The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1895 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 10, 1895
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,«-' * " J**f ^*^*y'^' i *s l '* , f*3*~ ' * -OtA •% •"•' 1% "'^'^ - BOWL1M 6AMfes OP ddf MAttfh SeS 4if the Poitt ttnrtdred Make Startiinsc Ate»xffe» lit ttife to*** tire Sptit 4 la Social Circles. Cbfregfmndefice.) In Nettr iToi-k city clubs 19 bowling, and . the f idelio, Washington Union, Progress, Hai-ittohie, West find and kindred clubs make a specialty of ^oinen's bottling. One of the factors which tend |tb make the Fidello cjub a success is its Ibowling circles, the mainstay of which |are the women. Only the Monday night ! circle of this club precludes the attend< afice of women. Only married men are members of this circle. When ladies' bowling nights are held the club house is sure to be filled. the circle that can boast of the best attendance at this club 5s the Thursday night circle. Besides taking part in the regular competitions of this circle the women meet at the club house every Monday night for ,,prac,tice. One of the best bowlers o| this! ^Circle is Miss nose Goldsmith of the "400," who has developed remarkable dexterity and accuracy and who, When a prize Is offered, is always handicapped, as she is popularly supposed to be superior to her competitors. 'Her lice.- oft ftflefifitron fof pflfr f M f rbfr&S dafc also has ftS fotSwlitfg fcifcfet, the fff-iftelfral 6l Which fft «hS Tuesday ttffent. Of tfc* ttteThfters of this clfcle Miss Berliner IS atnonf the gra&e- ful bottlers; M«s L. IJanhehbaum ahd hef Sister fliafc* high records; Miss ftrey* fus attd the* Misses Ida nhd feel la Gottlieb also make high scores. Miss ftahn is ofte of the best bowlers; Miss .Fatch, although a new aequislttoff, has alt-cads' Jhade ft reputation. • Miss S. Stein and MfsS ftehnan are both popular its the circle ahd creditable shots; and the Samuel sisters, Miss ttattle Schoolsteef, Miss Sulzberge? and Miss Cora Voll* man are also graceful bowlers. The rtiarried wohie'h have joined the Wednesday hight circle t which is how composed of married couples, and •which before the end of the winter will be compelled to increase its member* ship. The then all wear attractive uniforms—a long, dark, .swallow-tail coat, With larg brass buttons. Mrs. Henry S. Herman, whose husband is treasurer of the circle's fund,' is acknowl* edged to be the chathfolott bowler Of this coterie. She uses the largest balls in the alley and handles then! as gracefully as the most expert old timer. Other members of the circle are Mrs. Bernstein, Mrs. H. Vogel, Mrs. A. Sleekier, Mrs. t). Wile, Mrs. J. ICrakaUer, Mrs. Frahke], Mrs. Heller, Mrs. J. Koch, Mrs. S. Simon and Mrs. Glesen. Mrs. B. J. Ludwlg is president of the circle, •Mrs, H. Beckman secretary, and Mrs. Joseph Fox, M. tiachenbruck and Mr. Henry W. Cain members of the enter- tainnieQt committee, all prominent New YorRers. Most of the ladles of the West End club are good bowlers. The club house is a great attraction to them on account of the opportunities It. offers for social enjoyment. Concerts and entertainments are frequent, and as the ladles are always welcome guests, they naturally take advantage of the well- equipped bowling alleys to gain muscular development and healthy enjoyment. • At the Freundschaft club the different bowling circles are arranged with great precision, and none of them ever interferes with the other. The attendance at each 9f the circles in this club is regular and the consequence is that the women are all good bowlers.. The Columbia circle meets on Monda$f nights, on Tuesday the Rustlers and Family circles, Wednesday the Vigl- lants, Thursday the "W. S. S.," Social and Empire circles, Friday the Freundschaft and Our Own, while Saturday is a free-for-all night. The West End club has bowling every Wednesday evening, and prize bowling for ladles on the third Wednesday of each month. The bowling classes always have supper and Throat Paralysis {JtbW tfte ceufler-fiefftld, S&gtturtfr, Mtftt.j a dance after the games. At the last prize bowling tournament the first priae was won by Miss Florence WJ Content, if *as publicly talked ill ever C"lafS Co-dfsly for sofhe time before the Cotr- Hef-tiefald sent a reporter to Dover to gate the Coulter matter. He went, and we publish to-day his The coulters are prominent tieople, though Mrs. C. in response t6 the question whether she objected to being interviewed, said, "Certainly not." Her story follows: "About 14 years ago we decided to take up our abode ih t»over and everything Went along smoothly for seven yeafrs. business progressed and being ot a saving tefri- perameht we accumulated quite an amount. Our family increased as the years rolled by and we now have B children, but sickness made its way into our households and doctors' bills flooded Upon us, until we have nothing left but our home and our children. Everything went to satisfy the claims of physicians. "About three years ago 1 had a miser* able feeling at the back of my ears, my right hand became paralyzed and the paralysis extended to my arm and throat, and Would affect hiy head and eyes. Sometimes for days t Would lose my sight, my face was deformed, lifeless as it were, my nose was drawn to one side and 1 pearance and" _____ my natural facial express! ployed the best physicians that could be procured, expending thousand!? of dollars for theit 1 services, but could riot ol>« tain relief. At last, they stated my case Was beyohd the reach of niedlcal skill and it would be but a short time until the end would come. In connection with receiving the attendance of physicians I have tried every medicine known to the apothecary but never received any relief until Dr. Williams' Pink Pills came to my assistance. Before I had taken half of the .first box the deformity in my face had left me-, and before four boxes had been consumed the paralysis had disappeared entirely and much to my surprise I felt like a new woman. I have not taken any madlcine since last spring just about a year 'ago and my trouble has not appeared since. 1 owe my health, my life to Dr. Williams' Pink PtliS. "A short time since my little boy, John was afflicted with St. Vltus' dance. He could not walk across the room without assistance, in fact he would fall all over himself, but after taking 8 few boxes, ol Pink Pills. St, Vitus' d?.nce entirely left him, and no trace of it is left. These Pills are worth their weight In gold. YoU may say in this connection that I am willing at any time to make affidavit to the truth of these statements, and furthermore I will answer any communication concerning my case. Pink Pills" contain' *all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are for sale by all druggists, or may be had by mall from Dr, Williams' Med. Co., Schenectady, N "?., for 50 cents per box, or six boxes for $2.50, _ . ._..._'•• GOLDSMITH, ^ , ,, favorite play is the ten pin game and . - , her average is about 175. Miss Gold- Miss rUs.torl Levenspn won the second ^~ a ! rize and Miss tfdsle F, Isaacs came ih 'smith is, comparatively speaking, a new comer. Until a few years ago she lived in Philadelphia. AnpFh^r young woman who has made a,record as a bowler is Miss Julia Steinberg, also of the "400," whose favorite is the nine pin arame. Inhabitants of New Jersey sometimes class'this among the games of chance, but it is now played in such a scientific manner as to lift it out of this category. Prizes are offered to the successful competitors In this game, and Miss Steinberg has often obtained "the first prize, sometimes against strong odds. 1 TlTe Wednesday night bowling circle 'of the Fidelio club can also boast of some graceful • women •;. bowlers. Miss .Stella Veit'a average score is 175. Miss r S. De Liew, a vivacious brunette, of the same circle, seldom scores less than 165,' land when a prize is offered she makes, a still higher score. Miss Gans, al- .though in her first season, easily scores 150, about the average Miss Kallskl makes. Miss Metzger has also won a few prizes. She is a steady bowler, and generally scores at least 147. Miss Spellman, a fascinating young woman, aver-, ages 145, even when the pins seem most perverse, and Miss Frelingstein, who handles the balls like a professor, al•ways goes near 160 In her score. Miss England, who belongs to the sam& circle, Is also famous ; as ' a bowler, and moves up toward 162. Other clever bowlers of this circle are Miss Gulon- felds, Miss Hellman; formerly of Cheyenne; tfte Misses Strauss, Miss G. Love- good, Miss Wise, who is soon to be a bride; Miss Rogensbogh, who can run up to 175 when s'he feels in the humor, 4M»cl Miss Schwab, a yotmg woman who lias shown 4exterlty in handling the balls, , The Tuesday night bowling: 'Circle of the Fidejio offers prizes for the best "bowlers, in various competitions, such as umbrellas,, bon-bon boxes, etc. ^iUnong the best bowlers of this circle are Miss Pauline Frank, and tier .sister Agnes, Miss CJarinda Brownbld, Miss '' Daisy Bach, Misses Carrie and Flora Metzler, Miss Berliner, Miss Cora VoU- man, who has adopted the "Reubens method;" Miss Kle}n, Miss Eisler and Miss Stern, This circle always takes after }ts exertions. A peculiar or the next place, • fFhe -Harmonic' club, while making a feature of Its theatrical parties, does not forget its bowling. Wednesday evenings the ladies turn out. There is only One circle In this club, but It has a particularly 'large membership. Among those who attend it are the Misses Helen Offenbach, Edith Hellman, Imra Nathan. Florence Cohen, »** ifrtfet ftft Afflcfftttti Blossom 16 & big gray eat. She beefl m «ie family tor seteft yjafs hef fnfstreSs thinks she was fnlljf 10 years old when sfle came uninvited &dd took possession. Her chatms Make her afid visitors, as a rule, pel hef td Her heart's satisfaction. Still, She ahbws her loyalty to her ffiSsiress by many feline felicities, says the Sostoh transcript. One day a young infttt fcaine for a short visit He was aa Itivetef ate tease. As there was no one else for a victim, he took Blosssom in hand in spite of pleadings and protestations. Her ears were greeted with the stfaftge terms, "old rasc&l," "scapegrace/ 1 "tramp," and kindred names, till the astounded cat did not kfaoW what had come to her. Her pretty ways dlsap* peafed, she fled from his apprdach, and hid whenever she could Until he was out of the House. One morning she was missing for some hours, and was not to be found in any of her hiding places. A loud cry from the chambermaid revealed het whereabouts^ Blossom hkd revenged herself oh the visitor's nightshirt, which lay in tatters on the floor.. Pussy was scolded and every one was cautioned to keep the door shut. In vain! The cat would find her way in and hide till the chambermaid was through for the day, and .then the claws went to work, first on the visitor's clothes, 1 if any could be found, and then on the pillow cases. The young man tried to soothe her feel- .ings, but she would have none of him, and he was glad to cut short his visit. Blossom quickly recovered her usual demeanor and has never been known to destroy anything from that ,day to this. , , SUNNY BEAMS. MAKING CONTINUOUS RAILS. ELY MISS SOPHIE SPELL-MAN, Beatrice Hellman, Olara Rind'slccipl, Jessie Iwelhelmer, S. Arn«tein, Florence Ranger and Madellme Schaefer. The ladies' bowling circle of this 'Club •competes for prizes with the men ibowl- •ers,' and very often coraes out victorious, The men who bowl against tho women are Charles Heisischelmsr, William Lauer, Otto Stlx, Manrlee Velt, Julius Hellman, K, jBathscHild, Emnwuel Blumste'H, Henry Hahio and Otto Kohn, 'The Columbia has a weekly'bowling circle exclusively for SJadles. fft meets on Thursday nights. There are '.three other classes for ladies which-meet'Once a month, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. 'The tournament taken part In by all tthe clubs has just been finished, and It 'was a successful affair. The leading bowlers of this club are Miss Medea Moses, Miss Florence R, Wiler, Miss Sarah BaJUn, iliss Os terwels, Miss 'Stem, Miss Fannie Strauss and Miss Htoeman, 'The prln clpal bowlers among the married worjv en are Mrs. A. Schenkheim and Mrs. Ijevensojt. These ««re the scores at the prize bowling on ladles' nights at the Columbia: Miss Sarah Bajlln, 160; Miss Emma &tern, 160; Miss Fan- pie Stravtss, 120; MTS, A, 165; Mrs. R, Levenson, 140; Mrs, William Alsber^, 14Q, atifl Miss wels, 148,' I» a elrele tu P* ylf^i «Y{ow e A RO'MW ss^^ou^ TWf Sls&%S«2tf.? there are njar? >YQ.inej} are to ' Table \y|tH » Uplq»e Kocprft, Daniel Goehier, a merchant tajlor ot AndeysQn, Infl., has received word from that WUUam Mopopald, $, c«t who left his employ one weejc .ago, blown out Jiis brains, k&st spring John Koehler, who preceded MpPwa &t the cutter's table, left Goehier's .em ploy and west to Qreem Castle, he blew o\it his brainy a weeH feesp thai} two years ago Qottllet? ??ho held the ta)sle before Jipehler, qu}l the 3pb, going to Jfofcomo shot throWh the heftfl within tep, days. There Is a etranfe fa.ta)lty cong,eote4 with the aoehler t,aple, aoa it will ably he replace^ fey ft new one, TP Pmsn$ c»m»l»n» a* S*»4 pew i«ventloi\ h3 s been aealgned to preyeot ppJUgions at §ea. At ^ recent test the £o,roe A'oiQ elecU'9-niagae..Ua c'o.)js stationed on ^ara a ' Uy I 9 flweuced % clie^loally pre- pqmpass stationed spme It Mrs. Bllfkins—Do the bathers shock you? Mrs. Snifkins—Oh, no. I traveled in Africa,—Town .Topics. Temperance lecturer—Friends, how can we stop the sale of liquor? Inebriate (in the rear of the hall)—Give it away.— Tid Bits. . She—I heard such a good joke to-day. I have been hugging myself abpu.t it' ever since. He—You must be tired. Let me assist you.—Plck-Me-Up. She had studied French—Have you any bon-vlvant this morning—Butcher —Boned what, mum? "Bon-vlvant. Why, that's French for 'good liver!' "— Life. ' , Colonel Clay of Lexington—What's that curious hole in the ground over yonder? "They're digging a well." "Ah, yes. For water, I suppose. What queer things one sees away from home." —New York Recorder. Neighbor—How did j'our daughter's marriage with that count turn out? Mrs. Brlckrow—Her last letter states that, he has spent all her money and she is taking In washing; but then, I presume she washes only for the nobility.—Tid Bits. 'It's surprising," he said as he threw down his newspaper, "that some ipeo- ple should think that free coinage at sixteen to one should stand any «hance." "John," she commented, severely, "I'm ashamed of you. It seems to me that for: the last six months you have done nothing Taut tallt horse* racing:!"—Washington Star, Galvanized Steel AVlro Fencing:. The most extensive .and complete plant for the manufacture of wire fencing Jn the United .Statea Is .the De Kalb Fence Company, located at De Kalb, 111. For years prior to 1890 barbed wire was extensively used for fencing, but those using tt'often lost In fine stock, more than Its cost' and to avoid danger to man or beast there was need of, an€ «'demand .for, a barbless fence. The proprietors of this company having spent anore than 12 years in the manufacture -of wire fencing, recognized this fa-ct, -and ha v ve produced the best lines o*f spmooth wire fencing for all purposes now In use, The success ^of this company 'Js due to the managers adopting the (true 'business principle of making good what they make, putting enough material .In their lines to make them both 'Strong an'fl serviceable, Instead f»t producing a 'cheap flimsy ar» t}c}e only to tneet the -price of a fence that h^s never'given satisfaction, This Is wh at has made their Sence s.o popular and In -suph great demand and to-day they have over 40 special machines, with ft oapac'ty of over 23 miles of fence per day, -and their fencing Is usecl In every state to .the Union- The fence most uee4 Is .their Cable Steel and Hog Fence for field fencing, Cable Poultry Fence, Steel Web Plcjget Fence, and Park and Cemetery Fence, and to com* plete same they also make gates of wood or steel frames to match, and also furnish iro?» posts. All of their styles of fencing iare strong, neat ( (durable and epqnomleai In price. And everyone needing fencing of any kln<| will Consult itiieir own interests by sending t« the Pe Kalb Fence Co., J31 High street, De I£alb, HI, for their 41 page patajogue an<J prices. The la also, atreotefl JQ (heir in <t&i Utilizing a Portable Foundry Cupola brawn by HoMes. Success seems to attend the production of continuous rails for rail7/ay tracks, with the simple use of a portable foundry cupola, mounted on wheels so as. to enable it to be drawn easily by a pair of horses, says the New York Sun. In St. Louis the method is pursued by uniting the rail ends by merely running a casting of iron around the joint by means o*f a special kind .of molds, and the molds are heapedtftop, near the line of the track,-and a fire built around them, so: that by the time they are to be put around the joints they are a dull red; there is also a lining in. each pair of molds which requires renewal after.; each twenty joints, but its composition has[ not yet been made public, nor'the exact mixture of metals used for the cupola. The iron is; poured into the molds from a ladle, as in ordinary practice, and the union between .the iron and steel of the rails is represented as similar to that which takes place in a good weld. After the iron has been poured the molds are allowed to remain about ten minutes before taken off and used at a second joint; every other section of a track Is cast in the morning, and . in the afternoon the remaining joints are made, this being done to prevent-as far as possible the severe strain of contraction and expansion, for when the joint is hot it heats the rails for some distance aiid consequently there is .considerable expansion, •'-.'.' MnitaM attd Stolclfctn. AH Indian chief fashfully swallowod a spoonful of tttistafd, which nlade his eyes watef, Another chief asked why he wept. Being ashamed td flattie the true cause, he replied that he was thinking of his son who was killed in battle, The other chief then took somo mustard, and upon being asked in turn why he wept, answered: "1 weefe to think that you were not killed wlieh youi? son was," • i Knew u Thing or Two. Tho Editor of tlie Dictionary—MaVe you written the definition of "bicycle" yet? The Expert Deflner—Yes, sir, Here it is: "An iroplemeut which secures to Wonitin the privilege of wearing bloomers." The Editor—Correct I I shall raise your salary. : Does He Chew or Smoke? If so it Is only n question of time when bHuht BVOS grow dthi. manly steps lose ttrmness, aim the vigor and vitality.MO ohjoynblo now be destroyed forever, Got iv book, titled "Don t Tobacco Spft or Smoke Your Life Away," and loarn how No-To-Bac.withoUt physical or llnan- clal risk, cures tho tobacco habit, brings back tho vigorous vitality that will make you both hacpv. No-To-Bac Sold and guaranteed to euro by Druggists everywhere. Book free. Address Sterling llomcdy CO..NOW York City or Chicago. Of Undoubted Gentility. Mrs. Newriche .(patronii».ingly)~VVere any of your ancestois men ot note, Mr. Cynic i i |Mr. C,—Yes, madain, 'I should say so. One. of them was the most famous admiral o_f his (jay, and commanded the allied forces of the world. Mrs. N. (with altered tone of deep respect)—Is it possible, Mr. Cynic! and what was his name? "Noah, madam." A Pertinent Inquiry. Van Braain—Has your best girl said anything about vour new clothes yet? Bhingiss—Yos"; ,sbe asked me where I bought my misfit. When Traveling, Whether on pleasure bent, or business, take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs,' as it acts most pleasantly ana effectually on the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and other forms of sickness. For sale In SOc and $1 bottles by all the leading druggists. Manufactured by tne California Fig Syrup Co., only: A Chinese proverb says "a hundred men may make on encampment, but it takes a woman to make a homo/' .-*"•"' Tlie Rocky nrountftlas 'Along the line of' the Northern Padflc Railroad abound in large game. -M.OO3C, deer bear, elk, mountain lions, etc., can yltbe found there. The true sportsman IB willing to go there for thorn. A little look caned'- "Natural Game Preserves," published by the Northern Pacific Railroad, will be sent upon receipt of foui cents In stamps by Chas. S. Fee. Gen'l Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn. • The benefits of early rising are never more startlingly shown than when a man sits down on a, tack/' Farming by IrrlBiitlon. EveryBody kuowei about the frnit growing district In Southern Cnlirprnln. ^Pew people Know •sa».'i^t% 0 i?WM^53 fea^Torr/Sn' tKbfcT pT -" Fell, !>ur BoBtun Building, Dcuyor, Colo. ANIMAL A 6ftrp takett 1« Germany 61* 8* yearS ttgd had ft ring thrftUtji its lows*, jaw'i on Which it waB fefcofde'd that thfr bearer Wa& placed ih a particular wail*, ' in 1618. This appears hardly ewdlfale, but there is little doubt that many, carps have lived fef upwards, of a Mitt* dred years. , tfhtll some eight years ago the old*' est inhabitant of any English dolled*, tion of bifds was a black V&ssa parrot, from Madagascar, which died afte? tf residence of fifty-four years in tho-Rfe"! gent's Park Gardens. j Geese are naturally &• long-lived, fam* ily, and there are several records ot birds of this species attaining to sixty, of seventy years. i In 1888 the Philadelphia Zoo had a cockatoo known to be more than 86 years old. A parrot died six years ago In Partai at the reputed age of 103 years. j in France ravens have been knowtv to live over 100 years. , , Smallpox is unknown in Patagonia, < > ON THE ROAD ( to recovery, the young Woman! who is taking Doctor Plercfc'o Favorite Pre Bcription. In maidenhood, wo-' manhood. • wifehood and moth-, erhood the "Prc-J scription" is tf supporting tonic) and nervine! that's peculiarly adapted to her needs, regulating, and si etigth- cnmg the system' and curing tue, derangements of the sex. Why is it so many women owe their beauty to Dr.' Pierce's Favorite Prescription? Because beauty of form and face radiate from tile common center—health. The best bodily condition results from good food, fresh afr and exercise coupled with tlie jucHcjous use of the "Prescription." It reaches the* origin of the trouble and corrects it. 1 Windmills, Pumps and Suj>- ]>ll«s. UOH Moliuis Windmill & Tank Co,, I>oa Blolnos, lu. A.IUCU r-riUU»JJU.» .nj.Jiuw.uDk w.wt - ««M.W« •*«.—«-. 3 yta lu last war. ISadJudloatiagclatma, otty glued. LITTLE GIANT LAMP HOLDER I No Morp Upset Ijaraps. Fits any lamp with a stiuulard. Bonk free by mulnvltU circulars for 35 Cants. „ lAacents Wanted. S?BflIAW?MF8. CO., Skaneateles, N.Y. The Modish Phrases. It IB not at all proper to say "In Philadelphia," for example, one may say "at Philadelphia." It is "quite the mode" to adopt another essential phrase to speak of what is or is not in vogue. But to say that anything is "in style" or "out of style" is disgraceful— in the eyes of the smart set. One locally ivnd 0110 to trim!. Good salary or commissions to. right parlloi, Wo want hustlers. Address, with stamp, MANUFACrURBK, Box No, 81)4, Uos Molnos, In. Superstition of Actors. There Is a peculiar superstition attached to the London theaters that should any one whistle in the dressing room the actor, or actress nearest the door will lose his or her position at the theater- A Nunda (N. Y.) man cloims to have invented a contrivance to do away with carbons in arc lights. '_ : J. A, JOHNSON, Medinii, N. Y..says:"Hull's Catarrh Cure cured me." Sold by HAIR BALSAM llcaiuca '• and -bejmlifler the hair. ' 'oinotca a luxuriant growth, ever Folia to Bontoro Qray loir to its Youthful Color.' mm ccolp d waiea & hair lulling. gQci..ndal.(X)at DniggliU Jiow long has thie 4i*ferej8ce you »»4 your «W9 existe4? * ' eayjng tji» ABOUT WOMEN. •rwenty-one neighboring farmhouses in North Paris, Me., have sent out twenty-Sour sehoolipa'anis. Naw Mack lace butterfly evening bonnets are studded with tiny rhinestones. with vej;y brilliant effect, Thepe are said ti> be over J.,000 womeji in New York, who, Jn one way or another, anak« their living by their pens. It is 'said that the •ex-Queen Isabella of Spain is the godmother of more children than any other woman It) the world. In Albania the men wear petticoats and tlfe men w;ear (rpusers, The worn' en do all th« work and their husbands do the heavy standing around, Mrs. Alice Shaw, the whistler, who was once all the rage in London an<1 Paris, *s now puckering fter lips for the entertainment Qf the habitues of a Berlin m«si° h.ap, Mrs, Flora Ann Steel, the author of "Tales 'as: the Punjaub," Js the wife Qf a retired Indian civilian, She has spent more than twenty years of her married life in India, an<3, in orfler to pursue her studies in folklore, nwtere^ flye pf the native dlajeots. Mrsa, Kwmons smne has, presented to the First,Presbyterian fljiwcb o.f moji^l '^pring» .a naw pipe prgan an addition io the ctyureh bvjjfling to he? hwebana. it thaf tJiey were jnayrj firft womafl p)abljsf;er Jn, C?h»rloM? Fowlw Wejla, Sfee w«at iato t>iJ|sJness li) 1§4J, spntinueg her calling. She , her The total cordage required for a first-rate mun-of-war weighs'about eighty tons, and exceeds $15,000 In value. I could not get alone without Piso's Cure for Consumption. It always cures,—Mns. E. C. MOULTON, Needham, Jlass,, Oct. 23, '94, The Roman catacomls are 580 miles in extent, find it is estimated that from 0,000,000 to 15,000,000 dead are there interred. FIT 8—All Fits btomioil free by Dr. K line's Orca t Kervu Kestorer. Ko FltButter Mio I rtjuliiy'B wo. Marveloubcures, Trtiitlscp.nil 83trlivlbgttlenuetj I'll caics, Send to Ur, Klinc'.ilSl 4rcl) at.,lVlla., 1'u. L E ELll™y( E CPATEll5PBn) t * I The strongest and jmr«st tw mode, Unlllte otbertoe, It bolpjf a flno powder and packed In » caft iwltu removable lla. tho contenti are always ready for use. Will make the beat perfumed Hard Soap In 20 minutes without boiling. It Is the beat for cleansing waste pipes. dUlnfeotlnK minks, closets, washing, bottlevpaiutB, trees, eto, PENNA,SALTM'FGCO. Gen. Acents., Pbllo., Fa- Wheelmen of Corning and Elmira, N. Y., have raised $1,400 to build a cinder path between those oities. If the Mftliy is Cn*tlnff ' Be eure und UBO that old »nd well-tried >cui«djr, MBS. Wjmsu>w'B80QT)u«Q SYBVl 1 for Olilldren Teething, The shab of Persia, has a- pipe valued at $880,000. This is tue most costly smoker on record- _ "Hanson's jaafflp Pom Salve," Warrunted tp eui* or inoiiey refunded, Ask tt. Pllce 15 cents, Meta Wheel for your people are so stubborn tUat they refuse to be actuated even by their, owu motives. u— Coe'i Couglt Walaam Is th» oldest und best, H will breali UR iv Cold wlcte er tbwn unythipg else, K Is always reliable* Try It, There is no Woo4 in the Bguinst which the devil never U "A. €wp of FBI-US' T«»* at Bight moves the Boweli? in the morning,'' God never sees anything big in the that is made to win applause from men. you tftllf nbout the goodseBg of 0(04, 4o»'t49jSwltha|rgwB fllp-pjwwnptref^wwB^fa'i'Jj'""! 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