Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on October 10, 1890 · Page 3
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, October 10, 1890
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TTTTTTTTTTT T T T T T T Listen I The Grand ListenI TTTTTTTTTTT T THE GRA Made several changes in the Store during the Blockade, and is now Ready for Business again. THERE IS NO DOUBT But what you can get the BERT TEA at the Grand Tea. Store for the Least Money, and the reason is that the Proprietor understands the Tea Business. Best Brands of Stockton and Ukiah Flour ! THAT ARE GUARANTEED BY BOTH MILLS, KEPT IN STOCK. TTTTTTTTTTT (Highest Prices Paid for Country Produce. 1 TTrnTTriTT Carries the LARGEST and BEST Stock of Fancy and Staple GROCERIES in Mendocino County. All Goods are Guaranteed to be the Ycry Best. T T T T T T H- 3ML Scrr, PROPRIETOR. T T T T T T Ton Always Pay For what you get, but do you always GET WHAT YOU PAY FORP YOU Don't net vlmt yon pny for if yon get I You Don't net what yon pay (or if yon pay I You Don't KP I wlmt you pny for If you pay inferior goods at regular prices. | for a quality yon don't receive. I an extravagant prli:e. And whose fault is it if you don't get what you pay for ? IT'S YOUR OWN FAULT! lU 'CUIISC you can always get full value for your money by* I. Hiding with me. BeOUISC I guarantee my GROCERIES and CANNED GOODS the beat and the freshest in Ukiah. Every one of these Facts goes to show that you ought to Trade with Temple ton. RvillClllbcr you can get a square deal for a Remember you can get a high grade of goods round dollar. for a low figure." Remember >pu can send an order and it mill receive the same attention ns 1/ you called at the store in person. Remember you pay for wliat you get and get what you pay for when you trade with my TEAS, COFFEES and SPICES are unexcelled. BeeaU .<J(: 1 sell these first-class goods nt the same prices that others ask you for inferior articles. TEMPLETON, THE GROCER, Odd Fellows Building, Stnto St., Ukiah, Cat. DISPATCH AND DEMOCRAT FRIDAY. .OcTOIIBI! 10, 1K!)0. LOCAL NEWS. If & S corsets $1 n pair nt L. RoHOubcrg & (JO'K. * TIIH SupcrviHoiH will probably adjourn to-day. (io to tho Grand Tea Store for pure groceries. 47 Ladies' corsets from 50 cculn up at The El Dorado. - 1'uroBt spices, tens, and codecs nt the Grand Tea .Store. Carl 1'iinly returned yesterday from a trip to the SiorniH. Another slock of clothing just rocoivod at lj. Rosenberg & OoV. * 50 dozen pairs kid glovt-a la Duchesse in all colors at Cert's store. * G. W. Hodwine was down from Hound Vnlloy the lirKt of the week. The freshness and purity of Templeton's groceries are guaranteed, t H. S. r .ovell, of Hound Valley, was registered at the Grand on Monday. Kresh groceries of all kinds constantly arriving at tho Grand Tea Sloro. 47 Come and soo the new fall stock just received at L. Rosenberg & Go's. * Tinny Morris has treated his newH- papor route to a now delivery cart. From 1 to lUG shares of I'kiuh Bank stock for sale. Apply to J. II. Donohoo.* A number of porsonals and interesting local items are omitted for want of space. \V. K. King, tho .Towolor, has moved into tho Gillespio building. Call and see him. * Templeton's groceries are tho freshest nnd hih prices as low as tho lowest in town. § Look ahead nnd you will find you soon need nn Imperial plow. Found at Brunnor's. 4'J The Republic/in Press has all tho uYfiil- able printers in town nt work on tho the Grent Register. C. .1. Monroe, of Lakeport, bus been in town this week superintending the shipment of his fan bark. Don't forgot that Templeton's canned fruits mo all of this year's crop. They are tho freshoHt in town. } G. IT. Snow pays tho highest cash price for poultry, eggs, hides and skins. Otlice at A. Corf's store, Ukiah, + John Gschwend, r.f Christine, ono of Mendocino's old pioneers, has been paying tho county seat a visit, this week. .loo Jacobs' Shaving Parlors is the best place in town to get a shave, hair cut, shnmpoo or anything else in thotonsorial line. * Sheriff Stnndley roturnod Monday from n trip to the coast, lie roports that his prospect for re-election never looked brighter. "When the warm days of summer come, gentle Annie," ask your fellow to treat you to some Ice Cream Soda, at Geo. Jamison's. $ Work on tho Marks building continues with abundant delay. During the week the walls have been paintod nnd the sidewalk completed- Daniel Cole, the Republican nominee for Member of the State Board of Equalization for thp Third District, WIIB in town Wednesday. L. Rosenberg & Co. have had plate glass windows placed in their storo and now have the Imest display of drygoods, boots and shoes etc. in town. * Our customers all speak highly In praise of St. Patrick's Pills. They are tho best.—Berry Bros., Carroll, Nebraska. For Halo by J. N. Magee, tho druggist, t Gluts. Stevens, of Round Valley, was one of our visitors this week. His broken log has so far improved that ho in able to circulate among his friondH willi^ the aid of a crutch. lion. J. B. Reddick, the Republican candidate for Lieutenant-Governor, and if on. Reesp Olnik will address tho citi- zpiiB of this procinct at tho court house liijs uvei:{ng. T. J. Faught, if Seolts Valley, Lake county, was among oijr visitors the lirst of tho week. Mr. Faugiit was a former resident of this county and is well known by all our old citizens. The Thomas brothers of Redwood Valley hnvo just completed tho work of marketing their prima crop. From three quarters of an acre of prune orchard they have shipped 1)001) pounds of prunes for which they received $50 a ton - It pays to raise good fruit. J. \V. Evorsohi, the now furniture man has just returned from tho city nnd lias purchased a large stock of picture molding, artist's materials in paint and crayon, besides adding many attractions to his already large stock of furniture, carpets, etc. Call nnd look at his stock, t The social dance given by tho Nntivo Dnughters ut. Smith's: Opera House Inst f''f)(lay evening wits'a very tsUccossful and enjoyable nflujr, There "was a large nt- Umdanco and everything wont off vory nicely. Tho supper at tho Palnco Ros- taunmt was simply elegant, Everybody was well pleased, and the annual nnrtles given by the Nntivo Daughters will bore- after lie looked fownrd to with much pleasure. There may bo persons In this community who are nt times troubled with colic, or subject to attacks of bowel complaint. It H 't, they should try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrluua Remedy. It will afford almost immediate roliof, and when reduced with water is pleasant to take. If taken as soon as the first indication of the discaso is felt it will wnrij oil" the attack. Many people use it in l-li'iw way, mid lh|d that it •novor finis them. \ -M> or 50 cent bottle may lie obtained from J.N. Magoo, the druggist. 1 A Substantial Reduction. The Hoard of Supervisors on Monday last fixed tho tax levy for the fiscal year at $1.75 on each $100 of the assessed valtio of property. The tax levy last vonr was $2.00. Tho levy of last year was on an assessment valuation of $11,!MI,:>;>">. This year tho valuation is reduced lo $ll,:i0o,0:l0, or $0.'B),2:i5 loss than last year, making the reduction in the lew larger than it, apparently is. Of course this substantial reduction of 25 rents will be a bittor disappointment to "OhserYcr," the local literary bureau of the Kepuhli- enn party, who assured UH all that the levy would have to be $2.10, but to the taxpayers of tho county it will he quite a boon. Tho reduction was made because the stato of tho various funds warranted it. Never in tho history of the county have the funds been in such a good condition as at present. 'Tho levy just made by the Hoard will provide ample money to enry on tho county government for tho ensuing year, and leave finances in such condition a year hence that with t. State levy at 45 or 50 cents, whichever it. may be, the tax levy in this county will be lower than it has ever been. LOCAL NEWS. Democratic Mnss Meeting's. The Democratic County candidates loft on Wednesday for a trip through the county. Mass meetings wore hold at Christine Wednesday evening, and at ISoonvilie last evening. To-night tho candidates will hold forth at Yurkvillc ami Saturday evening at Ifopland. Meetings will be held at Centerville, Monday evening, Willi tB, Tuesday evening, Hound Valley, Thursday evening, Laytonville, Friday noon, Cahto, Friday evening. The candidates will tiien proceed to the coast: A few of tho candidates have been prevented from making tho trip so far on account of pressing official duties and sickness. Hon. .1. II. Ser.well, tho nominee for State Senator, will meet tho candidates at Willits, anil address the meeting thero on Suturday evening. Just received, a full lino of plaids, stripes and plain goods, at L. Rosenberg & Co's. t You can tost Templeton's Tons in tiie store before you buy them. t The Racos. The races hold in Ukiah last woek under tho auspices of tho Park Association were only fairly well patronized- Soveral good horses were on the track and some very good racing was had. In the running race (half-mile dash) on Thursday there were four entries. Tho race was won by Fred Archer. The trotting race was won by Smooth)*, entered by J. II. Smith. Dick Turpin won the running race on Friday, and ihe trotting race was declared off. The lirst race on Saturday was won by Fred Archer, and the second by Black Fanncie. Tho Consolation race was won by Fashion. Nothing can exceed the dolighffnl, refreshing effect of a glass of Jamison's Siberian Arctic Soda. S Sanford A Son will sell you tho best meats and at the lowest possible prices. Dont fail to II ml 470. 1 Land for sale in lots to suit purchaser, on ensv terms. Inquire of W. J. liildroth, Ukiah'Valloy. V Boys' overcoats 'from -t to 1.1 years o[ age) with capos, $1.51) each nt L. Rosenberg & Co's. t Mendocino's Coal Minos. Among tho arrivals on last. Friday's train were Jan. L. Flood, Nat J. Mcsser, Barclay Henley, Chas. G. Clinch, L. C. Eraser and Geo. 11. Wells, all of San Francisco. Thoy took a conveyance flint afternoon and started for Hound Valley to inspect tho coal mines that are being opened up in that section. They returned on Tuesday, but the lips of every one in the parly were lionnolically sealed, as it were, ami nut a word of information could bo obtained from thorn as lothe object or tho result of their vjsit. T)ie purest materials and finejt ilavors are used by Geo. Jamison in lira mnuu- facture of his doliclous Soda. } For tho best stoves and ranges go to Brunnor's. The Superiors are the leading ones everywhere. Prices way down. 11 * Why swelter over a big cook stove when you can do your cooking with comfort on a gasoline stove. Can be had of all si«os and prices at Brunnor's. 40 In tho way of flno edge tools for cas- penlers and farmers, as also pocket, cutlery, vou will find the most complete ar- Hortmmitat lirunner's, at bottom prices. ,|,J Hops. Wo understand that nearly 10H0 bales of hops will bo shipped direct to Now York from this county. The .Hartlett Bros, this week shipped thojr entjro hop crop (!>{)!) bales; to floral Bros., New York City. Thoy ox poet to realize ilu cents per pound, net. N EW Yoitif, Oct. M— Five thousand bales of now hops woro purchased In tho Interior markets of this Slate and brought 40 to 45 centfl. The Intent authentic quotations for Gormnn hops are: Havarlans (11! to (IS cents, and BohomiaiiH 05 to 70 cents, duty paid. McDonald's i» the best hotel In Westport. «» Go to 470 for best monls nt lowest prices. i Look for W, English & Co's. advertisement. •• •'•• ' ' Gents' wjnlqr lies In grent variety ;}i |ow prices at L. ItoKdilierg & Oq\:. "* Mrs, Ceha llonrv, DroHtminkor, lute of Ban Francisco. Rooms at W. liallluger'n-* Registrations closed last Saturday. A full line of gouts'scarfs at The Dorado. K. P. Elliot, of Pnmo, made us a pleasant call last Saturday. A full line of gents' suspenders from 25 cents up at Tbu Kl Dorado. Geo, Clow, of BoonviMe, made us a pleasant call last Tue.,day. Lewis Hale, of l'otfer Vfdlov, was among our callers this week. A lino lino of ladies' and gents' silk handkerchiefs at Tho F;i Dorado. Tom iSr .iythe, of Greenwood, paid tho counl.v seat, a visit this week. Geo. Stevenson, of Wostporf, spent several days in town this week. Geo. Cox, of McDonald's dropped in on us for a few minutes last Monday. A full line of silks—all shades and prices—at the newstore (The Kl Dorado.)- Considerablo wool has been freighted into (own this week from the upper valleys. David Boyd, road overseer of Navarro district, was among the visitors to l ! kiah this week. Ladies' colored border hem-sliiched handkerchiefs only 5 cents at The Kl Dorado. Thero is at present a largo exodus of woodsmen from tho Mendocino coast to Senttle. Pat Kenny, of Bear Harbor, was in town this week. lie reports things lively on tho northern const. Township officers should not, fail to announce themselves in the columns of the I >ISI'ATC-II-DK.MOI'IIAT. Bruce Mnrklo, formerly of West port, but now u. Fort Bragg, spent a few days in town tho fore part of this week. The Noyo Lumber Company will next Monday consider the proposition to increase its capital stock to $1,000,000. Edwards Bros, had a tine buck hung up in their meal market last Friday, which dressed a little over 100 pounds. Wm. Ryan, of Anderson Valley, spent a few days in town this week, and made tho DISPATI'II-DKMOCKAT a pleasant call. Dr. C. M. Hates, formerly proprietor of Highland Springs, Lake county, was in Ukiah on business the first of the week. 11. C. Thompson, of Bachelor Valley, Lake county, lormerly of Ukiah, was in town this week circulating among his old friends. We had a short call from Editor Baer, of the Cloverdale Reveille,, on Tuesday, lie was on his way homo from a visit to Long Valley. Goods are being sold at. W. English it Co's. storo, Calpolla, far cheaper th-n at any place in the county. Call and bo convinced of this fact. Tom Geary, the Democratic nominee for Congress in this district, will address the citizens of Ukiah and vicinity at the court house on the evening of October flOth. C. D. Ford, of San Francisco, Treasurer of the Mendocino Lumber Co., accompanied by his wife, passed through town last Sunday on his way to San Francisco. J. W. Anett, of Calloway county, Missouri, who is working California in the interest of a lire tightner, of which ho is one of the patentees, speqt the lirst of the week in this vicinity. L. K. White, o[ San Francisco, owner of tho Greenwood and Whilesborn mill properties and other extensive lumber Interests in this county, was in (own the foro part of this week. A post of the G, A. R, was recently in- stiiuleil at Fort Bragg by Colonel Whipple, of Kureka, with twenty charter members. Tho new Poi-t was named afler General John 0. Fremont. According to the San Francisco \Voe,tl and [rim the receipts of lumber at San li'rnncisco from Mendocino county for September were: Redwood, -I,2'i5,(lli0 feet; shingles, (i.HOIl.OOJ; ties, l;),1,(|00. W. D. While left on Tuesday for a six weeks' visit in the Kast. Tlio principal object of his trip is to visit his aged father in New York Slate. The DISCATCII- DKMOCHAT wishes him a pleasant journey and a safe return. The Hnplanders and Hcnldslmrgers played a game of ball nttlie grounds of the latter a week ago Inst Sunday. At the end of the fifth inning when Ihe gnme broke up the score stood 1-1 to 7 in favor of tho Moplnnd boys. Wp are informed that work on the new Navarro mill Is progressing nicely. The framework on the lirst slory is about completed. It will be u ningnillcent structure. The cutting cnpnWty of the mill will bo 100,000 feet u day. Wo wero given n picture of tho Boon- vil'o baseball club this week by one of its admirers. They are certainly a line body of young fellows, ami none of them looks more like a baseball enthusiast than Rev. '/•. P. Millington, tho curve pitchor of the club. John C. Moore, a resident of Round Valley, Mendocino comity, died on the 2ftt!| of tl|is month, at the residence of Zeno Morrison, in Sootls Vnlloy. Mr. Moore lias been sick for about three weeks witli typhoid fever. Ho loaves a wife and soveral Bmnll children.— Lake- ]wrt Avalanche. On Thursday evening last, wo had the pleasure of attending tho public speaking at Ferndalo. Hon. Thos. Gear;', Democratic nominee for Congioss, hi tho 1st District, was the speaker of the evening. Hon. Archie Yell and Dick Beamer miulo short f.ddrosses, and then gave WHV for Mr. Geary, who made n cloar, eloquent, nnd forcible speech (if an hour. Tho assembly was composed of about 500 of thp most attentive, listeners, luid'froin their froquoht a|)pii\nse t|iov must lu\ve appro* cinted the poinlud teinitrksi of Mr. Gonrv. MiiHHre. Yell and Beamer accompanied Mr. Gearv on tho Fndav morning trnln W, Kureka, where ail have appointments to Ml.—rllydcimlh Home Juimmi. Should Bo Woll Understood. Under the provisions of the Act [Hissed by the last. Legislature, relative to scratching elect ion ballots, the following will be of interest to the volor: SI:ITI() N 10; Chapter li7l.— Tn Amontt SprMnn i .'.'IM •>( Hit! I'nllliciil Cntlc. 1'liKfs -lil, SlilllilL'S isn't: When upon it Imllnt found in nnv htillol htiv m.y miinc litis lieen erusoil tuiii tinttllier Hiiltsti- t tiled I herelnr, in tiny uther iintnner than by I lie l|se ni' it li'iid pencil nr common writing ink, the suhflIInled inline mind bit rejeeled, ttllil the inline enised, if it eiin ho iitteerliilneil from tin inspection of the itiillot, lit list, he counted, and the fuels thereof limsl he noieil upon th • htlilot, mid Mieh note must he sillied hy it nittjorUy of tin' Kleetioit Uonrd. A voter who ernsei n mime niton a ballot and snl>- stilllles no name tlierefor. shall write Ihe words " No vote" alter sui-li inline so erased, otherwise the name so erased, if it can lie tiseerltiined by an iiisttr-etiou of the ballot, must lie counted, and the fact thereof must be Holed 11 p.. 11 the b.ill'tt, !t'id such note must be signed by a minority of the Election Hoard. Or, ill other words, Ibis means if John Brown is on a licket for Governor, anil the voter wauls lo scratch Brown 's name oil and insert that of Smith, ho must do so plainly, so there can be no mistake; or, il he does not wish to vote for any one else, he must, after scratching oil' the name of Brown insert in its place the words "no vote," anil then it is not counted for Brown or any one else. LflCAli iSBWS. Death of James M. Havens. . Havens was born in Missouri in and was aged ;?S years, 5 months 2 days. He diet! nt the home of his Havens, in Buda, Texas, Mr 1R02, and 2 lirollier, John on tho 27th of September, 1S00, after suffering about two months from asthma and dropsoy. Lately he professed religion and joined ihe Methodist Church, South, and manifested a great ileal of interest, in all religious matters, always giving testimony for tho Savior when opportunity afforded. Our dear young brother had lived long enough among us to show the manner of life ho proposed to live. He leaves four brothers, Hedge, John, Felix (his twin brother) and Hen- rv, besides many dear friends to mourn his loss. During his six months'stay in Mendocino county, Mr. Havens made n host of friends among the oltl as well as young, who greatly sympathize with the bereaved in this great loss. *#* Calptlla, Oct. S, 185)0. A Fine Store. was saun- A reporter of the DISCAIT „ toring around tho lirst of the week admiring tho many improvements made in Ukiah the past season and among the many attractive fenlnros of the town that caught his eye was the now- store of C. IT. Whitten, the saddler. It is really a surprise to see the largo stock of goods he carries, and the commodious room he has in the Dowling block enables him to display them in an attractive manner. Besides the large stock of harness and sad­ dlery goods that he carries at all times, he has now a line lino of horse clothing, winter robes, etc. The fact is Mr. Whitten always has a nice lot of seasonable goods, ami in every particular hU store is a credit to Ukiah. * A Now Store. TM ?,i n ' nobbiest stores in town is Ihe I'd Dorado, on State Street, south of Grand Hotel block. It has just been opened with nn eleiratit slock of dry goods. Tho peoploof Ukiah should not hill to call nt Tho Kl Dorado ami examine the line lot of goods to he f :uind thoro. Archibald Yell, regular nominee of the Democratic parly for Railroad Commissioner of this district, .v.-spootfully solicits the support, of the people of the northern district. We have known Archio Yell for many years, when he worked in a logging camp, an a practicing lawyer, ns District Attorney, as Assemblyman nnd as a representative in the Senate. He has done more for Ukiah and Mem(oeino county than any live men living in it, atnl I iio pO'ipie will nppreciato it. by giving him a rousing vote. Wo intend to vole for him. not because he is a. Democrat, but because we honestly believe that as Railroad Commissioner ho can and will do more d.r Idjimboldt county than any other man whom tho people could elect. —II i/ileseille Ufituilutlill /..'o.) Home Juur- llllt. place to •17 at; fiO The Grand Tea Store is tho get groceries. Fresh lard at Edwards Bros, cents to $1 a can. F. Brnniior is agent'for several kinds of iron ami Ftecl fencing. -in Call nnd see the new shoo department and Hie prices of shoes at L, Kosouhenr & Co's. ' # A Bipo Old A*re, J. IT. llolcomb and wife, of Bolchor- villo, Texas, have celebrated their llfty- liflli wedding anniversary, and are still bale and hearty. Tbcsecret of their long life and good health is that they correct any slight ailment promptly, and in Unit way avoid serious sickness. Like most overy ono else, thoy me tuost (ruijuonlly troubled with constipation than any other physical disorder. To correct this thoy tnlie St. Patrick's Pills in preference to any other, because, as Mr. llolcomb says, "They are n mild pill anil, upsides, keep '.he wholo sysipiu \i\ good order. We prizo llinni vury highly," For side by .1. N. Ma.gee, the druggist, v Wo llnd St. Patrick's Pills to be very extra ami to give splendid satisfaction. They are now about tiie only kind called lor.—W. A. WIIIIIU'O.OIIHIH, In. For sale by ,I, N. Magec, the druggist. t Full line of overcoats at L. Rosenhor? & Co 's. t Flour and feed of all kinds at the Grand Tea Store. *: Three p muds of good stake for 2, > cents at No. 470. 1 Kaslern goods at Kasf"rn prices nt The Ei Dorado. Siberian A relic—best, quality—ut Geo. Jamison's. t S. W. Knowles, of Cloverdale, visited Ukiah this week. Fruit and vegetables o'.' all kinds at the Grand Tea Storo. ''" J. J. Livornash, of the Ilealdsburg Enterprise is in town. John Kastwood of San Jose, formerly of Ukiah, is in town. II. A. Kldred, of Hound Valley, was among our visitors this week. Silk stripes and plaid serge only $1.3(1 per yard at The Kl Dorado. New stock of flannelettes at 12'i cents a yard til L. Rosenberg A Co's. t Mr. J. C. Gnlvin, of Gnahila, was in Ukiah this week, attending court. Rodney Phillips, of Greenwood, spent several days among us this week. Cale Young, of Gualala, wits among the visitors to the county scat this week. The Kl Dorado has a lino lino of all wool forty-six inch Henrietta at $1 yd. .Miss Rosa Hall, of Whiteshnro, came over last week to attend school in Ukiah. Mr. anil Mrs. S. Hornbook, of Round Vallev, spent a portion of last week in Ukiah. Gents' hnlf-hosc, warranted stainless fast black, ouly 26 cents nt Tho El Dorado. Mrs. J. Q. White lias gone to Oakland to visit relations and friends for a few- weeks. Full line of Ladies underwear, wool merino nnd cotton, nt L. Rosenberg & Co's. f Things are still lively and prices are still lower at W. Englisii & Co's., Calpella. ? Quality and prices, the inniii objects at 470- Do not bo misled by any other number. 1 Dr. II. II. Mitchell returned Inst week from his extended visit to the northern part of this State. J. H. Bradden, of Cahto, visited Ukiah this week, and did not forgot lo give Ihe DISPATCH oltico a call. If you want to see an elegant lino of fancy dry goods go to \V. A. IIolTmans— they are now arriving. Mart Baechtel and son Harry, of Willits, spent a couple of days in town the latter part of last week. Tho official returns of census office gives Mendocino comity a population of 17,571!, an increase of 4,77o siuco LSSO. A splendid view of tho Mondocino Stato Insano Asylum, as it will be when completed, has been nlnced in tho Grand Hotel. Services at the Presbyterian church, next Sunday at il A. M. and 7."to c. M. Sunday School at closo of morning services, Miss. Jennie Luce left yesterday to attend the M. K. Church, South, Conference which is now in sossioii nt Santa Rosa. Mrs, Koto Asblll passed through town the latter pari of last week on route to Humboldt county, where she will spend tho wintor. Wm. Ford, of Ukiah nnd Wm. English of Calpolla, are among the attendants at tho M. E. Church, South,.Conference at Santa Rosa. Miss Maud Briggs, of Fresno, and Miss Vova Ilaigh, of Ilei\!o,sburg, who havo been visiting tho family of W. II. Forse for a couple of weeks, left for homo on Tuesday. ' The McKinloy tariff bill has been signed by the President, and although it has resulted in a raise in the value of all kinds of dry-goods L. linscnboyg A Co. are selling i|t (iricos lower than ever. * J. L. Johnson, of Fort Bragg, canio over froiM tho on Tuesday. Hero- turned on Wodnesduy, and was accom- liunied homo by his wife, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Sllber- liom, of Cnlpelht. 1). Klklns, of Yorkvillo. has been in town this wook on business before the Board of Supervisors. Dave is the present Road Overseer of tho Yorkville Road District, and informu us that he is a candidate for re-election. Dr. Frank Cornwall, of San Francisco, who makes a specialty of treating diseases of the eye, ear and throat will come up next Saturday (to-morrow) to operate on several cases. Ho can bo found at the otlice of Dr. G. W. Stout. W. Kngljsli A Co., of Calpolla, are houptl to sell their entire stock of mer- elumdiso at Culpelln. Porsons who are about to lay in a stock of wintor goods will do well to call and see the romnrk- nhle bargains that, tiro offered, -' An erroneous idea scorns to be widely onlertaincd that there will bo another Mechanics' Fair excursion given by ihe S. F. A N, P. Ivy., on to-morrow. Agent Johnson informs UH that no excursion from this place lias heon arranged for thai, dale. H. L. Ehtes, of Point Arena, earns over with the family of D. Tanner on Tuesday nnd weiit, to San Francisco the following day. Mr. Tun nor luis disposed of his hotel business in Point Aronn nnd will leave for the Enst in u few days on an Important business trip. The Republican candidate for Sherill, J. R. Johnson, got lost between Ukiah am! Orr's Hot. Springs Inst Saturday evening, and laid out all ninjil. When he started out in the morning to Mini where he was. he had not gone over 26i» yards before he came upon the Hot fcipritHjH Hotel usnrcss We are still agitating ^ Unheard-of Bargains. We leave you to judge if our NEW FALL CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS Carefully look over items below and you will find lots to interest yea. In Clothing We Have are not lower than ever. Fine all-wool Cnssimere Suits, worth $15, nt. Kxtrasize Suits, all-wool, worth ifl7.50, ut Very line Dress Suits, worth $25, at Hoys' Suits, knee pants *v" ™ henvy Tweed Suits, silk mixed, worth $16.50, at.. « tn J M e ,« aC i k ,f ° rJt ?t' i 8ilk li,,ish ' worth »S». for..... 18 50 ShWfted Dress Overcoats, worth *25, at Fr0m U - b0 U P- . I B*~We can fit the largest man or ihe'smaUest boy'in towZ In Underwear We Have .$12 60 . 16(0 25 60 Natural all-wool Undershirts and Drawers, worth if 1.50, nt $ 1 00 I I he natural all-wool Goods Hint we sell are Wonder* at 1 50 I'lne nnd heavy nil-wool Scarlet Shirts nnd Drawers wor lid. 75, ut.. V leuna, the best value ever seen, worth $1.75, at... . Heavy Merino Shirts and Drawers, worth 75c, at. Uliese goods are soft, and free from bwrs or Uicken.) l PFR H 'sLlT rmg thB ti,!6Kt goodS mttde ' Mk to we thow w» $1 « 60 Our L. In Stock SELL AT $7 Cut Prices will be the Rule our NECKWEAR nu4 HAT DEPARTMENTS for the of Fine Crush Hats and Late Style ROSENBERG & Block, 8tate St., Ukiah, next 60 stiff days. shapes Grand Hotel CO Cal. Flag: liaising- at Oovalo. Kditor DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT r™ On last Friday the American Flag wns raised over the school house in this place The occasion called together quite a large number of persons from all parts of the valley. The school is presided over by Air. .1. S. Barbee, who is the principal of the school, assisted by Mrs. Artie Brown. The exerciseB were commenced by a son;; by the school, followed by a prayer hy Hev. J. W. Atherson, alter winch the Hat; wi» raised over t he school house by lieilha Brown. Halph Van Dyke delivered an oration which was very interesting and instructive. Tho poem entitled " The Amercan Flag" was recited by Hazel Handy. Roy Hea read nn essay entitled "The American Flag," which was very well written nnd rend. Tho poem " Our Country " was recited by Frank Updograt:. 'The poem entitled " Flower of Liberty" was recited by Dora Henley, and was very well rendered. The exercises wore closed by a song from the school entitled "The Red, White and Klue. J.K. C. tlovolo, October I, ISM. Notice to School Teachers. The Great IXL Store CONTINUES TO RECEIVE NEW -:- GOODS 1 Among the arrivals this week was a fine line of HATS/ Another lot of FINE TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING, An Elegant Display of LADIES', GENTS and CHILDREN 'S UNDERWEAR, WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, a Full Line of, BOOTS and SHOES, Etc, Etc. These (Jootfs are all New, of First Quality, and will be s»!d at Remarkably Low Figures. Call and inspect my Splendid Stock and aee for yourself the Bargains I am offering. Tho IHSPATCH-UHMOCKAT has printed tt lai'Ko quantity of Monthly Report Canto, good tor five nioiithH, which we nirninh nt $1.50 per hundred, or !tl for fiO. TheHe ranto are :i'.j>;7 Inches, and Imvo hhmk Bpaoen fur giving the attend- unco, miniher of I imes tnrdy, deportment, ami tho Htundin^ in every study of each pupil. Also hhmk spaces for the signature of the pamnt or guardian each month, and fur Hie signature of the toucher ttl end of term. Court Proceeding's, -De- H ON . it. M C U AHVKY, P HKUDINO. OOTOKHK TBKM. M I' .luiu 'N VH Ofu'iir \V Ijtiy—Continued. S.'oui My Suviiitfs KmiIt \H L Wllliinunnu nitirirr overrule} lOhl dofuiidiuit allowed 10 d»y« to answer. J H \Yjilu«*r vs H IH CredMorH—Continued. N M Mfc.-ki'i* VH 111 M C A V . I torn—Continued, M I* Jmit 'H VH A Mi'CU'llmi'i—Domui iiT u> coin- plitinl wiihdrawn and defrrulitnt u I lowed it) dnys iii Hte miswer. (U-o Anthony vs Ilia Creditors—Sheriff up- puiMK'd iisbltfiiee. Miirhi MrlhniKUll vs llueh McPoiiKall—De- fi'iidiint ctmfeMHt's error nnd ullowed 10 duya to fill' ItllKWlU'. iVnnlu VH John Mi'Au ',1fH»— Fouud Kuilty nf lisstinll with dciidlv wi'tipon tiud »L '>tt>'n<»i>d to 't yours :U fityu l^ut'iltln, .his Moor vs 'L I OH I Moor—8ubin!i.ted fat (llMUfdnil. Crt'i-iuvood ltuilroiid Co vw Thos McDonnH — Judgment for defendant l'or *100. lVo;>U> VH John Dolltir—Found guilty of as- stiull whh ih-iiilly wi'iipnn and anilcnced to ii yt-iirs at K O I MOID. IVoplo VH John IJmna—1M »'M '1 guilty of highway rul'iiury uud sentenced to S years ut H HII limntin. Following citizens wero lnituruliz.'d—Martin Ahem, Chas Felton, Mortimer I'utlllpH, Ueorno I) Joyce. M J c Calvin VH GmilnlK Mill Oo-Ou trial at Thui'Hduy noon, OclnherH, lh!K). For Rent, A dwelling house with H I* rooimfl, welt, barn, wagon Hhed— within rive ItUvkn of the court hotiHG. * 0. W. McCl .KlX.iK. Far Sale. Gillespie Block. FROM BAN EL, A cow-boy eflmo in from tho liilli To uttend the political drills, His cash growing ulender, Ho went on u bender, And ir.r-rled In jail wlih bis bills. To'a big bill a bar-keeper aworu, And a landlord demanded hla gord. At tbe atuhte of Kashion Ul» horse made a mash ou Some barley sacka- aeven or more. He would give anything to be free. And escape the results ot bis aproe. Btnce strong walls had fenced him All things seemed agaluit him. " I'll deal from tho bottom," said he. While the jailer indulged in « snore, lit carved a big hole through the floor; And through it skedaddled, And saddled and gtmddled His horse, and "pulled for the shoe*," Hie oredltors never wilt tell How ihe cow*boy &uoce«d«d so well. Hehaa gone to the raoes,— Prom him aro no traces Slued he pulled his frolgln out of Hauel. _ UtLIOUS. flliaken Out at Qoxi-, Creat IXL Store. Tmahuror'g Monthly BUtamsnt. Kolloirlng ia the report of County TroaannK Gibson lor Ihe month ending Auguafc31j 180 : A gooil Htock ranch at a very !mv (Inure. Apply to J. II. Itonohoe, Ukiah, Citl. 4 ' By uialiir'.n illMtjnie, ttie Uuman iut>ichinBrv cannot hulf p^vforni ltd utlU'u. Olg<t»tton, soor-Jllon, evacuntlou «r« dlucrdered, the blood become wtitecy, tho nerves fevule. thy couutonance ghastly, nli *c|> illstiirbud and upulltu capricious. Teniblu t<« IhlH dlsefiH^, foil Its cfliittu-.tuenLH'ii. Thero Is. however, u kunwu nntliluto to the miohuinlic poison, nnd u eeitnln nitre Ktiord Hgatnst it. ia mulfirioiis i-ogUinfi of our Uouth nnd West, In Honth Amvi'len. <.iiiHteiunlu nnd on the iHlhutus of Pnnunta. us well as In trHnsinar- tuo iroutitr'.es'.vhere the scourge exist?, inimlt' utile prnventlve utitl remedy, llnstetler'nsttiinncb Bitters, I IHH , ilnrhig the lust ;k» yi-tirs, been eons- ttintly v^iitenlnK the itreit of its uselnJlncts, uud duiur.u.itralir.jf Its soverelun veltie. Liver eoni- plHlnt, dvnpepsin. i oiisllpittlon, kidney trouble, rheuniHtiHin slid debility trci xll i/>niedUd by It, Demouratlc KAII * Meetlnsa. 3*pt. 1,-lwOu—ltalrtiiee ou haud. RKCEtrTB. School I.unds, Interest I M StH : KlU)', Heenves Chits T Lee, redpt bttt.l GPTutlle, " '• W K Dillingham, exm'n fees. Kiles Ivcrstnn, redt eer No. oil. J S Kimball, 43. C P rtmlth. State poll tax C P SoiltU, personal prop-tax. 0 P dintth, hospital tax I. F Long, redpl cert So. 159. J, l> Montague, " V SI... jAjudie, *' " 1C0.-..' Will Huutlay, fines of J V ... 75 U0 41 00 22 t:o S 53 83 no 22 94 u aa 2000 oo 1000 w 1000 00 169 00 9 87 M70 10 00 4,448 SO Total. DtsBuasiMKHia. jitate School Fund . . ICstnte of deeased persona Cou tty Qeueral Fand salary Fnud County Sehool Fund ... Sohnol Library Fund Sehool Dlst Special Fnud Redemption Tax wtts a I 74 DIM 26 1S64 14 1301 67 U2 03 W K MUX 7M» U Balaace on hand Oot. I, 1890 t *l,l4| W A Wager. That Standley will be Elected Sheriff VMS i^nvera! Isnndri'tl inbn wern dweimrged I KH I WHok iroiit iho wexxU and iiillla of tli« I'^ort Wruig and i'M'idiiu t"r ««K mill cnmpmilos. :' unUorrttiiiHt that the uiUle- will .«Urt MP aKua-.befom long. A H will bo noeu by uniioimveniHiit. In mir advertittinx coiiimris, Mio Democratic comity raqitldnteH will m«et tho voters oi Mmidwiiin <!!iuiitv in Ihoir respective i piecinctH iltiruit' " ! » preHout ntonih. Tho cnndidatoH will Klitrt out on Uctoher -St|i nud t!ottUiuio their Journey Ihrotiijh the comity..until Novem'*r.-:.lBt,' The datea (or tliolr: V I H II H to tho v«rlDn»r :pls (MW '''.«UI: bo.fouiKl tu llio utuior .tiu'eiaenttf VeriWng col'lipns W«,.b8>p $Sl nent|eiii «tt whu -fill make IhHtir /X recepUon (roin >mr ysople; Ths above ami been deposited Dispsatoh-'Oom will bo wagov ed above. ' ' isiukP.r t. uaultfhL

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