Woodland Daily Democrat, July 19, 1890, Page 2

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Woodland, California VOL. XXVI WOODLAND. YOLO COUNTY. CAL.. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY Ii), 1890. NO 154 A STRANGE HUMAN MCK CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PEOPLE ON THE YEZO ISLAND. Tho Aition and tho Pit Dwellers Who Preceded Them—Curious Habits of tho Orientals Results of Professor Hitchcock’s Explorations. Standing in the midst of a collection in a big glass case recently set up in the National museum at Washington is the figure of a man a little below tho average height of the Caucasian. This is a typical Aino, modeled by tho clever artists attached to the museum; flesh tints, eye*, beard, hair and all reproduced exactly as they appear in life and clad in garments woven by Ainos. Around bim are household implements, shuttles for weaving, fishing spears and tackle, bows and arrows and the of her rude furnishings that represent all that the arts of this primitive people have produced to raise them above absolute savagery. An interesting part of the collection is an Aino house reproduced in miniature, with its storehouse and other appurtenances. The Aino in the center of the case has a great shock of gray hair, a huge gray beard aud shaggy eyebrows. His complexion is of a light coppery hue, his cheek bones high and his nose straight, but broad at the base. On his head is a triangular shaped head dress. A long gown girdled at the waist and ornamented with designs embroidered in white on a dark blue base reaches from his shoulders below his knees. His legs down to his ankles are protected by leggings and his feet are bare. Over one shoulder is slung by a light strap a haversack woven of rashes. In his belt or girdle at his left side is supported a wooden quiver filled •with arrows, and behind in Ins girdle is thrust a carved stick, to which is attached the little basket or pouch in which the Aino carries his supply of smoking tobacco. LIKE OF THE INHABITANT. The modern explorer carries a camera strapped over his shoulder or secured upon his saddle. When he gets home if any one questions his statements he can produce the Irrefutable evidence of a photographic record. Professor Romyn Hitchcock, of the National museum, when he traveled recently in the island of Yezo, Japan, and the islands known as the Kindles, stretching in a long chain northward from Yezo almost to Kamchatka, collected not only complete series of specimens illustrative of the life of the inhabitants of these almost unknown lauds, but also secured a large number of photographs that in themselves make a graphic and interesting record of his journey. The case in which the model of the Aino stands is filled with t he specimens collected by Professor Hitchcock. The Aino figure was modeled on photographs and measurements taken by him from these far away shores. It has been only recently that anything has been known of any part of Yezo, except certain districts lying on the coast. The first extensive exploration of tlie island was mode by an American, T. W. Blakiston, in 1872. Mr. Blakiston, however, confined his observations chiefly to the birds and plants and contributed vastly to the knowledge of the botany and ornithology of the region. No one explored the country to any extent with a view to studying its human inhabitants until Mr. Hitchcock made his journey in 1888. Such information as had been printed concerning the Ainos was gathered by travelers woo visited the coast settlements in the vicinity of Hakodate and Nemoro. In some of these settlements the native customs of the Ainos have been corrupted by contact with the Japanese, and their physical characteristics have been obliterated or modified by intermarriage with the Japanese. Even among the Japanese who are found at Hakodate such ignorance exists as to the inhabitants of tho island that Professor Hitchcock was assured he would find no Ainos in the northern part of the island, whither he intended journeying, and he wha almost led by the positiveness of the asstirances to change his route aud content himself with skirting along the coast to Nemoro. At Nemoro, however, he was encouraged to proceed, and he continued his travels coastwise to a point on the northern side of the island, and then turning inland made a journey on horseback of 800 miles through the mountainous interior of tho island. THE PIT DWELLERS. When asked by a reporter about the results of his explorations, Mr. Hitchcock spoke first of evidences he had found relating to the inhabitants of the island preceding the Aino occupation. These evidences were in the form of pits, generally rectangular In shape and found in groups on tho coast, indicating that island was once inhabited by pit dwellers. When, Iii 1875, the Japanese government ceded the big Island of Saghalien to Russia it received in return from Russia a quit claim to the Kurile Islands. Tho few inhabitants of these Islands were collected together and moved to Shikotan, a small island just off the coast of Yezo, where they could be nearer the Japanese. These people lived chiefly by fishing and emigrated constantly from one island to another. Now, under the changed conditions in which they live in Shikotan, they are dying off rapidly. Professor Hitchcock when ho visited them found that the remnant of the tribe still 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. Tho special point of interest in them discovered by Professor Hitchcock was tho character of their dwellings. They build up walls or mounds of earth, which they thatch over. The floors are a foot or two below the ground outside. These hovels when they collapse form, in the course of time, pits like those discovered on the coast of Yezo. This fact is taken by Professor Hitchcock us evidence that this people, now represented by a handful of men, women and children, less in number than the inmates of an ordinary tenement house, once inhabited the great island of Yezo. The Japanese conduct the business of the island and are settled in considerable numbers at Hakodate, Nemoro and other ports, where the products of tho Yeso fisheries aud of the few industries of the island are shipped. Tho Ainos dwell, as a rule, on the coast, as they subsist chiefly by fishing. In the journey through the interior Professor Hitchcock, who had a Japanese companion, found few inhabitants. Atone place he found a community of Ainos engaged in mining for sulphur on the side of an active volcano. I Professor Hitchcock described the Ainos to the reporter as the dirtiest of men. They never wash, and their hair and beard, Which are of most luxuriant growth, hang (about their heads in a matted mass. Owing to t heir lack of cleanliness it is quito difficult to make out what their real complexion is.—Washington Star. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— IT. S. Gov’t Report, .Aug. 17, 1889. \- ABSOLUTELY PURE Powder WILLIAMGOEGGEL CARRIES THE I. A KO EST STOCK OF 1 WATCHES! H. H. SLAVENS, The Leading Furniture Man Th© Housekeeper's Friend. You ran buy anything from a Kitchen Table to a Piano, from a Washing Machine to a No. I Hall Safe, and so cheap as to make your life happy— L. CH ARMAX, € AN K nmAMirifiTin fiiMUMkMM UNION SOCIETY MEETINGS. Ice Company! WOODLAND, CAL. DEALERS IN- AN AUCTION FGI! SLM GUTER. -AT SLAVENS Olympic blo;k, FIRST STREET........................ WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA FORRESTER & HODGE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO THEIR- Full and Fresh Stock of Choice Groceries <3- AXD FAMILY SUPPLIES. Our Taste Hams and Bacon Diamonds, Silverware, Jewelry. And guarantees to save you from IO to 20 percent, on your purchases. REPAIRING, ENGRAVING DIAMOND SETTING SPECIALTIES. PROPER CARE TAKEN TO THE FITTING OF EYE-GLASSES. STORE NEXT TO WHITE HOI SE Woodland, ...    -    California L. Charmak — Has Comic into Poshkssion of — A BANKRUPT STOCK! —OF- -5; KEPT IN STOCK. Goods Promptly Delivered to any Part of the Town. CLOTHING, Dry Goods, Woodland Opera Honse Boots & Shoes, Etc. [KRANK DI ETZ, MaNAOER.J    > ONE - NIGHT - ONLY! WHICH HK WILL OPEN ON Tuesday, July 22d, 1890. Third Season and Continued Success of Monday, vJUNE ETW- 30. o -hit 11ULU \r o I I OLI WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TOWN-CUSTOMERS-SERVED-DAILY. AH Orders From the Country Filled. Promptly Ai) VV.-claim for our Natural rec a superiority in purl tv over every sort ot manutae-tured or artificial ice. 'Fry us am! iii- convinced. II. Af. HOYT, Agent. a r— -CALIFORNIA- -I UK LANO OF DISCOVERIES! ONSUMPlWi . djron^)liti5. ,Lsv -■“LuN05 -Sold .nGnWiff Seqcljiir Circular.^! |>tr Mfd J j°r 9.^“ ASIEFINE [,i[ntC0.0J!iGLLl CAU. Horace - Ewing The Store Formerly Occupied by IN HIS GREAT CHARACTER, WIDOW BEDOTT!” Mose ^Sfinvillfi■ THE GOODS WILL BE SOLD"©® REGARDLESS OF PRICE. S®rk THOROUGH COMPANY, ti® New Specialties ! New Songs 1 f c. BAN EIV The Having resigned as Manager of tile Home Mutual Insu nan ce Company in Woodland. Most Side Splining Humorous Comedy Ever Written. ‘I ^AUCTION DEVERY fir NIGHT. r    NEWTON!PRICES—78 Cts. and 50 Cts. HAS BREN A P PO IN T ED TO FILL VACANCY. OFFICE AT : El MEKA Tho motto of California means, “I have found it.” nly in that land of sunshine, where the orange, lemon, olive, tit* and grape bloom and ripen anil attain their highest perfection-iii mid-whiter, are Hie herbs and guru found that are used in that pleasant remedy 'br til titrant and lung troubles santa A hik, tho ruler of coughs, asthma and consumption. Pond A bauson have heel. appointed agents for this val ti a hie California remedy,and sell it under a guarantee at$l,0t a bottle. Three for 82.50. ' i,------- *(, VOS., - Pi; 4 Tan" fir »| v ; Ln BY MAJL_3 CrvT Tsq Cf it Cue ASTf. r I NE MED - C o THC 0 NLY — G Ii w Ll TE ED CURE roi\ Catarkh OROVILLE CAL. CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE. Tho olny guaranteed cure for Catarrh, Cold In Hie head, Hat Fever, Rose Cold, Catarrhal neatness aud sore eyes. Restores the senses of taste and smell; remove- bad taste and un- Sleasant breath, resulting from Catarrh, 'oilow directions and a cure is warranted. SANTA ABIE and CAT-R-CURE. —.’SOLD ANI) GFA It A NT EE I) RY t— Pond and Lawson, **,Tky Santa Abib Chewing Grit A natural California Gum. By swallowing the saliva produced in chewing will maternally ald digestion. 608 Main Street Opp. Wells, Fargo & Co. THE-- Home Mutual ! HAS AGENTS IN ALL TOWNS IN YOLO COUNTY. BY FAIR DEALING, PROMPT ATTENTION TO BUSINESS j GENTLEMANLY AGENTS AM)-- Immediate Payment of Losses! Expects to n.erita fair share of the insurance business. Ck It. BURLESON, - Special Agent. ft® Agency in all principal places in the county. Seats now Store. on sale at Gray A Son s Drug 50-Ceut Column. [All classes of legitimate advertisement^ not exceeding five lines, inserted under this head for fifty cents per week.I CLOT rn EK. “THE ELDRED!” THE ABOVE NAMED HOUSE —AT— 1126 Market St. - - S. F. — IS CON DIR THI) RY— Mrs. Eldred Edelman, FORMERLY OF- The State House Hotel -38 SACRAMENTO. ic- MORK RECENTLY GF THE ALVIN HOISE, SAN FRANCISCO. finds strictly’ a Family Hons*-Imme fo all well disposed. A commodious lions with prices to suit all. All Market siree lines pass the door, modelT bakery CHRIN MEZO AR, Proprietor. FRESH BREAD" DELIVERED Delicious Ice Cream. Furnished to Public and Private Parties. Home-Made Candies and Confectioners ft*. Wedding aud Fancy Cakes a Specialty Special Sale Sun Hats! Trimmed Sun Hats selling fit 81.50 worth - .50 Untrimmed Hats selling cl accent worth -I.en Fine Dress Hats 81,10 and 81.41 worth yj to Surrise Connell, O. C. F., No. 67,. will meet first and third Friday evenings of every month, in their bali,I Olympic Block, First street. Woodland. VV. M. LEE, Coun. C, D. Burleson, Secretary. BUSINESS CARDS. C. H. HEAD, Attorney and Counselor A t Law. NOTARY PUBLIC. Office,Madison, Yolo County, Will practice in ail the Courts. WM. ELLERY BRIGGS, M. D. Oculist, Aurist Physician KIK UIS KAS K8 OF THE THROAT. OFFICE ■ 429 1-2 J St. Corner of 5th St, Sacramento, Cal. Hor its to 12 A. », I to 4 p. m. IO to J I A. M, I to 2 P. M. OFFICI .Sundays DR. GEO. H JACKSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office and Residence over Duncan’s Shoe Store, hi Jackson Building. DR. H. D. LAWHEAD, Physician and Surgeon. Office Jackson Block, Main HL over O’/ay A Son s drug store. Residence West side ot Second, \y% blocks (South of Main. Aa fk 4* /J J! J! gji <3$ .J J Wood Delivered To any part of the city in any quanity Leave orders I J., blocks south of Prior Block at residence. EUN KST CLEVENGER, july 16- tf Auction Sale! —of— PersonalProperty I WILL HELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION  ON THE-- General House Work. A lady wishes a position to do general house work. Apply fit this office. jull-dwiw* Room to Rent. A nice large front room, well furnished, one block from Main street, In the central part of town, for rent lo one or two persons. Apply to Mrs, A. Lambert or at this office, jy Kid I w* Smith, Frazer Ko. GROCERS. AT THE OLD STAND. THE BEriT AND FRESH EST Groceries IN A Boy Wants Work. A boy of fourteen years desires a steady Job witli a family or gentleman. A good steady boy, can take care of horses or garden. Apply at Hits office.    Jy5-2w SCHARDIN RANCH Postoffice ('apay ll M PH REYS Db. Humphreys’ Specifics are scientifically and carefully prepared prescriptions ; used for many years in private practice wlthsuccess.and for over thirty years used by the people. Every single Sj>e-clflc Is a special cure for the disease named. These Specifics cure without drugging, purging or reducing the system, and art* in fact and deed the sovereign remedies old he World. UST OF PRW CIF At NOS.    CU bks.    Pitiers. I Fevers* Congestion, Inflammation... .50 ii Worms* Worm Fever, Worm Folic.. .50 3 Frying Col Ie, or Teething of Infants .50 4 Diarrhea* of Children or Adults 50 3 Dysentery* Griping, bilious Colic.... .50 ti Cholera Morbus, Vomiting.........50 7 roughs, fold, Bronchitis ........... 8 Neuralgia, Toothache,laeeaehe « Headaches, Kick Headache, Vertigo IO Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .SO .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.410 , „ _ _       .SO liseuses of thelleart, Palpitation 1.00 lyspepsiH * unpressed. _ _ 12 Whites, too Profuse Periods........ 13 Croup. Cough, Dlflleult Breathing.... ll Salt It lieu in, Erysipelas, Eruptions. IS It lie u ilia t ism, Rheumatic Pains.... IO Fever and Ague, Chills, Malaria— IT Files, Blind or Bleeding  ....... 19 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Bead 80 Whooping Cough* Violent Coughs. 4 General Debility,Physical'Weakness 27 Kidney Disease 28 Nervous Deliility    _ , 30 Urinary Weakness* Wetting Bcd. 32 Diseui One Mile East of Brooks Valley, Saturday, J ly 19,1880, at IO o’clock P M. The following described property : 2 Large Brood Mares, MOO lbs. 2 Norman Horse Colts, two-year-old, 12,000 pounds each. 2 Norman Horse Colts, yearlings. I Slicking Colt. I Buggy-ilorse, five-year-old. I Roan Horse. I Gray Horse. I Two-horse Wagon, with rack. I Header Wagon. I spring \Vragou. I Road Cart. 1 Buggy. 2 Sets of Harness. I Buggy Harness. I Four-horse Harrow. 1 Cultivator. 2 Single Plows. I Mowing Machine. I Three-horse Wheel Flow. I l iger Kake. I < hun Seed Sower. Household and Kitchen Furniture. A LHO- THE SCHARDIN RANCH OF 312 ACRES FOR SALE. For Sale. Sixty acres of No. I grain and fruit situated four miles north ofCaeheville particulars apply to MRS. J. A. ROBERTS, Grafton I*. O. july 1-,'iwt land, hor Eight Young Mules for Sale. three to six yea Apply to W. It. HORD. Eight line mules, from old, well broken, for sale. JnLtf____ Oak and Willow Wood. A large amount of oak and willow wood for sale. Persona preparing for winter would do well to cab on    W.    ll. HORD. ___Ju25tf______ Notioe, CONTINENTAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ok California. shares sold on easy payments. For information cal I on    U.    U.    URI    N OLE, my3i,5m*    larval    Secretary, THE Market ALWAYS ON HAND-A?- F1NE CROCKERY A SPECIALTY. In Exchange. A No. I Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine (new) to lie exchanged for a horse. Call at tills office.    JiG-tf RAMAHI BATHS THE HAMMAN BATHS ARE Now Open and Ready for Use. MONDAYS - FOR - LADIES. Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. FOR GENTLEMEN. A. Oh M. H. ROBB, (nee Schardin.) REED, Auctioneer Any one desirj ng to examine and purchase the above property at private Mule will t all on I1. .S. Hutchinson, Manager, Woodland. TERMS OF SALE — All sums under $20, cash; nil over 82.1, sixty days time will be givei with approved security at? per cent. interest. ft®, FR EE LUNCH.“aft Sold By Druggists, or sent postpaid on receipt of price. Dr. HuauuiRErs’ Manual, (144 pages) richly bound In cloth !ind gold, mailed free. Humphrey*" VIedlcineCo.lODFulton Bt. N Y. Spec if i c s. Notice to Wood Fealers. r I ’ H E BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF I Yolo County xviii receive sealed bids, until Tuesday, August 5th, IM): at 12 o’cloek, m., for wood for use ut the County as follows: lo cords of sixteen-inch wood,'and IO cords ol twenty-inch wood, to bo delivered at the Court House, and 35 cords of twenty inch wood, and 35 cords ot twenty-four inca wood, to t»e delivered at tlietbounty Hospital, To lie received ami accepted by Hie Sheriti and Hospital Warden respectively. Bv order of tim Board. lylSdwtd    M.O.    HARLING,    Clerk. State - House - Hotel ! WILSON & KINNEY. Proprietors- COK. KITH AND K STS. .... SACRAMENTO — ll I BOOMS.— Hot and Cold Water, all Newly Furnished at cos, oi $-10,(MNI-Terms. - Si .25 to $2 OO Rooms, - otic. to SIO ft®-Free ’Bus to and from all trains. Jy3\v0 EXCHANGE MARKET, Chalmers Brothers, Prop’s BUTCHERS* And Dealers in Live Stock Meats delivered to all parts of town free of charge. Give us a call Id White’s Hloek. Woodland Meat Market! ARMSTRONG - - ALCE, — PROPRIETORS — Pack ors and Dealers Main St. - - Gilbert Building South of Democrat WOODLAND, CAI__ MR. Si MRS. HOPKINS, Proprietors. e. P. & SON. NOW IM YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE - PICNIC - HATS! AT A- Very Low Price. Call immediately at, MISS LIZZIE SMITHS H u n t. Block, Woodland. O Tho BUYERS’ GUIDE ic issued March and Sept., each year. It is an encyclopedia of useful information for all who purchase tho luxuries or the necessities of life. We can clotho you and furnish you with all tho necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at home, and in various sizes, styles and quantities. Just figure out what is required to do all those things COMFORTABLY, and you can raakoafair estimate of tho value of the BUYERS’ GUIDE, which will bo sent upon receipt of IO cents to pnv postage, MONTGOMERY WARD CO. lULJLU Mitthigan Avenue, Chicago, Ilk International Hotel! Props. San Fk \Kcrtco remodeled at an Incas and KING, VV VRD, A CG KEARN KY, ST,, *s*;; This hotel has Just been xpense of sfiO.OoO, The leading bu ’emily Hotel. BOARD AND ROOM, $1.00, $1 2r\ $1 / I a Cav The moat convenient to I*..>tother Expi md Lind Offices, all Courts and duces ol Amusement. MEALS, : : 25 CENTS, ft*.Cree Coach to and from Hotel, OCltiw DRS. CLARK <& Physicians and GRAY, Surgeon Office Special Ear. over New York Store, Main Street, attention to diseases of the Eve and ELIZEBETH Physician M. YATES, M. D. and Surgeon. Office over Dr. Zimmerman’s‘Drug Store Residence,.U‘2Third street. Uttiee hours—IO to 12 A. H. and 2 to I I*, m. W. A. G. VON BREYMAN, Veterinary Surgeon AM) EQUINE DENTIST. Reside of Wool* ie and office a Mills. Second house north novltf DR. R- E. CAMPBELL, Den t i s t, Woocl land, Cal. < Iffier and ro ii de nee, two doors east of the White I louse, Mu! n street, VV'oodland Cal. A. N. DICK, M. D., Den ti st, NAZ oodland, Cal. One d< sir Wes of Bank of Woodland tup alai r? ) Main .Str •et. W. H. CARSON, Resident Architect, WOODLAND, CAL. Flans, Specifications and Estimates ca-e fully prepared. Office, No. 8. Dei lr Block. J. C. BALL, A t t o r n © y - a t - Law. Office over Bank of Woodland. R. L. SIMPSON, A t t o r n o y - at - Law. win pract i re in sill the Courts. Office with J. C. Ball, ov cr Bank of Woodland. F. E. Baker.    w.    ll.    Grant. BAKER & GRANT, Attorneys - at - Law. Booms J, and 3, Excelsior Block, Woodland, California. N. A. It A WK I NS. J. CRA IO CRAIG & HAWKINS, Attorneys AND Co u neelore AT LAW. ffice .’—Rooms 3, 5 aud 7 over Bank o Woo land. Woodland, •    :    California, ft*‘Notaries Public.-** DRS. KIER Sl BEEBE, Physicians andSurgeons Office in Pond & Lawson’s Drug Store. Office Hours: I) to 12 a. m„ 2 to 5:30 I*. M. Dr. Kiel s Residence— By ms Hotel, Woodland, Yolo Co., Cal I >r. Beebe’s Residence—College street, be-w< en laurel and Cross, Woodland. QUAY A SONS. OKAY A SONS HACK ; NOTICE Mr. L. 8. Snee has purchased the hack bus ness of L. B I sham, and will cont iuue at t he old stand HOTEL N FRONT OF THE BYRNS ALL ORDERS LEFT AT— - - Bvrus Hotel and the City Stables. Will be promptly filled. 8. SNEE -    -    WOODLAND    GAI Importer and Dealer in Ail Kinds of A Furniture and Bedding Which will tie 8* id at the Lowest Rales.  ALMO - Undertaking in Al! its Branches Li vs Stock. Eto. Etc, Woodland Gal PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Cor Third and Main Sis. Woodland Vnd» Cnreg In rl TO 5 DAYS. pOaaranto* I cm int nuie Stricture Mfd on!/ by th# [nog Chsrcicftl Go. Cincinnati,! Ohio. ■*rk B,/() had"'-” unirn-sa satisfaction in the cure of Gonorrhoea aud Dee,. I prescribe Band feet safe iii recommending it to all sufferers, i A. J. STONER, J.b., Decatur, IM. PRICE 81 OO, Bold by Druggist^ Bank of Yolo. WOODLAND, CAL. Ii. P. Merritt, ::::::    President VV. VV. BROWNELL, : : : VtCB-Ptttsi dent (". VV. I u sn, ; ; Man ac. kr and Cashier i I., Richmond ; : r Assistant Cashier Capital Paid Up: : : : : : $300,000 Surplus Fund :::::::    so,OOO •GO TO- -"WILLIAMS.- THE- Leading Photographer For first class work Main Street over Hurling A Frazer’s Grocery Store. For Sale! 1 GO Acres of good land in (’apay Valley, situated near Brooks, 80 of which is siimmeriii] lo wed and so acres tmbor. With! House, Barn and Grainary, and about IGO young fruit trees. For reference — INQUIRE AT— E3iaglo Qlovannett!, BROOK STATION, - - - - YOLO Ca, CAL. GRAY Si SONS, ’rescription Druggists ! — CARRY A OOM PL ETR STOCK or — Drugs, PU at Medicines, Toilet Articles .SCHOOL BOOKS, -AND— STATIOIN ERY. JACKMON BU I LDI Nil..............WOODLAND, CAI Sctiluer's Bakery! DEPOTS: MAIN STREET, Bktwkkn coli,egk and Pirst, FIRST STREET, Between Main and Court Fresh Freud Served to Customers In All Ports of Town. WEDDING CAKES FURNISHED IN THE LATES STYLE ON SHORT NOTICE. THE BEST ICE CHEAM ALWAYS ON HAND THE OPERA RESTAURANT! JOHN ZVIRK0VICH, PRO CRIETOR. The above festaurant will be conducted aa flrst-claaa. Veals at ail hours oi th day ai:d night served by clean and atte ntive waiters. OPERA BLOCK ('OK. M VIN A SECOND STS. J WOODLAND The famous Hovey Seed store of Boston, and Hovey Nurseries oi Cambridge, Mass., have been moved to East Pasadena, California, where the business will be conducted aa The Raymond Flower and Seed Store C. Ii. HOV EY, Manager, East Pasadena, Cai ft *.sex! for complete catalogue. decl7 Reliable SEEDS I ■EMORY HH ' • WMid«ritig cured. Books le*m*4 HHin < • ■ reiving. Tt-stirporJ#!# fr >m all Hp'r- <>r tilt. cl'>(>». Prospe«tu# tost —» np, * *nt en Hppiirntfoo to Prof. SI A. J. laotMj, 337 Filth Ave. New York. ;