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Some of the Bright Doings of
Late Autumn in Society
THE EEIS MATINEE RECEPTION.
Mahonsy-Brougham Wedding — A
Trip to Angel Island — Dixon
Musicale— Keller-Donlon Wed
ding—Sugar Refinery Aid Soci
ety Ball — A Potrero Party.
Hawkin9 - Dunshce Wedding.
The San Francisco Opera Company, which
delifclitu! every cne wilh their presentation
of the "Doctor of Alcantara," at a recent
meeting of the Western Addition Club, has
"Patience" in preparation. It will be pre
sented in a few weeks, probably at the
Bij< v Theater, for the benefit of the Chil
The members of the San Francisco Verein
will give an interesting entertainment in
their dob-rooms on Saturday evening, No
vember 2-d. An operetta entitled "The
Feast of the Sun" will be presented with
>I proprlate scenery, beautiful costumesand
every necessary accessory.
The 1 fiicers-elect of the Catholic Ladies'
Aid Siciety, No. 2, were duly installed by
the Grand I'iesident, Mrs. M. l>eane, at
Heir hall, corner Eighteenth and Snotwell
streets, Monday evening, November 3. The
Installed officers are: Mrs. C. S. Code,
President; Mrs. A. B. Maguire, Senior
Vice-President; Miss A. Martin, Junior
Vke-President; Miss M. Donahue, Treas
urer; Miss L. Hopkins, Financial Secre
tary ; Miss J. Conly, Recording Secretary;
Mies G. liynch, Coneapomirng Secretary;
Mrs. 11. Molloy, Marshal; Miss M. Kear
The fete to be given fer the benefit of the
Old Ladies' Home, the Maria Kip Orihan
age and the St Luke's Hospital will com
mence to-morrow evening at Irving Hall.
An entertainment of high merit will be
given i-a li evening and an excellent lunch
served every day during the week. he
affair will be Interesting in eveiy particular
and will be worthy of generous patronage.
Mrs. Charles W. Hathaway gave a i least
party last evening in honor of Mr. Henry li.
I'oore, the young Philadelphia artist.
Miss Leila Ellis entertained Mrs. Le
Moyne at breakfast last Sunday.
The Society fur Christian Work, connected
with the First Unitarian Church, will hold a
fair and two evening entertainments in the
parlors of the church, corner of Geary and
Franklin streets, on November 20th and
'1 he Furniture-workers' Union, No. 15,
will give their sixth anniversary bail at Teu
tonia Hall, this evening.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Tucker recently give a
dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Shaw of
London, Eug., who are visiting the Coast.
Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. Jones, Commodore and Mrs. Harrison,
Mr. and Mrs. Alt-Near and Mr. and Mrs. C.
U. G. Miller.
Mrs. John W. Mackay still holds high
couit abroad, and is one of the recognized
traders of society in London. She inaugur
ated the autumn season in the American
colony there last week by a reception given
Id honor of her lather, Colonel Daniel Uun
Hi. 1:.. i« 1\..M1. •lrimi.
Mr. and Mrs. John ON. Reis gave a de
lightful reception yesterday afternoon at
their residence at the southwest corner of
Polk and Eddy streets. From 4 o'clock un
til 7 there was a constant stream of culler?,
who were charmingly entertained, so much
i»o that the matioee reception was uncon
scionably prolonged and eventually resolved
its'lf into the pleasautest of soirees dau
1 .■ hostess was assisted in receiving by
her sisteis. the Misses Brooks, and by Miss
C. iiwic. Miss E. Goad, Mi-s M.Wallace,
.Sii-- J. Sanderson, Miss M. Kittle, Miss M.
Scott of >' ihinetoD, D. C, Miss Eyre,
Miss J. buwie, Mhs B. Bowie, Mi's M.
Friedkr.uer, Mi=s V. Thornton and Miss B.
Gartyf of Oakland.
This is the first time that Mrs. Reis has
received in her own house, and as a charm
ing aiid graceful entertainer the inaugura
t on of her hospitality Is a notable event of
t:ie closing autumn seasou. All the ar
lai.g menu were perfect The spacious
apartments « ere one series of sweet-scented
conservatories, with Dalms and flowers in
just sufficient pro:us:on to fill the eye with
delight. Tin- rose of Japan was repre
senu-d by bouie oi its most charming varie
ties, while spears of gladiolus lent another
ttanii glow of color against the dark sheen
of emerald leaves.
An orchestra was hidden away some
where, and discoursed some exquisite music
thut was Uiuch commented on. The servho
of oysters, salads, dainty cates and an in
finity of other good things with the ever
wehomt' "cud of tea," was deMy mau
ag'd, and altogether the reception was a
Mußlralr on Finn Street,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dixon gave an en
jfiyable musicale lust Thursday evening at
ll.eir home cv Pine street. Vocal and In
sirum-iital music was the order of ihe even
ing, ana the following selections were ren
dered: Duet, "Dying Poet" (Gottsrhalk),
Mrs. if. M. Rudy and Miss Eva Hanks; vo
ral toln, "In Old Madrid," George Evans;
"The Force in the Forest" (Michaelis.i, Pro
le-> i Wilton ; ".Stephanie G.ivotte," Albeit
Daliin; Vocal solo, "Kathleen Mavour
neen," Miss Ge'z; "Hunting Song," Miss
Xt» Davis; "V'alse Briliiante" (Op. 43, Lys
berg), Mrs. B. M. Kudy ; vocal golo, "Last
Night," Mi:-s Eva Banks; "Attack Galop"
(Op. 37. ZiekofT), George Vail; "Africalne"
i.Jlcyeibeer), Mrs. B. M. Rudy. At thecon
«!!.-:■ n of the musical programme supper
was served. The guests numbered forty.
An Arternoon'i) Ooilnr.
On Saturday at noon the Government
*te;.mer McDowell left her wharf at Wash
ington street with a party of young people
bent on having a pleasure ride aud an after
noon strolliug on Angel Island. The party
were the gue=ts of Miss 1. Al. Clayton of
I'm. liiinaii street, and on arrival at the
i>lai«l they set out for a general survey.
The entire circuit was made on foot, all the
highest points being visited and afterward
the beach south of the landing, the beauty
of the Golden Gate in the light uf a setting
sun being fully appreciated.
The return to the city "as made at 7
a'clock, aud all voted Miss Clayton a royal
The party consisted of: Messrs. T. J.
Silencer, \V. M. Ltveiisaler, A. K. Waters,
and 11. Water?, and Miss I. M, Clayton, Miss
J. E. Mui-sy and the Mi>ses M. E. and P. L.
Wise. Mrs. M. 1. Thurne chaperoned the
l'h« Mnhnnej- Brougham Weddliiff-
Lxst Tuesday morning St. Francis Church
was the tCHM of a preity wedding, uniting
Miss Belle Brougham, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Bioucham, and Mr. John J. Ma
botiey, a prosperous young drugaist of tnis
A large lumber of friends were present
when the bridal party entered. The ushers
were Mr. N\ Smyth and Mr. 11. Driscoll. Miss
Maggie Biou-ham was maid of honor and
the best man to the groom was Mr. John
Brougham. The bride, on the arm of her
father, cmered lust, meeting the groom, who
had travel sed a side aisle with his mother
■nd beat man, before the altar, where the
two were niaue one t>y Father Harrington.
An elaborate wdding breakfast uas
afterward enj.iyed at the home of the bride's
father, 312 Green street, and after appro
priate rejoicings the haupy pair left on the
afternoon train for Santa Cruz. Their new
lioiue will be on the corner of Tenth and
Folsoni streets, where Mrs. Mahouey will
receive on Thursday evcuine.
The presents were very numerous. Among
them were: Mrs. 11. J. Stewart, g.ild brace
let; Mr. Fred Drisuoll, handsome silver tea
service: Mr. George Kupp, silver napkin
rings; Mr. P. J. Enright, silver butter
dish; Mr. Harry Drls oil, set of carvers;
Mr. and Mrs. MeDermott. silvt-r spoins;
Mrs. William Mitchell, silver butter-knife;
Mr. and Mrs. Lieutenant White, silver cas
ter; Mrs. and Miss Keaue, silver berry
dish; Miss Irene Silvester, silver butter
knife, sneai-spoon and pickle-fork ; Mr.
»nd Mrs. diaries Musanle, handsome wine
set; Mr. John Lynch and Miss Kitty Myles.
onyx table; Dr." and Mrs. Bass, elegant
portieres; Dr. an! Mrs. B.irbat, hand
painted jnr; Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Mahonev,
hand-painted toilet set; Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Kid, silvr napkin rings; Mis. M. Borg
strcm, ornamental basket of llowers;
hand-painted manicure set, Langley &
Michaels; Mrs. McCottery, pair of vases;
silver spoons, Mrs. A. J. Iloughialiiig;
vases, >ii>. Harrincton; basket of flower*,
Mis. P. Crowley; basket of flowers. Miss
Susie Holden; hand-painted kerchief case,
Mi— Mamie Schafer; bisque statues, Mr. T.
Croon: oil painting, Miss Agnes O'Brien;
table scar!. Miss P. Kock; table scarf. Mrs.
Collins; lamp, Mr. and Mrs. James Maho
ney; oak chair, Mr. and Mrs. Goldsburg;
bvdr-pread, Mr. and Mr-. Hough tali ng.
Among those present at the ceremony
were: Mr. and Mrs. John Brougham, Miss
Maggie Brougham, Miss Doliie Brougham,
Mr. John J. Brougham, Mr. and Mrs Dr.
Itiis-i, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tucker. Mr. and
Mis. G.-orge Mahoney, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mahcnry, Mr. Henry Williams of Stock
ton, Miss Bradley of San Jose, Miss Kitty
Miles, -Miss M.'llie MeDermott, Miss Ou
milla MeDermott, Miss lreue Silvestri, Mrs.
William Mitchell, Mrs. A. J. Iloughtaiim:,
Mr. U. Dil3CoU.Hr. Fred Diiscill, Mr. John
Lynch, Mi-s Frances Clase, Father Ha:ring
loii. Father Seanlan, MUs Mamie Schafer,
Miss Anne-. O'Brien, Mrs. 11. Robinson,
Professor Van Brunt, Mr. M. Smyth, Dr.
and Mrs. Keane, Dr. and Mrs. Bmliat, Mr.
mid Mrs. William Thomas, Mr. anil Mrs.
William Houghtaling, Mr. mid Mrs. MeDer
A I'li'xiiiii Kntertnlninrnt.
There was a gratifying attendance last
evenins at Irving Hall, on the occasion of a
benefit entertainment for a distressed fam
ily. Tim programme, which was remark
ably good, was as follows: Overture. Quar
rel scene from "Julius Cie*ar"— Brutus. .Mr.
Geoige <!■ Gonriley; Casaius, Mr. E. M.
Francis. Soprnno solo. Miss SaiJee lloward ;
cornet solo, Mr. Percy Smith; duet. Mr.
Liittringer and Mr. A. M. Thornton; piano
solo, Mr. A. C. tcliaullrr; trio. Mrs. Mad
den and Messrs. Luttringer and Thornton;
Chinese impersonation, Mr. Charles B. Ban
kin; quarter, Mrs. Madden, Miss Howard,
Messrs. Thornton and Luttriuger; vocal
solo, Miss £lise lioUtcail; intermission;
followed by the thrilling dramatic
nightmare, in two seems, entitled
"CHinelline, or the Fatal Seeiet" (this is
the piece from whien the play of - Oaiuille "
was stolen. The audience is respectfully
requested to keep their seats, as there is no
danger), with the following unavoidable
cast: Caiuelline, Got there, a woman with
a secret, Erie Francis; Annund Duval, Chef
at "the Pup," Edwin J. Grxdy; Count di-
Varville, an Italian who has 1i..-t his dialect,
Frank J. l)niry; Gas-on, oao of tHe 899,
Ferdinand Llndeman; Nannie, a maid,
home-made, Mi?s P. 1!. Slattery; Mine. Pra
denee, ho hasn't got any, Miss i;. Be Eg > 1 1 :
Shellar, a McKinley Bill; comes high but
you must have it, hi* first appearance by
kind permission of his mother, Ernest W.
Williams. Scene on;— CameUine House.
The meeting. That is love. The fatal se
cret. Armaiid deceived. Farewell forever.
Scene Camelline's death. Forgive
The i,iii«-I)imhli? Wcilrtinc.
The wedding of Miss Gnice Dnnslie? c.f
this city and Jir. W. K. Hawkins of llulii>ter
took place at the residence of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Alr>. C. E. Duiishee, 417
Ridley street, Ihursday evening, October
The various apartments were taslef ully
decorated with choice flowers and smilax,
presenting a charming appearance.
Mendelssohn's " Wedding March " was
rendeied by l'rofessor 11. J. Stewart as Uib
bridal party entered and took their stand
under a large marriage bell. Only relative s
and intimate friends of the lainiiies were
present at the ceremony, which was per
formed by Her. K. Boynes of Oakland. MKs
Hell litirson was bridesmaid and Mr. Irving
Hawkins, brother of the groom, acted us
best man. After the ceremony an elaborate
supper was served and several hours were
devote I to its nleasures.
At a late hour the newly wedded couple
left for the Palace Hotel amid showers of
rice. The next day they took their depar
ture for Del Monte und Snn Jose; from
thence they will proceed to Hollister, where
they will reside tor the present
The bridal gifts were numerous and costly.
The 1 .Tim.] »■ i: Society Kntertnlnmrn'.
The Cslliopean Musieiil and Liternry So
ciety gave their regular monthly entertain
ment at Lunt's Hall, last Friday evening,
before a large and appreciative audience,
The followiiiE programme was excellently
rendered: Overture (Taiinliausei), Calli
opean Orchestra: vocal i-010, "Going to
Market," Miss Mabel Davis; recitation, Miss
EthelJory; selection, Men<ielssolm's Ama
teur Quiirtet; Interlude, Calliopean Orciies
ira; recitation, Mr. Harry Moore; vocal solo,
Miss Borbacelta; finale, Harmonious Or
chestra. Dancing followed. Excellent
music was furniihed by G. Gallick.
lln- K» Iler-Dnnliin Ue-.nlne.
Mr. Cris Keller and Miss Kate Donlon,
both of this city, were married in Mission
San Jose last Wednesday, Rev. Father
Caherer officiating. Only immediate rela
tives and friends were present. After the
ceremony the party drove to Xiles, where
they partook of a charming wedding break
fast, served at the Walnut Hotel. Those
•seated at the table were: -Mr. and Mrs. Kel
ler, Miss .laDy Doulon, Miss Alice Milligen,
Miss Julia Keller, Mr. George Donovan,
Mr. Thomas Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Don
The decorations were grape vines and
chrysanthemums, and the menu was very
elaborate. The happy pair will reside in
this city. ,
The Laurel Hall Club Entertainment.
The Laurel Hall Club held an open meet
ing Wednesday at its rooms, 131 Tost street.
The hall was decorated in a most attractive
and artistic manner with chrysanthemums
and ferns by Miss Pool, assisted by Mes
daines Conrad and Russell. A fine' pro
gramme Was given, and among the numbers
were: Piano solo by Mr. K mix, two cho
russes by L. 11. C. Choral, brief biographies
and quotations of Holmes, Bryant,' Hpion
and Longfellow by Mesdames Collins, field,
Doano and Powell; songs by Mrs. Morrow
and Mrs. Pierce; discussion, "Resolved,
that women are more ill-mannered than
men," leaders— Mesdanies Burns aud Tay
lor. Afterward light refreshments were
•erred to the members and their guests and
several hours were spent in pleasant con
A Mutual Aid Society Party.
The third annual ball of the American
Sugar Refinery Mutual Aid Society for the
benefit of the relief fund took place last
uight at Odd Fellows' Hall. Every arrange
ment had been made for a good time and
those who attended thoroughly availed
themselves of the opportunity.
The Park Band, with eight pieces, pro
vided music. President G. F. Meserole led
the grand march with Mrs. Johnston, and
dancini: continued merrily until 2 o'clock.
Considerable credit is due the officers and
members of the various committees as fol
lows : Officers— President, George F. Mes
erole; Vicr-President, F. W. Callnhan;
Treasurer, John N. owning; Secretary. J.
Cronin ; Trustees— Henry Seabrook, T. Mc-
Knight, ■W.* E. McGauley; Committee of
Arrangements— F. W. Callahan, C. H. Stan- .
nard, J. N. lirownmg, J. Cronin, Peter
Horn, J. Johnston, J. Jarvis, J. E. Lothers,
T. McKniifht; lieception Committee —H.
Seabrook, W. A. Dillon. Hugo 11. MeAuley,
J. Winter, Peter J urgent Moor manager,
J. >'. Browning; assistant manager.
J. Cronin ; Floor Committee— J. Johnston,
J. H. McGrath. W. Douglass, W. L. Gomo.
Ths Excrlßinr Circle ),iit«rt>i lumnut.
An entertainment and ball was given by
Excelsior Circle, No. 2, C. of F., last even
ing, at ll'nai B'rith Hall.
The following programme was followed
by dancing to the musi<- of the Third Regi
ment Band: Overture, bund; introductory
remarks, Thomas Sewell; song, W. o.'
Cook; recitation, Miss MeHae; vi<ilin solo,'
Professor Neuinan ; song. Master Bollinger;
recitation. Master Harrison ; ' «ong, Joseph
Jl i_;ui . , ■■;. :\ .:---.;-.-.■ .; , - . ..
f The committees of the evening were com
posed as follows: Committee :of • Arrange
ments— Thomas Sewell (Chairman), D. Jo
hansen, W. Bolan, Mrs. , A. . retuberthy,
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Mrs. M. E. Uollinci-r, Mrs. A. Harrison,
Miss Ella Beauregnrd, Mies Griffin: Recep
tion Committee— S. J. Olsen (Chairman;, a.
Laisen, ('. A. Cousin?, Mr*. E. O'Brien,
Mrs. L. Bergor, Mrs. 11. F. Singer, Mrs. I.
BulliDgt-r, Mrs. J. Wisliman, Mrs. 8. A.
Beiiuharnais; D. Johansen. floor manager;
O. W. Brown, assistant floor manager;
Floor C. minittee— W. Joseph, ILWUhman,
A. Bryant, Mrs. L. Grant, Miss K. Mc-
Donald, Miss M. Smltb.
I'nrty nt Hie Fntrero.
A pleasant birthday party was given to
Mr. Frank Dwyere on Friday evening at
White's nail on Illinois street ; by bis
friends and relatives. The hall was hand
somely decorated, and all present enjoyed
themselves. Messrs. John Campbell and A.
Kelsliaw sang several duets mid Mr. li.
White rendered a fine solo on the cornet,
which was appreciated by all. Dancing
continued until 3 o'clock. Mr. Dwyere re
ceived many wishes ami preseuts from his
trleuds. lie retired thanking them very
much for the kindness they had shown him.
Mrs. W. B. Bancroft returned on Thurs
day from New York.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Winn (nee Board
nmn) will receive on Tuesdays in December
and January at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Boarduian, and on the first and third
Thursdays at their own residence on Angel
Mr. ana Mr?. John Parrott Jr. will re
main in Germany during the winter season.
Mr. Edward M. Greenway has arrived in
Mr. and Mrs. Willinm 11. Crocker an ex
pected in New York from Europe on No
Mrs. M. Kochman lias removed to her
new residence, 1628 O'Farrell street. At home
Mrs. Nate Siegel of Los Angeles is here
on a visit to her relatives at 1028 O'Farrell
Mr. James L. Flood, Mrs. J. C. Flood and
Miss Jennie Flood will leave for the East in
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. de Santa Marina have
arrived l.ere from Paris and are at the Pal
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Hooker and the
Misses Jennie and Bessie Hooker are ex
pected to return to-day from their Eastern
Mr. and Mrs. Y. B. Cornwall have gone to
Oregon on a visit of a few weeks.
Mr. end Mrs. Walter E. Dean and Mr.
Walter L. Dean will leave for New York
City on Monday, and will remain there all of
Colonel and Mrs. Isaac Trumbo have
moved into their new residence on Octuvia
Mr. F. W. Eaton, of F. W. Eaton & Co.,
has left for a visit to the East, lie will be
absent several weeks.
Mr. Arthur 11. Castle has returned from
an extended trip through Europe.
Jad Saeger, St Louis i A Oreen * w, S Rafael
J 1" Raymond. Salinas v Kllliurn, Newman
l>r a Mrs Brocks, Fresno O V Atwood, Stockton
A Schroder, San Jose (1 II Foster, Saratoga
A ¥ Walter.-on, Beluiout It O Holly, Vallcjo
J X Dollin £ w, Oil r Her Kins. Sevastopol
l)r N XV William*, Traver V V Barnes, lilmlra
J 0 Kul.anks, Cal Mrs M Qordon PafO Rob
J II Iversoit, Salinas Mrs <) Harbin, Paso Hob
J B [Tenon .Ir, Salinas \v Murray, Danville
0 Bolton. olilo IK I ' Mtissi-u, San Leandro
J li Walton], Wash L w U.irre;os, Salinas
li 11 Stewart A w. Or |J F Blslins. Salinas
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E A Mitchell 4 wr.NcasleM II Wallace, Eureka
Fl. 'iiiirliield i r,lructee|J I' Karrett, Sacramento
w II Wheeler* r. Victoria I* T Sullivan, .Sacramento
I* Peterson, Seattle X W alter, Indiana
s Johnson. Taconia LE Mcl.ane. California
M .i Ucarath, Chicago it H Fuller, San .lose
John llacknanl. Nevada II C Sttoop, Petalnnui
TV Malm, Houldiu Island E X Hayes, Riverside
lit llarr, Ltah !•: .1 Smith, Pennsylvania
Con Collins, Seattle H L Trainer, Sacramento
II V Hrmlnger,Uiuulalapc s.i Hall, California
II Wllicugiiiiy, Ohio w J Koran, California
W J Toliln, Berkeley J Fritz. Tulare
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IK Lemon 4 Missouri 0 Flynn, California
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Ali Wilbur, l'uinoua I Rutherford
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wii Duke. Santa Cruz |l> .1 Alslierg, New York
M L; Hunt A, wf, Ventura II S Carter, New York
.1 11 CallpA wf . USA 0 L Merry. New York
Miss Wilson, Melbourne [ B Douglass & wr. Chicago
11 A Wilson A w,>ielLriie 1 Miss Dottglau, Chicago
Miss Wlngrove, Jlelbrne W F Spear. Boston
A II Jones, Chicago F C Davis, Caaibridgo
li C Marr. Chicago C L While, New York
A W NesblcLos Angeles .1 Ills sun. England
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Ur F rilllngnast,Saa«Uto|o H nig son, England
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TV L Monroe, Santa Cruz'S C Illrschberif. St Louis
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Miss Klrcbboffer.Loudon .1 I. Wheeler, San Kafael
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Mrs B Carter, Stockton E Waters, San M»teo
M Kane, Keno I w Gibbous, California
F Darker, Merced i A Keefer, Walla Walla
E Brady, California ,S L Nelson, Santa Kosa
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C W ilutchlnson, Cal T Holtlen, 1 ruckee
V B Boyle, Nevada 0 II .--.'. Courtland
¥ X Frost, Los Angeles M ss A Ca-tur, Klo Vista
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Mrs A Summerset, Or J I) Davis, London
A W Anderson, Eureka ODonlev, Ft Thomas
8 F James, Lodi «. l.ubuu, St Louis
A li Taylor, Seattle S 1" Jon»s, Louisville
I S Stewart, Keddlng X D Bishop, Napa
A Nesbltt, San Jose I) It Lewis, Canyon City
L » I'ankett, San Jose - W J Coates, Oakland
S P Rollett, San Jose W T S'.mms, Cblc.iKO
A B Ferryman, Sunol G Kockhold, Seattle
F (i Hughes, Missouri li L Kelt/, Seattle
1: Lockart, .Salt Lane 1- J Stretch, Boston
W Spencer, Aberdeen U £ Wilson, Tracy
F Judd, Bethel E X Locke. Chicago
G 1 Campbell Jr. Vallejo I) Lewis, Taeoma
M Sun in. Sacramento J X .Suhcriln^, Ohio
M Neuberger, New York Miss M l'lercy, San Jose
W KrtcUuin. Chicago J Kelsey, Michigan
M ¥ Sanders, Pii-asanton ft I Martin, Spokane Falls
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licl.,r.u > sn, Seattle. MC McCarsey, Concordla
(: E Williams, Seattle M Mccarty, Denver
F IlriiJleyA-wr.l'tTwnsnd J I) Cambell, Marysville
J Wnrenaugh, Seattle A S Long, Santa Itosa
J McCurdy, Seattle Miss Holland &s!s,lioston
11 X Allison .V wi, Seattle Miss Johnson, Sweden
F wales & wr, Seattle II Atkinson, iructee
w.SM,".rkic,wr*cli,seattle F J Bays, Chicago
C Sullivan, .Seattle E Sanders, Seattle
C Smith, Seattle v Kareny, Seattle
Miss 1. Klmhall, Ireland E Lewis, Seattle
Miss M Klnnrll. Ireland M Nui.an, Seattle
A C lireck, Seattle |T Tbnmas, Seattle
J lierginaii, Seattle N Nathan, Seattle
"■ 1... .-. Seattle Miss Davlse, Seattle
E Q Northrop. Seattle L II Sneelln2, Seattle
J Townsend, Seattle E McDonald, Tacoina
W Daniels, Tacouia A Stephens. Los Angeles
T Hand. Tacoina I. Ii Ivai. . a wr. Wash, [Hi
J Dillon, 'iacomii Henderson, Wash, d <■
> Navd & wf, Delano (1 Metz. Tutaro
.1 Dalton.wf 4 3ih. Fresno KSunkcy, Chicago
E Kobluson, Coijuille Itivr E B Fyke, Colorado
X Cope. Coqulile ltlver J T Stark A wl, Nevada
M Bruwu, Ashland A MclntosQ, Iruckee
Mrs 1 lnbltts, Santa Koaa <> B Adalr, California
S W Williams, San .1,- .■ j A Farrtngton, San Jose
J IS Tilly, Aleata |J B Sears, Stockton
Capt J)cvoll,N'ew Bedford M B Sears, Livingston
J T Ward A w, Freestone It vv Hrasher. lone
8 X Wade & w, Gualala E C Snyder, Decoto
J A Km hie, l'liimas L A Richards, Wesley
S 8 Reynolds, bugarton SII Uedden, Fresno
J 8 Cameron, California X W Cole, Fresno
J ii Smith, Detroit X M Klmball & w, Fresno
V D Newman, San Jose IW II Crawford, Fresno
II li Albeity, San Jose It I) (iallaher, Bakersfield
II smith, Sonora IE M Wilkinson, Oakland
J E Lonergan, Redding |F 1' Ward, Ventura
W M Stephens, KoundVly|Mlss I. Duke, Selma
D N Sherbiirne, Dnurillu 1 1 Harris, Fresno
Miss C Hopkins, L'kian IJ L Bryant, Fresno
0 Richardson, Victoria IT Thompson, California
Mrs Colby 4 fin, Seattle |T Smith, California
SUM L Smith, Seattle |L Williams, Dlxon
Mrs Wilson, Seattle |I)G Klrne, California
Mrs O C Kellogg, Grand II Hoffman, Fittsburg
ltaplds M Brlggs & su, New York
J 11 I,'elrl, California C C Masou & w.Ncw York
W Bowdcn,Sau Li Oblspo T C Brown; Corvallls
U Miskirk, Marysviiio L P Horsey, Sacramento
w a Mrllenry.FlacervllelT Lovolady, Campbells
J A McCoy, blsson jj Moreland, Campbells
S Cassllls A w, Blacks w W Morg.m, Brentwood
J J Lucett, CallforLia M Wolleson, Callstoga
T Robinson, Colusa A McDonald, Benlcla
J J Williamson, llcnlcla EJ Llvernash, Healdsbrg
Plt Davies, Santa Uosa |J J Livcrnash, liealdsbrg
L 11 Swellzer, Napa lit II Goddard, Ogdea
II E Ka/land, California II L Moody, Redding
L Leary, Chicago ww Magary, Calilornla
II B Collins, liement I! Patterson, Karmlngton
Tlt si. ■.mi. oakdalo T L Bell, Ben Lomond .
S H Heller, Cedar J Lester A w, San Jose
Rapids - It Summers, San Jose
F Wooilbnry.Weavervllle li W Cobb, Indianapolis
J W Stuart, Santa Cruz - IT Uoi;au, Chlco ■
W H Norway, sta Barbara J li Rogers, Orovllle
¥ A Weaver, Boston A W Smith, Newcastle
II Van Cllef, Napa • I. Whltmoie, Yolo
Mrs '. Murphy, Los Ang CII Tucker, Bedford
If Warren, New York J Baker, California
J 1" Bradley, Cr.ie :;;> W H Early, Callstoga .
C H Braynard, Sacto w II Parker, Stockton
E F Parker, Stockton . . 8 L Akins, Newman ,
I In a Hnlf-Drmented I'i.ndltlnn.
John James, a man o[ about 30 years of
age, was found last night wandering aim
lessly on l'otrero avenue in a half-demented
condition, and evidently suffering from pul
monary disease. Aftpr bein* taken to the
Seventeenth-street I'olico Station by Officer
Norton, be was conveyed to the City and
County Hospital for treatment
1 Postponed for One Week.
i The tennis game that whs to have ] taken
place ; in > the : large "court ; at ! the corner of
Fifth avenue ; and ■' Eleventh -' street, East
Oakland,* yesterday, was ' postponed until
next Saturday. 'Mr. Marsh, one of the lead
ing players, wet with an accident that made
■it impossible for him to participate. *
Snnol, Slnn;1)onl and Palo: Alto
Fail to Lower Them.
Vita Wilkei Reduces Her Mark— Haggle E
Win« the EF ec i» l— The Other Winner*. ,
A Large Crtwd tt the Track. , ■
One of the largest attendances that has
been at the Bay District Track for many a
long year was sent yesterday to witness
the trials of the crsck harness horses of the
Coast against their and the world's records.
The ticket-sellers stated tint thpy had dis
posed of over 2000 gr.te checks, and what
with the complimentary invitations and the
army of rubbers nnd helpers quartered at
the truck, it may be safo to estimate the
niniVerof people present at the track at
Both the track and the day were all that
could be desired, and that no records were
broken cannot be laid to any other account
than that the horses who tried to defeat
Father Time were simply not good enough.
A number of carpers against local institu
tions attribute the defeat of the champions
to the track not being as fast as the one at
Napa. In this they are decidedly wrong.
The Bay District Track is fully as fast and
much preferable as to its footing. The Napa
track is like a cast-Iron slab, while the home
course has a giving, elastic cushion that
so! tens it to a horse's foot and is yet at the
same lime just as easy to navigate. That it
is as fast as the Niipa track was shown by
Maggie E, a mare that has been through a
hard circuit campaign, taking her second
heat in 2:19%, which is faster than she
trotted in her recent Napa race. The two
year-old filly Villa Wilke.s also knocked oil
ha'f a second from her uo-country time.
The tracK, as above stated, was all right,
and so was the weather, and the drivers
r. greed to those propositions unanimously.
Again, the horses did not succeed simply
because they wero not quite fast enough
LAYING UP HEATS.
Yesterday's trotting was under the aus
pices of tue Pacific Coast Trotting-liorse
Breeders' Association, though it was really
got up by Charley .Marvin of the Palo Alto
sable and John Goldsmith of the San Jiateo
stock farm for the double purpose of giving
their horses better records and feeling the
public's financial pulse in iho way of admis
sion fees. The large attendance should con
vince these two latter that the public still
has a dollar or two to spare when the har
ness cracks are to be exhibited. But
if the Breeders' Association intends to
run the meeting it should pay the
closest attention to what is going on at the
track. When a race-is really for the pur
pose of giving a horse a record, it should so
properly notify the public. It is generally
supposed in a race of this description for
it to be perfectly legitimate for the horse or
horses entered with the candidate for sec
ond honors to do all they can to assist said
candidate. But frequently the public does
not comprehend this, and bets its money
very freely on the understanding that in a
best two in three event no heats are to be
laid up. On the race or match, or whatever
it was, in which F. Loeber's Directs and
the Pulo Alto horse Amlgo were entered,
considerable money was wagered in the
pool-box, with Direct.i the favorite in the
first heat at $25 to £13 for Amiga Amlso
won the bent easily in 2:29. la the
second heat Amiso was a hot favorite at 833
to $10 tor Directa. Marvin gave Directa
every opportunity to 1 1 Ice the heat. Dulling
out very wide at die first turn to give Di
recta Hie pole and laying up the heat so that
Dirtcia just won by a neck in 2:28. Turn
with the odds $40 on Aniico against 810 for
l'irecta, Maivin put Amlgo through for the
third heat, winning It ana the race in 2:20%,
just ?!-j seconds faster thau tin" preceding
heat. True, no ono imputes the le:;st dis
honest design to Marvin, whose reputation
is beyond assail, and furthernore he won
the race, but it is well within the memory of
many aracr-coer that for just such tactics
drive; have been ruled off the Bay District
Tiack. The pernicious practice of laying up
heats should be abolished, and indeed lucre
are stringent rules against it in many asso
ciation rules- This is particularly the case
in 2 in 3 events.
TKSTEBDAY'S OFFICIALS. ; f(f .";
Yesterday's judges were F. Loeber, C.
While and F. L. Coombs, with Chris Smith,
F. Burke and A. B. Spreckels as ihe timers.
There was some little discrepancy between
the lime announced and that male by in
dependent watches, especially iv the time
tests, when geneioslty towards the oppo
nents of the hour class was not a failing of
the dockers. For those who did not desiie
to wp.ger on the races, opportunities to
speculate were amply afforded by a large
wheel of fortune that did a rushing business
under the pool-room shed.
TAI.O ALTO'S TRIAT,.
Shortly after 1 o'clock Marvin brought out
Palo Alto to try bis luck against the 2:12J4
mark already made by the horse. Jimmy
Dustln drove the runner that accompanied
the stallion to encourage him on the way.
Pools sold— Time 825, Palo Alto SlO. While
the horse looked in excellent coat order, he
acted as if »ore in front while scoring. On
the fifth come-up Marvin nodded for the
word, and away went the bay pet of Palo
Alto. lie got to the sixteenth pole in 0:10,
going smooth and well, and to the quarter
in 0:33%' Continuing in good shape he
made the three-eighths in 0:60, ana was look
ing as if he would succeed when he broke,
and bobbled around fur nearly 100 feet be
| fore he settled. Then Marvin gut him go
ing again and the half was reached in 1:07%,
the three-quarters in '1:41%. Though he
came strong up the stretch and finished
strong, 2:14% was the best ho could do.
Palo Alto evidently has not recovered from
his severe Eastern campaign, and a good
long rest is the best remedy for his tired
stamboul's HAD BREAK.
Stimboul, the stallion crack of the Coast,
followed to go against his record of 2:11%,
made recently at Napa. Dustin drove the
accompanying runner again. There wag
some lively betting in the pools at $30 for
time against $20 for Stambou). Goldsmith'
signified he was ready on the fourth at
tempt. The sixteenth pole was reached by
him, colnc smooth anil free in 0:111; the
quaiter in 0:33. Near the three-eighths, he,
like Palo Alto, broke badly, and it was fully
200 feet before Goldsmith got him down. It
was expected by all that Goldsmith would
not send him out for the mile, but he did,
and reached the half in 1:06%, Down the
turn he let out a link and went to the three
quarters in 1:3!). Up to the seven-eighths
Miimbiiul wen! strong, but then he seemed
to lot up a little.
He got home in 2:13, not finishing at all as
heartily as he did nt Napa. While the horse
was said to have never been more fit, still
he did not please the eye as much as at
Napa. Though full of life, he did not
sweat out freely in the scoring, and looked
dry at the end of the mile. Staiuboul seems
to have, lost the keen edge of speed he had
at Napa, and was not yesterday as good a
horse as he was up country. Later on he
was brought out again for a second trial,
nnd though he trotted without a break, still
3:18& was the best lie could do.
BUNOL, TAKES IT EASY.
Sunol followed next, with Marvin behind
her and Dustin to drive the runner. She did
uot look as well as she did threu weeks ago.
A Kauntcd look, more so than usual, was
noticeable about hrr. As it was an open
secret that sna had been indisposed from
sexual troubles for the pest few days, that
sh» would beat hor mark of 2:10% was not
considered probable, and the betting was
SUO to $10 against her equaling or reducing
it. She was sent off on tne first trial, and
went the mile smoothly and without a
break in 2:12%.
VIDA WII.KKS PIrcCEEDS.
The two-year-old lilly Vida WilUes next
came out, driven by Goldsmith, to go against
her record of 2:22%, uot the two-year-old
record, but only her own individual notch.
She succeeded in knocking oil' a half sec
ond from her work, going the mile in 2:22)4,
liiiNhiug strong and uot making any mis
Soudan, driven by Pnt FarreH, followed
In an attempt to beat his record of 2:27%,
but only succeeded in tying it.
AMIOO TKOTB FAST.
Then came the match race between Amigo
and Dirocla. They were respectively driven,
not "ridden," a 9 an aniate ur evening paper
especially remarked, by Marvin and Gold
smith. Ainigo won toe first heat by six
leuglis in 2:29. Betting— Directa $25,
Aougo 815. 1 lie second heat went to Di
rectu by a neck iv 2:28. Betting— Amieo
$30, Directa $10. Amigo took the third
heat aud race by ten lengths, dishing on a
run, in 2:20%, or so lie timers officially an
nounced. Betting— A:nigo $40, Directa
i G - Valcnsin's Crown I\»it Maid, driven
by Millard Snnders, the nev. Easteru driver,
and La Siesta Ranch's Maraqulta (VioKet)
were tiia contesta'its iv a match to give tun
Maid a iscord. She was heavy In loal and
only got around in 2:31%, though she dis
tanced her opponent.
MAGGIE WINK THE SPECIAL
A special purse of »;joo for iho 2:20 class
brought out two entries from the L, a Siesta
Kauch. M;.«Bie X, driven by Goldsmith, aud
Wanaa, with Vioget to steer her. Lee.
navitiiiU'd by Dustin, completed Uie trio.
Tho only betting was before tho second
hear, when Maggie brought 810 ngain*tßl3
for Lee and $5 lor Wanda. Mr.ggie won
easily in straight heats. ' Time— 2:2s, 2:1!}%
and 2:22. Lee was second In the first, and
third in the two last heats, the .Siesta Hanch
thus taking first and seeon<l money.
LONG ODDS LANDED.
Another match-race between Express
(Marvin) and Redwo' d (Dustin), with .'.gain
the idea of giving Express . a record, con
cluded the day's programme. It _ was con
sMered such a cinch for Express that the
betting stood $40 for him to *• $10 for Red
wood. Even after he lost the first heat his
supporters thought just as much of him and
paid the same odds, and even more, to get
tickets with his name on them. Redwood
won the first heat very easily. Express
breaking repeatedly. Time, 2:25. The
second heat was a very close issue, Red
wood just landine the long odds by a neck
In 2:21%. Marvin drew things a little too
fine, reserving his effort until just near the
wire, mid though Redwood was tiring fast
he managed just to squeeze horns a winner.
; FASTEST STALLION MILKS.
After Stamboul's trials the Judges an
nounced that the two miles were the fastest
ever trotted by any horse in one day. This
is a mistake. Maud S has trotted two miles
in 2:llHland2:ll, and St. Juiien in 2:13 and
2.11% In one day. .StmubouPs miles, how
ever, are. the two fastest trotted in one day
by a stallion.
will TRY again.
Next Friday and Saturday the meeting
will be resumed. On Friday an attractive
programme of special races will be arranged,
and on Saturday Stamboul and Sunol will
try again to beat ilio records.
' NO RACING AT SAN JOSE.
The San Jose running meeting, with dates
set for next week, has been declared off
owing to a lack of entries.
C. P. Huntington has cone to Monterey.
Charles 11. Watt of Sacramento is in the
A. W. Cross of Visalia is at tho Occi
A. Winstanley of London, England, is at
M. Lawrence of the llotel Oakw3od is
at the Baldwin.
J. 11. JlcDonough of The Dalles, Oreeon,
is at the Baldwin.
Dr. M. \V. Williams of Traver Is domi
ciled at the Grand.
R. M. Sliackleford, the vineyardist, of
Paso Kobles, is at the Lick.
J. A. Hussey, a prominent merchant of
Salem, Is at thu Occidental.
State Senator M. L>. Foley of the Nevada
Legislature is at the Palace.
Dr. Charles A. Clinton has returned from
a professional visit to Chicago.
Dr. M. JI. Shearer of .Santa Rosa regis
tered at the Occidental last evening.
E. 11. llolbrook of the Chicago and North
western Railway has gone to Ukiah.
Theodore Reichcrt came down from Sacra
mento yesterday, and is at the Baldwin.
Lieutenants G. P». Wilson and J. 11. Lee
Ilukombe, U. S. N., are at '.he Baldwin,
Nathaniel It. Saulsbury, the fruit-pucker,
of Chicago, and wife are registered at the
Dr. B, 11. AlcDonaM, President of tho
Pacific Bank, has returned from a trip
through the Northwest, and i 3 enthusiastic
over the growth and prosperity of that re
gion. Jle thinks the growth of the State of
Uashington is siuiplv marvelous.
-An. Nt th« lal i. <■ lintel.
Humors have been circulated during tho
last few days that a syndicate of Euglish
capitalists is nbout to purchase the Palace
Hotel ; that S. F. Thorn had been retired
from the management and Captain Smith
pat Id bis place. Mr. Thorn is reported at
present to be in Arizona, but Chief Clerk
Warren of the Palace kivs that S. F. Thorn
is still manager and Captain Smith assistant
The total number of deaths during tho
past week was 12% ana yu for the corre
sponding week last year. The causes of
death were as follows: Phthisis 16', diph
theria 11, pneumonia 13, heart disease 8,
lyplioM fever 4, alcoholism 4, membraneous
cruup i and violent deaths (i.
Kohuilding ih« Grand.
A large eunjj ol men wero at work yester
day on the ruins of the Grand Ilot6l and
Hurlington, preparatory to erecting a brick
party wall live stories in height between the
two houses. The owuers of the Uurlington
have sot yet derived on rebuilding.
Be Mire and visit the new reßtnurant, the
"Kiiklioven," 425 Ueaiy street. Fliat-class
French dinner, f>o cenm. Music every Smut day
Dlgbt. Sceclal cliiinei on Sunday. *
It is highly medicinal, being Soothing,
Dealing and Cleansing in the highest
degree. It has the quality of Making the
Fx.Esn Firm, and the skin Fine-Urnlned and
Close-Pored. It contains the smallest pro-
portion of oil found in miy Cerate, and that
of the finest quality, and of a kind that can-
not possibly produce hair on the face. It
docs not, like some so-called cerates, contain
Zinc, or other mineral, that only artificially
whiten while they remain on the skin, and
clog the pores and darken the skin perma-
nently. Jasmine Kosmeo is a toilet cerate
beneficial to the skin, pleasant to use, and
delightful in every Price 75 cents per
pot. At druggists, or sent by mail on receipt
of price. Beware of base imitations. MBS.
GERVAISE GRAHAM, "Beauty Doctor,"
103 Post St., San Francisco. noOtfSu
.ft* MRS. HARRISOH
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J< If!? Cucumber
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WEN-DELI. KASTOST. GEO. W. FBINK. F. B. WILD»
II AT AUCTION!
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1890,
At 13 o'clock M.. at Oar '
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
638 MARKET STREET,
Opposite I'aliice Hotel.
Downtown Business Property.
N. line (Nos. 610 and 610V3) of Fine, 44:5 W. of
Kearny St.— Three-story and basement brick build-
Ing; rent $173; never vacant: tine opportunity for
an Investment: do not fall to examine this: prop-
erty in this location seldom offered at auction: lot
SW. line of iNos. 318 and 320) Fremont, 157:3 ft.
SE. from Kolsom St.— 318 contains a rooms and
bath: No. 3*o contains 10 rooms and bath, In pood
condition; rents $72 50: this property has a great
business future and must become very valuable;
neighborhood good; street In basalt rock and ac-
cepted by the city; do not rail to examine it; lot
Western Addition Residence.
W. line of (No. 1609) Scott, 165 ft. N. of Post St.—
Fine 2-story bay-window residence; 7 rooms, bath
and laundry: cement stonrwalk : street In splendid
condition; examine It; Sutler-street cable; lot Mix
Western Addition Residence Lots.
Golden Gate Park lots, E. line of Lott st., 100 ft.
S. of Hayes— Three choice residence lots about '..'O-0
ft. from liolden (.ate Park; Lott St. sewered and in
splendid condition: examine It; Hayes and Oak St.
cables; lots 25x1013:3.
E. line of (No. 2943) Howard St., 361:6 ft. S. of
25th, to a passage way— Two-story residence of 8
rooms and bath: brick foundation: only one block
from the Cog«swell College; lloward-st. cable; lot
28:0x115 to passage w.iy.
Probate Sale -Golden Gate Park
N. line McAllister. 100 feet K. of Ist aye.—
handsome residence lots all ready for building;
only two minutes' walk from i. olden Gate I'ark :
line residences in the vicinity; McAllister-st. cable
extension and Genry-st. new cable line pass near the
lots: lot 'J6:5>.4X13M: terms cash; subj-ct to conlir-
ination by the Superior Court (Probate Depart-
Western Addition Large Lot.
W. line Stelner St., 137:6 feet N. of Union: large
and fine lot on grade of street; French flats would
pay well on this property: street graded and ma-
cadamized; lot ready for building; L : aion-st. cable*
lot 97 :6xl>B and 81.
Mission Residence Corner.
NE. cor. Liberty and Noests. ; a very fine, hand-
some residence corner; sunny exposure: level and
ready for residence: fine view: street graded and
macadamized: choice location for a home; one
block to Castru-st. cable; lot large, 67x105.
Mission Paying Property.
• No. 31, K. line of KnndeM place or aye., 331 feet
S. of 16th St.; front building 2-story, 'i -merits;
rear building, 1 tenement; all In Rood condition;
IV4 block from Valencia St.: lot 29x02 :'i.
Downtown Residence Lot.
VI. line of McCormlck St.. bet. Hyde and Lnrkln,
117 feet S. of Pacific; good lot for French flats;
only V a block from Hydc-st. cable, and about 1
block from Polk-st. line of Sutter-st. cable: Pacific
st. Is paved with basalt rock; lot 21:6x58:0.
Excelsior Homestead Association.
Twelve handsome residence lots on westerly line
of Moscow st., bet. France and Italy: lots all level
and ready Tor building: only 15 minutes from end
of Valenria-st. cable, and 10 minutes from terminus
or proposed extension of Misslon-st. cable: this
section is crowing In importance dally, and will
double In value within a year; lot 23x100.
Potrero Nucto Lots.
EL line of I)e Jlarost., S6:S feet N. from Tolo: 3
large lots; short walk from terminal 24th and Po-
trero Omnibus branch; lot 3 J :Sxliio; block 182 N. V.
- EASTON, KI.DKIIXiE & CO.,
-'— - — - Auction it-.
no 7 FrSuTu 3t 638 Market st.
EDWARD 8. SPEAR & CO..
Furniture. Book and General Auctioneers,
31 and 33 Sutter Street.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
-.'• 10TH AND' 111 11, 1890,
Commencing each day at 10 o'clock a. m. on the
1043 Market St., bet. 6th and 7th,
Wo will sell by catalogue by order of
F. HUFSCHMIDT & SONS,
(On account of absolutely retiring from business), ,
Their Entire Magnificent Stock of
EASTERN PARLOR, BED-ROOM, LIBRARY
■■; AND DINING-ROOM FURNITURE : iLi .-.
....AND ;'„ - .
....ALSO ... ;
£0 DOZEN CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS.
• Note,— The attention of all Intending buyers of
Pine Furniture Is called to this truly absolute auc-
tion sale of fine goods, as they are all of the latest
style and finish, and were Imported. lor the best
retail trade. -- -■ • --•..-■-.. ■ ■ ...■;-•_ ■
... > EUWABD S. SPEAR .v CO.,' Auctioneers. .' ,
doB it 31 and S3 Uutter slreec
Real Estate Agents and General Auctioneers,
14 MONTGOMERY ST., S. F.
SPECIAL UN SALE
THUR5DAY..... '....... NOVEMBER 13, 1800
At 13 O'clock 31..
By < rder of
The Hibernia Savings & Loan Society
TWO LOTS IN FAIRMOONT TRACT,
ON LINE 0F......
S. P. R. R,, NEAR MISSION-ST. HORSE-CARS.
Kearny-street Property. <
Lot on the west line of Kearny st., 112:8 feet
south of Greenwich; size, '.(5x87:6.
TIDE LAND LOTS— Portion of Block 809, and
Desirable Business, Residence and
An elegant home on California St., No. 1711. be-
tween Van Ness aye. and Franklin; contains 8
rooms and bath: laundry: brick foundations, stone
sidewalks and all modern improvements; lot 2«:t)x
33 Cook st., near Geary: bay-window cottage of 5
rooms and bath: ami lot 27x120 near the Oeary-
R\v. cor. or McAllister and Lyon sts.; lot 31:3 x
100 ; a:su a lot, 25x100, adjoining on McAllister st. ;
strei t work done ou both streets; flats will yield a
handsome Income on Investment. M
Two flats. 1 800-60* ' a Stevenson St.. bet. Nineteenth
and Twentieth: containing 5 ami 6 rooms and bath
each; brick foundations, laundry, etc. ; all modern
improvements; rents $43: lot 25x30.
South San Francisco Property.
I North side of Fifteenth aye., 150 feet west of N
St., size of lot 75x100; north side of Tenth aye. 75
feet east of 0, 75x100: south side of Fifteenth aye.,
150 tret west of J st., 76x100.
Folsom-streot Building Lot.
Fldo btilidlnz lot on east line of Folsom St., 75
feet south or Nineteenth 3L,slzt) 25x100.
22 Lots in Linden Homestead Tract, Oakland,
Fronting on Minna St., adjacent to Telegraph are.;
these lota are level, on the grade and ready for
building; commanding a fine view; Piedmont cable
road one and a half blocks distant: lots 26x100
each; terms— one-third cash, balance In 6 or 13
months at seven f 7) percent.
For further particulars apply to
G. H. i;mbs»-n & co.,
0C29 no 2 4 6 9 10 11 13 14 Montgomery St. .
— IT —
No. 524 California Street,
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13, ; 1890
AT 12 O'CLOCK M., SHARP.
-,2 Block on Hi.' Water Front.
Lots 6 to 13, Block 454. Tide Land Map 3. Mission
Bay Survey; half block on extension of Fourth St.,
facing water front.
* 1G li-ir. Bnßinmß Property.
80:2x110; 3037 16ln St., bet. Valencia and Guer-
rero: rents $15: old Improvements; good : pros-
pective business property. .--••.. ■«.■-...
Two lots, 305 and 300, Freclta Valley, making 120
x3OO. with double frontage >ud well adapted to
manufacturing purposes; cars pass. - - - .. ■-•
. 273 to £80, Gift Map 3; 2 frontages, on Prospect
and Cbepultepec; 100x140; close to Mission and
Valencia cars. * J *""* J 'TtlTi^ TVWIB
';■'-?''. '■ Brannnn-st. Building I. or.
25x100; 8. Brannan. 300 W. tith; tenements or
stores would pay nicely. ■
lSuxlOO: NE. cor. of Athens st. and Russia aye.;
lot 4, Block 74. Excelsior Homestead Association. -
All above pieces subject approval of obate Court.
Litre FoUom-m. Builntit Comrr.
86x90: SW. 21st and Folsom; 95 on Folsom by 90
on 21st; all graded, macadamized and ready to
build on. .
■ - ' . t i.m-i -hi. Tenement*. -v ; v
25x80; 1006 and 1006U, Natoma. off 11th. near
Howard; front and rear houses; rents til 26: muse
be sold. .•■- ;•-..' •-« ■■.. -
Corner 30' h and Trait An.
25x110: SW. cor. 20th st. and Treat aye.: 25 on
20tb st. by 110 on Treat aye.; all ready to build on.
.-" : l lny — HntiiNiimn Home. .. .;
88x122; 1112 Clay, bet. Mason and Taylor; nice
reisdeuce; 8 rooms and bath..; . - -.
> Corner Ram and 39 11.
30x101:6: NE. Noe and 29th: 30 on 29th by
101:bon>*oe; small bouse; good business corner.
..-.-..1.;... :--.,.•::•.'. . ;., ALSO ■ " '■ :' - V .---.,;
,'- 82:6x100: SW, P and 37th, 82:6 on P by 100 on
37th: portion of Outside Laud Itlock 982. •
- 50x110; N. Ni-y. 250 K. of Congdon, lot 19. Block
■ 11, College Homestead.'- ■>
60x125; N. »ugamore, 150 W. of Marengo, lots 7 <
and 8, block D, Kail road Homestead. . -.
• 120x100: N «'. ; Mausoll I and ■■ ivinceton, lot '4. !
Block 112, University Homestead Association. ' - -
i .: . ■ :■. buß 8 11 12 13 »- r, ' -:• - • '
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WILLIAM J. OINGEE,
Real-Estate Agent and Auctioneer, ;.
Mof. 460 and 464 Eighth Street. Oakland,
IK CONJUNCTION WITH
Auction Sale !
OF THE CHOICEST TKOrERTY IN
THE SAMTARIt'M OF
Northern California and Choicest Family.
Residence Location In the State. ' .
BY ORDER OF HON. WM. M. STEWART,
SATURDAY ...NOV. 15, 1890.
At 2 o'clock r. K.i on the premises fronting
Buib Vista, Eagle, Clement
AND THE GRAND BOULEVARD AVENUES,
Chestnut or 20th & Stanford Sts.
Large Sizes, 40:6 and 46 by ISO
and 147:6 and I 27:6 feet.
Two blocks only from Willow or Twenty-flrst-it.
Station, Broad Gunge; six short block*
from Chestnut or Twentlcth-st.
Station, Narrow Gauge. __
Less Than 30 Minutes from San Francisco.
Cniicr Instructions from the Hon. Wm. M. Stewart,
we are authorized to offer at PUBLIC AUCTIOX
HALE SO SELECTED RESIDENCE LOTS, being
the choicest of ALAMEDA PROPERTY and front-
ing Ifuena Vista, Eagle. Clement and the Grand
Boulevard ayes.. Chestnut and Stanford sts., and
only two minutes' waHc from Wiliow-st. Station,
hruad-^ange, and only ttx short blocks from Chest-
uut-st. station, Narrow-gauge.
t - = i it ii Kxtru I.arce visions.
StrrrtH in Sp eiulid Condition.
Klectrlc-Lislit Illuminations. J
! duculsoi:al 1 ■ ac-ilitics the Best In the
Do not under any circumstances fall to examine
this choice residence property In this elegant city of
Aiarm-da, and Invest in a big payin? venture.
To Keacb the Property— Take, at the Mar**t-4treet
Ferry, the Itroad-gaogtt for Alameda, get off at Wil-
low-street station, two short blocks to the property;
or take the >arrow-?auce aril get oil at Chestnut-
street Station, walk north six short blocks.
LOOK AT THESE
Only on «•- fifth **n*»li; balance in one, two
and three yearn, with interest at 8 per cent
per annum, interest payable monthly,
Tvhicli includes the mortgage tax.
.TIE CUT TF IUVEDi
Is four miles in length and one mile In breadth, and
Is traversed by two steam railroads a quarter of a
Central avenue extends the length of the city,
and follows the elevation from which .tor flows
north and south. Chestnut street, Huen» Vista,
Kaglc, Clement and tbe Grand Itouievanl sewered.
Forty miles of sewers are In the streets and avenue]
of the city. The system Is the best ever devised.
No city In the State Is as well located for drainage,
and none so well provided with sewers.
The town Is lighted by eighty-five electric lights,
The city Is supplied with pure water, pumped con-
tinuously from artesian wells directly into the
Are broad, ranging from 60 to ISO feet. Daring tho
pas; year about thirty miles of streets have beea
macadamized, and much more Is now under con-
tract. Many miles of artificial stone sidewalk has
been laid, and Improvements are still being made as
an undlmlnlshpil rate. Almost the entire front or
this property has cement stone sidewalk.
The property to be sold Is the very choicest of th«
unsold portion of this delightful city. Is situated on
high ground In the most desirable locality tr: Ala-
meda, and Is surrounded by linn Improvement?.
The property offered Is but a short distance from
two steam railroads, and within two to six blocks of
A street-car line from Oakland passes along Santa
Clara avenue, which Is quite near this property.
Quarterly hour (making 1-r steam trains to and
from San Francisco mil from 6:30 a. m. to mid-
night. Time of transit thirty minutes. Monthly
tickets, allowing one round trip to San Francuco
dally and return, S3. or at the rate of 5 cents i er
fare. No fare Is charged between points within Uie~-
city. The Alameda II IKb School Is near by, as well
as grammar and primary schools. There Is no other
city la California where there are lUe faculties lor
travel, better climate, better water, or equally good
sewerage or sanitary conditions. Tho growth of
shrubbery, flowers and beautiful lawns, the macaa-
amlzed streets ami stone sidewalks are already giv-
ing the city the appearance of ■ well cared for park,
and are making It the most desirable place for
homes In the State. The property offered fcr sale l«
thoroughly improved by macadamized streets, arti-
ficial stone sidewalks ami sewers, and everything Is
ready for building without the least cost to the pur-
For further particulars, catalogues, etc., Inquire or
WILLIAM ,J. IIiM.KI
Real Estate -Agent and Auctioneer, 400
and 4G2 Eighth St.. »>aU..uU,
Or EASTON, ELDKIDGE * CO., Real Estate
Agents and Auctioneers. 633 Market St., oppo»u#
Palace Hotel, San Francisco.
uo3 11 13 15 ■■
GRAND AUCTION SALE
Of Rich and Klecaut Furniture. Carpets,
M. J. SIMMONS.' AUCTIONEER,
WILL SELL TO-MOKBOW. -"■
Monday November 10, 1830,
.; At 10 o'clock A. M., .•
At 1057 Market street, near Seventh.
All of the Nearly New and Costly
PARLOR, BED and DINING ROOM FURNITURE
Axmlnster and Body brussels Carpets; Gold-rrama .
Mantel Mirrors: Oak, Walnut and Cherry Folding
Beds; Center Tables, Wardrobes, tiook-caies. Cyl-
inder Desks, Chiffoniers, Kxtenslon Tables, Sid •-
boards, Hall-stands, Lace Curtains and Draperies;
SB Nearly New Itody Brussels and Tapestry Car-
pets and Kugs;Fne Kanses with fixtures com-
plete, and a large line of other Klne Furniture too
numerous to mention, being the former contents
of 4 elegautly furnished, h«u«fs. • -
M. J. SIMMONS. Auctioneer.
N. B.— Owing to the large quantity or elegant fur-
niture and carDets this sale will commence at 10 J
o'clock a. m. sharp. Remember the hour. no 9 *Jt
GEORGE F. LAMBOM, "~~
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHAirT,
4SS Kearny St.. net. California 1:1 I r*lu&
At 11 o'clock. Monday. November 10. 1800.
on the premises. i>33 Post St., I will sell
.' the Furn ture..r K*»lilenoe.
Comprising 8 Walnut Chamber Suits; I Oat Cham-
ber Suit: three-quarter Bedsteads; Spring and Hair
Mattresses; Feather Pillows: lSlankets; Spreads:
Bedding; Brussels Carpets; Bugs; Toilet Sets; 1
Clock. no 9 2t
ANY YOU SMC MAN
>sg\mjLßlL*fg^v i fulnit drains, \o*a of icxa&l
jg^M^- *^dm^ ■treiigih. Ambition aad »o-
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W [Jl . mJGkSt&tjit* l fata hitd 33 yean experitnea
•* WVMBW <$m&sa£?:ii<Zzii will forfeit $500 for toy on
Er^vij>t^TifijH»i^s!7 he cao 1 cur«. Hie Ucator&iiT*
T??SSi(WwWS%2SE/ '* :! ' l * * rilt PT.»te'.y to mj
Wl^y^TW fcddreii. CilUriJdrni:
* 5;3 KatiiJ £t, . 8.V.C81.
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UlbSitresure. I'iomin. i:ir.-nu.,l. Theer.Kl-
¥! and only iraaiiM w.-minr. Nnlvntlnn.
AtalUlrn(tin»t!l. or by maU. fI. (Seal^l) i v I'isSHih.
CAI'ON MEDICAL si-ecific co., liorlon, ii* _
THE RICHARDS ' DBUU COMBOS and 611 ~"
Market St.. 8. F. Cal.. Agents. ; my'JaSaly
.Weekly Call, sl 25 Der Year :