Woodland Daily Democrat, August 7, 1903

Woodland Daily Democrat

August 07, 1903

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - August 7, 1903, Woodland, California WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1903. DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877. SEAVIS ADDED TO NIAN-HUNTERS’ BAG Shot in the Leg at Auburn After Leaving a Train—The Latest Local Scents Uncover no Quarry. ported that this man enquired tor the    U A W j(f t    MO J    YET    RELEASED. railroad, saying that he wanted to    11*11 ALL    HU I    11-1    11 LL I. nu UU. reach It at some point without passing Woodland. Another improbable rumor Is that he admitted to people he met en route that he Ib one of the escaped convicts. This morning Sheriff Reese and the constable resumed the pursuit at ani    evening Messrs. Clark and early hour. Under-Sheriff Brown Anderson, attorneys 'or Carl Hankel. I Deputy Griffin and Constable Parlier m>eived a bail bond from San Fran- Two San Francisco Sureties Qualify for $5000 Each. toward the ^"^lldscoTn whlTh*Theodore Goodman and the ....    ma    •    .11 hunting all over the county, and the HISTORY OF ELEVEN DAYS’ MAN -n    mmaaa    Hint    wprp    in HUNT AFTER CONVICTS. ♦ ♦ + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4* ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ July 27.—Thirteen convicts break from Folsom prison and take officials as hostages. encounter one guard Is killed and others injured. July 28.—Battle at Pilot Hill between posses and escapes. Convict J. J. Allison wounded and commits suicide. July 29.—Fugitive convicts elude man-hunters and hiding place unknown. Posses gsther at Cool and hope to corral escapes, but do not succeed. July 30.—Sheriffs posse locates live convicts near Weber creek and expects battle, but during the night convicts slip away.    . July 31.—Militia weary of useless campaigning ordered home by the governor and Jealousies among posses dishearten man-hunters. August I.—Convicts ambush posse on Grand Victory mine. Two soldiers, J. F. Rutherford and Griffin Jones were killed, and A. W. Gill wounded. Philip Springer, deaf trailer, killed by mistake. August 2.—Convicts escape from cordon of trailers formed around Grand Victory mine hill. August 3.—Officers report five convicts located near the Amador line. Conflicting reports from many localities but convicts not sighted. August 4.—Murdered militiamen burled at Placerville. No convicts seen during the day. August 5.—Convict J. P. Roberts captured near Davlsvllle. August 6.—Seavis reported to be in many places, but wounded and captured at Auburn. Many posses hot upon Imaginary trails of Howard. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ to ............... ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ SACRAMENTO. August 7 — No captures of convicts are reported from anywhere today. Tile Sacramento police believe that two of the escapes. Fahey and Miller, are now biding In Sacramento. They stole a horse and cart at Alder creek ft on Thursday and when Inst seen were headed this wajr. ♦♦♦ contain all the rumors that were In circulation. Some of these were plausible and lf the officers had not invest! known gated them they might have subjected Merritt station themselves to the charge of being re-    *“ miss in their duty. Others were so Improbable and palpably absurd that the wonder is how they started. A fresh arrival from any of the rural districts was the signal for the gathering of a curious and excited throng, and the recital of vague rumors and ridiculous suspicions was listened to with much eagerness. A summary of the Incidents of the entire day shows that while Yolo county was really the storm center in the exciting search for the convicts, the developments were really of a very unimportant character. The negro and the white man seen »arly in the morning at Chalmers Bros.’ slaughterhouse were arrested late In the afternoon, about a mile north of Davlsvllle, by Constable Hamitic and Deputy Sheriff Johnson. The negro was armed with a big dirk and revolver all right, and he carried a few extra hridleblts. but he did not an swer the description of Seavis. The officers concluded that it would be best to detain the prisoners over night, is they might he wanted somewhere, but this morning they were released. The negro arrested at Cachevtlle arrived at the sheriff’s office about midnight la charge of Constable Woodard He would probably never have been inspected lf he had not carried a revolver. which he accidentally dropped from his pocket on the streets of Cachevtlle. He could give no satisfactory explanation of why he carried a revolver, so Sheriff Griffin relieve! him of It and let him go. He wa* permitted to retain his raxor. While all the rumors about the presence of Seavis in Yolo county were dying thick and fast. Sheriff of Sacramento, who was in Woodland Thursday night, was called to the telephone and Informed that Seavis had been wounded and captured at Auburn. This report Is confirmed by the telegram at the head of these columns. This morning District Attorney Seymour, of Sacramento, telephoned that he had seen the wounded man. and there Is no doubt that it I* Seavis. Hi also drove out slough and old canal district. Dater Officer Tobias left, going in the same direction. At 3 o’clock the “Democrat” was informed by the sheriff’s office In Sacramento that the whereabouts of Sheriff Reese and Contable Judge are un-Tbey were last heard from at FAMILY’S VERSION A Statement of the Ingalsbe-;. Cowell Feud. Nothing Is known of the Woodland posse since it left Woodland this morning.    _____ ALLEGED HOLD-UP. Missionary Claims to Have Been Robbed Near Merritt's. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ THE ELUSIVE HOWARD. Hit Presence Reported in Many Places at the Same Time. ♦ ♦ 1 + I* I* ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ !♦ !♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ I ♦ ♦ e ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ [♦ ♦ I* ♦ Ie ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ About 3 o’clock this afternoon a colored man who gave his name as David Swaokhan-ner, and his occupation as a Baptist missionary, came Into the *’I>emoorat,' office and represented that he had been hold up and robbed by two men on the railroad track about a mile and a half below Merritt sta- Henry Harris each qualified in sum of $5000. The sureties are base ball magnates. Goodman Is treasurer of the Pacific Coast League aud Harris is the owner of the San Francisco franchise. The bond was approved by Judge Law lor. of San Francisco. This bond was presented to Sheriff Griffin and the release of Hankel demanded. The sheriff refused unless advised to do so by Judge Hart or Attorney C. W. Thomas He communicated with Jifdge Hart, who advised him to send the bond over for his examination. When asked lf the approval of Mrs. Hankers attorneys would be all right Judge Hart answered In the affirmative. H. I* Huston was not at home, but Attorney Clark and Undersheriff Brown drove out to the residence of C. W. Thomas, who, when told of the conversation with Judge Hart, declined to approve of the bond. As a result, Hankel was compelled to remain In jail another night. This morning his attorneys sent the bond to Judge Hart. About noon they were advised by Judge Hart that he had approved of the Iwnd and would order the release of the prisoner As late as 3 o'clock no such order was received at the sheriff’* office and Hankel was still In Jail. Dead Millionaire’• Relatives Declare His Assailant Will be Shown No Leniency. ell took plat _:30 o’clock on Thursday. The following Is the version of the deceased * friends of the trouble which resulted in his death: Leigh Ingalsbe, who stands charged Uon. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ A LDCRY HIT. boy CURED OF COLIC AFTER PHYSICIANS’ TREATMENT FAILED. My boy when four veers old was taken with colic and cramps In his stomach. I sent for the dos tor and he injected morphine, but the child kept getting worse. I then gave him half teaspoonful of Chamberlain a 0 otic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and In half an hour he was sleeping and noon recovered.—F. I* Wilkins. Shell I Ake WI*. Mr. Wilkins Is bookkeeper for the Shell lAke Lumber Co. For sale by J. V. Lelthold. ADAMsHiaTr RESTORER. Cleanly to use. Exquisitely scented. A delightful toilet preparation for thin, faded hair. Stops the falling out at once. Renders it soft, silky, luxuriant Promote* the growth stores the rich dark color OVERSTOCKED WITH SHOES. In order to make room for our Immense fall stock, which will arrive soon, we will give a special reduction of 20 per cent off from every dollar to shoe purchasers. Sale lomraaww Monday, July 20th. and will continue until Saturday, August 1st. Be aura and get our price* before buying elsewhere. We guarantee satisfaction or Tour money back. Special attention given to mail order*.    Iinnrin. ROSENBERG BROB.’ BIG STORK-Jy20tf ADAMS* SARSAPARILLA PILLA Chocolate Coated. Cure constipation. biliousness, sick headache*. dyspepsia. 10c, and roof youth. 26c. Druggist*. Fact, gentlemen—C. A. Hall will treat you square. He has been in th* The funeral of the lute Henry Cow- Large bottle.    pr'"    50    I    bu.tne»    a    Ion*    tlmrind know. how. I took niece in Sen Kr.ml.co at J. ll. Shelton • drek .tore.    •!    JeMtf ex- p. rn. Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head. an active brain, a strong, -makes him fit for the Kentucky Double-stamped at the ManhattAn. Whiskey JyUf Mr. Swackhanner has been engaged In missionary work in Sacramento for two weeks. On Thursday he left that city. He was traveling along the railroad and at the point where he was robbed the county road crosses the railroad. Two men hailed him. They were dressed in khaki suits, wore leggins and carried carbine rifles. They wore white, in was AUBURN. August 7.~Albert Seavis. the negro who wa* among the thirteen convicts who escaped from Folsom a week ago, is behind prison bars In the Placer county Jail at Auburn with a bad wound in Hie right leg caused by two loads of buckshot from the guns of Sheriff Keuna and Deputy Sheriff Cowl Thursday evening.    .... Beavi* was nwn to get on freight train No. 214, eastbound from New castle. When the train arrived at Auburn, Conductor Oscar N. Nelaon reported the discovery to operator J. P. Schnit/iUH. Who called up the sheriff s oater. The train    “J'    "    “..... Keene end Deputy bherllf Coen bul the depot. Seavis had been Howard I* another of the convicts who are earning a reputation for lo-tng ubiquitous. Posses were busy on Thursday trying to intercept hts night to both Nevada and Oregon. He was also omnipresent in Yolo county. Late the afternoon a telephone message received from Winters, at the sheriff s office. The Information was to the effect that a man who was recognised ss Howard went into the drugstore in the forenoon and made soma purchase*. After he had gone awav Countable Wartier was notified. Irater came another report that the suspect had been trailed up Rutah creek to Pleasant* valley, where he turned south, going in the direction of Vacaville. The same information was sent to Solano county officials and Sheriff Keys and the Vacaville constable hurried to Winters. Thursday eveumg the Bolano county officers, accompanied by Constable Warder, Town Marshal Wommack and Nlghtwatch-Bautoui, beat the brush along I Putah creek, both below and shove town. bul failed to make any discoveries The Bolano county officers ro of volunteer belts, which were filled with cartridges ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Sheriff Griffin has received a copy of the Portland Evening Telegram of August 1st. which contains a fine pit ture of the Roseburg baseball club, of which his son. Clyde, is a member. This club Is making a hard fight for the championship of th# Valley league. At present the club Is In aeried place. Clyde writes that on Hstur day. July 26th. In which his club was three runs to tin- bad. and Its backers stood to lose $»'.*H», he received $10 for knocking the ball over the left fielder's head. There mere three men on bases and all scored. THE CAPAY STAGE Will make dally trips. Sundays rented between Woodland and Capay 4u    _______________ .on and after May 15th,    arriving at with    the    murder    of    Henry    Cowell.    Is    | Woodland at IO a nu and    leaving at 3 to    he vigorously    prosecuted,    lie    was    | D m L A. EDDY Prop.    my7tf a Treated in Santa Crux Immediately af ter Cowell’s death. The crime of which Ingalsbe must stand trial was committed last March at Merced. Accord-1 vigorous bodying to the Cowell family the story of j battle of life. the trouble leading up to the shooting la as follows: Cowell aud the father of the man charged with murder were neighbors In Merced. For a long tim© there was no fence between the two properties A surveyor was summoned in 188$. but notwithstanding this the fence was run so that nine acres belonging to Cowen were on the Ingalsbe aide of the fence Ingalsbe did not have the money to pay for hi* half of the fence and Cow ell never exacted the amount. In due time the land was again surveyed and I ng las be paid Cowell for the nine acres on his side of the fence Nothing more wa* said about the ingalsbe half of the expense of building the fence. 'Aal March two cow*, said to belong to Cowell, got into Ingatobe* com field, sent Cowall a He claimed that the charge wa* ah-    _ surd, and that the cow* could not do . uu n fton oain I o va** urn    ri.’Iw    —s    m%A*    irfarrf. that much damage during the two dement ID Stock MOW S6ASOO ClOSOS Hid IO tDH GUQ HIW BUM PT*» mWl it    uttitl    that they I nttl ___ You need no better foundation than I Hanan shoe.    Jy29tf Go to Groh’s for your shoe*. Jyltfdw Grand Round-Dp. List fool of our Mid-Summer Cletu-Up Sail. Do nm ail to visit is if r°r ■ Mr,1 iSLSrsr    I JOU eire to stretch your holler to the toll limit, hmeron oui rot es** <!*“*«■■; ottered (tartan the coming feel, hnt imong the most noliNo, sh rr-ieisTs - ~ '‘‘ShS.* STiSESlhtl tale the lead. He ere determined to rid mumid mf lug the twor was said that they fled to — - .    ___ riding behind the pusher engine.    , t0 thHr home* this morning Engineer Bd. Waters had    turned    ^    ^    * report talking to Seavis, who slippedI off the    Huwurd had eluded hi* pursuers car when the train stopped and wa.    valley,    reached    Suisun sitting down on some lumber W    pu|led    off    a    freight    train A a^ked him where he was going. Be* utogrwn received from the sheriffs replied that be was going harvesting | ^    that    there    was    no    found* ‘"wh^Kewk and Do." «rl>"l « emeer went ou -Uh*lite When they came up to Seavis tney called on birn to surrender. Sr.VI. rilled by firm* three ihott-Ah Ben vis dodged under a car, bota k .od “"‘i-;;-1! “***r him. .od a"**1* "*l!rd 0 lr til me I ara Be* via The otfK er* went to -her. to. Ur OO bi. .id., boldin* HU I-*• STS-. ML .bd taken toto loll. where his wound was dieted ♦♦♦ SUSPECTS FREED. I Hon Hunting Vi*om»ljr Fw»cut*» in Yolo County Tfcurftday The capture of Robert* at DavU-rilU- Wednesday evening had thr feet of putting everybody on thejjgt and arousing unwarranted against every stranger. Aa a rec ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ !♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ One of the men. of dark complexion. was about 40 years of age and bls dark mustache appeared to he dyed. The other was apparently 36 year* of age, hi* hair waa sandy and his face wa* clean shaved. The robbery occurred about 12:30 o’clock. Mr. Bwackhau nee was relieved of $9, which represented his net collections for missionary work lo Sacra men to for two week*. After the robbery the two men leit the road and started acron* fields In a southeasterly direction, ranging between Da-visvlll© aud Sacramento ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ LARGEST ATTENDANCE. The open-air dance at the stone court was a record-breaker I huraday night, so far a* attendance wa* concerned. The cornet section of the hand was reinforced by the appearance of leader Everhardt and Bd I. I .©ake, and the music was first-class. The weather wa* of th# variety that made the event particularly enjoyable. It was announced that there will l»e another dance next Thursday evening, and one every Thursday evening thereafter until further notice. GOING llORTH. Fred Mumms wa* an arrival Thursday evening. He came from New I ork via the Horn, arriving in San Francisco on Thursday Mr. Mumm* hold* a responsible position as a government electrical engineer. HI* next work will be on the line* that are to connect Beattie and Alaska ll** will *1*11 wltb hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z I Mumms. several day* before beginning the work. tally. SM imam tor styles md prices, Linen Wash-Skirts! day* In which Ii    _ were In the field. Cowell wrote to Mrs. Ingalsbe, saying that be would not pay any such a claim, and that the charge wa* not in good taste when Im had never exacted collection for half of the fence which ran between the two properties. Nothing more was heard from the Ingalsbe family, until one Sunday morning, when t oweU, after his habit, wa* riding around hi* Merced proparty. He wa* hailed by u umu in an adjoining field, who proved to be the ism Leigh Ingaisbe. Ii* i...... ckl*4 111*1*4« I IWM** uat co*,ii «>■*>«*» w a* Whit! SII H-WOIStS . mother row-11 brid Ih.l br h.,1' "•»”* » said nothing for which he would apm* j (Th|t    perfect    fitting: ogixe. aud with that Ingalsbe whippet Ianti fi.oo glad for Shirt-Waist Suits I $2 50 and $2.00 on at..........ll    M Entire Stock, no reserve. $6.60 Skirt* for. ..... 6.00 Skirts for. .......... 4.60 Ski ria for........... 4.00 Skirts for,. ... And so on down the Una. $4 60 4 OO . 3 60 , I OO Oc out two revolvers aud shot Cowell I ugslsbe was arrested for assault to I murder, but wa* acquitted on tb* ground of temporary insanity. Cowen* wound healed, but he never re covered from the shock of the shooting family says that Unwell was In The the LOOKED LIKE A TRAILED Ben Allen, who ha* n*e“» several mouths with the United Blate* geological survey party in l^ik# county, demonstrating the feasibility of making a government reservoir of Coyote valley, arrived Thursday evening equipped that he wgs easily mistaken for one of the convict trailers Mr Allen will soon resume bi* simile* at Stanford university.    _ It costs bim nothing. Your grocer is glad to return ycut Schilling s Best money, if what ri.>^T7beL^!“t V you got is not to your liking. tioa whatever for the rumor, A telephone message from a reliable source in Winter* this morning convey* the information that reports sent out from there Thursday afternoon were grossly exaggerated The man who It was claimed wa* Howard did not leave Winter*, wa* seen there after the report wa* sent out, and does not bear the faintest resemblance to How ard. A clue to Howard’* presence in another partof the county wa* more promising. Abou 9 o’clock Dave Colburn came in and reported that a Sacra men to posse wa* trailing a man believed to be Howard, in the neigh bor hood of the old canal, near the WH low slough country This report was confirmed half an bour later when Sheriff Reese and Constable Judge arrived in Woodland They reported that they had been to! lowing a man up the river aa far a* Elkhorn, where he turned west At the canal he left the county road aud traveled lit a southwesterly direction toward th* clump of trees on Willow slough They abandoned the pursuit for the night, aud headed for VV «i 1 land, when It became bo dark they could not follow the trail* it ta Journey along _ the dlnctton of Woodland After traveling about two miles he met U»der-6hert« Brown and Deputy Sheriff Griffin, who are out searching for Howard. He frankly ad rn it ted that the officers did not believe hts story. but he Insists that it is true, nevertheless. He is at the sher iff* office awaiting the return of Messrs. Brown aud Griffin splendid physical condition at time of the shooting, although he wain bi* eighty-fourth year. Just be fore that he thought that he had some local trouble and was thoroughly exam med by hi* physician and pronounced to be a remarkably robust rn a n. DYSENTERY CURBO WITHOUT THE AID OF A DOCTOR. “I am Just up from a hard spell of the flux “ tdysentery), says Mr. r. A pinner a well known merchant of Drummond, Tenn I used un small bottle of Chamberlain a Colic, Cho I era and Diarrhoea Remedy and wa* cured without having a doctor. I conaider It the heat cholera medicine in th* world." There la uo need of cir ploy mg a doctor when this remedy Is used, for no doctor can prescribe a bet lei 1 medicine for bow*-l .omplamt in *n> form either for children or adults, it never fall* and I* pleasant to take. Fin sale by J* V. Lelthold. _ Many have proved that C. A. Halls is the place to trade, “Go thou and do likewise.” _ __ ladles and children’s shoe* from Wk up at Jackson Shoe Store. multi Wash Petticoats I Special at Boys' Negligee Shirts I Special at  ......... 50 Pos!—Chillis!*~5Q Pos! I Special at ........*................ All Lawns, Dimities & Batistes AimTIw on Utroushovt *nUr« .luck. 16c A We qunlttl** «*..............Wk The White House 3.60 and 3.00 kind for 2.50 kind for .......... IOO kind for ........ 1.60 kind for $3 OO . 2 60 . I 6*1 . I OO 76 Wrapper Sale! Mr. Wirth is certainly a funny fallow. He told mc lo write tin** week s ad, as lie is very Luiy flsak-nijr preparation tor tall ffoodft* Now, I am just owe of lite clerks anti don't know anytime aljout writing adet. Hut it tlt>c* seem to inc from the amount of Wrn pliers we are selling, that every lady in Woodland is taking advantage of our mark-down gale. My motlier ami all the ladies I know say they arc to cheap aud the designs so pretty. I am sure if you will call we can please you. And our Waists! Have you seen them since we marked them down ?    CLERK    No.    I. People's Trade P&laeft, ♦ ♦ I THE VOGUE t  ............... When you want a physic that Is mild and gentle, easy to uke and met. always use Chamberlain • Stom ach and Liver Tablet*. For aal© J. V. Lelthold.    __ "The proof of the pudding I* in the eating of It." Try C. A.Hall for grocer! e*. Je26tf I new line of men s Jackson Shoe Store. au7tf Just received work shoe* at Prices to suit everyone BAND MUSIC FURNISHED. The Woodland Band ha* reorgam IkmI Music furnished for all occasions. Enquire of M. Everhardt. tf Dr. F. X. Voiuard’a office la lh Hit** building    _    a    5 Walkover Store, THE GREATEST SALE OF ALL COMMENCING FRIDAY, AUGUST 7 Lawns, Dimities, Batistas, Grenadines and Emhroldeied Swisses at 1-2 PRICE Griggs & Bush Wake Up! Wake Up! now aud mn) that your property is properly insured, or some day you will wak« up when it ii t4*o late. With your property covered by inauranee through our agency you can sleep soundly knowing that if fire come* your loea will lie paid promptly. We place insurance in the beet companies. BALFOUR S GARRETTE, mn Winn un MIW Lumber, Lath, Lime, Cement, Etc WE8T VALLEY LUMBER CO., Offer [or the Next Thirty Days, tor Spot Cash All Materials! at Jobber*' Bates K call will convince you that we mean business. YARDS AT RAILROAD DEPOT. 0. W. LYFORD, Agent, ;