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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 25, 1891, Woodland, California                               VOL. XXVII- WOODLAND, YOLO COUNTY, CAL., THUBKDAY EVENING, JONE 25, 1891. SOCIETY MEETINGS, Council, O f. F., No. will meet first and third Fridav eveii-i inn of every month, In their hiil UlymploBloct, Kirat street. Woodland. W. M. LtEE, Coun. C. D BCKLSSON. Secretary. BUSINESS CARDS. jr. A. HAWKINS. j. CRAIG HAWKIN3. ATTORKBTS JUTD COUJTSELOftS-AT-LAW WOODL4.SD, I I CAH70HNIA, Have also a new and accurate Abstract ot all In Voli County. DE. L. M. GRAY, PHYSICIAN ASD SURGEON ATfS'fTlOlt tilVEJt TO HIE THROAT ANB yOSE. balding, residence, John D. Stephens. Telephone No. 10 DH. J. CLARK, FHY31CIAS AKD SURGEON SPSCIAL ATTENTION CttVEN TO TSE EAB ASD EYE. Office corner of Stain and First streets, resl corner First Cross streets, Wood land Cal. Telephone No 47 L. B. HOLMES, D. D. S., MAID STREET, OVER EXPRESS OFFICE Crown an fl Bridge Work a Specialty. GAS, CHLOBorotw. ETHER Administered for trading. A. K. DICK, at. W. A. PICK, D. D. S DICK .fc soar, DENTISTS, WOODLAND, CAI. Bank of Woodland Building. DR. R. EDGAU CAMPBELL. D EXT 1ST, WOODLAND and Parlors, removed to Armstrong building. E. K. CALmTELL. PHYStCLAX AND SUSQJEOJJ O la Jackson Block, over Gray A non's. Drue store Oak street, west of new school ho am. 0. W. THOMAS. ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELOR AT O. P. BURST. 3t. HURST HURST HURST. ATTOHtfEYS-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC 4 Alee WOOKLAKD, CA-LiFOKlttA. C. M. HEAD. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Woodland, California. NOTARY PUBLJC. Office with K. Will practice. In all tnc Courts. DR. GEO. H. FHYStCIAS1 SURGEON Office and Residence over Dunnau'R Shc Tew York Pi rat National Bank Chicago draw on all the prlnci pnl cities of Europe. OESERAL BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMRRS AND BonLhwest   of meningitis, when the baby fan- cies a bright light, and there is the silent cry when the muscles of tbe face contract, but BO me mechanical obstruction of the air pflisjifies occurs, and there ts not enough strength to produce sound. Dr J Lewis Smith The instant a child is born it cries. This is a providential ex- pansion of the !ung3 and not, as many sup- pose, an indication of suffering or pain. If the babe does not cry, we slap It nnd chafe it until the cry that is to open the orgfcns of respiration is heard. Well developed, well formed nod healthy babies cry Instily at birth, while tbe weak child has a feeble little cry. For- the first few mouths, vary- ing with the liodily condition of tbe babe, the cry is tearless, and it is not till the sec- ond year that the lachrymal or tear ducts are fully developed. After that there is a copious shedding, nnd a very slight cause wiH lead to crjing. Children art not born without feiir, and at sight of a strange person, object or an animal a baby of average intelligence will cry. A black black cat or a horse will produce more disturbance in the mind of a baby than a white kitten, canary bird or a white rabbit. Children are visibly at- tracted by any bright object; they never tiro of looking atu bright light-, flowers pltase them, and they are drawn to people gajlyor dressed. A child refnt ing to go to n relative in dark clothes would not hesitate if the suit were changed to a light color, with a white, red or hlua necktie. New 1'ork World. Working Up Olil The thirty-two old horses from the firo were reduced tn powder in eight hours, without em ftn.it ing any odor. Plumb Win ton's abattoir was a busy place during Saturday afternoon and Sunday, when the wovk was done The working up of dead animals has become a science. A large horse when reduced to powder will weigh about 150 pounds, and sold on analysis of Am moms, phosphoric acid and moist- ure. The oil is used for tanning certain kinds of leather The hide is tanned tor ahocn, pfirkfilucxiki and Bridgeport StantU rd Mrs. What is the price ot this unite of furniture? Dignified This is not ft Bnite, madam. It In one ot our 135 seta. tmit.es km on another floor (WO Sew York THE TOWN MEETING. A Character! Btlo Now E UK land Intt I Ca- tion Tliitt Gvud Itulc. In New England the body of in tbe town attend the stated March meeting at the call of the selectmen. It is as much their duty to remain all day and to take part in discussing the affairs of the town as to cast their ballots for governor or for presidential electors. The v  remain with him until after the nf award had mndf their announcements: "Goodft sold will not bo delivered until judgment tiny." It wns thought by so sue tlmt. hewroto better thnn he A FPW Moinrnlfm fn Sir Thomson calculates that the of mnletnles in a cubic inch of (iny gM is In each of molecules there are acvetral moving Among thsmsnlvw at nte of MircntT n Utontan. TO BE SEEN IN EGPYT. IMMORTAL SIGNATURES UNDER THE SPHINX'S LEFT EAR. MmioDi of Chicago, Flndu KkineB of Nstpoleon, Wellington, mcll, mod floit of Top- ped by Illuvtrloiu "My sojourn In nays Colonel Ed ward G. president of the Chicago Historical society, "was wholly delightful. The climate is salubrious, the scenery is novsl, and the natives are politely attentive. Whmi 1 went to that part of the world my health was failing. For several years I had worked hard, and ray nerves had suffered a particularly se- vere strain in Shut famous debate in which, aa president of the Historical society, I was compelled to engage with Hiram At witter, of Kaskaakia, relative to the exact location of Pierre Menard'a barn prior to the June rise m the Mississippi in 1814. t had been In. Cairo but a week when I felt fully re- stored, in corpora et in mente. I return to Chicago epleadldly equipped to grapple wKh the brilliant sophistries of Norton, the artful heresies of Head, the cold pessimism of ilaoVeagh, and such other specious per- saasioas as that talented coterie with which I am wont to associate may choose to bring to bear upon me. "That object In all Ejiygt which moat en- gaged my attention was the sphinx. I vis- ited It a number of times, nnd each time regarded it with absorbing interest My companion at such times was the vener- able sheik, Kamir-el-Abdul, a man of pro- found learning, and I never wearied of the reminiscences with which he beguiled the tedium of the journey to and from the pyramids. "I shall never forget my firat visit to the sphinx. Starting from Cairo before clay light, we reached onr destination just aa tbe solar orb issuing from the glowing east cast upon that mighty stretch of sand the rosy flood of his cracious benediction. The sullen head and massive shoulders of the beast woman loomed up threateningly be- fore us, the pftileasness of forty centuries of desolate loneliness lay like a shadow on the ruthless lace and over the cruel eyes, here at last I found the master expression of utter hopelessness. Observing my unwont- ed I was iodeed awed by the solemnity, the grandeur, and thaawful- uese of tills good sheik sought to dissipate the gathering clouds of sadness by relating certain entertaining bits of historical information. TALKING WITH A SHZIK, 'Here, light of the western quoth he, for he always employed the or- nate metaphors of the orient when he ad- dressed me, 'here the ytara meet and spe one Another. Monarchy of all ages have come hither to commune with this mighty monument to the genius of the dead, hither come artisans to wonder at the vrork of an art they know not of, anc hither repatr the sage, the poet and the philosopher to ruminate in the shadow o: this pile upon the awful mysteries of hu- man life.1 said I, 'the spot is pregnant oi the most solemn associations. It was here that, as I remember to have read in my geography, Bonaparte encouraged his sol- diery to battle by reminding them that frotn yonder pyramids forty centuries looked down upon them J 'Napoleon inscribed his name wpon the sphinx at that said the good sheik. 'Take your spyglass and yon will seethe name cut upon the neck of the sphinx, just below the ear there Beiow it appeals, in Turkish, the name of the great sultan, Ab- dul Hamed, while to the rinht, upon the cheek, you will see the name of Buffo D, the naturalist.' 'The head and face of the sphinx seems to be covered with said I, content pitting the mammoth through my glast. 'It is even ao, pearl of the suid he. 'For many years the threat all nations and tribes have delighted to cut their names into this deathless monument, even your people come bitber to do tbat honorable office, as you thill see if you sweep yonr glass to tbe left uud right nod lip and down the surface of that scarred face "I did as the good sheik suggested, and a thousand noble names were p resell ted lo my enraptured vimon by the uid of my glass. Amoug my countrymen Bay- ard Taylor, Franklin, Burr, Prescott, Beecher, Grant, Longfellow, yes, and a hundred others, representing our statesmanship, our theology, our lit- erature, our arts and our sciences, had en- graved their proud names upon tins his- toric, this this imperishable tablet. CLEAK ABOVE THEM ALL "And the Rreat geniuses) of other nations had been there too I beheld with un- feigned delight tbe immortal names of Wellington, of Cuvier, of Goethe, of vour, of Kosstitb, of Dumas, of Disraeli, of Shopenhaiier, of Heiuc, of Byron, of Scott, of Burton, of Browning, nnd oE other noble musters The Fight inspired me with in desc rib Able feelings, my bosom heaved with conflicting emotions, and I seemed to commune with the iu visible spirits of those who in this human life had borne thote names. "'Would the star of the west choose to set himself amid that gulajcyf inquired the sheik, Kfiimr el-Abdul, interrupting my delicious reverie. '1 have brought with me a chisi'I and n maul, and yonder Arabs will provide us ivith a rope ladder, v here- by the summit of the sphinx can easily be ranched.' "I thanked tho good sheik for tbe sug- gestion Wirhi what, pride should I return to my niime land and announce to my compatriots Uiat my numewjia high in this roster of immortals' With wnat of delight should posterity gather on these Mistering snudqnnd nvut their eye-4 upon the imperishable name of 'E. G. Mason'in big luuftrs! Kami r-el-Abdul sig- naled to the Arnbs, :ind they approached. I was e.iger for action. My whole frame quivered with excitement, I. 'Another moment, I prtty, until I decipher that nnoae which stands boldly out high abovn the rest Some transcendent genius has with con anmmnte valor braved the perils of the en- deavor and set his mark, where no less no- blu hand may reach "1 scanned that nnmc eagerly. A solemn tn its reverential abso- all around. I saw and read there, high above the rest, triumph- ing over the iinmcH aiid titles of emperors, kings, princes, wnrnors, statesmen and tho blazed, ns it, were this polnr star net in the highest, point ot tbe heavens, tho proud, the preeminent, tho Imperishable of 'A. C. Anson, First Basel' gene Field in Chicago News. A Bottom I Spring, The great Mcltzer spring at SamoRa, N. Y., has hern sounded to the depth of 3.rMK> feet without tniiUiiTiK bottom or enoouu any aclo. This fttrdngthena that thin great northern re- port in built over mbMmuMM ItapuUk. Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW I NEW I BACH NEW! NOW PREPARED TO GIVE-------- BITTER FITS, BMER GWS, BETTER SATISFACTION THAN EVER. SUITS SUITS AND EXAMINE THEM FOB. Parlors a Few Doors West of the Postoffice, J, U. WINNINGER, -IS FIRST TO THB PROMT WITH- New Spring Goods! HOW IS THE THE TO MAKE TOUR SELECTIONS. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in the City of Woodland. Examine the Goods and Prices AKB YOU ARE SURE TO BE PLEASED. JOHNSTON SEARS, Practical Tinners and Plumbers, GAS-FIT MS 1ND CEBEEil JOBBERS. Contracts Taken on the Most Reasonable Terms 1 REPAIRING GASOLINE STOVES A SPECIALTY. All work done by Experienced Workman, and "warranted to last o: money refunded. PRIOR BLOCK, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA. Slavens Steiner, Housekeeper's Friends.---- --------IK ADDITION TO-------- NEW AND SECOND-HAND FDRNITDRE1 Carries tbe LAROJE3T STOCK of WALL PAPER and DECOR- ATIONS InToJo County, aiid offers them at Beduoed Katea. UPHOLSTERING, REPAIRING CABINET WORK Neatly Done, at REASONABLE PRICES. OLYMPIC BLOCK, HIRST STREET WOODLAITD, OALIPOBIfA W. H. SOULE, DEALER IN Wood and Gasoline Stoves of the Latest and Best Patterns. Plumbing and Jobbing in all its Branches Done by Experienced Workmen. No Pioneer Tinkers, or Men with Bunlona E WORK GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED. OPPOSITE BYIINS HOrEL. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA WEST: VALLEY: LUMBER: COMPAQ S. T. MOWDER Manager. DEALERS IN Puget Sound Pine, Mountain and Sugar Pine, Redwood Lumber! Doors, Windows, Blincti, Lime, Hair, Plaster, LUMBER SAWED TO ORDER. GEO. W LYFOUD, AGENT AT WOODLAND. Sierra Lumber Comp'y, E. M. TILDEN, Manager. WOODLAND O A L_l FO R N I A. DEALERS IN Sugar Pine, Yellow Pine and Sprnce Lnmber. DOOR, WINDOW BLIP, SHAKES, StUSGLES, ETC., -------AT------- R. H. Newton's Old Yard Back of Postoffice. ASK YOUR GROCER FANCY "Snow-Flake Flour" THJt 1JKST THK BTATK. NO 158. STEPHENS BEAM! o -ILUTOTACTDIEM 0V AJTO- DEALERS IK FURNITURE We Carrv Ww Largest and Best Afocfc in Woodland. HEPilBHG DOIB 01 SHORT IOHCB. N A WORIiANSHIP UIE i'Mil examine onr itoek PRIOB'8 WEHT KKD, TAKEH FIRST PREMIUM AT THE STATE FUR FOR THE LUST SEYEX TEAKS HI MANUFACTURED BY C. McCreary Co. SiCRAIBHTO, CAL BAKERY FRESH, LIGHT AHD CHOICE BREAD A I way on Metnd- Delicious Ice Cream I CANDIES AST> CAKES partfei in the City on abort Notice. Bread delivered to any partoftbe ol Morning aod veil lug. OTTO 8VHLUER, Proprietor. mehMwtf MODEL BAKERY! MBZOAR, Proprietor. FRESH Delicious Ice Cream. Furnished to Public and Private Hame-Made Candies and ddiucand Fancy a Specialty. P, RRELLENBERG SON. Importer ana Dealer la Ail XindJ ot Furniture and Bedding will at tbe Lowest Ratm. Undertaking in HI its Branches PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Cor Third and Main Sts. Woodland ST. MARY'S Holy Rosary Academy Woodlstnct, Oat. IB now open fora thorough Academic COUTM In all Its Grades sntl Branches. Instrumental Xnslc and Voice Culture I AiSO, PAINTrKO AKD -Receive particular attention.- Pftonoyraphy, Typewriting and Book- keeping Taught The health, moral a and comfort of the pu- pils have the most careful attention. Apply lor catalogue, OF TEE HOW OB033. Vt tiODIJLSD Pacific House CHRIS. 8IEBER, PROP, kin Street, Woodland Board and Lodging to 6.50 PER WEEK. Single Meals 25Cts. rooms are airy ana com modi md the table supplied with tbe best In EXCHANGE MARKET, Chalmers Brothers, Prop's AND DEALERS IN LIVE STOCK! Meat delivered to all parts or the clt.y free retmrRO. Give us a can atuovrard 
                            

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