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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 8, 1901, Woodland, California                                 . * •  VOL. XLIV.  WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER  1901  PURELY PERSONAL  MARKET REPORTS  Fluctuations In Wheat, Corn, Oats Provisions, Etc.  ft MUSICAL TREAT.  Movements of Persons Prominent in Society and Business.  We are indebted to K. E. Mulcahy, tile commission broker, for the following market reports: wheat Opening  High  Social Gossip of Interest About People Who Dwell in Woodland and Suburban Districts.  56% bV , SID  LOW  STH  Clone  SHU  SS*  37; „  /  S. Rummelsburg returned to Colusa today.  Mrs. Thos. Ross, of Sacramento, Is in this city.  I, M. Bedell was an arrival on the noon train.  W. H. Curson went to Otisville this morning.  Mrs. George Rupley returned to Dunnigan today.  Percy Hoag, of Davisvil'e. was iii this city today,  Mrs. John Craig was an arrival Monday evening.  Dr. White returned to San Francisco this morning. ^  Supervisor Decker went to Sacra mento this morning.  A. W. North was a passenger on the early morning train.  Editor Scott, of Davlsville, was an arrival on the noon train.  Mrs. Fred. Miller returned from San1 Braristnx't nutk Francisco Monday evening.  C. P. Balzari now has charge of lh** dairy at the lone reform school.  Mike Robinson was a passenger on the south-bound train this morning.  Mrs. Lsowald and daughter were arrivals from Rocklin on the noon train. *  Mrs. E. F. Murray went to San Francisco this morning to visit for a week.  Miss Claudia Clanton and Mrs.Beers returned from Sacramento Monday  evening.    'N  \ J. K. Smith left this morning for  1525  1535  906  905  Mb  795  803  55%  MHK  58%S4  86%  37$  1505  1520  392  892  835  737  796  rn:  8§b 58 HH  87$%  1525 15 W  rn  897  845  792  SUO  * j. K. Smith    ——    -    -    .  San Francisco to attend th* Mason I*  convention.  O. Lucan »*auie over from Sacramento Monday evening aud  reUt,n * Hl  this morning.  Miss Annie Hafner and Mrs. Ed. E. I>eake returned from San Francisco Monday evening W J. Pickering. CL H. Fuchs, Sheriff tlrimu. Bam Grigsby and wife were arrivals Monday evening.  Mrs. Ludden has returned from Spokane and Is now the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Murray.  Attorney W. H. Cook was an ai rival on the noon train aud returned to San Francisco this afternoon.  Mrs E. McCook returned Monday from Shasta county, where she has  been visiting relatives and friends^  Mrs. John Herryford.Tof Redding, arrived Monday evening ami  guest of Mr. and Mrs. George  of Vallejo, who  October......  67 i'x,  December ....69^4  May..........TH  Corn October 55%  Kl wa **< it  Oats  December.....  May...........37%%    *  Pork January.......1605  May..........* 1520  Lard  January........909  May... ........897  Ribs  October.......810  January........790  May.......... • -8u0  CHICAGO, October 8, 1901.  WHEAT — Liverpool wan I to I higher.    Paris } to i higher. Ant  werp unchanged. Thereafter a weak opening local feeling turned strong. Some speculative buying for trench account was reported ami constituted the principal bull Item. \V heat is relatively the cheapest grain, anti the underlying holing among speculator* is bullish. The vast majority of traders are constantly looking for something bullish in the situation to encourage an advance in wheat. Fresh buying today was sufficient to furnish the impetus. Little or no export demand is reported so far, and as far us we can learn French buying was not in any great extent large and may have been to cover hedges. Wo see* no fundamental change in the general condition. Estimated curb tomorrow, HK).  CORN—Sold as low this morning as 5$t*|. r - Liverpool was * lower.  the world's visible decrease 3,000, Market had sn extremely dull tone. Demand is poor and the tendency seemed heavy until supjmrtod by th** advance in wheat. The active speculation vyas ne irlv all I tm bull side. Unless tho demand lm*| proves, vve doubt lf advances can lie maintained. Estimated cars tomorrov*  OATS—Bi adstrict make* tho world*.’ visible decrease 1,139,000 bush* I- Her* market is dull aud* unsteady. Thor** if  (  shipping demand : buying on tho whole j I* not very encouraging. Market ha- i the support of «**veral prominent lucu!  ;  traders in speculative way. Estimated bars tomorrow, 105.  PROVISIONS—Market is heavy aud J lower. Receipts of hogs at primary markets 65,000 against 73,(0) last year. The shipping demand swnw to b«* growing more slack and hogs are sharply low**r. Lk ul support in a evidence. Provisions have had a sharp tie,dine and some rally is hoi now unlikely, but we think prices are too high to be maintained, and that they should be sold on the hard spots. Estimated hogs 34,000. Ship-  Royal Italian Band at Op # ra House This Evening.  Has Earned a Wide Reputation and is Now Better Than Ever.  The famous Royal Italian Band is expected to arrive frdrn Marysville this afternoon. It comprises fifty i>eo pie, independent of the soloists, Mine Baliti and Miss Heintzen. We have already explained that this great mw leal aggregation comes to^W oodland because the Clunie Opera House in Sac rumen to is not ready to receive it, and the music-loving public of this city will therefore have a privilege that they would not otherwise enjoy. It is probable that the band will also make an- j  people present went music mad, and from pit to gallery there swept one continuous wave of enthusiastic applause. Even though It was the last number of the program, Sig. t Featorc willingly responded. Even then th* audience refused to be satisfied. A curtain was rung down, but that, seemed to be only a signal for a renewed outbreak.    ,  Encore number two had died away, id the doors of • the Grand wore thrown wide open, but even the ‘dulling air that swept from the street did not dampen the ardor of the people.  In vain did the players rise from their seats and leave the stage; the audience would not have it, and for the third time the greatest band Seattle ever entertained played its evening farewell. It wa* a great reception, an honor worthy of the band. It seemed as though the handful of people who were present were ashamed of those who should have been there, and-they made up in enthusiasm what they  lacked in number.     c  ...  The band is not unknown in Seattle It was here last year and drew crowded houses night after night. The band i* better now than it ever  w *f  The prog rams are arranged with utmost  care. They do not soar In the classical, neither do they sink to tho level of ragtime, but they reach the people. Nor do they appeal in vain. tug. Creator* has earned a host of friends among the rausic-lovlng populace ot Seattle by his untiring efforts to please at all times. Aud the men under him  BRIEF CITY NEWS  Events of Merest in Woodland and Surroundings.  bocal Items of More or Less Interest  Picked up Her and There On the Wing.  What'* Vow? f»«« Worth? Sometimes a fortune, but never ii'  have a sallow complexion, a Jaundiced leek, moth patches and blotches on the skin—all slims of liver trouble. But Or. King’s New Life Pills give clear -kin, rosy cheeks, rich complexion. Only 26 cents st W. H. Lawton’s drug store.    ............  FIFTY-CENT COLUMN.  I All (Masse* of te*itttnAtr sdvtp—»• sAoeodiag Ave linos, lussrttd    ,  for atty (wotsper wept, payable In sa*mace I  I -OR SALK—It Heed of No I <UUry sows sud r younR csitle.ono mils below knixhn Laud* .ax on Sutler side. For further Information call on or address B M GHEEN * SON, Grafton, Cal*     ol4t   ** The War of the Roses.”  See notice In the fifty-cent column of dairy cattle for sale.  “The War of the Roses” at the New Armory hall next Friday evening*  Constable Parker and Troy Barr njoyed some good quail hunting earl J this morning.  In a great twelve-inning game in San Francisco Monday Hanson made two hits and scored the winning run.  Monday next will inaugurate a ape lal sale in dr***s goods and linen?* at  B M Miller’s. Note the inducements offered In his new ad.  Eugene Marvin will l>o over from Silo ra mon to Saturday, October 12th, and will endeavor to organize a violin class. For further particulars see 50-rent column.  Th** war spirit is spreading to among Au* friends of lh** Young Ladles* Social flub. of the Christian church, that Ic y have decided to bold ** I ho War if tho Rose* in the New Armory hall.    •  Company F held a meeting in new urtnory hall Monday evening Afi«*r drill lunch was served, and the fact that the company is now out of debt was a subject for many sincere con-rat ii tat Ions.  Sunday’s Call contains an excellent photo of Creator©, th** leader of the real Royal Italian Baud, This won-icrful organization Is I looked for a  weeks* engagement In San Francisco where it made ti tremendous hit last i anon   4  Every music. lov**r in tie* community should constitute himself a coiiiinitt*ft of on*) to ext that nil hi** friends ut t**nd th*M*our« rt to la* given by tho Royal Italian Band this evening. I his band has l»**en said tola* fulls the ©qua of Sousa and It is safe to say that nothing to compare with it has ever 1mh*u heat *1 in tics ciiy.  f.lOR saLH-ONK HUNDRED COLONIES OK r be«a for •»!*•. For further particular* ad*  Ureas L B. CAPPS, Woodland. Cs!.    oil  I J* OR sale-ten brood marks and 27  I I  young inuit**, I fan* pl° w _;9•stet jruii*  ti h ro «»»*•, at B of Ar bock lo. Arbuckle, Cal*.  K. tucket'*, 5 rail*-* •oothw* st  Addr**** JOSEPH MEIN IN, 02S  a MIR SALK*- AT A REASONABLE PRICE, A I 4  lot of thoroughbred Shropshire be« k *: ii to: otsv) lamb* M IO*. G. IM HMKISEU, 5 mil*** •onihwcst of Plainfield, Yolo coasts t al or address Daflivllle or Wtuter*. Cml.  v     f,!l     —-  oil  I WILL BK IN WOODLAND 8ATUKOAY,OC -I tuber 12th, for the purpose of organizing a violin class. All tho#* desiring to taka lesaous wVil Hod ui* either at lh# Jul an notal or opera bouto For soy further  4 »*itteuUr*,*aur***a KUOtEE MARVIN, 1301 Ii M. -net auirnn*  I OST-A I* HK OI* TENNIS SHO KS WKRK I . ),tar I uesilay aftarnoon some where bat ar a* n ti,a Bauk of Woodland aud the softheastsrn  i,art of town. The Ander will please least oboes at this office    _____  I P, HHH KR. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING - -ieAgent, ?1 Mer. ban ta' Kx.hauge. Ran mu-tV*>, is our sutnorise.1 asem. This paper • ot- SI* in bls office.    ____  u TR AYE*' - A HOW, HEAVY WITH MUJ S crop off right earl “71“ branded.on ald.*. Any Information left at this office or I. o. bo* Ion Vin be thankful I resolved.____ oK   11P 7*1)ARK BROWN MORCK.  lib long cotton r«»j*c attacked It. ores . un I* it fore leg swollen. ahum 9 or.J , ,„.,!*! UVV lifer can have th** same by ceiling  st,ii paying seels  I*aK  I WI  V OLO * IRC ll A RD.    OIS  \Y  OOI) KOR SALK-* HOUT SOO CORDS OF the following pries*: lo  BRUSH. Appl! to Woodland, or at the  Cache creek. _____  SAM MONTGOMERY.  i(7 A N T E I) 75 MKN TO CHOP  \\ a age* $» 75 per dajj and/onrd  be fashion Ste hies imp. sluk of ■THI  NY  AN I K D—SEVERA I. PERSONS OF CH AR*  r  and good reputsth-u In satb mat# uhfed] u. represent and  na In title county re«L .  I st sh! tidied w«*slth>  rt s«* old  I.,,, ut mild  bustnt'ss  bi.aacls standing. to'week lr with ex pauses additional, ullff* , IU cash i-a«h Wedneetay dtro l h«>m bead  it.,ta*- aud cairliKe lurt»i«be«|, when .nsary Refcrem aa Kn. b.*^ .*lf addrewjsjl  titled Hi;velopa Moiler AH.* ttktou dalld  ► chicago.  otod  0.000 RAISIN TRAY* KOR  Kiioutre **« * DOUoa, aas hodgv. Deatsville,  Oft IJ  bd .u viiu fruit lit-1 know I) a* **4  r *t*>  is the Ogden  is  V Miss has  A. Newman,  been visiting her sister, Mrs.  I.  meat cut meat 2,911.OOO againHt 3,625.-000, Lard I, ll 7.000 agal db t 1,966,000. Pork 1,011 against 627.  Laudable Purpose. i  J. S. Craig, VV. F. Malcolm, VV. H. Huston, Signee Dingle, Frank Des-inund, Hay Wright aud G. L, B**nson have engug*‘d the upper story **f on«*lof the Caid well fiats on College street for the purpose of studying chemistry, ©ie. it is a capital idea ami th© young men should bo encouraged in their work. ^t is pro ha bl© that soul** of the i*>cal yniclan* will lend their as 4 s ta no**.  other extraordinary conce*4on which our people will, no doubt, appreciate.  It has never heretofore rendered any elections on the street and it probably never will do so again, but at Manager Webber’s earnest request, made because the time for advertising the band was so limited, and in order to con vince I seats, skeptical people that the band is all that it has been represen ted to be, it is |  wore as prompt    .    ,  popular dictates as was th^lr 1 * ^© 1  I’he prices for  l h*‘ Hoi a1 italian Band th!** evening ar* *0 «.*uts, «5i  ^The same* organization begins al week*• engagement in  at the Alhambra theater next Sunday evening, charging 6 i .-*0  for the best  Paid His Fine.  Mc  Santa lief on*  Rosenberg, went to San Francisco the* morning.   /  A. C. Huston, VV. it. Laugeoour Huu Hyr*)ii Bait left for San Francisco Monday afternoon to attend the Masonic grand lodge.  . J. I, McConnell’s father, CL M. Connell, left this morning f*)r Hosa to make a brief visit there returning to his home in Hollister.  Hcv. J. Morgan left on the n*H>n train for Gridley to attend th** dis trict convention of the Christ tan church being held at that plat** this week.  Mrs E. Mecklenburg and hon Jowqdi arrivwtl Sunday from CiJl.toga and will make their home in this city vs itll Lincoln Meek leu bu rf, an employ© of tin* Mail office.  C T, S. Spaulding aud wife and T. B. Gii>son and wife will leave this noon for Highland Spring. Thej wlll go by t<*tiu, and expect to he gen* about two wotks. _  probable that the director will consent    S    Writes    \  that the band may render oue or more j ooe|V M e ’ Vs., “whie  Today was tho time set for tho ex 'Lamination of dias, Burns, who wa* krrasted a we**k ag** Monday Dear Knights Lauding for o*lug a set net for Hi© purpose of catching fish. I he defendant appeared befoi*e ludg* itug-gle* this afterfloou, waived all question of jurisdiction, plead guilty and paid his fin** of $100, and tilt- ease was  dismiss. -I  Stepp*© late Live C’eals.  child I bemad my foot VV, H. Eads, of bleb cants J bomble  selections on Main street, near the post- |eg”iorfS for JIO years, bat  Arnica Helve wholly Gfiloe.     u     wi.-rvtuinir    elts    failed.*    Infallible for  It should be rem- mbered that kl me     8C slds    cats, sorss, bruises and  Baria, who accompanies the band as a    *     Ho jj    by    W. H. Lawson, drug*  soprano soloist, Is a marvelous song-  gi#t  ’ 05 cents. stress. For sympathy and soulfulness  in  A  Committee Appointed  a new remedy for biliousness is now *n, sale at J. V. Lsilhoid’s drug .tors.  It Is called Chamberlain's 6 to mech sod Liver Veblen, it gives quick relief ami  will prevent lh© tilt* fl“ “J*.  Wbst tti . ti,.la  a. th. «'** Vj'X lr I .    flu.,',    a.,.-    tUam    ,«    or  peers. Fries -5e per .    j     v00    tr4l , t j    ,| Jt ,     liV     , v     Led    drink    called  At tho regular meeting of tim Gum punkin* of the Forest, Marguerite Oc-ale, No. 2DP, F. of A., Monday evening th** following committee on arrange* menu and reception for th*- entertainment to l)o giv**n on Monday, October 21st, wig- appointed:    Mesdames    Od  ium, Aige. Ogden, Pro»*> and i’ow**^  Wh»t atlatl W« ii*fe« f«r I)*•„*, rt ?  This question arises iu th'* family tvuiv ilsy, Let os answer it today Vrv Jsll-o, a deiicioas and hcsltbfuld«*s Soft. Prepared in i#o oiiooles, No boiling! no biking! simply a ti boiling water anti set lo cool. FltfOf 1    18OD,  Orange, Raspberry sud Strawberry. Get a package st your grocer’s today. IO cts. ____^    _  ii ii, ink ?  coffee. Ma vs  vocal effect *he has but few rivals  For the bestand freshest groceries, .    .    frails, candies, nuts end    cigars    and  Mias Heintzen,    the harp soloist, is  1     tobacco, go to P. W. Brcndsl s new    arid  v**i v brilliant    performer. A b attle    elegant store, Armstrong A    Alg** build-  P.PO, ha. tho foUo«i«» cormel** tho j to.. •g+ftSJSS'X  .-cop I iou of tho band at that place •Th** most remarkable BO**n** ever enacted at the Grand Opera House took place last night at th** close of the rn • end performance of th© Huyal Italian Bond. It all came through the playing of a selection from H armon. Tile great band was at its liest;, They responded to tile di«*tatei- of Hig. Ciea-tore a- oue man. t)uo musical instru-nient was playing, and ouly one. In all that concourse of players then, was mo 'a Hi mr rn thought in the mind of  all  Blore. pert of orders  Fall Style".    ”  v.r/drpmot^ri^:i'■«!.”5i.uk............  thinu a paraon coal.! .Iwl.e I, ha, nalor.l I. ,appu,e. *• don , y 1 ”*** » P J.  .I,..., al., in «... .i.*h Th. via, «b a •«»»« »* •*'     01     ’*  kl. a lull da,eft ba th.m h.ra •• ..oorat.ly •* wa woald Ilka, liker. ara.  THE RAGLANS—Right Up to-Date.  THE 3 4 COATS—Extremely Stylish.  THE SHORT JACKETS—Very Popular.  3 4 MISSES* & CHILDREN’S COATS  Fur Capes, Collarettes, Boas, Tippets, and  Children's Fur Sets, etc.  town by request, and promptly attended to. telephone ISL Main. F. W. BRINDEL,  *2&U  but a sing.** though  ♦ach.  Th© effect wa* instantaneous.  The  Orders for Salads Hor st*, JStc Orders taken at th* Del mon leo Us*-tsuraiit for the best of salads and all kinds of roasts, pastry, etc , st lowest  □rices. Give us strisl.    Jslsil  First class work done st til* Woodland Carpet Cleaning Works, First street, near city hell. i bone 895,;  8 14tf    J    C.    BpARgs.  We want you to see them, look them over carefully, nones the «t> las, tbs rn iks-up and prices in particular, then wbfen you ars ready to buy your own judgment will dictate whom to give tbs preference.  THE WHITE HOUSE  The Royal Baking Powder  lf  CATCHY THINGS. < » * FALL 1901  flannflettes, NIGHTROBES  IN  PETTICOATS. WRAPPERS,  juke you ought to ic© how many of those <i .OO 12-icch Accordion ars selling. Made of good settesu, with liesvy oasts*rued  yon   ,re **    wa—-    I GKAlN-01 It is d tdieicus and uour*  For the best meals, most prompt tar* I Uhlog and ukes th© ? of coffee. and oolite atteottou go to Trends! s J rR e  more Hr rn -a you give the ehliufsn  k**Btauranl. second door east of College j th** more health v in distribute tkruucl*  Woodland, Cal. Beating J their systems, ti rein o is made of pore   M .ci„'k IOO p.r.on S  .* oun.    |,r«in., .a1 -ban pr-P -W WL*   h 26if    F.    W.    KREIDEL.  A foil eud complete assortment of ftchool Books for eale at I*    *  fur cash only. P!©hs« do net ask lur credit for Behoof Books.  so22ti  Ustsi Ilk© ttse cboiet* aru lf§ »*f » ofie© \ but costs shoot % ai mu* Ii. AU grue**r§ sri! it. I6c sod 26‘*.  costs only a pound, and better at its  per  and  any  The Capay Stage  On and slier Juno 1st daily trip* between Ga pay, arriving al a ii aud leaving at 4 r. E  III make  Woodland and Woodland at IO  A Bargain in  On sale, for  Unbleached Mas tin. i lew deva only, 1600  yards of nnblearhed muslin ut 5 cents per yard, worth 7% cants, at ItoKenbsrg Bros,'    olOd  MfeUrlM    l*»Ho  Grove’s resttless Chill Tonic removes the cause.  fair price is cheaper price than similar article in the world. It makes more, better and more healthful food.  Just for a Platted Petticoats at) finish] excellent widths all length* Really, Use Trad# Palace C. J  #t rlke for a rales.  How rtLmt tint  C, J.’* mean Counter Jumpers} are going I®  We  h„i ..«» —.....-    Cu.‘>.*•11. <‘h.*l? MOV. IO ».««. lh.o a«r  l,a tu.lari.lt t« tn.ka kip. ll.ve yra th. t m*.  waV.7.TL,'t.ur",;wr.. mu «< umm * ■» *«>'  PEOPLE’S TRADE PALACE  We Sell Yarns and Zephyr.  guggenhime & co  BUYERS OF  DRIED FRUITS, RAISINS, NUTS, HONEY.  WOODLAND PACKING HOUSE.  I*tutus JLI   

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