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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Oity Council—Justice Court Oaees.
Pasadena, Sept. 26.—The city council
met in regular session at 2 o'clock this
afternoon; all members present.
Taking up the regular order of busi
ness, all bills filed up to date were refer
red without reading and the report of
tbe auditing and finance committee rec
commending payment of bills to the
•mount of $25.50 was received and war
rants ordered drawn.
The Highland street railway company
was granted permission to lay a third
rail along the track of the Colorado
etreet car company and nee that track
from Little to Raymond avenues, under
tbe express agreement that the tracks
of the latter be moved to the center
of the street from Little avenue to Fair
Resolutions were passed ordering the
Colorado street car company to pave be
tween its tracks on Colorado street and
for two feet on each side.
Similar resolutions were passed affect
ing the Highland street railway com
The city engineer was instructed to es
tablish tbe grade of Union street, be
tween Pasadena avenue and De Lacy
street; also on Bellview, between Pasa
dena avenue and Orange Grove.
A petition was received and ordered
filed from property owners, asking that
Columbia street, near Orange Grove,
and Orange Grove as far north as Cali
fornia street, and California, east of Or
ange Grove, be pnt in condition before
tbe winter rains set in.
W. U. Masters addressed 'board
relative to tbe dangerous 0 f the
Santa Fe at Walnut street, where many
of the children have croM j n going
and coming from scb Mr. Masters
desired that the hP, jRe be cut down on
each side of the street so that tbe track
may be plainly rum.
A petition j M received asking that a
cement be laid on the west side of
between Walnut and Villa
At. P. G. Wooster. one ef the proper
ty owners, woe present, and objected to
' tbe walk being laid on one side of the
street only. On motion the petition was
A resolution, ordering Pasadena ave
j nue sidewalked on the west side from
Colorado street to Kansas street, was
A resolution was passed giving per
mission to property owners on South
Orange Grove avenue to build a stone
retainining wall around tbe old live oak
tree on Orange Grove, near Columbia
Bids for constructing a cement side
walk on tbe west side of Lincoln
avenue were opened, as follow*: Gray
Bros., lltfo; J. Hart, 10 4 sc.
Hart being the lowest bidder was
awarded the contract.
Tbe report of the city treasurer for
tbe quarter ending August 31st was re
ceived and ordered filed, showing the
following amounts in the various funds:
General fund, $602.97; street im
provement fund, $3000; sewer fund,
$404.83; free library fund, $2100.82; free
library sinking fund, $28.74; fire and
sewer fund, $1463.55; fire fund, $1575;
expense fund, $100.62.
Jessie A. Rose and W. Hardy were up
before Recorder Rose this afternoon for
fast driving. The couple were gathered
in by Marshal Buchanan for racing on
Orange Grove avenue on Sunday last. A
fine of $5 each was imposed and
W. W. Powers, s representative of an
eastern clothing house, who was arrest
ed for peddling without a license yester
day, was up this afternapn, and paid a
fine of $5.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) the case of Jos
eph Brown will come up again. Brown,
it will be remembered, was released
Borne time ago upon a peace bond of
$500. Now Mr. Craig, one of his bonds
men, asks to be released and will be
heard tomorrow, when Mr. Brown will
have to rustle a new bondsman or go to
The case of Ernest Lynwood, other
wise known as the Scar-faced Kid,
charged with battery upon the classical
features of Pompey Comstock, will come
np for hearing on Thursday.
A social and supper will be given by
tbe ladies of tbe North Pasadena Con
gregational church tomorrow evening.
Miss May Colgan of Lob Angeles, who
bas been the guest of Miss Alice Mc-
Caldin for a few days past, returned
Mr. O. W. Brooks, of the firm of Mc-
Donald & Brooks, returned home today
from Seattle, making the entire trip by
water. Mr. Brooks ie much improved
Mr. L. Jarvis, the photographer, who
accidentally got some strong chemicals
into his eyes, is reported to be in dan
ger of losing bis sight. It is sincerely
to be hoped that thia will not prove to
be tbe case.
The Herald office is indebted to Miss
Bates for an elegant box of figs, which
were raised at Mr. O. H. Richardßon'a
handsome home place on South Moline
avenue. Tbe varieties represented were
the Brown Smyrna, Celerte, Burnham's
New Smyrna, White Genoa, Brown
Turkey, Bulletin, Smyrna and Brown
Iscb.es, eill-of which have been brought
to it high state of perfection at Mr.
The) public schools opened today un
der most favorable circumstances for a
good year's work. The total number of
pupils enrolled is 1362; of this number
189 are new, making 89 more than was
enrolled on tbe opening day last year.
In accordance with tne generous offer
of J, B. Glascock, tbe stationery dealer,
a set of Wallace's new book, tbe Prince
of India, bas been won by Miss Emma
Nichols, who came nearest guessing the
number of pupils enrolled the first day.
Tbe guess was 1330.
The annual business meeting of the
Young Men's Christian association will
oe held this (.Tuesday) evening at 7:30
o'clock, in the reading room. As tbere
is important business to transact it is
hoped there will be a full attendance of
members and others interested in asso
ciation work. Chairmen of committees
will have their reports in writing cover
ing the work for tbe year. At tbe close
of the business session Rev. J. B.
Sabin of El Paso, Tex., will address the
members and friends on association
The Salvationists —A Sensational Scene
ait tho Track—ldle Men.
Santa Ana, Sept. 25.—They gave the
hallelujah baby away at the Salvation
Army last night in tbe presence of 600
people. It was a large time for the Sal
vationists in this city, and not less than
(GO was taken in at tbe door. Two new
recruits were sworn in and the army is
growing in this oity every week. Tbe
Salvationists are doing splendid work in
AN IRATE MOTHER.
"Go back to Los Angeles, and never
set foot in this city again!" was
what an irate mother said to a
former Santa Ana. young lady in
front of one of the hotels of this city
this morning. "You are not good
enough to marry my son, and I do not
want you to be bothering him." But
the young lady addressed has not left
town yet; and, in fact, she says she will
not. The young man in tbe case—it is
more than probable he will have to
marry the young lady in question before
he gets on V of the scrape he is in, as the
girl olai'aig be bas ruined ber. Sensa
tional developmemts are expected in
tfiaVery neor future.
. ' AT THE TRACK.
Since Banta Ana is given over to horse
racing talk theee days, it might be well
to remark tbat Silkwood went a mile to
day in 2 :ll)tj quite easily. Tbe horse is
doing well, although tbe hoof upon
which are the two quarter cracks is in
very bad shape and apt to pive way at
Gifford's horsss are doing better. Alta
Reina is getting right ond will be a for
midable starter in tbe 2:27 trot.
Sam Goldstein has a yearling pacer
that promisee to be a world-beater. The
youngster is bred to go, and has went
miles lately in 3:05 and better with
I scarcely any work. The genial Sam is
looking for a epecial race with some one
who has a speedy yearling to go against
P. Hodges has his string in fine shape.
Nearly all bis horses are from Los An
geles, and they are good ones, too. The
promieing one of the string is Credit, the
McKinney colt, the property of Mr.
Gardiner of Los Angeles.
The runners are getting better. The
2-year-old, Cherokee, in Tierney's string
will soon be himeelf again, although he
has been a very sick horse. He will not
start in the races here. Broadchurcb,
in the same stable, is doing well.
Marco Foster's horses are getting in
shape and Nancho B. will be a etrong
horse in the mile and a qnarter dash.
Carpenters are at work making addi
tional stalls and doing other work on
the grounds, and the track ia being put
in the best of condition.
Early next week the pavilion will be
arranged, and tbe eecretary'a office will
be moved to Spurgeon's opera house.
Nearly all the racers from the north
will arrive early next week, and already
large numbers are securing accommoda
tions for tbe week.
A large number of harvest bands were
paid oti at tbe Ban Joaquin ranch today,
having completed threshing. Over
$7000 was paid to the men today, being
part of the pay for handling the largest
grain crop ever harvested in the valley.
The work is not yet over wilh many of
THE WORLD'S FAIK EXHIBIT.
The latter part of this week the Or
ange County World's Fair association
will ship a carload of vegetables to add
to tbe display which the county already
has in the white city. This will be the
best part of the display, for the car will
be loaded with tbe largest pumpkins,
the best potatoes, the finest corn,
onions, beets and citrons that tbe
famous Santa Ana valley can produce.
This is sufficient to insure tbat the
products will be immense. Every day
brings letters of inquiry from persons
intending to locate here and who are
desirous of learning more about this
goodly land. The Orange county ex
hibit has undoubtedly done much good
to tbe county.
The supervisors have been in session
today, the principal object of tbe meet
ing being tbe formal fixing of the tax
levy, as published in the Herald laet
week. Tbe river work also came up for
consideration, and tbe contract for the
driving of 1500 'piles was let to Mr.
Leadbetter, who will receive $1.25 for
each pile driven. The piles are to be
set 12 feet deep. One hundred men are
at work in the river bed now, and every
thing is moving finely. Tbe Santa Fe
company will furnish rock for the em
bankment near the Orange bridge, the'
rock to be brought frum the company's
quarry in Riverside county free of
charge. One gang of men is at work
near the Olive bridge, while the other
crew is working below tbe Fifth etreet
more idle men.
Every day finds the number of idle
men increasing in this city, and today
the number was swelled by tbe quitting
of two threshers end tbe letting off of
40 bands. There is absolutely nothing
for laborers to do here now, for tbe beet
and grain harvests are ovsr. Marshal
Nichols says that nearly all the idle men
banging about tbe city would work if
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2-i. 1893.
tbey could, although be also says there
are several hoboß among the gang.
SANTA ANA NOTES.
H. A. Peabody and B. F. Hall are at
Tbe annual meeting of tbe Orange
county chamber of commerce will be
held next Monday night in Mosbangh's
James Buckley has sold lot 2 and half
of lot 3 in Fruit's addition to Santa Ana
to John 1). Beach for 81000. Mr. Beach
will erect a neat residence on hie wur
Fred Downs, who committed an un
natural crime against Carl Jennings.was
found guilty today before Judge Towner
and a jury.
Lather G. Brown's arraignment on a
charge of assault with intent to kill has
been continued until next Tbnrsday.
The trial of Charles R. Funk, charged
with forgery, has been set for the 23d of
next moath. Funk goes to jail, being
unable to give bail.
The case of the people vs. C. S. Par
cells has been set for November 6th.
Parcelle is charged with perjury, and
pleads not guilty.
Rev. W. F. Harper, formerly of
Tacoma, bas been called to the pulpit of
tbe First Baptist church of this city.
The gentleman is an earnest, able di
Leonard Parker, aged 78 years, suss
his wife, Eva A. Parker, for divorce.
Parker bas reached an age when he be
lieves marriage a failure.
Special trains will be run to Santa
Ana from Los Angeles on the day of the
A Quiet Sunday-Death of Alri. Twit-
Santa Monica, Sept. 25.—Sunday was
a quiet day for Santa Monica although a
goodly number came down. Tbe day
was a charming one but there was no
special attraction which a sea-side re
sort should have to give tone to tbe
It strikes your correspondent that it
would pay the good people and the rail
road company to at least have a good
band give an open air concert here every
pleasant Sunday in the year. There
were a number of early touriets down
yesterday who spoke about the matter,
and I give it to them free to act upon as
tbey deem best.
Mrs. Ellen E. Twicbell, wife of Jus
tice C. C. Twichell, died at ber home on
the corner of Second etreet and Utah
avenue, yesterday morning at 11:30
o'clock, in her 70th year, lacking four
months to reach the biblical three score
and ten. Deceased was a native of Eng
land and came to the coast 14 years ago
from Rockford, 111., where Bhe met the
jndge and was married. Her illness wsb
a brief one. The funeral takes place to
day at 4 p. m. from her late residence;
interment taking place in the local cem
Mrs. Washington Barry, late of San
Francisco, who charmed a large circle of
friends here during the past season by
her rich contralto voice, has moved to
Los Angeles, where Bhe is teaching voice
The last game of polo for the season
was played on Saturday last.
A football team, composed of our local
athletes, are practicing for the fall cam
paign and claim they will be able to
bold their own against all comers.
Dr. H. G. Bartlett, who has summered
here, has gone to San Francisco to at
tend lectures on dentietry.
H. A, Russell was arrested by Mar
shal M. K. Banetto and the trial waa set
for today by Justice Twichell.
Judge John D. Polk, attorney for the
Consolidated Electric Railroad compauy,
after enjoying a few days here, the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Kinney, re
turned home Sunday.
K. O. Newton was in from Polljo park
on Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilber of Mard,
Ore., are at tbe Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bettner have re
turned to their Rivetside borne after en
joying the season here.
Among the recent addition to tbe St.
James registry list are Mrs. E. E. Mc-
Gibbon, San Bernardino; F. F. Dorn
fleld. San Pedro; A. T. McAtee, Garra
pataß; J. R. Higby, E. H. McCanl, W.
F. MoAroy, J. K. Nelson, Los Angeleß;
Laweon Scott, Mendota, ill.
M. S. Severance and family hove re
turned from their northern trip and are
enjoying a few days at the sea Bide be
fore returning home.
John Sheehan and J. Mclnheney were
arraigned before Juetice Twichell for
disturbing tbe peace on Sunday. The
trial was postponed dntil September
Among yesterday's arrivals at the Ar
cadia were Mr. and Mrs. R. Mercer, A.
Nichols, Mieß Annie Wills, James Mur
rey, E. C. Reynolds. R. A. MdComas,
Miss Gordon, Mils G. R. Drennan, Los
Mrs. Dr. Wills's cottage on Ocean ave
nue is about ready for occupancy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Conder of River
side are at the St. James.
Dr. P. M. White enjoyed his Sunday
at the city by the sea.
Items of Interest.
SCHADBB ii CO., beers, wines, liquors, mln
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite postofnee.
An Efllgy Huns to a Telegraph Vole.
Puentb, Sept. 25. —Mr. JohnF. Hayes
of San Francisco, whc has been on a
visit to bis eon, Thomas F. Hayes, of
Puente, took the train for hiß home on
Saturday. He is very much pleased
with Southern California, and will reside
here in tbe future.
School opened here last Monday with
a fair attendance.
George Wise and D. C. Meneing are
shipping several carloads of grapes to
Pironi & Slatri's winery at Lob Angelee.
Grant Bros., railroad contractors, are
still camped here. Several of their
teams were taken to Loe Angeles on a
contract. Mr. William Burton is in
Several carloads of grain are being
shipped to Lob Angeles for storage, both
warehouses being full here.
William Rowland is shipping a fine
quality of hay to Arizona, where be
finds a good market for it.
Our usually quiet little town was
thrown into a fever of excitement this
morning by tbe report tbat a man wsa
hanged to a telegraph post last night,
aud on investigation sure enough we
found tbe corpse suspended by a single
wire. On close inspection we found tbat
life was extinct. The victim had no
money or papers to verify his identity.
His dress being that of an ordinary
workingmen, no one supposed he was
banged for hia money. But probably
the present bard times drove the poor
man to the act, aa hia stomach was
found to contain nothing but straw, as
also hia pants legs, both being stuffed
with tbat article.
The Case or K. J. Whitten—Local
Pomona, Sept. 25. —Deputy District
Attorney L. Harris came out on tbe
11:37 Southern Pacific train this morn
ing to appear in tbe case of tbe people
vs. R. J. Whitten, tbe particulars of
whose arrest appeared in the Pomona
items published in this morning's
Hekald and which came up in Recorder
Young's court at 2 o'clock this afternoon,
bnt on motion of Mr. Harris was post
poned until 10 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing, the 27th inst. Tbe attorneys for
the defense are P. C. Tonner and Len
Claiboone. Mr. Whitten is out on bail.
Tbe Unitarian society is now making
collections of tbe amounts subscribed
towards tbe building of their church,
as it ia nearing completion.
The colored people of Pomona are
soliciting subscriptions to a church
building fund and are meeting with
There was some horse racing in the
vicinity of Spadra on yesterday after
noon, which was witnessed by quite a
number tbat enjoy a Sunday afternoon
diversion of that kind.
There is being put up in front of the
double store rooms of the C. E. White
block an awning which will be quite a
welcome addition in rainy weather at
least to the sidewalk pedestrian.
Quite a quantity of eugar beets have
passed thsougb Pomona in tbe last few
days en route to the Chino sugar beet
Mrs. Downey still has to use crutches,
notwithstanding some 10 or 12 weeks
have elapsed since Bhe wrenched her
ancle while in Sun Antonio canon.
Mr. Preston I. Tarr seems to have en
rolled himself temporarily upon the in
valid list, having to wend bis way very
slowly and carefully with the aid of a
cane to and from bis place of business.
Mr. F. J. Martin docs not seem to
have been benefitted by hie trip, and is
still looking rather feeble since his re
turn to Pomona and hia business.
Mrs. J. K. Dimond and her eldest son
left on the Southern Pacific thia morn
ing for Los Angeles. The latter is at
present in very poor health.
Mr. J. S. Doyle of Atlanta, Ga., is in
Pomona, taking a look at tbe town and
Mrs. Logan expects to leave for Chica
go and other eastern points in a day or
Mrs. Macey will leave tomorrow for St.
Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Persinger for Sa
Editor and Mrs. Haskell of the Pro
gress were passengers on the 8:23 a. m.
Santa Fe train today, west bound.
Terrell Thomas went to Azusa this
Albert Colin of Los Angeles was here
yesterday visiting his brother Nathan
Tbe pupils from thia point for Pomona
college, Claremont, are now conveyed
by a "bus" line instead of via tbe motor
line as heretofore.
Mr. L. Harris of Los Angeles is in
H. H. Vincent of the Santa Fo office,
Pomona, save be anticipates a goodly
number to Rubio Canon tomorrow.
Rev. and Mrs. Ulyases G.B.Pierce
are expected home this week, as he iB
to fill hia pulpit on Sunday next.
- The saloon of Francis & Whitten bas
not been opened for business today.
'CaII and examine a copy of the li.lus
tkathd Annual Herald; you will be
pleased with it.
Frank Stockton and the Squirrel Inn
Clnb—The Stewart Hotel.
San Beenakdino, Sept. 25.—Several
weeks ago the Herald published a
lengthy illustrated article on the Arrow
bead Mountain club and their summer
retreat in the San Bernardino moun
tains bearing the name of Squirrel inn,
and explained how the hostelry received
its name. Frank It. Stockton, the au
thor of the book entitled Squirrel Inn.
from which the club's reeort takes its
name, wrote the following letter to K.
H. Wade, Esq.:
Convent Station, N. J. Sepr. 11.
K. H. Wade, Esq.:
Dear Sir—l have received your letter and
also the express packag*. I wish to assure the
members of the Arrowhead club, through you,
of my sincere gratification at being elected an
honorary member of the club, and to tender
my thanks for this honor. I will also gay that,
having learned from the very Interesting news
paper account which you sent me, tbat ihe idea
of the club derived from my story, "Tbe Squir
rel Inn," I feel proud that my lmagin-iry ho«
--tolry should produce such material offspring,
as tho inn described in tbat article.
I wish to thank you personally for tho set of
acmirnble photographs which you were so kind
as to send me. Tr.ey make mo long to see your
beautifu. country, aud if I should ever jouroey
to ihe r-acinc coast 1 shall surely visit San Ber
nardino aud tne Squirrel Inn.
Wlih kind regards to yourself and the club,
end best wishes for Ub coutinued success.
Very tincerely yours,
Fbank B. Stockton.
MAY NOT BE COMPLETED.
Several reports have been circulated
on tbe streete, to the effect that tbe
Stewart hotel, which is being built,
would not be completed, but would be
roofed over when tbe second story bad
been finished. This is a mistake, as the
directors say the exterior plans will be
carried out according to contract, but
the interior finish oi tbe uppor stories
will be left tor the present, or until
there is some prospect of leasing the
hotel. The storerooms on the ground
floor will be finished at once. If it
should ha leased and finished in the
near future, the majority of our citizens
would be pleased.
TAX RATE FIXED.
The supervisors met today and went
through routine business. The most
important question that occupied their
attention was tbe fixing of the connty
tax levy for the coming year, as follows:
State fund $ .570
County fund 73
Building fund 0!)
Hospital iuud 075
Bond fund 001
Boad fund .15
BCheol luud 'JOS
Total ] SI. 830
This is 2 cents lower than Riverside
county's tax levy.
Phil Harris of Santa Ana is in town.
Col. T. J. Wilson paid Los Angeles a
Mrs. 0. W. Allen departed last even
ing for Chicago.
James Johnson secured a license to
wed Hiss Delia Kirfoot,.
Geo. M. Cooley was on the streets
again today alter a lengthy sickness.
Charles Button was arraigned in the
superior conrt today on a charge of
murdering Gne. Bohn in August lost.
W. A. Harris was in town today for a
Tbe portly Adonis of the city office of
the Santa Fe road returned today from
Mrs. J. K. Schemerhorn and daughter
Olive are home from Santa Monica,
where they spent the summer.
Police Officers Heap and Honeywell
are in tbe Angel City to testify in the
trial of Mock Chut.
In tbe case of the People vs. Hopes
the jury disagreed and were discharged.
They stood eight for conviction and four
Justice Knox today united Herman
Bunkers and Kate Pomroy in marriage
at his office.
Dr. A. B. Wise ia attending the meet
ing of the state board of veterinary sur
geons in Loa Angeles today.
Judge J. A. Gibson of San Diegs en
joyed tbe beauties of Squirrel inn yes
Several large mining parties have left
this city of late for the Goler district,
tbe scene of the finding of a $1000 nug
Tbe Appolo club will commence re
hearsing Daughter of Jarius October
2d under tbe direction of Prof. H. S.
The Sick All Convalescing- Local News
Compton, Sept. 25.—The sick people
of onr neighborhood are improving, ac
cording to latest reports.
Will Wilson returned from San Ja
cinto Saturday night.
Ed. Robinson and wife are visiting
Geo. Cannon of Los Angeles delivered
a lecture to the Church of the New Era
yesterday. A good-sized audience
listened to tbe discourse, which was a
master-piece of advanced thought.
There' were no services at tbe Method
ist church Sunday night.
Rev. Starkey is reported to be im
Dr. West Confesses How He Disposed
of the Body of the Murdered Girl.
"When I aeked him for news of my
child," said Mr. Giimour, "he told me
he had nothing to tell. I endeavored to
persuade him to tell what be knew, but
he continued to say that beyond treat
ing ber for a few days be knew nothing
of her, and also knew nothing of her
whereabouts. Then I told him that un
less he told what he knew I would give
him into the hands of tbe officers who
were waiting outside. There was no
one outside save Mr. Austin, but he was
not aware of thia. He wanted botb
Mrs. Austin and myself to swear that
we would never try to harm him in any
way, and tbat if we would take our
solemn oaths to this effect he would tell
what he knew.
"I told him," continued Mr. Giimour,
"that I would promise never to barm
him and would not prosecute. All tbat
I wanted was my child ii Bhe were alive
or her body if she were dead. I made
him thia solemn promise, but Mre.
Austin did not make any promises.
Tbe doctor then came and stood in front
of us, and, taking our hands in hia, eaid:
" 'God only knows what suffering I
have undergone and what mortal ago
nies of conscience I have endured. Now
I am happy and thankful, for I can re
lieve my mind of tbe awful load that
haß driven me. to the verge of insanity.
I believe you to be an honest man and
you an honest woman, and believing
this I will tell all."
" 'But where is my child?' I asked,
" 'She ie dead.'
" 'Where did she die ?'
" 'In there,' he replied, pointing to
the back room, which I have since
learned was used by the doctor as a
laboratory and kitchen.
" 'If she is dead,' I said, 'where is
" 'Her head iB at Lime Point. It was
found there some days ago. Her body I
gave to two medical students.'
" •When did she die?' I asked.
" 'He pointed to a calendar hanging
on the wall and replied, 'September 9.'
"I aßked bim if he had told me the
whole truth, and be held up his left
band and took a solemn oath that he
had told all that he knew, end that what
he had told me was the wbole truth. He
then went on at great length and told
what agoniei of body and mind he had
suffered since his daughter's death. He
said that he had lost IU pounds in
weight. I was prostrated with grief, and
scarcely knew whether I was alive or
dead. The doctor's terrible disclosures,
his tragic manner, his solemn oath and
the knowledge of the awful fate that bad
overtaken my poor girl, rendered me
senseless for tbe moment, and I could
not move band or foot. Mrs. Austin eat
fainting in her chair beside me, and tbe
doctor, throwing off his tragic manner,
went to the table to get her a glass of
spirits. Then my Senses came back to
me, and I insisted that bhe should not
drink the wine, as I waa afraid it was
"Just how wo got out of the house I
shall never know," continued the grief
stricken father, "but when we reached
the street Mrs. Austin fell fainting into
the arms of her husband, and it was
fully half an hour before we could revive
"I cannot recall all of the protesta
tions and self-accusations of the doctor,
but ail that he said that related to my
daughter's death is indelibly impressed
upon my memory. He did not say in
so many words that she died while iie
was performing a criminal operation,
but that was what he meant for ua to
understand. Neither did he say directly
tbat he removed the bead from tbe
body, but I have given his exact
language, and there can be no other
"That is absolutely all that took place
at tbe interview. What has since oc
curred you already know."
It was with great reluctance that Mr.
Giimour and Mrs. Austin consented to re
view the painful scenes of that terrible
night, but when at last all was said they
felt relieved, and, no doubt, took some
satisfaction in knowing that the world
would know bo much more of the man
who paces his cell and professes to be
innocent of any connection with the
death of Addie Giimour. —San Francisco
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A NUMBER OP DELEGATES WHO
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED.
Becretery Willard to Represent This
District—Other Local Selectiona.
Annonnements Blade by a
Number or Governora*
Governor Markbam has appointed
Mr. 0. T. Willard, secretary of the
chamber of commerce of this city, as the
representative of tbe sixth congres
sional district to tbe irrigation congress.
Among tbe others announced are a
number from various business organiza
tions throughout the section.
The Ice House Canon Water and
Power company oi this city will send
Mr. James T. Taylor, its vice-president.
M. S. Severance, secretary of the Mus
cupiable Land and Water company,
will represent that organization. The
San Diego Flnme company ie to be
represented by its vice-president, W.
H. Ferry; and tbe Riverside Construc
tion company announce Mr. James T.
Taylor, tbe engineer of the organiza
tion, as its representative. Mr. Adolph
Wood will be in attendance for tbe
Arrowhead Reservoir company of San
Bernardino county. N. A. Marfield,
editor and proprietor of the Phoenix
Herald, states that bis paper will have a
representative at the congress, who will
probably be himself.
The following have been announced
as the Kansas delegation: E. R. Moses,
H. S. Everett, G. Baldwin, Grand Bend ;
D. M. Frost, A. W. Stubbs, Garden
City; H. M. Lsster, Syracuse; J. L.
Brietow, Salina; H. S. Gregory, IngallB;
M. Wahler, E. B. Cowgill, Topeka;
George Black, Olatbe.
Hon. R. K. Colcord, governor of
Nevada, writes tbat be will attend the
congress if possible and names the fol
lowing as delegates: L. H. Taylor,
Reno; J. E. Jones, Carson; Daniel
Bonelli, Rioville; W. C. Pitt, Love
locks; E. C. McLellan, Elko; H. F.
Danberg, Jr., Genoa.
Hon. L. Crounse, governor of Ne
braska, names the following as dele
gates : C. H. Meeker, McCook; C. H.
Peck, Trenton; E. N. Scale, Ogallala;
Charles Tilton, Culberteon; F. L. Bur
nell, Fremont; J.W.Harper, Sidney;
D. S. Paddock, Fort Robinson; F. J.
Fobs, Crete; A. E. Wells, Oakland; S.
B. Wiley, James Stepbenßon, A. Rose
water, R. H. Howell, Omaha; B. F.
Gentry, Gering; C. A. Pierson, Im
perial ; H. C. Russell, Schuyler.
Hon. John E. Rickards, governor of
Montana, announces the following ap
pointees as delegates from that state i
William A. Clark, Butte; T. H. Klein
echmidt, Helena; Z. T. Bnrton, Cbo
teau; O. F. Goddard. Billings; J. A.
Brown, Dillon ; Frank L. Sizer, Helena;
W. A. Sutherlin, White Sulphur Springs;
George Eichorn, Miles City; George F.
Field, Great Falls ; Christian Kenckand
Otto Peterson, Sah Diego; Nelson Story,
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EDWlii CAWSTON, 121 8. Broadway.
Notice of the Sale of Bonds of Ana
heim Irrigation District.
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNTIL,
of that day. sealed proposals will be received by
I tho board of direc.or* of Ihe Anaheim Irrigf.
tion district, lu tho county of Orange, state of
j California, at their office in the city of Anaheim,
county and Mate afor-said, for the purchase of
twohundredthousanddollars.orsuch part there
■ of as satisfactory bids may be received therefor,
of the issue of the bonds of the district, watch
said bonds were Issued In accordance with the
provisions of an act of the legislature, known
as the Wright act, as amended by »n act ap
proved March 20th, 1891, the entile Issue
thereof consisting of eleven hundred bonds of
the par value of $500 each, and Ave hundred
bonds of the par value of $100 each, dated July
1, 1893, and payable in ten series a* provided
in said ..ft Interest and principal payable at
the office of ihe Union Trust company of Ban
Francisco, Cal., or at the office of the Metropol
itan Trust company of New York oily, at the
option of the holder thereof.
Bald proposals should be addressed to said
board, and endorsed, "Proposal* for Purchase
of Bonds," and will be opened by *»id board on
the day aud hour above mentioned and the
purchase awarded to the highest bidde,, but
tho board reserves the right to reject any and
all bid'. Said proposal* to be avsompanled by
a certified check payable to the erder of said
board in the amount of two per cent of eaeh
and all bids..
By order as ssse* uqwA _ .
B. V. OAKWOwd, Secretary.
Dated gept. 5th, 1393. » » *tt