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A HERALD OF THE INFANT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
A HERALD OF THE INFANT YEAR. Clip the last thirty years or more from the ! century, aud the segment will represent the ; term of the unbounded popularity of Hostctter’s Stomach Bitters. The opening of the year 1894 : will be signalized by the appearance of a fresh j Almauic of the Bitters, in which the uses, derivation and action of this world-famous medt- 1 cine will be lucidly setforth. Everybody should read it. The calendar and astronomical ealcu- j lations to be found in this brochure are always ; astonishingly accurate, and the statistics, illus- ! trations, humor and other reading matter rich i In interest and full of profit. The Hostetler j Company, of Pittsburg, Pa., publish it them-■ selves. They employ more than sixty hands in the mechanical work, and more than eleven mouths in the year are consumed in its preparation. It can be obtained, without cost, of all druggists and country dealers, and is printed in English, German, French, Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohem...
CATABHU CANNOT BE CURB [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
CATABHU CANNOT BE CURB with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Caiavrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, aud is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY &amp; CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Jolly Uncle—“ Well, my lad, 'spose you’re a little short of funds as usual this holiday season 7” “ I am, indeed, uncle; but 1 hope Yuletide me over the difficulty.”
HAVE YOU ASTHMA? [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
HAVE YOU ASTHMA? Dr. R. Schift'mann, St. Paul, Minn., will mail a trial package of “ Sohiffmann’s Asthma Cure" free to any sufferer. lie advertises by giving it away. Never fails to give instant relief in worst cases and cures where others fail. Name this paper and send address for a free trial package.
SURE CURB FOR PI I. IS 8. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
SURE CURB FOR PI I. IS 8. Bure cure lor blind, bleeding and itching Piles. One box has cnred the worst cases of ten years standing. No one need suffer ten minutes after nslng Kirk’s German Pile Ointment. It absorbs Inmors, allays the Itching, acts as a poultice, gives relief. Dr. Kirk’s German Pile Ointment is prepared only for Piles and itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Every box is Sold by Druggists and sent by mail on receipt of price, 11.00 per box. J. J. Mack &amp; Co., Wholesale Agents, Ban Francisco. Use Knameline Stove Polish; no dust, no smell.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
THE U. S. Government Chemists have reported, after an examination of the different brands, that the ROYAL Bak= ing Powder is absolutely pure, greatest in strength, and superior to all others. ROYAL BAKING POWDER COMPANY, 106 WALL ST. NEW-YORK. We Charge Ton Nothing for Onr Services. All the annoyance of looking for a suitable stopping place in San Francisco obviated. Elegant rooms, private bath, in finest Hotels to the “ cheap but clean ” for 50 centsjper night. For particulars (free) address, Midwinter Fair Hotel and Boarding Bureau No. 14 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. Ul A UTCn ■ NAME AND ADDRESS of every TV All I LU. sheep shearer captain and all others interested in sheep shears that want to save money. Our prices will interest you. Send your name on a postal card. Baker &amp; Hamilton, San Francisco. NOTICE TO UDIES! DR. FREDERIGO G. TORRES, A famous physician of the City of Mexico. FEMALE REMEDIES Are for the first time offered to ladies of the United States, by Profes...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
Try Qennea for Breakfast. iit t i i ■in iii i i i MAKES ITSELF FELT —the great, griping, old-fashioned pill. Not only when you take it, but unpleasant, from first to last, and it only gives you a little temporary good. The things to take its place are Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. One of these at a dose will regulate the whole system perfectly. They’re tiny, sugar-coated granules, scarcely larger than mustard seeds. They act in Nature’s own way. No reaction afterward. Their help lasts and they do permanent good. * Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and all derangements of the liver, stomach, and bowels are prevented, relieved, and cured. They’re the cheapest, for they’re guaranteed to give satisfaction or money is returned. Nothing can be “just as good." CURE THAT Cough WITH Shilohs SSofe, 50c ta., $l.OO per Bottle? ■ JTvxkTm TTTi frr? CURE This Great Where all others fail. Coughs, Croup. Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Whoopiug Cough and Asthma. For Co...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
Two Things about Catarrh in the Head First—lt is a constitutional disease. Prof. Gross, a leading scientist, says: “Catarrh is a constitutional disease which manifests itself by local symptoms.” Dr. Dio Lewis says: “Catarrh is not a disease of the man’s nose; it is a disease of the man.” Therefore he says snuffs and other local applications are useless. Second It requires a constitutional remedy, like Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which reaches and cures Catarrh by purifying the blood and building up the system, so as to throw off the disease. Thousands who formerly suffered from Catarrh agree that HoodV;&gt; Cures Hood’s Pills are carefully prepared and are made of the best Ingredients. Try a box. “German Syrup” lam a farmer at Edom, Texas. I have used German Syrup for six years successfully for Sore Throat, Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Pains in Chest and Lungs and Spitting-up ot Blood. I have tried many kinds of Cough Syrups in my time, but let me say to anyone wanting such a medicin...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 27 January 1894
BROOKLYN HOTEL. 208-212 Bush St, San Francisco. Ttiis favorite Hotel is under the management of Chas. Montgomery, and is as good if not the best Family and Business Men’s Hotel in San Francisco. Home Comforts! Cosine Unexcelled i First-class service and the highest standard of respectability guaranteed. Our rooms cannot be surpassed for neatness and comfort. Board and room, perday, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00; board and room, per week, $7 to $l2; single rooms 50c to $l. Free coach to and from Hotel. I IDPCCTCTnPV LARGEST STORE, LAnUtO I O I UUIVj LOWEST PRICES. carpets, CIIDIIITIIRF Counters, bedding, rUn If 11 Untj show-cases, New and Second-hand. if. NOONAN, 1017 to 1023 mission. St., Open Evenings. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,. MASQUERADES, PARADES, IVI AIWATEUK THEATRICALS Everything In the above line. Costumes, Wigs, Beards, Properties, Opera and Play Books, etc., furnished at greatly reduced rates, and In superior quality by the oldest, largest, best renowned, and therefore only reli...
UNITED STATES [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
UNITED STATES James Baird, a well-known writer on sporting subjects, died in Chicago from injuries received in a bicycle accident. The South Dakota regiment has been presented with a $lOOO set of band instruments by the citizens of the State. , i The Paris Exposition Club in Cincinnati, 0., has disbanded because of the sympathy expressed by the press and people in France for Spain. Judge Packs in the United States Circuit Court ordered the sale of the Cleveland, Canton and Southern Railway for the benefit of creditors. The local Grand Army posts in Columbus, 0., joined with Confederate veterans from the. South in memorial exercises at the Camp Chase Cemetery. One of the most notable weddings in Maine this year will be the marriage of Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris to General Henry Kyd Douglas of Maryland at Bar Harbor. Ten thousand people attended the funeral of the Socialist leader Paul Grottkau at Milwaukee. The body was cremated and the ashes sent to Mrs. Grottkau at San Francisco. K...
FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
FOREIGN. It is announced that a rebellion has broken out at Chow Chow-fu, China. Russia and Japan have agreed to recognize the sovereignty and independence of Corea. Le Petit Cougolalis, the first newspaper published in the Congo Free State, made its appearance at the end of February. The Tsung-11 Yamen (Chinese Foreign Office) has decided to make Sian Fu, Province of Shen Si. the capital of the Chinese empire in place .of Peking. The Swiss canton of Berne will probably adopt, an official system of insurance for the 276,409 head of cattle in the canton. The maximum value of a cow is estimated at $l6O. The Anglo-Chinese convention boundary treaty signed recently leaves to England an extension of the boundaries of Hongkong, including Eon Lung, of altogether 200 square miles. The cost to Spain of the Cuban war from February, 1895, to the end of 1897 is offically estimated at $240,000,000, besides the arrears due from the Cuban treasury, which amount to $40,000,000. Max Judd, former Con...
Current (Vevtfs. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Current (Vevtfs. CALIFORNIA. ALAMEDA COUNTY. The leading physicians of Oakland have challenged the lawyers of the city to select nine good men to play a game of baseball. The Spring Valley Water Works of San Francisco have leased all that portion of Niles canyon from Kimball’s east to Sunol. John Johnson, arrested for assaulting Mrs. Matilda Vandeoheith at Oakland, is believed to be “Jack the Kisser,” who has been terrorizing women on the streets of late. John Bluett, a student brakeman. was found dead beside the track at Decoto last week. It-was thought he was thrown from the cars at night by a telephone wire which hung low over the cars. Oakland is flooded with a new counterfeit coin. It is made of lead, with a little glass in the composition to give it the necessary ring, but it is soft and noticeably light. They bear the date of 1896. CONTRA COSTA COUNTY. A mortgage of $1,000,000 was recorded at Martinez on the property of the California Beet Sugar and Refining Company at Crocke...
PACIFIC COAST [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
PACIFIC COAST ALASKA. Michael Brennan of Stanford, Connecticut, and Sykes Parker of New York are crippled for life as the result of their experience in the second avalanche on Valdez glacier. Ella D. Wilson, a colored woman was 'found choked to death In her cabin at Skagway, a few days since. She had been bound, gagged, and choked to death. Robbery was the motive and a gambler named William A. Black is suspected. Construction work on a railroad across White pass from Skagway was commenced recently. Previous to that time the railway officials had been hiring all available men and buying up every horse they could lay their hands on. They have 600 men and have opened up two camps. BRITISH COLUMBIA. Victoria recently celebrated the event of the opening of direct telegraphic communication with the United States. The occasion was the completion by the Western Union of its wires and cables extending from Seattle via Port Townsend, cabling across the Strait of Juan de Fuca and thence by lan...
Votiv Larkin. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Votiv Larkin. San Fr vncisco. Cal. “There is no death.” So claim the Swedenborgians and those of the Spiritualist faith. It is merely going to sleep and awakening into a more perfect life. The sables of mourning do not figure when one of their number has passed away. There are no tears, no lamentations for the one who has ascended into a higher life, leaving the cares and disappointments that have made their pathway here on earth anything but a flowery one. This is only' a sojourning place , fo) i season,' the true life begins when they have crossed the river tyx.” There was a funeral in thi. 1 , city the other day that will be remembered by those who attended it for many a long day and connected with it will be only the most beautiful thoughts. A lovely girl of about eighteen summers, robed in white, lay m her coffin which was covered with lavender plush and lined with white satin. A wealth of flowers surrounded the casket and only white roses, smilax, maiden-hair and white and lav...
TF)e Fair Sex. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
TF)e Fair Sex. Legend of the Orange Blossom. Like all familiar customs whose origin is lost in antiquity, the wearing of orange blossoms at a wedding is accounted for in various ways, says an exchange. Among other stories is the following pretty legend from Spain: An African King presented a Spanish King with a magnificent orange tree, whose creamy, waxen blossoms and wonderful fragrance excited the admiration of the whole court. Many begged in vain for a branch of the plant, but a foreign ambassador was tormented by the desire to introduce so great a curiosity into his native land. He used every possible means, fair or foul, to accomplish his purpose, but all his efforts coming to naught, he gave up in despair. The fair daughter of the court gardener was loved by a young artisan, but lacked the dot which the family considered necessary in a bride. One day, chancing to break off a spray of orange blossoms, the gardner very thoughtlessly gave it to his daughter. Seeing the coveted pr...
Curls In Style Again [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Curls In Style Again Curls have come into style again and fashion now decrees that the strictly modish maid or matron shall wear four curls of hair. These curls are unique because they are not very often seeiy, and one rc • notice them. They are to go alongdicu • and just below the psyche knot, rhe loose knot of hair that is so much in vogue just now. Whether a girl wears a high Psyche or a low Psyche does not matter; she must appear with these four little curls, each a trifle over an inch in length, rather loose and dangling, two on each side of the head, the higher about half way up, the lower just touching the neck. It is just two years since curls came into fashion and then they went out quickly. This new style seems likely to stay, however, for it is becoming popular already. The hair nowadays among the very best persons is dressed to give it a wavy, loose appearance in the back, especially with the. younger women of society. Even the straightest, stiffest, most obdurate locks ...
COURAGE, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
COURAGE, It is not they that never knew Weakness or fear who are the brave— Those are the proud, the knightly few Whose joy is still to serve and save — But they who in the weary night Amid the darkness and the stress Have struggled with disease and blight With pitiful world weariness, They who have yearned to stand among The free and mighty of the earth, Whose sad, aspiring souls are wrung With starless hope and hollow mirth. Who die with every day. yet live Through merciless, unbrightened years, Whose sweetest right is to forgive And smile divinely through their tears. They are the noble, they the strong. They are the tried, the trusted ones. And though their way is hard and long, Straight to the pitying God it runs. —Harper's Weekly.
Clever Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Clever Advertising. At a certain large public library there is a rule, which ought not to bo necessary, that men and boys must remove their hats on entering. One Saturday afternoon, when the room devoted to the circulating department was crowded, a man of middle ago came in and took his place in line. He had a book or two under his arm, as if for the purpose of making an exchange, but he did not remove his hat. On the contrary, he had it jammed down well on his tead, and there was a determined expression on his face that seemed to betoken a firm purpose not to take it off. An attendant stepped up to him and quietly asked him to remove his headgear. “No, sir,’’ he responded in a loud voice. “You have no right to make a man take his hat off. This is a free country.’’ “Certainly it is,” rejoined the attendant, “but you can’t get books at this library if you don’t observe its rules. ” “I’d like to know why not.” “Because it’s the rule. That is sufficient.” “You insist on my taking off t...
On Collegiate Physical Training. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
On Collegiate Physical Training. It seems idle to expect that any systematic physical training worthy of the name will *.keu np uy the mass of scui' •••-« i.c ■ ..6 voluntary system. Diflfi. den;:;’, ina ivertence, Jcrvo of ease, diii-‘ traction i i many directions, excessive and morbid devotion to study in some, mere boyish laziness, ignorance of how to begin and natural sluggishness and vis inertite in others will prevent it unless the work is laid out and required. It ought of course to be a part of their education, not an accident of their recreation or a passing incident of their feverish and overwrought thirst for glory. There is no greater boon for boys than to have their work laid out for them, and the word “required” has no terrors at all for them, but quite the contrary, if the work itself is obviously beneficial. They welcome it. Being a fundamental and nearly universal need, physical training should not be the subject of election, but should be required of all except inv...