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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1892
VISIT TO GENERAL HOOKER'S
OLD CALIFORNIA HOME.
In MHO MiMitxnnnt Idtakar Dwfttt In
thn tlitnntlriil Sniuuim Vnlttijr A Cor
respondent "luila Horn Intumitlng
"Itubhlah" In n Df.rrtml Uarrnt.
Aqua Cai.ikntk, Cnl., Sopt. 10. A
.two hours' rldo northward from Sun
Francisco on tlio Bantu Rou mid Car
quinoz ruilro((l takes ono to tlio Htation
of Aqua Callento, in tlio midst of tlio
picturesque and historical Sonoma val
ley. Ten miles to tho Kotith tlio hontl
wators of Sun Pablo bay play in tho nun
llKlit, and ten miles to tho north the
valloy dwindles to a narrow pass be
tween tlio high backs of tho Sonoma
and the Napa mountain rangim.
OF.NF.UAI, IIOOKKIl'H 01.1) 1IOUKK.
Sonoma is an Indian term, moaning
"Tho Valloy of tho Moon," and tradi
tion Bays that, in coiiHoqiionco of tho
mountain ranges that hold back tho
mists that roll in from tho oca, tho light
of tho moon is never obscured in this
flholtored spot. In their early search
after fields for Christian labor tho Fran
ciscan monks penetrated Sonoma valley,
and on tho 4th day of July, 18:K1, Father
Altimlra planted a cross at tho foot of
Napa mountain and established n mis
sion there. Near this spot the famous
"Boar flag" was flung to tho breezo, and
hero, too, were the headquarters of the
United States military forces during
that exciting period when California
was wrested from Mexican power nn. I
added to the domain of tho American
government. This happened in 1840.
nearly a half a century ago.
As early as 1BI0 thoro was built at
Aqua Call on to an adobo liouso that was
occupied as a Spanish inn, and in
1840-fiO this building was tho homo or
Lieutenant Joseph Hooker, who after
ward rose to military fiuno. In tho
latter part of tho year 18.0 Lioutenant
Hooker purchased of General M. G.
VallejoOlU acres of land a mile north
of this building, and upon a high knoll,
sheltered by ancient livo oaks, ho built
a modest dwelling which for Fovoral
years was his home. Up and down tho
valloy and to tho west tbo Holds aro
broad and level, and whon in 1C58
Hooka" disposed of tho projiorty it bore
Severn! hundred acres of splendid vine
yard oi his own planting. portion of
this vinoyard is in existence today. In
1858 Jlookor sold tho ranch to Mr.
Ueorgx C. Watriss, and the liouso that
HIMTARY RELICS OF OENEIIA1. HOOKER.
was onco tho resldonco of tho horo of
Lookout Mountain is now used for tho
accommodation of farm hands. It is a
small building containing four small
1 was allowed ono day to climb up to
the loft in tho old Hooker houso, where
1 was told 1 would find a lot of "rub
bish" that was at ono tlmo the property
of tho general. In overhauling the piles
of broken fuinlturo nnd wornout farm
ing Implements that I found stowed
away under tho eaves I camo across a
leather trunk battered and gnawed by
mico. On tho front of tho trunk was
fustonod a brass plate bearing In fine
script tho nauio Joseph Hooker. The
trunk was half full of musty documents,
nnd some of them havo tho signature of
Alexander Forbes undor date of 1815.
Thoro wero also several letters of a pri
vato character addressed to Lioutenant
Joseph HooKor. Thero was also a
pamphlet containing a list of graduates
from tho United States Military acade
my at West Point from 1801 to 1841. in
clusive. This pamphlet, published In
1841, boro tho signatures of Joseph
Hooker and Irvln McDowell, first lieu
tenant First artillery, adjutant Military
In ono conior of the loft 1 found an
old army euddlo with Hooker's naino
traced In the brass trimmings of the
pommel. Rats had gnawed at the sur
cingle and stirrup straps. Near the
saddle was a bioken camp chair and a
lantern of primitive pattern. Tho chair
had boon fastened together with wire,
and tho initials "J. H." wore cut Into
tho back. The lantern was a cumber
somo affair with a mica chimney. In
side was the remnant of n candle,
A musket and a horse pistol that were
once the property of Hooker had been
more carefully laid away. Thoy were
hanging on a rack suspended from the
rafteis, They wero rust eaten and fes
tooned with spiders' web. A scrap of
diary found among Hooker's piivnto
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pajiem in the leather trunk tells th his
tory of tho musliet, which Is not uninter
esting. It was presented to Lieutenant
Hooker by Colonel J. W. McKeiuio,
who got possession of It In the following
manner) At tho storming of tho gates
cf Can Cosmo, Mexico, Sflpl. Ill, 18-17,
MeKenzie's only pieco of artillery, a
18-pound howitzer, was moved forwarl
to a small earthwork within 200 yards
of tho fortifications.
Nearly all of McKotizlo's men lind
been killed or were disabled, and having
but (Ivo rounds of grapeshot loft ho sent
two men all that were able to walk to
the rear for ammunition. Ho had fired
his last round of powder when an in
fantry soldier came from his place of
shelter under the arches of tho grand
aqueduct to assist him, and whilo cross
ing tho rond to where McKcuzio lay he
was killed. McKcuzio ran to tho fallen
man, secured his musket and ammuni
tion licit and returned to shelter, lecolv
ing but a slight wound in his left hand.
With tho ammunition that ho secured
McKonzlo kept up the fight until help
came to htm from tho rear.
Dust 'covered and broken 1 found mi
old stylo mahogany dressing caso and a
card table that had belonged to Hooker,
Tho card table was an elaborate pieco of
furniture. It was inlaid with pearl and
was evidently imported, for the designs
and cleverness of tho workmanship evi
deuced tho deft fingers of Japanese nr
In early days Lieutenant Hooker was
a proininont figure in tho politics of So
noma county. In 18.!1 tho Democrats
headed their ticket with his name as
nominee for the assembly. Tho Settlers
convention (theie was no Republican
party in Sonoma county In those days)
nominated in opposition to Hooker a pio
neer of tho name of Jain s Bennett. The
contest between Hooker and Bennett
hinged directly on tho question of re
moving the county seat from tho town of
Sonoma to Santa Rosa. The fight was a
hard ono and resulted In a tio vote. A
OKNKU.W. IIOOKER'H TRUNK.
second election was held, and Hooker
was defeated by eight votes. Tho rec
ords of Sonoma county show that tho
saiiii- year Joseph Hooker was appointed
road overseer in Sonoma township.
Hooker's falls aro located at tho head
of p deep canyon in tho Napa mountains.
A rM'eaui of water tumbles down the
rug;ed side of tho ravine into a broad,
deep pool, surrounded by tall redwood
trees. Tho trail that leads from tho
valldy to Hooker's falls is a very danger
ous ono to follow. It winds along tho
sido of tho canyon, nnd in many places
it is po narrow that two persons cannot
pass on it.
Tho guide tolls u rather exciting story
of how ono da Hooker, who was hunt
ing in tho canyon, mot at one of these
points in tho trail a bear, and after a
vain attempt to kill tho bruto with a
ball from his riflo ho closed with it, and
fought tho animal desperately with a
hunting knife. During tho fight man
and bear rolled down the sido of the
canyon. Hooker, woumtru and bleeding
lodged in tho limbs of a redwood tree,
ami was taken down a few hours later
by a searching party that had como out
for him. Tho bear wiis found at tho hot
torn of tho raviuo dead.
Lioutenant Hooker was but ono of a
coterio of young army officers who wero
quartered in Sonoma valley in 1848, and
across Sonoma creek from the Hooker
ranch stands "Tho Rendezvous," wheio
tho young nrmy officers wero in tho habi
of meoting weekly to pass nn ovening a'
cards, chess and other social pastimes
which were sweetened by tho banquo'
of tho native wines that had boon casked
for years in tho musty cellars of Pedr"
Curillo, a wrinkled Spanish miser, who
throw tho doors of his ranch hous open
to visitors only when they wero willing
to pay handsomely for their entertain
About the building, which is still hab
itable broad limbod oak trees cast their
shadows, and u tall flagstaff, erected by
Pedro Curillo at tho request of his inili
tary patrons, stands in tho yard. From
this staff, when thero wore important
questions to be discussed or an enter
tainment to bo given, tlio American flag
was suspended, and those of the select
coterio of habitues of "Tho Rendezvous"
who saw it floating in tho breezo made
haste to obey its call.
OKNKHA1. HOOK Kit's CI1RSS TAUI.K.
From the county road that now runs
through tho back yard of "Tho Rendez
vous" a winding trail ascends tho sido of
' Bonoina mountain, and crossing its sum
mit drops into n deep, shadowy canyon
, tlmt is filled with tbo magnified roar of
Sonoma tails, a i ihhnu of foaming water
i that leaps down a rocky steep from a
1 height of more than 200 feet to the bot
tom of the gulch. Thomas Hoi.mks.
Tho elevation of Denver being 5,!.70
foot over one mile above sea level
mnkos the atmosphere rare, dry and
clear, thero being on an average less
than six days each year without sunshine.
Ms. , MIJ W-w fifrr
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FICKLE DILL VAN LOON.
A Hlorjr of tlnrriiilliil l.ovo unit lllifi
While driving from dcovlllotn CnterlyV
Comers, In the big hemlock belt of lVtiti
Aflvntila, I ms npproachlug a backwoodn
farpihouso that MihxI near the mad when
. shook headed liny, about sixteen yea is
old, oauie running toward me from the
house, lie threw up one hand niiA jelled
"Hry, therot Hold on a spoilt"
I Mopped my horse.
"He you a squlref" he asked eagerly.
I was compelled to confess that I was
"Not a lawyer, either."
"Not even a ilomlnlof" persisted the hoy,
"No," said I, "Notovenn dominie."
"this Ih all II red hard luekl" exclaimed
the boy. "We've got Hill In the humor
now, an If you win only a squire or a law
Tor or a dominie wo would clinch thothiui,
right here an have him high an dry."
Just then a lean, lank and sallow mid
die aged woman came to the door of the
liouso, nnd peering over her shoulder uas
a handsome red cheeked girl not moie
"Is he a sqtihv, Sim" screamed the wo
"Nawl" replied the boy, In a tone of dls
Kiist. "Ho hain't even a ilonilnlel"
"Shucks!" exclaimed the woman; "If we
hadn't 'a' wanted odd all powerful bad jlst
now, ev'ry squire In the township M lion
iiosiu 'round here 'leetloueerln, and not
Iom than half a ilo.eu dominies 'd ben
dropplu In fer dinner, an wautlu jailer log
j chickens at Hint, Now hero's Hill, chnnu
I orliler than milk in a thunderstorm, an If
j wo don't clinch him now It'll he jlst like
i him to back out an Jliiehlscleailnsom'orcH
olsel Shucks, I wij I This Is down haid
I luck, even fer those sun hot barrens!"
i "Is some one ilylngf" I asked, not know
ing just whatto say, with tho light I had
"Not p'tlcklar djln for sure," put In the
rod cheeked git I, "hut jlst dyln to liev Hill
Van Loon an his eloarlu clinched while
he's in the humor."
"Woddiiil" letnarked the shoukhcadod
I boy sclitcutlously. "Leastways, theie
would be one if you was only a squire or
i even ndoinlnle."
I They seemed to hold It up against me be
en usu I was Inconsiderate enough not to
I have been either one or the other.
I "Where's the lirldor" I asked the Iwy.
The rod cheeked girl in tho doorway over
' heard tho question and answered It her
self. "I'm herl" she said. "Pervldln I could
git Hill clinched right now."
"Where's the happy bridegroom," I
"I diinno as he's so ovorpoworln happy,"
aid the shook headed boy; "but he's out
with pop, lookln the eloarlu over."
It was only throe miles to Covorly's Cor
ners, and I restored a degree of cheerful
ness to the eager family by saying that If
It would he of any service to them I would
fetch a squiie or a domlulc to their house
as soon as I could dilvo to the Corners and
"tioshl" exclaimed the red cheeked Irl.
"If ye do that jo kin kNs the bride! Not
now!" she said, as I began to cllinl) down
out of the wagon. "Whon yocomu hack!"
"I'll fetch a squire." I said, "or kill a
1 didn't lose any time In getting to the
Corners, for I was Interested III having that
pretty, rod cheeked girl clinch the trifling
Hill Van Loon, although ho didn't deserve
such luck. I wasn'tontlroly disinterested,
cither, for Sally had said that I could kiss
.mid she was a decidedly klssablo
lhe hoy who had come with in.
seemed to have a better opinion of a squire's
tfllclency in the emergency than he had of
dominie's, soon found the former noil
hack we started with theliuportaiitnfllclnl.
I didn't spare the horse, and we got back
to the clearing In good time. Sally's
mother met us at the door. She was severe
"Turn round an go back!" she, said.
"Vor loo late!"
Sally sat on a chair kicking her heels
gainst the floor in a loud and spiteful
tattoo. She was squealing and sobbing
and her cheeks were fiery.
"I wouldn't 'a' keered a snap," she
obbe.l, "hut I know he'll go nn marry
that siiifllin, redheaded Kit Cooley, con
tarn his inconstant plctur! An It's all
your fault, yo keerlcss Sim, you!" slio ex
claimed, turning on her shockheuded and
surprised brother. "Yo went an left a
hull turnip in the cow's chop, an she went
an choked on it! Hoo-woo! H-o-o-o-o!"
The iron hand of fate had Indeed closed
on tho family with remorseless clutch.
While I was driving my horso well nigh
to death, so that Hill Van Loon might be
clinched while he was in tho humor, what
should the Jersey cow up and do but choke
to death ou a turnip.
"Well," the businesslike Mr. Van Ixxin
hod said, "of course that's all tlia lie to
itl" and walked away to open negotiations
It had never occurred to me before, but
1 feel It now, that a man can't travel in
that part of the country and do to others
I as ho would be done liy unless he Is either
a squlro or a dominie. If 1 had been either
one or t'other on that trip. Sally would
nave been the mistress of Hill Van Loon's
farm. And better than all, she'd have
kissed mo! Kd Mott in New York Sun.
Tho lllnliup'i Juke.
The bishop of London sometimes comes
out in the facetious Hue, and comes out
well too. He has just performed the
proverbially difllcult feat of "scoring off"
a London cabman. Dr. Temple took a
cab from the house of lords to Fulham
palace, and on reachiuc his destination
' ii.wlf.riM. fitiliv li(u ti.friil f it ft ttt linlf ..
crown. Jehu remonstrated after the man
nernf his kind, mid asked the bishop If he
thought that.'Taul" would have lived at
Fulham palace if he had been with us
"No," sail the bishop; "ho would. have
boon archbishop and lived at Lambeth:
the faro therulsonlya shilling." Tlt-Ults.
A Hme '1'hlnif.
Adelaide--Why are jou so sure he loves
.Madeleine lieenuse he slums me the
leiioisjou write to hlin, HiooUyn Life,
A llupny 'I liiit,lit.
In the walling loom of the military com
mission In a Hussion town sat two fathom
of families In deep anxiety about the fate
of their ens, which would bo shortly do
elded by the said eomiulsslou,
"1 am at a loss," said one, "what to say
If I am asked the age of my son. If I make
him out to bo younger than he Is he w 111 be
sent to school; If I make him too old
they'll stick him In the army. What am I
"How would It bo If tun told the coin
mission his exact agof" inquired his friend.
The first speaker looked up In ninnr.o
nient. "What a capital Idea; I had never
bought of that!" Dusehlorfrr Anzulger.
"Some one said tislay that the new
minister preached over the heads of the
congiogathiu Do you thhikso."
"lie did, g. pleach over my head. Iliad
on my thouTor hat." Mfe.
I'lili-fiicr'n IMiiro lo (lot HIT.
Hluo railed, scarlet fringed messenger
Iiojh of Chicago maintain a circulating
library, Each toltimn starts somewhere
out of the weekly earnings of an Individ
mil, and when It has done the rounds It
Is too studiously dogeared for even the
owner to lecognlo it Hut the way those
books clrculatel Whooping cough In a
primary school Is cold moliissos compared
A messenger boy, with his eyes glued tu
a closely paragraphed page of one of these
volumes, sat In a North Clark street car
the other night as It clanked across the
tracks at Randolph street, and dived Into
the tunnel. In reality he was returning lo
the Chicago avenue ofllco, but In spirit, he
was out on the borderland of civilization,
boating the olllce record In galloping his
Imagination after "Diamond Dick, the
Daring Devil of the Dugout."
He paid his fare, but In his eye, which
stuck out about two Indies, wns such a
look as might havo boded 111 to that eon
doctor had the car only boon a few thou
sand miles farther west. A coo, scornful
smile played about his lips as he settled
back to his book again.
The conductor was a wag. He used to
be a boy and he knew how It felt. Just ns
tho car crossed Superior street ho stopped
opposite tho reader.
"Whoop!" with a flourish at the bell
strap. "Hlg Thunder say paleface skip!"
Then to the ear:
And the messenger boy and four other
passengeis got off, hut the messenger boy
looked awfully tired. Chicago News-Record.
Nut Tlmt I .on (j.
In the recent general election In Croat
Hrltnin there has been a good deal of die
niiuclatlou and very little wit, and theie
has been a conspicuous abseiicu of good
nature. The hard hitting that illstln
mifulli-fl lifillltr-nl llfitfif .ilil u-nu liilnhiriiil
, ,y (.,,KrlnH, nnd even fun; all this seems
, to ,mvu ,u,,,M.,irCMl; neither the Primrose
dames nor their fair antagonists are the
cause of any pretty speeches. Nobody of
fors to light their pipes at their eyes, as lu
the case of the electioneering duchess, nor
do they receive any oucouraKcmciit to da
so. Kven tho sister of serious Mr. Wilbur
force, when canvassing for her brother at
Hull, Indulged in a pleasant stroke of hu
inor; when his partisans shouted, "Mist
Wilberforcc forever!" she replied, "I thank
you, gentlemen, for your good Intentions,
but I do not wish to be 'Miss Wilhcrforco
forever!' " One would havo voted for that
young lady's brother whatever were his
lllii Mulilrn fljuTcli.
Wife (at night to husband returning
home lute) Why, Fran., It Is !1 o'clock!
Husband I could not get away any
sooner, wifoy dear, I have been making a
speech and that kept us rather late.
Wife You make a speech I1 That must
have been a nice performance!
Husband Well, it was universally ap
plauded. I said, "Gentlemen, let us re
main here a bit longer." lllnkender Uote.
Hojock Some people have their wishes
fulfilled very promptly.
Toindlk Are you prepared to specify?
llojaok Well, I knew a man lu Kansas
who put up a sign, "This House for Sail,"
and the very next day a cyclone carried ll
into the next county. Harper's Hazar.
On tliu Dark Continent.
A darky, who has obtained a: spolnt
ment at a station 011 a new line of railway
just completed In the colony of Natal,
lately wrote a letter to the manager of lhe
company asking him to send a can of rod
oil and a can of green oil for the night sig
nals. Petit Marselllals.
A Cnrillul In Itiitlnn,
Servant A gentleman at thu door sas
hu doesn't like to annoy you, hut here is ,1
Mr. Murray llill-Oh, tell him I'm not
annoyed at his calling. On the contrary, I
would be very much pleased to Imvu him
call again. Tit-Hits.
Mr. Nagloy I suppose you think you
never maile a mistake since you werelsiru.
Mrs. Nagloy I can't say that, but I
haven't made many since I was married.
Kate Field's Washington.
"John, what is the matter with
milk; it looks sodroadfully bluer"
.John I suppose the follow has made
mistake ami is using colored chalk.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
.Millie Tlieni hail.
8ho loved tn mku lii-r mandolin and sit a
while to pin);
She pllnkcd It with tlio plectrum In n uuiijt
But the incmluTH of tlio family la sadness lieu.
for the iml) tune she oer lenrntd was "Miir.
Klo Murpli)'" Home."
One uf the Ilriiw liiieks.
Thoin.li liiei, within the h.iiiiinoek's clout
Tn wlillu sua) the llu-loni. silliiliier da).
Vim wished tin hi ro In im ullu r place
Knell lime 11 Ihir drops 011 )nil as )nu In),
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