Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - January 7, 1889, Oakland, California 7, 1889. THE 1 l Young for a Public He Is it tlic State He and Others Might Eivo Daring a Quiet Sundry in Janvary 0, 18E He look the pony The first impression upon the that protruded the on side breast pocket of a Prince Albe -t coat and who knows atn thing Knows tbat no out -ide breau pocket is a proper belonging of a Prim i- Albert and the scarf th it held a noticeable The if a purgative green color and as dismal in hue os the light whence it receives its ation times in some a delicate blue and was not in mony with the kerchief in It wao not electric The f need with brown and the were cH of the same fawn i ri bed that had paid a duty of per cent larce char were pendent the center of his double He had drummed up ac ance several financial tourists MI the Oregon express train on one of whom a y He tad a of poi y He offered it to the gaslight aud watch The combination took it. In took several pulls at the then it began to speak by tLe for the fawn colored ribbed 1- surrounded a i- in a seat in a bullet car a of the third House the State supposed to have influence with two members of the State and throe members of the To him he exposed his under the opening effect of the U was more effectual in a pi than any nickel i i auy ail t. I'm going to mento for a couple of I want something to do in the m il 1 want you to say a good word position do you I don't you want a position you should make a drive for some particular Don't you know what you I don't but I kinder thought engrossing clerk would I e pretty which or don't either one vould you any I am solid with tic bosses n or I don't Solid with with you a or a don't Either whatever of I have i with the can I help you the Democrats he ve of each don't care where the v 3tes com I want a Then that gaslight HI blue and young mar. blandly told me that he a a couple of from Ins business and intended to spend it n and thought he might make a Hitle something while g and there are many he -e who have Yet this collection oJ vagaries without any political without without g save a lerce and well desire f something that will jret for he was his collection hires this morning with great mility before Jerry who was submitting his boots to a coat ol applied by i. direct d of an Italian T rince at a street side stand near the Union Houl The Desire has qua tercel himself at the Golden Eacl champagne ve Calilo call ol label sells for a bit a and I 1 the register in order to h Upon that book at that boot that contains the scrawny signatures ot many mon i the for a few i call that boo indicates by the thereon the hour at which one registers tinder a date 5th, Duve Ei Ss n The of Jie abbre iated first name is the of the and the initial letter of the nan e surrounds the that fol ow it. Tl o is not inclosed by auy scro he who wrote y deemed tbat of him ol Perhaps ho was It that young fawn closed m d fawning Desire desired to the i i- fluence of the members of the tive delegation of Alameda county he would have sought the Senators in tl e places designated He might sought in for the are not always at the places of abode but ho might leave a Senator and Mrs. J young Senator have at the of Tenth and H Senator who is not i- by his large ai convenient rooms at the Golden a large because they are ai I convenient because more legislation -s actually accomplished at Eagle than at the Capitol Senator is living He .is as usual apparently contorted than Perhaps this aggregation jf and tie and charms and fawn colt decide to seek the As n elected by trusting voters if He might find Assemblyman M. Keown at H if should g i at the proper both a farmer and a school H o is evidently not a city but ev he nas plenty of sense and wi be a man on some committe under in vith which is He says h e to for Assemblyman Charles C the searcher should go t D thf 711 H and f Joely be tad the ot un- All who e treated to an invitation to visit Mr. Alexander to-day that in point of tasteful and abundant decoration his apartments are the handsomest in Blue is the prevailing Simpson of who this carrying a nonie new valise and wearing a new light colored top might be found in the hours that some people waste in at 1015 L At other when the Assembly is not in the if would go to the room or some other room at the ilr Hyde is boarding at a house on Seventh Mrs. Hyde accompanies and henco the fawn colored young man might see one member of the family should lie call when Hyde is Should he seek Mr. as the successor of Mr. of the last is regarded with a vast deal of he should go to the corner of O and Twelfth he would find Perhaps hs might want to find the of the Bay Should tbat ba his desire be would not have it ratified Mr. Culver has 1191 yet Should his for the blind boss of a Livermore be sufficient to gain him admission to his august he would call at the Union Hotel and his business to Jerry with his great has been here for two If he should deem Jake Secretary of the Republican State tral of anv use to lie should walk along X and he certainly would lind him very But he could not detain him for Jake is a very buyy man and rushes over the uneven sidewalks of capital city with a rapidity only equaled by the repetitions of the tations to take of Democrats to their friends in the mi- in the Should this clothes look like they gone through a toy Outing go to the Capitol noon he would see upon the floor of the Senate chamber a gorgeous new crimson velvet carpet that would harmonise with his and unon the floor of the bly a magnificent new green velvet pet that would with the outcome of liis ol anarchy and home a Senator Ironi the Ninth whim he heard of the Should this young man spend the afternoon at the Capitol and all his time in the whence Senators and Assemblymen are dragged during a call of the he would inspect the solemn ceremony of ing the new members ot the Senate and all the members of tht Assembly to support the and to perform tho duties of their high to the best of their All take the Some respect it. He would sec the in squads of holding toward heaven their right hands arid bowing after Judge YBD tlie solemn He would hear the clerk call the roll and then he would a motion to and by scattering of the members would that the motion Ho would miss from the Seriate the sonorous voice Ned by the wny is secretary of the ate and will hold that his successor is Hut now the und secretary is studying journalism conducted in Sew York and the State of California knows his If this fairn colored suh had boon in search of information of a tion this afternoon it would have soun and learned many It woulU have seen front of the Capitol E handsome with dark a light cutaway and striped trousers at the a blazing diamond as a collar an opal rounded by small diamonds aa. a to The owner of these clothes and and likewise the wearer of them is Senator Archibald Yell of At the of the revolt tho Tarpey denomination of the cratic party of this one of the most in the Senate was selected as the candidate for against S. M. revolt has been thoroughly however and Yell might have said to the fawn clothed searcher tuat at ent he no chance of occupying the President's and that the An- geles Senator will be his own The voiceful White will certainly be re- elected unless dead things The voung man must be if he have auy sense of at the regret of the members of tho Assembly at the unexpected ret urns tbat showed a Democratic majority of in the Lower The licans had arranged organisation of the and F. L. an able jolly and horse man of have been The speaker will be not but one Kobert Howe of Sonoma will wield the gavel tbat was used by Jordan two years The young man not be able to he will see at the of the Secretary of the made ous by its last but he announce that he would see cither I'd of the Stale ral was defeated by Hamilton two or Lewis of San From the desk of tlie President of the looking over the new crimson suggestive of the man any politics In his soul would observe lorty arranged so that nil face toward tho principal place in tue the of the desk has c In the center of the chamber are by bearing the cards of Hon. W. W. of and Hon. F. 3. of On the side of the chamber to the of the president's right which probably is the one to be at the point a big which in this con- isi not formed of is the desk the card of Hon. AV. E. Dargie of The position is a good The occupant ran readily reach the lobby and he has no desk If he not catch the President's eye he will be out one tbe young man with a speculative suit should have in his wardrobe a speculative he would guess about a few to be awarded and also about p. few If he were equally smart with which he is He might venture to under his that Senator J. 32. Wilson of San Francisco will be the nominee of the Republican caucus for the minority vote for President of the and that F. L. Coombs oi Kapa will have the complimentary vote lor Speaker of the at the time that Howe of the boring county receives the vote that is some He might predict that Senator will be appointed chairman of the Committee on He might learn tdat Senator Dixon Will get the chairmanship ol the Com on Public Buildings and a place on the State Prison He might and certainly would pre- dict that no Assemblyman from meda county be chairman of a yet he might intimate that Assemblyman who was chairman of the on rations at the last will be a member of the same that Assemblyman as a matter oE will be on the Judiciary Com- that Assemblyman Hyde will be n member of the Committee on lic of which he was chairman two years and will to pass his Lieu Land which he out died on tho at the last that will be a member of the Committee on that Assemblyman Culver will have a rear position on the Committee of Public and Assemblyman Simpson grace the Committee on Public in the duties ol which he will be assisted by that dignified and exemplary Dad Brierly of Los is to might with sense ask the young ruan of a election pass the Oakland and introduce cinca Solomon would Then the earnest seeker after truth would leurn by careful investigation that revision of the election and registration laws is a He would learn also that the new charter for Oakland seems sure be approved early in the notwithstanding the fight to he made it by Assemblyman backed by residents of West who are afraid of being smoked out by a new The young man would learn in a very few minutes thut the attention of bers of the Legislature is directed ward the for the division of county and constituting the new of because that at present is thf only behind which there is a corpulent sack ready to be Upon this much legislation will Votes one way or be and hence this local one for not four men in either house care one mav and probably will bs used as a lever for con- trolling legislation upon matters in which every resident of the State is Tho young man would if ha gains any knowledge from his that this will be a very dull even this yonng might learn that insurance bills they are culled will be in- in The insurance agents calmly and complacently assert thut no but if the young man with kerchief and scarf should return here about three weeks he if he knew where to find discover a ance agents will insist upon getting They will be fearful again this and though the reports of a are undoubtedly yet thers may and I predict there will a canvas here before three weeks hare If is truly in Buckley's he might hear very strange things this afternoon evening at the Union The Livermore vine grower is posing as the absolute monarch and tho good Democratic legislators are tunning to his throne as a mouse runs after To those who do not come 01 their own volition a polite message iu Some obey the A few do A very A The Democratic was hold this Ono will be held Will the fluted fawn be there? I do not If he is some one will ask him to take u pony He will take the pony J. ETERNAL Hopes and Fears of the Men in Caucuses and Meet and Fix Eulogies Pronounced Upon ata ernor and Senator January cratic caucus last night elected and Murphy to select the Senate The Republicans are not allowed the courtesy of selecting a minority of the com- The Senators in favor whitu for President of the Senate had scare last they heard that Dixon of Alameda had from White to Dixon was then sent for and pledged himself for Yoll is still in the but White ia almost a sure may beat Smith for tlie who lias concurrent lution approving the Oakland says he will introduce it immediately upon will have Committee on Education as well as Democratic caucus this morning decided to adjourn to 11 A. M. row after swearing the in. A formal caucus is for o'clock this White called the Senate order and delivered a eulogy upon Governor and Senator After swearing in the new members the ate adjourned to II A. M. The Assembl v adjourned at the same January caucus of the Democratic senators held this White of Los Augeles but nothing of importance wss It was agreed 10 adjourn 7 o'clock thia when the officer of the Senate will be The Mends of Edwin Smith still claim that he tlie Secretaryship of the His only formidable opponent is now George Peckham of It is said that Senator White's opponent for President pro has practically and concedes the place to the man from Los A conference of the Sam Francisco delegation was held last It was decided to ask the Assembly caucus for one third cf the patronage as San cisco has no candidate for The members agreed to support Robert Howe of Sonoma for that and Eifo arranged that Jerry Driscoll should the choice for It is expected that both houses will January lu CAUCUS at 1 t' the minority for of Ihe Presiden pro J. N. E. James A. Ass R. J. Guy ar 1 W. A. John Assistant Sergeant it Edward Frank g J. C. Mary E. The T Assembly wa i held immediately after nt of the lower and D. A. f. strom oJ Yuba was elected Nothing was ami the caucus until o'clock this Senate met at 12 President pro White delivered in an tiie late Governor n after calling the membi rs to The speaker also referred to the death of Senator A. L. Chandler in tl sistant Secretary McCarthy t leu called the roll of the hold t nineteen answering to their He next called the i M of the new i and called up by districts c id sworn in. After ordering the 1 resident's remarks printed in the Jo Senate adjourned until at 11 A. M. out of respect to th of The was called ti order Frank Chief Clerk of the The new sworn in by batches of CRIMINALS IK 001 WITHOUT A Some Succeeded and Others Sentences on tho Judge did u land i ness this morning in the crii The first violator of the law 1 to receive justice who was accused of the The young guilty to the aaii live minutes he changed his stated that he is Hi made the plea that client stolen an old gun worth he had pawned at a saloon The prisoner was sentenced months in San Patrick McDonough anm the court that he was guilty o in the second His stated that his client was a crime of entering a store an cents worth man was sent to San for a term of three Max a young ma witn withdrew his guilty and pleaded guilty The Sheriff was instructed to prisoner to ship on a The information against him fore dropped from the docket Eobert announced he is i of the crime of mayhem for Lawrence's was set for Hist. Tb will be defended by W. W. lators of Sice busi m le of not in about anil attorney had only which r to three unced to burglary attorney guilty of t stealing e youns i charged loa of not e allow the S George at guilty His trial A SINGE I. Mian THE FIRST and Have a this morning Hen took his oath as Coroner and ments later he received a nt A.D. Wilder I hat the track wi found the body of a man ly the between Seminary Sun Mr. Evers se which made the first i he haying been in o few The body was that of a lat 45 years of dressed in blu nud brown check co pockets were some business c various and a lottery the December drawing num 067, which drew Fronk said tha claim the and asserts curred in hia IL is that he will make no he also had a case on the fn Mr. Evers says tha began at 12 o'clock last cr Frank Evers i few tics from had ng park and it for the jse of his See hut a some vest and it. In the irds from ticket for lered 2V he could hat it it as day of his Judgment Pea The suit of E. M. Laffert r against John W. Pearson to recover on a land transaction was ed before Judge Greene late Saturday The defendant in a asserted that the plaintiff wa indebted to him in the sum of The jury brought in a verdict for L for The Currie The evangelistic meetings i by John the Scotch opened at Market S reet Con- Church with a crowded His subject t will be A This morning a black retr longing to Mrs. residi ig at tha southwest corner of Second a id son attacked without tion and bit a w 10 visited the house on his 3 dog was shot by ai request of the Two Deaths a resident of 22 Maple has children w davs of The first a 3 year died on the 27t.h of 1 tho one of IS month t ili on the 5th inst. of the same d Duty J. W. Kesler succeeded b as Constable of Oakland and appointed the W. K. head C. and J. A Salt to Quiet Charles E. has need suit J. el 11. to title to seme at Golden A good audience greeted 1 iss Carrio Korthey at the reception te to heron Saturday evening the land and listened to a class musical and literary pr the attraction of h WHS the parts taken by Miss y Every feature of the programme and was reuden 3 as the talent engaged could 1 ave many having heard and Von Adelung bu very having heard Miss Her voice is extremely rich end nie- and the young lady the result of her careful training to a good To snch a thorough scholar there can be naught 1 ut a most brilliant and it is app irent thai when the young lady reti rns again from after having fin her studies under some of tin tbat she will have mastered art in which very few can excel Miss will leave her lome for Paris in a few Touching Scenes in the Office of the County The People's Will la the Now Officers Begin Their When the clock struck 12 to-day the newly elected county officers assumed their There were scenes of and scenes of The gladness was on tho part of the incoming while those who departed from their accustomed a slight regret on retiring from the public At II o'clock Firm Hinds had all the business in cleaned up and the records of the county ivere really to be turned over to his Bod W. It. was just a quarter to twelve when W. Walter of Fargo Co. stepped into the of- fice to have a big placed on He was met by a number of deputies who surrounded the er's Mr. Walter was informed that he would have to wait until the noon hour before he could get his document on When the noon hour was announced Mr. Hinds stepped up and then turned over the records of the Recorder Church re- in a few and opened fl box of W. U. Mr. responded in a few re- and thanked Mr. for his kind Samuel P. Hall congratulated George W. his successor us District At- offered him such assistance as was in his Deputy District Attorney Emil was on deck with a little Kit was a pathetic sight to see Charles County Clerk nnd the of his over to Charles T. County Clerk and Auditor were Charley smiled end turned his office over to W. E. was another of the gentlemen by decree of the There was no demonstration in his office ist noon to-day when he upturned control for an- other two George L. was alone he succeeded himself as County 10 o'clock Judge worth took hiH seat upon the bench in Department 3 of the Superior He simply Landed his commission to tuc Clerk ordered it spread upon tho minutes of the court and then railed the first case on the Judge Greene hehl court in Department 1. DIED Death in The family of Mrs. E. C. Mervrin of East Oakland svere shocked at a telegram from Placer announcing the death of Mr. He left lanil in his usual health last Monday to assist an Evangelist in ing protracted meetings in Lincoln and was suddenly stricken with 311s Merwin of was summoned to his bedside and tele- the news of his sickness to the and two hours later a second telegram arrived announcing his The burial will take place in where members of the family are Mrs. Merwin and and Mrs. W. T. Webb nna Webb left this morning for The many friends of Mr. Merwin were and many calls cf condolence were at the family residi nee last Dr. Chapman of the Brooklyn Presbyterian Church nud C. Clapp 01 the Eighth Avenue Congregational Church made touching reference to tuc in public church service last A FRANCHISE Cable Koud to for tlie j The Oakland and Piedmont Railroad which corporation will re solve itself into the Piedmont Cable Koad Company when the proper ment will present a petition to the City Council this evening asking for a to run their cable down day street to across Eighth street and up Washington street to The same will be pursued as is oy the Powell street line on their Clay Sacramento a loop being run around several is very probable the cars on f treet will follow the name and thus the joint at the foot ot street will be Too Louis a six year old boy re- siding with his Frank who keeps a saloon at the foot of Franklin accidentally fell into the water from the city wharf and would have been drowned had a seaman from the ship Perry come to his assistance in a The man had a narrow and severa who saw the accident were visibly by the The boy's parents are in The First of the The fire at 1 p. M. to-day was in the residence of Varney W. at SIS Twenty-seventh It was caused by the same old and ol damage was done by tire and worth of damage done by water to A failure of the wires to act property Caused a slight delay and a report that was a false At the meeting of the City Council to jju it is expected that the to Dudley C. Brown will be to finish Mr. Brown's term as member for the Third There are three candidates so far as W. A. Jacob and Joseph A. tion is likely to be submitted by the citizens of the Third LOCAL The Young Social Union of First Episcopal Church will meet Friday evening at J. M. corner Tenth and Oak its History and a The prevailing among the townspeople is catching the salmon that are now the Some are successful some manage to kill with while others take the regulation Headmaster Moore captured one the other morning that weighed thirty being the largest one taken this Tho ones that are being are out oi deeu and have i Tho Hoard tlie Old j The eld Board of Supervisors morning at 10 o'clock for the last Chairman Hanifin in the chair all the old members were After reading the of the last regular meeting the following transacted under the of ished Contractor asked for an order of board 10 lay a cement walk around the reservoir at the County and after much was referred to the Committee with power ant. The County and tendent of the Infirmary filed The reports of the Coroner show ng ten cases treated during the and reports of the various road were read anil placed on Supervisor Morgan reported that the matter ol purchasing a new safe for the County which had been referred to the Committee of the with power to act. had been attended and that a safe which had been made for the Bank of Hay wards to cost Imd been purchased from for and had been placed m the Clerk's The action of thr com- was and ordered J. F. one of the late Grand asked the board to pay him for the expense of carriage which he hail paid for of hij own nnd Supervisor rry re- tbat the Auditing Committee had not audited his I it did not show dates of hiring the so the was continued until such time as could be attended large number of bills were then and referred to the Auditing Com alter which the ceremonies of ducing the new members the board as reported in an- other were Carried in honor of tiie re- tiring and were ami tie old board was declared adjourned die by Chairman The new board was to order by of the Board Charles T. and Supervisor nominated liart Morgan as of the board the ensuing two Supervisor seconded Mr. Morgan was i Ihe new chairman was escorted to scat by Supervisor the meeting was declared adjourne 1 until 2 r. M A A Supposed Sacramento In Jail as u Among the rang of ar- rested last week was ono win gave the name of John He is a young man about 20 years of 0 ft. L' in dark eoi has large is an inveterate fond of and 1-ears a- scar on the back of the hand near tho Uowney bad a vague that bearing was wanted and after tlie of tal card from the Chief of at dated August 1SS8, which reported that a man named Kutlon was that city on two r barges of The card him as years feet dark complex large stooped sin inveterate cigarette w fond of throwing and has u lump on the back cf bis the right hand near the little The only real difference between the fugitive wanted in Sacrament and the prisoner in the city jail here lies in the fact that the former nul a on the back of the right hand and 1 be man in custody lias scar where tlie lump ought o sent a of the prisoner vo chief of and Franks of that city came down morning 1 him promptly ns man then went to lunch and later in the afternoon after an interview with the prisoner changed his mil d and said that he thought he was not the man so Franks went bac ic out his Another will be sou to inspect the who is considered by the police here to without the man wanted at a the markings are all so and yet the resemblances so complete nnd strong to preclude the possibility of a case of mistaken ALL OX A U tile Sellout in 1 Late Saturday afternoon a scene was enacted in department of the Superior principal characters were S. Under Max the applied to be admitted to prac the Superior Court of doors oC the courtroom were locked and the examination The Board of were E. De George Emit The a satisfactory were granted of t. The and who ico in The curdy and and Sunny Slopes Dotted with 1'iieKes- During the last property u Pied has advanced very mater in value and a large of fine resi have been the of no other par. of the surrounding county has ceil so rapidly as this to its elevated position it is tbe best of a place for and no spot can be found in the From all parts of a spiend d view can be obtained of Oakland and be bay of San and the heavy FOBS of these plains never reach that As a place of residence it cannot be while the contemplated cable railroad will bring it within close communication with Oakland uu the city of San Personal J. A. Craib arrived m on j Craib will probably remain in Law of San who has F. B. dee eral has returned Marius a local is contemplating a sketching tour the purposes of making of A Finished The and curbing of Jefferson between Sixteenth and Seventeenth stree has been finished at a cost to the property owners of 78, the same 05 per front A warrant will be nacd payable al office February 7tU. THE MAIN A Livermore Valley road Creek Declares on the Narrow tho Southern Pacific Company Earned in a What It and What It The most suspicious man in Iho world is 1 lie real and as Boon an the in the world is lie will discover a railroad his is of lire They fool that in- ride af a few that thriving little town will become All thut they havo as fur wonderful vision is the recent incorporation of reka Railroad Company in this The articles of call fur the of load from miar Livormore the San valley by a anil to conduct the business of an ordinary Tlie is also to deal in coal Tho people of assort that this is but a link in a chain that is to road into They that once in the San valley it will with Home road and will thus find rm WOOD tho of Creek Have to The people of Creek arc engaged in a vory large all because Kouth 1'aoiCu Coast Hallway has increased on the latest increase being from cord to It is held by the owners of small tracts of timber on the branch that they unjustly as compared with tho Fay that it costs per cord to cut the an J for so tbat by the time it market the value lias been forced up to people will not it io tbat unless in reduced Creek will soon cease to have any except a TliE A of Granite I'll nnd The is a little way f dial runs Sun It down in tho uu anil returns in the ami into San Francisco and Oakland garden produce Saturday night there was g and there was a of On one fiat rar were granite pretty time near when cue of the blucks ear and tho ditched the two cars am It toek clci r up wreck got in fill t 1 11 ml ill the intily a the This il the e to The of tho 1'acitjc for 1 1. ol the San ley has and resurrected the spirit ol thai Kjr the 11 of ISSx statement of road ae follows 00; 1'acitic total total Southern 1'acilic Company has bad a most prosperous and the business has a of. New died of at Moss a wife anil child in whence he came to this city for the benefit of his The remains be Wednesday at 10A.M. from establishment of the infant daughter of died at the family I brain takes John 1-1, a native ol son of died at of croupons The funeral from St. Clary's church K. wife of Joseph K. a contractor and died yesterday her aged a of funeral wiil take at Mountain View tery had been a resident of this city ior years GUIDE A Will in ton Next At a meeting held yesterday after- noon the members oi Company Fifth appointed a committee of sixteen to make arrangements for the trip o and to asun on all matters to it. This committee will havo tho power of appointing sub- as will be It was also decided to drill each night of this week except Wednesday and Saturday evenings until tiie for the years this company mand of Captain Henry Levy in to make similar arrangements but were up to a lack ot and tiie State on that occasion then Captain Lauck has-been commissioned captain of tlie a. marked difference has n in its The year been carefully and be a great To the Greenhood has received his commission as a member of thn Board of the Industrial Home for d. PI- ap vice F. M.