp. He drastric. cathartic pills, composed of crude
ing,
corresponding
to
the
prior
form,
—Colonel Kavenshill recentlyairi™
was
admitted
to
be
the
strongest
man
l’rof. G. E. Morrow, of the University
and bulky medicines, are quickly aban­
was announced, his physician said that
of Illinois at Champaign, has given this the whole surface with remarkable although he wassufleling from Bright’s in the army, and, with one exception, doned with the Introduction of Dr. Pierce’s at Fori McLeod, Oregon, froB ■
subject much careful attention, and re­ firmness and evenness. The longer tho Disease, that was not the cause of death. the best wrestler. Indeed his friends “Pleasant Purgative Pellets,” which are gland, on a tour of inspection Mill
coated, and little larger than mil#- purchase horses for the English mj
cently read a paper on dirt roads at the current is suffered to act the thicker He was not frank enough to admit that never admitted tho exception, and se­ sugar
tard teeds. but composed ot highly con­ lie found very few among the hum
verely blamed Lincoln for confessing centrated
convention of Highway Commissioners the coat will, be. It makes the cover
vegetable extracts. By drug­ ous bands of horses in that sectii
al Springfield. The broad view is taken of tho organism air-tight so that, in the apoplexy which overtook him in his himself defeated on the occasion when gists.
which fulfilled his requirement«, I
that good roads in every ne'ghbo: hoixl T-onsequence of this perfectly hernieti- lied was the fatal effect of kidney poison lie met the redoubtable Thompson and
An effort is being made in England to stated that the British GoveroM
are e s aitinl not only to the economical cal sealing, putrefaction can not take in the blood, which had eaten away the the two fell together on thdTiurf. His
prevent the publication of full reports of would purchase about four thomiJ
transportation of produce, blit also to place. The body thus secluded dries substance of the arteries and the brain; popularity increased from the begin­ divorce
cases.
head of horses yearly if suitable nJ
the best development of the people, so­ up. turns into a mummy, whoreas tho nor was Logan’s physician honest ning to the end of the campaign, and
metallic coat remains unaltered in tho enough to state that his fatal rheuma­ those of his comrades who still survive
could be raised, and would pay 111
cially, intellecltially and religiously.
A LITTLE LEAVER LEAVENETH THE a head for them, halter broke, deiiJ
The perfect road is straight, lev -1, original shape of the deceased.
tism was caused by kidney acid in the always speak with hearty and affection­
WHOLE LUMP.
The expense of making such a me blood.
ered at Montreal. The horses are m
ate praise of his character and conduct
smooth and hard. The main difficulty
A disease in one part of the body will quired to be of good color, blackj
in those rough yet pleasantly remein
lies in keeping the roads in good con­ tailic coat is small. It is represented
“
If
the
doctors
would
state
in
offi
­
eventually fill the whole body with dis­ gray preferred, four to six years s|u
dition during wet weather. In a level by the value of tho metal, the labor ex­ cial reports the original cause of death, be red days.
It was on June 16, a month before ease. Every year or two some part of the and fifteen to sixteen hands liigi.-l
country it is necessary to make adeipiate pended, mid tlie cost of the coal neces­ the people of this country would be
provision for promptly removing or sary to set a dynamo machine in mo­ alarmed, yea, nearly panic stricken, at the slaughter of the Bail Ax, that the system grows weak and begins to decay. ('hicago Moil.
carrying off the surplus water. As Prof. tion, if steam-power is used; the value the fearful mortality from kidney dis­ battalion to which Lincoln belonged Such part should be removed at once and
was finally mustered out at Whitewater, new matter be allowed to take its place.
Morrow forcibly remarks, to most ef­ of gas. if a gas-motor, or that of chem­
Wis. His final release from the service There’s no need of cutting it out with the
fectively <l<> this is the great object of icals, if a battery is applied. If this orders.”
very
simple
method
of
conserving
the
The writers of the above letter give was signed by a young Lieutenant of surgeon’s scalpel. Purreaway the old, dis­
work in making or repairing dirt roads
eased and worn out parts with B ramd -
ou the pi n ries. Chiefly to secure this dead should be carried out, it would these facts to the public »imply to jus­ artillery, Robert Anderson, who, twen­ heth ’ s P ji . ls . Then the new body will
the road-bod is raised above the general afford a similar instance to tlie work of tify the claims they have made, that “if ty-nine years later, in one of tho most take care of itself.
lqvel, its surface is "crowned,”- and the Egyptians, who premrved the orig­ the kidneys and liver are kept in a awful crises in our annals, was to sus­
Cures all Diseases originating tai
ditches are ninde at the sides, anil tiles inal form of their dead by embalming healthy condition by the use of War­ tain to Lincoln relations of prodig­
All signs fail in dry times except the iisordered state of the BLOOD i
are .sometimes laid, frequently the most them and depositing them in great ner’s safe cure, which hundreds of ious importance, on a scene illumi­ legend "No Trust” in the saloons.
LIVER.
Rheumatism, Neuralp
important point of all, because they most vaults. Electricity, which of late has ( thousands have proved to be a specific,1 nated by the, flash of the opening
For colds, fevers and inflammatory at­ Roils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofsl
effectively prevent trouble from stag­ opened to the living such a manifold ' when all other remedies failed, and that guns of the civil war. The men
tacks, as well as for cholera morbus, diar­ Tumors, Salt Rheum and Merrtn
nant water. Doing these things in the and unforethought field of activity, has received the indorsement of the I started home tlie next «lay in high rhoea.
dysentery or bloody flux, colic or
best way, and then frequently smooth­ would now even after death lend us its highest medical talent in Eurojie, Aus­ spirits, like school-boys for their holi­ cramps in stomach, use IJr. Pieree’s Ex­ Pains readily yield to its pnrifyig
services
by
preserving
tho
form
and
properties. It loaves the Blood ps
days.
Lincoln
had
need,
like
Horatio,
ing tin- surfata* and preaerviug it-s
tralasia anil America, many »life would j of his good spirits, for they were his tract of Smart-Weed, composed of tlie the Liver and Kidneys healthy aadd
slopes, is alxmt all tlie wisest can do in shape of once living creatures.
best Grape Brandy, Sniart-U eed or Water
The iftventor of this new art has tried lie prolonged and the happiness of the 1 only outfit for the long journey to New Pepper, Jamaica Ginger, and Camphor
securing good earth roads, aside from
Complexion bright and clear.
building and caring for bridges and it successfully on cloven human corpses people preserved. It is successful with Salem, he and his messmate Harrison Water.
J. R. CATES & CO., Proprietor»
and
over
a
hundred
cadavers
of
ani-
so
many
different
diseases,
because
it,
having
had
their
horses
stolon
the
day
culverts and reducing the grade where
Over K0 horses perished in a livery sta­
417 Saneome St., San Franc!®/*
mills.
—
Chicago
Tribune.
and
it
alone,
can
remove
the
uric
acid
before by some patriot over anxious to ble fire in St. L ou I b .
it is exceptionally great.
from the blood through the kidneys.” reach hoiiie. "But." as Harrison says,
It is a suggestion worth considering
ORIGIN OF MOLASSES.
Our readers are familiar with the “I laughed at our fate and he joked at
that it is sometimes economy to vary
Bronchitis is cured by frequent small
it, and we all started off merrily. Tho doses of Piso’s Cure for Consumption.
the rule requiring roads to follow sec­ Sugar a Commodity Known to and Used preparation named.
’/If
tion lines. Tlie departure from this rule
by tlie Ancient -Jew*.
Commendation thereof has often aj>- generous men of our company walked
PINKHAM’
You
can
secure
the
best
prices
and
ami rodo by turns witli us, and we fared
is to run the roads along ridges or high
As molasses first came to us from the peared in our columns.
terms from Palmer & Rey.
and dry laud rather than to blindly and West Indies, where sugar was ono of
VEGETABLE
We believe it to be one of the best.] about equal with the rest. But for this
generosity
our
legs
would
have
had
to
rigorously go through thick and "thin,
if not the best, ever manufactured.;
For Thront UlMensc«. Coughs,
tho
groat
products,
it
is
probably
a
ponds, slough or sags, which can not be
do the better work; for in that day this
etc., offectnal relief is found lin
COMPOUHI
The We know the proprietor» are men of1 dreary route furnished no horses to buv Colds,
easily drained. The road-bed should be Portuguese or Spanish word.
the use of ''Brown's Bronchial Troches"
character
and
influence.
graded, also, so that the surface is made Spanish spelling is malaza, the z being
or steal; and whether on horse or afoot, Sold only in boxes. 25 cents.
Igaro*ltiwC*
We are certain they have awakened we always had company, for many of
higher than that of the land on either sounded like th in bath, which would
or ALL of
Nj
“THE OLD RELIABLE” GORDON
side, but this should not Is- done to the hardly cause tho sound of ess. so that a widespread interest in the public the horses’ backs were too sore for
Delicate Compl«1^ •
exclusion or neglect of good ditches, in this case it may come from the Por­ mind concerning the importance of riding.” It is not hard to imagine Jeb Press is the strongest. Registers
Complicit®« rovlS
the kidneys. We believe, with them, with what ouips and quirks of native accurately, at high epee J. Is the easiest
kept well opened ami with free outlets.
Weakness« w “J
among owl Wnes, H*
In recent t sts at the University at tuguese melaco, where the c is sounded that they are the key to health, and fancy Lincoln and his friends beguiled running press In the market, Is sold at
laughtei’’
Champaign it hafi lio n found that dry like oss. Tho Spanish word for mo­ that for their restoration from disease the way through the forest and prairie. a figure within reach of all.
it rm «« "j
Has _____
patent
soil will take up from thirty-eight to lasses is melaza. the Italian melasui. and maintenance in health there is With youth, good health and a clear throw off and chase-hook. Palmer
all omrtoa
& Iley,
tn>nl>l«®,WH
forty per cent, of its weight of water by tho French melnssa, the Latin m 4- nothing equal to this great remedy.
conscience, and even then the dawn of
I ortland, have all sizes on hand. Is made
Him «"« n,
capillary attraction. Whore there is laoeaus mado with honey, hence
a
young
and
undefiled
ambition
in
his
The proprietors say they “ do not
UM, MI»*
standing water at the road-sides, or honey-1 ke. Portuguese melado mixed glory in this universal prevalence of heart, nothing was wanting to give in two sizes—8x12 and 10x15—with throw-
co«®<r»®i*j
where the soil is saturat 'd, it will draw with honey. Molasses proper is that disease, but having started out with zest anil spice to this long, sociable off. For sale by Palmer & Rey at prices
FaahM.«
much water even to the height of three which drains from the sugar while in
walk of one hundred leagues. One that defy competition. Address Palmer
, parR/*1*!
feet.
Tlie engineer ng on railroads tho process of making. Treacle, or the purpose of spreading the merits of joke is preserved, and this is one at & Rey, Printers’ Supplies, Portland, Or.
•aS«r»'48
Th^Voma/VsmireFrlend
has this always in view, and tho engi­ known in America as sngar-hotisfi Warner’s safe cure before the world, the expense of Lincoln. Ono chilly
1 Fl r la a buussihu to ovtswobizu worn.
neer prevents, as far as jiossilde, molasses, is the fluid result that liecause it cured our senior proprietor, morning he complained of being cold. . G? T°wne * Moore ”hen In Portland taixts
- bsb , rr.Arri.axcT, all CRscrsa roa
for
best
Photographic
and
Cravon
work.
water standing within three feet of the comes from tho process of refining who was given up by doctors as incura­ "No wonder.” said some facetious cava­
Ann Mntrxvra wn savana or rna mswir* w» 1
COKllSCZ L MKCPTRUAL rZMOD« FAABaO |HW«q J
surface, even though the curs move on sugar. In tho seventeenth century ble, we feel it our duty to state the facts lier. "there is so much of you on the
Tny G kkmsa for oreaktaat.
t ^r~8old by llrugglsui. Price fil.par’j
tlie rails held in place by heavy tics, tho spelling of tho word was anil leave the public to its own infer­ ground."— Nicolay an I Hay. 'in Century. 1
often ballasted with stone or gravel. A nearly always inelasses (by En ences. We point to our claims, and to
narrow, raised road way isreeommen I- glish-speaking people.) as shown by their public and universal verification
WJJBY’S “THE FAVORITE' -A NKW
A Conscientious Man.
CUTTER
ed in preference to one of greater old records and invoices, In c >n with pride, and if the public does not
Nathaniel Ripley Cobb, of Boston, ono
w ilt h. as the surface drainage will bo neation with this it will provo interest­ believe what we say, we tell them to
This Paper Cutter is the l**?ul
priced 110-1 neh cutter ever onere«
better, but a very narrow bed w tli ing to know that sugar wax well known ask their friends and neighbors what of tho merchants of the earlier days
trade.
heavy slope to tho sides is almost al­ to the ancient Jews Noarehus. one of they think about our preparations.”
CLEANSED
was generous-hearted and conscientious
It is strong.
ways objoctionab.e, as not giving the Admirals of Alexander, who was a
It is substantial.
As stateil above, we most cordially in the highest degree. In fact, he was
PURIFIED
enough choice in travel, thus causing great wanderer, found sugar cultivated
It
is ruled to Inches.
so
benevolent
that
in
November.
1821,
commend
the
perusal
of
this
corre
­
deejicr ruts.
in tho East Indios B.
325, and
and BEAUTIFIED
It is all iron and steel.
In wet land, lines <>t tile laid at the brought quantities of it back with him. spondence by our readers, believing he drew up the foliowing remarkable
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BY
It has front and back gamtes.
sides of the road, inside the open «itches,
It cuts accurately.
Tho seed cano was hrst introduced that in so doing, we are fulfilling a document: "By the grace of God 1 will
C ut | cura .
never be worth more than «50,000. By
< u|. 30 inchem Price.
aro recommended as »great help in car­ into Europe from Asia. A. D. 625. and simple public obligation.
CI-.i}NSTNG. PURIFYING AND
Kept in stock bv
rying off water. which would otherwise although active efforts were made to . "H as shit his wife?” asked a mar­ the grace of God I will give one-fourth ~ F°£.
beautifying the skin of children and infants
PALMER A
have to Is1 removed by evaporation. This cultivate it in Italy and Southern ried woman of an acq lainbim-e. “Yes. of the net profits of my business to «nil c1u,ri"K torturing, disfiguring, itohing. ecalv
Portland, Or.
P riktbbs ’ Serri»
tile work should he well done and the Spain, the results wero not at all satis­ n In do you a<k?" "Because they wero charitable and religious uses. If I am a '¿,pin>ply di.eaees of the »kin. sealn and
h,lr' from ‘nfam y toolS age
drain ont ets kept fro«;. Highway or factory. In 1510, sugar cane was in­ so jolly togeiher. You don’t often see ever worth 820,000 I will give one-half thTrlmm,
A
,>
nK
’
'
pr>,E8
are
•"fallible.
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’
road eommissoners havo ccnsider- troduced in the West Indies, by Colum­ married pe.»ph» jolly together in public, of tny net profits, and if I am ever worth
C uticura . the great S kin C crk . and C cti - Agents Wanted
•flo.oo > I will give three-fourths, amt
able authority. let it bo retnem- bus. In 1751. sugar culture was ion know.”—Jfer/wr’s »ceWy.
from
Skin •’•»utifier. Vre-
the
whole
after
my
fiftieth
thousand.
Is reil, over the hind beyond the narrow actively begun in what is now kn wn
So
help
mo
God,
or
give
to
a
more
faith
­
lim ts of the road itself, and diches and as the State of Louisiana, but no report
ind‘ttt’Ml.»f:iI,n 0,her ren,ed1“
Valuable premium Free with
The small boy who plavs cirrus with
their outlets come w ithin their jurisdic­ of the product is on record earlier than the “ trick gcat” in his back vard. should ful steward and set me aside.” He ad­
.Extra inducements to Agent«. Writ«**0** 1
hered
to
this
covenant
with
the
strictest
tion, nml can bo made to contribute 1823. The cultivation of sorghum in see that the St. Jacoba Oil bottle is not
uuiara containing full particulars to
fidelity.— Boston Hcra'tL
J. O. IIESTWOOntf - J
materially to tho »ucoesfi of road-mak­ China dates back beyond record. This empty.
4W J Street. S*cr**W
ing and repairing will be done by men was used entirely for making sirup, the
•mto^Sc’iL
Friends of Thomas A. Edison think that
whoso special business this is. and not same as is now produced largely in the
Exceedingly Polite.
umnarroR all .
T"’k‘?Ì
he may never return from Florida. He
BTSend
for
-How
to
Cure
Skin
IliieiXii.-
men working out iheir tax. The throw­ States of Illinois. Wisconsin, Ohio and had a severe attack of pleurisy last De­
W0RK^^i;flvjÄvi5
••Well, sir, di<l you succeed in col­ BiBITSS KITS ITKS
ing of a lot of unpacked earth on the Iowa. Sorghum sirup very seldom cember. and ft left his lungs hopelessly
surface at certain seasons is alluded to granulates or crystalizes, ami for this diseased. Hii recovery is deemed impos looting that bill?”
as mi nboiif nation, and particularly, it reason it is very much appreciated by sible.
•‘No. sir.”
may Is- added, when that loose earth is tho Celestials in the manufacture of
“Michael MtrnaoN."
•■H’s just as I expected. That Jones
too often dragged up from tho still their preserves and candied sweets__
Mr. G. C. Staley, while playing the lead­ never pays any thing. He’s a perfect
damp ditches mid put into the in dillc of lloberl At. b'loyd. in Chicago Journal.
Wholly unlike ArtlflriAi
ing part in “Michael Strogoff, *t Oak­ boor."
dering Any book learned in one rcao”*’
the road, only to make vile pitch-holes
land, Cal., became *o hoarse from a severe
duct Ion a for postal clasne®. Pr
••Why. sir. 1 found him very polite."
during moist months of the year, and
Ions of Mr. P roctor , the A1
—Contentment is better than money cold that ne despaired of being able to
••In what way?”
A stor . J udah P. B rnjamin , Dr«.
~
- bottles
-
of - —
Red .
ad indifl’erent road at any time.— Chica­ and just about as scarce. -Altoona Sun continue his part. Two
"He asked me to call again.” — Phila-
Star Cough Cure entirely cured him.
«a.™, L isette . „
d/iy Morning
go Inter- Ocean.
<U'.ph.a Call.
i Does not nauseate.
».1» Firth Avrwav.
HALLS
SARSAPARILLI
SKIN & SCALP
“The Heart of the World.
KINDERGARTEN
m.H to '
Marvellous Memor
DISCOVERY^,
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