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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 19, 1891, Woodland, California SOCIETY MEETINGS, Nun Oounoil, O O. F., Xu. will meet first and llilrd Frtilav I' HIM of mouth, in Ifielr Olympic Block, Hriithtncl. Wiiodliiiid. W. M. O, Uum.is.sos. Secretary. BUSINESS CARDS, M. A CKAIG J. OKAIO HAWKIS8. JUTQKSKYS AND COUNSKLOHS-AT-LAW WOODLAND, CALIVOBKIA, Notaries Hive also a new und fteruralo Abstract System of all lands lu Coiui'y. _ DR. L. M. GRAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SPECIAL ATTENTION (.IVES TO THE THROAT AND NOSE. Jackson bulding, residence, lobn D. Stephens. Telephone No. 40 DS. J. CLARK, PHYSICIAN AVD SCKGEOJS (in EN TO TJTK SAR AN1J corner of Mam mid streets, reM coropr K'lMt nn'l land Cat Telephone No. -IT. L. D HOLMES, D D S., MAIN 8TREF.T, OVER EXfltKSS OFFtCr. Crown and Bridge Wurk a SttccinUj GAS CKLOROFO ot, OB ETHFit Ad nil petered lor Extracting A. N, tllCK, Hi 1> W A DICK, D. D. S DICK i SON, DENTISTS, WOODLAND, Ba.itr of Woodland Building. DR. R. EDGAK CAMPBELL. DENTIST, _ UOODLAXD Odl eand Parlors, removed to Armstrong A Alge b u I Id 111 E. K. C PHYSICIAN AND SVRfiEOit O Iu Jackson Block, over (.iraj Son s Drue More. Oak street., nchoiil house. C. THOMAS ATTOttVEY AXO COUNSELOR AT LAW P. BUBST, M. TIE HUU.T HURST Jb HTJRrfT. SOTARV PUULIC Office Js Alec Bulldmz. WOOLtLASD, CAJ.IPOKSIA C. M HE ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT f.AW Office with R Clur't. Will jirivli In all Ibe DR. GEO. H. J.UJK.'sON. PCTVSICIAV Ottlcs and Be-sf Store, lu Jackson DR H. D. LAW] I BAD. AN AND suunrov Office, Jtiefcion mock, Mn-n it. orer Hon'i ding Ktore of Second. IS stoulli of Slain __ ELIZABETH M VAXES M. D. PI1VSICIAN A OIHceovr nr Xlima Betide nee, cor Elm stiee O lite u to U A it. and to 4 I- M. ___ F. E. BAKER. ATTORNEY- IVOOUI.rtNFi, CAL llaomfl 1, and Eicclsior BlocK, J. 0 I1ALL CAL Ofllce over 1-i.inlc or Woodland, R. L SIMPSON ATTORNEY AT LAW, D, C VL pracllco lu tliti M. Ditice will J, r B-il! (1C lIlMK-t 111 III) Mrt llllhl I1PS.H. or y. 11 stir >Uix ley holileri. Ininif (l Me diiil nnd prompt niptil Jttl Itt-sp-i, A in nil In die Comity nml II. NEWTOV Mnnnsrr. 0 D. BURLF.30% Sperlul Aviiril llinnch r DOCTOR ACKER'S PURE PINK hcio t p'. I'.wi i ENfil-Kll; m; I mtlntt. "mull, t nn4 A. fATArlto tilth XrttA in tor Amfliffd for ftftc. them from jour nrusulstit, orj tc H. HOOKKB A CO, CO, f Uaioa Ice Company WOODUAND, NATURAL ICE WJiOLli-5-U-E AND KBTAIL TOWS CUSTOMERS HERYED DAILY. All Orders frwn the (founlry Prompt- ly F.lted. claim for iiur loc a superi- ority lu [nirliy ovt-i of munuiae- lurod or firUllclul Iry ua una bo vluced. H, M. HOYTt Arjei.t. STEPHENS BEAN! OP A1TD- DEALERS IN FURNITURE 1 We Carry the Largest and Befit Select- ed Stock in Woodland. REPAIRING DOSE 08 SHORT NOTICE. IN A VORKIA'iSHIP LIKE M NNER ftfe-Cnll arid examine our stock ui-Sa PKIUItS JiLOCK Wi-'il' UVU, Woodl.ind ADV IN THE DEMOCRAT A fl tig new customers, AiK ei tisiiii; keeps old custotntrs, Advertising liStecalty alwajspays, niaNes t-uccpst. easy} of energy Ad ertihins; ej.li ibits pluc k, f rtise i m me J lately, Ad vi rtise constantly, f i s, AT ONCE -NOW Jack For Sale W, H Black ord ;t fine Itnpoitcd Jack formate hint wish INK to talcs a Look lit bliti will tliid Two Miles Above the Yolo Line OM RIVER i He Is a Good Jacfc and Will Be Sold bout hi W. H. GR I-ifj VND, C Ji.USA, CO., CAL. EL BAKERY Proprietor. iJk> Delicious Ice Cream, Prlvata Parties Candies and Coafectionsrys. a. Sreculiy P, KRELLENBERG SON, aad Dealer in Ail Kinds of npifrivi'i r1 "J iilulFc .1 will i ".oivtist Rales, OndertakiBg in Ail its Branches FKOMITJLt ATTENDED TO. Pacific House CHRIS. SIESER, PROP. Kafn Stroet, Woodland Oal, Board and Lodging to PER WEEK. Single Meais 25Cts. l'liy nifmif, tiro alrv Hntf c fn EV a Cliairaars Brotliers, Proj' s AND DE.41 FKX fJff LIVE STOCK1 ptilM ot Iliut'i SIL lull in t ,t Dissolulioa of Co-Partnership. rnnK FIRM nt- it i: rui-OKI; EJ I (lie n inn- mid ol (.'i irk ,t iloliu IP in In Hit Hi til Wii'nll.ijid N tliN il iv dism M il In in in n il Mr I irk rciniilpi In I In- Ifl r .1 rift will IHIUJI .111 in Hio liiilldtni: (o.iv A "-IIM-H vioro Ml fUm i> II ill nM> on It I, Nluiniinn ,uul m-ltlo 11" .1 f.A It If, M D, h. M UltAY, M. D CAPITAL i HOTEL Sacramento. Strictly 'Itui to from B. R, BROWN, formerly of I ho Ktatc Monrw Mnlet.and TmVMHGNI) erly or the Union HoiH i' BETTER NOW. tf TOU bnvq H frasfrtint dower ID your henrt's own for lour friend, and sortie elo4 boot Meao to make It all lier own. Do not wait, the lilted coffin Pern oo HToath, dear lieartt Learn how bent tiLoBBoois intiy be eiveu Bttter now. tf A box of nlftbftster For your dai Unn's bead you holJ, iJiecloua, ttud would tost Uer Atl sweetness manifold, Soiae ft'o-tl not. Tomorrow her grave, perhaus, you'll bow- Stay not far the touch of sorrow: It now Bolter sllenct by the casket. fan oral eulogy unsaid, Ihe my lips aek it Lock the word ibttt's merited. 0enib reftils no obituary, ilvu.ru no rcquiutn. lea.ro bow Pralov to pre-cnortaory; it oow Better coffin plain and flowerless, Holding one whose life was tilled Full of fragrances Gifts are When beat leg heart Is stilted, Kiss belated, love post-portcm Cannot ernoolb the furrowed brow; DO backward rotttb them now. May In Good A CITY MTSTEET. Miss Melinda Parkinson had come down to New York to buy her sum- mer patterns and to indulge herself with a glimpse at the great world, of which hitherto she had only become ac- quainted through the columns of the weekly newspaper "It must be a mortal strange that amiable spinster, "where folks up and down Broadway in their Sunday clothes, and milk sells for ten cents a quart. And where they hain't no garrets to tbeir houses, aud go out to parties just when we Centemllers are tying on our nightcaps to go to bed. Well, well, it takes all sorts of people to make a world." So Miss Mehnda retrimmed her leg bora hat with saje green ribbons, sponged over her anuent black silk gown, in- dulged in the estravagance of new gloTes, and set foitb for the great American metropolis to visit Cousin Lemuel Lar- kins, whose family had frequently spent halcvon summers at the tarm, And to partake of whose hospitality she had had a standing invitation for some time Cousin Lemuel aud his eldest dangh ter, Persephone, met her at the depot, with faces ot friendly welcome Cousin Lemuel was a photographer on the Bow- ery, and Miss Persephone "did" super- numerary parts at the Sparkle theater and had the promise of "going on'' when- ever there should be a vacancy in the regular dramatis per son SB "Come Cousin said Mr Larkins 'Wbere'a tbe check for yonr baggage? Heie, expressman! And look sharp, d'y' Miss Mehnda, "that check is alJ I ve got to show for uiy trunk. How do you know he'll ever bring np the trunk at gasped Mit3 Parkinson "1 owce read in The Sentinel now'----- "Come along." said Mr Larkins, good humoredly You 11 fiud it'll aU be as njjht as a trivetl" "Am t we going in a carriage'" 'Bless as, taid Cousin Larking. agoin m the 'short curs." "But why are you going in the short said Miss MelmtUi iu great bewil- derment. "1 thought you said yon lived a mile and a h.ili from tbedepotT 'Out" bant Mr Larkius. 'short means the iais, not the distance. Let me help joii aboard, there's a yoodgirL" No sooner Parkinson safely bestowed between a stout gentleman reading his paper ojid a black velvet cloakeil lady than she again began to be une.isj m lier nun 4 said she, in itstage whisper, '1 dou t like these cars. I'd rather walk." "Bat why.-" said Mr Larkins, who was hanging from a strap like a first class trapeze performer. The man yon a pickpocket? But, my dear woman, it can't possibly bet He's up the paper with both hands! How can lie be pit-lung yonr pocket''" notified Parkinson, "they can t deceive mo Urn- of s stulft'dt I've read till about it! And he m.ij be a takm my watch Jtnd my twenty-five dollars out ot mj under pocket with Uie real hand, this very minute, for all I said the strange gentle man, jumping up nut! turning very red, as he stalled for the door, "J have not yet arnveU at my destination, but 1 much prt'fer walking a tew blocks to finding the subject of aspirations such Conductor, you will have j the goodness to cried Miss Parkinson, start- j mg lo ht-r teet, "it s just as The Sentinel say si ties ehcapiugl Driver, 1 JURIS! that ho blinll be searched! Conductor call tlie1 "P r'aps." suggested Cousin Levnnol. better ete if jour watvh and monej am't sale, Melmdiil" 'Beunu.e, nturm, added the conduct- or, with tiie (ointrsot his mouth twitch- ing "th.il thi re gtnc is Judge DC Onf- j tubs, of the court of common cotnpUwnts, aa ain't addicted to pocket pick- ing, as ever I hoerd onl" Ami Miss Parkinson, discovering thitt her valuables were safe, mibsidwl once more mvo hor place and merelj re- marked that "we me all liable to tnis- taltos She was rather surprised to discover that the Lai kins family, instead of oc- cnpymg ont- of tlie palatial mansions contiguous to Central park, lived on the fouitli floor of n rusty brick house on the Bowory wlmse front windows were bhtidutl bj tbe clcvalcrl road and whose rear outlook consisted chiefly of cala And chiKiwy There was a summer garden nexl door, where a band coursed nmsic until S o'clock in the morning, find a si Doting gallery on other sine, nnil the ground floor of their own building waft occupied by it job printer whose Misa Parkinson declared it was just like living over the crwtor of Vesuvius! La, my said Mrs. Larkins, a comfortable, elderly lady with a greasy poplin dress and a cap covered with crumpled artificial floweri, "you won't mind it Hfter a day or two. It'a really a yery superior neighborhood'" They supped off clam ehowJer, boiled lobsters, Vienna bread and Limburger the Lark ins family were cosmopolitan in their spent the evening at the Ingomar theater, for which Miss Persephone liad always limited number of "orders." And when Miss Melmda Parkinson retired to rest in a back hall bedroom, with the ele- vated road shaking the Yery csisters of her bed every thirteenth mumte, a quartet of cats on the roof rivaling tha Gemiau anas of Mme Prida Von Pop- penhusen iu the garden below; she sen- ously believed that gentJe sleep was ban- ished altogether from her eyelids In the middle of tbe night Mrs. Lar- kins was aroused from her balmy slum- bers by a rapping at hur chamber door said Mrs. Larkins, sitting np in bed, her classic brow crowned by a cheveui de fuse of cuil papers. "It ain't burglars, is it? Nor the fire de- partment? Dear me. Cousin Melinda, what can you possibly be wanting at this time of said Miss Parkinson, "hush! Come with me at cried Mrs. Larkins, hurriedly her teet into list slippers and flinging on an ancient flannel dressing gown. "What ib the matter? Ain't no- body sick, is a whispered Miss Parkinson, as Mrs. Larkins joined her in the hall "A poor crazy creature on the roof nest door, all alone by herself, with nothing but a btep between her and death.'1 said Mrs. Larlans, beginning to tremble and develop strongly hysterical symptoms. "Are you sure, quite sure, now, Mehnda. that it ain't the Limbur- cheese setrin' heavy on your stom- ach? It don't agree with everybody, you know And "Come and see for said Me- linda; and she drew her cousin to the curtained casement which commanded the felme and tbe smoke blackened view previously alluded to "There! Don't you see her dress flutter? Do you per- ceive how dangerously near the parapet wall she "Oh, good cned Mrs. Lar- kins, covering her eyes with her hands. 'Let's call Lemuel." "Who is it that lives iu the next demanded Melrnda. "For we must go there ourselves, Lucretia. There's no time to rouse up anybody "And Lemuel sleeps like a said Mrs Larkins, "and always thrashes round with his fists when he's roused up sudden, thin km' of burglars the very first thing, poor dear it's Mr. Burnabee as lives there, a manufacturer ot ladies' felt starts; quits decent and respectable. Oh. yes, my dear; pVaps we'd better go, theu, or the poor dear'll fling herself over the parapet, and it'll be a clear case for the coroner's inquest" In the cloudy moonlight the two wom- eu crept down stairs and rang loudly at Mr, Eurnabee's door There was a delay There always la a delay atter the ringing of it city door bell But to Miss Parkinson and Mrs. Larkins there waa u delay which seemed almost interminable before Mr, Buraa- bee appeared oil the scene, a little old red nosed man, with scanty gray hair, a palm leaf patterned dressing gown, and a candle whose feeble flame flickered to and fro while he held it shaded from the night wind with one hand "Is it said Mr Burnabee, "or is it a accident on the elev-.ited road' I've always knowed it would come sootier or latei "The roof! The gasped Me- linda "Save herl" shrieked Mrs. Larkins said Mr Buniiibee. "Save who' What are you talking ;tbout, la- diest" "The cried Parkin- son "Tbe poor creature who hovers between life and dea-th on trie top of this house1" "We b.iw a woman on the ex- plained Mrs. Larkins, bhe wouldn't answer when my cousin culled to her, and wc'ie almoat ceitam guru s ho in- sane Mr Bnrnabee's wrinkled countenance broke into a famile "There ain't no woman there." said he said Mias Melinda, "you are deceiving "It's nothing on went on Mr Bnnjabi'e, "but mj wire dummy as I tit the Tberuof leaked ;vll hyr now pink cainbiic slip Hi the hard shower 1 hct her out on the roof to drj 1 put litr out at mtjht, because 1 brwwc-il it 1 did it in day- tune thi'ru <1 bo no f iid of (icoplo asking .itld initiding evurjbody else's busiiK'i-! but tlii'ii own bald Pjirkinaon. rather awkwardH "Cl said Mrs. Larkins. biting her "Much obliged to you, all the Air Bitni.iliuu blandly, although hu B sailor wheeled and threw opeu the door of a cell to the left. said he; "begin; undress yourself r Perri'ol, up to this date, had asked no one in marriage, but elmrp as he was, had never sttpiiobeil that this tant, itwjis be accompanied by suoh ioimahties. Owe of those, how- ever, whom nothing amazed, he did not much, but proceeded to strip himself. Decidedly obscure m this closet, Fer- reo] was reduced to conjectures, smell and feeling; still, it was distinctly an nndervest, drawers and shoes that the sailor drew from a locker and laid be- fore him. "With said he, "you can defy the perspiration." "In truth said Ferreol. cover- ing himself with the articles, which ex- haled ft singular odor of mingled tar and salty grass wrack. Upon which the other added to the costume a vest and breeches with feet and jacket of thick waterproof stuff, and bidding him be seated, assisted him with the skill of a retired valet Ue chambre to lace the great shoes, put on the breeches, thrust his arms, one atter the other, mto the sleeves of the jacket, and to slip lus neck into a leathern collarette that exactly adapted itself to his shoulders. On his back then he placed a cushion, and on that u metal pelerine that re- sembled a cmiJiss, reciting by rote mean- while, after the fashion of the corporal's manual "Push pach button of the pelenne into the coirespondmg hole of the collar- ette. Adjust the copper valves and turn the screw nuts. Close the latter till the jommg of garments, etc It was long, but Perreol was patient and said only "You are sure I shall fiud M, Ken- ezek "Certain responded the sailor with a grin; "he can't get away." Add- ing contentedly, "Nothing but the hel- met lacking now; that we'll put on yon- der." And, followed by Ferreol, he tucked under his arm a sort of elongated ball in a leather envelope, aud took up the march for the front Ferreol's costume reminded him as lie scanned it of the stnped clothes used upon criminals Ne'ver before, he told himself, had a condemned seen the heads- man bearing his head under his arm while leading a victim to the scaffold A strange lover's travesty, which he must bear with patience. Presently, turning to right and left, they reached a jetty advancing into the bay some ten to twenty meters. At the end of it the round crown of a buildiug from which, at a shout from his con- ductor, tame running a second sailor, who placed himself without a word be- hind Fen-col's back. "All said the first, "Alt responded FerreoL "You seethe slate and the pencil hung to youi side.-1" queried the other again. "Slate and pencil assented Fer- reol amiably It was the last word be spoke. Click! clauk! nittle! The helmet, was over his head, bolted to his shoulders, the screw-nuts hard and fast Parbleu! At last a flash of enlighten- ment! Blinded, stifled, one single in- stant nature rebelled against his priuci pit's Too Lite, however, find protesta And the women cropt home again. "Lu< said Miw tV.rkutson, stitinhuff oppotiiU1 own door. failfred Mrs Larkina scarccH ablt to repro-vs her shivering, 'Don t spe.ik of this to any one, will "No, I won't'" said Mrs. Larkins. But it i-s to be ff'iirc'ilijhat sh.6 did not keep IMT word, tor Mr. Lai kins was full of dark allusions tiic nett (lay, and Sti ,K scarcely apeak for could laughing. Mi.'oi Piirkmsim purchased her pat- terns. her summer styles, and h.vttenvd speedily back to Center- ville, and evf r since sho declares that nil the wealth of thw hiilici would not in- duce her to live in Iha-tfimk of iniquity an I of mystery. New Yorkt And if wt-k her why, she ahakea htr head and Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Slavens Steiner, -----The Housekeeper's Friends.----- --------IK ADDITION TO-------- NEW AND SECONDHAND FDRNITDRE! Carries the STOCK of WALL PAPER and DECORA ATIONS in Tolo County, offers them at Reduced Rates. UPHOLSTERING, REPAIRING AND CABINET HORI Neatly at REABONAJBLB PRICES. OLTMHO BtOCK, FISST STREET WOODLAHD, OAUFOBMA Every Man HIS OWN Horse Doctor. R. E. caooiNS' Veterinary Medical Chests. Containing n. n-ork thorougblj dsattlblng all dlseates horses are subject to also Riving tbe pro- per trptitraeot ot each disease; while tha cbtw- cODlttl DS tha remedies for Instant for each die ease desnnhed. Its Life gf Yalnabls Horae Sarsd will More than Paj for Ohflstt. A In Your I'osuBmloii -will Save Time, Trouble, and a Veterinary M. J. Bobo Prop'r, 9O4 J Street, Sacramento, Cal, Agents Wanted. Sierra Lumber Comp'y, W E. M. TILDEN, Manager. AND OA t-IFORNlA. -----------o----------- ----DEALERS IN----- Sugar Pine, Yellow Pine and Spruce Lumber, DOOR, WINDOW BUND, SHAKES, SHINGLES, ETC., R. H. Newton's Old Yard Back of Postoffice. NEW NEW I NEW 1 -IS PREPARED TO GIVE- BETTER FITS, BETTER GOODS, BETTER SATISFACTION For now he telt himself lifted, earned a in hp.ice, then a strange f-eiiwitioti of cold mounting trom feet lo waist and from waist to shoul deis. He opened wide his eyes, and through the heimet s afish flitpast linn Preliminaries decidedly not common- place! He continued to descend with rehitire rapidity Soon tlie sandy bottom underfoot, and there before him a raon- eter with huge head and enormous eyes, who advanced to meet him. seized the blate at his belt and began to scratch upon it Ffrreol, whose head buzzed like ;i mill, sloopfcd Kenezek; who anj The moment solemn Feirt-ol drew a long hri.ath, to which the com- plaiiant pump above him lent itself will- ingly, then with fall lungs ;vnd giateful soul r< fit fU'd Tlu-j KeiiCiiLk' Thih toiler of the sea. upon whom ikpimled the happiness of his hie They come to an mi deifitanding how. A fcea
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