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THE THEATERS.
Byron, at (lie Alcazar, in "Across
the Continent."
No Change at the Oth*r Theaters— The TiToli's
TatiniUi"— Hems. About Eothern.
General Mention.
After a lengthy absence from our midst Mr.
Oliver Byron, the very suecesslul melodramatic
actor, made his reappearance at the Alcazar last
evening in that very sensational drama, "Across
the Continent," which has been previously
seen in this city. For those fond of this class
of dramatic pabulum "Across the Continent"
oilers a very exciting, not to say diverting,
evening's amusement— lor It has as much fun—
though a cood deal more of It might be more
strictly termed horse play, i hat can be jammed
Into It. From me continuous applause and
laughter the cut itaiuineui was much enjoyed by
thelaige audience present. Mr. Oliver Byron,
of couiselbe hem. does his woik in true melo
dramatic style. The company supporting him Is
an exceptionally good one— all local people. Mr.
'James L'arden. Mr. Haiti Davenport, Mr. Leo
Cooper, Mr. lieu Cotton, Mr. liner JobDstoue.
Mr. Scott Cooper and Mi. Frank VVyuian did well
in their respective j.aits. Miss- Euiel Biandeu
and Miss Fannie Young and little Mabel Bow
man also tendered valuable alii. Mi. Tho.nas C.
Leary's lush specialty In the third act met with
much favor. The play went very smoothly for a
in. -i night reiioiniaiice. "Across tbeContlneul"
should do a good week's business.
At the Other Theater*
There Is nothing new to report. "Sberundoau"
tilled the New California to repletion. The ma
jority oi those in me auditorium were new faces,
and the business on the stag* was, of course, Co
them fiesh and Interesting. Tim i-lay has
pulled a new lot of people to the theater— so
much through tbei persistent i booming or It
through the.press as by .the Innate merits of the
piece Itself related to friends and neigh
bora by those who, early In its dramatic
history, had the privilege of enjoying
it; a full house of satlsllied auditors Is the best
advertiser of a play. The auditors being pleased,
n-ve r rest satisfied" till all with whom they come
in contact have seen the performance, and all
are equally pleased with themselves. There is a
rate enjoyment in compaiing notes, not act oss
the walnuts and I lie wine, but over a bumble cup
of tea. "Suenandoah" has drawn out our aver
age population— people who have read the his
tory of me war and are desirous of seeing this
particular episode of It. The war drama will be
continued all this week.
"PAUL KATJVAR"
At the Bush-street lias not had tbe pull ex
pected. Tbe fault lies wan the play itself, In
the Hist instance; and, In the second, the people
to whom the respective pails are assigned.
We have no particular fault to find with
II .i worth, thebeio, nor with Mr. Mark Lynch,
the villain; they do the best they can. The rest
of the company, however, aie merely "leather
and I'iuiitila." A good deal of stress Is placed
on ibe pictures— the guillotine Iv the
early pail of the play; Hie mob lv Ihe Yendeau
Phase; but these pall by repetition. Tiiesav
ageiy aud blood of the- one and the uuieasouable
violence of the other are equally objectionable to
an Anglo-Saxon audience. When Mr. Ha worth
lias gotten tbroucb frith his *■ J'aul Kauvar"
conti. which he ought never to have under
taken — let him bid Sleeie Mackaye good-by for
evei and a day and go wbeie he belong*, into
legitimate acting.
TUB VARIETY BUSINESS
At the Baldwin, under the name of the Tran>tt
laoUques Vaudevilles, does notdiaw laiye audi
ences. The engagement was a mistake and ih9
management are reaping the consequences.
•' Fmt.nltzit "
Crowded the Tivoll last evening. Young San
Francisco were out in full force there were
very few seals vacant In me auditorium. The
annexed cast shows that an the local talent, in a
musical way, was paraded on tbe stage:
General Timufey KantchukoS (original charac
ter William H. Hamilton
Princes* Lv,li.i lm.tnovua, Us niece... Telluta Evans
Vladimir SamalloS Alice u»lllard
Julian Hardy, war correspondent N. V. Herald
(original character) Hurry Gates
1.-.'-i Pasha, Earklat Governor or Bustcbuk
(original part in Vienna) Fred Urban
Mustiptia. purHhM of tlie Harem (bis first ap
pearance) Cbarles Wai
Btelpaiin, a sergeant Henry Norman
Lieutenant Osslp Safonoff Arthur Messmer
»i>t.uu Vasil Staravlelt Richard Valeria
Bim Bey, leader or Bashi-Hazouks. . .<;. Napcleonl
lies ika ... f . . . . lutlie Delaro Barnes
I>luna 1 Izzet PMtas's! Louie Walton
Zulelka.... f Wives 1 Time Valerga
£urslrla...j I Julia Simmons
Fedor i ? . ...Ilattle Delaro Barnes
&,::: L Cmdeti • J Julia Simmons
£I—l " 1 Timevalenra
KUlpbar..] ( Mamie Gray
Marsaldsbf. l, i u Ward
J!»" u » Uretcheo Hlrsch
>«'t» K. Peyser
. It Is to be presumsd that the recent perform
ance of the same opera at the Baldwin, in this
city. Implied the people in tbe distribution at
the Tivoli. Certainly they exerted themselves to
the utmost, and the costuming and stage mount
ing were in the most liberal form. ■■Fallnltza"
Is evidently a favorite with the patrons of this
theater, and the management have done 111 -ir
best lo frame It becomingly.
"Two Fair."
The management of the Orpbeum offered its
patrons an unusually good bill last evening lv
tlie shape of a musical comedy entitled " Two
Fair. It has many amusing features, and the
characters being In the hands of capable people
- the performance was rendered doubly enjoyable.
Mr. John H. Ferry, Mr. Ed Ferry, Miss *lay
ai.i.ei >■ aud Miss Concbita did well In their sev
eral roles. There was an excellent audience.
"Two Fair" will run all the week.
Sotheru'* Coming.
Apropos of the late engagement here of Mr.
and Mrs. Kendal and the coming of .Mr. B. ii.
Kothein next week at the California Theater,
there Is a pleasant story which Mr. Warner of
theSothern Company relates. Years ago, when
Mr. Hotbern was but a small boy. his father,
"Dundreary" Sotbern, was a power In tbe Lon
don theatrical world and had great influence
with J. B. Buckstone, tbe veteran manager, who
bad given him bis first opportunity In London.
Ihe young actress, Madge Robertson, bad been
doing good work in, the provinces, but lou^.g
apparently In Tain, for that Mecca ni.B;,gu.\,
pioiessionais-a London euow, nen y ' ciitnce
brought about a meerlr." »r i"'l V, =„ fen
*"'■ '.■' " '3an ordinary attention to the lady's
- ■"..■ai of ber aspirations. "Yon shall have a
Louoon opening," li» finally said, "and Buck
stone (-tja.il give it to you." It was a matter of
some time and trouble before Miss Robertson's
wish could be effected, but when done the veteran
manager stood sponsoi to another London favor
ite. A warm friendship sprang up between
hottiei ti and his wife, and Madge Uobertson and
lier husband, Mr. Keudal. Mr. Kendal was not
ill that lime an actor.
THE AFTERMATH.
•When Manager Daniel Frouraan welcomed
Mr. and Mrs. K»ud»l to this country he sug
gested their visiting some of the theaters in
.New York. "What Is at your own theater?"
aiked Mrs. Kendal. "K. U. Sothern In 'The
Highest Bidder,'" said Mr. Frohman. "What!
Little Eddie Sotherul" exclaimed Mrs. Kendal,
"why, 1 have not seen him since he used to beg
me to carry him about In my arms. Let us go
there by all means." They attended tbe per
formance, laughed and applauded heartily, and
alter the cuiiaio fell met young Sotbern behind
the scenes. After numberless pleasant remarks
liad passed, Mr. Sotbern led forth a young
actor of bis company, saying "Let me
Introduce you to one whom you should remetn
-7 './e: as you do me, because ot bis father—ilow
laud Buckstone, son of dear old J. B. Buck-
Btone." The Kendals, in tbe presence of tbe two
young men to whose fathers they owed the be
ginning of tlielr London career, were demonstra
tive lv their expressions of joy, and ahortly the
quartet became reminiscent. After a time, how
ever, Mr. Frohman ordered a cessation of "don't
you remembers" tbat they might be resumed
over a pleasant little supuer at the hotel, which
lasted well toward morning, How small the
world really Is, after all I
General Mention.
-; The probabilities are that Mr. Jay Rial will re
open the Grand Opera House with a series of
new plays and a strong company.
Mr. Alfred Bouvier Is still in Oregon, looking
after the Interests of tbe Bayman- Bouvier circuit.
Ben Teal Is writing a war drama. In which,
bowever, war elements are to be made second
ary to the main purpose of the play. It Is not
likely to be put on the stage before the middle of
next season.
Charles L. Howard proposes to bring out
" shortly a domestic drama called "Little chard
Farm" as an offst to I)enman Thompson's "Tua
Old Homestead." Den bas been making too
- much money with his New England life picturus,
and Howard wants to get a taste of the elder.
A MOVING MOUNTAIN.
Strange riieuonieui.il In the Columbia
ltlver.
A traveling mountain is found at the
Cascades of the Columbia. It is a triple
peaked mass of dark brown basalt, six or
eight miles in length where it fronts the
river, and rises to a height of almost 2000
feet above the water.
That it is in motion is the last thought
which would be likely to suggest itself to
the mind of an) one passing it; yet it is a
well-established fact that this entire moun
tain is moving slowly but steadily down the
river, as if it bad a deliberate purpose some
time in the future to dam the Columbia aud
form a great lake from the Cascades to The
Dalles. The Indian traditions indicate im
mense movements of the mountains here
abouts, long before white men came to Ore
gon, and the early settlers, immigrant*
many of them from New England, gave the
above - described mountainous ridge the
name of "traveling mountain," or "sliding
mountain."
Iv its forward and downward movement
the forests along tlie base of the ridge have
become submerged in the river. Large
tree-stubs can be seen standing deep in the
water un this shore. The railway engi
neers and the trackmen find that the line
of the railroad which skirts the foot of the
mountain is being continually forced out of
place. At certain points t ii« road-bed and
rails have been pushed eight or ten feet out
of line in the course of a few years.
Geologists attribute this strange phenom
enon to the fact that the basalt, which con
stitutes the bulk of the mountain, rests on
a substratum of conglomerate, or of soft
sandstone, which the deep, swift current of
the mighty river Is constantly wearing
away; or that this softer subrock is of itself
yielding, at great depths, to the enormous
weight of the harder material above.—As
torlan, May 7th.
HK MEANT TO KILL.
C. H. I.n riprre's Method of rutting ■
Sheriff's Keeper to Flight.
On the 10th day of last March C. H. La
Pierre opened a restaurant at 161 Ninth
street and two weeks later the place was
attached for a debt of 840 with costs and
the Sheriff put H. Boede in possession.
La Pierre denied the debt and tried to
regain possession of his restaurant, aud
about G o'clock last evening, armed with a
revolver, entered tlie place, frightened off a
boy v, ho was in charge at the time, and
thru looked around for Boede.
lie went to the bark door and observing
Boede in the yard called to him to come in.
The latter, suspecting nothing, entered and
La Pierre waited until lie came within four
feet of him and then fired. But Boede had
aeon the sheen of the weapon and dropped
to his knees in time to escape the ball,
which iirazi'ij.hi.s head.
lie tiii-n sprang to his feet and ran for his
life, closely pursued by his assailant; but
fear lent him wiugs mid lie escaped. La
Pierre was arrested and locked up in the
(Southern Police Station on a charge of
assault to murder.
DOROTHY Q.'S CHAT.
She Tells of People Who Are
Well Known in San Francisco.
Hew York on Wheels -May Day in the Em
fire City — A Pointer to Those Who
Want to Live Cheaply in Summer.
New York Special to TiikMurni.no Call.
New York, May c, 1800.— On tbe first day of
May "all New York is on wheels." It Is the gen
era) aiming day. Tlie Immense red wagons,
used chiefly lor carrying furniture, and UM pert
little expiess wagoos till Hit- streets, and house- '
hold goods and gods Hull along tlie steps and
sld< walk ready to be slowed away In the wagons. .
Tlie people wlio simply move from one house, to
another on the same street, wljlcti is quite cus
tomary, do most of the moving themselves, there
by economizing iv expressage and giving their
neighbors a tree eblertainnieut. 1 o see a gentle
manly looking "loid ol creation" wild a pile of
books under one arm and a squirming pug aog
under tbe oilier, nyiug vainly to Induce another
pug dog to come across Hie street 10 new quar
ters, Is especially funny to say lue least, wlieu
the cook, tbe waitress, the wife and a slreet
voluuteer are all "lending a baud," and succeed
In frightening tlie doc so thai he doesn't know
Ills friends from his foes, and obstinately refuses
to go to any oil- and lias a ptiveise desire to go
in the wioug direction. This Is in a civilized
locality. Only a Dickens could describe the an
nual begira of ihe inmates of tbe sliding tene
ment-houses on the Last bide. When your land
lady asks you point blank if you are going to
remain me summer, If not, she wishes "to adver
tise your room lor summer boarders, as eveiy
body moves the first of May," one begins to lake
a peisunal Interest in the geueral movement.
lleie's a truth for you, "a pointer"— to speak
in common parlance— lf you liave more brains
tn.iu inuuey and want to gel soinelblug else for
your money llun board. Come lv New Yuik in
Hie summer and be ibal favored mortal, "a sum
mer boarder." lie can almost name his own
price, lor tbe landlady la ouly too glad to gel
him. For Instance, 1 bad a room iv the Mill story
ola very nice private boaiding-house in a re
spectable locality (not "swell," but lv walking
distance ot swelldom), and In July the pi ice of
the room, with ice-water and four lung winding
flights of stairs Included, was $8 a week. In Oc
tober Ibis same room was worlb $14 a week,
and I wasn't worth any mote ibau I was In July.
THE OWHBBS OF THE SOMBER BBOWmTOITM
Aie boaidlug up their front doors and making
ready lo tile themselves away to other lauds auu
to the sea beach aud hillside.
Mr. F. W. Sharon has already gone to San
Francisco lor a short trie, ills elegant home on
Fifth avenue still has the hospitable air of Delug
inhabited, however.
It Is the custom of New Yorkers to barricade
tbe handsome entrances to their elegant homes
with gieat rough boaids when they leave the
city for tneir summer outings. The erlecl is as
dismal aud inhospitable as It is " uglifying," to
use a cood expressive woid from "Alice in Won
derland."
Miss Fanny Davis, well known In the musical
circles of .-an Jose as well as In San Francisco,
will leave for California about the last of June.
She has been studying vocal music a year with
Mine, capplani, and has made flattering prog
rets.
Miss .Nannie Craddock will soon leave for Cali
fornia with the Madison-square Company, and
her friends In Oakland and ban Fraucisco will
have the pleasure ot noting her ogress in the
histrionic ait.
Miss Katharine Grey, a young and pretty Call
forula girl, who has been with Augustlu Daly's*
Company, wilt soon go to San Francisco.
David Beiasco, who was a Califorulan once
upon a time, is working hard with De Mille on a
new play. Ills last play, "Chaiily Ball," Is a
marvelous success In New York, and the com
pany Is playing here unusually late In the season.
„ Charlie lieed, ban Francisco's Inimitable
favorite, sang himself into higher favor than ever
lv a new topical duet, "1 Should say So." Did
be do well? '• I Should Say So!"
Clara O'Brien from Baa Jose. Cal., Ii here
studying with Mansfield's Company.
.Edgar Keiley, who gained no small degree of !
local tame in ban Fiancisco as a composer ol
promise, is winning a recognized place
IS THE MLSICAL WORLD.
Michael Banner Is called "The Vounc Califor
nia Violinist," and the indications are thai Cali- ■
fornia will be proud to sbaie in his well-merited;
honors. /
Frank Johnson of W. T v Galeman & Co.^'that
was"— ls here for^ljjlef visit. " /.
Mrs. lleai si^-ime over from Washington to
represent: , .-.century Club of San Francisco at
. Hie Woman's Confederation of Clubs held here
last moutu.
One of the most successful readers of the win
ter Is Sarah Cowell le Aloyue. Sue stands pre
eminent as the liuest Interpreter of tbe poet
Brownlug, whom she knew personally. Her
friends aud admirer* In California will doubtless
remember tbe exquisite grace and naturalness
with which she read at me Hotel I'leasanton
two years ago. She has her face turned toward
London, where she has mauy friends. She read at
a reception given by the Duchess of Si. Albans,
among whose guests was the Prince of Wales. It
Is his privilege to talk through auy and every
performance, but be slopped to listen to our
American representative, who read only Amer
can selection*.
Not hast delightful aud cordial to Callfor
nlans is Mr. Noah Brooks, now of the .Newark
Daily Advertiser, formerly of the New York
Tribune. To the question, "Are you -a sure
enough' Califorman, Mr. Brooks?" be answored
with cheeiful responsiveness: "1 should think 1
was. lwastbeieln '56 and stayed until '65,
aud then went back and slaved until '71." lie
bas en so successful since his advent here that
be, of course, piefers to live iv this part of tbe
world, and Newark Isn't a bad place to live in.
"Handsome John Malone," formerly of San
Francisco, was one of the committee to enter
lain the ladles "ladies' day" at ibe l'layers' Club
on Shakespeare's birthday, lie was equal to the
occasion and didn't seem to mind entertaining
seven or eight ladies at once.
Upon leaving a house one afternoon at 6:30
o'clock I said lo the hostess: "(jood-eveuing."
She lespouded: "Good-morning." "She is an
unmistakable New Yorker," my companion re
marked. 'Ibe New Yoikers always say "good
morning" until the lamps are lighted.
The we.iiber is slully and uncomfortable. It
was 80° and more yesterday, and to-day It is
raining in warm, oppressive shower*; tbe shades
are falling and darkness gathers, but the lamps
are uol lighted— so "good-moruing."
Dorothy Q.
ARNOLD'S PEERS.
They Evidently Are Quito Dif
ficnlt to Obtain.
Slow progress is being made in the work
of securing a jury in the Arnold case.
Seventeen talesmen were examine i yester
day, but of the entire number but one
juror, C. K. Norton, wa9 obtained. This
exhausted the panel and court adjourned
until 10 o'clock this morning in order to
allow the County Clerk to draw forty more
names, returnable to-day.
The prosecution havu availed themselves
of I i^l.t of the ten peremptory challenges
allowed them, while the defense have
availed themselves of the same number.
■J lie latter are allowed twenty under the
law.
Thus far nine jurymen have been se
cured.
POLICE COMMISSIOSEKS.
ItFHlgnatton of a bereennt— Fined|for F..r-
Ctfulnegs.
At the weekly meeting of the Police Com
missioners last evening the principal busi
ness transacted was the acceptance of the
resignation of Sergeant Charles \V. Ar
mayer from the force, to take effect on the
Ist inst. The cause which induced the Ser
ceant to resign was failure of hia eyesight.
lie has served as one of the prison-keepers
at the Central Station for sixteen years, and
was one of the most popular officers con
nected with the prison.
Officer Charles O'Xeil of the Harbor Po
lice was fined $10 for forgetting to deliver a
note entrusted to his care by Captain Dun
leavy for Captain Douelass. CN'eil was
given the note on n Saturday and did not
deliver it until the following Monday.
To lc«cov«r on .1 ii.ltriiit-,, i^.
The following actions have been brought
in the Sui erior Court against Adolph Feist
and Abraham L. Frank to recover on judg
ments obtained in May, 1885, by the follow
ing named: Kalkner, Page & Co., $2b"27 25;
Denny, Poor & Co., $'J2ttt 80 ; Floyd Bros.
& Co., 52229 42; Loeb <fe Schoenfeld,
85592 88; Wheelwright & Eldridge, 813J8 18;
James W. Cooke & Co., $1037 01.
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1890-EIGrHT PAGES.
ACROSS THE BAY.
A Strike of Carpenters at East
Oakland Mills.
School Committees Appointed— Beth Israel's
Eakbi— Thomas A. Smith Chosen
Treasurer of Alame da.
All the union carpenters In the East Oakland
pUuiug mills went out on a strike yesteiday
inorulng. The liouble was not caused by tlie
eight-hour movement, for the proprietors ol the
null couceded the demand for less hours wh v
the movement went into effect ou May Ist. The
strike was caused by their Klusal lo discharge
nou-uulou carpenters, and as oue of the clauses
lv ihe constuuilon of the Oakland Carpenters'
Union piovldi s that Its members shall not work
iv the .same institution where noii-uniou men are
employed— lv vloiatlou of which a nue may be
Imposed ou il.t-m- Hi- y walked out, t>ome half
doses in number. They noiihed theli employers
last week of their Intended action, but no atten
tion was paid to It. Cue of the proprietors said
that the Strike would not affect them in the least,
fur there are plenty of "carpenters ready to work
lv the situations vacated. "This is a free coun
try," lie said, "aud I'll employ whomever I wish.
If union carpenters don't want to work here they
needn't. lam satisfied with the men I have aud
dv not propose to discharge them." Tho mill
men bad little lo say about what the probable
outcome of the tiouble would be. Ouly two or
ihiL-e uou-uulou men are employed In the mill.
BI'HOOL JiOAKJ> COMMITTEES.
At a meeting of the Oakland Board of Educa
tion last evening I'iesldrnl I lili anuouueed the
appointment of committees for the ensuing year
as follows:
Kuies aud Regulations— Chartrand, Marston,
Moigau.
Classification— Clement, Walcott, Sauborn.
School-houses aud biles— Fine, Sanboiu, Mars
ton.
Furniture and Supplies — Sauborn, Everett,
Cairiugton.
Hi_ii School— Morgan, Tarker. Clflment.
Evening Schools— l'arker, Fine, WalcolU
Finance— Evei ell, Clement, l'aiker.
Judiciaiy— CarriUKton, Cuailraud, Everelt.
Industrial Education— Marslon, Moigau, Char
tr.ind.
Observatory— Walcott, Carrlngton, Fine.
The young man, Charles I'allen, who entered
Ibe rooms of his fnend, J. Netiiercott, during me
absence ol the latter aud his wife, wasmuiieuced
lo five years in lolsuui by Judge Uibsou lor
burglary.
Six new cars for the Broadway and Twelfth
street line to East Oakland bate been completed
at Newaik and will soon be brought to Oakland.
Auditor Snow is still at work on me hist an
nual i. poi I ol the cily uuder the charter.
BEKKIKG AM I II hi: KABUL
The published statement mat the Congregation
Beth Israel of San lr.ii, Cisco has tendered a cull
lo ihe Key. M, s. Levy of the First Hebrew Cuu
giegation of Oaklaml to succeed the Uev. A. J.
Messing is oQlcially denied, aud ihe authorized
iiiiuouiicemeut giveu out is thai the only otlicUl
action in couueciiou with lilts all .Hi was thai the
IS'i.wi of Trustees of me congiegaliou luslrucled
its >teietaiy lo adveitise in Eastern Jewish
journals fora competent rabbi to succeed the
ICev. Dr. A. .1. Messing, who, after olncialiug in
the congiegaxion lor ueaily fourteen ye.ns, has
received a call fiom oue of me mosl Influential
cougit gallons iv Chicago. 111.
ihe luuernl of ihe tale Dr. I. J. Reilly took
place yesleiday from the Church of the Immacu
late Conception. J. J. \N hue, Lawrence Nol.m
and John Lynch acted as pall-beaiers Horn ihe
■Society of California I'loueera. of which tue de
ceasea was a member.
It Is Mated mat Uev. Dr. Strattoo has lecelved
a request to accept the position formerly held lv
au educational institution in Orasjon.
A veiy .successful lesl of ihe uew chemical
eugiue of Oakland was m.i.ie yesterday.
11KU CHAUGES W/KUE I'liuVEi'.
Last week Mis. Mary K. Kleinmlng sued Hob
ert t. i'ViMtiiug. the manager of the Sunset
Telephoue Company of O.ikUud. for a divoice,
audyeMerduy Die tilalwas had before Jmige
Gibson with open doors. Ihe charge ol Infi
delity was proven and the divorce grauted. The
plaintiff allowed the children to be left lv ihe
lather's care.
The inteiest of tbe Berkeley Land and Town
lmprovenirul Company iv the Berkeley Ferry
Whaif was sold yesterday 10 W. B. Heywood by
Sheriff Hule loi J4OUO to satisfy a judgmeul in
favor of J. B. Siminous.
Ii was expected thai the California Door Fac
tory would reiunie work yesterday, but It will
not start up till uext Mouday. l'lue lumber Is
arriving every day.
Kmilie Kiichlieiner h?s sued W. S. Moore and
others to recover ihe sum of Sim m aud foreclose
a mortgage on three lots iv Wesi Oaklaud.
CITY COUKCIL MEETING.
The City Council last eveulug passed the or
dinance appropriating $13,000 for me Third
Ward. A number of ordinances for codifying
were read and passed to print. The bond ordi
nance was also taken from the table and dis
cussed at considerable length. Consideration of
the bond aud water-rate ordinance was post
poned, and the Kentucky Company was giauled
a license to sell liquors.
The sentence of John Peterson of Lorln for
assaulting Mrs. Chrlstiue Johnson on ibe head
with a lump ot coal was a surprise to htm. Juilne
Urvene cave him three months In the County
Jail, which wan the limit.
The man who was run over on Saturday on the
narrow-gauge local track while Intoxicated was
ascertained yesterday to be Albert Schroder of
010 Sixth street, Oakland.
Mis. ScottSiddons will give readings in the
First Methodist Episcopal Church hers on
Thursday and Friday evenings.
Out of tbe 131 liquor-dealers whose licenses
expired ou the Till lust, nlneiy-lwo have paid the
fee.
Almneda, , -'~-~
The total cost of repa.! r !ag the roadway of
Webster street across the marsh was $2037 72.
The Harmony Social Club will give its anni
versary patty on the evening of the 28th inst.,
In Harmony Hall.
-> Eugene Duprey made himself offensive yester
day to several persons in the vicinity ol Bay
street Station, and was arrested for disturbance
of the peace.
Complaints are made that if the Fostotuce De
partment should order free-delivery system In
Alameda, one-half the letters could not be de
livered owing to the defective street numbering.
A man named G. Smith was arrested at the
West End yesterday for displaying a weapon.
He went Into Billy's Hotel, ou Webster street,
and asked for a drink, but the bar-keeper re
fused to accommodate him. He then drew a
pistol and thieatened to shoot the offender.
At the meeting of the City Trustees last even-
Ing Thomas A. Smith was appointed City Treas
urer to till the unexplred term, caused by the
death of N. W. l'almer. Mr. Smith Is an old
resident of Alameda, and was tb» first Town
Tieasurer, holding that office up to 187G, when
the late Mr. Falmer waa elected to succeed him.
A request was made that the City Attorney be
Instructed to represent the Board of Fire Dele
gates In the suit which Jacob lloeck bas brought
lo be sealed as a member of that board. After a
consideration ot the matter the TiuMees decided
that they bad no power to Instruct the City At
torney to represent the delegates. A communi
cation was received from the Alameda Improve
ment Association, suggesting the advisability of
chancing the name of Kings avenue to San
Antonio avenue, of which it Is a continuation,
and thai all streets which are duplicated In
name also be changed. This suggestion Is made
in view of the fact thai an application lor free
mail delivery in Alameda has been made, and
the piospecls are that It will be granted. The
association also petitioned that an ordinance be
adopted, requiring property-owners to keep free
from grass, weeds and rubbish me sidewalk and
street in from of their premises on Improved
streets. It did not appear lo thy Trustee* that
they had the. power to enforce such an ordi
nance, and no action was taken.
Berkeley.
The auction sale in North Berkeley was not a
great success. All the lots except two were sold,
but the prices lecelved were lew.
The Coast Range Athletic Club will probably
purchase a lot on Clinton street, below Shatluck.
avenue, on which to erect a gymnasium.
The carpenters are now all working eight
hours per day. Some contractors are paying the
same wages as Ihey did when the men were
v.,,11 lug nine hours, but most are paying 25
cents less per day.
Theie were 350 names on tbe supplement to
the Ureat Ueglsier. The owners of these names
have been registered during ihe past year. This
Increase signllies an Inciease iv population of
about 1750.
UiUbTISED THB ATTOKKEY.
A Witness Hni B.»veage on a Police Court
Frnctitiuner.
Arthur Salisbury was a witness in a case
of petty larceny last week when the ac
cused, John Mahoney, was acquitted by
Judge Xix, who stated that lie did not rely
od Salisbury's testimony against the young
defendant.
Attorney Ben F. Nnpthaly defended the
case -and in doing so accused Salisbury of
being a thief, stool plgeoo, etc., and implied
that he had been in the penitentiary. Salis
bury was so angry that he thereupon
threatened to chastise the attorney.
Yesterday ho carried his threat Into exe
cution, for he gave Napthaly three stunning
blows on the face and head in Judge Kix's
couiUroom. Officer Keynolds ran between
the men and placed Salisbury under arrest
for battery, disturbing the peace and vulgar
language. Napthaly returned his oppo
nent's blows, but escaped arrest.
I'iriiiytpriiili I'nluii.
The Presbyterian Ministerial Union held
its weekly meeting yesterday morning In
Calvary Church. Rev. A. W. Loomis, D.D.,
presiding. Among those present were Rev.
S. A. T. Lorkhart of Santa Baibara, H. C.
Mlnton of Han Jose, J. I. Bleb, Elders M.
g. Woodliams aud O. X Coe. Key. J. M.
Thompson spoke at length on the best
method of securing greater family piely
and Keys. Stewart, Banks, Lockhart,
Dickson, Smith, Fraser, Blaite and Klce
took part in the discussion. It will be re
newed at the next meeting. Steps were
taken to secure a preacher for the Sailors'
Home on the third Sunday of each, month
For StenliDc a Neirspiper.
H. W. Colwell, arrested on Sunday morn
ing by Officer Gould lor stealing a copy ol
The Call fiom the residence of Mr.
Davis, at 716 Polk street, was found guilty
of petty larceny yesterday by Police Judge
Xix, and will be sentenced to-Uay.
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5 A GAIN OP A POUND A DAY IN TH*
J CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME "ALL
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( SCOTT'S
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TO—^ —
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AND
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COMPOSED OF— —
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Containing; Barber-Shop, Library, Writ-
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UXDEi; THE AUSriCES OF
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WITH
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AKRIVE
Boston and New York, Saturday P. ft
NO CHANCE OF CARS.
This train offers special Inducement* for
comfort, luxury, and for ladies and fami-
lies traveling without escort.
Number of Passengers Limited.
TICKETS FOB SALE,
613 Market St, under Grand Hotel, 613
AND MUST BE PROCURED
OX OR BEFORE FRIDAY, MAY 16th.
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dwelling anil outbuildings: growing crop, with mar-
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all requirements are 1 filled if tlie medicine
force* unloading; of the bowels. A great
error. Medicine simply pnrgatlre, correct*
no morbid condition, consequently their use
Is followed by srreater cost(Yeneu. A rem-
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composed of tonic, alterative, cbrrt»ctiTe
and cart hart le properties. These are admir-
ably combined in JUr. Tutt's Liver PilU.
They will, in a short time, cure all the suf-
fering* that result from inactive bowels.
They give ton* to the Intestines, stimulate
the secretions, and correct iinperfret f ujio-
tional action of the stomach and liver.
Tutt's Liver PillS
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myai 14m To.ThSa*Wy
Sick Headache I
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l^7*ilir7TV E truss from liysppjisia.Q
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Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain in the Side, TOR-
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g BEECHAM'S PILLS"
ON A WEAK STOMACH.
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v!ll§rs*caJte in your neXt house-cle&fung-
SAPOLIO is a solid, handsome cake of house-cleaning soap,
which has no equal for all scouring purposes except the laundry.
To use it is to value it. What will SAPOLIO do? Why, it will
clean paint, make oil-cloths bright, and give the doors, tables and
shelves a new appearance. It will take the grease off the dishes
and off the pots and pans. You can scour. the knives and forks :
with it, and make the tin things shine brightly. The wash-basin, i
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OAKLAND
ADVERTISEMENTS.
WOODWARD & MERRILL,
i:i A I. ESTATE AUCTIONEERS,
903 BroiHlvray •'.'.". ."l."..'.V.; ..............Oakland
833 Montgomery str«.-t... San Francisco
H. M, MAILOCK m SON. Auctioneer*.
SATURDAY.
SATUKDAY MAY 17, 1890,
AT 3 O'CLOCK r. M., ON THE GROUNDS,
GRAND AUCTION SALE
The Grandest Opportunity of tbe Season,
**g\ BEAUTIFUL fg\
OU LOTS 60
In Oakland's Most Rapidly Growing Suburb
GOLDEN GATE!
Situated on San Pablo avenue and at the Junction
of San Fablo avenue cable and tbe Iterkeley local
trains to Baa Francisco, every half hour.
SUKELY A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT.
I iiumial Terras— (lnly one-fourth cash ;
oue-fourtli ill one year, one-fourth in two
yearn and one-fourth in three y< ars. In-
terest at 8 per cent per annum, payable
quarterly.
aySfud for particulars and lithograph Cata-
logues to WOOOWAKI) 4 MEKKILL,
902 liroadway, Oakland,
232 Montgomery st.,Xan Francisco. -
F. Boegel 4 Co., 232 Montgomery s t, s. it.
myll 13 15 IB 17
WILLIAM J. DINGEE.
Seal Estate Auctioneer,
460 AND 403 EIGHTH ST., OAKLAND.
. EASTON, ELDHIDQE 4 CO.,
613 Market Street ..Ban Francuco
SPECIAL CREDIT SALE
37 Centrally Located 37
BUILDING LOTS
On Fourteenth. Fifteenth, Wood and Willow sts.,
close to the Sixteenth-street and Point Stations,
-A.T AUCTION,
SATURDAY.
SATURDAY MAY 17, 1890
At 2 o'clock p.m., on the grounds,
. Corner of Fourteenth and Wood Streets.
Wood street Is macadamized and sewered; Four-
teenth, Willow and Fifteenth are graded, curbed
and sewtred.
The Sixteenth-street Railroad, which Is now being
converted Into a cable line, passes close by mis prop-
erty.
• It is convenient to schools and churches, and is
surrounded by good improvements.
The sash and d< or works aud the Wentworth Boot
and Shoe Fat-tory, already employing hundreds of
won, are located close to this property, which, with
the large saw works and other factories soon to be
located on the water front close to tnis property,
are sure to enhance the value of all adjacent prop-
erties.
The terms on which this property is offered bring
It within reach of all to secure a centrally located
building lot.
Do not fall to examine this property and attend
the sale.
Terms, only one-fifth cash ; balance In four equal
yearly payments, with Interest at 8 per cent per an-
num.
For catalogues and fnther particulars apply to
WILLIAM .1. iil\c.| .; ,
460 and MS Eighth. -i . . Oakland.
.. Or EASTON, KLDKIDOE * CO.,
618 Market St., San Francisco.
' my 6 8 11 13 IS 16 17 7t
E. P. VANDERCOOK & CO.
KINGSLAND TRACT!
ONE-ACRE LOTS!
GRAND SUBDIVISION AND SALE!
Ad Unusual Opportunity to Purchase an Acre
of Land for Investment, or Secure an
Elegant Location for a Horns.
THIS BEAUTIFUL' TRACT
Of land, comprising 84 acres, is situate on the north
side of tbe County Road, from Oakland to San
Leandro. about I mile east of Fru.tvale, lying be-
tween Central and Seminary avenues.
Tne average size or ttio acre lots Is 135:6x322
feet, and all lots have desirable frontages. Tne land
Is level and well drained, and la capable of pro-
ducing the best fruits of Alaineila County.
An abundance of water can be obtained from
wells, or from the water mains of the Cuutra Costa
Water Company, which pass thr tract.
Do not fall to see this property if you wish to buy-
QUICK COMMUNICATION.
Seminary I'ark Station, on the local 8. P. R. R., Is
but a short distance from the tract. From this station
Oakland la reached In 10 minutes and San Fran-
cisco In 45 minutes, by regular trains, commencing
at 6:45 a. m. and continuing throughout the day
until 6:20 »-. M.
These lots are offered at very low prices and on
very easy terms. Interest on deferred payments
only 7 per cent per annum.
You can secure .in acre of land In this charming
suburb land for the price of a cheap town lot and
enjoy most of the advantages of city life.
FINE CLIMATE! GOOD SOIL!
2- LEVEL LAND!
Low Prices ! Choice Location ! Easy Terms !
Conveyances will be furnished at any time at the
office or the agents. For maps, prices and further
particulars, apply to
E. P. VANDERCOOK & CO.,
458 Ninth Street, Oakland, Cal.
my 10 Ilia 15 17
MSURAj||||||i||AKY
if mumm^
r IRE aud Siili
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Suffering from tho effects of youthful errors, early
decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc., I will
send a valuable treatisa (sealed) containing mil
particulars for home cure. FREE of charge. A
splendid medical work : should lie read by every
man who Is nervonn and debilitated. ■ Address.
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apS d&wy ly '
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Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SPRING SUITS,
IN INDIA SILK AND SATEENS OF TIIE LATEST
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ED WRAPS, BLAZES JACKETS, BRETON JACK-
ETS, MOHAIR NEWMARKETS and CONNE-
M.VKAS. CHILDREN'S LINEN OLSTEBS and
KILT SUITS, call at
HODGE'S,
8, 10. 12 AND 14 FIFTH STREET.
Our line of BLOUSES Is unsurpassed in Quality
and price.
FLANNEL BLOUSES, with laced fronts and sailor
collars, 60c
JERSEY WAISTS, In all colors, with surah fronts,
tailor made, at Jl 75; sold elsewhere lor *»■_' 60.
A BARGAIN !
6 dozen ALL-WOOL CASHMERE BRAIDED JEK-
SEYS for 60c each.
CONFORMATION SUITS, complete, from $S up.
HODG-E'S
Cloak and Suit House,
8 TO 14 FIFTH STREET,
OPP. LINCOLN school.
Ban Francisco, Cal. Telephone 3055.
an 25 SnToTh tf
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Descriptive circulars sent on application to
any one sending their address and stamp.
KIRK WOOD HARD EUBBES CO., Murphy
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street, San Francisco.
Lady Agents wanted in every town.
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M. J. FLAVIN & CO.
Will offer WEDNESDAY, May 14th,
and until sold,
FIVE HUNDRED
SOO
ALL-WOOL ( asm >i | i; i A ND TWEED
SUITS, custom cut, linen stitched, at
Eight Dollars and Ninety Cents
$8.90
And will warrant the same good value
at from $14 50 to $17 50. With bat
very few exceptions
$8 90
Will this week purchase yon the best
suit of clothes for the price on earth.
An examination will prove out the fact.
REMEMBER,
We consider no sale complete until pur.
chaser is perfectly satisfied, and stand
readr at all times to refund money it
requested.
Eight Dollars and Ninety Cents
Will purchase for you this week a
FIFTEEN DOLLAR SUIT.
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THROUGH TO 25 ELLIS,
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LAST NIGHTS! LAST NIGHTS!
Farewell Matinee Saturday, May 17th.
Final Performance Sunday, May 18th.
LAST NIGHTS
Prof. Herrmann's Transatlantiqae YandeYilles
'New Acts, Specialties. Sons* an.l Dances.
Everything; New! Don't Fail to See
The Great Trewi-y, Our Own Gus Williams, John T.
Kelly. The riiiuuds, Ross and Kenton, Herr Tholeh,
Katie Seymour, Little Freddy, Eunice Vance, Gaiety
Dancers, The Athols. etc.
PI? rP,li',^l/ ETenln l 5 50c, 75c, *1, *1 50
X J-VXV7XilOlMatliiee-25c, 50c, 75c and $1 00
Monday, May 19th-One Week Only,
The Distinguished Actress,
KIIKA. In her successful play, JOSEPHINE.
Seats for RHEA'S engagement begins Thursday.
KRELIMU BROS Proprietors and Managers
*^s^. "magxificent 'pRODucTioyP
FATINITZA!
:^< FATINITZA!
IN PREPARATION^^ FATINITZA!
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: THE GONDOLIERS 1 : rr» >T- Vil
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Popular^Prices— 2sc_ar>d sOc.
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US. i. J. GOTTLOJt Manajer
I» LAST WEEK 3=»
-A. or the Eminent Young Actor,
IP" JOSEPH HAWORTH! J^
■*-* In Steele Mackaye's Masterpiece. ■*-■
._ _. INTEBPRKTKd H\
I*. MR. HAWORTH'S EFFICIENT XXI
jGI. COMPANY, Including .<&-
MISS LIZZIE KECHELLE. XT
A. "The Artistic Success or ./\_
XI the Season! " II
Matinee To-morrow (Wednesday) at 2.
Monday, May 19th,
W. H. CRANE in "THE SENATOR."
Seats on Sale Thursday.
M. B. LEAVITT Lessee and Proprietor-
J.J. (iOTTLOB Manager
( OMMENCIHG MONDAY EVENING, MAY 19.
MS, LEAVITT takes pleasure in announcing the
Engagement of MR. WILLIAM 1L
CRANE,
Aided by his Entire Company, direct from the
STAR THEATER, NEW YOIIK,
COMPRISING. ...
GEORGIE DREW BAKRYMOKK, LIZZIE HUDSON
COLLIER. MRS. AUGUSTA FOSTER. MISS
JANE STUART, MISS MAY A. PEN FIELD,
MESSRS. JAMES NEILL. K. D. FKATVLEy!
HENRY BERGMAN, GEORGE F. DE VERE.
WILLIAM HERBERT, HENRY BRAHAM AND
J. C. PADGETT,
Presenting a comedy illustrating social, political and
diplomatic life In Washington, entitled
rTHE~SENATOR 1
By DaTid D. Lloyd and Sydney Rosenfeld,
Under the direction of MB. JOSEI'H BROOKS.
The comedy will be presented with all the magnifi-
cent scenery and effects used during the
great ran In New York of
125 I ■ CONSECUTIVE I 185
128 I FEBFORMLANCE9 I 125
Scale of Pricks:
Orchestra and Dress (Balcony (admission). 7so
Circle *1 SO Gallery... 25c
Balcony (reserved). 1 OOlßoxes $10 and $12
The sale of seats begins on Thursday, May l&th, at
the Box Office of the theater.
NOTICE— During Mr. Crane's engagement there
will be no performances on Wednesday afternoons
or Sunday nights. Only matinees Saturday.
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ORPHEOM OPERA HOUSE.
Walter a- Mom Proprietors
Gdstav Walter. Manager
This Tuesday, Mar 13, 1890,
Terrific Success! Acknowledged the Best
Ever Seen!
The Funniest Entertainment on the Road.
A Musical Comedy by the Perry Bros. Combination.
The Great Dry Ucods Scene, CASH.
Wonderful Cast. Catchy Music, Pretty Oirls, Elegant
Wardrobe. New Scenery.
A Red Hair and a Whit* Ham:
The Funny Policeman. The Dancing Uackmen.
The Charming Salesladies.
FUN! FUN! FUN!
Admission 25c: reserved seats 50c.
MR. AND MRS. DREWS' DANCING ACAD- .-.j
cmy, 71 New Montgomery st— New ar- „£
rangements; tuition reduced; dancing learned v
at little cost: Gents exclusively (beginners), *A
Mondays, Wednesdays; Ladles (beginners), Tues-
days, Thursdays; soirees Saturday evenings; prlvats
lessons daily. deiltf
PICNICS AND EXCPRSIONS~
SAN FRANCISCO & NORTH PACIFIC RY.
The Donahue Broad-Gauce Koute.
COMMENCING MONDAY, May 12, 1890. and
until further notice, an extra train will be run on
week days between San Francisco and Santa Rosa i
at 9:20 a. it., arriving In Santa Rosa at 11:35 a. m.
Returning, leave Santa Rosa at 2:2& p. m., and ar-
rive In San Francisco at 4:40 r. M.
PETER J. McGLYNN. OenL Pas*, and Tkt. A t-
H. C. whiti.nci. General Manager. mvll 3t
GRATEFUL-COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA
BREAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and nutri-
tion, and by a careful application or the line prourr-
tles or well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided
our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev-
erage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills.
It is by the Judicious use of such articles at diet that
a constitution may be gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun-
dreds of subtle maladies are floating arotiud us ready
to attack wherever there Is a weak point. We' may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well
fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished
frame." — Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
only in half-pound tins, by Grocers, labelled thus:
james KITS A; CO., Homoeopathic « hem-
ists, London, England. mr9 SuTu ly
San Francisco Gaslight Company
GAS STOVE DEPARTMENT.
GAS STOVES FOR COOKING AND HEATING.
No C'liarie Made for Placing.
SHOWKOOM-SKCOND FLOOR.
GAS OFFICE-FIRST AND NATOMA STREETS
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THE CELEBRATED
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OF
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longstanding or recent cuet. Not only Is It the best,
batthe cheapest, ai ALL DBTJOUISTS Jell It for7s
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