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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Woodland, California n 4 VOL. XXVI YOLO SATURDAY JUNE 14, 1890. NO 123. A STRANGE HUMAN RACE CHARACTERISTICS Or THE PEOPLE ON THE YEZO and the Pit Who Preceded Bib of tho of Standing in the midst of a collection in a biff glass case recently set up in the tional museum at Washington Is the figure of a man a little below the average height of tbe This is a typical modeled by the clever artists Attached to the flesh hair and all reproduced exactly aa they appear in life and clad la garments woven by Around hlin are household shuttles for fishing spears and bows and arrows and the rude furnishings that represent all that the of this primitive people have produced to raise them abo re absolute An Interesting part of the Aino house reproduced In with its and other appurtenances The Alno In the center of the case has a great shock of gray a huge gray beard and shaggy His complexion is of a light coppery his cheek bones high and his nose but broad at the On his head Is a. triangular head A long gown girdled lit the waist arid ornamented with designs embroidered in white on a dark blue Teaches from his shoulders bis Hia legs down to his ankles are protected by leggings and his fuet are Over one is slung by a light strap a haver woven of In his belt or girdle his left side is supported quiver filled with and behind in hub girdle is thrust a caned to which is at the little basket or pooch in which the Amu carries his supply of smoking to LITE OP THE 1XHABITA.ST. The modern explorer carries a camera over his shoulder or secured upon bin When he gets home if any one questions liis statements he can the irrefutable evidence of a photographic Professor Romyn the National when he recently In tke island of and the islands known as the ing in a long chain northward from Yezo almost to collected not only complete series of specimens of the life of the Inhabitants of al moat unknown but also secured a luge number of photographs that in selves make a graphic and interesting ord of his in which the model of the Aino stands is filled with t lie specimens collected by Hitch The Aino figure was on photographs and measurements taken by him from these far shores It has been only recently that anything haa been known of any part of cv certain districts lying on the The first exploration of the and was made by an W in 1872, Mr. how confined his observations chiefly to plants and to the knowledge of the botany and of the Ko one explored the country to any extent with a view to its human inhabitants until Mr Hitchcock made bis in 16SS Information as had been printed tho Ainos was gathered by visited the coast settlements in the of Hakodate and In of these settlements the e toms of the Ainos have been corrupted by contact with the and their ical been or modified by intermarriage with the Jap Even among the Japanese who are found at Hakodate such ignorance exists as to the Inhabitants of the island that Professor Hitchcock was assured he would find no In the northern part of tbe he intended and he almost led by the of tho to change his route and content himself with skirting along the to At he to and he continued hia coastwise to a point on tbe northern gido ot the and then turning inland B journey on horseback of SOO through the mountainous interior of the lain THE PIT When asked by a reporter about tha re- of his Mr Hitchcock evidences he had found ing to the inhabitants of the island ing the Aino occupation These evidences in the form Of generally in shape and found in groups cu the indicating that the island was one e Inhabited by pit dwellers in the Japanese government ceded the bij inland of to Russia it received in return from a claim to the The few inhabitants of these islands were collected together moved to a small just off tho coast of where tonld be nearer the Japanese These people lived chiefly by fishing nnd emigrated from one island to another under tho changed conditions in which they live in they are dying off Professor Hitchcock w heii he thorn found that the remnant of the tribe existing numbered only about flve many of whom were enfeebled by Their dress resembled that of and indicated the effects of Their features and haii are much like those of the Tho special point of interest in them dis- covered by Professor Hitchcock was tho character of their They build up walls or mounds which they thatch The floors are a foot or two below tho ground These hovels when they collapse In the of pits like those discovered This fact is bj fessor Hitchcock fts evidence this pco now represented by a handful of women and less in number an ordinary once inhabited tho great of Tho Japanese conduct the business of the island and are settled at where tho products of fisheries and of the few industries of the island are Tho Ainos na n on subsist chiefly by In tho interior llii IK in who had a compani in. lo n few At ono ho t community of Ainos en- gaged in for sulphur on the side of an Professor Hitchcock described tho Ainoi to tho reporter att dirtiest of They never and their hair and which of luxuriant hang their heads in a matted mass. ing to their luck of cleanliness It is difficult to make out what their real com- A MARVELOUS SORT OF A tako la the State or Which All Manner of Twenty-five years ago a crossed tho continent with a largo flock of He lost grout numbers while moving through tho arid and when he ar- in Washington the sheep that still were covered with various skin dis- One evening as he was preparing for an encampment he got a through the of a beautiful and ho hastened to its shores The sheep rushed into the water and began to drink He was still more astonished when he the witter and found it ter and us well as dissimilar to anything Le hail ever Fearing tbe sheep would be poisoned he drove them out of the but in spite of bis efforts they returned The sheep were in such a condition from disease that Lo hud small hope of their re- ao lie ended by allowing them to drink what he believed to be the poisonous waters as plentifully as they Next day he could not drive the sheep away from the vicinity of the and in a few more he was utterly astonished to find that his sheep were restored to a wonderfully healthy Thereupon the man thought he had roamed far and he fixed himself a homestead beside the shores of the For long his home by the lake was a but the shores of that lake today are the scenes of busy and thriving On the man's ranch the town of is building and this pioneer Frenchman lives and that he was the erer of these wonderful which the world ill know as Medical These waters contain salts of and They are either in combination with one another or linked by Tbe solution of these various salts in the waters of Medical lake produce results a years ago would have been deemed miraculous The lake covers rather more than a sand and in places is a hundred fathoms Itb source is the ing hills and and periodically it falls and It is surrounded on every side by low wooded hills and forms beautiful and picturesque dark sheet of water In rolling woodlands Tha waters cleanse and feel Itka water with a solution of They taste dis- and I visited the lake for the first time fh e months 1 then procured a quantity of the salts obtained from the waters of the lake by an evaporating process. Some of my friends use them regularly aa a remedy dyspepsia or for the nad they tell A has already got hold of ical lake It has erected evaporating and drying establishments for the tion of these and also factories for the making of and bottling the water of the lake Hotels are and the little town of is havinga itable in the belief that it must be- come ono i if the health resorts of the world Tbe lake is but a dozen miles or so fro n Spokane Falls There is a fine y surrounding and it enjoys that glorious summer climate with which the states west of Kocky mountains are This winteri aro and far less severe than you endure in New Boston Pilot of all in Leavening S. Aug. 17, A of Can 1 picture Thackeray's appearance after the lapse of all these I can see him my but to describe him with pen and ink Is not He is tall and and had a complexion like Horace pure milk ji nd such as a girl might emy ilia hair was n his nose as flat aa negro's I and he wore large spectacles pushed close against Neither in nor tn manner did he make a fai tile im- pression upon but then I was a nnd he I remember him this expression great He swore in the presence of aa offense in America in thoso assumed the proportions of a and this was Thackeray in Paris A celebrated a critic manners and in tbe most polished capital in He struck me as being a coarse without a throb of tenderness In his t waa Logan in St. Louis tin You Know a Good One trouble is that so many ers do not they wantl They ask for and declare they 11 ant as a there are of them that do not of the I was in a store tbe other day when a well n man maud asked for a IMX of saying pries was no object so long as he was ed. The dealer showed him Hai anas at 23 cents each and 15 cunts Sumatra and Hai ana at 10 cents aud finally a good with n This suited paid twice its lalue and wat If the ordinary price had of him he would have declared mid that dealer had no fitly stock on This is an absolute the aian v. anted a mild and hugot it and waa Dis- patch A Queer Funeral The is told of a certain Frenchman who a great of Bj hia will he directed thut his should be performed with ei cry niment to inspire mirthful His body was to be wrapped in tanned pig akiu and buried in a standing position upon a pile of branches were to be carried by tho and on returning from the church they were to throw open the bers in which his treasures were deposited and all were welcome to help scHes as they to the It was a sore disappointment to the to find before they were ad- mitted tho servants of the deceased had decamped with everything that waa able Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE 15 720 acres of Level Land to the lock Irrigation District in Stanislaus acres m gram will yield a heavy A Bara and other and land ia good for Alfalfa or Vineyard and lies in beautiful shape 2s situated only one mile from the Sun Joaquin 11 miles from the city of Modesto and four miles from railroad giving steamboat or railroad Crop goes with the It. is a veritable and will bear Will sell praised value per Wilt show tne property and accept an off If Sold in 15 per J. F. For particulars apply to 319 J Cal. D I V ER I Tbe have found nly in that land ol the fig and grope bloom and und their are and Kum found tbat are In Umt remedy for ill throat and lung trembles TA Luc ruler of and Pond A Luwson appointed amenta for und sell under u a Three for ron CATARRH toed cure for Cold In Huy thu of UHte and resulting from Follow and a euro is SANTA ABIE and SOLD ANU Pond and Amre A iJj i ins the In will ft d I Hi In New cent. tho men who themselves at the New York bar 75 prr cpnt ot tlie most prominent and are by remarked J F T of ho stood upon the steps ot tho Fift h Avenue could string off their names by tho Find have no hesitation in that the best in New York have from Now that wo are getting Home nf yon to comedown smith and invest money wo will show you what the south can The best blood nnd of the north and the BOnth are now Allied In and other York BANK OF WOODLAND 1888. Authorized Capital Paid HI J. D. F. S. 0. General HACK Mr. L. had huck him B will IS OF THE BYRSS HOTEL Hotel tbe City Will be promptly a. 8KEB OAL years used by tie Every is cure for the disease cure without fir reducing the M Inflammation Worm Colic Co or Teething of Intents of Children or Adulta Bilious too Profuse alt AnH A i ncy Disease Debility Wetting the Sold or sent Postpaid on receipt of In cloth and mailed Fulton St. Fi UNION Ice DEALERS IN Natural Ice WHOLESALE AID TOWN SERVED All the O claim 11 in sun. Illicit nr arli lie I leu Try us bu cun fl. M. MODEL FRESH BREAD Delicious Ice Furnished to Public anil Private Candies and a Specialty THE OPERA JOHN The will ho ar hours ol Ilio hy claim and attentive MAIN WonDI ASII Reliable 110VKY, for complete Tho Sercl pf anti to Kasl will lie ii The CM POLITICAL will In lliu and WEEKLY until Ilitt In Tlin m much larger umher itf 1111) oilier 111 tli Ilie FOR B. A HMO un cos as a candidate for tbe Yolo County in of Democratic County Convention SOCIETY O. U. No. will arid tbird J of every in Lai h Irs I D. Good People of Yolo Being and hiving all my interest willi I have decided to my ture home with its have my old the well Jewelry next to the White where people again may have an to see a clean and well equiped Stock of I keep aa of an tine line of Diamond a Jewelry and Clocks pay personal attention to re- pairing of and to the proper fitting of SPECIAL The Capay Valley Land Company 16 offering tbe most fertile lands to be found ID under the most favoring climatic far the prosecution of profitable fruit in one ol the localities in terme which enable the purchaser uf tbe land to pay for it out of Its own The Capay Valley Land Company will sell class fruit land without payment ot any putt of tbe but by payment interest only for five the principal payable at the eud ot Sve years or sooner at the option of tbe Sales upon these terms A e conditioned strictly aod exclusively upon the im- provement of tbe land In this the most desirable fruit land ia California is offered to tbe non- capitalist and in any quantity Irom one acre up to 260 Apply to or E. Agent of the Capay Land Fourth and AT THE OLD BEST AND Groceries THE Market OH FINE CROCKERY A Land AT CAL 1 MAT f IS 111 named m baa notice Intention to make proof In proof will be ClorK ol al. nl In on Friday nine D No lor the N of Nk y Uc following lo upon Inn of vizi F. H. John O. P I Register EMORY lin ln fo Wow m ml OF A. 1804. Losses since 31 1st, CW US Net 41 Income 111 1SS8 bosses fuid In t ire January W OFFICERS i J F. J. N. B R. H. YOLO COUNTY TAKEN AGAINST LOSS AND by Ate by tills popular home at rates as low as solvency lair profit will admit of solid in- and a liberal and prompt m P n I. 4> C. M. C. D. Special A In all plates in the KRELLENBERG Importer and Dealer In Ail Kinds of will be at the Lowed ALSO Undertaking in All its Branches PROMPTLY ATTENDED Cor and Main Woodland BATHS THE HAMMAN BATHS ARE Now Open and Ready for FOR Gilbert Buying Son h of Democrat Woodland Meat ARMSTRONG in MAIM ST. Bank of H. P W. VV r C W. 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