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, jta TOS of the performer .
the players who choose for
“life’e calling that ministry of Indians >i« Soldier«— The Strong Con
1 ■ „ Hociety in this country al
trasts Betweeu two New Mexican Tribes,
,ntT a light esteem. Above all, Lagunas and Aooiua».
'VTuiuan person to become the
innal vehicle of public amuse
/It Santa Fe, N. M., the Lagnuas
'^’“d let for hire its features and
i£it* stage display, entails a iadians presented the spectacle of the
lense to the inbred morgue only Indian military organization in
et tv which discredits the tus- the world winning second honors in
^^ing. however unjustly Nor a general contest of territorial militia.
!■ .eutnuent pecoUar • o England, It is interesting to watch them under
^■trary, the class of »lramatic command. The business seems to be
has long l>eeu held in a very serious one for them. Their
^req-eel in tliis country than set jaws and fixed eyes bespeak plain
*hW Continent. The Kembles, the ly a purpose to give the lie to the old
“* ¿¡vs the Ellen Trees, the boast that an Indian cannot tit him
for disciplined warfai j. Every
en Faucite have ennobled it. The self
man ut the captain’s word gives him
• lice s'-aiust the profession of self
wholly to the business before
*Xe isBfHr stronger iu France
him. A roundness of shoulders that
i indv than with us. ltouiau law Heeins born in the tribe and to which
,ted actors with a touch of infamy: their masses of long hair gave quite
Znan Church denied them so
much prominence as the bulging
a consecrate«! grave. Even as
of their jackets, detracts some
L not strict or prudish in such
Xsomethiug of the old dis.lain what perhaps from a soldier’s idea
of eroctnoss, but the apparent stoop
X. and it was a marvel when is at least uniform, and their glisten
accomplished comeiiian of ing helmets and well brushed clothes
L received from the President nu /e along in line with machine like
the republic the decoration of the precision. A curious and striking
la of Honor. Still, it. must be
contrast is afforded between the La
iosseii tLiat there is a close analogy
Ln the temptations of the turf gunas and Acomas, the latter a power
’thoan of the stage. Tho former ful and picturesque tribe from the
northwest. Their common dress,
j the jockey to scale ns light in
though often shabby, displays an in
th anil iu honesty as ho seeks to nate love of color which evon the
;n avoirdupois, reserving some- brillant blanketed Navajoes hardly
ie6 but not invariably, the fluty of approach. Their shawls and blankets
engagement to tho colors for bang from their shoulders in folds as
ich be rides. The latter incline stately as ever a Boman’s robes and
actor, and still more the actress,
decorated with a blending of
make'life « masquerade of flash are
feathers and beads that glitter in the
1 glare, a whirlgig of sudden sunlight like jewls. But their glory
unpb and precipitate reverse For is most resplendent on festival aud
h alike, that most brittle and least gala days, when their appearance is
ral of all tests, success before the to be compared ouly to Oriental
ilic eye, tends to become a gradu- pageantry. The colors of a kaleidos
. larger and larger factor, and cope are not more varied or brillant
racter and conscience sink under than those of their dress, which leaves
indueiiee of professional habit. exposed at, the bottom only beaded
,se are the temptations, not of moccasins and fits closely to the neck
rse, irresistible, but grave and above, the front to the waist being
| which beset tho profession of adorned with bit« of contrasting color
me who live to please” and these and trophieHt of fur and metal.
e so far prevailed iu molding the Kerchiefs of fanciful print are wound
iitions of the stage in the past upward from the top of the robe,
t they tend to exclude any close encasing the neck and lower face,
ltiny of moral character iu the while from the forehead downward
nbers of a company. Unless he the head and face are hidden behind
a above those traditions, no man- folds equally picturesque, leaving
r will earn to press such a qnes- only the eyes ami nostrils in sight.
l. It is as much outside his prov- A hat shaped like a bishop's mitre
9 to consider it as it was outside studded with bright colored beads
t of a recruiting Sergeant of tho ■ and flashing with crown like splendor
at Frederic, who merely wanted I ; completes this uniqne outfit, and fifty
iu« to be 6 feet in height. It is braves so attired furnish a sight that
possible that such traditional facts dwarfs in interest a spectacular
mid not result in some loss of drama and invests with regal splendor
te, social disrating founded upon — fro-u a distance—a costume the
xoral sentiment, similar to that of intrinsic value of which would be
iental castes, which rests on one highly appraised at $5.—| Correspon
etnonial or socially artificial. The dence Buffalo Courier.
le performer is comparatively a
♦ 4 0«- «
¡hyderm, being proof against ini
A n O pinio ’.
There were eight or
tations which sting the female ten of them seated oil the grocery
intation to death. Thus ou the steps as the stranger came up, aud
id of the weakest and frailest fall j one of them led off with.
i whole, or all but the whole, of
“Yes, gentleii'eii, the village needs
i obliquy, which, if due at all. capital, and needs it. bad.”
ould be divided between the public
” That’s so.” ad.led a second. “What
to demand, anil the male performer ; we want her»» is money.”
10 assists at, the actress's sacrifice,
“Yes. Wo want capital to develop
whatever it may amount of social things,” sighed a third, and so it
»peet. Thus tho stage is entitled went down the line until every one of
say to society, “You exact this the lot bail exprei -.tsl his opinion that
irk from us and hold us cheap for capital was wanted. The last man
it. You are bound then to i looked up at the stranger aud added:
itect the weaker members of our | “Don’t, it seem that way to you?”
ift against th»» terrible risks which
“It does,sir,” wns the prompt reply.
»yolteii run for your sake riiur
‘ What would lie your opinion of
tjr does not end with payinont at the way capital ought to ba invested
(doors or applause, however ju- here?”
lions. in the house. Yonr pride
‘■Well, iny plan would be to lay
isslf-love inflict a social disability; out the first $5,000 in bar-soap, crash
d such disparagement ever tends towels, bsrla l's shears and kicking
depress the moral status of those machines!” was the firm reply, as lie
io incur it. The imputation which prepared for a run of half a mile to
n freely fling on us ever tends to ; the depot | Wall Street News.
dize itself in actual profligacy. A;
ifession which stands nt a disad |
BY H. O. DODGB.
dagein the eyes of public opion
, however unjustly, is only to like >
o deserve that of which it is sus-1
I In coral ?
cavfffi beneath * J
ted: for the sense of hopeless in- |
the waves with my
lice is apt to sting its more sensi-
old Father Neptune.
>sml impulsive members to des
Oh, my O yonth was
ation. Therefore, as you open the
«pent in sweet content
for I nt home was
r to disparagement, you are bound
kept, yon know.
moral reciprocity to guard the .
Alas, one day 1
ming, and keep it from becoming j
swam Rw«y in
a natural and geueral law, a
inward slope to perdition.” We
not see how it is possible to set I
The waters bore
le this claim. The “Church and me to the shore where
?e Guild” is an attempt to recog-; earthly mermaids sport,
know. There in the
i and meet it. It is only possible , you
sea together ws held
vercotne evil by good; and, omit- ■
nightly glad com
munion, oh, and
fruiu our pr»»sent view auy
daily religions agencies which
I guild may enlist, so far as it em- >
may, if lighted
iesthat broad moral principle, we ’ by the mown, yon know,
Ah! why did I give eai to
not but wish it well. For the my
weak, foolish, vain com
isers aud the amused to have op | panion,
oh, and learn that they
tanities of meeting, knowing, aud ■ wsnt in the spray but to be ejed
riending one another will mini-' by mail, you know. For, then,
too, did likewise woo men's
»the chances of any of the former ; i, eyes,
when rnme misfortune,
•oping into tire gulf, while the lat
oh! For quick they set for
a met in which I
will perhaps be astouif hed at the I
soon was caught, you
mount of - "lf-respect. unimpaired ,
•befcreo of social discouragement,
for ten cents
ieh the ranks of the former have 1
the men gsze
in a Rhow,
stuff d, and
show,—|Tli-> Edb gbnrgh Review.,
Thompson aimed at making soldiers
ciuzena and citizens soldiers. The
situation of the soldiers was to be
rendered pleasant, his pay was to be
FOR MEN AN.D BOYS
increased, his clothing rendered com-
rortable and even elegant, while all
liberty consistent with strict subordi-
WIU 1° 1’° permitted him.
Within,the barracks were to be neat
aud clean, and without, attractive.
Heading, writing, aud arithmetic were
to be taught, not only to the soldiers
and their children, but to the children i
of the neighboring peasantry. He j
drained the noisome marshes of i
Mannheim, and converted them into 1
a garden for the use of the garrison.1
For the special purpose of introdwc
»ng the culture of the potato he ex
tended the plan of militarv gardens
Siúly paar« te upaa bar, mm M baartaff it« «yaaini
to other garrisons. Tfiey were tilled, vhtate
bnrdaa af «uffarlnff, «r jay «C ralaaae Ci on 1L Kar
aud their produce was owuetl by non VaffateUla
U a madlaine far ffoaff aa«l aai
commissioned officers and privates. «vil paipo««af. 1 bava |»ar«anally bivaatlgated II aa4
« a > «Miaffad cf tea truth of tela
The plan proved completely success
On «Mannt «f 1M >r«»v«n marite It 1» racomaaaaffad
THE BATTLE OF LIFE
MORE TERRIBLE THAN WAR
i ' indolent soldiers became iu nad praaoriba»! by th* bate pbydvUuM la Sha cauatry.
dustrious, while through the prompt Oua «ayti “It warte Ute a charm anff aava» mute
yal/i. Ikailloura autiraly ttia werte farm of falllaff
Agony and Suffering of Mimi and
ing of those on furlough little gardens •f tea ater««, I«auiK>rrbo«a, ln-affular and painful
Body, aud Destroy more Human Beings every year than All the Armieo of the World.
sprang up everywhere over the Manatruatlon. ail Ovarian TrwuLla«, lnrtamniatl>»u and
country. Bavaria was then infested l lnaraWan. Ilaadlnff«, aU Ütaplaoamante and tha eon-
waaknaaa, and U aaparially adaptad to
with beggars, vagabonds, and thieves, Miuanlapinal
tea Chaaffa af Ufa.”
native aud foreign. These mendicant It parmaata« avary partían of tha aytearn, and <!▼•«
tramps were in the main stout,healthy, bow Ufa and viffor. 11 ramora« laiutuaM, flatulency»
all cravtaff far nttuinlan’a. aud ralie» 3.? waab
and able bodied fellows, who found a dtetroy«
nate «f th«etoma. b. lt «urea blMdtaff. Haadaehte,
life of thievish indolence pleasanter Narr«u« PratemMon, Gmaral Dteffliiv, Slwplateuaaa,
than a life of honest work. “These Daprandoa anff lndlffaaü«*u. Thal faal luff of boarlnff
Thia I’ho-iphatk’ combination, the Wonder of Modern Chemistry, is pronounced by the most eminent
pten, waiffbt and bao kau ha, Q alway«
menilxirH of the medical profession to be unequalled for its power in replenishing and elaborating the vitality
detestable vermin had recourse to the do«vn,uauM«ff
pamanaBtly auraff by Ita um . II will at all limo«, and
of the body; by its supplying all the essential constituents of the Blood, Brain and Nene Buhntance; and for
most diabolical arts and the most under all dranaulanoa«, ate in harmouy with iha law deve'. .ping all the Power« and Functions of the System to the highest degree; by its being agreeable to the
I alatu and innocent in its action. While retaining its wunderfill propertied, it actx as a specific, surpat^ing
horrid crimes in the prosecution of that ffavarnn tha fa«uala «yatem.
all the known Therapeutic Agents of the present age, for the sjiecdy and permanent cure of all derangements
It co « m only
par bottla ar - slx fur SB., and in sold by
their infamous trade.” Theyrobbe.1, drufffltea
of tb« Nervous and Blood Bystem«, Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Mental and Physical Depression,
Any Advine raqulrada« to apatía] cana«, aud
they stole, maimed and exposed 'ittle the ñama« of many who have bean retearod to perfpet Incapacity for Study or Business, Noises in the Head and Ears, Loss of Energy and Apatite. Being a natur
Hustorathe, its Energising Effects are not followed by corresponding re action, but are Permanent; and
children so as to extract moiiev from baalth by lie um of the VeffotAdde Compound, can bo al
are freiiuentli shown from the first day of its administration by a remarkable in‘reuse of Nervous Power,
the tender-hearted. All this must be j cbtalnwl by addiwaainff Mm. I*., with «tamp .or reply, u ith a feeling of Vigor, Strength ami Comfort, to which the putient has long been unaccustomed. The Nerv
Lar heave in Lynn, Va».
ous symptoms disappear as well as the Functional IQrangcinent. Sleep becomes calm and refreshing. At
put an end to. Four regiment of I at For
Ffdncy Complaint of teteer »ox thia < «»n>pound L>
the same time the |atiei:t gains riesh, the features presenting a striking improvement. The taco beeomst
fuller, the lips red, the^yes brighter, the skin eleur and healtny; the hair of tl v head aud beard grow and ac
cavalry were so cantoned that ev»»ry n wnrpaMad an abundant testünonix.. show.
quire strength; us also tlie nails, showing the importance of the action of the modiciiie on the organs of nutri
village had its patrol. This disposi
tion. It gives buck to the human structure in a suitable form the Phosphoric or Lively Animating element
fte beat tn |Ae inorLl for tee «ore of Ooutelpotiuu,
tion of the cavalry was antecedent to 'rU'.ieaanoM and Torpldlvy of the liter. Her Blwd of life which baa boon waated, and exert« an important influence directly on the Brain, Hpinal Marrow, and
System, of a Nutritive, Tonic and invigorating character; thereby checking ail wasting of the Vital
seizing, as a beginning, all the beg Pnrirter w orte waauiera in lla njw-ial hue and bnte fair Nervous
Fluid, and the more Exhausting Procewe« of Life, maintaining that Buoyant Energy of the Brain and Mus
gars in the capital. The problem to equal tea Compound in IBs popuhuity.
cular Sy stem which renders the Mimi Cheerful, Happy, Brilliant and Energetic; entirely overeoming that
All mate ramate her an an Angel of Marcy whom »»la
dull, Inactive and sluggish disj)ositioii which many persons ex:«eri<*nce in all their action.
before him might well have daunted ambltiea
I* to do geed to ethers.
This Jledicf nr prepared in Faria by Dr. EmU Dn.fardtn. ar. 1 used for years in hi«
a couragenous man, but lie faced it Philadelphia. Fa.
Miw A. M. D.
irlvate practice and in the Hospitals, «•an be procured of the Sole Importer» and Agents :
MAKTIVE A <’<>., I1> Weary Mtrcet. Man krnneieco. <’al.
without misgiving. He brought his
Prioe Ons Dollar ami Fifty Cents.
Ask your Druggist for ths Life E.senue.
schemes to clear definition in his
Bitters, by iucreaoiiuf
mind before he attempte.1 to realizo
vital power, and read
er i ti < the phyaiea)
them. Precepts, he knew, were vain,
function« regular and
so his aim was to establish habits.
active, k««p« the ays
Reversing the maxim that people
t«iu in good working
must lie virtuous to be happy, ho re
order, and preteeta it
againet disease. For
solved on making happiness a step
e )u«lii>ation. dyspep
ping-stone to virtue. He had learned
sia, and liver ooia
the importance of cle-anliness through
Kidney aud rhoamati».-
observing the habits of birds. Daw
aitareuta. it is invalu
givers and founders of religions never
able. aud it afients a
sure dsfunea • gain st
failed, he said, to recognize the in
inalerial fevers, be-
fluence of cleanliness on man’s moral
«idee removing a 11 (ftp X- *T>nAP*r u** u- nome. H:unpl«8 worth S3 •’ret*
trace« of auch dÍMOao vvJ
vDXU Àd'be -d S ti SHON
«. Purtiauil M»iur
nature. “Virtue never dwelt long
fioin the svstem For
na!e by all druggist»; QliDE OIIDC
-y Ml 1 U» hi 24 hours l..i-e
with fifth aud nastiness, nor do I
au»l dealers geuerally. OUtlU uUllU to poor Dr. Kt use, 2814 ArsctuilSt
CABINET WOOD» nnd * OEKKN,
believe, there ever was a person
scrupulously attentive to cleanliness
.»•, Pi M r 4 We WU1 m M
. * ' 'M I- Ship Timber, L ocub I Trueniii|s( Deck Fluffs, etc.
ù u i.1 J cao «» i/jxiKU every
who wns a consummate villain.” He
129-147 Spear St. and 26-28 Heward St.
li. i ra.-« Mei t 1 ». 1H¡», to Jan.
1, to un.v » .miea irto saads
had to deal with wretches covered
i .vK.vTV-grvx csx.y m PJ»*- Bau Francisco, and 156 Stats It., Boston. Maas
with fifth ami vermin, to cleanse
J ohn W iovokk . Boston. A. A. W kjmorv . N. F
)<,! K 1H iju« olJ»M<t ¡u»d wvvet
' _• f•
them, to teach them, and to give them
i-ute stury im U/ wt in th- ffeet,
the pleasure and stimulus of earning
¡MckT-uruXiU weekktes. Hw»d in
honest money. Ho did not waste his
Volcanic Water I
ing «pi InPoeitive
means on tine buildings, but taking a •Ion»,
Vitus Dau c n, Alcoholisr
Cure, us thoU4*n<Ld will SSSSrt,
deserted manufactory be n-naired it, Opium Eating,
for KhcuBiatiMni, < atarrh, Dvi»-
jepehi, Kid nt» v DI ma - kj , 4cvofu-
enlarged it. adding to it* kitchen,
Scrofula, and all
iu, and all Blood Diaeasss.
bake-house, aud work shops for me
Send for Circular. P* re nt do pot
Her-TJ5 nnd Dlood Diseases,
¡M I or dozen; 3 bottle.4 fl. 2b;
chanics. Halls were provided for the rr- i lcrgymcn, Lawyer«, Litcr?.iy Men,
«ingle bottle, 50 rente. Writ«
bn'.iil.er», J.adirs and all win . <?
spinners of flax, cotton, and wool. March n
m if suffering fr«>m flinesxe for
nr h’V rient causes Nervous Pros-
Other halls were set up for weavers, tftdrnto
■ ',olaxities of the in >od, atainaeh,
Kr 4 u!l!brni.i lolrtinlr Water
clothiers, dyers, saddlers, wool-sorters, udwelff
Kidney», or who n-quire a nerve
4 MUI Villi V
office -071 Howard Street,
carders, combers, knitters, and seam i tonic, at t t’zeroratimniant.
stress«». In the prosecution of his ' ine ¡HF
Th vusunds i
despoti« scheme all men seemed to prcHnlm it the moft *
! The Harkness Improved Zapfle Compound John .T Srs?-5 ¿£ CoVi
fall undet his lead. To relieve it ol i wonderful Invig >r-
! ant that er«rflu»taln-
Dying Eatabliehment of Han Fran-
the odium which might accrue 11 it ed a linking system.
cisco liavu changed their nams to I*«!arc Dye
were affected wholly by the military, 1 »«ru.wiHTb.t-i»-.
W ork-t. but n<» change in ownership. Ths
I». S. BltOWN Ä <’<>.. »G California St. onus« of the change i» that a party by tho nemo
ho associated with himself and his i fneDR S.A.klCHMQNO
of Snow has gon« into tliv »am« niisin«»s< AM
Hole Aleuta for (‘.xciflc C'oate.
communications Imreafu r ar« to bo h ml. to the
field officers the magistrates Of | MEDICAL CO., Solo Pro-[
Josr«h. Ho. ,
IMilace Dye Work«, 638 ftlarket H.r el..
Munich. They gave him willing | rrietors.3t
t'j?” rteld fojr «21 Ptai«1
Palace Hotel, Hun Francisco.
«rruTC u/AUTtn everywherb to »<n the
nn<l cir<’tii..rs Bond stamp,
sympathy ami aid. O
~ d "
koilltl jmu M»«
Agrutv, Saa Franc I » m o .
rhlMr ever invented. Will knit a pair nt teockinxH wPb
morning, 1790, he and the chief i IL'JH'luiOi £t
(<£.14. and 'i vli couaeieit-
magistrate walked ont together,
b ) m > knit a great variety or
work for which there
With extended hand a be; gar im- B
to h- Twovuhly knlttitu Hmleiur <«.. 1«3
’ihremout Street Mueton Mas.,
mediately accosted thorn, Tliomp
son, setting the example to bis com i FC? THE PEXMAKEMT CURE »F
I > EOPENBI» AT MYNAUOGIK. MASON HTK’ I’.T.
psnioLs, laid his hand gently upon
It between Poet and Geary, Neu f raud •», with It«
former facilty and c nine of inatruelhm. Htaleate out
the shoulders of the vagabond and ’
of eoliooi only .»«lay on ajcounl of the the, which be«
occtwdotiad the temporary chaque ef location.
committed him to the charge of a > Nocihirdlaeeue ie no pTr-.-aAr *- iff bbl« ccnn-
iNtry M CoGiteÁpa’Áon, AE..1 . t .. • > Ixaeea -T
Sergeant with orders to tak<> him to l/rt?iuuioff
'7Z..’-v•■OJ.'Z, au a
c iw». W>jteewer <ha*au*% h
the Town llall. At the end of that |P
iù the uomo . thLs xejuat.y w.LI o'/«ruMuh ;.
dBy not a single beggar remained at
x c »'M i. LJ frM
by wut«hni«kuia By mall 23c. < irciUi«
IV 3 i STB
TÄ.U1 ¿wtoMria- C<
large. [Prof Tyndali. in the Con
I S’««SK»w« te mry ?.ptt.y ».-»any
J. b B irch A Lk» ,38D« f 8 a . N Y
with eoœ’ipotxT«. JLiffier-VTcTt ut-
V.c wrate .eff partoac-ff ç : V'y ccxce
of r’lee eve.i wteu pixy— _~^ia au«l in
— —<......... ....
J ’ aTotaftxwMM.
E viuenck E nough .— A New York
É RHEUMÁTÍ&^'L^ x
A •i.VHTeign reuixMfy for function» an«l organic d.v
broker who left the street three or
eaae of thu lleuit, including Uypurtroptiy, Dilitatiou
; J Dgayui. cnnuL m it u ftw ai . l t?m pr. roí
four years ago, one day received a Ir
Fatty I»eg,’n«rsti«>'!, Valvular Laaioru, Dropsy of tin.
(íierveesof te» Klgneys, * zwmnS' ,vw’n.
Peart. 1 •rioardltia. Endocarditis, Angina, bertorib
lí»a rvstam oí ¿¿e anríd w*> - » « ú
call from a man up the river, who an
Paius about tliG Heart and Momtutaiy Mtoppag** "f th<
can r« tee
«affkrl. z wjxai c- j ’ •
I '-.wtlrixj sf vt;s Lxaat-«a oar —val. 'K
Aotiou ui the II»art Price, 01 per Bollir Propare<l
nonnceil that old Blank was dead.
QI INN àio. Mau Ki tm iw». <’ul . C S A. P.O
1 HOU.rcm OF GA9C3
“Old Blank. Yes, J reinember him: i oftha vro.-s-i
Ih«x 24Ó9 iMpot. N. W cor. Koaruy and Pine stieeta
awrjs of tela tarrlklo aj*jaaoi aro
so he is dead ?
“Yes. and his heirs are trying to
tíFTt el mases, Stre««thrws s.-xd yf es ' ov
break the will.”
Ufí> u» sil tae l <iportant on v j or u.«
TU natnral actlnn of Lho lLiaucra i ’
‘ They are?''
BuMtnette Suite to Order from
The Idvar ¡a c!e?injed tf a!l «' «aso, m ..
“Yes, aud they are going to havo
BowclJiaorv íroeljr and haa. --iul!/
• - •
- 5 00
he was crazy. They want you as a
, It Acta at ths aer e tLma <r» ths KZ3TTTTF
A’ÍDBOWIU/.JE »"*'• ' 7 IW-I
i»«*r mrt . D^wubew/. byy.*il. «
Prompt Attention, Honest Dealing
“Want me? Why, I know nothing
M. ' 1 ■.«JU'.K'OS *«<>.. 8C1 .j>s;un. Vi.< .T> '
Pei feet Fit Guarantreil or no aale.
of the old man, except, that I once
Rulea for «rlf-ineaeureim nt, and Sample« of
invested $10,000 for him.”
Tfala l.lrrtrir Bell Carr« Ihr follow Ing llls-
Cloth Sent Free to any addreaa,
“Well, that's all they expect to
< M*r« vsIlUoiil MtotlirllU-.
I’aiuMin the Back. Hip«. H»-ad <«r Limbs. Nervous IM
prove by yon.’’
bibtjr. Ltitnli*««». Grmral Debility, Rheumstism, Tara
lysis N*«WAirs. rtciatica, l>i«ea»e«ot the Kidney*. Spinal
lMiwa^«. To pid Liver. Gout, Asthma, Heart Dl*ra»e. 724 Market & 203 Moutgomerv’ St.
“Why, if you’ll come into court
Itvxyei-ia. Constipation. Eynuprlas, Iii ligt-ation Hernia,
or Kupturs, 4Tatarrh. Hies. Epi!« |my Dumb Ague
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
and swear that the old roan let you
Thia Heien illc Electric Belt I« the «wiy one in America
that aeixia the Electricity aud .Maffm-'iain throuah the
have f10,000 to invest for him the
Issly, curing he above «'iae«»e«. Beware of w«»rtlilea»»
ease is made out. When can you
a«. caUni IJ trie ao«l Maffnetic Beits, K
pluuiMB that are being foisted <»n the puohc as tLey | mm -
seas no power and earn'd be charged by th* |>uUent,
1310 ral316‘ MARKET ST. $.F
KcwarJ for one of mv famous Electric
He never went.—| Wall StreetNews. ANU LINCOLN PLAGER CU CAL
Twite that cannot be re chargwI atel tue electricity felt
C. C. HASTINGS & CO.,
Pacific Business College,
In The 3tate.
<T>*.n n V. Efi'y.
<« !•/ al U<’».«e va»UJ UlXlw. LjmUy
i . I ’’.V
. A •-..’I ’ A '
yon got any saniincr boarl
prs yeti” )nqnir«*<l JJeacon Harrliist K. F «i"V» Fïfte? Har»««. N<». HZ
kiwankee reports a rare instance
frM’rnal affection. A vonng man I
<>( Farmer Furrow. “Wall. I’ve got|
H0B0DT CAM DEMY.
somethin’ that applied for lodgin’ it
fagot his brother under tho in
Conmmerw can depend upon NEW ENG
’nee of drugs and then eloped i
—[Norristown Herald 1 day or so ago.” replied the noil toil
LAND BAKING POWDEK a»t bring ex
lor, ‘ bnt I den't know what kind of | actly
b his wife. Such tender solieitil'Je >
a« repretented. It is < 'ream of Tartar
A T ender Fqoir—Mrs. Parvenu1 an animal he in.” “What doea he’1 tend Pi-i’erbonnto of Hods of tierfect purity,
•wing another’s burdens ia sei
aiH ’dulycombined ; NOTHING ELNE.
»evinced iu this . elfish world.
bad reo-ntly furnished her new bouse, look like?” “Wall, you remember | sri. Tip-
price of the NEW ENGLAND BAK
and it was gorgeonsly done. Every that fellow in the eireua with banged i ING POWDER
justices the use of the very
Peoria girl recently planted a loti thing was in style, end the carpets bail an.l ahsrp toed ahoee and ewell | best
inn to dais. < unaumer« pay a fair price for
•»thers with the hop»» that they were woven in one piece to fit each clothe« who tnmblra over the rope« > the bast *nd get it.
‘U bring fqyth an early crop of room. Mrs. Parvenu Las a daughter, j and make« a wholesale jackass of i It is self evident that Baking Powders rep
to be rompoaed of the aanie raaterisJa
chickens. She is closely re and of her she was txlklDc to a vis himself?” “Oh, yes.” “Tbat% the ’ resented
as the NEW ENGLAND, and which are
1 to the young lady who wouldn’t itor. “Ab, Mrs. Parvenu,’ said the kind of a critter I've canght. All he sold
to dealers at leas than the pure materials
real because «he thought she lady, **yvur daughter doesn't go out | eats for breakfast is one «trawbery tbe?n»«lvra are worth, cannot be pure.
law demand f >r NEW ENGLAND
* would look a cow in the face. much?” “No, not a great 'leal. It and a piece of lemon peel.” “Alt!” 1 BA Ths
r< nsequent falling
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tires the p«x»r dear so much.’’ “In suddenly exclaimed the deacon. “11 off in b I ths sal-s of ail > ill R, ter an<i
a tod and inferior pow
•meliody who has a grudge deed ! Isn't she well T’ Ob. yee, well see, you’re stuck on a dude.”
A«ra, has dsveloptd a spitefulness on tbs (»art j
of - : - ’nain fsrt’irers and dealers. Firv .ia«
»st Jersey moaquitoe«. now re- enough; bnt, you see, at so many of
,nst UN» qtairty <4 the NEW ENGLAND
’ that they are traveling nlxout the houses where she must call she
An exchange «aya I: “A ifiMiaaippi canr t be sc* east oily attacked, new brands
’■^g hand organs.
has to walk over the seams in the dog bit off a bov’a noi
and close imitation«, represented to be as good,
put on the market With these they ee
carpets, and it hurts the poor dear's it” T-
the thoughtfulnees are
¿ said that Edwin Booth ba» feet and makes her so tiivd.”
dsaror to tempt dealers with low prices, and
impose on <x.’ s'snora
*)r*in enough to create a new
_ it off, it must Hee that the num« IEWTOM BROS A
Cutting a telegraph wire is not noee wi
Wter. The pride of the Anwri-
have proved fatal to the boy.
breaking the news gently.
,l*<* it Lawrence Barratt
ed by the
those np.ly mormaid«
j uff nud blow.
instantly by » hepatieut C k 'I or »-<-n>l f r III ist rated
( atal vw, free.
I»H M J HOKVK,
Inventor, Proprh t w and Manufacturer, 702 Market St
John A. Roebling’s »Sous t’v
JfANfJFACTl ItZlff OF
Iron and Steel Wire Rope
And VZIBK »t Every Seswiption.
Agent« for N*w Jenrv Wire Cloth O upauy, aud fw
tor Huck Tber» Bari.« F*»- e
14DRLMW 8TREKT.SAN FK4NCIICO
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY,
7ft I Market «tree*.
(To aa>| learn h«w to avoid DlMuaa «off
hov wond.trfu’ly yoe ate anti»
I’riv ato < »flic* ~tfll Geary »tuoot.
<'oneultation on Ixwt Maith«>o4
and all DiaMMB of Men