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Grant .Co. News
Several hnrd frosts have nip
ped vegetation, excepting in shel
tered nook and corners.
Roads are full of
holes" and the dust is awful. No
rain for a longtime accounts for
The season of "snow squalls"
is at hand, and the mighty IHue
mountain summits have had
thuir share lately.
Silver"spoons have been un
earthed in the ruins of Pdmpei.
This account for the rumor that
Pen lUitlcr is going to Italy.
Why do Chinamen rage and
the taxpayers imagine a vain
thing? Simply because our
county jail is not large enough.
The dance at Masonic hall Jast j
Friday evening was a vcrv enjoy- i
able affair, but the Xkws has not
space to give it more than a pass-
Tile man who says he will wel
come death as arclease from a
life made up of sorrow, generally
sends for four doctors when he
1ms the colic.
It may not be to the liking of
some, but we have contracted for
a lot of snow which will probably
be delivered some time next
month or before.
mis of Burns have ex
pressed themselves in this wise.
that if they fail to get the land j
office of the new district they j
"had as well move awav." j
has been riding
almost every day since his term
of ofliee commenced, and. the
creditable showing on the coun
ty .s ere .lit account is due to his
efforts as a delinquent tax . col
lector. Stock ranges
5XAOT, but what
rain we might
have now will not Help the grass
nny, only aiding it to spring up
earlier when the snow goes off at
the end of winter if we are to
have any snow.
Dr. Ilorsley is contemplating
in the near future embarking
again in the drug business, lie
is a physician and pharmacist of
much experience, but ill health
lately had almost compelled him
to abandon both his business and
In Judge Rulison's Court last
Monday the notorious Polly Wil
son was fined 10.00 for con
tempt of court, and sent to jail
until the fine was paid. She and
her worthless admirers are caus
ing Grant county no end of ex
pense and the respectable portion
of this community lots of annoy
ance. We understand the case of
Grant vs Iike county will be
curried to the supreme court.
Such a decision as that rendered
by the circuit judge at Klamath
county would lorce dram to pnv
the entire indebtedness if it !
should be possible for the county
to lie divided at the coining ses
sion of the legislature.
On this side of the divide com
ing out of Harney valb'V a fami
ly has settled at what is called
ctold springs. The place will
probably be made a summer re
sort, as we cannot sec what other
practical use can be made of it.
Hardly a level patch large
. enough to set a hen can be found,
but wood and water and fresh
mountain air and scenery arc
Halleck Spinks. who has figur
ed rather conspicuously in the
courts lately, as soon as his sun
ienee in the county jail for va
grancy expired, went To his old
stopping place, and in due time
was arrested for lewd cohabita
tion. A trial was had before
justice of the peace X. Kulison.
am the prisoner was placed un
der bonds inthe sum of $H00 to
appear lfore the grand jury.
John Garrison brought to our
oUiee last .Monday a line iot of
strawberries which grew this fall,
:tnd were plucked on the 22nd
of October. Some of the berries
by actual measurment were six
inches in circumference, although
somewhat lacking in the richness
which characterizes the summer
fruit. Mr. Garrison lias plants
io sell, and those of you who
wish to buy would do well to con
Petitions to the next legisla
ture of Oregon ars now being cir
culated, praying that body for a"
more stringent law prohibiting t he
slaughter of a deer for their hides.
It should be sighed by every
botlv. and then the legislature
should and doubtless will do all I
that lies in its nower to prevent !
the wholesale killing of deer. It
L t i
is too late to be of much benefit
to this portion of the state, for
there are but few deer here to be
protected. Indians are allowed
to COH13 from the reservations
.every season and slaughter deer
Jn the mountains of this county,
nnd if it is not stopped and that
rctly soon we shall have no
deer to project. There should be
some special legislation on the
subject of allowing siwashes to
leave the reservation.
One week from Tuesday we
Gather in your winter applos
and replenish your wood pile.
How the cold winds begin to
howl, and the Thomas cats to
An entertainment is talked of
' "t an early day for the public j
J school beneut.
! Hear in mind circuit and coun
' ty court will convene one .week
1 from next Monday.
j Canyon City is "standing in"
i with her fire boys, and her fire
boys appreciate Canyon City,s
Will Baldwin, the oldest brass-
band leader in Eastern Oregon,
j expects to remove with his faini
i Iv to "Webfoot" this fall.
From Silvies valley and Har
ney valley (earns are ensuing
over almost everv day for fruit
asm vegeiames ana otiser sun-
Anions our Cillers from Dia-
mond valley and other points
south we must through courtesy
mention our old-time friend
Wit Smith, who was in town
Harney valley farmers will
have the flour-making qualifies
of their grain tested at the .John
Day mills. .So far as we have
been able to learn their grain
makes very good flour.
A Taeoma man bet $'20 on a
political yarn that he saw in a
newspaper, and lost the money.
A man that bets on the truth of
nine-tenths of the cum nt t o'il-
ieal trash will always lose.
J. W. Tracy is running his
stag line from here to !!!irns
with good stock, and m iking the
trough trip at present in a little
j over fourteen hours, which is
j good time considering the condi-
tion of the roads.
i Defenders of American la
j bor" and "Oppression .y Mo
nopolies" are themes that have
long since been worn thread
bare. What a terrible thino- it
is to be an American voter and
have to listen to them.
Freddie Fisk, who has been
making his home with Mr. and
Mrs; J. II. Xeal in Diamond val
ley, returned to his parents' home
this week.. Fred has been known
as "John's bad boy,' but it is to
be hoped he has improved in
that regard since his absence
Again one man has, single
handed', robbed a stage coach in
Arizona in which there were
five passengeis. "When live
men and a driver allow them
selves to be thus robbed by one
lone road agent they deserve to
be punished along with the rob
ber. One of the I'. S. Mail sacks
was loe-t by the driver just this
side of Prairie City last Friday
evening. Before arriving at
John Day he missed the sack.
but jumped on a horse and rode
buck farcnouoh to find the miss-
mg receptacle for the people's
Constable Todhusiter, accom
panied by Ira Sproul and Hor-
j ace Sloan captured the third
j Chinaman hist Sunday morning,
i who was wanted for robbing the
Humboldt sluices. The China-
man was pretty well hid at "Man
Hat s plaee down on the John
Day, but he could not escape
capture. He is under $31)0 bonds
to appear before the grand jury.
Fully nine regular boarders at
Gray's retreat. The jail is not
so full but what more can be ac
commodated if it should become
neceessary. Crime must feel the
hand of the law if Grant comity
is bankrupted thereby. Better
have no credit than to allow
criminals to go unpunished.
Make an, example of some one
for the good of flu community in
Subscribers to the Xkws com
plain of not getting their paper
regnhirly, and some weeks none
at all. Postmasters in the coun
try are in no enuiable positions
and their work is hard with little
or no reward. but they all
know their duty to which they
are sworn to perform. We trust
the errors and mistakes will close
and no cause for complaint will
hereafter be given.
A strapping big fellow with a
strapping big gun and a strap
ping big gall who formerly work
ed for Peter French, came into
town with Bill Christian last
Monday and at once proceeded
to fill himself up with bug-juice.
He expressed his determination
to "take the town," and at night
went down to Chinatown and
raised a disturbance there. OMi-
cer totimmtcr "naileo nun as
he was in the act of escaping
with a watch belonging to one of
the Celestials and took it away
from the "bad man," who was
examined next day on the very
light charge of carrying a con
cealed weapon. The prisoner re
fused to give his true name, but
was convicted tinder the cogno
men of John Doe. Judge Ruli
son's sentence was a line of 15
and costs, which the guilty par
ty paid and left town.
Heavy frosts. .
We've had rain.
Cooler weather generally.
"Big Steve" is on the sick list,
and he looks sick.
Sheriff Gray was in town a few
days ago on business.
Mr. Mills of North Fork has
moved to town to winter.
.Fas. Cleaver spent a few days
doing the town as assessor.
('has. Miller passed through
the other day looking after his
A man from Greenhorn stop
ped at the hotel a few nights ago,
and reports himself as being the
only miner or prospector left in
the mountains. Snow lias mov
The publishes of the 5 cent
Graded Grammar for schools
should revise his circulars, as I
saw in a copy received by the
Principal of Public Schools, the
word grammar, spelled grammer
twice, and the word technicali
ties, spelled technicalities. He
says he teaches language. Per
haps he does but he can't beat
Josh Billings on the spell and
Our village has been en'lincd
quite often by the noble Red
Man of the forest, who have been
on their annual hunt and are
now returning. They report
poor success too much fire too
much sheep. They need protec
tion and the sheep must go.
They are the governments wards
in th 'ir second infancy and
d. maud of the Grand Old
j parh, to protect them or they
hunt no more.
Born to Fred Cabbell on Sun
day the Mth, a girl. This is. a
high 1 orn 1 abv bevond a doubt,
as Mr. Cabbell lives over 7000
feet above the level of the sea.
it is a minor, but spell the word
with an 'o. 5 Tho infant indu.
try ought to be protected.
What is the matter with t he
mails? we get your paper about
once a month, and one subscrib
er has received three copies in
two months. The fault must be
in the side offices from here to j
Baker and it should be looked
Benson and Woods made quite
a raid o:i the elk last week. They
brought in three elk and osie
deer as the result of one day's
work. Woods starts to Missouri
soon for his family which he in
tends bringing to Granite.
Teams may be seen every day
or two headed for the Cabbell
ami the Monumental mines load
ed with grub ami fixtures. Xei
ther of these are in operation yet.
Mr. G. Cleaver and family and
Mr. A. Bachnian and family
leave this week for the moun
. . .
Went to Burns.
The Xiiws.nian paid a Hying
trip to Burns, the future would
be county seat of Harney county.
Tn he lirief iiwl to the noint.. we
cihimIv ori'M'xl ni Hiirnu nwl I
. .11.11',, .11. .'......J, '
alighted from Tracy's stage coach
about 7 o'clock p. in. ''Burns
was quiet," the residents said.
In the course of the evening,
I however, we learned that sever
! al of them had "blowed .Judge
Barker in for a half," which was
counted upon as a great event,
and it seemed a feat not usually
accomplished. On making in
quiries of John Wash the stage
driver he translated the phrase
''blowed Judge Parker in for a
half to mean that in a game of
seven-up Judge Barker had been
beaten, ami it had cost him fifty
cents, or a half dollar. Judge
Barker had two large turnips on
exhibition which were grown
near town without irrigation, and
this was about all we had time
to see in Burns owing to the
fact that we came away next
morning at four o'clock except
Bro. I). j. I ! race of the Herald,
and several other acquaintances.
Burns folks were feeling right
bad on account of the rumor that
Drewsey had secured the new
land office, which in fact would
be a most desirable fixture for
any small town, and one calcula
ted to build up a place permanently.
A band of noble si washes in- j berry plauts Uecouda and Sharp
fested the town this week, look- I less- which plants well tilled will
in; as if they were on their way
back to their own illahe.
Phil letschan and wife and
Miss M. L. Douthit arrived
home Tuesday from their ex
tended visit to Los Anoeles
know "ought cousins to marrv?"
Why certainly; all the other re
latives get married; why should
n't a cousin marry?
I will be in Prairie City Oct.
22, and will remain two or
three weeks. All work guaran
teed. E. A. Ivnioiit, Dentist.
The Dead Letter Ofliee re
ceived 4,80S,000 letters last
year, for about a third of which
owners were discovered. Mon
ey to the value of $1,795,7G4
was found in 17,588 letters.
COPP'S LAND REVIEW.
The New Homestead LawGlad
Tidings for Homeless Thousands.
A new land bill of great im
portance to persons who have
heretofore exhausted their rights
under the homestead and pre
emption laws has passed the
Senate and with important
amendments has been adopted
by the House of Representatives
and returned to the Senate for
concurrence in the amendments.
The bill as passed by the Sen
ate permits all persons who have
filed under pre-emption or home-
steau law, out wno tor any rea
son have failed to acquire title to
lands, to agrfin file under the
homestead law and acquire title
to not more than one quarter
section of public land.
The first amendment added by
the House of Representatives au
thorizes registers ;(nd receivers to
grant leaves of absences to those
who have made entries and who
"by reason of drought, whole or
partial destruction of crops, sick
ness, or other unavoidable casu
alty," are unable to "secure a
support for himself, herself, or
those dependent upon them,"
such absence not to exceed one
year at any one time, though the
period of such absence shall not
be counted as residence upon the
land in making proof and perfect
The second amendment pro
vides that persons, who have
made homestead entries for less
than one quarter section may
make additional entry for land
contiguous to the original home
stead not exceeding, with the
land in such original entry. 100
acres, or if the entry man elect
they may relinquish the original
entries and make new ones the
same as though they had never
made entries, except that no fees
or commissions shall be exacted
from the entryman for suehaddi- ;
tional or new entries. The resi- j
di nee which has been mad': upon
the original entry will count as ,
residence upon the additional or !
siew entry in making final proof, I
and where satisfactory final proof;
has already been made on tin
original entry no proof on the ad
tlilional or new entry will no re-1
quired, but patent may issue. '
This will be glorious news to ,
thousands of persons anxious to j
acquire homes but debarred from j
doing so under existing laws.
There is little doubt that the
bill will pass the Senate as
Copies of the bill can be had I
by addressing members of Con- i
gress. H'KXBV X. COPP. !
sprinkle of snow on the
mountain tops yesterday morn-ino-
is a reminder that over
coats will soon be a necessity.
MissL. E. Middlesworth lias
just received 1-er winter stock of
inillinerv direct from New York
City, consisting of ladies and
Misses bats, Tarn O'Sh tuteis, fa
cimdois, laces, ribbons, etc. etc.
Come early and make vour selee
tioii'. It is now decided by a Mult-
county jury that any
person bitten by a Siberian
bloodhound, is entitled to 8-lUO
from the owner of the brute.
This decision was rendered last
Thursday, in the case of A. K.
Dunne vs. Win. Pfunder, in de
partment of state circuit court.
"Prisoner." observed the Ar- '
kansaw judge with impressive
dignity, "while I have no objec
tion to your addressing me fa
miliarly when you meet me in
my saloon, I wish you to under
stand this court when in regular
session, tolerates no insolent fa
miliarities from anybody, and I
give you notice that the next
time you address this court as
"Poker Jim" shall kick you
clear up trough your shirt collar.
Go on with the testimony, gen
I have 2 thoroughbred Here
ford and 1 Holstein Bull at Trow
bridge's ranch, which I will ex
change for marcs
Nnw.MAN H. Cottuki.i..
i Strawberries, Strawberrii
! I will sell at iny garden on the
Hat above Canyon City, two of the
i largest and best varieties of Straw
nusa Demos tuat measure m cir
j cumference from 1 to S inches and
even larger, at the rato of io cents
per hundred at the garden,
All those lcuowi'jg themselves
indebted to me foi the delicious
fruit for the past years must come
to time by the first of November.
John A. G.utio.
Wheat Raisers, Attention!
Notice to wheat raisers is here
by given that we will grind Wheat
for pay at the rate of 50 cts. for
every 100 lbs of Flour turned out,
provided it is brought in quanti
ties not less than fifty bushels;
otherwise we will exchange Flour
for Wheat. Further, that we will
guarantee the flour equal to the
very best, provided good wheat is
Highest Market Price paid for
James Norman Sc Co.
John Day City, Sept. 2G, 1888.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washington, Oct. 10, SS.
The crowd of spectators pres
ent when Ex-Senator Thunnan
addressed the United States Su
preme Court this week in the
Bell Telephone case, was unusu
ally large, the small space allot
ted to the general public being
tacked with people. Justices
Gray and Mathews were absent.
T)mm liMic ;i rmr?i 1 vmi In imiiiiiir
man laid his bandanna and
snuff box on the table, a smile
in little Chief Justice Fuller par-
licipated 1 he speech .occupied
about thirty-five minutes, an,
nooi I iiu iKiiiue ui ine Miiyrct '
was heavv and dry. Mr Thur-'
man appeared much
than when he arrived last Satur
day, and spoke with energy.
After his speech, .Judge I liur
nian went over to the office of
Secretary of the Senate and held
quite a levee. Senators of both
political parties came uptoshake
Ill's hand, and congratulate him.
How much mental reservation
there was in some minds need
not be estimated. The result in
Xovember is so doubtful that
every candidate is a power until
after election. Then the bandan-
it . t ti i
na v.'iu oe eitner tne prouu in
signia of a victorious host, or the
reviled rag that led a lost cause.
On Tuesday evening the Presi
dent, Judge Thurnian; Represen
tative Scott, and Speaker Car
lisle met at Oak View for a coun
sel of war. The three cornered
mayority fight in New York is
said to have been the main sub
ject of consideration.
The bill introduced in the Sen
ate to pay the widow of Chief
Justice Wiate the balance of a
year's salary. $.s.7 !., around a
great deal of ill feeling. Senator
Berry insisted that there wa- no
precedent for such an a.:taa.
Senator Fsmund replied tli.ti
inasmuch as Marshall, Taney
and ('has.' died without leaving
widows. -a precedent could ivird-
ly be expected. Senator Hoar,
called attention to the fact that ;
of a year's salary is I
j always paid to Uk- widows ofSeii-
j ators and Representatives.
nerry aiierwarus witimrew ms
call for yeas and nays, adding
that .Justice Waite must have j
i i i i i
been a very extra vagrant man.
and that the bill would't lio
through the House. With due
respect to the eld;r Berry, .th.re
can be no doubt of the ultimate
passage of the bill. 'Fundamen
tally it may be wrong, but is con
sistent with all recent legislation.
The report of Senator Hale's
special investigating committee,
went to the Senate on Wedno:4
day. making a printed document
of about 50 pages. The report
alleges rewards of Federal em
ployes on trumped up charges of
partisanship, participation of
Democratic employes in political
conventions, political assess
ments unpunished, and the vio
lation by the president of civil
service pledges. .Most of the
charges are such as have been
frequently discussed in the news
papers. N'o action was taken.
Senator Hiscock of New York
had one dav to himself this week
and delivered a lengthy tariff
speech. The argument advanc
ed were those usually adduced in
favor of protection, though the
speech was not violently parti
san. The Senator insisted that
the Mills bill was selfishly sec-
tional. . Mr. Hiscock retains the
I .eejieiu rHtiivi.i iii.iii.ier iii.ii
j so greatly distinguished him in
the 1 louse.
. The informal conference of Be-
1 1 I r. . v. ... 1 . . , n 1 1 . tr 4l.at4
publican Senators as to adjourn
ment, was productive of no decis
ion. There is a doubt as to
whether a quorum of the Slates
could 1 e held in Washington, if
the tariff bill was continued be
yond next week. The democrats
say that the Senators want to go
home, and are afraid tojro. Seis-
ator Ingalls says that you can
expect an adjournment when
vou see it. i
In the House, Mr. E. B. Tay
lor's announcement that he
would object to any further legis
lation except on pension or ap
propriations, is accepted as a re
publican longing to adjourn. Mr.
Dough'Tty also raised the point
of "no quorum" and on Wednes
day demanded that the journal
he corrected to show that th
Electoral Count bill passed with
out a quorum. This being prom
ised, he contained his soul in pa
tience. Both sides are afraid of
Secretary Whitney is informed
that a canal boat has jusjt run
plumb into the new cruiser Bal
timore and broken her rudder.
The department yill investigate
If there were a quorum in the
House, it might be well to pass a
law punishing with fine canal
boats which "injure our navy.
The American navy should not
be wantonly injured by careless
and muscular canal boats. I
The individual expenses allow
ed in contested election cases in
the House amounted to $25.d;10
Speaker Carlisle was allowed
At Spokane Fall, W. T., the
other night the county jail was
brken and 21 prisoners made
QUEER USES OF ELETRICITY
Extracts From the Rural Press.
Remarkable Cure of Blindness.
Charles IS rugger, living a fev
miles east of Hillsboro, has nearly
recovered from blindnesi induced
! b U.enseh, UUllor th
treatment of Dr.s. Darrin, of Port-
laud, Under the advice of a phys
ician of this place. Charley says;
! rortInml for Jreatment,"
. enllc,nan oli, him
he went to a prominent oculist in
have to go and remain at the ho?-
hm n..h tiiii.L- hk lnfi. pva
could be cured. Tl.o boy then
consulted the Dr.s. D.irriu and
they agreed to treat him outside
t ho hospital, he comimr to their
olllce a few times each week.
treatment has been a success. n:.-is, are confidentially and mig
Prom nearly total blindness, he cessfully treated. Cm es of private
has almost recovered his former i disuses guaranteed. Ci'enlars
power of vision, and called at j sent free. Most cases can receive
tln3 ollice one day thia week ask-. home treatment afrer a visit to the
ing that ihe marvelous cure be
made public. The sight of the
right eye is fully recovered, and
the left eye gives no pain and is
being rapidly cured. This re
markable cure indicates that the
I lis. Darrin are eminent oculists
and are entitled to a high sent in
the medical profession of tbis
Open Letter From Ex-Gov. Hill.
Ai.iuna Or., Oct. 4, 1SS3.
To whom it may concern:
Tiiis is to certify that our little
son Claud, who is now fouryoirs I
old, w..s alHieted witn dischaiging I
or running sore eo at tillage of
') monlht old, 'cursed by severe
cold, and lontiuued to grow
notse until the odor from it wis
mi t ad :t. tun- it vva.s almost un-i-'nr.
!.. iU . -o had severe ear I
.!!; :tl r ilMt. Ab ut ttie Jir.it of I
tm- yea. We took him o i
l)r. bun in, ')', I-' f-it sreet, j
Poriian I, w e oi:ueimo-l t:eit
in:,' mm, an 1 m three months hi-e-ir
dad t oi running, and t-d:y
they are :u.un;l and well, and he
hears as good as can be. The
cure is perfe-;ly sntifaelor in
ev-ry particular, and wo can chwer
fullv recommend the doctois and
their treatment to those .similarly
Mil a: MRS. C. II. & M. . HILL
A Quick Cure.
One of the ipiickost cures per- j
lormed v the Dis Darrin tool:
I lace on Sunday last. On Fnday
there arrived in the city from
Clicknieas county a mirer by the
name of E. Stalnaker. His left
kiue was swolen so that it filled
the leg of ips pantoloons tightly.
He called on the doct. is on Sat
urday and took one of their elec
tro.niiiguotie treatments, winch,
vith a liniment rubbed on, so re
duced the swelling that the kuce
was reduced down to ds normal
condition in twenty-four hours.
Mr. Stalnaker was cured an 1 very
grateful to the doctors for curing
hi in. The swelling was caused by
oxposure and injuiy in tha mo i i
tains and would have re .ulted in
the loss of the leg if a cure had
not been affected in time. Mr.
Stalnaker is a inau ontirely with
out means, vet to the credit if
Dvs. Darrin be it said they treitul
I him free of charge aup gave him
! liva dollars worth of medicpios be-
sides. This case is certainly the
! most remarkable for bein ' a quick
cure the Northwest has ever had
in its boundaries Mr. Stalnaker
now resides in East Portland P.
O. box No. 3GS.
Deafness Cured in Twenty Minutes.
As a reportei of the Northwest
was coming down Fist street just
after lunch on Tuesday last, and
as he came in front of Meier Y.
Frank's mammoth store, he saw an
old gentleman enter whom he
thought ho know and whom he
wibhed to see on businees, so the
reporter followed him in. When
he came up to him it pioved not
to bo the peison sought but an
old German by the naino of Gee.
H. Papenborg, about 55 years of
ago, who lives at Tualatin posl
ollice, Washington county, and
who is well known. Entering in
to couersalion the old gentleman
made the follo.wing remarkable
statement: "1 was deaf in my
right car for ten years and in my
left one for about a year and u
half. I was so deaf that the peo
ple had to hollow loud to me to
make me hear. Dr. Darrin gave
me one treatment of about tweuty
minutes, and I can now hear na
well as ever. There is no mistake
about my hearing now, and I am
Had to be Led to the Doctor's Office.
air. and Mrs. Ur. H. Auatin are
stopping at the International ho
tel, this citv. There is nothing
remarkable in that, hut what is
most wonderful is the fuct that
she had been blind ftom an e
aflliction of nine months, standing
so bad that she had to be led to
the doctor.s oflie. Her good
genius prompted her to visit Dr.
Darrin, and after a three months
course of otlice aud homo treat
ment she n ;w rejoices in a perma
nent cure. Mrs. Austin is well
known in East Portland, and her
Deafness Cured after Fhirty-stx Years
-Mr. Editor Dear Sir: I wish
you to sUto in your paper that
Dr. Dai t in, of 23.1 Fifth street,
Portland, has successfully treated
my right e u- for almost total denf
ness of thirty -si v yeara' standing.
Too. much cannot be sid for his
new cure for deafness by el triei
ty. I will answer any ipquirits'as
Jacksonville, Or. Mv nge is 1'L
OFFICE HOt nS AXD PLACn or BCSINBSS
The doctors cm be consulted at
2'!." Fifth street, corner oi ?Iain,
PorMand. from 10 to I daily: qvq
niugc, 7 to S; Sunday-. Ill to 15.
All curable chronic diseases, loss
of manhood, blood taints syphillis,
gleet, gonorrhre.i. stricture, sper
matorrhoea, seminal weakness or
loss of desire of sexual power in
I man or woman, catai rli and deaf
Hrs Darrin have a branch ouico
at Walla V:d!n, T., whero they
can be consulted at the Stine
LOG CABIN SUCCESS.
What ails the yoiui men?
Itobert (Jarrett's father left him a
fortune of twenty millions, lie was
from childhood reared in luxury; ho
received a splendid education" with
an especial training into a thorough
knowledge of railroad management
and wai exjiecled to succeed his
father as a railroad kin::. Within
three years after the icsH)nsibilities
which his father's death threw upon
him were assumed, he is reported a
broken down man, with mind and
health permanently shattered.
(ieorue Law is another young man
left with millions of money, who is re
ported among the ''wrecks." Ilia
lather, bred a stone mason, was of
KSKantic size and strength, with com
mensurate brain power, so he becama
a great contractor, then a railroad
king and left half a dozen millions
for his son to ilis.-ipaler The voung
man is a success as a dissipator."
The founders of both of these great
estates were born in the most humble
walks of li e, grew strong, mentallv
and physically, by simple livinir anil
honest labor and developed into finan
cial giants. Their sons were reared
in the lap of luxury and developed in
to intellectual pigmies.
The great men of our country have
not, as a rule, come from the elegant
mansions of the cities, but from the
Log Cabins of the rural district.
.Simple ways of living, freedom from
dissipation and enervating pleasures,
simple remedies for disease, effective
mid which leave no poison in the
system, develop brawnv, brainv men.
their strength and power.
who compel ine v.ori i to recognizo
The wholesome, old-fashioned Loir
Cabin remedies are the safest and sur
est for family use. Our grand
mothers knew how to prepare the tea3
and syrups of roots, herbs and
balsams which drive disease out of-,
the system by natural methods and
leave no after i:l effects. The must
potent of the.-e old-time remedies
were, after long and searching investi
gation, secured by II. II. Warner of
safe cure fame, anil are now put out for
the healing of the nations " in the
Warr.cr's I..jg Cabin remedies.
Kegulate the regulator with War
ner's J.og Cabin sar-aparil!aand with
pure blood giving health, strength,
mental and bodily vi.zor, you may
hope to cope successfully with the
most gigantic financial problems ot
the age, without wrecking health and
TtiN r''le."icvfr ariiw. 1 1 1 el 4 p-iri-ty,
stren;;lli anil rholsotnncv. Morj r-SMMW-ical
tla-i the i-il i;a y liiti, siul eafttioi be
so!d lu om;ii,t'iMii it'-i tlw rviHitmU; f law
tvt, lirtnei-i'it, ultltii ir ph-wpaa.- puJ
Snlt! onlv iu cany. Ko-l C '. ::i ' Trtwrttcr Co.,
mi v !i:i st., n y
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
l.uibcud is in the e nplov
0. R. & N. Co.
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