Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on October 12, 1893 · Page 5
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J .v " r.-v i . . u OAKLiA-ND DAILT EVENING TXUBUTTIV TIITTIISDAY,7 OCTOBER r!2, 1890. Hew mes. Screens on ths Local fraios Cut Don Passengers Are Anxious for the Old Schedule, .Gaaeral Desire Tnat Traiel Shall lot U Hampered, itself in the mm of the fafr-saindad. able portion of the eosamaoity by even undertaking such action. It ia sot worthy even patriots and statesmen of tbe Denta Kearney tripe, not , to say broad- mia dad, unprej ad iced, noB-pertisan advocates and upholders of oar beautiful city's fair fame. Let them follow tb golden rnla in dialing with tea railroad company, isaatiniag themselves, aa it were, members of such a "blarsted" corporation and owaera a ad operators of racb a carrying bosuaaa. Tbia done, I take It. the now muob-taiked of Dow reaolation would not be laid oa tba table, bat under the table, and lbs Uble put oat of sight Coxxom Sexsx. SELF DEFENSE; auputated; LE6S. r ; u ; .' ; - i -? v- Here Is the Story of What Boct n tt .' of Then, "i :; . How Chris Evans Expects to Beat tbe Scaffold. Paeecnzers on the Seventh street road this morning were surprised to Bee that a sweeping change bad been effected over night in tbe construction of tbe gates that are shortly to be pat in operation. The big wire screens, which when drawn will prevent anyone from jumping on or off tbe cara, bad been cat down almost one-half, leaving it possible for passengers to look oat ever the tops. Jast when the new deal will go into operation is not yet known as the officials are waiting for the fasteners to come from tbe Sacramento shops where they are being made as last as the workmen can tarn tbem oat. To place them on tbe cars will not take long and then free riding will be at an end. There lias been a good deal said pro and con regarding the gates, and after sifting it down it looks as if the sentiment of the traveling public is undoubtedly in favor of tbe ctiange. Tbe hoodlums and deadheads are of coarse making a great qutcry, but the solid citizens, those who like to get what they pay for and "be subjected to the jostling and crowding of tree riders are anxious to bee tbe new plan in operation. It will be impossible though for tbe company to give a satisfactory service under the restrictions of tbe new speed ordinance, for complying with it means that it will be absolutely impossible to make, proper connection with the boats. Not alone in Oakland, but in Alameda and Berkeley, ia a wail going up agaimt such hampering of travel a witness the following petition that is being circulated on the Eccinal : A. A" Toune, (ieneral Manager of Southern facijio Company Dear mi: The under-aiened commuters and daily traveler on tbe broad gauge route between Alameda and San Francisco respectfully represent that tbe treqaent detention of late of tbe boats on tbia route, awaiting the arrival ot the looal train Iroiu Oakland, is eeu-ing aerioas Inconvenience to us in our buii-ness, and we respectfu ly request that said boats may be permitted to leava oa their regular time, in order that the inconveui-euce and annoyance caused by these detentions may be removed. Those interested in the matter think that it is a mistake for the Nou-Partian Council men to tie the traveling problem up to tbe other gr.evances. Let the water front and other troubles be handled separately, they say, but do not harass tbe commercial interests of the town by impeding the tram service. In view of the outcome of the speed regulations tbe appeal certainly seems a fair one, and in this connection the following letter received today by The Tribune is apropos : Editor Tribune Sir: As a citizen and tax payer, and one who has to avail himself twice daily of the transit facilities Horded by tbe local trains of tue Southern Pacific Railroad Company to and from Fruit Yale and Oakland, I desire to put myself on recoid in vigorous protest, against the snilly-sbaliyiDg going on amone certain elements ot Oakland's population pandering to a perverted seoti-ment which calls lor tbe obstruction, if not destruction, of travel by tbe Seventh street local trains, to tbe ead tnat compeiine lines ot transit may be more largely patronized and built up. Did the Southern Pacific Railroad Company not Rive to tbe public decent and adequate facilities for transit, and was it der elict ns a common carrier to tbe extent o: subjecting; to inconvenience, harassment ana pecuniary loss its patrons, then there would be some warrant and justification for tbe feeling of animosity and antagonism which is evidenced in this community by certain classes, but in all candor and fairness I contend that this company is not answerable to any such charge in the conduct ot its local business. On tbe contrary, tts facilities and accommodations are thorough, reliable and in every way first tbe residents A slight-framed woman, clad In a gray traveling dress, rose from an easy chair as a Tribukk man entered room Gl of tbe Galindo Hotel this morning. She rubied, and said : "Yes, I am Mr?. Evans. This ia my daughter Eva," indicating a blonde young lady in a blue gown sitting upon a lounge. "I have been expecting visits from newspaper men. I am becoming familiar with interviewers. Yes, I like tbe stage, and am satisfied witn the results, financially, of our experience to far. We had two of the largest audiences in San Jose tba: ever witnessed a performance in that city. "When we finish our Oakland engage ment we shall rest for two weeks, while rehearsing with our own company, which Mr. Whit?, the author of our ilay, has engaged. I do not know who be has engaged, but they will, of course, be good professionals. Then we shall make a tour of the State, going south through the San Joaquin valley. "I suppose we shall play both in Visa-lii and Fresno. We have hosts of friends there, and all talk of our not going there is without foundation. "1 received a letter from Mr. Evans recently. His wounds are be&licg, and he is regaining his health. He is well treated, more as a guest than a prisoner, tie is confident of an acquittal. "His defense will be self defense. He will be tried for killing William Magin- I nis. Now the defense will be that the ' officers had announced their intention of shooting Mr. Evans on sight. This was illegal, and, of course. Mr. Evans defended himself. The officers would have red upon any two men they had met with guni. A pair of quail hunters would have been shot at as quickly as Mr. Evan3. ' "I do not know whether George Son-tag made the reported confession or not. I don't believe he did. It is very easy to trump up such a canfegsion. There were no outsiders there, only railroad men and Wells-Fargo people. If a newspaper man bad been present we would have known jutsihow it really was." "I like the stage," said Eva Evans. "I have had no previous experience or training, bull like it. I expect we thall have good audiences herein Oakland." Mrs. Evans naa a half interest in the company that is being organized by Mr. White, and expects to have a profitable season in this State. After playing through California, the company will go on the Northwestern circuit. When a man tries to derail a Seventh street train with bis let the is bat one sequence of events that follows. That is: a crowd; a polios officer; the patrol waron and the Receiving Hospital. He ia laid upon the operating labia at that institution and the chloroform fun nel la placed over nis lace. Us loss xvy- conaetonaneas and finds wheat he regains it that ha has also lost his leg. For the next week he is too weak to think of hia lost limb, and usually when discharged is too glad that he is living to give the missing leg a thong he Tbe leg, however, has in the meantime given employment to several persons. How ia it disposed of? Many people have thought ct this, bnt no one baa as yet given the solution of the problem to tbe public. The ignorant may imagine that Steward Laraen secretly inters the sections of pruned off humanity at mid night in tbe flower beds of the plaza around the Hall of Records. Tbia idea ia erroneous. Tbe lopped limb falls into a tin tub like an infant's bath. A half hour before it was a more or less ornamental portion of a human frame. Now it has become a nuisance, it cannot Da turown over board, and it is too large to burn in tbe range, lae injured man may recover and want it, or ne may never think of it again. One thing is evident, it cannot be kept for a monta waiting for tbe rest of the man to get welL There ia bnt one thing to be done, bury it. There the law cornea in. No funeral can take place unless a reputable physician certifies that the principal in the ceremony is dead, and that he died of a legal di-ease. Ol course, the leg is dead but the rest of the bodv is alive. Be side, who ever read of a funeral on sinelo leg. Here the Coroner eteps in and helps the hospital people out oi their difficulty, lie takes trie leg and buries it. A neat box is prepared and in this the leg is placed. When the next grave is dug in the potter's fieid, a hole tbe , size of tbe box is made at its bottom. In this the leg is interred. In this way the leg bones of a millionaire may lie beneath the remains of an unknown pauper. Small bones, fingers, ears, toes aod portions of the sku.l removed in trephining are buried in the hospital range, but all largo portions of tbe body removed are buried by the Coroner. This is what became of the right leg of Antone da Cunha, (who, by the way, is doing well) who was crashed in the attempt to use it to stop an electric car with. If be ever wnnts to find his leg be can do so by inquiring of the Coroner who has a record of its burial place Some peop e want to he buried all at once in the same grave, so that when G briel blows his trumpet they won't have to hustle all over the coup try looking for a lot 1 g. Da Cunha furnishod the text and The Tribcne furnishes the information. : w vf -. THE SONG OF SILVER Wtrts 17 H. G. Parses. BmIc 17 E. P. UUsrbf. , ' ENJOYS Botlt the method sA results when Sjnrp cf Fig is taken; it is pleasant rtfid refreshing to tbe taste, and acta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, IiTtr and BotcIs, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, bead-aches and fevers and com habitual ccoatipatija. Byrup of Figs is the only remedy or its kind ever pro-dnced, plehring to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial b its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable subsianees, its many excellent qualities commend H a 1 ww 4 an ana care made it the most popular nedy known, fcyrc.pof Fitfj U for sale in 50c and 91 isottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not bare it on hand will procure it promptly for any one wbt wiihes to. try it. JJo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SrRUP CO 9H ntAHCISCO. cu WWvau. tt. ,e roax. atr. gCOTTOLENE st What la it BACK FROM SCOTLAND. The Commission Reports on the Steele -Estate. 0L0 HORSE. An Import an1. Evnt Is Very Nsar at Hand. 1 lass, and without tbem Oakland who nave their biisinsss in san Francisco would most especially be in a aorry plight, as no existing opposition carrier could come anywhere near meeting tbe demands of tbe morning aud evening travel to and from San Francisco. To my mind, tbe present City Council. in its legislating witb especial reference to tbe bevenih street local trains, is not ruing to tbe dignity of the occasion as nonpartisan, broad-minded, public-spirited men would and should do, but iu members are allowing themselves to be too much Influenced by tbe sentiment which dominates tbe street-corner orator and aldewalk statesman. Now as to tbe free riding on the looal trains batweeu stations, my judgment is that it would bave been much better (or Oakland as a whole had its citizens never have been spoiled by tae eajoymeat of such a rare privilege. As to tbeir being entitled to tbe continuance of such privilege by right ot legislative enactment nothing enld be more fallacious. Tbat this privilege can be secured to them by tue passing oi sucn a claptrap , ordinance as has been intro-; dnced in the Council by one ot its members professing to be learned in the law la a delusion and a snare, for a more ridiculously absurd proposition than that set forth in the aaid resolution I never heard of. It is preposterous to suppose tbat a municipality, through iu legislative body, can dictate to a railroad companr tbe kind of doors or gates I- shall uip its cars with. As wall mig&t be expected that the kind ef coat it saoald use in iu engines could be so dictated and regulated by ordinance. Aa to ths plea tbat it is a safeguard against danger not to nave tbe wire gates inclosing the steps and platforms of tbe cara, I contend tbat just the reverse ia the ease, the said gates being a most effective safeguard. in tbat there can be no jumpicg on or off toe cars wane ta motion, and no oae stand-iag on the platform could be tbrowa off by nr lurcniag or jeraiac oi the cara. It is meet au proper that the gates should not be kept locked and that there ahenid ba a means cj opening then at any time from the inside, but aa to saying the railroad company snail not in-tercose a barrier to eep off of ita cars those who are not entitled to set on under and by virtae of the rules and regulations ia force by the oweer and operator of aueb cara is td my mind a degree ot presumption and arrogance bordering on anteoraey : and 1 aaa unwilling to believe tbat our City Council will belittle In 1890 Anne Steele, an elderly lady of this city, died, leaving a will with a number of bequests. Among these was one of $2000 in trust to Thomas Moran for Mary Bow of Scotland, Tbe munev was to be paid in installments of $200 every fonr months in the event ot the death or Mary Bow before the payment ut tbe money it.was to be paid to Annie liaison of Blairgowrie, I'ert3tiire, Scotland. It was claimed that Mary Bow bad died and a woman signin herself ' Ann Halson" authorized Mrs. Christine G 1- bert oi this ity to collect wbat was due her under the will. Tbe trustee stated that he did not know that Mary Bow had die i, and that be had no Knowledge of "Anne Halson, ' because tbe name resembling that nam- in the will read Annie Ualison. He accordincly declined to pay any money in trie premises, until tbe deatb of Maiy Bow and the identity of "Anne Halson" should be established. A commission was sent to Scotland to ascertain these facts, and today it reported n Judge Ogden's court that Mary Bow that the name of been -improperly o o o o bo Q o CQ u CJ 1 p o f- H P o O O (0 Q E Ll u o 03 03 o 13 ed o c5 W rtao. tSorktx vol S llvpr. t.' Jm. mm wl w ,1 fez! ria-iti. 'n'irhitn Saw haf (Santa jV - 4 I w p a P tf P I O kT ta O i "H 5 - CD H C D Q o H o p i m o 13 a o B d o Copy to Etc!i PnrctiS'r FRIDAY and SATURDAY BROS wmiieUi -41 UK in. CHRYSANTHEMUM FLOWER SHOW. OlK.N KVKHY ll.ty. AIIMIHHto I-I IKK. Orr 200 DOTrltttt for 1W, nl ll lb mrr'- tl tn1r1 i ett.Uos la tb. world are rollec!1 tn oar nurorr BeiJlb- irenjr rare nd iSrful i)Bu ara found la hlnom. that rio tot he sees tlMbe In tbe I B.tfd Utri ritot. tn4 est flower el Lba Onesl chr) astbemumi for ttlr, at rsry rejto.e pneev iiitr ere txxl. si tallies . JAPANESE NURSERY, H. YOSHUK. Prop. nr aix'.vnth i.d n 1 1 1 w . n.r li..i. at. a i.fi . Oale1. rV Oi I had really died, and "Ann Halson" bad apeiled in ton will. Mrs. Oilmore took the stand and established the identity of "Ann Halson," and tbe court accordingly directed th - trustee, Thomas Moran, to pay over to the tatter the $000 coining to her, and the remainder of the bequest when it should become due. Police Court News. The motion to dismiss the charge of malicious mischief against II. H. McDonald in the Police Court this morning was denied by Judge Allen. This is one of the water front rock throwing cases. It will be tried January 16th by a jury. Edward Gallagher pleaded not guilty to a charge ot battery committed on Martin O'Neill, and will be tried November 11th, The Salt Club Case. Judge Allen this morning dismiseed the complaint against W. S. Jones, charged with conducting a lottery, in the way of a suit club, on the ground that the complaint was defective. Now Mr. Jones will be rearrested on a similar charge and a new complaint. "Praise be to him. whose wondrous skill Has conquered every human ill And now alone, aa victor, standi Tbe 'j olden' compound of nis hands." So spike a man. with tribute crowned. Of i-r. mere, the "world-renowned," Whose "Medical Discover" Bad vanquished pain and set him free. One eaa but speak in praise of a remedy so effectual and unfailing aa Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Acting promptly and thoroughly, it produces permanent cores. Consumption, in its early stages, scrotals, liver and kid say disorders, and all blood diseases, are within the field ot its unoonnaea success. The dead horse sale, the annual feat ure of t.xcitiDg interest in and around the City Hail, will take place on the 28th inst. in ihu corporation yard. The auction will be conducted by Sec retary Kaufman of the Board of Public Works and the articles will be knocked down to the highest bidder. Everything and every manner of article is ln-luded, from a poker chip to a horse. Most of the stuff is of a cash value of about 3's cents. There will undoubtedly be some apir ited b.dduig for seme if the articles Colonel Kobicson has determined to bid in a baseball, no ma ter what price may be run up ta Ed Sheridan of (he CaJf has been watching a pair of brace lets, cuffbuttons, a breastpin and silver spoon for some time, lie has marked them for his own and savs that he wil have them, corns what may. Iong Mc- Lain of the Tunes has concluded to buv I in seventy-five iounds ol braes to add to his alieady large supply of tbat m-tal. There is liable io be some lively competition for two airguns, as several m rubers of tbe City Council have announced their intention ot taking them in. A aoupUdle w til probably bo bought in by Borne irienos cf J. rernando Connors, aUo a package oi poker chips, wh ch wM be presented to him as a relic of the happy days that have passed. Paul Goldsmith had contemplated bnying in two gripsacks, but since be has given up his trip to the World's Fair it is understood that he has concluded to let them go by the board. "Pacing Billy' Monroe broke open his dime savings bank this morning, ao as to get out enough money to buy iu5'Jb pounds of scrap iron that will go up at the auction, and Enjalie O'Brien visited the sign of the three balls at daybreak this morning aud raised enough to purchase a large chromo of tbe works ol the Fredericksburg Company ehowiog the annex ahere liquid steam is manufact ured. Ed dough will, it is understood. bid by proxy for that valuable work er- tled "Memoirs of C. Waage," by J. hilip Walsh. ft- It ta the new shortening taking the place of lard O or cooking butter. both. Costs less, goes 0-faxther, and Is easily .digested by anyone. AT ALL GROCERS. Befcse All Substitutes. MME. LE 3 mf 3 him oi tir. l s ni , VAN WAY It Mod t!e, Male .i pc - i rlty cf r. : j I o kj nne lijwt: c.t:i lt ji-tit:c,heau l til a ;d i' on: f- rial le. Origin.! li-fciti to sil , ii:l:v dual I'.v "ten 1 1 ti v a w'i -fitt uk Uhof t ' Mine. y an-w t khe .11 vuar' antt c per ret fi : t iir. ut trying on. S' e h a mail v Iron oi;ts il- tbr M'e ho vcr co::ie tn l.rr rw itr.v f t ori. jU tc t.Ti'la'. t or oaKiana HOSDlta I ! E. HOTEL FOR INVALIDS. H. WOOLSEY, M. it OAKLAND C.tU 71 !t "t-.-no fll ' ft tonj v. rt 1 Uade only by h. k. wmn l co., SJ. LOU13 end CHICAGO. liCW YORK. BOSTON. mtk y j es - is Oat. W. H. PARRISH huectseor to lt A arr.iU Trock and Expressman icreJea. in.tilti aa t l'.r llork It 4t;rl L to-s l.urrf nt: 1 I) .n t tl-t TfiiOrtc-ea e4 T vllMe tjut ts. ei tfce Ceauai rele ad Sarroe; Ittu rsl.rccds. sod KMltl ta mi-i cut) it. SrncklTt nrtetiark Ua M(?te lcliltJr mr re. Ta mti icd trlisie rue ait mam svrr- r, eU ici'.istea. .oa t rrcprisuir traUfe4. Ifce VnUditi eswHorlr, irfvLbw wlU CSe pecbd. l aiitenlTe: lawrtorlr Ui wooOwccx l cl m.114 tJ tmjtmi e'.aat,tle atsiui tcrevt Itall aa Bsert:e s 5 olra. aaS l& U feeotetrfl IlS eiqaUlVe fre cee 1 1. )ir(!tsu hert'.oa, roeitrtalts "arfU" an si. end CosttttMieat trt l$ mmpfAml "it tbe mi:c.o Icr Icva-lda, etttrrii l cc trcilr3 with tt-eiJ ewrrsdewa, mLh tn t net m:r Mitts. Mi-C'.eal mtm.et lor C tae Certrtr terha,ea a3 it iito-cnrBU ol a trmx '.mm I to lerha.aS aa HeeylesXaad til U e lecuirrrstctA, KntrDltaeet aae torn- ! m cl e IniiuUciiii tor lareilA are T'ae t.t'ret .t an I pcri&rd sen 'Se ivmi itl stundauta nikie a4 I tre ttJ us dcU r lit tils, mjS 842 Broajwdy Uaoani, Se s Vot delicious ice eream aad the choicest candies, Leonard t'a candy autre, 171 Kour- eenth st. near H road way, Deata um world saippioa Net. The bark Highland Light is dncharg ing coal at the City wharf, This morning the schooner Mary Bid well was towed ever from San Francisco with lumber, which she will discharge , this afternoon. W 11 UafVI THE PILE-PULLING. The Timbers Are Now Anchored in Oakland Creek. rn.ctn.ta Tbe only fun Cream of Tartar 7ow4eNo Ammonia; No Ahaa. Late last evening the last of the pilea on the water front was pulled by Cotton Brothers' pile-driver. There were 132 of them and they were chained together in a raft and towed into Oakland creek and anchored. For half an hour the tug tooted its whistle continuously aad the idle and cunoua gathered along the front in anticipation of another not. Councilman bneu. chairman of the Water Front Committee of the Council, said last evening: "The State and the city will not be antagonistic Up to a certain point their interests will be idea- ticai. Wnatever testimony we secure will be placed at the service of the At torney General. Personally X would prefer to see the city own the water front, bnt no one should be disappointed if it is awarded to the State. The Bute and the city will work together la the approaching litigation." Ijwaye Vasal Cadi. The examination of James CL Lowery, charged - with burglary, was fixed by Judge Allen this morning for 8starday, He visited wardell's carpenter shop aad aernred some tools. Lowery is not a professional criminal, and whsa ba was arraigned im court this morning he was nearly ingnteasd to aeatsw .- ajar? f ftaeretlea. r H Ueeer Sheriff Harlow is securing nj fa the eases of tha toys Fmllmar aad: Jon. soajL, was are abarged with .throwiag reeks a tnepoUoe Sarlas: the Oavtro street f aromhrae,' Tae police emeers are aai peteet te select the. jury eairUey acs t&mJ 4y ttp mtfm iI.H., SO. SS73. I ana prepared to move Hetry tjrsnuv i I k ndt of Mercuandite an 1 mte atpcisl'.T of uicTiQi tafea. ataV All er5 ti rroiat y "3ll lo f. lowcvt rate, leitpboe b-t Ite.Ueta w. ilk 1 v.l'l ' 1r,.l EichweDe, Muhr & Co 't wares I il.ilS I Fancy and Staple Groceries! FAMILY WINKS AND LIQUOItS N. W. Cor. 7th and Adeline Sts. OAK I.AM 0. Toloptiono GOO. JorTPoireim, the Tailor I have jo l received direct from tle mills a fine line oi woolen '.or soiUeg and trooaerioss. also a selected hoe J. overcoating tbat I purxbasv-d at a nar-gaio, and now offer to the public garments made to order at greatly reduced price. Perfect fit and beet of wurkmae-ahip guaranteed or no sales. 20S lfoatgomery ex., 724 Market and lllO and Ilia Market 8t tas I- raacltco, " J&- 4ft3 Fowrteeath Strec Oakland!. 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