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CHRISTIANITY'S
GREAT FESTIVAL.
llie (hurcJits Borrowing the
Forest's Mantel.
Celebration* That "Will Be He.d To-Day—An
them;, Cantatas and Cards to Be Ren
dered—Santa Claus at Kindergartens.
Washington's birthday may be erased frcni
the calendar and frum the memories of his
fouutryireu, Independence day may follow
it iuto obßrion, and Adinisfiou aay may be
uo mora renienibored in all California; but
Christinas day, with its holly and happi
ness, its bai. la Clans and turkey, its grand
anthems and tuneful carols shall last until
tlie last page of history has been written.
Hp who treads the streets to-day will not
ne^d to be told for what holiday the thrifty
Merchant is making preparation, nor will he
have to be told that San Francisco will hon
or the Christian holiday, as if it had not
sinned to-day and did nut mean to go right
ou sinning to-morrow.
Mores and public gathering-Dlaces are al
ready bright viiih laurel and hemlock and
holly, und several churches are adorned for
the day Hint comes but once a year.
PILCIRIM SINDAY-SCUOOL.
The Christmas festival of the Pilgrim
tMinday-seliool will be given en Tuesday
next in Irving Ball, commencing at 4:30
o'clock in the afternoon. The children will
be entertained with games and inarches un
til b o'clock, when sapper, provided by the
Society lor Christian Work, w^r be par
taken of. At 8 o'clock the operetta ".Santa
Claus in Court," of v> hicli the follun iug is a
synopsis, will be produced:
i~ceiie I— Tlie Couit yaid— l'ohee foice open
lug ilioiua-jMaicu— L'uurus, ■• We Are Jolly
lons"— Drill.
Beeae 11— i lie Court-room — Enter almost
eierjbody— t'uorus— ExpUualoiy soue by llie
.1 odKC— CnlllUG ilie Ciileiidar— ■•Seieutiue Age vs.
i-anta Clhus"— •• Keauy, your llouoi "— Lallnip
ihe liny— swearinu cliurus by]my women— Soni:
by Prosecuting Auoruey— A c.noi tui rerresu
meut—bon« by l'or.la— Exaiiiiuatiou of >vit
'-■!•- il.e Mikado ol .l.ii.m tcslilies— Exhibit
"A"- The Pilgrim's March— « an aut Ismied tor
anrsl ot Banta t'laus— Exaiiiiuatiou o( Liltie
i.i-iu l'»iii,iien>y-.luii t r'.- cliaice— Uetiirn ot
police wiiii Sama Oiau»— Song. "Lou T^ile to
t>ituta Claus"— Sauia Claus .is txinblt -B"—
Plaiunn coot s.ses Judgment— Court chorus—
b.mui i ..m s 111 connoaud— C'Uii-inias tree und
gilts— Llo»ni|; carol, '.'.....<•.. Ctiiiaieu, \\ ..k-iT'
— L'uiUlu.
The distribution of Christinas presents
will follow the o!)cietta, ani at i> :M o'clock
(lancing will begin. The adult CiuisUnaa
services at the Ltiitiiriau Church will be
held on the :-und;iy followiag Christmas at
the Stats King Church, ou the corner of
Geary street and Van Ness aveuue.
CENTUAL M. K. (.1111X11.
The Christiuas services ol the Central M.
E. Church, on Mission street, will be held
to-day, wnen the follnwiug programme will
-""*{)*» rendered by a choir oi loity voices:
Mornin't; service— '• To Us Is Bom in lietlile
heui. ' 1 litloiius; "Mug, Ob, Heavens," lours;
'• Xi.c bAeel MoiyotOlii," l'di.k-; " Nazarriu."
(jouiiuO. Eveiiiun stivict — 'Cliilst Is Born,"
Whilury; "Ailse, bliiue. tor Ibe Lignt la Come,"
Eivei ; "Ke.-ui leciloii," sopiauo solo, lioiuun,
" I'iaise lo Ihe riflMir.- (iouuoU.
'I lie buuday-school pupils are in active
preparation lor a celebration ou Chri.'-tmas
t-venint:, wiien tii j Christmas cantata of
"Kuiauuel " will he reuuered. I'rofessur
Kaizeubucb will preside at the or^an, sup
lik-iiK nted by a lar^e chorus under the lead
el'auip ol J. J. Morris.
81. Ll'KK'< KPIBCOPAI. CHUP.CH.
The choir and < outrregatiou of St. Luke's
Episcopal Church will reuder the following
prugiamine on Christmas day :
I'icc SSronal nymu 17 (Mendelssohn); "Vfoi
it" lld>es); proper pnaiius. lutti, 40ih, BBUli
"•Xe Deuiir" to Uouhie ciiauts; "Jubilate Dew"
AUinri. , ofieilory, "O, couje all yelaitulul"
tNovello); byau36(Dt. Uykte) "Kyne tleisoa"
tbir »i. J. Elrejr); "Uloii* iioi" (TaiUs); oltor
loiy, "Gstrtaunu bout'" CAdam); processiouiil
liyiidi li4(ti. ttinaii); hymn 10; •• Satictus," in D
liieiij;. ..yinu 207 iDi. Hodges; "Glonaiu Ex-
CeiCls,'' old Cliablj '.Null: Ll.iii.Uls," la 11
(Field).
St. Paul's of sax haiael.
At St. Paul's Episcopal Church, ?au
lUiael, the following selections will bo ren
dered on Chi istmas day :
Oncaa i ielude lv A Uliuckj; hymn, "Adestes
Fideies" (liiuC"); autiieuj. *'ln me be^iuuiug"
I Alien;, recitative, choral verso, solo aisd chorus;
'•Vei lie" *ud ■Oloiia.i," plaiu cliaiit , "X'el>euoi"
(louis) In t'; "Benediclus" (lours); anthem,
■■li-liOid 1 lirmayou" (snmli), solo and chorus;
■•ivjile" aud "'Gloria ltoi" (Tours); hyinu,
li'.niv, the Xlei.iid," iMciiue.a-iii.u. , oUeuoiy,
"How love ly aie tlie messengers" (MeudelmoUn);
• „,. 1 r. -iie;u EUipobr); choral- coiuiunoluu,
••Si.isiiin Corda," *'l'iesai:iuu," "Sauclus," *'Ag-
LL9j>ei"aiid "Glona 111 Excelsts" llours).
HUSI CONUKEGATIOXAL SCHOOL.
The fcuuday-school of the First Congreg-i
--tioL.al Church will huld a Christmas festival
■nd entertainment ou Tuesday evening.
The entertainment will be given by the
Delta Ngiua Literary Society, assisted by
Mr*. 1-rauccs li. EiJgertou and Miss Ger
trude A.ii 1. Ths folluwiuf programme will
be rendered :
Sluyiug by the school, Samuel D. Mayer, di
reclo.; coruet solo, " Pareweli, Alaiguente," s.
11. Latzei ; Chri&tmas carols, Mis. i- ranees JJ.
Edtertuu, aong, selected. Miss Gertrude Auld;
-Ke,cll, "lie- LIVIUK Mult.o": 1 «l ..ip.l a -.1 ... 1
101 ;, lieuiy Clay; Tioiter (his mau servaul),
L. Atkins; Dr. Sloueciop, 11. Uolbrook Blluu;
Mrs. l'iper a landlady;, Mrs. U. A. Uouglais;
Kale thlonecrou's niece;. Miss Edna J. Scull.
Simla Claus will make his appearance
thereafter.
CALVARY CHURCn.
Calvary Presbyterian Church, corner of
Geary and Powell streete, has been very
beautifully decorated for the great holiday
with dowers and evergreens, ileayy fes
toons of dark-green cedar, relieved with
scarlet berries, hang pendant from the cen
ter aud comer of tue ceiling. Following is
Urn order of exercises, which will be held at
II o'clock in the uiornine:
lrelude, organ; anthem, cbolr; Invocation,
liiM'ir. caiui, baoDatli school; song service, r«-
Mvmite iiuu stiiiiuißi jeaaiugs, prayer, ad
aiesi by ihe pastor, benediction aud posllude.
CUILDRKN'S HObPITAL.
The- eighty little ones in the Children's
Hiisi i'.al have not been forgotten, and acoui
luittee, (ousistine of JUiilaii-w Uulton,
Sotblo, Frank, C. E. Green, G. Sanderson,
Hard}', Fniide, Ltunbar, Griswold, Harriug
— Urn and Kerr, have established headquarters
at 223 Sutler street to receive contributions
for them.
6T. Ai.li.v;.'.- SISUAY-SCHOOL.
i. The Christmas festival of St. Alban's
Sunday-school will bo held at Irving ilall
ou Christmas eve. Santa Clans will be there
111 all his gl^ry, and a fine piograiume of
Christmas carols aud anthems will be ren
dered.
OCCIDENTAL SCHOOL-
Seveut)' Little Ones KouDtllulljr frorliled
r..r.
The big dancine-ro<Jin in Drew's Hall, on
New Montgomery street, was packed yes
terday afterncon with the ladies of the Occi
dental Kindergarten, tlie little ones in their
charge and a goodly number of visitors. A
very prettily decorated Christmas tree was
planted upon the piatloim and the chande
liers were wreathed with evergreens.
The Occidental has no connection with any
other iocitty organized for the benefit of San
Francisco's little ones. 113 members are
alumnte of the Girls' High School, and with
prai.-eworthy devotion they minister to the
wants of the childr?n who become their
wards. They clothe, feed and educate them,
provide a physician, and give them a quod
time every Christmastide.
One year ago but thirty children gathered
around the Christmas tree, under tlie aus
pices of the Occidental Kindergarten.
YesterdayV esterday there were seventy. They wore
bright tissue-paper caps, cut after a fan
► liiSlic pattern, and having been icudiicUjd
into the hall, were seated in a circle upon
the floor, where they sang pretty Christmas
i-ongs until Santa Claus came in and un
loaded himself.
The presents consisted of wearing apparel,
toys, cuidy aud fruit i.;ich child received
a satisfying portion of the pack aud went
jiwiiy w'uii a light heart and a big bundle.
Among those who sent contributions to
Santa Claus' pack were Buckingham &
Ji. -(•!,!, Mrs. A. C. Robertson's class in
Pacific Heights School and Mrs. M. liaphael.
The school that shelter* these little ones is
at 214 ,-i'cond street, and the officers are:
Miss Mattie Bullock, principal; Miss Nellie
Heaves, assistant; L. \\. baltonstall, phy
sician, and Mi 8. W. O. Grinwold, Mrs. VV.
F. Giiswold, Mrs. A. C. Robertson and H.
M. Thompson, Advisory Committee. The
expense of runniDg the school averages Sl5O
pur month.
rOTKEBO KIKDEBGARTEN.
Manurncturers Generously Frorldo for
the hclmlam.
The children of the Potrero Kindergarten
were the guestg of SaDta Clans yesterday
morning. He came to them in their large
hall ob Tennessee street, and left behind
! mi n.siiiy giatefully accepted tokens of his
visit
The school was organized a few months
ago. aud is largely sustained by subscrip
tions from the sugar rchuery, the Tubbs
< nlaee Works, the Pacific Itolliug-mills,
thH Arctic Oil Works, the Central Califor
nia Lumber Company, the Potrero Yeast
Company ami the gas works. Among Indi
vidual ci ntribntori are John ami Christian
Reis and Irving M. Sentt.
The school is attended by the children of
the mechanics and laborers employed in
the lig manufacturing concerns in the viein
itv, iiii'i they marched into the room wlere
St. Niihnias held his reception sniping ap
propriate anthems under the leadership nf
their faithlul instructors. Miss Eva Ha'.e
and Miss Mary Wykoff.
The Christinas tree was nne of tho mewt
beautiful that cooto be procured nnd tne
gifts, judging frum the rrmaiks of the re
cipients, could not have been more judici
ously chosen.
SEWBBOIS 1 DINNER.
Tickets Given Out for the Feast on
Chr ktaaa* I>«y.
The chapel at Trinity Church, corner of
Post and Powell .streets, was besieged by
newsboys yesterday afternoon aud evening
for tickets for the dinner to be given them
by the members of the church on the after
noon of Christmas day. Rev. J. Saunders
Reed received the youthful applicants and
sent them Hway happy in the possession of
the coveted check for a Christmas dinner.
One little fellow old. about 7 years, did nnt
know he had any other name than that of
"Aidie, the newsboy." When asked his
name he said: '• They call me Ardie, the
newsboy, and I don't know if I have auy
other nmne." Another boy gave his name
as "Cervantes," and did not know if his
forefather helped Don Quixote to stab uu
offending wind-in ills.
Rev. Mr. Reed has already given six
Chi istmas dinners to newsboys and all have
been successful. He anticipates keeping tlie
seventh diuner up to the past standard.
Already he has given out about lv's lickets
and e\pccts to accommodate 300 applicants
befoie the feast is ready.
Pioneer liinilirriirtrn.
The Christmas festival of the Pioneer
Kindergarten will be held at Irving Hall to
morrow alternoon at 2 o'clock. Tboae who
wi?h to see the unalloyed pleasure of the
liltie chiliirtn, who have not too many joys
in life, lire asked lo attend this festival.
Aftergames and souks Santa Claus will
make them a visit nnd the gifts from the
Christmas tree will be distributed by tlie
members ot tlie Executive Committee and
the teachers. As many of the little ones are
needy the public is remuded that donations
of children's c ist-off clothing would b« must
acceptable. Any one who feels inclined
may send thiniis to Mrs. Alfred Shaw
Moore, at the Berkshire, 711 Junes street.
TIDDLEDY WINKS.
A New Gamp That Is All (he Rage
in Fashionable Society East.
It is the latest fid in society.
All the lhdii s are talking about tiddledy
\viuk» aud learning to play it.
In the East it bus become a veritable
craze, ai d all social affairs are considered
(lull and insipid uuless tiddledy winks la In
troduced.
Already It is the prime subject of gossip
among tlie ladies in this city, and the first
Question the fair ones ask when they meet
is, "How tire yon getiing along with tid
dledy winks? Have \ou learned it yet?"
Then Uicy ton. pare experiences as to the
best way of playing tiddledy winks. It is
a very simple game, easily learned, aud yet
requires sufficient s.kii! to make it interest
ing. There are many reasons why il should
be the ruling winter game. New features
are being added to increase the comp na
tion?, and Consequently the skill required.
Hue of these features is a miniature tenni
ciitirt, but the original tiddledy winks will
be found sufficiently entertaining. The
comi'lication cancotue later.
One, two, tl ree or four persons may play
the game. His all the mure pleasing wheu
the players are divided into partners. It is
necessary to have a talle, covered with
cloth. A round table is probably the best,
as it enables the players to arrange them
selves more comfortably.
The implements are liildledies, winks, a
wink-pot and counter;. A tiddledy is a
thin disk of bone or ivory and about the
size of a twenty-live-cent piece. A wink
Is a disk of the same material, but
smaller, being about the 8 ze of a ten-cent
piece. A wink-pot is a little woodcu ves
sel, like- a liny biickft, with an opening the
size of a silver dollar, mid about «n inch
deep. There are little pad*, somewliat ie
st'Uibiiug the "cheating rags" urchins u=eiu
playing marbles. The idea is to press on
the wink with the tiddledy nu-1 make it
jump into the wink-pot. Tlie tdrtledies are
of variou-i colors, with winks of com\si>(tnii
ing lines. The pads are of ci-lnrei silk, and
as pretty as taste may suggest. The count
ers are of colored pre-sed pasteboard.
When ihe players are ready to becin each
takes a tiddledy and fix wiuks, and the
cunters are fiiually divided among them.
Theu each contributes au aireeri-upon num
ber of counters to a pool, which is placed
in charge of one of the players. The
wink-pot is placed in the middle of
the table. The object is to jump as many
winks into the pot as possible. Each
plays in turn to the left, the one to lead be
ing decided by lot. The player places his
or her pad at any distance lrom the wink
pot and jumps six winks one after another,
paying no attention to those which fail to ;;o
into the pot. The winks lie flat on the pad,
and the player holding the tiddledy by the
thumb and first two fingers presses with its
edge upon the wink. As the tiddledy slips it
causes the wink to jump. The. Insst result
is produced by resting th« tiddleddy on the
crtiti'r of the "wink and drawing it hack un
der slight pressure. A litile practice will
enables player lo jump a wink a distance
of several feet and a foot or more in the air.
For pach wink landed in the wiulc-potthe
player receives one counter from the pool.
If he sends four nr more winks into the pot
in succession he makes a "run" and receives
one extra counter from the pool -for each
wink over three put in on a run. If he
jumps six winks into the pot in succession
tie makes a "sweep" aud receives, besides
thp counters taken from tlie pool, one from
each opponent.
All counters received, except one for each
wink put into the wink-i ot, should be kept
separately, so as to tally the winks jumped
into the put It a player falls on six jumps
to land a single wink in the pot, he pays two
counters to the pooL
After each player has jumped his six
winks, then the first player takes any wink
lying outside the ;>nt, place* it wliere he
pleases and makes it jump. If it goes in lie
tries another. As soi'n «s he fails the play
er uext to the left proceeds in the tame
manner.
.So the game goes on until ail the winks
have been jumped into the pot. The player
putting the largest number of winks into the
wink-pot in one turn takes one-half the
counters remaining in the pool, the remain
ing half going to the player having put tho
greatest number of winks in the pot. A tie
is decided by tlie two contestants jumping
six winks each, the one winning that lands
the most uf them.
The counters may be given any value
agreed upon, as in pokei, or if the game is
purely for fun, the player having the great
est number of counters when the last wink
is landed iv the pot of course wins.
The game enalili-s Indies with long, taper
ing fingers to display them to the best ad
vantage. — Cincinnati Enquirer.
Nrckiveur for XmaH.
Klegant lines or new and stylish scarfs, l arire as
sortment from 25 cents tosl. L. V. Merle, BIG to
620 Kearny street, corner Commercial.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel says: On Tues
day two young iii*-i'- rode on iiorsi'bHck to
Santa Cruz from a |>';;cp eighteen ntilea dis
tant for the purpose uf tiavin^ n w.itcii re
]iaired. They told the jeweler that for two
weeks t'.f-y had been trying to make the
watch go, imt had not succeeded. The jew
eler examined tlie watch and found that it
did not need any repairing, it only requiring
to be wound ui>, as it bad rundown.
< arc for Kh«uinntißin.
G. G. Treat of WestUrauviUe, Mass., writes of
ALU'orx's Ponous Plasters:
" For iheurnat lsm, neuralgia, pain Id tlie side
or back, coughs, colds, hi in-es and any local
weakness Ihey tiuly possess wonderful curative
qualities. 1 liave lecuiiimviiaed them to my
neit!l)lioi« will) tin- liiipplesi rexulti, many u[
whom but for ai.mock'h Plasters would be
lv a cilpulcd condition at home, in every iu
stauce where lliey Lave been faithfully und
properly applied tlie lesult Las beeu wuuderlully
satisfactory. *
Kapii) Gicadinu Work. — Contractors for
grading Hie property adJolDlng Laurel Hill Ceme
leiy. purchased lately by »lr. Jordan of Bosluu,
are dome rapid Hiid elirctlve woik, and expect
to bave me propeity In shape by Marcu Ist next.
Splendid present for Christinas, a box of
I ■(iwn.eiid't Califoiuia glace fruits, only soc a
i ound. Shipped everywhere. Towusend's, 627
Mai ket street. Palace Hotel BuilUlng. *
Nf.t Pbocfeds Domatfj).— The San Fran
cisco Opei atic Society lia« donated $100, the net
proceed* of Us recent perloimnlice of "Patience'
at ibe Hijcu Theater, lo llie Children's UosplUl
and Tiaiolug Scliool for Kurses.
Bekteliko has ibe only reliable methods to
fit defective sight. 427 Kearuy street. *
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRAIfIISCCX SUNDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1890-SIXTEEN PAGES.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
RPBS HOUSE.
O J Ueasejr. Woodland >C «l Sharp, Oakland
J TJonrs, .mi in. -i- 'IV Thomas, California
l: Hurllmrt. turning ,J McA pine. Kan (lair
Vi J Hayiiea, UusliuiKton W Kt.iiii-. liau flair
<: B Kelt, s»p. Di<>no W Scott. Cincinnati
.1 X lnrne *w, Tacoma EIS Knmvles, San Diczo
1> L) R< uaeHVr Aw.Se:.itle A Setbiin;i-r. San DUxa
Mrs H J Mrttlew. Sraltlpic M Hurlburt, San IMe^o
.1 JI selhert, Mixico li W Haliett, San Dlej;o
w Davis, Alaska |c V Hagcl, Host >v
C H Pearoe, Alaska \V E Hniuirwell. Krlilßept
O heart, tiraflon MlssM WhllcuuiD, Munlry
X N (row. dakdale |ll Lahinpulil. Santa Cruz
.1 P Uuitl, California j(i H Mason. Fmlrrlrkaug
O B MmlMOn, CastroTlltn A Borders. Tulare
HI Hue »« nnii. Mouterey A \v Tliorlo. lenroctc
FO F»schey. fun ,lo»e M McOuirk. Helena
J C Jones, Llvorinore li H Mood, Tony
.1 Hrou n, lilvermoro E Knight, Sacramento
II T Jones. Napa A B Wick, Spokane
II Thoinaa, California I A Wately, Han'ord
W B bishop, Nan;i M W Law, Modcsta
H Adams, Occidental W C Morgan, Fort ltoss
MH ernst, Oakland M W Mxrblue. Forrestrila
W W McGregor, Beth- A S TwasooU, W;iniiaiinl
ipoem Mr.sE Hrown, Sacramento
C 11 Suly. New York C II Warner* *, Colfax
N X Chrlat.e. Nevada X 0 Warner & w, Wa*htn
M McKlnsty A- w, Aspin- A Browne, l'ortland
mil MrsST Itrown, I'ortland
Wl-Ttiri*ten«fcw, Streator L Allen, xiv Bernardino
Mrs w » i «m. Courtney EKClark, San Bernardino
V I. Gisdor, San Hose W F Toiiiiant, San Joss
J I Fowler, Australia W Nicholl» Jr, [>utcliKlat
w i.i..iisv. „ii!i>, Mcl- |S H B'.'kuul, Sausalito
bourue |D S Dinginan, Auacusia
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
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w li Carter, Oakland A Sanderson, Cbicago
L fsewmau, Tyson J Lyd.ce. C'bicaffu
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E Kiiimous, I -■[■ i. i. i C Sniitb. Klmira
11 L Gunning, fort Town- J C Steveus, AHj
spr.d 3 TV Mt«erald. Tacoma
VV 11 Sweeney, Seattle J 11 Kobinsoii, Tacoma
0 v> .i,-.n. i „i:..ni.» J F Kllpatrlck. Tacoma
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A Morris, Java C W Tobiu, Montana
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C Bell. Caltrorula Miis o Ilalleran, Victoria
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■I 11 Bowman, Ilyron M E Hess. Santa (Mara
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W Frazer. liuuc:ins Mills (' iKnvning, Helena
M Jones, San Jose >V X Bennett, Milton
.1 J Crawford, r"< rt Brngg M P Fowler, Milton
J w Lovelis. Oregon W E lieach, California
A Lmti, Kansas J Mcclusky, California
M X Me Donald, Tacoma F Hoist, lowa
II S Sullivan, lacoma P Hidsi. lowa
II I. Fowler. Vancouver J Hanisou, Portland
1 Kress, .-••attle 1' Smith. lowa
■I C Verinebye, Seattle C P Mmliln.an. I'resno
N N (iarratt, \ ancourer w Sanilerson. Canada
li V (iace. Vancouver H ticott, Modesto
W 41 1. 1,. n1. Seattle 9 M licrry A wf, Oregon
\v .1 Banks, Seattle W h ClcwMslt-y, Stockton
J lti.h;.r.ls. .'■(•altle F W uarthart.Mita ltosa
J Kcaratn, Seattle IJ Eddy, Ja. K»on
v A Hall. 110 0 Weeks, Jackson
I< s Weare, B C IQ T (men. Spokane
John Hoiincs, HC | A S Cunnlngnain, Oa]
chr.nes Koto, B c IH Omllasbcr. Truckeo
s w Hudson, California <J Otis. Melbourne
J McNaiuara. Duncaul MF lliu. is, Sydney
JT Itrown Ha>wards J Tucker, Sydney
W Jameson A wi. Hkrsfd:B Srarles, Sydney
0 Peterson, Bakerstield Jona Senrles. Sydney
J Hasten, Montana A AgimHtib. Sydney
G Matthews. Seattle F Teulayson \ w.N Zeald
J SamU-rs. ft-aitie Mrs Cnlnlew.BW Zealand
J Taylor, Seattle W Fanett * wf. lilabo
1 Watson a wr, sta Cru/ J B Kelly, l'oituud
i' 1' Roberts, Ohio : w A Helm. Cnioiado
YY H Heed. Oakland C B Ulsliop. W:tslnugton
(i Bnllorn. New York Mrs It J Kmgbt, New Zld
F Cohen, Australia Miss MLt Kroi.e. .Ne» Z
BALDWIN HOTEL.
S B Hibben. Los Angeles J C Graham. Oakland
II c Herr, Obiu A Wcrilieiin, Sacramento
E t Htmiiard. Fresno F Dei. l. is, Yallejo
W Go:dpbormi;h, USX H C ilubli.ird. Vallrjo
J C Bane, California I. Fobtt-r. New York
EA Montgomery, Martnezjß M Mirpaii, New York
A Poi.p. Selby L E Woodord, Fr««iH*
.1 A Bell. I s N F Insuson. Alameda
W YV BDSta, I S N J F Hall, New York
B F Zartuinii. Petalmna iMriP M Mcyullkln, San
Vt II Davis, MD, Detroit Diego
II Piper, neirult B w Enholt. Illinois
W f Arnold, DBM J P Brutaser. Illinois
Fo 1 raotett. Petaluma G B Wilson, I s M
J Bummers, Kureka jA 0 Aimy, U s N
D F Tilliu ha^t.SausalltnlK I" yuinn^vat.sonville
M Root, GUroy springs iO I'ratr, Sau Jose
F.I Parents. Gllroy BpngSlO M l.ooims. New York
C Laiuer i w, Pleas:iuton |X X Colrortl. C irson
J N 'lhaue, Pieaimiiton C Cnnrchin, I' s s
T J Ki-lly. I'leasanton |J 11 Jordan. Seattle
E X lia.rls. Ban I.ucas IK II Horey A w. Michigan
E M make, Angel Island Mlssll KnilierFi rd.cniigo
E -I Wilson, Angel lsialidlVV X Steins, Los Angeles
I. o Meyers, U s N ; M Ban*chs,« * d.Va.lejo
Captain Conby, \allejo i)r Dickcusun, Vallejo
Dl liosm ell, Vallejo
PALACE HOTEL.
0 MacC'iillork. Sct.tland Miss X Wclfsklll.Nev City
li B Coll.ns. .-rotland W X WoltakU, Nev City
1' Dt ssan, Mitlaio I. Allen, Melbourne
E I> Edwards, Fresno I> Solomon. Melbourne
."'■!?:- U ('■ ban, Fresno J I. C«»oley, St Joseph
M Tait. Los <;.i!o> J Spluer, Austria
W liepz, saiis.il'to R Lowe. San Jose
A McKenzie, Sonoma ell \\ •-b-ter. L"-» Angeles
M Fuillii.s, San Jose w G Ilannau. D - N
I! ii Blgonrser. Oakland I, J W Cann. Santa Cruz
0 E Pay, l.ns Angeles Mrs M Hoolh, Portland
A H Feder. New York W Stisari A fy. New York
R 1. Fischer, Chicago C Combti, ( hicago
J Magii'is. Uflkland R( : arvey.San Diego
J 11 Peaces, .-am a Cruz W P Haas. Alchinoll
C C Wallace, Kureka L w Hums A w.sta Rosa
A T Shoemaker. NY M H Ll\lngston. N V
C R Sl:aw A- vt. Boston o Arnold, silver City
w Leslie. London J de w Putts, Rochester
T F Cuimitigham, N V E J Fraser, Eugtne
J A Wood<on A- w, sacto i;w liiniptirey A fy.Minn
N Nelson Aw, San .ire It L Perruigton & w.Ohio
Dr M White. Alaska W G Hunt. Los Angeles
J W Price. New York AC Bir.kson. Sacto
F M Bun.s, Nevada city J Forney, .Mare Island
Miss J Wolfskin, Nev city
MJW WESTERN HOTF.L.
A Huberts Aw. S\iluey IC A Heemer, Reno
T 8 Nun, Mtnuesot* I A I > WDmoth, Reno
Mm T T Naib. Mlnnesotai II O I'err* , California
(' w M::!culm. M mnesota! w Kustes. Imh Angeles
F 11 Law, HlalMtOta ,M Citron, Los Angeles
Q Hanson Aw, uakland W Jones, Seattle
>V Chirm. V S Navy A Brownlnj, Xacoma
I) M McLeml, Minneapolis Captain Hamm, California
li B Daily. Deliver vv A Dennis. Nevada
w M 1..-1 : Anr. Kansas M Strauh, sau Leauilro
J T Crowley. New York .1 MOm"h. tlmlra
.1 T Casey, San Diejio I J Richards. California
T Koberts, San .loso I vv Kelly, California
J 1. Downey, Denver IE Evan's, California
A Collins. Morrlatown M 80-hnke i f. Kansai
U Lambrrt, California I Mrs Clements, Idaho
J X Cowan, rortiand j Mrs Murray, Portland
B A Kicharilson.Tiilainot:.' T Cochran. Caltrorala
J M Ellison. Tillainot |W Russell, Stockton
M .ili.Mi.ii . . i.regoii .Jack Uenuetl, U s Navy
S M Reynolds Aw, Kansas'
'.KAMI HOTEL.
R Barker, Oakland W il Hosklns, Milwauke
G < Martin, Glenwood F C Campbell, llruwnsvil
FBI uily&wr, Ulenwuod J Fciist^r Jr, Mare Island
li C Hatch, Vacavllle J W Iran.-. Tulare
M l'lummer, Vacavllle El Meaner, Tulare
F ( ottle. San .Ti.se E Zukogltl.Coltervllle.Col
II r-.it/. Lanianda I'arlt 1> S Wilson, Halifax, N 8
U I i-. i, . l.amanda Park Mrs M A Flint, .-an Juan
II A i;. - ■ -. Snta ISarbra C T Llnilsey, Visall.i
i KicharOsdt wf, uakland Miss 1, wolfskin, I. Amis
H < arpenter. Nevada Dr J W Hostetter, Napa
W N Bean, Nevada Is I. Shutlell, Kni
A X i ' .. : . Dixou- R J Andrews, Richmond
W 1' Nichols tVuM-'akland -J CourtoH, St Helena
J o Oarllek, California w Q Scott. Mount Shasta
W C Swaiu. Marysvllle |s Neil. Redding
J M Mrl'lke, ht Hfleria :W 11 Ke.ll}, Willows
Miss Wolfskin, LAliKClrsl
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
Dr (i M 1! Mangels • wf, W Wilson. Seattle
M Lotus 0 H Townsenil, Mare Is
R 8 barlow. Vancouver U W lla> ward. USN
\V B Button, New York <: F VoßelaallK, U 8 N
M <Jari', i'ortland C W cinehclilf, Nevada
A c Mcrillat, USA J II Yoell. San Jose
I> M Moore, urexou I" Lyon * w, New Zealand
.1 \V limes A n. ISrColunijW Nelll, Syiloey
J s Brutus Aw,l os Aug Dr Nelll, Sydney
A J .Mi '-in, Nevada X X stiibblns. Anstralla
', W >■■'! I.eiiTcr iM I'aset, Honolulu
0 W Crawford, Missouri <X Paijet, Honolulu
1 da ( osta Duarte, Lisbon ;i> F Menefee, U 8 N
Allssl' ' - Hancock, Bacto IK X Hind A w, Honolulu
A (iaiillej. USN .1 U Harron. Australia
X li t'»riiev. USN W Colby Jew, Washington
L w Spraitllug, USN
Potter's Feck of lr.-iil.l-.
John Potter, ex-clerk of the Cosmopolitan
Hotel, who took advantage of a guest, a girl
aged 17. and embezzled $500 of her inherit
ance, was arrested last night on a bench
warrant. On Friday night he was sur
rendered by one of his two bondsmen, and
was locked up until yesterday, when the
remaining bondsman aud a neighbor quali
fied. Later in the day the rumor that the
bondsmen were not "good" for the amount
of the l>onds reached the ears of the quali
fying Judge, who issued a bench warrant
for Potter's arrest.
Nobby Clothing-
For mea and boys; larije stock to select from; low
est prices in the city; tailor s to iiuike alterations
L. V. Merle, 616 to 6'JO Kearny street, corner Com
mercial.
The Nevada cattlemen complain because
their fat animals have lo contend in Sun
Francisco with antedeluviau boviues whose
poor ribs cannot keep the wind from whist
ling through them.
H .lid ." Hats.
Fine lines of men's and boys' hats, latest blocks,
SO per cent le»s than sold elsewbef*> L. V. Merle,
616 to 620 Kearny street, corner Commercial.
Editor Carter of Bartle says: The Mc-
Cloud Pioneer office is no twelve-story affair,
but it has got the most extensive icicle deco
rations of any office in California. Many
of them are over thirty feet long.
Vkiorai, " knocks out " that '• tired ;eeling."
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DKAI'HS.
r llrtli, inarna'.'n aud death notice' sent by mall
will not be Ins-TteiL Tn-y must be ii;in 1- I in at
either of the publication offices anj be indoriel
wllhtua name ami rjside.r'- ot .iocju n autu.jrujl
toliavetue s'.ue puuiiaue.l.J
KOKN.
MlsH-in tbls city, December 20, 1890, to tbe wife
of s. ii. Mlsb, a daughter.
HURKAY-In this city, December 10, 1890, to the
wire of D. J. Murray, a son.
BOOKKMAN -In this city. December 20, 1890. to
the wltu of .) ion F. Mjilrriiiaii. a son.
OTTO— Iu this city, December 15, I«9U. to the wire
or a. F. otto, a son.
MARTIN — In this city. De-ember 18. 1890, to the
wife of P. <;. Martin, a son.
WYATT-In this city. December 18. 1890. to the
wife or Josepb D. Wyatt. a son.
HOLMES— In this city, December 16, 1890, to the
wife of B. C. Holmes, a daughter.
TII.I.M AN N -in 1111.1 cltr. December 30, 1890. to
the wife of F. Tliiinauu Jr., a sou.
LYNCH-In this city, December 14, 1890, to the
wife of James l.yucb. a daughter.
ROBINSON— In this city, December 15, 1890, to
tbe wife of Josepb Kobluion Jr., a daughter.
ÜBIFFIN-In Oakland. «-'w e lber xS, 1890. totha
wife ot .lames C. tiriflij.as,,,,
HOLLA.ND-ln tbli ettrJ to tiia'wire of Joseph Hol
land, a sou.
SAMCEI.S-Iu lathror.l).cr,nber 17. 1890, to the
wife <>r (ieoree Sanin- l.s, t .i, lllgt .ter.
VANPKU-Deceiuber 11. i> au to tbo wlf« of Ken
Vaiuler, * »""■
MAii'.Hß,
WENTWOKTH-M1L1.1.1U;,, t|]i , 㤠Decembor
18. 1890, l>y me Ki-v. ii,, ra tio BtebUM. D.D..
Oeurgo A. WentnortU anu i raucts L. "Miller, l>utU
of San Krancisco.
BAUHKK-C-OWI.ES-1: ■!!.., cliJ Dpcember 17,
189 U. by the Kov. Dr. Rp»|, lug A ;...,, . v .. r..,,. l4 „[-
or Clilcago ana S. n»nca« Oowle* of ban i'rau-
CI9CO.
AFFLECK -QUISN- In .Marysvill*. 8nohoinlsl»
County. Wasn.. DeeeinVr n issn by tbii KeT.
Fatlier <iuay. WlUlara Afiiocn and Isabella Qulnn.
late uf Sun Francisco.
HcCAXN— PITZUUtAM>_| lecelnber 16 _ JS9O, by
[in- !:.->■ . Knttier Klrbv. rrai , k y McCauu aua
>Ir3. A. I". KlizgeMld.
"ifcl7.
Adler, CarrU r Undecker, Jacob
Aiulersoii, Andrew f Lcmkaa. 1.i7.z1e
Brieii, .Limes Lawrla | i, eet sarouel T.
Botthott, William S. | Unorgau. Haimab E.
Beunlng. -Wilhelm F. Mattson. John V.
t'arpenter, Blaucha Mclnrrny. John
Caiey, John McljusUlia, l>anlel
Conn. Eliren MerguireSKh-y C.
Elieau. Henry Murray. Maria
FuuK, C. C. U'CouDor. Julia
Fox, Alexander i Oppenbelmer. Charles
«re-ue, I'hm.dore «. u <hin. Mrs. Mary
Haney. » illlmn H. ). rlce jiolllo
Hopps, Cbarltß Kyß , X Margaret
Hutcoii. Jam -a H. I s,«;hs Louia
Kennedy, Marg ret | schatf t r, Krle.lrlch
CARPENTER-In Bacram»,, to December 18, 1590.
Blanche, lieloved wl; e or Frauli w . Can>enter,
and daughter or Bhrri,l an t'orlivn, a natlvo of
California, aijed VO yi.*rs. 9 montus and 14 dart.
«rFricnd» or the taraii, are respectfully lv-
Tltc.l to attend the ronanU THIS DAY (Snn
day). at ii o clock p. M Irom t | ia p ar i o ri of
Halsted 4- Co., 91b Hltalon street, luleru-ent
aiaaunic Cemetery. 2
HUTTON-In lhls city. Dumber 17. 1390. Hetec
tlve Officer James H. Unto,, beloved husband of
Carolina A. mitton, 1, !;Br O f u rß . .1. v. Naaon,
Frederick A. and W111i:,,,, H n u » O n, anil Urolhcr
of John Hutton, a native or Maine aaed 59 years,
10 iv .ntlisan^lSiiaj . Oakland papers please
*g->rlet.ds aud ac.ii.ii.aances are respectruliy
Invited to attend the ! u ,ieral THIS DAY (Sun
d»yi.at 1 o'clock r. «..,,„„, ijrui.U' Hall. 113
Sutter street. lnterme«r^ o. O. F. Cemetery. »
MrINKRNY-In this Hr.r, Deceinoer 18, 1890. John
Mcliifruy. iwloTed brother of Patrick Malnerny
and Mr*. r>onx Kolan, native ol County Clare,
Irei3l.li. aged 47 >ear».
M-rrlcnds.-uidaciiwpntances are respectruiiy
Invited tn attend thi- lunsral THIS DAT (Smi
daj 1. at 8:S0 o'cloci: 4 . s , , rom o, c resiue c<- of
liis sister, Mrs. M. Nolan. .; Boyd street: thence to
St. Joseph's Churcl,. m.ere a renuiem high
mass will Dp ceJehm!i..| f Or tue repose of his
soul. commenclnK at » irriock a. m. luterineut
Holy Cross Cemetery. ••
McLAUOHLIN— IB this city. December 19. IK9O.
I>an lei, beloved son v' „,., rk >,. anil Mary Me
i-i.i ;..'n » native ol Bag 1 ranclsco, aged liyears,
2 nn.iiths huu VI days.
j*t*-hrieiidsand a(i|ii;ii : ,tances aro respectfully
Invited to attend tne liuicral THIS DAY (Sun
davi.at ioMock p. m, from the parents' real
deuce. 1 1 IT nil strn • . 1 , nvein Zi.e and Fourlb.
lnternifKl Mount Ca v.v, cemetery. ••
FPNK—Iu tills city. Der,-u;,er 18, 1890. C. C, be
lovi-.l i-ui.i of <»l.rrlne Fu:ik, a native of
SchlcswiK-Ho'steln. iiTnuany, aged 51 years, 8
monWw :iti.i ]!• .lays.
JVI-'rirnds auu acqtuUntaooa arc res|>ectfuliy
ißTited to altcnd tm- i.meral THIS DAY (Sun
day), at 1 o'clock P.M., irum his late residence.
1605^4 Diipnnc street. i;ear Flll.ert: thence to
Odd ti-ilons' ilall, SevfT.-.ii and Market streets, at
■J o'oloci r. m. Interiiii-i,: 1. o. o. K. Cemcttry. •»
OPI'EMiEIMEK-Inthis.itv, Deremb.T IS. 1890.
C'liarlcK, beloireil tiusluiKi ot Bella oppcnlieliner.
a native or Gorman] «ged 58 yean and « montlis.
[New Yorx. Host I'm l»ud (Oregon 1 and llrlt
lsli Columbia papers please copy. I
jCfrricnds are iBTItrO to attend the funeral
THIS DAY .Sunday). .»; ;* :45 o'clock a. m. from
Ins late reslileuie. 813 Vhti Ness avenue, --i-.-ii.il
tram from Valenc a-*trcei station at 11 o'clock
a.m. I'icase omit nou t*. ••
O'CONNOR— In th.jr'h : ember 19, 1*90, Julia,
younecst and belorel , lnl.l uf Patrick and Mary
O'Connor, a native of San 1 ranclico, ai;ed B years,
5 months nud 3 ilnys
l»jrtrien<ls anil ao; .:iit-nces -re respectruiiy
Invitcil to attrnd 11 >• Mineral THIS DAY (Sun
day), at 10 :;(■> o'clock a. M.. from the resi
dence or the parent-. Connecticut street, ni-.ir
N.i|>a, 1 otrero. Intfrimm Holy Cross ( enieterv.'.'
I.KMKAU-ln this city, [koember 19. 18H0. Lizzie,
yoiiuxt'-l aud bcic.vc.: .hi.^-hter of John and Anna
l.emkau, aud sister v: Ceurge, Minna and Anna
l.emkau. a nntlve of Baa j rancttco, agud 11 years.
3 months ami S ttiys.
«»"l r'i'iiii:. ai:.i a- -. :. ,;ancfs -re respectfullr
Invited to attend the [uueral THIS DAY (Sun
day), at a o'clock v. m., iroui the resldeuce of
lieri:-renta. 47 ('li-mri.il a street, netween First
and Secouu. Internicn: I. o. o. F. Cemetery. *
LAMiKt'KtR- In ton city, December 1», 1S9().
Jacob, bclored husb;,ti.| ol Lnulsette feuidacker.
ami fatnorol Mr«. SI. Alpero, Johanna, Carl, Sally
and Hn~o l.an.le. k. . ..:.\,. ( f Uerman}, aged
69 years.
jayKrlauds and Kqnalntaßaai arerospectrulii
inviteii to attend th" funeral this pay [Sob
dayi,:it 1 o\lu.u v. »:.. irom liis lutu residence,
•j.n coiden Oatea-ratiue. *
Ml l;i;.\ Y- In lamalpau, near Sar. Kafael. Decora
ber l'.t, Maria, wire (! William Murray, a native
of County Oalway. Ireland, a^ed 60 yc.irs.
CA " 1 1 i--:..i-. u-:.i ... , ,^l,l'c- .a - rt'spectfully
Invited to attend the fnnenl THIS DAY (Snn
ilnyK;it 9 :'M> o'clock a.m.. Irom her late residence;
thence to San Kaf.ti'i lliurch. wlmto a r«"ijulein
mass will be . . i- -r . foe tue repose- of her soul,
commencing at 10*30 i.'.iuck a. m. *
MATTSON —In hi. Asneivs. Cal.. Hecemi>er 18,
ISitu. -i ..1 V. >i.ii : ■ 1 uative of Kiuland, aged
41 year-.
jJfB-Krlftnisaiiu acqnalntanoaa are respectruiiy
iuvitiil to attend die funoal THIS DAY (Sun
day), at 1 o'clock r. v.. [tn Ked Men's Hall, :<2O
I'ost street, under ; t:i>- ;(jspices or ijohlcn city
Lodcc No. 63, K.ior 1) Interment 1. o. O. F.
Cemetery. r J 1
CASEY —In lbl» rlt>f /MrcJl.i-^t 18. IK9O. John,
beloved rather ol yaomai. Joseph, wiilum and
Charles i'asey, aud lirollicr of Mr\ Mary Mur|>liy.
a native of county Mayo, Ireland, afred 47 years.
*3-Frleii.|san.i a |U I'Uances are respectfully
Invited to attend llie luneral Tills DAY 1 Sun
day), at 2 o'clock 'r. w.. from tlie parlors of
W. J. Mallady. 788 Mission street, opposite
Grand Opera Huut;. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. *
FOX-ln thH city. Dieember 18, IWO, Alexander
Fox. formerly of Clnriiiuati, Ohio, a native of
Frai.ce. aged 46 years.
ad*Frit*nds and acti.:.iii.tance* are rcspectfnlly
Invite. l to attain! tin; funeral THIS DAY (StJß
day), at 10:H0 o'cloctt a. v., rrom the parlors of
M. -.--■. .t A Co.. 846 >!;s>lon street, interment
Home or peace OMwtcrr, Sau Mateo County. 1
akdeiisun- In tills <::\. December 20, IX9O. An
drew, beioved son or Andrew and Matilda An ler
gon, a native or Sau ; r:tncisco, ified ti years.
tfST Friends and a. <p::iiutances are respectfully
Invited to attend Uu runerml THIS DAY (Sun
day j. at 1 :3O o'clock p. m.. rrom the parents' resi
dence. IndUiia strtcL l-.tween Soiauuund Mari
posa. Interment I. O. 0. t". Cemetery. •
OiiKKNt- In San llrnianllno, December 16. 1880.
Thi-0.l- i- 1.1 - i-i. 1 -. a native of New York, aged 43
years.
t&~ Friends and nc:|iiai n tances are respectfully In
vited to attond the luneral services I 1118 DAY
(Sunday i. at 1 o'clorit r. w.. at tbe resilience of
bis sister-in-law, hfn. ■'- s. McCain, corner of
Central aveuue am. Bejreot street, Alameda. •
).l.:.tii i» Aiaiui" ■ December 18, Henry Elieau,
a member of Ueori;t; 11. Thomas Post, No. 'J,
li. A. X., a native or New Yurk, aged 4U years.
OEORUE 11. THOMAS POST.Wo. *,O. A. X Mem
bers are earnestly invited to assemble at Narrow
(H-nsre Kerry, foot of Varket street, THIS DAY
(Sundayi, at 11 •'dock a.m., sharp: thence to
National Cemetery, l'resiilio. where G. A. K.
burial services win un conducted.
W, tt. U HAHNES, Commander.
H. L. Tkknkk. Adjutant. -J
RYAN— In thliclly. December 'JO, 1890, Margaret,
belovod widow or the late F.dward Ryan, and
mother of Hannah. Kriwtrd, John J. aud Thomas
K. Ry.iu. a native or Couoty Tlppcrary, Ireland,
aged 61 years.
OrFrlends and aninaintiinces are Disoectrully
luvltu'i to jttoud ibe fuuiral TO-MORBOW (Mon
day), at H:3O o'clock *. m.. rroin her late residence,
S'-!9 Krannan itreet ; tbenre to St. Joseiih's
Church, ttnere a solemn rciiuletn mass will tie
celebrated ror the repoM 1 of her soul, coinmuueint;
at 9 o'clock a. M. interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. **
LONEKGAN— In this city, Dccembor 19, IH9O,
ll.innai Kluibeth. DeloTod wile e( Joseph P. Lon
. r_-:i;. nnd danzhteror Mrs. M»r>' Devlin and
sister of Felix, .'uii.'ja .iii<l J«hu Duvliu, a native or
Sronklrn, N. V.
**-Frleniis and aeanatntaaeef are respectruiiy
Invited toattend the funeral TO-MOKKOW (Mon
day), at 10 o'clock a. m.. from her late resi
dence, 16J'J Kills street: tuenco to St. Dominic's
Church, corner of hush and Steiner •treet.i,
v.tn,. a solemn requiem mass will be cele
brated for tho repose or her soul, commencing
at ju .'.ll o'cluck a.m. lutcruieut Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Please omit lluwors. ••
SCHAFFKR-In this city. December '20, 18H0,
Frledrlch, belovoo. sou or Jacob and Cathenna
scnatfer, a native of San FrancUeo, nged 13 years,
11 months and 14 days.
*■" l-rii-i.ii i ami acquaintances are respectfully
Invited toattend the tumral To-MOUKOW (Mon
day), at 2 o'clock p. H.. troui tlie residence of his
parents. 718 Montgomery avenue. interment
I. O. v. F. Cemetery. ••
Sachs— ln this city. December 19, 1890, Louts, be
loved husband or Hannah Sachs, and rather of
Samuel L. and Sanford Sachs, a native of tier
many, ajocl 70 years and 4 months.
•arFrienns or tne family are respoctrully In
vited to attend the funeral TO-MOUKOW (Mon
day), at 9::!0 o'clock a. m., from the Temple
Kmauu-EI, Slitter street, between Stockton and
Powell. Please omit flowers. ••
LEET— In Oakland, December 20, Samuel T Loet
a native of New York, aged B'J years. I New York
aud California papers please copy.]
JWFuueral will tako place TO-MOKHOW (Mon
day), at l::< 0 o'clock r. m., from his late resldeuce.
f/UJ Firtceiith strei-t, East Oakland. 1
MEKGIiIR!-:— ln Oakland, December 20, 18»ll,
Mary Caroline, beloved wire or Frank A. Merguire,
a native or Pawtucket, R. 1., aged 3tf years, 6
111. .111 ' is ami 24 days.
•■r*Frlciids and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to atcenil the luneral TO-MOKKOW (Mon
day), at V::iO o'clock r.M., from her late residence.
9KH X irk I:. mi streat. Interment at Santa Rosa. 2
KENNEDY— In folina, December 'lit. Margaret, be
loved wile of Jot 11 Keimedv, and sister or Pat
rick, Owen and John McMahon, Mr*. Cooey and
Mrs. Ilur.llek. a native of the parish of Cregg.in
Barony of Lower Fews, County Armagh, Ireland,
aged 49 years.
49-rrlendsand acquaintances are respectful'?
Invited to attend the funeral TO-MOKRoW 1 M..11
-day 1, at 9 :HU o'clock a. m., from her late residence,
Colina: thence to St. Anne's Church, Colina Sta
tion, where a solemn requiem muss will lie
celebrated for the repose i.r her soul, coniinen-
In? at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery. »
OUGHIN-An anniversary requiem nigh maw
will be eel. brated ror the repose of tho soul of the
late Mrs. Mary Ougbln on To-MOKKOW (Mon
day), at 9 o'clock a. M.. at St. Peter's Church. Ala
bama and Twenty-fourth streets. Friends and ac
quaintances are Invited to attend. **
BKNNINU— In this city, December 20. 1800. Vl
helm Frlc irleh. beloved husband ot Christine
Benulng, ai.d rather of Mrs. Annie Detjen. a na
tive of Lulwlitaburg, VVurteinberg, Uermany,
aued I!K yen, X mouths aud 27 day-. [Portland
(Oregon; pitpers please cop}-. 1
4STNotii c of funeral hereafter. *
HANKY— Iu tblsclty. Do ember 20, 1890, William
W. Hauey. rattier of Mrs. Robert E. McDIII, a na
tive of Baitlinore, aged 70 years, 3 months aud 17
days.
M-.Noticc of funeral hereafter. *
BOTTHOKK-ln th J city, December 20, 1890, Will
lain s. iiutt ...11. a native of Placervllie, El Dorado
Couutjr, Cau aaeit 31 years.
flB-.votu !• of funeral berearter.
HOPPS— In \lame -l:i. December 20, 189(1. at 12
o'clock Mm ';b.iriei lloiips. a native of Leeds. Eug
land, aged -*i years and 8 months.
tfSuin 1 of funeral hereafter. *
ADLER— In : his city. Deoeiuber 20, 1890. Carrie.
beloved d«ighter or David and Rach-I Adler, a
native or s „1 Frauclsco. aged 18 years, 8 months
aud 18 day
CONN- In tlui cltv. December 18, Khren Conn,
a native of ~»n FrancHco, aged 6 months.
PRICE— In tuia cltv. December Is. Mollla Price,
a natlre ot Ireland, ag/id 24 years.
IiRIKN-In ■ ;-, rlt.. Dnieiiibur 18, James Lawrle.
beloved son or Mat tin w w. and Hena c. Hrten,
a native of »» u frau* aco. aged » months aud tl
days.
-~~~^w^^^ SRT GOODS.
nearincTt¥e ienilT
OI» OT7R.
POSITIVE SELLING OUT SALE!
Vie liuvp but eight days more in this nion! h in which to dispose or the balauce
or our stock, aud realizing the necessity of effecting a complete elenrauce in
this time, we have innde prices sufflcieutly attractive to attain this cud. All our
HOLIDAY GrOODS
Are tetttg sncriOcßd, as wp are determinnd to dispose of them during the season.
We are under contract to gire possession to new tenants ou January Ist, so look
out for slaughter iv prices th> rest or the month.
HANDKERCHIEF DEPARTMENT!
ECO boxe« LADIES' COLORED INITIAL^ANDKKRCHIEFS, worth 85c.
,™ j At $ I .OO a Box.
GOO dozen LADIES' WHITE INITIAL HASDKEKCHIEFS. regular price $1 50.
.. At $1.25 a Box.
400 boxe» LADLES' HEMSTITCHED AND LSITIAL HANDKERCHIEF!-!, usually
sold at Si to.
r™, At *'--'5 a Box.
500 boxes LADIES' HEMSTITCHED AND INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, neat de
signs, worth $2 50.
450 boxes GENTS' HEMSTITCHED INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, fine quality,
worth $1 so.
400 boxes GENTS' HEMSTITCHED INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, handsome initials,
worth 82.
At 52.00 a Box.
350 boxes GENTS' EXTRA-FINE HEMSTITCHED INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS,
usual price 83.
At 75 Cents and $ I .00.
250 dozen GENTS' JAPANESE SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, nand-worked initials.
wurtii 81 23.
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT !
_„',._ At 5O Cents Each.
75 dfzen GENTS' FANCY NECKWEAR FOR THE HOLIDAYS, in all the latest
patterns aud shapes.
Our 75 Cent and $1 OO Scarfs
Are not to be equaled in the city for style, quality and finish.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GENTLEMEN'S UNDERWEAR
AND OVERSIIIRTS IN TIIK CITY AT PIUCES THAT
DEFY COMPETITION.
keaneTbros.
:«.. C TOSIN ... TRUSTEE.
943, 945, 947, 949, 951 Marks! Street.
_j^__MISCEI ; I.AIfEOTJS^
TI AtlllS
....0F....
LUMBERMEN
IS CALLED
To. and inrestiiration asked rf, a lumber-mill
plant with a mill of a capacity of 45.000 feet per
day, surrounded by 5.100 acres of timber laud,
and only six yiiles from a >hi ppin^r point.
THE PROPERTY
Is situated in M^ndnrlno ( ounty six miles due east
Jri.ui Harbor i'oint Arena, and Is - {-..-.uw divided by
ihe Bma Hlvi-r, W&iOb run 3 dingonally tliruugU,
nnd lit tupped by a flume two miles lung at Its noith.
fork to rtupply trie mill with water for dinning, or
t tie larpe tract or timber land already referred to t
the major pi-rtlon tins never been tuiirhed by tbo
woodman's ax. The timber tbercou Is principally
the i.-ivt 1 redwood tree mauy feet in dirfineter to
wbJcb Meml-'Clnu claims a precedence over nil other
countiea In California.
THE MILL
Is 105x45 feet. '1 stories; eugln« IHi2U; 3 boilers;
41 tubes. lt.H'J: set double clrcnJars; 4 (50-iocb
saws; 3 -lti-lncb saws, with Steams' sets cuin
i-"i;: carp*ti)ter and biark^nitth shup with
'■i' lli-a i>: tools; liarlty-mil!: sairdust-nilll. with
appliances and eounoctluns; 3000 ■-< • .-i Ut.iMin^
linn Iht . ]...-: .i ;i-i ties: pllc-drlver.with 1800-poun>l
LiatuDier; wuud la Ibe, trimmers, llliui;-ri*uni and
many other attachment* too numerous to tnentton.
Til- n in a; 'l all v- appointments are in perfect
order, and no expense whatever Is required to carry
ou the buaiuess.
RAILROAD.
In oonnertion with the plant Is a chute at Point
Arena with a capacity of 5000 ttes and 85.0U0 Tee;
of Ju in tier per day ; track, inrludlnic switches, two
miles long, with lumber-yards adjuiniiiK: 1 24UO
puund anchor; 50 fathoms chaton, buoys and moor
ings; 1 mile loßgiuß tramway ; steel raits; cart com
plete.
ALSO
Numeroni dwell In g-houaes; hotel; store and stock;
cabins. stables k etc.
We offer the property, railroad, buildings and
everything as can be shown on our Inventor)' at
oince an an entirety. The owner Ik a non-resident
and will refuse no reasonable offer. Easy terms
given; liberal liiducementti for cash.
>urtberand full particulars may be obtained from
EASTON, I IDKIi i.l & CO.,
del 4 Bu4t 6 .8 Miii-Ret Street*
26TH ANNUAL EXHIBIT
Home Mutual Insurance Co.
No. 210 SASSOWE STUEET, S. F.
Incorporated A. D. 1864.
Losses Palil since Orgnuization $3,033,420 31
Awets. .InnuHry 1. 18»0 821,517 09
Kuriiliis Tor l'Dllcy rloltlera. 810.567 09
Keiiisurance llescrvr -Ji 1 . i S'J 68
Caidtal I'aM Upln Uuld .iun.ono itil
Net Surplus over everrthiiiK ■: I l.ssi 41
lacoma In 18«9 $389,971 75
Klre Losses I'altf In 1889 19i,:t75 2i
FiruLusnea I'lipaiil January 1, 1890.. 10,359 OU
Preslilont J. F. HOUOHTON
Vlce-I'rraldcni J. L. N. MU-.i'.\ i;n
Secretary Cll AS. R. STORY
Ueneral Age-it K. H. MAUILL
mr 4 8a tt
COAL!
Plenty of Genuine Wol- Seattle fll 50
Hni.-t-.il $14 00 1 Coos liay B 00
New Wellington, equal Cherry Valley 10 00
to the best $14 OOlTSacka of Wood.. 1 ol>
KNICKERBOCKER COAL CO.,
KB HOW \l;l> ST., NEAU FIItST.
t6-T.le)iliinic Nn. 5i31. ]y6 SuWe tf
LAKEVIEW!
TUB BEAUTIPUIj I
Buy Lota in Lakeview.
CAKNAI-L-FITZIIIGH-HOI-KINS CO.,
deli 17 10 21 <f :* .Market Street.
T» TTTIfPTT'n T? »"lUH AND ALL REC
KS II Hill X Rul illscasea cureU lv
XV U X X \J IX Xj [r ,, m :U) to 6U „.,„
without operation or detention from bnsine-s: no
rlmrKH unless curea; come aud see us or write for
namphlet. KKS. fOItIEKKIKI-l) A LdSKY,
83M Market at. d 023 SuWe*Wy tf
■ HI DR. HENLEY'S
111 BITTEltsr
!#•■■ For Dyspepsia and Inillgestlon.
SOLI) BY ALL l»l: VI. KISS.
- ■ jy'J7 SuTujf
I.^^Z.^'ftl CUSHIONS. Whl-pors lic»rii. Com-
JSrSltVr'lw-j.S-wT--*. Writ.f.r kt«k .t lrM r. WKEK.
fe'i ly BoWe*Wy
lONITED DNOBRTAKBR9* l'
EMBALMING PARLORS. I
ETcijtniug Ksuuisicefor Flntciiu VuuaraU I
at Reaaoaable Ratea. I
t1»plion» ».»*•■ « and i 9 rifmtrxv |^
I McAVOY A CALLACHER. I
FINKJtAL DIRECTORS and EMBALJIBBS,
UU FIFTH STKKKT,
Opposite Lincoln Hi-hool.
Telephone 3080. iirt'Hm
IKUdIUIK Mi-«ISN. THOMAS MoUINK,
MoOLNN BROTIIKUS.
(Souottbt late JAMES McGINN.)
Fan»r«l Uiractora and Bmbalmer*.
SlKddr St.. opp. Tlrult Opara Hont.
MT T1«pl»ou« No. aafl'i. »v« SnTuTb tt
lIIIUN £ Let MAS,
Jos. Hagan.lato of Hasan Bros., Valencia street,
IJNDKKTAKINO PAKLOBB.
17 Cltr Hall Ava., Nr. Market and Bth.
Telephon^432^^^^^dellTliSuTu6ui^
Biritf Bul'ul'u w ]>1 iv
HEW CALIFORHIA THEATER.
Handsomest I'beate-r In the Worl L
MR. AI. HAYHAN Lessee ami Proprietor
MR. IIAUP.Y MANN M.iaajer
TO-NKJHT LAST PERFORMANCE.
JAMES T. POWERS AND ''A STRAIGHT TIP!"
It .«
• -TO-SIOKIIOW- : -M\TTNEES
! MONDAY i CHUISTMAS DAY
m«;ht. and
U !t SATUKDAT.
THE ONLY NOVELTY IN TOWN !
RICH AND HARRIS 1
BOSTON
HOWARD
ATHEN/EUfVi
SPECIALTY
COMPANY.
The Giant Pioneers of Hlirn-nass Vaudeville.
Tho Company Is Henrled by the Incom
liaralile
WITIIOVT A RIVAL IX THK EXTTRK WORLD
OF AMISKMKNTS IS HIS
AVONDERrTL ACTS.
EVENINOS-25C, SIX-,~~75c~51-ALI. RESERVED.
MATINKtS-asc, 60C. 75C -BEST RKSIiKVKD.
It
ALCAZAR THEATER.
vfAi.LKNKi.ii Jk BXOCSTVncLb lessees aud Manijari
TO-MORKOW, MOVDAI,
THIS Wallenrml 4 Stockwell's
SUNDAY Comiiany
EVENING, Iv a Great Double Bill,
™ "TURNED DP"
OF ....AND...
::: ur! "rough_diamond: j
J»3- SEATS NOW READY.
POWELL-STREET THEArER.
Powell Street, Opposite Baldwin Hotel.
SCHWARTZ BROS Sole Proprietors
JOHN E. CAIN Manager
A OKAVITsiICCESS!
THE NEW COMPANY A KIIJ HITI
oraud Sunday Matinrent 3 I". M.
TO- NlliH T
BAGGESEN HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLES!
Secured Irom Europe, ;i:i.l America's best attrac
tions.
lt.\<;<;i:SF.N. the Human Corkscrew.
MAKt/4 * ABACt'O, the Arab Wonaers.
THE t.REAT I. \ lII. ON. Mllnle.
SIIEFFKN & 11LAKKLEV, ReiiueU Negro Delinea
tors.
VIDELLA « DUNHAM.
BELLAC 4 AOUDA, Wontler-Workers.
UILI.EN .v DOYLE. Bnrlesque Comertians.
3— MORI.EYS— S, Europe's i.reat Comic Urotesque9
MISS Rosik I.XX. Operatic Vocalist.
THK ONLY BUKSKLLE.
Adlnlaftlmi. 25c; Renerveil Si-.its. 50c.
*jT SEATS NOW ON SALE. _e»;
KKlil.lNi BROS. Proprietors ami M«u»j»n
UNPARALLELED SI'CCESS OF
TO-NIGHT : TUC •
TO-NIGHT : I IIC
loSiiE ! WONDERFUL j
TO-NIGHT t , nun :
TO-MGHT LAMP :
to-nigiit : t-«mr ■
Notice.— Smoking In Parquet Prohibited.
Popular Prices— 2sc and sOc.
WIGWAM THEATER.
Corner Ucary and Stockton street-.
Cll A ISLES MEYEit Proprietor and Manager
HUGE HOLIDAY HAFPE\INGS:
MERRY CHRISTMAS HADE MERRIEE !
Week ot Monday. Deoeuiber avid. Every Evening,
I/sual Baturday and Sun-lay Matineea!
EXTRA MATINKK CHRISTMAS IJAVI
Full Stockings In the Sumptnous Spectacular
PRINCE TAPHEE TOOPHER!
Bornrtßing Scenic Bpleodon and Tasteful,
Triumphant Transformation.
MISh IDA SIUDO.NS AS TUB PIUNCE.
FIRST APPEARANCE-
S MiA-R-VHSLiT-iHiS 3
JOHN J. LEONARD AND ANNIE ASHLEY.
I'orULAK PKICKB, lOC. * *oc v 21 3
<_^ AMUSEMENTS.
BALDWIFTHEASi
MR. AL. HAYMAN Lessee and Proprietor | MR. ALFRED BOUVIEH Manager
iMEtrKCTUAi.. OOR HOLIDAY SEASON.
fvu. or wit. eojiMFNcmo monday bvkmng. dkcembeb aa.
LAUGHTER REIGNS. Tlie Ever-Popular and M«st Noted Comedy of a Century.
.- MIC. M'lUtl.M GII-LKTTt.'S (SEW)
*~B? "PRIVATE SECRETARY!"
MILLIONS OF PEOPLE "13' YOU KNOW."
LAUGHED AT IT. Revised ThU Semon With Additional Strong Feature*.
Under tba direction of MR. CHARLES FROHMAN.
TUB BEST COTEBIE OF ARTISTS EVER PRESENTING
THIS MOST HITMOROirS OF BRIGHT STAGE GEMS.
HOLIDAY 3VE^%.l*XSirßXia
CHRISTMAS DAY, 3STE3"W "X"B3A.R.'S DAY.
HOLIDAY MATINEE PRICES...... «50, 6Oc and 750.
REGPUAR JMCA-TllSrErgl S.A.l'Tmi> J A.'V.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
J. J. KYAN _ Manager
COMMENCING -- MONDAY, -- DECEMBER -- 22d.
Sale of Seats Opens Ttiis Morning for*
CEORCE T. ULMER
xasr
THE VOLUNTEER!
Linler tin.' Au.splces of
O^VIiI^IIi:LX> POST, a. -A.. H.
100 ON THE STAGE |OO
BOX Ol FICK NOW OPK-V.
" ORPHEOM OPERA HOUSE.
UUSTAV -WALTER Proprietor
..NOAGKME>"T OF
WITH THE
C. D. HESS GRAND OPERA CO.
TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIOHT I
LUCIA Dl LAMMERMOOR!
L'ALLEMAND, MERTENS, HAMILTON and SICNOR AL
BERT CUILLE IN THE CAST.
EEFEBTOISE FOR THE fIXTH WEEK. COMMENCING DECEMSEE 22D:
MONDAY and TUESDAY H«KTHA I FRIDAY FAIBT
WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY TKXVIATA SATUKUAY LUCIA
THU USD AY ItIGOLKTTO |
TWO GRAND HOLIDAY MATINEES.
CHRISTMAS MATINEE. THURSDAY. At S P. I£.
Saturday Matinee, December a~lh TROTATORE
PRICES.
ADMISSION "25c I KESKKVKD SKATS 50r. 750. SI
BALDWIN THEATER — EXTRA.
MR. AL lIAVMAN Leiseeand Proprietor
MR. ALKP.KD 150UV1EK.. .!... Manager
THE
EMMA JUCH
GRAND ENGLISH OPERA CO.
CHARLES-E. LOCKE, Director.
BEGINNING
MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 5, 1891
Anil Limited to eighteen Night and
Three Afternoon 1 erformauceg.
Tbe inftnajenient has the honor to announce the
second season of the (irand Opera sunir in tlie Kn-
Ellsb lauKuage by The tmiua Juch (irand Kugllsa
Opera Company, aud that having regard to tbe brill
iant success aud constantly lucrcaslni; Interest in
the performances given by MISS JCCH ;ind her ad
mirable comitauy of singers it hasTentured on still
further extending the already large repertoire and
increasing t!io number ol artists, cliorus and or
chestra. The following arrangements are rfspect
rully submitted, and it Is h >pe<t will n'W with ths
approval of the patrons of ike lyric stage through
out America.
The strength or tbe list or principal slngen and
artistic arrauKemcnis will be been from tbe follow
ing anuouuceuien t :
SOJ-KANOS- FMMAJI'CH, GEORGINE YON
JAMSIIKIWSKV, CAKLOTTA MACONDA,
MARIA FREKBEKT.
CONTRALTOS— LOUISE MKISI.I MiKH, JESSIE
G. KLDWER, DORA IiSCOTT, IiERNICE
HOLMES.
TENOKS - CHARLES HEDMONDT, PATNE
(' AUKK WILLIAM STEPHENS, iitOK.it;
OOULIJ. JfcllN li. BKLTON.
BARVTIUNIi-OTTO RATII.IENS, LEO STOR
MONT. AtLEK; NO lIASMO.
BASSES-FRANZ VETTA. E.~N. KNIQUT, PIER
DELASCO, S. H. DUDLEY.
ADOLI'ii NELENIIORFF Musical Director
WILLIAM J-ARRV Stage Manager
THE KMMA JX'CH
Grand Orchestra of Selected instrumoiHlists
And The Kmraa.Jnch Grand Chttrus of YrftJned
Voices, which have given such general satisfaction
Id the past, hay« been still further strengthened aud
improved.
RErERTOIEE FOR THE FIRST WEEK.
MONDAY, Jan. s— Richard TVasrner
THE FLYING DUTCHMAN.
SENTA MISS JUCH
Ml-s Mci-lius:cr. Messrs. Kathjeus, Vetta,
Clarke and Stepbeus.
TUESDAY. Jan. «— Charles Gounod
FAUST.
Hesdames Jnnnschowsfcy, Meisllngrr, Freebert,
Messrs. Clarke, StormoDt, Vetta, Dudley.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 7— Richard Wagner
LOIILNGIEIN.
ELSA MISS .TCCH
Mine. Januschowslry. Messrs. Heduiondt,
Ratbjens. Vena, Knigbt.
THURSDAY, Jau. B— Guisepne Verdi
IL TItOVATOK.:.
Mcjdames .launschowsky, Melsllnger. Freebert,
Messrs. Clarke, stormont, Delasco, Stephens.
FRIDAY. Jau. 9-tj. Mey.-rbeer
LtS UIIUI'K.NUTS.
VALENTINE MISS JUCH
Mesd.'iines Kacontia. Mci^lli. «cr, Freebert,
Alessr?. Ileduion-Jt, Vetta, srorinont,
Knljht, Oelasco, Stephens.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Jau. 10 - G. Verdi
HXGOUXS >,
or The Fo'ol'.s Kevenee.
Mcsdames Januichowsky. Meisllnger, Freebert,
Messrs. liathjen.s. Clarke. \ .i: .. Delasco,
Stephens. Dudley.
SATURDAY NIGHT. Jan. 10 — Georges Bizet
CAKMEN.
CAKMEN MISS JUCH
Mcsilnists Macouda, MeislinKer, Kreebert,
-■■i.hi- Ile.lmuuut, Stormont, Knight,
Stephens, Delasco, Dudley.
The inlae-en-scene for the above operas were con
structed in the worfcshonsof The Eimna Jucb Grand
Opera Company in New York, under the direction
Of CHARLES E. LOCKE.
The celebrated steinway I'l.nw used by The
Kmma Jucli Etißlish Opera Company. Tue Masou
A Hamllu Oman used. _
Hr The sale of scats for the first seven operas
will begin Monday, December 'JSHh, at 9 a. h.
The sale oX se;iu for the second week begins
Wednesday, January 7lh. Repertoire will be duly
announced.
SCHEDULE OF AKIrES,
Reserved Seals „.'^^. »1 :>». «I. . p 'oc
Boxes .TMfyr. . . .«15 and $20
THE OLYMPIAN CLDLB;.
JRO LL,E R^ SKA T I NC W&KT
MECHANICS 1 VA V Tt. I ffs '.
6000 PAIRS of the LATEST KOI.LEB BKATKS.
60,000 i-Qi'AKE FECT MAPLE SURFAC&
TII-MUUT,
GRJ^T TWO-MILE OPES -FOR- ALL RACE.
Valuable Trophies to the Winners.
SECOND GUAM) FEIK NIUHT
Tuesilar, liecember S3il.
WALDSTEIN VS. RIDGELY,
Two Miles for a bet of a'JOU.
MOIiT V, SMITH,
Cbamplon of Australia, vs. tho Winner, ono mile.
J*3- CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON, _«r
Bicycle vs. Skates— Championship Contest.
OH AN D AMATEURS' RACE tHKISTMAS NIGHT
Unt Grand Calico anit Necktie Party.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
INMANTAM'OIS SUCCESS.
AUDIENCE WILD WITH DELIGHT.
TIVO LAST CONCERTS.
Saturday Matinee December 30th
....AND....
Muml.-iy Gvenins December 23d
VLADIMIR DE PACHMANN
Tbe Ureatest Chopin Plaj er of tho Century,
Box sheet open Monday from 9 a.m. toS r.ic.at the
Piano Warerooms of F. W. BPKNUER ± CO.. 7x3
Market street, Second Floor.
**- Ch ick er Ins Piano used exclusively, jur
de 7 tf
SCANDINAVIAN SOCIETY'S
ANNUAL CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS
Kit XX FKSTIV AL AND BALL,
At SARATOGA HALL, Sl4 Oeary st,. bet. Uyde and
Lartln, SATUUDAY, Dee. 47. 1800, commencing at
4 o'clock p. v. Admission, &0 cents. Subscription
list op«n at the society's hall, 71 New Montgomery
St., daily from 18 to 3 o'clock p. m. <m SuTuTosa 4
NEW BIJOU THEATER.
R. L. KNAPI* (late of Carleton Opera Co.) Manager
UKRMAN tHKENT Stage Director
nHOFBN-SD
BI'NDAI i-i < i: ii I.l.l: 14, 1830,
With the Ureat German Success.
THREE PAIRS SHOES
A MUSICAL COMEDY
With a Prologue anil Three Acts,
Adapted by 11. EHRENT.
MATINEK SATURDAY, 3 P. M.
Special Matinee for the Progcft'lon Tues
d»y, 3:id, at 3 I*. »L
Popular Pttom— 2sp, BOc and 750.
a *->■ .i!> now ou Saie.^o;
dee tr
GOOD FOR 25C!
CUT THIS OUT
■ And present at the Box-O<ll = c of the ■
Kljiin Theater. Yuu will a «l
': A 75-cent Seat for 50c and & 50c Seat for 25e! :
MR. M. B. LEAVITT Lessee and rrouriMor
MX J.J. IiOTiLOU -\Uu»<ar
Ti.-Nijilit at 8 and Throuch the Holidays.
Maiiiii-es Wednesday, Xhi.k Day and Saturday.
A. -THE TEUTON AND THE CELT;
laughing ; Gas Williams. Jola T. lellj.!
THE : 1 Q LUCKY 1 0:
gods I : :
FOR SWEET RARITY'S SAKE.
A Matinee Performance will be given at the Cali
fornia Tncattr TUESDAY, Dec. 2)d, beginning at
1 :MO r. m. on account of tbe 1.-tici !i of the pro
gramme. It will be for tbe benefit of the Examiner's
Fund for Christmas Toys for Orphans aud De
pendent Children.
Harry Mann of the California Theater
Will Mai.age the Affair.
The wives of the managers of the leading San
Francisco theaters have volunteered to sell flowers
: the foyer. A beautiful sourenlr programme will
be a feature of the occasion.
JAMES T. roWEKS and the "Straight Tip"
Company will be out of town ne^t week, but are
going to make a special trip back to San Francisco
to belp out tbe poor children In this beuefit. All the
leading people of the ■' Straight Tip" company will
appear, pla\lngthe first art and their specialties.
MR. JAMKSE. WILSON or tbe Alcaiar will art
as Stage Manager. Wallenrod aud Stockwell will
api»e:ir with the pick or thi-lr company.
JIR. (JILLETTE'S •• i'KIVATK SECRETARY"
COMPANY, from the Baldwin, will play ono act of
lh.it clever comedy.
The great UUS WILLIAMS will appear on the
occasion, and JOHN T. KELLY will ba there. They
are out with the "Uandl" Company, aud JAKE
GoTTLOVolthe Hush street Thaler says they will
belp.
MANA<J<»v,'ALTERS<»r the Orplieum will help,
and sj wtfrße I'ick or me Hm opera Company.
MMX. UU^t: L'AI .I.KMAND and ber sister.
Ml>s M AJBytEI.LSA>sI.i: whl s::ii{ a duet from
" MaritalnV^lnit a du't from the '•Mirrlnge of Kl
saro," by kind permission of Manager Hcu. whose
orchestra lender will f ui-nij»h the accompaniment.
THE BOSTON HOWARD ATHEN.EUM SPECI
ALTY COMPANY will all appear. It tncia<l» Uie
very beat or the specialty uud variety talent In the
world Every artist Is a wontier In h s line and can
not be surpassed. They all glre th»lr services free.
TaiSJKOVHSLL-STKISKT TUKATEH COMPANY
"111 canwibalf their -: eel Utles,
THBmoi.l OPhl'.A COMPANY, one of the
finest organ nations of tbe <iud In the country, offer*
Us services free.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE Af THE CALIFORNIA
THEATER. de2l Jt
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Ladles Can Vote at the Election. Hat Checks 2S
cents, but not compulsory. Directors of Amuse
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IUnWT. Colonel Alfred Pcrrler: Prosldent. Judzo
A. Craig: Secretaiy, J. E. Sllnkoy. Next luli's
head Breakfast at Sansalito on Washington's Rlrlh
day. -■ dc'Jl tH -it
MR. AND MRS. DREWS' DANCING ACAO- nX
eioy, 71 New Moatgoinery »v — New ar- Jjjv
rangeu'eiits; tuition reduce*); dancing leinifii > T V
at little cost: Uents exclusively i'«K.rai), L-Joa
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