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A Leader. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
A Leader. Since its first introduction, Elecrio Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in the lead among pure medicinal tomes and alteratives —controlling nothing which permits .its use as a beverage or iutoxie mt, it isrecognbed as the best and pores', .medicine 'or all ailments of stoiaaob, l\ver or kidneys. It will cure sick headache, indigestion constipation, and tlrive malc.ria from the system. Satisfaction gtuvrfinteed wiih each bottle or the money will bo refunded. Price only 30c per bottle. Sold by Z. W. Saunders &amp; Bon. 2
Guaranteed Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
Guaranteed Cure. * We authorize our advertised druggist to isell Dr. King’- New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, upon this condition. if you are afilicted with a cough, cold or ny lung, throat or chest trouble, and will se this remedy as directed, giving it a fairial, and experience no benefit, you may sturn the bottle and have your money reinded. Wa could not make this offer did e not know that Dr. King’s New Discovery ould be relied on. It never disappoints, ’rial bottles free at Saunders &amp; Son’s drug tore. Large size 50c and *l. 2
business items. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
business items. WANTED—A girl to assist in light housework. Apply at once to Mrs. L. Laohman, Lambert residence. LOST.— A silver chain surgical instrument. Finder will bo suitably rewarded by returning same to Dr, Roland Lord. 13 George Read has several tons of extra fine barley for sale. 13ml Stove wood for sale at my ranch in San Miguilito canyon. Price, $4 per cord at the ranch. Apply to J. F. Talbert. C-13 Farmers and horsemen.- For Barbed Wire cuts, Sores, Collar Galls and Scratches, Hall’s Cream Salve for horses ass no equal. It keeps thq.flies off and heals without leav ing a soar. Price $l.OO, at Dean’s Drug Store. FOR SALE.—Three gentle work horses; will be sold cheap. Also a fine lot of pumpkins. Apply to Chas. Wilkins. 1-6 NOTICE.—Red currant trees for sale, young and well rooted; best kind; cheap. Those wanting, apply at once. I_C John Smitheks, Lompoc. Are you going to plant trees ? If so, you want the best. See Peter Fabing, before giving your order. DecV3 I have about...
FOR SALE OR TO RENT. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
FOR SALE OR TO RENT. A fine dairy ranch containing 1000 acres, with dairy honse and everythingjto carry on the business. Plenty of the best of feed, wftll watered, an abundance of wood, 75 head of milch cows. Will be sold at a great bargain. Also a ranch of 400 acres with buildings, plenty of wood and water 2 miles from town fine land, a bargain. 4 lots a neat convenient dwelling house 6 rooms hard finished with out buildings good well of water and cistern, near center of town, will bo sold at a bargain. Also several lota in different parts of the town; parties desiring to purchase land anywhere in this valley can save 100 per cent by buying before the Hail lioad reaches us next year. For Sale, or Rent.—7oo acre Dairy Ranch, CO head Milch Cows, good House and Barn only three miles from town, terms easy. A rare chance for some one. Apply to Averill &amp; Hodges, 3 lots for sale corner of Chestnut Avc &amp; G St. Avebix/l &lt;fc Hodoes,
For Sale- [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
For Sale- Fifteen acres suburban lots, finest kind of land under good cultivation .3% acres in fruit; a pood house, barn and outbuildings, a 7000 gallon water tank—excellent water, 2 horses, 1 spring wagon, one large work wagon, harness, plows, harrows. House all furnished; heavy furniture for sale at a bargain. Also 2100 acres, Ocean V iew Ranch, on line of S. P. Railroad. Will be sold at a reasonable price. Terms easy. Apply to Averill &amp; Hodges.
Two Big Bargains. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
Two Big Bargains. Ninety-eight acres of the best of sediment soil just outside the city limits adjoining C. E. Carter on the west. A great bargain if attended to at once. Terms easy. A small ranch containing 145 acres, smooth and level, excellent soil, no frost, plenty of wood and water, dwelling honse. Terms easy; will be sold cheap if applied for soon. Avebill &amp; Hodges.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
Cheap Land. 600 Acres —250 plow land, balance pasare. Good barn, good well of water, oat uildings and orchard. Will be sold for $l6 er acre, if sold soon. Apply to 7 Itf M. POMEROY. NOTICE. Any person or persons, regardless of age, lex, color, or previous condition of serviude, found trespassing on our ranch, situted in Lompoc and La Purisima, by campng, hunting, or building fires thereon for ooking, or any other purpo-e whatever, ill be punished to the full extent of the iw. R. and G. Muscio, (Established in 1875.' SANTA BARBARA MARBLE WORKS; Squler &amp; George. Prop'rs. State Street, : : Cor. Carillo Street. Dealers in Fc reign and Domestic Marble and Granite. Manufacturers of Grave Stones, Monuments, etc. Country orders solcited and promptly filled. Long experience enables us to guarantee perfect satisfaction. When in the city call and inspect our worK. 4 15 tf Notice for Publication. Land Office at San Francisco, Cal., Nov 27, 1893. Notice is hereby given that the follo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
TAKE fcTHE sbvGEST 25cts., „ 50cts.and 81.00 Bottle. One cent a dose. Turn Cheat Cough Cube promptly cures Where all others fail. Coughs, Croup, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough and Asthma. For Consumption it has no rival: has cured thousands, and will Cube you if taken in time. Bold by Druggists on a guarantee. For a Lame Back or Chest, use SHILOH’S BELLADONNA PLASTER^oC. H ILOH’SWCATARRH Have you Catarrh y This remedy is guaranBed to cure you. Price. 00 free. For sale by Saunders &amp; Sba. rvu agreeauio u»i»u*o auu »»»&gt;» Sold by Druggists or sent by mail. 85c., 000. sod 81.00 per package. Samples free. If A Wih The Favorite TOOTS POTOM KO HO ~ I forthoTeethand Breath,2sa For sale by Saunders &amp; Son. ruyl A. D. GLEAVES,D. D. S„ DENTIST, (Successor to Dr. A. H. Bagby.) Office over Saunders &lt;fe Son’s Drug Store, LOMPOC, CAL. jjgT’Every branch of Dental work scientifically and skillfully performed and satisfaction guaranteed. Crown and ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
DR. ERNEST M. FREEMAN, Physician and Surgeon Office over the Poetoffice, LOMPOC, CALIFORNIA. Notice to Trespassers. All persons whomsoever are hereby forbidden to cut or haul any wood or timber of any kind, on the Salsipuedes rancho, or to trespass on said premises it any manner, and any person disregardin'* this notice from the date hereof, will be punished to the full extent of the law, per order of the administrator and heirs of the estate of W. W. Hollister. Lompoc, Cal., Nov, 4th, 1893. The Keeley Institute. The only institute for the cure of alcoholism and the opium habit in Southern California is located at Riverside. All others, whatever called and wherever located are mere imitations. The Keeley treatment has been in use fourteen years, has cured 200,000 patients, is endorsed by the United States Government and is in use in National Soldiers’ Homes. For information regarding terms, etc., apply to J. L. Huelbut, Agent. Santa Barbara, Cal. Austin Building. CABINET - MAKER : A...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
ITOTJ | ■ i ——— OIST THE! FOR W. B. HOLLAND &amp; CO’S I I And when you set to the corner of H Street and Ocean Avenue W And you will be met by gentlemanly and accommm modating clerks, who will take great pleasure in showing yon their large, extensive and varied stock of Groceries, Provisions, Dry and Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, Holiday Goods, Etc., "Which they are selling away down for cn.sh or approved 30 days credit. All kinds of marketable produce taken in exchange at full market rates. W. B. HOLLAND &amp;. CO. ROBERT SUDDEN. \V. H. SUDDEN. I * L * COR. OCEAN AVE. AND I STREET, peaiersjn p; n e and Redwood LU DOORS Windows, Sash, Etc., Etc. ® ® ® We carry in stock an extra fine line of BLINDS i = Tin, Agate and Blue Enameled Ware Elegant Decorated lamps BEAN SPRAY PUMPS, &amp;e. The “Cyclone” and “Star” . . WXlVl&gt;nzxx.x. s . . Mill work of every description done at our PLANING MILL. Water Tanks, Dried and Green Fruit Boses, of any size, made t...
MECCA A3 A SHRINE OF CHOLERA. /Vn Awful Picture of Asiatic Filth and KecUless Fanaticism. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
MECCA A3 A SHRINE OF CHOLERA. /Vn Awful Picture of Asiatic Filth and KecUless Fanaticism. From 70,000 to 100,000 seems to be the or3hi ary average number of those who visit Mecca during the festival and who are present at Mount Arafat on the 9th of Zu’l Hijjah. They come from every quarter of the compass—inland by caravan from Syria and Persia, Turkey and Afghanistan; by sea from Red sea ports; from Africa, across the whole width of which many of the weary pilgrims have walked, and from svery part of the world where the standard DC Islam has been raised. With no provision for decency or comfort they camp around or crowd into lodgings in the sacred city. They make excursions, clamber up the mountains, spend hours in the blazing sun, are sickened with rotting smells arising from the thousands of ani mals which are sacrificed, crush and stifle in the Ka’ba, and finally, as if they had not already run sufficient risk of catching every possible complaint, they drink the water of Zem Zem....
Excusable Ignorance. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
Excusable Ignorance. For one to be ignorant of the proper use of a novelty is nothing to be ashamed of. If you are ignorant, you are just a trifle old fashioned—a season behind time. Frank innocence and tact will save a situation from awkwardness, and sometimes the resort to them is thought attractive. If you are uncertain of a new, strange piece of silver, wait and watch your neighbor or your hostess and act accordingly. Local customs and usages, even in this traveled age of people and products, make certain ignorance or innocence very possibly fc As^ e m«wuldno| asparagus to eat because it is not a vegetable of his latitude. In exchange a northerner could not understand the bur artichoke, and in being ignorant he would be above reproach. There is a certain sign language that obtains between host and guest, and between those who sit and those who wait, and its meaning every well bred child learns in the nursery. In the wonderful ups and downs in our country the person who sits toda...
Starving and Walking. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
Starving and Walking. A young English girl afflicted with an undesirable amount of adipose tissue has succeeded in ridding herself of a large amount of it without injuring her health by following the regimen given below. She began by getting up at 6 o’clock every morning and taking a three mile walk before breakfast without considering the weather. At 9 o’clock she had a large cup of coffee, with very little sugar, and a slice of dry bread. Then she occupied herself as she liked until 3 o’clock, when more bread and some vegetables composed her meal. At 4:30 she was off for another long walk, followed by a cup of tea and a few dry biscuits. Ninety days of this regimen reduced her weight from 185 to 145 pounds. —New York Sun.
1 BREACH OF FAITH [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
1 BREACH OF FAITH By HJALMAR HJOETH BOYESEII. It was now twelve years since the last letter was received, and Martha took it for granted that her husband was dead. She had tried to institute inquiries, advertised for him in the Scandinavian paper, etc., but with no results. Several settlers had proposed for her hand during this time, but though she regarded herself as a widow she had refused all offers. A large settlement had grown up about her, and in a circuit of twenty or thirty miles the country was largely in possession of Norwegians. They did all in their power to keep out other nationalities from their immediate neighborhood, and vested particularly their hostility on the Irish if a representative of that race dug a hole in the ground, and staked out a homestead on land which they had reserved for the occupation of their brethren in the faith. German Protestants they tolerated, though they were far from liking them, but the community of religion restrained them from active ho...
CHAPTER HI. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
CHAPTER HI. Gunnar lived in this state of idyllic satisfaction until he was 17 years old. At least he tried hard to persuade himself that he was content. And yet there would be times when a sudden disgust would possess him, and the future that was in store for him would seem pitiful and mean. Though a half superstitious dread of the great world that surrounded him had been impressed upon him from his earliest years, and stories of disaster consequent upon a desire to explore it had been dinned into his ears, he could not suppress a restless yearning to take the dangerous plunge, if only to test his skill as a swimmer. The great deeds of his ancestors, which Salveson had recounted to him in more or less distorted versions, had set his blood coursing at a [ rapider tempo, and vaguo visions of glory, gorgeous and unsubstantial like clouds at sunset, inflamed his imagination. But, on the other hand, there was his father's fate to deter him. He might have lived quietly and contentedly, a...
CHAPTER IV [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
CHAPTER IV When the feasting was at an end and a proper interval had been allowed for digestion the fiddlers tuned up their instruments and the dance commenced. The girls, in fresh calico and muslin dresses, stood squeezed together in the hall, giggling and whispering. Somebody among them was awfully witty, and made sarcastic observations on the men, which guide the rest nearly explode with laughter. The young lads hung about the nutstJEfa of the crowd, advanced and again retired with a sheepish air, as their courage failed them. The teasing encouragement of their friends and rivals, no less than the suppressed merriment of the girls, made them shrink from the decisive step. This was the situation when Gunnar and John Lawson came sauntering through the hall in earnest conversation. The grocer, seeing the girls, suddenly lost his interest in Hans Matson’s disappearance, and with a jaunty air strolled up to the blushing throng. “My, my, how pretty we are,” he exclaimed with an exagger...
ON THE OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
ON THE OCEAN. There is no place where Allcock’s Porous Plasters do not prove their value. George Augustus Sal a, the well-known English writer, writing of his trip across the Pacific, says: “I especially have a pleasant remembrance of the ship's doctor—a very experienced maritime medico indeed, who tended me most kindly during a horrible spell of bronchitis and spasmodic asthma, provoked by the sea fog which had swooped down on us just after we left San Francisco. But the doctor’s prescriptions and the increasing warmth of the temperature as we neared the tropics, and, in particular, a couple of Allcock’s Porous Plasters clapped on—one on the chest and another between the shoulder blades —soon set me right.” Brandretii’s ‘iiiLLS always act uniformly. When a man bus no bills against him lie must feel as if he belonged to the lug^ility.