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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 3, 1894, Woodland, California VOL. XXXI f. TUESDAY JULY 3. 1894. NO. 156 HURRYING Hurrying us tho daj me toiling Sonic where it oils welcome mill jocund Others who know but n lonely and a Hurrying Some in the Some joy boine their Hurrying home the roll tlie world's Some to ei i ost Others the u ay huril and Somo of 1 mil aie led OM r I he nuth tiny in the n -tie All of of tinni O'Neill in He chanced to sit opposite me in a 1 noted at once that be had a load on his mind and a vast quantity of objects in his Evidently nothing mained but to den and this he proceeded to do in a sullen and Having 1 to an even he anil looked at me. My features usual winning which is an invitation to that would be worth a good deal in the con- trie k don't I could have done with muttered the and then he to around his I caught hurried glimpses of many queer them were two one male and the other lolled a small hand a screw an iron that might have come off the leg of a a soiled several mantel shelf ments and a bottle of brown shoe Lastly he produced three gilded bails and laid them on the can't commence business here without a said I. things came off the end of tain you as the French call said wanted to move the first of the one thing ami another delayed The principal trouble that we couldn't get a man with a van move Three days I induced an old fellow out there to make a beginning with We had our place in town and the rent bad begun to i I thought we'd better run atter it before it gut too tar of Id fellow's name was came round with his wagon Tuesday morning as I leady to leave tor My wife was pumping air into my t-o that 1 could run lor my train without out of That is the way I refer to her parting i i to her that Mr. take only one or two that MI better send than UM nil for I pack away my pipe and o the first as you did the last time we I pot home that 1 found my wife weeping in the midst of our dismantled old said kept bis lie's moved only halt onr said all He'll come again tomorrow and get the Let's have pome dinner and try tc our looki d at ire rather but made no She put tt 3 ner on the lor had sent our t and sat down to While we thus more or antly d my an- In had come to take ns by a. surprising family that I've but they've ceased to surprise me. I'm be- yond it. Whatever trick they do I'm expecting it. This to the rest of not to my Shu has latent which could amaze One ot them developed after dinner that calk d me and it's Do you know there isn't abed in the become of I all away by and don't be won't do anv That man that he would move all our things I thought we could git into our flat this And I said to What shall we nied the of com Ko I sent them all off on the first we'll have to go to London and sleep in that said she wasn't room for the mattresses on the first so I sent them on the what of itV didn't get us far as she that second load in his 1 sent a boy over to about me. onr beds are in I our tresses are in warehouse on the other the Suppose we go and sleep in his wart said that I was very bitter and cruel to suggest such a Perhaps wo could get along very well for ono night if I wouldn't make such a There was one old mattress in the She and Lizzie would and I could have a canvas It was a very comfortable and who DYSPEPSIA Is that misery v suddenly made aware that you a diabolical arrangement railed No two tics the same but form takes The cause is the and one thing is no one will remain a dyspeptic wno nil Acidity of ty at Start all w a it meats di more than three years I suffered in us form I ti w but they afforded 110 Al I t Simmons Liver itur which short fime It a od I be without ic A a lur Torpid I n etc 1 UL at t ever the it ins i i jj all diseases cf i ith fourth Read BUY NONE BUT THE GENUINE ol them handle other Spectacles Without Success the Popularity ol GLASSES over all riant anil Factory IB one of the to 111 tho United Twenty-three Years Ago These FAMOUS GLASSES are Fitted to the Eye at the Store of LEITHOLD Cal. 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