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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

HIE YAKIMA HERALD. HAII.KY. TVaMBY .V Mil uMB, Pill.llnheri" Pnbllf' ed every TanndaT! niibucrlptlnn 11.00 per year In advance. AirertlilQß rate* upon application. THURSDAY. JAMAKY, $, I89!t. THE MtARAdIA CANAL. lin Hkkai.ii last week printed an ex riatisrive illustrated article in favor n( the • onHiriirtimi ol the proposed NkanflM canal by the ITnitnl State*. The writer, I Mr. Bheldon, n( Chicago, went to Nica i .'"* as a iii'««:>h|iit syndicate i'orr<- Hpondent, anil hi* view* arc presumably uiiliiaHi-ii, anil li.h conclusions are that the projected artery between the two ij ■aim tliould in' apeedily finished. The canal, he claims, IHmM bo develop our trade with Eastern Asia that a single i >.>ar nf that trade Would exceed in »■!• time the total rout of construction. The effect upon this coist would, in time, be incalculable. "Iti onsning," he says, "will double in value every a re nf ajtn- j cultural land in (?alifornia, Oregon anil ! Washington, ami the population o...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

£ GREAT STOCK | MOVING ¥ SOCIAL— -~_ ' ' v ■ » efa „. 1 •.*-•'*■.. * Beginning with Monday, Jan. 9th, we are going to have the biggest house cleaning'and stock moving social ever held in this city. We invite our friends and customers to join in and help. We will give big pay in the shape of Great Reductions for cash. The object of this stock moving social is to clean out all broken assortments of fall and winter goods of all descriptions such as Underwear, Hosiery, Cloaks, Capes, Dress Goods, Flannels, &v. As the sale will last only for one month it will pay those who are interested to come in early so as to secure such articles as they wish to get at reduced figures, for at these prices they can't last long. DRESS GOODS. CORSETS. Five hundred yards all wool fancy Cheviot Suitings, worth We wish to close out our entire line of R. & G. corsets, and 35c, clearance sale price, 22% c wi" sell them at the following low figures during this sale. Six hundred yards plain Cheviot sui...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i im •. i H Graves, Kllenaburt. lax P. K^itmiT. North Yakltnt QRAVKS * ENGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. l.iK>ni« 7 an<l t, Hwoiitl floor, Yint Nationa Hank building. roHKi & anTUBiR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrnt National Bank. North Yakliua, Maul VY hTtSON** PARKKRj ~g*3g» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fynfflro In Kirtt National Bank Bnlldlng IJOULK A KlUti. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ofliii'H out Yaklma National Hank, North mtiiuH. Wantalimton. I K. BASKS, DENTIST. Office OTUPortßfliWi Yakima avonvie, Hortl Yatthnn. I \R. DAVID ROBBKB, Physician and Surgeon. Ofllca oral Janeck iir<>». imw turn, Ratl (Jenrepor 6th and • hettnnt. oftiiv houn: I a. in. u> 13 in., ami to Sp. m. lyi. 0. (i. FLKTGHEB, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OITW: SchtotfaMt BtllMlnf. Knurs g s in. U> 12 in.; 1:80 p, in to D p. m. 1)R P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon OfltOt ovit Kir»t National Hauk Office hours: 11 to 13 n. mi., 2to S p hi. Night bell at office. FIRST NATIONAL BANE of North Yakima. DIMCTO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

THEY SAY IT IS ALL RIGHT. The Yakima Herai.o'h holiday inane wm an excellent nomb«r.—Spokesman- Review. The Yakima Hkkai i> got out n very neat Christmas edition.—While River Jouroal. The Ya«im\ Hkrai.d's elaborate Christ mas number reached our table in due tirue, and tn any the leant, it is a fine specimen of artistic printing. Em bellished ai it was with fine art work an.l excellent writings, it* publishers are deserving of great praise from the citi zens of their city and connty for the un tiring effort made to attain the end just reached.—Sprague Times. Thk Yakima Herald got out an excel lent Christinas edition with colored cov ers and toned paper. The half-tones of Yakima babies were line, as well as the other illustration*. An interesting feat ure wrh esaays by youthful Yakima writ ers, accompanied by their pictures. The ads. were numerous -and attractively net. Bailey, Tuesley & McCorub are enti led to great piaiae.-ISeattle Trade Register. The Christmas number of Tiik...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

Oar New Railway. The constraction of the Portland, Van couver A. Yakima railroad from Van couver to North Yakima, and alto to Qoldendale, it beinft pathed at rapidly ■a winter weather will permit. George I*. Oerlinntr, who it a ton of Ixjiiis Qtr« linger of Vancouvar, the promottr of the proj vt, aayii that engineers are now in the field locating the line. Next spring, when the weather will permit, conttruc tion will be rapidly pushed. The plan of Louis Gerlinger and hie •aaociatM, ft. Louis capitalists, is to bnild the line across tht Catcade moun tain" just north of Mount Adams to North Yakima, where there will be a connection with the Northera Pacidc. It is alao proposed to build from tome point just eaHt of the mountaina in a tooth trnly direction to Ooldtndale, the county ttstot Klickitat county. Although the road hat tbt name of Portland in its titlt.it will rsally not go into that city except by water connec tion on the Columbia river, for tbt plan' at known at present doea n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

__•__ Clrisiis ii M TfIFMRNyw Will lls Yet! * _ We have a large stock of Piano* and Organs which we have gotten in since Christmas which we sire selling at the rate of one piano and one or more organs dally. The reason we can do this is because our terms anil prices cannot be excelled by any firm in the northwest. We defy competition along these lines. We have a first-class piano which we will sell for $100, #1© down and $«5 a month. We also have a few second hand Orgsms, which can be had jf- =31 p =Tj= =jfj W at from $35 to $45. We have received spec- | Jgjj l^ m*%l \fSR\ ial orders from headquarters to oiler for the ' i'g! t^^^lh W*s\ \ next JJO days sacrificing prices, and aigain we M-- ~ say we «lcfy competition. We are here to stay. We have the only music store inlTaki- ma. We have pleaseil tlie public so fair anil fargsss^_ Sl3^d are prepsired to coiitiuii€ k so to do, anil will T~^^^^^^^^^^^^\^^^ prove if to your entire ssitisfaiction If you will "^ nmM step in and interview ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

RECORD OF A YEAR Important I:vcn!s Crowded the I'a-l Twelve Months. MIVII HISTORY MADE. The Vcar IMS Will Be Remembered as a V.ost NoUUc On. 1. AChronnioglrai Review iliow* It to lluvc Urt-ri U: in irkabic in Many Re* apecta War with Ppaln Tak*« Fore* rti «t Place in the tntereatlns RrcorJ • ConeiM sior> nf iii it Victorious COflfl C 1 !ii tern it mll'il tin 1 It-tcl-tml Disaanalona tmons 1 nropvaifi tinm tries tHatater mil Dratta at Hooia nil,l Mini 1.1. To !'':n Who i- i .'tii-i: n- ■! »it!i history (n the making thorp verj rarrly romps a yoar morr hon»ily lailcti with important cmii'- ::,.ni the year ISOB. It has -•■>■:! I'liTV -Mir ill Bttrupe, iMi'l'l |ii'.l,'i'l'lll Hrnmllnnvla and tin- Oatcb communities, face i" face «ii!i either war Internal dinnnlutioti aonie »tf thorn within inc.i- tiniM.' distance of both. Vet the greatest effectii luive nil liitii in Kuropo; lyis ha< BPpn the I'nitcd Rtati'H fnri'i'd, nol by any Brppil ..I 1 pnwor, but by i:- hitmaniturinn Ideal...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

Thf FIrUU of Mporr. From Urn fielils of uport we go to be<) •n<l fat up full of pains an.l ai-hcs. The next night, by tlie use of St. Jhoolm Oil, w« uiu Koullieil to alaap and gel up curt'il. Whfn fho Frrnrh I'rcnlilrnl Tnivrli. The Krenoh BfwMtat travels fret- on tin- niilwuyg iluriiitf liis official tout in Francf, Imt wlxn ti.<• return jminn'v || emalodad, hit ■reratafy talovlatM Wbal it wonlii liavc coat if |i'i'l for at regular nitre, and this sum is baadad over to lie diltfibatwl MBOAf the |>oor ent paid of tba railway nicn.—Tit-Hit.". Good News It Comes From Many Homes Made Happy, "Dyspepsia Is Cured." tat yean Rood's BarMparilla bai been «iiriMtr dj -p' p-ia. Ii la caring it today and it will nmtiunc to cure il when i-m n a lair opportunity hy th«M Who -nil' r fr.un this «li>ta»-i'. If you have dypitefisia take Himkl'i farKaparilla, IT jr«ii have a friend ■offering from ii. tell thai iri< nd to taka Hood's Sarsapariila America'! Orrateal kfedtelna tat Drtpr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 January 1899

RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders aic the grv.ite.it mcnace,rs to health of the present day. menu. »«iw powmh CO., m ymw. THK LOCAL KOIMMT. The new county officials will be sworn in next Monday at noon. The Commercial club had a gala time Wednesday mgiit at the usual weekly ■oiree. Thomas Lund states to friends that he intends leaving North Yakima to go in business elsewhere. Miss Crosno takes the place of Miss Grace Stephenson, now Mrs. I'rater, in the Central school. Mrs. Lum anil children, the family of the new deputy gberilf, have arrived in the city from Kennewick to reßide. Today is set apart for "Heethoven Pay" by the Indies' Musical club, which meets at Mrs. Col. Proßser'B resilience this afternoon. (irand Chancellor Young, of the order of K. of 1., officiated at the installation of the new oilieiais of the local lodge. No. fi.'i, North Yakiina, on Wednesday night. The funeral of Ms. Maurice Harris, nee ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, jf^ 10° Below Zero * -j'j'fc a"*"*- -a"*W .*"*'*. Gem _3L Wilson's L ■ Air for Coal for Wood ; make you com- E Our Stock is still lor*able and save complete. Spec- ', * you money. jWBBiHy ial prices NOW *;t: Tff^t "*ft""?f?" -^ Another Lot of St. Clair Steel Ranges Just in. |* Take a Look at Them. YAKIMA HARDWARE COMPANY * \A/ s A k A • A < A vA, ii/ vA THIS STOCK TO GO ATONCE! The Cost will cut no Figure. Mr. Hanna, proprietor of the Chicago Store, has just returned to the city and for special reasons proposes to close out immediately his big stock. The store will be closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, in order to take stock and Mark the Price* Down. £#jOgL Capes and Jackets, »^ Stock nice and Fresh. Hnj9 3r^ Wait for this Sale if you want Genuine Bargains. SEEING IS BELIEVING, SO COME IN. THE * CHICAGO * STORE, D. HANNA, Proprietor NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1899. us sun is Letters From Manila of Live Inter est to Our Readers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.EV * limi ■! rabllthrrs. NORTH YAKIMA. WASH. I NEWS OF THE WEEK C'oln|»rrhf.|i«lv<» Krvlpw of ih.- Ini|>urt mit II »i' ii Hi'l f of tin- I'hml tVrrb Ciill«ml Kroin i In- I t l. X i . j.li Columna. Senator H»lh has been tenominated by the Maine Kepahlicinp. Hod. Joseph H. Choatfi Will be our next ambassador to Oieat Hntain. Dr. 11. Sewnnl Webb, president of the Wagner Palace Car Company, h mentioned as MMOaam to Senator Mor nll as senator from Vermont. The flist formal state dinner of tbfi reason took place, at tho White. Home Thursday, when President and Mrs. McKinley entertained the nieiuhers of tin- cabinet. A pensation hn» boon crouted in der ninny by the publication in a Cologne, paper of an alle^ert OODVemtfon bad with the late Prince Hismaick, in vhii-l. ho predicted tho fall of tho Aus trian empire. An American nntned Boynton, who !- trying to travel around tho earth without money, met with a terrible fall into a chasm while entering Frame by nig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

GREAT BRITAIN A! FRANCE Tension Between the Two Nations Increases. DARK CLOUDS OVER AFRICA Thun<l«r«r'« Fl*rjr I.aticaago — froitur 1! I'lam M..1.1. mt Khartoum —Khnden rimii a Cap* Town-lalro Itallroad. London, Jan. 10.—AH events seem to work together in European politics to increase the tension between Great Britain anil France. Tho past week tias thought Madagascar and Egypt for ward as irritants just when the mutual irritability was subsiding. Even tho most conservative observers begin to take a pessimistic, view of the relations between the two powers. This in cludes those who up to the present have considered the belligerency to tie due to supersensitivenesa upon the part of Framv and to the unnecessary giuff ness upon the part of Great Britain in insisting on what ehe considers to be her rights. The past 24 hours brought the pub lication of Madagascar blue book,which wa« followed by a leading editorial in the Times denouncing France in lan guage so liery for that conservat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

Mr YAKUU HERALD. PAH.XV. iraKBT A MrniMß, hMkMi Publlß'c.i cv.ry TlMirnday. ««l««}rl|>tion |l.n> l>< r year iti mlvanre. Ailvertißlng rat«« upon •ppllnatlon. THURSDAY. JANUARY, It, 1899. The Olympian having been Umitht up by Aukiny'H friemlit, it \s in order to Wkoop it np now airainnt the federal hrmade. ll you keep your ear tv the Kr»xs, ax Doolev siivn. Non wil' hear a pretty loud ' in.i.lt- (of ilewey and Wheeler as can litlates of Ihi reform forces next year. Mr. Sfiiali, llryan'o ruiuiinii mate, is out (or retention of the I'mlippinea ami It) to lan llir paramount i»»ue. Mr. Sewall il ■■ wise man in hi« ilay ami ueneralion. The Caacada Miner in attain on Tin: :Ikkai.iiV .\. h,ni L >.. table. It is inde pfOdent and ably e.lited liy A. 8. Ban dall. Ihe Miner is a welcome •> h«n[. ■gain. Mr. Bnglei an, as chairman ol the Committee on appropriations, is in a position lo help Yakima in the matter of the Btate M.i-I and the state fair appro priation. Senator Jones,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

4 GREAT STOCK I MOVING ¥ SOCIAL — Beginning with Monday, Jan* Otll 9 we are going to have the biggest house cleaning and stock moving social ever held in this city. We invite all our friends and customers to join in and help. We will give big pay in the shape of Great Reductions for cash. The object of this stock moving social is to clean out all broken assortments of fall and winter goods of all descriptions such as ITnderwear, Hosiery, Cloaks, Crapes, Dress (noods, Flannels, Ac. As the sale will last only for one month it will pay those who are interested to come in early so as to secure such articles as they wish to get at reduced figures, for at these prices they can't last long. DRESS GOODS. CORSETS. Five hundred yards all wool fancy Cheviot Suitings, worth We wish to close out our entire line of R. & G. corsets, and 35c, clearance sale price, 22tf& Wlll sell them at the following low figures during this sale. Six hundred yards plain Cheviot suitings worth 35c, sale N™ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

rnoFvssioxAi. carps. ■ :i linn »:-. i llcnulmnti IKA I. t.SMUUHT. Nunli Yakillll ( jl< Wi:s ,v BNULKHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rnorai 5 »nd -..- ml Boor, Flrtl Rations Hank bvUdtns juM-.s .\: GUTHRIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ■ rer Pint National Bank, North Yaktraa, Waal \ \ I FHKI> I'ARKRR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gaJr^Oflp* ■:■! first National Hunk RnlMin? LIUULE >v KIUU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ill,, .■« nvot Vaklmi National Untile, Nnrtl Y«k Ima, w anli liißtnn. ■ 11us >.. BoYLK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. iihllh: IN THE IIKIt.M.I) 111 11.MM.. Wiil practice In hII the courts of the »\»tp aOri U. > 1.vi.1 Offices I E. BANKS, DENTIST Office i-\* r i <.*t..;Tii c. Yaklma avenue, Nortl Yak lisa 1 JR. DAVID ROSHKK, Physician and Surgeon Office'ovei Jtueck Hi", lirug Store, Real <].im r ur tith ami I'heatuul Olttcti boon '. a. in to Vi m . hihl .' tv • ii in I \H. V. i,. M.l.l'.iH.i:, I'IIVSICIAN >\ SURGEON OBloe HrhlotfcMt Rnildlnt. IL.iirs: 't • m. In 1- in , I .." p m <•• i p. in 1)R l\ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

The EdWlrtl Mulll .Millions On Herein ->f>r 1 Tiik Hkkai.d tiiibliibed exrlumvely tbe mrount of » wonderful wirulfall a.ndiintinu 10 |Mft.QoOjoW, the Umleil value of 4'i Bi-rex in the i,e H rt of New York eitv, in Which several of Hip dirnet dpgceiiilnnls nl Koliert BdwwdS, who died [loMgPHsint; the Imiiil in (cc, ex pected to receive their rightful share of the estate. The THcnins l.i?i|rfer last Kri day liail iiarticiilam Which are here re produced : "There are several Tacoma families who ran trace their ancentral tree Imck to the day when Hobert Kdwards tMI l»r»{e part of the tree, who expect «oon to receive a portion of h ureat fortune from an action of the venerable Hubert. "Samuel Thornton, an expreHHiuan.aml a family 11 uned Hopkins are said to lie the In a. heir*. Krnetit Littler ,- a bud inlaw of Mr. Tliormon, ami Mr-. Uesnie Bass, a daughter, presnles over the hoa iery department of the PtOflto'f store. 'The story ol theoru'n of the fortune reads like a tairv talf. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

I Jill BANQUET Desciplcs of the Great Democrat Kcqelc the Inner Man. THE TOAST AND THR TOASTRKS Bernbaril Waltber and His Comblnitton Dc llfbt a Yaktoa Airtlence-Tbe Ladles Musical Club Pita a Flae Proiram. Jackson Dsy Banquet. There were between seventy mil eighty guests at the banquet on Saturday night given in honor of General Jackson. The spacious dining room of Hitter A Mechtel in taxed to Mm utmost, thoonh »" the guests were comfortably seated, through the effortt of the toaatmaater, Mr. Slem moiig, and the sergeAiit-at-anas, Harry Garrett. and others o( the management. The menu was all that could be desired • rid the liquid refreshments generously provided. Mr. Fraker, a pioneer democrat of Pen dletoo, Ore., opened the toast giving program informally by pledging the guests in • bumper to "Tke pure and un adulterated democracy." Toaatmaater Hlemmons then rea 1 let ters of regret from Uncle George Taylor •nd Judge Davidson, who were kept • way by illness. Judge Preble responded...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

_*_ Cliis i[Nt« Mm Nit Over Witl Ils Tut! * J We have si Isirgr stock of Piano* and Organs which we have gotten in since Christmas which we are selling: at the rate of one piano and one or more organs daily. The reason we cam do this is because our terms ami prices cannot be excelled by any firm in the northwest. We defy competition along these lines. We haive a tirst-class piauio which we will sell for $100, $1© down amd $5 at month. We ailso haive ai =====^=======^^^_. few second hand Orgains, which cam be had WE tip =1 p lim W at from $35 to $15. We have received spec- | J^S^Ll |9| i iail orders from heaidquairters to oiler tor the I ■ t-^SS&IItL i#fe' next SJO «laiys saicriticing prices,anil aigaim we U~ =^^s say we defy competition. We aire here to J| j | staiy, l^Ve haive the only music store in Vaiki- t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^£ \ ma. We have pleased the public so far and fe^^^^^^^^^^3JM aire prepair< k<l to continue so to do, and will prove it to your entire satisfaction if...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

MAJCR ♦ "RUMSEU. IT was ilie proud Iniast of Mrs. Malt worth, widow of the late Captain Robert llaltworth, of tba —th Cavalry, proprietress of the INmeralda Holil Seabreeze, that In each of the nveh, yean duilni; which she had uwiie.l and ni:uiai.-ed the establishment an the shore at Sealucize she bad sue msfutlj brought two young people :uui r !atk>Bl wiih 008 another that tad ■■ milted in matrimony. To tell the truth. Mrs. Maltworth was a bora Bate! aker, as many a young lleuteli mh tould have wltnesaed, Vlrs. Maltworth was DBS of those rare Bidh duali b bo can sink their own dla nnifurti and smile on the pleasures o( iilnrs. li was largely due to this fact that the INmeralda h id prospered, and luring the season iis rooms were tlo«>d ni with young people babbling over with holiday Kpiriis, who J;ikcd and buighed together as If the ofllc* and the (nun;, r were nothing more than mere l:na^ : agi which would Dot reappear st the , xplratlon of a brief fortnight. Bat Mrs, Maltwo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 January 1899

Ft. Jnoolifl Oil riirp« |{h» nmiti«in. Pt. .Inoi>bg Oil ntrrc N^nralifia. St. Jni'ubs Oil cures LmbagOi St. ,T:icnii« Oil cnrrs Sciiitica. •St. .1.-n-iili" Oil cnr«* Sprains. Kt. "Jacob* Oil puree Hruises. St. Jnroltß Oil euros Snrenegg. St. .l:i' nlis Oil emeu Htiffnf'fK. St. Jflcolm Oil ciiren Urtrksohe. Bt. .lii.-nlw Oil ourcs Muceular nehes. l*ittrlfitl«tii. "Aw, you kuuw, yon may celebral* Christmaa •■ beat you know how," ■aid the supercilious liijli-'.hi.im. "lint yon cuwn't come up to the olil Entflisli plum piiddinu you know." "Sir," mil tbo pHtriotic American, with asperity, "our home made, or •till more the h.tkury-niade milieu pies cvi produce as tine a line of ni^litmnre rb any Knglish plum pinldiiijf ever boiled."—l ml in n:i i Mii i- Journal. Rheumatism Is one of the trmiMes pwuliar to tin* Ma eon, owing to the ovcrwurlMd condition *>f the liver iiiml kidneys. nhi< li are ■».!.•- .- to expel tlie impurities from the bluod. •lood'i BarMparilht is wondwfalljr '■...

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