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9 CANYON CITY, GRANT COUNTY. ORE$QN, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1SS;8:
Nio v:lcv 14.
Granl Co. Kews.
PUBLISHED THOHSDAY MORNIXO,
Editor and Proprietor.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Subsrription . . 83 GO
Six Months 1 f.O
Threo Months 75
TUANS1KNT ADVEUTISEMENTS ttMprr
-quire for first, and $ per (uaro Ut eieh
nebular advertidn cs made known on an
No certificate given until all charge- a id
All Reading Notices in Local
'Joluum will be charged at the
rate of 20 cents per line for first,
and 10 cts each subesquent inser
tion. JCST Special rales to regular
WE AUE PHEPAREU TO EXECUTE
-fine Job Printing
OF EVEUY DESCRIPTIOK, CHEAPLY
Posters, Dodgers, Billheads, Let
terheads, Noteheads, State
PRINTED TO OltDEH.
Co. Judge ,
- N. II. Maxcy.
J. T. Mnel
j T. A. McKinnon
( T. II. Meador
J. II, Neal
A. C. Dorc
M. D. Cameron
If. F. Dodsou
Stock Inspector T. II. Curl
Dist. Judges -7-. " Y J; ?01
. 31. P. Clifford
PRO FKSS ION A L CAR DS.
ORR, M. D.
Canyon City, Ogn.
Office h Main Street in hot-as formerly ooea.
jhbJ bj Dr. il&ward.
It. G. W. DARKER
Zlhviciai & Surgeon.
Canyon City .... Oregon.
Formerly of Iowa. h.-e located here, and will
attend I'rolccdi.iual call day er night.
t3L Office npiKHite NKUd Ofliee. ,
Canyon City -
Office in City Hotel.
CANYON CITY, OREGON.
E. A. Knight,
From The Dalles, has permanently
located at .John Day City.
ALL WOBK WARRANTED.
J A. SWEEIv,
Cany C - Oregon.
JARRI3H & COZAD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Canyon City, Oregon.
p B. RINEARSON, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon
PEAIRIE CITY - - - Oreg n.
QLAY TOD HUNTER.
Bills, Noles, and Acounls.
Canyon City, Orec
All btiiltieM ennited ti xU care il reelve
prompt alteuii 'li. aud all tnoin-y will tc paid
a fiut as ejlleetid.
Pit.vi niE City - - - Oregox.
Also Agent for the sle of School
Omrholt Sf Muldrick,
C.4JVT0JV CITY, Or.
PRAIRIE CITY, OR.
J. W. BATES, Proprietor.
The Culinary D.-nartment is in charge of Competent and Ex: erieneed
C"oks, who spire no labor to do
In Connection with this Popular
the Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cig irs.
SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMI'.RCI A I. TRAVELERS.
CANYON' CITY . . OR' BOX
Office at the court jiouso.
g S. DEXXLSG.
Long Creek - - Oregon
J. J Mc'JULLOU GIL
Canyon City - - Oregon
$TOfficev.ith M. D. Cliff nl -2
Land filim-s and ColliTtitiiu promptly atten
ded to. Deeds and Mortues diaun, -.ud
tlmrj-et' rcu'o liable
W. A. W11.DIUP.K. . Nat. Hi 1hov.
Lakcview, Or. Rum-', Or.
WILSHIRE & HUDSON
Attorneys at How
LAKEVIEW AND Hl'RNS. OREGON.
Will practice in the C'rcnit Conrt at Cion
City, and before the l S. Laml Ollice at Lake
view. Any ImMneM In the LhihI Ollice entrusted to or
n-ilj receive the most prompt attention.
1ST" Land c.nes solicited.
F. C HORSLEY.M. D.
Graduate or the Universitt of
P4S.s-SYLVA.-ciA, April 8, IS 18.
Canyon City, Oregon.
O lice in hisDrugStore, Main Street
)rders for Drugs promptly tilled.
tTo professional patronage solictcd
m1 ss directionsarestrictlyfollowed
Propriit )r of r'i 3
JohnDay Milk Ranch
Fresh milk delivered daily to
my customers in John Day and
Canyon cities. Give me your or-
Jewctt & Tracy Proprietors.
Stage leaves Canvon Citv with the
U. S. Mail at 4 a. m. on Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, and ar
rives Monday, Wednesday and
Canyon City, Oregon,
Traveling men will find this a 1
pleasant and desirable place at
which to stop.
Give it a . II
MAKER'S VITAL RECEflERATO
-3 NER7E TOHlo removed all cousetjiieno
4tranduw.;nnjwsl. -r. cromjnilTli
f jonth. Cares ranknoM of tniuu nad bolr: Nern
MliUitr, Silaal EzliatuUan. Lot Manhood, tc.
OHoriul nrnu niiratnrand rmtornJlTo. Tar'
lara U . BJLWEU K2&L CO Uoi VX. IJutfulo. tL
honor to 'lie palates of the Public.
Hotel is at all times supplied with
Old PostOffico Building.
RagcrE Smith's Plated Ware,
WATCHES JEWELRY, CUTLERY
Optical Goods an.t Stationery.
Silbcripti()iis r eivol at PulilWher'n rates foi
ail the le.tdinc I'apcri nnd ManZines published
n t!ic 1 lilt 'I blste.
EAKER CITT FULL ROLLER
Littleton & Palmer Bros.
Try our Flour ami become con
vinced that it is First-class in cv
ety parlicn ir.
Orders From a fclHtanco Promptly
jA.. 33C XT 3 3E 3FL X O 33 ,
Roots or 5hns. mde l ordr, r ncHlI
All Work Warranted Tirst-clns.
A.Y0. CITY - - - Oregon
Hugh Smith, prop'r.
A Tnll Stock of Ut Forest .f Wines and
The R; cif jrs in tha .Market.
A ttrictty tirdeiiy Liite ronduc: d
p -c.iu.,i,- ItS
TUCKER j- CARSON'S,
Where yon can irt a -Ir'nk of the purest Wine
ttid Llnior. nr mk a f -t t'ij;ar.
ORTREfll mm PLANT!
Are eUsowfeflrM th kcat, fcotag hardier
more yrcxIncHT tet&fitm Wter erapu.
riNIi EsLUETtULTBSZ BATAXOSUE
OaniUslH otj ttt kol TrKttt, MtM tm ta uoO
Xk. VLASST s CO..
Jiowtra Ana Butmnn, 81. Pawl Mom..
sePARXEU'S OINQER TOXIC without M. ,
1 ra.e ivnlicmal roi.-.,Kjn I ihni rtTie when allcl.fr-.
lani-'ii I thuorta. r.uf C'oi.Rh.Vi nk I.unc, .ll.m i
lutii-i- 'mn. Inwarrt l'ams. Kiiun'tinn, ImalnaVle fi 1
;!. si at i n, fcrunlo Vi'tnknrjr., and a 1 pn.r. m ! ill
irdtis of this Ctuiimch imil I'.Li. f-z. at L:jgiu 1
T!i'- F:ifet. rurit ani best er.rc fnrC-.rr.f, Uunk na, ft
to-.all M'fi r.unieirti:r.rnt to llu J. rl. Jirver ui
-j euro. 1 teats ailrc,-c5ta. lllscci i Co., 1,. Y.
i o-Uaturc 13 fuuHl-f t cr.d : i . that
no' 1 d:so.try, cir.'.irA:. .r..y Na
turc'j own remedies, "1 i.e"
1 1 t'i -) -itk i M iJ I V i ? t .
It iia bcnc.it t I'.t hur.tun r-c. . l.Li U .
YOUTH, HEALTH, VIGOK hy t!-. i: i f
Pfunder'3 Orgom Eton runiFiLn.
Qu.c'.: and Complete Cure t f til Li.r.iscs of
the Shin, Kidneys. Diit'dcr r.nd Liver. It
checks Kheuir.p.tism end I'-: -rla, relieves
Constipation, Dyspepsi tand !:i!iour.e.pn:l
tutu frech cnernv intD ;"..c r y it.-m L v n:!finir
m, Kifh lllood. TaVt it i M t-i-. r : iua.
asit cannot be l;cat a .i-te ntat x i.f i!,.iu'!.
Sold and used everywhere. t a 5olt!e, 6 for a
Can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
Papers by addressing
Geo. P, Howell & Co.,
Newspnpcr Advertising Hurcsu,
lO Spruce St., Now York.
"Send lOets fo- lOO-p"0 Hnmphlot
CTS YOU CAM BET ON.
the oMett and largtst tobacco factory in the
world is in Jersey City, N. J.
X this factory rnakci the popular ami world-
famcd Climax Tlti.-, tUe ac'r.mledgcd stand-
ard for f.rst-class chcv.-ia,' totecco.
it this factory was established as lon ago as
X hut year (i90) it rsade ami sold the cnorn oui
quantity of i.-jBi.jSo I'j. or fourteen ll tu
sand tons of tu'jocco.
(t thU was more than or.e-.evcnth of nil the to
bacco made in the Unite.! State notwith
standing that there were 9C6 factories at work.
t in the last 3! years factory has helped
support the United .State Government to the
' extent of over Torty-f.-ur mi:.'-!. seven hun
dred thousand d..ars C?44w'.0"'-,:0 PW
into the U. S. Treasury in Internal Kcvenuc
the pay-roll of this factory i abot $i,oco,
000. ex) per year or $5o,.oo per week.
I this factory ctr..-lcys alw-t ,: operatives.
I Uiis factory makes such a wcnderful'y cowl
chenin Climax I'liig m-V ser facti
have tried to imitats i: la vIn, n Jpnf
now tr- to attract c-istom by o.'.crir. : larger
pieces of inferior cocils f r t'-c fci..c price.
t this factory r.cvcrt'.etfts cootinuc. to Sneae
its business cvciy -r.
it this factory Lf'..in -i to and :j operated by
Yturs, er)' tmy,
tVa n.rf HT.-,r!ifn1 TrintnnTt of thn Acfl!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Losaofnppctite, lloircla costive, 1'nlii la
tho head, with a dull ccnnntloa in tho
hacU parr Tain tindor tha chonldcr
bldp, Fullness after cat!as, vrith adlo
lr.el!nnt!cn to crcrtlonor hody or mind,
Irritability of temper, I.ovr oplrltn, ritU
u fccllnc of haYlnff neglected aotne duty,
Wcsriucrti I)lzxlnen3, Flattcrini nt tho
Heart. Dots before tho eyes, Headache
over tho rlzht eye, Itcatlenness, with
fitful dreams, Illchly colored Urine, end
XTJTT'S 111.1.3 aro especially adapted
to euch eases, 0110 dnuo clTccta such a
chrtui-'' of fcoMnjr if to astonish tlicsuffcrcr.
iuo'i inercR(iothB AppctUc.sn.l cause tho
v,r4r to Take 011 Flexh.thni H10 tytcm Is
notulaacrt.r.;d by th ir Tonic Action on
if.VlU-1 l. rrlf3I3tc. tJTinrrayni..ii.a.
G::at IIaiu or WHfKEKB changed to a
:tosr liLACS by a aincjic application of
his Drn. It impart? a natural color, acts
nstuutanroiisly. Sold by Drusgist-a, or
-ent by espress on receipt of 3 1.
Ofnco,-44 Murray St., Now York.
y. c jt rvcr coo : -.-
OUR NOBLE HEADS.
Vtuuicm?nts In Which t!ie Circa t
Ueu of t!tu Xatlou t'iud
The Hon. A. P. Gorman finds un
rcasins deliirht in two games poli
tico and basu h ill. Of the fo merha
has had a surfeit lately. NoV he.
looks for amusement to the diamond,
and seldom misses a confest:at the
Senator Hnf lor, of South Owrolina,
is a devoted' admirer. of -tu5sn.i
s,njoft.irrtwrtRrTTa5 is bt nrnT.z:,0 :OIia r:i,s,rH. i:I.i'.M ,.
ordr wlucli rolies for success more
on llic wa'ity of its scenery, ti tn.t e
anl otherui! than on literurv jm it
or ali!e acting. When on 0 the prut
ty ir! of the p'ay comes upon th
st.ie he is totally lost to all else, an. 1
iiier lowc.-s his ylasses till she dis
appears. v'nator Howell Jackon, of Ten-ns-.ec,
contriliiitcs more to tin -up-
( port 01 tlm drama than anv o:hcr
man in pa'd-c li.o. Fo ir ni'! -u a
, wct'Jc at the theater is not an uuiKuai
'ave ae for him. Opera is his espe
'i'liator In-alls is fond of c-m dv.
..eo.;- un a, pie.wo . ; .minor.
in ire particularly the subtle humor
11 1 . ... . .
of some old Kurdish comedies. There
no publi'.r m in who has a keen-r
M'i:-e of the r.dirulous, and no ma'i
i-.-.n show his enjovmeut hva heartier
S -nator Call, of Klori la, atton-b
t'.e theater quite frequentlv, but ha
onlv onev or twice been known to '
sin.le, and even 0:1 those, memo able
c.:o:i:i thc smiles are s.i.l t have j
come in at lh v. rori p!ac.. A joke .
is omethin tha th' Florida Sen.ttor
'vis r:?ver been able to comprehend. ''
A ; t!i is ju-i s nrich Cltwtaw to him.
Si-uator Five is seen more fr:-(ji-.etdly
in the billiard 100m than at
the theater. He i an e"dleni
shot. Mini dim s rna'cin iiins of fif
teen in a thro.- b ilt .tni . He lik".s
riding, too. mi I lakes d .inht in dis
Iliin his little i-and-dauh'e ,
who invariably o cuj-ieria position on
hrs knee durini: his drive.-.-.
j cra.'k oil!ar iist of Co-i're'S is
Wa.ner Miller. Thi Senator fr m
New York hariilles a cue a-! traet?
Tilly as Sloson, an. I thinks it iv i'.i
to run uj thirty pom's in an i.i
nin'. IK: is fond of" s ciety, in which
lr siiiii s on ac-ount of his po ishe.I
mariners. In the Senate, howvve
he is utterly iot, an 1 seem? to be iu
a constant staV of wonder at the un
accountable freak of fortune that put
Senator Bowcn, of t V.orado, jairred
a wide reputation at home as a jmker
player, nor ha his f.-::no d.m;nished
since his advent into poker circle-; iu
Vashin,'t"n. Wiien he sits down for
a (.'aim1 he assumes the innocent ex
pressiou of the "Heathen I hinee."
and can manipulate the car.l quite
a- 5itccesfu!ly as Ibet HaMe s hero.
Kike all men of genius, he is mo lest,
new r playing except when pressed ;
but once into it and he can scrape up
m ire lu.' h's than any player known.
Senator Coke's favorite recreation
is hunting up old hooks in the Capitol
Library and iu the book stores about
town. W.tir a tattered be ok and a
very bad cLar he parses his leisure
h'Uirs, varying occasionally bv sub
stituting oine Lone Star whisky for
One of the h-adinri icdestiians of
: Washington is Senator .(ones, ot
' Flotilla. His towering figure is fa
I miliar to all the residents of north
I west Washington,
i John Sherman seems to relish no
Senator Vest is fond of good din
ners ami the. jovial conversation- to
which they give rise. As a story
teller he ranks high, but lacks the
finish of Senator Vance, who is the
champion humorist of the Sena'e.
Senator Vest admires athid'ie
spot. He was quite a famous ath
lete himelf in the days of his repor
ter's life in Kentucky. 1 1 irli living
ha since taken the elasticity out of
his IhmIv and robbed his once well
turned limbs of their suj p'eness. He
is still a tolerable bill ar.I player,
however, and occasionally disp'ays
his skill in the hotel pool room.
Wade Hampton is a personal friend
of John Mci'u'lough and Lawtcnce
Bariett. When these actors are in
the city he is one of their lirst ca'lers.
lie has given dinners in their honor
both h re and at his horn?, and is a
regular attendant at their perform
ances. Senator Allison, who a few years
ago was the joliiest of public men, is
almost a hermit now, living a retired
life, and never appearing at places of
Mr. Ransom, of North Carolina,
wears a button-hole bouquet summer
ami winter, is very proud of his go d
figure, anil indulges freely in the
p'easures of society.
Senator Fair finds pleasure in giv
ing costly dinners, which display his
Mr. Kdmutul's principal sources of
amusement are musical and literary
Senator Morrill, the best preserved
septuagenarian I know, owes his ex
cellent condition to a quiet life, void
of anything like dissipation.
Senator Plumb regards newspaper
writing as a recreation, arrd indulges
irr it freely for the benefit of his Kan
The new Senators who came in
last session, are rather a solemn fet.
Tle'y include such men as Spouner, the
skefctonian railroad lawyer; Kustis,
the cranky Konisianian ; and ( hace,
the Rhode Island Quaker. Phila
(iabe snodgrass recently applte I
to the Rev. Aminiilab Bled,o i f th-
P!ue Light Austin Tabermu-le for p.
miliary assistance. " I jess can't do
hit," replied Parson Bledso; "I ha
to s'port my pore ole mudder."
4 Put ver pore ole mudder savs vc
don't do nutlin for her." ""Well
den, ef I don't do nuffin for my pore
:e mudder what's the use ob an out
si.ler like you trving to make nu
the!! out?' iTexas aiftings.
The Sentinel of Pomp:!'.
Eighteen hundred years ago tho
latter pai t of this month there occurred
one of the grandest tragedies ever re
corded on the pages of history. Two
Towing cities peopled with a husy
fopulace,. imbued with the thought
ess - security that a temporal rrgitit
presented, basked under Italian skies
on the sunny slopes of Vesuvius. In
the blaze of national glory they lived
beneath the proud standard of the
Honvtn empire,, and that was their
life's chiefest honor. k Bpyond the
maro animal, .existence, their only
eares were -personal ''comfort- and
pleasure, to both otxsfhich they ro
;c fr., n( ...
I 11 i i (inn t oi cat tftti it
j d jr. ranic tr jujiin.' hom .tnl yearly
1 frotn ail directions to tho " metres
o: the world." Kveiy city, town, ami
hamlet irave loval welcome and shout
to the conquerin-' heroes, an I in
return for the as.-urancus of allei
aniv, the captives, both men and
hearts, were distributed for tho future
amusement of the citizens. The old
emperor was dead, ami l'om;.e:i.
v Inch had just renderetl homage 1 1
trie newy-crowned litu, was to en
joy the national sports on the holiday
decreed tv the hauglitv sovereign.
. 11 n;i- nu-iium Mu-i , ;um in ti'in.-.
, rf triremes swir.g ng idlv
., -., .ir lt,..ilfl,.. ur !:...,:,
li gion statrorred at the barracks and
j guard houses, were the only evidences
1 ot inc. Silence haunted the s-a
I and land. ()utide the northern gate,
! leading to II.-rculauentn, iu the scanty
1 shade aiforded by the sentry Ihix,
) stood a Roman soldier, detailed to
guard the principal entrance to the
city. The afternoon approaches with
sultry steps, und the jvopulation seeks
th! refreshing baths to stir their
drowsy natures and innervate them
for the walk to the Coli-entn. at th.
extreme southwestern corner of the
city. The ne'.ghlioringeity of IItcu
laneum and subuiban villa 's sen !
j their quota to the great stone audtto-
r;::m, and thousands upon thousands
I liock thither to sate their depraved
j taste in the fiendish exhibition. The
j pio'ram:ne proceeds, and the de
1 lighted multitude sr.tve vent to their
j entJiu iasni in lan-hter, cb-ers, or ap
; p!aus. when h"t! a roar, a light,
I .... I 1.. l
an 1 tiivJ in-ii iin 111- ,1 iii:i" in i.auic.
" M.'lttri'ul." .' Mi'g i";r,-,.'.' S-tl.eum.
'. I '-c-.-." ci y thcaifiiglited jieople to
t'ne city's goiKless, and in their blinded
fury block the narrow gates of the
theater as they rush toward the city.
The story of that awful night, and
the week's euidinuo'is steim of burn
ri:g ashe-1, was written iri a book that
remained unopened iorsttwnteen cent
uri 'S. Pliny, the younger, left the
only account of the wonderful scene,
of which ho was an oye-witness,
wherein he describes the accident
which led his uncle, Pliny, the elder,
t. visit Pompeii o the day of the
eruption, and caused his death.
Ileiculaneum, nearer the crater, wa-buri.-rl
in the molten lava, which
formed an almost impenetrable en
velope to the lost city. Pompeii, at
a greater distance, wa "dirouded by
the ashes brought thither by the
w in l, ami com'e lucntly presents a
iirre opportunity for observations.
At the Herculanenni gate, above
mentioned, was found the rusted ar
mor of a PomjK'ian soldier, erect irr
the sentry-box, grasping a corroded
spear. The raging hell of Ve.-uviitR
fires burned out that spirit which the
storm could not queu. !, and forever
t!r story of the noble sentinel of
PonijHMi will remain as a synonym of
fidelity to duty.
Ruiwer says of him: 44 The fires
raged, the air was darkened, the
o- an of bla.-.ing lava Hooded every
st eet and house, pala e aird garden
Wildly shrieking multitudes 'rushed
thro.igh the pan U-mouium, making
the horrid scene still more hideous
by the death-wails, but amidst it all
the sentiri 'l rem line 1 iiio'lmlc-s in
his place, aw.titin.' the resurrection
of eighteen cen'urics to prove that
there was one faithful soldier irr the
doomed city of Pompeii who died at
his post and preferre I a dreadful
death to a shameful liight." Ex
change. Lurk ' .Vot T calibre rah It
Referring to tne little iucident of
th" Southern girl who sent President
''lew and the four leaf clover sh
had fo rnd.thc .Ye r l.r!- 7V;.f. joints
out tli it luck is not tr.t i-fentble.
That tin ling a loir 1 aved clover
b: injs good In. is univeis.tllv con
ceded. The i'lek. however, in liin'te I
to the finder, and is not nc.ot:aMe
Trie same is tr ue of horse-hoes. The
;n in who finds a horseshoe in the road
should le envie l evei by the Imldet
of half a million dollars' worth 01
mining stock, but he can no mo 1
convey his om1 luck to ano'he- man
by giving him the lurs s! oe than th
oAiierA-f the mining stock can enrich
his crrlitors by assigning the s'o-fc
to them. The tinder of hor-vsh-e - o
four lea veil clovers can destroy hi
own luck by giving th -m away an :
th.is i.isuiting fortune, but he cannot
convey to another the luck which he
Print Cloth ('o:iit::ipt;on.
IU is remarkable to notice what a
falling oir there has Ijeen in tne us
of print cloth for dresses and olhei
kir Is of wear, as compared with
twelve or fourteen years ajo. At
that time, when prints were selling for
from nine to twelve cents per yard,
print dresses were very much worn in
the summer time by the good house
wives and their children in our New
Kngland towns and cities; while at
the present time you can scarcely t-ee
a woman or child wearing print goods,
although they can be purchased for
from threo and a half to four cents jier
yard. This does not seem to corre
spond with the theory that lowering
the price of goods increases their con
sumption; but in this particular
instance it has acted quite to tho con
trary. A thief, the son of a burglar, is a
chip of the old block when he is a
copy on tho hook. "ittaburgh
Surprlsluj- Cu-toin Hotv Clrls'inro'
I'mauclputed. " "v it
In linssia, whero in the n-tldIe.-'.-.:-classes
the seclusion of womenyvrir i
even a few yea.is ago nearly a great' its -in
a harem, the advocate of womjn'a.
rights' would to-day find little: to -
inand for any class of females above . '
the level .of the peasantry. Tho muii
jik still adrninisteracorpomlcJiatis" '
meat to his wife -'as he would'toritfe-'
child, and hi right IoaIo -so, jhongh
ruk- owled red in practice. The g rl,
however, is nearly as in lep-n lent as
her male relations. Ki.-.elierb.otnep-,
and irom similar causes, she, loo,
olten becomes il.sgiisted with Ir
home, and dete ni.ned to seek what
she imitiines to be the delights of Uiu
in.U.;ienderit life led by the numeroits
female students who "follow variott ;
university courses, ami partkriilarly
that of medicine. Some lines, wheii
her parents refuse her (lemi s ik Ijo
lea'.e hom , she simply mart away,
ami having no passport h.v ;Hsttiiiti
la-comes il.ega , and slie ri.it nr.tiir
finds her coiupan o:i.s anrotij tli.
v. no, like hers -it, have got iitio .Aijte'
tneiiile with the author.1 ie;.
In sime ca--e.s eiith:i.-i.iU like KlI
ovieiF, who fired at the la'e cm.- ui
April, 1S7J. marry giri.-. wnh wukii
they have icarce.y any aeq::aintjn. v,
aud for whom they have 110 1'e.m s
01 atlection, tnereiy torn,- lit id iti a
tr.e obiia ion upo.iiainin a .an.-j., i
float their pa.-ents a. id thi-ir iti'Ajt,t
to Ieae home, l'ii.j vo:;ig ltu-tt I
.in I wile pi.H-e d tugetiijr Iu Hh k i
etsity town, artl Lure, It tviri,; it )
p.ir'icular ta-t h.r eac.i u'.hji '- ti
c;ety. they o.ten sepa ae ini'iied -ite-I;.
. and even where th-r wu :M dj
to :n.i'iiM.!i th.-ir rnalxti nuav
t on, th pre...-a e of ty and lite
i;:.i. ..Il:es -a their jn.dl on l'.-.j.K;t-y
i.b.i.,- ri -in iu p.ir; cotn;t
The en-atest doctors i:i Europe
don't seem to know what ails 4,Lnser
Thus are the Garfield and Grunt
episodes repeated, and public con
fidence in "expert" medical know
ledge is again shaken.
The eifjet is a revulsion.
Since the fatai davs of 1SS3, many
01 the doctrines ot the schoolman
concerning ex'ensive medication
have been abandoned, and all schools.
of practice are more and more rely-
mg upon old tashroned simple root
and herb preparations and careful
nursing, the only reliances known
to our ancestors.
These methods and reliances are
illustrated to-dav in a series of old-
fashioned roots arrd herbs prepara
tions recently given to the world by
the well-known proprietors of
Warner's safe cure preparations
matte from formula- posses-eJ by
many of our oldest families, ami
resr ucd for popular u e, and issued
under the happy designation of
Warrrer's Log Cabin Remedies.
4,.dy son," exehrmed a venerable
- oman to the writer when he was a
boy, 'iiiy son, vou'r yeller and pule
nnd weak hkc lookin . vou r neudur
a good shaking up with some sas'-
A jug of spring sarsaparilla was
ust as neivs-ary in the "winter
snpp ics ! 1 i;y years ago as was a
barrel f riork. and a lamous medical
aut 101 i'v savs that the verv general
prevalence of the use of such a prc
parat on as Log Cabin LuisaMirilhi
exj lams the rugged health of our
Wld'e Warner's Log Cabin Stusa-
1 . M
paril a i an excellent rerm-iiy ior ail
r-ea-on? of the vear, it is twrttctilarly
valuable in tne spring, when the
system is full of slu.gish blooil and
requ'ns a natural constitutional
tonic and iovigonttor to n.xit coltlfl
and pneumonia, and the effects of a
long wiriler. Philo M. Parsons,
clerk of th" City Hotel of Hartford,
Conn., was p ostrated with a cold
which, he say, "seemed to settle
through my body. I neglected it and
the result was my b!oo 1 lieeame im
poverished and poisoned, indicated
by inflamed eyes. I was treated but
i:iy eyes grew worse. I was obliged
to wear a shade over them. I feared
that I would be obliged to give up
"t'nder the operation of Yv'ainer'B
Log Cabin Sarsupari'la and Liver
Pills," he says, "The s re and in
flamed eyes disappeared. My blood,
I know, is in a heaUhier condition
than it has b.-en for years. I have a
much betb-r appetite. I shall take
several more 'bottles for safety's
sake. Warner's Log Cabin Snrsa
parilla is a great blood purifier audi
most heartily rccommei.d it."
A few bottles of Warner's Lo!
Cabin Sarsaparillau?edin the family
now wiil save many a week of sick
ness ami many a dollar of bils. Use
no other. This is the ol lest, most
thoroughly tested, and the best, is
I ait up in the largest sarsap.irida
lotlle on the market, containing 12J
doses. There is no other preparation
of similar name that can equal it.
The name of its manufacturers is a
guarantee ot its superior worth.
While the great doctors wrangle
over the technicalities of an advanced
medical t-cience that can not euro
dir-euKc, such simple preparations
yeariy snatch millions from untimely
Whan a $5 bill ;3 dropped into th"
contribution bos it makes jus'
enough no so to be heard in Heaven
Oxbcrienco was a bully dcachcr.
D.jr only trouble mit him vac dot ho
gifs his knowledge out vh.in it vas
pooty lato. Ctrl Pretzel's Weekly.
It is announced that Senator Ev
arts is a silver man; and judging
from certain of his methods of con
veying information we certainly
know ho isn't agohlau one. fJudge.
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