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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - May 28, 1892, Woodland, California VOL. XXIX. WOOJJLAND, CALlJTOlllNIA, SATUHDAY JSV KiNIiNG, WAY 28, 1892. -NO. 126. 1IUNTINU llf u CUKltH vi> 111 Ylllu aiHl KB. UKMUI-KU 1 HII tin-it the follow- ing us tliu remilt of ;i days' Jk-kl work sea rolling fur hem i-ji ruinous stones and foHails in Yulu nml Utku My aiitioiiiiiLioiis were fully both in tlie (iiinntity tnnl iiiuility.oi iitautions, fossils, seiiii-iiu-uioiw and furioa culksuteil. Horace said, "a stone N ;i without won but u arc to fully aist lortri epitome, and present a. f.Lvt-j their location, ijtutlity and the piobuble outcome .if fu- ture developments, tin a source of if the is Utilised. I know a flrni in Sun Kriitifisi'o wliiuli Bends large quantities of Culii'iirniu stojiee to Denver, Colortuki, but we never hear of them again except Colonulo pi erious stones Cuiif.ir nut id the producer of the in tin- rough, but does not realist' full value. I found of petrified and ifled wood, principally the hitter. Snun; of the specimens ure of imv beauty, would be oinaiiient-i upon the sht-lvea of uny cabinet. T also found somo fciir. but small, specimens uf opiilis'ed wmul jiisptrs of every hue, the ptuluiuinntiug cotorx living red and jaspers, vilnte, yellow, red. or and gieen with retl 111.1 1 ki one beautiful ribbon jasper of one nodular jasper, which has an undies-- variety of tints All It ivt> ttieir own uuliar maiking nature newr lepro- iliites exact duplicates, In some, red piedoiniiiiites, in otheis. blue, and in still others, a lovely golden-yolluw and car- mine. Tims synthetic. chemistry, during un- numbered iLges, built up tin- gtode, agate, the mby and the sapphire, all being the product0 oi her wonderful laboratory. The relicsof paat ct'aturifb, reaching back in linked suciestion to the primitive dawn of the earth's forma- tions, are left and spread hnjadcJft tor us of the nineteenth century to tec tire as our The farmer tums tlujin under at et cry furrow, not halting t" examine their e.xijuisite beauty and wonderful formation oi the fact that the stonet he burK-t aie worth more than lih land. The cullec Tion may particularly bo Ll Porcelain jasper Red. banded nith black; red, black and mottled, yellow, vermilion and liluck ra >ome very line and valuable of the last. CainehaiiF Although of fane grade and htglih culoied in )i.iid- nfcPS they grade eight anil one-half. Uhalcedomea Uf opal white, with light-blue concentric huei- Uaus-lment wdx-culor, one shade. Fortified agates Not pkntiiiil, but very fine and ridi tn coloring, with numbers of dillerent coiun-d cuntx-rili layers, indicating the iiiannei uf U- formation by earthy concietiun, piidu eight, in hardness, will take a he.uitiful tftripeil.Lgsi.tes, with nudtilai nf von i bi nation of all lovely ulm-, from jet hij.uk to light i tun it presenting txulenue ni niL-Limm jjluu tiaiisforrujtiun Star Bird Valley I found unu -in.ill fasbiliycM.1 tooth, nu he- in circtimfereiu-i, wlsich tn a. LiiHhtodon, whifli jjroluhly vuums.-d over these liills .mil tin.1 imouene deposit To ilie L'litltu-.i.i-in' rehc-hunUT nothing oati ilini the ch.inn-- that duster urouiui the uncivil aniim uf tliese wonderful uhith moveil and had their liuiiu; dnitnt; tlie or curliest pait of the terti.iry t, lony the d uf jirvhih- toiH' man. In iiLuiginution, we "O hack the eu'intlijHs mntuticti ol ihu i1 seems to im that practical inustliiuu lnjen almos-t ojiiliolluiij fapirituf the man, .Vd.im, .Hid lli.it, handed down foi m'noKiticnf', unlj m iin intenr'ilit'il to ii1- cit tht.' c-iitage ti> in holvinj; of mystery by wliith weuio bnrroniuled At Una elcvatnin, in thi- hlullc where theileimsit- of the alKAe-inun- tioued wood, itouea and foo-ils, il is plainly discernible, and e.i-v to L-UWisli the fiii-t by a prHiiinnaiy survey, that tlih was unco tin ilime .ittriUnted the that the examjilet nl their lire from f the .irr injLinent after a-ii i and in to g-i t ncrv Men down at tlio tnd-. of the car were to ht.iuil on their toe-; to fx- .11111 m' lu-r The pirl looked nsif hlio vnntfd to shinik aw.iy. Hlie reminded one of u hnnn d t'.iw n with ,1 lot ot ranged aiumid hci ready to their tot th in her. At Chatham the called: j ioi FuUoii, ami South Perfumes Horse Ltkes, Thet e are perfumes that are very giatefu] to horses, however httle ciedit a. horse may commonly receive for pob sessmg (Jehtauy of scent. Hoi'se tram ers are aware of the and make use of their kuuwledse in training stubborn and apparently intiactable aminals Many trainers have favorite perfumes the composition of which they keep a secret, and it is the possession of this means of appealing to the horse's that enables so mj.uy of them to accomplish Mich wuudeiful re- Louis U lobe-Democrat An Mell Cull. One of the patents foi electrical con- trivances from tho ptitent office is lor an automatic guest call tor use in hotels, ft consists of a combination of a clock connected through u series of and contacts with an annuncia- tor bell system. A guest vv lihing- a call at a cprt.im rime has his bell connected to this time itup on the cluc-k circuit: at tlie ik'Mjjiiatccl hour the bell in his room rings for a certain period, or until ne stops York Woikl. Bur burs Use Little Witx Now, Sajs a barber- "A thing that isn't used much these is This Store consumed three pounds of it u d.iy tenyeius ,igo. dud-we don't get with a tolitary pound now 1 once cal- collated that New York meu ried around 130 pounds of wax 111 their mustaches. This was at the rate of ono ounce of to Yoik Herald The aro'sc and foi the door. Tliu f.it 111.111. the thin in.nt, thu incduim imm ,ind t-r.il other men st.iiteil also. When ilit) ti.iin stopped the girl turned b.mk nml re-ontoicsl the train The fat man, tho thin man, the mc- ilimn iii.vn and thu several others stood on tho platform imd looked blank. New Voik Recorder Tlic Vcni.iculiir. An. olO Indian hgbter on out) occasion was called on to make a statement con- cerning a battle to a rongivssionul com- mittee, and ho was r uy.sii'. tlicir normal anil ailii.u laki-n in jteiisoii. tliey clieck llio uf :imi lioniy jnuoh ami bug 11 coiiluil, AjuN I'll Is -in- The Favorite family innliuite. ti.m hotli by fstitl In In- "We sc-ll inoic itf Ajcr's Tills Hi in of ill ot her 1. 1 nit Jim! ilu-y sim- [ici IfCi Satlsf.ll-tltHl 1 1.1.1! llniKKi'ils. Wii "I li.ne uwtl AjPiN Pills fni tlif jinsl tlnrlj- IjllIlJ.ll' liKL'l'uS, ATTOK.NEV-AT.LAW, 1 1-xielsiur Iflui-k. Uil. Family Medicine I liiHiwuf nolK-ttei it-nniilj Iiir Isvts J.uiii bovvcls, and tlioseot llu, ilup's CK w Tliusu Fills :ire not severe In itiui .utmii, tjut, du tlicir u-ork I li.ivu used tliein, wltli noi >ii HID cure nf iheu- hidnc'i lioubles, and Pills Dr. J. C. AVER CO., Lowell, Mass, Every Dose Effective. A Lady with A Baby Complexion CAUSED Bl MRS. GRAHAM'S Cucumber Elder Flower Cream, Ti's1 after H 'J Illv fV-r fiv tmintliH n it'll} S skill 11 ill IK; IIS J.Itlk SOIt lltlll Mil It. IV M, 1'iitt i Iwir us tbc IHUKI iliiln-iuii-, s skin IL it tirlflh'i d osmuln- l( i H'linef: imnlies innl Milkers. It an] in in ritlie1. tin- llnis niii-l.li s. murks ilti 1 si It is tin. mlf-d nml ISB to Ilii-1.1.111 if In I (inn Br I'rli-eflW ISoitlclii'.t'itlirei iiuiiiih" SAMPLE BOTTLE miillnl frit- Iu nnv Im1j- uil n.i H uf 111 i tfllt" 111 iti lilln In 1 "J lur IKI HTid IPIU J iliU ji ills iviiTitui Mii- OKI i.VIM iri'iiiiii rciiuli lur :IJ'. MilK.-'.lrii.-l llllulju 111 For nil lij Mils 11 Mtlhmr, is f n: n os- POSITIVE GUARANTEE frirlil tn nfo, t'- r'L Itn piu. inn -J' f F ill____ ______ ...r....... EUIIIOS Ln if Hr. r'Lanusjtio.iri I'tuiiMiil ill ni livsit .u, IT i tr-coii, V ii luriial i. it. lo ifnrrli'ia. In.' EftiL1 i i'; KTI. J." I'm IT nml JitEjm ti M MMfrc'jIicte if'tnl et11 insaiiltv. Trke (I 'L i 5 'T mat A V riliES -rsi'ARAKTEK if u-rea fr- c" J ijU orderTct i n tort [iitnl tliu iinnt.-. i n lfr-ii.inij.5tf ra N not clTiNtnl. i. f to't i inniuls fTim d il ntil o' 1 'i't? ti I j- j ef it ntly fttri li> thL'ti-Ls THE APKRO MEDICINE CO. fViihteiii IJruuch. Uus PUI.II.I.SII. Oa, Slnldlij-, JOF-tS V. LMTHOTP. unnillBtid. Cn' Your druggist does not spread bis plasters or gela- tine-coat his pills. He knows rhnt such work is better done in a factory. Some try to make an Emul- sion of cod-liver oil; but thf y cannot make one like Scott's find it out some day. There is no secret in what it is made of; there is a knack in making it. 'I hat knack is Scott's Kmulsifin. Thrre is a book on t 111. INC- that yon to read. ShaUwcsendii? Free. or r At I oik t our all I t r -jj Snutll 51 h AviruUCt nitl'n I t oil Liver t do EISS! Its Causes and Cure, u n till 111 IU rr ii mx sliiinlitii' i f IIT nil nlhip In iilnii tilt IIIIM- lull, t i In ,h1ti, nils N mi'tit'1 IITII] II.......iii n innvi-ii i in lr ililllM itl-lnu unit 1'Ul.ln ian.i, i lihfui inn lluiu iilKu u new uisd HjHlfiii ul nil lauds in C U Hull Ah AirOKXKY AN1J C'OU-S- -lim jiuumur tilutk, ,T i. liAKKK. 1 i 1 auti ISluek, Wuoilluua, Ush- H II HO'IAUJM.. VTTOKN1CY mill .Niilan 1'uhlji- Otliw K tr l'itl I C. ItAI.L, A'llOHM-.V'AT-LAW, J. liiml, "Julilurmn. (JUluu over ONSUMPTION. nlwvo diKHma; hyiln (if vmrpt klnil Mid of Ions curwl. y, I will no fnror Rhn will mnd rao than- 1'. O. f. A. 1H. 183 Penrl St., M. r> RL IslMl'hOS. AiTOSSEY AT-LAW, Hill pruelice lu ill Ihb ourla willi J. C. Bull, It uf I) K K iVbOV, IJlIM'JSTri. W001JLAND, CAL, liunLol Building Dlt K riJC Vil C DESTIlsT. VVuinllnnd am! 1'arlurs, removed tu A. A IBB UmldlllK- I> .1 I) K, IJl'Mlb'l. OiTIUi in Hull s new IjitililniK. Mum sirect, Wood tlllll, till. (JlllLtJ 10 Ii A. M lllltl 1 tfj 5 1 Ji (..lilXT, D I> S., DENTAL KOUMS fj Cttl UVL-C T. S BpHuMilig's Lli HOI.MLs, D LJ 4 DFNTAL TAKIOlls, Minn S'lL-L-l, hxprisn Ulllce t.rtjn 11 unl Jtriilsi- Work n Ht'' inlty. (.uttt, Clilurofurm, or Lllitr ti'1initiisli'H'il fo 1-HYSICIAKS. h. HEUllE. If itli sln-i-t. Ii UK "tort, 1. ill Ltitliold a DK l-LU JVIKSO.V, IAS ASU iJilHu nml rLiitdunie ovisr JJuu ill's biioa in Jin J. B. WALDEN, Dealer in New and Second-Hand Furniture, BEDDING, CROCKERY, STOVES. ETC. And in Fact, Everything Needful in Housekeeping. REPAIRING NEATl-Y DONE. LEE'S OLD STAND. OLYMPIC BLOCK, FIRST STREET HEADACHE Of any kind or from any cause CURED t in from three (3) to thirty (30) minubes with certainty and safety no matter of how long standing, by using Rev. j. w. PENDLE- 1ino 1 TON'S CELEBKATED Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. your druggist does not keep it, send ten cents for a trial bot- tle, or one dollar for full size, by mail free, to CALIFORNIA CEPHALINE COMPANY, Reno, Hevada. For Sale by G. W. ZIMMERMAN, Woodland, CaL Dl iti M FIMblLIAN AXU ml atuiitluii MIVL n to the Throtit Mi.'. Ollmr in InLkHiin liisi-- Juliii yttphL'iih 'iL-luphune Xo. 40. I-IIVSILIANS AND '-nri'i.u'is UllitL- t.ruy a Drug Storts, itl riVLOON, ARE MORRIS, i'KO- 1 irmior First-ilnss wines, liquors uutl toliank HOTKLS. AMLIJI-.E. ousrv, CVL l-lm-r luss in respect A ploiwaiil rusurL lint minum] -001' livJiiiiL'imt'l hunting M. It Uiijys iS. b. J.dunji lull J'rrj] rietors Hoi t.L DK vn-Bibs, CA Sirii tl> hrst-clrtss lieiiaoiiable rules. Jotin illjiss, f'rup. tiv- it A iniiN tiii IS I'liulnn Fram. isco. TiOIt H JJII'OKTKD AXJ) I1 ilnrmslli i Iciii-s, tulniucu Binokers II oil on g, coiifi-cliuns mid RU to Wm J Hook's il Cleiir 1'itliiL-e T JVtRY isT TO GEEIVE'S LIVERY JLj In, tmwswtk', for rtialilo 1 Kinaitiit stuck wull uared for. MJi K. .lull.NhO.V IS NOW KEAIJY TO rtiuivt >i 11 mi Luil nu in Our (if pupils in i-iilluro Lrt'Jiiis lit x nsldvucc. Cnii itnl tit 1'liuiu T VMI D-rnRMANKXT urKICE Atof-T mil uiilicrscx, Fiilnrv Riiilwiiv ui li> ulluc n< Hul[ mldressL'd stampuil tint In IK.- II IUM1S, bLere Wry, bull Fratu-lsi u, Diurniit. inlijlilf HAVE YOUR BUGGY PAINTED -JSY- O. HORNL.EIIN -----THE----- CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTER All Work Guaranteed to Be First-Class. Cor. Main Fourth Sis., Woodland, Cal. OPP WOOULAM) WATEH WORKS OPERA RESTAURANT JOHN ZYIRKOYICH, Proprietor. STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS Ml s si Al U.L not lih. French Cooks'and Courteous Waiters. at the l ii 1 111 Mil M, (MiltI 111 KJ up- '-mjfli n ml iiint i lii-it 11 n m H. niL-t nu i ,i Inn w. f llHHMll 1UNI I UOIV it l.v M IK Nurfulk 11 ml ni t I n Ei v ni iiilH ui-n- nil stiiii'liinl lir< il mill tn-tntik r. (iinlsiiirvintf from i-l ni i h< dtti rtn Mm iitui K-iMiniiiliT nnil -Jin-n Ii nml mm, II il Ktlf.inl x lliilr) Kinii II. lit will )H- i ismi l up furl In r nt .1 IT urii'TMM! Superior Stoves AND Ranges! ARE THE BEST. 1 PLUMBING GAS-FITTING, General Jobbing and Tank- Building. W. H. SOUL-E, WALL PAPER WALL PAPER 1 COMPLETE STOCKS! MODERN PATTERNS! ARTISTIC DESIGKS! The Sullivan Kelly Company, SACRAMENTO, CAL. for Samples and Prices. CITV MARKET MOSSMATER CO. IN------ FRESH AMD SALTED ME: ATS gud all klndH of SAUSAGES West Valley Lumber Company Oregon Pine, Sugar Pine, Mountain Pine, Redwood Lumber, DOORS, WINDOW BLIND, CEME'JT, LIME, HAIH, ETC. YARD NEAR DETROIT, Cut to OnJei1 on Sliort W LYroRD. Atfiil. S. T. MOWDER, Mftiiager, Woodland. FOR FIRST-CLASS TAILORING! GO TO H. HACHMANN, The Leading Tailor. fun will ilint t luil In 111 1 1.
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