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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 15, 1891, Woodland, California WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY EVEM/MG, .IU LY 15, IMI. It'ooiUanu baliti Democrat MAR KET REPORT. I MIOHX* LANDINO WUIsl'KllS Fnbliabed Every Evening, Except Sunday by MAXWELL A LEK. iiIKII »» ’•** ,OltSMlCi <1 MC0.B0L4M «»>*. «"“• The DEMOCRAT has by far the Largest goua Fide Circulation of any Paper Pub-llsned or Circulated in Yolo County. tkkml THE EVENING DEMOCRAT: Harvesting still continues on the San Francisco. July 15. UM. j ReecJ Rancb. The grainflelds Bur- ...    *    Y    rRM-    , ,,    , - , rounding town have all been headed Wheat—No. I Shipping........... I 50    <& I    SIJ*    ...    *    ..    ,i    u Milling..................................... i    5.')    I    57‘j    and tile hum of    the thresher will    soon Eludk-—superfine................. 3    75    I    2y I    be    beard. Best rainily..................... 5    15    5 ural) u!ieBt............................. JS    Fruit drying is tieing carried on to clat Me*iV.r.“!V*Vy.,’V.*"V.V.\.-V.V.    4$ a greater extent this year than ever i «o ® 1 so    before, in this section of the county. corn—yellow...............-......... i    J    *V    The numerous trays cf Win. Hanney, White................................... #!» TEN POUNDS IN ONE YEAR Postage Paid).... SIX MONTHS........................ THREE MONTH." ... ........... PKK WEEK By Carrier bingle COPIES.............................. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT: ONE YEAR Postage Pail)................ SIX MONTHS............ THREE MONTHS.... 95 OO . .. 2 50  I 26 .12',CU  5 eta I 46 . I 41* . I 50 .24 IO ..26 a* .■J) OI ti no ,92 50 ,. I 25 .. I OO ...21 60 ....12 OO ....12 OO .12 50 ... ll OO ..-12 OO ... ll OI* COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. 0 Hoe— Beamer eioca, J. O. MAXWELL Cor Qrt^rsnA anti Mftio St®. I UC*I    •jwvvmw EDITOR TRK DHIL* OKMOl'RtCY. The action taken by Cie Democrats of Ohio is certainly worthy of cora-meiidaMon, in a Republican State, with a political leader like McKinley i to oppose, an admitted stalwart in polities, not only in his own State, but also in the nation. The Democrats who oiler themselves for what is almost certain defeat, will deserve the title of “ the great unterrified.” Still, even with such odds to face, the victory may yet be with the Democ-raey. ^ (4 KO bo I Francis Train has arrived safe at bis home in Seattle. He says that he was grossly insulted while in London, so much so that he left sooner than he would have otherwise. Here is a chance for us to profit bx the example set by our English cous-i us. Barley—Brewing......... Choice Feed............... Chevalier ............ Oath—New............... Old.......................... Feed— Middling*. Ground Barie;, ....... Hulled Barley.............. Cracked Corn ............ Oil Cake Meal........... BHAN—.......................... Hay—Wheat................ Attalla  ............. Barley.......................... Clover........................... Oat............................... Wheat and oat............. Beaks Pea, ct I............. Small White.............- Bayos........................... Pink......................... Butter....................... Potatoes—Peerless ctl Early Rose................ Burbank   ............. < *s ions— cer cli ... Hops ..................... Seeks Mustard, tbs ..... Flax.............................. Canary............................-....... -    „ .-. itall-i................   '»'*« Hemp ...................................... > Timothy.................................. 5% Rape .............................. . 1% Km i rs Strawberries, ch   >* UU 40 3 OU 7 OU 35 35 50 5ft I OO 30 80 2 I-} I Ti* fg, I 75 I 17‘, I JO I 55 (tji I O'1 I til) (ii 2 > OO 2t> OO 26 OO 12 OO 30 OU > a 22 OO (»I 4 50 lf 50 Ii OO lf fit) 13 OO I I (IO IO (a. 3 do 3 OO 3 2 i 2 35 2 o * 5o 40 50 OO 30 2S 2 Cherries, bx Currants ch................. Raspberries, chest..... A prloots, bx................. Apples, box............. i caches, box................ Pears, box................... V Ko eta n LES- Beets, sk Cucumbers, box........ i elery, doz-  .......... Asps agos, bx....................... 60 Tomatoes, bx.......................... 50 Rhubarb, bx ..................... 78 Cabbage, ctl.......................... 4u Cauiltl iwt-r, doz..................... 65 Turnips sk............................ 5u Carrots, sk ........................... 5o Peas.sk. ................................75 String Beans,lb........................ 2‘<* Parsnips, lb........................... 2 THE dairy. Butter—Fancy it* .................... 24 Choice......................   20 Fair to Good.......................... 15 Cheese— Fancy, ti*.................... it* Good to Cholee...................... 0 California Young America .. ll poultry yard. Poultry—Hens,    doz.............. 7 OO Roosters, young..................... 6 5* Roosters, old........................ 6 OO Broilers............................ 2 50 Ducks...................................... 3 50 3 IO 3 30 2 45 3 OO ut: 5 1 I OO 00 35 OB 3 6 2 'a s OO (iii 90 i * 6 OO igiio oo «o ta* i 25 65 I OO 50 I OO OO I (IO 3 id The shades of Talleyrand and Shakespeare may now afford each other mutual consolation, since it has been decided by eminent critics that the memoirs of the great French statesman are not genuine. The Watch Trust r as been broken Whether it was affected by Jo bn Wanamakei’s munificent gift of a three dollar watch to every star route mail carrier is not stated. Geese, pair Turkeys, hens live, th. Turkeys, gobblers........ EQ os—Choice Ranch — I IN) m 25 22' Is 11 O'* 12 7    i 0 8    <N) 6 50 4    50 5    IN* I >5 meat market. beef First quality............... (Second quality...................... Third quality .................... .small...................... Mutton—...................... LAMR—....................... Pork—Live hogs, hard Dressed Hogs............... stock Hogs................ is 19 2u 21 24 @ 25 6'ii 6 5 <§ 5Y *y, 0 ti 6 H 7 a "J" S' I, 4-v* ta 5 9 4 4‘ N EWH ITEMS. They will have Turkey at the Chicago Fair. “Andrew Jackson'’ Mill soon he hanged at Memphis. Chinatown is gradually extending its boundaries in Philadelphia. The Brazilian government is making Dried Kl ult-Peaches, peeled.lt an effort to stop Polish immigration. WOODLAND MARKET Corrected Weekly by Smith 4 Hollingsworth. Woodland, July 15, ISSI. Flour—Pioneer, bill...................... snow-Flase................................ Yolo...................................... Madison................................ Wheat, choice, cwt.................... Ground Barley, cwt Whole Barley, cwt .............. Bran,cwt...................................... Shorts, cwt................................... Potatoes— Early Hose, New, cm t Iii ver Reds, cwt..................... Onions, lb..................................... Beans—Pea, lb......................-....... Butter, It*  ................................ Bayok th.............. ..................... Lima, lb. Peaches, unpeeled, lh........... Apricots, choice, It*................. Pears. It*.................................. Prunes, lh............................... Seedless Raisins, lb................ Currants, Jb  ............ Citron, lh............. ............... Raisins, London layers box Honey—w bite comb, s Diego Amber com ti, lh..................... i Cheese— California Freemot IF. Eastern, Martins, lh................ eighty Butter—Fancy Coast, per roll... ... ,    l    l.’'*-    '    Fancy    Ranch, per roll ... w ill bu on exhibition f^-Do/ ............................... Ex Senator Ingals will do some Ohaut uqua talking in Georgia during this month. it is estimated that fully $60,(XKI is annually spent to furnish Sara tog® with music. It is pleasant to learn that head of buffalo at the World’s Fair    I    Poultry—Turney.lh.............. at rite r on i.r.    Roosters, young, doz........ A public reception to ex-President Briers* ......................... Cleveland is being planned by the Democrats oi Massachusetts. The Cleveland Sorosis have taken a 8tend against the further agitation of j the woman suffrage question. An Indiana man was killed by j lightning while sleeping with his wife and child, neither of whom was injured. The Women s Christian Temperance I nion of Washington has started a war upon the soda fountains at the Capital The executors of the late William B. < )gden have promised $500,000 for a scientific school in the new Chicago U ni versify, It is reported that a vein of coal three miles wide and fifty feet thick 6 40 6 40 5 80 5 80 1 I DI I 25 I 40 85 Ro 5 6 6 20 IO L H 15 15 IO 12 H IO Ii *4 IO I2>i •to 2 DO 17 JJU lo 15 20 65 56 2 12% Ii 5 UU 5 50 Hens............................... .. Ducks..................................... Geese, pr pair.................. Provisions— Hams ‘’Our Taste Hums, “Capitol ............ 49 Hams................................. Hams, < 'aliter ilia ............... Bacon, “Our Taste** ........... Bacon, ranch .......................... Broon, ranch, extra light Lard, Kssteru,5-lb pail..... Lard. Eastern, 10-lb nail turd, ranch, 6-lb pail ......... Lard, tancb, lo-lb pail ....... 4    50 3 50 5    Oo 5 no I rn 12*. IO 5 50 4 so 5 50 5 50 I 76 16 IC IC 15 IC 12* Cj lo 05 I 25 66 I 25 A horned rabbit is the curiosity of the day at Akron, Ohio. Mr. < lark, to the Public. I wish to say to my friends and the public, that I regard Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the best [(reparation in use for Colic and Diarrhea. It is the finest selling medicine I ever handled, be- has beni. discovered in the Flathead came It alwaa gives satisfaction, country in Montana.    „    "■ H Cl ARK .Orangeville, Tex'te. ..    ...    ....    ...    .    For    sale    by Pond vt Lawson, drug Mayor Holmes ot kannas City has gj8(B been formally censured by resolution    _    ......    _    _ of the barbera for havinK been shaved A ,r„it drying establishment is in a .shoji un Sum a\._ j    founding    at    Arroyo    Grande,    San    Luis Obispo county, with a capacity of seven and a quarter tons every twelve hours. A New Pastoral Hesidencc. Father Hines informs us that he is busy looking at plans for a new pastoral residence, which he contemplates haviug built snout the first of August. • pring Fever. At this season of the year the most vigorous aud hearty people often have a feeling ot weariness, tired and worn out. with ut am-The building will be on the same lot bltlon to do anything, and many break out I In pimples and boils. What you require Is a mild tonic medicine that will act gently on the liver and blood, and for this nothing .    n,    i    ii    equals Dr. Gunn’s Improved Liver Pills. living purposes. The plans aud spec- They give an activity to the liver, purity Unifications Will be ready in a few days, blood and by their mild tonic action new ... .    , J    ,    ....    vitality and strength to the entire system, whea they will be given to the bidders. Hold ut 25 cts. a box by John v. Leitbold. our townsman, present a pretty picture spread over his premises. Friday afternoon saw the opening of the dam at “Slough Camp.” Boom! Boom ! Such vt s the sound pr dueod when the blasting powder took effect. rh is dam has held a body of water (on Grand Island that is miles in extent—as far as can be seen before the lookeron. This water passes into the Sacramento River through Sycamore Slough via the Steam Pump and the large pipes lately placed in the levee near the pump. Plenty of good fish j now. A eaif belonging to Mrs. Shannon became untied from its staff aud as a yard gate was open began Wandering about the town. A number of little boys that have nothing to do but race t he town, spying the calf and not satis- • tied with leaving it to graze peacefully on the streets began running it around I the town. Whether the calf stumbled and broke its neck or whether it became overheated in running is unknown, but when brought into the yard it could not hold up its head and ; shortly afterward died, if the strap I were used a little more freely on thee# youngsters, they may be less ready to [ run every animal they meet that is running at large. This is a very iangerous practice too for the young- j stere. The other day the writer noticed two or three little boys between five and eight years of age run-nlng some loose horses through the streets. Children should be kept from horses heels if possible. Were these horses to kick one of these children,the wail of the parents would be : “ Oh, my children can’t go on the streets without somebody having a loose horse there,” and then the owner of the horse Is cussed. Parents, bo more careful of your children in the future if you wish to avoid accidents, and, re member that this is not an in cor pot ated town. Here is an example of the danger of children being on the streets. Mr. Molloy, a gentleman living about three miles from bere, after unloading hay at tile Knees Stable, was standing on the street with a pitchfork, when a wild cow came (lashing down the street, and on seeing Mr. Molloy, made a “bee line” for bim, but by an agile movement of his, the frothing animal was laid on the road, where she re □mined for ten minutes with a pitchfork well Imbedded in her flesh, after which her driver, Doe Huber, found her docile as a Iamb. The streets of Knights Landing make a poor playground for children, tis cattle of all kinds very often are driven through town, ami parents having any kind of a yard should keep their children in them, or else ‘ake if on their own shoulders if their children meet some accident.    J"K. K Moire- Landing July I",. 1-91. Whet lier Von Tratel liy I ami or Sea You need a medicinal samguard. Chancres of climate or temperature, brackish water, unusual diet, dought* from open windows that Mi rely fellow passengers wilt not close —all these hr cd ailments against which the sure t protection is Ho-tetter's St mach Bit tera, finest of medicinal fort I Hers. sea *ie«-ne->.. land nausea, are promptly counteract cd b\ th!* agr ca bit coriective, which is also a capital defense agalma mala la, t tie effects cf a tropical or chilly temp- rat ire, dump aud exposure. Persona - I sedentary pursuits. mil type - ail VS', mariners, miner', engineer*, frontiersmen, persons OI every eallintr involving mental fatigue, exee-'ive bodily*! fort Hid Jianility to unhealthful influences of any sort, regard it as an incomparable 'af*-glia>*1, Biliousness, constipation, dx s. pc s n, rheumatism. ' ok beadie i e rn d kidney troubles, are et!actually subdued bx it e gr« at alterative, It is stated that a ranch neat Scuttle. Washington, is visited almost daily bv j a largo black bear flout the woods near bf. He mingles wit ii the stock on th** place aud makes himself quite af home. Tin* vi-irs have continued for a long time and the rancher will not permit “Bruin to lie molested. French Tansy Wafers. These wafers arc for the relief and cure of painful and irregular menses, and will remove all obstructions, no matter what the cause, aud are sure and safe every time. Manufactured by Emerson Drug Co., San Jose, Ca!,, and for sale by Gray & Sons, sole agents for Woodland. mart*-1y Captain J. M. Gilman, whp.arrived in San Francisco in 1849 on the slop which brought the material f >r th** first steamboat which ran on the Sacramento river, find who put the machinery iii the boat and was the engi ricer on her for some time, died at Sa cram e n t o Sunday. TWO WEEKSj THINK OF IT i| As a Flesh Producer there can be J j no question but that i SCOTTS EMULSION! j Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HypophosphitesI Of Lime and Soda I is without a rival. Wlany have j J gained a pound a day by tho use . ; of ii. It cures    J CONSUMPTION, J SCROFULA. BRONCHITIS. COUGHS AND} I COLDS. AND ALL FORMS OF WASTING PIS- J * EASES. AS I' IL I 7 I It LL AS >ll) K. * I It* Hurt* you «*-l the genuine as there tire , ( poor imitations.    J GRAND MOONLIGHT PICNIC! BY GIVEN The Wood and Band. Brass ■AT C0IL’S-:-GR0VE! WOODLAND, Wednesday Evening, July 22d, COMMENCING AT 8:30 O'CLOCK. -DANCING:- 50-Cent Column. [AII clappe* «»t legitimate advertisement*) not exceeding five new, inserted under this bead for fifty oents per week.] $12,500! Lost. About July IG, at nr near Bobfoffice in Woodland, hunch of keys. Tag No. ll. Ia-rvo at Bauk of Woodland ibid get reward. I wjy3 For Rent. A neat room n West Main st eel; Will do for ft small stere or shop: will be rented for -9 per mom ti. Enquire of J\ un    ii    H    A*    UM    LNN,    the tailor. ()- For Sale—A Great Bargain. I will sell my property in the town of Dunnigan. consisting of a saloon, together with the stock and fixtures, and dwelling house and stables, at a gnat bargain, lf sold this month, as I am compelled to leave Dunnigan on account of other business, lf a sale of the whole Is not made, I will sell tile stock and fixtures of the saloon at a sacrifice aud rent the propersy on reasonable terms. JyT-tt    WM.    HUNN. This is not a large amount, but that is all that is required to buy a first-class ranch of 160 acres. A New Stock. Mrs Wirth has Just received from San Francisco a new and select stock of goods, which she invites her customers and the public to call and examine.    JuulH-tl Milch Cows For Sa’e. Twc fresh milch cows are offered for sale at the most reasonable figures. Both cows are fresh and fin- milkers. Enquire of JulyJdwtf    W.    H.    HORD. Ml-mc bt Full Sixteen Brass Band of I KC KS. REFRESHMENTS SERVED ON GROUNDS t%.The grounds and platform wilt he In ftrst-clas' condition and brilliantly illuminated. DR. - ABERNETHY^ GREEN GINGER Brandy. C HES CRAM S and COLICS We colloid* r st tin- best prop aration *>t the kind on the market,and recommend It to our patron* «' being all you ladv erti'eIt to be. .gSLRNrrvi, 1 CxBMcn A Co., Druggist' Woodland. JL    _    f    Your Green (Unger Brandy!*- ‘iVir.ro QDAMu xtr, melx j. atelul and palat .(iTUtn KKAIWlahlt, J J (.| bright, and s;-ark Ii ny it - water; and highly r* omnx-mbd ny physicians and patient*. i i M. F rank Fin kl, Druggist, 3    Chico. Jos- N. Souther MAW FO co., SAN FRANCISCO, - - CAI. I.OLT Miff fcUHf STEPHENS & BEAN! Furniture Dealers And Undertakers BV Carry tUr Largest and Hest Select' cd Stock in Woodland. REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE —-St AND:- IN-A-WORKMANSHIP - LIKE - M NNER EMBALMING A SPECIALTY, PRIOR S BLOCK— WKST END, Woodland Probate Notice. N T H K oecupind by the present building, but will be larger and better adapted fur Board of Kqionization. The Board of Equalization is still in session. The work of raising sesess-muQTs will be completed tomorrow, when notices will be sent to those whose assessments has been raised. Friday'n Special Sale. William G, Irwin, tile pionef r livery stable keeper at Truckee, died Sunday. ll is nose bled for three weeks almost every day for hours at a time, and eventually caused his death. Timely Advice When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorin. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorin. When stie became Miss, she clung to Castorin. When she had Children, she gave them Castorin. sP PER HJR COP RT OF THE I Slate of t alif irnta, in and ;or the County of 5 clo. In the Mattel of the Estate ot .Jordan Clne-tlne, DeccH't d. Notice is hereby given that Monday, the 2 th day ot July. lM*l,at tm* clock . m . of said day, and tile Court Room of said Court, at the Court House In the Town of Woodland, County of Yolo, state of California, have been appointed as th*- time and place for proving the Will of said .Jordan Chastiue, deceased, and forbearing the application ot Rachel Jackson tor the Issuance I tier of Letters testamentary upon tin- same, in pursn atlee of lier petition, heretofore filed herein. l*Ht*-d July 6tli, 1891. R. w. PF'N DEGA ST, Clerk. Euoesb Aram, Attorney for Petitioner, jysdlut Probate Notice. Ladies muslin and childrens muslin underwear, sold at manufacturers prices. Gents neck-wear slaughtered. One 6ufferlDg> ir not life. There are many da> on >.__^’1!K Stoke. different remedies in use, but Charu- Mks. E. A. Lambf:ut, corner of Main berlain’s Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea and Third streets calls attention to Remedy is undoubtedly the hest. 25 one of the cheapest and best selected nn’^ ceflt bottles for sale by Pond stock of picnic hats in the city. They & Lhwbod, druggists. have been selected with great Hare and aresure to please. Call at ber parlors and convince yourself.    * The success of the Balzari Brothers is altogether owing to their courteous manners and fair dealings. They are determined to outsell all competitors. Try them.    * Hoven and Tray*. Boxes and trays to order In any quantity at tbs Sierra Lumber Yard    , comer College cad Court Ste. je!5tf -k- *vaI1 8- A Dumber of farmers trout cl Love locks Nevada, h tv e combined to build an irrigation canal to Big .Meadows. The canal will tap the la d of Hum Now is the time    to    provide yourself    boldt river,    near Orena, and    do    away and family with a    reliable    remedy f'*r    with dams altogether, bowel complaints. It is almost certain to be needed, and no family can afford .    .    .    ...    r. „    .    .    I    .    . ill You have heard your lrh-nffs aud neighbor- to he without it.    It    coms    but a trifle    ,, ,    ,    .    , Hiking about    ii. Ton max    xoiirscli    Im    one and may be the meansof saving much ,, t'11 > <■ many who know trout personal ex- perieueftJust how good a thing it i.-. Ii you have ever trj§dIt, you are one ol it' staunch friend*, because the wonderful tiling about it is. Hint when oneegiven a trial, Dr, King's New Discovcry ever after holds a place in t lo-house. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough,cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a lair trial. It is guaranteed A popular dog "f Warsaw, Indiana, |    .......Trial On**!.- enjoyed a funeral attended by fifty 'l h*- First Step, P* rbaps you are run do\\ ti, 'can’t eat, can t sleep, caul think, can’t do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails yon, You should Ii cd the-warning, you are ink lug the first lep into Nervous Prostration. You n< < d ii Nerve Tonic and in Filed rte Billers you wi’I find th# exact o -c.d.x fof restoring your nervous system to it* normal, ie a thy condition Surprising results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your app lite returns, good digestion Is restored. and Hie Liver and Kidneys resume, healthy action. Try a bottle, Price OO cts, at .Pond i Lawsons drug -to *    « I N THE SUPERIOR (’HURT OF THE J stat*- ot California, Iii and for the County ot Yolo. In the matter of the Estutepf Win. F. Reid, deceased. Nolle*! is hereby given thai Monday, the 27th (1a.\ ut July, IMH,at 9 o’clock a.M of si*id day, and the (’outt Hoorn of said (’ourt, at I In* ('o rt House in I he Tow ii of W< od In lid. County of Yolo, State ol California, Tim\«-be* n appointed as tile time and place for proving the WU! <>1 said Win. F Reid, dc eased, and for hearing tin- application oi Joseph I!. Ib id, for the issua re to him of Letters i c'iamentarx upon Ihesanie. In pursuance of his petition, heretofore id*-*! Ii* rein. I lated July 111 Ii, 1891. R VV. IMGN I.) FIG AST, Clerk. Id olm AKAU vt*o-ni x for Petitioner, djy ltito:7 ON EARTH. peopl* Buckled-h Arnica dal vc. The Hest Halve the world (or Cut* Bruises, .korea, Ulo*rs. Salt Rheum. Fevei Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Plies, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or nu>ney refunded. Price 25 cents per box For sale ly Pond A Lawson    fehJ-ly Watches, diamonds and jewelry af I CURE FITS! When I Buy cure I do not mean merely t o stop them tar a time and then have them return again. I mean a radical care. I have made the disease of FITS, EPI-LEi’.SY or FALLING SICKNESS a life long study. I warrant my remedy to cure the worst cum-s. Because others have failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Express and Poet Office a’- ti. HOOT, AE. C f 183 Fear! kit., ti. X. For Sale. Forty or eighty acres of fine fruit and vineyard land, three quarters of a mile west of Citrona station and four miles south of Mad- I Ison. Every foot of this land Is of the very best quality. For terms, apply to I. C. TAD- C. LOCK, on the premises, or at this oflfic*. mchlfldwtf    I    ——1 $7,500 Can Remain on Montage 45 Acres Summer Fallow, fi 1-2 firm in T,Inver V A IS IIVI UU All VIV I ut I 3 Acres in Prunes and Vines, 3 Wells and One Windmill, ^3 1-2 Miles NORTHWEST FROM Yolo ! APPLY TO, T. BIDWELL, Real Estate Dealer,    Woodland. Washing and Ironing. Done In first-class style by Yuly Lee Co,, corner Main street aud Cemetery Avenue. All bills against Louted Ben will be paid on July 4th al 12 o'clock by J uly Lee at his place. During six years service in my household, Yuly ha* proved him ell a good wa her and Ironer and thoroughly trustworthy. Mss. Ben Peakt. A Bargain 84,,'<i0.00. A fine much tor sale. 125 acres In Alex tnder Valley, Sonoma county, near Healdsburg Thirty-11 e acres Russian river bottom land-all good grape and fruit land. Twent v-flve acres at * resent In vineyard, nil! hearing, which yields -I nnft.en annually. To a responsible man who will buy and reside on the place, tin-best of term* wt I be given, as owner Is anxious to sell on account ofn m-residence. Or will exchange for Woodland property. Address this office, or ANDRFiW PRICE, Healdsburg, Sonoma Co., Cal. j*-!6lf Forrester & Hodge, :3Jl GROCERS!: ^a A    * Money to Loan. 980,000 to loan on real vstat*- security, In sums to RU ii. Apply to C. T. HI IJW ELL, |e22dw2w Real Estate ami la*an Agent. J, 0 Williams. J. (Williams, the Photographer, n*-xf door to the w hite House, i hlldren a specialty. Woodland, Cal. aprl3-lt Money to Loan. 94,1*00 to loan on good and approved security. Apply to E. T. CLOWE,    m2ldwtf —•carry the; finest line; of;;— TEAS! COFFEES! SPICES! And Flavoring Extracts. FRESH FRUIT AND BERRIES! Received Daily During the Season. I FRUIT JARS-:-AND-:-JAR RUBBERS! IN ALL SIZE8- Fiano for Rent. A good Steinwaj piano for rent. Enquire at the office of Dr Holmes.    juris tf Well-B iring. Marvin A Hays are prepared to do all kinds of well boring (inters promptly attended to. Leave orders at M. Diets' hardware store. Woodland.    MARVIN    A    HAYS. march39dwtf SCA* Fhose wishing to purchase Kiuri or Hkr-ries fok Canning I Yr poses will tin*! it t * their interest w to give us a call before purchasing els* whore. STATEMENT < r TUR FINAN IAI. U (NDITION OF Tri E BANK OF WOODLAND On thr Molts INO os July I. 189'. I FORRESTER & HODGE. JACKSON BLOCK.    'I    VI N STUK ET,    AC    OOI*!.    AND. © V Jir-if j- hi* v- --lr v-V' Z'* ir v 'n'’ I. 5. sr B. M MILLER - CASH SYO RE Ii. M MILLER ' c \ 'Ii > FORE! g RH UK CEN. Bank Premises aud Furniture. B*-al ► state............................. ijoun*..................................... t *lher Assets.................. ............ Due from Banks ................ LI ABI UTI K*. < 'apila Sto k..... Surplus Fund ... Profit and Loss. . Due I *epoHitora.... line Banks tiler I,labilities $    21,UUU i*< 16.UJ 4 72 . 1,518,*9u s2 42,592 33 75.292 5a 4 2tI 95 tf 1.7-. I *.* -2 4U .9 920.600 DO ,. la;,,{-J* (Si 111,491 5 §4(1.194 84 17 39.5 (Hi 5 ( UUU (NI fl,701 ,(X*2 4U 'TA TF Of CALI OK NIA,* Coe '' I Y OF Yolo. i r‘, s. Freeman, Vice President, and < . F. Thomas. Cahier, of the ab tve-narned bank, being duly sworn, each for himself sax s, that the foregoing stat merit is true to the best of ills knowledge and belie!. F. s. FR1 KMAN, Vice-President. C. F. THOMAS, Cash *-r. Subscribed and sworn to belore rue this lit! day of J ut}', 189 .    C. S. Kwosr. [skaLl    Notary Public. J? P P -Ss    3    3    p    3 THE-^5- NEW CASH STORE! WF :-W0ULD-:-LIKE-:-T0-:-IIAVE-:-YUI -:-C’ALL-:-AND EX.AMIXE-:-Ot'R GOODS AXD PRICES:-- SUMMER (J OO IJS AND PAHASOIjS tJT’/y.l CA’ HLL.V GULATI.)' Ll. hf'< 7. 0    ' v NOW IS YOCK OPPORTUNITY PO t. I' SOMETHING ' l it) Kl ATONABLE. —7! B    M. MILLER — OP POS IT I. POSTOFFICE, :    -P    cpl.    MVIS    \\:> ( -d.l.K .1. STREETS, WOJI*L\ND,...........1    ALI    KOU    MA L k k    L    L    L    L L I    I-    i    Ii    Ii A* I S 3 3 & es BANK OF WOODLAND INCORPORATED 1868. AW Authorized Capital Paid Up Capital Surulu8 Fund, Profit & Lose J. D. STEPHENS ... F. S. FREEMAN..... 0. F.TH0MA8........ - $1,000,000 926 400 -    185    280 33,416 ^Washington IRVINGTON, CALIFORNIA. \ ■ Preiident Vice President  Oashiuj A General Banking Business Done. BAN K of YOLO A FINE SCHOOL FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! : NEXT SESSION OF TEN MONTHS OPENS:-- IU i —■a August 13, 1891 Delightful climate, fine location, good I* ani* *g halls, aith* faculty, reasonable turin>. several courses. l>ui parks for I Nit krsi i y. Address, J. C. KIETH, President. WOODLAND, CAL. PAID UP CAPITAL, - * • • $300,000 SURPLUS,.......$100,000 H. P. MKKRitt, ::::::    President W. W. BROWNELL, : : : Vice-President C. W. Bush, : I Manager and Cashier 0 L. Richmond. : : : Assistant Cash irk —¥ Correspondents }{— Bank of California : : : : San Francisco Nat l Bank of D, O. Mills A- Co. : Sacramento LaidlawACo :::::::: New York First National Bank :::::: Chicago «#- Ylso draw on ail the prim- pal cities of Europe. GENERAL BANKING BD RINESS TR \NWTED F. 11i MERS A NJ) M EC HA NJ < 'S Savings Bailli! Southwest Cor. Fourth and I street*, Sacramento, Cal. Guaranteed Capital, - -    -    -    §500,000 r GANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IN- 1 J terest paid semi annually on I’erni and Ordinary Deposits. B U. STEINMAN...........................President EDWIN K. A Lh 11’............. Vice    President I*, lr. WHITBECK ...............................Cashier C. h. CUMMINGS...........................Secretary JAMES M. STEN ENSGN...............Surveyor T. s. Span I ding, 627 Main street,, Wood land. Agent for the five-cent dop ait system PEOPLE’S SAVINGS BANK ! OF SACRAMENTO Dividends for the term ending June 3i*. 1891, are now payable. Bate perannum on term deposits, qVj per c-'iit., and on ordinary deposits, I per cent. Loan* made on re (J estate only. All communications promptly answer* cl. WM. BECKMAN, President, I Gxo. W. Lorenz, CaaLier.    I FRUIT OF ALL KINDS EVERY DAY. FRUIT-JARS Masons, Lightning and Woodbury. FRUIT CANS THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST FRUIT SACKS The Boss for Dried Fruit. FRUIT LADDERS I For Picking Fruit. FRUIT KETTLES For Cooking Fruit. — ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES ! — A. M. EATON, 534 MUN STREET, - - WOODLAND HESPERIAN COLLEGE! WOODLAND, - CAL. -THE- I9*CAU, AT JI NEXT TO THE POSTOFFICE IF YOU WANT A GOOD POSITION OF ANY KIND. —O— W. B. XV EBB, Prop. Thirty-Second Session WILL BEGIN- August 31, 1891 ART, LITERARY \ MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS! UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY COURSE! I® For Catalogue*, add refs A. M. ELSTON, Free. ;