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EVENTS IN THE
A Number of Private Excursion
Parlies and Camp
CONCERT AT SAN RAFAEL.
The Hesperian Parlor Open Meeting.
Party on Fourth Street—
Hutchinson-Ayer Wedding in
Calistoga — Parly on Fremont
Street— Personal Notes of Wide
The Ferrer Spanish concert at San Itafael last
Wednesday evening was a gieat success, both
musically nd socially. Guidon's Opera House
\*as 1 led i*. Uli a brilliant audience, which ap
plaudi d ibe execution of the Ferrer String Quar
tet ai.d Mi-s Lai Millzner, the sopiauo, 10 the
Following was the programme: String quar-
Slet, " Legieiro Invisible" (Ardiil) — Miss Carmel
ita Finer mandolin, Miss Adele Ferrer guitar,
Mr. Richard Ferrer violin, Mr. M.T. Ferrer
guitar; '-Klviia Alia Danza Espauola," string
quartet; :. pauisb song. "Adios a Laura"
,i ni. 11. ). Miss Cairie Miil_ner; guitar solo, "Old
Ft. is al Home" (Fenei), Miss Adele Ferrer;
stiTnp quartet, "Paso Doble" (Uuanaz ; string
quartet, "I.aGitaul" (Ardltt); violin solo, se
lected. Mi. Bicbaid Ferrer; vocal solo, "In Old
Madiid" (Trolere), Miss Came Mlllzner; string
arlet, "li^egrito" Danza Cubans); tiring
quailet, "Jou ;.si*.ihola."
Among those present were: Mr, and Mis.
Henry Schmieden, Mr. and Airs. K. J. Wilson,
■ ■ Mis. X. D. Law ton. Miss Lawton, Mr. and Airs.
v.. ..a;.u Ken ball, Miss it. Wallace, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis l'arrott, Mr. Henry 1. ddlngtou,
SAlr. Harry Babcoch, Mr. and Alls. 11. P. Wood,
Mr. and Airs. C.O. Alexander. Mr. A. B. William
son. Mr. J. E. Jenkins, Mr. E. M. Green way,
Mi Bad Airs. XX. F. Landers, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Page Brown, Mr. L. L. Holloway, Mr. and Ml**.
Samp sou Tarns, Miss Ct.lilil, Mr. and Airs. K. _*.
Graves, .**'.; -5 Graves, Mr. and Mrs. C. D, Farqu
liarson, Mr. and Airs. A. 11. Loughborough,
S*r. ireorge A. Loughborough, Air, A. Z.
Li i. .1. 1 io. null, the Misses Lough borough,
Miss Zaue. All. and Mis. v. O. Richards.
Air. and Airs. S. 11. Smith, Mis. Filedlander, li.c
Misses Friedlauder, Mrs. Bowie, All*** Bowie,
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. bpever, Air. il. J. Bowie Jr.,
Air. and Mrs. Peter Dean, Miss Dean. Air. and
Airs. J. B. Uarulss, Miss Belle McPherson, Mr.
A. H. Small. Mi. B. M. Anderson, Mr. David
Wood, Mrs. .1. T. Grayson, Mr. Thomas fcullt
van. Mrs. XV. F. Goad, tlie Misses Goad, Mr. W.
S. Is'ewball, Mr. C. F. Worden, Mr. and Mrs. 11.
L. latum. Mr. Edward Hull. Dr. K. Paison, Airs.
Bee. Mr. and Airs. P. Met;. Meßean, Mr. Una
Mis. I. A. Lancaster, A.lss Kiltie Lancaster,
Captalu Milieu liniliili. Mr. £. Jeumogs,
lion, and -lis. John Boegs, .Miss Boggs.
Mr. lied Boggs, Air. aud Mrs. T. li.
' iinodiiiaii. Mr. and Mrs. XV. Haas. Captain and
Alls. Taylor, ilie Misses Taylor, .Mis. S. M. Zan
der, Mr. mud Mrs. E. 10. Kentheld, Ml-- Laura
Uatke, Miss Leila Carroll, Mis. c. T. ilali. Mr.
and Airs. C. B. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. A. It.
Briggs, Mrs. James Otis, Allss Helen Otis, Mr. F.
- W. .-ha run. Air. and Airs. Joseph iiedeneks,
Miss Fredericks, Miss Jeunings, Mr. and Mis. C.
H. Simpkius, .Mi-s Simpkln., Mr. and -Mrs.
,1.11:, Caiolau, Mr. F. J. Carolan, the Mi-** •
Caroiarn, Mr. ami Mrs. Dennis Donohue, Mis**
Donohue, Mr. Harry Blmpatns, Mr. E. U.
Schineidell. Miss forge, Lieutenant J. C. Wil
son, Mr. and Mr**. C. E. Friz, Mrs. George Hyde,
, the Misses Hyde, M*s. L. A. Seugeielier, the
Mi--.*- Edwards, Mr. M. E. i.< wis, Air. and Alis.
J. i- Blgelow, Mis. Alexander Forbes, the Misses
T*. Forbes, .Miss t-orlies JoUuson, Ml. Gary Fried
lander, Mr. C. 11. Hasweli Jr., Airs. M. B. Gross,
Mrs. S. A. Johns. Miss Grant. Dr. Edward Payne,
Air. and Mi - Cosmo Morgan, Mr. and Mis. J. B.
■ Crockett, Miss Crockett. Miss Nellie Jollifie,
Mi. and Airs. Adam Urant, Air. and Mrs. U. .*;.
* eti T Notes.
The .ermomeis* entertainment and dauce
take place his evening.
Alas'.tr J. Alervyn Leake, tbe mile son of Air*
aid Mrs, Vt. S. Leake of Sacramento, celebrated
Ills slxib birthday last Thursday. The invita
tions ..tie very quaint; they lav: "Pm getting
a big boy now. 1 will he C years old July '.',
1890. II your mamma will let you come to my
blitbday pa ity 1 will have a four-lu-hand call for
you at 7 o'clock in the evening aud take you
home at 10 o'clock. (Signed) .1. Mervyn Leake."
TT.t'ie were but few regrets and a delightful
eveuiug was spent by all piesenl.
A delightful lawn party was given last Tuesday
evening by Miss X.a Wood of Alameda to her
naauy it tends.
A large assemblage gathered at the country
residence of Mr. John McCord, near Napa City.
. last Filday to enjoy a "barn dance" at the
invllatiou of Mr. and Airs. .Mcl ord and Miss
Ethel Hazel. Alter a display of fireworks, danc
ing commenced, aud so enj..yable was the aflair
that the merry company did not separate until
daylight succeeded darkuess.
Ou the eve of the oth lust, a pleasant
sui prise pany was given to Air. Joseph
James of l'acbeco by friends Irom San
Fraucisco and C.aytou. Among those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Mil .ell. Misses
Sarati and Eva Eptiriaiu, Miss Con en and Miss
Laudo of San Fraucisco.
To-day a hu,.'s-:,ead feast will be given at
Sycamore Flats, Sauta Cruz, to Governor Water
man and Colon T Lei; e and stall of tne Sixth Keg
tmeut. A dauce will be given by ibo regiment In
the evening at lhe Dolphin.
Alderman and Mrs. J. N. Waillnfoid of Seattle,
Washington, formerly of Napa City lv this Siale,
■ celeora ed the Fourth by holdiug a social le
i... .0n of fiieuds, the dale beiug also tue Alder
mau's blrlbda] anniversary.
Washington Camp No. 1 will give an entertain
ment and dance at Saratoga Hall this evening.
Air. aud Mrs. J. M. AlcDonougli, who recently
moved over to Alameda, entertained a number
of ii*. ir Sau Fraucisco and Oaklaud I'ileud. „'.
their Home last lbursday eveuiug.
A \ - *■■* -ttit at Olen f.U.n.
A remarkably pleasant time was expeiienced
Kl.y ceitain members ot Kincon aud Glen Ellen
Bailors, N. S. G. XV., who, with the Blossom
Ciub, were in camp at Uien Ellen last Saturday.
An agreeable feature ot the camp doings was the
musical and literary programme rendered on tbe
eveuiug ot .Saturday and thesuosequent serenad
ing by the Blossom Club of Hie neighboring camp,
- occupied by Dr. C. c. o'Douneli.
Tbe lollowlug was the programme of the hi
fi*: mai concert: Literary address by J. L.
i i r til; vocal solo. Miss Mlllikiii ; Drake's Ad
dress, 1. L. Harper; quartet, the Blossom Ciub;
■ ecitaiiun, Miss Genevieve Baker; quartet,
Gien Ellen Glee Club; vocal solo, diaries 11 -t*
lich; vocal solo, Fred Bossi; lecltalion, M..J01
Kuux; address of welcome, P. M. Ciniksou;
America, blossom Club. The merry party did
not return until the evening of Sunday.
Among thine present were the following:
Messrs. J. 8. Knox. John Harper, G. Oscar
Taylor, William O'Neill, Henry H. Bishop,
I bsrles Shore, Air. and Mrs. J. K. Craig, Miss J.
Murphy, Miss F. Murphy, Mr. M. L. Clarksou
aud family, Proiessor Farley, Airs. J.W. Harper,
Messrs. T. Moirls, Kuox Lotz, W. M. (oukliu,
Frank Conklin, M.*ui Ice CoiiKiln, Phillip Conk
lin, L. L. llaiiinaii. T. G. Warren, C. 11. Cartli
wiiglit, XV. MeiiiUan, P. McGuveiu, Mlas Maggie
Murphy, Miss Kate Conklin, Miss Maggie
.*■ '.< •.■..-en, Miss Nellie Barrett, Miss Nellie
Alurphy, Air. aud Mrs. E. J. Crane,
Air. and Mrs. J. G. Carr, Air. and Mrs. P. M.
ClaiU-'.n. Airs. Delaey, Mr. Jonn Shaw, Mr.
(.ioikc Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Sargent; Messrs.
u.oige F. Oscar, _*. Kossl, N. J. Batieale, J. K.
O'Brien, F. J. Skuse, E. c Anderson, .1. J. Car
ii.i. c. '.!. Uoepel, 1..1. Lyangreen, John F. Finn,
John W. Kelleher, J. I*. listllcb, J. P. Donovan,
F. A. .ills, 1.. B. hacenkamp, W. Welch;
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. I*. A. libbltts, Miss Ella .Mur
ray. Miss Kane Lynch, Miss Josie Alllliken, Miss
Alice Unllegbau, Miss Kltlis Landers, Airs,
li in* 'lniif.ou-.-yer Wedding In 'Til si*
Last Tuesday Miss lima Ayer was united In
.milage to Mi. T. B. Hutchinson, a thing youug
. attorney of Calistoga, al lhe residence of lhe
bildc'a father, In that pleasant liltie town. Miss
■'- Sadie Gumaer, a classmate of the bride In
In.: Sari F'ranciseo High School, was the only
bildesniald. Air. Fred C. Ayer, a brother of the
'.- Inide, was best man.
The double pailors were profusely decorated
with ferns, trailing vines aud rare lloweis. A
- * en stent of while veibenas hung from the arch
couneciiug the parlors. Under Ibis the bridal
pa ily stood. The bridal party made a prelty
. picture while Lev. Joseph Hemphill said the all
iiiii orlant words.
A _. doing bieakfast followed, after which the
newly married couple took the tralu for San
franclseo. A shower of rice greeted them on
' tiie nay and at Hie depot. Only the Immediate
' ft lends and i elan of the bride and groom
weie present. Numerous and costly gifts were
lecmed. A large circle of fiieuds wish Mr. aud.
* Mis. Hutchinson a lung and prosperous life.
*H>t*_*_l 'the Hesperian Psrlor l'nrl.v.
An opeo Installation and social combined was
given last Light by Hesperian Parlor, No. 137,
'...' N. S. G. XV., ai Mission Opera Hall. The parlor
ls one of tbe youngest In Hie order aud yet al
ready numbers . nearly one bundled members.
It is well managed and Is rapidly earning to the
... front as an organizer of pleasant entertain
ments and dances. '*■.--_•. -
*lln;r popularity was amply attested by tbe
]»!_.■ attendance last evening. Proceedings
opened witn the Installation by Mi. F. U.
'.- Dunne, District Deputy, of ttie following officers:
Fast President, Leo F. Hamilton; President,
Fied L. Walbel; First Vice President, G. E.
. . • .ailagher; Second Vice-President, W. F.
'• Co den; Third Vice-President, G. A. Aloutell;
/recording Secretary, 11. A. Anderson; Finan
cial Secretary. C. W. Ettiug; Treasurer, F. J.
Clausen; Marshal, G. ii. Mower; Inside Seu
... tlnel, I*. G. Feltret; Outside Sentinel, F. G. Nor
. man Jr.; Trustees— X. P. Doolao, L. A. Moore,
. J. li. Martin; Sntgeon, W. B. Coffey, M.D. ;
1•■ 1 :u.. room Directors— F. J. Smith, H. C.
- Bach, 0. J. Tlliesi
. 1 Beioie the entertainment which followed there
was a pieseutalion to Past President Dr. F.
. Hampton of a handsome diamond locket, square
In shape and elegantly chased. At tbe back ap
pealed an emblem of ibe order In tasteful de-lgn.
lhe costly trinket was a token of the high an
• prestation by ihe members of Air. Hampton's
ludelatigable efforts in tbeli Interest during bis
. . Ihe programme was then carried out as 10l
lows: Banjo selections. Professor Mansfield and
pupils: vocal sola. Miss "Nellie Keuny; recita
tion, Mr. George Montell; vocal solo, Mr. E. A.
Heauce; banjo solo. Mr. T. V. Cumnilng9: vocal
solo, Mr. K. J. Angelo, concluding wilh lemarks
by I'ieMflent _•*.-_ Walbel.
Dancing was afterward enjoyed till afler 1
o'clock, Hi- hall being hands, decorated.
Music was (urnished by Professor Kaliu. l lie
officers-elect acted as special committees ol lhe
pleasant aftair. and M r. W. V. Cordes made an
ellicieui aud courteous floor director.
A Trip •<■ Mount Hamilton.
A delightful moonlight trip to the Lick Ob
seivaiory, Mo. ml Hamilton, was made last
Wednesday evening. At 4 o'clock a surrey
driven by four horses left tsan Jose, and the
drive up the mountains lv the twilight was most
Smiths Ci eek was reached alter three Pours'
ride, and au hour was there spent at supper, fol
lowed by singing in the parlor. The ascent of
Uie mountain was made under the most favor
able auspices, as the moon shone full aud bright,
and the panoramic view was highly romantic. A
cense fog rolled lv from the bay, and soon the
entire valley was covered witb a while mantle
that gave lo it Hie appeaiauce of au Immense
l*_e. and as ibe fog lolled over and was tossed
by tue wind, one could easily Imagine the crest
ot waves aud the spray leaping up liv* mountain
At the observatory the party was kindly re
ceived by the professors, who pointed out the
must prominent starry gallaxies. The party ar
rived in _au Jose al . o'clock Thursday morn
Those present were: Mrs. M. A. N'ourse, the
Misses Kita and Alice Herrmann of ban Jose,
Miss Alvlua Ileii'T of Sau Francisco, Mr. J. E.
Fisher ol ..an Jose, Mr. August Schleicher aud
11. I*. Booiau of San Fraucisco.
A 1-icntc Id Snot- Cruz.
A pleasant picnic was given by Messrs. Hubert
iriley, William __ Miller and Leon E. Joues of
Santa Cruz lasl week at Camp Wilder. The
guests of ihe occasion wen Judge McOann,
Mayor Bowman, Councllmau Flnkeldey. Council
man Diullatd, County tleik I'd Mml iv, Couuiy
lieasuier W. 11. Bias. lion. F'rauk .1. Sloue,
Messrs. William C. Hi.'lmau, lleuiy _*'. Krori, O.
J.Kion, Humphrey I'likiDnion, John Deunlt,
Joseph Skh iv, J.J. C. Leonard, J. F. Cunning
ham. Assessor X. V. Matthews, 1. L. O'Neil, I>.
XV. Wilder, C. 11. Heath, A. N. Sllkcinau, J. H.
Log.in, Sberifl A. J. Jennings, Frank Alzuia, W.
11. Duke, George I'ratschuer, J. J* Darau.
Private Exrursn.n i*> Ituy Grove.
One of Ibe most enjoyable outings of ibe sea
son occurred on the fourth of July, when a num
ber of young people gathered lo celebrate the
anniversary of our nation's blilh and al Hie same
time the ei.iiieeiiili anniversary ot tbe birth of
one oi the party, Miss Eda Malsch. Cicat ptepar
atlou had been going on quietly for seveialdays,
and the autinpailuus met e.iin no disappoint
Ilie paity consisted ol Miss Hose Thornton,
Miss Maggie Curb-It, Miss Eda Malsch, Miss
Fannie t.eise, Miss Tillie I. unmade. Miss Evan
geline l.i.tiinade. Miss Amy Buckley, Miss Bes
sie McFaddeu, Miss Halite Wallers. Miss Mary
Garcia, Miss Alice iiouneis. Mies Muni; Lewis,
Mis* Alma Belts-. Mlv Emma Dargia, Messrs.
E. disco, A. le Com, 11. J. Knowltou, .amuel
T. ti. Reed of P.ialum., Ruben (xteer, C. Wel
ters, 11. l'aialiuist, L. Allien, 11. Davis, Peter
Kodgers, George Frances, Si, Kimball, J. Bur
neil, Frank Milton. Lauding at S.usalilo, the
I.i tv boarded (be buses and drove to Bay
I. love, a lit. i _ dell on the banks ol Laurel Creek.
Tills *- oue el i lie many cliarriilng spots in .Maria
Luui.ly know, on-y lo the lu.tia.eu. and so se
cluded as to be out ol the beaten paths. On lhe
arrival of the parly dancing, games and siuging
were liiUulgeJ in with clear uusio. Alter a
must ilellciuus luucheou tin* party strolled about
dunking lv the beautiful scenciy. gathering
Ih*** its and having a good lime. Au lucid I
vWiu-ti might have been serious was li.c mistak
ing *>t a hoi net's uesl loi a bird's cost by oue of
The mends re tin tied by a late boat, and all
agieed that tins had been one ol me most pleas
ant outings of the seasou. Befoie patting 11 was
unanimously decided lo enjoy another such out
ing iv the neat lutuie.
■surprise i'sriy on Fremont Street.
A veiy enjoyable surprise pany was tendered
to Mi. Edwlu Fori est at bis residence. 317 Fre
mont street, last Saturday eveuiug, bytheitlu
cou Yachting aud Social Ciub.
Following are theofliceis: President. Frank
Murphy; Vice-President, Daniel Conley; Tieas
nrer, l.uke M. Mailscb; Kecuidiug Secretary.
Johu Kane; Financial Secretary, James Mt*
1 e_l> ; v.aishal, William MiieUel; Trustees —
Autoue MaiiMli, James Buni.avy aud Fred
The evening was spent In siuging, dancing and
gam -. wtiicti cuuiiniiea up lo alaie hour. Supper
was seived at in!Uitt*.hl. Music was lurutshed
iv Miss Mamie Giiciie*ei and Mi. Ed Linden.
Following were pie. em: Air. and Mis. E. For
rest, Mr. and Mis. P. Mali'Ch. Mr. aud Mrs. J.
Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. J. Itadilish, Mrs. Bessie
Hauluii, Ms* Ju la Slaimfoid, Miss Jo-ie Jones,
Miss Maggie Dxltou, Miss Katie Zwaid, Miss
Lizzie Murphy, Miss May li.utuii, Miss Katie
lindgewuod, .diss Annie Knck, Miss Mamie
l'lcacl, Miss Maggie Fonesi, Mis*, Kalie Murphy,
Miss N • i.i_ l.i.idi'ii, Miss Clara hiowti,
Miss Koseiie Callaghan. Miss Lucie Picket, Miss
TNoia Ha, loi., Miss Jennie Fori est. Miss Amelia
Marisch, Miss Mamie .ercheker, Suss Maggie
..lie wood; Messis. Aiiloue ,Mau.-cii, Frank
Mv r.\, J. Fullest, James McFeai,*y, James
Tleiuey, joliu Holland, Michael Dugan, 1.
Di.uobue, Daniel Couley, W. Milcliell, T. Jlc*
Ervoy, W. Edwards, -NUT:, Mnriscu, W.
1 ■;.: ii. i. Kelly, Heury lr.ie.iiu.il, is. llaiidisli,
E. Linden, . . Miehela, Johu Kane. John I. For
lest, James Duuleavy, .'■. King, J. Mn.ivjn,
Luke M. .Malison. -
'111,- B.oil-i Circle ITntr lueli
Social Circle, No. 41, O. C. 1 held a public In
stallaiiuii of officers last uiiiiii lv Social Hall,
lit-u Men's Building. Aiier the insinuation by
Deputy Haley Hie following ..inactive enter
lalutnenl was given: I'iauo solo, Mrs. Hutch
lugs; recitation. Miss Stella Baccus; recitation.
Miss E. C. Fleici.uian, daughter of the Sioux
Chief; lecltalion, "li.c Painter of Seville," M.s.
T. i.. Flaagl soon, Miss Nellie burners. l..lliclllg
under tne directlou of Mr. l_ T. Baccus pleas
aully concluded the affair. Following composed
lhe Committee of AnaiigeineuLs: Mr. 1;. T. Bac
cus (Cliiiiriua.), Mis. N. Taylor, Mrs. E. Cpliaus,
Miss CTaia McDonald, Jus. E. I'euuiugtoo, Mr.
A. U. Baker, Mis. 1-. Low, Mi. J. C_vun___.
Party on Fourth _lr_-l.
A pieasaut blitbday party was tendered to
Miss Annie Dully, at ber residence, 60. Fonrlh
.street, last Tuesday evening. The i lots etc
piolusely decorated Willi blossoms, green vines
and lei us. There were many vocal selections
during the eveuiug, ibe most notable beiug the
singing of the Dully quartet, composed of
Misses (.alias, ■* . Leech, Duffy and Hart.
Dancing was indulged in uni 11 a laic hour In the
evening, when ibe guests adjourned to the taste
fully decorated -lum.-rooni, wheie a bouuieous
supper was solved. Auioi.g those piesenl weie:
.Miss Alice Hindu, Miss Kale Hail, Miss Annie
Hail, Miss Kale Uallagber. Miss Annie Dully,
Miss Mamie Leech, Miss Nellie Lyusky. Miss
Itosle Duffy, Mis*. Maggie Bonn, Miss Hannah
ttiordan, Miss Annie Ciiiiiuiiiigs, Miss Maggie
McCarthy, .Miss Anule KUriiau. Mr.and Mrs.
Gallagher, Mr. aud Mrs. Hail, Mr. and Mrs.
mil*, .Messis. H. XV. Crivanaiigh. J. P. Deueby,
E. M. Cliue, F. J. Giihiii. J. W. McCouuville, F.
Skuse, \\. Casey. A. Cia'k, XV. Bailey, J. Cav
aiiatigti, W. . oaidman, J. Harrington, J. Cun-
I mug. T. Flood, _. Kane, C. Kcno.
r_cin. Const w.ddtne..
Last Wednesday two of Napa's best-known
aid most popular youug people. Miss Mac Slock
ni"ii aud Mr. C. L. James, were milled lv mar
riage. The aflair was veiy quiet.
Tlie weddlug of Miss Mary McDougald to Mr.
Malcolm Mcltaetook place at Stockton Tuesday,
Key. Father O'Connor officiating.
The marriage of Mr. lied li. fleniile and Miss
Ella A. i.by was soleiiiiii. d Sunday at the iesl
deuce of Air. Jackson Eby, on Ked Bank, about
twelve miles west ot lieu Blull. itev. P. 1.. Car
Lasl Sunday afternoon In Woodland Mr. Kob
ert Warren and Miss Emma Broady weie joined
in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Key. XV.
Mis. Herman Keese and Mis. Henry Wreden,
of this city, aie visiting Mrs. Coveiy al Sauia
Brigadier-General K. H. Orion arrived In Santa
Citiz Wednesday at noon and was received by
oner 1.e1.e and stall.
Mrs. J. UHlson, wife of the Secretary of the
Judsuu Iron v. oiks, Is spending some time 111
Los Angeles visiting relatives and In nils. Mis.
unison will go to Kedoudo, Catullus, Sauia
Monica and i oniona beioie returning borne,
Mrs. Adley li. Cummins and Miss Genevieve
Cummins have re urned from Tamalpais and
will shortly occupy, llieir newly built residence
on Baker stieet, between i'lne and Bush.
Mr. D. 11. Haskell of the Southern Pacific Kail
road and Miss Einesliue Has ell aie enjoying
themselves at Los Angeles aud Santa Monica.
Dr. Payne is at Holel Kafael, wheie he will le
maiii until August.
Mis. W. K. Uallagber and son are having a
pleasant oiiliug In Yolo County, and will speud
soma lime in Sacramento,
Airs. D. S. Wiggins of New York arrived in
this cily Vrt-d.,l— nay lo visit relatives alter au
abseuce of twenty* one years.
Mr. 1-. Swift, Treasarar of the Bush-street
Theater, and wile lelt Wednesday evening fur a
pleasure irlp Uirougii toe Eastern stales.
The Misses Lulu and l.uictta Un.ilitu and Air.
K. P. iiooiau have returned Irom a visit lo Con
gi ess Springs aud Sau Jose.
Mr. FT. A. Brngtera, soii-ln-law i.t Mr**. Perter
gather ul Oakland, Is at the 11. Tel Veudome, san
Colonel A. E. Cochran came up from Sin Diego
yesterday and left who hi*. laiUly ioi lnseouuiiy
issldeuce m Soiioina County.
Miss Bessie Hooker lias lelurned from a visit
10 Hie Misses i'leice at then counliy home, Ben
.Colonel and Mis. Charles Sonutag are visiting
Mrs. Justus Ureely came down from Marys
vllle on Wednesday to see Mis. .N. I). Hideout,
who was so seriously Injured lv Tuesday's run
Sir. and Mrs. Carlualou. Miss Cloilne Cailng
tou and Air. Otis Caiiugiou ol Oakland are at
Mrs. H. Clay Miller, Miss Kose Miller and Mr.
11. Clay Miller Jr. have returned from their visit
to Los Angeles.
Colonel and Mrs. James Forney returned to
Mare Island last Tuesday li .un their li ip to Yo
Mis. M. Seymour Severance has returned from
• Mr. J. A. Soell has been visiting bis parents at
their ranch near Los Galos.
Major Levi Chase aud Mrs. Chase bare ar
rived in Ibis city from the Yosemlle Valley. -
Bishop Vladimir of Alaska, lha head of the
Itiissiaii Church on this Coast, accompanied by
his secretary, Suvocenlz, and acolyte Kaienell.
has gone to Mount Hamilton and will slay lv
Santa Clara Valley for a lew days.
Air. aod Airs. I. A. Andeison of San Francisco
have moved to Alameda aud will reside on Hu
gent stieet, south uf Sau Jose avenue.
Mr. and Mis. J. P. Hale leave lua lew days for
Ihe Hotel del Moute, where ihey will spend lhe -
season. * * ' ' r ■
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Shepherd of retaluma are
visiting here -
Miss Lulu I .iidley of this city Is the guest of
Mr. aud Airs. F. G. Beatly of Nevada City.
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THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY. JULY 11, _.90-EIGHT PAGES.
ACROSS THE BAY.
The Standard Company's Tanks
Not Covered by the Law.
Drawing of a New Trial Jury — Oakland's
Population— Funeral cf P. D. Wigginton.
A Reform School for Boys Needed.
The Standard Oil Company commenced
the erection of storage tanks for refined
petroleum and a brick warehouse fur the
same on Block 703. West Oakland, under a
resolution of the City Council about six
mouths ago. The residents of the vicinity
were loud in protestations, but the com
pany proceeded with the work. A large
iron tank was built outside the warehouse,
and some six weeks ago C. A. Watson, the
agent and manager of the company, was
arrested under an ordinance of ISSO, pro
hibiting tho storage of a larger amount of
petroleum than 1000 gallons in any one
place. A decision was rendered yesterday
by Justice Ilenshaw in the Police Court,
discharging Watson on the ground that the
ordinance does not cover the case. Judge
Henshaw suggested that the matter might
be remedied by a uew ordinance and recom
mended to the Chief Engineer of the Fire
Department and the City Attorney to have
such an ordinance prepared.
Some of the Oakland contractors have
been importing carpenters from other
places and the carpenters belonging to the
union claim to have captured some of the
A NEW TRIAL JURT.
A new trial jury was drawn iv Judge
Gibson's department yesterday to serve
three months. The panel is as follows:
Alameda Township— Day, J. M.
Robertson, Samuel Powell, George C. Belle,
W. P. Uiilon. Brooklyn Township—Rich
ard Dowling, il. Y. Stewart, William
Brown, A. Fonte, Henry Abernetby. Eden
Township — J. If. Janueson, William Grih
ben. Murray Township —W. Gregory,
Philip Ellis, Mark Agar. Oakland Town
ship— P. .Marsh, Philip Kogers, B. Jud
ell, Palmer A. Towne. \\. G. Tripp. Daniel
Kenton, William F. Kroll. John Curtis, B.
S. Marston, W. W. Winant, Robert Brand,
J. C. Covlidge, James Brennan, A. D.
Pryal. P. 0. Conner, Elisha Lambert, Levi
Flint, John Fisher, George Schmidt, W. S.
Lewis, S. F. Daniels, William Berry, W. 1)
Heatou, W. 11. Siedentopb. Washington
Township— William Barry.
Tayler Stull. who was held In the Police
Court last week to answer to the charge of
manslaughter, for killing A. J. Lawrence
two weeks ago in a saloon un Seventh
street, was released from the County Jail
yesterday on SIOOO bail.
A dispatch from Superintendent of the
Census Anderson at Sacramento, states
that errors have been discovered which
raises the enumeration of Oakland to over
18,000. Oaklanders think this is still 10,000
to 12,000 under the actual population.
THE .VIGGINTI.X FUNEIt-.L.
There was a very large attendance at the
funeral of the late leader of the American
party of California, P. D. Wiggintnn. A
service conducted by the Rev. C. VY. Wendte
was held at the family residence before
going to tbe Masonic Temple, where the
exercises of the Knights Templar were con
ducted by Eminent Commander C. F.
Burnham of OaKland Conimandery, No. 11.
A eulogy was delivered by Associate Jus
tice Charles N. Fox of the Supreme Court.
The temple was handsomely decorated with
(lowers and many beautiful lloral tributes
were added. A quartet composed of
George 11. Carlton, 11. A. Meloin, Benjamin
Clark and 11. A. Red field sang '-Come Unto
Me" and "Come Ye Disconsolate." The
pall-bearers were: J. M. Shannon, J. P.
Irish, J. G. James, F. (I. Berry, aud from
the Knights Templar A. W. hop, William
.lift, W. K. Hale and W. F. Fletcher.
■ Judge Gibson yesterday morning com
mitted Narc.-so Biggi to the County Jail
lor refusal to pay his divorced wile $_0 ali
mony. During the afternoon Biggi con
cluded he did not want to remain in jail,
and paid the money to Sheriff Hale, aud
The Coroner's jury rendered a verdict
last evening that Mis. Gulbies came to her
death from wounds s.-lf-iuilicted during a
fit of temporary insanity.
A KEFOIiM SCHOOL NEEDED.
It is again urged that a reform school is
needed In Oakland very badly. There is
in v,' about a dozen incorrigible boys in the
City Prison who should be in a reforma
tory. They are out and in for petty pilfer
ing. They are at liberty only a few days
when they steal some trivial thing appar
ently lor the purpose of being returned to
jaiL Four of them were arrested yesterday
afternoon for stealing a large monkey
wrench. When charged with stealing it
they admitted the fact. They also carried
away twenty-five sacks from the Gas-light
The City Attorney and the Mayor had a
conference yesterday with reference to the
question ot the legal, of tho Board of
Public Works acting as Street Commission
ers, aud they are inclined to agree with
Commissioner Fitzgerald that the board
cannot legally do so. They will hold an
other coulercnce in a few days, after a fur
ther examination of the law.
Mrs. D* C. Bush has sued for divorce, on
the grounds of extreme cruelty and Intem
perance. Tbey were married in St. Louis
lilteen yeats ago, but have no childreu.
BACK FROM A VACATION*.
J. T. Carothers of West Oakland, ex-
Couucilmun and General Baggage-master of
tl.e Southern Pacific Company, returned
home yesterday after a vacation of some
weeks in the East. He says that there is a
great deal of suffering from the intense
heat, it is said that a banquet will be
given him next Monday evening by his
friends and admirers.
The charge*. against Mrs. Forsyth were
dismissed yesterday, no one appearing, and
her friends are more Indignant than ever at
her treatment by her employers. As she is
averse to making any trouble the matter
'will probably be dropped, but it seems an
outrage that a respectable woman should
be compelled to remain a night in prison
because she asks to be paid a small balance
due her for work performed.
The reiort of the Artesian Water Com
mittee to the Committee of Ono Hundred
will be made at a meeting of tho General
( ommitte this evening.
Manuel Mello sued C. W. Brad.-haw yes
terday to recover i'M) and to foreclose a
mortgage on three lots in Livermore.
CITY PS-SOS ADDITION.
The addition to the City Prison for tlie
discharge of prisoners from the patrol
wagon to the prison off the street has been
commenced. Heretofore and now the
wagon drives up in front of the City Hall
at Fourteenth and Washington streets, and
a crowd gathers every time a prisoner is
brought in. The wagon will drive into the
prison yard and the gate will be closed.
The Albany Hotel property lias been sold
by Joseph Macdonough to H. D. Bacon for
S--00.000. The realty is said to have cost
.Mr. Macdonough 800,000 and the hotel,
which was only completed the first of the
year, $80,000 more, a total of 31*10,000
so Hint he cleat, about $60,000. Ue bo light
it about four years ago.
Ii is stated thut there will be plenty of
room for all the pupils nt the opening of
the High School term, notwithstanding the
impression abroad lhat there would not be
Mayor Glascock has returned to his du
ties afler his vacation, and Mr. Collins is
now simply President of the Council.
THE IIOXI) ORDINANCE.
: At a meeting of the City Council last
evening the bond ordinance was discussed
nt length. The electric-light, tbe sewer and
salt-water sprinkling propositions were
stricken out and the ordinance passed to
print again. This will leave in it the Lake
Merritt improvement scheme. The West
Oakland marsh improvement and the School
Department improvement propositions will
be submitted to the people.
- Jack Ryan, the base-ball player, was ar
rested on Franklin street, Detween Four
teenth and Fifteenth, last evening on the
complaint of Miss Gilbert for disturbing
her peace. He deposited 320 bail and was
released. Instead of going home, he be
came drunk, and returned to the coinolain
ant's house, where he was rearrested for
being drunk and using vulgar language.
Ho gave the name of John O'Brien.
C. 11. Raymond was apprehended last
evening by Police Captain Fletcher, alter
having jumped his bail on a charge of em
bezzlement and fled from Fresno. A tele
gram was sent to City Marshal Parker,
notifying him of the arrest. Raymond Is
accused of misappropriating lodge funds.
A brief session of tin* Board of Equaliza
tion was held last evening. Another will
be held on Thursday evening.
I A llnclti_.il In Trouble.
When the steamer Humboldt docked at
Clay-street Wharf yesterday afternoon
there was the usual array of hotel-runners
and backineo to meet her. Samuel Wilt,
one of the runners, was too boisterous in
his soliciting and overstepped the bounds
and was arrested by Officer C. H. Hall for
violating the hack ordinance.
I '■'■ Must N..1 Dump on il..- Sea- Wall.
For some time past the Harbor Commis
sioners hare had complaints made to them
of people who were dumping garbage and
refuse on the sea-wall . in violation of the
law. Special Officer Beatty was detailed to
look after the offenders and yesterday after
noon he arrested Michael Barry, a cartman,
who was dumping the outcome of a cess
pool at Section 4. Timothy Dugan put up
SlO bail for Barry's release at the -North
Harbor Station. -
HE SAW STARS. |
Policeman Waterman . Meeting With a
Officer Charles 11. Waterman will in the
future steer rather shy of the next drunken
man he finds lying in the street. He will
no longer trust to such appearances of ap
parent helplessness. . The cause of his
future circumspection in such a case is due
to an experience he met with yesterday
Officer Waterman while patrolling his
beat on Union street, near Webster and the
Presidio Reservation, saw a drunken artil
lerist on a door-step. The bluecoat was
apparently dead to the world. No rousing
of the officer could bring Uncle Sam's de
fender to this mundane sphere, but after
much exertion Officer Waterman finally
succeeded in having him to understand
that be was going to take him to the ssa
This announcement had a startling effect
on the soldier. He suddenly became trans
formed, nnd the way his right hand went
out was, as Hamlet would say, "as swift
as thought." Waterman went down. He
bit the dust— not metaphorically, but liter
ally, lt was early morning and the stars
were yet blinking their little heads, hut
Waterman saw in his fail more brilliant
orbs than would appear in the constellation
of Orion seen through the Pick telescope,
or are brought together In the Union Jack
of the Star-spangled Bauner with the ad
mission of Idaho.
Two citizens saw the fail of the officer of
the law and went to his assistance. The
three succeeded in overcoming the pngilis
tically inclined soldier. At the North End
Station he gave the nnmeo. Kobert Wilson,
and when he appeared several hours later
before Police Judge Law ler he was con
victed of battery aud will be sentenced to
A Project io Have a Fleet Built
for This Port.
Trade With Japan, China and ths South
Pacific Islands to be Stimulated.
Saving to Be Effected.
It was learned yesterday that a movement .
Is on foot among gentlemen prominent in
shipping circles in this port to form a syndi
cate and have a fleet of steel or iron schoon
ers built in England which will sail from
this port across the Pacific, and to islands
and ioreign ports in the Pacilic Ocean. The
movement has been going on quietly for
some time, measures have been discussed
and it is probable that in the uear future
there will be a number of large steel
schooners brought here that will in a man
ner revolutionize tho carrying trade be
tween this port, Honolulu and other ports.
In conversation yesterday, a gentleman on
'Change, who has beeu connected with ship
ping here for the last twenty-five years,
and who is interested in the new project,
said: "I tell you 11 is a great scheme, and
it is a wonder that none of us thought of it
"There is a dearth ot good carrying
schooners on this coast now, ami there is a
held for a fleet. A friend of mine tried
hard ibis week to charter a handy vessel of
Irom Mo to TOO lous burden, but could not
"Our plans are not yet quite completed,
but will be in a few days, and then we in
tend to send an agent to England to arrange
for the building of four or live steel or iron
four-masted schooners, .say of about 1000
tons each. It is a good, square proposition,
and with the names of John D. Spreckels,
John Kosenield, A. Chesebrough, or other
well-known merchants at the bend of the
enterprise, there will bo no doubt of raising
all the capital we nny need in England
itself if wo should so desire.
"We can watch for a time of depression
among the British ship-builders, and cau
gel steel vessels built for one-third less
than we can get wooden ones constructed
on this coast. Why, you can't get a soft
wood thip built iii Nova Scotia or on tho
Eastern coast for less than £10 per ton.
The .fine barkentine Irmg.ird, Unit was re
cently built at Port Blakelcy and Is now
hole, is of i*'_. tons burden, and cost in
round figures $50,000, or over £15 a tou.
"Now 1 am satisfied that in times of de
pression we can get our steel or iron ves
sels built in England, or at Belfast, or on
the Clyde for £7.per ton. Why, the new
British ship Engelhoru, as line a ship as
ever entered this port, only cost JE*. ss. ■
ton to build. Of course the vessels will fly
the Biitish or some other foreign flag;
they'll have to.
" 1 tell you these schooners will be a great
thing for the trade of this port. We don't
care for the coast trade as there are only
three or four ports on the coast anyhow;
San Diego, Portland and ports on the bound,
but shall run to Japan and China and Hon
olulu and open up trade with islands in the
South l'acific and give an impetus to trade.
Tho schooners will be large carriers, have
four masts, carry a small crew and be htted
with all the latest appliances. They can be
run at half the expense of wooden ones.
There will be no calking required every
trip, but once in a while they will go on the
dry -dock to be scraped and get a coat of
paint and tallow. They will last too half
as long again as wooden vessels and the in
surance will be light. Some time next year
you may expect to see the advance guard of
our fleet of steel schooners here."
ELBCiIOKS AND INSTALLATIONS.]
The following officers elected to .erve for
tho current term in Confidence Lodge, No.
2282, Knights of Honor, were duly installed
on Tuesday evening by C. H. llolcomb, 1).
I). G. 1). : Peter Tautphaus, I). ; Samuel
Mayer, V. D. ; Hermann Kicbter, A. 1).;
Harry J. Bask, li. ; Edmund Baruickel, F.
It.; Butler Burris, T. *. Prank V.. Brown,
C. ; Hugh G. Jai man, G. ; Louis Koseiiberg,
Guardian; Kobert Peters, S. ; William
Sollmanu, S. P. 1).
Pohonachee Tribe, No. 10, Improved Or
der of Ked Men, has elected the following
officers lor the ensuing term: Fred J. John
son, S. ; C. G. Norden, S. S. ; M. Lundberg,
J. S. ; M. Campbell, li of K. ; C. T. Poulter,
V. C; J. L. Bowen, K. of W. ; J. B. Can
trell, P.; J. 1. Bowes, Henry Lukes, XV.
C. Johnson, William M. Belts, M. Camp
bell, William Betts, J. B. Cautrell, repre
sentatives to Great Council.
J. O. Jephsou, 1). 1). G. 1)., Installed the
following officers of Archer Lodge, No.
.riiKi, Knights of Honor, on Monday even
ing la**t: H. F. Gasque, D.: T. Kelly, V. D.;
T. L. Fleming, A. 1). G. U. Pratt, P.; 11.
Glissmati, F. J*.; 11. Scho6uberg, T. ; G. H.
A. Dimple), C. ; C. Petersen, G. ; 1. Ja
Harmony Lodge, No. 9, A. 0. U. W., has
installed the following officers for the cur
rent term: James Maciuuis, M. W. ; 11. >*
Green, F. ; I). Uuherty, O. ; J. A. Grewziu,
lldr. ; J. F. Sihwarting, P.: C. Schweriu,
P.cvr. ; James Keade, G. ; E. A. Smith, 1. S.
XV.; T. J. Foley, U.S. W. ; C. MeCnlgan,
O. ; George Adam and F. F. Lord. M. Ex. 'a.
At ii regular meeting of Court Inter Nos,
No. 735:1, A. O. F. of A., the following offi
cers were elected to serve for the current
term: Thomas 11. Gatiter Jr.. .1. P. C. H. ;
E. J. Baker. C. I_ ; A. J. Newton, S. C. It. ;
.lames V. Hailett, F. S. ; James H. _ ever,
lt. S.: John Petersen, T. ; J. F. Geerkin, S.
W. ; I. Wiiithrnji, J. W. ; W. U. Sharp, S.
B. ; Samuel 11. Stikes, J. li. ; W. 11.
The chiefs of Pocahontas Council. No. 3,
Degree of Pocahontas, were raised up last
Monday evening by 11. S. Winn, D, D*. as
sisted by William liotrosky, P. S., and A.
Jackson, P. S., as follows: Mrs. Tillie
Salisbury, P. : Miss Amelia Jackson, W. ;
Mis. L. Pinkb. in. Prophetess; Charles V.
Shields, Powhattan ; Miss Nettie Pinkham,
K. of II.; Mrs. M. A. Hoy, K. of W. ; Mrs.
W. Kotrosky, F. S. ; Mrs. M. Nichols. S. 8.1
(Joint Uoldeu Gale, No. C(;81, A. O. F. ot A.
bad the following olllcei installed last Tuesday
evening by .lames Dentin.. 11. C. It., assisted by
M. H. •VVascerwllz, J. P. C. X: Charles O.
Cooper, C. It.; Heury lioldbeig, & C. it.; Julius
1 .i'h. ami. F. 8. j Samuel S. Ureen, K. S. ; M. Mor-
Kenslein, T.i S. Gabriel, S. .V.; J. Berck, J. VV.;
A. l.evine, . . H. ; 1,. Altmatin, J. 11. ' • :•*
--ice following have been Installed as officers of
Young Ladies' institute Mo. 1: .lis. J. P.
bweeuev. P.; Miss Nellie Dufour, F. V. P.; Miss
Kiltie Landers, 8. V. P.; Miss Susie Kacau, M. I
Miss Sophie Uiole, K. 8.; Miss Kittle liegan, K.
S.; Mrs. A. J. Dlielhg. 'P.; Trustee— Miss Maggie
liegan (Chairman), Mist May Mluulaan, Miss
Josie llnjes, ansa Maggie lloche, Miss Klllle
Gleaauu. * ■■ ■
C_rele«n Driving;. . 1
1..],,. '1';..,.,...- ii _ .1.1.... n r _ 1.1 :.., *j I
.101111 iierney, me uriver 01 a pcuuier a
wagon, was arrested yesterday for care
lessly driving over a man, who was work
ing on* the new Potrero-street railway.
Tlerney was taken to tho Southern Police
Station and hooked on a charge nf battery.
The injured man was taken to his home.
Smith Will Uncover. '.
Charles A. Smith, the barber who shot
himself in his shop -on : Fifth street on
Wednesday, was yesterday removed from
the Receiving to the City and County Hos
pital. 'The surgeons at the latter place say
he Is doing well.
DRILL FOR BOYS.
It Would Be a Boon to the Work
A Project for Drilling Poor Boys — West
Point in Prospect— An English
Among the new measures proposed by the
Board of Visitors to the military academy
at West Point is one having for its object
the formation of military academies in each
of the States. The scheme contemplates,
when such schools are provided, that the
graduating classes shall go each year to the
academy for a higher examination and a
superior military education. The claim of
the advocates of this plan is that with such
institutions throughout the land the gradu
ates of West Point will far excel a similar
class of students at either of the two great
English academies, Woolwich nud Sand
hurst, or auy other similar schools ou the
The subject of a military training for all
of the boys in the country has lately been
broached, with the view of providing a
suitable and healthy means of recreation
for the boys of the laboring classes in par
ticular, alter their day's work is over. It is
claimed that in every one of our large
towns the manufactories, shops and offices
turn out into the streets • thousands of
young fellows full of life, spirit and en
ergy, capable of being most usefully em
ployed ii rightly directed, and equally liable
to be misdirected into channels of vice and
crime. In Portland, Me*, for several years
there has beeu a company made up of boys
of the poorest class whicli has been
A OIIKAT SUCCESS.
The boys not oul.\ drill remarkably well
for youngsters of their age, some of them
being only a little larger than the rifles
placed in their hands, but they learn sell
respect, subordination, punctuality, smart
ness, and most of those qualities wiiich are
so essential to success in lilt*. A term of
such drill, short though it may be in many
cases, can hardly fail to have a beneficial
effect on their future life and conduct. In
stead of finding their only amusement in
tin: unquestionably dangerous attractions of
the slieets at night they soon seem to feel
thut they have an object in life apart from
the mere drudgery ot daily labor.
In Euglaud Major Foruyce has been in
strumental in raising what he terms cadet
battalions, which are not composed of the
sweepings of the slums by any manner of
means, but the members are all (rum the
working class, aud are personally inspected
and approved before enrollment. When
these boys first came together little seemed
to be thought by the individuals of their
personal appearance, but gradually it be
came a matter of reproach for any boy to
appear at drills without a clean collar and
a necktie. This is, of course, a small thing,
but it gives evidence of a desire for personal
cleanliness and self-respect, aroused by lhe
smartness inseparable from the conduct of
a well-disciplined battalion.
ln addition to the drill-hall there can be a
reading-room, where games can be played
or books read. Gymnastic appliances, shoot
ing-galleries, signal Hags and other similar
practical things could also be furnished at
a very reasonable cost. Instruction in tak
ing c.re of the wounded, the resuscitation
ol the apparently drowned, and oti.er such
subjects incidental to a well-conducted corps
have not only proved interesting
TO TUE NOVICE,
But aie extremely useful things
to kuow, whether the future career
be thai of soldier, sailor, or civilian. In
England it has frequently been remarked
that thousands of y ouug men prefer cricket,
fool-ball aud other field sports lo volunteer
ing. Major Fordycu seems to be of the
opinion that this is because such early fa
cilities are offered for the practice of these
games that by the time the boys are old
enough to join tlie volunteers their prefer
ence ior field sports has been so confirmed
thai volunteering is put to one side. The
extension of the cadet battalion system, It is
thought, will be likely to remove this lack
of patriotism to a great extent, and while
not causing the young men to neglect their
games, will place volunteering upon more
equal terms al the start.
if young meu learu their drill when be
tween fourteen aud eighteen years of age.
they are never likely to forget its lessons,
ami lite physical advantages of such exer
cise to growing youth are too obvious to
need remarking upon. The Australian
governments have recognized the vast im
portance of training the youths of those
countries for the future delense of the colo
nies iv thai portion of the globe, and have
done all in their power to foster the scheme.
Should private entet prise succsed in an
ticipating governmental action and start
the matter of organizing battalions for the
yciith of this country, the Government
would quickly recognize the value of the
idea and lend arms, equipment-, Ac, if
nut financial aid, to the undertaking. As
Captain Charles King of our army has
pointed out, the subjects of uniforms and
officers, which are generally the most prom
inent features in the minds of the youthful
soldiers, should be the last to be thought of.
By the time the seltiug-up drills and other
preliminary exercises are well advanced
A SIIU'I.E UXIIOII.M
Could be considered, and alter merit had
proved who wero best qualified for officers
they could be appointed, Because a man
or a boy learns his drill it does not neces
sarily follow that he loves war or fighting.
Training boys to the uso of arms and disci
pline will not brutalize their natures, but it
will give them a valuable training in obe
dience and manliness that could not so read
ily be attained by any other means.
Just at present both our army and navy
are meeting with more or less difficulty in
obtaining a desirable class of men who will
remain in the service alter their first enlist
ment has expired. The naval apprentice
system, excellent in many ways, does not,
however, succeed in keeping up even the
limited number of. enlisted men allowed by
law, and when the attempt is made to get
Americans to enlist after they have at
tained the ace of 21, they are not to be had
for love or money, to the extent at least
that the pay-table goes at present. Should
the proposed plan of drilling be carried
out, there would be a class of recruits who
would not desert, as a young man who has
served tour years In a cadet battalion
knows something about a soldier's life, and
if his mind be made un to adopt it profes
sionally It is probably because be has be
come imbued with a military spirit which
will last him for many years.
From this same class the navy will also
be supplied, as the maslless battle-ship re
quires that the majority of her crew shall
have instruction in other tilings than yards
and sails. The great quality of unquestion
ing obedience to orders, so necessary to
perfect discipline, will be part and parcel
of the well-drilled youth as it is of the ideal
soldier, and with a reserve of that descrip
tion to depend upon no emergency can
arise which will not find us well prepared
to meet it.
If the movement can once be fairly started,
and have proper facilities given it for grow
ing straight and strong, it would without
doubt be a lifelong blessing to thousands of
working boys throughout the country. En
trance to the .State milltarv academies pro
posed by the Board of Visitors at West
Point could be very properly made the re
ward for excelling iv the battalions of the
various towns, and a liberal education, per
haps followed by a commission in the army,
would be only n natural extension of the
system.— N. Y. Times. ;
A Young Hoy An*. aied for l*r*i*ldlii*g ft
Stuil-S.vi-r In 111** 1111*8.
Another Salvation Army row occurred
last night on the corner of Third and Mis
sion streets, resulting in another arrest for
buttery. The animated maneuvers of the
bass drum evangelist draws a large crowd
around the barracks at that place every
night. -Sometimes the young toughs In the
throng content themselves with cuying the
motley soul-savers, but sometimes they re
sort to throwing slicks and stones. Last
night Hurry Harrison, a boy of 14 years,
thought it would be fun to prod one uf the
gospel soldiers in the ribs with a stick, but
the militant exhorter seized him by the col
lar and turned him over to an officer. Young
Harrison was escorted to tho Southern Sta
tion and locked up on a charge of battery.
is*** Sudden Deaths. .
. Mrs. Maria Purves died at her home, 8%
Kate place, yesterday from heart disease.
She had been ailing for .some time and
when her son returned from bis work in
the press-room of a morning paper he found
her dead on the floor.'
William 11. Coulston, a master mariner,
CO ears of age, died yesterday morning
while sitting in a chair in a saloon at the
corner of First and. Clementina streets.
lie lived at 11 Clementina street and had
been suffering from a complication of dis
Repudiate* tin* l...*iii. !
Mrs. Mary rA. Bornemnnn, 2115 Bush
street, accuses Walter T. Baker of 8 Sixth
street of keeping three'oil-pain tings, valued
at | $1000, which | she ' says were * hers. . She
swore out a search-warrant \ yesterday for
the recovery of the pictures. According to
her story Baker and her late husband were
intimate friends, and when Baker opened a
photographic establishment on Sixth street
lie was loaned the pictures by Mr. liorne
mann. But now, sue claims, he will not
ONLY CASH NOW.
Chinese Bonds Will Not Be Ac
cepted by the Police.
The Police Court Judges issued orders
relative .to Chinese bail, which will make a
decided change among lawless highbinders,
who had grown reckless under the old sys
tem, which insured their release from
prison on worthless bonds.
Judge Joachimsen stated that hereafter
the rule in his department would be that in
all cases of assault to murder, assault with
a deadly weapon and carrying concealed
weapons nothing but cash bail would be ac
Judge Lawler announced that in every
Chinese case, whether of felony or misde
meanor, the defendant will be required to
deposit cash bail to secure his freedom.
The two highbinders arrested Wednesday
evening for currying immense revolvers are
consequently in jail, their bail having been
fixed at $1000 cash each. They are unable
to give that amount, so they will be present
when wanted for trial.
Since the fines for gambling, assault, etc.,
were raised by the Pol. Judges the Chi
nese defendants have been getting out of
jail on straw bonds which could never be
collected. By this scheme the city lost co n
siderable every month. This was why ar
rests had few terrors for highbinders, and,
again, they would not appear when called
for sentence, some miserable wretch, unable
to work, frequently answering to the cul
prit's name and receiving the punishment
for a paltry sum.
A still worse feature of dealing with Chi
nese offenders was the attitude invariably
taken by their attorneys. Sureties were al
ways guaranteed by the counsel, who often
proved to be worthless.
' AKMY MITES.
C.iut.i for the tlctentlnn of Pay—Cross
ing the Border Line.
With regard to the new law designed to
prevent desertions from tho army and on
account thereof regulations have had to bo
amended in the following respects:
1503. The retained pay provided for In sec
tions 1281 and 1282, Kevised Minutes, and in
Section 1 of the act approved June C, 1890, Is
forfeited lur the folkrwiug causes:
1. Desertion during the period of enlistment.
2. When discharged under sentence of general
court- martial or alter completion of imprison
ment extending beyond terms of service, or by
order In. in the War Department, specifying for
feiture, or because ol imprisoutneui by tie civil
3. When discharged for minority concealed at
enlistment, or for other cause Involving fraud In
enlistment, or for disability caused by his owu
The cause of forfeiture of retained pay will be
slated on the muster, and pay tolls and on lhe
final statements ol the soldier.
General orders Issued from headquarters
of the army publish the provisional agree
ment entered into for one year for the re
ciprocal crossing of the international boun
dary line by the regular Federal troops of
the United States and of the republic of
-Mexico in pursuit of hostile Indians. In
dian scouts of the American Government
will only be allowed to cross the line as
guides and trailers, unarmed and not ex
ceeding 111 any case two scouts for each
company or each separate command. The
reciprocal crossing shall only occur in the
unpopulated or desert parts of the boun
dary line, defined to be all those points
which are nt least ten kilometers distant
from any encampment or town of either
country, but none shall tako place from
Capital! Leal, on the Mexican side of the
Kio Bravo, above Piedras Negras, to the
mouth of the Kio Grande. The pursuing
force shall retire to its own authority as
soon as it shall have fought the band of
which it is in pursuit or have lost its trail.
The troops consisting of six companies of
infantry, two light batteries of artillery
and two troops of cavalry arrived at Mon
terey after their march on the morning of
the 2J inst. They are encamped under the
oaks near the Del Monte.
.Captain Jesse M. Dee, Xinth Infantry,
and First Lieutenant F. XV. Sibley, Secoud
Cavalry, have each beeu granted two
months' leave of absence.
First Lieutenant John M. Neall, Fourth
Cavalry, has been detailed as recruiting
oflicer at Fort Bidwell, Cal.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
The obelisk In Loudon cannot stand the cli
Chile has decided to purchase fourteen Krupp
batteries al a cost of $SUU, OOU.
The school-teachers of Cincinnati have not
beeu paid their salaries sine. Api 11,
Iteceut finest fires In the mountains of New
Mexico nave caused Immense damage.
It Is said that trees covered with moss are
specially apt to be struck by llgninlug.
Deer are reported unusually numerous all
through the "down l.as; region" in Maine.
Six dollars and a quarter a month, "with the
piivilegc of dining hi the bouse," were the wages
paid to a governess lv Yorkshire.
A Texas editor has been sent to Jail for lying.
If this was the law* 111 all States many new prisons
would have 10 be built to accommodate us.
The largest contingent of recruits ever de
manded by the Kusslan War Offlee, 370,000, was
lixed for the next enrollment by the latest ukase.
The largest sheep ranch in lhe world is In lhe
Counties of Webb and Dlmnet iv Texas, ii con
tains upward of 4UU.UUU acres, aud yearly
pastilles 800,001) sheep.
The new bridge authorized by Congress lobe
bulll across the Hudson Klver, between Unit
York and Jersey City, will be 7000 feel long and
hive one central span 2850 feet in length.
Their Is a flourisliln. Japanese club In New
Yolk, of which nearly every uatlve of Java n lv
the city is a member. Ihe President is the pres
ent Vicel'i.iisul. Teijno Kilo, who ls 30 years
old and married.
A New lurk Judge tins sent a man to prison
for louiiei'ii years for stealing 10 cents, He
might Just as well given tiiiu a year fur each cent.
His action wouldn't have been laughed at auy
more than 11 is at present.
During the financial year closing on M.y Ist
the German Government received asurmusof
000,000 from the Imperial post and tele
graph department, and of Ibis 0,000 from
lhe impeiial pi tilling oilice.
A Pennsylvania minister, says the St. Paul
Globe, has invented an air brake that will apply
to any kind of .1 vehicle, 11 is claimed, lf it can
be applied to travel on the road to ruin It will
meet Hie great 11 ed for whicli pulpit* operate.
A now element, named "damarla," Is said to
have been discovered hi Ihuciaier of au extinct
v..,.- .11... In l i.miai .il.in.l. It Is reported tv have
.111 atomic weight of only 0.5, or half that of oxy
_i*n. and theieiure it is Hie lightest known sub
Tiie acreage of sorghum In Kansas Is reported
at 10,700 acres, against I*3oo acres last year.
The crup is iv good condition, aud the pioducl is
almost entirely Contracted for by the different
companies at ptlces ranging Iloin $150 to j.'J"
The custom of lifting tne hat Bad Its origin
when it was customary for knights never to ap
pear in public except lti full armor. Il became
the custom, however, for a kniahi, upon entering
an assembly of friends, to remove Ins helmet,
signifying, "1 am sale In the picseuce ol my
The English crown Is made up of diamonds,
rubles, sapphires, pearls and emeralds, set ln
silver and gold bauds. Il weighs 30 ounces and
5 penny weights, troy. In it there are 3452 dia
monds. 273 pearls, 8 tubies, 17 sapphires and 11
A child was boru to Mrs. George Buckles of
Lima, Ohio, with six toes on each fool. The
peculiarity Is the doubling ol each little toe. Tiie
little fellow Is healthy and lively. The mother
has six lues, and her mother also had the same
The death plant of Java has flowers which con
tinually give oil a perfume so powerful as to
com-. if lulialcd for any length of lime, a
full-grown man, and widen kills all forms oi in
sect life that approaches close enough 10 come
under lis influence.
The largest and heaviest building stone ever
quarried in England was taken Irom the I'l m.
iiigton quarry, near Norwich, In February, 1830;
ll was iv one piece, without crack or flaw, and
weighed over thirty live lous; it was 15 feel loug,
6 feel high and 5 feel wld _.
Wallace isullsbuiy Jr. of Little York, Cortland
County, N. ... has been annoyed for some time
by strange and unaccountable uulses about lhe
house, ll was the source of much annoyance
and mystery until he tore off some clapboards
near the eaves and lound a family ot 107 bats.
A young lady of a, I****ll . observed by the road
side a wild rose, upon one of the branches of
which was growing a small bunch of burs,
healthy and pei led in every particular, as was
also the rose biaucb to which they were sin
mil. a. inched. A Leak of nature which Is uu
At last week's sitting of the Academy of Med
icine, M. Laborde of the Paris faculty an
nounced ids discovery of a new auajstiieilc,
which lie calls crystallized narcelo. A solution
of ihis substance sends the patient Into a sound
sleep free from vomiting or digestive derange
ment and wll bout subsequent torpor. - So far ex
periments have beeu couilued 10 rabbits.
"Looking Backward" la beginning to bear
fruit. Twelve youug ladles of Indianapolis, em
ployed lv stores and offices, have rented a suite
of twelve rooms and aie living on the Bellamy
plan. * Inch pays into the treasury $3 per week,
and a cook Is employed to prepare meals. In r
addition, each ts assessed 26 cents for a con
tingent fund, which it held to meet unusual ex
penses, Ibe young ladles room In couplet, and
each week two of them are appointed purveyors.
The only time they are all together Is at suoper,
but they are contented aud enjoy ihelr way of
I** wiird f..r i* ii.a.rter. I
Captain Byron Wilson, U. S. N., com
manding ibe receiving-ship Independence,
has notified the Harbor Police that Kobert
Elliott Wad.', coxswain in - the United
States Navy, has deserted from the vessel,
and offers £10 reward for his arrest. Wade
is a native of Baltimore, 50 years of age,
and weighs 104 pounds. lie has the letters
M. A. tattooed on bis right arm, and a
female head on bis left leg. Uu also has a
scar on bis chin, r : * . . ' . :
' Get yonr want ad. ' ready . for bund*,, 's
Arrangements Being Made for
Th, Programme .of Entertainment Agreed
Upon— Process: on, Fireworks and Ball
The various committees of the Native
Sons of the Golden West, appointed to de
vise a programme for Admission day exer
cises, are about ready to report to the Joint
Committee, which has the full matter in
charge. The various plans and reports will
be heard at a meeting at Pioneer Hall to
night. • - :-'"•'..
The Decoration Committee of the celebra
tion has accepted the following designs for
several flags, which are to be _.x-l_ inches:
Design No. The flag of the California Re
public, or Dear Has.
Design No. 2— Original badge of the Older of
alive Sons ol Ihe Golden West, consisting of a
grizzly bear suspended by chains from a bar,
and a single star.
Design _>'o. 3— Two vaqueros lassoing a grizzly
hear, the i inks of Mount Shasta showing in lhe
Design No. _— Central figures of Pioneer and
Native .Sou clasping bauds, surrounded by scenes
resenting the Golden Gate, etc.
Design No. s— The letters F. L. C. In center
of shield, with allegorical scenes surrounding
Design No. C— Great seal of California.
Design No. 7— The uoilli star, wlili grizzly
bear iv foreground.
On Wednesday night next there will be a
meeting, at which a design for a municipal
arch, to be placed at Ninth and Market
streets, will be selected.
, The country parlors are said to be even
more interested than the people of San
Fraucisco and especially strenuous efforts
are being nude by the _.apa people to make
the event a success.
Chairman Fred W. Lees of the Excursion
Committee Hill to-niglit report a plan for
an excursion on the bay. Three large ferry
boats will be chartered. The Decorating
and Hall committees are proceeding unin
terruptedly with their work. A number of
fine designs in decoration will soon be sub
mitted to the committees.
The arrangements being made by the En
tertainment Committee of Native Sous have
at last assumed definite shape. Last even
ing the committee met at the _.. S. G. XV.
headquarters, Pioneer Building, and con
cluded on the programme lor the celebra
tion of Admission day in this city. Eugene
F. Bert presided at the meeting. The main
features of the entertaining of visiting
members of the order as well as of the fes
tivities were discussed.
Un September tith visitors will begin to
arrive and on the afternoon of that day bul
letins will be issued. The festivities will
begin later in the evening at Union square,
which will be beautifully decorated with
bunting, streamers, flags, fairy lights and
Japanese lanterns for the event. The I'ark
Band will discourse a specially selected
programme, and between the several musi
cal numbers magnificent fireworks displays
will be made. The various drill. corps of
the Native Sons will give a flambeau exhi
bition drill at the same time.
Sunday afternoon the i'ark Band, augu
mented by several instruments, will give a
grand sacred concert tor the delight of the
thousands who are expected to assemble In
the music auditorium. Colonel Crocker and
the railroad officials are attending to this
Monday, September Bth, will De occupied
during tlie afternoon by receptions and en
tertainments at the respective headquarters
of visiting and local parlors. Fraternal
greetings will thus be exchanged. There
ill also be an excursion on the bay and out
side the Heads.
Tuesday, September 9th, will bo the
grandest nay of all. There will be a grand
street parade in the morning, literary ex
ercises in the afternoon at the Grand Ooera
House, a ball in the Mechanics' Pavilion
and fireworks at Haight-street base-ball
grounds. The display of fireworks is in
tended to relieve the pressure on the Pavil
ion, as only a portion of the visitors and
their city hosts can be accommodated, so
large will be the number of applicants for
admission to the dance. This will conclude
Tho Literary Committee also met last
night and discussed the programme for the
exercises, but arrived at uo definite conclu
sion. . . '■- Vr,
Tho Joint Committee of Native Daughters
assembled for business at the same hour in
the headquarter. , Pioneer building.
Mrs* ('. S. Baker was selected to receive
visiting Native Daughters.
It was decided to establish headquarters
for visitors at the Palace Hotel. Mrs. H.
M. Greene, the Secretary, will be in attend
ance there from 9 o'clock in the morning
till 5 in the afternoon for the beu.fit of the
Native Daughters from the interior.
Every day t li.'l A 1.1. lias mure want ads.
11l .1) nny oilier city paper has on Sandny.
DIKECTOR D-t-MAB- VOTE.
It Is In I'i.rliciil.r I*. 11. .ii.i to Settle a
C. rtaln Little matter.
The Board of Education will hold a spe
cial meeting some time to-day at the resi
dence of Director James Denman on Web
ster street. This action is caused by the pe
culiar stand which four of the members of
the board have taken in relation to the Girls'
High School Quarters.
The school should open next Monday
and as matters are now there is no provision
made for tin* accommodation of the pupils,
.our of the Directors are in favor of using
the Hayes Valley Primary School for the
purpose and seveu want the Grant Primary
set apart for the high school. Director
Tanis is away, and Director Denman has
hi-*- ill for some time. . •*'■
The latter is said to be the seventh mem
ber in favor of the Grant Primary School,
but owing to his illness it has been impos
sible to have his vote on the proposition in
order to over-rule Director Stone's quartet,
which favors the Hayes Valley School. By
holding the meeting ut .Mr. Deuu.an's house
the matter cau be settled.
"The Call.* l'r.ini Dictionaries.
The Call, has received another consign
ment of the "Allen" edition of Webster's
Unabridged Dictionary, which is being for
warded as rapidly as possible to subscrib
ers whose orders are on file. These books
are substantially bound in leather, beauti
fully embossed, and in quality of paper
and excellence of workmanship are a per
fect marvel. . .. -*
A Juvenile Brm_»_lt. William Katwell, a
boy, who was ariested for nuiglaiyof the prem
ises of K. K. 1 way, at 20 Bryant street, on May
Ist, williilinw li**. 1 lea 111 Judge Shatter's depart
ment yesteiday and (leaded not guilty. He will,
therefore, be tiled by a Jury.
Citizens aie free to visit the new Ice factory
011 Eighth street aud see for themselves that at
last an opposition has come to stay, and that
there will be no excuse tor drinking dangerous
water hereafter. - ■ •
llKr.TEhiNfl lias the only reliable methods to
fit defective sight. 4.7 Kearuy street. *
Era _ Tare's Mam...— Kiiuna rage, a woman
who has leci'iilly developed a mania for order
ing large amounts if costly articles of raiment
fn.ui various stoics, was adjudged Insane yes
terday and sent to the news Asylum.
* Always Use Piatt' a Chlorides
for household disinfection. You will like it. *
State Mining Bubeav.— A stone ax picked
np In Apache land has been donated by John 11.
Udwny of Arizona to Hie State Mining Buieau
Museum. ■ ; ..'.-■
PEOPLE -WITH REPULSIVE AND UGLY COM-
PLEX l Ofi is can never be objects of admiration.
. Uence ■_
TO BE BEAUTIFUL
One must be possessed of the first great requisite,
which is a sktu pure a« Uie driven snow, aad
LILY-WHITE TIN I j
Blended with just enough pink to make the face
lovely to behold. These Irresistible charms al-
ways follow the use of
A peerless remedy for the removal of blotches snd
unsightly eruptions from the skin, leaving ths com-
plexion a FASCINATING __I_l_A_.C_.
tnr For sate by druggists generally. Beware of
Imitations. - '.*'•'; '"_ '£ "'
Glenn's Sulphur Soap will be son thy mall
for 30 eta. by C. N. CKITTE-iTON, sole pro-
prietor, 115 Fulton St.. New York. ■>.-.- >*«
. ■ . . jelhtf MoFr ■__;■;
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fipt PANTS TO ORDER
ill A For $3.50 and '.']": : '~
; TuUrnSTYLISH SUITS TO OBDEB
f PANTS TO ORDER
For $3.50 aiv <l
STYLISH SUITS TO OBDEB
For $ 1 5.00 is
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■J. I 308 Stockton SL *
<^_» Branch:; 424 Kearny SL
''RY THEM! PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
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Friday mtvxlr 11, 1890.
At 11 o'clock a. m., on premises, , » - *
3*B Hubbard Street, between Second and
Third, Howard and *'olson_, ■ - . v
SO HEAD OF HUM, AND SOUND IHUV-
-INO AND WOKK BOM— B,
This stock Is guaranteed to be well broke to single
and double harness and sound. Parties desiring
stock or the above class will do well to call and ex-
amine this stock on the day ot sale.
rjyiu iit FEOOMBEKG A CO.. Auctioneers.
FBEE TO ALL PURCHASERS
■r*_^l_ljfff .fl--*^** "**^*\b^r -TflCvTi i -Fli-j*--? 1^-^-.*^-"---**rVr^-* - -
ON THE GROUNDS,
SATURDAY JULY IS, 1890.
46 Q fUI ROUND TRIP TICKETS «_Q (lfl
xffO.UU For Return Same Day. «J)O.UU
07* Tickets ci.i.d for return the follow Ine
Sunday or Mouday, 84 round trip.
EXCURSION TRAIN leaves foot of Market s'reet
(Narrow-gauge boat), at __U a. k. Retnrnln..
leaves Santa Cruz at 5:15 f.m. Tickets obtained at
tin Market st. and at Narrow- ticket offices.
Train leaves Kan Jose at 10 a. St. Fare, round
trip, $2 55. Leaved Los Uatos at 10:21; fare, round
trip, *1 75.
SCKFSIDE .routs tbe famous CLIFF
DRITE; ml joins GARFIELD I'ARK,
overlooks MOMERKY BAY; ison lin
now extension of the PACIFIC AYE-
NUE STREET RAILWAY, is a short
distance from the BOKIBEBB CENTER
and the BATHING BEACH aud THE
HANDSOMEST TRACT OF LAND IN
TERMS OF SALE.
ONE-THIRD CASH: one-third In one year: one-
tblrd in two years. Ten per rent payable at date or
sale. Title perfect. Abstract Inrnisbed. Ten days
allowed ror search.
FREE COLL'TOT. BAUD OF MUSia
624 Market Street, San Francisco.
TO. BUT'__K_i__D Auctioneer.
BOVEE, TOY & CO.,
Real Estate Agents aad General Auctioneers.
OFFICE AND SAI.KSKO OS.
19 Mo_itson_.or Street
MONDAY JULY I_, 1890
At l'J o'clock ii. a; salesroom.
Lot anil iinjuovt-mentr.. No. 713 Taylor St., bet.
Suitor and Hnsb— This property Is very centrally
located, ami can be made to return a very bar. isuinc
Income by tbe erection o( flat- it a lo.Umj-h0u..,.*
between tno lines or cars, aud only 5 minute*' walk
from Kearuy st. Examine this before tite day or
sale. Size of let, 3Uxl..7:ii.
KlVgant lii.Htlii:^ Lot.
EC side 1 Itb st., bet. Howard and Folsom— This
lot i_* well located la a very desirable par. of the
Mi-9ton; the Ho w.,rd-_t. cable line and the Foisom-
st. cars one-halt* block distant; ready to build on:
street sewered, paved and accepted by the city;
specially adapted Tor flats; see the size, :.-t:.xl_U.
. No. 5 003, bet. Webster aud r.tlinore sts. —This
property consists of two houses: front house con-
tains M rooms and the rear house A rooms, and
fronts on Bylnstou -.., and can be made to yield an
Income or $36 per mouth; 3 lines of Cable-cars
within a short distance: street wor_ all completed:
size of lot, 2*_:..xlJU.
Fin*- Prospective t.a»iiie«ts Corn or.
Size, 50:11x1-4- KS. cor. Jersey and Noe st*
Noe and Jersey sts. are both sewered, macadamized
and sldewaiked, and tbe lot Is ready to build on.
This Is a splendid opportunity to purchase a tori:.-
In the warm be't or the Mission, only 1 block from
the Castro-st. cable-cars.
l-*Klr ihi-r. Donato wn Teiifm.nt Property.
No. 70S Hue st., running to Prospect place, bet.
Stockton and Powell *is.. consisting of a house of
13 rooms -n«l at present rented tor $50 per montb.
There is sufficient vacant land on Prospect place la
build flats on. and thereby gre:ttlr IooMOS* the In-
come.. For sue of lot see catalogue; $3*oo can re-
main on the property.
Cosy Cottage In the Mlsninn Warm Kelt.
No. 8;. Liberty St., bet. Valencia ami Guerrero;
cottage of ■* i tto'ms, beautiful garden, cement side-
walk and bulkhead: in the most desirable part of
Liberty st. ; only J y block from v«li...cta-st. cable-
cars. This Is - choice lot and can be greatly Im-
proved by erecting flats; (fowl drainage; street
eewered and paved. Look at this before day of sate;
size of lot. _5x115.
Va!euc_»>st. Danlneaa Property. ■
Lot and Improvements; \Y. side Valencia St., No.
1410, bet. _sth and 26th sts. This property Is now
suitable for business and should M Improved by
building flats with stores below, and ..ill readily
rent and pay good Interest on tbo money Invested.
."Property ou Valencia St. is rapidly euhauclng i.C
value; cable-car^ pass the proper!., ; street sewered,
pared aud accepted by the city. .* ; * -
_tlft<-ton Bull .litis. dote
Four choice building sites; _.. side Jersey sL. W.
of Noe; situate In the warm belt; Vii b ock from
castro-st. cable. Lots level aud ready to build on:
Street sewered and maca Utilized: no nicer location
for a home can be found, Seethe terras, one-half
cash, balance lu 6 and Wi months at 7 per ceut la-
tarest; size or lots, 22x114 each-
Nice Building; Lota.
S. side of _4th st., W. of Diamocd. This lot ts
well located, being only l**-j blocks from the Castro-
st. cable. Twenty-fourth st. has recently been
macadamized and sewered, and the property Is
ready to Improve. If yon want a cheap lot you ■
ought to examine this; size of let. _5x114.
For further particulars, maps, catalogues, etc., ap-
BOVEE, TOY A CO., Auctioneer*.
19 Hontiroinery St., under Lick House.
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