ListenI r,,rp T'r'rTn v rTT 1 if r • 7r x TTTTTTTTTTT "" I Listen I The Made several changes in the Store during the Blockade, and is now Ready for Business again. RISE TO REMARK That we are up to our neck in the Grocery Business In Ukiah, but a Permanent Fixture, and here to stay. THERE 18 NO DOUBT But whnt you can got the BEST TEA id the Grand Tea Store for the Least Money, and the reason is that the Proprietor understands the Tea Business. THE GRAND TEA STORE Carries the LARGEST and BEST Stock of Fancy and Staple GROCERIES in Mendocino County.' All Goods are Guaranteed to be the Yeiy Best. THIS IS NO AUCTION! Store or Circus, which folds its tent and like the Arab silently moves away when the time is up. Best Brands of Stockton and Ukiah Flour ! THAT ARE Cl'ARANTEED BY BOTH MILLS, KEPT IN STOCK. TTTTTTTTTTT jHighest Prices Paid for Country Produce. 1 ' TTTTTTTTT We are here to Sell Goods At the Lowest Posssible Price cons'stent, with business principles, and therefore fear no competition. Nothing shall hinder Us From selling our Groceries, for they are the Best, the Cheapest, and the Freshest in the town. T T T T T T T Our Bargains Catch the Eye of the People. We sell a Pound for a Pound—full 16 Ounces. Our Low Prices uon't depend upon skimping our Weights or Measures. We do not sell Crown Flmtrfor /^perry's Yours, strictly for Business, TEMPLETON, THE GROCER, Q<3.c3L Fellows ^Ua.il<3Llng, XJls.la,l2., CA1 DISPATCH AND DEMOCRAT. FUTPAY.. .SHI'TKMUHK 2(1, 1800. LOCAL SEWS. UI(!\L i<E\VS. McDonnlil 'B is the bout hotel in Went- Ed DeCamp, of Willits, was in town j last Monday. Tlio Grand Tea Store is the placotoj got groceries. 17 | Wells, FarjK) & Co. swung out a new j sign on Tuesday. Fresh lard nt Edwards Bros, at 50. cents to $1 n can. x > j Fresh and salted meats, lard, etcnti City Meat; Market. « } Ten yards lieavy shitting for $1 at L. Rosenberg & CO : H. t ' We had a sprinkle of rain on Wetlnoa- : day just before noon. j F.Brunner is agent for several kinds of: centH per iron and steel fencing. •"* New iull goods are being received daily at L. Rosenberg & Go's. + Yon can tent Templeton's Tens in Hie Htnro before you buy them. t Sweeping bargains in everything at W". English & Co's., Calpella. Is it well with thy sole? li not, go to 1<. Rosenberg & Go's, for .shoes. 41 Governor Waterman has appointed A. Baltzeil, oi Ukiah, a Notary l'ublic. J. Hegor in having kalsnmined the room fornierlv occupied hv PorterlieUl & Stltt. Bargains! Itargainsj W. Knglish & Co's., Calpellfl, in tho place to secure them. Is J. P. MeRowo lias been treating the front of his business place to a coat of paint. W. SI. Pcery returned home last Pat-; f ai . u ,ro of his delicious ,«odii urdoy from an extended visit to Orr's Hot Springs. Land for sale in lots to suit purchaser, on easy terns. Inquire of W. J. Ilildreth, Ukiah Valley. ** H. Wurtenberg, who was seriously ill with erysipelas for some time, is able to be around again. Go to Jamison it Obnrrs for choicest •meats of all kinds. City Market, north sido of court house. 4 ' r » Nothing can exceed tho delightful, refreshing effect of a glass of Jamison's Siberian Arctic Soda. X There have been over 1000 names added to the Cheat Register of this comity since it was printed in 1S88. | h. Rosenberg & Co. have just received j •» largo invoice of elegant sealottes from the East which thev will sell at Kenstcrn prices, y •T. F. Layman, a former resident oi ITkiah, was in town on business (he first •of the week. He is now a resident of Sonoma countv. A. J. Thatcher, of the Republican Press, returned on Saturday from a visit to feanel. He will move his family to Ukiah in a short time. Win. Hceser came over from Mendocino City on Monday and went to Pan Francisco the following day. Ho expects to return home today. When the warm days of summer Flour and feed of all kinds nt the Grand Ten Slore. Uuv vour meats at Jamison oi Obarr's, City Ivlnrket. •'• r ' Fortunate woman! She traded at L. Rosenberg & Go's. * 50 dozen pairs kid gloves la Duchosso in all colors at Cerf's store. * Tlios. Charlton and wifo are visiting tho District Fair at Lnkeport. Twelve yards of unbleached muslin for $1 at L. Rosenberg and Co's. + Miss Julia Mc.Miillen, of San Francisco is visiting Miss Sailio McGnrvey. We Iiad considerable thunder and lightning on Wednesday evening. The march of progress is chronicled in our new fall stock. L. Rosenborg & Co. * Sam Orr is erecting a line residence on bin property in the northern end of town. Figured red oil calico a yard wide at vnrd, at L.. Rosenberg oi Co's. " " t Look ahead and you will find you soon need an Imperial plow. Found at Rrunner 'H. •"> Mrs. W. H. Fnrse and -Mrs. S. II. Rice, ret timed last, Saturday from a visit to San Francisco. Monday's CVn oniric contained quite an extended article on tho .Mendocino coal beds near Covelo. Clothing and tnilor made suits to bo sold at one-half regular price at L. Rosenborg & Co's t D. K. MimkuiH is. rebuilding the foot, bridge across Orr Creek at the northern end of School street. Stipl. C. R. Johnson, of Fort Bragg, was in town Wednesday on his way home from San FrnnciBco. The purest materials and finest flavors are used hv Geo, Jamison in tho nuinii- A GRAND MEETING. WClli NEWS. LOCAL NEWS. The Ratification Meeting- at TTklah a Grand Success. Mrs. J. A. Cooper is visiting in Petit | luma. ! Go to the Grand Tea Store for The Democratic ratification meeting nt I groceries. pure Our entire stock. L. ! Rev. J. .1. Maitin will preach at St. | : John's M. K. Church on Sunday morning. ; j From l to 12") nhnroK of I'kinh Hank j I stock for sale. Aj>| >I v to.I. II. Donohoo.* ! j .1 . v. Cooper went to San Francisco! i last Sunday and returned on Wednesday. | j W. K. King, the Jeweler, has moved , I into the Gillespie building. Call ind see > | him. * ! i W. H. Lyon and wife are among the i Ukiah visitors to the Lakeport fair this week. I The prices ior grapes in the vicinity of of Honidshurg range from $12 to $1"" per ton. VineyardisU are jubilant. The Lake county Republicans have inserted their political cards in the Democrat, utterly ignoring tho Avalanche. Jamison & Obarr will supply yon with the very choicest meats at all times. City Market, north sido of court house. 4 " The Lowor Lake Press tells of a tomato raised in that vicinity that measured 10 inches in circumference and weighed 'M ounces. Geo. Ray, late foreman of tho Republican Piess, was taken toOrr's Hot Springs one day last, week to be treated for rheumatism. The celebrated Buckeye Pump is being more and more appreciated, so easy to work, rind durable, and a big premium in case of fire. "' The Ladies' Presbyterian Society will meet next Wednesday, Oct. 1st, at the residence of Mrs. N. Waucnseller. A full attendance is requested. kev. J. J. Martin, now of Redding, but formerly pnstor of the St. John's M. E. Church of this place, is viBitiug his friends and acquaintances hero. In the way of lino edge tools for carpenters and farmers, as also pocket cutlery, vou will find the most complete assortment at Brunner's.at bottom prices. 19 Rev. S. L. Sun ford will preach at Wil •come, gentle Annie," ask your fellow to ; nicest' ^imiav'nmrning "and' evening treat you to some Ico Cream botln, at . . ». Geo. Jamison's, rj Win. Dittenmore, aged 67 and a native of Indiana, died at the Countv Hospital on Monday night. He was buried the following day. J. M. Mannon, one of (he Directors of the Twelfth District Fair Association, went over to Lakeport on Monday to take in tho fair. j Why swelter over a big cook stove I •when you can do your cooking with com-! fort mi a gasoline Rtove. Can be had ofi all sizes and prices at Brunner's. -is I Our customers all speak highly in praise of St. Patrick's Pills. They are the best.—Berry Bros., Carroll, Nebraska. For sale by J. N, Magee, (-lie druggist, t Alhert.f. James, of Willits, proved up TueBdav on the so'<f of se^f of Section Ifl, 0>jj' of ne l 4 of Section 30, and sw|| of liwii of Section 29, all iu township 19 of range 13. Wo learn that Pat Gallagher died very suddenly of heart diapaso nt, Fort, Bragg on Monday night. Mr. Gallagher was a machinist by trade and -.v:!* well known on the coast, lie was 45 years ot ago. 8. ,T. Chall'ant arrived homo on Monday, nftor three months of camping nut and roughing it. Do was much improved in health. Dr. Mitchell, who went, away with him, is. oxpgclod homo in a few days. Mrs. Ann Blkin. who is well known in Lakeport, died at or near Kelseyvillo on Sunday lust. Siie was the mother of the the Eiukloy Inys and also Mrs. linker.— Lakeport Avalanche. Tom Uinkley, of Ukiah, is one of her sons. W. L. Anderson, Democratic noniinco for re -election as Comity Clerk of Lake I.nke county, is well known to many old- timers in Mendocino. They will he pleased to learn that he has no opposi- ' alon, vho Republican candidate having withdrawn from the race. Tlia storo fixtures formerly used by W. B. Viors of this city, whicli have been stored in ono of the rooms in iho lower Btory of the Y. M. O. A. building, bavo been removed mid were shipped lo-dav to Ukiah. They will be used by C. d. Thomas & Son of that city.— Simla Jtnsa Utpublican. Prof, Austin, who advertised to open tho Nornml School here last Monday These will be the last services he will hold during the present Associational year. You cannot fail to notice the new advertisement of L. Rosenberg oi Co. Their low prices are so attractive that they occupy the largest space of any of our advertisers. J M. Newfield went to San Francisco last, Sunday mi a business trip. Mrs. Newfield, who has been visiting in tho city for several weeks, will accompany him home. Don't, f<ir«pt tho races to be given by the Ukiah Park Association next week. We understand that a number of horses in attendance nt the Lnkeport fair are coming over. W. G. Poago returned last Saturday from Berkeley, where ho has been taking a special course of study during his vacation. He resmuod his school nt Hopland on Monday morning. Thoroughbred roosters from imported stock of Brown Leghorns, Silver Laced I Wynndottes, Light Brahmas and Partridge Cochins for sale. Inquire of L. D. Harjiis, Jr.. Ukloh, Cnl. * C. K. Winning has retired from tho management of the Point Arena Record, and is succeeded by Jns. S. Ware. Mr. Winning mado a good paper of the Jtec- aril. We wish tho now manager every success. Nelson McNeil and family arn visiting friends and relatives hern. Nelson has bought over !I00 acres of hind in Sherwood Valley and when the railroad is extended it will pass through bis land. We hop,? it will make liim rich,— Luke- port .Iratfiiir /if. J.R. Mathows has recently mado many improvements in his drug store. This •week he placed n prescription case in the store, and it is as fine a piece of work as can bo found in ninny of the Inrgn cities. It is vnndo of redwood and nil tho work was done in Ckiah. Rev. W. T. Fleenor, the pastor elect of tho ISnptist church of this place, will hold services next Sunday morning and even- ins, regularly thereafter. Mr. ITloo- •ior has n centlv been stationed at Onk- Inm!. Dkinh islo bo congratulated upon securhiA sucli an able divine. The Sun Fnuiclsco & North VarlHe. Railway will run a special excursion train to-morrow from Ukluh to San Fran- the court house last Saturday evening, drew an immense crowd. Before the meetiug was called to order all the seats and every foot of standing room were occupied. Tho Ukiah Silver Cornet Band entertained tho people until the time for opening tho meeting. J. A. Cooper, F.sq., was called to the chair, and after calling the meeting to order, lie made a short introductory speech, in which lie said ho bad never seen a more promising prospect of electing tho whole Democratic ticket from top to bottom. The ticket lie believed to bo the strongest ever jfiaccd he /ore the people of the Slate. At the conclusion of his remarks, which were very well received, the Chairman culled on Hon. J. II. Seawell to address the meeting. Mr. Seawull devoted his remarks principally to State matters, and more especially to the subject, of legislative appropriations. His remnrkf. on the subject were particularly interesting and to the point. In a few! words ho brushed away the cobwebs of misrepresentation which is ubrond in the State relative to the large appropriations of the last, Legislature. He proved the duplicity and insincerity of those who were foremost in denouncing tho Democratic majority of the last Legislature. In concluding his speech bo referred to the remarks of Judge Adams, made at the Republican ratification meeting in Ukiah the week previous,ou the Chinese question, in which Mr. Adams had charged thai the Democrats had encouraged rather than opposed Chinese immigration until within a few years. The speaker Blated that the first hill bearing on the question of Chineso exclusion was introduced in the Slate Legislature by that good old Democrat, Col. Phil Roach, in 1852, and from that day to this the Democratic party had opposed Chinose immigration. The speaker referred to the personnel of tho ticket in glowing terms. He believed it, to be tho strongest over placed in tho field. Mr. Seawell's speech was delivered in his usual forcible and eloquent manner, and he was frequently interrupted with npplnuso. Tho speech of the evening was made by Judge Hudson of Lnkeport. Mr. Hudson's repu tation an a speak er is wel 1 k nown in this vicinity, where he has delivered several orations, and his immense popularity is not confined to any party. This in n measure, no doubt, accounted for the fact that the hall was so full when the meeting opened that many were unable to gain admission. The speaker prefaced his remarks by an eloquent tribute to tho good people of Mendocino county, who on different occasions had shown the warmest friendship toward him. He then branched oil' into n masterly review of the Democratic party from the nation's infancy to the present time, nnd portrayed in eloquent words the deeds which have given to its name a bright, lustre of glory. He discussed the tnrifl question at considerable leugth, and particularly referred lo the recent conversion of Mr. Blaine, who in spite of the great pressure brought to hear upon him, had the courage to denounce the McKinley bill nnd the ruinous policy of protection being pursued by the Republican party at the present time. Tho speaker said that Mr. Blaine was fnst becoming a Democrat on the tariff quostion, and he would be glad , to welcome him into the fold, for lie ba-! f' -0 " 1 Rosenberg .V Co lievod him the gamiest man in America. ] D, II. Weill, of Clifton & Wei i Siberian Arctic Soda—best quality—nt Geo. JiuiuKm's. ; Fruit and vegetables of nil kinds at the Grand Tea Store. JttH.JRowlison, of Willits, paid Ukinh a visit this week. Services Sunday morning and evening al the Presbyterian church. We don't ask you to buy. We ask you to look. L. Rosenberg oi Co. * Tho freshness and purity of Templeton's groceries are guaranteed. t Louis Rosenberg went to San Fran| cisco last Sunday to buy goods. Twelve yards of dress or apron gingham for $1 at L. Rosenberg oi Co's. + P. Cunningham returned on Wednesday from n trip to Snn Francisco. Fresh groceries of all kinds constantly arriving at the Grand Tea Storo. 4 " . „ , ^ , Come ami see new stylo of jackets chine at W. Fnglisli <i Co's., Calpella.'J ! with silk cords at L. Rosenberg A Co's. t What's new? Rosenberg & Co Misses Uvu and Nellie Curtis are visiting on the const. Purest spices, tens, and coffees at the Grand Tea Store. 4 " Twelve ynrds of bleached muslin for $1 at L. Rosenberg & Co's. $ Supervisor Day went, to Usnl last Monday to inspect the new bridge there. We can't keep people away unless we close our store. L. Rosonberg oi Co. * Those who liko meet rare, may meet rare bargains at L. Rosenberg oi Co's. * Mrs. James Rvan, formerly of CufToy's Cove, died at Oakland on the 19th inst. Wheeler it Wilson No. 0 sewing mn- moming, abandoned the idea, owing to j ctseo. Tho train leaves nt 5:!tfl A. M the fact that, circumstances nrnso whitvli Inwrierod with his plans, We exceedingly rogret that tho Professor has given up the project. Ho Is a man ni consldor- ublo noto o» iin educator, nnd his school would have been n, vorv bonoficinl acquisition to our educational institution.). and tickets will be sold at the low price of -t'l for the round trip, and this price Includes one admission to thn Mechanics' Fair. Tlcl.fd* urn good to return ou Monday, No doubt many of our citizens will toko advantage of this opportunity to visit the city nnd the fnlr. Merchandise af all kinds is being naC' riliced at W. Knglish oi Co's., Culpclla.'ts Ynp get more change out of a dollar spent at L. Rosenberg oi Co's. than anywhere else. * Curl Purdy left Inst Monday for n trip through the Sierras in search of botanical specimens. Our prieeB are not laid low by dull trade, but made low to make trade. L. Rosenberg oi Co. * E. S. Ames, of the Palace Shoe Store, and his prices as low as the lowest in tewn. $ W. A. Ilngans, proprietor of the Ukiah House, went to Lnkeport on Monday to visit the Fair. W. P.Thomas will occupy one of the suite of roi.tns in the new .Marks building as a law office. T. L. Carothers, Sam Pnxton nnd KH Wells returned on Tuesday from their visit to the coast. John Conway, of Cuffey's Cove, was in Ukiah on Wednesday on his way home from San Francisco. Don't forest Hint. Templeton's canned fruits are all of this year's crop. They aro the freshest in town. i J. A. Harbnm, the Republican nominee for Congress will stump Mendocino county in the latter part of October. G. H. Snow pays the highest cash price for poultry, eggs, hides and skins. Office at A. Ceff's store, Ukiah. t li. Rosenberg offers his horw, buggy and harness for sale nt n j.'reat bargain on account of his removal to'Snn Fransisco.t The Street Commissioner continues to do good work on our streets, and is getting the town in very presentable sbnpo. F.d Graham has some of W. A. Uagnn's hors.-H over nt, Lake port this week and he will probably enter them in the races there. Mrs. N. Sol.tie went to San Francisco on Monday. After buying a Nlo '.'k of fall millinery sho will make a short, visit to Colusa. Mr. and Mrs. J. Morrison nnd Mr». W. Cunningham and Mrs. Chas. Cunningham have been Inking in the Lnkeport Fair this week. Allan Crabtree, tho well-known stock- buyer, was doing this vicinitv Inst week. He did no! make many purchases, as lie found stock very scarce. A man of limited means can dress as well as the millionaire by purchasing a merchant tailor made suit for nnv price t . I, the Other questions of the time were ably I well known merchants of Covelo, passed hn died by the speaker, who concluded ' through town on Wednesday enrouto to by endorsing the work of the Stato Con-j San Francisco, on business, vention in tho highest terms. | A . L. Fi«hor, the well known tomb- The, speech throughout was well re- i „t 0 ne-niiin of Sanla Ropa, has been spend- coived, and the many telling bits nnd elo- • ln(! fMR looking after the branch ' returned on Monday from several weekB' Templeton's groceries are the freshest I visit- to his rnuc.h. A largo quantity of hark will be sold under r.tlachment at the depot in Ukiah on Friday Oct. 3d. The Republican Press has begun the work oi printing tho UDW Great Register for Mendocino countv. Wreok of the Ajax, Three of the passengers of the ill-fnted steamer Ajax passed through Ukiah last Sunday en route to San Francisco. They were I. Jacobs, of Portland, Or., G. Karpe, of Los Angeles, and R. D. Bemis, of San Francisco. On Monday's train J. Lando, of Marshfiold, Or., Miss A. Flanagan, of Empire City, Or., nnd Miss L. Gnlahan, of Snn Francisco, also piissen- gerB on tho wrecked steamer, went to Sai. Francisco. From them we learned ttie particulars of the wreck. The steamer Ajax struck ou Blunt's Reef, ten miles north of Shelter Cove, and about four miles from shore, on the morning of the 18th inst.. about 0 o'clock. A most, dense fog prevailed at the time, which was entirely responsible for the disaster. It was impossible to see one- third of the ship 's length at the time she struck. After drifting about for some time it was apparent that the vessel was sinking, nnd Cnptniu Donaldson ordered the boats lowered ami the passengers and crew were transferred to them. Shelter Cove was made that afternoon without accident, nnd with the exception of the six who passed through Ukinh, they ro- mnined there to await a passing steamer going to San Francisco. The Ajax hod -'4 passengers nnd the crew numbered 20. Sho was laden with Coos Bay coal, and was the finest vessel in the Oregon Coal and Navigation Company's fleet. She was a wooden vessel, 212 feet long, 33.2 breadth of beam and a depth of lfl feet. She was built in 1888 and valued at $125,000, with an insurance of $75,000. She sank in very deep warer and it is not likely that any attempt will be made to raise her. She had made eighty round trips between San Francisco and COOB Bay, Beldom varying an bow irom schedule time. fTVT T/V » cm TO tn PUBLIC : I AM DETERMINED TO KEEP THE TRADE OP this community here. To do so, I will sell goods at as low a price as they can be bought for in nny place on the Pacific Coast. You ask why lean sell goods so cheop? Simply because I conduct my business at the very least expense, and can afford to sell goods cheap. Call and examine my stock, and see what bargains I can give you. No trouble to show goods. Election of Officers. A tract oi bind belonging to the Arthur i Captain Donaldson, her commander, quent efforts which were scattered all throuch it elicited much npplnuse. At the conclusion of Judge Hudson's speech the audience wag dismissed. A man giving ids name ns Henry Jtul- son was committed to tho county jail for thirty days for disturbing the pence, by Justice Whipple of Fort Bragg, on August 20th. Last Fridoy he celebrated his release by enrolling himself on the Great Register under another mime and then getting beastly drunk. He was promptly lodged in the calaboose nnd was a guest of the city on Friday night. Saturday ho was put tii work on the streets, hut, soon managed to got out of sight. Saturday night, however, lie loomed up with another full grown drunk and Marshal Yokum furnished him lodging. Monday morning ho was provided with a ball and chain and a shovoland again put to work on tho streets. Constable Carothers returnod last Sunday from Napa, whore ho had irone after Win. K. Segurson, who was wanted hero on a charge of obliiining money mid goods under falao pretense,".. It seems that Segurson had gone away about ten days bofore and forgot tho little matter of settling with the men whom he had oni- ployod in getting out tnnhark at, Windy Nook, this county. Claims lo the amount of over $1010 were filed aguiiiHt him. When the caso camo up before Justice l'osgo on Tuesday It was dismissed on motion of the prosecution. Tho S, F. Call in its weekly trade article soys; "Hops continue quiet. Dealers now ascribe tho deproi'sion to tho recent stringency of money iu Now York which prevented the merchants from taking all tho hops o!?ored them, (on, besides adding many iittrnctlous to It Is believed by the local trade thai'tho I his already Inrce sto.k of furniture, car- lull Is temporary. ! pets, etc. Call and look at his stock. + establishment, of Fisher A Kinslow in Ukiah. Wo hope the people of Lilllo Lake Vat- lay will turn out en masse to henrT. J. Geary, the Democraticenndidate for Congress, who speaks at Willits to-morrow evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williams had the misfortune to lose their one-year-old baby last Tuesday night. The funeral took place on Thursday morning, Rev. T. A. Aikinsoii ofi'tcrnting. Major John Oiuochio has been doing some very good work in the court house square during Ihe past weok. The Major does not like the appelation of "Colonsi," hence the change in his title. Mrs. W. T. Whitton went to Lakeport liu:t Friday. She has been spending tho week visiting friends and the Fair, while tho Major's friends in Ukinh have heon busy in keeping him tending strictly to the livery business. F. Brunner, Sr,, accompanied hv his family, went to Snn Frnncisco last •Sunday. Mr. Brnniier will improve his stay In the city by adding largely to his excellent hardware establishment in Ukinh. His family will proceed to Iowa for an extended visit. The Sonomn Democrat says: "Captain Clrosse, President of the Sonoma County Hop firowers'Ansociniinii, snys that, at least two-thirds of the hop crop in this county bus already been sold, and that the present ruling price is between 36 and -10 cents." J. W. F.vnrsole, the new furniture man Ims just returned from the city and ba» nnrehascd a Inrgci stock of picture molding, artist's mnter'nls in paint, and eray The >S. F. Call at Wednesday tins tho following ehooring news for'our wool men. "Two or three days ago a sudden littrhw the week J. K, Scougina has lisnosed of tho stock of groceries he recently purchaser! of N, M. Decker.'and demand for wool sprung up, and since i vacated his store room In the Gllt««- then some500.000 pounds have been sold I'rlcos are higher and dealers look for a still further ndvnii'.'e with a brisk Inquiry," pin -block. Carpenters nre now Imslly engaged fitting the same up for L. Abraham, who wil! move Ills Oreat (XL Storo iu there the coming wook. estate will be sold by the administrator on Saturday Oct. 4th. Work will be commenced next week on the concrete walk on the north side of tho court house square. W. English & Co., Cnlpella, are closing out business, and offer all kinds of merchandise below wholesale rates. is Mrs. L. M. Bigelow, of Los Angeles, has purchased the Haugh ranch in Eden Valley, comprising over 4,000 acres. Be advised in lime and save money by purchasing tailor mado clothing at "bed rock prices from L. Rosenberg & Co. t For the best stoves and ranges go to Brunner's. The Superiors aro the lead ing ones everywhere, l'riues way down.' 16 Joe Jacobs' Shaving Parlors is the best place in town to get a shave, hair cut, shampoo or anything else in thetonsorial lino. * Rov. W. B. Priddy returned home on Wednesday from Pacific Grove, where he had been attending tho Methodist Episcopal Conference. Considerable dissatisfaction is expressed ut the action of the City Trustees at their last meeting in permitting two violations of the fire ordinance. A pleasant birthday pnrty was given at tlie residence of.!. 13. McClnre, across the river, on Friday evening, in honor of his two sons, Nelson and William. L. Rosenberg went to San Francisco last Sunday to purchase a large stock of goods for the now firm of L. Rosenborg & Co. They are now arriving. t J. W. Eversolo went, to Snn Francisco last Sunday and returned home on Wednesday. Ho was accompanied home by his wife, who had been spending a month in the city. Judge Barham, of Santa Rosa, tho Republican nominee for Congressman from this district, is a brother of Mrs. Jas. Moore, wifo oi our ox-SheiiH', and uncle of Mrs. .1. VI. Seawull. A pleasant surprise party was tendered Rev. J.J. Martin at the residence of Dr- T. L. Rarnes on Tuesday evening. Mr. Marl in was formerly pnstor of St. Johns M. E. Church, and is hereon a visit. C.C. Thomns it Sons are busily engaged in lixing up the Tutt buildim;, next door to Ames' shoe store, nnd will open up with a full line of gent's furnishing goods and fancy dry goods about Oct. 1st. The new concrete sidewalk in front of the Mnrks building was thown open for use on Monday. The walk along the north si.-hi of tho building is also com, pleted and wil! be ready for u.so next ! week. Hinwnth:-. Parlor, No. 47, N. D. G. W., will give a •sacial dance at Smith's Opera House on Friday evening, October 3d. Admission $1.00 per couple. Tho Native Daughters promiso good music and iu- vito all lo attend. There will bo preaching at the M. E. Church, South, on next Sabbath morning and evening. Rev. J. 0. Hyden, a former paster, will preach at 11 o'clock Preaching in the evening by Rov. T. L. Duke or the paator. We iiad a pleasant call Wednosdiiy from C. E. Winning, ex -editor of tlio Point. Arena Record. Mr. Winning will shortly enter the ministry, huvlng been appointed by the recent M. K. Church conference lo a charge in Yolo county. S. ,T. Mathews, Into manager of tho Republican Press, has accepted the fore- manshlp of that oflice. Mr. Mathews Is as much ni home manipulating the types in the oflice as lie was in schooling with the politicians on the outside. Rev, N. B. McGhee, ot .Toueku, Ks., who was to have nreacheil at the Chris- thin Church in Ukiah Inst Sunday morning and evening, did not arrive uptll Sunday noon, consequently no service was held in the morning. He occupied the pulpit in the evening, Iwnvivnr, much to the satisfaction of tlio targe audience. He will preach here again next Sunday morning and evening, and may <r «>sftthlv accept the pr.Monitu of the Christian Church, which has been vacant shico the removal of Rev. Mr, Bruton to ftm FyiiuUsco. came here live years ago in an English ship, and has been in the company's employ ever since, working his way up from quartermaster. He formerly had command of the Arago and the Areata, relieving Captain .lessen of the letter vessel when ho took command cf the Humboldt. He is perhaps the youngest Captain on tiie coast, and i» regarded as a splendid navigator. Blunt's Reef, where the disaster occurred, bears almost due weft of Cape Mendocino, and is the place where the steamer Northerner struck in 1858, when 400 lives were lost. This was the worst wreck ever known on the Coast. A Good Woman Gone. Eagle Fire Company met, on Wednesday evening. Horace Hndghead, Frank Oritohfleld nnd Jock King were proposed and elected to membership. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: W. I. Bailey, Chief; 1st. Assistant, J. C. Holliday (reelected); C. H. Whitton, 2nd Assistant; S. J. Mathows, Secretaryj J. R. Johnson, Treasurer. * I M. N. Mitchell was appointed foreman of Hose cart and chose J. Milne, Jno. Ginoche, and O. W. Kinsey assistants. Tho chair appointed T. A. Asliridge, S. Hinke, and C. H. Whitten as a finance committee. The outgoing chief, W. H. Chessal, reported tlio Company in better condition than ever, with 8600 out on interest, Mr. Chessal was voted an nnnnimons resolution of thanks for the efficient and faithful manner in which he had served the ooinpany as chief. He had been a member for live years and was therefore exempt. During the five years service he had only been absent two times, and then unavoidably. Both ChesBai and A. O. Carpenter, were granted their exemption papers. A New Lumber Enterprise. We are in receipt of tho following article from the Oakland Enquirer: Jin. Ami Kliziibctb Bnrrlck ilicil on the 31st lilt, tn this city, and WAS burled yesterday from the Elffhth Avenue M. K. Church tu Kant Oakluml. of which Rhewiifl n member. She wan born iu ClrclevtUtt, Ohio, where she lived sev Ml yours. After her marriage nhc removed to Lincoln, Illinois, where sho lived nearly thirty years. She removed lo California In 18.H7, llv- iiiK 1" Ukiah until a few mouths ago, when nhe enmo with hor family to this city. She has been a faithful member ol' the M. K. ChHroh since her curly womanhood, beirjK a consistent mid useful woman, always Interested in all good works and she was especially Hetive iu the temperance can.se. For about ten years she was a Mifl'orer from that distressing di«ca*e, the astbniu, from which she finally died, lier faith was strong, intelligent and steady. A loving wife nnd mother, she won the affection and confidence ot those who knew her best. She leaves a husband, two daughters and several 5 _tep-ch!lurun, the legacy of a pnre. and self-sac rlflcing life. The family express gratitude to the neighbors who HO kindly rendered »ueh lov In LT afislstuuco In the trying hour of thefr affile, tion and sorro-.v. The deceased will be remembered by many of our citizens. Among the children who nre left to mourn tier loss is Mrs. K. W. Wells of Dkiah. Notes from Blue Lakes. There is yet somo travel to Blue Lnkes, although the season is well uuvttnccd. Incorporated Potter Valley has bettered the bridges on the routes to Lake county, and is mending her ways generally thioughout her corporate limits. It is reported that the relatives of C. A. McDonald, of Snn Frnncisco, who was drowned iu Blue Lakes recently, have attempted to change the verdict of the Coroner 's jury, fearing that the verdict as rendered might affect a life Insurance policy which the young man carried. John 8. Marsh, of Luke county, has " Kansas fuel corn" and " Nebraska bread corn," and bus purchased a mill to make meal. His neighbor, II. O. Thompson, formerly of Ukiah, nlao has some line corn. There is some talk of repairing the Witter Springs road to Upper Luke. If this is done, much of the travel that goes to Borllelt's via Lakeport will oome Dklahwnrd. A not hor road by the Thou. Lamb place would open no a targe trade between Potter Valley and Lakeport. M. Blue Lakes, £opt. 18, 1890, Notioe to Sohool T«*oh«ra. The Disi 'ATCH -Di:MooB.vr has printed a large quantity of, Month!}' lteport Cards, good for five months, which we furnish at ll.fift per hundred, or $1. for 50. These cards are B^x7 inches, and have blank spaces for giving the attendance, number of times tardy, deportment, and the standing in every study ot each pupil. Also blank spaces for the signs- Hue of the parent or guardian each month, and for Ihe signature of the teacher at end of term. The California Lumber Co., which was recently incorporated, at the head of which is M. J. C. Galvin, of Gualahi, will at once commence the erection of a mill on the south hank of the Hualula river, just opposite to the present Gualala mill. The compni.y has just purchased the Rutherford ranch, containing 1030 acres—which lies along the south bank the river,fronting on tho ocean,for $30,000. This purchase gives it a splendid mill site and a shipping place, there being a chute built there by Rutherford. Thecom- f Min.v will also build a railroad to its timber and back of Fish Rock. The railroad will run along the south bank of the Uiialnlu for some distance then across tho river and the property of the Uualula Mill Co. Tlio work will be commenced immediately and vigorously prosecuted on both the mill and railroad enterprises. A Bipe Old Atfo. J. II. ITolcomb and wife, of Belcherville, Texas, have celebrated their fifty- fifth wedding anniversary, and are slit! hale and hearty, The secret of their long life nnd good health is that they correct any slight ailment promptly, and in that way avoid serious sickness. Like most every one else, they aro most frequently troubled with constipation than any other physical disorder. To correct th,s they take St. Patrick's Pills in preference to any other, because, as Mr. Holcomb says, "They aro a mild pill am), besides, keep the whole system in good order. We prize them very highly." For sale by J. N. Magee, the arnggist. § Pat on tho Brnkes If you find you are going down hill In point of health' >'(iil!«i; strength, imp&lvcd digestion mid assimilation arc tho mark* of decline. Cheek these anil other Indications of premature decay with tho e;n;at vlUliwr and restraining tonic, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Bri'lnnlng at the fountain head, the stomach, tho Bitter* remedies its lnerncieucy. ooireata ita orrors, and tuts in vigorously 0,1 work. The digestive organ la thus enabled (o thourougbly separate from the rood its nutritive princlplci, which the blood assimilating, ia enriched, Thus la the ayitum linurtHhed, *>ud being uowrIt>he<l atrength- encd, and abnormal waste of its tissues stayed. Appetite, the power to rest well, a regular habit aro also re-establiihed. and the various ftinct- limsnvivuouocrtvaro la thetr natural »ud healthful groove, Tll« Hitters, moreover, la a apeclfio for and proventlve of malarialoomplalnts, rheumatism, bllllonsnoss and klduey troubles. Notice. Mendocino County Goal. B. F. Post. It is reported that that a coal deposit has been discoverd on the western slope of the coast range, in Mendocino county. If this report is accurate, the discovery ia one of the most important ever made in California. It adds to our resources where they aro weak. Nature lias dealt generously with us in the matter of supplying the basis for industrial activity. We have almost everything at hand except coal; for that we have had to depend on British Columbia, Australia. England and the East. As a result of this the price has been far beyond what it should have hoen, and our manufacturing industries have bean compelled to to carry a burden which placed them at a disadvantage. This discovery, if it prove correct, will end alt that, for not only will it of itself give us a vast supply, but it will athnulate~a search for other fields, and there is reason to believe that if such a search be thorougly prosecuted it will uncover numbers of extensive deposits. The Mendocino property ia in the hands of Messrs. Flood ami Macksy, which fact insures plenty of capital for its development and early results may be looked ior. With cheaper coal there are numbers of manufacturing industies .which will immediately bv force of circumstances enlarge themselves and enter into competition with tho world for the supply of our own and surrounding markets. This will create an activity the effect ot which will be found in all directions. BONM. I.KDl'OHU—Near Yorkville, September l«, 1890, to ihe wife of Clms. Ledfonl, a daughter. ITOKLE—In I'otter Valley, September 1,1890, to the wife nt John Pickle, a daughter. MATHKWS-Iu Potter Vallcv, September 10. 18(10, to the wife oT Chas. Mathews, a ton. BKRRYIIIIX-In Potter Valley, September Hi, 18D0. to the wife of Geo. HerrytaiU, a daughter. IU KB. RVAN—In Oakland, September El, Mrs. Junes Ryan, widow of the. late James Ryan, of Cuffey's Cove, Mendocino eountv, and mother of Mrs. Olift, Mrs. I^eb, Mrs. H'oduot. Mrs. Madden, Mrs. U OUEU and William Michael and Maurice Ityan. Deeeaseil wus a. native of Queens County. Ireland, and aged M years. TO ZMITT FRIENDS PATRONS ITnvIng disposed of my carriage painting business to Mr. K. W. Wells, in the future I will give my entire attention to carriage trimming At tho old stand, over Charlton's shop. Cushions, tops, dashes, eta., made on short notice, and at price* to suit the times. <*•&» Ei>. WaiGHT. For Sal*. A good stock ranch at a very-low figure. Apply to J. II. IXwchoo, Ukiah, Cal.« We find l». ViitofcS^ ftM to be ver^ extra and to give splendid satisfaction. iw about the only kind <<alle< t I'upers tbtvHiKhnnt the Mate are inalf ing campaign rates, Itut the Lakoport Amtamt knoflk* theui ill ont< by mk* tag • 'iKK«t>t J?rt* MM ->M u wy h l W\ They are now for.—W. A. Wallace, Oasis, Ify by J. N, Magee, the riri|gttla|. You should buy now, i| vou want the pick ot s,n extra roll line. ^rfctovmriuwe ?cp- • v ,"I'i i ft* My steadily increasing business for the past three years has made more commodious quarters a necessity. On the 1st of October I will move mj stock into the New Gillespie Block. I have ordered a large invoice of new goods, which will arrive in the meantime, and I shall fit up a store second to none that has ever been in Ukiah. Thanking all for psst gen* erous patronage, I cordially invite the people of Ukiah and vicinity ,to visit pie in my new quarters, where I WUV ^e;s better prepared tlum .'ttvwt-'ipj! meet their wants;.
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