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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 27, 1898, Woodland, California VOL. TUESDAY 1898. KG. ISO NARROW CONDITION 1500D, Passenger and Freight Trains Col- lide at Conductor Irwin and Several Woodland Passengers Severely Shaken Monday morning about 7 o'clock there waa a slight wreck at Webster about eight miles from this and between it and The Oroville local had stopped on the main track to let freight train No. 6 The engineer of No. 6 belonged to another and was unfamiliar with the landmarks along the There was a very heavy and in BO me way be missed seeing the whist and ran by the switch he knew where he The rails being although had slowed down he was unable to and the two engines breaking the pilots and knocking the rear truck from under the tender of the passenger The mail car waa also slightly Conductor Nat of the Oroville was juat coming out of the door of a car when the accident and the door was slammed catching his Conductor of No. 6, jumped and sprained his No one else was A switch engine was sent out and brought in the truck of the tender and the Oroville As the switch was not obstructed by the trains were able to without Among the passengers were A. C. Fred Ed. Mrs. Jeanette R. W. Browning and Mrs. Elmira of this and E. J. Tharpe and of Knights Their experience was decidedly unpleasant and they will not aoon forget the severe shaking up they BLACK WILL Judge Decision in Regard to Cost of Judge Buckles has rendered another decision in regard to the cost of con- in the will con- test. The com t finds as That the contests of R. E. Maitha Washington and Susan B. Wolfskill were tried as one that the contest of R. Black was another that the two said contests were tried in one or as one that It. Martha Washington and Susan B. Wolfskill paid out of their wn money the sum of aa jury fees and said James R. Black paid nothing for said that the court having heretofore made an order that ants should pay the whole of said jury services it is just and proper that R. Black should bear aii equal portion of said jury Testimony being the court now finds that said James R. Black should pay to said contestants the sum of and that they have judgment therefor and tion on said A Hotstuff Anyone who waa fortunate enough to be the vicinity of the old college campus thia morning enjoyed a of baseball which completely outclassed that afforded the patrols the game on Ernie Freeman and his brave little lads smothered team after the score was 20 to 3 in favor of the latter and in the ninth The tures of the game were the pitching of Jimmie Richardson and the ing of Hot The teries were J. Richardson and Eddie Webb for Freeman's side and Karl Voorhies and Buck for Chic's Successful Operation for dicitis on Lan Merrill His Friends Are All Very Hopeful That His Recovery Will be Speedy and An operation for appendicitis was performed on Lan the in Monday December 26th, at 11 Dr. Huntington he was by Simmons and of and Dr. of this There was no but the adhesions were stronger than and the operation was therefore very lasting one hour and five Mr. Merritt bore the ordeal splendidly and passed from under the influence of the ether without feeling any bad He rested fairly well Monday t Dr. Lawhead left Sacramento at 6 o'clock this At that hour the temperature of the patient was 99 pulse 104 and the general condition Mr. Merritt 19 a man of perate splendid physique and robust constitution and his friends are therefore very hopeful of his speedy and complete LOCAL Licensed to Wed. if Late this afternoon Clerk Duncan issued three marriage Pruce B. age of and Jennie 19, of Rimer age 20, resident of and Daisy age 19, of Charles Edgar age 33, of and Agnes age 22, of Railroad men report that travel was very light on Christmas The sun is traveling northward again and the days are growing The signal service predicts partly cloudy weather tonight and George Geary arrived from Modoc county Saturday night with two loads ot very fine The announcement that the ball game for had fallen through was a great disappointment to the Rev. Joel Martin preached to a good audience in the last night and will preach again Go and bear The two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs B. F. who has been very ill iMi malarial fever for some is now Attorney J. T. of was in thia city today transacting some business at the courthouse in tion with the of hia deceased The social to be given by the Yolo choir December 28th, will be held in Mrs. Griffith's store instead of at Mrs. L. Cramer's as Postmaster Holmes waa taken suddenly ill Sunday morning while putting up the and it was to summon a He is able to attend to his duties The latest from Oliver who waa injured recently in an accident in the railroad are to the effect he will probably lose hia Another operation upon the injured member will be performed No person in Yolo county his present more than does W. B. was a genuine Missouri came all the from hia native heath by His would a pan of baked sweet One of the social events announced or the holid ly season is a whist party at the residence of Mrs. George J. O'Connor next Saturday at which O'Connor and Miss will entertain a number of their B. Miller will dispose of an odd ot of goods at 50 cents on the A few of the are and necktie embroidered suspenders and etc. See hia in another manager of the land baseball returned thia after- noon from Red where he Ue reports having had a but he waa shocked to that hia aggregation of had been RO FAST Seriously 111. P. F. an old ic lying critically ill nt his home on Fifth between Cross and and but are for his Hester wni taken ill about four days ago and affliction culminated in typhoid pneumonia of a serious Honors Even Between Woodland and Three of the Players Were Severely Injured in Some of the Many Very Lively December game of football played here yesterday between the Senior team of and the Marysville Athletic Club's eleven resulted in a the score being 6 to G. visitors made their points in first The second half was hotly Ray left end for was hurt ou the stomach and requiring the services of a for suffered a and of the same had to retire on account of injuries to his The game was witnessed by 1000 quite a number having come from The two teams lined up as Bush captain Clark Barling R. T O streif captain H The with two was the same as lined up against the High School when the score was 37 to 0 in favor of with the single exception of played all new and heavier Tne team had the tage in but the Woodlands showed the moat skill and the best Near the end of the first half land was slowly but aurely approaching the Marysville goal line for another With only five yards more to gain Wright made an offside play and Woodland was penalized fifteen Time waa too short for the Woodland boys to regain the distance thua As described by the in the play in which was credited with a the was dead and the play counted for neither It should have been brought back on Woodland territory and given to Captain as covered himself with He made a yard tun and also made the Harling for the home made the best defensive also played a tine all the boys did Boyd was the star performer for the Marysville team and he waa ably ported by O'Brien and The Woodland boya speak in high praise of the hospitable manner in which they were They were the guests of the team at the Turn Verein hall in the AUBREY Court Martial Exonerates Him From Charge of He Has Been Temporarily Assigned to Battery Heavy at Fort All our readers are familiar with the story of Aubrey B. Howard's enlistment in the heavy of the assignment of his battery to service iu of his severe sickness on the voyage and the abandonment of all hope lor his recovery by his anil his subsequent As soon as he became convalescent application waa made for his under the impression that it had been he boarded the first steamer leaving Michael for Sun without making any report to the commanding Aa soon as his absence was reported his captain reported him ab a He arrived at home in due time and ae soon as be heard of the charge against him he surrendered to Marshal who conveyed him to Ban Francisco and turned him over to the military Fie wae by court martial in the latter part of Captain Barnes acting as judge advocate and A. C. of this appearing for the Mr. Huston did not attempt any technical He advised his i client to tell a plain forward which he relying upon the good character of young Howard and a sense of lair play upon the part of the court to exonerate hie client from any intentional The result shows the wisdom of his The court martial has jual a decision exonerating young Howard from the charge of He been assigned temporarily to Battery I at Fort Attorney Huston's management of the case was admirable and was very favorably commented upon by Captain Barnes and the Officers of the court Subject to the War The draymen and are engaged IK having their patrons new bonds for the coming vear to the company for their ery of freight without the of a shipping In former years theie was no expense attached to this but now a war tax stamp must be affixed to h Quiet for the The police win not overworked luring the Christmas as there was not -i single arrest made during the two There were no and the hobos evidently ate their turkey A little difficulty took place Saturday hut it was of a tri- fling one of the participants re- a black 20 Per Cent O'Connor give 20 per corit discount for cash horn now until De- cember on artistic etc. Mr. O'Connor's are ail new and up to date and are just the t hints for New Yerr nnd birthday Rend Ins new A display of solid silver and also silver novelties and Rogers at prices for Christmas at Kd tho ing jewelry Halt water fieli at There Should be a Good Attendance Next Some weeks ago several persons met at the city hall to devise waj and means to hold a Professors Fowler and Wood worth have been by the State University authorized to hold the same on 5th 6th aM on the evening of 6th. G. W. W. B. M. Miss Carrie T. S. G. H. C. W. Thomas and Henry Howard were selected as a committee to arrange foi the This committee hap secured the opera house for the 6th and Gth and also for the evening of the 6th. A program its now in course of It la hoped that there will be a good The work will foe done by the State University The questions to be con- are practical and farming and fruit the ing of fi nit and farming why should have a home and why we should trade at tion and its pumping aa a means of irrigation stock and etc. The work of the professors will he interspersed with by local men and Enjoying Their There was no regular calendar hoard by Judge Gaddis in the Superior Court as all business had been con- over until January 3d in order to the court and tho members of Hui bar to enjoy a holiday Judge Gaddis made a couple of orders in regard to which ho had under consider at ion of Hank of Yolo vs. G. F. and C. F. Silvia va. A. D. In both cases tho were overruled ami the defendants were allowed ten days in which to answer the complaints of Buggy robes horne choice selection at R. a H. oysters at HUNGRY The Farmers Anxiously Awaiting lor More Christmas Tree and Very Interesting Literary and Musical Program in Center HUN GUY December Merry The people of Hungry Hollow at tended the Christmas exercises given at Center district The also the was beautifully The following program was dered Roth solo Christmas Bell V. Recitation Railroad filbert 1'u.rkt-r Hollow Baud He Doeth His Alms to be Seen Herman Vocal Peace on the Other Side Mane and Martha Mast Christmas Durst Violin The Factory Child's Last Herman Gehe Las Dem Hem by Schreller in Fairyland Blickle Vocal Mrs. NIckell and Goodnow Conquest eiss Goodnow Violin W aves Goodnow Christmas in Alaska Frieda Blickle O Zert Johnnie's Opinion of Grand- mother barker A selection by the concluded the after which the presents were Y. E. Rothe is spending bis mas vacation at Lena Durst is able to be out Ben Brown is the happy father of a girl Hoy A. Mast is on the sick Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Nickell are visit ing friends Henry who in returned home last Misses Sophie and Vena ol are visiting friends in Monroe Foster went to Woodland to spend his Christmas The people of this vicinity are iously awaiting rain to bring the sown grain also so they can commence The last rain was hardly enough to begin although n few have started to do so. A Birthday A very pleasant party was o' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Qua Uahler on Court street Sunday the occasion being the celebration of the thirty-ninth birthday anniversary o Mr. A largo number of took part in the which con- of card playing and other amuse Dainty refresh men 1s served during the evening and it waa a late hour before the guests for their after felicitating Mr. Dahler upon the hapny event and ex- pressing the hope that he may live to enjoy mere Family Christmas Tiie fatherland style of holding u family Christmas tree waa observed on Sunday by Hachmann and The tree was beautifully decorated of the family ap Many called during the day and were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. aud their An several of the newspapers that are the aspirations of Col. Burns are making the mistake of charging that he waa at one time an inmate of tins Yolo county 1 here is not one word ol truth in thin Fine white blankets at 85, and something of u beautiful finish and large at Rosenberg Silver gold gold and silver mounted at ppe cial prices for Christmas at tho Misa Kate Zimmerman will all trimmed and untrimmed hats 20 per cent off for cash for the next ja A few more choice silk waist patterns and patterns at Rosenberg Bros. THAT An Anonymous Libeler Tries to Escape Those Who Know A. L. Henry Will Believe William J. ted's Absurd During the campaign an circular reflecting upon the character of the female employes of the State ing office was sent with the evident intention of injuriously the campaign of Mr. for State Mr. Woodman and hit friends promptly disavowed all for the Since the election a detective has been ferreting out the guilty party with the result that a man named William J. H us an employe in the haa confessed that he wrote the scurrilous the evident hope of mitigating his offense he hag attempted n part of the re- sponsibility upon the shoulders of A. L. Henry secretary of the whom he with having revised the Mr. Henry declares with much em- phasis and evident sincerity that he had nothing whatever to do with the preparation and dissemination of thi circular and knew absolutely nothing of its contents until hie attention was called to the In he corroborated by D. G. in the bureau of who nays the circular was typewritten by him en the order of and delivered to the residence of the and to the best of his knowledge neither Mr. anyone else connected with the department knew anything abont the contents of the Those who know Mr. Henry and Mr. McCallum believe that their statement is perfectly frank and Henry is a journalist of ble reputation and splendid ability and is incapable of any act that will not bear the closest Mr. integrity and veracity have never been A scoundrel who will wantonly and anonymously assail the reputation of a defenseless it in- capable of injuring the reputation of men like Henry and A BIG A Yolo County Attorney Might Have Earned the The legal firm of Douglas has presented a claim against Yolo county for being 25 per cent commission for the collection of for Yolo county from the State for the care of aged County Treasurer Wood has already received the aum of on account of the above collection and Controller Colgan baa In- him to withhold the remainder of the amount from the money due the State from Yolo county at the next The above claim is presented in accordance with the contract entered into by the board of supervisors and the Making Reports from Jersey Island state that Sarn who had the town jetty is making rapid progress on the work of doling the immense break down He used 3000 feet of wi re cable ta anchor the with 700 tons of and 840 cords of baled and asserts that wben he gets the job ished it will remain where he puts it. Such being the he will make small fortune out of it Vista Now is trie ume to have your last 311 in mot suit fixed up like the Cleaning and repairing a Satisfaction Armstrong A Alge Beet assortment of cameras and photo supplies in town at Go to the for stylish fit 11 suit Rt reasonable Colored shirts of all kinds Oysters in oysters in balk oysters in shell at straw and all of feed at Boy wood and feed Go C Walter H
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