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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1888)
A DOUBLE MIND.
HER FIRST SEA
A« Dspcrt Btenocrapher Who Can Write
and Spe«k Slmultnneoualr.
| “How long have ydu lived here?”
The lawj-er was taking the deposi
tion of a witness in his office in the
Mills Building, New York. The pencil
of the stenographer was moving rapidly
over his paper, "leaving liehind it a
■tring of pothooks and other absurd
•ymbols of speech.
“Yon say that yon have known the
defendant for the past ten years? Now.
I want to ask you whether at any time
during that period you ever noticed
any symptom of insanity in his be
havior?” continued the lawyer.
At the instant the lawyer began his
query the stenographer turned to the
reporter, who was seated by his side at
the table, and, without stopping his
writing for a second, whispered: "Wait
a moment and I’ll bo through. This
won’t last much longer."
The reporter looked anxiously at the
notes, expecting to see tho pencil stop
its travels, or at least at the end of ihe
questions, retrace its steps to revive
some phrases incorrectly transcribed.
But it made no such break. When the
lawyer ended his inquiry the pencil
“Now, sir," continued the lawyer,
“you may tell nr> whether you were
well enough acquainted with the de
fendant to know whether he showed any
weakness of mind or not?”
Before the stenographer had com
pleted the second line of his report he
again whispered to the reporter not to
be in a hurry, and, a* before, concluded
his work without a particle of apparent
interruption. This was the last ques
tion, ami after the papers were gathered
together and the witness had 1< ft the
office, the reporter asked the steno
grapher whether he had written cor
rectly all that was said verbatim or had
only epitomized what hud been spoken.
"I wrote exactly what was said. Why
do you ask?”
; "Can you read it without difficulty P”
‘ "Of course I can, otherwise I should
not be here; but why do you ask?”
“I didn’t see how you could write
down what was being spoken and speak
to me upon another subject at the same
"That is easy enough to do,” respond
ed the stenographer with a laugh,
“when you only know how and prac
tice long enough. Shorthand writing
is very much like playing the piano or
repeating something from memory. It
is mechanical. I found years ago when
I was reporting in a Western court, that
it was extremely useful to be able to
hear and think of other things trans
spiring in the court-room than the evi
dence itself. I then began practising
so that I could train myself to do two
separate tilings at the same time I
would mentally make note of every
thing occurring around me and keop
on with my writing. At first I would
make a mistake or two, but gradually
I got so that I could hear every thing
that was said, and I understood it, too,
notwithstanding the fact that my pen
cil was moving all tho time."
’ "I should think that when you began
to speak it would liavo thrown you oft
“It did at first. I learned that bv
committing to momory some poem mid
repeating it while I was reporting, un
til at last I could carry on a conversa
tion on almost nny subject and writh
from dictation upon one entirely differ
ent It’s a very useful accomplishment,
but I wouldn’t advise yon to learn it
unless you intend to become a profes
sional stenographer, and I wouldn't ad
vise that unless you have nothing bettor
to do than to break stonos in tho street.”
—N. Y. Post.
Outbreak of * Queer Conviilslonlat Mania
In the Province ot Koine.
A curious outbreak of oonvulsionist
mania, analogous to those which oc
curred from time to time during the
Middle Ages, ha* shown itself at Agosla,
in the province of Rome.
For some weeks past the country
people have been laboring under the
delusion that the district is under the
immediate government of the Evil One,
and before retiring to rest they care
fully place on the threshold tile broom
and the salt, which are accredited with
the power of keeping oil" evil spirits.
Many of the younger womoii have epi
leptiform attacks, during which they
utter piercing screams and are violently
convulsed. So serious had tho condi
tion of things become that tho syndic of
Agosta found it necessary to inform
the prefect, wlio sent detachment* of
soldiers into the district in order to
calm the apprehensions of tho inhab
As a natural consequence of this con
dition of mental perturbation, the coun
try is overrun with quacks w ho claim
to possess the only infallible remedy for
the seizures. One of these nostrums,
the vendor of which was making a rich
harvest from its sale, was fo.md on an
alysis to consist of earth, snuff and
borax. Three medical men who were
c< mmissioned to investigate the cause
and nature of this extraordinary affec
tion came to tho conclusion tlira' it was
an epidemic of hysterics.
They examined a number of the suf
ferer«, mostly vouug women, some of
whom were alleged to liavo vomited
nails, horse-shoes, and other equally
Indigestible substances, while others
burked like dogs. Several of them
were removed to Rome for treatment in
the hospitals there, and measures have
been taken to check tho spread of the
In a milder degree this contagions
form of hysteria is not infrequent,
especially in places where ignorance
and superstition favor manifestationa
of nervous disorders.
Tho worst ex
cesses of popular outbreaks, like tho
French revolution, have been attributed
to similar influences, and with every
appearance of justk* — British Medteal
— Krupp * great gun for the Italian
■ nvy weigh* 118 ton», is 45 feet long,
and it* internal caliber is nearly 16
inches, rifled with 92 spiral turn*. It
throw* a steel proj ctile weighing
aenrly a ton, with a charge of 6 onu
ef brown prianiatic |>owdcr. having an
Initial veloci ty of 614 yard* in a
second and a range of nearly 8 mile*;
tho »hot can penetrate a steel armor
date 36 inche* thick immediately at
nth of the gun, and a plate 29
thiok. it I* Mlimated, at a dis-
Note* Made by a Careful Student of Femi
Annameae Customs That Savor Much o1
Another World Than Ours.
The curious philosophical view* o!
The Britieh government haa decided to
banish King J»Ji. of Oporbo, We»t / tri a.
to St. Helena.
The king recen'lv caused
1.0 of hi* subject* to be beheaded as a
warning to others not to permit trader* to
get into the interior.
THE "OLD BHIABLE.
Eureka Printing Co., Tacoma. Oct. IL >*'■
Having had tn constant use for
eight mon hs one of your eighth-med1“®
Old Reliable Gurdon
í 1 nnn wnl ** t****1 fnr ea< h
$ 1 UuU on >US aubaUiK ea found in v\ Ud<
fccknowleuged the uro.t delightful ha4 7°
harmless toilet article ever pioduced fur ll?
and preserving the ooinpleuon removing tan 7»
fr cklcs and ull bkiniah-s aud rougluew
U-ed and indorsed by the elico oí sochtr »
ttol.t b« »11 aniJgbu *t I)
Wbll. »11.1 Flvi.il.
ItEUINGTON 4 C o
Wholesale Druggists, Ban Francine,,
This is a truthful and most accurate
off, «e take plea-ure in t. eiifjling "
merite. It combines the qualities of »pee“,
description of how a woman acts when life which appear to be common to the
accuracy and strength, and runs with
READ THE DEATH ROLL
she first puts on n bathing suit and ap race* of the Chinese stock, and the
In 'ho.t it fu h
pears before the world in it
At first elaborate ceremonial* by which they Which the bills of mortality of any large city title to the name, as it is reliable lu eve y
sight of it she giggles convulsively uml are symbolized ami emphasized, give may be fitly designated, and you will find that respect. We have printed on our■press
n rare interest to all that relates to the renal and vesical maladies, that is to say, a form of wood type full size of cha-e with
out quoins, and obtained a splendid im
"Oh, I never, never can let anybody manner* uml customs of those peoples, those that affect the kidneys or bladder, have pression, thereby testing its strength in
whatever may be their particular a remarkable prominence—we had almost the most thorough manner.
see me with that on!”
■ultiblo for Orange», Lernoui, Oliv,»,
Bright’s disease and
"Oh, yes you can. Put it on.” cries nationality. Nowhere are these feat diabetes in the chronic stage are rarely
AauauM, Strawl-urrle. and e.Hy v, gct*bi(JH'p
E ureka P rinting C o .
long credit. $1.26
some hardened companion who has ure* more marked, or do they savor cured, and gravel, catarrh of the bladder
been ill before.
"Every body wears more of another world than ours, than outset, when tho trouble merely amounts to
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Sdajiya,
A London dealer, who has been fourteen
in Annam. We are indebted to certain inactivity of the organs involved, the danger years in the trade, sells over four tons ol
Lumbaoo.Cackach. Headache ^oo ha«: ,
may be nu lifted by thut pleasant renal tonic
French writers, whom military and and
"But I’ll look so awful!”
diuretic. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters,which meat a day for cats.
Spraius, Brui mj -S
"Who cares? Nobody’ll know you.” political events have given rare rqra imparts the requisite amount of tone to the
organs, without over-exciting them, and the
IT CONQUERS PfllN- .
Then she gets into it giggling furi portunitie* to observe, for some fresh us« of which is convenient, and involves no or those with weak lungs, spitting of
elaborate preparation. Dyspep ia, a usual con blood, bronchitis, or kindred affections of
ously. "Oi, I just can't go out in it” and original accounts of the inhabitants comitant
complaints, and debility,
of this country, and of their character which they of in renal
"Yes, you must.”
variably p oduce. are remedied throat or Iun 'H. send 10 cents in stamps
malarial, rheu- for Hr. R. V. Pierce’s treatise on these
istic beliefs and usages. M. Henry M.
"But how can I.”
maladies. Address the doctor, Buffalo, N.Y.
ma'ic and nervous ailments.
"Bah; nobody’ll notice you in the d’Estrey has given, in the llevue
Scientijipue, descriptions of the princi
Gen. O. B. Wilcox is brigadier-general
The British gunboat Wasp has been
“But I know I look perfectly dread pal ceremonies prescribed in the rites commandii g a department in the Missouri f nally given up for lost.
to commemorate tho most important division.
The best cough medicine is Piso’s Cure
AWARDS FOR BE®T .PIUN >b| ,I,
“HOW CAM SHE EVER LOVE HIMT"
"Well,every body else looks so, too.” events in life, which are six in number,
for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 2. c.
“I know, but I (giggle) I shall die if viz.: 1. Gea Ke, or the imposition of is what you often hear when the prospect
Invalids’ Hotel and Surgical Instititi
ive groom is the victim of catarrh. “How
wmjtakia ^ rvngioua literature sent free on applies
I see anybody I know."
can she liear such a breath?"
“How re CUn to Mi •* E F. Davison. P O. Drawer 69, P< r land ‘
■tail oi Bl*lil*ea Biperlen-od *■*
on her reaching puberty; 2. Gea Quan, solve to 'ink her destiny with that of one
fUl l’hx.lcluu!* and Hurseont.
the CHm"vOGP¿ER C0.?BXore. M
"Yes, I—I—guess so! Oh, I just or the imposition of the virile bonnet with a disease, that unless arrested, will
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY-
in consumption, or perhaps in insan
don’t believe I can go, after all. Don’t on the head of a young mail when be end
Putlents treated hero or lit tholr home*. Mu,
ity f” Let ihe husband that is. or is to be, nator Try it, and prove the be*' i* 'he
treated at homo, through corre*|M>ii<leiio. u
reaches adult ago; 3. Quan, or the get Dr. Sage’* Catarrh Bemedv. and cure eheapes . Wakelee & Co.. Sm hrancisc CThe OLDEST MhDICINE in the WOULD’
I look awful?”
Buccessfully as if hore Til person. Coms uj
"Pooh! no! Come on!”
feast in celebration of obtaining a first himself before it is too late. By druggists.
*oo uh . or send tea oonts in stamp* lor our
la Frv’jsbly Dr. laaac Thompson’»
“ Invalids' Guid.-B.ok," which gives *11 panic,
"I can't bear to. Tee, hee, hue, employment; 4. Ilan, or the marriage
ulars. Address: W ould ’* Uisi-ENSAiir Muu
Jefferson Davis has completed his sev-
CAL A ssimilation , (W3 Main St., lluffulo, N.Y.
ceremonies; 5. Tauq, or funeral cere anty-ninih year.
Hut she does all the same, giggling monies; 6, Te, or the ceremony of an
ST. VITUS’ DANCE CUBED.
frantically, until she reaches the water, cestral worship.
ELEBRATED EYE WATE
when she shrieks out:
Tho first two ceremonies are celebra
F armingdale , L. I., N.Y., Sept. ?, 1885.
rn. «rtl. lv 1« » carefully prepared pbjslclan’B pre
«.1 ha» bXn in con.ta.rt uw for pearly .
"Oh, it’s cold! Ugh! Hee! lie! I’ll ted by the relatives, in the family. When
I have been troubled for several years
look so awful when I’m wet! O-o-o-o-h, a maiden has reached the ago of fif with an affection of the nerves which no
teen years, the father and mother adorn doctor or no medicine could cure until I
it’s dreadfully cold!"
larly in'ite the alU-ntwn ot
And when she comes out and is the two altars erected to the ancestors tried B randreth '8 P ills . I would be
For “worn-out,” “run-down," dcbllltaM
John L. Thom;aon,Bona *<o.. lllui. N. i.
school teachers, milliners, seamstresse s, hou»-
dressed again sho bores every body of their respective families, invite the taken with a violent pain in the middle of
icepora, nnd overworked women generally,
she knows by saying over and over near relatives, and select, as president my spine, and my arms and legs would
The Oregon National Bank, Dr. l’lercc's Favorite Prescription Is tlw bot
twitch violently. It acted something like
of all restorative tonics. It Is not a “ Cure-aH,”
of the ceremony, an aged lady, of high St.
Vitus Dance, for I coul n’t control iny
Hut admirably fulfills n singleness of purpoan,
(Sncaseorato Metropolitan .Savtas.Banl I
"Oh, I think it’s just lovely to bathe! repute for v:
virtue and good sense. limbs. It would come and uo once or
being a most potent Specific for all thou
Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar ti
I'm going in every day! Isn’t it fun? While the lights are burning among twice a month, lasting two or three dajs
Tlio treatment of many thousand!
a time. Finally, at the beginning of
of such cam's, at tho Invalids’ Hotel and 8urg.
I just love to lie down and let the perfumes, two masters of ceremonies, at
one of my atta k», I took five B rand -
leal Institute has affordod a large eaperienci
waves run over me! I a n't one bit one at each end of the altar, call oil rkth ’. s P ills . Assoon as they acted fteely
n adapting remedies for their cure, and
afraid now! I was awfully frightened the order fixed by the rites. The father I found myself almost well. So I contin
taking them for a month—one or two
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription
at first! I don’t mind my looks one bit and mother then come up to the altars, a ued
night. It is now a year since I have hr d
U tho remilt of this vast experience. For
nowd I’d like to have my photograph and say in a low tone: “It is oar duty an a tack, and I attribute my cure to
internal coiigotloii, inflammation
taken in my bathingsuit! It’d be jolly to inform our ancestors that our B randreth ’ s P ills . F rances W ood .
and ulceration. It 1« a Specifies It
18 a powerful general, a« well a« uterine, tonlo
fun, wouldn't it? I got some water in daughter is, according to the rites,
and nervine, and imparts vigor and stn ngth
my mouth, and isn't it salty? Oh, it* marriageable from this day, and that
171 Fourth SL, bet Morrison and Yamhill, to the whole system. It cures wenknm of
Use after each meal Heott’B KmulMon
stomach, indigestion, bloating, weak back,
just splendid! I’m going in three times the age of fifteen years, which she has with HjpopliospLiies. It is as palatable as
nervous prostration, exhaustion, debility and
unci easily digested. The rapidity with
some days! 1 believe it'll do me good! •reached, gives her the right to wear milk,
sleeplessness, in cither sex. Favorite Prescrip,
which delicate people improve witu its use h
Is sold by druggists under our po«ttlw
Oh, I’m wild over bathing! It's just the pin." They then pros rate them- wonderful. Use it and trj your weight, as a
guarantee. See wrapper around bottle.
for Consumption, Throat aitectionsand
too perfectly lovely and jolly for any Boives four times, and the other rela remedy
OR MX BOTTLES
All Diseases successfully treated- Chronic and Ner
Bronchitis, it is unequal d. Pl ase i\ad: "I
voua ITuub'es a specialty ilheuuiatisnn Neuralgia, PRICE $1.00, for $5.oo.
tives follow, imitating them. Next, the used »Scott’s Emulsion in a child eight months
Tta Rupert -rexcel’.enoe provervin. millions '•! norm fox
Send 10 cents in stamps fot Dr. Pierce’s larga
with good results. He gained four pounds
maiden is brought up to the altar, and old
Lost Manhood successfully treated with the aid of tbe
in a very short time.” — T ho . P rim , M. D., more than a qua ter of »century. J» in i.std uy i.e C elebrated A cme E lectkic B elt and other electric Treatise on Diseases of Women (IGO png«,
Unite J States noverntD ent. Ind irsedbythetuadu-fthe
CHEAP OIL PAINTINGS.
paper-covered). Address, W orld ’ s D ispel
the lady who presides over the cere Alabama.
Gr st UnivcrdtitJ-* a-tCUe Strongest, Purest and A»<>st
Healthful. Dr. Price’s t ie only Baking Powder hah reasonable rates, A competent Ptiysloiau and Elec sary M edical A ssociation , 663 Main Street,
How They are lla.lie.l Off* in New York mony, or sometime* the mother her
does not contain Anxnionia, Limo or Alum, bold only trician iu attendance daily Country patients wilt please Buffalo, N. Y.
CONSUMPTION 8URELY CURED.
self, takes the pin from off the altar
itate symptoms &3 accurate as poAiible Corresi»onde
solicited. Terms strictly cash.
TRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Editor : —
“See that picture yonder?” asked a and places it in the hair of the maiden, To I ’ the
lease inform your readers that I have a pos-
local “art" dealer of a reporter, point when, after having saluted tho altars itive remedy for tbe above named disease. By l
Big cs hss given univer
ing in the direction of a big landscape four times, she takes her back into the b.-eu permanently cured. I aball be glad to
sal satisfaction In lb*
TO 5 DAYS.
cure of Gonorrba-s and
surrounded by a showy frame. “It house. At any time after this the send two bottle» of my remedy free to any of
oAranteed not to
Gleet. I prescribe Hand
your readers who have consumption if they will I
took just thirty-six minutes to paint it. maiden may marry. The ceremony is send
me their Express and P. O. address.
feel safe In recommend
Iff d only by tho
How wai it done? I'll tell you. So followed by a festival, which is at
ing it to all sufferers.
. A. SLOQUM, M. C., 181 Pearl St., New York
rias Chemical Co.
far as I know there are no places in tended by the participants.
Young, middle-aged and
A. J. STOKER, M.D..
old, single or married mec
The ceremony of tho imposition of
Philadelphia where this class of work
»nd ad who suller with
At Barre. Vt. the grani e industry
PRICE. 81.00. .
is done, but in New York dozens of the virile bonnet upon the young man furnishes 1,'82 men with employment.
Sold by Druggist». '
Nervous Debility. Sperma
men make good livings panting such who has reached the age of twenty t-------------------- -----------------------
torrhea, Beminal LoweB
A eases of Rectal Disease, Pllee, and BiliousAttack*.
pictures by tbe yard. The work is years is performed with similar ob
ory, WeaK Eyes, Lack of Oil
women a lowed to vote, everv one
Energy, also Blood and uVU Fissures, Fistulas and Rectal promptly cured by Dr.
simple. A piec e of canvas nearly a servances; lint the father or an old man in Were
81: in Diseases, by phillls Fleers treated successfully, without i»lerce’* Pleasant
the land who has used Dr. Pierce’s
Eruptions, Hair Falling use or knife, within past two years. Pursatlve Peirbi*. 25
hundred feet long is stretched in a gal takes the place of the mother or aged ‘ Favorite Prescription” would vote it to
Bone Pains, 8 wellinge Visits several interior towns. Nend cents a vial, by Druggists.
lery shaped like a corridor. On the lady in making tho investiture. —Popu
Sore Throat, Ulcere, E! for circulars. .1. H. Pilkington. M. IL.
fects of Mercury, Kidney« No.2 llekum’s building. Portland.Or.
peculiar to her sex. By druggists.
picture under notice, which, by the lar Science Monthly.
and Bladder Trouble
Week Back, Burning Urine. Cononrbea. Gleet Strict
way, you can have for 11.50, frame anil
Ex-Public Printer Rounds died at his uro- -prompt relief and cure for life.
QTEINU/AY KKASICH A BACH,
POWER OF ROBORITE.
□ I DPI W M I , Gabler, ltoenish Pianos: Bur
all, live mon were employed. Each
home iu Omaha.
Both H oxch Conoult Con fl dent tally
det Organs, band instruments. Largest stock
IRQ A 184 THTKn «T. _
man hail his particular lino. One
Sheet Music and Books. Bands supplied at
In Its Dreadful Work.
2Wo Kaier Remedy can he had for
M. GRAY CO.
man put in the foreground, another
fixer 6.000,000 people use
Coughs and Colds, or aiiy trouble of
200 Post street San Francisco.
tho background, ami still another
Teroat, ^than 'Browns Bronchial Tro
did tho cl nils and cows that you see lately been made in Westphalia with ches” Trice 25 cts. Sofd only in boxes.
browsing in the pasture. A fourth man the new German explosive known as
I 0¿ hl JaataKmawia
T ry G ermea for breakfast.
CORES WHtRI All ELSE FAILS.
are admitted to be the
did the trees and shrubbery. In this roborite, for the purpose of showing its
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. Use
in the world.
in time. Sold by druggists.
way they were enabled to work fast. advantages over dynamite. The state
Camelline improves and preserves the complexion.
D. M. FERRY 4 CO 3
In exactly three hours five of these ment-that the former compound is
Illustrated. Deter 1 p-
tlT«’ and Priced
landscapes were finished, which is
thirty-six minutes' time given to each.
— a Dinner ot Mecklenburg County,
itive C ure
The fifth man did the finishing touches, facts, and the possibility of their being
N. C., owns a tame crow which goes
anil, perhaps, performed more and bet any thing like equality between them
will be mailed
regularly to the cotton field and picki
has been pooh-poohed as unreasonable
REE TO ALL
ter work than any of the others.”
as much in a day as any of the human
to last season’s
“Aro all cheap pictures painted in
pickers. With its beak it twists the
out ordering it.
the same way? ’ the reporter asked.
cotton out and puts it in a bag. The
“Nearly all. Occasionally a fairly
Every person using
owner of this truly rare bird, as well as
Carden, F ieidor Flower
good artist will become hard up, and questionable authority— roborite has
F ip IPLES to S crofula
the neighbors, declare that the state-
during these times he will sell tho pro
nient is true in all respects.
1KIN TORTURES OF A LIFETIME IN-
D. HI. FERN Y AGO.,Detroit,Mich.
) Htantly relieved by a warm bath with CUTI-
ducts of his brush for almost nothing.
—Mrs. Jennie Webster, of 1009
Largest Steck. Lowest 1‘rlcea,
The first experiments undertaken !URA SOAP, a real Skin Beautilier, and a singlr
Never buy tho oil paintings that are
Implication of C uticuka . the great Skin Cu*e.
Chestnut street. St. Louis, found a
This repeated daily, with two orthree doses of
peddled about the streets by men who
man under her bed one evening
RKHOLVKNT.the New Blood >*uriher,
say they are artists. You will only get the now explosive in its ability to stand o ’UT1CURA
keep the blood cool, the perapiration pure
left. Tho framtvs on all those that you friction and heavy blows. Small quan nd unirritating, the bowels open, the liver and
she was perusing some old love letters,
.idneys active, will speedily cure.
see on the wall are worth double the tities laid upon ail anvil and struck
Eczema, tetter, ingwo m, psoriasis, lichen,
the package fell to tlie floor, and in re
amount of the pictures themselves. O,
covering it she discovered the in
f torturing, disfiguring, itching.scaly ana pim
yes, there’s some money in this busi
Hotel Furniture a Specialty,
•ly diseases of the skin and scaln, with loss of
truder’s feet. She quietly left the
when physicians and all known remedies
ness. but not so much as formerly."— quantity was burned to show that even lair,
when a thick mass no explosion
TV. 1’* Colt* Ac Co.
Sold everywhere. Prlce,CuTicURA.50c.; S oap ,
would-be burglar was captured. Mrs.
occurs when merely ignited by the !5c.; R krolvknt , |1. Prepared by the P otter
and C hemical C o .. B oston , M ahs
Webster then swoonod in the most ap
A Theatrical Dicker,
application of tlamo. In the trials for » rug
«"Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases.**
"What arrangements have you made
—Engineer William Dart, of the
•1111 prevented by C uticura M« dicated Soap.
regarding my salary this season?” mite was laid up< n a rolled steel rail
steam tug U. Dart at Bi ssiswiek, Ga..
asked a leading man of the manager.
reports seeing a rattlesnake the other
When tired by an
"1 have put you down for thirty dol with a sod turf.
day "coming in from sea.”
electrical fuse, the rail was bent and
lars per week.”
steamer was near the lighthouse wher,
••How much will you say it is on the
his snakeship was discovered coming
place whore tho cartridge lay.
in with the tide, head erect, but with
roborite cartridge of the same weight,
"Three hundred a week."
rattles trailing in the water. The rat
"Only threo hundred a week. I can’t
tlesnake usually swims with both head
I* INFALLIBLE I
agree to that. My professional repu broke a similar rail asunder.
!4 Post St., & P., Cat and tail erect, the latter waving from
Next a charge of 31 pounds of dyna
Ask Your Druggist For It!
tation won’t stand it. I’ll tell you
SborthamL Type-mStlng. Penm*n.li ip. Book-keeping side to side. like that of a dog. Thi»
what you do. Give mo twenty-five mite was laid upon a Siemens-Martin
end Telegraphy *11 for $75,
one must have been swimming a long
Bettered In Five Mlnutee.
dollars a week and make it five hundred
dollars on the bills.”— Merci ant Trav
hence allowed the rattles to trail in thè
Cure Guaranteed if TaMeu lu Tina.
• bend the plate. The smile charge ot
roborito completely shattered a similar
bko . vchttib .
Ing. BANCROFT BUILDING.
Preparing for the Worst.
—The experiments made by M. Moh-
plate. The value of roborite in blast
Incipient tnnxnmpt Ion, and
lenbruck seem to show that in tin
XJTSeud for circular.
"Mourning goods, please,” »he »aid ing down coal is testified to by numer
Throat and Lung Troublera.
A. VANDER NAILLEN, President
Cured lu Three to Six Month*
ous engineers and colliery managers in
mesmeric condition an electric cnrrenl
to the floor walker.
Sold by *11 Druggist» for BO Cent*.
may have a powerful inductive actioi
Diphtheria. Cronp, Sear*h
"Yes madam, this way, if you will;" tho Westphalian district. It is said to
gla, Hendarhe, bore
upon the human norwes. In the first
and then lie added feelingly, "death is givo little or no flame, and to shatter
a sad thing, madam.”
"It is indeed!" responded tho lady,
The undersigned will send a
Patented April, 1SS&
upon the head of the mesmerized sub ’ri0e re Tr-stment roo
"I’ll not make any purchases this the violent action exerted upon the rail
(Pmoke B 11. fW
George Westenho'm Razor,
ject, who immediately began to best
morning, 1 only want to see the latest and the plate in the experiment* de
IKbollator. for Internal U«e, 81.0(1)
time with the ticking of the watch
things you have in the mourning line;
8-4 inch Blade,
S years. With
when the microphone contact wa
my husband is a very sick man."— alluded to denies that products of com j for
bustion aro more injurious to health
652 Market SI, San Francisco, CaL
touched with a quill feather he place.
Drake's Traveler's Mayaiine.
F* o r R 1.10.
than those resulting from the explosion ! began using Ely's
rpHESK goods are my o*n Annorta Ion, and his fingers in his ears, and on the vi
Bavaro of Hurtful Imitations.
Cream Balm and
JL are told everywhere at from f2tof2.M
— Bismarck's wife is an interesting of dynamite. — Colliery Engineer.
Thft BELT or negrncr»tor»
a fter sis icteks use
The price a k cannot bo met. far lesa cut, this crophone being removed to a distant
mule expressly for the cure «
woman. She is more than sixty years
Bide th® Sheffield. England, market, The-e are apartment and the connection of th.
' I believe my sell
dersogemenu of the gener»«’"
of age. very tall, and very gray. ’ Het
organs. The continoo'i» «tre««
It is an
kindly taken bac and money refunded, for any circuit completed, as before, a violin
of BLKCTBIC1TT fw-weMM
features are prominent and her cheek cabin, anxiously)—"What's the trouble invaluable Halm.
through the parts must rtitarj
caua® at ail. or no cause vt hate ver. Addreta,
was played in the distant room, the pa
them to healthy action. D°n"J
> rederic Dawe. lk>* Ob. Springfield, III.
bones very high. Altogether she has on deck. Ch irlie?" Yacht-owner -"Die | —Joseph Stuart.
eonfound this with Electric Bf '*
tient showing the most distinct indica-
advertised to cure al I II
*21 Grand Ave,
s strong face. She is a women of verv jib-sheet is lost overboard.” Wife
head to toe. Il Is for the 0“a
tions that he heard the music.
determined character and not unliki
For circulars giving h»1' •*"
-At Washington one night last week
formation, add rem Cheever Ki«*"
A particle it app
ied into each nocir il udì» arr-reable
im "iron chancellor" himself in obsti- me from the state-room?”— Ti<l-HHs.
t lady retired to rest with a heavy feei
trie Be t Ca», 103 WMhlafit*
Price fl® cent« at C
by mail, rvgiatt red. t>0 renta.
u.T.y. She is fond of talking am’
Street, Chicago, 111.
RS, ’J3f> Grmnwich Street. >ew Tort
ng tn the region of her heart Aftei
•—The ancient Mexicans made pleturer
«peaks in a loud and decided voice.
Oar Bew 8»er». wlltek w* aow orrnrr,
with the colored plume* of humming
3 «cm of Floor Spa.v,
aU sections of the Northwest, endorsed by
lenly awakened by the sound of heart
lirds, after tho manner of mosaic.
business men and leading educator*.
OTT»» Bt'TKIU' QUIDK Is
"Oh, prav let me have my way
•eattng like a hammer striking som,
—In IMO we had in tho United States
l..ned a,p«. .nd M.rrh,
THI HOST rtRFECTLT EpTIPPED SCHOOL
hi* time." said a young gentleman t< some 8.642.694 schoolchildren, and the
r.rlt pear. Of 3A« p.,,..
netalhe substance, while the pre„„r.
ent. G..« on th. Co.ll, It offer, prfe.t. or clan
his lady love. •’Well, Willie, I sup- entire »mount then being expended for
throughout th. ynr
inelm, with over
wound her heart seemed to be inclosed,
Arithmetic W ntm«, Corrmpon.lrnoe, Book Itrpm.
3,BOO llln.tratloa, - a
l>ose 1 must thi* onee; but you know education*! purposes was «16,162,000
n. Bu.ine*» «nd f»!l '
'he awakenetl her husband, a lijrht wv
whole rietaro Gallery.
ihat after we are married I shall havi
OIVK8 Wh.le.le PrtJ.
—At the last religion* census of ffirert '• eon«Hwrrr oa all good* (hr
» Will of mi own.”— llarpor's Htuar
Irra. Armmo. g MdWraeo, Prop,«or.
—Apparently hopeless — "Do you Switzerland, taken in IMO; the little iwrwaal or ftmlly aw. Tell, how to
.ad give* exact eo.t of every
think, Miss C ara." he asked, with in republic contained 1.667.109 Pretest order,
thing yoa aw. eat. drtah. wear, or
SELBY SMELTING AMD LEAD CO.
finite tenderness in hi* voice, as he ants; 1.160.7«J Catholics; 7.373 Jew*,
have fha with. Thew IMVALUABLB
8a n Francisco,
bentmg of her heart Another lad,
handed her the bill of fare, "that and 10.838 of other religious affilia BOOKS eoatala laAevtaation glr.aed
ffraa* the aa.rhet. of the world. A
l>»d a ciuicrr that, developing ve4 ?
one's appetite Is affected when one is tion.
“■( FRKK apoa rreeipl .f
¡'np.dly .twassn^^^^/^ 1
—One hundred new students are en »"PV
in lore?” "1 haven't a doubt pf it,”
1 A/> - ** —----- —---------
IO rt*. to defray Cipero .f ataillng.
I llowed to touch it After several 1
she replied, scanning the bill of fare; rolled this year in Lafayette College,
MONTGOMERY WARD 4 CO.
! nteh th |HM',,y ,uin
and then she turned to tho waiter and making a total of two hundred and
114*114 Mlrlilaa. A,nar. 4 Meaga, tn.
J SHOTGUN CMTNIDGCS
* h tie XrP rr°V'"'
said: “Roast-1 eeC rare, please, with eerenly-eighL One of the freshmen is
,he ^«»'sring insoct .till tug-
plenty of fat. mashed potatoes, corn, th* son of the head of the department
■UILL LAMMMON, Q.n’1 M.n,
oi Marine Engineering in Japan.
CR ea - trem EOY
for u JV^1***
Acme Electric Belt Agency
The Van Monciscar
220,322,224,226 Bush St.,
o u n u u
ely ’ s
3AR30LIC SMOKE BALL CO.
2 v S3ÄSJL1
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