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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 15, 1891, Woodland, California                               WOODLAND DAILT DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY JULY 15, !Mi. MAXWELL lwCUI Ul bj [it III Mil FWi GlKUltltoo of 10} a ClreuliUd ill Yolo Count) THE EVBNINO DEMOCRAT: WEEK Carrier) THE WEEKLY DKMOCKAT: ONE YEA.B 1 25 1 UO MARKET REPORT. BAN fWAXciSuo, July is, TUB IMKH. i 1 W MlllluK C'l-JOK Bull SIS UruLum .____ uul Meul.......... Com Meal.............. V Lite UAUL.KI Choice Ftud {.'liuvulk'r New Old KJ j T') U round BtirLfj Rolled Burlo C'mrhi-d tiiru Uil dike Meal OOTJHTY OFFICIAL PAPEB._ J. O- MAXWELL. Alfnlltt-........ Uiirli'y......... (.'lover........... Ollt I iMt...... -Ptsu, c'U....... While BU.JU3................ Butloi 11 UU _-21 9u ...12 W 1-2 UU II (XI -i 2 uo 11 UU ii uo Kuril Koca Bur ban It 1'srutl. lloi-a Muulard. cLI on M u w 11 (W ti t uu tit. uu i uu iW THE OHIO The action taken by fie Democrats of Ohio U certainly woithy of com- In a Republican State, with a political leader like MuKtnlej to oppose, an admitted stalwart In politics, not only io his own State, but also in the nation. The Democrats wao offer themeelvee for what is al- most certain defeat, will deserve the title of the great unterrlfied." Still, even with such odde to face, the victory may yet be with the (iKORGE FRANCIS TRUN has arrived iafe at bis home ia Seattle. He says thut he was grossly Insulted while id London, HO much flo that be left Hooner than he would have otherwise. Here IB a chance for us to profit bj the example Bet by our English coue- IOB _______ THE ebadeB of Talleyrand and Shakt-Bpeare may now afford each other mutual consolation, since it hue been decided by eminent critics tba the of the preat French statesman are not genuine. THE Watch Trust fcas been broken. Whether It was affected by Jcbn Wanamakei's muniflcoat gtlt of a three dollar watch to every star route mall carrier Is not staled. Canary .-.llull-t Haiti p J'UHUILj1 Rupe JV, Knap berries, uliesl Apriuuti, bx Apples, box eaclies, bin 1'ears, box V fleets, sk CJ cumbers, bu.t Celerj .ft spa agus. lix_ ToinatotB, Itx Klmbnrb, In ell, Oiullfljwer. Uoz Turnips ste sk i uu J UU 30 50 1 UU 'ia, t  24 Choice Fftlr to Good.................. li 10 Uood to Choice....... 9 California Young America 11 POULTRY YARD. Wl Hoi'BterH. jounn...........t) iU Roasters, old................ tJ W Broilers................2 iU DuckB..................... S 50 75 Si 75 1 00 I OeMe, pair Turkeys, hens, live, ft Turkejs, 1 Ice Rauuh MEAT JtAXKKT. First quail tj lity Second quality Third quality am all Dressed Hogs Stock la 31 SJ T 10 S Oil 1) 50 S IX) 1 .5 1U 2i 1 23 6 l) S hard. ITEMS. They will Turkey at the Chi- cayn Fair. Andrew Jackson" w HI soon lie hanged at Memphis. Chinatown is gradually P iti boundaries in Philadelphia The Brazilian government making an effort to stop Polish ininiigiation Ex Senator Ingals will do some Chant uqua talking in Georgia during this month It is estimated that full} is annually spent to furnish Saratoga with music. Jt h pleasant to iearn that "eighty head of buffalo will be on exhibition at the World's Fn.tr A public reception to ex President Cleveland is bcins; planned by tlif .Democrats ot W .is i acini   Pea, Ib llutler, Ib isnt. t. ,o li 411 580 5 fill 1 75 i Til i i -i1) Ib Drift! I'eachLB. iiefled, Ib i'lnms Peai-hes, uupeeled. It) Aprleolu, choice, Ib Ih Prunes. Ib Kpertlesi Knlims, Ib Cilrraiitu, Jb Citron. Ib Ralslun, London box. while iinnb, (i Dlcgo Atnoerfonib, 11) _. Cheese-CttiicorniaFreeinot 10 Kancy CfMVst, per roll.. Vnaia roll Doz Roomers. ytiunK. Kooattrs. old HeiiH pair Our Tuple "dipttnl 41 BIMWII. "OurTuste" Huron, ranch Hrcon, nuich, f xtm llebt i.itrd, h'nslern, 5-1 b pnil Lurd. 10-lb pull Larrt rnupli, 5-lb pall Lartl. innub. pall 12W M H rM) JO S 00 5 1 So 12' I.J4 lr> 1J 10 J -11 15 55 H I 5 Bit -1 a" 5 30 LAKD1NO WlllUlf Kltd. no the Beed Kaocb. Tbe BUF- ro nod Ing tow a Imve nil beeu headed nod tbe tium of ihe threeuer will auou be benrcl. Fruit drying Is carrier) 011 to a greater extent thlti yea.r ttiuu ever betwre, In thiu ueutloo of tbe county The uuiiierous traya o( Win. Huuuey, our toAiiBcuuii, preeent a nrctty picture spread over hi a premlsie. Friday afteroooL tho opeuinp of tLf dum at "Slough Camp Boom' aut'L w 8 sound p when the blaBMnp took effect Til in dam I ma I) eld ti body ctt wnti-r (on Gruud laluud) tbut ia miles [n ex- fur ns cttn bo eeeu before the loofepron. Tins water pat-ses iuto tLe Siu-runicnto Biver through Sycamore Slocph via tLe Steam ljutnp anil the large pipes lately placed In tue levee near the puviip. Plenty of good (Ut, now. A calf belonging to Mrs. Shaunon uutievi fium Us stall ittid aa it gate was open begun wuudeimg about tho town. A number uf li tilt- boys that have nothing to do but race tha town, spy Ing tuecnirand uot atUiH- lled with leaving it to giuze penoftutiy on ibe streets begun runalug it around the town. Whether tlie call stumbled nd broke Its neck or whether It be- ame oveiheatad In running IB uu- nown, but when brought into the rard it could not bold up its head and bortly afterward died. It tbo strap vere used a little more freely on tnese youngsters, tliey may be less ready to uu erery animal thpy meet that is unntog at large. This Ia a verj daogerous practice too for the young- sters. The other duy the writer noticed two or three little boys be tween five and eight years ot age run- ning some loose horses through the streets. Children should be kept from r-orses heels if possible "Were these dorses to kick one of these wall ot the parents would he Ob, my children can't RO on the streets with- out somebody having a loiiae horee and then tho owner ot the horse Is cuaeed Parents, be more careful of your children in the future It you wish to avoid acnlrlents, and, re member that this is not Lin incorpor ated town. Here is an example nf the danger of children being on the streets. Mr. Uojloy, a gentleman living about three ml lee from bete, after unloading hay at the Kuess Stable, wag standing on the street with a pitchfork, when a wild cow came dasbmg down the street, ard on seeing Mr, Moiloy, made a "bee Hoe" tor him, run by an agile nriovunent of his, the frfthing animal was laid on the road, where she re COAlned for ten minutes with a pitch- fork well imbedded in her after whk-h her dnrer, Doc Hubrr, found her docile as lamb The streets of Eolghra Lfirj'iirjp; mnkc n por.r plfiy- griiund for children, us c-nttle of nil kinds very often are dtiven through town, and bavii.p uny kind of a yard should keep their cliil.hen In them, or it nn their own shoulders if their I'hildren meet accident. .TnK TEN POUNDS Iff TWO WEEKS THINK OF IT! At a Producer be no qussttoa but that SCOTT'S EMULSION Of Pure Cod Urn Oil and Hjpophosptiites i Of Lime and Soda IHany h 4ay by it without pon: it. It CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. cotor EASE havo I BRONCHITI ALL FORM COLDS. AND EASES. Ue mire you get COUGHS AND OF WASTING CIS !NG CIS- tf I.I I GRAND MOONLIGHT PICNIC! 50-Gent_Colunin, 1 Pd inwrh pur WMk.1 Lost. About Jul) IKI, itt or 1'Mtottlcfl la WoutllHiid. buni-li of keys. Tug No. 11. ul Hiiuk Wood IKnd Budget rvwurd, IwJyS For Beat. A Hem room in West Mnfii do Inr a Htim'l Mtvre or uticip will tie re ill I'd lor ptiriiionfii Enquire of Mlf 11. tlA.UrlMAXN.lht> tailor. For A Great Bargain. 1 will sell my properl) In Hie town of llun- iiUun, t-oiisNtiiiK nt aMilmiu. toKCIlier with the unit 11 1 1 11 res, and dwellluK uml uV a ttrtui bargain, ir this I'tontb, nit 1 am compelled to leave lluimliiiiu on nctount uf oilier business If a of the whole Is nut inaite, 1 will sell tlie stock iiutl fixtures of the saloon at u sucrllk-e ikud rviit the properuy on reftBoiiable terrns. JyT-tf WM. S U -N S -o- Mm A New Stock. Wlrlb has Just from San uun new and BBlfut a look or good-, w Lit ft she Invites tier customers and the liubllt locftll and examine JuulS-lf The -----GIVEX Wood and Band. Brass 1 WOODLAND, Wednesday Evening, Jnly 22d, COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK. Milch Oowe For Sa'e- Twc freah mllcb covrs are ottered for sale the most reasonable Both cowiara fresh and an- Enquire of W. H. HORO, For Sale. Forty or elghly acres of flne fruit and vlne- ynrd lanil, three quarters of a mile west of Citrona Mtullon and four miles south of Mad- loon. foot of this Is of the best qualltj. For terras, apply to f.C. TAD- LOCK, on tLe premlies, or at this mcblCdwtr Washiag aad Ironing, Co Done In flrst clans style by Yulj- corner Main street and Cemeierj All biUsagmtiHt Ben will be paid oti Julj -it h at 12 o'clock by 1 uiy place DurlnK six years service tu my household, inly hasprcned limi eli H good wa-bei aud Lronerand ihoroagbiy irusfworsh} Mws BRS PEAHT 1 T'I 11! 11) If- Ij been formally censured of the barbers for in a shop on Sunday by resolution been shaved A New FiiKtvrml Father flioee mforma us that is busy looking at pi ana fur a oew pas- toral residence, wbicb ha contempiates having built arjout the first of August. Tbe building will be on the same lot occupied by the present bnildiug, but will be larger Hnd better adaptad f< r living purposes The plane tinr! Bpec- ificatJona will be rea Jy in a few days, when they will be to the bidders. Itourd uf Tbe Board of Equalization is sllll ID The work or raieloer fiBsesa- will be completed tomorrow, when notices will be seut to tboso waose hae been raised. _ Vrldny'n A iiorui'cl labljit is of the day at Akron, Ohio. Mr. Clark, t.. the I'otilfu. I wish to Pay to my friends and the public, tbat I regard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrboia Bcmocly ae the beet preparalinn ID DSR for Colic and Diarrhoea. It IB tbe finest aeillinff medicine I ever haodled, be- cauec It alwas glvea eatisfaction O. H CLARK, OranKevillc, For flale hy Pond Lawson, drug- gists. A I'niit iJryitig is at Airojo U niniV, K.in Ltlh Otiispo rounty, with A cnpacity of and a Fever. Hits seuson of the jear llie IIIOKI OUN and h early people nil en have A Oelhm   blood uurt by Ilielr mild lor. lo action, lieu vitjiltty and HtrfiiijLh to tlicrniln1 at a box by V. I.clLbnlri. William Irwin, thr pionei r IIM iy kccjirr fit Trllokpf, Suiuluy. His nosi' Ijlcd for wt-uks .ilnicst i-vcry tiny for hours nt tinn anil l t.-iuiscii his flcnth. RY FULL BRASS OF SIXTEEN PIECES. A Bargain A flnfi mncli tor sale 12> acres In Vallej, Suntiiua cfninlj. near Thlrty-d e acres Russian rlier bnttnm land-all grape and fruit Innd rwfinti-llTCdtresat i ID Ineyard, lull heBring. which j ieldt ;j iVfl CO To a responsible man who will buy nnd reside on the place, the baal of terms be give. iut owner unilimx to sell on account of n j residence Or will for Woortlnnd prnuert.v. Address thN office, or A SHREW I'HIi'K, Healdhburs. This is not a large amount, but that is all that is required to buy a first-class ranch of 16O acres. Can Remain on Montgage 45 Acres Summer Fallow, 61-2 Acres In Clover. 3 Acres in Prunes and Vines, 3 Wells and One Windmill. 3 1-2 Miles NORTHWEST FROM Yolo 1 APPLY TO. C. T. BID WELL, Real Estate Dealer, Woodland. REFRESHMENTS SERVED ON GRODHCS and platlurm n ill be In first clasaiondluoa nod brilliantly illumiii- ftled. DR, ABERNETHY'S GREEN GINGER Brandy. Toll TrliM-l tij I Hlirl or You nppil n iripdiclnaj irunul. ofrlimntf rn1 lcinppr.it lire, wntt-r. iitiiiinil dlei. from npi-n wiridow- thdt inters M 111 not lo-e Hll lu itllitifiiH .n n -I h 1he surf I protPcnou In Hunliitii-r'-j St miicli Kit ters rineM tiiedklnal lorflileii Sen tit iiiunBii, iiri' iT'iuipih I'oiintiirai t fd In tlif torreoliie, whith IK ,ilm in ipitnl dcteti-e mniii in, the t-ilpi'i" Ufa trojik-Hl nr cli ilh ratn P, dninptviid Persniii. seilen pursuit- mill DJH Irfinilf i-inui' ptr-nns ol i-veri, i illlnif in xnlvlni; ttunttil fxljuiif-, i-M .In tjmlili i' Tor! HJt'l llJtjil.u 10 niihv.iltliiitl Inline j'k'Hril it nn Iiii-oinpur iblf Uil ii ni-ii win-ill -at Ion. ill pi. i k lifBdail e ni il feli'- :ire uficrtuall} MiVdut-d hi tl e It is --t I In I a rain it i-t >i Inl'jji- block bfir ft 0111 tin tiear liy He inirglH-, wnli tlic tin1 [iln-up and nuki s Iitttis-i'it at honif- Thi- for n IOJIL; lime .tncl Elm i.itioli'jt not permit "Bruin' to IIP intili wafers are for the leller and cure ot paloful aud Irregular uieusee, and will remcive all obatructlonB, nn niatier what the eauae, and are sure and safe every time. ManrfacUirod by Emerson Drug Co., San Jotsf, Cal., and for sule by Gruy Sona, eolc ageots for Woodland. raarG-ly Captain J. "M. who armed in Sati Fiamiico in otj tlu which Inoutflit iln thr> llrst striinil io.it uluili run on thf rann nlo rui'r. ttncl put Htc inn in tin- ljri.it anil vi.u, Lhc on for soun> linn, tlu-tl tit MOLBJ lo Loan. to loan on real estate wcnrlty, In Vpply to C T. Re.-iL and Loan Agent. J, 0 Williams. J. C. Wllllami, Ine PbotograDlier nexrdoor tit the ahiteHouBe Lhllrtrena speclully. Cal Honey to Loan. to loan on eood and approved wcur- Apply to B. f. m2Ldwtr CRAMPS and COLICS Ut ennaloVr it tlin be-.i prpp dratinn of ihi' kind on Hie market, and recommend li m our ijiirriins a or tin Count j 'When Babr was Kick, we SB.TO lior Cnstorm Wlu-n she a rjlillrl, iihe tried (or Caatorhi. When she lu'L-aniB Miss slio clung to CMtiiria. lieu slie pavo tUsm Caslona. TN THI, 1 itC ill IllO Iti the M uti tit OIL ot jordnti CluiMllif (.an d N'ntlce lierclii- ulitii I lint Mondttj the 2 Hi dilj ol .Inlv Ivtl .it IIID (lixrk M, of said (Jiij. .Liid tin1 inirt i if salt! Coiirl.at tlif fuiirt Hirti--i In I IK. loun "I Ciinlitj "f "I" nt OiHtVirnfn. liavc tier-n apptitnlnl I In llmi and pltice fcr pt-iivltii' the nt s.ild lordun Imstlue. ilctctiifd.iiiid fur In'iiriny tlif appllfjitlon lt.nliel I tier of Let tprstotiini'nlHrj Uie vitno. In ntuou! lit f sittlllon, herctofi.ru tiled herulu. LUlIfll It W. NllKHAST Clerk. EII.EVI- fur Probate Notice, Fiano for A goi.d .stelnw-Hj olano for real. Erniuire at Hie offline of IJr Holmes. junis tf Well-Baring. Marvin ABny-i are prepared to do nil kinds of well boring Orders prompilv attended to orders at M. hurdware store. MARVIN A HAIft, march-Wdwtf STATEMENT FrNAV HI, Of Pi- I. BANK OF WOODLAND )N- THE JCl.V BBS mrnitui-e Keal h stale L'asli. tttber Assets Due from Btnka fapita Stock t'uDd 1'rotltnnd Due npp.isltors Diw Ku Uier i Itji'U 1.5 a SOD id IF) Ill 'il fit ORS1A 1 Ool V YilLO f r, KrettmAti. Vice nni! i V Thomas. Cishier of the bunK lvswurii.eBdi far tlini the" merit is to (lie 01 Mis kuoivlcdnt and behei K .s FKhEMAN" C F THOMAS, er. SnbBij-ltiert and a worn to btj dny of .lull, IfiH C. H N'otJiry Public. BANK OF WOODLAND ISOOBPORA.TED 1868. Authorized Capital Paid Up Capital SnrolnB Fund, Profit LOBS 926400 185280 I. D. STEPHENS........................ F. 8- FBEEMAH. Vtoe 0. F. THOMAB A Geoenl Binklnc! BoslDeas Dona. rv 1 sn-nitruu rui'ii! 01 TUT. St iti'   hol'tt rm t, tn .tr Ori'ti.i, nni) cent bnttlefl for Bftlp by it Lnwson, A of WHTMIIW, l ntlniulccl liy tiftj The RKMT HALVE ihe determined to outsell Ml compctltoni. Try them. Trnjt, tmys to order in Sierra Lumber world (or Khenm. Soren, Tetter. Ctmpped HMnld, ChllMftlQj All HKIn poult Ivcls o aurOH filMt, or nn pmy Hired, It IK tOKlvn Mil lifkctlnn, or money if- Prloe afioenU par For sulf. tv LAWBdW ttiM-ly Court J- WATCHJW, dlnmoodB jewelry nt ni i lui M iK.inl )rtnr irli iidsiind t itkhiK li mt in iv joursi It I.. mil- oi tlic who know trinii CM- him trooil n tlniii; n is it i on li.n. i il li x on unc ol Hi itiiiini'h fru ndh, In" iiivi- Ilii- u- ndi rlnl nlKnit il (lini u 11- ii H i, ni 11 lir. Klrnr I i i plrii-i' in If .1 Itn M Eli i'i II rrrul atllii ti il H I Mi i i- null i ulil mil I hniiit. 11K or tii InniMi, MM urn u hi ill I, til nm nnd !l Irlnl It U liiuinnili i il nuiiifi Trliil (rri' roiirl i 'i III tlif IUHlll'l flf ill i i d dn i.i Inlj! it (i i. 1'ji k A 11 ol -PHI! dm UK! tin-1 mi 11 :t u in ni -.i1 d ('mm, it I hi i [i rr, II HUM In I mi n i I 'iill.iml i ininn or Still ul C'illiunilji dim; hl.1 II 
                            

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