The Petaluma Courier from Petaluma, California on December 17, 1890 · Page 2
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Petaluma, California
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Wednesday, December 17, 1890
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ii THE COUMER, PETALUMA, SONOMA COUNTY, CALM DCEMllEIt 17, 1890. COMETS. HibUrJ' rlteutuuiio nirup will etireyuti. Tim pusUiftto Ht fin tern, Napa oouu ty Liut um diJiliimtkL Ji. Nitylr.For jfh1 guuU in omi- twUourry lie cnu i ut uat. Murphy' barlk-r iiUop. next door to - ElUworiU' furniture store. Counterfeiter lire turning oat silver tlollnm Ht iu alarming rate iu Buu Fran-cUoo. The Krhetor, a daily published at St-Heleua, Iiuk yiveu up tue ghost. Lack of nujHirt. Charley Mull received a nevere mlp wound by a fulling ludder Momlny nioruiiitf. Tbe niiiMiiirade ball on New Yean eve proniice to be one of tlie.eveuU of the Kenfou. C'lirintma guotW Uefore buyinit will and examine our line at Treulioltz tlriti; store, 1'elaluma. Frank Kauirinnn of KelmHtoDol KOt'tirvd the one hundred mid tliirtv-eihtb choice in the Kxnmiunf drawing, J. S. Hum in moving bid tin More to the place formerly occupied by the. I rna, below the First National bank. Go to the City Store for liinh-tcnt keniKcne oil. Each can liux an ExceWor tiller, which U moNt convenient. Trices low. A new skating rink i occupying the Unrters recently vacated by the Salvation Army, (iood exercise for these frosty evenings. When in San Francisco visit the panorama of the Battle of Gettysburg and museum, corner market and loth street, the only panorama on exhibition in the city. Mrs. Woodworth. tbe self-styled evan-golist, is in Indiana, throwing young women of feeble intellect into trances, and working upon their hysterical propensities. On December 20th taxes will become delinquent. The new sheriff will have to collect them. Tbe present sheriff and his deputies will be collecting taxes up to the day they go out of office. This morning's passenger train from San Francisco was delayed by a slight accident to the preceeding freight train at the bridge near the I'ateut brick yard. It reached Fetaluma at twelve o'clock. Ed Ardell, the young man shot by Chas. Worth at Cloverdale, in a trilling quarrel, died Wednesdny night from the effects of his wound. Worth, who was admitted to bail in the sum of S3,ih hi, cannot be found. raincK iremuie was tnea in tue jn: The reapportionment bill, based on the representation of X iiietulcrn of the bouse of representatives, us originally promised by Frank of Missouri, was fav orably acted upon by the house committee ou the census, and Uunnell tmbeineiitly reported the bill to tbe bouse. The report note changes, and says that from the population of tbe United States the committee subtracted tbe population of the District of Columbia, Oklahoma and Utah. Tbe remiunder was (il,l)(iH,!Hiti. With this numlier differeut ratios were obtained by taking as a divisor any pro-Hsed number. Each number was taken from SSti to 875. Trials were made until a nnmber was found which would give a ratio which, iu application, would seen re each state against any loss iu membership, ami iu no instance leave a major fraction. This number was found to be &'.. The ratio was 17:i!Hl. The uum- ber of members obtained on an even division wasSi'.l. The additional 17 needed to make iWJ was secured by giving another member to each of the states huv-ing left to it a major fraction. These states are: Alabama, California, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa. Kentucky. Maine, Mary-laud, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode Island. South Carolina, South Dakota. Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin, This apportionment gives the Iiepublicau states a small advantage. This could only lie expected from a partisan house. Tbe oscillation of the census may preclude any apportionment this time. It is to be hoped it will, as the census will not be certaiuly known for nt least a year yet. Special Correspondent to the I'ctaluma Courier. BODEGA ITEMS. court FreeMdlnita, an unpaid board bill, and ueglected to I accouut for sax) of bis employer s money. rAKrvr i, fnmiM-1'Hks.i.iiY, J. Jie went in answer 10 a telegram pur- Ktate ot Weilrr-Ailiiilnl.trntor kuuolntwl. bond Ihii ting to oomo from a sick wife, W ben ! in nan t raucisco lie purchase.! goods to tlie amount or ton on Dr. iliddlea no S'.'.KKI, fc.til of (ivonru U Orecn Krror uoiifvMtd; ID il tu amend uctiiion lor hiimmlMti. K-tiiio ol Clwrloii H TIiouhm Aiuouiil gvtllt'l Mid ItlltlWtili, K-uiool Kuliln and Stewart Viikw, minora Order nktemliiiif Hum to mm imludliu iu.wuilnr S-th, to ri'- ni nniMiit bill of ciwitliiiia, Ku( of U V Kh.vnnirMin-OrUiir uf wis .if ml wuw: no additional IuiihU riilrl. Ktut of J II Priiiiinioiiil CvntliiutMl to UweinWr Jl'imI. K.t.iic of Caroline lleimon Amount wttUtl ami al- lowiil: ilutrllmtlon iinlvrul. K.liilc of John Mi'Alltii llrown et at., minor-On Ut iniiltmiiiiif aitle of real eabite Kituj rlwiinlTTOVlii, Ki ito of Kli'haitl ComcrfurU Account tvttlnl and nllouvtl, ana decree of llnal diHclmrue K.uic of Chi let r'oxAic.iuiit acttled ami diatrilm- turn orilcred. K-r.iic of Julio Tlvneii Will admitted to pn.l.ute. b.liite ofSiiihroiila ArtontAiliiiiniatratoraMlnteil; I count, lie has been arrested at Fresno, and will return to Healdsburg, for a bearing before its court. The amount held against him is about 81J). The comer stone of tbe new insane asvluui at Mendocino was laid Tuesday week. Geo. Tompkins, a drunken logger at Marvsville, Wash., fell from a second story hotel window with such force as to break a plank sidewalk, but miraculously escaped injury. Assistant Engineer McElroy. of the cruiser San Francisco, was (lining at a allejo restaurant recently, when a lamp, Bodega, December 14, lH'JO. L. S. Goodman has gone to San Francisco to lay in his supply of holiday goods. Chick Doody, the genial proprietor of the Altaraont hotel of Occidental, was in town yesterday. Dr. J. J. Hackett of Markham's is in town. T. B. Joy spent Saturday in Santa Ilosa. H. Smith of Coleman valley was in town today. A few weeks ago the Native Sons organized a parlor at Occidental with a j membership of about thirty. There is some taiK oi organizing a parlor K lute nl U W Cook-onler cttlmc Mido j Hinging alsive his head exploded, injur nig nun seriousiv. The safe of the Wigwam theater was looted by masked burglars recently and if'M) in money and jewelry were stolen. The watchman wan tied and gagged, ami remained so for live hours. Harry Ilaldwin of San Francisco, a young man from the east, took chloral ! three times with suicidal intent, and j jumped into the bay. all within a week, i but fate was against his wish and he was saved. J. G. Kittle & Co's oil and lead works were consumed by tire early last Wednesday. Loss about $1ik).imnI. Insurance bi ,!). Hie same works met a like fate last June, and were not entirely rebuilt when swept away again. The San Francisco and North Pacific Improvement company has determined to sell its property at Ukiah and abandon that town as a field of operation. The reason assigned by the company for this step is that the people of L'kia'h do not extend reasonable support iu the works proposed; but the local press declares tht the true reason is that the death of J. M. Donahue extinguished the moving spirit of the company. Donahue was the principal stockholder, and thought he could make Ukiah one of the liveliest, most prosperous cities in tbe state. Knterprue. lice s court yesteruay ir assault ana was i now found guilty. He left for Santa Kosa ! here, this morning to spend tbe winter. Five j Miss Joy was tie guest of Mrs. A. months is none too long for some slight i Fletcher, nee Knffel of Santa Kosa, last offences. j week. See notice in our advertising columns ! Lee Hakes and wife of Nevada are of meeting next Saturday afternoon for I visiting in r reestoue. the purpose of organizing a local Farmers Alliance. A large attendance is earnestly desired. State organizer, J. W. Hines. will be present. " A very perceptible earthquake shock was felt in Sebastopol last Wednesday morning at 10:3(1. In Santa Kosa it also created a sensation. It must have been very slight here as we have heard no one speak of having felt it. The new channel being cut in the marsh below town with the proposed em-barcadero will be of value to Peta-luma's commerce. The efforts of the men who are pushing these enterprises Maggie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Koach, died very suddenly Tuesday of heart failure at their residence nenr Valley Ford. Mrs. Furlong, mother of roadmaster Furlong, died at the residence of her son John, near Tomales, last week. The body was interred in the Catholic cemetery here on Friday. Rumors reached here Saturday of a fight on a load of hay. which took place between McCarty's saloon and Bodega Koads station. For obvious reasons the names of the participants are withheld. If the unlucky party had not imhided so freely of whisky he probablv would not and ucrujuul .i"lTl.v Ktate of K S Walker, an lneomietciit Con- (lulled to Peeemlier il. K-i He ol Carrie btcrliiiK ct al., minora Contlmi d to Ih-ccmdrr K.trtte or Win il lteetor Continued to HeeemUr 2i I'XIMIS'AU AMUIVIL. The I'eoplc va. II I Mint u Scl f..r January 7th In re ant of retietr u.-ainat juaiiee court uf'i eliio totti.klii--('ourl luljuoiiia that the Justice' court Inn no and that the judgment therein' ia null and void, The i'eople t . Flunk Colby,--Caac diamlaacil on the ground of fnauitt 'icnt etideuce to warrant a vole t letiiin. The I'eople t Jaima Oiker- liclciidant alYalir.'ud; plea ai t f'ir I let cinder ill. I'litrn k lialfcrty et al. ta. John tilvllii Set fur lc- 'i-inoi.r -4 Stanford va Luttrell Set (or January 6, lslil. IIKI'ABIMKST t CIVIL nol'UIIKItir, J. M irion Si.loinon -v C Jl L llarnharilt-Set tor trial lieccinlier 21th. Luijfi llamieo va I) Caa-a Continued to Jauuarv Mil. John Walker n I'ietro t'ottinl- t'eiuuin-r with-Ir.ivtn; ten data to aitaaer. I'.niik of Sonoma county ta Sarah Ann Ciirtia De fault of defendant entered; Judumtnt for plaintilT for e;4. Kosa A Bchmer t a John Behnier Demurrer overruled. City of I'etaluma va Conrad Pochlniann etal-Demurrer overruled; twenty days to answer. Altha iiarie Millctt va Alfred iiichani Slillett-Sub-mitted. Henry II Holler va Laura E Holler Divorce (rranteii. .Mary O Welib ti Wm R Webb Divorce irrantcd. in the matter of the estate of Simpson P Taylor deceased Motion for a new trial denied, Frances Kidd vg F. G Kidd Default of defendant entered; case referred to court commissioner. In the matter of Paul F Green, insolvent Stay of execution fur thirty days. Kachel J Snyder vs G C P Sears Stay of execution for twenty days. In re Chas Y Faber, insolvent debtor P II HickliA appointed assicnee; bond s.VHj. John S Sargent vs ktfie M Sargent Motion for alimony denied without prejudice. Satita Kosa Oank vs James W Licking et al Stricken from calendar. Nancy Hardin, executrix, etc vg Thomas Meagher Continued to December 2:M. Catherine Tuomy vs B Tuoim Continued to De- centlier 22d. Thomas Kutlede vs R F Crawfom Continued to Deiember 15th. Geo W Wilkes vs Tarleton L Crane Continued to December 22d. John C Tracer vs J L Edwards et al Default of defendants entered;order of judgment for piaintiff for si ,ii30 96; attorney fees sl30; decree of foreclosure of mortgage. Sarah .Met'hristian vs John H Fauudit et al Default of defendant Kcser entered; continued to December 22d. Frances A Culien vs John C Cullen Subm'tted. GOSHEN & I i HIDES, TALLOW WOOL, GAME POULTRY, EQQS FRUIT, VEGETABLES, ETC. Thi HIQHE8T MARKET PRICE PAID ....AT.... PHILIP DUNN'S, Washington St Phtaiuma LAMOREAUX EXTRA FAiilLY ' "NEIV PROCESS -! l -'i ; FLOUR Wholesale and Retail Dealers In STAPLE d FANCY 1GERIES Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Hay, Grain, Feed, Etc. PETALUMA, COR MAN & WASHINCTON HINSHAW BLOCK At .rn i iv i k- t pi nil o Ililifst Market Prii-c l'aid fn Country rroiliic'. Xdtliin',' luit First-Clas (iooils Hamllftl. STOCKTON MILUNGCO STOCKTON. CALIFORINA, H.t.N l'"l!.t.Nl IKCII Off; M'. I .f.iriilir . SATISFACTION GUA11ANTEED Cioolrt Exhibited and Trices Quoted With I'li'iisun1. ALSO SOLE ACENTS FOR THE STOCKTON CROWN MILLS FL0R Card From Mr. Puckttt. NEIGHBORHOOD will be duly appreciated by the citizens, ! have" felt .so frisky ( o He gave tbe driver arm we nope wui result in rniicn k'mh: Wm. H. Jackson, iii-bt watchman for Kobler A Frnhiing's wine cellar at Windsor, fell through an open hatchway on the roof of their fermenting house into a fermenting tank. Wednesday night, and sustained injuries from which he died soon after. A man who has practiced medicine tor 40 years ought to know salt from sugar; read what he says : Toledo, O., Jan 10. 1SS7. Messrs. F. ,1. Cheney & Co Gentleman I have been in the general practice of medicane for 40 years, and would say that in all my practise and experience have never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful, and would sav in conclusion j that I have yet to find a case of catarrh that it would not cure, if they would take it according to directions. Yours truly L. L. GORSUCH, Office L'lo .Summit St. Wi will give .flOO for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured with Hall's catarrh cure. Taken in ernallv. F. J. CHENEY & C' Props. Toledo. 0. hold by all Druggists, 75c. an uniooked for blow in the mouth, whereat the driver laid down his reins and proceeded to retaliate. The wagon and bay proved that he did his work with a vengeance, as tLey were copiously sprinkled with human claret. Miss Gaffney is up from San Francifco on a visit to her mother. H. NEWS. a move to iucor- "urh' The First Step. Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think , can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning; you are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic, and in Electric Bitters you will rind tbe exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50 cents at S. D. Towne's drugstore. City Trustees. The trustees met Saturday evening, all present but Mr. Torr. The minutes were read. The city clerk was instructed to read-vertise for bids for the construction of the Washington street sewer, as no size of pipe was mentioned in the former request. A communication was received from the dredger company, asking pay for work done in the creek. It was referred to the city attorney. The renort of the citv treasurer in rela- .iitm tn the nnnortinnnient, of the mtv Profit for the year moneys received from taxes, was received. The funds were replenished by the following amounts: The Largest Yield Ever Secured. La Grange, Ga., November 11th. Special. George Truitt brought in bis one hundredth bale of cotton today. The average weight of the hundred is 4f7 pounds. He informed your correspondent that he would probably get two more bales. He has gathered 1.000 bushels of corn from ten acres, averaging 100 bushels to the acre, and 200 bushels of potatoes from one acre. All this was done on a two-mule farm, eighty acres beinj; devoted to cotton. George Truitt will make this year 7r ba'es of cotton clear of all expense, averaging 470 pounds each (9 !li ctB 3,848 75 1.500 bushels of picked seed 2 00 8.000 00 Premiums at Piedmont Exposition I,2u0 00 Premiums at Columbus Exposition 700 00 JOO bushels of sweeE potatoes 50 eta 100 00 General fund, 30 cents on 100 5,507 50 Street fund, 30 cents on. 100 6,597 46 Sewer fund, 5 cents on 100 932 91 Bon l fund, 20 eents on 100 3,731 64 River and Water front fund, 10 eents on SHOO 1,665 82 School fund, 25 cents on S10O. 4,664 56 Library fund, 5 cents on iflOO 932 91 Total 223,322 80 The treasurer also reported that city bonds numbers 16, 17. 18 and 19 have been called in and will be cancelled on the first Monday in January. 1891. Interest coupons on bonds numbered from 16 to 80 will be paid at the same time, which will leave less than 8300 in the . bond fund. The sum of $5,500 was transferred from the street fund to tbe sewer fund. A warrant was ordered drawn in favor of C. B- Williams for the city's half of the cost of construction of the B and Post streets sewers. j Some bills were allowed and the board adjourned till Saturday, December 20th, at 7 P. M. S5,.I48 75 The Southern Farm which was established by the late Henry W. Grady, and to which he gave the best work of his life, will contain in December number a complete account of how George Truitt secured these enormous yields. Besides giving George Trnitt's method of farming, by which he has become rich, it will contain special articles from Dr. W. L. Jones, who edits it exclusively, Uncle Remus, Bill Arp, Plnnkett. Mrs. J. S. Ft. Thomson, Mrs. Dr. W. H. Felton, G. J. Green, Jeff' Welborn, and scores of other well known writers too numerous too mention. Address the Southern Farm, Atlanta, Ga., for sample copy free. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Sausalito is making porate. ' Exanlinations of abplicautsfor U certificates were held in San Rafael yes terday. Mr. Bennett, who designed the Sonoma county courthouse, died at Sacramento Tuesday week. A fire in Westport early Friday morning destroyed four buildings, all having some insurance. A week ago Sunday night Healdsburg was visited by the heaviest frost ever ex perienced in that locality Adolphe Flamant shipped last Thursday a carload of olive trees to an olive company in Sonoma county. Sapa Journal. Santa Rosa merchants say they are do- mg a very good business; fully one hundred per cent better than last year at this season. The steamer South Coast went ashore at Fort Bragg during the gale of December 3rd, and the schooner Abbie went ashore at Caspar the same day. Bruce Cockrill, a horseman well known throughout the state, was thrown from his horse st Salinas on the 1st. and died from injuries received. On Monday Judge Hunter sentenced Nelson W. Greenman. the slayer of Sissul, to imprisonnent in Shu Quentin for the term of his natural lite.Rohnert'ilk Herald. It is said that the bonds on which Worth, the Cloverdale man. was allowed freedom, pending the result of Ardell's wounds, are illegal and cannnot be col lected. Four Chinese in Marin county, charged with illegal fishing, were discharged Inursday on account of inadequate complaint; four more were arrested and held for trial. There is reason to believe that a branch of the Donahue raiiroad will be built be tween Sanel and Lakeport. Five thousand dollars have already been subscribed by Lake county people without any canvas. Evans Jackson, a mill hand at Rider's sawmill near Westport, sustained injuries by getting his hand in the machinery Wednesday, wilh the result that the thumb and first three fingers had to be amputated. A St Helena Chinaman has bought his bride, in the approved celestial fashion paying for her 500 and two fat hogs. They are going to have a tony wedding after which they will live in a new cottage being built for them. Over 48,600 worth of dried grapes have been shipped from Cloverdale by Cook &; Laugley of Riverside, this year, and the same parties bought over $48,000 worth of prunes from Miller 4 Hotchkiss of Healdsburg. Ilevublican. John Duetsch. a Bavarian living in San Rafael, committed suicide by taking strychnine Wednesday, at the residence of his brother-in-law, Matthew Hart. He was a single man, about fifty years old, and said to be a little unsound in mind. Messrs. McKay and Flood have about completed a system of canals to drain thoroughly the stretch of marsh Jand be tween the old toll-road and the San Quentin hills, extending from San Rafael j to Simms Island. This niece of fertile i to oe turned to agricultural ac- Editok Covhier. Will you as an act of jus lice give place to the following corrections of statements made in your last issue in regard to the shooting of rov son. Alfred J. Puckett. by Billy Cook? First, the shooting took place after dark. Second, there was no strayed calf then or any other time, on my premises belonging to James M. Todd. Third. I had no hired man then. I have a small boy living in my family, who used no rough language to James M. Todd or his stepsons. All the bad language used was by Billy Cook and his two brothers. Jiillv Cook shot nt me and the bullet .l.,', tl.i.l 1, .,.,.1 l. . 1...I- ..(- j wuiBiicu UJ my ucnu, ami lie ouuv tiv Hi, i son before my son tried to disarm him. He fired four shots at us in all. The first shot went over his head, the second went through his coat and took the skin off his shoulder. The last bullet passed into his body. While Billy Cook was shooting my son, James M. Todd, his two stepsons, Melvin and Adelbert Cook, John Crilly and a man whose identity is still uncertain, were assnlting me at the same time in a most ferocious manner, which prevented me from assisting my son to the house after he was shot. Neither my son nor myself was armed -never carried arms, though we were warned over a year ago to look out for Billy Cook, but paid no attention to it, j which was very near being fatal neglect ! for us. Aext, .billy Cook will be twenty years j next month. Melvin's and Adelbert's i ages are eighteen and sixteen years respectively. John Crilly is also sixteen years old. He took a very active part in the affair, he and Melvin Cook telling ! Billy Cook to shoot old Puckett, after , the shooting of my son, but either his re-1 volver would not work or he had no more bullets with him. They did their best to ; kill me, however. Billy Cook and the others are out under j bonds. j I hope those papers that copied your j article will do me the justice to copy this : also. E. H. Puckett, Vallejo Towxsmr, Decembsr 14, 18110. ' HOLIDAY GOODS -AT- COWE I'S. KSTAIII.ISHKII ltsfi. K O It . BOOD-ln Santa Itosa, Decsnilmr 12, lsfjo, wife of L. E.Houd, a son. J. HENRY'S FLOUR FEED AND GRAIN DEPOT. Wholesale and Retail. Upper Main Streel Petaluma, C SOLE AGENT FOR THE NOTED STARR FLOUR. Render, remember bread made i Henderson, was awarded first lu-emium (o3 dollars) at our dismct fair in lss'i, and this year a special premium of 10 dollars and two liajrs of. Hour was awarded to Mrs. Cordelia (!ale. IT HAS NO ST PER TOR ; THY IT. Will be sold to tin; trade in "t. 10, 20 or o0 barrel lots, at mill pri'-es. ALL KIND OF MILL STUFFS re. rived direct from the bi-mill at Valltjo, capacity 2."00 barrels dailv ALL GOODS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE JOBBING PRICES. Spot Cash or prompt Payments Monthly. CHICKEN FEED A SPECIALTY. J. HENRY. il .4 it k 1 1: r . STREET DAVIS In East Oakland, December- IsftO, b.v Kev. E. C. Chapman, Waltur E Street and Miss Gracie Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis, formerly of Petal uma. I I K D. SITTON-ln Sacramento, December 14, 1800, Mrs N E Sitton, a native of Illinois, aed 47 ears and S days. SCAN'XELL In Petaluma, December 10, 1890, Jeremiah Scannel, a native of Ireland, af(ed 72 years. LAWRENCE In this city, December 16 1800, James Lawrence, a native of Tennessee, aged 58 years. KOACH Near Valley Ford, December 9, 1890, Maggie, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs 1' Roach. HELP WANTED. An imUistrious, intelligent and energftic man or woman willing to work, can secure profitable employment by applying now for the local agency for this to-vnship for that wonderful new book, LITERARY INDUSTRIES, H H. BANCROFT Tub Famous Author. GEO. P. MCNEAR, Petaluma, Cal., Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi-! 1HIIU tively cures riles, or no pay required. It , wllul- is guaranteed to (five perfect satisfaction, i One Dr. Keeler, who lias been em-or money refunded. Price 25 cents per) ployed iu Dr. Biddies office in Healds-box. For uh bv S. D. Towne. i burg, skipped out last Thursday and left What is it? 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