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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 19, 1891, Woodland, California SOCIETY Nun O O. will meet first and HIM of in Olympic W. M. BUSINESS M. A J. AND Notaries Hive also a new und Abstract System of all lands lu DR. L. M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE THROAT AND Jackson D. Telephone No. 40 J. PHYSICIAN AVD EN TO SAR corner of Mam mid reM land Cat Telephone No. L. D D D MAIN 8TREF.T, OVER Crown and Bridge Wurk a GAS OB Ad nil petered lor Extracting A. Hi 1> W A D. D. S DICK i of Woodland DR. R. Odl removed to Armstrong A Alge b u I Id 111 E. K. C PHYSICIAN AND O Iu Jackson over Son s Drue Oak C. THOMAS AXO COUNSELOR AT LAW P. M. TIE HURST Jb Office Js Alec C. M HE ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT Office with R Will In all Ibe DR. H. and lu Jackson DR H. D. I AN AND it. orer ding Ktore of IS of Slain ELIZABETH M VAXES M. D. A nr Betide cor Elm stiee O lite u to U A it. and to 4 I- M. F. E. CAL 1, and J. 0 CAL over 1-i.inlc or R. L SIMPSON ATTORNEY AT C VL lu M. will r I- lit TOUR URUM AMD ALL IS 111 Mrt or y. 11 stir ley Me nnd prompt A in nil In die Comity nml 0 D. r DOCTOR ACKER'S PURE PINK t i I t A. tilth in tor for them from jour tc H. A f Ice Company NATURAL ICE AND TOWS CUSTOMERS All Orders the ly claim for loc a lu of or Iry ua una bo M. HOYTt STEPHENS OP DEALERS IN FURNITURE 1 We Carry the Largest and Befit ed Stock in REPAIRING DOSE 08 SHORT IN A LIKE M NNER arid examine our stock ADV IN THE DEMOCRAT A fl tig new AiK ei keeps old Advertising of energy Ad ibits pluc f i m me J Ad vi f i AT ONCE Jack For Sale H Black ord fine Jack formate hint wish INK to talcs a Look lit bliti will Two Miles Above the Yolo Line OM RIVER i He Is a Good and Will Be Sold bout hi W. H. GR C CAL. EL BAKERY Delicious Ice Parties Candies and a. KRELLENBERG aad Dealer in Ail Kinds of will i in Ail its Branches ATTENDED Pacific House PROP. 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D CAPITAL i HOTEL Strictly to from B. formerly of I ho erly or the Union BETTER tf TOU H dower ID your own for lour and sortie boot to make It all lier Do not the lilted coffin Pern oo dear Learn how bent be tf A box of For your dai bead you would tost Uer Atl sweetness Tomorrow her you'll Stay not far the touch of It now Bolter by the fan oral eulogy Ihe my lips aek it Lock the word 0enib no no bow to it Better coffin plain and Holding one whose life was tilled Full of fragrances Gifts are When beat leg heart Is Kiss love Cannot the furrowed DO backward them May In Good A CITY Miss Melinda Parkinson had come down to New York to buy her mer patterns and to indulge herself with a glimpse at the great of which hitherto she had only become quainted through the columns of the weekly newspaper must be a mortal strange that amiable folks up and down Broadway in their Sunday and milk sells for ten cents a And where they no garrets to aud go out to parties just when we are tying on our nightcaps to go to it takes all sorts of people to make a So Miss retrimmed her leg bora hat with saje green sponged over her black silk in- in the of new and set for the great American metropolis to visit Cousin Lemuel whose family had frequently spent summers at the And to partake of whose hospitality she had had a standing invitation for some time Cousin Lemuel aud his eldest dangh met her at the with faces ot friendly welcome Cousin Lemuel was a photographer on the and Miss Persephone super- numerary parts at the Sparkle theater and had the promise of ever there should be a vacancy in the regular dramatis per son SB Cousin said Mr Larkins tbe check for And look Miss check is alJ I ve got to show for How do you know he'll ever bring np the trunk at gasped Parkinson owce read in The Sentinel said Mr good humoredly You 11 it'll aU be as as a t we going in a taid Cousin m the why are you going in the short said Miss iu great thought you said yon lived a mile and a from bant Mr means the not the Let me help there's a No sooner Parkinson safely bestowed between a stout gentleman reading his paper a black velvet lady than she again began to be m lier nun 4 said in dou t like these I'd rather said Mr who was hanging from a strap like a first class trapeze The man yon a my dear it can't possibly bet He's up the paper with both How can lie be notified can t deceive mo of s I've read till about And he be a my watch my twenty-five dollars out ot mj under pocket with Uie real this very for all I said the strange gentle jumping up turning very as he stalled for the have not yet at my but 1 much walking a tew blocks to finding the subject of aspirations such you will have j the goodness to cried Miss j mg lo s just as The Sentinel say si ties 1 that ho be Conductor call suggested Cousin better ete if jour and added the with tiie his mouth ing thi re is Judge DC j of the court of common aa ain't addicted to pocket as ever I hoerd Ami Miss discovering thitt her valuables were once more mvo hor place and re- marked that me all liable to taltos She was rather surprised to discover that the Lai kins instead of ont- of tlie palatial mansions contiguous to Central lived on the floor of n rusty brick house on the Bowory front windows were bj tbe road and whose rear outlook consisted chiefly of cala And There was a summer garden where a band coursed until S o'clock in the find a si Doting gallery on other the ground floor of their own building waft occupied by it job printer whose Misa Parkinson declared it was just like living over the of my said Mrs. a elderly lady with a greasy poplin dress and a cap covered with crumpled artificial won't mind it a day or really a yery superior They supped off clam boiled Vienna bread and Limburger the Lark ins family were cosmopolitan in their spent the evening at the Ingomar for which Miss Persephone liad always limited number of And when Miss Parkinson retired to rest in a back hall with the road shaking the Yery of her bed every thirteenth a quartet of cats on the roof rivaling tha Gemiau anas of Mme Prida Von iu the garden she believed that sleep was ished altogether from her eyelids In the middle of tbe night Mrs. kins was aroused from her balmy bers by a rapping at hur chamber door said Mrs. sitting np in her classic brow crowned by a de fuse of cuil ain't is Nor the fire de- Dear me. Cousin what can you possibly be wanting at this time of said Miss Come with me at cried Mrs. hurriedly her teet into list slippers and flinging on an ancient flannel dressing ib the matter? Ain't no- body is a whispered Miss as Mrs. Larkins joined her in the hall poor crazy creature on the roof nest all alone by with nothing but a between her and said Mrs. beginning to tremble and develop strongly hysterical you quite that it ain't the cheese heavy on your It don't agree with you know And and see for said and she drew her cousin to the curtained casement which commanded the felme and tbe smoke blackened view previously alluded to Don't you see her dress Do you how dangerously near the parapet wall she good cned Mrs. covering her eyes with her call is it that lives iu the next demanded we must go there There's no time to rouse up anybody Lemuel sleeps like a said Mrs always thrashes round with his fists when he's roused up thin of burglars the very first poor dear it's Mr. Burnabee as lives a manufacturer ot felt quits decent and my we'd better or the poor fling herself over the and it'll be a clear case for the In the cloudy moonlight the two eu crept down stairs and rang loudly at door There was a delay There always la a delay atter the ringing of it city door bell But to Miss Parkinson and Mrs. Larkins there waa u delay which seemed almost interminable before bee appeared oil the a little old red nosed with scanty gray a palm leaf patterned dressing and a candle whose feeble flame flickered to and fro while he held it shaded from the night wind with one hand it said Mr is it a accident on the I've always knowed it would come sootier or latei The gasped linda shrieked Mrs. Larkins said Mr What are you talking cried son poor creature who hovers between life and on trie top of this a woman on the ex- Mrs. bhe wouldn't answer when my cousin culled to and guru s ho in- sane Mr wrinkled countenance broke into a famile ain't no woman said he said Mias are deceiving nothing on went on Mr mj wire dummy as I tit the leaked hyr now pink slip Hi the hard shower 1 hct her out on the roof to drj 1 put litr out at because 1 it 1 did it in tune bo no f iid of asking else's but own bald rather said Mrs. biting her obliged to all the Air although hu B sailor wheeled and threw the door of a cell to the said undress yourself r up to this had asked no one in but as he had never that this be accompanied by Owe of whom nothing he did not but proceeded to strip Decidedly obscure m this was reduced to smell and it was distinctly an drawers and shoes that the sailor drew from a locker and laid be- fore said can defy the truth said ing himself with the which ex- haled ft singular odor of mingled tar and salty grass Upon which the other added to the costume a vest and breeches with feet and jacket of thick waterproof and bidding him be assisted him with the skill of a retired valet Ue chambre to lace the great put on the thrust his one atter the mto the sleeves of the and to slip lus neck into a leathern collarette that exactly adapted itself to his On his back then he placed a and on that u metal pelerine that re- a reciting by rote after the fashion of the corporal's manual pach button of the into the hole of the Adjust the copper valves and turn the screw Close the latter till the of etc It was but was patient and said only are sure I shall ezek responded the sailor with a can't get ing but the met lacking that we'll put on followed by he tucked under his arm a sort of elongated ball in a leather aud took up the march for the front costume reminded him as lie scanned it of the clothes used upon criminals he told had a condemned seen the man bearing his head under his arm while leading a victim to the scaffold A strange lover's which he must bear with turning to right and they reached a jetty advancing into the bay some ten to twenty At the end of it the round crown of a from at a shout from his con- tame running a second who placed himself without a word be- hind said the responded FerreoL seethe slate and the pencil hung to youi queried the other and pencil assented reol amiably It was the last word be The was over his bolted to his the hard and fast At last a flash of one single in- stant nature rebelled against his priuci pit's Too find protesta And the women cropt home said Miw own Mrs to her t of this to any will I said Mrs. But it to be did not keep IMT tor Mr. Lai kins was full of dark allusions nett and Sti scarcely apeak for could purchased her her summer and speedily back to and evf r since sho declares that nil the wealth of thw would not in- duce her to live in of iniquity an I of New And if her she htr head and Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Slavens Housekeeper's ADDITION NEW AND SECONDHAND Carries the STOCK of WALL PAPER and DECORA ATIONS in Tolo offers them at Reduced REPAIRING AND CABINET HORI Neatly at FISST STREET Every Man HIS OWN Horse R. E. Veterinary Medical Containing n. all horses are subject to also Riving tbe per ot each while tha DS tha remedies for Instant for each die ease Its Life gf Horae will More than Paj for A In Your Save and a Veterinary M. J. Bobo 9O4 J Agents Sierra Lumber W E. M. AND OA Sugar Yellow Pine and Spruce WINDOW R. H. Newton's Old Yard Back of NEW NEW I NEW 1 -IS PREPARED TO BETTER BETTER BETTER SATISFACTION For now he telt himself earned a in then a strange of cold mounting trom feet lo waist and from waist to shoul He opened wide his and through the s afish linn Preliminaries decidedly not He continued to descend with rapidity Soon tlie sandy bottom and there before him a eter with huge head and enormous who advanced to meet seized the blate at his belt and began to scratch upon it whose head buzzed like who anj The moment solemn drew a long to which the com- pump above him lent itself then with fall lungs soul fit toiler of the upon whom the happiness of his hie They come to an mi A as a was not The had grown the pencil und IUH turn at the awkwardly at but still UK I am Pel responded at itu join liaw I honor to ask rt you r itt a hf mi ilie in s r if jon hleo 1 11 ifil at v the i lint qnu k 1 work to sought to furo ual his in Hat LI 1 clothes held him That act of was forbidden him An- his but not what to do 111 der tn mid not hurrying ho pulled five to cord of aloft like a rocket of I'd said the who and whom ho a ten quits every day 5o'clock." looked at his Ten minuter lo man hke mo never waits a And returned to fifty odd hours lute in the hut impatient An- the other And was not nt from La Vie C. Waggoner for 30 THAN AJTD FOR SUITS so SUITS Parlors a Few Doors West of the J. U. TAILOR FlItST TO THE New Spring Goods I iS THE TIMS TO HAKE YOUR The Largest and Best Assorted Stock In the City of Examine the Goods and Prices AND YOU ARE SURE TO BE W. H. Wood and Gasoline Stoves of the Latest and Best Plumbing and Jobbing in all its Branches Done by Experienced No 1'limecr or Men with WORK GUARANTEED AS muNi. CALIFORNIA ASK YOUR GROCER FANCY WHITEST ANO IW THK TAKES FIRST AT TBE STATE FAIR FOR THE LAST -Si MANUFACTURED SY C. McCreary Co. CAL LUMBER S. T. IK Sound and Sugar 14me, LUMBER SAWED TO OBa W. AT
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