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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 1, 1897, Woodland, California                               VOL. XXXVII. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY EVENING-, JLNE I, IJsilT. KO. 13O. BRIEF CITY NEWS _ fi> I'niJlJ Events oi interest in woodland Local Items of More or Less Interest Picked up Here and There On the Wing. again convened Mr. Hopkins announced that the people rested. Counsel for defendant waived an j opening statement and called (jeorge Tobias, who testified in regard to the. strange actions (if it man in the East j End fialoon on the tiitrht of the fire. j Voorhees WHS called to contra-i diet statements made by the witness Mr9. Bertha Diamond was next called and testified in regard to seeing Colhnn and Shephard running to the firp. She was be tnt! cross-examined by Hopkins when our account closed. The weather bureau predicts slightly warmer weather for Wednesday, with a lirfht norther. The directors of the Athletic Club will hold a meeting in New Armory Hail at 8 o'clock this evening. Ail of the vi8iting Knights of Pythias and ladies from Sacramento returned home on the morning train. Miss Agnes Breen has resumed her duties at the Bon Bon, after having gone through a severe case of measles. The change in the arrival of first train from the north in the afternoon took place today. It now arrives at o'clock. The condition of A. W. Eiere, who has been lying critically ill at his home in the East End, is reported to be better this afternoon. Hon. Hart North, of Alameda, and his futher, George North, of Winters, were in this city today attending to some legal business. The fial of Randolph Friell, charged with battery, will take place at Guinda, on Thursday. Arthur C. Huston, of this city, will defend the prisoner. The attorney of S. D. Worden applied to the Federal Court hi San Francisco tlila afternoon for a writ oi habeas cor- pus to stay the execution of Worden. The Williams line has posted notices around town giving the time of arrival and departure of stages between Williams and Allen and Bartlett Springs. The band boys are commencing to make arrangements for their picnic to be given at Coil's Grove on June 20th. It will be made one of the most pleasant events of the season. The State bureau of highways organ- ized at Sacramento today and elected A. L. Henry, editor of the Di.mn Tribune, secretary Isadora stenographer, and Duncan McCollum, janitor. M KICKED BY A HORSE. The Little Son of A. M. Eaton Seri- ously Injured. Marion, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Eaton, met with a frightful accident about 11 o'clock this It is miraculous that the little child was no' instantly killed. Marion, in company with a number of other boys, was playing around the barn in the rear of Mr. Eaton's resi- dence on First street. Something in- cited the little fellow to play that he was conducting a livery stable. Going into the building he proceeded to feed a horse which was tied therein. The animal would not eat, so the lad concluded that lie would compel him to devour the food. He procured a email stick and commenced to poke the horse in the hind legs. The horse began to kick. It hit the child a terrific blow in the face, knock- ing out several teeth, fracturing the collar bone and cutting a big gaeh across the chin. Chas. Gammill, who was at work in the barn painting a buggy, ran to the child's assistance and the poor little siriTerer was taken into the house. A physician was immediately sum- moned and dressed the wounds, which are not necessarily tatal, but of a very serious nature. GRADUATED, Grammar School Pupils Who Passed the Examination, tiio ulttBB wang two Germnn fonys wilii grace and spirit. Oral examinations and competitive are being held in all the. clas'-cw. Next week the senior and preparatory ch.r-es will have written PURELY PERSONAL juiia McDermott, from Movements of Persons ProfflmeDt ha--- entered the academy as u boarder. in Society and Business, each month besides hits salary from the city. If thi' salary law ia constitutional thy m.in-hal will net left, except in civil as under the ntw law the eon- stablea me not allowed any fees for hut are Paid Last Saturday Miss Hegarty was ten- dered a warm welcome home to her alma mater, Holy Rosary. The County Board of Education Con- cludes the Review of Papers For Graduation. During the past two weeks the entire county board of busy examining education haa been the papers of the graduating classes of the various gram- mar grade schools of the county. The percentage which the successful ones had to attain this year was SO per cent. Heretofore it has been 75 per cent. The following is the list of the graduates: Woodland May Boggs, Court Calendar. The following bufineeH was transacted by .I'idiie Gaddis this morning: Estate of W. N. Brooks, deceased Lett'-rs of administration ordered issued to Hjrence Chapm'an. Bot.d fixed ut K-'ate of S. A. Howard, deceased Hearing final account passed one week. of J. P. Shantz, deceased Final account allowed and adminis- trator discharged. Estate of E. Majors, deceased Ac- count and petition for confirmation settled and allowed. West Vnlley Lumber Company vs. Win. Wallace Motion to parts of complaint arcued strike out mid taken Heard Spence, Georgia Fenner, Grace under advisement. A LIVELY SCRAMBLE. John Crane and W. L Rannells Come to Blows. THE COLLTJM TEIAL. Frank Keller's Narrow Escape From Punishment. The trial of Phil Coll urn, charged with artnii, was resumed in the Superior Court at 1 :HO o'clock today. It is the general opinion that ttie case will not go to the juiy before Saturday next. Trie first witness called was Miss Nora Andrews, who testified further in regard to ttie statements made to the itiMir.inee companies. J. B. Lawson was called and testified to hauling the old safe from the woolen mills lo J. B. Wulden's siore. County Clerk Dune in and Under- lilcenfi' Biown were then called and in regard to the isfiiiarice-of a bi'.nch warrant for the defendant. They "also identified aorne records. District Attorney Hopnina called for Frank Keller, but. there was no re- sponse. The bailiff" called his name at the door, and still no answer. Judge Hart, then ordered, that the defaulting witness be arrested and brought into court al once. Deputy-Sheriff Hughes proceeded at once to obey the orders of the court, and in a short time he returned with Keller. Upon being asked for an explanation of liis actions Keller replied that he had been around the courtroom all morning and, not being called, thought he would take a Stroll to the depot, which he di.i, Hnd was returning when arrested. Judge Hart did not like such actions and did not intend to tolerate them. lie. told Kf Her that almost, any judge would send a witness lo jail for such an offence. The court, however, took into consideration the youth of the offender, and, after dealing out a severe lecture, which all witnesses should bear in mind, he allowed Keller to go. Mr. Hopkins took the stand to ex- plain about not having been able to obtain the statements of the amount of Block on hand from ttie insurance com- panies after they had effected settle- ment with the defendant. At thii tinge of the proceedings a recefli WM taken and when court [E WSP A PER fl R C HIV E The neighborhood of north Fourth street was the scene of considerable trouble at an early hour on Monday- morning. John Crane, the shoemaker, and his neighbor, W. L. Rannella, met an J gave vent to their opinion of one another, which resulted in Crane being hit over the head with a picket in the hands of Rannells, while Rannells re- ceived several right-handers from Crane. The difficulty began bv Rannelle claiming that Crane had been guilty of making derogatory remarke about him. Crane heard of Kannells' accusation anri proceeded to square things. He evi- dently became quite noisy over the matter, as the whole neighborhood was aroused. Alter the battle was over Rannelle proceeded to Judg- Rubles' court and procured a warrant charging Crane with disturbing the peace. The case will be! oired in court on next Saturday. 'Holt, Albia Elvira Dickinson, Mollie Etta Roseberry, Myrtle Galbraith, Clarence O. Dickson, Willie B. Dingle, Rose A, Martinelli, Chaa. J. Barnea, Walter W. Jacobs, Florence Voorhees, Eva Miller, Will 8. Hyuian, Chelton Hill, Estella Tuck, Fannie Simpaon, Howard Marshall, Olie White, Allah Jacobs, Will C. Han- Uium, Bertie C. Colburn, Willie Lonerus, Tufts. Yolo Rogers, Louie Eccleston, Grace Cecil, Virginia Klaye, Peter Brannigan. Jr. Cacheville J. Mackle, Kate Morris, Edgar L. Pockman, Ver- nou Cannell, Wilhetta C. Haydeu, Esther Elton, Clyde F. Hayden. Liberty Eugene Mezger, Grace Hatcher, Anna F. L. Kergel. Oat Creek Hiatt. Maenie Hiatt, Ethel Murpby, Mae Cutler. Eureka L. Huber. Winters Dunlon, Win. Wealthy Howard. Buckeye Brrttin. Gordon Mast, Phella M. Archer. Guinda A. Miller, Beulah Snyder, Helen May Steele, Ivy E. Everett. Spring Lake Pay. Pleasant Prairie Wilkendorf. Merritt district Evelyn LaMon- tugne, Edward Krull, Stella Arnmons, Delia Dan Webber. Washington K.Clifton. Esparto district Minnie Stephens, Sara C. Johnson, W. W. Adams, D. II. Gilliam, Ethyl McHenry. Cotton wood Stevens. Cadanaasa J. Harley. Center C. Mast. Capay M. Coburn. McNe.ir vs. Hershey, et for new trial argued and taken under advisement. Estate of II. B. Wood, cree of notice to creditors established. M. E. Nelson vs. Yolo County Agri- cultural allowed fifteen days to file an answer. Pacific States Building Loan Asso- ciation vs. G. VV. Myriok, et fendant allowed fifteen days to file an answer. Allen Springs. It ia a good thing to shake the har- ness completely off the hack once in a while and to have no bait in the mouth. The harness of work and the curb of in- Social Gossip of Interest About People Who Dwell in Woodland and Suburban Districts. Jacob Tillmau went to Sacramento this morning. Mrs. Ella Welch went to Davisville tills afternoon. John Ridley came down from Dunni gar i this aueinoon. Father Hynes went to Sacramento on the afternoon train. R. H. Beamer went to San Francisco ou the afternoon train. Cameron Ball was an arrival from Willows this afternoon. Mrs. Theo. Muegge went to Sun Fran- cisco on the morning train. Daiajr Hillikerwent to San Fran- cisco on the morning train. Judge Hart was an arrival from Sac- r.imento on the noon train. ]Mrn. B. F. Liggett, of Davisville, visited in thiH city on Monday. Mrs. E. A. Bentley was an arrival from San Francisco Monday evening, Harry Adams and wife left San Fran- cisco on Sunday last for Los Angeles. Chas. A. Noe and wife returned to .San Francisco on this morning's train. Detective J. A. Gibson, of Sacra- Persistent Beggars. While the couth-bound train was I Htanding at F.lmira Monday afternoon the besieged by a lot of j vagrants, all of whom were more or leea under the imiuence of liquor. They were very persistent and when put off the train by the brukemen one of .them drew an ugly looking razor and threatened to disembowel one of the train men. If the orakeuian had been armed, as is his custom, there wooid probably have been something more serious to chronicle. N. S. 6. W. Picnic. Don't forget the evening of June llth. There is going to be a big time out at Coil's Grove, the occasion being a moon- light picnic given under the auspices of Woodland Parlor, N. S. G. W. i The Natives are sparing no efforts to make thia affair the social event of the season and the younz folks of thia com- munity, as well ap older ones, cannot afford to miss it. Off for the Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Bean, Mrs. L. O. her son, John D., will leave tomorrow morning for Paris, Mis- souri, where they will visit relatives and friends. They expect to be absent from the State about six weeks. Will Bean, wife and baby arrived from Fresno on last night's train and will remain in this city during the ab- sence of the party. come cling too tenaciously to most of j raeuto, attended the memorial services Thia ie an appropriate time to take these matters into consideration. Those ho are able to do so should not fail to lake a summer outiug. We know of no better place to go this season than Allen Springs, a summer resort under the effi- cient management of H. W. Laugenour. Three Vasrs. John Ryan, Joe Kelly und Ed Sum- imera, the three hobos who were arrested by Officer Tobias last Saturday night npon suspicion of having stolen prop. urty in their possession, were arraigned Judge Rugglen this morning. They were charged with vagrancy, bu! ns there did not seem to be sufflcien evidence to bold them, the court or d.ered the trio discharged. i A Gymnasium. On College street may be seen a spectacle which shows that to make an outdoor gymnasium is one of the easiest I :n the world, if you have the room. A vaulting pole, rings, horizontal bars, Indian clubs and dumb-bells all A Second Operation. Josh Sovereign, underwent ii surgical operation at the Mater Miseri- t-ordiae Hospital in Sacramento sev- eral weeks ago am1 returned home Sunday, left for Sacramento again today to undergo a second operation. '1 his operation will not, be such a serious character as the fi-st and his complete recovery is expected in a short time. He was accompanied by his wife. Caught in a Pulley. A man employed on I'. Diggs' ranch got his hand caught in the pulley of a derrick-fork this afternoon and had several fingers badly lacerated. He was brought to this city about 4 o'clock and Doctors Kier and Voisard attended the injuries. Two of the fingers had to be amputated. Darby Located. M. M. Darby, who from hie home in .Sutler county quite sud- denly one day week, and over Rumaey May U'atkins. j a space less than thirty-feet square. Vhe cont is insignificant and the family ih provided with something which phy- -iciiins r'ay is the greatest uid to health in this city. IVIrs. Doose and Misseb Cransburg and Stephens left on this morning's train for San Francisco. 0. H. P. Sheets and Geo. McCandleas, two popular traveling men, were in this city on Monday. 1. Ueidenfelt, of Fresno, who has been visiting in this city, returned home this afternoon. Mrs. Daisy Hobson and baby came up from San Francisco last Sunday to visit It. H. Beamer and family. Mrs. R. K, Martin was a passenger to San Francisco this morning, where she will remain for some time. Meadames H. M. Hord, M. O. Had- ing and J. P. Welch left for Williams on the noon train to vinit friends. W. W. Van Valkpnburgh and Miss May Brown came up from San Fran- cisco on Monday evening's Irani. Mrs. Chaa Capelle and Mrs. Broderick lijft on this morning's train for llan- t'ord, where they will visit frienda. MEETING WITH SUCCESS. I The Proposition to Establish a High School at College City. A meeting o-f the pesiden'K and tax- payers of Northern Yolo and Southern oluaa counties was held ut College last Sat arday for the purpose of discussing tl advisability of ebtab- hl--liing a high school at that town to lake the ph icn of the college recently closed on ace ount of a luck of funds. The nieeli jig waa well attended and the unaniui DUP sentiment seemed to be 't fO'l Jid. Tour of Inspection. A (special train of four Pullman crirp i' rived in Woodlnti i aVnit 11 o'clock tnie morning having on hoard (iennnl Manager ICru tpchnitt 'itvi n number of oilier hitih of ttie railroad com- p my. The party arc making an in- rijiection f the road They remained in tliit i-ity i. bout twenty minutes and then south. that u school should cstab- should liehcd, and thiit, ii it be in readiness for the fall term. A comwi ittee was appointed in earli of the distrusts to be included lor the purpose obtaining the reqti'fiite num- ber of to a. petition that rnuHt be tiled with the school superin- tendents of Volo and counties. Upon the presentation of petitions the s.upCvrintiTiidenta must call an election to held in their respective counties, to vote, on the proposition. The of the defunct college at t.he ineetiii'j- to donate the Examination. examination of applicants Th t'-ficherH' certificates war1 bo Main "treet Hchoitlh nii Miidci the direction for cotnme.riced :it iise thid rnorn- ol County MI- GOT HIS DESERTS. Alt Kee Found Guilty of Indecent Exposure. -ure, was tried morning and Ah Kee, the Chinaman who wa.i ar i-ted la-it SitIHday upon u charge o! indecent vxj b'-fore Uuuglca found guiltv. 'I In- ens" u us hcan il'i'ii" on luvO'Hit ot the lender ol tin- Isttie v. !io ugains-t the ti.-'.lli'. I'ln- di-cln.-ed nothing liiili.er, al'iio'igh -ijb-tai-.ti.ilir.g In-: already b-'-n p'ibli-hed. Itthor Berry, the Murderer. James Berry, the colored man who recently killed his wife at Modesto, plead guilty and has been sentenced to he hanged, is well-known by several Woodland people. For seven years be worked in a brick yard in Missouri which was conducted by D. O. Bean, of this citv. One From Winters. Constable Henry Judy came over from Winters today having in charge James Smith, who will spend the next ten ditys in the county jail, upon the decree of Jucige Moody. Smith got drunk the other day vvas making Rome howl in the quiet little village of Winters. County Fees. The amount of fees collected in the county clerk's office during the month of was Nine new probate twelve civil actions were com- menced during the month. The fees of the recorder's office for May were CiMiipli-xinfml I ii ill CHI The complexion of persons whose digestion IH out of order, who bilious or who lack vik'or, nlwiiyc HII unheultby lint. It ll iiy refilluilUK the bodily organs und promoting iliK'.'M ion and assimilation, that the parchment inillciillvu of ill health is banished from the clucks. To rec tify the fault of a fa'low .'oiiiplnxloii, use- Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, iui mid alterative which removes otmtiicli'8 it) renc-weil strength, physical cumfort anil peniontil im- (jcrfiTi diycHU'in nnl secretion, i.nJ a dli- unlen-rt condition i-f the limn-iK. 1'ersi tence i i m Ihe nf eorrt-etive and behind c.os-cd ,M a.s n-dn r. sul. in ren.-wed physical n-LT'i'iirliy mid wnl tenil lo increago ii.inily HMliMiinci- MI   lay. Julie I'l, 1 Crouch-Spangle I sine! Mi--< l-'.i'.'i vvert: iimrried l.'idl f-lnet, .-i.c- Diiiienin, oi. MHV 'J''th. A. llerri-'K. I'.olh of the jiariie- now rcsiden'" if Saci Him-nto, bni tjiev for- 'nerlv liv.-ii in thin citv. us p JJec.nHful jiootis arriving Mollie M up-to-date. Prices to suit Come nee. aily at vervthinf! No'ir purse. I IL mylOtf jeiial ]U -tl.', went c :le M be iigi.' '1 ho the and he I deei liic- ic.-iv- Iff ao A in t he ordm.u; This would to hiiv the e 11! 1111' r t- r v nil hciiccio! l h 11 t v 111 w 11 i Hi e i ,i'ca- cd wi' I. M i -I, i i I.nu "-tin, i e TII i Under u I'." S pl'enie m H n d to t he .-ami1 tor the ixrrcnt ot i rimes not mentioned o! a nmnicipnl'ty. ,-c enuble.d the mar- earned A nent eum POWDER Absolutely Pure. (or Hi great lenrenlnf ulroiiRtt: ft IK! Ataaref food avftlnst itluiu All fornnof tnrntlon common to the cheapbranilt. i MAKING rovnien ro.. EWSFAPEJR!   

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