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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 19, 1896, Woodland, California                               VOL. XXXVI. WOOD.LAXD, CALUTOIimA, WEDNESDAY JTEUKUAltYT 19, 189G. NO 42. RECLAMATION SCHEME. Meeting of Land-Owners of Reclamatioo District No. 108. lip-mUluii to Construct a Wont Sule Canul fur the I'urpcise of UrMin- liig HIM DUtrlct. DUNSIGAN, February meeting of the latui-ownura of Reclamation Dis- trict No. 108, has been called for Kmishta Landing. Saturday, February the and there is no duubt but that there will be a large attendance. The purpose of the meeting is to de- vise some system of drainage by which a body of the best funning land in Yolo and Colusa counties ca i be re- claimed. The land is already protected from the overflow water of the river, but there are several creeks that run down from the hills anil empty into the basin, from which there is at present no outlet into the river. It is the disposition of this bill water that furnishes the vexing problem to the farmers, as there is not a drop of the river water in all the basin. All schemes to reclaim the land from the devastation of the hill water have to far proven unavailing. This body of land comprises about acrea of very productive soil. The latest scheme is to construct what will be called the West Side Canal. It is proposed to begin at a point north of Colusa and run southeasterly al >ng the border of the basin and along the north side of the ridge at Knights Landing. It is said that such a canal can be con- structed so that the water can be emptied into the Sacramento river above high water mark, and without in the least endangering the town of Knights Landing, or increasing the danger of the farming districts below the town. The land-owners have had prelimi- nary surveys made, as a result of which they are confident that the scheme is perfectly feasible. The purpose is to make it large enough to carry off the combined flow of all the creeks running into the basin from the foothills. The route of way would be through an alkali strip that borders the basin, and the use of b'lt very httlo land that is productive will be necessary. I under- stand there ib some opposition from a few farmers who do not want to give up this strip of alkali land. There are a few others who hesitate about endorsing the scheme on account of the great rost, but all agree that un- less the canal or some other practical scheme of reclamation be devised, all to take care of the tule water, all this valuable bojy of land will have to be abandoned for farming purposes. The cost of the canal is estimated at but I understand that two San Francisco banks, with practically un- limited capital, are so well satisfied that the scheme can be made a success, that they aie willing to furnish all the money with no other security than the land. This would mean a tax of about an acre, and experienced farmers say the land is so fertile that one good crop, which would follow reclamation, would clt-ar off the entire debt. There should and no doubt will be large attendance and a thorough discus- sion at the meeting. The land ought to be reclaimed if it can be done without inflicting injury on other sections of the county. If it can be successfully done many thousand acres of taxable property will be added to the tax rolls and the pro- ductive capacity of the county will be materially increased. III Doubt. The name of the successor of the lute Bishop MonJBtie is not yet known by anybody in the Sacramento diocese. It was reported on Monday that Father O'Connor, of StocAton, has been ap- pointed, but the report is not credited. Archbishop Riord in mid the Paulist Fathers at the old St. Mary's cathedral say they have no knowledge of any such appointment. The clergy generally hold to the opinion that no appoint- ment has betMi made yet, and when the Pope nominates the bishop that his ap- pointment will come through Arch- bishop Kiordan. A Vft-r.r.cint Curioiily. The Rutland division of CenMal Vermont crosses tho >i.- at Mount Holly, Summit Station feet above .-pa level. Near rl.ut station, when the lailroad was building, the tusks of a largo American elephant were dug np. These are considered the greatest curiosities over found iu Ver- mont aucl are today, or wore very re- cently, preserved in the capital building. In the same collection of wonders may be seen the skeleton of au immense prehistoric whale which was found iu the town of Charlotte iu 1879 while some excavations were being made. The skeleton is that of n whalo at least 150 feet in length. The place where it was found is exactly 150 feet above the present level of the change. Found Fault With Hamlet. There is an old, a very old, tale told of a venerable lady, who, after seeing the play of "Hamlet" for the first time, said, "It is a very good play, as plays go, bnt it is made up of quotations." This good dame, although she was probably unaware of it, was ackuowl- j edging, in a roundabout way perhaps, the indebtedness of our language to our national bard; phrases, sentences and sometimes whole lines from his writ- ings have been crystallized, as it were, into colloquial English, and there are probably more quotations drawn from the works of Shakespeare than from those of any other author, ancient or Journal. THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE is SIMMONS LIVER forget to take it. The Liver gets sluggish during the Winter, just like all nature, and the system becomes choked up by the accumulated waste, which brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma- tism. You want to wake up your Liver now, but be sure you take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR to do it. it also regulates the it properly at work, when your system will be free from poison and the whole body invigorated. You get THE BJEST BLOOD when your system is in Al condition, and that will only be when the Liver is kept active. Try a Liver Remedy once and note the 1 difference. But take only SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR is SIMMONS i LIVER REGULATOR which makes the I difference. Take it in powder or in liquid already prepared, or make a. tea of the powder; but take LIVER REGU- I LATOR. You'll find the RED 2 on every I package. Look for it. J. H. Zciliu Co., Philadelphia, Pa. ioii F. S. Freeman and wife entertained their frienils Tuesday evening with con- solation whist. There were twelve t ililes and the honors were nwan'ed aa follows: Pint for ladies, Miss Mailne Kills, gentlemen, M. Diggs. Mrs. H, Lawhead and H. Farley carried oH" booby honors. Refresh- ments were served about eleven o'clock. Tlioy Oot floaterH. There were no lebs than seven ofl'end- ers in Judge Larnpton's court this morn- inir. Four of them, James Tracy, Matt. Butler, Cliiia. Asli nnd John Kelly, were given the alternative of leaving 'he city or nervine forty davs in the county jail. Three others, William Woods, Jas. Bell nnd Arthur Robinson, were given thirty- c'av floaters. v- illurii. i. ii, t mit in >n I i.' i.ii- ti> hm t conditions of :i !M called upon to n- s ol, ..'ii produces severe if not iiiomiitly checked, re- -li in or pneumonia. Mr. J. O. .it, cx-in.-tn.-K'rr nt' the Fort Bragg 'n ;IM iiniiH-n-o institution at L't; Cal., they '.ell large qunnti- iiiml.erlain's Coitirli UoniC'dy at the ii iol'  deary Street. SAN FRANCISCO. CATARRH LOCAL'DISEASE and is the result of colds and sudden climatic changes. It can he cured by a pleasant remedy which ie applied di- rectly into the noytnls. Be- intj quickly absorbed it gives relief at once. Ely's Cream Balm Is acknoxvlcdp-cd to oe the most thorough cnre for Nasal Catarrh, Cold in Head aud Hay lever of ai) remedies. It opens and cleanses tho n isal passages, allays pain and inflammation, hcnla the sores, pro- tects the membrane from colds, re-tores the of taste and MUCH. PnceSOc. atDrn-.'UHtsor mail. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren (street, New York, Notice of Public Work llli IIOAKD OF TULVTKKS OK (Tl Y uf Wfiudlnnd, at a mcotlni; holil on tin1 M dny of February, Ih'Jti, jmssud n resolnl ion ol inti-ntlon lo oj.en anil extend ICIliolt atri-ct in paid City of Woodbind from the hinds of ivtcr Kinkle to "eat ntrci't or Cemcii'ry avenue SMIul iirojioBCd iipciiiiiK and of Kllott Btrci't 13 In lii-s nnd i" lo cross the lands 01 Ci-ier Mai-ilalfii Kuhn, Woodland .-clmol DiMlrlc-l KniniH C. Ltuinunoiir ini-I Susan For fnrthc-r jmrti' ulnis you arc fi-ft-nt-d lo (he abovt'-inentioiifd resolution, -s it ;ippenrs on the ri'i'ord ol thr niinnti'S of suid H.iiird of Trustees, at mid 18.', .1. C. NEKF, S'reel Snpcrintojidi'iit. CITY MARKET, MOSSMAYER CO.f Wholccnle mi 1 Ki'tatl BUTCHERS and PACKERS. Cdd Stora-te in tha, fifv H.ERVIN, Bricklayer and Contractor EallmtUOR furnlRhe'i without charm4 on njipi. cittlon. Jobhlntf n spcdilty. I alRO oarry a full line of Fluster's rtiipp'.iefi, coxflntlne of I.irno, f'ortlund Cement [iieitl Hunt, I'er.n, flrr. Brick, Hulr: iiVncnrry ft xtork oi v Prer.iftd Brick. RcPide-n o Knul WoxJinrui. M ASON'S Steam Laundry AM) SHIRT FACTORY, 52! J Street, Sacramento, Gal This well-known laundry has established agency in Woodland m Dlnzler's Barber Shop, Under New Bank, Where all orders left will receive prompt atten- tion. Washings collected on Tuesdays and delivered on Saturdays. Nothing Bat First-Class Work Done. PRICES REASONABLE. Send in a Trial Order and be Convinced. EMIL DINZLER, BYRNS HOTEL Tonsorial Parlors, LOUIS BECK, Proprietor. Haircutting and Shampoo ng. SHAVING ISO. BATHS! BATHS! The finest Batlis in tho city c.in nail at thii- OHtabhshincnt. Tlie ni'COTn'mthi.itiuiis lire tirst class in every resptc'l, aim patrons cni> un either fresh wnter, :-EA hVI.r or f-L'l.l'lIl'l- baths. WOODLAND BOTTLING WORKS HORNLEIN BRITT, Proprietors, VGENfb .ETNA WATER SAMUFL'S SODA WALTER'S NAPA SODA -J- JACKSON'S NAPA SO'.JA GEYSER VVATLR SHAS A WATER CORONADO WA1KK CELEBRATED FREDERICKSBORG BEER Orders delivered promptly to any pnrt of the city. 'Speckled Trout." BE1ST 5c Havana Cigar In Town. Reynolds' under Craft Hotel, KRELLENBERG SOH. I.K AND nu. KINr.S or Furniture AHU Bedding Which Wi bj sold at UNDERTAKING In UOKNhit OF 1 lint! AMI) MA'.N K K. n'l -1 WEST VALLEY LUMBER DMAI.ERS IN Oregon Pine, Mountain Pine, Pine Redwood Lumber, Doors, Windows, Blinds, Cement, Lime, Hair, Ltc. YARD NEAR DEPOT, WOODLAND. Lumber Cut lo Order on Short Notice d W r. MOWDf.R Ajront, Woodiand. Manager, Sunset Limited TAKE ViMruits To TUB 2 Famous Festivals 2 OF THE SOUTH No Loss of Time No Extra Expense' All the Couiforls ol Homy en route' THE MIDWINTER CARNIVAL AT PHOENIX, ARIZONA February 19, and for fuur days that in- teresting frontier city will RUN MAD WITH MERRY-MAKING There will be Indian and (Jo. vboy Sports, nil kinds of Uiiuiea, Tournuim tits. Knees, Mutiu, i'ugeanta, Parades anil unrivaled WILL) WEST EXHIBITIONS. 1'hcL'nix distances the -.vorld in last named f nture. Sunset Limited Leaving San Francisco Feb. 15 Leaving Los Angeles Feb. 16 THE WOKLD-PAMOUS MARDI GRAS OF NEW ORLEANS Place February 17, 18, 'I he unique and intensely fuii-mnking char- of tins time honored festival is too well ki.ow.i to net d other mention than the bare of dates. Sunset Limited Leaving San Francisco Feb. 11 Leaving Los Angeles Feb 12 Inijuire of Southern Pacific Company Afrents lor adM.Ttlbinjr matter giving full particulars. A'e IAKE WHEELS Too! Till I'. Mr i u'nu E ILI.EK, Ar butter Hull my, StteraiiH'nto. al. A. I.IJKUNKK. I U'.MMKON AKMSTUOMJ A A' pruoliee in an Yolo courts J Street, Sarram -mo, T'll. A L1SKRT M. JUHN-HJ.S., A riOKNl.'i-.VI law, 918 Fifth strt-et -..I'liiuu'iUo. ARTHUR C. UUbTON, AIlOKNhY AN counselor at law. Nolnij l''iL.Iif. Olhce Room 6. Ueumur liluuk, il 'ii I C'ul., N. A. HVWlilNh. J LKVIG CKAK.I I1AWK1N-J, ATTOKNlClS AM uuunielora at liuv OHiue ovei Hank u Woodland, Woodland, Cul. CW, TtlOMAB, ATTORNEY AND   gelor-at-lttw, Beamer Block, Woodii.ud California. jl R. BAKER, ROOM land i, Excelsior Block, Wo..Hand, Oil fornitt. _______ HAKKtf G. SOUUi, UU7 1 street, between Ctu and 7lh. fcaen men to. il INCKSON VAN FLEhT, ATfOKNLYi al-Luw, 627 J Htreet, Sucrauiento, iSAAC JOSEl'U, AlTOKNEY-AT-LAVt. Ol 531 K. btreel, Sitcmintuto, Oal. r 0. BALL, ATTOHNEY-AT-LAVV, Wool tl laud, GttlUoruid. Office over Bauii u Woodland. JAMES B. DJEVINK, ATTORNEY AN Gouiiselor-at-Luw. OUice, 001 1 biruci, -mi. rumeulo. UKOVK L. JOHNbOli. HIKAM W. JOHNSON A JOHNSON, AT'IORNK Y.s-A'l law. Ollife, 5U4 J street, Sacramento, i, a NORA ANUKEVtb, STENOOHAl'l! hi 1VJL aud Typewriter. AU kinds of i-oj.j mt ueatly done. Kooin 4 Buamer Block, and, Oal _____ J. H. M'KUNK. WU.ISUK F. 1VJ. Oilice. 401 J street rooms 3, 4, mid o, .Sm rit meuto, Gal. DHLLLIPBROTOJS ATTOJiNKY-AT-LAW utul IT Notary Public, Inters, Gal. R [uility Guaranteed the OUH LINES, WEIGHTS PRICES THI ABC RIGHT I ELDREDGE0BELVIDERE (N TWENTY-FIVK STYLES. WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE CATAtOOUI. National Sewing Machine Co. BELVIOERC. ILL. R-I-P-A-N-S The modern stand- ard Family Medi- cine Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. MISS M. A. WILLITT, Fashionable Dressmaker uldn-n's f'lotliliiR in flints' wardrobes a iciiulty. ALL FI1TINO O U A RAN 1 KKH. ill nlso ijo out mill sew by the day. oom Ho. 8, Excelsior Block, WoodlaDd. OVER SPAULDING'S. mr4d >s I II! I I., j DR. JORDAN CO.'S GREAT MUSEUM OF AHATOHY St., San Frunrlsco (Hitmen inh and 7'n o <-o iviui how wonili'rful! j nn J c in.ulu and how t.) IK! u-u.x-c. uin Ji of ni'v sum c'tM. .MilR o' mun lo   i llrcd without the IIHO of nil r iiiu'iiKiio piTHonally nr by Si 01 THOS. M. PRIOR, IN ardware and Agricultural Implement? Agent for the Celebrated Bain Wagon. .IAIN STREET. WOODLAND THE TRILBY WM. J. HOOK. 06 J Street, Sacramento, Cal. Exchange Market, CHALMERS BROS, ft McGRIFF, Prop's. BUTOHEIRS AND DKAUCR8 IN LIVE S.OCK. MoatndeHvorod to nil part-tof tho city free ol o. Dive ntt call at Cownrrt fluwkln Mnln itrcot, Fir it nod BcOorxl. 1JC J street, Sacramento, Cal. RL. SIMPSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAV. and Notary Public. OiHee over Bunk Woodland. SL. ROGERS, M Montgomery Block. Sau WHITE, HUGHES i SKY.MOUK, rOL'NMiL ors at-Law, 420 J street, nuerawento, Lul LAMPION A: KIGHMOSD, bEARCHEUb Or 12, Bcamur Building, ovoi DEMOCRAT office. YOLO COUNTY TITLE AUbTAUT COM pany Abstracting nui Conveyancing. N. A. IlAWKii-b, Manager Bank of oodlond. DR A. J.T. KOYLES.fllYblGl AMj geon. Otlice over Farmers Merchnutb Bauk. CB PKOV1NS, -M. I> 1'HYriICHN AN'I surgeon, bpecial attention t diseases of the nose and thrunt ntn correction of till errors of refraction. IMU  D S DENT Al, li( >OM.- Exceisior Block Over "tipHUMitik'V >V nod land, Cnl DINZLER'S TONSORIAI, ta moved to Farmers' nnd McTCliauts' limit Building. Ladles' shampooing, 50 cvnti- [Uiok, polite and artistic PEERLESS SALOON, ABE MORRl.i, iv.O prietor. First-class wmes, liquors :n.c- Iprars. Next to Bank of Woodland. O TO A. PINTO'B MARKET KOR FREMI JT fish, fruits, vesctables and Krocerios Country produce bought and sold. Price- easonable. Goods delivered to anv part of ih  SCORCHER, aa-lb. LADIES', Indiana Bicycle Co., Retail ib 20 McAllister street. San Francisco, Cal. A. BERG, Agent for Woodland and Vicinity. D. H. QUINN, FOURTH AND J STREETS, SACRAMENTO. HATTER, LATEST STYLES ALWAYS ON HAND. 11 (us made to order. Old hats to look Bank of Yolo, No Shooting. All persomi nro horobr warnoil not In short n my ranch on Ihe i.ordon (iranl oron any of my iircmisoa All olli-ndi-rs will be- iiroM'Ciiteil o the full extent of tho law. MR.i. A. IIKMMKKI.Y. THIS PAPER AdvcrtlRlnR ARonry, M and Ver. Kxohnnge, Sun Franclwo, Onllf., ont'totlfot cm hem Woodland, CAPITAL SUfU'I.US. W H RO W N RI I, liKN.I 1'KAKT........... C. W. IHiSH............. VVOKH AND ASMlcTANT CORRESPONDENTS: Hanh of California...............flan National Bank of D. O. Mtlln ,k Co.. .S I.aldlaw A Co..........................New first National Bunk.....................Olilonirr Alio draw on the principal cities Knropp. A BANKIHS BOIINHS TBAKCAOTID D. 0. BEAN SON, Furniture and Bedding Matting. Window Baby Buggies, Picture Frames, etc. REPAIRING PROMPTLT ATTEIMD 10. Coroner's Office. Undertaking a Specialty. West End, Mill Strut, NEWSPAPER   

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