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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Woodland, California                               VOL. XXVI WOODLAND. YOLO COUNTY. CAL.. SATUKDAY EVKXING, JULY 19, 1890. NO 154 A STRANGE HUMAN KACE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PEOPLE ON THE YEZO ISLAND, Tfca AlncM and tho fit Who of tho Kunu I U of Profeiwar Hitch- Kzplurutluiil. Standing In the midst of a collection In ft big glass recently set up in the No- tional museum at V'naliington Is the figure of a man u little below the average height of the Caucasian. This IB a typical Aioo, modeled by tho clever artists attached to the museum; flesh tints, eyes, beard, hair and all reproduced exactly ae they appear In Ufa and clod in garments woven by Ainoa. Around him are household imple- ments, shuttles for weaving, fishing spenra and tackle, boiva and arrows and the other rude furnishings that represent all tout the arts of this primitive people have produced to raise them above absolute savagery. An Interesting part of thocoUcctionlsanAino house reproduced In miniature, with iLa OUBO and other appurtenances. The Aino in the center of the cose has a great shook of gray hair, a huge gray beard and shaggy eyebrows. His complexion 19 of a light coppery hue, his cheek bones high and his nose straight, but broad at the base. On his head Is a triangular ahaped head dress. A long gown girdled at the waist and ornamented with designs embroidered 10 white on dark bine bnse reaches from his shoulders be low his knees. Hla legs down to MB anklca are protected by leggings and his feet are bare. Over one shoulder is slung by s light strap a haver- sack woven of rushes. In his belt or girdle at his left side Is supported a wooden quiver filled with arrows, and behind IB his girdle IB thrust a carved Stick, to which is" kt- tached the little basket or pouch in which the Aino carries his supply of smoking to- bacco. LITE OF THE The modern explorer carries a camera over hla shoulder or secured apon saddle. When he gets home if any one qneatlons his statements he can produce the irrefutable evidence of a photographic record. Professor Bomyn Hitchcock, of National museum, when he traveled recently In the island of Yezo, Japan, and the islands known as the Kurilos, stretch- Ing In a, long chain northward from Tezo almost to Kamchatka, collected not only complete series of specimens illustrative of the life of the inhabitants of these al- most unknown lands, but also secured a large number ol photographs that in make a graphic and interesting rec- ord of his journey. The case in which the model of the Aino stands Is filled with the apedmcns collected by Professor Hitch- cock. The Aino figure was modeled on photographs and measurements taken by him from these far away shores. It has been only recently that anything been known of any part of Yezo, ex- cept certain districts lying on the coast. The first extensive exploration, of the isl- and made by an American, T, W. Blaktaton, tn 1873. Mr, Elakiston, how- ever, confined his observations chiefly to the birds and plants and contributed vastly to the knowledge of the botany and or althology of the region. No one explored the country to any extent with a view to Bta dying its human Inhabitants until Mr. Hitchcock made his journey in 1888. Such Information as had been printed concern- ing the Alnos was gathered by travelers wio visited the coast settlements in the of Hakodate and Nerooro. In at these settlements the native cus- of the Ainos have been corrupted by contact with the Japanese, and their phys- ttJul characteristics have been obliterated or modified by intermarriage with the Jap- anese. Even among the Japanese who are found as Hakodate such Ignorance exists as to the of the Island that Professor Hitchcock was assured be would find no AlnoB in the northern part of the island, whither he intended journeying, and he almost led by the positiveness of the aarorances to change his route and content himself with skirting along the coast to Nemara. At Nemoro, however, he wnaen conraged to proceed, and he continued his travels coastwise to ft point on the northern of the island, and then turning inland made a Journey on horseback of 600 miles through mountainous interior of tho Inland. THE PIT DWELLERS. When naked by a reporter about the re- galtn of his explorations, Mr. Hitchcock first, of evidences he had found relat- ing to the inhabitants of the island preccd Ing the Aino occupation. These evidences In tho form of pits, generally rectan- gular in shape and found in groups on the cosat, indicating that was once Inhabited by pit dwellers. When, in 1S7.1, the Japanese government ceded tho big Island of Soghalien to Russia it received in Wturn from Russia n qmt claim to the Enrlle Islands. The few inhabitants of these islands were collected together aiul moved to Shikoton, ft small Island just off the coast of Yezo, where they could be npiircr the Japanese. These people lived cliiefly by fishing and emigrated constantly from ono island to another. Now, under tho changed conditions in which they live in Shikotan, they are dying oft rapidly. Professor Hitchcock when ho visited them found that the remnant of the tribe existing numbered only about seventy- five people, many of whom were enfeebled by consumption. Their dress resembled that of Europeans and indicated tho effects of Russian Influence. Their features and hair are much like those of the Esquimaux. The special point of interest In thorn dis- covered by Professor Hitchcock was tlia character of their dwellings. Tbcy build up walls or mounds of earth, which they thatch over. The floors ore a foot or two below the ground outside. These hovels tboy collapse form, in the course of time, pita like those discovered on the coast of Yezo. This fact is tjiken by Pro- fessor Hitchcock us evidence that tliia peo- ple, now represented by ft handful of men, women and children, less in number than tho inmaUw of an ordinary tenement house, once inhabited the great Island of Yem. The Japanese conduct tho business of the island and are settled Inconsidcrjiblunujn- bers at Hakodate, Nemoro and other where tho products ol tho fisheries and of the few industries of the Island are Blilppcd. Tho Ainos dwell, us a rulu, on the const, us tln-j subsist chiefly by fishing. In the jo sir ne j through the interior IVo- fessor IIHthcfH-L, who had a Japan rsa companion, found few tn (militants. At ono place he (omul of Ainos en- gaged In mining for sulphur on the aido of an active volcano. Professor Hitchcock described the Ainos to the reporter nn the dirtiest o[ mon. rhoy never wiish, and their hidr and board, which are of most luxuriant growth, hang ibout tn n rrmttal mass. Ow- ing to their lack nf cleanliness 1t IB quite ilffleult to make out what their real com- jptoxion Washington star. of all in Leavening U. 5. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE H. H. SLAVENS, The Leading Furniture Man The Housekeeper's Friend, can buy anything from a Kitchen Table to a Piano, from a Wash- ing Machine to a No. 1 Hall Sale, and so CHEAP as to make your lite -AT SLAVENS- OLYMPIC BLODZ, FIRST STREET, WOODLAND, OALIFOEH1A FORRESTER HODGE -TMVITE TOUR ATTENTION TO THEIE- Full and Fresh Stock of Choice Groceries FAMILY Our Taste Hams and Bacon S IN STOCK, Goods Promptly Delivered to any Part of the Town. -CALIFORNIA DISCOVERIES! Having resigned as Manager nf the Home Mutual IiiKuraueeConipanj 111 MF KUltKKA The mono ofiJnllforiiia meann, "I have found it." nly In ili.it land of sunshine the orange, e, UK nnd (trnpe mid rlju'ti liiicl atincn thPir lilguuH hiinn Uia herlia an jfiini rnunil that aie In tliUil plenum1 n-inedy ..jr rill ihrn.il nnd Inns lioulile-i SAK ABtR, iho mlor ol cmiwliM, ixfithmii and cunsninpllun. 1'ond (t Jjimsoji beeL appnitittci this v.iluthlr Utllfornla rpmedy, anrt sell U undt-rn atSl.OC a bottle. 1 hreu for 5U. s tATARRH ORQVILLECAL CALIKOltKIA CAT-Il-UUKE. Thoolny iftitiruntpcd c-urp forOitjirrh, fold In Hie hc.id, Hnv 1 oer, fiilrt, Ciitnrrhal lit-nftn'SH and U. stores tlie IOIIKCB oftn.-.teiuii! It, luifl timlc nnd nii- breath, rcsiuriiii; (ram Crt.iii.rili. Follow directly us nnd a curu IH warrautcd. SANTA ABIE and CAT-R-CURE, ANH OtTAHANTlCKIl HT Pond and Lawson, HANTA AHTK CitinprNn QITM A nniiim.1 California Hum. Hj nwjillnwlnp the produced Ju ohtwlng will matortuilly HUMPHREYS ii cnrcfully projmml tiriuwrliiUnns used miuty TcnrstiipTtTntoiirai-tlco with for over thirty years nacilliy tho poopla. Kvcty Spe- clllo IBB cure for tho (llMuflonnineil. Tlieso lllcs euro iriihnut ririiiiftinit, pnrR- nB the in fnct remediEimrtlin Worlil. PtUKCtrAi. ios. CBUKS. nuen vrrH, CMHixVnn, Inrln'mnnMnn ormn. Worm Vovrr, Wrtrm o.lic .j 'rylne Tnfanwi mrrnpfit of Chflrtn-n or Artnitn off W iyBpnVoTyj HrlpttiR.liiUniiHColie.. Jholfirn IttorbitM, Vnmitlng........ Cnld, H f nil llhrilill !JV jfttTi Inll ucn thrnmhilHtn KPTIT nnd A H, itltnii i Inl ncrnl i.Mnlu-la "1. O- N BANEIY i as Manage Wood in ud. R. H. NEWTON HAS BEEM APPOINTED TO FILt THE -r OFFICE AT ........-i- 60S Main Street Opp. Wells, Fargo Gu. THE Home Mutual 1IAS ACiT-HMSlNT ALI TOWXS IS VOIO CCHJT.TY. BT FAIR DEALING, PEOMPT ATTENTION TO BUSINESS] GENTLEHAHLY AGENTS AND Immediate Payment of Losses ir.ontn. fair of Ilia msur- C, D BDKCESOU, Special A sent. In nil principal places in the county. Auction Sale! -OP- PERSONALPROPERTY I WILL S6.LL. AT 1TBLIC AUCTION ----nn THE---- SCHARDIN RANCH One Mile East of Iirooks Pohlollitc Valley, Saturday, Jnly at 10 o'clock P M. The following jiiMfHirty 2 Ljirge IJrood UtK) !lis. Nuirtinn MiirMDUolts, ,ild. pounds li. 2 Norman [tnritc 1 Sucking Colt. five-year-old horse.   Horjtc Ivi'o borse Wagon, nitli rack Header Wiipron Itond Carl. Mctirjj I-'our-iioriu, Mai-row. (Jultivsitor. MnwniK Mhditnc. Tlircc-hiirsc Wheel Plow. Tlycr Make. G.'in sjovvor. ind Kltcben KiirnUiiio. THE SCH IRDfN RAXC1J OF 312 ACRES FOR KALE. M. H. ROBB, (nee Schardin.) A. REED, Anitioneer Any on o ilPKirlni: loevmninr1 and pmiMTiy :ii prlvntf nilculll in J HiitclifiiKun, r, Wiindl'iinl. TKII.MH OK SALK-All sums under ruth; nil over sliiy diijs Him will ho Ivoi approved ircnrlry nt 7 itm Notice to Wood Fealers, SPECIFICS. I olo County will rcivtvc nettled I.ids nn- II AtitciiHt r.in, wi.nt la ircimk, w iir wood nir ntc 01 the (Yiiuuy ID it) Mxnvn-tncl! -vitntl, mid H) corih ol wood, to tin dollvf icd al llii'Ci nrl TIdiiNO, nnd V, cords of itic-h wood, nnd Vi curdK of Hvcntv f'.ur Incn wond lo tie delivered nt Ilii-ConnM ITfiiitlinl Tolm rf ci'lvoil nnd nccpplcd !iy iho Hltfirll! anil Hfwpttnl Wnrdcn rrspr-otlvcK. liv ordor of tho flnnpd M, O. MAULING, Clerk, -----CASH I KM THE S'lOCK OP----- Diamonds, Silverware, Jewelry And guarantees to save you from 10 to 20 percent, on your purchases. REPAJRIHG, DIAMOND SETTING SPECIALTIES. PROPER CARE TAKEN TO THE FITTING OF EYE-GLASSES. STORE Woodlanrl, TO WHITE HOUSK Tall runt In Woodland Opera House [FRANK DIETZ, MA.SAtlJtu.] ONE- NIGHT ONLY! Tuesday, July 22d, 1890. Third Season and Continued Success of Horace Ewing IN MIS UKGAT CHARACTER, "WIDOW THOROUGH New Specialties New Songs! The Most Side Splitting Humorous Comedy Ever Written. PRICES-75 Cts, and 80 Cts, Seats now on sale at Gray Son a Drug Stoic. 50-Cent Column. [All classes ol leeltimate lor.sjtReedlug flve lines, inserted undiir thlB >r flfty cents per wwk.l Wood Delivered To ahj part ol the city in tiny ciimixlly Leavuordert I'A hlncks-ioutli of Trloi Uloek at residence. EliNKSi' CI.EVJiNULK JuljlO-ti Genaral House Work, A lady ivisliDH a position to do eencrn.1 houao work Apply ttilH olEce, ___________jiill Eoam to fient. A nice large front room, well furnlghod .nu ijInclE from Jl.iln street, In ronli pni t ol town, foi rent in one or two PLTHOI Apply to Mrs A Lnnihert 01 ill this olllcu. A Boy Wants Work. A boy of fourteen years ft Jo'j with 11 furnilj or (jL'iitRin.iu, A gmxl -.taviij liny,  Hlock. Woodland Heat Market! ARMSTRONG ALCE, wt ptafl DMldn In Utf Stock. Eta. Stn, ST. WOODLAFD OAU L. CHAIIMAK, ASTONISHER! AUCTION FOR SLAUGHTER. L. Charmak HAS Conn INTO Possession or A BANKRUPT STOCK! ----OK- CLOTHING Dry Goods, Boots Shoes, Etc, HE WILL OPEN Monday, -AT----- The Store Formerly Occupied by Mose Sisenvine, GOODS WILL BE REGARDLESS OF PRICE, o GROCERS. AT THE OLD STAND. THK BEdT AND FREStfKBT Groceries IN THE Market OH FINE CROCKERY A SPECIALTY, HAMMAM BATHS T1IK 1IAMM VN Now Open and Ready for Use, LADIES. Thursdays. Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. Gilbert Building South of Democrat 001 c. WOODL.AND, CAL- MS, MRS. HOPKINS, Fropriotorfc P, KRELLENBERG SON, Importer and Dealer In Ail of Furniture and Bedding Whli-h will lie Hf id at the I.owcut HA IPX. Undertaking in All Us Branches PKOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Cnr Tldrrt and Main Slit. n n m in ihs of ind iikni. 1 i f001 U to itll A.J. STOXFR, by UNION Ice Company! WOODLAND, CAI_. IN----- Natural Ice WHOLESALE AND BETA1L, TOWN CUSTOMERS SERVED DAILY o All Frum tlio Cuuutry Filled. for our Natural Ice a snperi orlty in purltv overeverv sort o( timimtin tilted or tirliJlctul Ice. Try and be eou v I need. H. M. JfOYT, Agerd. "THE THE ABOVE HOUSE 1126 Market St. S. F -IB CONDUCTED Mrs. Eldred Edelman, ----FORMEULY OF---- The State House Hotel -3 SACRA MEN TO., MORK EECBNTLY THE ALVIN HOUSE, HAN FRANUISCO, strictly a. Famll3v HonHp-hiunc To all well diHpoaed. A uoinimidiim-, lionii wltli prices to suit all. All Jlurket SIIUE llnea ]iass the door. MODEL BAKERY CHRIS MKZGAR, FRESH BREAD DELIVERED Delicious Ice Cream Furnished It) Public and Private Parties. Home-Hade Candles and Confectlonerys Fancy Cftkes a Special Salejian Hats! Trimmed Sun Hats selling worth 52.H Uutri mined JlutsHtlllug.il GO cent, Dentil Ifi IS YOUR TIME PURCHASE-PICNIC-HATS! ----AT A----- Very Low Price. Call Immediately at MISS LIZZIE SMITH'S Hunt Block, Woodland. OThft BTn-TBES' QU1DX it jiwued March and Sept., each year. It in an oncy. elopedia of nuefti! infer. mation for all who pur- the luxuries, or tho neoe-JiJltieB of life. -We can olothe yon and furaiah. you with all tho neosBsary and uxuxecoFniary apoliaiioes to ride, walk, dance, sleep, out, flsii, hunt, work, go to church, or stiiy at home, and in various sizes, ntyleB and quantitleg, Juat figure out what la required to do all these things COMFORTABLY, and 7011 can rorvlto afair the value of the QUIDS, which wlU bo sent upon receipt of 1O cents to pay poRtn-ge, MONTGOMERY WARD Sf CO. Interjiational Hotel! KING, WVEtD, (JO., N-KV, BT.. HAS hotel hpen remodeled nt .111 BOARD AND ROOM, -jsi on i The. iniMt conipnIPni 10 mil [Jind all Court-, and i'lauiis ol MK VLS, n. X-ffi. rh Kirtiid from oellpw HACK NOTICE! Mr. S. Snec hup pnrcimii d t he b.u k bus U Jihnm.and ulll cuuliuui1 ftt tlit IK FROST OF THE BYRHS HOTEL OKDMltS TKKT AT-------- ErrnB Hotel and the City Stables. Will be promptl> tilled. 8. BNUE WU-JDLAND C1AL Bank of Yolo. I. P MrmuTT, r W. W mu'U'NH W.JH MAMAfll'll ANtl CAtnlPK CVSHIKH Capital Paid tip SBrplns Fund GO TO -WILLIAMS.- Leading Photographer drut flam wor> IVfaln Mtrect ovc A Oroccry Mlnrc. For Sale! 1-QO Acres Of Rood Innd InCldpay Vnllcy, filtimtpd ncnr Uroolin, W) of wlilch x n m mortal lowed nnd Hn iniln-r. Wlih) llonup, Rftrn and Omlnory, nnrt ftbnul IflO yoiinn fruit trees Kor reffrcnro AT- Blaglo eaiovannettl, nOOX BTATIOI, TOLO Oft, OIL, SOCIETY MEETINGS. t.'uuucJI, O. C. F.. Mo. will meet first and third Friday even-, IHKH of every month, in their ball I GJj mplclJIock, t irtt street. Woodland. _ W- i-BK, COWB. C, D, Secretary. BUSINESS CARDS. G. M. HEAD, Attorney and Counselor At Law. NOTAIIV PUBLIC. rm, Yolo County. Will practice In nil tUe Courts. WM. ELLERY BRIGGS, M. D. Oculist, Aunet Physician FOU urshASKs OP TIII: THROAT. OFFICE -4291-2 J St Comer of 5th St, Sun. mento, CaL ic. 1 to 4 P. x. A. M.I to 2 P.M. DR. CEO. R. JACKSON, Physician and Sur-gaon DR. H. D. USHEAD, Physician and Surgeon. Office Juskson Block Main Bt. over Riay it drii ol Second, l store. DRS. CLARK 4 GRAY, Physloiana and Office over New York Store, Ualn Street. atleution to discuses of the Eve and ELIZABETH M. YATE8, I. D. Rhysloian and Surgeon. OmceoTcr Dr. Zimmermim'g "Drue Store Third atreet. Orllea tO li A. M. lUld -2 to 1 IP. M. W. A. G. YON BHEYMiH, Veterinary Surgeon AND EQUINE DJ5NTIST. office: Second bonse nortb novlu Eesl Mills. DR. Oentis-t, CAMPBELL, Offlepund rcbidence. two doora aastot the Itouae, iluln street, Woodland, Cttl. A. N. DICK, H. D., Dentist, Woodland, One floor Wait M Bank of Woodland mp Main Street. W. H. CARSOH, Resident Architect, WOODLAND, CAL. Specifications nod Estimates rull> prepared. Office, No. 3. Deite Blovk. J. C. BALL, Attorney at Law. ______Office over Bunk ot Woodland. R. I, SIMPSON, Attorney at l_ a w in ml the Courts. Office with J. C Bull, nver Hayilc of Woodland. F. E. BAKER. w. M. GBAST. BAKER GRAKT, Attorneys-at- I_ aw. BftomR 1, aud S, lixcelsior Block, Wood- ifomlii. N, A, HAWKINH. j CRAIO CRAIG 4 flmiBS, Attorneys AND AT LA.W. 'Tllrp--Booms 3, 5 and 7 over Bank o Wi i! iMinl. WOOUI.AITD, Fublic.- DRS. REK t BEEBE, Ollieo in Pond Drue Store. Olf- llec 1 1 mint- Si to J-J A K. Dr. Iviei 3 lit -il Uyrns Hotel, Wood- lutlrt, "ioloUo ,Cal Uetljp's llcsi College street, be- tw< en and Gross. Wooillftuit. OltAV A OHAT A UONS GRAY SOSS, Prescription Druggists 1 CAHItV A COlirLETK STOCK OT Drugs, PdtjQt Medicines, Toilet Articles SCHOOL HOOKS, 11 WT.A.T J O IN ICTt WOODLAIfD, CA1 Schluer's Bakeryl MAIN STREET, OOLLKOl PntST, AND- FIRST STREET, BRTWKKN MAIN AUK COURT Fresh Brmd Served to Customers In AU Parts of Town. WEDDING CA.KKS FURNISHED IS THE LATHS STYLE ON SHORT NOTICED THE BEST ICE CBEJ1M ALWAYS OIT HAHB THE OPERA RESTAURANT] JOHN KVIBKOVICH, fl will be lftMH. all houra o, th clnjar.il Her veil liy clcnn nnd Ol'KUA HLOCK roll M VtN HKCONfl HT1. Reliable SEEDS! It. HOVKV, Manager, The fmnonn HO rd Store tif FHIO Ilovey N ot havo to nla, where iiine will bo conducted M The EMORY   

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