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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1888)
THE LAST LAUGH.
Csastsnatisa sf th« C*ngr«f ation. Th« Wis
dom st tho Ianoooau.
Adjoining an out-of-the way, but
favorite summer retort, is a little
Chapel in which religious services are
held occasionally, aa clergymen can
be obtained, during the pleasure
A visiting divine consented to preach
one sabbath last summer, and, notice
being given, quite a congregation of
hotel guests and resident neighbors
assemblod. In opening the services
the preacher suggested that, as the
chapel was provided with no musical
instrument, perhaps some one present
would start a hymn, in which the con
gregation could join. A brief pause
ensued, and then the congregrtion
was convulsed at hearing an old lady
strike up, in a cracked voice,
"Believing we rejoice
To see the cuss removed."
As no one ‘‘joined in,’ the old la»ly
did not proceed far with the hymn,
and an awkward contretemps seemed
imminent. The clergyman was quick
witted, however, and turned the ludi-
crons incident to good account. He
xuietly arose and announced as his
text the words, “Believing we rejoice,”
from which he preached an excellent
sermon, one that under the peculiar
circumstances, made a deep impression.
The old lsdy will probably never
know why she caused such a sensa
tion. She lived in the neighborhood,
and being accustomed to the pronun
ciation '‘ cubs ’’ for “curse,” sang it that
WOOD PULP PAILS,
As Tnt.reatlnx Description of th.
of Their Manufacture.
Sensible Advice ou me secret of the Art oi
A Young Man Tell. Wlw He I. No Longer
In the Hero H'l.lne,«.
“VP FoMtanr“ live'c'hick^rûillng
The venerable lieno-
factor of mankind,
intent upon hi» good
pund»,6whl<T>'hkad grabbed* the
works, i» known as
leg in iuch a way that it could not 1st go.
Hi. tuniliar fa.vaud
BEAD IHE DEATH BOLL
Which the bills of mortality of «ny large city form have become a
may be fitly deBignaled, and you will find tha
renal and vesical maladies, that is to s«J.
Ihoae that affect the kidney« or bladder, hav ““»C ' ■ ’■’.■’¿■‘¿ii.
a remarkable promineuce-we had almost Maw., wrote: Mr.
said-preponderance. Brights disease an M.^dv st »icsiri” 10
diabetes in the chronic atage are ra'-eb oil t.. imv ullliete»l with rheumatism, and
cured, ami gravel, catarrh of the bladde 0*' '
W|T t0 «tv that Orrin Rohtawm.
Slid enuresis elay many.
Yet at tm
outset, when the trouble iu<-rely
Inactivity of the organa involved the danger
to his ho.t- inti, tuinmer
may be nu lilted by that iJeaaan
ami diuretic, Hostetmr . 8to»uaeli Bitter», watch upon crutches, bis left leg
imparts the requisiie a»» omit of “no to tie nt the knee for over two mouth» and could
organa without over-exciting them, and the “Xbenthnek He »v.ul.l not w»t k upon
use of which b convenient, and in wives no
elaborate preparation. Ityspep ia, a usual < on- it Mr. Dennis had some St. Jacobs Oil in
o»-nutant of renal complaints, and debtlify, theh<m«‘m^P”ro i‘ »o
which they invaiiablj p oduce. are r»med>od
by it. Ho also are constipation, malaiial, rneu knee. In six day* •>« l'“'1
iuaiic and nervous ailments.
cnitcl»« ami went home weir
and lie has Is’en well since8t. Ja.-ot»-» < m «rou
The color of the jel y is spoiled by being him ” InJulv, 1887. inquiry wasmadeof the
«Itoa-vrlain the comlition of
boiled too long.
tl Hiuie » ripple, «lti. li brought the foUow-
i c nromse - "Lowell, Mie-».. July 0. 1887.-
For “worn-out,” “run duwu,” debilitated The wor cripple on i riit. lies. Orrin Robin-
school teachers, milliner«, spam trease , Ln »'mrL lTst. Jacobs Oil in 1881, has ra-
housekeepers and over worker! women mai’ne<i cured. The young man has b<en
generally. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescrip and is now at work every day. ot
tion is the best of al» restorative, tonic«. It tabor. Dr. George C. Osgood, M. D. No
is not a “Cure-all,” but admirabl- »ultills a other remedy can make the same allowing-
singleness of purpose, being a most potent
Spec i c for all tho~e Chronic W eakuesses U kttarian velkious Htrrature eent free on applica
a»»d Di eases psculiar to women. It is a ion to.Mird E F Oavison-
powerful, general a» we»l »» uterine, tonic Washingcou correspondent» adu. Mit* M. DeVoe, Beattie
and nervine, anti imparts vigor at'd
st ength to the whole system. It promptly
Wakelee’s Squirrel and G pher Externil-
cures weakness of sU»mac ». it.digestion, ator Try it. and prove the lies 1» <he
bloaiing, weak back, nervous proslrati» n. h--ai>es . Wakelee & Co.. S»n r rancisco
-iebility and sleepl ssness in either sex
Fav»»rite Pre.crl tion i sold by drugg'st-
under our posilirr guardntie. See »'tap
per around l otlie.
1*1.00 n bot
PU R K,
I am a good swimmer, and. I am
The pail is entirely in one piece and
In spite of the reputation that women,
without hoops, so it never leaks or falls as a sex, enjoy of being great talkers, totd, noted for my fests of skill an»'
to pieces, besides being lighter by far comparatively few of them cultivate to endurance in the water. If I wasn’t -■
than any other material from which any decided degree the art of conver wonbl not be alive now to tell my
such vessels could be made. The pro sation. They are apt to become so ac story.
My knowledge of the arL combine»’
cess of their manufacture is thus de customed to their daily houshold life hs
scribed: The wood, preferably spruce, to consider it the whole, not a part, of with a perfect confidence in myself,
although any soft, fibrous wood will their existence, and they lose, as it have, on three different occasions,
answer, is first eleured of its bark and were, their own identity and merge saved my life, when others, giving m»
out to a length uniform with the grind themselves into a housekeeper, or up for lost have stood bv. watching
stone to be used, generally sixteen to nurse, without any individuality of their me nearly drown, without an attempt
twenty-four inches. It is then placed own remaining. By many the tine arts at rescue, although some of them were
against tho face of a rapidly revolving of which they have previously made capital swimmers.
Of course, they yelled and rushed
grindstone, the grain of tho wood be themselves masters are neglected and
ing in a line with or parallel with the gradually fall into ignoble disuse. madly about, and threw things in the
axis of the stone, and a hydraulic or Why is it that so many as soon as they water, and shouted crazy cotumamls.
worm screw piston keeping the wood begin their married life discard their but not one of them would risk his
constantly pressed against the stone. music or singing and never bestow a pr» clous life for mine. I thoroughly
The result, which is washed off tho thought upon those accomplishments detest such cowardice.
ÎÎ5 PERFECT MAOß
Though I have always burned to dis
stone by a shower of water, after being which soothe and elevate us and seem
screened of slivers and sawdust is a to rest a spirit fretted by the ceaseless tinguish myself in saving life, ami
milky-white liquid. With the water turmoil of life? It is on this account hare often purposely gore where my
Tts su peri' r excel! ence pro ven- la mPHom r
sufficiently extracted this is tho wood that some women are apt to be tire services in that line might be noedeil.
mure than aqua ter of aceutury. J- Ia
U ni te J H tute» • ver mu en t. I ud .raed by t he 1^
pulp used in the manufacturo of paper some when talking, for they rarely al it was only recently that the longed-
(Jniver<itU£ a* the» Stromwt, Pureft fc'
HwIVhUl Dr. Fríe.’. «
and indurated fiber ware. The process low tlie stream of conversation to rise for emergency came to onablo mo to
(flies not coñuda Ammonia, Lima or Alum ¿ u
of manufacture of ware from the pulp above its allotted banks of the common
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO
is exceedingly simple, and is similar in place. If tile subjects be children, man that I knew I was. It happened
all the lines mado by the company. In servants or dress the feminine tongues thiswise.
Attached to tho hotel wliero I was
making a pail, for instance, tho ma wag glibly, but turn tho current aside
chine for first molding the pail from from the well-worn channel and we boarding was an immense cistern so
the pulp is provided with a hollow per soon perceive there are rocks in tlie deep and dangerous that its vicinity
forated form of cast iron, shaped like course that disturb the smooth, pleasant was a forbidden playground for the
the inside of a pail, and covered first flow. It is impossible for one to be in children.
I, as was my custom, was lounging
with perforated brass and then teresting in conversation who wishes to
with fine wire cloth. This form, see in the minds of others a mere re on the beach in front of tho hotel,
worked by a hydraulic piston, is flection of their own: whose aim is, not wntching tho bathers, especially the
CIHE» ALL HVMORS,
pushed up into a large cast iron “hat,” to evolve some new idea or open fresh venturesome ones, and hoping that one tle, or nix boll lea lor 05.00.
A large treatise on Di-eases ■ I Women,
from a common Blotch, or Ernpu,
which fits over it very tightly. Within avenues of thought, but to present a < f them might give mo the desire»l prolusely illu-trated with colored plates
h> tho worst Scrofula. Salt.rhr,
chance to rescue him. or rather her, and numerous wood cuts, sent for ten
this hat is placed a flexible rubber bag. constant repetition of nothing.
“ Fever - sores,” Scaly or Bo,
from the breakers before all the people cents in stamp«.
Skin, in short, all dlseuw s enua-d by
and between this and the inner form
Of course it is not to be denied that a
»quered by this powerful ,
Homespun people often run counter first mentioned is admitted tho pulp,
there and be crownoil a hero, with my
ívlgoratiiig medicine. I.r
to some of the common customs, or ■till in a liquid state. The pulp being
•ers rapidly hen! uniteriu
name conspicuously printed in all the
c. Especially has It inanif«
time-worn prejudices of society, and pumped in under pressure, the water that tlie better she performs iter duties panel’s.
T ut very little lard in your_bread if you
curing Tetter, Hose Bi
are laughed at. Sometimes they are immediately begins to drain off through
»uncles, Sore Eye«,Srt
O io beautiful girl in particular I wish it to be white.
site to her vocation in life. But it
nloii» Sores and Swelling«, u
right, and society is wrong.
Disenso, White Swellli
the wire cloth and perforations, ami I ought not to follow as a matter of noticod, ami each lime she losscil her
When new and valuable ideas are
CHRONIC CrUGH8 AXD C'LDS.
Goitre, or Thick Neck, nuil Fula»
the rubber bag wells until it fills the | »»our.se that because a woman is a good shapely bare arms from tho water my
Send ten cents in »taui|a f,
evolved in the progress of the world'»
All diseases of the Throat and Linars can b
large treatise, with colored plates, ot.
hat Tho supply of pulp is then shut ’ wife and mother that her whole eon- heart leaped in my throat, for I thought cured by th»- use of Ncoit'fo EniuiMion. as '
thought, those who fir«t believe in
tho same amount lor a tin
my dream of rescuing a lovely heiress co tains the healing virtues of Cod Liver Oil
on Scrofulous Affoctions.
them are often subjected to ridicule. off. and water under high pressure is ' versation should savor of the meat that and then marrying her was about to a..d Hypophosphites in thei fullest form. Is t>
IS THE LIF
b autiful creamy Emulsion, p datable an milk,
forms her iliiily diet. Women are apt
But it is those who believe who have
Thoroughly cleanse it by using Dr. Pkri
Incipient Consumption, and alt
easilv dige ted, and can bt taken by th»* mo»i
be rea ized.
occasion to rej ice.
Please read: "1 c insider Scott?
As her handsome f rm floated grace delicate.
digestion, a fair skin, hnoyaiil «i
Emulsion the remedy par-excellence in Talar
Mr. A. Way is a prominent farmer of the water from the pulp. After i consist.») of their domestic concerns. As
Sold by all Druggists for 50 Ceuta.
Its,and vital strength, will Ix-iotabln
fully on the crest of the waves farther cnlou8 nd Strumous Affections, to ssy nothng
at Navastno, N. Y., who was pn-strated
. a consequence tliero are a great many
and farther from tho shore. I grew C onnell . M. D., Manencster, O.
with kidney diaeaae, and reached a
needles.« bores in the world; needless, I
more excited over the glorious pros
which Is Scrofuln of the I.iingt,,
point where “the doctor »»id he had lowered, and the pulp pail removed. «ay, (»ecati.se unless there were some we
rested nn»l cured by this rcinody, if tai»«
THE “OLD RELIABLY.”
done all he could.” Feb. 23d, 1883, he At this stage the pail is still nearly fifty could not appreciate persons who aro pect of heroism before mo.
foro the last stages of the dteense ere r»»»
'l'iie thundering surf was very high
Prom its marvelous power over this t--»
writes, “A b a last resort I t»egan the per cent water, but is sufficiently really entertaining. Of the different
fatal disease, when first off» ring tin»
We have us- d in this office for the pas
une of Warner’s s.«fe cure, and t*day strong to allow handling. This water specimens of tho genus ‘-bore” there ami filled with sand, allowing tho ebb eighteen month« oi e of y ur I »1.1 lleliabh
celcbiuti-'l remedy to the public. Dr. Ir
thought seriously of calling it his “(
I am h »le, hearty and h »ppy.” Octo is first all dried out in dry kilns, and is none more distinctly marked (han ing tide was making a strong undor- »1x15 job presses. For strength, motion
sumption Cure,” but iibiinilono!
ease of running and for g-ne al good worl
ber 13th, 1887, lie again writes, “If it then the pail is turned off on tho out <hc woman who imagines .«lie is elo to >v.
name as too limited for a medicine «I
Recklessly or ignorant of danger we have never seen a press superior to ii
from Its wonderful combination of turn
had not been for your wonderful dis side with a gang of saws. After sand quent. The small animals of lite same
alterative, or blood-»-I»»it-,
covery of Warner’s safe cure, I should papering inside and out tho pail is kind, even the inevitable ntul long- niy angel continued to increase the
antl-billous, pectoral, mid nutritive pr»
not only as a r»-mo¡»
have been in my grave to-day. I am, ready for the treatment house, whore winded gossip, pale into insignificance dis a'tco between lierself amt safety.
F. M. M c C ully .
consumption, but for all Chronic!
I would have hallooed to her but for
to all appearances as free from any it is charged witli a water-proofing com beside her. She is generally known as
oases of the
Soft butter the size of an egg weigh
trouble of the kidneys as any man pound which permeates thoroughly tho dealing largely in tlie flowers of rliet- the grand feeling within me that I was
there able and anxious to save her.
living. The doctor who doctored me material of which the pail is made.
, uric, lavishing metaphor and simile
Ju»jt then a femalo’s agonized shriek
1 feel dull, drowsy, d< bilitated,
and said I must die, lias since died Baking in ovens at a high temperature
Dr. Pierce's “Favorite Prescription” 1»
! witli a prodigal hand, abounding in
«»allow color of skin, or yellow ish-browni
not extolled as a ‘ cure-all,” but adnil abli
with Bright’s disesse!”
succeeds er.ch dip or treatment. The inohitiotis anil having a glowing look from the direction of the hotel brought fulfills
or body, frequent ticudnchr or t
a singleness of purpose, lie ng ;
me to my senses. Moro shrieks and a
The hottest old farmer was doubtl- ss polish which the goods present is de
ness, bad taste in mouth, internal tai
most potent specific in those chronic weak
with hot flushes, lowed
hurrying crowd ton nnl the cistern told nesses peculiar to women.
derided and laughed at by the medica. scribed as being tho result of the final
and gloomy forebodings, irregular and
man, and many of his friends, when treatment. After this the handles are sidered the inspired Pythia of ¿Apollo’s mo th:it my hour of triumph had
and coated tongue, you are suffers !i
IndigoNtion, Dy*|»<‘P*in, nnd Tori
one pint of coffee A sogar wei hs twelv»
he announced hie determination to riveted on the goods, which are then temple, or a bare-back rider on the arrived. My nerves suddenly seemed
Liver, or “ 111 II on Mie*»».” Inn
try Warner’s e .fe cure, a proprietary ready for the market__ ’llailway Review, winged Pegasus. For a good, old- as iron, my head grow cool, and I felt, ounces.
cases only part of these symptoms arc ei
fashiotied, death-dealing, wotind-tip- now nt last on trial, that I was more
rienced. As a remedy lor all such o
medicine; but he is alive and well to-
Dr. Pierce9« Golden Medical I
fivr-a-whole-week and <ion't-stop-on- than eqmil to the awful emergency be THE PRESIDE T OF THE NJ.W Y0R1
dav, while the physician who laughed
covery is unsurpassed.
LIFE IN THE WEST,
For Weak L uiik «« Spltthij
at him is dead.
Blood, Shortness of Breath, Br
For expediting legislative business, Eil
The wise old farmer has the last A County Coronor Who II m an Ever- woman who tries to be eloquent in or
chitin, Asthma, Severe Uoiigh«,
Watchful Eye for Fees.
kindred affections, it is an efficient renx
dinary conversation. Like tho ancient hiffress from tho more romantic ocean, nmnd L Pitts, the President of the New
Young, mfdlle-sged and
S old by D rugoirts . nt $1.00, or
York State Senate, stands almost without
A man who had just moved to Ne Miriam, she “holds you with her glit
old, single or married men
BOTTLE» for $5.00.
bv.i I thonglit whilo pushing my way a peer. Such a place as he holds is a most
raise teein ror Horses.
altar ho suffer with
braska with his family was culled on tering eye.” and there is no escape
Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pi'
through the terror-stricken crowd try trying one and require* great powers of
book on Consumption. Address,
Nervous Debility, Sperm a
The manufacture of false teeth for before breakfast the other morning by from tlie ordeal.
World’s Dispensary Medical Ii
ing to gaze into the dark and ugly endurance One of Mr. Pitts’ablest sup
torrhea, Seminal Loue«
elation, 663 Main Street, B uffalo ,-V
I Sexual Decay,Failing Mem
horses bids fair to become a regular a tall native.
Next to the feminine Demosthenes cistern that perhaps saving her little porters will be seen in his letter g.ven
;ory. Weak Eyes, Lack of
“Mornin’, stranger,” said tho Ne eotnes tho gossip who knows more
A New York veterinary
brother or sister niqrht bo also re
Skin Diseases, Syphillis
S tate of N ew Y ork , S enate C hamber ,
surgeon recently said on the subject: braska man. “Jcs’ movin’ in I sec?” about other people’s affairs than they warbled with heart and hand.
Eruptions. Hair Falling
A lbany , March I', 188*.
Bone P.1M, 8 welling-
“They have made wonderful progress
»Io themselves. There is not a skele
“Tommie had fallen into
Sore Throat, Uloers, K -
I have used Allcock’s Porous Plasters in
is offered by the propr
within the past year, and they can do
tecta ot Mercury, Kidney»
ton hidden in a family closet but it is cistern!” I waitod to hear no more. my family f.,r the p.si live tears, and can
and Bledder Trouble
for a case of catarrh L
any thing now in horses' teeth thill mysteriously killed a few months i akc.1 out anil held up in tho glaring
“Make way!” I cried, as without
they cannot cure. If 1
-prompt relief »nd cure tor lite.
they cun do in human. I henni of n ago?”
ilgltt of publicity anil exposed to tlie taking time to romovo even my coat and effect great cures. I wou'd not be n-
have a discharge iron'
without them. I have in several instances
“No, sir; you’re mistaken.”
nose, offensive or otherwise, partial W
case n few days ago where this now
i gazo of thousands of iii»|uiring eyes.
OR’FICE—18« dr 180 THIRTY R’’’
I plungod fearlessly into that black given some to friends suffering with weak
smell, taste, or hearing, weak eyes, dull I
invention was tried with perfect sne-
What a woman should aim at in con- and chilling rain water.
and lame barks, and th y have nvariably
or treasure in head, you have Catarrh, ll
afforded certain and speedy relief. They The Oregon National Bank, sands of cases terminate in consumpttol
cess. Tlie horse's teeth were pulled your wife tried to drown herself last i versation js not only to entertain by
I opened my eyes and tried to see, cannot
Dr. Sage’s C atarrh R emedy cures then
one by one. and in tho cavity left open spring?”
! giving her own thoughts, but at tlie but the frightened heads above mo
cases of Catarrh, “Cold ill the Hen
E dmund L. P itts .
I Successors to MetronoUtao .^aringA&ank.)
and Catarrhal Headache. 60 cert*
“No, sir, she didn't.”
anew tooth was inserted. It was lit
CAPITAL PAID IN,
I «ante time to draw out those of others, shut out all light. I dove and groped
____ Transacts a General Banking Business.
“But one of the gals took pizcn an’ »‘specially the bashful mid particularly this way and that, vainly trying to find
erally contented in, and, although thé
ACCOUNTS kept subject to check.
SfJ'ÌÌlfreSftWISf12? ®“n * ™™»teco »«1 New Ywt
gums were sore for a wook, they final died 'bout that time?”
basiifiil men. Nothing pleases a man tho unconscious body of the drowning
College and S lentitlc Courses, Norm»! v’?« CoLLI-x I IONS -w favorable tern«
Course, College Preparatory Course, Busi VAN B Dr.LABHMUTT “RO. B MAUKLE, Jx.,
ly hardened and now give the anima)
«» much, nothing gives him such an child.
Description and " * 1 Ii
ness Cours-, Conservatory of Music, Mod
“Ah. wrong again? I unncrstood ¡•lea of his superiority, as to allow him
D F SHERMAN (Mala« —«a.
■■ Map of FLORIDA SOUTH-
no trouble. Filling horsos' teeth and
I listened for its cry. but the noiso ern Lmguages, Art», Boa d ng Depart
Four million acrw,
donning them is a common thing now,
•tn opportunity of imparting informa above prevented my hearing. The ment. MprineTerni l»<-sii»» Ylura-h
suitable Cor Oranges, Lemons, Olives, Pina
and in a few years that practice will be ject to fullin’ sickness an’ such I’m tion, though he ntay tint have penetra suspense was horrible. 1 swam to the Ï. I mmm . Bas two good bui dings. Twelve
fixer 6.000.OOO people use Bananas, Strawberries and eariy yi getabia
Library and apparatus. For
sale on long credit »1.25 to »8.00 per acre.
all the rage.”— N. Y. Star.
tion enough to discern that it is tlie opening to shout for light and air, Teachers.
or admission, addres«: A. J
“You’ve been wrongly informed— taet of tlie woman that entices hint into when down dropped a heavy ladder, Catalogue
A ndkkson , President, Walla Walla, W.T
ptn.-in, 'n »io Medieat eat, my family is perfectly healthy.”
| talking about what perhaps he knows hitting mo between tiie eves partially
. are admitted to be the
Onr New Store, which we now oceq
Gurytcu <w. o'te.r, sr.ya t*!flt nine-tenths
“Gosh, that's funny! But, say, ain’t I iess than she. I remember hearing it stunning and forcing me down, stran-
CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED
has atom 3 ocrea or Floor Sp
In the world.
Oi lite w.ui animals in confinement arc thoro been a good many violent and ; I'tnarkeil of Mrs. Cleveland that she
•»linir, to tho slimy, nasty bottom. To the Editor
OThe BUYERS» GUIDI
D.X. FERRY ft CO 3
aubject to heart disease, although al) unexpected deaths in the fam'ly some- '.vns a charming conversationalist be-
Pleas© inform your readers that I have a pos-
Itaued Sept, and Mi-
Tlirro in that hideous trap, if a colored
tlve uad 1 riced
remedy ^or the above named disease. By
animals have their peculiarities. The »v here F”
each year. 49-36*,«
■ i ause she always chose topics which wait««' Ijailn’t at once climbed down its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have
elephants are heirs to many diseases,
permanently cured. I shall be glad to
I she knew would interest, others, mid iwid lia ile»l me up anil out, I would hen two
bottles of my remedy free to any of
but the most common mid fatal is
“Well, you shot a man 'bout a year in this lies the whole secret of the art have miserably perished in trying to send
your readers who havo consumption if they will
rheumatism. Monkeys and baboons ago—I got that straight?”
will be mailed
of conversing. A celelirated French save : lie life of Tommio—tho cat—who send me tbeir Express end P. O. address.
..A-SLOCUAhraZpeaBSL , New York
REE TO ALL
generally die from bronchial affections
“No, sir, I never did!”
whole Picture Gall
I woman, who had neither wealth, beauty crawled up the Iadd<T after us. looking
and heart disease; felines, such aa
“Well, well, I must have struck the tor position to elevate her in social no loss ridiculoi's than I. gasping and
direct to eonottmert on all good»
lions, tigers, leopards, etc., from dys wrong house somehow—there’s" such a i ireles. rose to tlie highest rank among dripping, on the cistern box. with my
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Piso’s
out orderinc it.
personal or family use. Tell«hoe
Invaluable to all.
entery and heart disease; deer, ante fam'ly jes’ moved in 'round here some ; tlie court during tlie latter day of M»ir b.uhcr covered with a shawl laugh Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. oOc.
order, and give« exact cost of evi
Every person using
thing you uae, eaG drink, weir
lopes, etc., suffer most from dysentery where. You see I'm county coronor, j royalty simply by her art of pleasing in ing at i s both, and offering a quarter
Carden, F ieid°r Flower
Jay Gould's income is fit.hOff an hour.
’’’’G'- Tlieee INVALU11
and heart disease; while tho canine an’ I'm very anxious to make their ac ■ her conversation. Brilliancy in con- (<> tho man who jumped in after her
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tribe, such as wolves, dingoes and quaintance an’ toll ’em that they're 1 versation is not tho essential ehxraeter- darling Tommio.
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from the market* of the worM.
No trouble to swallow Dr. Pierce’s
foxes, don't seem to be subject to any welcome, an’ that if they care to in
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I'm not in the life-saving business
1 istic. Some of the most charming
SELBY SMELTING AND LEAD QO., 10 eta. to defray expense of mail!
disease except “pure cussedness.’*
dulge tn their specialty I’ll see thr.t talkers are any thing but witty or any more.—77. C. Dodge, »A Titwkee
Ten common-sized eggs weigh a pound.
MONTGOMERY WARD AC
they have just aa slick an inquust as
Avenue, t blcaf«
LATE SHIPWRECKS OFF CAPE was ever held in Newbraskey! Good learned; but tho truth is we love to
bye’ stranger!”— Chicago Tribune.
they say, whose words are choice with
Extract of letter from Dtvid James
out being studied mnl natural and easy
M s. Noscup had always contended
Th. Streets of Paris.
(late mafter) of the bark Colorado oi
T ry G ermea for breakfast.
without being childish or slangy. We tha her husband’s tob cco habit was
Glasgow—' Having lost our ship on
From a report published in the love to listen to those whose minds, a vile and ii j irious o e.
Camelline improves and preserve* the complexion.
171 Fourth 8t_ bet Morrison and T
Staten island, on the 5th of July last, Xouvellet Annul»» de la Conetruction, whose nobility of character, whose
BUELL LAMBERSON, Cen‘1 Agent.
‘■There.” said Mr. Nosoup, turning
» «tarli Mt_ Portland. Or.
and having saved neither effects nor the total area of the streets of Paris, : purity of soul shine in their conversa- front his sclontific journal, “it is said
advice and MEDICINE »!■*
Big c: has given untrer-
provisions, we were then compelled to measured between the kerbs, amounted I ;ion, mid we feel that words are but there aro no microbes to bo found in
sal satisfaction In the
at the end of 1886 to fi.617.UX) square 1 the personification of the beauty tobacco. ”
i>l-'or0" ■womwfuUy treated. Cbrook •*
travel over the island for ten days, sub
I TO 5 DAYS.
cure of Gonorrhoea and
metres (91.678.065 square feet), of within.— Chicago Time».
"That's where tho microbe shows
Gleet. I prescribe It and
sisting on nothing but shellfish and sea which 6.250.000 square metres are laid
LMt Manboa I aucrtmtuUy tnalrtl with tta«B‘
feel safe in recommend
—To Preserve Ropes.—To preserve his good sense, Me. N. soup.” — Chicago
weed. On the 19ih of July we came in granite, 1.608.100 square metres
„Lj,,nKATtl?. Acne E l . thic B slt and tab»
ing it to all sufferers.
LMaonof" taken by tie««'
A. J. 8TOWEB, M.D.,
A competent Pbytaaan «
•cross another shipwrecked party of macadamised, 302,000 square metres
hi to attendance daily Oontrv patten. H
seventeen, the surviving part of the asphalted, and 355,000 square metres mold and mildew, one prepares a
*t™£D,nPhHU, aa accurate ta pooubte C«HS»
—The schooner M. A. Barton re-
■»netted. Term, atrtetly each
crew of the British ship Dunskeig of provided with wood pavement The ‘.»sth of soluted copper-glance and ■ently brought to Gloucester from La
Sold by Druggists.
Glasgow, fourteen having [»eriahod cost last year for relaying and repairs
Thfi BELT or Begr^
II : ve bank a most p. culiar s a mon-
on» Agent iMerrhnnt oniv- w.In
Btaue expres«ly for
C ut « cura .
through exposure. Now, the ship was amounted to 11.000,000 franca (£440,- of soluted eopper-glsnca to three and » er. unlike any tiling seen by the obl-
V RI r Y IN G AND
lost on the 23.1 of June, and a lol of 000). To put all the streets of Paris one-half pints of water. Let the rope* 9-t fishermen I It. re. It was four feet F°L
of BLBCTBICITT !*’’
1 beautifying th.»kinof children and infant»
through the parte w®*,
the cargo, consisting of Errs' C ocoa , into thorough order would require , soak in this mixture for four day«; they long ami five inches thick; had one and
,o5I.urtnK. diaflgurfiig. itching, .calv
them to healthy
confound thiewith El«*™
was washed ashore out of the wreck. about 75,000,000 francs (£3,000.000). will then be covered with a coating <>f d' r<al tin. extending ho whole length •"•Jptmplv diM-ase. of the «kin. ecalp and
adret tiaed to «Broil« «■
OFFER NO. 173.
head to toe. ItHf*1*
There was nothing saved except tho of which 14.000.000 francs would have
7* _ a* R bmxdim are infallible.
of Its back, a>d a tr angular-shaped
fe I-T o M erchants O ni . v An
Cynct ra . the great skin curb , and Cm-
cocoa, and we, numbering twenty five to lie spent in changing Macadamised them from all kind* of animal anemic* head, the lower jaw ixtending two
I?n externally, -’ and
men, were kept alive on it up to the roads into pavement and 60,000,000 is well ae from mold and mildew. To inches beyond the upper. B th jaws pared
trio Be t Co,,
i ’ tktra hf
20th of August, when we were rescued francs in improving existing pave fix the muriate of copper one dips the
B1?xl Brider toteraally'
were armed with try sharp teeth.
succeed when all other remedt/«
: x »| h ".« in soap-water («even otMieet to
by the steamer Mercurio of Buenos ments.
The upper jaw had three long prongs and the best physicians fail.
Ayres, and landed there on the 13th
three and one-half pints of water).
at tli.i exireme tip. This qu-er fish !? *»«" r
"kin beautirtem and blood STEINWAY KRANICH A HAC-H.
—Tale University began the new col
will b- sent to tlio Smithsonian Insti-
When I say can I do n<»t mean merely t°
“T»>o much praise cannot be given legiate. year September 22 with 204 men
ora time and then have them return again. 1
mnd« the diRease of FIT^ A
to this coco* for I he preserved state in the freshman class. This i* the being loved by your Mlow-crasturos
i*.PSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-»oaf*?®
_ ____________ W Fret «trre». Han Fmnci-én.
that it was in, after being in the bot largest class that ever entered, In the •‘»d feeling that your presence is an
wmedy to cure the worst case^n^
- *l|ry”»«i far • How to Cure Skin l>iM-aare'
there have failed is no reason for not now
-R c-nl explorntion. bv Italian BARY S'"«^
tom of the sea, in the wreck of the scientific department there are nearly addition to th -ir comfort.
Preserved and beanti
’»nee tor a treatise and a K"
« »he ■
“M^lbble remf»dy. Give Eipres* and “
■I I--», la-»,«» t.» I .... r
—There is a popular impression to ! t avelers in the region of ihe Lower DflOl 0 fled byCmcrsA M mucatvt »
Dunskeig. for a fortnight, and then 100 new men.
« <i. R(M>T. »f.<’ ,1H3 PnArl • •
the iff-a’ that a woman can not keep a
waslied ashore, and lying on the beach
—This la the composition a new accret. Yet, who over hoard a woman A «'em A rica. leave no doubt that
and rocks of Staten island for abou'
teacher had the pleasure of hearing
six weeks, subject to the exposure of
*«r that her now black silk was partly •oine. f the native tribes and no»ab!v
lie people kn-wn as the Fans, ara
tha severest weather on the face of the in a school not far from Concord. “Go made up of tho old one?
ing to School. I like to go to school
Th« Original and Only Grnaiaa
—Analysis has brought to light the can it bals. They not only eat nten
alway» RellaMe. R>-ware of wort h le«a !1 b I?L m
"The bland is situated in a region when we hare a good teacher. I don't fact that ice-cream frequently con but they manifest a decided prefer! CATA R RH
oi perpetual ice, snow and storms, and
«• na for particnlarv (a inter by
tain* glue. B it it navor .«coni« to hurt j ■nee for this kind of food. The Cara-
after all this test it was as fresh and
tho girla S »mehow. it’« al war* tha iere A. P.-eile, who was a member of
—F~ J. Garvid, one of the Sioux young man who gets stn-k. — HaiAin/.
dry •a if in the works.
V-rolJnT/’.Tl-Illl ' TO.
"As we had a good stock of it there, tribe, in a iccent address. spoke with ton Critia.
ot their boatmen, who happened to be
—T he H>ftltry Tara artvocate* quick eft behind near a Fan village on the
ire used it in a liquid state for drink,
and also made it in a thick state, like torture could make groan, but who fattening for'fowls when they are in banks of the Ogowai. were kills I by
Wtll be pe’d
e*"h «nd r~rrl ,Tliu
norridge, and we also baked it on the weep at the tory of the Cross. There tended for table use. and recommend* he inhabitants, and ,o completely
»«»nowlevael in» o,o:v dUUhtfiil .«d ■
Era, which made splendid bread, and are 2,000 living Sioux converts, and aa milk in any state, from fresh to thick, levoured that th ir skeletons weri
jst.l wed f<* '•
•n.l wuma, th, o.nnlell n reir »0« <5-,
kept ua alive and warm ou this barren many more have died in the faith.— l lii* should be fed in connection with i inbseq.ientlv found picked clean.-
«»•! .1 M-ml.h 1 «,<! reuzh «•> H i
V <d .nd |„<i
.U e of
a grain diet
Sold b, Ul arajri-ta .1 S>
| While ud Fl—h
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Liver, Blood, and Lum
The Van Monciscar
Acme Electric Belt Agi
SKIN 8c SCALP
I CURE FITS
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