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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 4, 1892, Woodland, California                               VOL. XXIX. WOODLAND, CALUTOICMA, KV 12N I FlCltlt U A ItY 4, IH92. NO. 29. ATTOK.V K VS- AT-1, A W. AD.VMH A 11KAII. vrTllll.XKVS AM) si-lors-HI-liiw iitul Nutjirlus 1'uljlir. Uuoms u -iml lu uperti UTuck, <'nl, KAlii A HAWKINS, ANJi rmiiisi-lnrii-itl-litw Hinl Nullifies Wmiilitiinl, H.tvi- iilK.F mi'i ui'c-draiL- Al.siirm-1 -ijjrtfmiit nil liintis m Ynlu Cw. THOMAS, ATTUKXKY UliK-k, t-'aliforuvi. 11 K. HAkKll. ATTUllSKY-AT-liAW. I'Oii.MS 1 mill ;l, Kxi'flMior WiioiJlilil-l, <'iill- furiiln. TC. 11AI.I., rt i Imul, ULlii-i- ihvtr Hunk nf KL. SIM I'M IX, ATTllltNUY-AT-I.AW, in Hi) Hit? Olllct; with .1. I'. Hull, uvcr Itltllk K, I'lIVSJI'l IN AND A Kn- illllrtr ill 111-Id's ilru-< stuff. O HS. STALL A 1 it CI.MlK. I'M Yi-li.'l it in I -'k-jj UT MiVL-l, Ti Irpii i, Sun  ivnii. ill li'ini'iii I'll I Tin 'mi Bin I Uiliiv iti Jm'kwii ItmMliiK. Hi M dt-iii-i-, Jiititi li. 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JnHNSuN IS XiMV I rrrri vt- ti Inn tubil MUNI trrn J-i'sHmi.f [Jiijiil'n rt-MtlL-tir TtJii inl m eii'h L'iiLiiu SL< Tn I1.s ill V JT I H LIL K I XS 1 1 AS 1.1 mi I'ltnuT vv hero IHJ will .'i Iwuyi-All H'tirk E ITI c'ity. urk ilmu- Fur 1 1C S J-! L i A [i ti [hi III- fi Kl [II! nr ii-u i LIFF Vil J.   l.isn "rncr, M u 1.1.. I'D.4 .Jim. Nnl'ICK Irf HI-.KI.IiV I.S Til I JN Hllll IlLI' {.IE I 'IPIIN LNl ,1 I'll I !l'l I JL flhl' I'luliJi-.' IjLinl- ill I ul I 11 Illil, lirln F] !J'i vsJil ILh'dm 'I I [l-' f-ninnrl I.. Hinniri, "f iilmin i niml> ii( iiln. pit i- (i'i' 'I'l-i'i-ilnri "i mi HIM, IIHS tins ilnj tlli-il in rliis i- In-. urn ul, Nu. fnr Ni'' jmo-miML -f i kit- N K i l t'J- K. I t ill' M-TI Nil. ll.lii Nn H S liHTlire ,1 W.. ilil'l ill nlli-r i-riHii tlui' limil IFI tnnre vulimoli' Inr us smne Hum jjin innl In lli.l l Inlin In Slllil ItHl.l In-Krli- ill.' K'-fl-li't ninl lii-i'i-iviT nl UIIK iiilK-t- tit  nut wi'lll In lie." Wei-f yon ever 1 ln-i'el'" "Oil, J es, "And i.s thai old dam still across Ihe rivvr''" "1 believe il is." yon on tbe damV" She Linked at me curiously. I Went ON without waiting for a rejil ''Would you mind showing me tin; way to it? It is :i long while hince I t lii-rc." Hhe drew h'-t'M-lf np with a slight banti-ur. Then thinking that, perhaps I iinaix-uMnmt-d lo the cmiM-nl inn.il ways of life, him Mini pli-as- untly: "Yon have only lo walk 1 brough 1 he Wood hiring I it of 1 lie hi HIM' and ion will conn; tu it." "Tbank I replied. "Imt I bopf-d you wctutd s'low me ilie way." Hhe looki-d "Miss 1 Miid, altering my lour-, "1 Otlcc met you when i VMS n boy here fit fichool." "I knew a iniinlicr of ihn Raid, mnre intereiited; "wlm may yon 1 flrwulod to tell "M yon will pilnt me to the I said, "I will in- form yon." bho tbongbt a nirncd and looked  L fev- titi.i trttpidiitioii the nii'tition uf my fimlt. I went of my own "He must have been to blttine. tJo iviw older ami stronger than you." "Oil tllP contrary." she wtjil, with a slight irrititlioiit "hejunipinl aftvr nio like the noble littlci fellow tliut ho was." I turned away on exHiuin- iny u down the river. "At any rate hu 711 nut have Ijcyfjci] your on hid hi'inli-d permitting you to go into siii-li :i "I never paw him ayain. IIo went I l.'ast I could detect iv timii) in her voiee. A IJUIKINU MONOPOLY. THE PADROME SYSTEM H a.5 IN- VADED YORK'S PERRIES. Mr n I'rlvl- ItilT" oil I In- ffrrylnmtx itinl Iti TtiHt Hurt The niifiiiiintf law of bnsijie.ia is that wherever there in an opportunity for tlie profitable int'csttiii'iit of riipittil the tnoiuiy is forthoomiiijr to keep thiit htisi- iUld llpoll siti-M. And HI it lias cnme iilxmt that I'apitalirittt not ilisilaiiifil to take hold of the busi- IIHKH. While wnititifT for a Itnat outside of the Twenty-third Mreet ferry .Jer- f-py City a Hun reporter pot n sliine from a rfiinarkalily HIM] cffieiwtit Amer- icitn boy, wlnwe inniU- of cleaning and Hhiniii" ttiilii-iited a ijood of I liuve she on, he wuiihl coma Ijitclf, !is Uie other Buli'.ilnrH do, U3 you tiru now, and let me ti-11 linn liuw nitiuh I thank him fur his uolilt: I siinl. hii.Llj'iily turning iitiil tier, "tins i> luo iimch. I lliat lioy. I led j on into 1 he I fureeil you to KU out on tin; (lain me. I permilfeil yim to full in." iiMii-i; limn :itinn'd for all )jy risk- in" vtinr lift' to don't yon ijo inside am! pi Hi up business on the boats, whvru jour   all iheir I do not reini-mber if she my earnings to the padrones who hire thi-m. hand Ol' t yras-.pL-d. hi'iv. At any rats '-he boys do not turn in an umount that is hellei't-d to be all iheir earnings the put f nf niic while I In- of I he hiiiJilniLT, ;i lit I It; higher, scrvi-s as Ihu si-ore. On thin h-inl'i-a man ntliri'l us thu IHTID liKher- 11 in 11 sils ,'inrl iniliiF.T i-iniinly K'M'f i linn Ilie iMiit-iiiiline til' Now and I lien In- Wurlis 11n- li n. i of a miiiLU lire sail! ma I, caii-hiLC 1 If I (1 tn skim ill (Jn hot (IriVH blacks' clmir-t are very lenipliiiLr on tli" F-trcft ciiriu-r-i in Ihu hh.'iili-, iLiid many a und lakes a hliini' just t'ur a rest. The sr.m- lin-r is (he IHHII lilnck-i' liiirvi-it, Ihf-ri: is >n much and M> tniieli ilmi. Sonii- siiliiim exact lent li'nin tli" hahans who have clmirs tnf in fronl. nf ilicir IK-ri an- con lent IIM- I'-i-vices in np t hi- pluci- nr fni- errands. pi-u- prii'lurM cinne nut and occupy 1 hi-chairs places, in the m'efit chattrni uf l.he Ilalian nwucrs. Sntne lime it w.ts nut that i a lioiiil iiiiiny wn'm-n wnnld 'heir I thiH-s clcitiii-il and shiin-d as IIH-II dn if tln-y en 11 Id have 1 be same Xohoily M-cni-T 111 cd nn l Ins jfl. Uiil it 1-1-i-ini likely that thiTe wonlil be uirnn-y in il, inic man find P. mil, tli.il, lln-re i.-i itintii'v in il. nllirrs will full i iw. As il is, inaii v i if lln-ir sbm-s, and nn I fie c-haiivi add have a shini-. ft Venl tiresome jfii-J sn THE OMLY PERFECT A'wrarded the Only GRAND PRIZE -AT- PARIS m EXPOSITION I 8QOK ij LIGHT RUNNING, Most. Perfect, Seeing, Machine SOLB ON EASY TERMS H. H. AGEINT. Wheeler Wilson Manufacturing Co., SAN FRANCISCO. ii: FOR FIRST-CLASS TAILORING! GO TO II. HACHMANN, The Leading Tailor. 11 FT 11 iti Ntiil ii ii, 1111 On' in -.r. 1'lFE-titn'St. iniiKl fiisltiiniiiMc nml In this t-fty. II is ii i s .in- Tin- 11 mi MI. lluiH-M t I'll II111; ntnl ii iji'rifci lit Cleaning and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. GIVE: HIM A OAI_I_. ni'i'. wuoiiLA'sn, CALIFORNIA. nil IN n- All nf this nltrai-ls tin; at- Kl1" p-n-rally finiln an nbject nf Ihnusandsnf   On-Ks, the vai nisliinii of i nsM't flines, tin- oil shine- all Ilii'sr slniw liiai lln- lnjul- jiJ'e in h.irmmiy wil n t lie sj irif of Ihe tli.il thi-y have eyes ti pen to till! ily fm- kti pmi{ pure with the linn. 1.1 on other tie- purlniciits m-iivitj. When chorus of this tial.ions calls upon ImsinesM lo show what it. done of iin- l.ortiinue in ovulntioii of society the modern bootblack will no nwViov- ditmte place, Vmt he will shine like ouo of hill own tnoM polished York Snn, CAPITAL HOTEL! K. MOI_ENIMX K. Mol_EN IM AN, Proprietor II JIM- Inli-ly rt'1'li-il I.'ISKIT HVWTI.T; Kuims In fnr tlip m- nom m oil n lion of niuiiii'ii'inl 'I'ruvclt'rii. l-'n-i- 'lius. stri'i-t the ilniir. TvlPirraiih Olllfr I1 liox Til SriiiiTi.v I'IIWT CI-XBH. BUY YOUR TEAS, COFFEES JIKD PROYISWM FROM H. J. SBYDKR, OPPOSITE BYRNS HOTEL. Goods Delivered to all Parts of the City Free of Charge. H.U.PRINDLE! -M Merchant HUltT BLOCK. Flnt Street. W   

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