Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 25, 1890 · Page 3
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, July 25, 1890
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DISPATCH ASD DEMOCRAT. FKIHAY ..T.M.Y 2.-5,1800. tllllM'II >«>II«M* /-IIIHI?TIAN (;ii 'nKcTr -"i'ini.n; liniiTos, \j Fasloi. Hervieca every I .olds iliiy Hi 11 .v. JI and 7r. M. 8undny School at 9:-l.> A. M. T1BE3I1YTEKIAN OIII1UCII-I. X. WATKU- : I nirtii. pastor. Services uvpryf,-untl»y Hi II A. 5s. anil » p. M. Sunday School ill 12: IS. ' LOCAL SEWS. A Golden Wedding- at "Willits. One n[ the mont enjoyable o ->ilheriiigB j over held nt Willils was Hie golden wed-' cMng of Mr. Jhjvid Tiittlo and wife, of j that place, at Odd follow* Hull on last | Saturday night, Kor several day? Me.«- 1 dames Mnrl Ilneehtel, Hnhinson ana Vaughn wore busily engaged in aming- iiig for the brilliant all'air. The arrangements wero <pMictly mndo and the principals were not aware oi the surprise in store for thorn. At 8:30 o'clock on Saturday evening, Sir. W. I. Mice with violin and Miss Jlamie Vincent, with gii'ilnr, accompanied hv the Misses Smart, Hire, Waltrip and Bneehtel visited the Tullle residence as a pnrty of serenade™, and rendered "Home Sweet Home" in a pleasing manner. Mr. and Mrs. Tnl'lo soon appeared, and invited the serenaders to enter their home, when Mr. Mart Haeohlel stepped forward and informed tlioni that as their apartments wero not Riiffieinntly largo to entertain their many friends, the hall had boon prepared for the purpose, and invited them to accompany their friend.s to it. A beautiful bridal wreath and veil were pinned upon the bead of Mrs. Tut- tln, and the entire party marched to the the hall to the sweet strains of music. At the ball two chairs had been draped in mosses and flowers; the walls were beautifully decorated, and a great moss- covered bell was susponded with its golden tongue seemingly ready to peal forth a marriage strain. Mrs. Artie Smart played a wedding march and Hev. W. E. Head was solemnly awaiting to perform the marriage ceremony in these Words: Ladies and gentlemen, wo are gathered together here before these witnesses to join tocothcr this young and vigorous couple in the firm strong arms .of promise to live together fifty or more years if tiio Master wills, in the bonds of wedlock : provided, that no judge, nor other person^ not having the fear of man nor the love of woinun before his eyes separate them sooner. I require and char r e you both that if either of you know any trouble, impediment or grievance by which you might not ho lawfully so joined' together that yon do now speak out through your youth and bashfulncss, or before you pass many more fifty year milestones you may seriously reirrot it. If anyone can give any lawful or reasonable reason why this fair young coupie be not married, now speak out, or ior- evor horeafter hold your glib. Will you have this fair maiden to be 'your wedded wile, provided sue bakes your biscuits hrown, Bews your buttons on tho right side and don't snore until you pass a fifty years of trials and pleasures, troubles and joys. You are to love her as hard as she will allow, honor her all she will endure until the ond, or until the judge of some malicious court absolves lior from you. Ans. I will. • Will you lake this boy to bn your hus- bnnd, to BOW for him, to hake his biscuits done, to cherish his memory if he snores like the raging of wild thunders let loose, provided some judge or other fellow does not absolve yon from these bonds for the next five decodes. Ana. 1 won't, or will. By tho authority vested in mo, the Constitution of tho United States, tho Berlin treaty, the Chinese Exclusion Act, ond the man in tho moon, [ pronounce you duly and well married until tho ripening of the potato crop in 1SM0, or tho blest day foretold by Bellamy, when all men will be ablo to have one wife, one homo and one day out of jscven to Bnoro in. The ceremony elicited much laughter. The many friends then 'clustered around tho happy couplo and vied with each other in tendering their congratulations. Mr. Mart Paechtel was thon announced, and made a very appropiiate and pleasing address, closing it by presenting the happy couplo a largo family Bible from Capt. .J. A. Morgan and the IJlosser Bros., a beautiful wedding cake presented by Mr. and Mrs. (j. A. Smart, and (hen, ^reaching iiito his pocket he drew forth fifty dollars in gold contributed by our •citizens and placed it in Mr. Tuttle's hand. Mr. PhiloG.'futile then followed in some timely and appropiiate remarks in behalf of his parents and relatives. Then Misses Lizzie Haechtcl and Grace •imart sung in an artistic manner, " Silver Threads Among the Gold," followed by a duct by Mrs. G. A. Smart and Miss Lizzie Ilaeehtol entitled " Beautiful Moonlight." Later in the evening, after cake and lemonade had been served, Messrs. Rice and Baechtol and Misses Estrella Rice, Lizzie Baechtol, Grace and Ora Smart, Mamie Vincent and Lizzie Waltrip sang several pieces to the delight and edification of iiie large audience. Their children present were I\ G. Tult)« snd wife, O. M. Tuttlo and wife, Joseph M. and L. B. Tuttlo, Mrs. J. D. Ward and MisB Laura A. Tuttlo. Nine grandchildren also enjoyed tho happy event. Tho entertainment was very enjoyable and will bo long remembered by the people of this community. B. WUllts, July 21, 1890. City Trustees. The Board of City Trustees met in regular session at the City Hall on Mondav evening, July 21, 1M0. Present—J. II. Seawell, President; G, W. Parker, L. T. Day and ,f. It. Johnson, Members, and II. Morris, Clorki The minutes of the last meeting wero read and approved. The following bills were allowed: Wm Southard, Janitor's fees, otc i h Bond, medical services J Tl'erncy,labor S Iflnk, labor J J Millar, sprinkling and lumber Juo Milne, labor E C Ward, labor on bridge- Q A Overineyer, bridge work tt W Weils, paliitioKiilKa Uklali Water Co, water Wm Yoknm, ari*'Bt«, etc. On motion tho ollice of Nlghtwotchmmi was declared vacant and A, B. Montgomery was elected to (111 tho vacancy. On motion it was ordered that the Clerk write up tho Ordinances. Whereupon the Bonn! adjourned. Sacred Heart Convent. | 3 75 1 60 •i 00 a oo 7 oo A til • S 00 •1 60 1 50 15 HI 79 50 The next term of school at Snored Heart, Convent Ukiah, will open the first. Monday In Soptomher. Kor prices of tuition, hoard, etc., address or. apply to the Mother Superior. itt iiothing can oxi'hed the delightful, ro- ireshltig effect of a tilaas of Jamison's Siberian Arctic Sodu, ( Parker, Mendocino County's Jeweler. * A. B. Montgomery is our new Night- watchman. Remember and get good tea at the Graml Tea Store. * Mrs. S. C. Hastings went over to Lakeport on Monday. I'\m SAI.U—Two buggies. Knquire at Dr. Mitchell"* ollice. * CHIOKRNK WASTKD— 730, two-thirds grown. \V. A. Hoffman. -i-' 1 Dry wood for sale ut 12.50 per cord, delivered. Impure of L. Gobbi. 2t The Commercial Restaurant, on Shite street, closed up business on Tuesday. Mr. II. Woods, of Napa, contomplates starting a livery stable at Point Arena. M. J. C. Gnlvin, of Gualala, was in Ukiah on business the first of tho week. Judge McGarvey and daughter, Miss Sallio, went ovor to Point Arena on Sunday. . Camp-meeting begins at Bethol Ground to-day. It will continue for two weeks. Dr. Bond informs ns ihoro is a great deal of pneumonia in this vicinity ut present. J. K. Scoggins is ablo to be around again, after a couplo of weeks of snoozing, etc Tho annual mountain (ires have begun and at times clouds of smoke hang over the valley. Mrs. Kate Sweasv and Miss Hattie Standlifild spent last week visiting in Point Arena. Mrs. T. Iteevos and daughter went to San Francisco last Friday to be absent for some time. Loss of appetite may oftou bo caused by insipid food. Buy fresh groceries at the Comer Grocery. 40 Mrs. Berta Heald returned to San Francisco last Sunday, after spending a few days with friendB in Ukiah. Dr. W. N. Moore went to San Francisco on Wednesday for ti short visit. He will probably return to-day. Tho purest materials and finest flavors are used by Geo. Jamison in the manufacture of his delicious Sods. J Cow WANTED—To buy or rent, that will givo from two to three gallons oi milk per day. W. A. Hoffman. < 3 Tho work of painting the court house is ncaring completion, ond has greatly improved the appearance of the building. Joo Jacobs' Shaving Parlors is the best place in town to get a shave. hair cut, shampoo or anything else in thetonsorial line. * Tho Native Sons are talking of an excursion to Ukiah during the Admission Day celebration at San Francisco in September. Rev. W. T. Flecnor will preach at tho Baptist church in Ukiah next Sundav at 11 A. M. and S.lo v. M. All are cordially invited. A team belonging to O. Wiseman, proprietor of the Blue Lakes hotel, was attached on Wednesday to satisfy a claim of W. A. Hoffman's. This week we have had about our first tssto of genuine summer weather. The moccury has been very familiar with the hundred degrees for several days. Tho new ferryboat "Ukiah" will be ready for service about the first of September. AVliat will Ukiah do in the matter of providing a set of colors for its namesake? We had a pleasant call last Monday from II. W. Smith, of Hoaldsburg. Mr. Smith was a resident of Pottor Valley many years ago, and is well and favorably known by many of tho old residents. Wo learn from tho S. F. Call that A. J. Moiwint left last Tuesday on a business trip to Central America. Mr. Moisant was formerly a merchant at Westport, in this county, and is a rustler from way back. The Ukiah and Hydesville overland stago ran off tho grado east of Bridgeville, Humboldt county, InBt Saturday morning. The driver and horses oscapod uninjured, but tho wagon was smashed up considerably. Fino stock ranch of 1000 acres, near Ukiah, well located on county road, good house and barn and other improvements. Land first-class; range will keep 1000 sheop'or 200 cattle. Price $4000. Inquire of W. P. Thomas. «« II. W. Smith, of Healdsburg has purchased the right for Mendocino county of the famous Challenge Churn Power, and will commence a tour of the county for the purpose of .selling the same aboht tho 1st of August. tf The Prohibition County Convention meets nl Mendocino to-day, to nominate a full county ticket, etc. Several of the candidates of the old parties are uncertain whether an endorsement is desirable. None of thorn are seeking it, that 's sure. W. II. Snell and family left this week for;,.Long Valley, where they intend taking up their residence. We aro sorry to lose Billy from our midst, for during his residence here he has proved himself to be a first -closB gentleman and H good citizen. In publishing the list of Democratic nominations In Lake county last week wo neglected to mention tho nominee for Treasurer. It. V. S. Quigley was re­ nominated for that office by acclamation. "Undo Bob" is n whool -horse in the PHity and will add atrenglh to the entire ticket. Tho HUCCOSS of tho tar and oil reduction works Is more than was expected. Largo amounts of oil are bolng extracted from tho hard woods, and tar from the softer growths. The works are now running day and night and the proprietors think they have struck a bonanza. "Point Arena Record. County Recorder Alhortson rocordod this week the decree of distribution In tho ostate of J. C. Flood, deceased. It tilled thirty closely written pages of tho record book. The estate has large property interests in the northern part of Mendocino county, hence the necessity of recording the decree hero. Having successfully passod the recent Grammar Grade examination in the public school hero, Misses Joanna Tobin and Mol'lle K, Norton will onter the Normal school at San Joao 'in September noxt. Principal tireonwrtl! is dr,«jrvi»g of much credit for tho manner in which ho bus advanced tho pupils and placed our Hchnol-i in the foremost rank" of learn ng.— Beacon. PROSPEROUS SOCIETIES. Partial I*int of th a Fraternal and Benevolent. Orders ip. TJkiah. Bolow will bo found a partial list of the fraternal and benevolent orders in Ukiah, the number of members, chief officers, timo of meeting and date of organization. Wo have been unable to get a comploto list, and any that are not mentioned are assured that it is simply becauso wo have failed to seo any one who could give us tho necessary information. The oldest and strongest lodge in Ukloh is Abell, No. 140, F. & A. M. It was instituted in May. 1801, and now numbers 105 on its roll of membership. This lodge owns a substantial two-story building on the corner of Perkins and School streets, the upper story of which is occupied as a lodge room, while in the lower story II. 11. Mitchell, dentist, J. M. Man-; non, attorney at law, Wm. Van Allen, real estate agent, and tho DWPATCII- PEMOCKAT have offices. Meolings are held on or before tho Saturday before the first full moon each month. W. J. Bniloy is the W. M.. and W.T. Kirkwood, Secretary. O. II. P. Brown is the only surviving charier member now residing in Ukiah. Tho Order of tho Kastern Star was instituted in Tkia!) about live years ago and now has a membership in the neighborhood of CO. Wm. lsbell is the W. P., Mrs. S. W. Haskott, W. M., and Mrs. Alice M. Barker, Secretary. Meetings are held in tho Masonic Hall on the first and third Monday ovonings of each month. Ukiah Lodge, No. 174, I. O. O. F. has 70 mombersand meets every Friday evening. M. Ncwfield is the N. G., and J. II. Lando, Secretary. This lodge was organized July 20, 1870, and has had a very prosperous career. It owns a fine brick building on State street and has a well appointed.lodge room npsta'rs, which is occupied almoBt every evening of the week by some one of the many secret societies in the town. Ukiah Lodge, N A. O. U. W., is another of tho worthy orders that has a strong membership in this place. This lodge was organized May 14th, 1878, and at present has 03 members. Meetings are held every Thursday evening in the Odd Fellows Hall. N. Anker is tho M. W.. and Wm. Van Allen, Recorder. The Chosen Friends have one of the largest Councils in Ukiah to bo found in any town of this size. Ukiah Council, No. 45, O. C. F., was organized Aug. 27, 18^3. and the present membership is 84. W. E. King is the C. C, and C. II. Duncan, Secretary. Regular meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday evenings of each month in the Odd Follows Hull. Ukiah Council, No. 4R6, American Legion of Honor, was organized March 2(5, 1881. The regular meeting nights are the second and fourth Mondays of of each month. There are 25 members. J. H. Seawell is tho Commander and S. II. Rice, Secretary. Ukiah Parlor, No. 71, Native Sons of tho Golden West, was instituted October 22, 1885, and now has 30 members. II. B. Smith is President and C. II. Duncan, Socrotarv. The Parlor meets every Mon day evening in the Odd Fellows Hall. Hiawatha Parlor, No. 47, Native [laugh­ ters of the Golden West, was instituted April 5, 1890. There are 20 members and they meet on the third Saturday evening of each month in Odd Fellows Hall. Mrs. G. W. Bradley is President and Miss Flora Bailey, Secretary. Kearsarge Post, No. 119, G. A. R., was organized May 20, 1886, and now has 20 members in good standing. Regular meetings are held in the Odd Fellows Hall on the third Wednesday of each month. A. S. Bailey is tho Commander, and S. D. Paxton, Adjutant. Kearsarge W. K. C, No: 04, was organized May 29. 1889, and now has 20 members. The Corps meets in Odd Fellows Hall on tho second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month. The present officers are: Mrs. Alice Barker, President; Mrs. Lena Wholan, S. V. P.; Mrs. Sophia Hoffman, J. V. P.; Mis. Mary E. P. McCowen.Treas.; Mrs. Sarah Leo, Chap.; Mrs. Mnttio Mannon, Sec.; Mrs. Addie Ames, Con.; M>N. Emma Southard, G.; Miss Eva Curtis, Asst. Con.; Mrs. Mollie McPeak, Asst. G. [Others will appear next week.] WUUts "Are the People." Last Saturday tho Ukiah and Hopland clubs mot for tho fourth time this season and the home team had an easy victory, the score Btanding; lit) to 17. Tho following day the Will its boys camo down and played in tho afternoon. Flushed with the success of the day before and having already beaten the Willits club once, tho Ukiaha evidently thought they had a "soft racket," judging from the careless way in which some of thorn played. The visitors took the lead from the start and maintained it throughout the game. Every time the home team had tin opportunity of catching up, a muffed fly, a wild throw or an inexcuBablo fumbling of the ball on first dissipated all hopes of their frionds. The score, 24 to 28, was no particular credit to either club. The following is the score by innings: VKIAK VS. IIOI'UKD, Ukia'u 2 1 0 ti 5 10 6 10 Hopland 3 2' 5 2 0 J 1 I! I'KIAH VS. LITTLX.I.AKK. Utile Lake S 2 0 0 (, \ 6 Ukiah 4 10 1114 Rev. father MoQlynn. •—30 0—17 2-28 4-24 Last Friday's register at tho Grand Hotel bears the signatures of "E. McGlynn, Now York," and "Miss M. C. MoGlynn, San Francisco." The first entry is tho signature of no less a porson- age thon the Rev. Father MoGlynn, the distinguished Catholic priest who was excommunicated by the Popo some two years ago for the liberal doctrines he advanced and the active part ho was taking in politics. Miss MoGlynn is his niece and a sister of Peter J. McGiynn, General Passenger anil Tlckei Agent of the b. F. and N. i\ It. It. Father McGiynn is visiting the coast for a much needed recreation and nays ho is eujoying himself. His health ban been much Improved. On Wednesday he and his niece visited Blue Lakes and to-day ihuy leave for San Francisco. Notice to Milk Customer*. On and after tho first day of August all our milk bills must be paid within thirty days, unless previous contracts have been mode. ?W. SllATTUCK BSOB. LOCH wEWS. j Rope headquarters—W. A. Hoffman's, j McDonald 's is tho boat hotel in West- I port. ""» j Senator A. Yell went to San Francisco j on Wednssduy. i Siberian Arctic So la—best quality—at Geo. Jamison's. } i Fresh hud at Edwards Bros, at 50 j cents to * 1 a can. r > j Lcrge sbipmenis of tuubark are being | made from this place. ; J. B. Benton, of Cahlo, made us a | pleasant call last Saturday. We had a pleasant call lust Saturday from A. Kuss of Greenwood The Corner Grorery for the choicest fresh groceries »l the lowest, prices. * u Two furnished rooms to rent at foot of Perkins Street, near depot. Enquire at the premises. to Ice cream daily by the gallon, pint or dish at Ed. Goilsdori's City Bakery and Confectionery. H3-lf B. S. Hirsch, of the Grand Hotel, returned from a couple of weeks' San Francisco on Wednesday. Rev. Mr. Shelton, of I.akeport, will occupy the pulpit at the Christian Church in this place next Sunday. Rev. Father Sullivan, oi Redwood City, formerly of Mendocino City, bus been spending a few days in Ukiah. The bargain seeker brings up at the Corner Grocery fit last. He has to, you know, to get bargains in groceries. 4" The Santa Rosa Republican says that Judge and Mrs. S. K. Dougherty, of that cii,v, s;-a rusticating in Mendocino county. The W. C. T. U. of Mendocino county will hold a county convention at Mendocino City on the 5th, 0th and 7th of September. Clark Bailey has been engaged to leach the public school in Mitchell i.'is- trict near Caspar, and left on Saturday for that place. "When the warm days of summer come, gentle Annio," ask vour fellow to treat yon to some Ice Cream Soda, at Geo. Jamison's. % Miss Clara Hogshead, who ha:? beeu spending her vacation in Ukiah, returned to her school at Boonvilo and resumed work last Monday. There is a first-class opening for n milliner and dressmaker at Greenwood. A suitable store can be rented. For particulars apply at. this ollice. * Rev. J. C. Keith was unable to fill the appointment at the ilie Christian Church last Sunday, but will endeavor lo preach here on Sunday, August 3d. The report of the Sun Francisco iv. North Pnciflu Railway shows an increase of $4000 during the 4th of July holidays over the same period last year. Six hundred mutton sheep from Round Valley wero shipped from this place on Tuesday. They wero part of the 3000 recently purchased in that vicinity by a gentleman named Phillips. W. B. Griggs, who had charge of Saratoga Springs last summer, has returned to Santa Rosa from Portland, Oregon, and will take charge of the Pacific Methodist College boarding house about August 1st. •At last accounts the Chalfant-Mitchel! camping party were at Susanville, Lassen county. The members of the party were enjoying the trip hugoly, and in the matter oi health wero reaping much benefit from it. Mr. J. B. Morse, of Bertha, Lake county, called at the DISPATCH office last Saturday and informed us that he had that morntng picked up a shipwrecked campiug party from Oakland at Clove- land's Mill. He landed them safely in Ukiah. John Ginochio returned the latter part of last week from a. visit to Adams Springs, Lake county. The many friends of Mr. Ginochio will be pleased to learn that this needed recreation from his arduous mental and physical duties has had a very beneficial effect. Lust Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Jamison were tendered a banquet by the Native Sons and Native Daughters of Ukiah at Odd Fellows Hall. The affair was attended by almost the entire membership of both orders, who took great interest in doing honor to their esteemed brother and sister. Miss Fannio Forsyth, who is well known by many of our readers, died at Mark West, Sonoma county, on Tuesday, after an illness of ten days. The do- ceased was t wnmy-three years of age and a school teacher by profession. She has taught in a number of schools in Sonoma and this county, and prior to her illness had been elected to teach one of the grades in the Cloverdalo school. A German named H. W. R. Gonsoh and a lot of bad whisky made considerable trouble for the town Marshal and Constable Carothers last Saturday night. Gensch and his load of whisky were landed in tho "cooler," however, but during the night managed to break iail. Noxt morning Uensdl nas again captured and put under lock the second time. Monday he paid Justice Poage $25 for his fino. Tho following officers of Ukiah Parlor, No. "1, N. S. G. W., hiivo boon installed for tho ensuing term: President, H. B. Smith; 1st Vice-President, A. W. King; 2d Vice-President, Bon (.'erf; 3d Vice- President, D. L. Cook ; Recording Secretary, C. H. Dt)ncnn; Financial Secretory, W.E.King; Treasurer, 8. J. Holliday; Marshal, Ohas. Cunningham; Outside Sentinel, M. L. Gibson; Inside Sentinel, G. W. Rector. H. B. Muir and W. I. Rico, of Willits, were in town on Tuesday on business connected wjt|) the establishment of a telegraph or telephone line between t 'kiah and Willits. Tho necessity of such anaccommodiition is badly fell by tho people of Willits and vicinity. If favorable terms can be obtiijiiod the old Western Union telegraph line along tho county road between t 'kiah and Cloverdale will be purchased and plaeod between Ukiah and Willits. On tho south bound freight of the 22d, botween El Roblos and Hopland, when the train was running at. a speed of about miles an hour, Conductor J. W. Hunter, who, by the way in n baseball teaip himself, saw a ijiitiii nnii. hi- s ulvo for his base, which wus on tho rear end of the caboose. Tho intent was to catch jt on the liy, wh|ch Hunter did, without harm to the bird, which is now on ex!*. bViou at the office of the UkAnh depot. A VERY CLOSE RACE! But the Great CORNER GROCERY: Wins every GOOD We beat all competitors in..the race for GrOOIDS J^-ID LOW PRICES. the Follow the crowd and you will come to us. for the crowd ia with us. We keep constantly on hand finest Stock of GROCERIES to be found in Mendocino County, Rest Selected Provisions, Green and Dried Fruits. We lead in Potatoes. Flour and Feed, etc. CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE CORNER GROCERY, - - J. E. SCOGGINS, Prop., Corner Standley and School Streets, UKIAH CITY, CAL. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Louisa M. Weller, beloved wife of E. Welter, of Ukiah valley, died last Saturday. Deceased wan horn in lllinain in 1S2(>, and came to California from Iowa in lRfif!. She leaves a husband and sii: children—two boys and four girls—to mourn her loss. Tho sympathy of the community goes out to tho family in its sad bereavnient. The following ofliccrs of West Coast Encampment, No. 't0, I. O. O. were installed Thursday evening: C. P., I.. II. Bilher; II. K,A. it. Calder: S. W., Ceo. Tiowman; J. W,, Tom Kichards; Scribe, J. O'Dounell; Treas., E. W. Blair.— Beacon. f.. F. Shoemaker, a special timber BEeni, from San Francisco, died at. the t'kiah House at 5 o 'clock A. M. on Wednesday. His wife arrived on the train the same day. The remains were whipped to his home for interment on Thursday. The deiii.h of William Iliggbin of Ukiah valley, which occurred last Thursday, wan a shock to his many friends. He leaves a wiie a several children, who in their sad bereavement have the sympathy of the community. 11. B. Seavy and family left for their home in Mendocino yesterday morninir, after visiting in Ukiah about two week*?. The day before he left Mr. .Seavy disposed of his line buK|2 .v horse to a party from San Francisco for .fPiiX). The Sacramento J'ecord-Uninn of last Saturday says: "Tho first halo of hops of the season were shipped to Lilienlha) & Co., San Francifjco, yesterday. They wore crown by 11. J. Merkley, and were of fine quality." J. Wattenbereer and F. Si. Nan Dyke oi Covelo, passed through town last Saturday en route homo. They had been down in Sonoma county purchasing sheep. County Treasurer Gibson, Kev. T. A. Atkinson, Chas. Poage and T. V. Smith returned the latter part of last week from a hunt of several days and a fow deer. Last Friday's dispatches announced the appointment of T. J. Hughes as postmaster at the State Prison at Folsoin, vico W, W. Cunningham, resigned. W. R. Day, » member of the city council of San Diego, arrived In Ukiah on Monday and will spend several weeks in this vicinity. Mrs. ,T. A. Coopor is enjoying a visit from her sisters Mrs. G. McNab, of San Francisco, and Miss Davidson, of Pela- lunin. II. H. Matlock, the well known auctioneer, will spend the next two weeks in Ukiah for the benefit of his health and purse. A new cfvnp has boon atarted on the Noyo river about two miles from town in charge of Mr. Rickard, to got out spiles. W. S. M. Wright and wiie, of Santa Rosa, passod through town Wednesday on thei: way to Saratoga Springs. It. II. Kawles snd wife, of Anderson Valley, spent a couplo oi dayn in Ukiah the first oi tho week. Land for «nle in lots to *uU pufi , lia.«er, on easy te 'ins. Inquire of \V. J. Hildreth, Ukiah Valley. w For best menta at most reasonable rates don't fail to find Sauford Jc -nn's butcher shop. ;[ i Jarvis .fowett, a well-known insurnnco agent of San Francisco, was doing L'kjah on Tuesday. Time is money. Huy a watch of King and you will have timo. Sext door to postoflico. 31 Miss Nettie Paddleford, of Mendocino, was registered at the Grand Hotel on Monday. Mrs. Dr. W. P. Burko, of Napa, Is making a professional visit to Bachelor Vallnv, A'. L, Whlttsn, of Peltiluma, was interviewing our business men tho first of the week. .1. M- Saufloy, a well -known politician of San Francisco, was in town last Sunday. 'O. \V. Heap, proprietor oi the Canyon Sawmills, wag in town hist Saturday. Harry Forso, of Ueysorville, was in town the latter part of the week. W, V, Piumnier, of the Novo I.umbor Co., was in Ukiah yostordity. John Burton, of Blue Lakes, visited Ukiah the iirat of the week. K. W, Thatcher, of Sanel, WRB among our visitor* last Tuesday. Mrs. Darling, of Covelo, went to San Francisco on Tuesday. Mackerol in bulk or by tbe pjoee at the Grand Tea 8tere. * G. A. Smart, of Will;**, wag in (own loiit Sunday. Everything hongbt and Mid at W-4) A Very Sad Accident. A sad accident, resulting in the death of Mrs. Chad. Kimball, occurred near Westport on Wednesday of laBt week. Mrs. Kimball and Miss Maud Stevens were driving in a cart to Mr. Kimball's claim in Jocksnn Valley, and wh?n within a short distanco of their destination the horxn suddenly shied, upsetting the cart, and throwing the occupants violently to the ground. Mrs. Kimball was thrown against a stump and rebounding came in contact with a log. She sustained injuries from which she died in a few hours. It v&» thought at first that Miss Stevens was fatally injured, but she ia now on a fair way to recovery. She was badly cut about the face and head. Deceased was well known anil highly esteemed in this county, and a large circle of admiring friends will be pained to hear of her untimely death. A husband and three children—Mrs. O. T. Malcom, of Fort tiragg, Frank Gorman, of Mendocino, and Mrs. (}. P. Wilder, of Honolulu—mourn her loss. The interment took place in the cemetery at Fort Bragg last Friday afternoon. Battle of Gettysburg*. The Panorama of tho "Battle of Gettysburg" and museum, corner' Market and 10th streets, San Francisco, has on exhibition a wonderful and vivid representation of the great decisive battle of the Civil War, Gettysburg. There is nothing in it that can offend the most sensitive feelings, but brings out the grand and worthy deeds of valor on both sides. The museum of live animals, electricity, Mr. Edison's wonderful phonograph, (talkingmachine), revolving lights, etc., etc., aud nightly magic lantern entertainments ploaso'all and cost nothing addition? al to panorama patrons. We would not misssoeing it when in San Francisco, under any consideration. Hops and Wool. Hop growers of Sonoma county refuge to make contracts at 18 cents a pound. The S.'F. Vail in its weekly report says: "Wool rules dull, but there is no decline, aB holders of good wools are in no hurry to let go, and expect a steadier market by and by. Hops have gone up again. In tho local market 20 cents has been paid for 188!) hops for brewing, and dealers say the same figure could be obtained for 1890's were growers disposed to except it. Indeed, 20 cents has already been paid in several in-' stances, anr'free bids of 18>< cents aie made, hut most growers refuse to sell. Tho foreign crops are reported looking poorly, whilo the Pacific Coast crop IB large and fine. ASSIGNEE'S SALE I By Auction of Over $10,000 Worth of Flue Silverware, Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Etc. Will be sold «t auction, commencing Saturday, July 116, 1800, in store room formerly occupied by I'oat Qlfice. Sale hours at 2 and 7 o'clock, c. si., of each day. Tho afternoon snleB aro especially for ladios. Every lady who attends the sale prompt at 2 o'clock wijl receive a ticket entitling her to participate in the fair distribution of fivo elegant presents. Remember this costs yon nothing but your prompt attendance, and in the evenings adults will q|sq receive presents! this is dona in Older to have a prompt attendance, This stock constBtfl of everything bs- longing to a first class jowelery store, and has been consigned to II. II. Matlock, to be Bold to tho highest bidder regardlew of cost. The stock is firft-elass in evf >ry respect and is worthy of the patronage of everyone wishing to purchase tirst -cluss Notice. As I will be absent for sonio timo, I have left my books and accounts with J. J. Morrison, who is authorized to collect all bills due mo. S3 W. T, WJHTTON, Bow to Save Honey. Buy your Shoes from S*IFookei Get him to repair your old ones 11 Qet a pair ot his own make Boots, $011! A deed of trust was filed for record yesterday from the North California Redwood Co., limited, oi New York, to the Central Trust Co., also of New York, The properly conveyed consistent 13,773.82 acres of timber land |r» Del Norte county aodalnoaU timber land that may here- qiler ba acquired in Humboldt county, The deed ia given to secure Aral mortgage bondholders, of which- first, mortgage bonda 600 bffve been issued by the company each, of the valu« of »1000 and bearing intereai at A per ceat per *nuuyi,-» ' Point Arena Notes. The steamer Coos Bay did not arrive yesterday until nearly noon, owing to head winds. Mrs. Kate Sweeney and Miss Hattie Standfield, of Ukiah, are visiting friends at the Grand Hotel. Mrs. Flora Cartmell, of Greenwood, has accepted a poslion in our public school. Mrs. J. M.. Standley is visiting friends in town. C. C. Collins, now of Washington but formerly of Manchester, is down on a visit. The Dunhams, Crockers and Owens, well-known society people of Oakland and San Francisco, were at the Point Arena Hotel yesterday en route to Ten Mile Camp, where they intend to have a two weeks outing. They wero fully equipped snd a general good time WHS anticipated. It is rumored that a now livery stable will be opened shortly. Mr. Stewart, the genial piano tuner, is making his usual rounds, accompanied this time by his family. Mr. Wm. Mct'aul has gone to Fort Bragg. He will soon bo joined by h 8 family. Miss S. Smith took her sister Mattie to San Francisco for treatment, on Saturday's boat. Tho 1. O. O. F. public installation of otlifcrs *as well attended on Friday evening, all the elite of town being present. After tno impressive ceremony of installation was finished, most of the assembled party adjourned to the music hall and in the merry, nincy dance forgot all elae until the wee small hours. Good Methodists and good Presbyterians saw nothing harmful in this pleasant dancing and smilingly participated with their friends. All the farmers are busy haying. Miss Nettle Hoam and Miss Mahoney came home on the last boat. Kollerville looks fine, and all are wondering why the Garcia Mill Oo. are spending so much money painting and improving the residences there. What does it mean ? ,T. Wooden, superintendent of Roller- ville, has moved his family out to Garcia mill. L. ALLEN. Point Arena, July 19, 1800. Infernal Ingennlty Could scarcely dovl«o more excrucUttng tortures thnu those nl wblch you lee the evidence;) hi the face of a rheumatic or neuralgic sufferer. The Rgoutes arc the consequence of not checking ft rlicumntic or neuralgic attack at the outset, llnstetter's Stomach Bitters ban been found by «MUfui medical practitioners to possess not only remedlol, but defensive efficacy, wherp thos-e diseases exl?t, or a teudency to tbem la exhibited. Surely this pulasantbut safebotauic medicine, bi-uring, too, such h!f$h specific sanction, 18 better than tbe poisons often employed, but most unsafe, not only in continuance, in Isoltttt-d doses. Tbe blood Is depurat­ ed thoroughly from the rheumatic virus and the nervefl.nltiihtly tmpursed upon, saved Irom ' t ultimate and direful throcK hy this bsnijfs, " saving medicine, which likewise exhibits marked ciheacy for molnris, kidney complaints, dyspepsia, constipation and liver complaint. " NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A. BASCH, STATE STREET, UKIAH, CAX. •W-Fashlonablo Suits Moat Reasonable Prices. at the Perfect Fit Guaranteed Notice to Bridge Builders. IN THE MATTER OF BIDS TO BUILD A L Bridge across Anderson Creek; Notice is hereby glvcn|thaCWdi Sor building a hridge ficrosK Anderson Creek, in Andcrsou, Komi District, lainiliariy called Boouvillu hridse, a\ the site of the old bridge on tho Cloverdale road, will be received op lo the Fifth day of August, l»90 s H! 9 o'clock, A . ir., on which day HiUd bids shall i»e opened Hnd considered. It is further ordered that each bid be accompanied bv plans, specifications, strain sheets: aud working details thereof; and that notice he upon which said bids are" to beoiiwird ^ •uK 0 " 1 * 1 RE " , ' RVE * LHE RF K HT to reject' any and... SAM D. PAXTON. Cleric. Pottor Valley Board of Trustees. Editor DISPATCH-LICWOCH AT. — The Boitnl of Trustees ot'llie Town of Potter Valley convened .July 31, ISM tor the purpose of tniu.'iiiuilng all business per- Ininiuii to the incorporated town, Meinlinrs presents V. VV. DuShidria, Silas liliike, Ci. D. Xoal.P. W. DaShield* in the chair. Tne Hist business in order was tho election of two trustees instead ol Sain Neil and .faseph Thornton, occasioned l>y their noi acting in strict conformity to the law, their office being declared vacant, and Messru. Juhn Me- Whiniiey and II. P- McUoe were duly elected an their successors. Tto oftlco of Treasurer failing the same us tho .Trustees, Newton P. Howe was duly elected to 1111 tho position of Treasurer. The following resolution was "nnuhnonslt adopted: Jlcsolved, That t lie Ronrd of Trustors of the town of potter Valiay makdsle^ mand from the County of the amount ofi money properly belonging to the I own of Potior valley and lhatihe basis of this clniiti is (lie amount of mud tux col looted dnrliiR the last ft>(»i) year from the territory Included within tho corporate limits of the town of Potter Valley after deducting the monies expended In the repair of rnmls and bridgca within the suid (liM-poraie 'limits of tho town of Potter W.lloy, Momloolno On. Cnl, Whereupon the ^roaldent appointed Mossi-"!. John MoWhiuney uud 8. iilako to make the demand. Upon motion, 8. Hlake the Clerk, V?BS ordered, aiithoiicntl, and empowered to procure nil Honks, etc. requisite for this incorporate body. Upon motion, it was so ordered that a »pooi»l masting he held on Saturday, July 2d, 18.9*1 ul 11 A. M nharp. No further business, nppearlntr, the Hoaru adjourned to meet July 2ti 1K1K). K. W. BAStfijafi, president, Attest, R. 0. HUUWN, CTork. A hnJUlead i» beinir built at the mouth of.the Noyo River so as to confine the channel to one wide. Uy »o doinj? rafl» can be taken out ovor the bar much easier and with less danger, The Fort TlrogK Redwood Company hnvo men at work, buildinn a rcllroad track to dump logs off Into the pond on tho south gide of tho present, landing. Notice to Bridge Builders. p THE MATTER OF BIDS TO BUILD A 1 Bridge at Studebaker's: Notice is hereby given that bids for bnlldine a bridge across Kavarro Hiver, in Mils R 0 »J District, at. Siudebaker's place aud it tbfStS !S?ed' l np 5 '.o K t!;e ,?SbUry ™* ""^WiVSS: Fifth day of iUgim, 1890, at 'J o-eiack, \ M „ on which day said t be opened and cousid»r»d It is further ordered that eaeh bid he acta pained «• plans. speelltCations. strain she KtVili ?"fi!? *" 5 ,. 1 "—f: "idlibit notice bids aro to be 0^"°' ' H " U> U ' MN VHLFH r.l'fbidsT" K>a ' Vt ' 8 the Tight t0 "J^tVy ana SAM 11. 42 PAXTON. Clerk. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S FORECLOSURE SALE, Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale. HUZAEETH MAKDEN, Haintijf, JOHN MINTO. ti. M. DANIKLS and j. n. HUNT, Defendants, j ..blnlncd a. Indaro'cutl. *d dwrS ?Wo &"«n«l. and sale « sd i u „ t John Mluto, 1?. M, DauU-ls^ind J. li. Hunt, defendants, on th 0 l«b ihv nt 1S8? A. p. iwo, for tho sum' of - twantv ^htmifilXf > and twenty-one aud flfty-thrre on? FBMIM S MI?' ' „S5 d i e ^ ' n,<!rl ' 8t » n! > co«« and oouii.«l fcL 1 !'' •aid jads-nicut amounting lit a ii to aSSia ' . action tbcS-^-r- ,V£ *»«n* * Judgment against the defendkitTjM^ff^ lor tho sum of fifteen hundred aud tairifSSJEif . and iwenty.liva one hundredth,, ^jffiWEF.' hirs, besides Interest, costs iittd oom 'iS ^lfti >making in all U.68J.26. uuunaw fa**, >, ism NA.«HIEI». WKKKS-MILI4-AI- tbe M. K. parsonage iu L'kiah. Jnly 15, 18W, by Rev. Vt. n. i'riddy. W.O. Week* and Mrs. M»ry C, Mills, both, of noonvllle. .UKVIS-DANIKI.S-N .wr Pine drove, at the re.ldenooD* the bride's patents, July 12, wd<), by lluy. Ji. A, Slarr, Ojto, Jarvis and Miss KBle WnnlHs, both nf Mendocino county. 'KU.KU—At her 1 §V«'.WMdvace 1« Ukluh VaV J wife of*. Wcliet, ailed fx years and « meatoi,' <rV*WWW eels of land >iiH»^7ink^iS'&^W^Ar'^ nouiilv of Mendocino State-n? cJu&t^Ss*? "* aotinded and deserlbeaWFoHowsru^^*"*^ -M 'live southwest n^niF^^nS^^ 1 ^^ ter of section three (S>; UiTaduthWr southwest mutrror of v seethm tS» OSM east half of tbe uorthwest^dnarw 'nFl eleven (it), ail In township fanttwn Sir A so, all nf that portJmi %*»fw}h^Sall iinrthqn 1 quarter of secllou e£ret) flJII •iiilv foRrtcou (ii) ^th "Tin? JA -\:nt, that UKB south of'lhecotti talnlue eighteen aoptsinoieor lew ill cud singular tb .rfnueuuntk. h und aupurtouances tbeMuwi&l *3 any wise appertalnlqa;. ^ Publio nolle* is herthy 0i at 3 o'clock K M . oi'that Court House 4aej »rjruM tni on*' of liNuvtWi- scribed p »a]—"»»•"•. .uwmiirfa

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