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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 24, 1893, Woodland, California                               VOL. XXXII. WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOISKK U4. 1893. NO. V9 TO THE WARBLING VIREO. Bweet little prattler, whom the morning sun Found Kinginpr. and thislivelongsummorday Keeiis warblintjttili: hero have 1 dreamed away Two briuht anil happy hours that passed as one. Lulled by thy silvery converse. Just begun And never ended. Thou dost preach to me Sweet patience and her Kuest reality, The sense of days and weeks and months that run Scarce altering in their round of happiness, And quiet thoughts, and tolls that Jo not kill, And homely pastimes. Though the old distress Lonm gray above us both at times, alt, still Be constant to thy wixMiland note, sweet bird: Bv me at least thou shall bo loved and heard. Lampnum in Youth's Companion. The Moon as We See It. Did you ever stop to consider the fact that the inhabitants of this earth have never seen but one side of the moon, and to inquire the reasons why such is the case? The explanation is this: The moon makes one revolution on her axis in the same period of time that she takes up in revolving once around the earth, thus the same geographical region of the lunar surface is always toward us. As one ex- planation usually calls for another, it may not be out of place to mention the fact that the reasons the two motions of moon above referred to so nearly coincide are these: The moon is not a true globe, but is very elliptical in form. It did not in all probabilities orginally start on its axial rotation with precisely the same velocity with which it moved around the earth, but the very best astronomers say that the two motions were not far apart in the start. Assuming that the moon was semi-liquid or at least soft in those re- mote days, the earth's attraction caused the lunar surface to elongate, and in the untold ages which followed its axial ro- tation, owing to the attractive influence of both the earth and the sun. was made to correspond with its orbital movement around the Louis Republic. How's Your Liver? Ts the Oriental salutation, knowing tliatgood health cannot exist without a lien I i liy Liver. When tha Liver is torpid the Bow- els r.r-o sluggish and con- stipated, the food lies in the stomach undi- gested, poisoning tha blood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassi- tude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is do- ranged. Simmons Liver lias been, tha means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a heal thy Liver than any agency known on earth. It acts with extraor- dinary power and efficacy. NEVER BEEN l CD. As a ponfiral family remedy for Torpid Lhcr, Constipation, etc., 1 hardly ever tiling else, and have never been dis. appointed in the cflect produced; it seems to he almost a perfect cure for all diseases of tho gtornuch aud Bowels. W. AlcEuioT, Macon, Ua. Old Time Banking Methods. While discussing the matter of the troubles and trials of banking business of today President James Espy of the Ohio Valley National bank said to a group of friends: "I tell you that we do not know anything about the peculiari- ties of the banking business. I have heard officials of the bank when I was be- ginning in the business rehearse the expe- riences in early banking in Virginia. As is well known, the residents of that state were not much given to business tactics. Whenever they bad occasion to issue a note, and it was quite frequent, the bank officials had to drive around to the vari- ous farms, or to the place where the maker lived, and it was quite difficult to get them to sign the original, but much more so a renewal. Experts got so they could tell whether the note was renewed in the house or in the field, as they could tell whether it was written on the pom- mel of a saddle or at a regular Cincinnati Enquirer. DECLINE OF NERVE FOP'-F Is one of the first signs of a premature condi- tion of the body, and with it comes other weak- nesses, which in the near future cuts the vidual beyond all nerve power. stopsprematurenes" of the discharge GO TO THE. Democrat Printing House, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA. to days. MODVA-N Uon. nerve- I is the best remedy for I this premature eondi- I FOR THE stops all is a wonderfully powerful producing remedy. HODVA-N HUDVA-N I is the most marvelous I discovery of the age. is a po-wer. producer. Take builds up the nerve tisgnes of r__ makes man anew. Hud- the great brain, and nerve- TVhy He Didn't Shoot. A man with a wife who has her own ways about doing things catches her now and then. "My he said the other morning as he was dressing, "I think you were right when you told me last night that there were burglars in the house." she asked nervously. "Because all the money that was in my pockets when I went to bed is gone." sho said, with an I-told-you so air, "if you had been brave and got up and shot the wretch, you would have had your money this morning." "Possibly, my dear, he said gingerly, "but I would have been a She laughed softly then and gave half of it back to Tit- Bits. _______________ The Whistling Tree. A species of acacia, which grows very abundantly in Nubia and the Soudan, is also called the "whistling tree" by the natives. Its shoots are frequently, by tho agency of the larvaa of insects, dis- torted in shape and swollen into a globu- lar bladder from 1 to 2 inches in diame- ter. After the insect has emerged from a circular hole in the side of this swell- ing, the opening, played upon by the wind, becomes a musical instrument nearly equal in sonnd to a sweet toned York Telegram. A Good Excuse. are charged with assault- ing this man. plead guilty, your honor, but I havo a good excuse. I addressed this man civilly throe times, and he never answered me. the man is deaf and dumb! why didn't he say so? A curious box was recently found amid the ruins of Pompeii. The box was marble or alabaster, about 2 inclius square and closely sealed. When opened, it was found to be full of pomatum or grease, hard, but very fragrant. Tho smell resembled somewhat that of the roses, but was much more fragrant. American pioneers were God fearing and Bible loving. They staked out town lots in 22 Bethels, 10 Jordans, 9 Jerichos, 14 Bethlehcms, 22 Goshcna, 21 Shilohs, II Carmels, 18 Tabors and Mount Ta- bors, 22 Zions and Mount Zions, Edens, 30 Lebanons, 26 Hebrews and 30 Sharons. A' Liverpool policeman, who, as ho thought, swallowed a sixpence 13 years recently had a severe pain in his throat. A lit of roughing ciimo on, and the long lost coin, half of its original thickness, was released from his throat. wlll give you strength. cures Lost Manhood, Dizztneae. Constipation, Nervous ds. bility, nervous prostration, falling sensa- tions, nervous twitching of the eyes and other parts. and makes' pressure, blues, melancholy and wasting nervous decease. stops all Ic Thoro an unknown quantity of silver in tho bay of Rio do Janeiro, a silver mine, in fact, of, comparatively speaking, unlimited dimensions, and ev- ery ship that drops Anchor there cuts in- to the bed of At Redditch, England, people more than needles a year, and they are made and exported so cheaply that England has no rival and the tncte. to the body, so that all the orerans of the bodv are in a healthy state. Undeveloped and stinted growth revitalized, resuscitated, restored by the use of The ravages made by vice, the horrors of a premature old aze, the victim of the drug habit, tobacco and other vicious habits trill find forever cure. There are no failures. Don't be alarmed, even though you have tried every known remedy. After you shall have used tOHetaimm you will be a man, a powerful, vig- oroua man in every sense of the word. If you are weak, debilitated, lack energy, nerve force, vitality, use HUDYAN. If you would be happy, strong, -vigorousand powerful use HTJDYAN. If you have n mind that is wandering, a memory that is failing use If you. feel as weak as a kitten use HODYAST. If you are groping in purblind Ignorance, not knowing what to take, and have any of the above symptoms is a e bui.aer. Are yon contemplating marriagi? Then use If you arc not using HUDYAN you are not do- incr justice to your system. The new discovery was made by the special- ists of the old famous HUDSON MEDICAL IN- STITUTE. It is the strongest vitalizer made. It is very powerful, but harmless. Sold for II a package, or six packages for (plain sealed A written guarantee Riven for cure. If yr-.u buy sit boxes and a re not entirely cured six more wi'l be sent you free of all charges. Send for circularj and testimonials. Address HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 1O3% Market St., San Franciico. The Celebrated French Cure, wSTcflnnr APHRODITINE la SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease or auydisorderof the generative organs of either sex, whether arising' from the excessive- _ BEFORE use of Stimulants, AFTER Tobncco or Opium, or through youthful Indiscre- tion over indulgence, as Lose of Brain Power, Wakelulnehs, Benrlntf down Pains In the buck, Seminal Hysteria, Nervous Pros- tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhcea, Diz- zinc s, Wenk Memory, Loss of Power and Impo- teiu v, which ir i ejected often lead to premature old i'V- inn Price fl.OO a box, 6 boxes for l-i IW. Split mull on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE it given for every fii.OO order received, to refund the money if a is not efTccted. Wo have thou- sands of testimoniiils from old and young, of both sexes, who have been permanently cured bytheuseof Aphroditlne. Circular free. THK APIIKO MKDK1INR CO.. WcBtern Branch. Hot 27, POPTI.AND, told by, LKITHOLD KLSTON, Woodland nnj.s, An ounce of rtmvKNTios is worth twenty-tliree UUE Try "SEGURO" OP Wilbiir'n Safety AS A MON nn.V UKOIII.ATOli NOTHTN-G i.i UK: can equal it. (Jive ita trial and you will never lie without ii. A SITIIR UK forl.ciicorrlm-a. IthanNin KK Kiit.Kn in 11 Mimle cji-o that it is recoinmi-ndeil for For Hale by nil IIrM class 1'rico- Smnll l.orcv. ipl.SO; Innra boxco, jt coninins nolliiiin polinninifl, or injnrtoni ir liny U'lv.nncl can only do pood mm it. Send wii-oen t stain p for prl viUe circular to Wilbur Knfoty Pitrkrt 5-H K ht., SACIIAWKNTO, CAU LEITHOT Sole tor THIS.PAPER Dakc'a AdverlKinr Agency, M and W Kxchanfte, Han Prandim, tor IM tor It. Finest Printing AT THE Lowest Prices! CARDS, ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS CHECKS, CIRCULARS, DODGERS, LETTERHEADS, RECEIPTS, POSTER WORK OF ALL KINDS! BY-LAWS, PAMPHLETS, CATALOGUES, TICKETS PROGRAMS. WEDDING CARDS MEMORANDUMS. Briefs and Transcripts a Plat-Opening Record Books, Blank Books, Day Books, CASH BOOKS, JOURNALS, LEDGERS, ETC., Ruled to order and bound in any style of rinding with the celebrated FREY PATENT BACK, the strongest and best known, at San Francisco prices. BEAHER BLOCK, Cor. Firat ft Main StrMt, -e- Woodland, Cal. S-AT-l.A DAMS   I'ol'.N- selor-at-law, Beamer Block, Woodland, California. K. BAKF.K, ATTOKNEV-AT-LAW. KGO-Mp 1 and 3, Excelsior Block, Woodland, Coll- ioruia. SAAC JOSEPH, ATrOI'.NKY-AT-l.AW. OF- tiee, K street, SucriiiiK'iilu, Cul. JO. BALL, ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Woob- laud, California. Ollice over Bank ol Woodland. JKOVK I.. JOHNSON. W. N JOHNSON .t JOHNSON, AT 1 OKX 10 law. Ollice, Ml .1 street, Saciamunto, Cal. i. u. F. McK IJ X K it (i HO lit i 1C, AT 1 i RN K YS-AT-I. A W. Ollice, 101 J street, rooms :i, 1, and J, baera- munto, (Jal. MISS NORA ANURKWs, .srKXO'iUAi'HKK and Typewriter. All kinds of copying uually doue. Kooni -1, Jieamcr Block, ood- aiid, Cal. pHILLIP BRDTON ATTORXKV-AT-I.A W and i. Notary 1'ublic. Kxccl.sior iilock, over DK.MO- CUAT ollice, Bcniner Block, Woodland, Cal. RL. SIMl'bON, ATTORXEY-AT-LAU t aud Notary 1'ublic. Ollice over Bank of Woodland. ROSte CAMI'HKI.I. A1TOUNKY-AT-I.AW. Ollice, Fatmeis' and Meirlnuu.s' ilanlv Building, Woodland. .UKNTISTS. DK. A. N. DICK, DENTISTS, WOOHLAXD til. onice over Karmers' and Mercluuits' 3auk. Rooms 11 and DK. K. KDGAR CAMPBELL, DKN'llnl Woodland. Otttee and I'nrlora. removed ti Fanners' and Merchants' I'.ank Building. 1 OHN T. (1KANT, D. D. a., DENTAL KOO.Ms J Excelsior Block. Over iVoodland, Cal. S E BEEBE, M. D. RESIDKXC1 on North street, between College and First lext to Ur. CumpbeH'a. Eimuirc at it Elston's drug store. Ollice, np stairs, ove ilruj; store. DR. II. 1'HYMl IAN AX1 surcreo'i. Ollice: New DIUL'S bnildinu 'our doors west of Farmers it Mi rrliMiiis' Hank Woodland, oiliee hours: b to 'J ami 11 i> 1- A M.; '2. to 4 and to U i' M. PEERLESS SALOON, ABE MOKKIS, i'KU prietor. First-class wines, liquors am cigars. Next to Bank of Woodland. Cal. J. HALL, ARCHITECT AN.J SIM'IIUIX teudeut. Over New York. Store, Wou'llair' K. DOB-OX, AlU'HIThlT OKFICK IN T T Dr. White's Main street, land, between .Setond ami '1 lnnl les sons Kivcn Nisht lor men liou open. Call uml examine pupils' draulims A'hich are <'n exhilnli.in nl the pavilion Ladles' elabS in nfternoon n'Jti GO TO A. 1'INTO'S MARKET FOR tish, fruits, vegetables ami groceries Country produce bought and sold. 1'rice reasonable, (foods delivered to aMV part of th city free of charge. rC. LEE, I'L.UX AND DEC( IKA'l I VI paper-hanger. Int-imr dccoriitini; i specialty. Le'ive orders at M. luges' and II Lindner's stores, Woodland, Cal. s'JMf WIKL I'.KHWnUY. M-.COX1) belu'ecn ToKoni and Trail Cisco. on the 1'aciiic toast. year's onlpllt, "l.lj.OOU luiireN. i Maii'iKcr; J-.UNi -r A. bin Agent. Between Two Fires! N'nl Krnpp (iins, t.in t hi- nl in in i In1 mltlU' ih  pold t very low pricex. 11, H. Woodland, May Jl, 1871. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! IMMENSE NEW STOCK! Fall and Winter Clothing at Reduced Prices! We have just received a. Large and Com- plete Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing in all the latest styles, which we will sell at the following reduced prices: MEN'S CLOTHING: Prince Albert, all-wool, black, reduced from to Black Diagonal, sack or frock, ao.oo to 13.50 Clay Worsteds, all styles and colors, 17.50 to la.oo ray Cheviot, square cut, reduced 15.00 to n.oo Suits, all styles and colors, 10.00 to 7.00 YOUTHS' CLOTHING: A full line, in all styles and colors, from up. Boys' Knee Pants, from up. ERVIN Bricklayer J-'J-V -m J and Contractor KmimfUOB funiinhed without olmrije on appl- ution. (i Bjioctally. I nlao fnrry a full ne of ootiRlntlnp of l.im R Cement (bout Hunter 1'firin K Of V ,BMt Woodland 'Ira Brick, HMr, ftlno pnrry K Of Vdllejo eK. Our Shoe Department is complete in every, respect and we have just added all the latest styles. Our Bargains in Shoes cannot be beaten. Look at these big reductions: Shoes formerly reduced to Shoes formerly reduced to Shoes formerly reduced to Shoes, Buckingham Hecht's, reduced to Shoes formerly reduced to A full line of French Dongola Kid, patent tip; Shoes, for former price, Give Us a Call and be convinced of our Great Re- duction in Prices in all Departments. People's One Price Cast Store. ROSENBERG BROS., REGULATORS IN LOW PRICES, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE, IMPROVEMENTS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN! 'TRACT ACRE Situated in the southeastern part of Lake county, 10 miles front Middletown, and 25 miles from St. Helena and Calistoga, comprising. 400 ACRES of Valley Land Easy of CultiYation. 200 ACRES of LOB Hill Land Adapted to Emit Trees and Ylies. 500 ACRES of Pastnre Land, Covered Witt Scattering Timber. IiIlK MIII, is OK THKKK 120 adobe, the balance newly idi-d, a portion being black gravelly land, and rich Handy loam, capable of prodm mi; hnshclH wheat per acre. From M to 70 of wild clover can becnt 5' tra tlit creek rum fo'' twi nl fv out i rriKiil Thr ThiH tn ML- through nil) here u l liuirr ofiuotjt excellent water will distributed over the entire y ILH ten small apruiKS of never-falling water, M well M a valley. There are also two welU, one nine and the other i hail in unlimited at a depth of from ceven Inn ihu valley, making it an cosy matter to grow AUalta witk- ty ronlrols mi extensive raiiRe outside for grazing c-t of lnud could lie ea.slly sub-divided uud niruiHh for MTtrml IMPROVEMENTS "on HI H! of n coin fort a hit' Hinall house, wocnlNhefl and cellar; three bftnu, Oomlfl tor tlMMkj k-ic. At'oui acruH the hind in well ft'iicud apaiusL large ana ahout itrrvs IH fenced with a tlireC barbed wire fence. There a amall orchard el nbuut lu LruL'H, thnt IXMITH raoHL fruit. PERSONAL PROPERTY ('omprinr'N too he fid of shoep, 25 hcnd of cattle, seven head of good yonn( MfRff s, one and out' unuill cultivator, one harrow, farm wagon, tprlilf Hiilky nike and all tlni impJrmentH now used upon the ranch. FOR TERMS AND FURTHER PARTICDLiRS iPPLI IT THIS OFFICE. PATRONISE: HOME IJNDUSXRYI ASK YOUR GROCER FOR White Swan Perfection flour. The Whitest, Sweetest and Best Brand of Flow Awarded First Premium State Fair 1893, County GRIST WORK A SPECIALTY. WOODLAHD ROLLER MILLS. NEWSPAPER!   

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