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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
J Xihere are Ttyany Ways of fc \ TREATING | ] C0 LDS and COUGH I BUT TO ( QUICKLY 2 l EFFECT THOROUGHLY ! IACURE (EFFECTIVELY ITAKE 2 ALLENS jLungBalsam 2 And dont tamper with yourself by dosing II on tablets , which only afford a temporary L L relief . This Lung Balsam is commended H highly for its Expectorant properties , caus- L L ing the phlegm to rise , and soothing aud N H healing the inflamed membrane . It con- L £ tains no Opium or any other deleterious m M drug . Ministers -and Public Speakers L £ , will , if they will only try it , be gratified H with tbe result . Ask for and be sure to get L L ALLENS LVNG BALSAM . 9 7 At Druggists , 25 c , 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 per Bottle , fj
The Gates of Gold [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
The Gates of Gold If you are tempted to reveal A tale someone to you has told About another , let it pass , Before you speak , thrceGai . es of Gold . Three narrow gates-first , Is it true ? ¦ Then , Is It needful ! Jn your miml Give truthful answer . And the next Is last and narrowest , Is it kind ! And if , to roach your lips at last , It passes through these gateways three , Then you may tell tlio : tale , nor fear What the result may be . —Home Chat . —
OUR PUZZLE BOX . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
OUR PUZZLE BOX . „ 215 .-CHARADE . My wine , sir , so long in the cellar has been , You will say tis the finest you ever have seen . At the delicate scent , ere you ve tasted it first , A glad exclamation , straight , from vou will burst . And when you have drunk , and Its flavor haveproved , Auother will show that your heart , sir , is moved ; These two words of joy and draught in between Will g 4 ve you the place that it came from ; 1 ween . 216 .-DECAPITATI 0 N . Be sure , if you can , to keep out of my whole : Behead me , I trouble the waters that roll ; Behead me once now , I will calm them , youll see ; ¦ Another time yet , and a prefix Ill be Behead mo again , still my force Is not spent A numeral adjective Ill represent . , , , 217 .-DIAMOND . 1 . A letter used to express number . 2 . A dweller in the city . !• Y 1 , , , a 11 : m ow street is called in England . 4 . A kind . of puzzle . ins pmeo ° l d : ormurly used t 0 designate a stand0 . Termination . 7 . A letter used to...
« « » Ritual Music of the Chinese [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
« « » Ritual Music of the Chinese The Chinese have eight instruments for making their ritual music—the bell , the flute , the drum , the sonorous stone , the fife , the plume , the shield and the ax . The last three make no music , hut are used as decoration or emblem in the musical ceremonies and are enumerated as musical instruments . In every ceremony there are always two instruments ; of each kind , sometimes as many as four or six , never an odd number , iu order to empha size the duality of the Chinese people . For instance , one drum announces the CHINESE BARREL DRUMS . beginning of the music and its mate strikes the last note ; one hell calls and its counterpart answers .
Flag of the Hebrews * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Flag of the Hebrews * one or the results of the Zionist congress at Basle is the reappearance of the Hebrew flag . At the meeting place of the delegates a flag was ; hoisted which had two blue stripes on a white field , and between these the six-pointed star , or sign of David It was explained at that time that a similar flag was used as . the standard of the Hebrews in the days of the Hebrew nation Pictures and descriptions of the flag came to the United States with accounts of the proceed lugs o f th ( vcoiii * rusa , d wellersl . of New York s ghetto began to look for Hebrew flags . The consequence was that the American Flag Company turned , out a quantity , for which there was a ready sale , and one large flag of the peculiar style has attract ed much attention in Henry street , New York , where it . has been mistaken for everything from a salvation army flag to a Tammany emblem
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
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FELL DEAD WHILE SHOPPING . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
FELL DEAD WHILE SHOPPING . She had started out in the morning with a light heart to do a little necessary shopping . For some months past she had been feeling out of sorts and despondent . She had suffered from headaches and pains in the back and sides . She had not considered that it amounted to much or that it was worth while to consult a physician . On some days she felt bright and well . This had been one of those days : It is hard work to shop . Men make jokes about this , but the fact remains . The woman nowadays wants to make her little money go as far as she . can , and must go from crowded shop to crowded shop to pick up the advertised bargains . That is just what this woman did . At last , when she had . made her last purchase and was on the point of starting for home , she succumbed to fatigue , bad air and the surrounding crush and fell dead across the counter before her . This is the story recently published in a great city daily . Too many women neglect their health un...
Money and the Producer [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Money and the Producer ( Continued from page 4541 . ) uted among the 1 industrial classes during the year 1890 . . Tt will be readily seen that when prices fall and merchandise . and labor become eheap it , takes more of labor or its products to satisfy fixed charge s . Consequently , to the distribution of wealth the producer gets less and the non-producer more or vice versa . ; For example , between 1890 and 1896 there was a fall in prices , amountng at a low estimate to 25 per cent . While ! t is probable as measured by quantity the production of wealth was just as great in 1896 as in 1890 , as measured by money on account of . the fall in prices , 1 jit . would be at east one-fourth less , or , in round numbers , $ 9 ; 000 , 000 , QOO as against $ 12 , 000 , 000 , 000 In ¦ 1890 . ; , • :::-. /¦ ,.,- ¦ Interest . charges , freights / taxes , etc ., beng expressed in terms of money , were not diminished but still demanded $ 5 , 500 , 000 ,- 000 . leaving the producers only about $...
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
. na * rrUXsccurc ormat , r ? aUretnr &gt; ied Searchfrce . ¦ A I til I Collamer &amp; Co . 1 3 5 Fst ., Waah . D . C . CTAPK DAV CASH every WEEK If you sell 1 SIA &amp; S K /\ I STAKKTREES . Outlitfree . STARK - O eRU- NURSERY , LOUISIANA , MO ., Rodcport . UL . Daasvttlc . K &amp; , ONE CENT FOR AmiM Breechloader , and guaranteed . Toucan W | ftJ | V find out how to get this gun by addressing Amateur Sportsman , 37 H Park Place , K . Y , /» Al CClMpjJVJWANTEDtiseU goods to WALCol ld &gt; wholesale and retail trade . *^ $ 100 per month nnd expens &lt; « . Address with stamp HUM- MFG . CO ., Box 8 , HltTOn JUHCTHUI , WIS VKRGINIA FABM for SAIE-Good land , good neighbors , schools and churches convenient . . Miia , healthy climate , free from extremes of both heat and cold . Low prices and easy terms . Writefpr free ,: catalogue . B . B . CHAFEIN &amp; CO ., ( Inc . ) Richmond , . Va . IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE Of 4 &lt; £...
AFALLACY EXPLODED . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
AFALLACY EXPLODED . Men Suffering With Stricture or Enlargement off the Prostate Gland Need No Longer Appeal to the Surgeon . One remarkable result of the discover ; - of Sol-vent-Alfernhs for the euro of stricture arid prostatic troubles , is the explosion of tha popular belief that the surgeon is the miin io . appeal ite for the cure of these troubles . Solvent-Alterniis dees awny with the old methods . completely and strikes out an entirely , new path of its own . : Nogreater or more .-wonderful discovery has ever been made . As the value of this remedy becomes -fully recognized it will , cits - ily be . placed . In the list of the Invaluable discoveries of this age . In mbre than three thousand cases which have been treated the cures , have been permanent . There was nothing to return as the obstruction and irritation were : fully removed . The surgeon can simply ; open the passage for a time ; they cannot remove the stricture , or free tinpassage from obstruction by instruments...
A Russian Highwaywoman . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
A Russian Highwaywoman . THE Russian-authorities are bothering . their heads over . a . bandit who , so far from being the ferocious person the role seems to require , is as gentle as a . woman . In-fact ,: this bandit is a woman , and a prepossessing young woman of 35 at that . The highwayman is . now identified , though still at large , as one Barbara Damiella , a Georgian woman , who disappeared some ten years ago from the village of Bandza . She holds sway over the gentlest , most polite and most successful band of robbers harbored by the passes of .-the Caucasus . Her life . has had its ups and downs . Four tinies . sbe has been arrested or trapped , through treachery , but , each time the capture has been of no avail . Once she was arrested at a manor house , and during the night the door was mysteriously opened—presumably by some servant smitten with her charms—and she walked out unmolested . Another time she was actually in prison , but her jailer gave the woman her freedom ...