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Precinct Clubs Preparing for Sat
List of Inspector! and Judges— Fighting for
the State Convention— Coleman's Be
So tar as reported to Democratic headquarters
up to a late bour last night the following bave
been elected Inspectors and judges tor tbe elec
tion to be beld on Saturday nlgbt for permanent
officers at tbe various precinct clubs:
First Precinct - Inspector, C. W. Kevin.
Judges— A. 1.. Hart, J. M. Martin.
Second Pi ecincl — Inspector, Charles Kaull
man. judges— D. Mullen, B. C. Hughes.
Fourth Preclnct-Insiiector. K. Cogan. Judges-
Enward Murphy. John Hurley,
Fifth Precinct— lnspector, J. Kavanagb.
Judges— (ianzhorn, Charles Duvan.
Sixth Precinct— lnspector, W. J. Courtney.
Judges— James McCaffrey, P. O'Neill.
Seventh Precinct— luspeclor, John Fitzgerald.
Judges— D. McKeuzie, E. Norton.
Second Precinct— luspeclor, J. Herbst.
Judges — J. Robinson, P. Brady.
mill Precinct— lnspector, John Connors.
Judges— P. 1 • Moyuahan, J. 11. Opensbaw.
hum Precinct— lnspector, U. E. Ackerman.
Judges— Burke, lienrge Green.
Seventh Precinct— lnspector, J. J. Cuslck.
Judges— William 1". Farren, Thomas Hardy.
Eighth Precinct— lnspector, A. Blaukman.
Judges— Browu, A. Norton.
THIKTV -FIBST DISTRICT.
Third Precinct — Inspector, David Wall,
Judges— S. Ueitz, B. Whllehea*.
Fouith Preciuct — Inspector, P. Stevens,
Judges— M. limes, J. J. Cunningham.
I'iiih Pieciuc— lnspector, T. J. Breuuan.
Juuges— J. Ayrey, William Sinltli.
Sixth Pi eel in i— Inspector, G. 11. Betger.
Judges— H. Klbbo, J. Palmer.
S'-venlh Precinct — Inspector, John Fay.
Judges— R. Pllbler. K. NoUrag.
Eighth Precinct— luspector, M. Kneels. Judges
— C. Bull, F. Ciough.
Till HTV SECOND DISTRICT.
Ninth Preciuct— lnspector, C. Sbimpt. Judges
— C. Milling, J. QuirK.
Teulb Precinct— lnspector, William K. Cartels.
Judges— William Manas, F. Ulrard.
First Precinct— lnspector, John Doyle. Judges
—John Wrixon, D. Kane.
Fourth Pi eclnct— lnspector, William Magner,
Judtes— J. F. Mahoney, J. F. Winters.
Sixth Precinct- Inspector, C. A. Keunlfl.
Judg.-s— U. Ma-cow, J. Watson.
Seventh I'iecinct — Inspector, J. J. Hailowln.
Judges-John W. Urlr, Charles Perkins.
Third Preciuct— lnspector, C. Deady. Judges—
M. B. At) ram*, L. C. Blown.
Filth Precinct— lnspector, J. B. Sweeney.
Judges — J. Dunn. E. Murphy.
Sixth Precinct— lnspector, G. 11. McNeil.
Judges— James Haley, T. W. Doyle.
First Precinct — Inspector, G. O*Brlder.
Judges— J. Ouobrane, B. McMulleu.
Filth Precinct— lnspector. William Burns.
Judges— John McDurinott. J. Colley.
sixth Precinct— luspector, W. Koen. Judges—
P. H. Shanly, M. F. Weyuewsky.
Ninth Precinct— lnspector, William Evans.
Judges— J. Qulnn, John Brown.
First Preciuct— luapector, A. J. Clark. Judges
— M. Cooper, A. W. Thompson.
Fourth Precinct— lnspector, F. A. Carpenter.
Judges— M.Filzpatnck, Charles King.
Fifth I'rectuct — Inspector, Charles Qulnn.
Judges-D. J. O'Brien, William McLean.
Sixth Precinct— lnspector, J. Plunkett. Judges
-P. J. Tuily, J. F. Uuinley.
Seventh Precinct— lnspector, T. W. Rellly.
Judges— T. Barry, P. J. Whalen.
EiKbiH Preciuct — Inspector, T. llrosnaa,
Judges— Jaiues Wboreiby, J. Corey.
Third Precinct — luspector, J. McCarthy.
Judges— P. H. Kerrigan, James Mltchel.
Sixth Precinct— lnspector, J. Rose. Judges—
E. Perry, J. Keeau.
S-veuth Precinct — Inspector, J. J. Scary.
Judges— B. F. ll.in'.ou, J. Dilscoll.
Eighth Precinct — luspector, P. McCabe.
Judges— T. Flynn, J. Burke.
Ninth Precinct — Inspector, T. Coyne Jr.
fudges— J. Crowley, E. Brennan.
Teulb Precinct— luspector, El Kelly. Judges—
O. Couroy, J. Bresliu.
First Precinct— lnspector, M. Flaherty. Judges
-J. Kenny, F. O'ltouitse.
Second Preciuct— luspector, A. Ehrett. Judges
—Charles Wright, Johu Guerlu.
Third Precinct— luspecior, E. jS. Brady
Judges-J. Kaluviile, K. Murphy.
Fourth Precinct — Inspector, M. Sheedy.
ludges— M. KeeiiKn, L. Harris.
llltb Precinct— lu«pecior, J. P. Sullivan
Judges— c. S. Anns, Joseph McArdle.
Third Precinct-Inspector. Jusb Davis. Judges
— H. ioik, E. foreman.
Fouith Piecluci— lnspector, P. J. Scully.
Judges— John Moran, L. Rosenthal.
Sixth Precinct-Inspector, William A. Carew.
Juukbs— John J. Callagban, M. Murphy.
Emhtb Fieclnct— Inspector. W. J. Brady.
Judges— William May. J. O'Toole.
Ninth Precinct — Inspector, J. McClosky.
Judges— T. E. Haley and M. Killiuer.
Second Precinct— lnspector, George Carter.
Judges— J. Flynn. T. O'Keefe.
FORTY-SECOND DISTRICT. Fsß
Second Precinct— lnspector, 8. B. English.
JuilK^s-T. Maguer, J. Finn.
Teulh Preciuct— lnspector, E. J. Hartley
Judges— J. J. McCormick, Charles H. Rodd.
Eleventh Preciuci— Inspector, M. M. Meberln.
Judges— J. Kenny, J. nicFadden.
Second Precinct— lunpector, William J. Gal
lagher. Judges— Ed Wilson, C. Klordan.
Fifth Preciuct — Inspector, Charles Cram
Judges— F. Clement, S. Podislo.
Eighth Precinct— lnspector, J. P. O'Brien
Judges— P. Highland, D. Rlley.
First Precinct — Inspector, J. J. Lebaney.
Judges— P. McDonald, William D. Casey.
Second Precinct— lnspector, James Carter.
Juan's— A. S. Buck, E. Drishroan. ";
'iiiiid Precinct — Inspector, • J. tremler
Judges-a Wi!liajM,i\O I Kourkje. -- trßm"'f
,*'"" »^e«jfct- Inspector, P. J. Ward.
Ju<Jjj»3*<ffj. Welch, J. Sullivan.
,— --^ FORTY-FIFTH DISTRICT.
Fifth Pieciuct-luspector. J. liooney. Judges
— J. B. Gordon, J. PoiUey.
Sixth Precinct-Inspector, M. Fenaell. Judges
— S. E. K-uuard, Y. O. Schuster.
Seveuth Precinct— lnspector, C. M. Lynch
Judges— J. Ituiiei ty, M. McQuade.
First Precinct — Inspector, J. McDermott.
Judges— A. Dillon, J. Sullivan.
second Precinct — Inspector, C. J. Curtin
Judges— George O'Neill, George Green
Third Precinct— lnspector, M. Garraty. Judges
—L. J. Malou, T. Macaullffe.
Fifib Precinct— lnspector, T. GaSney. Judges
—James Dlxon, J. T. Monaghan.
Sixth Precinct— lnspector, T. Cannon. Judees
— J. Qulglev, Hugh Cannon.
Eighth Preeluct — Inspector, H. Begulne.
Judges— Priest, William Conroy.
Sixth Preeluct— lnspector, J. J. Pine. Judges
-J. E. Welcn, H. K. Canoeil - s
Third Precinct, Inspector. J. Kane. . Judges-
T. Burns, it. Adamsoo.
Seventh Precluet — Inspector, M, Tiernan.
Judges-!. Woods, P. HarlVn.
COLE VI AN DELAYED.
An Accident to His Train Prevents Hit
Arrival on Time.
James V. Coleman, whose tender little guber
natorial boomlet Is being carefully nursed by the
lroquols Club lest It die of Inanition, was ex
pected to arrive In the city last night, and
arrangements bad been made to give him a re
ception. A number of his fellow-braves, ac
companied by a brass baud, were at the ferry
landing to meet him, and the thought of his
coming was intermingled with visions of flying
corks aud sizzling champagne. But the chieftain
that they longed for never came and tbe vision
save way to au Inward wail of despair.
The train bearing the would-be Governor It
was announced by a telegram from J. J. Flyuu to
John Farley, was derailed above Sulsun and
would not arrive until morning.
This settled It aud the palmed braves returned
to their wigwams to coudote witb each other as
best they could.
WUICIi SHALL IT BET
Bin Jose and Sncrnineuto Boiii Want the
On Tuesday next the Democratic State Central
Committee will meet In this city to decide upon
tne time and place for the holding of the coming
State Convention. In the meantime a quiet light
Is being waged between the rival cities of Sacra
mento and San Jose, Representatives of both
places are actively at woik and ibe struggle
promises to be a bitter one. Sacramento claims
- that there was an implied promise a year a K o
that this convention should be held In that city,
but Ibis the Santa Clara people deny, and In Una
are backed by a number of those from Sao Fran
■ - Just what the outcome of the fight will be Is
bard to conjecture at present.
The San Francisco High License Association
lias been organized with the following officers:
President, Joseph G. Kastland; Vice-Presidents
A. S. Uallldle aud Louis 11. Boueslell; Treas
urer, Joseph A. Donoboe; Secretary, F. B.
Pei kin*. The association proposes to do active
work during tbe cumiug campaign. Its object be
ing to secure the passage of a high-llceuse ordi
nance (or this city. An appeal to citizens has
been pi •pared aud will be Issued at an early date.
• Tonne Men's Democratic Learns.
At a meeting last nlgbt of tbe Young Men's ■
Democratic League at 207 Sutter street Emll
Pottll read a paper advocating the election of
United States Senators by popular vote. The
league resolved specially to advocate the Aus
tralian ballot system during the campaign, and
' to tbat cud appointed a committee conslstlug of
Charles J. Swift, James G. M.iguire, T. F. Barry,
. Abbott Klnny and S. K. Model to draft a bill and
- . - Norili Fo Dt Hub.
The North Point Club met at their ball last
Dlgbt, Thomas Tierney In chair. An Execu
tive Committee was appointed as follows: Will
lam F. Coiiehllu, John Doyle, John Brady,
Jiobert E. Hunter, Julin Wrlxson. Remarks
were made William F. Cough Ha. 14. E. Hunter
and others. ; -'■'•■"''■«' J — ''•"'*■■ ■■■' .
Carrah r B-coT<ra Dim«i«i.
A jury in Judge Hunt's department yoj
terday rendered n verdict for the plaintiff
iv the case of Michael Carrahar against tlie
San FraucUco bridge Company, wherein
damages were asked for injuries received
by being run over by one of the company's
construction trains ou the sea-wall. The
damages were assessed at 51853.
LENA LOTTJI'S DEATH.
The Cliemist Discorers Traces
of Arsenic in Her Stomach.
The mystery surrounding the case of
Lena Lutlji, the girl who died rather sud
denly- at her home at 3 Church place Sun
day morning, was deepened last night by
the announcement of Dr. Johnson, who
made an analysis of the contents of her
stomach, lie informed the Coroner he
found traces of arsenic in the stomach. It
was previously maintained by some of her
relatives that she died a natural death, but
the discovery of the chemist puts another
phase on tho cause of the ending of her
The idea of suicide was scouted by cer
tain members in her family, aud the ques
tion now puzzling the authorities is how to
account for the presence of the poison, The
bakery woman who employed Lena says
when the girl left for home .Saturday night
she seemed to be in a very happy frame of
mind, and appeared from her actions
to be the last person in the world
who would be contemplating suicide.
About 3 o'clock Sunday morning
she aroused the household by her
moans, and when spoken to complained
of intense pains in tbe stomach. She died
two hours later.
Said a prominent police official last night,
who desired his name to be withheld until
after the inquest: "There are certain facts
connected with this CHae that lead me to
think there la aome underhand work linked
with the girl's death. One of her elder
brothers, who is about 24 years old, is a
shiftless idler, who spends what money he
can obtain in drink. lie has been known
to frequently beat both his sis
ter and mother cruelly. Some time
since the mother became very ill,
and it was fenred she would die. The son
at the time endeavored to obtain possession
of the cottage in which the family lived.
Some neighbors heard of bis actions and
induced Mrs. Lottji to deed the property to
her daughter. None of the facts of the case
point to suicide, yet arsenic has been found
in her stomach. She owned property, mid
others might have been benefited by her
Tlie police will investigate the case thor
oughly, but will wait until tbe inquest is
held this afternoon before taking any
THE STATE'S MOBTALITY.
One Hundred and fifty Cases of Small
* Pox nt Las Crucei.
According to the monthly report of the
State Board of Health the number of de
cedents for April was 1037, or an average
annual mortality of fifteen per thousand.
This It a marked decrease from the rate of
the preceding three months, and indicates a
decidedly favorable condition of health
throughout the State. The leading causes
of death were: Consumption 178, bronchitis
50, diphtheria 27, scarlet fever 3, dysentery
6, measles 13, heart disease 83, alcoholism 7,
cerebro-splual fever 17.
In connection with the zymotic affections,
the report regrets that the example of Min
nesota is not followed in this State. There
the law requires the Health Officer In the
month of May, or oftener, each year to
make a thorough sanitary inspection of each
city and town under his jurisdiction. This
gives the Health Officer a complete knowl
edge of the sanitary condition of the State,
ana in case of an outbreak of a disease be
is in a position to Know Its probable cause
and to take the best means to suppress it.
In regard to small-pox no cases have yet
appeared in California this year. Accord
ing to a report of Sanitary Officer J. P.
Booth at Needles the disease is prevalent
iv Las Cruces, >'. ilex., where there are 150
cases. As this town is on the line of the
Santa l-'e Railroad the disease may come by
way of Vuma. The State board recom
mends all those who (are not vaccinated to
be inoculated at once.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY.
N iniiiiri » Draining His Principal Prize* iv
the May Distribution.
The following numbers drew the principal
prizes at the regular monthly drawing of the
Louisiana State Lottery at New Orleans yester
day: No. 45,350, capital prize, $300,000. sold In
New York, Washington, Boston, Chicago, and
Oweusboio, Ky. ; No. 30,825, second prize,
$100,000, sold 111 Boston; 35,287, third prize,
$60,000, sold In New York, Boston. Dallas and
Havana; 62,647, fouith prize. $25,000, sold In
New Oi lrani, New York, (irand Rapids, i;ai
veston and Montreal; 30,787, 78,561, $10,000
each; 24,692, 27,689, 52.774, 04,948, 85,505,
$5000 each. The following numbers each drew
|1000: 6662, 6676. 8465, 14.380. 18,117,
21,360, 23,153, 23,249. 41,694, 42,674, 47,746,
49,991, 52.436, 66,598, 58,407, 58,942, 62,459,
62.788, 63,126. 70.047. 70,484, 73,089, 88,368.
Remember that me payment of all prizes Is
euaiauteed by lour natloual banks in New Or
leans, and the tickets are signed by the Fresl
deut of an Institution whose chartered rights are
recognized in the highest courts; therefore, be
ware of any Imitations or anonymous schemes.
M. J. Miinasse, a Napa tanner, catne to
E. J. Wilson, the banker, arrived from
. Ex-State Se:utor Fred Cox of Sacramento
i! lit "Ac Occidental.
H. J. Palmer, a rancher of Woodland, la
a guest at the Grand.
A. E. Allen, a rancher of Monterey, is
registered at the Lick.
C. F. Burns, the Cazadero hotel man, U
domiciled at the Grand.
A. J. Stenilfr, a stockman of Sacramento,
catue down last evening.
W. P. 'I'rnxbury, a grain-dealer of Traver,
is in the city on business.
Dr. A. E. Osborn, a physician of Santa
Clara, in staying at the Grand.
C. J. Sharon, a mining superintendent of
Virginia City, Nev., is in the city.
Martiu Manasse, a hardware dealer of
Red Bl i.'f, is at s downtown hotel.
Bernard Peyton, Presiden of the Santa
Cruz Powder Works, is at the Palace.
Drury Melone of Oak Knoll is in town in
the interest of his vineyard property.
J. A. Clayton, a capitalist of San Jose,
placed his name on the Lick register yester
Charles McNab of Seattle is visiting hij
brother. Gavin McNab. assistant mauager
of the Occidental.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Hoitt has recently appointed Joseph Pente
cost of this city to fill a clerkship made
vacant by the death of 11. A. Mosbs.
J. 11. Woodard, General Agent of the
Wabash Westnrn Kailway in this city, will
leave on the 28th inst. for Licking County,
Ohio, the scenes of vis early struggles.
Mr. Kingston G. Linnard, Inspector of
the Mutual lit-nerit Life Association of
Amerira, is in the city and is the guest of
Major F. T. Bennett, manager of the associ
W. P. Fuller of Whitter & Fuller is con
fined to his home by a severe bleeding at
tlie nose, caused by a bursting blood-vessel,
lie is improving but will be confined to the
honse for some time.
Thomas M. Dawson, United Slates Con
sul at Newcastle, N. S. W., is at tho Palace
on his w»y to Washington, lie has been in
the consular service for twelve years and
this is his first visit to America in that
Clerk Warren of the Palace has received
a note from Lachryma Montis, Sonoma,
?aying that the widow of tlie lute General
M. G. VHllejo has had a severe attack of
rheumatism from which she is rapidly re
Attorney James L. Crittenden met with
a severe injury in Oakland last Sunday,
lie hail dismounted from his horse when
the animal becamo frightened, and turning
suddenly threw Mr. Crittenden down with
such force as to strain tho ligaments of his
Rev. Samuel B. Barnltz, Secretary of the
Board of Uouie Missions of the Lutheran
Church, is in the city visiting tlie missions.
He will preach the dedication sermon of
the new church of that sect ou Guary street,
near Gotigh, and will this evening lecture
there on " Twenty Years' Experience in
City Missions. "
Dr. Murpby'e theory that the offspring of
a white and a negro produces a robust and
intelligent being has had its fulfillment in
the person of Senor Lucurius G'jmecho
whose mother is a Hottentot and father a
Mexican aboriginal of the tribe of Auabuac.
Senor Gomecho is a man of learning, whose
chief distinction has Deen in literature. He
is the author of the dramas entitled "Via
Plateros " and " Vir Elapus," and is about
to visit this city.
District Attorney Page filed the follow
ing informations yesterday in the Superior
Court: David Ptsrcival,forgery; IlowJlng
alias Yoye Jing, murder; Frank J. Reagan,
grand larceny; Thomas Brady, may tie in ;
George Hurbert, William Eatwell, Joseph
Kane, Edward Storm and J. B. Reed, bur
glary. ■■ • ■ < ■ -- ■ .
John iii-nry pleaded with Annella,
And all his passion tried to tell her. "
She said, John H., your wor*li-you waste.
You teeth betray a want of taste,
Your breath offends me. bo I say,
Vie SOZODONT or stay away." .
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY, MAY U, 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
ACROSS THE BAY.
Non-Partisans Carried the Day
Church's Wife Wants Support— The Act of a
Drunken Han — Overhauling Biver
Steamers at the Yards.
Tbe trial of the suit of Mrs. Mary J. Donovan
against her mother, Mrs. Josepbiae Green-Buyer,
was begun yesterday before Judge Gibson. The
suit is for a piano, pictures aud bric-a-brac which
Mrs. Donovan claims were given to her, but
wbtcb bar mother refuses to give up. Tbe piano
she testified was given to her fourteen years ago
by ber father, the late Dr. Green, upon her birth
day. A picture of him she claims ber mother
guve to her on tbe day of ber marriage. A por
trait of ber mother wbich sbe claimed sbe testi
fied was given to ber husband, Mr. Douovao, by
Tbe defense moved to strike out the demand
for tbe picture ot Mrs. Boyer, as she could not re
cover it on her complaint II it was given to her
husband, because be must sne (or it. Judge Gib
son remaiked that It would be a iiecullar suit—
tbat of a man suing fur a picture of bis mother
ln-lftw. Mrs. Boyer married a young man about
the age of her son and evaaed service of the sum
mons tor four months, although living In Oak
Frank L. Fischer, the Sacramento-street (Sau
Francisco), printer who recently went through
Insolvency, was arrested last eveutngat bis home
in OaKlaud on a warraut charging him with ob
taining money uuder false preteuses.
The Oaklaud Woman's Christian Temperance
Union has adopted a resolution by a standing
vote ihaukitig tbe City Council for refusing a
iicouie lo Koeulg, al Twcuiy-third avenue.
CHI'KCH'S FIFTH WIFE.
The latest wile of John Heury Church Sr., who
was bis liitli victim at the matrimonial altar, is
Catuellna lstdoro Pico Church, a descendant of
the old Alcalde and Governor, and she brought
suit yesterday tor maintenance and support.
She sets forth his brutal aud disgusting conduct
during the short tune she endured life with him,
commencing wiili the very day of her marrlaue,
and states that she has no money, but that tit:
bas an income of $1000 p-r moDtb. About two
months ago a suit lor divorce was dismissed by
in', because sbe bad Dot the ."Beans to prosecute It.
The work of overhauling Ujo river steamer
Herald at the West Oakland yards it progress
lug. The work Is being rushed through in order
that the Apache and Modoc may be overhauled
before the river becomes so low that larger ves
sels oanuot be used lv their place*.
'I lie annual account ol Mrs. I'licßbe Blair, ad
ministratrix of the Walter Blair estate, has been
filed, showing receipts during the year of $48,
--691 62. During the same period claims Lave
been allowed amounting to $60,642.
A. Hill SHIS MAN'S ACT.
An lutoxicaied man laid down on the track at
the Sixteenth-street depot yesterday In front of
the Los Angeles express us It approached from
the pier, but the engine was stopped In time.
Several section men went toward Him about the
•ante lime to remove him from the track, but If
Hit engine bad not stopped he would have bean
run over before they could have rescued him,
He tried to repeat tbe effort on tbe track of the
Berkeley local, but was prevented ana sent to
the lock-up, where be gave ibe Dame of Jobu
wo trains were required to carry the employes
of ibe railroad company to tbe picolo at Sunol
yesterday. There were fifteen cars In each train,
aud every car was full. Some were disappointed)
because they were unable to find accommoda
tions, and not a few buug on the platforms.
Key. Dr. Miattou has written a loiter In answer
to Warren Olney's view of tt><> Mills College
trouble, and replies to the charges and exposes
the Inwardness of them.
Tbe salary of tbe Secretary of the Board of
Health bas been fixed at 125 per month.
CONCERNING THE TKACHF.RB.
At the meeting of the Oakland Board of Educa
tion a resolution was introduces by Director
I'aiker. reciting tbat the new charter abolishes
the annual election of teachers, and that all
regular teachers elected since the adoption of
the charter are subject to removal only under
the Political Code, and tbat no teacher snail be
elected to a permanent position who has not
served, to the satisfaction of the board, for tbe
period of six months as a probationary teacher.
At the meeting of the Directors ot lie Home
tor the Adult Blind it was reported that 14,540
brooms had been sold during April, The Super
intendent reiort-o the new dormitory finished
and suggested that ten rooms be furnished. The
amount of goods received during the mouth was
Florence C. Hlgley was granted an annulment
Of the marriage entered Into with John A. lilgley
In February, 1887. It was ascertained tbat Dig-
Icy had a former wife living.
John Curtis, a coal-dealer, filed bis petition In
Insolvency yesterday; liabilities, $3270; do
Tbe condition of Constable Korris Is quite low
and considerable apprehension Is felt over bis
The young ladles of the Alameda Flower Mis
sion will give a rose fair on the evenings of the
22d and 23d last. In Blinding Hall.
T. (i. Daniels of ilia Argus will leave to-mor
row on a visit to the Eastern States, lie expects
to be gone for one month.
A young Swede named Jensen was sentenced
to serve 100 days in tbe County Jail tor Improper
conduct in tbe presence ol some KirU at the
Graham Smith, who was arrested last Monday
for exhibiting a deadly weapon, was released
yesterday on $50 ball furnished by K. T. Mane).
lbs special committee of the Alameda Irs-'
proyement Association appointed to consider the
project of a children's playground la Alameii*
bas discussed the matter thoroughly, and a re
port will be presented at tbe next meeting, when
the means necessary to. obtain tbe grounds will
be suggested. 7
Alameda bas bad bur, two Treasurers since Its
nisi Incorporation over twenty years ago. The
nrst was Thomas A. Smith, who held office until
1876, wbeu be was succeeded by R. W. Palmer,
now deceased. Mr. Smith Is again filling tba
ofUce, bavins been appointed to fill the unex
plred term of Mr. l'almer.
No Intoxicated persons were seen on tbe streets
on election day.
Judge Little states that he will bold tbe office
of Justice of the Peace until tbe general election
Id November, lie bas consulted several attor
neys, who are of tbe opinion tbat he bas as
much right to bold tbe ol&ce at ibe justice of the
The new method ot counting ballots was tried
on Monday evening in the eastern end of town.
Registrar smiley of San Francisco was in town
and explained the method. It worked to perfec
tion, and although East Berkeley polled 407
votes aud West Berkeley 345, the former were
all counted bait au bour before the latter.
Tii-- result of the election was a victory for
the NoD-Partisan ticket throughout as follows:
Trustees— Reub<-n Klckard aud Samuel Hey
wood; School Directors— Cbauncey (lames and
G. A.schuster; Marshal, George Schmidt; Clerk,
C. H. Spear (Incumbent); Treasurer, Thomas
Harm (incumbent); Assessor, £. J. Stewart; Jus
tices of the Peace— William T. Welcker and
Richard Lloyd. All tbe new officers are well
known, ana Berkeley people feel that tbe ticket
Is one of ibe best chosen In some years. Mr.
Kickard is a mining man; Mr. Hey wood Is In
terested Id lumber matters; Mr. Uaiues It an
Oakland banker; Mr. Schuster runs a planing
mill; Mr. Schmidt Is a real estate dealer; Mr.
Spear is a druggist; Mr. Haun Is a butcher; Mr.
Stewart Is a real estate man, a sob of Colonel
Joseph Stewart, a retired army officer; Mr.
Welcker was mice a professor In tbe University
and later was Slate Superintendent of Public In
struction; Mr. Lloyd bas been Justice for sev
eral years. West Berkeley Precinct voted al
most solid, and therefore elected the officers' of
its choice. East Berkeley was very evenly di
vided on all propositions, the candidates on tbe
Indep'-ndent Tax-payers' ticket receiving the
majority of tbe vote*, bowever, with the excep
tion of Assessor. The students showed a large
vote, 69 of their tickets having been polled.
A floral ana musical entertainment, under the
patronage of the Ladles' Aid Society, will be
Riven on Thuisday, Friday and Saturday even
ings in Odd Fellows' Hall. The floral designs
will be unique and artistic, aiming lo represent
the flora of Berkeley, and every variety of flower
and leaf which grows In Berkeley will be
wrought Into flags, ships, anchors, stars, harps,
bouses and many other devices. The entertain
ment to-morrow evening will consist of vocal
aud instrumental mu«lc by local talent, assisted
by special soloists from Oakland. The musical
aud literary entertainment on Friday evening
will be under the direction of Professor d'Es
trella of|the Blind »nd Deaf and Dumb Asylum
The blind will furnish all the music and
tbe deaf all the recitations and readings: On
Saturday evening tho " musical family" from
West Berkeley, lately from England, will lead
in several overtures, followed by violin solos and
Very V.-.e-y. . K . In Fact.
The members of tlie defunct "Zig-Zag"
Company, which stranded at Sacramento a
few days ago, have been given employment
by the various theaters of this city to en
able them to raise a sufficient sum to de
fray their expenses to the East. Mean
while their ex-manager is lying low and
cannot be found.
A Brutal Father.
Patrick McLoughlin was arrested yester
day on a -charge of battery. He Is a boiler
Fair white hands. •
Bright clear complexion
Soft healthful skin.
"PEARS -The Great .English. CompleiJoo SOAP.-Sold Everywhere^
maker by trade, and lives on Folsorn street,
near First. He is said to have frequently
been in trouble for beating his wife, who is
a cripple, and barely able to inovo about the
house. Yesterday it seems he beat and
abused her and his family of four small
childreu, for which she had him placed be
hind the prison bars.
THEIR GRAND COUNCIL.
Tbe Y. M. I. Begin Well for the
The Sub-Committee on Finance ol tbe
Committee of Arrangements for the sixth
Grand Council ol the Young Men's Institute,
to be held in this city August Uh, 6th, 6th and
7th, met yesterday in institute headquarters,
Flood Building, to take steps toward or o
curing the necessary funds for carrying out
the details of the Grand Council.
L. Y. Merle, Chairman of the committee,
reported having waited upon h s Grace
Archbishop Riordaa and received a hand
some contribution. Other members of the
committee also reported that they had se
cured large sums and were meeting with
Keports were also heard from the repre
sentatives of the city institutes. It was es
timated tbat the contributions would
amount to over S3BOO. The following
amounts were promised from the institutes:
No. 1, $500; No. 3, SSX); No. 4, 530O; No. 7,
$500: No. a 2, §100; No. 34, 5100; No. 35,
JjtiOO; No. 50, »100; No. 54, $1UO; No. 55,
|2SO; No. 03, S100; No. 78, $100; No. 74,
S100; No. 77, 850: No. 78, §50; No. 84, §100;
No. 89, $250: No. 109, $150.
L. \. Merle and J. J. O'Brien were ap
pointed a committee of two to wait upon
D. C. Nealon and M. Nunan were ap
pointed to wait upon the brewers.
Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Harrington and Jen
nings were appointed to wait upon the
bauk3, bankers and insurance offices.
J. J. McDade, Martin Fleming, Hon.
J. F. Sullivan, Father Cottle ana L. V.
Merle were appointed to wait upon tbe
wealthy families of the city and request
The Committee on Parade also met and
decided to hold v grand parade on Monday
ni. ■ruing, August 4th, the first day of tlie
session of the Grand Council.
The Committee on Entertainment also
met and ducided to hold an entertainment
on the evening of the first day of the ses
sion, at which professional talent will ap
pear. They also decided to hold a grand
ball in the Mechanics' Pavilion, the music
to be furnished by a band of eighty-five
Its .11 cm hi Meeting and tbe Election of
The British Benevolent Society held its
stated meeting yesterday at its rooms at 531
This society, incorporated in 1863 for tlje
purpose of affording temporary relief: to
worthy sick and destitute persons born in >
Qreat Britain and Ireland or In any of the
British colonies or possessions, irrespective
of race, color or creed, has up to the present
time afforded relief to 50,689 persons. In
accomplishing this work the society has
disbursed a total of $60,770 50, expended In
providing the necessaries of life, medical
comforts, clothing, procuring employment
and assisting thote in bad health to return
to their friends and families.
The reading of the report of the Board of
Relief showed that during the month of
April 170 persons had applied for relief, of
which forty-one had previously applied,
and 129 men had applied for the first time.
The sum of $67 10 had been expended on
worthy applicants as follows; Meal tickets,
groceries and coal for families, fare and
transportation, medicines, etc. The Treas
urer's annual report showed that during
the past year $157:! 50 had been expended
for charitable purposes.
After the reading of reports the members
proceeded to the election of officers for the
ensuing year, with the following result i
J. H. Dobinson, President; William Dixey.
First Vioe-President; J. H. Wallls, Second
President; Percy Beamish, Treasurer
Board of Directors— J. Norton, David Pot
ter, D. lirown, 11. Uawthorne and Jamea
iiennett; Board of Relief— D. B. brown, B.
Jacobs, J. Marsh, J. Boyes, B. iiealey, J.
Andre, S. Dickinson Board of Physicians
—Dr. G. B. McLay, Dr. J. J. Clarke, Dr. F.
A vote of thanks was tendered to the re
tiring board of officers, after which the
Secretary made the announcement that
tickets for the picnic on the 21th inst.
would entitle holders to admission to the
grounds only, and would not be good, as
heretofore, for transportation.
POINT LOBOS AVENUE.
Flam for the Sever With ta Outlet to
The regular bi-monthly meeting of the
Point Lobo« Avenue Improvement Club
was iielfi last evening at Vorrath's Hall,
corner of Point Lobos and Johnson
avenues, L. G. McAiullin, Vice-President,
In tbe chair.
George Fletcher, who was one of a com
mittee to visit the City and County Sur
veyor and see about the sewer survey, re
ported that the Surveyor had completed
the plans for the outlet of the sewer, and
that the plans for llinsauie between Twelfth
and Twenty-fourth avenues would be
banded to the Park Commissioners iv a day
or so. He also moved that the matter of
the sewer be placed in tbe hands of tbe
Executive Committee to push as last as they
saw fit. It was so ordered.
Mr. Figel reported for the Executive Com
mittee that tbe Chief of Police would put
two or more men in that district as soon as
he had them to spare, and would also make
arrangements for a station, for the men in
The work of grading the avenue Is being
pushed as rapidly as possible, and now tbe
street is in an almost Impassable condition.
HIS FIRST SENTENCE.
Wifi— r.eairr Flannery Fnnlahed, but lilt
Trouble Only Baglm.
Michael Flannery, who beat his wife and
assaulted a police officer who went to arrest
him, Monday afternoon, on a warrant
sworn out by Mm. Flannery, was sentenced
yesterday by Police Judge Xix to sixty days'
Imprisonment in the County Jail fur bat
tery. This constituted the fellow's punish
ment for bis brutality to his wife; hut he
will have to answer to a charge of assault
to murder for throwing Policeman Kankin
over the balcony of his house, and injuring
him seriously. Flannery is said to stand h
good chance of going to tbe State Prison
for some time.
« >nuKbtcni'» Trial for Murder.
The trial of John F. Naughton for killing
Marcus M. Herr on Februar 3d was not re
sumed yesterday, owing to the death of M
C. Hillyer, brotber-in-law of Eugene N
Deuprey, couusel for the accused. Judge
Finn stated that he thought it proper in
view of tins fact to grant a continuance of
A Sadden Death.
James O'Shaughnessy, a bartender, wai
found dead iv his bed yesterday morning at
316 Fourth street, from hemorrhage of the
lung*. His body was removed to the
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It soothes the child, sottens the gums, allays all pain
relletes wind, regulates the bowels, and Is the best
known remedy for diarrhea, whether arising from
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THE Thhoat. — "Brown** Bronchial TrocTte*" act
directly ou the organs of the voice. They have an
extraordinary effect in all disorders of the Throat.
tiprakert and Singert find the Troches useful.
The Sharon Divorce.
Judge Shatter, upon demand of the
Sharon heirs, yesterday set the divorce suit
of Sarah Althea Terry for retrial on next
■ -■ MISCELLANEOUS.
The Btory is told of a German, who took tha
hand* of hii clock to the maker to havo them
fixed, because they did not keep proper Urn*.
Of course, the clock •maker demanded tha
worki, as in them lay tho trouble. Bolls and
blotches, pimples and other eruptions on tha
exterior tell of a disordered condition of the
Mood within. If you hare these Indications.
be wise in time, and take Dr. Pierces Golden
Medical Discovery. It puts the liver and
kidneys in (rood working- order, purifies th*
blood, cleanses the system from all Impuri-
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up the functions generally. •«•—•
"Golden Medical Discovery" checks tha
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tonic as well as alterative, or blood-cleansinaL '
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and restores Vitality, thereby dispelling all
those languid, "tired feelings" experience*
by the debilitated. Especially has it mani>
fasted its potency In curing Tetter, Salt-
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Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and En.
"Golden Medical Discovery" Is the onlr
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This popular Tea-house sells the best
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Our price* for Crockery, Glass. Chin* and Tinware
are the cheapest In the city. With forty stores w6
are enabled to undersell all others.
nil ' l i' T n
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82.50 EXTRA TALUK CALF SHOE.
•3.35 and 53.00 WORKINGMAN'S SHOB.
SMI" and 51. 75 HOW SCHOOL SHOES.
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123 FourtL St., 8. P.
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JAMES iiih.i.A.N, 8. v. MURPHY, Vice-Presidents
JAMES O. FAIR. - JAMES PHELAN,
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megsnt Business Suits, made to order from. 00
Stylish Pants, made to order fr0m..... > 8 00
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Styllsn English Walking Units, made to order ■-•
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. . . COUPBIBINO. ...
GEORGIE DREW BARRVMORE, LIZZIE HUDSON
COLLIER, MRS. AUGUSTA FOSTER, MISS
JANE STUART. MISS MAY A. PEN HELD
MESSRS. JAMES (WILL, K. D. FKAWLET
HENRY BERttMAS, UEORUE F. DE VERt
WILLIAM HERBERT, HENRI lIRAHAM AND
J. C. PADGETT,
Presenting a comedy illustrating social, political and
diplomatic life In Washington, entitled
fTHE SENATOR j
By David D. Lloyd and Sydney Rosenfeld.
Under the direction of MR. JOSEPH BROOKS.
The comedy will be presented with all the magnlS-
cent scenery and effects used during the
great run in New York of
125 I CONSECUTIVE I 125
185 I PERFORMANCES I 125
Scale op Prick*:
Orchestra and Dress | Balcony (admission) 7Se
Circle $1 60 nailery... ;.... use
Balcony (reserved). 1 00 Boxes $10 and 113
The sale of seats begins on Thursday, May 15th, at
the Box Office or the theater.
NOTlCE— Dnrlng Mr. Crane's engagement tber»
■will be no performances on Wednesday afternoons
or Sunday nights. Only matinees Saturday. '
ap2o 27 my 4 11 then tt
A LI.EN RO L> & STOCK W ELL Managers
This (Wednesday) Erenlnjr, May 14lh,
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK AT 8.
Matinee Saturday at 2 P. 51.
WALLENHOD ft STOCKWELt'S COMEDY CO.,
In the Greatest of American Dramas.
"ACROSS THE CONTINENT!"
A Whirl of Excitement I
Evening Prices— 50c and 75c.
. Next Week
10,000 MILKS AWAY.
SEATS READY TO-MORROW.
ORPHEDM OPERA houseT
■Waiter A; Mora Proprietors
Q L'sta v Walter. Manager
This Tuesday, May 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 <ioo<ls Scene, CASH.
Wonderful Cast, Catchy Music, Pretty Girls, Elegant
Wardrobe, New Scenery.
«... A Red Hair and a White Horse!
The Funny Policeman. The Dancing Uackmen.
The Charming Salesladies.
■■-.•- FUN! FUN! FUN!
Admission 25c : reserved seats 50c.
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at little cost; Gents exclusively (beginners) *i
Mondays, Wednesdays; Ladles (beginners), Tues-
days. Thursdays; sotnes Saturday eToolugs; prlrat*
lessons dally. * jjjiu
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North Beach Swimming Co.'s
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d *r; t The Powell-street C»r, take 700
Extra fun in the water and on the
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