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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 25, 1891, Woodland, California VOL. YOLO JONE 25, 1891. SOCIETY O f. No. will meet first and third inn of every In their hiil Kirat W. M. C. D BUSINESS jr. A. j. CRAIG I I Have also a new and accurate Abstract ot all In Voli L. M. PHYSICIAN ASD SURGEON TO HIE THROAT ANB John D. Telephone No. 10 J. AKD SURGEON ATTENTION TO TSE EAB ASD Office corner of Stain and First resl corner First Cross Wood land Cal. Telephone No 47 L. B. D. D. MAID OVER EXPRESS OFFICE Crown an fl Bridge Work a ETHER Administered for A. K. W. A. D. D. S DICK Bank of Woodland DR. R. D EXT 1ST, WOODLAND and removed to Armstrong E. K. AND O la Jackson over Gray A Drue store Oak west of new school ho am. 0. W. ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT O. P. 3t. HURST HURST NOTARY PUBLIC 4 Alee C. M. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW NOTARY Office with K. Will In all tnc DR. H. SURGEON Office and Residence over in Jackson DR. H. D. PHYSICIAN AKD Jack ton Slain St. over A Son's drug Went of bluets South at ELIZABETH M. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Dr. Druff of Lincoln Avenue and m stree ho u to 12 A lo 4 p. F. E. Rooms 1, and 3, J. C CAL Office over Bank of B. L. CAL Will practice in an tbe Office win J. O. Hunk of PAID H. P PRR W C. W. ANH O Bank or California SaT Nat'l Bank of IX O. Mills A Co. York Pi rat National Bank Chicago draw on all the pnl cities of BUSINESS TRANSACTED AND Fourth J H ON IN- J semi on and Ordinary B U. K. 1'roitidcntt C. M. T. 9. 627 Main Wood WHY BABY EMINENT PHYSICIANS DIFFER RE- GARDING THE Cry In- fluence nf Hunger Mad of Mourning oo Although all babies are not babies Crying and babies go together just as ham and eggs liver and hooks and shoes and bread and The angelic baby whose wings de- crease as his legs increase Is the only mal that wastes his vitality in promiscuous And yet there Is philosophy in the music of infancy not generally understood by the world at Although ID a well organized baby will show as much intelligence in bis crying aa his parents may in Being tbe anchor of its no one should know more about the subject than bat unfortunately no medical or professional women with children could be induced to express an opinion as to why a baby Of the fifteen women doctors seen only three had babies of their one had an case to attend and begged to be ex- the other was in hurry to catch a and the third with culine that she had no time to bother w ith The following most cheerfully expressed by some of the representative members of the New York Medical will be read with both interest and ure by every mother and lover of Dr. Ja iie way Babies crying are babies It is their protest against ill usage or But one mother knows more about the causes than doctors Br J. W. -A baby does not cry If there Is a pin in his il his stomach is full of if he has cold feet or a headache be will cry long and loud He will if he is hot or The colicky cry is emphatic and im- it hHH a ring to it that calls for immediate and remedial When the brain is affected tbe cry Is sharp and amounting to a shriek at and is Indicative of intense and un- bearable pain A cry of this sort is agonizing to the for there is no mistaking the pain felt by tbe little Then there is the teething cry a unremitting little whine that is at times and and by restlessness and ill The hungry cry is a gent and impatient The sleepy cry is something of a but not tearful as a The child Is sweet though generally nervous and heavy The vicious caused by restraint or dis- is lusty and there is more volume of voice than tbe quality and size of the tone depending upon the anger if tho little It is a good test of the condition of the respiratory and can be maintained for hours by a healthy If it has inherited the domineering traits of a parent or it may throw itself on tbe scream ami roll about for variety and keep up the howl until the opponent yields or it has ed its lung power Thousands of times pins are the cause of infantile baby will cry if it is well and Crying is a tion of neglect or hereditary Dr. Sumner A. Mason A baby docs of his because The cry of while not is ably taken for anger or and the mother spends hours patting and rocking the when a fill of coM water would make ly Aside from the cry caused liy and there are al iia many other cries as there are f an tile For there ts the expiratory moan in and the husky cry that follows tbe there is the broken cry in bronchitis and the continuous cry of the accompanied by a drawing up of the in stomach the and wriggling of the hips in intestinal irritability of the the ing of when the baby cies a bright and there is the silent cry when the muscles of tbe face but BO me mechanical obstruction of the air and there ts not enough strength to produce Dr J Lewis Smith The instant a child is born it This is a providential ex- pansion of the and as many an indication of suffering or If the babe does not we slap It nnd chafe it until the cry that is to open the of respiration is Well well formed nod healthy babies cry at while tbe weak child has a feeble little For- the first few ing with the condition of tbe the cry is and it is not till the ond year that the lachrymal or tear ducts are fully After that there is a copious nnd a very slight cause wiH lead to Children art not born without and at sight of a strange object or an animal a baby of average intelligence will A black black cat or a horse will produce more disturbance in the mind of a baby than a white canary bird or a white Children are visibly at- by any bright they never tiro of looking atu bright flowers and they are drawn to people A child ing to go to n relative in dark clothes would not hesitate if the suit were changed to a light with a red or New 1'ork Working Up The thirty-two old horses from the firo were reduced tn powder in eight without em ing any Plumb Win ton's abattoir was a busy place during Saturday afternoon and when the wovk was done The working up of dead animals has become a A large horse when reduced to powder will weigh about 150 and sold on analysis of Am phosphoric acid and The oil is used for tanning certain kinds of leather The hide is tanned tor and Bridgeport rd Mrs. What is the price ot this unite of Dignified This is not ft It In one ot our 135 km on another floor Sew York THE TOWN A Now E UK land Intt I tion In New England the body of in tbe town attend the stated March meeting at the call of the 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 The arrant for the town meeting notifies tbe townsmen Of the business that will come before In addition to the articles relating to the ular and routine proceedings of the sion are special articles which have been inserted In the warrant at the request of private Each voter lias ft printed copy of the town report It contains a mi- itemized account of the tures of tbe past These items are criticised or defended by the The debate is Appropriations are Usually there is a subject which breeds may relate to a project for a new school to the opening of a new to the of a new The work that shall be done for tbe com- ing year is Tbe manner in which roads and bridges shall be repaired Is All the business transacted in villages by the board of trustees is done by the townsmen Every one knows what is to be and hovy it is to be Every one has the opportunity to disclose what he knows of tbe ances of the town to suggest how work might have been better how money might have been The influence of the town meeting upon the physical character of the upon the highways and bridges and upon the appearance of the villages is familiar to all who bava traveled through New The excellent the stanch the trim shaded the universal signs of thrift and of the people's pride in the outward aspects of their villages are too well known to be dwelt Tbe town meeting has also developed an active public spirited in public business has induced a patriotic interest in the art of It is true that the intelligence of the average New land rural voter is best shown in his ions and action in town but this simply indicates that the citizen should not unnecessarily undertake the control of matters not affecting his own nor should be give to agents meeting in a re- mote capital a large and important diction over the Tbe New England townsman knows bow to transact public business The first task of every town meeting is the selection oi a In a Sew England town nearly of prominence has pre- sided at one time or another over the town Even they who have not must be familiar with parliamentary law and for the clear and simple rules ot Cashing and Jefferson are elaborately dis- cussed not only by tbe lawyers and the but by the tbe store tbe mechanics and the It would be difficult Co nnd in a New England community a man who cannot take charge of n public meeting and con duct its proceedings with some to the forms that are observed m ary On the other bond it would be difficult in any other part of. the country to find a citizen who has not held office who has knowledge of sach forms and In New England there is not a voter who may and very few voters who do actively participate in tbe work of ment In the parts of the country hardly any one part iu public affairs except this The effect of this is precisely may be anticipated Tbe man of the Xew England tow n is equipped for the larger stage of the state or The tyro from Xew York who is sent tn congress tbe lesson which tot other acquired in tbe ry Kelson in Railway Bunking clerks bave to pass an nation and appear before the board of di rectors they appointment A certificate of birth and testimonials as to character arc also They are then and will have to wait until a vacancy may be either in the goods or passenger and at Any along the line work of the clerical in tba goods department is very similar to that in a merchant's There will be perhaps n and abstract and ledger Their hours are and they are a steadier lot of men than their cou in the passenger and aa rule they get married Tho two branches are rather inclined to hold aloof from one They seldom frequent the same and their tastes seem to differ in tbe matter of enjoyment Tho stuff m tbe passenger depart ment consists of booking arid parcel but except at large thu have to take their turn in so can be classed under tbe same head A Xew tor Tbe process discovered bf Dr. for making n rought from pig metal without puddling is but yet so effective according to hit one can a made of the the head in a and twist an screw with out the in that this kind of wrought iron can be rolled or twisted Into any shape while being superior lo the Swedish In its production a vat is Oiled with n chemical solution and a number of thin sheet iron the pig iron is also placed in tho and 1 he two this condition nro connected ton dynamo The which through the vat in the is said to the remarkable tho pure iron to be completely separated from ihe impurities existing In the pig nnd to forma on the sheet Sew York Sun. Accidental It is related Unit visitors at onn of the great European expositions held not very many yeare ngo were greatly edified by posted in front of the booth of an ental in ins own to announce to customers would remain with him until after the nf award had their sold will not bo delivered until judgment It thought by so sue better he A FPW fn Sir Thomson calculates that the of in a cubic inch of gM is In each of molecules there are moving Among at nte of n TO BE SEEN IN IMMORTAL SIGNATURES UNDER THE SPHINX'S LEFT of of mod floit of ped by sojourn In nays Colonel Ed ward G. president of the Chicago Historical wholly The climate is the scenery is and the natives are politely 1 went to that part of the world my health was For several years I had worked and ray nerves had suffered a particularly vere strain in Shut famous debate in aa president of the Historical I was compelled to engage with Hiram At of relative to the exact location of Pierre barn prior to the June rise m the Mississippi in 1814. t had been In. Cairo but a week when I felt fully re- in corpora et in I return to Chicago equipped to grapple the brilliant sophistries of the artful heresies of the cold pessimism of and such other specious as that talented coterie with which I am wont to associate may choose to bring to bear upon me. object In all which moat en- gaged my attention was the I It a number of nnd each time regarded it with absorbing interest My companion at such times was the able a man of found and I never wearied of the reminiscences with which he beguiled the tedium of the journey to and from the shall never forget my firat visit to the Starting from Cairo before clay 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 The sullen head and massive shoulders of the beast woman loomed up threateningly be- fore the of forty centuries of desolate loneliness lay like a shadow on the ruthless lace and over the cruel here at last I found the master expression of utter Observing my ed I was awed by the the and of tills good sheik sought to dissipate the gathering clouds of sadness by relating certain entertaining bits of historical TALKING WITH A light of the western quoth for he always employed the nate metaphors of the orient when he ad- dressed the meet and spe one Monarchy of all ages have come hither to commune with this mighty monument to the genius of the hither come artisans to wonder at the of an art they know not anc hither repatr the the poet and the philosopher to ruminate in the shadow this pile upon the awful mysteries of man said 'the spot is pregnant oi the most solemn It was here as I remember to have read in my Bonaparte encouraged his diery to battle by reminding them that yonder pyramids forty centuries looked down upon them J inscribed his name wpon the sphinx at that said the good your spyglass and yon will seethe name cut upon the neck of the just below the ear there it in the name of the great Ab- dul while to the upon the you will see the name of Buffo the 'The head and face of the sphinx seems to be covered with said content pitting the mammoth through my is even pearl of the suid many years the threat all nations and tribes have delighted to cut their names into this deathless even your people come to do tbat honorable as you thill see if you sweep glass to tbe left right nod lip and down the surface of that scarred face did as the good sheik and a thousand noble names were p resell ted lo my enraptured vimon by the uid of my my countrymen ard and a hundred representing our our our our arts and our had en- graved their proud names upon tins this this imperishable CLEAK ABOVE THEM ALL the Rreat of other nations had been there too I beheld with un- feigned delight tbe immortal names of of of of of of of of of of of of of nnd oE other noble musters The Fight inspired me with in desc rib Able my bosom heaved with conflicting and I seemed to commune with the iu visible spirits of those who in this human life had borne thote the star of the west choose to set himself amid that inquired the interrupting my delicious have brought with me a and n and yonder Arabs will provide us a rope v by the summit of the sphinx can easily be thanked tho good sheik for tbe gestion pride should I return to my land and announce to my compatriots my high in this roster of With of delight should posterity gather on these Mistering their upon the imperishable name of G. big Kami to the they I was for My whole frame quivered with I. I until I decipher that which stands boldly out high the rest Some transcendent genius has with con valor braved the perils of the en- deavor and set his where no less no- blu hand may reach scanned that nnmc A solemn tn its reverential all I saw and read high above the ing over the titles of statesmen and tho ns were this star net in the point ot tbe tho the tho Imperishable of C. First gene Field in Chicago A Bottom I The great spring at N. has hern sounded to the depth of 3.rMK> feet without bottom or any This that thin great northern re- port in built over Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW I NEW I BACH NOW PREPARED TO BITTER BMER BETTER SATISFACTION THAN SUITS SUITS AND EXAMINE THEM Parlors a Few Doors West of the U. -IS FIRST TO THB PROMT New Spring HOW IS THE THE TO MAKE TOUR The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in the City of Examine the Goods and Prices AKB YOU ARE SURE TO BE JOHNSTON Practical Tinners and MS 1ND Contracts Taken on the Most Reasonable Terms 1 REPAIRING GASOLINE STOVES A All work done by Experienced and to last money PRIOR Slavens Housekeeper's ADDITION NEW AND SECOND-HAND Carries tbe STOCK of WALL PAPER and ATIONS offers them at REPAIRING CABINET WORK Neatly at REASONABLE OLYMPIC HIRST STREET W. H. DEALER IN Wood and Gasoline Stoves of the Latest and Best Plumbing and Jobbing in all its Branches Done by Experienced No Pioneer or Men with E WORK GUARANTEED AS OPPOSITE CALIFORNIA COMPAQ S. T. DEALERS IN Puget Sound Mountain and Sugar Redwood LUMBER SAWED TO W AGENT AT Sierra Lumber E. M. WOODLAND O A FO R N I A. DEALERS IN Sugar Yellow Pine and WINDOW R. H. Newton's Old Yard Back of ASK YOUR GROCER FANCY 1JKST THK NO 158. STEPHENS o 0V DEALERS IK FURNITURE We Ww Largest and Best in 01 SHORT N A UIE examine onr WEHT TAKEH FIRST PREMIUM AT THE STATE FUR FOR THE LUST TEAKS HI MANUFACTURED BY C. McCreary Co. CAL BAKERY LIGHT AHD CHOICE BREAD A I way on Delicious Ice Cream I CANDIES CAKES in the City on abort Bread delivered to any ol Morning aod veil OTTO 8VHLUER, MODEL FRESH Delicious Ice Furnished to Public and Private Candies and Fancy a Importer ana Dealer la Ail ot Furniture and Bedding will at tbe Lowest Undertaking in HI its Branches PROMPTLY ATTENDED Cor Third and Main Woodland ST. MARY'S Holy Rosary Academy IB now open fora thorough Academic In all Its Grades sntl Instrumental and Voice Culture I AKD particular Typewriting and keeping Taught The moral a and comfort of the pils have the most careful Apply lor OF TEE HOW Vt Pacific House 8IEBER, kin Woodland Board and Lodging to 6.50 PER Single Meals 25Cts. rooms are airy ana com modi md the table supplied with tbe best In EXCHANGE Chalmers AND DEALERS IN LIVE Meat delivered to all parts or the free Give us a can THE OPERA JOHN The above will ue conducted rn tb night a erred by clean sad attentive CAPITAL 0 HOTEL Strictly Tree tv from tbe Can. B. 1IKOWN. formerly of the nnd IS ADOBE TOWNSEND erly of tha Union Off. A RARE CHANCE FOR A Blo THE STOCK in the can be hnd nta great by applying to MRS. JAMES O. F. Sign
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