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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Woodland, California WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1890. ■footUanu gaily democrat Published Every Evening, Except Sunday by WICK B. PARSONS. The DEMOCRAT bas by far the Largest Bona Fide Circulation of any Paper Pub* lisned or Circulated in Yolo County. TERMS. THE EVEN I NO DEMOCRAT: performed by him and a chosen, faith- J ©d to the knowledge of the outside ful few, for reasons whioh the “ sad world, after the manner of the tribes story of the rear column ” will make j of the Grassland, and how well pre-mure than apparent. It is doubtful J pared will be the soil for the sowing ONE YEAR (Postage Paid)  .............$5    OO 18 . HIX MONTHS............................................. 2    50 THREE MONTHS...................................... I    25 PER WEEK (By Carrier)...............  12>.cU SINGLE COPIES.......................................5cts THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT: ONE YEAR iPostage Paid)....................12    60 SIX MONTHS.............................................. I    25 TH REK. MONTHS...................................... I    Op CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. 0 lo*—Beamer Block, Corner Second and Main St* SI’fcll.lL JIMIH K. Tills paper isa niernberof the Northern and Central California Press Association. Office 806 Bush street, corner Montgomery, rooms > and 9, San Francisco, Cal., J no’ F. Uhlhorn Supt., who is the authorised ag<-nt to teceive Eastern and San Francisco business. Our Book Table. IN D \RKEST AFRICA. Bv Henry M. Stanley. New York; Charles Scribner A Sons. Strange things come to pass in the march of human events. Six thousand years ago, Africa, the northeastern portion about the mouth of the Nile was “ all the world”—learning in all its manifold branches there found its home and flourished. Astonishing acquisitions in the arts and sciences ex isted there; Egypt was abreast with, if not lifted above, all other preceding or contemporary nations in the arts of civilization. She was the ancient law-giver, as she was also the mother of the purest religion of antiquity. Here was, perhaps, the first cradle of humanity where civilizing influences existed. In many things was Egypt great. The world feels to-day the receding wave of marvelous achiev-ment of those distant times. How many centuries have gone by since the busy activities of that early center have ceased to be! How utterly buried in the deep sea of oblivion have been all those places and performances; through ail these lapsing years, how completely neglected and forsaken has been the very Continent wherein these things transpired ! But after this sleep of ages, we are to witness the awakening. Yes ; Africa’s time has again come, made possible through the indefatigable labor of many in these last years, the greatest of whom is H. M Stanley. In this last account of his latest work there is unfolded such a tale of resolute purpose, unbaked, alway aggressive, uncompromising, march ing straight to the goal of its realiza tion ; while agaiDe* this solid back ground of honest endeavor and unswerving faithfulness to an accepted trust, are cast the details of trial privation, suffering, death, the details of unexpected discovery, the accurate mapping of a hitherto unknown country, descriptive passages of a fathomless forest, or a lovely scene from the high altitudes of the Lake region, or, of Ruwenzori, the fabled Mountains of the Moon, all these and much more are reflected with such grand simplicity and so saturated with the intensity of truth that the reader is enchained in the beginning and not released till the end, aud only then with a sigh of regret that he oould not go on forever. Mr. Stanley’s style possesses a directness and majesty which betray his great love of the Bible and his admiration of Carlyle. His is a personality without which, the last quarter of the nineteenth century would scarcely be what it is. This narrative of the Relief Expedition contains, besides actual information and other characteristics to which reference was made a moment ago, lessons of encouragement to those whose creed is fidelity to con scientious resolve, lessons of firmness, of patience, of high morality, and of a deep and practical religion. The book is entirely free from egotism ; a danger to which any book of like-character must necessarily be subject The fact that the reader finds himself a worshiper with Stanley as the hero will not contradict that idea. Stanley has a very impersonal style, and while it is evident enough that he prefers his own plans and conclusions, and is never for an instant tempted to re iieve himself by laying responsibility upon another, it never appears in any comparative way as exalting him self above others. The few instances in which he did defer to the judgments of others are sufficient proof that had Stanley followed his own impulses in all cases, the expedition would have had less suffering and calamity to report, especially would this have been true of the unfortunate “rear column;” A few years ago^ Stanley crossed the Continent of Africa from Zanzibar down the Lualaba and out the mouth of the Congo ; he has just now finished another such tour up the Congo, to the Aruwimi, up the latter as far as practicable, thence across to the Albert Lake, thence south again to Zanzibar. The most difficult part of this journey through the “ Great Forest ” was three times whether in any record of actual happenings there can be found a parallel to the sufferings endured during that two months’ march through the wilderness : Cannibals, poisoned arrows, and starvation mingled, paint a picture of heroism, patience and faith on the part of the White Chief and his black followers alike, which will excite the sympathy, admiration aud applause of men till the end of time. To an impartial reader, the disaster which well nigh annihilated the “rear column ’ in some mysterious manner is directly attributable to the Belgian officers of the Congo Free States and Tippu Tib. It is to be hoped that England will set on foot. a commission to push the matter to a source of responsibility. Th ese things weighed in the balance against the Governor of Equators as the development of subsequent events bas exhibited him and his followers, one is disposed to the opinion that the prize was not commensurate with the price. Abstractly considered, one can hardly see why the life or liberty of one man should be worth the sacrifice of the lives of more than three hundred others, white and black Not abstractly considered one can see how under some circumstances the life of one man may be worth that of a great number under other circumstances ; but those acquainted with th° incidents which transpired on the shores of Albert Nyanza in 1888 aud 1889, will scarcely think Emin Pasha such an one. It is pitiful, after such an expedition undertaken and performed, prompted by such noble impulses and sustained by such worthy means, that he who led the expedition and he to whom relief was, with such pain brought, should find themselves at the end of the long winter of endurance, scarcely more than enemies. Perhaps Stanley was firm and enacting ; it may be he did not sympathize with the Pasha’s inordinate love of science so far that he would stop the caravan at any and all times for the purpose of gathering specimens to stuff or preserve. All this may be true, yet oDe 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 as not to be touched by such self-denial in his behalf. We wonder that any man could be so indifferent, so apparently unmoved to auy generous sentiment There may be, no doubt are, griev ances, fancied or real because of which Emin feels justitted in his ungrateful behavior ; but to a non-partizan would be hard to imagine offences so flagrant as to neutralize the high minded perseverance and unflagging energy, which brought to Emin his only hope to gain safe transport to civilization. There will, of course, be Emin vindicators and Stanley upbraiders, but the words of the Great Chief at the banquet of Bagamoyo on his return will clearly enough indicate his personal feeling on this as on other subjects : “ * * as the world educates men to become indifferent to its praise or censure, as neither perfection or devotion ensures its favour, as mis fortune insures its contempt, success its envy or hate, and aa an individual may be won by sacritlce, but no individual possesses merit or could command fortune enough to win the admiration of all—the safest plan Is to seek the approval of one’s conscience * ” Very few will question that Mr. Stanley has always sought such approval. But we are, perhaps, restricting our view of the purposes and accomplishments of the expedition too much. Long after the immediate object has become a mere historical record, the expedition will be remembered in the civilizing influences it has produced upon those native tribes. What a civilizing power has Stanley been! What a precursor for the introduction of Christianity would such a man prove in lands such a; that. When he has passed through establishing his stations, how easy will follow peaceful and commercial communication with outside nations. Many of these tribes show themselves now capable of taking hold of the arts of civilizade n. Let them once be introduo- of the missionaries. No one who reads of the hospitality and industry end ready w it of the Lake people, can fail to see how quickly they could be Christianized after commercial relations are once established with outside nathms. This, it will be of served, would be reversing the usual order, but would it nett be the* moat economical, as well as the most successful; way? Would not greater results accrue in fewer years, with less sacrifice of life or expenditure of money ? If there is a better anti more rapid way of Christianizing the woild than is now emvloyed, let the experiment be tried in Africa. Stanley’s remarkable discovery of the mountains of the moon Ruwenzori—ami his description of the range makes a flue piece of literature. The book consists of two volumes, about 500 pages each, elaborately illustrated and provided with threo fine maps : Emin Pasha’s Province, the Great Forest, and a cross section of the Dark Continent, including the two former and much more. Appendices attached to each volume, consist of the Log Book of the rear column at Yatnbuya, Congratulations by Cable received at Zanzibar, Comparative table of Forest arid Grassland Languages, aud Itinierary of the journeys made in 1887, 1888, 1889, from the A-tlaritic to the Indian ocean. Not the least attractive feature of the work is the frontispiece to each volume, being portraits of Stanley ut different acres. They are fine steels. There seems to be only one feature omitted which could render the book more complete. Names of stations, rivers, tribes abounding, puzzle the reader strange to such combinations if consonants and ignorant of any rules of pronunciation. It would have been only a slightly added task for Mr. Stanley to spell out these pronunciations, or add some rules to guide one. It will be sometime before a book of like interest and value is given to the public. Sold by subscription. A. L. Bancroft & Co., State agents. David Heron agent for Yolo county. rn rn rn % v Wit and Wisdom ARE encouraged at the table when good food, well cooked and well seasoned, is served. “Schilling’s Best” spices and extracts tend to make the host proud and the guests happy, because they are among the most important essentials to a really perfect meal. BUSINESS LOCALS. Gkt your cigars at Hook Bros. HEIDER work. does th* best plumbing n23 Portraits On Installments A full line of ladies Oxford lace ties at the White House.    2t Pioneer Flour. Every sack guarnn-at ttpaulding’s.    * Humboldt Creamery Butter, some of the finest at Spaulding’s.    * OR REDUCED CASH PRICESI J. OTTNAT & CO., 325, 335> 333 Phelan Building, -- San Francisco, Cal. A gentleman’s smoke (for 5 cents), The Figaro at Spauiuiug's.    * HAVE JUST OPENED A — Hkider’8 flue stoves are greatly reduced in price. Call on him. * Miss Kate Zimmerman will sell you hate cheap. Call and see them. tf. A choice lot of hay for sale for 812 per ton, cash. 2w G. A. Bigelow. The Triple Alliance the best insur-ence in the State. Safe and sure, live or die.    * Branch Office in Woodland, Cal., STRENGTH is power. The more force is condensed, the more economical it becomes. “Schilling’s Best’’ Spices and Flavoring Extracts contain the greatest amount of strength and aroma in the most condensed form. They are, therefore, the Housekeeper’s Delight. Spt-otaRies at M. I Hues.* Murphy’s celebrated varnishes. Large stock of tents.    2w Sherbets, Roman Punches and Ice Cream at the Candy Kitchen west of Postoffice.    1    in If you want $400 go to J. A. Logun and ho will put you in the trip where you can get it.    * AT THE PACIFIC COAST LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. Orders can be left with Mrs. Otnott, Room 18, Byrns Hotel. And offer the FINEST WORK in India Ink, Crayon, Water Color and Pastel Portraits at veiy REASONABLE PRICES for the next SO Days Only J ©S* ALL WORK WARRANTED NEVER TO FADE. We mn make picture* from any Pnotograph, Tintype or Daguerreotype and never fail to reproduce a correct likeness. Don’t fail to eau soon and see our fine work which is exhibited at the PACIFIC COAST ABKARY ASSOCIATION and secure Illustrated Catalogue of our frames and different sizes of # Portraits Do not miss this chance of obtaining the very best work as this ofter is good for only THIRTY DAYS. “ Whar yer goiu’ wid dat dollar? ” Is© goin’ to de Gem Cash Store. “ Whar I git 13 pounds o’ granulated sugar, or 15 pounds of extry 4 C ’ fer it.” Do not forget the Triple Alliance. •T. A. Logan is still receiving applications and the work goes on. * Lust. Dr. Guiiii’n Improved Liter I* ll la. it These pills are the result of a lifetime study and practice of oue of tile best physicians our country lias ever known. They are ti combination of vegetable remedies so finely prepared and concentrated that it takes only one smalt pill fora dose. As they contain no mercury, and being coated with pure sugar by a new process, delicate ladies find pill taking now a pleasure. They never gripe or sicken, and will not interfere with your dally work. Sold at 25 cents a box by Gray A Sons. It. ll. It EA Al Kit. Be sure and take none but “Schilling’s Best.’’ On th© road between Woodland and D. P. Diggs’ place, a small nickel-plat-watcb, Centennial works, No. 423,704. Please leave at this office and receive reward. J. OTTNAT & CO., Chicago, 111. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.,    WOODLAND,    CAL. Sacrament of Baptism. The Sacrament and mode of baptism will be the subject of a lecture both morning and evening by the rector of St. Luke’s on next Sunday. The rn solemn rites of baptism will be administered at the morning service. 3t The New Discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors t ilk ing about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from personal ex-I>eri(Mio just ho w good a thing it is. If you have ever tried_lt, you are one of its staunch friends, because the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given u trial, Dr. King s New Discovery ever alter holds a place in the 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 every time or money refunded. Trial bottles fret tit Fond JU Lawton’s.    g Mrs. Windom, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury, is the possessor of a sofa which came from Washington’s headquarters at Valley Forge. R. II. Beamer, of Woodland, Yolo county, announces himself as a can didate for the member of Board of Equalization in this issue of the Imprint. Mr. Beamer is both honest and capable, thoroughly conversant with laud values throughout the State and has held many responsible posit long in Yolo county where his popularity is unbounded. If be receives the nomination of the Democratic party, he will make a winning fight, and if elected, a most efficient official.—Petaluma Imprint. Schilling's Best. Trial will tell how they excel. U n. Thomas F. Bayard, ex Secretary of State, made an address last week to the Alumni of Yale Colleg in which he said : “ Tax laws are passed which pilfer from the pock* t> book of every man, woman and child in the country ; legislation is proposed which attacks the integrity of tile currency, the veiy life-blood of the country, and yet no public cry of protest goes up, as it should go. It cannot be party politics when an American calls upon fellow-Amerieans to stand by the cause of honesty. If our Government is to be stable, effectual, the cure must be found and found it will be, in the intelligent honesty and moral liber of the rightly educated men. We must have the some self-ffacement, the same high sense of honor, and the same fidelity to trust in the legislator that we demand in he judge ; otherwise our Government will become a terrible and mercenary Iespotism.” A Cure fur Sick Headache. This distressing complaint is due to an inactive or sluggish liver with constipated bowels which deranges the stomach and disturbs the nervous system, causes dizziness an 1 an oppressive dull pain in the head, often so severe as to pjeveut all rest or sleep. One of Dr Glum s Improved Liver Pills will relieve you of all tile pain and misery and a few more doses will correct the liver and stomach and regulate tlie bowels. While these pills are small, easily taken, and mild and g< title in their action there is no medicine nude that will so effectually cure sick headache. 26 cents a box. Sold by Gray & Son, Kine t-aits to Order for $15.00. WE ARE PLEASED rpifAT OUR FRIENDS ARE PLEASED, I because we try to please them. We would also be pleased if our enemi< s would plea-e take notice tDat we would try to please them and would be pleased to see one and all. 8AVE YOUR MONEY BY BUYING GROCERIES, FRUiTS, VEGETABLES, Tinware, Glassware, Crockery, E c. OF US. Mountain and Valley Wood by Cord or Car Load. Hay and Feed. Our Prices are the Lowest! J. H. EATON d- SON, 5*. 4 Main Street, :    :    :    Woodland Mr. Leon Lemos, Merchant Tailor of San Francisco, will be in Woodland shortly. Anybody wishing to order a suit should leave his address at the office of this paper, as he cannot stay long in this town. Mr. Lemos has contracts with leading cloth houses to buy all their shorten is, called “ Remnants,” and makes suits to order, of stylish goods, well trimmed, and Qts guaranteed, for only $15 OO. * POLITICAL CARDS. ENCOURAGE CAPITAL — BY— ♦ EXHIBITING YOUR CAPABILITIES * —AT— The State Fair of18901 -TO BE HELD AT TA© engagement of Miss Fuller, eldest daughter of Chief Justice Fuller, to Hugh C. Wallace of Tacoma is announced. First Stem Perhaps you arc run down, can't eat, can’t sleep, can't think, can t do anything lo your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning,you are taking the first step into Nervous Prostration. \ ou need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition, surprising results follow the use ot this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy act ion. Try a bottle. Price So cents, at Pond A: Lawson’s Drug store. Theodore Tilton has been made master of an English lodge of Masons— the first time an American has been thus honored. Thousands of Dollars. A re spent every year by the people of this blate for worthless medicines for the cure of throat and lung dis< asea, when we know that lf they would only invest SI in SANTA ARIE the new California discovery for Consumption and kindred complaints, they would in this pleasant remedy find relief. It is recom mended by ministers, physicians and public sjieekers of the Golden State. Sold and guaranteed by Pond .t Lawson at SI a bottld three for 82.50. The most stubborn case ol catarrh will speedily succumb to CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE. Six months’ treatment for DL By mail 81.10.    3 [( Hndidatcs' Cards will lie inserted In the Daily and WEEKLY DEMOCRAT until the nominating conventions are held, for SIO payable in advance. I lie DEMOCRAT reaches a much larger 1.umber of voters than any other newspaper iii the county—the WEEKLY edition circulating largely among farmers and generally th oughout the county.] D I ST FOR r ATT O R N El V. C. M. HEAD Announces himself as a candidate for the Office of District Attorney ot Yolo County, subject to the ai tion of the Democratic County Convention* FOR ASSESSOR. JOHN W. WEAVER Announces himself as a Candidate for County Assessor, subject to tile decision 01 the Democratic < 'ounty ( onvention. FOR SHERIFF. J. H. MARTIN Announces himself as a candidate for Sheriff of Yolo county, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. FOR SUPERIOR F. E. BAKER judge: Will be a candidate tor the office of Judge of the Superior Court, ox Yolo County, subject to the action of the Democratic Convention. SACRAMENTO, SEPTEMBER gth to 20th. o- The counties that have enterprise enough to place their products in a competitive light are the localities that will attract capital for Investment. ^DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS*^ Fall not tote represented at the Annual Exposition of California’s Resources, OPEN AIR AMUSEMENTS FOR THE DAT. Grand Musical Concert for the Evening. -FOR WHICH LIBERATI’S FAMOUS MILITARY BAND (of 50 Selected Artists), OF NEW YORK, HAS BEEN ENGAGED. CHRISTOPHER GREEN, President. *%. Address the Secretary, EDWIN F. SMITH.    Jylldwlm FOR SUPERIOR J U DO E W, H. GRANT, of Woodland. Francis Murphy, duirng five months work in Town, has secured 27,000 signatures to the pledge. Mr. Balfour never reads newspapers, English or American, and isa firm believer in the desultory reading of books. We are authorized to announce that W. II. Grant, will be a candidate to; the office of .Superior Judge of Yolo County, subjeci to the action of the Democratic Nominating Convention. FOR COUNTY CLERK. J. 0. MAXWELL, of Woodland. FRANK HEIDER, Plumbing and Gas Fitting Jobbing and Tank Making. AGENT FOR- I! in k ten's Arnica Salve. The Bkst Salve    the world for    Cuts Bruises, Sor<‘s, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sorts. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain* C    ‘ Corns urid itll .Skin Eruptions, and positively Bores Piles, or no pay required. II is guaran t cd to give perfect satis'action, or money’ refunded. Price 26 cents per box. For sale by Pond dc Lawson    febl-ly Our Motto "A dollar’s worth for a dollar” Is the motto of Hood’s Sarsaparilla. This medicine Is a highly concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla and other well-known vegetable remedies, and Is pronounced by experts the strongest and best preparation of the kind yet produced. It owes its peculiar strength and medicinal merit to the fact that it is prepared by a Combination, Proportion, and Process Mr. and Mrs. Kendal are to reappear in this country next October in Pinero’s successful drama, The Squire. Au Absouitc Cure. The ORIGINAL A HI ETI NE OINTMENT Is only put up in large two-ounce tin boxes aud. Is an absolute cure of old sores, burnes, wounds, chapped hands, and all skin eruptions. Will positively cure all kinds of pile*. A .k it >r t be OitlGINA H JBI KIT) NE GIN T-MUNT. Hold by Pond A Lawson, al 26 cei.h n* i*box-by mail "ti cent*. Announces himself as a candidate for the office of ('ounty Clerk of Yolo County, subject to the action of the Democratic County Convention. FOR SHERIFF. L, B, ADAMS, of Grafton. Announces himself as aeand date for the office of Sheriff of Yolo County, subject to the action of the Democratic County Convention. FOR TREASURER. JOHN H. WRIGHT, of Woodland. Announces himself usa candidate for the office of County Treasurer, subject to the action of the Democratic County Convention. FOR ROADMASTER. GEORGE C. HOPKINS, of Madison, Announces himself as a candidate for the office of Road master of District No. 6, subject to the decision of tho Volo County Democratic Convention. PERFECT Its superior excellence proven in millions of home*-for more f ha* a quarter of a century, t is used by the United stales Government. Endorsed by the heads of the Great Universities as the Strongest Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime, or Alum, .Sold only in Cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. It BW YORK.    CHICAGO.    BT.    COPIS. Peculiar to Itself, discovered by tho proprietors of Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and known to no other medicine. Its prompt action on the blood removes all impurities, and cures scrofula, salt rheum, sores, boils, pimples, all humors, and all diseases or affectious arising from Impure blood or low state of the system. ‘‘I have taken Hood’s Sarsaparilla and find it to be the best blood purifier I have ever used.” Mrs. H. Fiild, Auburn, Cal. The Best Medicine. “ I have used six bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla for Indigestion. It has helped me a great deal. I think it is the best medicine for indigestion aud dyspepsia.” Mrs. N. A. Lauderdale, 198 North Fifth Street, San Jose, Cal. N. B. Be sure to get only Hood’s Sarsaparilla Bold by druggists, fl; ■!* for 15. Prepared only by C. L HOOD ii CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass, IOO Doses One Dollar Robert Cheatham of the Second North Carolina district is tho only colored man in the present Congree A Sine < ore fur Piles. Polling Piles are kno'-vn fey moisture like perspiration, causing intense Iteming when Warm. This form us well us Blind, Bleeding and protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosan-ko's l’ile Remedy, which ads directly on the parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays Itching and effects a permanent cure. 5(»c. Druggists or mail: trrea*Ise free. Dr. Bosauko, Piqua, O. 8«>,d by Gray A Son. FOR ASSESSOR. R. G. TADLOCK, of Madison. Announces himself as a candidate for the office ot County Assessor of Yolo Countv subject to the action of the Democratic County Convention. John I). Rockefeller, the Standard Oil king, was a newspaper reporter a quarter of a century ago. He picks up millions now as easily aa ho picked up items formerly The Best Impro?ement Eyer Made, —THE— Safety Gasoline Stoves i OO TO H. U.Prindle, Merchant Talior, OPERA BLOCK, G08 MAIN STREET, —    —    WOODLAND, FOR- CAL. -^Fashionable Clothing.*^ PRICES AS LOW AS ANY FIO-CLASS HOUSE. Gall and Examine His Goods. Satisfaction Guaranteed- The-:-Leading-:- Photographer Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, and all Paten business conducted for Moderate Fee*. $5,000    Reward    $5*000 For a better or more pleasant remedy for the cure of consumption, bronchial troubles, cough, croup and whooping cough than SANTA ABIE, tile California, king of consumption. Every bottle warranted. Ifyou would be cured of that disgusting disease, ca tar r ii, usee \ LIFORNI A CAT-R-CURE, 81 a Jar ; by mail 81 It). Santa .-.hie and Cat-it-Cure are sold and warranted by Pond A Lawson. Our Office is Opposite U. 8. Patent Orricx ■tori wt can secure patent In less time than the •'(Knot* from Washington. 108# d -md, I, drawing or photo., with descrip-' l<*'i    We adviso, if paten table or not, free of <rgc- Our fee not <iue till patent ie secured. A Pamphlet, “How to Obtain Patents,” with '•a tie* of actual, chonu> in your State, oounty, or o A'u, sent free. Address, Ct A.SNOW & CO. Or* Pa .-e©v Orncc, Waeninoton, ©. O. OF THE NO. 8 MONTGOMERY STREET, PACIFIC COAST. OPP. PALACE HOT KL AND MASONIC TEMPLE. INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHS. Best Cdbloets $5.00 Per Dozen. Life Size Crayons, $1o to $35, From Life or Copy VIEWS OF PACIFIC COAST Sdtviruv DEALER IN- JOHN A. BLACK! SA“:I0BES:W“1PS Harness, Eto. [Formerly of Knights Landing,]    ^REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.-#*, Now Of Woodland, Yolo Oounty, California / t ;