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THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Initial Party Given by (he Berlin
Club Last Kiglit.
The Gcdecs fi'.vcr Wfdsicg— Surprise on Va
kncia Street — Jfyaya Club Farly.
The Cotillon Club, the organization of. the
society people of Oakland, has been reor
ganized for the present season of social
gayeties with about the same membership
of the club of last year and on about the
same lines. The Executive Committee con
. cists of Mr. Rhodes Borden, Mr. S. W. M -
JCee, Mr. 11. B. Houghton and Mr. Harry
Miller. Four parties will be given during
the season, two before and two after the
I li lays, the dates betas November l-tth,
December 12th, January 9th and January
i'Oth. This year a secret committee has
been appointed to act on all applications
for membership and invitati ns. This com
mittee is distinct from the Executive Com
mittee and none of. the members of the
latter are on it. They are the only ones in
the club who know who this committee is.
The first party will be an assembly and the
latter three will be germans.
Bishop and Mrs. O. P. Fi:?;erald were
acreeably entertained at luncheon at the
residence of Mr. D. E. McKinlay at Santa
Rosa Tuesday evening last.
■•:♦• second anniversary souvenir ball of
the National Club will take place at B'uai
B'rith Hall this evening.
The monthly social of Pacific Council, No.
S, Order of Chosen Friends, took place last
evening at Washington Hall. After a pleas
; nt entertainment, in which the Peak sisters
participated, dancing was enjoyed till mid
niglit, under the direction of Mr. J. J. Host
lander. Tne affair was given under the aus
l>ues of the officers, as follows: Mrs.
Clarke, Mrs. L. J. Pink ham, Miss M -
Creary, Miss Simpson, Mrs. A. J. Huu:er,
lir. W. A. White.
The Oleta Club ill give their fifth anni
versary souvenir ball at Odd Fellows' Hall
Mr. Charles 1.. Zeigler, son of the late Mr.
J. L. Zirgler of this city, has been chosen as
valedictorian of the c. ass of "91 of the Phila
delphia Dental College at Philadelphia, Pa.
To-day the Corinthian yacht Club will
cl«se the season with an Informal reception
to members and their lady friends at the
club-house in Tiburon.
Oilier entertainments for the evening are
these of Qermania Lodge, No. 20, TJ. E. A.,
at Milels Building; the eighteenth anniver
sary ba i ol the Swedish Society, at Irving
Hall, and an entertainment and ball at the
South S;in Francis Opera House by Young
Men's Institute Xo. 32.
A lincli**Jor'** I'.irewell at Snn Juso.
One of the pleasantest parties ever given
iv San Jose took place Thursday evening at
. the La Molle House. It was given by Mr.
H. Ward Wright to a number of his bach
elor friends, the occasion bains his ap
jirnnching marriage to Miss Mary Murphy,
uangliter of Hon. and Mrs. B. D. Murphy.
There were about twenty guests present
and » most elaborate njenu was served.
Mr. Ho well C. Moore presided at the ban
quet, sitting at the head of the table, and
Mr. Wright sat at the foot The discussion
ii an elaborate menu was followed by ap
Among those present were: Mr. 11. C.
Moore, Hon. B. D. Murphy, Mr. Frank
Wright, Mr. 11. B. Alvord, Mr. I. Loeb, Mr.
A. Friant, Mr. J. 11. Henry, Mayor S. X.
i: icKer, Mr. William L. Gill, Mr. J. W.
Fiudlay, Mr. L. G. Xesmith, Mr. D. T.
Bryant, Mr. X. 11. Castle, Mr. John Tully.
lh' Burno])-Li vine-ton AY to tiding.
■On Wednesday evening, October loth, at
the Palace Hotel, Mr. William Marshall
Burnop of Uiica, X. V., and Mrs. Julio
Xelltj Livingston of East Oakland were
united in marriage by the Rev. Dr. Lathrop,
i:i the presence only of a f.-w friends of Mr.
R. H. Lloyd, the lady's leg guardian.
On tne following day Mr. and Mrs. Bur
nop left for a tour through the southern
part of the State, and upon their return,
two weeks hence, will take up their resi
. dence in East Oakland.
Mr. Bnrnop is well known in Washington
and all through the Eastern States having
been for many years private secretary foci
. the late Roscoe Conkling. He was al;\
Clerk (f the Senate, and lately closely cg> -
runted with Mr. Henry ( .■•.." Mr. Bi:r:;
■Kill make California his luture home.
'_ :'■'- ' The Berlin Club r >rtv.
Some curiosity attached tothe initial party
of the Berlins held last evening at Union
square Hall. The new club Is named after
tie latest dance, la Berline, a variation of
the five-step polka, ar.d is thus appro
priately the "latest thing out."
Their first party was very pleasant and
select, auguring well for the season's suc
cess, providing always that the same care is
rxeicised in regard to the arrangements fur
the pleasure of guests. Some 750 invitations
ln.d been issued, »nd many of these were
courteously extended to members of brother
organizations. A bright company of "young
mi and maidens" assembled In response.
Blum's niii->ie delighted the dancer*, who
were provided with neat programmes,:priuted
in script, the various dances being happily
dedicated to some of the more select of the
numerous 8 cial organizations in existence.
Mi. Elmer D. Roach led the grand march
with Miss Jessie Castle, and the somewhat
long : gramme continued til! after 1 o'clock.
Tee cage was effectually draped with flags
r.nd rated with the inscription, in gold,
"initial Party of the Berlins," to which
might have been added, after IU o'clock, the
verdict "a decided suueess."
The officers of the new club are: Presi
dent, Elmer D. Roach; Vice-President,
.loliu Power; Recording Secretary, J. J.
Crowe; Financial Secretary, J. F. Mc-
Geongh; Treasurer, Frank L. Noriega. The
various committees were composed as fol
lows: Committee of Arrangements— John
Power (Chairman), D. J. Sheehan, J. J.
Crowe: floor director, Elmer D. Roach;
Floor Committee— Frank L. Noriega, W. E.
Bowes, J. F. McGeough, E. J. llayden, F.
A. Wohu, X. J. Penderjast Joseph Days.
Reception Committee— Tile Berlins.
Tlie Godens Silver Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gcdeus celebrated
tl:e twenty-liitli anniversary of their wed
t-llui; on October 10th at theii residence. Ten
briffe street, between Platte and Yazoo,
.Smith San Francisco. The parlors were
handsomely decorated with flowers and
Tne affair was a family reunion, as all
branches of the family were represented,
brides a number of guests. Tne presents
received from kind friends, both present and
absent, were many, and some very elaborate
and costly, being the exquisite work of the
silversmith's art. Vocal and instrumental
music and games were indulged in until a
late hour, when a line supper was spread
and the happy bride and bridegroom of
twenty-five years were toasted in bumpers
of the vintage of la belle France.
Among the invited guests were: Mrs. J.
C. Kemp Van Ec, mother of the bride; Dr.
F. Kemp Van Ec, Mrs. D. Krausse, F. Som
iners, Mr, and Mrs. William Kemp, Mr. and
Mrs. V. Merini, Mr. and Mrs. M. Creael),
Miss M. C. Godeos, Mr. L. Miller, Mrs. M.
A. King, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Komi. Van Ec
Jr., Mr. 11. Kemp Van Ec, Mi-is 11. Scfaoe
maker, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. KraU3se, Mr. and
Mrs. E. T. Adams, Mr. and Mr*. F. li.
Kransse, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kemp Van
Ec, Mr. P. F. Krausse and Mr. M. Deianey.
lhe Nynya Club l'nrty.
The Xyaya Club gave their fifth annivers
ary party last evening at Mission Opera
Hall, which was handsomely decorated with
led, white and blue streamers and festoons
for the occasion. National flags embellished
the stage and tho atmosphere hud been
tcentcd in honor of the lady guests.
About 250 couples embraced the, pleasant
opportunity of meeting their friends, nnd
almost that number participated in the
. march, which was led by Mr. M. J.
Tobinand Miss Lizzie Minna. Blum's Or
chestra officiated iv satisfactory style. The
programmes were very natty, the club's title
across the cover in raised gold letters being
bold and tasteful. At 1 o'clock them was a
general departure for home.
The officers of the club are: President,
W. H.-Cole; Vice-President, Parker Jones;
Secretary, W. B.Kye; Treasurer, E. Sulli
van; Sergeant, F. D. Xye. The committee*
were composed as follows: Committee of
Arrangements — B. Nye (Chairman), Ed
Sullivan, F. D. Nye, Parker Jones, M. J.
Tobin, J. C. Fogarty, A. Raymond; Recep
tion Committee— B. Xye, F. I). Xye, F.
Coulter, Charles E. Myers, Frank Felling,
11. wards; floor manager, M. J. Tobin;
assistant floor manager, Gordon Berry;
Flow Committee— W. If. Cole, R. E. Wilson,
Parker Jones, J. C. Fogarty, Arthur Ray
'! lie X :wln Forrest Dramatic Clnb Party.
The Edwin Forrest Dramatic Club gave a
Very enjoyable party last evening at their
club-ii onu, 215 Fifteenth street-
The programme for the occasion was as
follows: Scanlan's "Swine Song," Miss
lion w Tucker; sailor's hornpipe, Miss
Anna Clark; recitation, "Mrs. Mulcahy on
the Chinese Question," Misi Katie McGory;
song, "MeGiuty'i Wake," Mr. E. J. Bdnr:
iccitatlon, "The Tramp," Mr. Fredrick
Yeatoii; tha comedian of the club, Mr.
James A. Macrath. uave a very artistic sons
and dance in costume; stump speech, "Who
Was Adam," Mr. Henry A. Spear; recita
tion, "Dockery Setting the Eggs," Mr.
Barry I^. <iiick; recitation, "Brutus and
Csesnr," Messrs. IS. Linlield anil Sanford
Wolf. After the entertainiueut a supper
was i-erved to tbe guests.
Arnold thos« ]iresent were: Miss Edna
Jlandervi le, Miss Anna Clark, Miss Alice
Clark, Miss Katie McQory, Mlffl Morrow-
Tucker. Mi«s Maud Livingston, UissAnette
Gorman, Miss May WvtoßSton, Miss May
(ioniian; Messrs. William F. Uudolph, L.
Sims J. V. Miigraili, T. O. Woodward,
Harry L. QliCk. K. J. Edgar, Arthur
Chroder, Josep Wacholder, William Hage
man, Henry A. Spear, William Clark, Ban
ford Wolt, Frederick Veaton. Ihomas Aye,
I*. Soso, D. Shahaa.
Surprise Party on Valencia Street.
A most pleasant surprise party was given
to Miss Tonic lleineniann by a large Dum
ber or her friends at her mother's residence,
511 Valencia street. The occasion was her
eighteenth birthday anniversary, and the
house was beautifully decorated with flow
ers ami everareens.
A very pleasant evening was spent in
singing, games ami dancing. At 13 o'clock
supper was served, after which dancing was
kept up till a late hour, when the guests de
parted, having had a very pleasant time.
Those present were:-. . Mrs. ileinemann,
Mr. and Mr.". Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Hasael
wander, -Mr. and Mrs. Leiehter, Mrs. Swlnd,
Mrs. K. Wilson, Miss Frida Keeker, Miss
Emma Hamburg, the Misses Lottie, Julie
and Mac Sto'.z, the Misses Rose and Kate
Kaisli, Miss Media Hinz, Miss Sara
McLaugblln, Miss Kato Erlewriu, Miss
Mac Johnson, Miss Lizzie Fisher, Miss
Emma Fauss, Miss Lillie Ilnpnn, Miss An
nie Lauipkan, Miss Emily Junkei, Miss Ida
Mielion, Miss Emma Lticke. Miss Flora Al
toff, Miss Alice Efelnemann, Messrs. Charles
Sto . . August Stolz, F. S) )i/, J. Hinz, Paul
Hiiz. Paul Ziegler. W. Becker, Henry
Kriisky, C. Browo, W. Ralsh, W. Pattosfen,
A. Anderson, C. Hand, W. Groslieim, O.
Schoeper, \V. Johnson, I. Staut, John
Myers, Eugene Inchau, Arthur Fischer, J.
SwinU, F. Heinemann.
The H.'.lbrook-Altken Wedding.
The wedding of Mr. Leonard Wales Hol
brook of San Rafael and Miss Amelia M.
Aitken of Benicia took place last Tuesday
evening at the residence of the bride's sister
on Valencia street. The parlors were hand
somely dscorated with choice flowers and
Promptly at 9 o'clock, as the strains of
the wedding march sounded forth, the bridal
party entered the parlors. The ceremony
wns performed by th« Rev. Dr. Spaldingot
St. John's Episcopal DUurch, Miss Lizzie
Aitken, sister of the bride, acting as brides
maid and Mr. E. Hencle as Groomsman.
i:.e bride was handsomely attired in brown
silk, veil and wreath of orange blossoms.
The bride received some very costly and
■ After the congratulations had been ex
tended by their friends all present repaired
to the diniutj-rooru, whore a bountiful re
past was in waiting, to which all did ample
justice. At a late hour, as the happy couple
took their departure, their way to the car
riage was showered with old shoes and rice.
Mr. and Mrs. llolbrook, alter spending a
few days in Redwood City with friends, will
return to San Rafael, where they will take
up their residence.
i lie I. S. Cr.iDt Lodge Parts'.
Theliftu anniversary ball of U. 5. Grant
Lodge, No. 11, United Endowment Asso
ciates, took place last evening at Irving
Hall. The Park Baud furnished music for
a select company of dancers. Following
composed the various committees: Commit
tee of Arrangements— Mr. William llealey,
Mrs. F. J. Williams, Mrs. E. J. Harms. Mr.
C. J. Dondas, Mr. 11. Lake; Inception Com
mittee—Mrs. M. J. Hoffman, Miss X. Mo-
Lane, Miss G. Ziegenhirt, Mr. M. C. Xunan;
floor manager, Charles 1). Davis: Floor
Committee— Mrs. H. Lantheaume, Mr. J. .1.
Di-.n, Mrs. llattio 11. Brainard, Mr. David
F. Ewart, Mr. James Porteus.
Al'lci^iiil i* nr t v
A most enjoyable tarty was given last
Saturday evening by Mrs. Thomas Fruzer at
her residence. The parlor was handsomely
decorated with flowers and the lawn was
illuminated with gayly colored lanterns.
The evening was spent in the enjoyment of
music and dancing until a late hour. Among
those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Frazer. Mr. A. Frazer, Mr. and Mrs. Ward,
Miss Kitty Ward, Miss Alice Ward, Mr. and
Mrs. Butwell, Mr. and Mr-. Burin, Miss M.
Burin, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin, Miss M. Cal
vin, Miss B. Ladd, Miss M. Rebalddt, Mrs.
K. Sparling, Miss M. Crouly, Mrs. Power,
.Miss M. Power, Miss N. Power, Miss J.
•?<?\vyer, Miss 11. Sheldon, Miss Moggie M -
y -ley, Miss M. McWann, Mrs. Walsh, Mrs.
! P r 9* Landers, Mrs. William Taylor. Miss M.
D J&C«rtby, Messrs. N. Fitzgerald, .i. Rums
uu, Maddulovich, J. Coster, M. Easan, A.
Ladd, Job Ladd, F. Kelly, M. Kelly, J. Tay
lor, D. Mi Mann, J. Mahouey, M. Welch, J.
Murphy, C. llayden, J. Long.
J'.-irlv on Shipley Street.
A pleasant surprise party was given to
Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. Jaeger, on Saturday
evening, at their residence. in Shipley street.
There was music, dancing, etc. The follow
ing were present: Mr. and Mrs. G. 11.
Jaeger, Mr. and Mrs. Trim pi it, Mr. and
Mis. U. E. Jaeger. Mr. and Mrs. R. Cox,
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Decusta, jlr. and Mrs. T.
O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Driscoll, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Campion, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-
Dade, Mr. and Mrs. E. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs.
Captain Dulquist, Mrs. J.-Kiiroy, Miss Mary
Sullivan, Miss Kate Moran, Miss Florence
Cox, Miss May Flynn, Miss Eva Jaeger,
Miss May Jaeger, Mas Lily Watson, Miss
Mary McManis; Messrs. C. Jackson, J.
Black, 11. llolbere, S. Cox, H. Limske,
E. Flynn, K. Leisliman, W. Cierkin, C.
Brown, B. Luff and Walter Ellis.
Mr. August J. Bowie joined his family at
the Hotel del Coronado last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wooster have given up
housekeeping in favor of passing the winter
at the Hotel Pleasant! n.
Mr. D. G. Schofield has gone to New ball
on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Uovee are at the
Pleasanton for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Goodman have gone on
a trip East
Passed Assistant Surgeon M. 11. Craw
ford, U. S. X., recently detached from the
United States steamer Monongahela, is
visiting relatives in Davenpoit, lowa.
Colonel and Mrs. Hoffman, Miss Hoffman
and Messrs, Hoffman and Ogden Hoffman,
who have been spending the summer season
at San Rafael, will return to their residence
on Bush street next month.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. North and Mr.
and Mrs. Nat T. Messer are at the Hotel
Pleasanton for the winter season.
Mr. and Mrs. Brink and Miss Dora Brink,
who have been visiting this city, returned
to their home in Soquel last week.
Miss Mamie Leisen oft this city is visiting
relatives In Santa Uosa.
Mrs. M. Quirk of Portland is visiting her
sister, Mrs. M. Meeban of this city.
Mrs. M. D. Foley of Reno has been visit
ing in this city.
Lieutenant O. W. Lowry, U. S. N., has
left for the East.
Mrs. J. Adolph of Truciee has come down ■
to this city to reside.
Lieutenant-Commander and Mrs. William
W. Mead will shortly leave Mare Island for
Japan. Captain Mead has been ordered to
command the United Stales ship l'alos of
the Asiatic squadron.
Mis-. Lottie Cerf has left San Diego to re
turn to her home in this city. She will stop
at Anaheim and Los Angeles to visit friends.
Mrs. W. E. Dargle h;ts returned to Oak
land from a visit to ban .lose.
Mr. T. K. Statelet of the Northern Pacific
is at San Diego.
Bishop Wiojitield was a guest yesterday at
the Occidental Hotel.
Airs. J. P. Jones nnd Miss Alice Jone3
went to Gold Hill on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierson Durlirow (nee
Dodge) are on their way north.
Mr. Louis Sloss and family liavn returned
to this city after spending several weeKs in
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. I'rentiss have taken
apartments at the Pieasanton.
Captain S. A. Eldridue is a constant vis
itor to Saiisalito, where ha IS a prominent
member of the Pacific Yacht Club.
Mrs. E. B. Crocker is down on a visit from
Sacramento and is located at the Palace
Mr. and Mrs. It. I). Hume will bo domi
ciled at the Occidental Hotel during the
Mr. and Mrs. Grove L. Jobinon and Miss
M. A. Johnson, of Sacramento, aie at the
Mr. and Mrs. Percy P. Moore (nee Macon
dray) are spending a few weeks at Kuights
Miss Birdie Buck of Oakland is the guest
of Miss Grace Folger of Stockton.
Mr. John D. Feldman made a flying trip
to Del Monte last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tubbs returned the
first of the week from the Hotel del Monte,
where they have beenduiing the past four
months. They are at the Palace Jlitl. -
Mr. William J. Dutton passed Saturday
and Sunday at Del Monte.
General E. F. Bealeof Washington, I). C,
who, under the administration of General -
Grant, was the United iitiitas Minister to
Vienna, 13 quartered at the Palace Hotel. -
Dr. and Mrs. Cluness are at Del Monte.
Mr. and Mrs. : Charles G. Hooker, Miss
Hooker and Miss Bmbls Hooker have been
visiting friends in Boston.
Miss Angela Morrison of San Jose is visit
ing Mrs. L. D. MiKissick, at 1311 Hyde
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Grand returned on
Monday from their cottage at San Kafaol. :
THE MORNING- CALL, SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
OAKLAND - ALAMEDA.
Democrats Said to De Swapping
Boaidmat.'! Dificit Made Good— Diversion of
Alameda Creek's Water— Another
Cay for Registration.
The Democrats of Alameda County hopo
to ban at le.ist one or two of the county
offices in tiie fight tiiis fall, not being very
particular which, but rather favoring the
Shrievalty or Assessor because those offices
carry with them seme of the patronage, and
it is the spoils that the hungry unterritied
are after. They are willing, it is said, to
swap anybody on the ticket for McCleverty
or llackett from l'ond down, and even the
so-called "non-partisan" judiciary is be
lieved to be included in this trading process,
if there is any one who wants to make it.
Cleve Dam for County Clerk believes that,
because ho is well known to all the young
men, he will have their votes, and as the
patronage ol the office he desires is consider
able hn may hold the votes of his party, but
it is not likely that many of Uie young Ke
puldicans will scratch iheir ticket for him.
The. 'Democrats are endeavoring also to
charge tlie recent shortage of County Clerk
boardmau to the Republican candidate, for
Assessor, Ilobert S. I.eckie. The accusa
tions are denied by him.
The First Congregauonal Church yester
day petitioned the court to allow it to trans
fer the little church on Market and
Twenty-second streets to the Market-street
congregation, which has been a branch for
some years but which was allowed by the
parent society to become a separate congre
gation a few weeks ago.
The County Board of Supervisors at its
meeting yesterday dircussed the petition for
a franchise fur an electric street-raijgoad to
Haywards. The matter will come up agniu
THE SHOBTAGF. MADE GOOD.
The resignation of County Clerk nnd
Auditor Charle-. T. Boardmau was pre
sented to the Alameda Couuty Board of Su
pervisors yesterday in session and placed
on tile. The resignation 'vas duly accepted
by preamble and resolution, and James E.
Crane, who is the Republican candidate for
the ullice, was ai'poiutid to serve tlie unex
pired term. lie will file his bond and as
sume the duties, of the office this morning.
Before the resignation of Mr. Boarduian
w.is presented to the Board of Supervisors
every cf nt of the shortage, as shown by the,
book-, was ou hand and tho office turned
. irr clear. He has turned over all his
properly to his bondsmen so as to secure
'hem as far ns possible. His condition,
though still dangerous, was much belter
yesterday. Boardman also transferred yes
terday to Senator W. E. Dargie lot 24, Block
li, Oakland View Homestead Association
Tract, tlie consideration being 31.
District Attorney Reed has advised the
County Clerk that t-ni rrow being a legal
holiday, registrations need n t close until
Monday evening, and consequently the office
will be kept open until lu o'clock Monday
night. It is expected that nearly, if not
quite, 19,000 names will be reaistered. Up
to the close of the day yesterday 18,700 had
It wns reported to Secretary Theobald of
the Humane Society yesterday that a bal»y
home on Castro street, near Eighth, is uot
properly conducted and that the children
are cruelly treated. The managers and as
sistants deny this, Mr. Theobald will make
The Weit O.tkland Republicans will meet
at Hanson's Hall this evening and have a
ALAMKDA CBXZK WATKBB.
George Althuser and his wife yesterday
sued tlie Alameda -Sugar Company and BSk
for an injunction to prevent it from divert
ing and polluting the water of the Alanieda
Creek above their land, being fifty-five acres
on the bank of the stream, they clalminz to
be ri| arinn owners. They have an orchard
which they value at $10,000, and an annual
fruit yield from tue same valued at S9OOO.
They allege that the company is erecting
huge pumps to divert the Hater, which has
benitited tne orchard by seepage, and that
the water which will go back Into the
stream, will be polluted. The land is near
'lhe funeral of Dr. R. E. Cole took place
from the First Congregational Church, of
which he bad been Cnatrman of the. IS .ard
(it Trustees for thirty \cars, only declining
re-election at the beginning of tlie present
church year, a few weeks agn, on account of
hi altb. The pall-bearers were: E. I. Flint,
Chnrles T. Haw ley, C. W. Kellogg, Israel
Knoz, A. D. Wilder and R. W. Snow, who
carried the remains lrem the residence to
the chunh. which was omy a few doors
away. The services were conducted by
Rev. Drs. J. K. McLean and George Moi ar,
both ministers delivering brief addresses.
A boy named Casey was jumping on a
passing wagon at East Oakland yesterday,
when in some way his leg w is caught in the
-1 i kea i f I i- wheel, and before the wagon
Con id be stopped was broken and the knee
dislocated. A surgeon was called, who at
tended the boy's injuries.
Tlie new Methodist Episcopal Church at
Golden Gate will be dedicated ut a o'clock
1 he Board of Health has adopted an order
prohibiting the construction of pan or hop
The iiu mbers of the Alanti da Bicycle Club
will go to Sau Rafael to-morrow aud take a
run to IVtaluma.
The Alameda Boat and Swimming Club
has issued invttatii ns for its house-warming,
which will take place in its new house at the
foot of Twentieth street on Saturday even
ing, November is 1 .
i i ogreasman Joseph McKenna will arrive
in Alameda about 2 o'clock this afternoon,
end will be met ;it the Park-street depot by
a delegation of citizens, and will be driven
about town. Jn the evening a mass-ineetii: ;
will be held In Park Opera House, and will
he addressed by Mr. McKenna and James A.
Senator W. n. Stewart was in Alameda
yesterday. He stilt has extensive pioperty
interests here, and is active in this city's
welfare. He tl. inks that the bill appropri
ating 850.0C0 for a Postofflce site and build
ing for Alameda, which has already passed
the Senate, will pass the b.wer House and
receive the signature of the President.
The preliminary examination of R. S.
l.'i .ry (.ii a charee of ostault with a deadly
weapon took place before Justice Byler yes
terday. The complaining witness was \\ ill
lam Burke, who alleged that Rlsley, while
disputing the correctness of a bill," struck
him oo the head with a hummer. Justice
Byler was convinced that the blow was
Struck in self-defense and discharged the
The Republicans of the eastern end of
HiH city are making a strong effort to re
elect 1). W. Martin Supervisor of the Second
District Ilis opponent is a man canted
Jensen, who lives in Crow Canyon, near
Hay wards, nnd who is unacquainted with
the needs of Alanifida. Mr. Martin has ac
ceptably filled the position of Supervisor for
It Will t)\>en Ni xi Monday cm Van Sen
Arrniif — The Concern.
Tlie grand bazaar in aid of the new Catho
lic Cathedral Furnishing and Building
Fund will open next Monday evening, Oc
tober 201b, in tho Cathedral Hull, corner of
V:.n Ness avenue and O'Farrell street It
Will remain optn until Saturday evening,
.November Bth. The hall in which the
®_@=S==lEMost Perfect. Marifi^-g-o- a--
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder— V
Superior to every other known.
Used r in Millions of Homes— Years the Standard.
Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes
.:_-::■ :■'-.;' Palatable and Wholesome. '
No other baking powder I does such work.
bazaar will be held U spacious enough to
accommodate thousands of visitors »ud ad
mit of ample room for , booths as well. It
will be decorated for the occasion under the
supervision of a committee of Indies, whose
taste will fashion the ornamentation. t Pro
fessor A. C. Eimer, orcanist of St. .Mary *
Cathedral, is making arrangements for a
series of charming vocal ami instrumental
concerts to take place during the bazaar
under his direction. The church auditory
will b« used for there, entertainments, at
which the grand new onran will be used.
Tlie Week's Building News—Lat
est Reported Sales — Notes.
During the week Uiere hnve been executed
not less than forty-two Improvement con
tracts amountine to a lit: le over Sl!Xi,OOO.
This includes recorded and unrecorded con
tracts. Of this amount fifteen agreements
aggregate SITo.iMX), particulars of which have
bees already reported.
G. 11. Umbsen & Co. sold yesterday lot
2GxIOO on the west linn of Hampshire street,
151 feet south of Twenty-fourth street for
SHOO. The purchaser U Hannah Creem,
who expects to build on the land in tlie near
future. J. J. Carroll was the former owner.
V. E. Maype & Co. have purchased the old
Oceanslde House, on tho beach south of the
Park, in Block 1220, for 58560.
The C'iiinall-Filzhugh-liopKins Company
has disposed of the irregular lot in Blnck
'J4t; north of the park, 74:4 feet on Point
Lobos avenue and OS feet on Thirty-eiguth
avenue, for $1000.
Bnronam it Marsh sold yesterday for Mrs.
.1. Dowlinjr, lot 27:6X120, on the north line of
Fulton street, VM feet east of Octavia, to
l'eter Featherton for S'JiWO.
O. D. Baldwin, Joost & Mertetis report
the sale of the norfheastcorner of Cortland
avi nue and McLellan .street, 70x8£ for
$2000, and the northeast corner of Stniiyau
and Clarendon streets, S3xl<H>, for $2250.
Buckingham it Co. sold late yesterday
afternoon a lot on the northwest corner of
Tenth avenue and L strt-et, o-:0xlo0. for
SHOO, and lot 2&O20 on tho ea.st side of
Eighth avenue, between 1 and J streets,
near the Olympic Club grouuds, for $1000.
Bovee, Toy & Co. will offer to speculators
or investors about 10CO lots south of Golden
liuuntrce Tiros, aie about to begin another
row of buildings on thu corner ol Oak and
lhe Evening Bulletin in speaking of tho
large deposits in the savings banks pays :
There probably never w:us a time when
deposits in the several local savings institu
tions were so larye in amount as they Bre
just bow. An important factor in the ncco
mulation of money is the activity which pre
vails in the building live, which neofssarily
extends to kindred industries. California
mechanics are noted as patrons of savings
banks, and when they are working full tune
they are able to deposit more, of their wanes
than when trade is slack. This class of de
positors often develop Into real-estate specu
lators in a small way, but Ibis avenue is not
sought after very much just at present, for
the reason that workin^ineu are of the
opinion that vacant lots at present pi ices are
not an attractive investment. Tlie de-ire to
possess homes ii none tbe less than in days
gone by, but it costs almost as much now to
buy bare land as it once did to purchase
both house and lot. This is, of course, a
natural consequence of the city's growth.
Still, ii any change-should occur by which
present asking prices should he lowered, it
is more than likely that much money now
00 deposit in the savings banks would liud
its way into real estate for homestead pur
William Butterfield & Co., the well-known
auctioneers, will otter at public vetidue to
diy at l o'clock, on the ground, ilenlo Park,
sixty choice villa and residence lots near the
Aleulo Depot. A special excursion train
will convey parties to and from the sale at
the reduced rate of 50 cents for the round
JLHTEBJBSTIK6 TO THE LADIKS.
Tho Old Can Piuses a ISemllfal Com
plexion — Tbe ■!! i.w "I . il European
I. - i><-ii- ;i y of lieiuty mill 1 v rf.'H
Kradlcatnr of All KlixM of Facial
Comprising blackheads, pimples, moles,
waits superlluuus l.air, wrinkle?, moth
patches, freckles, or any disfigurement of
the facial skin, is located at 221 Powell
street, corner of Geaiy. Dr. Harris will be
pleased to meet any of the ladies of the
Coast who are suffering embarrassment from
facial blemishes or those desirous of im
proving their complexion. The doctor has
many excellent preparations for the toilet in
the absence of which no lady's dressing-case
is complete. Tho most renowned of all is Dr.
Harris* Arsenic Cure, which has met with
unparalleled success thioughout Europe.
Arsenic paste will preserve the most delicate
complexion in the most trying climate. It
renders the akin soft and smooth and Is In
valuable for sunburns, chapped hands, lips,
face, etc. It is .1 skin food and will re
move any wrinkles. Arsenic Paste is the
leading cosmetic of London, Paris, Berlin
and st. Petersburg. On the market only
three years, and to-day its sale exceeds all
other cosmetics combined. Arsenic is the
formula of, and la recommended by if.
Chevreuil, the celebrated French chemist,
and guaranteed by him entirely free from
minerals. The doctor will be found in his
ollice from 9 to 1- a. m. and ruin a to 5 I*, M .
consultation free. When completed the
facial blemish parlor of Dr. Harris will be a
marvel of beauty and interest to tho ladles.
Do not allow an v one to misrepresent these
preparations until you have seen for your
self and consulted with the doctor. All
consultations are private and in keeping
with the doctor only. There will also bo
attendants to look after th» wants and com
forts of callers, special arrangement! and
particular hours set for consulting aud
treatment. Do not forget that this is the
only dispensary of beauty on the Pacific
Coast. Ladies living at a distance can con
sult the doctor by mail. Oneoutnt of arsenic
treatment and directions sent to any address
on receipt of S5 or by express C. O. D. The
doctor has styled his establishment Dr.
Harris' European Dispensary of Beauty, and
taken up quarters at 221 Powell street, Sau
Francisco, Cal.» •
Extent Vacrtnt nnd liiKurvoyrd In Snn
General John F. Sbeehan, Begisterol tiio
United Slates Laud dlliee in this city, has
prepared tlie following schedules which
shows the amount of public laud DOW vacant
in the San FrancitCO land district, surveyed
and subject to entry, atd nl.^o the ijuautity
of unsnrveyed land:
an Luis > '1»i-|m> 1
* OA will
Only a smnll portion of Stanislaus, San
.li-.'i ; n. Mereed. Fresno, Kern, Venturu
and about hull of Santa liaruam are in this
SOMETHING NEW ~^Mr
EVERYDAY ! £j I
Do you know the sort of tai- YlSc "*' Hsr^
loring we are doing ? "TL^^f ** "*
Do you know how fair, our jT A. \\
prices are ? sMsSy*\ '
Our chance is good if you uiSsM l( \ £.
know. rillf /\ \ X
You need not think of doing / V \^
better, that's out of the ques- I _ V 1
tion ' llmml^ \
We are making better gar- \lm \Jffif \ — 1 y^^
ments than you are wearing, " W\ Vll^Sfi" r" /
at half the cost to you. }\ 1| 11 I &y^&
SUIT FOR $20 ■ I njfff m
That Nobody Else Can Slake. ft m StyleS | I\Vl &
SUIT FOR $50 Can Make. mm *>b ill O
Tlmt Nobody Klse Can Make. IMI ttl ° I I
TROUSERS FOR $5 if! Confined to K^\] II 1 1 111
That Nobody Else Can Make. rfrATr >^U I/ M
TROUSERS FOR $12 EICOLL «=S^yMi*
That Nobody Else Can Make. "**^ffj~^^
We are content with a small profit, 'cause the sales are
The volume of business done by us in a year is great, and
it's all done at slight advance over cost to us.
We show several thousand styles of fabrics. We importune
no one to buy, our goods and prices care for that.
You'll be as unfettered about the fitting, trimmings and
making— shoddy has no place in Nicoll's stores.
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SAN FRANCISCO CALL CO.,
525 Montgomery Street,
San Francisco, Cal.
rJrl ■';.'. PRY GOODS. ,
In conjunction \vi ' Ii all the other lead-
ing dry goods houses of the city our
store will hereafter close on Saturday
evening at C o'clock.
This action, which goes into effect to-
day, is taken for the benefit of our em-
ployes, as well as iii deference to the
Whites or Hip community in general as
expressed in the public press, and we
trust it will not inconvenience any of
our patrons m our sole aim is at all
times to further their interests. Iv
pursuance of this
Our store will close at 6 P. M, To-night
Marfet and Jones f poof ■
100 HEAD ROAD AND WORK HORSES
J£?S Jfc<3 .fe^S £55 £?&
Tuesday .October 31, 1890
At 10 a. m., at
«T. I>. HOKA.N'S SALE YARD.
Corner Tenth and Bryant Streets.
(Take Sutter-st cars to Ninth and Bryant sts.)
Sale will comprise 40 heart Young Horses, partially
broken, from ranch of f. .1. (,'OLUMBKT. San Jose;
also GO Lead Itoad and Work Horses, gentle and
most Of them good driving animals. Among them
are 2 Matched Koad Te.iras, t>ay3, and 1 Matcned
Team, grays: also 3 fine road horses.
The sale will be positive. Horses can be seen at
oclrt SaMo2t KIT.LIP .v ('".. Anrtlnneers.
TREASURES FOR TEACHERS.
For School Music Trackers:
BONG MA MAT..) Book! 1 2 3 It<
Complete Conrae in r Sue. 40c. 50c. —
Music Heading. J Per doz. $3, »1 21), »i 8u I i>
Song Collection, j 5O cents - » 4 80 P er doz - 3
bong colleetlea ; 50 ceilts - »* 80 P erdoz - $*
For High Schools:
SONG OREETIXfi. By 1.. O. Emerson. 60 CtS,
$ti uoz. A good book, with the best of music.
For Piano Teachers anil their Pupils t
Young I'layers* Popular Coll'n. 51 pieces') v ")
Young People's Classics. 62 pieces 1 "g 1
Popular Dance Collection. tits pieces i* j°£ g*
l'"alry Fingers. SB pieces] a ' I "
Classical l'laulst. 42 pieces) „ !
Piano Classics. Vol. 1, 44 pieces I - - [■»
Piano Classics. Vol. a. 31 pieces !23 *
Sabbath Hay Music. 38 pieces s=• o
Classic 4-hand Collection. 19 duets |^= '
Operatic Piano Collection. 19 operas J *»
CHOIR I.KATiERS use large quantities of onr
OCTAVO MUSIC. 7fKH) different Sacrcil and
Secular Selections, Glees, Quartets. -Anthems,
etc. Prices generally not more than 6 to 8
cents per copy, and a few dimes boy enough
for a society or choir. Send for Lists.
Hooks and Malt mailed far Kitnil Price.
OLIVER DITSQN COMPANY. BOSTON.
C. 11. Draoa A Co., *«7 Broadway, Now York City.
'-■^■■- ■■'. se2 tt TuTliSa
"Of all sad words of tongue or pen the
saddest are these, 'It might have been,' "
IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
A DURABLE, .LIGHT-ROHHIHG.
Instead or that cheaply made machine for which
good money was foolishly squandered.
i;uy a "DOMESTIC" and enjoy your in-
J. W. EVANS, Cen'l Agent,
26 Post Street.
.:':.- au3 7p tf ' ■•
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It can be (riven in a cap of coffee or tea, or
In articles of food, without the knowledge of
the patient.- if necessary. It Never Fails.
4- page book of particulars free. To be had of
.1. H. GATES A- CO.J 417 S:msonie St.- S. F.
lIEDINGTOS & CO.. 420 Market St., S. K.
an*.'!' ly cod
VEAKLY A WEEK HAS NOW ELAPSED SINCE
IX Mr. 0. It. riatt, the nominee or the Kepublican
Convention for Supervisor or the Eighth Ward, ten-
dered hlsdcclinatlonto the Republican County Com-
mittee, but as yet that body has taken no action on
the same, although a meeting was held two days
subsequent to the receipt on tie letter of declination.
This condition of affairs practically leaves the Elcbth
Ward without representation on the Kepublican
ticket, and a justifiable dm.in as to whether the va-
cancy will bt> filled In time to permit of the nominee
making an effective cauvius or the city. in view of
these farts, and taking into aon.iiacratlnn my resi-
dence of eighteen years In the \v;u»l. I am con-
strained, under tbe existing circumstances, to an-
nounce myself as an Independent Kepublican candi-
date for Supervisor of the Eighth Ward. In taking
tbis step I do not desire to appeal m antagonistic to
the Republican party or the late Kepublican Muni-
cipal Convention, lor I am loyal to both, and have
been since my Initial vote. Neither do I feel that I
am lacking In party allegiance by postal as an Inde-
pendent candidate, for at present 1 am the only can-
didate from the ISigbtn Ward on the Republican side
or the house. Had Mr. l'latt remained on the ticket
I would have been untiring in my efforts to elect
him, but as he saw fit to decline, I now submit my-
self for the suffrages of the Kepnbilcan voters or the
city. Respectfully. C. B. TAYLOK. 108 Hyde St., or
3li) Golden Gate aye. it*
~~ R. W. BURTIS,
FOR SUPERVISOR BTH WARD.
Regular Democratic Nominee.
' :■■■".-: i ■ oclS til . __"
J. M. LITGHFIELD,
liebnblican Nominee for
San Francisco, San Uateo and Mario Counties.
oci ttl coil • -'*'■- * £
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC nominee
For Stats Board of Equalization, Ist District,
CORDON E. SLOSS.
FOR city AND COUNTY surveyor.
•\XTJ\X. 3EE. PITZ3UGH,
KIiUVLAR IiEMOCKATIO MJ.MiNKB.
OCIS til >/SC?Cii
D. D. HUNT,
S3 DnCnotST, FiFTH A.VII FIJLSOM ST».
SUPERVISOR Or TENTH WARD,
RSetTLAB KErtIIILICAN NOMINEE.
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~ FOR POLICE JUDGE,
1!1X. I I.Ai: i;i.han KO9UKBX.
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FOR CITf AND COUNTY ATTORNEY,
JOHN H. DURST.
l:s <•! 1 . '■ IiF.I'I'ISI.K ■>' NO.IIINEK.
J. C. B. HEBBARD.
RKOrt.AK ReVOBIICAN NOMINEE FOU
• I n:.i: OF TIIK SITEIiIOU COt'KT
: ' ..-i -■: (Long Term). QCI4 til
FOR THE ASSEMBLY, 323 DISTRICT,
GEO. 33. Xj33WXS,
P.ECDLAE BEri'BLICAN NOMINEE.
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FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
JOHN A. WRIGHT,
Nominee of the I>rmncrntic Kefiiim Party.
liclers to any rcspectabld member of the bar. .
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FOR CITY and county attorney,
HARRY T. CRESWELL,
y-'3*t.v i i;i.iiu;i;irii- KOSIXBB,
, -11 Ut
. POLITICAL. H •-.■..--.■:-
HI. 1. 1. MORROW
Will Address tbe People at tbe :
Corner of Eddy and Jones Streets', :
SATURDAY, - OCTOBER 18, 1890.
The Work of (he Republican Majority
in Congress. ,
The Beneilts of Its Measures on the
The Silver Kill and Its Effect on Ameri-
The Chinese Question.
The Sweet- Wine Bill.
The Democratic Tarty anil Great Brit-
ain Allied iv Opposition to the Mo-
Kinlcy Bill, ir-';
HON. HORACE DAVIS
Galleries reserved fur I.ailies and their
IKWIN C. STUMP, Chairman
Republican State Central Committee.
C. F. Bassktt. Secretary. oc!7 2t
REGULAR RErURt/ICAN NOMINEE.
WILLIAM F. GOAD.
DR. C.C. O*DONNELL,
Scratch Yonr Ticket and Vote for Him.
■; - ; . ' . - oclO V!st •'■ .: - -
C. S. LAUMEISTER,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE.
* ASSOCIATED FRIENDS
T. I. O'IBIFLIESIINr
FRIENDS OF T. I. O'BRIEN, DEMOCRATIC
Candidate for Sheriff, are requested to meet at
headquarter*. 917 Market street, opposite Mason
(upstairs), FRIDAY EVENING. October 17th.
H. .1. STAFFORD, President.
.1. It. McDo.voi:on, Secretary. oclß at
T. I. O'BRIEN.
TRIED AND TRUE!
FEREAL FOB CONGRESS!
Always the Friend of the People.
NEVER A TOOL OF CORPORATIONS!
See That Ills Name i- on Your Ticket.
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For Associate Justice of Supreme Court
JAMES V. COFFEY,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE.
ocll cod to 0c25 then td " " ''■■■'
W. H. H. HART
OF SAN FRANCISCO
John D. Siebe,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE. '
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
J. ii. tvii>l3e:r.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE,
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE.
FOR. TAX COLLECTOR,
A. B. IVSACUIRE.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE.
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FOR SUPERVISOR FOURTH WARD.
♦T. !]B. CXTnTIS,
RKUI'LAK republican .NOMINEE.
FOR COUNTY CLERK,
WM. J. BLATTNER.
REGULAR HErri'.LICAN NOMINEE.
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WM. T. CARWOOD, M. D.
BEGULAK REPUBLICAN ROMINEE.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
For Superior Judge for the I'ncvpiioil
Tor in of Kx-JudtfO T. K. M Drum.
Present lily ami County Attorney.
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WM. H. LYMAISI,
BEGTJLAB EEMOCBMIC NOMINEE FOR
SUPERVISOR llth WARD.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR, >
REGULAR KEI'IDI.iCi.S NOMINEE.
FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
AUSTIN A. SANDERSON,
i;i:..i i. m: DKHOCKATIO NOMINEE.
HENRY CLAY HALL,
State Snperintendent of Public lostrnctlon.
To All Organizations.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A UNANIMOUS RESO-
lutlon, passed i hi.ljv. October 10, 1890. hi
Council will take Immediate and vigorous action
•gainst any or^iknUation hiring Bands oilier than
members or tbe MUSICIANS MUTUAL PRO-
TECTIVE UNION. Oiiive— l2l Tost it., Kooins 10
and 11. By order of the ■■
Council of Federated Trade* of the rariflo ,
-r , Coast. „ -■, •;-:•>---.■..-..■.; ■!■' " ■', \ ?~ *1- « J*