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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 May 1902

is? 'S- It u«L f^VjritlJSTON GRAPHIC 4w/ ,•*—L«-2i 1A ,vj*he aitAFHic entered at the Post office a* WiUtotoA H. !., Mtocond C1*M mail matter. :t Lm _____ PUBLISHED KVBRY THURSDAY AT "^WILLISTON. N. t). B..K COPKIAKD, WILLARDB.OVEBBON XDITOM. Willftton, N. D., May 1§, 1902. County Directory. SKefiff ...James Heffernan. County Auditor fE. M. Atterberry. County Treasarsr William Snyder. Clerk of District Court Louis Schierbeck. County Judge —B. L. Hardaway. Register ofDeeds ....H. E.Field. Corener... O. M.Thomas. 8aft«Ql8ehools..'......'...^ F. J. Waldron. County Surveyor, .. J. C. Field. State's Attorney Willard B. Overson. BOABD or COUNTY COMMIBSIOKKBS. let District. ...W. D. Parshall. 2d District ... .Geo. F, Rowell, Jr. Sd District .E. O. Westcott, Chairman. Directory of Town of Williston. C. Baldwin, President. J. H. Belyea/Trustee. B. A. Sharp. Trustee. A. L. Butler, Clerk. Wi H. Denny, Treasurer. S.y Maclcersie, Assessor. E. Leonhardy, Justice of the Peace. John Fagan, Marshal. ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 May 1902

fs i\ W ILLISTO N ^0 OPERAHOUSE LOCAL ROUND-UP. Lion Hats at megger's. Dr. Belyea made a professional trip to Bay to-day. Leo Hollar has entered Wm. Synder's Darber shop as au apprentice. The Monitor Wind Mills are the beet. MOOKE & Do\r. Another nice ram last Friday was thankfully received by the settlers of this section. Miss Ida Hoffman of Glasgow, Mont., 'ft visiting with the Misses Freeman in this city this week. FOR SALE OB BENT.—Good houses for sale or rent on easy terms. Inquire at the First National Bank. Mrs. Barbara* Albrecbt, and sister Miss Anna Duffack. of Buford left Tues day evening for a visit in Wisconsin. Frank Kaste, the genial and popular shoe merchant of Havre, is shaking hands with his many friends in this city to-day. Dr. Wheefcr of Grand Forks was here Saturday and performed an operation •upon Mr Kleinsorge, w.ho was suffering appendicitua. Col. Lounsberry. special agent of the land department of the government, had considerable business to attend to .wh...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 May 1902

1 THE LOST SMILE. mmm*mm" Ldst, a" mei^Vfeood-morrilng smlte,^^r With a cunning gimple on eithersiae ,j Of coaxing lips that are parted wide, Bhowlng small rows oif teeth, like pearls It basn'l been missed but a little while, And matches.a pair of hazel eyes, Clouded nowllke the summer skies,. And a mop of taii&le-yi flaxen curls. It was lost In the nursery this morning, .when Dorothy, fresh and rosy from sleep, Looked out and saw the troublesome rain Beating its greeting against the pane, Bathing the blossoms and bending the grain And would you believe it—there and then, She,, like the skies, began to weep! If you find it, don't put it on a shelf, Where Sunday bonnets and manners are stored, But bring it at once to Nursery Row, For mother and brother both miss it so And you shall receive a rich reward, For it will repay you its own sweet self! —Mary L. C. Robinson, in Youth's Com panion. Confirmation of a Baehelotf By UULimAM HjMfllS. I AM not by nature a cruel or violent man, ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 May 1902

"•'•r •m-v JAW •#&&«, IMPURE BARING POWDER SEIZED. *(& ^Vv' 111* Sew York Board of Health Find ... It Contains Ainm and Roclc, Declare It Daniceroaa to Health and Daaip It In to the River. The New York papers report that the Health Department of that city haa seized as dangerous to health nearly two tons of cheap mixtures sold for baking powder, and dumped them into the offal scow to be destroyed. More of the powder was found in a Sixth ave. department store. The report of the analysis of the Health Department stated that it was "an alum baking powder" containing alum and pulverized rock. The different Health Authorities seem to have different ways of repress ing the sale of bad baking powders. In England they have prosecuted the grocers under the general law and broken up the traffic. In Missouri the sale of alum baking powder is actually prohibited by law. In New York they seize the unwholesome stuff and cast it into the river, without any discus sion. The latter way i...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 May 1902

«sv S&uft SP% I W tv IrW •1' '•'.••.• rf' s: 1 ii«i-~ |f')fx "4 r- 'H, K(~ -T :mi'i U* A. «x JU "»./i/V ises A?*\ 2ft «/, ^r sL^S^o HO •V-»sj iir *-li ot a:. .w** %& §^_r*¥ uli "C* JMr €fe'^ Mi V*SC' fc, Wagons, Plows, Harrows, Stoves* Tinware, Hardware, Clothing, 5 W «. a#**-' 7 'i J**' n£* a A3? ffS6 Tt*. A $ K, I. & FILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, PLATS,- uJSr-y*-' i^BELL, 1 .:- ..AW want: Furnishings, Groceries* Canned Goods, Ham, Bacon, CAUIlfWl, U. Si CouniiioMr. 7 Farm Machinery, Barbed Wire. Paints, Harnesses, Saddles. Goods, STROUD BROS. Williston, North Dakota. SS Notions. Flonr, Feed, etc. C. 1. BOOTHBOTD. M. B, CALDEBWOOD. Williston Land Co. SETTLERS LOCATED, MONEY LOANED, LANDS FOR SALE, ABSTRACTS. HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see ns. *._... Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street SM'"" .. .DEER HEADS... OB OTHEB TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S O. A. RUPLE, leading TAXIDERMIST. XV lOV WIBHTBBM MOUNTED J& up toY ALL W...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

T-' Ss'" *ta S 3 'K- E fe" ^3* vS ?Mt #^SB?Sf-f »v .^v..,1,'/ '-T5 a 'i sSc v.j VOL. 7. NO. 47. «W:,3$ 5£.??Si5': ?^f? ^$jGAIASIROPHE .j -^nna ~tmax rv*£ two •*c i* •5 "~r^: -x •nron am SOTS MSET INITAST rDBATI. *WIT or' I*??''' A cts txnotm 1*1^1 vBAim road A 1 irm* HOT FRO! TRAHCB. rum SHOT FROM THE KB- ttSCUERS MEET OBSTMJCTION WORK ALL DAT TO FORCE AN E* .TRAKCB THROUGH A FALL J-^ OP ItATO. 'Coat Creek, Tenn.,' May 21. The worst disaster in the history of Ten nessee mining occurred at 7:30 o'clock ''yesterday morning when between 175 *nd 125 men and boys met instant death at the Fraterville coal mine, lo rcated two miles west of this town, as a ^result of a gas explosion. Oat of the large number of men and •""boys who went to work yesterday -morning developments at 10 o'clock last night shows that only one is alive aiid he '.-is so badly injured that he cannot live. This man is W. A. .Morgan, an aged Englishman who was a roadman in the mine, and was blown out of the eiitrance'by...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

BY CO^KI-A-ND & OVEBSOK. 5 N. DAK WILLISTON. THE TIME OF SINGING BIRDS. There's a murmur and stir in the under* world, A, hurry of life to greet the sun— The little green leaves are wide uncurled, And primroses open one by one The boisterous winds blow kind and soft As they feel the kiss of the rainbow showers, And the merry brown larks sing high aloft, And woods are alight with flowers. You seemed so weary, O Earth, and old, A feebler traveler scant of breath, With the blood in your veins grown dull and cold Tou dwelt in the Shadow-land of Death! •nd then, on a sudden, we scarce knew when, Tou rose with the break of the first Spring day And laughed In the face of forgetful men And passed on your royal way! Tou whispered a word to the wand'ring breeze. And the almond-blossoms their petals shed, And. soon will laburnum and lilac trees Give place to the hawthorn white and red: There's a mating of birds and bleating of flocks, The plowman goes whistling up the dawn— And the river i...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

The in Sentiments By MAT BEUEVILLS BROWM. EDUCATION has done a great deal for you," said Leslie, regarding bim critically, "but one thing was left out of your college curriculum, and that is sentiment." Leslie Mason could say impertinent things without being taken in earnest, and Steele Addison might have known better than to accept the challenge, but he was intensely practical, and still young enough to take himself Tery seriously. "Yes, that's the way with you wom en," he retorted, in an aggrieved tone. 4'If a man isn't mawkishly sentimental, and doesn't strike attitudes and de claim fervently of his devotion, you look on him as a sort of graven image. You count a calm, logical, well-trained mind as nothing. Any brainless fop can be softly sentimental, but it takes A man to be logical." Leslie sprang from her chair by the iffcrary fire and crossed the room to the dictionary stand. "Listen!" commanded she, striking an attitude and reading from the pon derous volume. 'Sentiment—from...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

fSSfWipi?? h-1 r.-'r ,.li ~l: 1 T- t- w-H. wlftW" .'- MW s*wresqpi •'%U U.K: "':3 ./ vM, 5? Sjlif -M? '.''4 ®r .=* iSf •&( ,. "WltLI8T0N GRAPHIC Tbe GBAPHIC entered at the Poet Office a* /f wnitoton. H. D..Msecond elaaa mail matter. PUBLISHED KVXSY THTO8DAY AT WILLISTON. N. IX B. H. OOPSLAKBi WILLABD B. 0VBB80K What Does it Mean? Winnipeg Telegram: There were two' gentlemen at tbe Clarendon hotel yester day who represented two of the largest colonisation companies in Canada* and who for some time will devote most of their energies to encouraging American farmers to come to Canada and settle be re. These two gentlemen were C. H. Davidson of Carrington, N D., and Col. A. D. Davidson of Little Falls, Minn. Both are eminent financiers and bank ers and for many years both have been largely interested in colonization aehemes. FOR SALE—Several registered short horn bulls, 3 to &Vears old, for sale on easy terms. Ibquire of H. A.- Nelson Hofflund, N. D. A meeting of the Bismarck, Wa...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

I? Sv-« -v ',.. .'V' ~i\ rJ'K.i W I I S O QPEraMDN USE E O ii LOCAL ROUND-UP. Get your Derby" at BraeKger's. Uncle Flowers, the noted horseman, returned to Bottineau Tuesday. Send your buggy to WOODLEY'S and have it painted. John J. Stampen of Grand Forks, spe cial agent for tbe New York Life, was in the city to day. A missionary tea given at tbe Congre gational parsonage Tuesday evening was well attended' and a success in every way. Dr. W. £. Froggatt of Wisconsin is looking over Williston with a view of locating to practice bis profession in this place. and iron harrows, two or three wfctfbns. Prices right. may 15 MOORE & Dow. Walter Crosby and James Smith of tbe roundhouse force of the Great northern have taken up homesteads that are claimed to be the best ever: Improvements seem to be the order of tbe day this spring, and the Bruegger Mercantile Co. are among those in tbe front ranks. Just look at their new dray. SEED POTATOES FOR SALE. Or der at once from A. Mockel. Receive...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

'••sX'W-' &'•'- i*' t' f+' gUjwiNGS OP HOPE. Wlnsrs of hope, O! snowy pinions, Like the whiteness of a dove Beckoning angels bid thee welcome To their peaceful realms above. Low declining though the sun be, Late the stars of eventime, Still there's shining Hope's effulgent ray sublime. •Twlxt the daylight and the darkness, When the twilight's interlude Calms the oft dlscoraant music Worldly thoughts would fain intrude then, supernal, rich with promise. To the heart that wept till then, Bright, eternal, Hope's sweet message comes again. Wings of hope, O bear me onward, Ever upward and away Till we reach the ga*e that opens To the glorious land of cay. There, abiding In His presence, Where His love is all supreme. Safely hiding, Joy shall be no fleeting dream. Gently fall the evening shadows With the-waning afternoon Flowers close their petals, slumb'rlng1, Night is coming swift and soon. ILite is fleeting, eyes are closing, Fading fast this earthly shore Still entreating, Hope in...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

1 I* \'i /'-ij J::?.5^:ii"*^?- CONDEMNED IN MISSOURI ABU CONFISCATED IN NEW YORE. Judge Clarke of St. Louis hat con •icted and fined heavily a number ol grocers for selling baking powdera containing alum. The week before the Health Depart ment of New York seized a quantity of stuff being, sold for baking powder which they found was made from alum mixed with ground rock, and dumped it into the river. The Health Authorities are thus tak ing effective means to prevent the in troduction into our markets of in jurious substitutes in place of whole some baking powders. As alum costs only two cents a pound, there is a great temptation for those manufacturers who make sub stitutes and imitation goods to use it. Alum baking powders can be detected by the health authorities by chemical analysis, but the ordinary housekeep er, whose assistance in protecting the health of the people is important, can not make a chemical examination. She taay easily know the alum powders, aowever, from the fact ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 May 1902

r\wmmmm •f A' Stoves, Tinware, Hardware, Clothing, FILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, PLATS, o. A. RUPLE, MOUNTED 4 Call, on if you want: Wagons, Plows, Harrows, Farm Machinery, Barbed Wire. Paints, Harnesses, Saddles. Furnishings, Dry Goods, Groceries, Canned Goods, Ham, Bacon, STROUD BROS Williston, North Dakota. & M. CALB1RW00D, C. I B00THR0YD. .1). 8. Commissioner. Williston Land Go. Notions. Flonr, Feed, etc. H. B. CALDERWOOD. SETTLERS LOCATED, MONEY LOANED, LANDS FOR SALE, ABSTRACTS. HOUSES TO RENT. If yon have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see ns. Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street. i»iiiiiiiiiiii«nimiim»mnii»»,H»H»»H»»m»n»»»»H»n»n»»»»»»»niH»»u SHIP ^TOTTS ..»DEER HEADS... OR OTH£B TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S LEADING IF \OU WISH THEM TAXIDERMIST. UP TC? DATE METHODS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE. iiiimnniiinii»mmm»»»iinnmHiinnm»H»»n»»»»»»»HM»»»m»»»»»»» CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFEKNAN, Prop. Liver/, Feed and Sale Stable. DRAY WORK PROMPTLY AT...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

1 -V 1 .th VOL. 7. NO. 48. OLD BONDS REKNIT FRENCHMEN AND YANKEE SROUlo DER TO SHOULDER AS IS DAYS OF YORK. TWO FLAGS ARE INTERTWINED INSPIRING SCENES HARK UNVEIL ING OF THE ROCHAUBEAV STATUE. 10RD fAUNCEFOTE IS DEAD THE DISTINGUISHED AMBASSADOR PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY IN WASHINGTON. "Washington, May 27.—Amid the en thusiastic demonstrations of a great •concourse of people the superb bronze statue of Gen. Count de 'Rochambeau, who brought the foi ces of France across the sea at the time of the great est peril in the American revolution was unveiled yesterday. Seldom has sin event presented so many brilliant features of military pageantry and at the same, time given occasion for the manifestation of the strong bonds of friendship existing between the French republic and the United States. For the first time in its history the national capital witnessed the sight of rank on rank of French seamen1 swinging through Pennsylvania avenue and jingling their cheers with those of tha American bl...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

to '.frk*-' if & •M rfr-7 ,~te &• hi Br COPKLAKD & OVERSOS. WILLISTON. N. DAK. HEROES. Father Smith said: "I saw a fine-looking young man of evident refinement pinned down by the wreckage in the last car. He was badly injured, for one of his sides waa torn open. They were working hard to get ai him, and when he saw two fire men almost within his reach, he said: 'Never mind me until all the women have been taken out.' Peter Murphy, of New Kochelle, was pinioned under the roof of one of the cars. For nearly half an hour he remained In frightful agony. "Lift the timbers off my legs," he called to Battalion Chief Farrell, "and maybe I can swing myself free." "But if I do that," replied Farrell, who was directing the wbrk of the firemen and the police, "I fear it will fall on the others Inside, and let the roof down and kill many." "I didn't think of that," said Murphy. "Let it stay then for awhile. I guess I can stand it." After awhile he was pulled out and taken to the Pres...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

vein $1 LUSTER OF DIAMONDS. Hewlr-InTcnted Twentieth Century Cutting Adds to the Brilliancy of the Gem* That even diamonds may be subject to changes and styles is evident from an entirely new form of cutting which has just been patented in the United States and Europe by one of the lar gest cutters and importers of dia monds in this country This new form is known as the twentieth century cutting, and differs materially from, and is an improvement on, both the round and cushion-shaped brilliant, in .which form diamonds have been cut for many centuies. The present round brilliant was a decided improvement on the cushion shape which preceded it, but for the improvement the cutter had to pay considerably in the extra or waste loss from the rough stone. The new twentieth century is great an improvement over the bril liant as the brilliant was over the cushion shape, but there is a com pensating increase both in the cost of the cutting and in the grade of the diamond from which it is to b...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

1 lr •'"I* IM Ji? f\ Hf? W? J! 1 County DlraMory.5 ,'. James Heffernan. Auditor ....E. M. Atterberry. Treasurer William Snyder. of District Court.. Louis Schierbeck. Ccmnty Judge B. L. Hardaway. Register ofDeeds................... H. E. Field. Coroner............ u. M. Thomas. Supt. of Schools F. J. Waldron. County Surveyor.... .. J^C.IPield. State's Attorney...'. Willard B. Overson. BOABD OF COUNTY COMMI88IONEBS. 1st District...... W. D. JParshall. 2d District...... .Geo. F. Rowell, Jr. 3d District E. O. Westcott, Chairman, Directory of Town of Willlstor& .C. Baldwin, President. S. H. Belyea-Trustee. E. A. Sharp, Trustee. A. L. Butler, Clerk. W. H. Denny, Treasurer. S. J. Mackersie, Assessor. E. Leonhardy, Justice of the Peace.. John Fagan, Marshal. School Board, Special School Dis trict of_W|lllston. Emil Leonhardy. President. Chas. Baldwin.. M. G. Markell. John Heffernan. J. W. Snider. R. H. Copeland, Clerk, W. H. Denny, Treas. I CHURCH DIRECTORY. BrHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH BE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

W I I S O N DPERAHDUSE LOCAL ROUND-UP. Lion Hats at Bruegger's. Leo Hollar has accepted a position in the Annex restaurant. Kinetoscope and phonograph enter tainment to-morrow (Friday) night. Send your buggy to WOODLEY'S and have it painted. Misses Olga and Edna Bruegger from Culbertson visited relatives in this city between trains Tuesday. It is expected that the telephone line wjrich is being put in between this place and Stroud will be in operation in about ten days. LOST—On Sunday last, a lady's gold watch. The finder will be suitably re warded by leaving the same at the Gra phic office. Mr. and Mrs. S. Brownell entertained a few of their friends yesterday morning at a dawn tea, at their ranch just north of town. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Denny and the Misses Bailley, Satterlund and Murphy of this place. Haworth Shoe Drills, walking and sulky plows for breaking and stubble. "V Prices are right. MOORE & Dow. Some fiendish miscreant entered our sanctum sanctorum yesterd...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

-v.P'"' i' •'-v. '":v. By S. RHETT ROMAN. YOUperdrix SEE, one grows tired of life iii" the same grooves. Ton jours gets to be monoton ous," explained Ned Hplcomb, while idJy throwing small pieces of rock into the channel, where it ran around Bock point, and watching the play of sunshine and shadow over the water, as light clouds floated across the sky, driven slowly along by a south breeze, this calm April afternoon. "Your queer, charming habitation, right out in the middle of the ocean, is so inaccessible and remote, it seems .like a different world, from ordinary humdrum city life. What an ideal retreat, and how you must enjoy getting beyond people's reach, and away from sin and wickedness, and all iincharitableness," continued Holcomb, leaning back against the abutment of the lighthouse, and tilt ing his hat over his eyes to shade them from the slanting rays of the sun, gilding the vast expanse of the ocean, shining white on the rails of tlie fishing fleet, skimming home ward, an...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

J. 1 r^ f, 1 4 BOW CHEAP BAKING POWDER IS MADE. "The Health Department of New York has seized a quantity of so-called cheap baking powder, which it found in that city. Attention was attracted to it by the low price at which it'was being sold in the department stores. Samples were taken and the chemist of the Health Department reported the stuff to be "an alum powder," which analysis showed to be composed chiefly of alum and pulverized rock. The powder was declared to be dan gerous to health, and several thou sand pounds were carted to the offal dock and destroyed. It is unsafe to experiment with these so-called "cheap" articles of food. They are sure to be made from alum, Tock, or other injurious matter. In baking powders, the high class, creaxn of tartar brands are the most eco nomical, because they go farther in use and are healthful beyond question. HERE, THERE AND ELSEWHERE The world-famous Diesel engine is to be built at South Worcester, Mass. The exportation of beer from Tranc...

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