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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 24, 1893, Woodland, California VOL. TUESDAY 1893. NO. TO THE WARBLING Bweet little whom the morning sun Found and hero have 1 dreamed away Two anil happy hours that passed as Lulled by thy silvery Just begun And never Thou dost preach to me Sweet patience and her Kuest The sense of days and weeks and months that run Scarce altering in their round of And quiet and tolls that Jo not And homely Though the old distress gray above us both at still Be constant to thy sweet Bv me at least thou shall bo loved and in Youth's The Moon as We See It. Did you ever stop to consider the fact that the inhabitants of this earth have never seen but one side of the and to inquire the reasons why such is the The explanation is The moon makes one revolution on her axis in the same period of time that she takes up in revolving once around the thus the same geographical region of the lunar surface is always toward As one ex- planation usually calls for it may not be out of place to mention the fact that the reasons the two motions of moon above referred to so nearly coincide are The moon is not a true but is very elliptical in It did not in all probabilities start on its axial rotation with precisely the same velocity with which it moved around the but the very best astronomers say that the two motions were not far apart in the Assuming that the moon was or at least soft in those re- mote the attraction caused the lunar surface to and in the untold ages which followed its axial ro- owing to the attractive influence of both the earth and the sun. was made to correspond with its orbital movement around the Louis How's Your Ts the Oriental knowing health cannot exist without a lien I i liy When tha Liver is torpid the els sluggish and con- the food lies in the stomach poisoning tha frequent headache a feeling of despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is Simmons Liver lias tha means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a heal thy Liver than any agency known on It acts with dinary power and NEVER BEEN l As a family remedy for Torpid 1 hardly ever tiling and have never been appointed in the it seems to he almost a perfect cure for all diseases of tho aud W. Old Time Banking While discussing the matter of the troubles and trials of banking business of today President James Espy of the Ohio Valley National bank said to a group of tell you that we do not know anything about the ties of the banking I have heard officials of the bank when I was be- ginning in the business rehearse the riences in early banking in As is well the residents of that state were not much given to business Whenever they bad occasion to issue a and it was quite the bank officials had to drive around to the ous or to the place where the maker and it was quite difficult to get them to sign the but much more so a Experts got so they could tell whether the note was renewed in the house or in the as they could tell whether it was written on the mel of a saddle or at a regular Cincinnati DECLINE OF NERVE Is one of the first signs of a premature tion of the and with it comes other which in the near future cuts the vidual beyond all nerve of the discharge GO TO Democrat Printing to I is the best remedy for I this premature I FOR THE stops all is a wonderfully powerful producing I is the most marvelous I discovery of the is a Take builds up the nerve of makes man the great and He Didn't A man with a wife who has her own ways about doing things catches her now and he said the other morning as he was think you were right when you told me last night that there were burglars in the she asked all the money that was in my pockets when I went to bed is sho with an so you had been brave and got up and shot the you would have had your money this my he said I would have been a She laughed softly then and gave half of it back to The Whistling A species of which grows very abundantly in Nubia and the is also called the by the Its shoots are by tho agency of the of dis- in shape and swollen into a lar bladder from 1 to 2 inches in After the insect has emerged from a circular hole in the side of this the played upon by the becomes a musical instrument nearly equal in to a sweet toned York A Good are charged with ing this plead your but I havo a good I addressed this man civilly throe and he never answered me. the man is deaf and why didn't he say A curious box was recently found amid the ruins of The box was marble or about 2 square and closely When it was found to be full of pomatum or but very Tho smell resembled somewhat that of the but was much more American pioneers were God fearing and Bible They staked out town lots in 22 10 9 14 22 21 II 18 Tabors and Mount 22 Zions and Mount 30 26 Hebrews and 30 Liverpool as ho swallowed a sixpence 13 years recently had a severe pain in his A lit of roughing and the long lost half of its original was released from his give you cures Lost Nervous nervous falling sensa- nervous twitching of the eyes and other and melancholy and wasting nervous stops all Ic Thoro an unknown quantity of silver in tho bay of Rio do a silver in comparatively unlimited and ery ship that drops Anchor there cuts in- to the bed of At people more than needles a and they are made and exported so cheaply that England has no rival and the to the so that all the of the are in a healthy Undeveloped and stinted growth restored by the use of The ravages made by the horrors of a premature old the victim of the drug tobacco and other vicious habits trill find forever There are no Don't be even though you have tried every known After you shall have used you will be a a oroua man in every sense of the If you are lack nerve use If you would be powerful use If you have n mind that is a memory that is failing use If feel as weak as a kitten use If you are groping in purblind not knowing what to and have any of the above symptoms is a e Are yon contemplating Then use If you arc not using you are not incr justice to your The new discovery was made by the ists of the old famous HUDSON MEDICAL IN- It is the strongest vitalizer It is very but Sold for II a or six packages for sealed A written guarantee Riven for If buy sit boxes and a re not entirely cured six more be sent you free of all Send for and Address HUDSON MEDICAL 1O3% Market San The Celebrated French la SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease or the generative organs of either whether from the BEFORE use of AFTER or or through youthful tion over as Lose of Brain down Pains In the Seminal Nervous Nocturnal zinc Wenk Loss of Power and which ir i ejected often lead to premature old inn Price a 6 boxes for Split mull on receipt of A WRITTEN GUARANTEE it given for every order to refund the money if a is not Wo have sands of from old and of both who have been permanently cured Circular THK Hot 27, told Woodland An ounce of is worth UUE Try OP Safety AS A MON can equal it. ita trial and you will never lie without A UK KK in 11 that it is for For Hale by nil class 1'rico- jt or ir liny can only do pood mm it. Send t stain p for prl circular to Wilbur 5-H K CAU Sole tor M and W Han tor IM tor It. Finest Printing AT THE Lowest HEADS POSTER WORK OF ALL TICKETS WEDDING CARDS Briefs and Transcripts a Record Blank Day CASH Ruled to order and bound in any style of with the celebrated FREY PATENT the strongest and best at San Francisco BEAHER Firat ft Main Cal. DAMS A N U CON tind Notaries next In I MIT it. A Attorneys itt Will in all Yolo county 10 J C. Room 7, it AMI anew and accurate Notaries Beamer K. 1 and 3, Excelsior SAAC OF- K JO. over Bank ol W. N JOHNSON AT 1 10 Ml Cal. i. u. F. McK IJ X K it (i HO lit i 1C, AT 1 i RN K A W. 101 J rooms 1, and MISS NORA and All kinds of copying Kooni Cal. pHILLIP W and i. Notary 1'ublic. over CUAT Cal. t aud Notary 1'ublic. over Bank of ROSte and A. N. onice over and 3auk. Rooms 11 and K. and removed ti and 1 OHN T. D. D. DENTAL J Excelsior Over Cal. S E M. D. on North between College and First lext to at it Elston's drug np ove DR. 1'HYMl IAN New doors west of Farmers it Mi Hank b to ami 11 1- A to 4 and to U M. PEERLESS ABE First-class liquors am Next to Bank of Cal. J. ARCHITECT Over New K. IN T T Dr. White's Main between ami les sons lor men liou Call uml examine are nl the pavilion in GO TO A. 1'INTO'S MARKET FOR vegetables ami groceries Country produce bought and 1'rice delivered to aMV part of th city free of AND I VI i orders at M. and II Lindner's Cal. WIKL and Trail on the 1'aciiic year's i A. bin Between Two t nl in in i v n .tr to I ii i h i M p I'M I'M to ill pi IP is ll llf pul lit u nt fi 11 in i ch rs pom of I i i. MS i n i J. U. rlAIN The Artistic H. B. IN- IMPLEMENTS Kurd Wo Mud CUTLERY IN EVERY Hopt in The of iw line of which will pold t very low 11, H. May 1871. IMMENSE NEW Fall and Winter Clothing at Reduced We have just received a. Large and Com- plete Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing in all the latest which we will sell at the following reduced MEN'S Prince reduced from to Black sack or to 13.50 Clay all styles and 17.50 to ray square reduced 15.00 to all styles and 10.00 to 7.00 A full in all styles and from Knee from ERVIN Bricklayer J and Contractor without on (i I nlao a full ne of of R Cement Hunter 1'firin K Of V Woodland K Of Our Shoe Department is complete in respect and we have just added all the latest Our Bargains in Shoes cannot be Look at these big Shoes formerly reduced to Shoes formerly reduced to Shoes formerly reduced to Buckingham reduced to Shoes formerly reduced to A full line of French Dongola patent for former Give Us a Call and be convinced of our Great Re- duction in Prices in all People's One Price Cast ROSENBERG REGULATORS IN LOW CALIFORNIA REAL IMPROVEMENTS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE AT A ACRE Situated in the southeastern part of Lake 10 miles front and 25 miles from St. Helena and 400 ACRES of Valley Land Easy of 200 ACRES of LOB Hill Land Adapted to Emit Trees and 500 ACRES of Covered Witt Scattering is OK 120 the balance newly a portion being black gravelly and rich Handy capable of wheat per From M to 70 of wild clover can 5' tra tlit creek rum twi nl fv out i Thr tn through here u l excellent water will distributed over the entire y ILH ten small of M well M a There are also two one nine and the other i hail in unlimited at a depth of from ceven Inn ihu making it an cosy matter to grow ty mi extensive outside for grazing c-t of could lie for IMPROVEMENTS HI of n coin fort a Hinall and three tor the hind in well large ana ahout IH fenced with a barbed wire There a amall orchard el lu raoHL PERSONAL PROPERTY too he fid of 25 of seven head of good one and one farm nike and all now used upon the FOR TERMS AND FURTHER IT THIS HOME ASK YOUR GROCER FOR White Swan Perfection The Sweetest and Best Brand of Flow Awarded First Premium State Fair 1893, County GRIST WORK A ROLLER
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