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Harrisonburg Rockingham Register (Newspaper) - November 11, 1886, Harrisonburg, Virginia F. permanently Located door New York Bast Market J. P. 8. 4 ' ' B. South Main Q. to the public his In bla office at BROADW Co. July 3 FRAiK L. Il A Kit Lato Demonstrator of Operativo Dentistry In R. 8 IN 1873. and Nitrous Oxide Gaa used or the painless extraction of A Branch office at Doe Highland Va. K at of Supreme Court D. C 14, and Patent Cases obtained on reasonable Patents obtained directly and Trade Marks before the Patent Office United Sutes attended to vrith care Homestead before the Departments and Soldier disabled should apply at to-day practising before every Department of the Desertion marks removed without publicity homo of the by to Hon. John A. Gov. 3. Proctor David E. (i N. 1., John J. J. J. P. J. C. S. J. Austin P. N. and will furnish Dther distinguished statesmen and State hi the Union as AMBLER ' VA. Practices in all the of this and adjacent near the big G. G B. inali the Courts of the Supreme Court of Appeals of and the District Courts of the United bolden at bop 17-ly L. VA. Office Corner Public Square Prompt attention to legal 27,82._ 8HEFFE VA. Vili In tho Courts of the United States Courts and the Supreme Court attention given to all business entrusted to in rear of N. of John 15. O. been dissolved mutual has w. VA Will iu the courts of Rockingham Tho Arm of John k. u. Roller absolved uy mutual Public National fob - attention given to examination of land titles and procuring patents on vacant lands of the Will practice In the Courts of Shenandoah adjoining will tue practice of Rockingham and adjoining Prompt attention to all legal corner Court House Office up stairs in old F. on Je 34-tJaal 76* B continue the Practice of Rockingham and in the Court of Appeals and United States in tho hands of tho late firm of Woodson Compton will be attended to as Juno 3, B. ' to Yancey The business of the late firm will of the powder strength and than the competition alum Royal marvel of 3. More economical and cannot be sold in i the multitude of low short Sold only in Powder 106 CHILLS AND LIVER NEURALGIA AND is Invigorating and Delightful to and of great as a Medicine for weak and Ailing Women and to the SYSTEM by Strengthening the Toning the and the A I by 1 e a d i a g 1 haw to treat at together I handsome cards by new Heliotype on receipt of lo c. TOO Dot keep remit tud lull bottle bo Drug and Chemical C. S. 28-ly TAINS no hurtful Is composed of carefully selected combined making and Pleasant HE WI respectfully his old friends and and the public in that he has removed Market Street has ben doing business for the last nine to opposite the Spotswood where he offers the best description of goods in his line at very low prices for cash or suitable embracing a nice line i bleached and Cotton Yarns and a nice line of a large stock of Cigars and a nice line of embracing Canned Crackers and a large stock Fruit Jars of different in fact tho in his line to be In at very low Bring your m m gb you will find it your advantage to deal His line MOLASSES and be beaten in quality and all fresh and of the Call for whall you you will And it right here at J It. is useless to undertake to name the stook in detail for it would require too much it. suffices to say the stock embraces all goods to be found in a first-class Grocery determined to win overy honorable exertion will be made to secure it. Come and see and bring your toall for past Let me continue to serve The of town and county are invited to call at my new place BERRY'S REST PATENT always on OF A. VALUABLE FARM OF 123i on Cub Rockingham Having purchases of land that Is more suitable for my I I wish to dispose of tho above 12.1^ The farm is has on it a large Dwelling large and all necessary out a good orchard of choice and is all good and is well watered by Cub Run and never failing The lands are perfectly smooth base and will dispose of this property a whole or if desired I will sell 80 acres with the or still further if the purchaser should desire more land I will sell as much Office South lio Big Side of the Publio opposite 15-tf White the Purest Painting kinds of Dry Window and Go to 0TT8 Drug H. the im with a si i Persons Or I will sell 50 t quantity of timBer without one mile south of convenient a vers Idle here and 1 round all the The world duller than Love wakes a lift heavy lids and And lo 1; one sweet with then shut the And give and some it and the child's unheeded dream all the all their OF THE In Their at an It don't take much of a man to make a and all of the Mennonites are well out These Mennonites ' left Russia by the fifteen years ago to escape military They are no good as but are first-class farmers and - An average Russian family of seven persons will subsist on 50 cents a raising their own If a Russian has nothing else to do he will walk ten miles to carrying in his pocket af few cucumbers or ears of roasting corn to sell for 7 or 8 After getting the money he will clutch it tightly trudge home When a Russian goes to an as he often and bids on a horse and or a or a does he go at it recklessly with If the last bid is the Russian's will ' be and if some white man raises him to he bids back When a lot of Russians get to bidding against each other the auctioneer Every bid is for a cent some young and Russian shows his contempt for the conservatism and caution of his fathers by whole cents at one fell in a while a Russian On 3uch occasions there is a big but no The grave is dug in a where the land is not fit for so that there is no loss in The coffin is and usually consists of three or four boards fastened together with binding strips taken from dry goods The flowers used for decoration are wild of the care being taken in their selection to get none that the cows may want to of the richer those who acres by the sometimes indulge in the luxury of drink of Their method of tippling is to get five solid brethren together and march into a Each produces 3 and the barkeeper sets out one This the leader of the gang pours just as full as the barkeeper will allow him and then drinks of the While he is smacking his the next man takes his and so They never cheat each other in the They are very just and ' honorable and take pride in their The saloonkeeper up in Aurora who procured a glass divided into fifths as a special inducement to the Russian trade made a great The disciples of Menno regarded the graduated glass as an and forever afterward shunned the bar of the unfortunate Chicago Who information W. Rockingham session will bogin 6n September 8ih. 18*0. months session of 200 A. - - per B - - - - 2.50 Int. c - - - 2.04 1) - - 1.60 Jun. - 1.00" ront of - - - - 3.25 v for those who board from Monday to All pupils required to pursue the or arranged for each t For - * - A. P. 1835. of Increasing clerk of the Fifth Avenue hotel was leaning meditatively against the desk the other with his eyes on the He has been at his post many and is a shrewd are ail as the saying he nodding his head toward the they are a wonderful illustration of the advance the whole country has made during the past ten or fifteen years in manners and The men are from every corner of. the big This is the time of you when the and village merchant come to New York for their annual Look at and you see a body of men who are dressed as quiet New Yorkers and who do not differ in the mass from so many respectable and well-to-do Their clothes are of the conventional cut and their boots well and neatly their hats of the proper and their faces Three years ago you'd have seen a dozen big slouch hats in that five years ago a quarter of the faces would have been decorated by open mouths and eyes shining with surprise and seven years ago there would have been a dozen men among them without and years ago you would have seen no end of and shambling gentry who didn't know how to talk or what to do with their hands or a great quite as in the streets as that's just as they so they are all over It has been an amazing It is due in paft to the who go everywhere and by example teach young men in the country how to the great clothing houses that send out hundreds of ' thousands of suits of clothes a and to the newspapers that talk bo much about the big cities that thei readers aro gradually up the It's a. wonderful Blakely Hall in Chicago Wanted Soda Indians entered a drug store Third One was a tall young md his companion waa an aged and specimen of They were dressed in ill-fitting and each of - them had Their black slouch hats partially concealed their jet-black Marching the center of the store the red after the style of the around camp himself as Injun wants heap big sweet any hesitation the turned off two glasses of soda water and gave them to the two red The Indians drank and were Paul Saturday night an interesting scene is witnessed in every town and village in It is a stream ol the natives in their Sabbath clothes making for- the small The puzzled visitor little thinks that an inquiry into the meaning of this would the secret Scotland's reputation cme is buy bag of be the to the Noted Baptist Opening fortunately Spurgeon home on this our last possible Sabbath in and no was lost in deciding to great Baptist preacher and day was and at an on top of a and headed for the The service wjs announced for 11 a. and at 10:30 we stood in front of the great plain structure that in a rather poor part of the east side of the People were gathering though not in numbers as and we were directed to enter through a gateway leading by the side of the On inside of the gate we were handed what we supposed were tickets of on proved to be little which the Visitor to place what he chooses to give and drop the amount in a box by the as he passes into the This we and once on the inside we found a long row of comers than ourselves seated in chairs by the We were told to on and take our and these we found by the side or rather back of the high platform and and but the kind usher here and I will do the best for you I and as he hurried from point to point directing others where to in passing us would and I see what I can We heard him ask one after another of the if any and as roe pi was found some one was quickly shown to just before the minister took his place upon the stand we were all provided with good seats just in only inconvenience being that we had to look up at angle of about 60 degrees to see his this Impressed me the more from the fact that I have so long been accustomed to seeing audiences and seeing persons waiting for and I recall the saying of Mr. that thought that a good usher at the door could do about as good as the preacher in the and surely this one at Mr. Spurgeon's church had said his prayers that and no one could have done more or better than did I should like to some time give him a seat at our table in and a good bed at in is a typical in looks than I had expected to showing but few gray but inclining to an excessive We told that his health is not but in voice and movements he showed no sign of He impresses one as being a man of- convictions and purpose in his life and he is wholly free from mannerisms and When the great was seated he arose and offered a short but impressive after this he announced a which was in the singing by a plain man with a clear the audience seemingly all There was no instrumental and the song if not of a high order was certainly not wanting in volume and I liked and wished something like it might be in every church in After the stanzas of which the preacher read before they were came the reading of the 110th Psalm and the seventh chapter of with lengthy and then a second after the manner of the and this was followed by the longer One could readily understand that the preacher prayed not alone Sunday and and in the so full was the prayer of personal and of heartfelt communion with and realizations of the needs and sufferings of opening including a third lasted most three-quarters of an and then came the sermon from Heb. 23-25. It was upon the cession of and throughout was natural and easy in plain in language and simple in The great preacher is not what one would call a great his mind works by or rather than by or unfolding and growth in the development of a But he is earnest and and evidently believes what he nor does he make any apology for saying H. Thomas in Chicago Truest takes a very generous person indeed to be faithful to a plan of It is often true that people hate their proteges when those they have helped have grown beyond the need of their The reason of this is not always black ingratitude on the part of the recipient of it is just as often due the restless vanity and insatiate selfishness of the one who had set up a patron and failing to find a constant prostration of spirit in the aided turns upon this one with instead of truest unselfishness is that which not consider duty in the relations of life as an abstract Duty fine when it implies Too many people make it a miserable by bringing no no pleasure into its There is no such thing as duty in A grateful offers its reward without any giver who demands is not to get it. desire for adoration can in the nature of be Signal railway company now uses signal wires running in tubes filled with petroleum Some of the wires are 1,100 feet and are The pipes are laid on stakes driven into the ground eight and inch in diameter whilst the wire is inch in run parallel to the and follow the curves as well as the parts of the - - Land are in eight companies dealing -in mortgages and cattle in the western and northwestern ' In Edinburgh there are and in Glasgow The land and cattle companies in the United Kingdom operating in the United States hold in fee lease i 1,445,798 in averaged over felly to s a little over 1885< - causes of. this in theS ' growth of i of the - - One of the common pests in Mexico are tbe or tor during seasons of the year are as as flies around a THey are within the cracks between the bricks of of the hiding inside your darting everywhere inconceivable their tails which holds the dangerous effect upon the slightest Turn up a corner of the rug or and you disturb a flourishing colony of shake shoes and put they throw your bath sponge into the and dozen of them dart out of its - cool into which they had wriggled for a in every article you touch must be treated like a dose of be well shaken before average scorpion is and about two inches but I have seen them as long as five The yellowish variety are considered most and their bite is most apprehended at In they are black and so alarmingly been allowed to breed for centuries in the deserted mines the government offers a reward per head per to whoever will kill Their sting is seldom but is more or less severe according to the state of the Victims have been been to remain for days in foaming at the with stomach swelled as in while others do not suffer much more than from a bee The remedies are insufficient quantities to stupefy the administered both externally and boiled silk and It is also of use to a large or other on tho wound to force out part of the most of my readers are this species of genus of of the order distinguished from other spiders by having tho abdomen with a curved spur at the beneath which are two pores from which fhe venom supplied by two at the base of the The anterior pair of or are modified into pincers or like those of the by which it seizes its while the other feet resemble those of ordinary Naturalists divide the genus into according to the number of their whether eight or They eat the eggs of spiders and also feed on beetles and other piercing the prey with their stingers again and again before beginning the When alarmed or irritated a scorpion running about and waving his sting in all for attack or dently aware of its young scorpions are produced at astonishingly frequent the mother displaying far greater regard for her offspring than their vicious nature seems to During their brief infancy she carries them about clinging in great numbers to her limbs and never leaving her retreat for a overburdened by their her hold relaxes from the wall and down falls the whole happy family in a The ungrateful children generally reward the maternal devotion by destroying the mother as soon as they are old tearing her piecemeal with the greatest and I amuse ourselves by stu lying their and have become expert in catching them by the tail with suspending them in bottles of alcohol to send to microscopically inclined Happening to be out of alcohol one we put a captured scorpion into an empty Remembering it a week we went to when where one had been were now but whether it was only the mother her or if the original scorpion had arrived at the dignity of a great-grandparent in that length of was food for Happily this rapidity of increase is offset ' by their bitter enmity toward all others of their and the perpetual warfare they wage upon one another thins their ranks more than any other Scorpions said to harbor an especial spite against brunettes and to leave blonde people comparatively The Indians eat after pulling out the sort of as no to as are crabs and similar delicacies to American B. in Boston Story of of the best of the numerous anecdotes of the late king of Bavaria is related by a Munich He was at work one day on some statuettes which the king had ordered for a new park when the royal botanist entered his atelier and tried to explain to him the plan of the new The matter was somewhat and the artist did not quite understand some of the when the botanist suddenly unbuttoned his coat and showed the astonished sculptor the whole plan drawn on his He then explained that he had just been to see the make things perfectly had taken of charcoal and painted the outlines of the park on his white that you may not forget the king Had Medallion of the B. was summoned recently by Victoria to Windsor to take a of her majesty for the new and bronze be lias executed of and other The an- matter of designing a head to mako a of her are of her majesty - the ' coin of the realm hitherto has been one taken in the year of her accession to the the A on - am told that out- in Kansas CheYe are snakes that catch hold of the land or as they A will the any Theri * you a at first I asked iaj this great happiness that love - a voice He and to whom life's rapture to Treasure the golden largest If thou of it How His omniscent overfloweth Tho meager life's so I locked the in my And will rise to my So near as lieth iu my mortal With noble thoughts and deeds I shall extol My spirit till it spurn ita An I doubt not if be my Kay Detroit CITY ON Tricycles and Holler of the you want to see a city on Washington is the place to You may walk all day about tho beautiful streets any on Everyone who at all goes on and no city in the country can furnish such variety of ways of getting Even the children have got the infection and all day long you can see them gliding over the smooth asphalt on roller The roller ciaze may have died put in other but it is at its zenith in Bui evening in the fashionable west end is the time to see Washington on Of course there are plenty of diplomats and senators and potentates of various degrees in heavy carriages with liveries and jangling silver comfortable family coaches with horses roll slowly and the fast horses attached to spiderly looking buggies which flash swiftly and out among them glance an endless variety of glistening cles with a little wheel behind and two big ones in or with a little one in front and two ones or with two big at one side and a little one at the in with possible or impossible combination of three Young men and old women and girls ride On many of them is a little where the foad parent may take his infant pride to ride with Then there are double where one can put his best girl in front and whirl her along with looking comfortably over her say what he in her One of the latest additions on the road is a cushioned arm chair with a seat behind for the motive This is not often seen out in daylight but it was in great demand on moonlight nights in summer and agreeable of wheels in the moonlight reminds me of how the tricycle has gradually grown in favor this I have carefully watched its Four months ago there was but one lady in Washington who would be seen in the daylight upon a This was Mrs. Belva and illumined by bright and mounted upon a dingy and rattling she was the object of rather marked attention by every But she bore undaunted the small jeers and the proud man's and cheerfully trundled around the streets on her primitive which involved no small amount of and a brave display of red People thought the presidential - candidate queer and touched the top of their heads significantly when her name was but no doubt she something of the satisfaction of the pioneer when she sees the many ladies who are her Detroit Free Keepsakes in art of buying appropriate presents during a foreign tour is one to be learned only by and there are many little pleasant ways of making up such presents not known to the general A lady friend of mine was making a book of travels for another friend in and she was doing it without writing a She had a very handsome and she made it a rule to gather flowers and pictures wherever she and to paste them in her book over a description of the place cut from the guide She put in her hotel her street car and samples of the coinage and postage of the various As completed it made a most beautiful souvenir of her and it took but very little It made such a present as could be got in no other lady was making up a set of odd china and bought a new piece at each city she She had cups from Paris and and other pieces from nearly every one of the great cities of I know of one or two people who have bought sets of solid silver purchasing one in each city and having the name of the in the bowl of it. The bowl was first gilded and the white silver shining out in the of the name produced a beautiful Nearly every country has a different style of and in Ireland and Scotland every city has its peculiar mark which has to be placed on all of the silver made within Of course it costs more to buy the spoons separately than as but the oddity of the collection and the memories called up by their use ia worth much more than the G. Carpenter Cleveland Roast pork is one of the dainties of the Chinese The pork is roasted and then hung in tho smoke of various aromatic which gives it a delicious It is cut into small pieces that it may readily bu handled with the in bread is something new in and is the of a It is made of and oil of sweet It is said to taste of which their is no the Gold one with a mathematical mind has figured it out that all' the gold on earth in whatever mined to put it the use in all nations and the product of all welded in one would be in a cube thirty i. - i ' the people iji the world 1,400,000;000could find standing the limits of a field ten r mi telephone be single the Skin in Fine Use of and is in fact more necessary keep the skin in fine order entire person in winter than it is in because inclination not prompt any but trained skins to demand it at this or a later season of the In summer the bath tub needs no nor should the sponge bath at any season for the person who respects his own The skin is the second or supplementary It discusses the best choice of water for the whole subjects of baths and and recommends timid bathers how to get on without the shock of a plunge Except to such radiant beings who thrive on any shock by cold water is It is infamous to drop little shivering little into cold water Their nerves are never jangled by such Even grown people should use tepid water in preference to if comfortable results do not follow the cold is a much better conductor of heat the than air is. When the air stands at 77 degrees we call it a warm but a bath at 77 degrees by the same thermometer is a cold bath for most By beginning with a wet towel bath of water that causes only a pleasant consciousness in the skin at 90 degrees the circulation may be so promoted by the vigorous rubbing and the skin so improved in tone that each day the temperature of the water may be until the healthy skin becomes the true safeguard against cold and handful of common salt thrown into the bathing water cleaning process has performed is a beneficial The saline particles are very and no amount of rubbing will remove them from the upon which they exert a most though a very stimulating especially salutary in cases of Not only does this act locally on the increasing its but also quickens the processes of nutrition in all the tissues of the A man worn with excessive muscular labor should take a warm the calming effects from which resemble Dr. Morriss divides invalids well into two those who have a reserve who thrive on cold and those feeble functions should be assisted by warm Feeble functions are not feeble the latter in an indolent person derive strength from the cold which encourages to exercise afterwards and this muscle mittens of ordinary Turkish toweling are as good as the more costly sponges for the luxury of the daily A large Turkish towel wrung out of either tepid or cold will expedite the bathing and by all means provide a goodly sized towel for the dry rub Turkish that come the siza of crib sheets are most useful for and the luxury of having two linen bath sheets in daily use is known to the initiated After either a cold or a warm plunge bath the immediate covering of the whole body in a large wrap of linen or the soft tufted cotton gives a sensation of luxury that some people never of Concealed Treasure of the curious schemes that find a lodgment in this city is that of a stock company designed to make a specialty of hunting up concealed Capt. one of the tells me it is doing a. good I him how went to said are guided by We leam as much as possible about the characteristics of people who are supposed to have concealed and then work I was once called by the friends of an insane man to look after his He had hidden it while supposed to bo in his right and after he became insane he could not be induced to talk on the subject or give any One day I suddenly pulled out of my pocket a big roll of and quietly stumbled on your hidden pilo the other He gave a quick glance to the corner of the room and then laughed I had that corner searched that night found the I knew that he would not be satisfied to stay in any place where he could not be in sight of his where we made was that of a wealthy man stricken with He was about to deposit when striken and the money was He could not recall a All that was known was that he was found sitting on the front hall stairs bereft of mind and We hurried everywhere and I made up my mind that he had been We examined his and found a black and clue mark on his hip and another on his A sliver of blue painted wood was on his We then started out to find where tho sliver came from and whore he got his We found in the barn cellar a dump cart that gave us our and in the manure where he had fallen we found the New York Prove worst thing about old is that in argument you always take the opposite no matter what you really dear and to prove it I'll admit that you are you confess the I have disproved your proposition by agreeing with you for he hasn't yet been able to decide ' where the flaw Nor have E. Chase in of there is not the remotest corner of little inlet of the minute blood vessels of the body thai does not feel some wavelet from the great convulsion produced by hearty laughter shaking the central The blood moves more chemical electric or vital condition is distinctly conveys different impression to all tho organs the body as it visits them on that particular mystic the man is from what it does at other And thus it is that a good laugh lengthens s man's life by conveying a and additional to the vital may come more than subtler influences the linos of thls for tho per square for each All for months is rates for three the following - S 5.00 9.00 00.00 mos. 8 8.00 1,00 2-tOO 230 25 above 5/tMfy Iron with pure vegetable and completely Cures Impure ami and is an unfailing for Kidneys and is invaluable for Diseases Jo and all who lead sedentary not injure produce medicines enriches and purifies the the aids the assimilation of Heartburn and and the muscles and Intermittent Lack of it has The genuine has above trade mark ' crossed red lines on Take no - 4-ly - have long been impressed witE the advantages of the One Price both to the buyer as well as the and from this date we Tvill sell icily at one gone through our large and them down strictly at the Lowest good goods from season past we have marked at and r many at less than These we greaL others choose to ask for they intend to sell at we have j nothing to but we will not | business that We will at the lowest cash price at we will com- * mend itself to every right because you can send your 10 year old child and buy aB if you come as all buy at the same L. Contractor for - of the the largest in me water and a great variety of Country Heap Stock Karma and I erall goods free to the railroads or and Steam Heating mail for it costs to L. and NORTH SIXTH C Warehouse RACE PHILADELPHIA may 14-ly__ HENRY gotten In a NEW STOCK of he His stock Carpets and the usual other geoda is and A call is respectfully April the Principal Sermons by Saw remarkable and intensely mousing engravings ever scon iu a ONLY FULL AND The first report ever t book sensation of tho No hook ever before like it. Popular low-down for to Roture 3end in stamps mu ' A n A H D Arch 50 Pepsine U. S. K seo IT sell tho HOOKER i 1835. Good pav all tho year ry or Send for - H. B. anything you In tho J at the lowest - - 1, Hrm ket to Lim 'Un -
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