Grant County news. (Canyon City, Or.) 1879-1908, September 18, 1890, Image 1

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ml Winiifinuoeii; tin Ur
gent cinciilntinn, thfri'fr
ii th" lxt for ndxei tiling.
THE jYKWS
Is a jnwjmjK'r for tho
people, hiLoiiiiK for tliu
people and (.ieiiix tho son
tiuicnU of the pcoplo of
iU own i ii nt County.
T COUNTY M5M
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CAXVOX CITY, (Hi A XT COUXT )'. 0 li ICOOX, THURSDAY, SE PTIC. 1 It lilt JS. ISOO.
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THE GRANT COUHTY IIEE
IL'IMtSIIIU) KVCMV TllfRSIUV MOII.SI.NO
-KY
jJ. . A SIS DRY
' Editor nnd Proprlotor.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Subscription 1 year in mlruncu oO
If mil paid within l montlm S.'l OU
Nix Months I SO
Throt Months '
ADVHUTISIN'C ItATKS.
1 """" ' '
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it inch It mo S'.I.OO 1 yoar ' .TJ.0O
J col ' :i mo lU.OOj I venr j $11 00
- col 51 mo '21.00 1 year 883.00
1 col j a mo i lO.OOj 1 yoar ; 140.00
l''or standing display mis only.
All Kottdin Notices in Local
'Joliunn will bo clunjod nt tho rate
of 20 ccnU por lino for first, anil 10
cts each mibcHi'iiont insertion.
Spocinlrates to regular ndvortii,ors.
wk xuk I'Iii:pa)ii:i to r.xcci'TK
jk Job Printing
OP EVKIIY DESCItll'TIOK, CIIKAl'I.V
Posters, Dodgers, Billheads, Latter
bonds, Notohuudt, Slnto
uionts, InvitntioiiH,
Tickets, Cards
Ktc, utc.
rillNTKP TO OltDl'.It.
OFFICIAL 1)1 KKLTOKY :
Co. .1 mlyi) (!. 1. Hiizoltino.
Clerk George Shearer
Trousuior N. H. Holey.
r, . . ( V. II. Johnson.
CoinmisMonors j Ll jj i,ilvis
Surveyor I. NV. Mnck.
SltrritY O. I'. Ciosnp.
AssuKsur Clms. Tiiuin.
School Supt M. N. HonliHin.
Stock Inspector .... V. W. Hinton
Dist. Jllllgl'S
'Disc. A fount v
I). Clifford
Jiitnos A. l'"ce
... C. V. Hyde.
SKtMlliT SOUIliTlrX
AF & A Wl C'.niyrni City Lodo
No. .'I l meets Saturday on or lieforn
each new moon.
I O O F HoUh lod;o So. '22,
Canyon City, regular mcft ini Thtiiv
day ovening of inli week.
Motuittiii Vi'w I.(m( So. X, Praiiir
City, aturiluy oM-nings.
A O U VV Hoi'ior Lodgn So. T,
Canyon City, .Monday fwiiiiif;,
I OX? T lJ''V '"
C.miii City, Saturday evi-niu.
C A ' "'" I l.iiuiK-lj 1'o.st No.
HI .Mi n lia, Tuesday fvi.'iiintc on
or f -n- :i h full moon.
DENVER.
Oiiialia, Kansas City. Chicago,
. GT PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
Hast, North & South,
AT
ItiUI.U CITV.
H. C BOWERS - Tlckot Acont.
DEl'l' Y STOCK INHIMCCTOKS
Notice is hurt by given th t I liavo
thin day appointed tlio following por
koiih deputy Hloclc insprctors for
tiraut county, Oregon:
SAMKS,
L. II. Johnson, . ,
John H. linker,. ,
J oli ii C. K an, . , ,
John llliickw'ull, ..
Woods Carter,...
Win. Hull
U. S. Itlackvvell,.
It. M. JollliMIII. . .
Hsuj. Uunsiikor, .
Lovo Uuilev
WmUilliH.. . .
i-osTomcr..
DMVvillu
Caleb.
John Day.
Long Creek.
Foi.
I'niirio City.
Ilnuiiltou.
Hhoolly,
Wuntmr.
Stowuit
ltitter
W W. II into v.
Stock liifi"0tor for Ci rant Co., Or. .
Mav 7ih, .V'- !
AXLE
GREASE
miTiRlrRtSE
HK48Ki ON SALB !
FRAZER
m:sr ix tiii: woiti.n.
llawvarlotf Qualltlir unurpaitd, acluatlr
CKitlulmir two U.M nt nor oibtr tiranH M
.nctibyht. :3r;i;i"iiii;a:.N i im:.
rouBi.r.iivnrijii3orNFUAt.i.Y. tyr
A MOUNTAIN Ol' OOLD.
I'r. m lk lira lil I .
It ii now n little more than sev
en year. ngo since two old Queens
hind in inerr. brotheis of the name
of .Morgan, found tliiiiiiselvus in
lJookhampton pretty well "broke,"
! nnd thought they would try iuuI
bettor their fortunes by n prospect
ing expedition. Not having funds
enough of their own siillicicnt to
equip tlieni, t lie y applied to Mr.
Hull, then the mtinugor of the
Queensland Nation d Itimk, nnd
he, having known the .Morgans for
years us hardworking, intelligent
minor, agreed to become their
"backer." That id, lio win to pro
vide funds for purchasing tools
and rations while thuv were out
llU4t,
So Ml (I 1
wcr, 1 1. .
Krrntr&t i . - -
w'm ..ItE'u
Imlv. ntut hr Tlltirht
luuc aililol tl 1 riiul force, ttn.t merit
i tlir rvciirc siiccru. W.xltiiu't
Kobcrtinc t Oie itvnon in of merit, nnd
it j history if snricn. TVic umirix! rf.
feci of lliU irr.iiiiti.Mi l ave licru attctt
ed by tlioii'Uiinli. of tli. lrmliM; liulic of
ocicty ami tlir- tUic " itlieonlv arti
cle ever divovtreit ulnvh (;ivc a iS'ittur
at ami Ueoulii't tun to the imiii1cxio:i,
nt the Mime tutu; mno.-i.iy .ill loiif.lii rM
of the fute ami -'run Rno leaving the
Viti oft, nuiMilh mil velvety. It hat
lotiK been the ntuil) -if (.lit'iiil'nts to pro
duce an article that while it wouhl beau
tify the complexion uoulil nlso hnc the
merit of bcititf hat mien. Iut thee two
iiniHJitniit ipmbties weir never brought
toettier until coml.incil m
WISDOM'S
ROBERTINB.
l'UOKKSSIONA L CA II D.S.
p V. HAIUIHK, M. D.
I'll hlcliui A NlltKfon.
(Jxvo.N Citv : :
(Dragon.
Office m-xt (l(H)r to Co. Tri'iiauri'r's
oflice, .Muiu Street.
g OlUt, M. D.
Cnnyon City, Ogn.
oiTtroit Unlit Strrol In Itvitu fdruiffly ou(
l'll Uj Dr. HowirJ.
Q I. IIAZKLTINK.
OA.NVO.V CITY,
0H1CU0N
S. DEN NINO.
Attornoy-ul-I.il w.
Lo.vo Ckklk Ukkuo.v
IAnitlSI! it Co.AI).
A'lTOHNKYH AT LAW
(Jan vox Citv, - - Oiikco.
A. KNKiHT.
DENTIST.
CSV'N CITV - - OUKOON.
Oflicit over John Soliuii'lt'n cabinnt
ihop, olltco liouiN from '.) a in to I p m
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
J. OLLIVER,
Proprietor of tlio
John Day Milk Ran.f
Frosh milk ibdivcrod daily lo my
ciihiomci'M in John Day and Canyon
citicH. (Jive mo votir onloirt.
p c nonsi.r.Y, m i).
(Siiaiu'atk or Tlir. C.n'ivi'.iinitv or
I' 'N.sstvi.VA.siA, April 8, 1 H tx.
t'linvou City, ( rngou.
I Hid in Iuh lriif Stoic, .Slum Si i cot
tnloiN for Diii'h promptly u'.lcil
No profitviioniil pttlroiiiiKo nolictitl
in !hs diir-ctioiit urn atrictly fullowml.
A-ttornoy-at-Lnw
A SD
Notary Public.
Pit Mini: Citv - Ohkoon.
Also A ('tint for thu m.iIo of Snltool
I.alldH.
J II. HOI.KY,
DENTIST.
(Offioii opmait4i Mnvouie Hull)
Cany on City .... Orogtn.
i p((5Mcting, nnd in roliirn was to
I liave a slmre in any diioovorio
! thoy miglit happoii to make. It
j wii! some time liffore anything
! win found by the proitjKH'torsi, and
nt Int tlio gnat dicoovery was
liuolo quitH Hccideiitly. They luid
Ik-oii prKfting nUnit tho hill on
the Dec ruer, am! had found tru
ces of gold, but nothing myable,
nnd were about emitting that purl
of tho country, when, one evening,
one uf tho brother, ii.'ttiruiug to
cnuip, eroded u iteep conical liill,
itlHtut tive hundretl feet high, and
at down on one of the ironstone
bmilder. with which it was cover
ed, to smoke n pi jk. lie hud no
iden of finding gold there, for, till
then, no onu had hennl of limliug
f;old in n burnt looking iroust iue;
nit while sitting there hu atuused
himself by breaking a few of the
pieces of ruck lying about and c
iwniiiitig them. All of u Middou
his eye vii caught by tho glint of
gold so iinmi-fakufili; to an old
digger, lie hardly believed it po
s.ible, but on looking further he
found KHeks of gold in other piece
of rock. A few picvos wore taken
back to camp, Mitiud up and wah
ed, with the result that a good
prospect of gold was obtained in
each cae. The luck dii-cov erer
of what was eventually to prove
the richest gold mine ever o'HMicd
in the world lost no time in tic
itiainting their "Im-ker" with
their find. Mr. II ill offered two
DR. ABORN
IU MOW AT PORTLAND, OMtQON.
K)inii(isKwui) i'ot roosuu.r tii.i, rvit
btiMi.i.y, iiowt: i.ii nt.r ri. iii.o i mi-
1.V1IIL III u II (It AM. Ill ll Ml 1. 1. UIK
lsll.M.lMOl'S Ut.MrPi.M) 1
rt:i:)iA.K.r trio.
Yhe most .pee.lv, jxibiltve ntul prrma
licnt cure fur L .it.inli ol the lit ri , 1 . Autlua.i
anil all Throat, llrcinilil.il, I .unj- Heart,
Stoiii.uli, Liver mid Kidney Alio. lions
Nervou Deliilitv, ctt Coiiaumptioii, 111
its vnrious t.icH, pftiiimiciitty ciiikI.
I)K. AltOHN'S OKK.INAI. MODI! OI'TlUi.VT
MUST mill his MKDICATI'I) Imi MOTIONS
(.liven iiist.iiitiitii'ous relief, liuiliU up nnil
levit.illen the whole constitution mill
strut, thrnhy ptiili)ii;iiig life. UVitli,
nervous, ileliilltnteil nml lirokrii-ihiui'
:oiiititutious, old nml )ontiK iiiv.iriah!)
i;ain from ten to Unity puiuuU iu from
thirty to ninety ihivn. "
)'. Aiiokn';; )lieiiomer,al hkiUnui! ui.tr
vt'loiis cures Ikivo ik-hUM the itali-kl
(latouiilimeiit on the I'm uic Co.i-t nml
throughout the Amerii nii coiitiuciit, tlur
iiiK the p.nt twenty-five yens Akthuin,
Cntiirrh of the Ileml, (iiidull Throat, limit
i lu.il and I.iiiik trouble in-.Uiitly iclicvi'il,
alno Iv.ir Diae.isesiiml Denfncasoftci cuieii
K'nu.iiitiitly ul fust coto.ultHtio. Pit.
AlK)K Si V..IVOU t':c "I'm .ilnlity of Con
vuui turn " ioi. I a treatie on "Catarrh ol
the Heivl." with evidences of Bome
tr.i".liu iry cures, mulled free. Call oi
mU!'"' DR. ABORN,
lourth nu l MihtIudii Sl., i'urlliiid, Orrj, i
N-i II n"! liflr.i.l, .i.rlr juclfil. f.i I.
at.-4 h.l; rl, I f It llw i l,lwf in,.. w.
C4uiuit i.iy , yl ta ito ...
AlLINViriD 10 CAllfOH FREE CONSULTATIOH
fHE CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH, TCY BKCKl
CTOP IT NOW,
SOON IT WML BC TOO LATE
I luf I ffll llnulilfil iimiiv trara w"ll
illacaw ifilir kntiir) ami Invr lri-1
many iliffrrrut trinfilirt nd hff
oiiKHt aul from ihtfrrtnl i.h)iKiiu i
uilh'jul lrtlf AUwl lllf mll"l S'"l
I a luMfiini; fnin a trty vwlful
attuk Ihul lui..t iruatrtlrl l"f Iu
IK It 4 intinlirr imi o iwih urr
Whrn I ul iIomu il almual iuiitlr fur rue
Iu Hr! up almif ul l put oil m iluOira, whfu i
kiuil I'romlriuc win li llfiilcy, wtlli tht .
OKIIUON KlliNliV TI.A. 1. 1 my
li'jtft. I Imninlialrly iiuiiiuritcnl
u.Imk the Ira It had all Htin4
mlraculou rrfn-t, autt Iu tlic attun
Ulntiriit uf all tlir zuru at tlir hutel,
ttiat I a a new uiau I iri'.lSC- Ol
In . (r w ilv. I utit liant.. I.. kJal I'
leiluiuiurlitl Ihr lr lu 11 ainictf.ll l I
at I have Urn
t; a. Ti:rruK,
'lvllrlar O-v-Wfntil Hold.
rauia hum, v.ai.
tV. P. DUNCAN,
Jtmh lUiy - - - Or
HK.M KH IN
Hardware, Minor-' Suppliei, Etc, Etc
Hydraulic Pipe nnd all kinds of
Tinware inniiufacturml to order.
The only Tin-shop iu (inint coun
ty, nnd oijuipped for all manner of
work .
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY-
3 h-. 9m "
friends of his Mesr-r. D'Arcy
and Putlcri-on a .-lime in the en
terprise, which they accepted. A
visit was mid to tho site of the
discovery, w hich wa' distant twen
ty milcis from lioekhnmptoii, in
very broken country, nml a collec
tion made of pieced of Monu from
various part. of the mount. Thou
wero sent to the Sydney mint foi
assay, mid the return showed them
to contain in several instances an
amount of gold equal to forty onu
cc! pur ton.
The net step to Ik taken was to
obtain pospesMou of the land u
(piickly as poitoiblo. Half of the
hill was found to be included in u
freehold of litO acres which lm
longeil to an old Sciitchunin mini
od (ionlon, wha had ecu carrying
on a dairy farm in a small way for
Millie twelve, yearn. His dwefling
place a lint built of split slain,
with a bail; roof was situated on
a small flat at the loot of the
mount. The .Morgans undertook
the negotiations with tho re-nit
that the -a hole freehold was pir
ehii-od at the rate of liv dollars
per aero. Very Kcldom has so val
unbo u property been piirelumed
for so small a price. Taking the
present market value of the shares
those three thousand old dollar
represented twenty million. Did
(iurdon did not live to learn the
full viiliiu of the property he ha I
siirrenderisl ; he iiad idwuvtf been
a ii i tu addicted to drink, and when
he gut hold of the cash whisky Hit
iihcd him olf before many month
liming secured the fioehold.
LV'ld mining leuc sttllicictit to
unbrace the remainder of the gold
tint were applied for the govern
mint, and us soon as they were
g: iiitid operations were comiiifiic
I to extract the gold from tin
'! o An ordinary ten head istum
pT Liitiorv wmb erected and coin
m n.'cd crushing the stouo, In a
vinpor batten the stone i throw n
i ifo an ob'ong iron h , in w'ii.ch
live b.irs of iron shod with heavy
u.as-e of the nitue inati-iial are
made to rise ullcriltttt-ly by mcutii
of cams li.sod on a revolving shaft.
In front of these boei in an ojkmi
iny; covered by u scieeii of tine
stiel with minute holes punched
in it; as the stone is Hiiiuiled line
enough it is curried throng the
sen en by a stream of water which
is con-tintly flowing through
The p lU'ilered stone fill Is into in
dined plates of copper which are
coa'cd with ipiicksiiver; the gold,
which h is a gryit ulli lily for tin
quicksilver, is caught by it and
held there iih tin am ilgam. The
quicksilver is ut fretpiuiit intervals
craped oir the copper plates and
retorted, the mercury boinj' driven
off mid tho pure gold left iu the
retoit. This is the Usual process
employed for reducing gild bear
ing quail., and thoigh n very
rough, primi time uietluxl, if an
swers fairly well win if the g.dd is
of a comparative c ire eh.iricfer
Iu the .Nloiiut .Moi'', in stone the
A IlOIlftn -VIIO CAN TALK I
rfrylljr lina hiirl of n "hora lanirh.
tut wlm I. a, i ter in nil siiliis triflnl
vuli Ois Kwrrit ir-i liT H111I1 an nnlinal
Tvoolcl m i'l"lHuri' t a iiilrni'lc , tut )
wuillit I ho irl graph nii't tlis trlriinn a
tuintrti) yrara 01:0. Why, oven vi r) tr
r. ntly a ur for i-nriiiiniptlnn, wtilrh la
irniisraally arknnirli ilt'nl to l-o tirotillu
afti-rlinif I lie l111itff.w1.11M Imviilx'rii Iii:i1
unii at mlrariiloii. l-ut nnr KMipIs nn
rintiinir lo n-uluo Hint the ilium,- U nut In
ruratlo. Dr. I'Kr'-.-'a (i.iM--n Miilinil Ilu
roirry will eurn 11, If liken In limn nrel
III rn a fair H it. 'J li 1 4 woria-rrnioviicl
irriuMy will not niik,i ii'-nr Innva. tut It
will n rtriru UlH-a. -I ens lo n lieulthy ulatu
wiii n iillirr mi-ana I av f aill. TIjimihuihU
tratrfully tnuify 11 llita. It ta lint meat
iHitrut tonic, or airPlnrtti - mtori'r, altera,
liif, or lilood-elrariM-r rnJ niitrlllt,', or
llili-liulldrr, known in msiliral acliirv,
l'ur Weak l.untr, Hplltuiir of lllol, llron
cliltla, Attlima. t'alarili in tlin llial. ami
all Unverlnir CoiikIii, It l an uritimlil
rnnctjr. In ilc-anireuii'iila of I to ituinnrli,
liver and towiKaa liillriallon, or !)
-la, IlllloillllrfcJ, or " Uvi r Cuniialiil."
( broiilu Dlarrht-a, nml kluilrul alluunU, II
U a aovi-rt iirii tvineily.
lioMcn MrtUkl ilaoovrr"U ttm nnlf
nielli 1110 of lu 1 lata, m.I-I t.y drutrviata,
ini'liT a prlolril Kiinrnulrr, from tli.)
nianufaciurrri. Out It will lncfU or (lira
In every rate of iliw-Hie for which It l r-n
iunrnrrilcl. or tnone fuvl'l for 11 will lx
orjiuptly rrunJeJ.
CrjrlfLt. im hjr WOII t' 1)11. JtlO. Alflt,
I5 C (T F F E n P' "
ZX3ilfjFJP brtbamanfaetur.
rra of Dr. Pnc' Catarrh llrrnnlr, Inr aa
luou.aU cuirvvf CutartU U Lbo Had.
A.-.:.
gold is so miinitciy tint that u
large h-r ccniiigo tloittfl uwuy in
the water and never came in con
tact with the mercury. It was
sikjii found by assay that fully lif
ty por cent, of thp gold was thus
lost, or at least remained in the re
fue from the crudiiug battery.
After numerous experiments- with
dl kind of gold-saving appliance
it was fo ind t uit tho only atislac
toiy results obtained were from
tho chlorfiiution process, and that
is the olio now a loptetl. The ore
u it comes from the mine is re
duced by roller mills to a coarse
powder which is then roited iu
brick furnace. Tho powdered
stone is them placed in quantities
of a loll at a nine in largo re vol v.
iug birrels which arechuiged with
obloritii! gas under pre.uie: the
clfect of this gas is to bring the
gold into a liquid form known as
ehloiido of gold. After the bar
rels have been revolved for some
hour the contents are turned out
into large vats, ard clour water til
tered through the mass and run olf
at tin' bottom; the water carrier
dovvn the liquid gold wiih il, and
looks like a pile sherry, from the
oU il contains. This is run tuto
litters continuing powdered char
coal. The chlorine is liberated by
the charcoal, and the 140I1I i depos
ited in the form of a tine gold leaf
tin the particle of charcoal. Af
ter a certain time the II Iters are
emptied of their content, which
are burned iu a retort, tin- residue
being the pure gold.
The thousands til tons u' 'ailiog
from the original I1.11 r r were a i
t rou tod by thi inc. 111 and every
particle of gold recovered; uboiit
throe ounces per ton v ere obtained
Uirge work h ive I m ere -te I 01
piiblo of treating I0U1I ton- 1 week,
and have been worked u fili
for about two year. It i- -i eon
leiuphilioll to illlplic it-t e .v.uk
before loiijj. when the ovput of
gold will be double what il i it
iiestillt. I p lo the present tnie
iclwocii ten and llftceii mi. lio l"l
tars worth of gold have be wo ..
and the shaiehollor are iu t'e
pleiiSiint po-ilioiiof divi I i gamottg
tin itcelvo ab.-ii' live m lii hi doi
lur a your as net prolit.
The I'niled States export n 10
foiirth ol il t wheat, one lifili of its
cheese, one half ol its tobacco and
two-thirds of its cotton.
Our insane Hipulatioti is i .crcnH
nig at the rate of l.otK) a ycr, and
is now fist approaching the mi
moiisi! total of lUU.OOU
The death rate from enucor per
I.Udi.lMIU Ins risen fro, .1 .'tS.'i in
ISIilloSIOin I SSri The disease
strikes hardest at women
.
Tho apple crop of Conoivtieut is
bin h a cuuiplete failure that nut
mure than I0J barrels of eider will
be nindo in the entire slate.
L'ndcr thu new law, men who
have enlisted in the regular army
of the United States and served one
year may obtain their lifcluiro.e by
the payment of f I'.'l).
C w lit county, Wash , has boon
f et 1 led forty years and I as 7,' CKJ
people. Vet Hevellll toWllsi p of II for
est have never been tolli lied oy the
fiMit of man.
The ( Snick observe Monday us a
d iv of rent; th t'erciaiic, Tuisday;
the Anyri.iiii. Wcdnesdav, the
K)i piiiuin, Tliti'f.iuv ; tin Tirks,
Ki iday ; the ,1. W, S.iMt i 1 , the
1 luisiiaiis, Hu nt iv.
Ao .. ' v. I. b . 1, . , at
I'lndl iy, 1 ii ii 1 "
l.l hh' r e t'-l .
i v 1 11 1 air 1 i 1
Tin- . d ; .1-
1,(1.
A 'el- I 11
, . ' 11 . ii r, .1 . 1
N 1 1 si e I 1
Jill ! 1.1 bote ,
cent- , tu l,(e , , ,
(jiies-n., ue 1 iiiii 1 r of a
w.iieiiii him .in, I liu pr d- wife
devoted to 'I vi I V
When I rude grew hi, ick 1 ills
fell llUf, the trnlenmil i'u full) gn-w
lollj Hlltl libit. Iliai die, I . v fe
troti led in th liifht vi 1 1 I -warrants
hbo k .oul w hite. I'.e 1,
thi MHir man Ih'H.iii to ihiiin wb.,t
p ivver thtiro wiih in printers' ink;
jiimcd oul uf lied and rubbed his
eyes, the lt plan now is to udver
lie. lie to the pritifor straightway
went and sti l, "(iivo mo 11 Uild a. I
VcTtiivlii...t '
MANNtlKS AT Uli TAllLK,
( A Urief Olicouie by the Kev Whanc
i dcoJIe Daxter.
T. 00 MIUm
A Tew tt 111 irk, ladies and gen
iiermeiis, is what I wauls ler mako
ilis obviiiu mi tie siibjtc' ob oatin'
in gintiitl; Htul, hbo, tor say sum
fin uboiit iiiniim is tit tlu table ill
pi rtiekler.
I has In 011 rciitliu ob Into 11 book
on do rtibjoc' titt table et'erket.
Sum .lohnsing, of yor wants tor
avoid boiii' nmnslied iu tie motif,
you will keep it shut iu dese sac
ml iiuciiitls. I diiln't say nullin'
1 out cutin 11 t at at de table. What
1 said was table etlerkot, which utn
a boss ob iinudiler color. I'sc ycr
e ins instt ad ob yor motif, and you'll
lain sutliii what ycr don't know.
When you am seated at tie table
you must bo like tie "oat, what
iiiu I purtieklfi about what ho feeds
on. When a dog growle ohcr his
food yer knows dat ho like- hit.
When a lady or a gennerinaii
Hiowls ob r wimt tley git tor cat
its vice versy.
Ill de luiok on otterket what I
am pcrsuiii', hit say dat soup
must not be eaten wid do fork. If
yer ha cuitraete l do biol habit ob
eiititi' tonp will u furk tn a carvin'
kn To jes. drop it. In k.i-e Ii t's not
oiig tutig.
Win shiiiild iilwi hub clean
finger n til at do table, t ka-cthir's
whar doy fA ni.' e ei-pictious,
but don't clean 'mil wid a fork af
ter you has duiie sot down,
rj hf yer want lor attend lor yor
liner-iiatl- t- u-r p ck yer tcef,
wait out I tie lepii .mi uccumbed
and tleii e;o out liir:i:iid do burn or
crawl down umlor tie tublo and
piek yer tcef duie
Kf you hiii tei.d u' 'or tit carvin'
don't uk any ob u gues of doy
will hub some ob e gixxuid, per
lickerlerly uf ilar am ladies pies
cut. Don't utab u raw- oyster wid ycr
fork, and, holding it up, usk do
hot uf hit's dotid y.t, fieka-o he
may jab yer wnlde carvin knife,
licnides, liit's n it 1 uit oiiipuiut in
soiiiu respect.
If yer stu- a b !oiiny mnisagoou
tie table do t'' pit itciied alld ulllip I
yor linger and .vlutlu for lilt ter
come lor yer, bikie du lady ob tic
house whiii'I i'i like h.i. j
Kf th- ho- w ,i.i ei t r ask do ;
blensill' don t ('IT I Uli i f llosll 1111(1
I I I . 1 , 1
Iook at ue prov ihIiiiiik ami nK,
"What forf" beK'tse tint's liable ter
fit) it ) tlu i i it mi- li -1 ii .1 it er ain't
Satisfied vtitl do e;i'iib, an I dal dill's
no eiiltuie iiiii inw .1 ,i'K. in. i'ii iguiiy
colon.'d nigorers. nm.mv
At de table, lien should not
tu Kt inure den Ivvu obi-M-i-nf wine,
bcKase otl Iiiii, mod Miliiebodv tor
steer y oil Iioiiio,
I)nnjlllk lio qiehuu about
what am de ingrejeiil ob de hush.
Remember dot ignuuee am bliss,
lllld Keep quiet j-vell of lie hot
does try li r ciiie.al tit idonlily ob
de hash by jenting Jlit in I'Vondi
on de memoo. Hut Ioiiiiiio warn
yer, In iIiiIiIm'iI friend, agin pie.
W ir in si ore oiii'ji eat Miiuit pio,
a id I'be korry for hit yvl. Shun
de pio,
While I'liole Moso laices up de
i il d Kio linn for lb Soiif Sea
I -'audei , de i tiii' will sing ;
ri. n i ill i i i ,. II ,,.
III,... l: ' .1 I,.,., i I
Curoo
HURTS,
CUTS,
O Iff X SPRAINS,
;2 JY BRUISES,
" Ov7 riHEU IV1 A T I S M
1 KL
lElVlEDYAlN
g'y&RCOBS oil
v 1 l. .X
FOR RHEUlVlATIbM.
Nnirciril Ncu.ly Thirl) Yruri.
1-7 N I ' ' r st . lu t'tiuoir, Hi
1 or iieai Iv .to y .. i rut ui it rti'Uiua
t i In om n -li i ti iihiI I ri t hn HIT
I li -ltl,l i' . I- u. - . -l lari.ttOU
tin W II IILlJO.N.
'.-.. Wi!X , V0u,'CVxn..ltl
Vh rover the iiicrecnarica luivo
In c i oinp'oyi tl thry have mado a
record ol outiuxe ami violence. In
lNninsylvatiia, New Jersey, Iliinoin,
Nebraska and elsi where they tiro
guilty of abuses iuuI ciimcH which
no jM'oplo soli, it wis of their right
idiouhl over tol-rate The history
of the I'inkerlon svslem of furnish
ing untied bund to up.- upon mid
overawe the puiph is r d with the
bliHid of iiiiiocont people. Knticrt
I'inkerlon is said to have e.xprenscd
borrow that innocent persons had
suffered, lidding the cold-blooded"
observation that "it generally hap
pened that way." Ilow much lon
ger will the American p.-ople telcr
ate a system that would not be per
mitted in any Koropenti nation, un
less it be Itussui. nml which in preg
nant with danger to their righto ami
liberties'.
Salem has been a town for over
40 years, and a generation liu
passed to the voieeloss majority
since tho lirst furrows wore run in
the surrounding lield. Church
hells and sehoul bells have been
pealing from her h.-IIIYios for near
a half a century. Theio are grand
fathers and grandmother in that
vioinily who attended iht schools
thereabout. Yet. old us is tho
settlement about the cnpiiol, on
last r'liluv iiilIi. a i anlhcr wiih
gloaming vyc and a si-alp raising
voice, einisetl .1 liti 1 lelcller half a
mile lo a house when iliero woro
some w . .tin ii and Oi Idrcii. I'or
(lm e. ir bun ; ilis niiiinal has
b en In ml nt iutei val.
A bbe-k beat i'!i i -ul ,i vniinn 1ml
near The Dalles one il iv lout u. ..1.
and would have caiil t him hud hu
not eliui' ed a Hipiiii)r Tlio ,(nr
sat dinv n ai tii. i i.e ' i 'io dec noil
did tin! .e.,v. u . i Ii si lean s of
the I o I in y t ,,s isi ,ii, ,., '', ,
be ir tli oi !. i i ! -ul J j,, ,, ,
brub
POWDER
Abaolutoly Puro.
A criMin uf tu. mi buUii.,r pn-drr.
Hllii Kt of nil n leiivem j strungth.
S flo ciiiin nt Iteiiort, Aur'.
17. 18811.
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