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EVENTS IN THE
A Number of Interesting Wed
dings Reported From the
THE THOMPSON TEA AT SERENA.
Surprise Party on Eighteenth Street.
Two Socials by the Knights and
Ladies of Honor— Party on Polk
Street— Entertainment at Temes
cal—Mizpah Lodge Party—Per
The Beulali Club will give an entertainment
and dance at Mrs-Inn Music Hall nil's evening.
'l he Alumni Association of California Amateur
Journallsls, which meets la reunion to-day, will
have a banquet In this cily in lire evening.
Alcazar Council, O. C. P., will give a social
tins eveuing in tin- Alcazar Building.
"A number ul friends were pleasantly enter
tained at luncheon recent); ou board the Inde
pendence by Captain Byron Wilson, I. 8. N.
The guests cow pi ised: Captain and Mrs. John
Crittenden YY'aison, Mrs. Nelson, Chief Engineer
.'..;!. Buttei ""ill., Lieuteuant-Commander
i bn 1". Hunker, Lieutenant and Mrs. 11. Beliler
ami Lieutenant and .Mrs. Perkins.
The Yemeni (V. S. C.) will give an entertain
ment md social at Union-square Hall this even
Golden Kule Lodge, No. 660, K. and L. of 11.,
gave their monthly entertainment and dance last
evening at their lodge-room. The programme
Included: Snug. Mr. Whitney; recitation. Miss
Prances Holmes; recitation. Miss Josie Hcil
l'loii: leciiation. Miss Hose Iltilbion; song, Mr.
YV . D.ii.at. Dancing to the music oi Mi.-.
Martin, and under the duecliou of Mr. V. Kemp
Van Ke, concluded lire pleasant affair. The
Committee ol Arrangements Consisted of : Mr.
H. J. Turner, Mr. M. K. Smilh, Mr. F. Kemp
Van Ec, Mrs. E. A. Holmes, Mrs. L. Bluuilield,
Mrs. m. a. Dunlap, Mrs, li. J. St. Clair.
1 ha- ,11 isms. Hose Wedding in Oakland.
On Monday evening last, at the residence of
Mr. Serb YYarner. Fifteenth street. Oakland,
Miss Alice K. Huse and Dr. W. 11. Williams,
bntb of Santa Barbara, were united in marriage.
The bride and groom are well knows socially in
Southern California, the former being the daugh
lei ol Hon. C. E. ii.ise. anil Dr. \\ Lilian one of
the most prominent physicians in Santa Barbara.
lie P.ev. in Blebblns of this elty performed a
veiy Impressive service, which was witnessed by
a lew urirniaie I. tends only. Tne moors ol the
Warner iesidence weie tastefully decorated for
lire occasion, and an elegant confection was
served, after wl.lcb Ur. and Mis. Williams left
lor a biidal trip to ihe seaside.
Party on Polls Street.
_ .cry pleasant surprise parly was tendered
Miss Susie Wagner at her residence, 1907 Polk
street, last Monday evening, by her many Iriends
and -lives. Charades were played, as well as
recitations, instrumental ami vocal selections. A
number ol dances were also indulged In. A
Luminous recitation by Mr. I. li. Meyers, a vocal
selection by Mr. Chailes Green, a mandolin solo
by Miss J. 11. Hies, and piano solos by Mr. Sam
Marks contributed largely lo lire amusement of
t;.-;':rsi<. Short], alter midnight the young
people departed for then respective liom s, alter
having spent a most enjoyable evening. Among
those i resenl were: Air. aud Mrs. S. Wagner,
Misses Susie and Fannie Wagner, Miss lieile
Goodday, .Miss Jennie Kies, Miss Helen Green,
Misses Sara, Julia and name Wagner, Misses
Olga and Hose Seiss-r, Miss l.rta Wood, Miss
IdaS .'..,',.. Miss Kose Sanders, hisses Sara
and Jenule lianklln, Mrs. J. Marks, Mi-' Addie
Marks, Miss Charlotte Pollack, Messrs. L. and
A. Wagner, Charles Green, K. N.-isser. S. Green,
s.m.riel Maiks, A. _. Gieen. David Saudis,
Benjamin Neisser, S. Sanders, J. Goodday. I. I).
Meyers, H. Slrwailz, J. Meyers, Samuel Meyer,
. N. A- Franklin and Arthur Wagner.
The l.x.elslor _ >d|;e I'sr.r-
Anolher pleasant "evening at home" was
given last nigl.i by Excelsior Lodge. No. 1252,
Knights and Ladles of Honor, at their lodge
roouis In St. George's Hall on Maikel stieet. Sn
successful !*_ ti.t-i. monthly aociaii thai wll
nt -'r~ .cog before ibe members betake mere t? *.
la ". ."all. The success is largely due [ne
coa_>ta«. effort of tire .i>aoagen>.e..t, v
pa ;ses are kept absolutely select
It-ai most ß. .rock before Hium'sOr
stt. k up the erse; -isrch. wu.cn w- . •
j', ;--'.-.,, ... a Hurt, an! Miss G. Ja_HiS,'le,- j
lov i.-y fty couples. Afterward (:_-_.■ sue- !
■ cc. <» -as.c. ailj iiiterruptea by ibe .. -of |
.. re! -n.-u'-iati. -r.t i mldmgnt. ', --.-... :_ ... .
res ■ - ■: ■- -- __ceisior's most enjoyable
The committees were composed as follows;
Mrs. E. 11. Kinsman. Mrs. _. A. N'ahum, Profes
sor J. C. Hoi Floor Committee— Mrs. C. Pur
i.ll. Miss Maggie Mcuucliia, Mr. William
Lawsoo, Mr. H. P.. McDougal: Reception Cotn
niiiiee—Miss M. McCarthy, Mrs. IX. A. Kocke
lellow, .Mr. 11. D. Ml hellar.
Uaizinark-ischlesriieer Wedding in Oak-
On Dday afternoon a very pretty borne wed
ding as celebrated at Use residence of the
h' rue's pareuts, Mr. End Mrs. Schleslnger, in
Oakland. The biide was Miss Annie Schlesln
ger, the groom Mr. Adolph Haizmark of Ne
At 5 o'clock the ceremony was read by Kalibl
M. S. Levy. The bridal paity catered the apart
n eui to the strains of an Italian oicheslra and
took their places beneath a l"i;r-!eafed clover
made "i Marechal Nell roses. The bride carried
a white ivory prayer-booK and woie pendant
from a slender chain enclicllng her throat a lull
iaut star and crescent ol diamonds, a present
fiom Die gioom. lire while biidal veil fell in a
ch.ud -like d. ape. y, enveloping hei wuolebgure
from the crown of ber head to the very hem ol
tie In. train. The bridesmaid was Allss Hat
tie Schleslnger, sister of the bride. The best
man was Mr. 1. Kalmuck.
After lhe ceiemony a recef tion was held and
■upper was seived in a lent erected on the ele
gant lawn. The bridal pair weie the recipients
ol (numerous beaulilul gifts that carried with
lire m ire expressed good wishes of their friends,
lie happy couple will spend their honeymoon
in . ..morula, alter which they will go to Ne
braska to reside permanently.
BAinong the invited guests were: Misses Lillie,
,ir h.iunah. Alice and Julia Kalmuck, Miss Jen
tire Levy, Mr. and Mrs. MarK Strouse, Mr. and
Mrs. Levy; Messrs. K. and L. Kalmuck, Mr. and
Mis. lieizel, Mr. Stanley Betzel, Mr. and Mis.
Yviiiianr ...lin, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Mlckelson. of
Ban I ranelsco, Miss Carrie Fischel of Berkeley
•surprise Party on Eighteenth Street.
Mr. George A. Schilling was tendered a very
1 easant surprise party recently by a few of his
intimate lends, the occasion being his twenty-
I.rst birthday. Among the many elegant pres
ents be ieeeived must be noted a handsome gold
watch and chain, tire girt of bis lather. Music,
dancing and games were participated in until
midnight, when the guests were ushered luto the
spacious diiiing-iooni wheie a liberal repast of
ca em nrepaied delicacies and Inula was
spread. Theululug-room was beautifully ilium
iualed with Chinese lanterns, and name;, led
with lire fragrant floweis whose sweet scent
added much lo ihe generally attractive effect.
At an early hour the guests departed lo their
homes well pleased with the success ol tire sur.
prise. Among those piesent were: Mr. and Mrs.
A. .-chilling, Mr. and Mrs. K. Hod ber, Airs. H.
Petit, Mrs. A. Kapen, Mrs. 11. T. avers, .Miss
Sophie Schilling, Miss May Horstmann, Miss
I iaia Stevens; Messis. George .Schilling, Joseph
Schilling, Henry Petri, Adam Schilling, Joseph
Mayer, Joseph Oliver, Theodore Sieveus, Will
Ihe 'It-pah Lodge Entertainment.
. The members ot Mizpah Lodge, No. 45, If. K.
A., gave an enjoyable sheet and pillow-case
parly, prefaced Ly a brief entertainment, last
evening at Eastern Hall, 32 O'Farrell stieet.
The following piogiamn.e was presented: Song,
Kir. J. W. Baker; plana solo, Miss
liuriburt; song, Mrs. Joost; recitation, Mis.
Nellie YViikius; recitation, Mr. J. W. Baker;
reading, Mrs. YYarner; vuc.l solo, Professor
Jackson. Dancing, under the al.ectlon ot Mr. .1.
I.Hayes, was afterward indulged in till late.
\ The Committee of Arrangements consisted of
Mrs. Carrie Warner, Mrs. M. P. Souther, Mr. K.
A. de Lamater, Mrs. Nellie YVlikius. The leading
officers of the lodge are: I'ast Commander, Mrs.
M. _. Souther; Commander. Mis. Nellie Wil
klns; Vice-Commander, Mr. E. A. de Lamater;
Assistant Con.maudei'. Mrs. Ciprico.
lhe Thompson Tea at Serena.
Mrs. Emily Thompson gave a high tea Wednes
day at her resideuce in Seiena, in honor of .Mrs.
W. K. Bushnell of this city. The table deem a
tlous weie faultless. The menu was selected
wltb lavish care. Music and pleasaut conversa
tion together wlib amusing recitations gave to
the anaii a specially recherche character. Those
invited were: Colouel and Mis. Heath, Mi and
Mis. James >'. Heath, Mrs. Dement. Mrs. Lvu _,
Miss Woods, Air. and Mrs. Bilker, Mis. M. Ash
ley. Airs. Breslauer and two daughters. Mr. and
Airs, Blood, Airs. N. I. Smith, Mis. 11. A. Black
of- this city. Mis. Blood, an accomplished
pianist, together with the cbarniing.hosiess, ren
dered iv a most artistic manner a selection fiom
"aVlai liana," while other ballads were sung by the
guests. Airs. Smith gave much of her attention
io the emulous of ihe hour, which helped to
lug smiles of satisfaction tothe blight laces
present, An the day closed with a resplendent
sunset ms guesis made their adleux. feeling that
leunlotis such as these serve lo strengthen the
cords of true friendship.
A Temescal Kutertil.ime.it.
Catholic Ladles' Aid bociely, No. 14. gave an
enjoyable entertainment and social lasl Wednes
day evening at St. Lawience Hall, Temescal.
The society, which has beeu organized about a
year, has made wonderful progress as a charit
able o.gaulzatiou. and lis numerous -clients
have been a god-send to mauy poor and destitute
families. The brauch meets weekly at the above
hall and Is alily managed by the following olli
cers; President, Mrs. J. J.O^Kourke; First V Ice-
President, Mis* Mary Kane; Second Vice-Pres
ident, Mlsa Magg_» hwoids; Kecordlugaud Cor
responding BecieCTiy, Miss Susie McFeeley;
Financial Secretary, Alts. Kale Murray;
Treasuier, Fannie Mooney; Marshal, Miss Mei
cedes Villa; Guard, Mrs. Vellage; Executive
Commute— Miss K. Gallagher, Miss adeau,
M isa Florence lieaudiy and Air. do Preltas. The
social last evening was a decided siieeess^ed le
flects Credit on the young ladies who had" Ihe af
fair in charge. The following excellent . pro
gramme was listened to with rapt attention, Ilia
various ..umbers demanding well-merited ap
plause: Keina.ks, itev. Father Ferguson ; Piano
solo, Miss Maun Fierce; leciiation, Miss Maud
Nolan; vocal solo. Mis. J. Lyi.cn; piano solo.
Allss Annie Foute; recitation. Miss A. Moaner;
original songs. ,1. T. Foute; tenor solo, Charles
FcKlln. Ihe floor was then cleared for dancing,
winch was interspersed with the serving of ice
cream and cnOee, and the contesting for prizes in
an original heaubag game, which attorded plenty
of amusement for the young folks.
Pacific (<> "it YV ...1.1 intra.
On lasl Sunday a select company assembled at
lhe residence of Mr. J. Henry Miller, teller of
the California Stale Bank, in Sacramento, lo wit
ness the marriage of Air. Wllmer Hatch ana
Miss Belle Anderson. The groom. Mr. Winner
Hatch, is a well-known young aud Influential
iliucgi-l ol Saciaiueuio. The bride is a sister of
Mrs. Miner, at whose residence the nuptials
At Congress Hall. Saratoga, last Sunday, Miss
Carrie docker of San Francisco was married to
Mr. A. It. Cole, Hie electrician in lhe employ uf
tl.e Sau Jose and Saula Clara Electric l.ailivay
At Saula Cruz on Saturday evening, at tho resi
dence ol MICH Jennings, Itev. M. Wiiletl
united In marriage Air. A. 1. Jennings and Miss
Emma H ussa.
The Sciiiiiz residence, near Delano, was the
sceue ot a quiet wedding on Tuesday evening
last. the contracting parties being Air. Charles
S. Eaton of Tulare, and Miss Beitie Schlllz,
daughter of Mr. aud Alts. J. J. Schlitz, of De
Miss Frances Funk ot this cily and Air. John
Jennings of Sau Jose were united in marrlacc at
Santa Clara ou YV. (luesday. Air. Jennings Is
Willi the Electric Hallway Company ol San Jose.
On Thursday evening Mr. Cornelius B. Fob. of
Carson Cily was married to Mis- it,.sc Walker ot
Virginia City by the Key. J. Fred Holmes of St.
Air. William Earlle and Miss Fannie Hall were
married by Key. J. M. Chase in Vallejo Wedues
On Sunday evening, the 3lst ult., the wedding
of Miss I sophla Harscli to Air. Geoige YV. Bailies
Jr. occurred al the residence oi Air. G. W. Bar
lies Si., on Beikelev way, near Louisa street,
Berkeley. The ceremony was performed under
a magnificent floral canopy by Uie Lev. T. H.
Woodward. The bridesmaids were Miss Maud
Bailies and Miss Lizzie Barsch. The best men
were Messrs. T. H. Collins and T. S. Manning.
The ceremony was pei mcd In the presence of
aboul lorty relatives and friends. The leeepllou
which loilowea was one which was more thau
usual!} enjoyed by all present, and it was late In
tl.e evening wheu the wedding pair lell for Iheir
ful me home in this city.
Major and Mrs. James Lord, V. S. A., and
their daughter. Miss Lord, will occupy the resi
dence, 21*23 California street, during the coining
season. Major Lord, who has been seriously In
disposed, Is now convalescent.
Air. and mis. Theodore Payne will return
shortly to their resideuce on Suiter street.
Captain and Mrs. It. S. Floyd are contemplat
ing a prolonged visit to the Last.
Bishop Fowler, who left lor the East on
Wednesday, will nol return until December.
Mis. J. A. Folger and family will go to San
Bafael to-morrow or next day for a stay at the
Mr. W. I*, llanlson has returned to town from
Santa Ci uz.
Prolessor K. W. Iliigaiil and family will return
to Berkeley tv a few days from Mission San
Hon. John T. Campbell, ex-Consul to Foo
Chow. China, and family, are expected home
from China tire last ol the monlh.
>;;-. Susie Simpson of Benicia is visiting
friends In East Oakland.
liufes.soi S. W. Buruham of the Lick Observa
tory has established his family in their home In
Sail Jose and i etui tied to lhe obsei vulory.
Mrs. Dr. Kleiner of this city Is visiting her
sister. Mis. F. H. Sanderson, ol Vallejo.
Air. Clans Spieckeis Is expected at his country
residence near spins, slim ily.
Mr. and Airs. G. li Butler and Miss A. Moore
are visiting iohu iroin their residence iv Boss
Judge Lawrence Archer ol San Jose is located
at the Palace Hotel.
Mr. Henry B. l'rliigle was over fiom Sau F.a
Colonel and Mi. Clendenlng, U. S. A., accom
panied by Mr. and Miss Clendenlng, are sojourn
ing at Hie Occidental Hotel.
Captain W. W, Willi paid a visit to the
cliy Irom ."San Kafael Wednesday.
Air. and Mis. F. W. Sibley, l. S. A., and Miss
Sibley aie at Ihe Occidental Hole!.
Mi. CharPs Fay and .Mr. Edward Ciocker lelt
yesterday for the Eastern Mates.
Air. and Mrs. William l.iiri^er have returned
from their irip lo lire South and are now residing
at 2628 suiter street.
Among those who have engaged rooms at the
lintel del .Monte dm inn tire approaching holi
days.lie: Mr. and Mis. William Alvord, Miss
K. Keeuey. Miss L. Blakeman. Mr. H. B. Alvord,
Colonel and Alts K. E. Eyre, Mr. and Airs. 11. D.
Glivin, Mr. and Mrs. George At. I'inchaid, Mr.
and Mis. Henry J. Crocker.
The All-ses Slonemau of Los Angeles were the
guests Dl Mrs. Senator Jones at Aliramar, Santa
Monica, dm rue the tenuis tournament.
M. >. Fieri Kiidsall of Sacramento Is one of lie
numerous visitors fmm the interior now in town.
Air. and -sirs. William (_'ui lett lei. their sum
mer iesidence in Sau Bafael lor tins cily on Men-
Governor Stevenson of Nevada Is rapidly re
covering trom his prolonged illness.
Messrs. YV. aud I. Treauor were over from
.-an K.ifai-1 vestetday.
Captain ml Mis. William H. Taylor and
family ..-turned to their California-street resi
dence Monday from a Unee mouths' visit to
their collate in Sail Kafael.
.Miss E. Clayton of ban Jose was in town yes
Airs. C. W. Gates arrived from Los Angeles on
.Monday on a visit
General Gibbon and Lieutenant Levering, U.
S. A., were at the Occidental Hotel yesterday.
li e-srs. William K. Heath and S. Hodman
came over from San Kalael Monday.
Miss Alar.iei Kearney, the eldest daughter of
Air. Denis Kearney, has returned to her home
from a lour weeks' sojourn at .-lna springs.
Air. and Mrs. VV Hired B. Chapman have closed
their coltage at San Kafael lor the season.
Mis. L. eidon of Ihis city Is spending the
week at Carmelite Coltage, Santa Cruz.
Air. and Airs. W.J. Getty of Alameda leave
this week for Hie Kast, wheie they will leiiraln
for iwo mouths. Miss Cora Jackson of Provi
dence, It. 1., who has been visiting various
place- in this stale for the past year, will return
Mrs. Charles siuait, who spent the summer
wiih her sister. Airs. Dr. T. W. Diullaid, at
Santa Cruz, returned to San Francisco luesday.
Mrs. N. D. Goodell of Sacramento Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. 11. C. Bonford, at 033
Mr. K. D. Crandall, well known In musical
circles in this cily and a leading member of the
Alameda Operatic Society, has gone to Portland,
Oregon, ln company wiih his wile, to accept a
position as one of the vocal Instructors in tbe
Academy of Music at that place.
Mr. Duval and daughter, who have been
guests at Phelau Park, returned to this city
Air. and Mrs. 11. W. Bovee have taken up their
residence at the Hotel lie. .-anion for the season.
Mrs. Harry Dean and her sister. Aliss May
Sawyer, of Alam.ua, ate spending the week wit
friends in San Fraucisco, previous lo their de
parture lor a wo months' sojourn uear Apple
gate, tv the Sierra Nevada Miiiiiitaius. Mr. Dean
will leave with them lor a much needed resi, aud
will remain a collide of weeks.
Mi-- Hilda Castle of San Francisco Is located
on Bead, Hill, Santa Cruz.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. P. Hale and Miss Porteous
will return from then country residence at
Mountain View during this monlh, and have se
emed ai at imeiil- al the Occidental Hotel lor il.e
Mrs. P. F. Collins and son, who for the past
week have been visiting fiieuds in Alameda, re
turned home on Monday.
Miss Aloilie I'i.eraii c.-.ir up on Tuesday from
Air. F.ed Butler ol Sacramento Is the guest
of his sislr, Miss Duller, at tbe West Bud, Ala
Air. YV. c. McGregor of the railway mail ser
vice an ived lv town yesterday.
FOR THE WORLD'S FAIR.
Secretary Hayes Is. sues Instructions to
Secretary Hayes of the World's Fair Con
vention has issued the following circular
containing instructions to the delegates to
the World's Fair Convention held here on
notice TO delegates.
Califoksia State World's Faiii
AlETitoroi.iTAN Hall, San Francisco, '
September 11 and 12, 1880.
Advices have been received fiom the Secretary
ol that you have been regularly appointed
a delegate to lepresenl lhat association in the
Slate World's Fair Convention, to be conveued
in Aleliopi.litaii Hall, Corner ol Fifth and Jessie
streets. Sau Fraucisco, at I) o'clock .A. M. ol
'1 inn -cl y, lhe Ulh Instant.
in accordance therewith, we beg herewith lo
baud you a card of admission, showing the num
ber of your seat. Please preserve this card, as
you will need it for admittance to each session.
Thai California may properly represented
In the YY'utld's Columbian Exposition at Chicago
ll is deemed necessary that all sections of the
State should aci In unison, and to devise means
whereby this may be accomplished Is the pur
pose or tins convention, ilie government of
each county in in- .state aud the commercial, in
dusutal, scientific and educational associations
of each county have been invited to semi repre
sentatives and several hundred delegates have
been appointed. Realizing the Importance of
Ibis meeting to the welfaie of the commonwealth
il Is hoped that yuu will uol fail to attend
Kindly advise us by return mall whether you
will he present.
Delegates corning over the lines of the South
ern Pacific Company should purchase straight
tingle nip tickets to San Francisco and take the
agent's recelpl therefor. Upon presentation of
this receipt, indorsed by lhe Secretary of the con,
vention, to the ticket agent In San Franctsco
delegaics can purchase letu.u-tilji tickets at
one ttiiid ol the regular fare.
Delegates taking passage on the vessels of the
Pacillc Coast Stcmshlu Company should simply
pay the usual fate to Sau Francisco, aud by ap
plication to the Secretary of the convention 061.
trt.i-ites will be issued entitling Ihem to return
passage at one-half the regular fare, i.icludlug
meals and berths.
Delegates residing on the line of the San Fran
cisco and North Pacific Company should pay full
fare to San Francisco and obtain certificates
from the Secieiary of lhe convention, which will
entitle ibero to purchase return tickets at one
third lhe tegular rate. This applies ouly to
points norlh of San Rafael
The North Pacific Coast Ball way Company
claims that Ils rales (regular) for rouud trips are
as low as Ihe special rales made by the other
companies for this occasion, aud refuses to make
it luiu passage good to September 15, 1800.
Accused of Stealing.
Henry Woods was taken in custody yes
terday on a charge of grand larceny, pre
ferred by llioinas Rogers, who accuses him
of stealing bis watch, chain and razor.
Woods was arrested ou East street, and the
alleged stolen articles were found in his
possessiou.«dai____Sto- ' A
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ACROSS THE BAY.
Suicide of a Well-Known Citizen
of San Leandro.
A Complaint From the Oakland Postmaster.
Attorney Hart Argues for Florence.
S.ath of a Brakeman.
At about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon
Rudolph Beichborn committed suicide at
San Leanilro by shooting himself, lie was
well known, having been a resident ol that
town for many years. An inquest was held
by the Justice of the Peace at the request of
Postmaster Bishop has again called the
attention of the citizens of Oakland to the
fact that the lack of clerical force to per
form the work of the Oakland Pustolfice is
due in a great measure to the fact that the
local office is not patronized as it ought to
be in the matter of stamps. lie states that
if the Oakland people who contribute
$50,000 or more each year to the San Fran
cisco office would buy their stamps in Oak
laud, the local office would have no difficulty
in getting a clerical force sufficient to handle
the mail matter and transact the business of
tho office efficiently.
Harry Lorraine foil under the wheels of a
train at Brentwood on Wednesday night
He was a brakeman, and resided at Brent
wood. He was brought down to Br. Wool
sey's hospital, where both legs were ampu
tated. lie was too weak from loss of blood
to survive the shock and died yesterday.
lie was '__ years of age. An inquest will be
held this evening.
_r_n_.__W.S_ — -**"
ARGUING FOR FLORENCE.
At the close of the testimony for the
plaintiff in the suit of Frank Rente against
James C. Terry and W. H. 11. Hart yes
terday, Mr. Hart argued on a motion for
nonsuit aid the case went over until to-day.
The widow and the son of James R. Irwin
have sued the Southern Pacific Company
for $100,000 damages. Mr. Irwin met his
dentil in the Webster-street Bridge disaster
on May 30th. He had been iv tlie employ of
the Singer .Sewing Machine Company and
his family were dependent on his earnings.
In this suit Engineer Sain Dunn and the
fireman, Charles O'Brien, are nude co
defendants. It is said the plaintiffs refused
to accept a compromise.
'The Executive Committee of the Asso
ciated Charities has decided to observe the
second anniversary of the society by hold
ing a public meeting on the 2'.ith inst., at
wliich reports will be presented from the
various charities forming the association
and brief addresses will be made. The meet
ing will bo held in Hamilton Hail.
The will of Catherine Collin, deceased,
was tiled yesterday. The estate is valued at
$11,2-. and of this amount $10,400 is in
promissory notes. .She gave a number of be
quests 10 various churches and charitable so
cieties in small sums. To Bishop Kip she
bequeathed $300. to his missionary fund
5i..., to itev. Benjamin Akerly -$400. to
Mrs. Akerly $300, to his Temescal mission
$100, aud to St. John's Church $100; to the
Oakland and San Krancisco Youug Men's
Christian Associations 5250 eacii, to the
Worn-out Episcopal Ministers' Funds of
Oakland and san Francis $250 each, to the
Sheltering Hume of the Episcopal Church
iv San Frunci.co $'__0, to the Faith Home
of Oakland $200, to tbe First Methodist
Church oi Oakland $300 and to its mission
ary fund $100, to l.cv. Mr. Story of Sau
Rafael s2oo and to the missionary lund of
his church $100, to the missionary fund of
St. Paul's Episcopal Chinch of Oakland
$200, to the Ladies ltelief Society for the
Care of ChUdreu at Temescal $230. To
several relatives and friends she made
small bequests. The will provides that the
notes shall be converted into cash and the
bequests paid. Any remaining funds are
to ue devoted to charitable aud relief pur
poses according to the best judgment of the
executor, VV. li. l_urr.ll.
Rev. C. W. Wendte of the First Unitarian
Church of Oakland has secured llev. W. A.
Alger of Boston to assist him in his church
work during the coming winter. He is ex
pected to arrive about October Ist.
NO BADGES WANTED.
A number of the .Native .Sens who have
been balloted for desire that, inasmuch as
they disapprove the Examiner's .scheme, no
further voles shall be cast in their favor.
Au attempt to cast a large number of ballots
for an Oakland man lias thus been ended.
3 The trial of Taylor Stvll for the shooting
of A. J. Law rem c in a saloon on Seventh
street on the 27th of June last was com
menced In lore Judge Gibson and a jury yes
terday. The charge is manslaughte .
Mrs. Creed yesterday petitioned for spe
cial letters of administration un the estate of
W. 11. Creed, deceased. The estate is said
to be woith 5100,000. it is understood that
there is a will, which will be bled in a few
G. A. Swasey will be a candidate for the
Republican nomination of Justice of the
Peace. He was for several years a Judge at
Globe, Arizona, and has been a resident of
Alameda for the past two years.
The two local parlors of the Native Sons
will have a parade this evening, After
marching through the principal streets they
will proceed to the band stand in the park,
where add losses will be made by members
of the order, thanking the citizens of Ala
meda for so liberally contributing to the
fund by which the two parlors are enabled
to make a creditable appearance at the cele
bration of Admission day in San Francisco.
The Alameda Improvement Association
held its monthly meeting last evening in the
City Trustee.' room, Dr. .1. T McLean pre
siding. Among tlie matters considered Was
the water supply, lt was announced that
Captain Thompson, owner of the Artesian
Water Work., positively refuses to lay any
more mains, although they are a necessity,
especially for extinguishing fires. The pur
chase of two chemical engines was urged by
P. W. Barton, in view of the insufficient
water supply, and a committee, consisting of
Messrs. Mohcs, Dohrmann and Banlett,
was appointed to confer with a committee
from the Board of Fire Delegates to con
sider the matter and request the City Trus
tees to take tome actiou.
WHAT KILLED HER?
Mrs. Rebecca Holler's Death May
Mrs. Uebecca Muller, a married woman,
20 years of age, died suddenly in bed, at her
home, 102634 Natoma stieet, Wednesday
morning. The Coroner held an autopsy,
and found that the woman's untimely end
was caused by peritonitis, brought about by
malpractice, Her case is only one of the
many. The unfortunate young woman had
resorted to a lamentable expedient, and be
cause she died in a mysterious manner, her
foollinrillness was made public.
The Coroner learned that she sought ad
vice from a doctor, whose office Is on Mont
gomery street, and who gave her three bot
tles of medicine, one for external use, the
others to be taken internally. Mrs. Muller
used the drug", which it is suspected caused
the disease that killed her. One bottle con
tained a yellow ingredient, another a sub
glance resembling chocolate in color, and
the third a pinkish compound. They were
traced to Or. V. Popper of 127 Montgomery
The doctor advertises these medicines for
certain complaints or for producing certain
results. In his oflice were found phials re
sembling exactly the three bottles used by
Mrs Muller, but no name appears on them.
Dr. Popper admits haying sold the drugs,
but claims that they "are perfectly harm
less and are used by thousands."
Although the case has been reported to
the police, no arrest lias yet been made. An
Investigation is, however, in progress.
Or. Popper is an uncle of Max Topper, the
prominent Democratic politician.
CAPTAIN MOOKEJIOD-E'S MISHAP.
Ilia Thrilling Slide on » Flank Full of
Captain Moorehouso of th.it gallant craft
Dashing Wave met with a laughable mis
hup at the Tacoma mill dock yesterday
morning. A number of men were moving a
heavy st'ck of limber on a two-wheeled
truck along the dock tow aid the ship, when
one of the eel. struck the end of a loose
plank. The captain was coming to meet the
truck, and stopped on the other end of the
plank just as the truck wheel went down.
As a result of this combination of circum
stances the captain shot up into tho air at
least thirty feet, posed gracefully on one
font on the end of the plank like a spread
eagle. For a moment lie stood motionless;
then the vibrations incident to the sudden
rise set in on the plank, and the captain
took a header. He landed on lit. stomach
ou the plank, and slid smoothly anil rapidly
down to the truck, acquiring a choice collec
tion of slivers on the way, but otherwise es
caped unhurt. - -•
r lie said afterward that he had heard of
people traveling down a toboggan slide
without waiting for the toboggan and lie
now knew how it was himself. The only
loss attending the accident was a bundle of
Salvation Aimy War Cries which the cap
tain intend. to distribute among the sail
ors. As he went un in the air he dropped
the papers, whicli fell through tbe hole in
the dock and were 'lacunia Ledger,
Sept. 2d. -
C. T. Pidwell Appointed Grand
Kepi' -seiitatiY., 1. 0. 0. F.
Golden Gate, No. 30, Pacific. No. 136, and
Oiienl.il, No. 144— lodges of F. and A. M. or tills
city— held staled meetings on Tuesday evenlog
and transacted considerable business.
Abou Ben Adhem Lodge, No. 112. I. O. O. F.
had a well-nlten.ied meeting last eveuiug, when
lm pon aut business was Hansacied.
California Council. No. 2, Koyal and Select
Masters, at its meeting ou Tuesday evening, had
work in the degrees.
Unity Lodge. No. 61, Knights of l'ylhias, at Its
regular convention last evening, conferred the
Amplified Third rank.
Mission Lodge. No. IC9. and Mount Moriah
Lodge, No. 44, F. and A. HL, held staled meet
ings on Wednesday evening. -
Confidence Lodge, No. 2282. Knights ot Honor,
will not meet next Tuesday evening on account
of Admission day celebration. IM next regular
session occurs on Tuesday evening, £3d first.
Doric Lodge, No. 210, P. and A. M., at its
staled meeting last evening, bad work in the
Fellow orall degree.
A. the meeting of Verba Huena Parlor, No. 84,
N. s. O. VY'., on Tuesday evening, seven candi
dates wete initialed.
California Lodge. No. 1, F. and A. M., held a
staled meeting last evening and transacted busi
ness oi Importance.
lieubeu li. Lloyd, Grand Kepresentatlve to the
Sovereign Grand Lodge, 1. O. O. F., trom this
jurisdiction, has resigned and Cviil '1. lidwell,
Assistant Secietary, p. G. of Templar Lodge,
No. 17, and I*. C. P. of Oriental Kucampmenr,
No. _7. has been appointed lv his stead. No
belter selection could have been made, as Major
ii.iwell is In eveiy respect qualified to till me
requirements of the otllce, both by knowledge
and ex- iei.ee. fie is one of the most prominent
members ol ihe older ou the Pacific Coasl, and
lhere Is no one of Hie 28,000 Odd Fellows lv
Calilornia who will not join In and say thai ihey
are glad lliat so worthy a brother as Cyril T.
lidwell lias received an honor which he deseives
ior good and efficient work lv lhe cause of
fraternity. Major lidwell will leave lor Topeka,
Kalis., r.e . r Y. dnesday to attend the annual
session of the Sovereign Grand Lodge and car
lies with him the best wishes of all his friends,
t Young Ladles' Institute No. 14 will give a
Don hou pa.lv, at il'uai b'nin Hall, on Tuesday
evening, the -oil prox.
Seven lines Circle, Ladies of the G. A. It.,
held Its usual meeting, last Monday evening.
Visits to the hospitals und Almshouse were re
ported and acted ti non. A testimonial was or
deied ottered 1.) Mr. Llwell oi XI. Dairy, lor his
exceeding Kindness, iv donating milk lo the sick
aud needy of lhe circle, and a committee, com
posed of M:s. fuller and Mrs. Cook, was ap
pointed to present it.
B. F. Nelson, .Supreme Reporter of the Knights
of Honor, announces the following gain of mem
bership In the Jurisdictions named, for t lie week
ending August tioiii: Alabama 12, Arkansas 18,
California 5, Connecticut 4, Florida 1, Georgia 2,
Illinois Indiana '2, Kentucky 8, Louisiana 11,
Massachusetts 8. Minnesota 1, Mississippi 23,
Missouri 2, New Jersey 0, New yoik i.">. Ohio t.,
Pennsylvania-, South Carolina 7, Tennessee 0,
Texas 44. Virginia 1, West Virginia 1, WlsCOU
siu 2, North Dakota 2. Total, 200.
(Illlllit OF TIIK <i.l HI -. SIIOItE.
A Number of New Lodges With Large
Membership In Ohio.
Receipts arc at hand for the payments SCOO
ami 5300, respectively, by reason of lhe death ol
Mrs. i'iiroviiii and Gideon Wing, and lhe bene
ficiaries have both shown their appreciation of
Hie prompt payment by the Older.
A. Koihcnsiein, (>., writes from Ohio that the
order has gained three new lodges in that State,
Willi a prospect ol several more aud an assur
ance of a men. hei ship of over 800. ll will ant
in- long belore this order Is established In ucaily
every Male of the Cnion.
Assessment 5 has been paid promptly by
all Hie lodges, and the rec-lpls from asee-smeut
5 for the month of August have been larger
tiiiui for any month In Iho history of the order,
showing conclusively that the membership Is in
Oriental Lodge will Initiate six candidates at
lis next meeting. The olllceis deliver tne secret
work without using the iliiials, thus making Die
ceiemouy of initiation veiy Impressive aud at
tracting many visiting members.
Triumph Lodge, through the efforts of Mrs.
Samuels, will inmate live candidates Wednesday
evening. A large number of visitors is expected .
United Kndirwii.i-.it Associate*.
T. N. Mount, G. S., us! Ed Friendship Lodge.
No. IT. at its last meeting.
Mizpah Lodge, No. 4.",. gave a shett-nnil-plllow
case social last Thursday evening at us ball, S3
Yoseinlle Lodge, No. 4, will hold an open
meeting at its hall, li'.os Market street, to-mor
The city lodges have been asked to consent tn
lhe Institution of a new lodge, to be foimed and
worn, in me Italian ritual.
M. . ooney. (i.e.. visited wan Francisco Lodge,
No. _, at lis last meeting.
Mew lodges will soon be Instituted at La.c
Fonest and Klglii, His., by Charles F. Koeiuer,
1). (i. C.
T. N. Mount, 6. S., visited Acme Lodge, No.
40, and Yoseinlle, No. 4. at their last meetings,
and gave some veiy Interesting Information as lo
the progress of the order.
J. YY. Belden Lodge, No. 70, held a very inter
esting open meeting last Friday. Alter theien
deifug of a well-prepared amine the guests
we. invited to participate In a fishing tourna
ment alio cents a haul. Much amusement was
created and quite a sum was netted for the gen
1... i. Schord, P. G. C., ha . relumed from the
Fast, While in Chicago he addressed a jo.
meeting of the lodges held In the hall of l.nier
brlse Lodge, No. 55. A laige number of Asso
ciates weie pieseui and much curbusiasm pre
One hundred and thirty-six new applications
weie hied In lhe and becretaiy's ollice in lhe
month of August.
Two Crooks in l.tinlin.
S. Slraiihart, a Chicago crook, and W.
Rheinhart from New York, were arrested
last night by detectives Seymour and Han
ley and charged with forgery. They have
been operating in this city about five months,
ami have been swindling merchants by pre
senting bills for collection from other firms
on collection days. Among those victimized
were Dodge. Sweeney <fc Co. for £147 on a
bill .lit- Kins, Sanders & Co.; Haas Kros.,
£37 20 and $17 1"; la. & E. While $145, for
debt due 11. Keefe. Their scheme was to
send the checks received to other towns and
have them cashed. l.helnhart was caught
in Sacramento and Strabhart in this city.
Fire nt 1.-ilgeit's Stabtes.
At about 9:80 last evening an alarm of
fire was turned in from 80x 96, which turned
out the department and caused considerable
excitement for a time, li was found to he
at the Old Club Stables, 407 Taylor street.
It was soon extinguished, after having done
damage to the. exteut of $2000. It resulted
from a cas meter which had caught lire.
Kir hard Ledgi It is the owner of the stables.
None of the horses were burned, having
been turned loose, but at a late hour seven
were still missing.
The Crystal Bntlis.
Physicians recommend the Crystal hot sea
water tub and swimming baths, foot of Mason
stieet, terminus of all North Beach cars. John
Faiiiliniu, .Manager. *
Admitted to Practice.— Ou motion ot M.
J. YVnldbeluer aud on pieseulatlon of a license
to practice from the Supreme Court of Colorado,
Kossuth B. Caspar was yesterday admitted by
the Supreme Court to practice in all the courts
of this Slate.
111. id ki. . has the only reliable methods to
Dldeleclive sight. 427 Kearny streeL ' *
Laura Arbuckle was badly injured in a
laundry nt Santa Ana, on Wednesday. She
was caught in the mangier.
There are a great many INJURIOUS PREPA-
RATIONS used for beautifying the skin ami giv-
ing it a clear, transparent appearance, but THE
EFFECT IS ONLY TEMPORARY. AND
THK FINAL RESULT IS DIS.VSTROUS.
For this reason that ABSOLUTELY EUBH-
_____ SKIN' PURIFIER, known every where as
C_l*X J E_.__>J'__>J'g3
Is now EXCLUSIVELY USED for permanently
enhancing the CHARMS OK COMPLEXION.
anil GIVING A LASTING BRILLIANCY
TO THK MOST SALLOW ANO PIMPLE
COVERED SKIN. In fact, the potent effect of
this most EXTRAORDINARY BKAI KB
brings to x-vi-n THE WEARY AND CAKE-
WOKN CHEEKS OF AGE the
liioom of Youth.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS.
Glenn'* Sulphur Soap sent by mall for
30 cents. C. N. CKITTFINTON. 115 Fulton
street. New York.
.10 tf MoFr
"Of all sad words of tongue or pen. the
saddest are these, -It might have been.' "
IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
A DURABLE, LIGHT-ROSNING
Instead of that cheaply made machine for which
good money was foolishly squandered.
Buy a "DOMESTIC" end enjoy your In-
J. W. EVANS, Cen'l Agent,
20 Post Street.
Charles Hempler, a, sailor on a coasting vessel
plying between here and Coos Bay, has been as
" deaf as a post " for six years.
" When I went to the Cosmopolitan Dispen-
sary I was so deaf I could not hear a clock tick,"
he said, ''and after one treatment I could
plainly hear a watch ticking two feet from mc.
They performed a wonderful cure when other
Mr. Hempler resides at 502 Davis street, and
will corroborate the above statement.
The Cosmopolitan Dispensary guarantees a
cure in every case undertaken and will not take
a case they cannot enre. Every character of
disease treated. Out of town patients can write.
Letters sacredly confidential.
STOCKTON, MARKET AND ELLIS STS,, S. F.
se3 5 '.. ________}'
CITIZENS, ATTENTION !
Decorate Your Houses
IN HONOR OF
Nate Son Celebration!
. Soptcmbor _>, 1800.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BILWL.G, FLAGS, Etc.,
AT BOTTOM PRICES!
TO BE HAII OF
L. V. MERLE,
Cheapest Outfitter on the Coast,
616 to 620 Kearny Street,
COBK-OB OF COMMERCIAL.
THE RAPID SAFETY FILTER!
lHI [[ rapid p
|§!%? y i Piirp
WBBjgg Ifdlcl i
BEST AND QUICKEST FILTER
BEFORE THE PUBLIC!
All the ..pinner 1* required to do to using this
FM ter Is to draw from it filtered water In quantities
Cleaning of the Filter done by the Company
THE RAPID SAFETY FILTER IS LEASED
To Families at a Rental of $1.50 Per Month.
And furnishes ml the water required for cooking
and drinking purpjses.
3_Lla at THE SHOWROOMS OF the COMPANY,
1209 Market SL, opp. New City Hali,
And Bee the Exhibit inn" of rfltored mid
lull tot .*<! Water.
THE RAPID "SAFETY" FILTER
fs used In the following Hotel", Clubs. Schools. Res-
taurauts, loons. -tlanufa.torle-. etc., In Han Frao-
clsro: l'alace Hotel. (Irnnd Hotel, Lick House,
I-.rooklyii Hotel, Hackmeler's Hotel. Hotel Ijuiij.
ham; Pacific-Union Club, the Dnton League Clul,,
Cosmos Club, Manhattan Club; Miss Lake's School,
Sutter and Octsvla streets; John Sweet draminar
School, McAllister street; Restaurants, over 25;
Saloons, over 30: Manufactories ettd stores, over
20; Private Residences over 150.
....FOR TIIE ...
General Election !
ALL ELECTORS DESIBING TO VOTE AT TIIE
__ general election tube held November 4, 1890,
must bo registered regardless of any previous regis-
tration. Registration for the general election to
be held November 4, IMB-, will commence at the
office or Hie Registrar of Voters in the basement of
the new City Hall on WEDNESDAY, August 6.
IS9O, and will continue until MONDAY, October
13, 1890, Inclusive. OOlco hours from 9 a. m. to
The rc:l stratlon of voters In the precincts will be
held from October 14, 1890, to October 18th, in-
It in not Imperative to be sglftcred at the new
City Hall, but lt is at the option of the voter to reg-
ister at the new City Hall or at the J'reclnct Hoards.
THOMAS J. X,. SMILEY, Registrar.
August 8. 1890. sell lllteisu
-439 CALIFORNIA STREET,
San I i :,ii. i-.-M. Cal.
niy'2 IrSulu tf
_4& BICYCLKS AND SAFETIES.
W^X LARGEST HALL IN THE STATE.
JB»_ ladies and Others Taught to Bide.
/£s, _ THOS. H. B." VARNEY,
WWBrll and « Fremont St., S. F., Cal.
m lelH FrsuTu tf •
TO WEAK MEN
I Buffering from the eSecte of youthful errors, early
. decay, w__,____r weakness, lost manhood, etc., I will
«end a valuablo treatise (sealed) containing full
particular* for home cure, FREE of charge. A
splendid medical work : should be read by every
man who ls nervous and debilitated. Adili.su,
I'ror. v. c. vv \v I. I.X, ii«,c uuu.
apßdatwyly ' '
T!_ e ___- , mo _ Elders' Book
_™ ___] 1 , '' a. mi * ilta fi». to mairirrl
. . «■". •««-*< V. B. ci ouoh, Km Xiiantl Hi.. Hew Tor*
nij-7 !■_..•._ W, em
AUCTIONEER AMI COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Salesroom— s3o-538 California st r below Kearny.
Regular baleadays Tuesdays and i-ri-M. s. at 10 _ _.
Friday September 5, 1890,
At 10 o'clock a. — at Salesrooms.
530-538 California Street, below Kearny.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE
... .CONSISTING. OF. ...
Parlor Upholstery, Beds and Beading, Oilcloth. Car-
pets, Kanges, etc.
it CHAS. I.EVY, Auctioneer.
- THIS DAY.
Friday Septembers, 1890,
At 11 o'clock a. _.. on the premises,
14 11 Folk. Street,
....WILL BE SOLD
BY OEDEII OF RECEIVER,
Elegant Cliairs, Mirrors, Eto.
WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS.
Office and Salesrooms— 4 l2 Fine street,
.Nevada Bank llnildlug.
Friday _ei>leinber 5, 1890,
At 11 o'clock a. m., on the premises.
No. 1930 BUSH STREET, NEAR LAGUNA,
....WE WILI, SELL....
THE ELEGANT FURNITURE OF residence
... .COMPBI.IN.*. ...
Inlaid Walnut Frame Parlor Suit, upholstered In
Crimson-figured French Tapestry; largo French-
plate Mautel Mirror ln Inlaid Walnut Frame; Turk-
Is-. Kasy and B-Kteptton Chairs; Lounges, Divans
and .lockers; Walnut and Ebonlzed Tables and ("alt-
Incts; Oil Paintings and Engravings; Lace Curtains
and (Jilt Poles; Turcoman Draperies; Elegant Inlaid
Walnut and Antique Oak Chamber Furniture; best
Hair Top and Spring Mattresses: Feather Pillows:
Blankets; Walnut Chiffoniers; '•*'_ Bedsteads and
Mattresses: nearly new Body Brussels and Tapestry
Carpets: Kugs; Inlaid Walnut Marble-top Side-
board, Jacoblu style; Pedestal Exteusion Table and
Chairs to mutch: French China Dinner and Tea
Sets; Glass and Plated Ware: Medallion Kange;
Linoleum and Kitchen Utensils; Handsome Fiat of
6 large sunny rooms. Bath. Closets, etc., to let. Ap-
ply on premises or auctioneer.
ses 21 WILLIAM ISLTTFI.FII_.,n, Auctioneer.
EDWARD S. SPEAR & CO.,
Furniture, Book and General Auctioneers,
31 and :;:' Sutter street.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
Friday Neiitemheru, 1800,
At 11 o'clock a. m., we will sell at
SOO Montgomory St.
ill. ll'- II ill 111! I, li.l _g),
By order of Joseph A. Hofman (on account of re-
moval) ins Entire Slock of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
..a.COMI-HIStN'O IX PART....
Books by all the- well-known author.. Bibles, Sta-
tionery < Chrl->tm.s Cards, .graphs, 1 _cor.il
N. S. ii. XV., Juvenile Hooks for the Holidays, etc;
also. Show-cases, Counters and Shelving; also, one
wood Case 7 Octave Square Pianoforte
(Dunham, maker) ; also, one l'arlor Organ.
EDW'ARII S. Sl'_AK Jt CO.. Auctioneers,
se3 3t 31 ami 33 Sutter street.
IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE
J___? _£_ " OF " £& ]_=_£
STANDARD AND HIGH DIiED
Thoroughbred Holstein Cattle,
Property of .1. H. WHIVB, T.nci., _al.ev!lle,
Sonoma County, Lul.,
Friday September 5, 1890,
At 11 O'clock A. M.,
AT RAILROAD STABLES,
Corner of Turk and Steiner Streets, S. I.
JO" Catalogues now ready, and will be sent on ap-
plication only. Horses and rattle may bo seen a;
ranch, six miles from I'etalmna, until September
lst, and theu at stable until day of sale.
I.II.I.1!' A CO., Auctioneers.
It 2.. Montgomery street. S. F.
WILLIAM J. DINGER
Ileal ..--into Auctioneer,
Nos. li;i> and -l.v Klehth Street. Oakland.
KASTON, ELDI'.IDGE J CO., 633 Market street,
IMPORTANT CREDIT SALE!
By order or HON. Z. MONTGOMERY, of
47— Beantifal Building Lots— 47
GROVE, FOSTIETH and FOHTY-FIRST ST3„
On the line or the new Electric lloail to Berkeley,
_____ IBS. ________ Jim. -D !
PEREMPTORY AUCTION !
SATURDAY SEIMEMBER 6 f 1890,
At 2 __•. m. on the Grounds.
This magnificent tract la subdivide., into 47 lots
from 30to 35 feet front by 110 to 1 1 8 feet in depth,
on high ground, between (irove street and Tele-
lilt-. Ni;\v ELECTRIC ROAD is now laid on
Orove street, by this property, and will be running
by November Ist.
The present Telegraph-avenue hor3e-ear line (the
owners of which are considering changing to an
electric or c. ble tine) is within 300 Teet, and For-
tieth street is the main thoroughfare passing from
Telegraph avenue to San Pablo avenue aud is 100
feet In width.
This property la In the direct line of Improvement
and must rapidly enhance in value, and no section
Offers greater inducements to those seeking conve-
nient and healthful home-sites.
TERMS-ONLY ONK-*H'ARTER CASH-
Hataneß in three equal yearly payments, with Inter-
est at 8 per cent per annum.
Do not fall to secure a catalogue and examine this
elegant property before the day of sale.
£__?- To reach the property take the Telegraph-
avenue stre. t-cars from Fourteenth and Broadway,
i rom which point the property is reached lv about
I- or luaps-aud further particulars apply to
WILLIAM J. DINGEE,
400-10? Birntti Street, Oakland,
Or, KASTON, KI.DUIIXiK A: CO., 639 Market Street,
San Krancisco. , an__o 2830 31 aeg td -
WILLIAM J. DINGEE,
ErIAL ESTATE AUCTIONEEB,
401) r ii.l it;: I i-lit li street. Oakland.
KASTON, ELDRIDOE __ CO., 638 Market St., S. F
THE LINDA ROSA TRACT
63 ELEGANT 1 SUBDIVISIONS
or rrom 35 to 50 lett front by 137 to 112 feet in
SAT.KDAV .SEPTb-MISKK 13. 1890,
At '_ o'clock r. _ on the Gronnd,
Corner of East 14th st, and Leise aye.
This elegant tract fronts on East Fourteenth st.
(the principal thoroughfare from Oaklaud to Sin
l.eandro). I. else anil Fremont _vc_., jnst east of
Fruitvale aye., and convenient to Fruitvale station
of the local railroad, and the Alameda County ltail-
road to Laundry Farm passes close by this tract,
which, together with the extensive harbor Improve-
ments Now IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION by
the United States Government and the many fac-
tories in this vicinity, makes these lots ESPECI-
ALLY DKiiIKAHIaK for home sites or for Invest-
ment, as there must lie a ItAl'lD ENHANCEMENT
IN VALUKS In this section.
Th, climate of lruilvale It celebrated : the soil Is
the most productive; fruits ami flowers flourish iv
the greatest prolusion.
Some or the handsomest residences in Alameda
County are Id the Immediate vicinity of this prop-
.'-lill-IS. ONLY ONE-lOI'BTH CASH,
Italance In three equal yearly payments, at 8 per
cent per annum. '"_'*__.,
Do not rail to secure a catalogue and examine this
choice property belore the day of sale.
For catalogues and further particulars apply to
WILLIAM J. i'l.NliEK,
40(1 anrt MS r.n_liili Street, Oakland,
Or EASTON, ELDRIDOE * CO.,
838 Market Street, San Frauclsco. so 3 lit
FROOMBER6 & CO.,
LIVE _To.a_ & GENERAL AUCTIONEERS.
031 MISSION STKKET,
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SPECIAL AUCTION SALE.
* "_: By order of A. I*. I 1 1 A LIN ., ESC..
On Friday September 19, 1890
At 11 o'clock,
AT THE _-_I__J__D LIVERY STABLE.
M Will. I. li. .'AL.
We Will Offer 19 Bead of Fashionable Trot-
ting Stock and 3 Registered Holstein Bulls.
Among them Is the Stallion,
HEN. BENTON Jl'.,
Sired by Oeneral Benton, owned by Governor Stan-
ford. This stock is the get of General Benton Jr.
and Elector, oy Electioneer. '• i - , - ',"
For catalogues and further particulars Inquire or
Fltooiil-RltO * CO., Anctloneer*.
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