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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - March 21, 1889, Oakland, California                                VOL. XXVII. THUKSDAY. MABCII 1889. NO. 21 y ,OW A MUD FLAT. that will dra them Arm of the E sta- rry of San Antonio. Won by an Officer of ihe Array Engineer Corps. of tl.e present population be dependent upon it for drTbeaCorincilnieii elect are practically pledged to carry out a thorough system It dmlnase for the southern Iron o t the citv, and, no doubt, one o Elbe of importance that body and the Board of Put lie Works will iinVrUke will be the adoption of a Plan far its execution. Mayor-elect k ha? placed himself on record Construction of first Glas 'oci----. also iu favor of tbe nn nterjcpting sewer as tho of tt proposed public. to be car- of aBula South of Twelfth ried the J3ta.es Strwt for Storaga of Watsr for Drainage Purposes. Pursuant to appointment Major W. i. H. Binyaurd, Tinted States Ccros >f Engineers, met the appointed dipti- tation of Oakland citizens at j'clock this morning for th-e purpos-t of .nspecting the north arm of the BStnary and Retting a cle irer insight into the improvements over the north of the estuary, wliii h there is every reason to believe it will the problem of the samtiry im- of Oakland will be easily solv -d._________ THE TARTAR TIGER. No of Chinese Lotteries on Tills Slcii! the Hay. TliO Chinese lottery companies have designed for the sanitary benefit of the city. The local party consisted of Mayor Fierce, Mayor elect Glasmck, had a. very hard time since the arrests l-y !-ergeant Gano and his Chinatown in Ban Francisco, and almost five of the lottery closed their doors, WARRING PEACE OFFICERS. Oriuotal Kxperts Drunkenness and Sobriety. Thecoi.tesi, between Police Officer Harkins nnd Constable O'Donnell came before Junice Henshuw ihia morning in the form of criminal trial. There is a tradition in KastOakland that each luis registered a solemn vow to rnn the other out of town, but he that as it may, whenever the two meet there is w ar. On the '5th day of February the two met in ths Gein saloon in East Oak- .and. Tom asked all hands np to have a drink Harkins responded with the rest, and then there was a dispute and Harkius arrested O'Donnell for butter. 'L'he case csnie up this morning before a jury. The ilnrkins-O'Donnell arlair bad berxnne quite celebrated in Kast Oakland, and consequently there was a large Ori- ental auc'ieiice in the courtroom. Theie were also Assemblyn.nn'Jhapman, who LITTLE POLITICS, A MOTHER'S APPEAL. Yet It Is Kxultliig f> the People of AnTj'mticr Placid AlHtnoda. A call has been issued for a. non- sful Effort ttt Hecure HIT Child. In 1885 Melinda McKenzie secured a ____t Henry H. W. i'er- W. Hnrrell, Taliesin JOvans, Ur. D. D. Crowley, Oily Engineer Morgan, and several Without la any way reflecting upon Colonel Mendell's f airneis or friend -hip tothecity.it may be said that Oakland is exceedingiy fortunate in having had clr- the mutter referred by the War Der art- ret' ment to Major Benyaurd to report upon rather than s >me other oili ;er, owing to Colonel MendeH'a contem- plated absence, as that ol icer has been a close student of sanitary science, and has had practical experience -in the execution of public works for the drainage of cities. Major Benyaurd was employed in developing a sewerage system for the citv of Memphis after the great yel- low fever epidemic of ten years ag-. therefo.-e. be able to apply tne knowledge he has practically acquired to the sanitary wants of this ci'.y. Major Benyaurd alighted at Oak street station and was at once escorted y the citizens named to the enter of KiRhth street bridge. The ide was out and an excellent I lew of the condition of the north arm vas obtained from Twelfth street dam o the line of the First street trisile Although low tide, it lowest low tide, but it sufficiently low to show to he experienced eye of the engineer hat tbe representations made iii the of the city for its cessii n t.o estiihlishments lein ins the field open to folli'Winc companies: I'T.t-w. Lee Che the Lay Ty American, Tuck Yut, Ked Head, Fook Tie. ..no Foo Qui Cheng. These eight com- panies eluded the new police squad for sevi-ral days, when two more, Ming reiireseniiid Torn 'O'Donnell, and City Attorney Johnson, who was try the CMsefor the Then the the jury ind the police anU tli' and the importers, and all ere were court took a very lively interest in the case. Tiie case was full of incidents, the first being thu missiii'i witness. Mr. lUiapiuan uv tiie and asked wl y Josech Gill, a vsry material witness, .iad not been found, and he Lin Chow and Ty Loy. which were lo- cated in the same building on Dtipont street, suspended business without a Jr. .Ting and their agencies to t rn the players' money. The re- ,iing six companies continned bus ness, but before long Lee Chen C'h  Ty yielded lo the fear of arrest [inc. -uispended business, the players mo ley bring also returned in their cas-s There remained two companies in the field. The Tuck Yut and the -V'l crican. These were by 'big whojis worth a great deal of mo iey made from the lotteries and i Chinese habeas corpus cases. mornioR San Francisco paper as- jser-i that no lottery drawings take pla -e 'n San Francisco, but tickets of i i.he Bui Sung (or Green Heiul) Com- pai v. which has its -1m wings in Oak- far 1 daily, are sold throughout Wan Fr ndaco? Sui Sing tickets can be pas ly procured by any one lit TV Fung A Co.'a Chinese bai'iir, !XJ5 Washington street. Oak- Ian 1. Lottery tickets are openly sold the-e in a little back room, where there is table and bottles of Chinese ink for mo-king them. Hundreds of people pa- tronize the place. Another place where the "is tickets are bough: is Wan Sing A Co Japanese bazar, at Eighth str 'et Oakland, lens Channel not more than fifteen or twenty eetin width, nothing was presented to he 'vision between the marginal marshes on each side except a vast wanted suhpiou.ij. know who had served the It was discovered that Harkius hud served tnem, and Jlr. saul that Mr. C-ili lia I been nrouml East Oalt- liind yeiterday but he would not ask for a "ci'iitiimunce if City Attorney partisan convention in AlamedA, to be decree of divorce from Peter McKenx.ie held a week from to-morrow evening on the ground of extreme cruelty. in the Park Opera Hoiibe. Jtis signed dispoEition by K. K. Taylor. President ol the Re- of tle publican Club; K. P. I'eckham, 1'resi- deutof the Democratic arid Dr. (.1. L. Tisdale, repieseutative of the American party. The convention will be open to nil, every voter in the rity being eligible iu vote. The method ot procedure in non-partisan gatherings is as follows: The assemblage will be called A LAWYER'S WILL. Ex-.IUllgO .lohllxon r.cqllPHtlH-H Ilil froperty to Bin Willow. The will of the late Jarnes Johnson was filed for probate in the Superior Court yesterday by George E. decree was fiolia. the attorney .'or the widow, wlio minor children, is as executrix to act without by of tie two the Issue of the union, but by consent they were allowed to remain in the custody of the father. A short time ago Mr. Mr Ki-nzie married, npiiu. Hin divorced wife ascertained that he was about to tii'purt for Urnyh- inguju Tt-rritory. and she cuustd Jma to be cited t'l to order, in this case probiibly bv Mr. cnusc why he should Hot be' before .Judge Ellsworth this niorning to the :i c i bonds. For eighteen vear-i Mr. Jolin- ,-on wiis Judge ot the Cotirt uf FA Durado cotinty. The will, which a [leculiar document, was written and -iirned by the testator, and real's as follows: 1, Jatr.OB Johnson, fur n1- I :un f'iVitrL-. in eiijoyrr.enr of ii'julth. but. I mn Taylor, and organization will be ejected by the of a chairman and one or more secretaries. A committee is then appointed u> a platform and draw uii some resolutions. The next order of -strained from removing the children I from this county. During the exam- tiie. attorney for the wife showed that, the decree of divorce in l tbe had r.ever been entered that McKenxie therefore had no right again to marry unlil fhu judgment was entered. It wus shown, by a recent decision of the Supreme Court it was held that when a judgment for a divorce is given '.be patties are at liberty lo rnarry again without. 1 liniiiiiii life. wiM aud tuslnmr t of tlie duration of a I, Ihcrofnrt'. make, i-nlO the following to be my l business will be nominations. A vote by balior, is taken, and tbe nominees receiving the minority of the votes cast by the electors present will be tbecau- didates of the convention. ISow that the time for holding the convention has been definitely an- nounced, the local wire pullers tire get- ,he decree of divorce entered by the ting themselves into '.rim fora lively u was that .Mr. >fc- i CHinpaign. Combinations are being Kellxie to present madeon nil sides. The announcement in as the attorney for byClmrlusS.Ne.il that he would the divorci'd wife was unable to find a record of the marriage license at t-he Clerk's The gentleman swore jiiiM'.ively, however, that he secured a license iu '.bis county and wt'.s married by ItisLlse Ogden. "Judge Klisworth that the little g'rl be to tiie custody of tbe mother, and that the father have the i-ustody of the boy. This solution <-f tbe probli m seemed to satisfy tiie iciil, nnd bus HKsiKtci: me iiincl: in the uc- cniuululion (if thy small- iiinouut of   tiling. The estate is vauicd at SSucO. JQJ- tl (J( i r, fr t. Lue PI Jubnson would admit what the witness, election to the oilict.- uf Ctly Tnw rn hofi- Hc iy he city for sanitary improvement had i 510 u not been eiaeperated in tie leas de- 'J he same r s X Ol is free. Wi-.h the erceptinn of a n. rro w am csted. bin, ottcra-U les will again bogin operations. Captain I'mnyea and Officer Downey bo h issert that" there is not a drawing in >akland. I am sure that there are no draw- im-s in Oakland." said Downey, "but thi re are agencies here. Dig Jim lives in Oakland it portion of the time, an! he HOW has a ba- on Twelfth street, between Fr a.klin and Webster streets. He was ar e.-ted here a few months back, when wt were raiding the dens. iMirTintb" the proposed imerceptins I We need a new. ordinance here ;o ewer, and that by making the crowing '-bat we can convict vis.tors contin_ JtheJBast Oakland -sewer on a dam I tie the othcer. no' w e_ can arawn across the arm at First street, it on. v convict sellers of tickets andcju- would fnrnisb a simple and efiVctive I __ HOURS. ,fciTof B. waste of mud, ;City Engineer Morgan explained the relations from an engineer's s and- loint, of the estuary to tiie presen and ;o the proposed system of drainage. It to Major Benyaurd drainage of East Oak- an9, and all of that portion of city ring north of Tenth street on i he west side of the north arm any ot upleted the posure of the mud flats at pern ds of U tide now present. The idity the north arm of the estu- of late years been and Cll upieted their injury the presence of ihe-ie tu vote cast on mud flats is causing to the sanitation oi 3ast Oakland, especially durinj; tho mtumer season when the prevailing winds sweep the noisome vapors aris- ng J'om these flats over that part of ;he city, were pointed out to t IB in spectiiift; engineer. would teitiTy to. Mr. Johnson didn't know wL-at he would testify to. "He wjuld testify that the prosecut- ing witness was said Mr. Cbap- mrtn. "I wot Id object to that testimony, replied Mr. Johnson. veiy materially affects the compe- teucv the asserted .Mr. Chupnia i. "I suppose that this testimony would be the si.me as in any other re- marked lutlge Henshaw. was that they were both added City Attorney Johnson. It WHS finally agreed to yo on with the ca-e. and then came the oHicers story. Mr. Harkins had gone into the saloon and Tom O'Uor.nc'.I was already there, nnd dru ik. He had extended an invita- tion to drink, and Harkins had ac- cepted. Some words had passed, and O'Ponndl Mr. Harkins expininid that he had taken the drink iust to t e sociable. Thee :here was: the story of the- bar- tender v.-ho had been in the business twentv vears, and yet with all this ex- perience" he was unable to tell whether a man '.vus drunk or not. That was Joe K-igers. and he didn't know whether either Harkins or O'Dannell was drunk or not. Then there "vas the officer who drew a very 'ine d.stiuclion between being drunk and under the influence of liquor. That was Utlieer linackenbush. and he thought that Tom O'Honnell was not dr.ink, but under the influence of li'iuor. the officer asked Mr. Johnson. replied the candid qfucer, "1 think they were both a little bit full." Then came the man who was utterly incomp-uent to discover whether a uian was uTrunk or not. He couldn't tell anything about it. That was Rog- ers. Cut. I'.ouers bad heard Jack the bar ;eeper of the .Senate Saloon, say that Hi rki'.is was drunk, and Hogers deemed Jack Cleary an expert. Then came tbe yomiir man who though thut Harkins -had a slight heat or." That was Sam Short. Sam ti Id how Harkins bud pushed O'Doni ell against a building very forcibly twice. That was tbe cause for his con ecture about the "heat." Then Ihere was tbe man who was dead on that day, and who, from the teMMiionv of others, was about the III IH'JUI .11.U17.1V I HIV. I....- I- lllu 11J VI .J..J- of the members of the various I only one who wa? sober. That was was the morning after election be- hoe. He i by J. N. lieckmiiu, S. Reinecker, and C. Kohl- moos, three saloon keepeis who take an The active interest in politics. The popu has not, a very easy row to tronglv opposed, it is said, t ieckmiiu, S. Reinecker, and ALiMKDA. laritf of Mr. Brewer seems to be on the r or the I'ttUiori for ft Vote Option May l.e 1'be property (..wncrs or. (Jcntral ave- THE SICK AND THE WOUNDED, One Persoa Injured by Violence Nearly Every Day of the Year. n'i! among t'.ie cluss who heretofore fi-el iliiil Hie uuprovcinen! uf have been his strongest ft is said that he will be thrown over- tb hoard to make room for W. T. liaggclt, who was tbe Democratic nominee tor Superior Court Judge last November. Jlr. Baggett is well liked in Alameda. even though he is a Democrat, and would poll a heavy vote. Tbe local optiomsts have decided to put a ticket iu tbe lield, but some of their candidate's may be the same as those nominated at the non-partisan convention. His their intention now to indorse E. Minor Smith for Assessor, ames Millington tor Clerk, and E. O. i Crosbv for Recorder. to work in.iy Dr. "Won ratal KIliM't af C'lKilrcttP Mii the Sinoll- not be finished until after next sum- mer. Thereat est.ite niirkr-t is not very at present, but the brokers man- to clVect a number of sales each month. Mere than u year lias passed since any auction sale of l.unl has beea I.eld in this oily. Tlic City Trustees wiU hold a meeting this evening. City Attorney Taylor has an idea that Ine liiture give the Trustees the power to '.erdiiy. who j prir.t tbo ballots. If be definitely iu- K. H. Woolsey, -urgeon for tiie Southern I'acilU- Company, and pro- prietor o! the Oakland Jlospi'.ni and Hotel for Invalid.-, has prepared his report of patients treated for the com- pany during The report shows '.lint persons were trc-ated for injury L" i by accident, indicating that the railroads in'iurc one person tiearly t-verv day in the year. Very many Ihese '.njiiriea nre'uf importance, Boards of Kleclion count of the day before, an i iti some cases it was way along in tbe afternoon of Tuesday, when the co mt in some of the precincts were co npleted. It was thirty-six hours of co is'tunt labor without ceasing, nnd so HP so HP o m ction expected ?IO apiece lor John Grey, who asserted, v.-hen naked The party then visited the First i-treet ti, .ir The resolution lixinc the I by Air Johnson, that he v.-as "dead i op- was prepared in blank and pre-1 sober" bat day. and that be ttiought where the Major had ai op- .amount was prep: lartunity of Inspecting the mud flats j seined at the last Co'.ir.c.il meetin; itretching south to the northern ed.sje p Bishop thought was jf the channel in the estuary. Major; ei and tilled it in and it was Jenyaurd was particularly careful in ps-sed. This is why all of this election inquiries concerning the terri-: dr.. kicking" most strenuously, Harkin- was under the influence of liquor, JUL he admitted tba; he had no love for. liakrins. Then cat'.ie the argument for tba prosecution, which said that-O'Donnell n trial and not Harkins and what ill its aspects he quietly remarked: Well, it isan excellent scheme, if you uarrv it out." Mayor fierce had thouRhtfully pro- rided his private conveyance for tne Major's convenience, anct accomp inied ay' Mayor elect Glascock ind others the party drove ong the southern water froc: to i aspect the southern marshes. The tter impossibility of providiDK a thor- 1 You see." said an inspector, ''the r.t w Council was counted in bv and th -y will feel so Rrateful ilia: "they will be to give us JS more, juij', out of th goodness of their hearts." Delaware's Retiring: Senator. Lrl'.ff. After March 4th the State ol Ue'a- will not be represented in Con- ugh system of drainage for tbe louth i gr by oil her a Bayard or a Saulsi- ront of the city without conducting an j rv tiie time such a thin has ntercepting sewer from the eastern i t o the western limits of the j 1" 1'pened for nearly hah a century. ty. conld not have been more i There have been two Sraulsbuns ami le'arly ;or forcibly expressed than it Bavards in the Smiate from Hel- i the .utter occupvin lifts adopted in tbe way of ro _____ opted in tbe way of rotte-i box ewers to carry off the drainage ct the itv to tide water, n-ith a mite of level narsh land intervening; the uttei fail- re of these makeshifts to accomplish 16 purpose ot theia adoption irbich lanifested itself on all sides in way stagnant pools of swamp; jotion of ihe marshes them.-elves trough the deposit of tbo sewage on hem by the tides, were nil taken -n. is a remarked the "which we when we are lowing visitors around the' city. But ou can see how impossible it is tn pro- ide an effective drainage to tin; part f the city, all along this water- without an intercepting .ewer, pick up these box sewers before thev feacti the marshes. To carry these ewers across the marslifls to the estu- would ruin all these property vners, as they would have u> the entire expense. and wort would cost, probably. much as the construction of j intercepting sewer. Even thei: such Ktensions could be mere makeshifts. irmanent sewers cannot b: :nade ere until an intercepting sewer is nilt. When that is ilone the np here will cheerfully pay for sew- j of a desirable character to connect Jithit." I The tour of inspection oi the uater- ont terminated at Chester street. ,ajor Benyaurd was then i riven the principal streets of th A Lai fty to the Health Office, where Dr. j turned towley explained to him the sanitary "My one seat fo fifty years. The retiring 8( r.ator is nearly years old, iii '1 one of thn quaintest old li-tires in Congress. Considerably i in its than six fi-el tall, lie is very tliin, and time has bent thu top of hi-figiiro till he greatly resembles a sl.'Iiheril's crook. It "fs a haljit of his to jiace up and down in the rear of the Senatorial chairs with his lu nearly upon his breast mid lo ig arms half interlocked upon his ti: '-k. He is an old-fashioned man, vi ry obstinate, and his under lip pro- Ir n'les like tl'.at of a biilldcg, giving hi- fare an expression of resoluteness at I determination that is not often H'l with. I'rnttle fit a funeral. .Vru- York fun. While the frier.ds ami relatives of j Mr. Thomas Reynolds of the .Stand- j uj. I Theater were assembled yester- vvh aftornoon at bis home, A-'' E ihteenth street, awaitmi; the bi ginning of the funeral services over IIM his four-year-old 'iaugther from tiptoed tc. the oofliti, and bi ndinc over it whispered Jere's lots ol" nice- pi ople here. Hit up and see them." No answer coining to her, slie and said to the listeners: and try to elect him over Rogers but ct" present it is not our inten- tion to nominate any one for thb office. We f-bnll have our own nominees for Trustees in the field. We shall not indorse Charles Nea lor one. He did not sign the loca option petition. When 1 was canvass- ing Alameda I kit one at his house and when I called for it the next da) his signature was not on it." There will be a hard light for Cit) Clerk, the contestants being .lame- Millingtun and R. 15. Tappan. A.li Sanchez is said to be in the field bat as yet his name has not been ver} prominently brought before the people Mr. Millington has a good worker it ble Morris and K. li. Tupoan went out to investigate, and saw what appeared ibe dead body of a vnau. Tlit-y slowly approached it, expecting lo pa KB up.-in a gijastly sight, when to their surprise they tound the object Lo be a dummy, number admitted to hos-. I'ital, including twenty-'U'ven natii'tits in Hospital January 1, 1W. ittl; num. her of patients treated at oilice an ti resi- dem-e. number of cases of acci- lent. discharged cured. '''Jo; dis- they found the object lo be a dummy, i ej ved or 'ncura-Se' ;i' .uiil had beet, used as n scaVecrow ,n ati ol 2 aiijOiiuiiB iiem. i ireatir.ent December Uiere :s a clash nmong the property I vj bis behiilf in his son-in-law, Superviso I [he other n 'J.W.Martin. Mr. Tappan has not at j width, thirt yet made any combinations, so far a "known. The Tire Department always cuts prominent figure, more or less, in th> politics of this city, but the leader: seem to be holding back this year. The list of aspirants for City Trus .Hvners ou I'f.ci'ie avenue on the Lion of widening the avenue. Two pe- titi.ins are in circulation to be pre- sented to trie City Trn-U'es, one asking thus the width ot the ave- nue be increased tn forty-t-.vo feet, ts 'he feet, be not Tbe trustees will probably luattor next Monday even- changed. decidi.1 th ing. (JKTTIKG RKAUY. tense, in which was -aid: "Here is a man siiw another who was drunk. He tool; a drink with him and got him dtunke-. and then arrested him. We taxpavrs nre paying this man a month, and 1 suppose we will con- tinue o (io so until this revolution which lecently swept over the city bus its elt'ict in the Police Department. The policeman is generally one who keeps his honor as bright as his star, but there are black aheep among them." Thut made by Mr. Cbaoman. Then there wus a verdict of not guilty after a few moments'considera- tion." That was made bv the jury. teeship is growing larger and euihriici- Charles S. Neal. Willitcii lirower, W. T Baggett, H. V. Moreal, C. H. Shattuck Henry Mengels. and 1. P. Allen. ANOTHER HIGHWAY KUItBEFH A Muti utul TJicii Shot fo The days when tbe man with ii his inside po'-ket can out alter dnr are past. Oakland is becoming metropolitan city, and it becoruin; wicked. For severa months past the city has been overrin with burgers, bep.fjrars, petty thieves, and highway robbers. Withi: the lust vear the police force has bee; increased, bur the amount of crime hu correspondingly increased. Last night Antone Costello was re turning to his home in Highland 1'ark The tall were swayin in the and the crouke ami sang iu the little creek that flow down through Seyenteoutb uvenut j Antone was merrily, wbe i j he turned a corner and found hinja Pr.iprif IIIK for the New City Oillccrs to Takes Their Souls. Snow, the Auditor-elect, lias been .ironnd the City Hall during the greater part of the day. He has been I Causes of death in hospital- -f'rush iin-l hips. ortii-li of 1: aneurism aorttt, 1; c-anctr, obstructiyn. 1 typhoid K-ver 1 '-OKMiintitiOH, 1. Total. 1. of death of outside paufnfs Knu'luro of li; riu.-h of air.lo- etc.. 1: (.f 1; h'.irn. etc.. 1 crjition alMioruen. fra'.'tnre of spint crusb of thiixh Hiid pelvis, 1 hea.'t 1. To- la i. H. (H the casoB in lio-ipitiil there were surgical. nit-'dii'iil. 1 Of the utli-e and residence '.here were '-urjric.aU.il'in; medical. Ainonp cases re-ported etc'.'1 are were disehhrneii from the iioi-pital tor olV.ce tn-atment. ami several discharged from oil'.'jc, making himself with the several who left their homes for hos- duiic.-i of Auditor. He examined tht- pitai. I'nder this heading are includi'd book' and accounts of the Tax :1 number of "igirette -jmykers. who and seldom improve while they continue smoking. ME.N'IION. in Oakland I'ERSUNAl ON JURY lecuu's oiticc this morning. He ;s aUu rarely recover invest Baling uK tiie branches of the city tfovtrnuient'in order thut he may kr.ow to compile his report, as Auditor, ami how to make the regular investiga- tion "f [u'couhts which will he his duty. Mr. tinow has devised yome blank r furtiiH for reports which will Greatly I cl simplify tbe work. I :i prepiira- tion for the change on April 1st, Assessor's) onVe is being repaired, and iht Itttle room that at every election j used aH u polling place is being litted up rer Who Hud Illn on Them Iu the The Court bouie is noted for the num- ber of ;irv Kends who make this place confronted bv twomen. Antone is little PortiiEiiesa. and he did not fei exactlv as if he could whip two more particularly as one was flourist ing n revolver i'n a very unpleasar manner. The men were not long i i demanding that Costello throw up h: i hinds, which he very obligingly di( They then relieved Inm of ?S and" som mhior articles, and then told him t t march and not to look behind bitu. Costello marched, and obeyed the o der for a few moments, when be lurne I to try get a glance at his assailan -i when there was a shoh. ai.d Costel! pain. The builet their headquarters. This morning the j ffll a shiirl cf.se of b'red Johnson Accused of felony pierced his coat and had grazed for recnving stolen goods. wit, skin just bringing blood. nickle dock of the value of -H -r-0, was lock ot .ne o T set for t.ia.. lhe jun fiends were on hal tti hi-3 private oilice. TliBOfliceof the City Marshal will probablv be occupied by Hie Hoard of Public Works. will be some changes in the Trsasnrer's ollice J Haas of Stockton i on ico is sloj pin.u ai tne Cal'indo. --NV. K. of Orepon a rccer.t arrival at the Merritt. W. Blasdell of Hnker f'ity. us a H L the K. W. Wis-nier of L-j3 i1.' registered at tbe Merritt, of Jlio Vista is lertd at the Hotel Merrill. 1C. Annstron.nof down to Ouklund H. Wilcox of U> Mars. la., i- a Necrology. Vernou f.'. recently from the recent arrival m tbe Merrr.t. Kast. who for two years past has re- aided in ttast Oakland with his family a: the corner of Twenty-third avenue and East Fourteenth street, yes- ter lay morning after three years of suf- fering. The dead man was ti cabled witti cancer, and on account of the dis- ease about two years ago he submitted to amputation of the leg at the knee, "it being thought that the ravages of the disease might be stopped by thU bund a f sewerage to tbe tbe city. the drive to the tbe physical condition o' the of the citv was pointer oat lowing how a proportion c t the Vy dependent on tUe southern Fain age system. A vbit to the ixead I the MaiQ Lake sewer finished tue r of inspection, and Major 11.30 A. M. train back o the In accordance with Malar Benyrnrd's will be furr ished lie City Engineer showing the _.- JRe drained by the projected atbefn iatercepting sewer and the mamma is very I ktiow she's sorry not to see you all, ten tbat hanste-i. his Honor ordered a special venire .ssued. One by one tbe jury fiends departed from tiie courtroom. ot them met t.be Sherin" on the street rnd they were summoned as ju- rois ir the case. Attorney ijaidlaw I chul'eryed tbeut under section of [e of Civil Procedure, which there are not cosipetent jurors enough present to forma panc-i the court inay direct the SheriiV or an eliKor, chn'scn by the court, ro summon n suffi- cient n-imber of uaviug the quali- ficaiiom of to complete inopaneJ tbe body '-he comity, or city niHl couut'y, aDd uot from and the Slitritl" Biirniuoa the iiuinuer to ordered ncccordiuglr return tne mimes :n court. Tbe ;urv panels were excused, but, nevertheless, they will draw their from the county for beirg summoned to apptar in court. Taxes All Collected. lobby. When states District Judgeof Utah for fou jurors was ex: teen years, died nt Ogden, March 1 ISsH.lrom heart disease, ju'lpe Erne sen was a schoolmate and fellow la student with A. W. iiishop of this cit; mt_itins. However he continued to ge: worse, and tit the time of his wus as thin as a skeleton. .Deceased leaves a '.vife and Eaiuily and his funeral took pluce at '2 o'clock this afternoon will pro undertaking parlors of Hamilton iV. j liuchley on Twelfth street. I Ellen aged years, died Kinerson. j jn evening, after a resi- late I nite 1 deuce here of eight Thankful .Taiie. .lu-ie Swift had been charged with drunker.nt'ss, arid was weeping in tbe Mr. Emerson came LO Oakland in Fe dock of tbe PoliQe Court. She was ruary iast for fjf climate, beii l broken down in hsaltb. The phy cians, on examination, found L u irautud to go heart trouble was the main ailruen she wasn't responsioie and advised bis return. He returne hat she had SftuL Would the to Otfden about the 1st of March, ar i glve her a light sentence. V. Li. Moore and wife of Salt are registered at tbo (.iaiindo. Austaan and wife of St. J'n'.il j u. j arc jegistered at ;he t.ialindo. -t j Tboir.as Kavrnett of Michigan is stopping at the House. j Florence Thnrston   Oakland yesterday. Harlowand wife, recently from i! Stockton, ure 'it :he House. Miss F urines of Oakland or v the family of A. G. Keeu fit t! Mrs. A. 15. Warn-hard of Milwau- kee, is a rec-eiu arrival at the Ofi- lindo Hotel. K. JelTrpes has returned fror verv sorry, aril would never do it again, business ti Wo'uld the Judge please be kind with 01 the sta c uer. She wanted to go back to her H. business trip through the northern part te. j Applegate Jr. of Aiameda has been elected 'irand Chaplain of the Knignts of- Honor. the or I v they 'too CourtyTax Collector James Barber made no answer, and alarmed by the made his Jinal settlement ie irs she nr.i to her saw on overy father. she i'hc of T. H. Williams, who sued H. Burrall for his was to hi ve cDtne up before Justice this m iruing, Kut has been compromised 01 it of court. Burrall paving tiie wages. Under Geoeral De Golia. Trafticon the Laundry Farm Ruil- roirt will be resumed in a d.iy or oo, gc oi weather having returned. wi'h C-.iunty Clerk. Boardman by turn- ing ovt r to "him the remainder of the Mini collected by hlia lor delin- quent taxes. This settlement com- pletes the collection of taxes for Traven in Earnest. K. W. Travers. who was reappointed by Governor Waterman Pilot Commis- sioner ifter Senate refused to con- firm tbe appointment, took the oatb o'. oilice f.o-day before Judge Ells- worth ind will bring suit to be installed in tbei'ffice. lived oniv nineteen days aUcer. M Emerson Vas also a scboohnahe Oi M and Mrs. J. W. MuObesney of this cit. Count Ciiutio Valensin's recent pu chase oi blooded boraes were shippc 1 yesterday from CynthianA, Ky., ft r PLeasanion. lhe carload d Semicolon, by SimmourtE, dam t y istrathniore; yenr old mare by Diet lor, daiia by Mambrino Time; 3 ve: r red Wiikes. dam by Curtis, Kai bletonian: 2 yew old by xJara by Orance Blossom; 2 year o J Wilkes'Bor, dam by Maiubriuo Tim 1 year old Strathmorc, dam by der's Abdalltth Second. Candidate City Tbe conviction has gained grour d that the office of City Wharangfrr w 11 be declared vacant by the Board if Pnblic Works when appointed, and a new appointment made, Amoi g others whose names are mentioned a candidates for the office is Captain P. Montague, formerly master of o: e of the railroad company's tow boa 3 and at present master of a Sacramen o river steamboat. "W. McKeand, the weil Tl-.en she wept. Known searcher of records, was Sf years Jfi or three days be satistac- or on Tuesiiav last, asked Jadge Henshaw, namin the usual tine. yea. You're very kind. I'll go right home wben I get out, and 1M never do It again." An SrtliiiKry Train. The Central Pacific Overland Miss Lily Croissant of Ohio, who jms been making a visit to friends in this city, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Knowlev and her son. Paul, oC Sioux Fails, Dak., are visiting Mrs. K. Nusbaunier and famiiv in this city. Orator Ii. M. Fitxgerald paid an official visit to Parlor, 1-uit of Policc-niiui D. the K'j'irttHMiUi Mri-ft ,iany was roncludei! in tin- SIIJH'- vourt yytcrdiiy wiieu iry brought a v.TdirL icr tlu.- uIV for dani.urt.'s. 11 will inhered thut Swain was ruling in .in1.rol in SciHt-nihur carrying a niiu.frum street stnti'Hi near PIT' d la tin.1 1 wagoii was struck by n s'.n-ei urt Swaii; was thrown tu round. In I full his txine broken ami seven tuii. again si tni1 iierr. pany to recover Su tliui Mr. .Mnrstori wa> Killed by the train ut Oakland rertT.lv. :e .n.ilgc K'.Nworth :e jury yestt'rday in the oa-e ;iti; interesunt; in snuie ;to es ti.> show the hauility of a_ street cui'.pany. In charj-inu lhe jury or said: i luive lih'oii'1-: to tlio sr-invieii's of '.i.-: n> to tlif r-.'-pticriv..- "f Kfev! :inj of -iKtu't Mu-y i-ntnT. .-in.' l liiju-rt'i ill tu you mi'l h-1'.oillii curt'- rei-l citr iu h i xclusive or propriotary i n y i .in of the vlrx'c: public uf :lm; tree's its -h i- jns'ly irfl ittlu-i- who drive upo-.i Inr ways. e u'f n stivet f-oni- is IL e eiisoini-iit t lie "f it" wny in he -n- y. 'Tliere i.- iiutln'im ox'-lusivj ur pn-t ,rii in ll.e ii-Thlii   rehiu'e.l will ren-l T ilu- (.onipnr.y f lie iir'.ir, ,1 :M.' 11 r.Unary euro iu j.-evrMir-.; hi' I'-ir.. Strt-ct '-ur !i.ive cXi'ill-ivj rip tit to (l.i; "f lli'.'ir k  -e> it imr a iiiLTL1 li-'or.-'1 JIL-I lie ,s hy pi'sit-.ve and run -HI every niar. tin1 (iii- eir.p'.oyers m" K c.n e.H'-.piiny, wi r Mjr'M.-i.- dii'- eilslt Kin in n-.e f l .n- .if the "f emu n-p: ire-! t.-y lau uf you (hnl t'u- pttro'. wsi1- Or: iiit; hi tin- '.ine ui slu e: eur t: BC.. yu ure to reiiu'iii tier i: l.n-1 cri'crt it tn V-.n wl .jtlu-r i'l list1 ex-, re uf i In.- !j rij.'it ihf drivc-r UKvd eare. Von KP to in 'h.t' tl'.fMi LM> hi. IUT (i'.i'y i in posed 'ip-Mi <'i i ver ui th. jiatrni t.- KV. nc-i'iii--nt s post J upoii tiiherof Un1 stl'-el 'i'htil i', vv.i- more ill- the   i IP- I driver "V ihe nti.il l-'nv.- the i-i.' oar tl'iu'k free f M- i; "'.is part i.f 'ii- lo or wiili li.isu- and D. It inljih: well I- A por-.n MO; tii "ii nf i IK- car ir.ieii m nL. t-'if tl.c vr o: :ht; pa1 r- -'-ii; tiii-J Mitiy this j.Isii'iti1 !-y i'-" r-1" Tho dr: MI- j-ntr -il n ritriit '.u :rii'-k 'Hid to tl-.tTf hu loin, i' ivii jti-una'.iy i.jL-ut Kin! t-ii-V i" >J If Hi'-ii >uu ii ihat he V-'ILS in liuiirilv v.-ii-l a-'. un-ii-r uM :in- r i. tiiut is nl! ihal ilu .11 "f -nid siR'h I 1! t ill' ;'eee an I i- i'1''1' it .Ivii-iKl.iiil'.- e o I s-i n.-- --r- j.u-J it rll-j lilaiulltV pClf-'e.H.ly -ru'cd ID iKe linary cure. f V.IM" iind fr.-i U''- icne.- in ca-iM. that i-t- I vi-h i: .v t.le'i wo riding .iu 11! li> thf I'oHrt: I 'ej-HI "f thlK ei y, [lint n1 rl i.inise'.f tui iv -s :ln.-n heiiiK .i-.i i t-n f.-r me p- rpo-e fiiil; him in t! periu! IIUIMC-' of Ills u'lici.ll duty. tli.-n i h-ifL-e yi that Iii- in- In VI.T ui thut wafi-in -ver-' ha: lu jiiay (lt-1-iin.-d i-ietil in n ii; lii-iill sen-e u'itl. dr: VIT i f i he ivhicV. re-nl'-j 1 in if -'ij-tHititu i nj'iry, W.IK ai nu lo u ivuir >f i u e Lli part of the t] 11 ver of sin-h ihe ii lit i tl' i-fin nut reco f nm: -i-.- rci: an IhotiL'h the d u Jiave bet-ii of of other la in t: to the ht-nriny i'o f'ase were also given. leftthe pier yesterday with eighteen tive yons Of the Golden West, Tuesdav ars in two sections, and though it has jnbt been stated that it was the largest train i Parlor cviniiu, visi'.ed the that ever left the pier, this rs erroneous as many trains of tins size have left the pier. The Mission Postoffice. The Postmaster General has accepted tbe resignation of Albert Lelrechetas Postmaster at Mission San Jose and tins appointed Solomon Ehrrnan to liil the vacancy thus made. Charles Wendte repente'1 his lecture upon "Thomas Starr King'' in San Francisc'o on Tiiei-day evening, j h The lectnro was the liltli in of Lick lectures. the Merchamllfte ami Machinery. The suit of Louis Bruchi- against James l.andregan to recover f025 for sworn to bv Jacob Unnii Jnco.j Vuna'n Agent. H. K. Wilson was an agent for the Jacob T'nna Manufacturing ''ntnpany, and while so acting appropriated to his own use some f 40 belonging in the com- I pany. At least that is what the corn- merchandise and machinery sold has and thntis why Wilson beer, transferred to this county from San Fraacisoo for trial. March SOtb by a jury on embezzlement. be tried on charge of The Starr -A: IT- ad- d e.sved tit-.norrow 1. nf OttUl-inil. wh-i ami 'tru nit.-nt--1 and '-v M e x- oiteil. and a -f i i i ii- ce will IK- titkt-n :r. n -ii Left MM h- i- The of S x. I- ha.- or. i- MI l.e Snueri'ir i -1 ;tte iiK'il at Appl ion i r- 11: m riioiiift--; .1. fthee.n' ;i.t to ninsinister on th' uOO.   

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