Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on August 1, 1890 · Page 3
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DISPATCH «d DEMOCRAT. I'RIOAV VKUIJST 1, 18')0. AN BTOELLEHT INSTITUTION. Souio Facts Belattvo to Sacred Heart Convent, Ukiah, Cal. • IILIUH Win™ S1BM8TIAS UHUB0Tr ~WIIl.ll; BRIXTON. I ; IVMor. sen-Iron «v«y I " '>">' »• 11 •>. M* ami 7::») r. Sundiiy tf'-lmi.l nt A. M. -|>KK«ISVTKIIIAN C )1i;HCir-l. N. WATKU- J I""". iMintor. services in.TvSsuiMlny nt II .\. M. uuil N r. .-w. .Sunday school nt 1't. LllU.lb SEWS. iiolol in Werft- S9 the Parker, Mendocino Coontv's .lender. * ' ! McDonald's >» (1 10 best; port. Remember and get. Rood lea at Grand Tea Store. * David Jones, oi Point Arena, was in Vkiuli on Monday. FOR SALE—Two buggies. Enquire nt I )r. Mitchell's office. * CIIICKK.VS WASTF.II— 750, Uvo-l.hir<ls grown. VV. A. floflman. 1:1 Hon. L. P. Long, of Uirgo, wnc a.iiong our visitors lust Saturday. Rev. C. VV. Gillett, of Upper Luke, viBited this place last Saturday. Dry wood for sale nt $2.00 per cord, delivered. Inquire of L. Gobbi. '2t. ^11. It. Scott, of Christine, was registered at the Ukiah House last Saturday. W. .1. Ilotchsklss. of HenldsburK, visited Ukiah the latter part of last week. O. W. TIudn.ll will receivo subscriptions for the DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT ut Pt. Arena. C. F. McHnrvey, of Mooro & Mclliir- vcy, liverymen at Lakeport, drove over last Mondny. Ieo ereaui daily by the gallon, pint or •dish at Ed. Geilsdorf's City Bakery and •Confectionery. 33-tf The court house well was cleaned this week, thnnks to Mr. Giuochio and the DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT. Win. A. Saeray, n well-known citizen 'of Cloverdalo, died at lib homo in that placo last Saturday, of cancer. Col. F. II. Long is building a two-story hotel at Glen Alpine ^primes, on the :rond between HoplRnd and Lakeport. The bargain seeker brings up at the 'Corner Grocery nt last, lie has to, you inow, to get bargains in groceries. *i> Julius Wintzer, a leading merchant of IFart MraisK, and R. M. Brown, of the JToBv Bragg Bottling Works, were in (own Lant .Saturday. fiisjierior Court will bo in session next Monday and Tuesday, August 4th and &th,for the exclusive purpose of naturalizing citizens. Capt. Jns. T. Rogers, of West port, passed through Ukiah Inst Sunday en route houui after an extended visit to the Eastern Sta tea. LOST—A tent between Lnytonville and Ten Mile Crvek. Finder will be suitably rewarded by returning tho same to H. T. .Farmer, Santa Rosn, Cnl. It We understand all the rooms in tho nev Gillespie building have already been leased, but have been unable to lenrn the names of th,") parties leasing. The outlook' lor California fruits in the East was neve v before so good, and it is freely predicted' that this State will Boon monopolize the markets there. J. C. Bnrnham > late of Sonoma county, has been in this \ 'kanity looking nround for the past few w. wiks. He intends purchasing a small ran <fh near Ukiah. AVe acknowledge i *>e receipt of a complimentary ndmissii u» ticket from the Solano and Napa Agri cultural Association, to its annual fair wh teh oper .3 AugURt 18th and closes August 23d. Mr. and MrB. SI. Ne Miss Risel Levin and San Francisco, took n Clear Lake Sunday, placos of interest.— Lakep Avalanche. The Ukiah Silver Cornttfc Band will put in a bid for playing nt thv Twelfth District Fair, which begins at Lakeport on September 23d. The boys furnish first-class music and we hope tli .ey may get the Job. Very slow progress in beung nunde on the several now buildings nearlng' completion on State Btreet. Only a small force of workmen is engaged" on aa >y of them and it is not likely they will" be ready for occupancy befo;:o September 1st. The S. F. Call of laBt S aturday says : " Dr. Edward McGlynn, of New York, who has been up to Ufc.iah, Mendocino J county, on a visit, returned to the city yesterday and spoke in terms of praise of the wonderful resources of California and its climate," We havo interviewed a number of our hop-growers and they all exnress it as their opinion that the hop crop in this valley will be an average one in quantity. It is rather early yet to give an opinion us to quality. Reports from Sanel valley also indicate a fair eroi ( >. It occurs to us that very little effort would keep the sidewalks more clear of rubbish in the vicinity of buildings in the •course of orection on State street. Coin plaint is ospocially made of the condition •of the walk in front of tho new Marks building. Tho contractors should givo this matter their attention. Tho Breeder and Sports man says: "Mr. A. V. LaMott* will receive on August 2d by the China steamer a onto of pheasants to bo placed upon the North Pacific. Fish and Game Preserve near Ukiah. It is his intontion to confine the birds, remove their eggs, and hatch thorn under chickens anil continue tho practice until a good head of gamo can bo turned down on tho preserve, which can bo done in a short time." Wo undorataud that J. B. Sanford has a favorable prospect of getting the prin- cipulship of tins Lakeport public school. Mr. Sanford is a graduate of the San Jose Normal School, besides being a most ox- '-smplary young man, and we can assure our neighbors ihat they will mako no mistake if they place htm at the head of their school. Ho has tho education and a firmness which peculiarly fit him for such A position. The Santa llosn Xeputilican has the following to say about Callen .tho pitcher of the Santa Roans, who rocoutlv spent a short vacation at WlllOA, and who piayed with the Wllllts nine in Ukiah a woek ago last Sunday: " Callen has had a rent and is in good trim. His friends expect him to play a stiff game Sunday. Ed Is tho Napoleon of the club, so far as tlm encouragement of his presence is eoncornod, and with him in the box tho club will never meet with a Waterloo," rSeld, of Ukiah, Mr. Shirpser, of , sleaaure trip on ^ iwutang all tho In iIn.- outskirts of tho pleasant City of Ukiah, Mendocino county, with lovely wooded mountains for a back-ground, and the I rim little countv sent stretching away before, 'itnmls the Mncred Heart | Convent of Mercy amidst a pretty garden budged with cypress trees and bright with Mowers. The Convent—n boarding and day school for young Indies—is under the direction of tho Sisters of Mercy ; null the retired situation of the institution, together with the health fulness and natural hoautv of Ukiah, render it a peculiarly desirable training place for tho young, for to these advantages aro added the attributes of a thorough school. The system of the institution is the same ns that pursued in other Catholic Bchools having similar educational purposes in view. The various departments of oducation— moral and intellectual culture, refinement of manners, physical improvement, etc., —receive, one and all, scrupulous attention. Of course the institution is Catholic. The religious principles, however, of non- Catholic pupils arc not interfered with; but for the maintenance of good order all aro required to conform to the external discipline of tho house. Tho government is mild, but firm and uniform, while the strictest attention is given to tho health, comfort and wants of the pupils. No branch of education is neglected, but especial care is given to cultivation of tho musical tastes of pupils, and the Convent enjoys an excellent reputation in this regard. Painting and drawing are taught by an accomplished artist, and the school is winning much favorable notice by the art works of its students. The course of instruction includes training in religion, orthography, reading, writing, grammar, geography, mnlheinat- Ics, use of the globes, prose and poetical composition, sacred and profane history, astronomy, rhetoric, botany, intellectual and natural philosophy, music (piuuo- forto, organ nnd guitar), vocal music, drawing and painting. Tho annual term is divided into sessions of five months each, the first commencing on the first Monday in September, and the second ou the first Monday in February. Only young Indies bearing unexceptionable references are admitted By applying or writing to the Mother Superior, Sacred Heart Convent, Ukiah, Cal., terms and all other information desired will be cheerfully given. *»* Basetoall at Greenwood. By invitation the first match gaino of baseball between the Greenwoods and Boonvillo nine was played on tho grounds of the former on Sunday alternoon, July 27th. The large crowd present manifested a great deal of interest in tho result of tho game. The Boonvilles were pleased with their reception, and although minus two of their best men and not playing up to their average at the bat, wen by superior fielding. Following is the score, names of the players and their positions: IIUN8 BY INNINOP. RoonvUlcK .... Greeuwooda ... BOONVILLES. K. C. Riiwles S. E. nicvlua E. B. Bull W. Blevlni L. Bull J. B. Hunt 11. McOhnaev .1. K. Bostwlck W. Singley S 0 2 0 0 2 4 3 •—19 4 4 0—1 TOBITION. 1'itPhci Catcher First Bttae Second BANG Third Bnse Shoriaiop RlKtat Field Center Field Left Field QRKEWWOODS. K. Douohoe F. Gansncr Olibert W. Wiilsh Fogns J. Smith Sweeney Caviuuiujrh J. Walsh Vmplrc, Willie MeGoufch. The features of the game were the fine fielding of Rawles, S. BlevinB, Hunt and E. B. Ball, while Bostwick made a bril limit assist from far center field to third base. Our Temperances Organizations. Last week we published a partial list of the fraternal and benevolent orders In Ukiah, and this week we give the tern porance organizations. Ukiah Lodge No. 396, I. O. G. T., was re-organized May 3, 1889, and now has twenty members in good standing and rccular attendance. Meetings are held every Friduy night at the residence of Dr. McCowen. Samuel Lovo is the Chief Templar and Wells M. Moore, Secretary. Silver Star Band of Hope, No. 144, also meets at Dr. McCowcn's every Sunday afternoon. There are ninety-four members, and Mrs. McCowen is tho Superintendent and Frank Gottrell Secretary. It was organized May 2b, 1889. The Ukiah W. C. T. U. was organized J.'/ay 19, 1889, and now has thirty-three members. Meetings aro held every Friday night at St. Tohn '8 M. E. Church. Mrs. Belle Johnson is President of the Union and Mrs. McCowen is Secretary. The following unique communication appears in tho Fort Bragg Advocate iUie woek: "Ft. Bragg, July 2r>.—To tho residents of the city of Fort Bragg and county of Mendocino: Do not take any notice of me as I am nervous at times and not responsible for having Mr. O. E. Johnson arrested for insanity, as he is not insane and never was. Mrs. O. E. Johnson." S. M. Dihel had the misfortune to lose a line mare last week. He drove her to town and upon reaching here she dropped to the ground and died in a short time. She was valued at $260. R. II. Beamer, of Woodland, candidate for member of tho State Board of Equali- 7 .»liou from this district, passed through town on Wednesday ou Jus way home from Humboldt county. William S. Shields, formerly of Lakeport. waB married at tho Grand Hotel on Monday by Justice Poago. Hannah Stewart was the bride. Slie.was 16 yearn of age. A mortgage for $100,000 was filed for record in the County Recorder's office this week. It.was from the Usal Lumber Co to C. P. Bliss. A. N. McPoak, li. Meyers and Josso Miller and their families have gone to ihij coast on a camping trip. Fred Gnwel! roceivod ii severe kick from a horso this week, which incapacitated him for work. We aro informed that " Portuguese Fra k " has sold his place on tho head of Big River. Dr. G. J. Brown and family, of Covelo, have been camping ou the coast near Fort Bragg. Biissil Hunter was killed at Usal recently by being struck with a log in the woods. Frank Lazarua is now running A daily stngA from Mendocino to Fort Bragg. Win. A. Prinrn, of Little Lake, spent several days in Ukiah this weok. Fort Bragg was visited by an earthquake last Saturday morning. Filtcon hundred feet of the new wharf at Una! bae been completed. LOCH m'BWS. Rope headquarters—W. A. Hoffman's. J. M. Mnnnon went to Santa KOMI on Tuesday. Everything bought and sold nt W. A Hoffman's. « Alf Howard, of Westpoi-t, wns in town lust Monday. Siberian Arctic So.ln—best qualify—at Geo. Jamison's. } Fresh lard at Edwards Bros, at SO cents to $1 a can. There are only four prisoners in the county jail at present. Miss Emma Fields, of Cloverdalo, is visiting friends in Ukiah. Deer skins taken in exchange for goods at J. E. Scoggins'. 4t Dr. W. N. Moore returned on Tuesday from hiB visit to San Francisco. John Spencer, of Porno, will begin the erection of a new residence next week. A. E. Sherwood, of Sherwood Valley, has been spending severaldaysin Ukiah. Time is money. Buy a watch of King nnd you will have timo. Ne:tt door to poBtoffice. 3! L. Van Dnsen has been ill this week, but at the present, writing is ablo to get around ngnin. Land for sale in lots to suit purchaser, on easy terns. Inquire of W. !. Hildreth, Ukiah Valley. 3v Nothing can exceed the delightful, refreshing effect of a glass of Jamison's Siberian Arctic Soda. ; Father Sullivan left on Tuesday for his home in Redwood City, after a pleasant visit of a few days in Ukiah. The purest materials and finest flavors are used by Geo. Jamison in the manufacture of his delicious Soda. i Ed DeCamp and .las. Rowlison, two of Little Lake's substantial citizens, have been spending a few days in Ukiah. Dr. McGlynn, who visited Ukiah last week, delived three lectures at Metropolitan Temple, San Francisco, this week. Joe Jacobs' Shaving Parlors is the best place in town to get a shave, hair cut, shampoo or anything else in the tonsorial line. * A long needed improvcrnsnt lias been made this week by placing new steps loading to the front entrance of the court house. QUITE A BLAZE. Amos Snuffln's Residence and Contents j Destroyed by Tire. j About 12 o'clock Wednesday night the j residence <>f Amus Simtlin, near (he flouring mill, was discovered on fire. The alarm was Mounded and our fire department and cili/oiiM responded promptly, but tlm lire had gained such headway before it was discovered that their elliu 'ls j ; were useless. The building quickly | i burned to the ground and nothing what-1 ever but a trunk and a bln.nket was j saved. A fino piano ivus among the con- i tents of the house. Mr. Smiffin and his J wife wr.re sleeping In the houso and barely escnpiwl with tboir lives. They have not the slightest idea how the fire originated, for the entire place wns wrapped in Humes when they were awakened. We understood there was $)»00 insurance on the houso. The residence of P. R. Klein next door to the burning building was in imminent danger and the contents were removed to a place of safety. Wet blankets and carpets, however, were kept on the roof and this place wns saved. Arrested for Embezzlement. Constable J. II. Carothers returned from Wnstpori Inst Saturday having in charge Hugh McNamara, whom ho had arrested nt the above place on a charge ! of embezzlement. It appears that McNamara, on July 1th, hired a horse from J. A. Conner's livery stable in this placo, for tho purpose, he said, of going to Orr's Springs. Instead of going to tho Springs, however, he went, to Westport, and having no further use for the horse he sent it down to Mendocino to Frank Gorman, thinking, probably, that he would forward it to Ukiah. Knowing nothing about, the horse, and having paid a bill on it, Mr. Gorman held tho animal for the charges. The matter was placed in Constable Carothers' hands, with the result, that McNamara was arrested and brought to Ukiah, and the horso also brought back to its owner. Tho prisoner was examined on the charge above mentioned, and wns released on his own recognizance. IIo returned to Westport pending further action in the matter. A Destructive Mountain Fire. Chas. D. Quinliven, aged 19, and Annie M. Braunuin, aged 16, were married at Cnlpella last Sunday by Rev. M. W. Howard. On Fridny, July 2f>th, about 3 P. M., a fire wns set out in the brush near the north end of Riley Valley, which is on the mountain about hall way between Hoplnnd and Lakeport. The valley con- Henry Haas, ex-Supervisor of Mendo- j sists oi about S00 acres of range land, cino county, but now a resident of Los Angeles, spent a couple of days in Ukiah this week. Mrs. O. L. Walters will leave to-day for her homo in Fresno, after a visit of a couple of weeks to her Ukiah relatives and friends. "When the warm days of summer come, gentle Annie," ask vour fellow to treat you to somo Ice Cream Soda, at Geo. Jamison's. ; Joe Jacobs is enjoying a visit from his sister, Mrs. B. Jacobs, and her two children, of San Francisco. Thoy arrived here on Tuesday. There is a first-class opening for a milliner and dressmaker at, Greenwood. A suitable store can be rented. For particulars apply at this office. * The Republican Press has a now headline and has received a large invoice oi new type. Our contemporary has made many improvements of late. Mrs. J. E. Scoggins and Mrs. M. E. Hersev, accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Decker, left on Wednesday for a month's visit to Orr's Hot Springs. John A. Limos, tho stage robber in the county jail awaiting trial, has been quite sick for a week or two. Despondency seems to be the principal trouble. Survoyor-General W, II. Pratt came up from San Francisco Tuesday, and spent a couple of days in Ukiah, hearing ovitlence in somo swamp land cases from Little Lake. M. D. Hyde, the well-known land lawyer of San Francisco, has been in Ukiah for several days on business connected with the swamp and overflowed land cases from Little Lake. Lecture by Mrs. Vernon Willard at Ukiah, Friday evening, August 1st, in tho Presbyterian Church. Subject "The Franco-Prussian War." Admission, 10 cents; reserved seats, 25 cents. * A. McCallnm, of the Pudding Creek Lumber Co., accompanied, by his son Donald, came over from Bartlett Springs last Monday, and left that evening for Mendocino. Mrs. McCallnm and daughter arc still nt Bartlett's, for the benefit of tho lattor's health. J.. Walter Laymanco and wife, who lived in Ukiah some ten years ago, passod through town on Tuesday en route to his home in Oakland. He is at present one of tho owners of Highland Springs, Lake county, in addition to being one of the leaders of the Alameda Democracy. R. L. Simmons and wife, of this place, loft on Tuesday V train for an extended visit to the EaBt. They will mako a a short stop at Denver, after which they will proceed to Gonhen, Elkirk county, Indiana. The trip is made tor the benefit of Mr. Simmons' health, and his many friend wish him tho greatest success. Tho lending question now is: "Are you provided with it bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, ns a safeguard against an attack of bowel complaint during tho summer months? " No family can afford to risk being without this invaluable medicine during tho hot weather. It is almost certain to bo needed, and is a friend indeed when required, as it never fails and Is pleasant nnd Sato to tnke. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. N. Mngee. ** T.ast Saturday evening Chas. Cunningham and wife, Al Bechtol and G. G. Grant, of the Stockton Business College w«nt over to Vichy Springs. They took their lunch and went with tho intention of having a good time, which they had, but Mr. Grant and Mr. Bechtol probably wish now they had not gone. Thoy ate A VERY CLOSE RACE! But the Great CORNER CROCERY J5^= GOOD We beat all competitors in the race for O-OOIDS A-ZtsTID LOW PRICES. Follow the crowd and you will come to us, for the crowd is with us. We keep constantly on hand the finest -Stock of GROCERIES to be found in Mendocino County, Best Selected Provisions, Green find 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. 7| which is (HiK'il by I'eteis l>r'«., n( San Francisco, and stocked with cattle. The tire burned 'uiKJ ncres of grass in ihe val-1 j ( ley, most, of the fencing, and several hundred acres of valuable pine timber. It took a vigorous fight until Monday to save the buildings from being destroyed. The agent of the ranch, Mr. J. S. O'Neil, will give a reward uf $100 to anv person furnishing him evidence Ihat will lend to the conviction of the party or pnrtied who set the fire out. We believe vigorous efforts should be made to punish all persons who, either through carelessness or intent, causes the destruction of property by sotting out tiros in the hills. Cutting- Scrape at Covelo. One day last week at Covelo, this county, Harry Weaver "orionsly cut Doc Anderson in the abdomen with a pocket knife. At last accounts tho wounded man was still nlivn, but there is little hopo of his recovery. As we lenrn tho story Anderson's wife claimed that Weaver had insulted her, and she so told her husband. Weaver went to her and do- nied tho charge. Anderson, however, got his pistol and went after Weaver. Upon meeting Weaver, Anderson began abusing and slapping him, in the meantime keeping one hand on his gun. Weaver rotreated into a saloon and warned Anderson if he did not desist he, would cut him. Just as ho entered the saloon ho whipped out a pocket knife and made an ugly wound in Anderson's stomach. Weaver wns arraigned before Justice Whitney, who, after hearing the evidence, ordered tho prisoner discharged. Northern California Towns. The Supervisor of Census for this dis- tiict has submitted estimates as follows in regard to tho population of towns in the territory assigned io him: Chico, 2831 ; Colusa, 1350; Eureka, .1830; Ukiah, 1(123; Napa City, 4350; Benicia, 2307; Vallejo, 5(3110; Woodland, 3030; Marys- vllle, 3097; St. Helona, 2106: Redding, 1823; Healdsbure, 1-175; Petahinin, 3731 ; Santa Rosa. 5237; Red Bluff, 2620. All tho schedules of enumerators will be passed on at Washington, and if errors are detected thoro they will ho corrected. At the same timo, the results whon announced officially cannot differ largely from the figures here given. In a private conversation the other day a prominent business man of Ukiah said: " Our local papers deserve tho support of every man in the county. They are directly or indirectly working for our good all tho time. 1 fool that a man who does not patronize his home paper is not a first-class citi/.on, and really not nn American." We have no comment to make on tho foregoing. The DISPATCH has gone out nl this office for a number of years, and nover an issue has left without a good word for Ukiah and Mendocino county. A moiminl's re- floetion will convince any one that the local press does more to advertise the resources of our town and county than all other agencies combined, and ns a common-sense proposition our business men eiioiild heartily encourage that which builds up tho town and county, and noceosiirily their own butincsH. We arc informed that there is considerable discontent manifested in tho Hopland toll road and a private subscription list is being largely Bigned to open tho Squaw creok road to Cloverdalo: about •800 has been subscribed in Clovordale and a considerable amount has been rnisoii at fmkoporr. 'file Hon* land stage line is contemplating a change back to their old route via Clovordale. The cause seems to be uxhorbitnnt toll on their lunch under the hospitable branch- 1... T . , , „ , . ,. . . „ .. . * li i I the Lake county end of tlm road e» of 8 spreading treo, and we all know 1 that poison oak flourlshos in the vicinity of almost every spreading tree in California. At sll eveni 'H it was Humorous around this spreading tree, as tijo eyes of Messrs. Grant and Btiehtol the u«xt d «r tMtiuftd, Mrs. Br. J. W, Hudson is engaged in painting a boantiful bai.ner for Ukiah Parlor, Native Sons of tho Golden Want. The Parlor will fling it to iho breeze at tho Admission Day celebration in San Francisco, LOCAL NEWS. Bonsell has No. 1 brick for sale. It Mackerel 'u bulk or by the piece at the Grand Tea Store. * Joel Kveland, of Covelo, wns in town the fore part of this week. H. T. Hatch, the well -known lumber man, of Sherwood, is in town. The Corner Grocery for the choicest fresh groceries at the lowest prices. *° Dr. Kobinson, wife and family, of Willits, spent a few days in Ukiah this week. For best meats at most reasonable rates don't fail to find Sanford & Son's butcher shop. 31 Loss of appetite may often be caused by insipid food. Buy fresh groceries at the Corner Grocery. i0 A phonograph at the Oi rand Hotel hag been amusing the people and bringing in the dimes to the agent during the week. Mrs. S. II. Rice went to San Francisco iiturday to undergo a treatment for her eyes. Her many friends wish her a successful visit. The Etonrd oi Supervisors will meet in adjourned session noxt Tuesday. Quite a lot of importnntSlMiFJness will come up for consideration. A package addressed toO. Ifoag. Ukiah, Cal., remains uncalled for in the post- otlice. It is from the Siduey School Insurance Company of Ohio. I.. B. Scrauton, the Prohibition candidate for Congress from this district, will address the people of Ukiah next Saturday evening in the M. E. Church. W.J. Cunningham, representing the Ssn Francisco Call, came up on Wednesday's train and is engaged in interviewing our citizens in the interests of that journal. Jus. Irvine, of San Francisco, spent, last Friday in Ukiah. He was met heio by Harry Uaechtcl of Willits, and together they started out on a month's trip through Mendocino and Humboldt counties. H. W. Sniith, of Henldsbnrg has purchased the right for Mendocino county of the famous Challengo Churn Power, and will commenco a tour of the county for the purpose of selling the same about the 1st of August. tf Fine stock ranch of 1000 acres, near Ukiah, well located on county road, good house and barn and other improvements. Land lirst -clasB; rnngo will keep 1000 sheop or 2.10 cnttlo. Frice $4000. Inquire of W. P. Thomns. 36 A Now York dispatch of last Friday snyB that the probabilities are that in tho market for 1S90 hops will not be sold for less than 25 cents a pound. Seldom in the history of the hop business has tho stock of old hops been so light as at present. Keports have reached ns that boys are in the bnb t of going in bathing in the reservoir nbovo town. This is an outrage on people who are compelled to use this water for cooking and drinking. The Water Company should give this matter more careful attention and put a stop to the practice. Tho Lake county Republicans last I Saturday nominated an exceptionally strong ticket, and it will behoove our Democratic brethren over there to hustle if they make a clean sweep next fall, id. S. Sayre for Superior Judge, Capt. J. K. Frazor for Assemblyman, Ira C. Jonks for District Attorney nud Mrs. Etta K. Harrington for Supcrintendei.t of Schools are all formidable candidates. The annua! camp-meeting of the South Methodists hns been in progress during tho week. Trie attendance is very good, being somewhat bettor than last year. Quito a number of our citizens visit, tho camp ground each evening. The following ministers are in attendance: Presiding Elder Brown, A. M. Himms, Chico, C. M. Oulder, Petaluma, VV. G, Swan, Woodland, D. Bailor, Lakeport, A. L. Paul, Potter Valley, Znch Mlllington, Anderson Valley, T. A. Atkinson, Ukiah. A. W. Hnrbank lost his tine stallion, Ed Wavorly, last Fridny night. Some weeks ago wo mentioned tho fact that thonninifll had come near dying from n diseaso much like distemper. It was thought lie had nbout recovered, however, when he caught cold and died as above stated. Ed Waverly was quito noil known id Luke and Mendocino counties. Ho was a horse of ar» already good record, and a very promising future. Mr. Ilurhanlt valued him at ovor $10,000, having ; ('fused an odor of that amount for him. J. V. Magee, the druggist, wishes to remind his patrons that it is a dangerous policy to wait until taken nick before buying o bottlf; of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhwa Romcily. Every fanii ily should be provided with some reliable yenifldy for bowel complaints, ready (or immediate use, whenever required, during iho summer months, and this remedy Is unquestionably far superior to any other, "It can alwayg bo depended upon, and is plesBsnt and sale to ttko. tfj U putupia25»ndWcei»t.bo»U«». *• Point Arena Notes. Travel has been light the past week, business dull. The steam schooner "Hecord" was in one day this week unloading freight. Mrs. Smith went to the city last Wednesday to attend upon her sick daughter, Maltie. Miss Shoemake, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. M. Curloy, for some time, has returned to Oakland. Mr. I. M. Glenn organized a singing school here, last Monday night. On Wednesday night the Georgia Minstrels gave a good performance to nn excellent audience. A social dance was indulged in after the entertainment. Miss Stantield nnd Mrs. Sweasey left for Navarro to-day. Mr. H. Burroughs has been indisposed for several da \B. Wo hope to see him out again soon. Win. Miller, proprietor of the staze line was in town this woek. He wns accompanied by his wife. The stage going north connects with the Westport stage, also the Ukiah stage, so that we can reach either place in one day now. Quite an improvement on former times if it is permanent. Hearn's new chute iK completed and the first, schooner was loaded there on Wednesday and Thursday. Last week Mr. S. A. Jakway, while coining to town, was thrown from his horse and broke his left arm. Under medical care he is doing well. h. W. Scrnnton, Prohibition nominee for Congress, delivered tho first campaign lecture of the season on Inst Sunday even- in p. Mrs. Snm Horton hns recovered suMi- ciently from her recent illness as to he conveyed to her own home. Fruit is quite senrco on the coast, this year, very few fruit wngons coming from the valleys. Wo have somo young millionaires from S. F. in our midst; they are enjoying a inw day's rest from enre, hunting and fishing. Mr. A. Newfield returned from ihe city this week, so we are once more cheered by the sound of his melodious voice. L. AI.LICX. Point Arena, Julv 28, 1890. LOCAL SEWS. MINING TERMS. HotJlar.it Kotos. Howell nnd Maloney have just finished moving their dry goods to their now store in West Hopland. The post-office also has been moved and Hopland enjoys the distinction of having two post-orficos although one of them is called Sanel. The schools of the valley nro all running now, although the attendance is rather light during tills warm weather. The hop crop in this vicinity promises to be up to the usual standard oi excellence this year, and the warm weather wo are having is just the thing to make hops grow. Mr. Foster, who purchased the Peck property nonr Hopland, is having a Inrgo bnrn built and Intends sending up somo of his fast stock to be kept here and trained. He intends to have the race track on his property repaired and put in good condition. He is also having the interior of his residence worked over so that it \iill bo one of the best summer houses in the vicinity. Ho now has about tun men nt work on his placo. Headi.ig and threshing have begun in the valley, but crops are hardly up to the usual yield, although the crop is very fair. Quite a large number of visitors are now at Duncan Springs. The number of people who visit this resort increases every year. Howoll's new threo story hotel is being pushed rapidly to completion. A new school house also is one of tho late improvements in McDowell Valley. Mr. Vassar, of McDowell Valley has just completed a hoautiful new residence. The Lakeport stage now arrives earlier than formerly on account of the chunge of time or. tho railroad. Thotravo! over tho road is very heavy at present. Miss Georgia Thatcher, who has heen teaching a school in Placer county, is now visiting her parents nt Sanel. A. W. Thatcher nnd wile, who hnvo been living for several years in the Sandwich Islands, are expected here shortly to pay an extended visit to their parents and friends. Mr. Geo. SUudevant, who is teaching the Redwood school, is at home for a week's vacation. Hon. L. F. Long, of Largo, returned from the city last Friday afternoon. VABIETV. Hopland, July 28. 1890. Card of Thanks. Wo desire to rotnrn our hoartfolt thnnks to the many kind friends who extended us their assistance nnd sympathy in our recent nnd bereavement. K. WELI.RK A.NU FAMILY. Sacred Heart Convent. The next term of school at Sacred Heart Convent Ukiah, will open tho ArBt. Monday in September. For prices of tuitfon, board, etc., address or apply to the Mother Superior. a5 Notice. As I will lie absent for somo time, T havo loft my books and accounts with J, J. Morrison, who is authorized to collect all bills duo me. as W. T, WlHTTOK, How to Stive Money. Ihiy your Shoes from 8. Hoofce | Get him to repair your o)d ones 1! QM H pair of bfe mm mslw Uootn, «a 111; 1 *•?*» i V' - lj 1 J. E. Packard, of Mendocino, is in town. Mrs. J. M. Standloy returned on Monday from nn extended visit to the coast. County Clerk Paxton returned on Wednesday from his visit to Orr's Hot Springs. FOK SALE—-A good driving horse; will work double or single. Also a two-sented buggy. Inquire at this office. 4 '' Sheriff Standley and party returned on Monday from a three weeks' hunt. Doc is a little diafigured but ho is still in the ring. J. C. Keith, President of Pierce Christian College, will preach in the Christian Church next Sunday morning and evening. All are invited. Young America is progressive. , Two marriages this weak, with tho brides only sixteen nnd the grooms i .ot much older, is the way we rush things up here. Edwards Bros, on Wcdnesdny had in their shop, the finest deer we have seen this season. His buikship dressed about a hundred pounds. He was very fat. A now furniture store nnd another grocery will soon be opened in Ukiah. The former will occupy tho room recently occupied by tho Commercial Restaurant and the latter the store-room now occupied by N. M. Decker. Mr. Docker will move into the new Marks building. Messrs. Barorre, Ray and Brod, of San Francisco, left on Tuesday for their homo, after threo weeks of rustication in Mendocino county. Androw Ruddock, who was with the pasty, stayed over a few days to tell of their wonderful Biiccess. No cards (vension). Painters aro putting the finishing touches on J. A. Cooper's residence. The extensive improvements which have been made to it makes this the handsomest residence in Ukiah. Architect F. M. Mason, who drew the plans and superintended tho work, deserves much credit for taste and skill he has displayed in tho matter. W. W. Moore, of the Grand Opera House, Des Moines, is an early settler in that part of Iown, and had a great deal of experience in his time. He says: "At various limes I have had acute attacks of bilious colic and violent pains in the stomach, and found nothing that gave me relief like Chamberlain's Oolic, Cholera and Diarrhrea Remedy. Every person," ho says, " should have a bottle." For sale by J. N. Magee. H The entoriainmont given on Monday anil Tuesday evenings of this week at Smith's Opera House, by Richard Poole and his company, were fairly well attended. Mr. Footo and Miss Plunk-.itt lira both artists of much Intent, and ihe scenes from Richard III and Lady of Lyons given by them was a treat to those who witnessed them. The comedy of tlio " Happy Pair," nn tho first evening was also verv highly entertaining. F.. M. Iliatt, of Mendocinocounty, was in to see us this weok. Mr. Hintt is an old settler in his county and stands no well with his people that the Mendocino delegation in the Democratic State Convention will support him fur the nomination for one of the places on the State Board of Equalization. He and John Markley, his opponent, nro traveling to- gothar fli'il making a friendly canvass for the nomination.— Petaluma. Argitt. j In the S. F. Past of last Saturday wo 1 find the following tidings of Ed Hanson and his bride. Ed is an old Mendocino boy, who hns become one oi the leading businoss men of San Francisco. Ko was married a few months ago, and is on a wedding tour arouud the world. "Mr. F>. H. Hansen and wife (nee Wright of Oakland) and Mr. nnd Mrs. John D. Talbot of this city were nt Monto Carlo on Juno 25. Tho party is making tho tour of Europe, and will not return until somo time in October. They have already been through the British Isles, and havo climbed tho Alps, and aro now ii» Paris. They will probably return to San Francisco by way of Australia or the Orient." The Pomona Register of a recent date hns the followiug item, which will interest the many friends of Hani; Westorinnn in this comity. Hank lias become quite a power in politics in the Southern country. " H. B. Westermnn paid a business visit to Santa Ana and Anaheim Wt week, and whilo there took occasion, to look into affairs political. It appears that according to an agreement by which Senator McComas was nominated two i years ago, tho Republican nomination for tho Assembly mtwt go to Santa Ana for four years, hut Mr. Wcsterniau was! assured by some; of the leading Democrats (J Santa Ana and Anaheim* that Orange county had none but the kindest ieeHnifs lor Pomona and her aspirations' to become a eotinty seat, r,~i -A-!!! hea/tV ily support any nlsjn, Vw^om^ffj^fi ^)»r ?o »tfiWf^#t A "chute" is an inclined channel throngs which ore slides. Gold or silver combined with quicksilver is called "amalgam." Precious metals contained In lend an termed "base bullion." An ore of zinc, consisting of zinc and sulphur, is termed a "hleude." "Diluvium" is a deposit of superficial (•nnd, loam, gravel, pebbles, etc. "Breasting ore" Is taking the ore from the face, breast or end of a tunnel.. A "cord of pro" is 128 cubic feet of broken ore; about seven tous in quart* rock. A level, a horizontal drift or passage from the surface into a mine Is called an "adit." A mass of rock matter occurring in or between the branches of a vein Is termed a "horse." A timber or plank lining of a shaft, the confining of a wall rock, is called the "cribbing." Bars set in a flume to strain out the large stones used in hydraulic mining ore termed "grizzly." A fissure or crack ic the earth's crust filled with mineral matter Is celled a "Assure vein." A "barren contract" Is a contract vein, or a place in the contract vein, which has no mineral. A "contact vein" is a vein along the contact plane of or between two dissimilar rock masses. The pile of ore or debris taken from mines, or tailings from sluicing is called the "dump." The slope, pitch or angle which a nrtu makes with the plane of the horlaon la called a "dip." The rook that appears on the surface Indicating the presence of a lode ia called the "chopping." Loose rock or isolated masses of ore, or ore detached from the original formation, is" called a "float." The rock on either side of a loda or ledge usually barren, or the permanent rock inclosing a vein, is termed the "country rock." FRUIT AND VEGETABLE AC I OS. The acid of the grape arises from a mixture ot n\&Uc and tartaric acids. The acid of the mango arise* from eltrie acid and & very fugitive essential oil. The horse radish derives Its flavor and blistering (lower from a volatile' acrid oil. The acid of the tamarind arises from a mixture of citric, malic and tartaric acids. The acid of the cherry, plum, apple and pear arises from the malic acid in their pulp. The flavor of asparagus arises from as- partlc acid, found also in the root of the marsh mallow. The grateful acid of the rhubarb leaf arises from the malio acid and bin-oxalai* potash which it contains. Tho acid of gooseberries and currants, block, red and white, arises from a mixture of malic and citric acids. The acidity of the lemon, orange and other species of the genus Citrus is caused by the abundance of citric acid their juloe contains. Beet root owe.-* its nutritions quality to about 0 per cent, of sugar which It contains, <md its flavor to a peculiar substance containing nitrogen mixed with peotto acid, - v The acid of the cucumber arises from • peculiar pols>:.iio\ut Ingredient called tun- gin, which is found in all fungi, and is the cause of the cucumber being offensive to. some stomachs.'-' Garlic and tho rest of the-onion family derive their peculiar odor from a yellowish, volatile, acrid oil, but they are nutri­ tions from containing nearly halt their weight of gummy and glutinous substances not yet clearly d-iflned.—George W. Johnson in The Chemistry of the World. QUINLIVEN'—BSAKNUM—At «,lBW,t>y Hev. M. VV. Howard, Ctawlea Qutullvea and Annie M. Bmuuuro. • ItEI-US-STEWAKD-At the Grand Hotel; ti, UklKh, July 29, 1890. by B. C. POSKL ', J < p WE . L. Shields ami Hauusb. Steward, both of Little Lake. BKLL-SMITH—At Mandocluo, July Si, )S9n bv li. Canm it* smltn, J. P. ixmes Bell and S»r<ii, June Smith, both of Caspar * Cnlpells,. JUtfl FOB S-A.IjE3: A Horse, Cart and Harness. T UB HOR6K 18 A NICE, OBSTLE ANIMAL, tbo cart a good imbstsattst "gtookUm,"aiut the harness in new. Apply -at Wlilllou * Unix rliou's Llvory Stsble. ~ i •i i STATE SI-MIST. VKIAM, «£flO£ Most R «Mon «»»s> Pi Perfect Fit G

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