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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - November 19, 1895, Woodland, California VOL. XXXV. WOOBLAND, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY EVlCNINd, NOVEMJJKB 19, 1895. NO. 104 PYTHIAN LODGE, (Mklal Visit tinti Cfcuceilor Win turn of by I'ytluaii K. of P., tor lime. took place bid evening, the occasion inp an official visit trout Grand ClianceU lor, George were uleo present Urand Chancellor A. J. Buckk-9, of fivla.no county, and MrtSlcr General J.I I. of ters. During evening decree wns conferred upon Jfttnee and Uien followed beautiful exemplifica- tion of tho third degree upon Dr. Martin Henry Seibe. The team executed the work in ftit excellent manner and WAS highly complimented by the visit- ing brothers. It was a Ute hour before work wae com ted, after which Grand lor a brief rt-marke etxunt that he was glu-l to report tbai the order of Kniglm of PytbUw arndually ahead tn Is jurisdiction and tliut at the end of the present year the outer would ehow a marked in- crease of membership over previous Pusl Grand Chancellor A. J. Buckles and Grftod Prehue Judge Grant followed with a few choien remarks aod the asieinblrttfe aOjourue.l to the banquet room where very eumptoous lunch was tervetl. Ihe feature of which was oyster blew made to the queen's trt nml served by Frank Dietz, To Frank awarded the highest honors of the evening. After lunch remarks were made by the tt was an early hour in tiw morning when the assemblage adjourned, after having ipeut A very pleasant and beneficial evening, which will no dutibt renew ttie efforts of the locnl lodge to contioue tlie increase of If meniuership to a high number, There were present Irom other places, bellies tliettrand officers already stated, J. E. liuavvcll, of Sacramento, John Me Ooubrey and Peter Larson, o( Wiuters, Wtu. Russell, E. L, Mooney, Sarn Mont uomery, Win. Torrents, Jetf Jotmson, John Anderson.Thos. liradv and Kli Snyder, of DavifivUle, CBAWFOItD. Si com! of tlie SuritM of KniertafnuniiiU by the Voting On Monday evening next, November 25th, will be given the second entertain- ment in the series by the young ladles ot St. Luke's church. Captain Craw- ford, cbfeE of scouts, lias made many cumpalgoa against the Indians, and ia now Aid -de-Camp on tho staff of the Commander-iu-ChieE of the Of rand Army Of the Republic. Ills entertainment has received countless press notices and com mendationa from leading people in all parts of the country. The following from the fatuous AliJine Club is u sample "On the evening of April 2Uth, Tho Aldlne 01 lib, Ilev. Lyman Abbott, pmnient, liold a 'Western Camp Fire.' Gener.il Mi lei was the honored and Capt, Jack Crawford the prin- cipal entertainer. And what a glori- ous ctitertaininennt he gave, for OV-M- nn hour he held ihut immense audience of iitors, lawyers, bankers, brokers, preucliers and literary people with the most unique, original, pathetic and humorous medley ever given by one mini. Every tins and word haslieaUby, cleun, patriotic and manly. Ex-Governor John P, Si. John, who wiib present, wrote to a Western friend If you want to see a living picture of frontier Hie, and increase your love of home And humanity, and laugh until yonr sides fairly ache, do as I did, go hear Captain Jack Crawford, the and Prince of Entertain- ers. I have never his equal. The grciit U'cst is proud of her Bobby Burns, her pioneer hero.' Make your Hrnvn gements to be pres- ent. Yoo will never regret It. anil tin.- higb d> it lobe an article of i U'.iili :ni'l merit. We llio i- "l ill1 iwicnre three Cal., in (he i.l'llie ifuwily. Mr. A. V. Trmlcll I relief when I 1 1 i Ucmwly." Mr. .t "I am MtlisM tliat rirnnib-iltin's Jtctnctly cttrcd my Mr.J.M. ILtioIuTstys "Fonliiw T tniv tft'.! I.', in- ii, nntl i lu-ii sii torv." For Tboro are mnnr etxxl you UM One Coogli no whr you not. If In iiuc4 rt oply line nrnomn to PlftfMiilT. A. T from whlcb (ho CMIIVOII flvrr lit HfTnl for I rule.) 10 I. W. nftht lot A. A I'. It. The Witch tcftown. -1, M MMply AUoullun Once more we denire to call your atten- tion to tho fact thrtt the (irat installment of Stats and county taxed will become delinquent on the 30th instant. The board of supervisors directed the UK-collector to visit the various towna in the county for the purpose of accom- modating the taxpayers. Tlte reduction in the assessment made by the State board of equalization neces- sitated a vast amonnt of labor in the tax-collector's office, so that the books cannot be written up in time for him to make a tour of the county. Taxpayers Who do not pay their taxes at the col- lector's office in the courthouse before the 30th instant will have to pay a penalty. E, Kt) pa trick, of FUlmore, Cal? had the inisffirnme to have hit leg caught be- tween a Kirt inut n stone and badly bruised. Orditmity he would 'mve been laid up Tor two or i It ree unt nays: "After using one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm I be- (pm lo feet better, and in three (lays -was en- tirely well The peculiar soothing qualities u-litch Chamberlain's Pain Halm possesses, I have never noticed in any otlter liniment. I lake pleasure in reeomniending This liniment ia also or great value for rheuma- n and lame back. For sale bv Leithold EUlon, Corn E. Cramor to Tbomns Lot 53i no 00 J. lioraU) to Cora E. S Lot 3 ud_S Of lot J. block 4. t-achevllle 10 00 SPECIFIC FOR SCROFULA. "Since childliowl, J have been flftltcted with scrofulous boils and sorts, vvliielt otwsed me terrible suffering. Fltisiriaiis were unable to and 1 only grew worse under their care. At length, I began totuke AVER'S and f very soon grew bet- tor. After using luilf a dozen bottles t completely solliut 1 Iiavcuot had aboil or L> b UBSTAL KOOMS, or Blouk. Over "Spuuld tog's" T B HOLMES, D. OVER ells Fargo ilt Expreea, Main ttreet. Udl, D INZLEK'S TOXSORIAL PAKLORS-, RE- nujvcd to Farmera' nxid Merchants' cents; Ladles' ohaiupooiiiE, 50 ultk. polite Hud artisuc service SAT-OONB. DEERLEtJS SALOON. ABE MOBE1S, prietor. First-ulass Utinors nud cigare. Next WBunfc of Woodland. Tuesdays and Saturdays FROM TUEBDAYOV. 5, The moit cpmvleto, mwlern, eiimp- ped anil perfuotly arranged Vent) billed TranB- uQntmenMl Tnun in Ami ment, eapeuially cletlirnur! aervioo. Nolliinof epupod ti __ coMiroRTRiid tfio fiigliest ilegree of JSNTfSR- TAISMJSST Olitiuaablu WIULTC TRAVBLISfl Direct connection in New Or I tor points. Quick tmtt. Only c nance, Amencii. New cletlirnur! am! built for ibis Nollilnof epupoa to niiiire For -HI 8 U1ELI, AHB O US O TO A. PIKTO'B MARKET FOB ilsh, fruits, vegetables aud R ountrj- produce bought and sold. easoiiable. Goods delivered to ftuv imrt of ity tree of charge. IJ. PROVOST, TEACHER OF PIANO aud orgnii nt VVooillfiud, t.raltou and olo. P. O. mldress, (LirHftou, fill. NEW HOTEL. Now Open For Guest. BOARDING AKD LODGING At and per day, Tina hnU-1 tiaa joat been rc-fnruiahcd utd uRhly ri.-DOvau.-il. tliu bfBt of aurom- now G. W. GRIFFIN, Proprietor Hotel Julian. JACKSOH, Prop'rs. he Most Elegantly Furnished Hotel in Woodland. UL1HARY DEPARTMENT UNEXCELLED mil -niitcs of rooms fur tin- tmn of hoipL- jtfoplc wiili hut and fold umor iMtibs. pecial Accoramodattom for Conimerdal Travelers. enlmlly Located. Free to and From All Trains. Bank of Yolo, Woodland. California. APITAL FAJD UK URPLUS. .W CHI. PlliBT A NO U AkBHtAHT C CORRE3PONDKKTS; tank of California Fruoctneo tlenk ot D.O. lnirffCo. York HiHl NjitlotuU Bcnk AIM dnir on tttt ettlei mope. One Mlo Wedding and Parly Cakes, Best of ALL KINDS OF BREAD, CAKES, PASTR! AND CANDIES, Go to JACOBS CO, MODEL BAKERY North Side Mala St., Woodland, SIERRA LDMBER COMPANY, E. U. TILDEN, Manager, Main Street, Woodland, Cal, AH Kinds of Lumber, Shakes, SHINGLES. ETC. L. A N D FOR for raising grain, alfalfa, fruit or Yolo, Colusa and Solano counties, in quantities to suit purchasers. Cheap, on easy terms. Apply at BANK OF WOODLAND W. H. EASLEY, to WM. O'BRIENt Scientific Horseshoeing General Blacksmithing. ALL WORK DONE PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY. in n Work Shop on St., IB Bill's Old Building I OR. JORDAN GREAT HOSBDM OP AKATOHT Mftrkot St., Sun fltli und 7th Oo dml ttMtt Ol AtlUVU ot tho by m pof moru mono; for bdvltio Uw bmii by tho ft million iMIitr concern, tvhoic bond to M cood M fold. Ib SCORCHER. Branch, McAlttaUr A. BERG, for Woodland and Vicinity M-1b. LAMM', J. B. WALDELN, 715 TO 717 FIRST STREET-TWO STOKES. RBPAIHUG JEATLT MID MHHOTll DOR riRST DOOR SOOTH OF YORK ftTORK.
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