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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Woodland, California VOL. XXVI YOLO JULY 19, 1890. NO 154 A STRANGE HUMAN KACE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PEOPLE ON THE YEZO and tho fit Who of tho Kunu I U of Standing In the midst of a collection In ft big glass recently set up in the No- tional museum at Is the figure of a man u little below the average height of the This IB a typical modeled by tho clever artists attached to the flesh hair and all reproduced exactly ae they appear In and clod in garments woven by Around him are household shuttles for fishing and and arrows and the other rude furnishings that represent all tout the arts of this primitive people have produced to raise them above absolute An Interesting part of house reproduced In with iLa OUBO and other The Aino in the center of the cose has a great shook of gray a huge gray beard and shaggy His complexion 19 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 at the waist and ornamented with designs embroidered 10 white on dark bine reaches from his shoulders be low his Hla legs down to MB are protected by leggings and his feet are Over one shoulder is slung by s light strap a sack woven of In his belt or girdle at his left side Is supported a wooden quiver filled with and behind IB his girdle IB thrust a carved to which the little basket or pouch in which the Aino carries his supply of smoking LITE OF THE The modern explorer carries a camera over hla shoulder or secured apon When he gets home if any one his statements he can produce the irrefutable evidence of a photographic Professor Bomyn of National when he traveled recently In the island of and the islands known as the Ing In long chain northward from Tezo almost to collected not only complete series of specimens illustrative of the life of the inhabitants of these most unknown but also secured a large number ol photographs that in make a graphic and interesting ord of his The case in which the model of the Aino stands Is filled with the collected by Professor The Aino figure was modeled on photographs and measurements taken by him from these far away It has been only recently that anything been known of any part of ex- cept certain districts lying on the The first extensive of the and made by an W. tn 1873. confined his observations chiefly to the birds and plants and contributed vastly to the knowledge of the botany and or of the No one explored the country to any extent with a view to Bta dying its human Inhabitants until Mr. Hitchcock made his journey in 1888. Such Information as had been printed ing the was gathered by travelers wio visited the coast settlements in the of Hakodate and In at these settlements the native of the Ainos have been corrupted by contact with the and their characteristics have been obliterated or modified by intermarriage with the Even among the Japanese who are found as Hakodate such Ignorance exists as to the of the Island that Professor Hitchcock was assured be would find no in the northern part of the whither he intended and he almost led by the positiveness of the to change his route and content himself with skirting along the coast to At he to and he continued his travels coastwise to ft point on the northern of the and then turning inland made a Journey on horseback of 600 miles through mountainous interior of tho THE PIT When naked by a reporter about the re- of his Mr. Hitchcock of evidences he had found ing to the inhabitants of the island Ing the Aino These evidences In tho form of generally gular in shape and found in groups on the indicating that was once Inhabited by pit in 1S7.1, the Japanese government ceded tho big Island of to Russia it received in from Russia n claim to the The few inhabitants of these islands were collected together moved to ft small Island just off the coast of where they could be the These people lived by fishing and emigrated constantly from ono island to under tho changed conditions in which they live in they are dying oft Professor Hitchcock when ho visited them found that the remnant of the tribe existing numbered only about five many of whom were enfeebled by Their dress resembled that of Europeans and indicated tho effects of Russian Their features and hair are much like those of the The special point of interest In thorn dis- covered by Professor Hitchcock was character of their build up walls or mounds of which they thatch The floors ore a foot or two below the ground These hovels collapse in the course of pita like those discovered on the coast of This fact is by fessor Hitchcock us evidence that now represented by ft handful of women and less in number than tho of an ordinary tenement once inhabited the great Island of The Japanese conduct tho business of the island and are settled bers at and other where tho products ol tho fisheries and of the few industries of the Island are Tho Ainos us a on the us subsist chiefly by In the jo sir ne j through the interior fessor who had a Japan rsa found few tn At ono place he of Ainos en- gaged In mining for sulphur on the aido of an active Professor Hitchcock described the Ainos to the reporter nn the dirtiest mon. rhoy never and their hidr and which are of most luxuriant hang tn n mass. ing to their lack nf cleanliness 1t IB quite to make out what their real com- Washington of all in Leavening U. 5. Gov't Aug. 17, 1889, Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE H. H. The Leading Furniture Man The Housekeeper's can buy anything from a Kitchen Table to a from a ing Machine to a No. 1 Hall and so CHEAP as to make your lite OLYMPIC FIRST FORRESTER HODGE TOUR ATTENTION TO Full and Fresh Stock of Choice Groceries FAMILY Our Taste Hams and Bacon S IN Goods Promptly Delivered to any Part of the Having resigned as Manager nf the Home Mutual 111 MF The mono have found nly In land of sunshine the UK nnd mid Uia herlia an that aie In rill nnd Inns SAK iho ol and 1'ond beeL this sell U a 1 for 5U. s fold In Hie Hnv 1 and U. stores tlie nnd Follow directly us nnd a curu IH SANTA ABIE and ANH HT Pond and HANTA QITM A California Hj the produced Ju will HUMPHREYS ii used with for over thirty years tho IBB cure for tho euro nB the in Worm of or off W H f nil Inll ucn nnd A i Inl O- N i as Manage Wood in ud. R. H. NEWTON HAS BEEM APPOINTED TO FILt THE OFFICE AT 60S Main Street Opp. Fargo THE Home Mutual 1IAS ALI IS VOIO BT FAIR ATTENTION TO AGENTS AND Immediate Payment of Losses fair of Ilia D Special A In nil principal places in the Auction -OP- I WILL AT 1TBLIC AUCTION SCHARDIN RANCH One Mile East of at 10 o'clock P M. The following 2 pounds 2 Norman 1 Sucking borse rack Header Wheel ind THE SCH OF 312 ACRES FOR M. H. A. Any on o and in J OK sums under nil over Him will ho approved nt 7 itm Notice to Wood I olo County will nettled II la w iir wood nir ntc 01 the ID mid corih ol to tin icd al nrl nnd cords of nnd Vi of wond lo tie delivered nt Tolm rf nnd iho anil liv of tho O. I KM THE Jewelry And guarantees to save you from 10 to 20 on your DIAMOND SETTING PROPER CARE TAKEN TO THE FITTING OF STORE TO WHITE HOUSK Tall runt In Woodland Opera House ONE- NIGHT July 22d, 1890. Third Season and Continued Success of Horace Ewing IN MIS THOROUGH New Specialties New The Most Side Splitting Humorous Comedy Ever and 80 Seats now on sale at Gray Son a Drug 50-Cent classes ol flve inserted cents per Wood Delivered To part ol the city in tiny of at House A lady a position to do work Apply to A nice large front well .nu from In pni t ol foi rent in one or two Apply to Mrs A 01 ill this A Boy Wants A boy of fourteen years ft with 11 or A care Apply lit this jy For Sixty No and fruit 1 or to O Young Mules for from In ph hi norm Oak and Willow A and willow wood or ti uell vii W. OK Milil on uti Pur U. 11. In A No. 1 to he tur u Cull til 11111 CO. House Hotel I WILSON K I and nil Ti 0 in Hint till EXCHANGE Chalmers And Dealers in Live Stock lo of lown free ol I Woodland Heat ARMSTRONG wt In Utf ST. OAU L. AUCTION FOR L. Charmak HAS Conn INTO Possession or A BANKRUPT CLOTHING Dry Boots HE WILL OPEN The Store Formerly Occupied by Mose GOODS WILL BE REGARDLESS OF o AT THE OLD THK BEdT AND Groceries IN THE Market OH FINE CROCKERY A HAMMAM BATHS 1IAMM VN Now Open and Ready for Gilbert Building South of Democrat 001 c. MRS. KRELLENBERG Importer and Dealer In Ail of Furniture and Bedding will lie Hf id at the HA Undertaking in All Us Branches ATTENDED Cnr and Main n n m in ihs of ind 1 i U to itll by UNION Ice Natural Ice WHOLESALE AND TOWN CUSTOMERS SERVED DAILY o All Frum for our Natural Ice a in sort tilted or Ice. Try and be v I H. M. THE ABOVE HOUSE 1126 Market St. S. F CONDUCTED Mrs. Eldred The State House Hotel SACRA MEN MORK THE ALVIN HAN strictly a. To all well A prices to suit All the MODEL BAKERY CHRIS FRESH BREAD DELIVERED Delicious Ice Cream Furnished Public and Private Candles and Fancy a Special Trimmed Sun Hats selling worth 52.H mined GO Dentil Ifi IS YOUR TIME Very Low Call Immediately at MISS LIZZIE SMITH'S Hunt it March and each It in an of mation for all who the or tho of can yon and you with all tho and to go to or at and in various and Juat figure out what la required to do all these things and 7011 can afair the value of the which wlU bo sent upon receipt of 1O cents to pay MONTGOMERY WARD Sf CO. HAS hotel remodeled nt BOARD AND on i 10 mil all and ol MK n. rh from HACK Mr. S. Snec hup d t he k bus U ftt tlit IK FROST OF THE HOTEL Hotel and the City Will be 8. BNUE Bank of I. P r W. W ANtl Capital Paid tip Fund GO TO Leading Photographer drut flam ovc A For 1-QO Acres Of Rood of x n m mortal lowed nnd Hn and IflO fruit trees Kor AT- TOLO SOCIETY O. C. Mo. will meet first and third Friday of every in their ball I t BUSINESS G. M. Attorney and Counselor At Yolo Will practice In nil tUe ELLERY M. D. Aunet Physician FOU OP OFFICE J St Comer of 5th Sun. CaL 1 to 4 P. A. to 2 P.M. DR. R. Physician and DR. H. D. Physician and Office Juskson Block Main over it ol l DRS. CLARK 4 and Office over New York to discuses of the Eve and ELIZABETH M. I. D. and Dr. Store Third tO li A. M. to 1 M. W. A. G. YON Veterinary Surgeon AND EQUINE Second bonse DR. two doora the A. N. H. One floor Wait M Bank of Woodland mp Main W. H. Resident CAL. Specifications nod Estimates No. 3. Deite J. C. Attorney at over Bunk ot R. Attorney at a w in ml the Office with J. C of F. E. w. M. BAKER 1, aud j CRAIO CRAIG 4 Attorneys AND AT 3, 5 and 7 over Bank o Wi DRS. REK t in Pond Drue llec 1 1 Si to A K. Dr. 3 lit College be- en and A A UONS GRAY Prescription Druggists 1 A STOCK OT Toilet Articles SCHOOL 11 J O IN MAIN FIRST MAIN AUK COURT Fresh Brmd Served to Customers In AU Parts of WEDDING FURNISHED IS THE LATHS STYLE ON SHORT NOTICED THE BEST ICE ALWAYS OIT THE OPERA JOHN fl will be all houra th Her veil liy nnd HLOCK roll M Reliable It. The HO rd Store tif N ot havo to where will bo conducted M The EMORY
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