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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 13, 1875, Oakland, California BEN. A. DEWES, ri'Mljlieraml Broatlwus-, j Terms of Subscription: IN- t Three Month-- Olio Month (rac WM'X vemng ribum. OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS. Capital, DIBBCTOBS P. 8. Wllcoi, T. B. Bigelow, Writer BUlr, F. Dclger. O. W. Reid, Thomas 8. E. A Wen, Michael Use-so. Wm. Miller. VOL. V. NO. 340.) "OAKLAND' TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1875. I Per WeoU, 10 eta. Per Tear, 94 00. Ta8 Old Man With the Saws. On a Conijrc.-..-! >tr.-rt car (lieother eve- ning ft very qttiet lot passengers, ruul among them a man about sixty-live years old, having four or live hand saws rmtler Iris arm, apparently n saw filer. Opposite the old nu-.u a woman with a younq babe in her amis, and presently a'broad grin covered the old fellow's fiicp, and he nodded to the child and saifl I never loved anything as I love chil- dren! I can hardly kc-ep from liiting his iittle He waited n moment then politely asked: How old is taat lioantifnlchild.mad- ani Eight she replied. Only eight months Why I've been children twenty-live years old who didn't know ns much r.s that child does'! I had a child drowned iu bar'l once, and you don't know, iimdftm, how it floored me'.'' He looked around the car fur a mo- ment, and then said, rending from the card: "Change to the amount ot S'J will ue furnished by the driver. AVell, that's liberal enough, He hasn't offered me nnv yet, ball suppose old customers will be "served first." The driver counted the noses, saw that j he was one fare short, and he jingled the bell. j "Ate we near some station asked the old rmm, standing tip and looking out. He sat clown niter awhile, looked around, and his eye fi-.llinf; upon the baby, lie listed of the mother: "Couldr.1; yon let me hold him a little j while? See him look at rue! I'll bet' he thinks I'm his She refused to trust the infant oti' her knee, and the old man s face- grew sad. and he sis'ued as ho said: "Just think of innocent child bas got to be buried iu the ground and be eaten tip by worais, like the rest of ns He wiped his on one of the saw handles, held his hat in his liaud and his eye catching a sign on a grocery he exclaimed: "S'.veet mill: for sale here! That makes ms think, madam -do you bring that child up on a Her face grew very reel, she made no reply. The old fellow looked his saws orer one by one, laid them down, and he anyone own this A woman made a motion to signify that it was her properly, and he uncov- ered the basket and called out: "Pork chops and a small piece of veal. People who want to eat veal can gnaw irony, but I don't want any! What are pork chops a pound, She did not answer, and the old man picked up his saws and askctl: "Does anyone here know the name of tue man who invented There was no answer, and he pulled open the car door and continued: "Yes, I do love children. I was a child once myself, but I didn't have any fan." As he stood on the platform he went ou: T.ill be just like me to fall down ADVERTISEMENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS. CHEMICAL TO THE HARRIS BROS, STEAM ADVERTISEMENTS. i Who Build Houses and Want the NEW IMPROVEMENTS Introduced for Hanging Pictures WITHOUT INJURY TO THE WALLS. ADVERTISEMENTS. SLATE Clothing DYEING 1013 Emporium !05S BROADWAY. FciAxcE COMMITTMB: t, a. Wlleoi, T. B. Bigelow, Walter Blali President P. S. WILOOX Vice T. B. BIOEUIW Ctihler. F. W. (JILL Loans made and a general banking tnmucted in all its various branches. Savings Deposits received from one dollar up and dividends made thereon twice a In January and July. No Entrance Fee or Charge for Bank Book. Stockholders are liable to the depoftltora in this institution to the amount of one million dollars, affording a guarantee of absolute safety to depositors. Our own Exchange ic gold or currency for sale on the Ninth National Bank, .New York City. National Gold Bank and Trust Company. Sin Francisco, are our corresp ondenU. MANUFACTURER FINE HATS UNION SAVINGS BANK, COB. BBOADWAT AXD Norm STUUET, OAKLAND. Capital (The Largest Capital of any Savings Bank in California.) Board of Directors: A. e. Henry, i. Wast Martin. John C. Hays, D. Hensbaw Ward. Wm. Meek. W. W. Crane, Jr., E. A. Hatnes, 9. Huff, Samuel Woods, R. 8. Family, ciios. W. Howard, B. W. Klrkham, i UiramTubbs. -I. Mora If. H. Haight, H. A. Palmer. A. C. HENBT.....................PBUTOEST. J. WEST MABTIN...............VKt-fort. H. A. PALMER...................Gtum i-oii von: 7th, OAKLAND, OAKLAND. SPBING SUITS, f" Hie nnmctj loinc intorm tltc citizen1- ol nd a General Butting buiiowt QAKXAND. Colieetlons made. -6x TRA ,__________ or Corwney. and San Francisco it LAOfES' AND CHILDREN'S CITY CANDY STORE. 965 BROADWAY, ived Onily per Bacon's will hud u great va- in'oiiiiMcnt makers Re of good Camlic- riety from five of the m( I in San Francisco, over one uy uut, iimi UJKUI uunu, i Bad walking to the front end of the ear j he picked up a basket containing moat i and asked: SEARCHER OF RECORDS --IN ASP nut i: u -A. c o XT :x :v "v. C. WcKEAND, Cn-i4-e OUltS HUtW 1 ntWl V oUt-l to tin11'UHa nt CLEANED, DYED CV O OIJ S, I'DDPEllLV Q cnpaliiiiiy :i f oouiH; i d many yo "nl-. 1JV I'KO- rs pra'-tice Offic" Aiijoiniiitf W Between 7th and Sth Sts., OAKLAND. H.NE D1AUUML BUTTER! FRESH FROM DAIRY, 65 Cents per Roll. COFFEE FURST, No. 837 Broadway, Between 6th and 7lh. W. WILSON, ITlie Only I-'racl leal CLOCK AND WATCHMAKER Doing Business In this City, MAKES REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, j i I No. 96 I Broadway, i i j Between Ninth ami Tenth, Deluefs Block, Please yourO rders Sin Francisco.......BASK OF C.U.IFOBHIA. Sew York... .CHEMICAL KATlOXiL BANK. New Spring Style DRESS HATS, The umlcrbigiied haviuy been for a iiutubcrof jcai'b connected s-nmo of the finest estab- lishments on tLe coast, such as Meursdorffer. Lamott, ami Legay Co., of Sail Francisco, iu the capacity of foreman, offers his services to the people of Oakland, teeliiag confident of be- ing able to evci-y doiuam. iu his line 7E. BRINK. ALAMEDA COUNTY Mis In Societr 13-969 Broadway, Oakland. CAPITAL GOLD COIN B. F. E. CASE...................Vice-President C. M. FISHER.......................Cashier A. D. THOMSON.................Secretary BOAED OF DIBECTOBS I GEORGE FERGUSON, CARPENTER BUILDER Seventh St., near Franklin. A srECULTT. Onleis bclicitcd satisfaction guaranteed. FOR THE BEST AND KINDS 01 FAMILY GROCERIES At Lowest Prices. There is no use going City any more to the How He Knew It. The Danbury man visited a "baronial hall" in Norfolk, England, and had his first view of a tapestried wall: On one portion of the wall, at the stairs, was ft piece of tapestry. I think the word tapestry is suggestive of luxu- ry, taste, rciinenient and wealth. "Walls hanging with tapestry." I suppose I have read that sentence a thousand times during a life actively devoted to the pe- rusal of fiction. This was tho first tapes- tried wail I bad seen. It was right b store me and it made me sick. The bit of wall was about twelve feet square, and the tapestry was about two thirds of that size. The wall was of wainscot, acd the tapestry was tacked to it. It had not been cut with any ac- curacy, and its edges were fraying. It was held by large tacks, and their great heads protruded and stood out as promi- nently as mud on patent leather boots. I said to tho butler: "What is that carpet nailed up there fat on the wall'.' or is it to keep out the yon, no sir; that's tapestry. Don't you have it in America, That try. v u tn uo.C pnv ?UOpd .ox itcnmoyc u.s.iwjsuiKrt CASSIMERE SI .1" pOABqS oq HBJ 8UU S! .'IHlUCljlH BURNHANI LYNCH, 834 Broadway, near Seventh. WM. KIRK, IARCHITECT, In Oakland, go to PETER BAKER'S, 822 Broadway, bet Fifth and Sixth Sts1 H3T delivered promptly to auy part of the oily of charge. Hfn.1 LK'Uiviic, .it all p BroacVtvuy, OAKLAND. 'NVINMOS T 8S8 Boys' and Youths' Suits Gents' Boys' Furnishing Goods. NVJLIICdOMSOO CHAS. XRAMM. Jt OAKLAND BREWERY, Cor. Ninth and Bromlwoy. Cor. Telegraph Av. ulld Diirant St. OAKLAND._________ is the way J knew it was tapcs- "When I wns traveling in Massa- chusetts, some twenty years said a traveler, "I bad a Beat with the driver, on stopping at the postoffice, sa- inted an iU-looking fellow on tho step with, "Goodmorning, Judge Sanders; I hope you're well, After leaving the jflfce I asked the driver if tho man he spoka io was really a Judge. 'Certain- ly, he replied. 'We had a cock- fight last week, he was made a jndge 011 that occasion.'" and Orjrmni at KOHLEK, CHASE k BRAXCII STORE, opposite CUjrHall. C. HOLLMANN, Wlicleeale and Eclail Dealer iu GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS N. W. Cor Castro anil Fifth Goods delivered Crco of chnrgc ina'lparts of the city. SANFORD, KELSEY CO., QAKLASD DRUG STOHE. X> Xt. XT O- 8 CHEMICALS and PERFUMERIES, Anil all articles usually fcraml in a flret-claae Drag Store. Prescription Department complete in all its details. Store accessible at alt bourn of the dsy or night. 971 Broadway, Comr Tenth itrMt. Oakland. oyil ninny other fjuoiJt) tco tu inon- ivIH be cbcajxr lhau at any other Mmllar cttat'lUhincnt bitlc tho Rnv. COKK one nml nil Examine our Goods aid Prices y Dcaigns, Plans, Spccificiitions, Drawings, Ettimates and Huperintondcncfl. DetaM J. KIHLMEYER. DL forXIJ A! No 4 Merchant Street, below Montgomery, S. F. (.iive him a call. DR. W. NEWCOMB, Ofllce 1003 Broadway, RESIDENCE NO 05 GRAND CENTRAL Hotel. Office to 10JA. -M. 1 2 Hud 5 to (i p. M. INGERSOLL i.- J.vr.iiVTHiNi; is Tin: PHOTOGRAPHIC LINE Very Reasonable Prices Hi: ALSO MAKIXti OE2VI 8, is or so, For Fifty Cents. WM. HOSKDSS, NOTARY PUBLIC, COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS For nil tlio st.itcs Territories. 18, Wllcox Block, I3HOADTVAY. OAKLAND. ZS 3B H. Til A. C Ii I 310 Second street, near Washington. LEFT AT THE FOLLOW ISO receive prompt attention: At our oftii'C, G19 Second street at Box Adeline street station; at Box corner 12th and Market; at Box corner 12th and Jackson at Mason's gro- cery store, corner East llitli street, and Siith avenue, and at Box ou Broadway, between 10th and llth streets, east Bide. fiSgTCarpets made aud refitted and first-clans work guaranteed. A ROBINSON, Successor to Haley Bellars. WILBERT SCHEL1HAAS, FU full and sec Specimens ut BROADWAY, Corner of Twelfth, Oakland. Next TWELFTH STREET, Door to the City Market. GOLDEN STAR MjTEL flESTAUFANT No. 838 BROADWAY, Below SXiventli Street........................ ..Oakland B. F. Ferris, W. Newcomb, J. Rtigglea, 0. H. Twombly, V. D. Moody, F. Delger, P. C. Htmtley E. Caaa, A. Eberhart. V. F. Trary, S. N. Putunm. Kxchaugc ou iif> don, Dublin, Parti aad York for Bale. Merchants' Exchange Buk, San Fnnclieo, are our Entrance Fee or charge for FILM Bocks. Loane made, Commerdjl Dspoald and a Oenerul Banking Bttfinwa tni uetad. Int-ereet allowed on Depot'tta firom 1st of month succeeding date of depotU, payable semi-annually. Important to Landlords and Gas Consumers. SAFETY AN.TECONOMY. OFFICE OAKUSD OisuaEi Co., Febrturjr 1, 1ST 5. PURSUANCE OF THE POLICT FOI.- HOURS CHRISTIAN BAl'UEH. Prop. E. KREYENHACEN CO. Groceries, Provisions, KARDWARB AND CROCKERY, Finest brands of Wines, Liquors, etc. Constantly on hand at.lowcsi cash prices. Corner Broadway ami SixtU Street. All goods delivered free of charge. STAR GROCERY, HARRIS BROS. 003 Broadway, Oakland. Cor. and Secollfl St. Choice Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, AT SAN PBASiCISCO PRICES. Goods delivered free inull parts of the City. PLAZA LIVE SALE STABLE Horses Bought and Sold OX COMMISSION. 4 I.L lUili.sF-; AS RITRE- V 'Hit'1'! <'V riile. Am' eemk-inin wirhinKto nrchn'f n H vnllc o call at tin.- Ii ihf jT' nn1 nrw to suit on liaml, unc -up- lli'duli 'liuit ol the li'JU ivlt'-rr stock cau f.inij-1. Quick Sales and Small Profits. Sspairing of all kinds promptly attend- ed to, Billiard tables repaired, L. SCHAFFER, WASHINGTON MARKET, 819 Broadway, Eclwccu Fifth and SistU streets. TrHOLESALE AND RETAIL IT Dealer in Beef, Veal, Mutton. Lamb, Pork Lord and Sausage. Sugar-cured Ham Bacou a specialty. A. QEMMELL, IN THE CELEBRATED LAUREL AND MEDALLION RANGE The Beat iii Use, Also, Im, Copper ind Hhcet Iron Worker PLUMBING, GAS FITTI1JO, and Mclal Hoofing done to order. At- tentiou paid to Pomps of all kind. 820 BROADWAY, One door from Sixth street. BECHT'S SALOON, 3. E. Cor. Broadway and Eleventh, OAKLAND. J. BECHT, Proprietor. Iff" The best Wines, Liquors and Cigars will IM fount) at the bar. UNION HOTEL. BROOKLYN. bekept'sfncSTd Witt Cigars. c. SCHNEIDER. formerly of Central City, Colorado, HORSES, BUGGIES AND SADDLE HORSES, TO LET. J. PAUL. HEYEIt. BAKERY, 819 BROADWAY, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets. Fresh Bread Morning Evening. TWIT CAKE, irPONGE f.VKK, POrS DC. K Jellies, ,'tc., of the very All ami made to order, plimi oniaraentaj. AH of PIES, every <13.v. Fuuuiiur itif ntlun to owl transient ciisiom. Remember the PLAZA Is tee to (d for food 6. A< I' MACK WEBBER'S ORANGE FLOWER COLOGNE, IB for the toilet. Corner BrtadW THE ARCADE. FOB CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC., 455 Ninth St., near Postofflce. A Full Assortment of the Best _ _ 1 lowed by this Coupu; since fqaattian; Tiz. to lower its rites as rapidly nnted bj the growth of city, the price ot gas will be reduced on tlic 1st Day of March Next TO 25 PER CUBIC FEET. Considering value of col and labor, the limited nee of gu, and the distance between tbf. places of consumption, Oakland will be the moit cheaply lighted city in the Union. This price will leave no valid excuM for use of any illuminuit but Ccsl Ou, along lines of tile mtint, large ptrtof which are now. and nave beer, since they j laid, unproductive cf income. The to be by the public from Cheap Oaa l8i daily aavicg !n the cc fct of cne of UM necesiarles of life. A deeraaae in the ntunbor of fires caused bi the nw of the ToUUU dlatUl- of fvtrolemn. A saving of human life by wUtttntlng stationary llghta for brittle Ian ps. The meat convenient and aafMt light brought within the meant of melt ecoooal- cal However f mall the honae, the ecoDomrwlll be (treat. If insured, the rata of premium will be leseened; If not the riak of low will be decreased. This reduction can only bs profitable to tho Company, by the acnesfiton of a mm. cient number of new eons inacn to pent aio for he lessening of its current n- oolpts; and it will become be Interest of all consumers of faa, to Induce their neighbors to adopt tbls llgb'.. In order that further reductions may be made in the fu- Tn'c attention of coDsamon is also di- rected to the use ol gaa Kr heating and cooking. In Europe and the Eastern cilles It has been adopted to agreattxtent, and Us uso Is constantly eitendinf. It Is to be that thlsmovenwnt will be accepted In the spirit which bas In- spired It, and which has alwayscbanusMr- Ized the Company, vli.: That the of consumers and the company are Identical, The company are eontuetly edvlMd of all chances In modes of and distribution, and will M all times aTmil It- self of any real Improvements which tend to Improve quality and lessen prloe. Superintendent. Second-Hand Furniture Bought and Sold by WHEELER BROWN, No. (Central w side between Eleventh and TweUth Highest cash prices paid tuerefor. J. M. WHEELZB, JOS. BRANDSTATTER, Dealer in all kmdi of BREAD, CAKES, PIES CANDIES FSESH EVERT DATT. iroMway, New Tailoring Establishment. 8. FRANCI8, No. 1006 BROADWAY. Third Door from St. examine befottonitr wtare. WM. STOKI8, ARCHITECT, OAKLAND. .aB. NEWSPAPER!
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