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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Woodland, California DAILY SATURDAY 19, I. B. um Mil Iki lu ki ftr Ui Im FIH if uy li Yili THK EVENING S 1 eta THE WEEKLY CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL Hub This napor the Northern torn la Press Hugh corner Montgomery San who Is the authorised to San Our Book IN DARKEST BY HENRY M. New Charles A Strange things to la the march of human even Six and yeara the ern portion about the mouth of the Nile WM all the learning in all Us manifold there found its home and Astonishing acquisitions in the arts and ex- lated Egypt was abreast if not lifted all other preceding or contemporary cations in the arts of She the ancient ma she was also the mother of tbe purest religion of Hera the first cradle of humanity where civilizing influences In many things was Egypt The world to-day the receding wave of marvelous ment of those distant How many have gone by since the busy of that early center have ceased to be How utterly buried in the deep aea or oblivion have been all those places and through all these lapsing how completely ed and forsaken has been the very Continent wherein these things spired But after this sleep of we are to witness the Yes Africa's time has again made possible through the gable labor of many in these last the greatest of whom is B. In this last account of his latest work there is unfolded such a tale o resolute always march Ing straight to tbe goal of its tion while this solid ground of honest endeavor and unswerving faithfulness to an accepted are cast the details of trial the details of unexpected the accurate mapping of a hitherto unknown descriptive passages of a fathomless or a lovely scene from the high altitudes of the Lake of tbe fabled Mountains of the all ant much more are reflected with such grand simplicity and BO saturated with the Intensity of truth that the readar is enchained in the beginning and not released till tbe and then with a sigh of regret that he could not go on Mr. Stanley's style possesses a directness and majesty which betray hie great love of the Bible and his admiration Hia is a personality without which tbe last quarter of the nineteenth century would scarcely be what it ie Thle narrative of the Relief dition besides actual inform ation and other characteristics to which reference was made a moment lessons of encouragement to those whose creed is fidelity to con- lessons of firmness of of high and of a deep and practical The book Is entirely free from egotism a danger to which any book of character must necessarily be The fact that the reader finds himself a worshiper with Stanley as tbe hero will not contradict that Stanley has a very impersonal and while It is evident enough that he prefers his own plans and aed is never for an instant tempted to re Here himself by laying Ity upon It never appears i any comparative way as exalting above The few instances la which he did defer to the judg ments of others are sufficient proof that had Stanley followed his own Impulses in all tbe expedition would have had leas suffering and calamity to especially would this have been true of the unfortunate A few years Stanley crossed the Continent of Africa from Zanzibar down the and out the mouth of Congo he has just now finished another such tour up the to up the Utter M M thence acroM to tbe Albert thence to The most difficult of this jourmy WM three him and ful for which the sad of the column will make than It U whether ID any record of actual there can be found a parallel to the endured during that two march through tbe wll poisoned starvation paint a picture of patience and faith on the part of the White Chief and his black which will excite the admiration auti applause of men till the end of To an impartial the disaster which well annihilated the rear to some mysterious manner is directly attributable to the Belgian officers of the Congo Free States and Tippu It to be hoped that England will set on foot a commission push the matter to a source of re- These weighed In the balance against tbe Governor of Equatoria aa he development of subsequent events has exhibited him and hia one Is disposed to the opinion that was not commensurate with the Abstractly one can hardly see why the life or liberty of one man should be worth the fice of the lives of more than three hundred white and Not abstractly considered one can see how under some circumstances the ife of one man may be worth that of a great under other circum- stances i but those acquainted with he incidents which transpired on the shores of Albert Nyanza in 1888 and 1889, will scarcely think Pasha such an It is after such an lon undertaken and prompted by such aoble impulses and by such worthy that le who led the expedition and he to whom relief with such pain should find themselves at the nd of the long winter of scarcely more than Perhaps Stanley was firm and enacting it may be be did not sympathize with the inordinate love of science so that he would stop the caravan ut any and all times for the purpose of gathering specimens to stuff or pre- All this may be yet one wonders at the ingratitude of a man who could permit such trifling matters to prevent him from exhibiting the least appreciation or at a nature which could be so hardened aa not to be touched by such self-denial in his We wonder that any man could be so so apparently unmoved to any generous sentiment There may no doubt fancied or real because of which Emm feels justified in bis but to a i would be hard to imagine offences BO flagrant as to neutralize the high minded perseverance and unflagging which brought to Emin hia only hope to gain safe transport to There of be Emin vin and Stanley bu the words of the Great Chief at the banquet ol on his return will clearly enough Indicate his per sonal feeling on this as on other sub as tbe world educates men to become indifferent to its praie or as neither perfection or devotion ensures Its as mis fortune insures its success its envy or and aa an individua may be won by but no vidual possesses merit or could com mand fortune enough to win the ad miration of safest plan is to seek the approval of one's conscience Very few will question tha Stanley has always sought such But we restricting oui view of the purposes and accomplish ments of the expedition too much Long after the immediate object has become a mero historical the expedition will be remembered In the civilizing Influences It has produced upon those native What civilizing power has Stanley been What a precursor for tbe Introduction of Christianity would such a man prove in lauds such a When he has passed through establishing his how easy will follow peaceful and commercial communion tion with outside Many of these tribes show DOW cap- able of taking hold of tbe arts of civ Let them once be ed to tbe knowledge ot tbe after the manner of the tribes of aud how woll pre pared will be the soil for the of No one woo reads of tho hospitality and industry ready wit of tho Lake can fall to see quickly they could be Christ Ionised after commercial re tiro ottco established with stck It will be bn tho but would it not be the as well as tbu most successful Would not greater results ac oruc In fewer with less sacrifice of life or of It there is bettor and more rapid way of the than is now the experiment be remarkable discovery of the uf the moon bis description of the range Hue pleco of The book consists of two about 00 illustrated provided with three flue maps imin the Great mid a orose section of the Dark the two ormer and much Appendices to each of he Lug Book of tbe rear column at by Cable at Comparative able of Forost aud Grassland and of the made iu 1887, 1888, 18S9, from the Atlantic to tbe Indian Not bu least attractive feature of the jb the to each being of Stanley at erent They are fine seems to be only one feature which could render the book more Names of tribes puzzle the strange to auch combinations consonants and of any rules of It would have been only a slightly added task for Mr. Stanley to spell out these or add some rules to It will be sometime before a book ot like interest and value is given to the Sold by A. 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H. ot Yolo announces himself aa a for the member ol Board of Equalization in this issue of the I Mr. Beainer is both honest and thoroughly conversant with land values throughout the State and has held many responsible positions In Yulo county where hia popularity is II he receives ation of the Democratic be wil make a and if a must efficient o Trial will fell how they THOMAS F. tary of made an address las to the of Yale Collide in he siud Tits lava are passed which from the book of every woman nnd chile ID the country legislation is propos ed which the integrity of the the of the and yet 110 public cry of pro test goes ae it should It can not be party politics when an Ameri can culls upon to stand by the cause or 1C on Government is to bo effectual the euro must be found and found i will in the Intelligent and moral fiber ot the rightly educated We must have the same odf the same high o and the fidelity to ia the legislator that wo demand in ibc judge our will a terrible and mercenary Francis five months work In secured 27.00C signatures to the proven in millions more t In hy the United Ity thf left MR the most Baking Powder contain or Sold POWDER CO. 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P. a small Centennial No. Please leave at this office and receive Be sure and take none but The Yon have your friends and neighbors talking K. may yourself be one or the many who know from personal ex- tv It If you uive ever you are one ul its because tho wonderful thing about t whoa given u Dr. King's Discovery ever alter Lolde a place in the If you have never used It and should ie cold or auy or secure a bottle at once uod give R a tair It Is guaranteed every thne or money Trial bottles free at Fond Mrs. wife ol tbe Secretary of the is tbe possessor of a sofa which came from Washington's headquarters at ot The Sacrament and mode of tism will be subject of a lecture both morning and evening by the tor of St. Luke's on next The rites of baptism will at the morning 3t Vine limits to Order Mr. Leon Merchant Tailor ol Sun will be in Woodland Anybody wishing to order a suit should leave his at tbe office of as he cannot stay ong in Mr. Lemon bas contracts with leading cloth houses to buy all their short called and makes suite to of stylish well and fits for only 315.00. 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A-k by i DC mull Robert Ch am of the Second North Carolina is tho only 1 rann in the present Congress A Sine Curn fur i- Plies by moisture like when jw yield atones to Dr. on tbe 111 Hi lays I ten inn Mid a or Oray A John D. the Oil wna a reporter a quarter or a century He picks millions now as easily aa ho picked up For more remedy for the cure of Dough than A the California king or Every If yon would of tlint nmR tt by mull fl W. And Cure arc sold and by Pond BOSTON your M Hook thv bent plumbing A line of lace At at Every sack Creamery at A smoke B The Figaro at are greatly reduced la Gall OQ will you bata Call and see A CHOICE lot ot bny for sale for 912 per 2w O. A. Tax Triple Alliance the beat ance in tiie and live or Do NOT forget the Triple Alliance T. A. Logan is still receiving ions wnd the goes POLITICAL Cards will be Inserted ID tbe DEMOCRAT until for In The a much larger Dumber of than any other In the WEEKLY edition among form ere anil th. the FOR ATTO C. K. HEAD Announces himself as a for the office or District Attorney of to the of the County FOR JOHN W. himself as a Candidate for ty subject to the of the County FOR J. MARTIH Announces himself as a candidate for iff of subject to the decision of the Democratic County FOR SUPERIOR JUDGE F. E. BAKEE Will be a candidate lor the office of Judge ofthe Superior ot YolO sub- ject to the action of tbe Democratic Con FOR SUPERIOR W. H. of We are authorized to announce that W. H. will be a candidate 101 the office of Superior Judge ol Co subject to tbe action of the Democratic Nominating FOR J. 0, of Announces himself as a candidate lor tbe uf County Clerk of subject to tbe notion of the County Con- FOR I. at Announces as for the Yolo subject to the action of the Democratic County FOR JOHN H. of Announces himself as a candidate fertile of County subject to tLe action of the Democratic County FOR 0. Announces himself as H candidate fur the of or No. 6. subject to the of tho FOR B. Q. of as a for the tit Yolo to of Itie Democratic fcr Ovn it In Uau Oam from or iVn If or Am A i to jonr Bw Portraits On Installments REDUCED CASH J. 325, 335, 333 Phelan San Cal. HAVE A Branch Office in AT THE PACIFIC COAST LIBRARY cwi be left with 19, By run offer the FINEST WORK la India Water Color and Pastel at REASON ABLE PRICES for the next ILL WORK MEYER TO We can make pictures from any Tintype or Daguerreotype and never fall to reproduce a correct Don't fall to call noon and Me our fine work Which the PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION secure of our and Portraits Do not miM chance of obtaining tbe very best work as this good for only THIRTY J. 111. SAN CAL. WE ARE PLEASED FRIENDS ARE X wu try to would tie pleased If our would pi ease take notice tbat we would try to please them and would be pleased to aea one and 8AVI KOKET BY or Mountain and Valley Wood by Cord or Car May a ad Oar Prices are the J. H. Main Woodland ENCOURAGE CAPITAL EXHIBITING YOUR CAPABILITIES TO BE HELD AT SEPTEMBER gth to 20th. The counties that have enterprise enough to place their products in a com- light are the localities that will attract capital for ARE Fail not to be represented at the Annual Exposition of California's OPEN AIR AMUSEMENTS FOR THE Grand Musical Concert for the LIBERATE FAMOUS MILITARY SO Selected OF NEW HAS BEEN CHRISTOPHER the EDWIN F. FRANK Plumbing and Gas Fitting Jobbing and Tank The Best Improvement Ever Safety Gasoline Stoves i -Si QO TO H. D. OPERA SOS MAIN CAL. FOB AS LOW m Gall and Examine His 6fl.litfa.otion Photographer OF- PACIFIC NO. 8 AND MASONIC INSTANTANEOUS But Cabinets 19.00 Per to Front Life or Copy OF 8CRNKBV. JOHN A. of A Now of Yoto
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