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i\Je- \j MH*^— lEST" 1? i*
A Winter Season Opening With
a Fromisins; Record
of Pleasure.
THE McLEAN MARTIN LUNCHEON.
Bersaglieri Society Inauguration Ball.
Watson-Atchinson Wedding in
Los Angeles— OrlaHo Club Ban
quet—House-Warming on Har
rison Street — Leslie-Hewitt
Wedding— Notes.
f A r.fw ladies' club was recently organized
at Stockton entitled the "Chili of '91." The
first party will bo lielil on Christmas night.
Mrs. Monroe Salisbury gave a very iileas
ant reception 10 n few of her most intimate
friends vn Tuesday evening last at her resi
dence on California street. A delightful
evening was passed by those present, the
hours being uiade especially enjoyable by
the presence of Miss Wall, Mis. McGavin,
Mrs. Stiaron and Miss Bessie Bowie, who
rendered a number of choice vocal and in
strumental selections.
Ti.c Itmiisli Society NYrden's children's
Christmas-tree festival and bull will take
place at Odd Fellows' Hall tins evening.
Mr. and Mcs. W. P. Buckingham were
pleasantly surprised on Friday evening, the
12th in St., at their new re.-idence, I2SI
Twenty-first street, by a number of their
frie-i'ls.
Kinß Kalakaua, who is already well up in
Masonic degrees, is to be made a Noble of
the Mystic Shrine dariug his present visit
to this State.
A Christmas festival of the Alameda Uui-
Uriau bi! n day- school will be held at ilar
mocie Hall, Al.iineda, to-morrow. An in
teresting and varied entertainment will be
offered, consisting of a Christmas tree and
Snnta Clans, " A Christmas Dream," with
tableaux, a half hour with an old-fashioned
singing-school, enrol singing and dancing.
Games fur the children commence at ti ::><).
The interesting reading by Miss Yorke,
an English lady at present residing in uiir
city, on the ''Life of Minie Bashkirtseff,"
look place at the Hotel Ploasauton on Fri
day last, and was attended by an apprecia
tive auitk-nce. Auk tig those present were:
Mrs. Lissak, Mrs. Dnny Meloue, Mrs.
Crane, Mrs. Keilli, Mr?. Fyfe, Mrs. Grayson,
Mr?. Pendleton, Miss M. Dimond, Miss A.
lr«iue, t!ie Miss Aretia a d many others.
The ladies interested in the Children's
Hospital are making elaborate preparations
for the Christinas fete to be given at the
Hospital Building on California street, near
Fust avenue, on Tuesday aftem"'.-— "■7 >1 " r "*
HOJ,M t ' *•#«*-! j •.. I'll. lllkV
will be a reception for friends of the cause,
M.d a pleasant nlternoon is ami ipated.both
by the Buffering little inmates of the institu
tion and its patrons.
Hie Mnrtin I.imili Party.
A charming luuch party was given by
Mrs. Heiuy McLean Martin last Thursday
at her Lome on the comer of California ana
Taylor streets.
The tabie was set in the beautiful art gal
lery, where (overs were laid for twenty
amid surrounding tones of yellow, pink and
mnuve, again=t a background of palms, the
table decoiaiiona themselves being violets
Riid orange-hm d ribbons prettily inter
woven. Among the dainty appointments
nere the latta favors, finished with the
name in t;iiiled letters ami* violets and deli
cate path-ma haud-paiuted. Satin bunbon
nieres contributed another grateful touch of
color to tlie harmonious tout ensemble,
which, as i h« ligl.t from the rose-shaded
lamps fell ii^on the diagonally set table, was
eoinpi'eti d by tlie exquisite toilets of the de
lightfully entertained guests.
Those present were : Mrs. Henry McLean
Martin, Mrs. D. D. Colton, Mrs. 1,. U
BnkiT, Mrs. Arm^rong Lvon, Mrs. 11. M.
Hewhalt, Mrs. Frank 1. Wiun, Mrs. J. B.
Crockett. Mrs. John O'Neil Keis, Mrs. Crit
tenden Th rutou, Mrs. Monioe Salisbury,
Mrs. M. Hall McAllister. Mrs. Leonard
Wood, Mrs. Fred W. Sharon, Mrs. Walter
Mcftavin, Mrs. Horace Davis, Mrs. William
8. Tcvis. Mrs. Hugh Tevis, Mrs. Charles
Kenny, Mrs. Louis B. Parroit, Mrs. Cnarles
h. Brigham and Mrs. George M. Stouey.
An M. B, I iiutfh Clirisim** Fete.
The Christmas entertainment which was
held at the Bush-street Methodist Episcoral
Church last Friday evening consisted of an
operetta entitled "A Children's Night," by
Ella Stirling Cummins and Carlos Trover.
The children sang their parts very well con
sidering tlie tender Hge of the "little ones.
Special praise may be given Mr. Williard M.
W •> 'l as Santa Claus, who took the part to
perfection. He was in good voice and sang
his barytone solo excellently. At the con
clusion of the operetta the proents were
distributed to the merry little cherub-..
Watsou-AtchlDion IVrilillnt In Lc> An
erlr*.
A contpanr of interested friends assem
bled latt Wednesday evening in St. Paul's
Church, Los Angeles, to witness the mar
riage of Miss Sl.ua Atchlnton of that city
to Jlr. J. E. Watson of San Francisco.
About 300 invitations had been issued to
friends here and in the East, and the audi
torium was well filled before the strains of
the wedding march, played by Preston
Ware Orem, the organist of the church, an
nounced the entrance of the bridal party.
The ushers, M«ssr.-. L. A. Kelly and Greg
ory Perkins, were followed by the maid of
lioi.i r. Miss Mac Forrester, who carried a
buuch of crimson roses.
The i. elite little bride came next, leaning
upon th- arm of Mr. NicbolU, who gave her
into the keeping of the groom. She carried
• bunch of white lioman hyacinths in her
gloved hands and a more bonny bride has
Dot stood before the altar in many a day.
The groom, attended by his best mail, Mr.
Forest liauce, met the bridal procession at
Hit- chancel, and the impressive marriage
nervice of the Episcopal Church was pro
r.oiii.Mi by Rev. George F. Bugbee, rector
of St Paul s, the oman playing s jlny mean
while.
At the conclusion of the ceremony tba
bridal party vras driven to the residence of
Mr. E. A. Forrester, on West Seventh street,
where tiiey were entertained till their de
parture by the 10:30 o'clock traiu for San
Francisco, where Mr. Watoon holds • re
sponsible position.
The young couple will be at home to their
friends at the Berkshire after January Ist.
Many beautiful presents were received,
consisting of silver, China, Satsuma ware,
choice etchings, etc.
The Wnrd-Benl* Wedding.
At 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening at St
lUry's Cathedral, Mr. W. Press Ward, a
well-known and popular employe of the
United States Custom-house, and Miss An
nie Beale, a charming young lady of Oak
land, were united in the holy bonds of matri
mony by the Uev. Father Prendergast.
Miss loellie F. Nevlan acted as bridesmaid
ana Mr. Henry E. Fanner of the Custom
boose was tlie groomsman. None bat the
relatives aud intimate friends of the young
wuple were present
At the conclusion of the impressive cere
mony the bridal party repaired to • fash
ionable restaurant, where a sumptuous re
past was served.
Mr. and Sirs. Ward have gone to the Del
Monte and on their return will take up their
residence in Oakland.
The Italian Bill.
A large crowd of interested spectators as
•rmb'ed last evening at an early hour out
side the handsome new hall of the Italian
Bersaglieri Society, on the southeast corner
•tatockuiD and Union streets.
Tue occasion was ibe ball's Inauguration
by the pleasant means of a civic and mili
tary ball, and the announcement of the in
tention drew together b very large and rep
resentative attendance from among the Ital
ian colony and interested friends.
The exterior of thebuilding wasbrilliantly
illuminated with colored laini's, and by 9
o'clock a large number of guests hail made
their nay up the broad stairway to the
handsome hall, which was all ablaze with
liulit and looked particularly attractive.
Here the gallery was scon tilled and much
interest was ovinced as the Bersajjlieri
I iTl's in uniform took up their position
uriv-8 the hall facing the rostrum.
Brief preliminary exercises, commencing
with the overture to " WilliHin Tell " (Ros
sini) by the First Beghnent Band, C. Casassn
director, appropriately opened the evening's
pleasure, Si;;nor Avo. P. Morhis maae an
exhaustive speech in his native tongue, de
tailing the history of Hie society and the
difficulties encountered before tlie present
commodious building became an accom
plished iUid gratifying fact. He was fol
!ov. i-.i by Dr. I'escia, who spoke in English,
the leading point in his address being tho
hope that the coming generation would up
hold the society in the same creditable way
in which it had been upl:eld in the past.
Bt>:h clccjuent speeches were enthusiasti
cally received.
An artistic flute solo by Signer A. Lom
bardo,"The Carnival of Ytenice"(r > aganlni),
nreompanied by the orchestra, followed, and
this together with the salute nod a few drill
movements by the guard, who were accom
panied by tin ir prepossessing vivandiere.
terminated the opening exercises. Dancing
afterward prevailed ti 1 very late, and the
general verdict was that tlie lluor was ad
mirable for dancing.
The followiug gentlemen may justly feel
complimented to have their names con
nected With an occasion so successful:
Executive Committee— A. Nardini, A. I'ao
liicci, V. Meuesini, E. Unti, A. Motroni, E.
C. Palun'eri. Reception Committee— Bnard
of Trustees— A. Nardini, ['resident; G. Gas-
I pari, Vice-President ; L. Corrado, Treas
urer; A. Massonl, Vice-President; V.
I (Juiliel, Captain ; L. Baglietio, Trustee; G.
Malpiide, Trustee; IX Devincenzi, Trustee;
IJ.1 J . Antoueili, Trustee; S. Nieri, Trustee; A.
Paolueci, Trustee, deception and l>oor
Committee — A. Motroui, R. BctUnl, A. Parti
celli, I. Cii lie pa, "G. ChelinJ, T. F. Guinassu,
G. liiccheri, 51. l'eipuli, A. L. BfU-ig>lupi,
E. Unti, A. Guastucci, G. Bacigalupi, G.
luneo Sr., V. Davalie, L. Brizzofiura, Aine
deo Petri, F. Caviiguaro, I. Quitfci, Giov
I'isani, 1. Fave. Floor manager, Dr. G.
I'escia; Floor Committee -Dr. E. V. lxinigo,
A, J. Spinetti, J. C.ilegaris, J. F. Fugazi, E.
Scodeleltl, G. Bini, G. Podesta Sr., G. Cag
lieri, U. Bertiui, E. Merani, A. F. Decaniill?,
L. Valerro, M. Scntena, G. Mareseotti, C.
I'asuri, F. Mascherini.
ill.- Orlando <lub Bauqnot.
The second anniversary entertainment aud
I all of t!.e Orlando Literary and Social
Club, which occuned last month, were fol
lowed en the evening of the 14th inst. by a
banquet at the Maisuu Doree, which was at
tended by the members only. Previous to
the banquet the club passed "a few pleasant
huurs at Arcadian liall, Union-square
Building, in limning to an interesting liter
ary and musical programme and dancing.
At 11 o'oluik tho members were driven
down to the Alaisun Doree, where the din
tag-hallWM found to be tastefully decor
ated nnd the tab c presenting a particularly
inviting appearance. Fantastic creations of
the confectioner's art and pretty combina
tions of fruit uud flowers Were abundantly
displayed. As at tue celebration of a year
ago, the ladies and gentlemen were in even
ing dre^p, and when all were seated an at
tractive picture was presented.
Every one had an agreeable surprise in the
discovery of a beautilut souvenir, which was
in the shape of a small buuk of poems, to
each of which was attached by tiny ribbons
a broad piece of teemed and fringed satin,
pioperly inscribed. Tlie menu was of tho
Highest order and the wines were aduiira}>'<:
During tlie progress ol the dinn*=-YhV r!X
Hprni 18 * 5^ Past Pros!
■ .'.^"y,:'.::!^ lo ". 'J% iatinc as toast-master:
"The Orlindo Club," Mr. .M. G. Jonas;
"Our Absent Members." Miss Susie Solo
mon; "The Ladies," Air. G. M. Lavensou;
"The Gentlemen, Miss Carrie Jacobs;
"Our Actors and Actresses," Miss Blanche
Lavensou; "The Married Oilnndos," Mr.
H. Uuua; "Our Friend— the Public," Mis*
Fannie Kali sky; "The Business Part of
Us," Mr. C. Solomon Jr.
About inidiueht a telegram was received
from Picsid nt M. J. Netter, who i- at
present in lViUanU, Oivgou, congratulating
the club in its second birthday and wishing
his brothers anil sisters a in irry evening.
Those present were: Miss Blanche Laven
son, Miss Carrie Jacobs, Miss S>usi« Solo
mon, Miss Agues Keller, Miss Faunie K.il
isky, Miss Alice Lobe, Alias Dora Coleman;
Messrs. 11. Unua, J. Isaacs, B. Liviu;ston,
S. Jacobs, C. b. (Tuna, E. M. Silverstone, B.
Kahn, C. Solomon Jr., G. M. Lavensou and
M. G. Jonas.
The 1.--1 i> -Il>>\\ II t W I'M. ling.
The wedding of Miss Emma Hewitt and
Mr. Isaiah Leslie took piace on Wedaesday
evening last at the. residence of Rev. J. P.
Dicks'jn, pastor ol the First Cumberland
Presbyterian Church of San Francisco.
The bride wa& assisted by Miss Martha
Leslie, sister to tne bridegroom. Attorney
Hewitt of Oakland, brother of the bride,
acted ns best man. After the crreinouy the
happy couple drove to Ono Hall, corner of
Filtetnth aud Mission streets, w here a recep
tion was tendered them by the Messrs. Leslie.
As the newly married couple ascended the
stairs leading to the reception-room, they
were creeted by the sweet strains of the.
weddina inarch, very effectively rendered
by the baud. After the general greetings
were exchanged some of the California
delicacies were served, aud Mr. Sydney
Smith i reposed the health of the bride and
bridegroom, to which the bridegroom re
sponded in a few viell-e!:osen words.
The happy couple were the recipients of
many handsome presents. The hall whs
tastel ully decorated with flowers and ever
greens, and a very enjoyable lime was spent
in speech-making, singing, daucing, games
and recitations. At midnight the guests ad
jourLeU to the dinins-rnnm, whero a tempt
ing repast was served, after which dancing
was resumed until a very late hour. Before
parting nil joined in kinging that old but
familiar song, "Auld Lang Syne." The last
good-by was said, each going home well
plea«eu with the evening's celebration.
Among those present were: Mr. ai.d
.Mi.-. W. Leslie, Miss Eliza J. Long Moore
ol Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. T. Leslie, Miss
Katie Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Swan of Oak
land, MissMarlh.i Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Cam of Oakland, Miss Nellie Bigley, Mr. and
Mrs. K. Stewart, Miss B. Tuebert of San
Lorenzo, Miss Freddie Tuebert of San
Lorenzj, Miss Ruby Leonard, Mis> Annie
Rixon, Miss Maggie McLean, Miss Lizzie
Woods, Miss Mary Burke. Miss Letitia
Tekel, Miss Bessie Ilazlitt, Miss Isabella
Lennox, Miss Minnie Leslie, Miss Maggie
Leslie, Miss Minnie Bordeau, Miss A.
Basset, Miss Ida Anderson, Miss Mary
E. Moore, . .Mtss Lizzie Morrow
of Oakland, ' Miss Eupheuie McLean;
Messrs. Charles Tuebert, John Ritchie, Mr.
G.lbright, Joseph Morrow of Oakland,
David Little, Sydney Smyth, Robert Hewitt
of Oakhmi!, Mr. Anderson. Willie Rixon,
Koberfc-Kbrd of Oakland, Willie Ritchie,
John "Btliott, David MeCurdy, Robert Mc-
Allister, Jobn Palmer, Thomas Woods,
Robert, Thomas, Samuel, Ellis, Frank and
Jobn Leslie, William Hewitt, William
Brown, Alexander Donaldson.
A I'leasaut Puny.
A social gathering was held at the resi
dence of Miss En iiy Fisher, 19% James
avenue, on Thursday evening, the 11th Inst.
The evening was spent iv singing aud danc
ing, after which refreshments were served.
Among those present were: Miss Carrie
Feldman, Miss Nellie Dare, Miss Sadie
Currant, Miss Kate Uynes, Miss Maggie
Duffy, Miss Mamie Bratt, Miss Sadie Brail,
Miss Sarah Flannery, Miss Mamie Geisen,
Mixs F. Geisen, Miss Emily Fisher; Messrs.
A. Trautvetler, J. H. Burn?, C. Marple, £.
Martin, Charles Dixon. Frank O'Kaue, U.
Sch warts, Dr.lS. S. Prosser, Mr. Crouiss,
Mr. King. Excellent music was furnished
by the Sports' Mandolin Club.
The Court Rcbln Hood Entertainment.
Court Robin Hood, No. 5931, A. O. F., held
Us sixteenth anniversary entertainment and
ball last evening at Union-square Hall.
A good attendance enjoyed the following
programme: Overture, band; song, Mr. J.
Hasan ; recitation, "The Uncle a Mystery,"
Mr. A. Smith; song. Mr. Bailey; instru
mental solo, Mr. J. Griffiths; song. Miss
Brown; recitation, Mr. Mark Noble; born
pipe. Miss Sybil Campbell: recitation. Miss
Brown; song, comic, Mr. T. Tregallas; ad
dress, Mr. H. C. K. McNulty; song, Mr.
Drake; exhibition drill by Sherwood Forest
Bangers.
Dancing afterward held sway to a late
Dour, Johnson & Gutruan furnishing the
music. l'iie following gentlemen acted
upon the committees ana insured the even
ing's success : Committee of Arrangements
— W.Ayling (Chairman), J. T. Jeffress, C.
L. Morris, J. McLennan. W. Oresty, T.
Watson, B. Goldsmith, V. ThornhUl, A.
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. SUNDAY. t>)£r,EMBER 21. 1890-SIXTEEN PAGES,
Kleinclaus; Reception Committee— J. An
derson, C. R. (Chairman), S. Wray, D. F.
Herlihy, R. Pearson, \V. Carnal). J. Dart,
P. D. Clunes, D. M. Herlihy, A. Nicholson;
floor manager, U. Whittle; Floor Commit
tee—W. Tfiornhill, T. Thoruhill, W. Gresty,
D. J. Dunne.
Honte-YParinlnc on rinrrlsnn Street.
Last Tuesday evening a very pleasant
birthday and house-warming party com
bined, in honor ot Mr. Harry Morosco, was
given by Mr. Walter Morosco, at his resi
dence, 653 Harrison street. None but the
employes of Mr. W. Morosco were invited.
Music and games were the main features
of the evening and were indulged in until
midnight, when the guests sat down to a
sumptuous repast. A number of toasts were
given and responded to. At an early hour
In the morning the guests took their de
parture, thoroughly satisfied with their even
ing's entertainment.
Among those present were: Messrs.
Walter Morosco, Harry Morrsco, Leslie
Moroscn, OUie Morosco, E. J. Holden, Mrs.
Js'annary, Miss May Nannary, Mr. Charles
J. Reynolds, Mr. aud Mrs. X. Macgrenor,
Mr. Rulph Cummins, Miss Genevieve Nan
nary, Mr. and Mrs. J. Haswell, Mrs. Mitit
lafld, the Misses Maitland, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E. >.ute, Mr. and Mrs. A.Meyers,
Mr. E. Naunary, Mr. C. Reade, Mr. Reade
Jr., Miss Josie Seabrook, Mr. J. Gnffiilis,
Mr. C. Owens, Mrs. Francis, Miss Francis,
Messrs. Dillon, Lufkiiu, Van Nets, Frank
Thomas, E. Thompson, J. Johnson, OUie
Cash, George Walker, A. Meyers.
Party oa Valencia streot.
The Noble Graud of Amity Rebekah De
gree Lodge, No. 161, I. O. O. F., Mrs. A. J.
WillistoD, extended a general invitation to
the members to spend a social evening at
her residence, Mi Valencia street, last
Wednesday evening. It is needless to say
the invitation was accepted, and a goodly
number were preseut.
The eveuing was spent pleasantly in card
phiying, games and social converse.
Among those present were: Mr. and
Mr*. George B. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. De ly. Mr. aud Mrs. W. Gibbs, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Uucks, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ho!
--coinb, Mr. Rnd Mrs. A. AY. Lirimer, Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Layrij;, Mr. ana Mrs. D.
Xrwell. Mr. and Mrs. \\. C. Rentohler, Mr.
ai.d Mrs. W. Shaw, Mr. ami Mrs. C. W.
Welby, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Young, Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Aniidon, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Williston,
Mis. E. F. Adams, Mrs. D. S. Brown. Mrs.
S. J. Pulsipher, Mrs. M. Plath, Mr. H.
Hazard, Mr. H. Williston.
* Farewell Party at Sun Kifori.
A very pleasant surprise party wns given
by Miss Flora Chisholm of San Rafael to
her cousin, Miss Aggie Lee, last Wednesday
evening. The evening was spent in dancing,
singing and games. Supper was served at
YJ. :S0 o'clock, after which dancing and games
were resumed until the small hours of the
morning.
Miss Lee leaves this week for her home
in ban Luis Obisjio, after au extended visit
in San Rafael.
Among the guests were: Miss E. Mac
douald, Miss S. Boyle, Miss Aggie Lee, Miss
Marie G.miberl, Miss L. Ca-sar, Miss It.
Cesar. Miss J. Haniill, Miss 11 Schnieder,
Miss M. Kelly, Miss A. Schnieder, Miss A.
Gambert, Miss V. Elliott, Miss E. Gambert,
Miss Flora Chisholm; Messrs. A. Mac
donald, J. Csesar, T. Elliott, M. J. Conway
G. Os ;i r, \V. Elliott, J. A. McDonald, W.
li. Kelly, E. S. Rake, S. J. Frazer aud W.
H. Muh.ir.
S. .1-. i. iy Personals.
Mr. Cbauneey Milton St. John is now in
New York, where he is being entertained
by, among others, his relatives, Mr. William
P. St. John of the First National Bank,
Colonel Bridges and the Slieffields of Eugle
wood.
Mr. and Mrs. n. Ward Wright have re
turned from a must delightful wedding trip,
during which they visited the principal
Eastern cities.
Mrs. W. I. Buckingham will be at home
on the last Thursday of each month at her
new residence, 1333 Twenty-first street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldstone and their two
daughters are expected to return from their
Eastern tour about the latter part of this
week.
Professor R. H. Webster of the Com
mercial High School left Saturday for New-
York.
Lieutenant C. P. Perkins of the Swatara
has been granted six mouths' leave of ab
sence.
it is probable that Clinton Scollatd will
si/end a part of next summer at Coronado
Beach. Mr. Soollard's name is familiar to
the readers of tne Century, Harpers. Tilts
Atlantic and filh« u.!:^iztii r 3 o f this char
acter. Tin is one of tiie editors of College
aud School.
Mrs. J. B. Brnnn has come down from
CalNtoga to reside here during the winter
months.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. C. Ralston have come
down from Seattle with the iuteuliou of
speirding the winter in Oaklaud.
Mr. John D. Soreckels, who has been on
a visit to the East for the past five weeks,
returned to the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beylardof San Mateo,
accompanied by Miss Howard, have, been
gues:s during the week at the California
Hotel.
ACROSS THE BAY.
Small Huns 1 rom Oakland and
Alameda.
Frank Davis, 12 years old, who says that
he « as on his way to San Jose to work,
when captured by a constable at Niles, and
accused of vagrancy, was fnund gaiity. Jus
tice Clark suspended sentence, but ordered
the Constable to take him to the County Jail
and then liave liinj sent to the Boys' and
Girls' Aid Society. The officials at the jail
refused to receive the lad, aud the Con
stable took him back toNiles. Justice Clark
was r.nyry at the jailer, aud then sentenced
the boy to serve thirty days in the Couuty
Jail.
Ex-Governor H. G. Blasdel has filed a
petition with the City Clerk for a street
railroad franchise, to be operated by c;ible,
horses or mules or by electricity, commenc
ing ut a point in the center line of lark
street, where the Meetz street-car line from
Alameda terminates on s iX Park street,
running thence northerly along the center
line ol Park street to Twenty-;hird avenue,
thence to the northeast boundary line uf the
city.
W. A. Holcomli, a prominent merchant, is
mentioned as a Republican candidate for
the Oakland Mayoralty. He hus been for
many years a resident of Oakland and a
delegate to tlie I'acitic Coast Chamber of
Commerce from the Produce Exchange.
William Lennane was held in SIOOO bail
by Justice llenshaw to antwer for an as
sault with a deadly weapon on L. C. Dunn.
A female witness for thedefense was scored
by the Ju.tice for changing her testimony,
and v>v.s asked whether she knew what per
jury is.
The United Presbyterians of Oakland
have purchased a lot Uoxlo7 at the southeast
corner of Eighteenth and Castro streets for
StiOOO, to be used as the bite of a church
buildiue. They expect to put up a building
next spring.
The argument In the case of Adams, re
lator, against the City of Oakland, hns been
continued until Saturday, January 8, 1H<)1,
before Judges Greene and Ellsworth iv
bank.
Leon Flores lias signified his intention to
plead guilty to two charges of burglary at
Livermore, so at to shorteu bis terms of im
prisonment.
There was a threatened strike of steve
dores on the estuary yesterday, but it was
adjusted and the men returned to work.
N. 8. Douglass, book-keeper for a plumb
ing firm, has been appointed Assistant Sani
tary luspector by the Board of Health.
Al.mrda.
The Christmas entertainment of the Park
street M. E. Church will take place on Tues
day evening.
Mrs. Eliza Tupper Wilkes will deliver a '
sermon on "Why Unitarians Celebrate
Christmas " at the services this morning in
Masonic Hall.
The payment of the city taxes continues
to be very slow. Of the 5105.000 to be col
lected only 848,000 has been paid in up. to
date. Taxes become delinquent one week
from to- morrow.
The Christmas-tree of the Alameda Flower
Mission for the poor children of the city will
be held next Saturday in Blanding Hall.
The hall, which is located on Webb avenue,
near Park street, will be open next Tues
day to receive donations from the tree.
A private sewer, which was laid about
two years ago by proDerty-owneis on High
street, was torn up to make room for the
new sewer, which has just been laid by
public contract. It is the intention of the
City Trustees not to allow any more private
sewers to be laid on public streets.
A Park-street merchant, who has a saloon
in the rear of his store, where card-playing
is indulged in, has been arrested for the
violation of a city ordinance prohibiting
gambling. The complaint was sworn toby
a man named Macon, who is said to be act
ing in the interests of the Alameda Home
Protective Association.
A Wonl to Mother*.
! i>-;~...... , ._ v .... a .-_. .... . . .
»rinf[ your uoys to Merle's rortnelr clothing, nats,
etc. Lowest prices lv the city. L. V. Merle, 010 to
620 Kearny street, corner Commercial.
Be sure and visit Hie new restaurant, the
"Klrklioven," 425 Cieaiy itreeu Flrtt-clan
Fieucli Uluner, CO ceoia. Music tveiy Saluiday
nlglit Kueclal uiuuei ou Sunday. ' •
NEWSY NOTES
FROM AUSTRALASIA.
Every thing Seems Prosperous in
That Far-Off Coontry.
Heavy Cn.jint of Coal, Wool and Gold— A B'g
Dividtxd Paid by a Bank— Hawaiian
Jottings.
The Royal Mail steamship Mariposa,
Hay ward master, arrived from Australian
and Hawaiian ports yesterday afternoon.
The following items are taken from Sydney
papers as late as November 26th, and from
Honolulu exchanges of December 13th.
Kew South Mules.
The Bank of Australasia has paid a divi
dend of £2165 a ehaie, equal to 14 per cent
per annum.
The output of the cnnl mine at Newcastle
for November averaged £!,!)70 tons a week.
The colony of Victoria took 20,000 tons.
At a meeting atXarrandera it was decided
to form a company under the co-opnratlve
system, the object being to assist in improv
ing the condition of the working classes.
The business of the company will be that of
graziers, agriculturists, dairy ami poultry
farmers, orchard-growers, vine-eulturers,
meat-iireserveis, wool-scourers, wine-mak
ers, fru it-preservers, soap aud candle mak
ers, with other industries.
A valuable discovery of coal and lime
stone lias been nmile by the manager of the
Pleasant Colliery by sinking in the. flat be
low the Jllawarra Kaiige. The limestone
lias been found from experiment to be bet
ter aud stronger than that from New Zea
land, which is imported at a cost of £1! per
ton. A sample has beon sent to the Depart
ment of Mines for analysis.
The steamer Abrrdecn left Sydney No
vember I7ih with WOO bales of wool for Lon
don.
A jockey named Pye was thrown from his
horse at Usage on November ISth, and was
killed.
Albert Smith was hanged at Wauga on
November 18th, for murdering J. Y. laylor
in April last.
The owner of the Tinapagee Station, near
Bniirke, has entered into a bond lo refund
to the Mienrcrs all the wages, amounting to
jM.'X), forfeited by the magi-trates at VTanaar
iu;;. On these conditions only wili the
shearers conclude shearing.
The shearer, Seaton, who was burned to
death in the recent fire at Dubbo, is belioved
to have set the hotel on lire, and then v. alked
Into n room ond thus committed suicide.
Coffee berries and hemp seed are being
distributed gratis to farmers in the Maclean
district by the Department of Agriculture,
with the view of encouraging these indus
tries.
Victoria.
It is stated in connection with the hearing
of the appeal of the Victorian Government
in the case cf Ah Toy vs. JJusgrave that
the court seems to favor the exercise of the
prerogative of the Crown against the entry
of Ah Toy into the colony.
According to the report ot the Victorian
Mining Department the yield of gold for the
quarter vias 149,281 ounces, being 1939
ounces less than the previous quarter.
Mr. Shiels, the Victorian Attorney-Gen
eral and Minister for Kailways, addressing
his constituents, admitted that many of the
railway lines did not pay expenses, and he
gave a word of caution about overmanning
the 'ltjmrtmeni and overpaying the em
ployes.
'Ihe final meeting of the Australasian
Charities Conference was heid in Melbourne
November 17th. Piofetsor Morris was
elected President for the ensuing year.
The conference recommends the establish
ment «f labor colonies on the German plan.
The whole of the members of the Victorian
Cabinet have been returned unopposed.
The leading syndicate, dealing with Ihe
stock of the last Victeriau loan, is reported
lo have lost £li>o,ooo by the trausaclion.
Kluce the other colonies refused to share
in the cost, the Victorian Government has
declined to contribute toward the fund for
the ,\ ;;'; i. ;;.-.:« i -U :[.. ;i.
The locust plague is assuming alarming
proportions in Victoria. In certain pluees
business wtl temporarily hindered through
the houses having to be kept closed.
A tender of £!V,«4S was yesterday aci-epted
for the erection aud completion iii (lie i ;i-t
wing of the Melbourne Parliament IIou«es.
The work is expected to be completed in
three years.
The Victorian Postmaster- General con
aiders that newspapers should be carried
free as in New South WalfS and Queens
land, in spite of the fact thai a revenue of
about £30,000 is obtaiuid from this source.
The population of Victoria on September
30lli was estimated by Mr. H.ivter at
1,140,132.
Tin 1 \'ictorian Government has written to
the Indian Government asking it to prevent
any further emigration taking place from
India to Australia.
Tlib Premier of Victoria has decided on
the lid o[ Match as the most suitable date for
holding '.he Fedeiation Convention in
Sydney.
QueaiiHtnnd.
A petition has been presented to the Gov
ernor of Queensland praying for thn territo
rial si p ration of the central districts. It
was si ned by 7730 people.
The Governor of Queensland has received
from Lord Knutsford an acknowledgment
of the receipt of dispatches <n the subject
of northern separation. The latter asks for
further information.
One of the murderers of Gi'orge Hunter
has been hanged at Port 4Moresby, New
Guinea, and another at liigo, where the na
tiyos fled in terror into die bush, refusing to
witness the execution.
The Governor of Queensland in Council
has approved of the adoption of the 2%-i
postal rate for letters tv all parts of the
world except the Australasian colonies and
Kiii.
In the Queensland Legislative Assembly
Mr. Uninack /{aye notice that he would move
that it is desirable to arrange a fort
uightly mail service via Torres Straits at
a rate not exceeding £32,000 per tiir.ium.
Stiinii Amur-ill*.
The "Church of England Synod in South
Australia has presented a petitiou to the
Legislative Council against the Mairiage
With a Deceased Urother's Widow Kill.
The South Australian Hallway Commis
sioners' auuual report, presented to Parlia
ment, shows that for the quarter ending
September 30th the railways aud tramways
yielded a net balance over the workiui; ex
penses of £131,000.
We»t Australia.
General Booth is said to be parleying
with Mir Government of Western Australia
for lnnd in that colony for his reclamation
scheme.
The Western Australian Pastoral and
Colonizing Company has issued its pros
pectus, with a capital of £100,000.
The surveying vessel, 11. M. S. Penguin,
reports the discovery of a magnetic shoal
near Cossack, Western Australia. While
passing over the shoal the vessel's oom
passts were deflected 55° to the right and 23°
to the left.
Now Zetland.
The New Zealand Premier approves of
the date fixed for the Federal Convention,
aud suggests Hobart as the place of meeting.
The Minister for Education in New
Zealand states that unler certain conditions
•"''•'n favor of the State aiding Roman
Catholic schools.
i ¥." cI J of .. Ule shi P me nt of New Zealand
butter by the steamship Tongariro, which
Jl? s . ,JL n i? 01 ! ln Loudon at «n average of
JOs to 40s, has been pronounced to be rubbish.
*or the information of New Zealand vine
growers the Agent-General for that colony
is collecting the more recent and reliable In
formation respecting phylloxera.
Sir George Grey acting on thn advice of
his doct.r, has decided to retire from politi
cal life.
Haivalinn Island-.
The Honolulu Advertiser of December9lh
says: Mrs. M. L. Wolber, daughter of Mr.
Van Middeldyk, was a passeDger on the
Rio de Janeiro, expecting to find her parents
here. They, however, went up on the Aus
w" 1 !?' V?. c l '\.. a siD e ul ar fact that Mrs.
Wolber left San Irancisco the day after the
Australia arrived there, yet she did not see
M e « rP ISn e P ?r Sn v dIU w th ,1 y knnw "he was on
the Janeiro. Mrs. Wolber came from Singa
pore.
A new church at Waialua was dedicated
sssyssj*- Xt cost * 530 ° «*««*
Lnd m a n g ,o na i Sl ? nds - wll ?resl,e landed men
Th a c VSSSSUZ SttAß a SIS
Yn^VhiL 00 o mPrcial Ad wtlser: Wong
\n Kno^nH gl F nlnCße B«ntleman. educated
m Hugland, and son of Wone Shine M L
«r»vX^\t S° nB " Xo "8
■eavy storm In too District ol Hamukaa,
O,rTueVay for fe * *y «>e loss of life.
refuge at Hilo. lli, y unable to land
t^t.h 1 i g l 7 ; " 'mpressiPn seemed to
be that there had U^, B cloudburst
KIDE'6 ANIMOSITY.
Be M»k«» •» i Ai«» nll AfUr „ p rom ,, eto
Be ■ <-uod Boy.
A nicely dressed y oung niaD) with c<m .
firmed hoodlum Proclivities and named
Charles Eide, wai arr e Bted8 ted last night by
Officer Enright at the tninnyside House, on
Ritch streak as he was in ihe act of batter
ing a looWioremai, i, an , ed Edward Gregg.
The trouble between them dates back
over a year * hen £i,] c wasarr ested for bat
tery. In the Police c, U rt th»case was dis
missed because, as the Judge said, Eide had
promised to be a ccod boy." Since then
each meeting on the street has been a sig
nal for a fight, and several times Eide has
threatened that if he ever met Gregg on the
wharf when no ofticors were in sight ho
would throw lilm int.. the bay
Gregg became, feiirfm Bnd i ast nignt ap _
pealeu to an officer, wbo told him to go Into
the Sunnyside Hoi:,., W here Eide was, hut
he had hardly enters] when he was at
tacked. At the Ration a search revealed a
deadly looking Iron knuckle, and he was
charged with battery and carrying an iron
knuckle.
Coal From , he goand.
Among the vessels u iat arrived iv port
last evening were the bark Gatherer, Cap
tain Pritchard, w*ic& made the passage
down ,from Seattle in twelve, days, with a
cargo of 2300 tons of coal for the Seattle Coal
and Iron Company. 3II( i • tue 6 i,j p i> wo
Brothers, Captain Windrow, sixteen days
from Tacoma with j^i, tons of coal for the
Southern Paeihc Company
Useful l'l-ramta.
Mothers, ouy your do;, s i r.ibber coat and legglas.
Headnuarters for boys' tuuijorclothlng, L. V. Merle,
016 to OiO Ke:irny stren. ruruer Commercial.
Xh« ISrouklyi, Hotnl.
me jsrooKiyn huh on Bush street, be
tween Montgomery and Sacsume, has been
renovated and was m iened yesterday un
der the management of Charles Montgom
ery, the well-known hotel-keeper
ETirj i: O y
Who buys a bat of L. V. M. rie gets a School Com
paulou irte. 610 to ti'Ju Kcarny street, corner
oinmerclal.
The Kluc nt f'liurch. i
His Majesty Kin;,' Kalakaua and suite
will attend services nt the Howard-street
Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. Dr. S, V.
Leech pastor, at 11 ■ A ■:■ dt this morning.
"God Bless
Normal Nutrini. :it. Our baby! was
getting weaker and thinner every
day, when a fri< n l told us of Nor
mal Nutriment, made nt the Volo
Mills, corner of Mission and Miiin
streets, which only costs 35 cehti a
enn and may al«:iy; be had fresh,
and which is a irifect fo< d f.ir In
fants, invalids or lj -peptics. Uoyou
wonder ihch that we sxy Gud bless
NORMAL
NUTRIMENT."
nol2 Cra \Vi>so
QUEE.a " ViC TORIA'S
CHOI 3E.
These are to Certfa '.hat I hare ap
pointed
O. H. Mumm cf- Co.
Into the plare and guaH y of Purveyors of
Vlianipanneto
lleii Majesty t Rfims.
Gircn under >ny head I lit sixteenth day
of July, 188(!, in the l'ij cth Year of Her
Majesty's Ileign.
Sydney,
Lo> d Steward.
TKADE BOPPIXED BY
JONES. MUNDY& CO.
16 Front street, San Francisco*
,£%%&* TRUTH TRAVELS
Msz2 TRIUMPHANTLY!
yffi\ 3jgr AmllSi'ldly Proclaims that
tgp MRS. HARRIS jN'S
rvH %T\ Improved Cucnmber
\~%^ rv^X^ — AND —
V>®fr Elder Flower Cream
Is superior to nil oilers ; 75c per bottle.
Ask yonr druggist for it, or at MRS.
HARRISON'S, Bcauly Doctor, 26(jearj
street, S. F.
Send for book, M B«€r6l of llrauty."
OCI9 Bn :lmj*p
FOR fHE HBUDAYB!
WM. SCHULZ,
Manufacturer or and Whol ,saic and Retail Dealer in
STERLING SILVERWARE,
IMPOBTKB OF
Jewelry, Silver - iilnli'il Ware, Frencb
Clocks, Oprra f:lns»rs, Novelties and
Fine Tabli' Cutlerj.
ITOPEN EVENINGS.-ffl
414 Market Street.
Fine Watch Kepnirlne a Specialty.
dell 7t coil 8p
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
FURNITURE!
LARGE STOCK ! LOW PRICES !
CARPETS and CURTAINS.
LAIJ.iK AKSOIITUBNT OK
FOLDING BEDS!
CHAS. I. TAYLOR,
1188 aud 1185 Market Street,
del 2 7t] ABOVK BKVKNTH [eort 8p
"Sat— »A»^^^»^iy • :mH
TEIiEGRAPHTTAtGn^DayorKTenIngp
CAUFORNIA TELEGRAPH CO^IS^
Over 200 of our opetatora dow In office*.
n036 WeSu lin 8p \
Folding BedsrEiE
liOW ] T*VI HD'C u:i:! »»1 l ins
FBICES. I IHILUrIO, VIIIKIII'STKKUT,
now 15t en I "l>
RAIN! RAM! RAIN!
AHUITAHLK AS WKl.i AS DSEIUL CHRIBT
n«s gift la a ana silk ijm,. ..-Hi'. "• I you can get
tnaiu at alt prlcea at I
BAKU'S, 383 BUSH Sir., Plonfor Factory.
ocl Wesli 3ui Vp
DEI GOODS. •
SPECIALS
The Holidays I
We take pleasure in informing our customers and the
public that our stock of HOLIDAY GOODS is now com
plete. Our importations for this season have by far ex
ceeded those of past years, and we are now prepared to
exhibit the choicest collection of novel and useful DRY
GOODS ever shown in San Francisco.
Our Prices Are Always the Lowest I
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
LADIES' ALL-LINEN HEXISTITCn-
ED HANDJ- EMBROIDERED INI
TIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, per box
Si, Si 50, $2, $3.
GENTS' ALL-LINEN HEMSTITCH
ED HAND-EMBKOIDERED INI
TIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, per box
$1 50, S2 50, fc3 and S3 50.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HANDKER
CHIEFS, in novelty Christmas boxes,
per box 25c, 30e, 50c aud 75c.
GENTS' ALL-LINEN IIEMSTITCn-
ED WHITE AND COLORED BOR
DER HANDKERCHIEFS, each 25e,
30c, 35c, 40C, 50C, etc.
LADIES' HEMSTITCHED COLORED
BORDER ALL-LINEN HANDKER
CHIEFS, each 10c, l^J'.c, 15e, 20c, 25c,
etc.
GENTS' ALL-LINEN HEMMED
HANDKERCHIEFS, each 12>/£r, 15c,
20c, 25c, etc.
CHILDREN'S ALI.-LINEN HEM
MED HANDKERCHIEFS, each oc.
An immense variety of LADIES'
FANCY EMBROIDERED HAND
KERCHIEFS iv white aud colors, each
15c to 55.
UMBRELLAS.
UNION SERGE SILK UMBRELLAS,
Paragon frames, oxidized silver
bandies, each $2 50.
TWILLED SILK UMBRELLAS, Para
gon frames, sterling silver handles,
each $4.
MERVEILLEUX SILK UMBREL
LAS, l'aracon frames, embossed
silver handles, each S5.
FINE ENGLISH TWILLED SILK
UMBRELLAS, l'aracon frames, rustic
silver handles, each $7 50.
PURE SILK UMBRELLAS, Paragon
frames, fluted silver handles, each SlO.
PURE SILK UMBRELLAS, Paragon
frames, hammered silver bandies,
each $15.
Also a rhoiee assortment of FINE
UMBRELLAS in the following styles
of handles : CAPE HORN, ETCHED
SILVER, DRESDEN' CHINA,
IVORY, ONYX, ANTIQUE IVORY.
Ladies' Underwear I Corsets,
NURSE AND WAITRESS CAPS,
eacli 25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, etc.
LADIES' AND MISSES' FANCY
LAWN AND SWISS APRONS, each
35c, 00c, 7oc aud }L
LADIES' SQUARE -NECK CHE
MISES, each, 35c.
LADIES' EMBROIDERED APRONS,
each 25c and 35c.
"C. P." CORSETS, "P. D." CORSETS,
THOMSON'S GLOVE - FITTING
CORSETS, -'J. B." CORSETS, FER
RIS' WAISTS.
LADIES' CLOTn WINTER SKIRTS,
each 85c, Si, SI 25, 81 50, etc.
LADIES' BLACK FARMER SATIN
QUILTED SKIRTS, eauu §1, SI 50,
$1 75, S2 25, etc.
SILKS.
COLORED SURAH SILKS. 21 Inches
wide, per yard 50c.
BLACK SURAH SILKS. 20 inches
wide, per yard 75c.
COLORED SURAH SILKS, 24 inches
wide, per yard 81.
COLORED FAILLE FRANCAISE, 20
inches wide, per yard Si.
COLORED FAILLE FRANCAISE, 21
inches wide, per yard §1 50.
ECRU SHANTUNG PONGEE, 2G
inches wide, extra quality, per piece
CHINESE INDIA SILKS, 24 inches
wide, per yard 50c.
JAPANESE INDIA SILKS, 27 inches
wide, per yard 83c.
A large line of the Celebrated "BON
NET " BLACK SILKS, per yard 82
to St.
COLORED PLUSH. 24 inches wide,
staple and high colors, extra value,
per yard §1 25.
GLOVES.
MISSES' 4-BUTTON KID GLOVES,
embroidered, in browns, tans and
slate, per pair 75c.
MISSES' 4-BUTTON KID GLOVES,
embroidered, per pair $1.
MISSES' 4-BUTTON SUEDE GLOVES,
embroidered backs, per pair §1 25.
BOYS' FUR-TOP GLOVES, spring
wrist, per pair SI.
MEW'S FUR-TOP GLOVES, spring
wrist, per pair $1 25.
LADIES' DERBY GLOVES, Plquo
embroidered, in browns, tans aud
slates, per pair SI.
LADIES' FUR-TOP GLOVES, spring
wrist, per pair $1 25.
LADIES' 5-BUTTON FRENCH KID
GLOVES, embroidered backs, per
pair $1 25 and $1 50.
LADIES' 8-BUTTONT LENGTH
MOUSQUETAIRE SUEDE
GLOVES, embroidered backs, per pair
•150.
KEYNIEU'S CELEBRATED
GLOVES, 8 button length. Mousque.
taire Suedes, in tan and black, plum
per pair $2.
STORE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 10 P. M. PRECEDING CHRISTMAS.
Conntrv order* recelrs prompt attention.
I'm k.ig.M deliTpred free in Oakland, Alameds and Berkeley.
111, 113, 115, 117. 119. 121 POST STREET.
no3o Bu b|i MoWe 2p tr |
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
LADIES' COLORED JAPANESE
HEMSTITCHED SILK HANDKER
CHIEFS, Ciich liOc. 3 for 50c.
LADIES' WHITE JAPANESE HEM
STITCHED SILK HANDKER
CHIEFS, each 20c, 352 aud 50c.
LADIES' WHITE DOUBLE HEM
STITCHED JAPANESE SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, each 35c, 3 for
SI.
LADIES' JAPANESE WHITE SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, fancy stitching,
openwork, etc., each 50c, GOc, 75c and
LADIES' WHITE JAPANESE SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, fancy borders,
scalloped and cmbtoidered, entirely
ntw ami exclusive designs, warranted
hnnd-embrriilered and last colors, each
35c, 50c, GOc, 75c, Si aud SI 25.
GENTS' SILK MUFFLERS, In plain
white, cream, black and fancy colors
iv a great variety of designs, plaids,
stripps, etc., each SI 26, Si 50, SJ,
«2 50, S3, S3 50, Si.
GENTLEMEN'S FULL-SIZE WHITE
JAPANESE SILK HEMSTITCHED
HANDKERCHIEFS, each 50c nud
75c.
GENTS' EXTRA-SIZE WHITE JAP
ANESE SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
liemstitclied, SI each, extra heavy,
Sr 1 - ■ ' .
GENTS' EXTRA LARGE AND EX
TRA HEAVY WHITE JAPANESE
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, hem
stitched, liand-eniDroidereJ initials,
very elaborate letters, each SI 25.
CURTAINS.
• IRISJI POINT CURTAINS, per pair SG
REAL LACE CURTAINS, per pair
$7 60 to S4O.
FANCY APPjJQUE CURTAINS, per
pair 5-10 to $32 50.
SILK TAFFETA CURTAINS, per pair
SG 50 to $10 50.
REAL SILK CURTAINS, per pair SD
to 535.
MADRAS CURTAINS, new colors, per
pair £3 50 to SlO.
LACES.
FINE QUALITY BLACK SPANISH
HANDHUN SCARFS, at 83, S3 50,
84, So 50, etc. •
BLACK SPANISH GUIPURE
SCARFS, all silk, at 85c, SI, SI 25,
CREAM LACE FICHUS, at SI 25, Si 50,
S2, S- 25, etc.
CREAM LACE JABOTS AND PLAS
TRONS, al die, 75c, SI, Si •_».-), Si 50, etc.
HENRY 11 NOVELTY RUFFS, nt 75c,
SI. SI 25. e:c.
THE LATEST NOVELTY IN LACE
DRESS GOODS— Satin Stripe Silk
Lane Grenadine Flouncing, 44 inches
wide, iv black and cream, per yard
S2 50 and S3 SO.
FANCY GAUZE GRENADINE DRAP
ING, 41 inches wide, in gray, salmon,
blue, riink, Nile, yellow, "lavender
cream and black, per yard Si 25 aud
BLACK SILK CHANTILLY DRAP
s?S,^s2?sS lPeryardSl '
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
GENTS' SOLID COLORED FAST
ULACK AND FANCY STRIPED
LISLE HOSE, per pair 50c, per doz
en to 50.
GENTS' SPUN SILK HOSE, in tans,
fast blark «nd fancy striped, per pair
50c, per dozen So 50.
GENTS' SUPERIOR QUALITY
SILK HOSE, per pair 51 75 and
GENTS' WHITE AND GRAY MERI
NO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, each
SI 25.
GENTS' nEAVY WHITE MERINO
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, each
SI 50.
GENTS' SCARFS 25c to SI
WI NDSORS 25c to 50c
TIES 25c to 75c
BOWS 10c to 50c
MEN'S SUSPENDERS 50c to S 50
SILK SUbPENDEKS ...81 50 to $2 50
SILKEMBROIDEREDSUSPFNDERS
84 00 to $6 00
GENTS' FANCY NIGHTSHIRTS,
each SI to |3
House-Famishing Goods.
CHENILLE PORTIERES, with tas
seled ends and plain, per pair 510 (X)
to 825 00.
APPLIQUE. REAL LACE and AN
TIQUE BED SETS, per set S8 50 to
830 00.
VELOUR, TAPESTRY find PLUSH
TABLE-COVERS, large stock of
new goods, all sizes.
EIDER-DOWN PILLOWS, in Sateen,
Satin and India Silk coverings, ac
cording to material, 90c to S7.
EIDER-DOWN QUILTS, in Sateen,
Silk and Satin coverings, according to
material, S6 50 to 537 50.
MUSLLV, LAWN and LACE PIL
LOW-SHAMS, per pair SI to $12 50.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN SHEETS,
per pair S7 50 to 814.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN PILLOW
CASES, per Dair 82 to $:i 50.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN LUNCH
SETS, per set SlO 50 to 535.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN BUREAU
SCARFS. HEMSTITCHED LINKN
TRAY CLOTHS, HEMSTITCHED
LINEN TOWELS.
A Great Variety of LINEN LUNCH
SETS, DOYLIES and NAPKINS.
AUCTION SALES.
WK\DKLL EASTON. GEO. W. rRIXK. V. B. WILD!
1/ AT AUCTION !
TUESDAY,
TUESDAY DECEMBER 23. 1800,
At 13 o'clock M.. at Our
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
638 MARKET STREET,
Opposite I'alace Hotel.
Post-Street Business Corner.
N. line, Nos. 628 ami 630 Post st., 120 ft. B. ot
Jones St., ana comer ot couitway running throorru
to rear street. Bullillug at present pays too ue r
montn; a fine available corner fur Improvement
Tnls Is a rare ctaauce for Improvements. Do not
fall to examine it Post street sewered and paved
with basalt rock; lot 40xt>U; three fronts.
'Western Addition Residence.
N. line, 1308 Hayes st.. W. of Devlsadero »t- bar.
wltiiiow-9. B rooms, bath, etc., electric bells, mir
rored mantels, sunny exposure, brick foundation.
caWe" 1 " 0113 ' 001 ' street, cement sidewalk; Hayea-st-
Western Addition French Flats.
■>*■ lille ' IH-«ti1 H -« tia »"l-U«l'ultonst.. W. of Scott st.
2 trench Hats; modern finish, brick foundation.
fot e !?sxl3?-6 elegaDl cabl ° »«ommodatlom s
Pacific Heights Residence.
N. line. 1906 Vnllejo Bt., W. of Octavla- Eastlaks
architecture, 8 larije rooms, brick foundation el»
-gant marine view. Kxamiue this home- 5 cablo
Hues; lot S7xlS9.
XTnion-Street Improved Investment
S. llne.Xos. l«O3, IgOH'i, lHO3i,i Union st.W of
Octavla; 2 stores, 4 tenements, bitck ronnditlim
business center: street, basalt rock and accented hi
tbe city; aj|p »s ; Luiou-st. cable.
Elegant Residence Lot.
S. line Pace St., TV. of Devlsadero; business or
residence lot; choice surroundings; 3 cablo lines.
Look at this large lot, •J7;tixl37:«.
Mission Business Corner.
BE. cor. Howard and 17th sts.; magnificent corner
for store and French Hits. Would pay large Interest
on investment; choice location, densely populated.
Streets accepted by tbe city. Kxa.nlne this; lot
.•£sxloo.
Pacific Heights Residence Lot.
TV. line Scott St., 102;Si,i ft. 8. of Washington;
vcryilesirable; marine and city view; Alta square
In front ; choice surroundings; in fact, oue of the
best lots In the city on which to construct a home
•J Hues cable tars. Examine It; lot 25x110.
Magnificent Residence Lot.
K. lln? Baker st. (wide street, grand driveway to
Golden Gate Par*), s. of Fulton; elegant lot for a
handsome house; 2 blocks to (iulden (iatePark- i
cable lines. Examine it ; lot 25i121 : ID > ;..
Magnificent Pacific Heights
Corner.
SW. cor. I-iguna and (ireen sts. : one of tha
choicest residence corners iv the Pacific n . ._ ti- ,
district: elegant surroundings, cbalce nrighbor
hood. grand m iriue view. Any person v .;.,:. _• a
grand lot for ahomo should examine thi.; lut 50x
IUU; ;is a whole or iv subdivision*.
South San Francisco Cottage.
SVV. line 20th aye. or Mauritius St., and SE. of J
or Monongaheia st.; » rooms; lot fenced: well or
water aud trees ou lut; also lot adjoining; lot 76x
For catalogues, terms, etc., Inquire of
EASTON, EI.DIMDGE & CO., i
Auctioneer*. «as Market St.. S. K.
de!B Jl 23 3t
SPECIAL AUCTION SALE,
BY CATALOGUE.
WEDNESDAY DECI.MHKK 24, 1800,
At 12 M. at Salesroom,
22 3VX«=>2a.ts<=>xxxox-y St.
Nearly two-thirds of a block at the Potrero, front
lng 230 ft. ou Potrero aye., M 0 ft. ou lethst. and
-ti'i ft. on Hampshire. Sold subject to couflrmatlou
by Superior Court.
MISSION BCILOINO LOT.
B. line of Clipper st,. H:<:« i 5. from Noe, tbenca
F. 2d:Sxll4; street work dune; 1 block from Cm
tro-st. cable.
BUSINESS COIt FK.
NE. cor. of Church a'nl 2Sib sts.. fronting 26:6 on
Church and 100 un 28th; street work dove. Churcb
Is a coming street.
DOLORES-STREET CORNER.
The Van Ness aye. of the Mission (12> ft. wide),
NE. cor. of Dolores and Army, fronting '-T> ft. on
Army and 76 on Dolores; street w ork done on both
streets.
MISSION HEIGHTS.
N. line of 27th st, 210 W. from Sancbei, thenca
w 80x114, making 3 large building lots; grind
view.
S»t"\Ll. ISVI STMUNT.
SE. side. No. 3 Homer st. (bet. 7tb and Bth ~ti 8.
from Harrison). 60 It. Nb. tMta Chesley. NX. 30x
60: uou-ie, 6 rooms. In good order; stabling for 10
horses aud feed; will readily rent for 1-3 per
month.
MISSION NOB HILL.
NX. cor. Flint and 16th sts., fronting 55:6 on
16th, 90 ou Flint and 7P wide on N. line of lot; only
1 block from Castro: grand view.
GIFT HAP NO. 4.
Lots 2374. 2377. 2381. 2385, 2386, 2387, 2385,
2359. '2390, 231*1, - J39J, L' 393, 2394 aud23»s, nijk
iflA 14 lots.
For catalogues and furtherpartlculais apply to
MIDDLETON & SH BON.
de! 9 td J! Montgomery street.
A. L CRESSWELL.
Oenerel Auctioneer & Commiaiion Merchant,
1043 Market St., bet. Sixth aud Seventh.
TUESDAY.
Tuesday December 23. 1890,
At 11 o'clock a. v. sharp, at our salesroom,
1043 Market St., Bet. Six-h and Seventh,
I WILL SELL....
Tbe Magnificent and F.eantlfnl Furniture contained
Id tbe private residence, 512 Eddy St., and removed
to our salesroom for convenience of sale, compris
ing in part: 3 iseautiful Farlor Salts ot 6 pieces
each, upholstered In the best of French lampos and
silk brocatelle: fltan&t Pieces of Drawing-room
Furniture: French Plate Mirrors; Parlor Cabinets;
Keal Bronze Mantel Timepieces; Terra Cotta and
Blsqae Ornaments; Wlitiu and Smyrna Hugs; she
Chenille Portieres: Keal lire Curtains: Etc.: about
400 yards of Body Urussels and Roxuury Carpet-):
8 Waluut, Oai and Sixteenth Century Chamber
Suits, with French-plate mirrors and Tanuessea
marble-tops; the It- t of Bedding of all descrip
tions: Beautifully Carved Antique Oak SlJeDjaf d.
with mtrror-back; 10-foot Oak Extension Table;
Dining Chairs; Cut-^lass and Decorated Ware;
Fine Hange, with water-uack; Ware: Patent
Kitchen Table; together with, a large number of
other useful articles, by far too numerous to men
tion.
Terms— Cask.
de-.il 2t A. L. CRESSWFXL. Auctioneer.
WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD & GO..
REAL ESTATE AND OKSKRAL Al ITIONKKRS,
Office A Salesroom-412 Plnest. (Nevada Bloc';.
TO-MORROW,
Monday Hecfmlirr 22, IX9O.
At 11a. v. on the premises,
1119 Van Ness Aye., Near Geary St.
WE WII.LSKLL
THE ELEGANT FURNITURE OF EESIOEHCE
. .. .COMI'RISIN'". . .
Inlaid Walnut frame larlor Suits In figured French
Tapestry: La**e Curtains aud Potas; Antique Oak
Kasy and Reception Chairs and K^cken Iv sl.k.
plush; lied. Waluut Framn aud oriental !.• nii.-i^ i .
chenille covers; Marble-top and K'.>onlzrd Tables;
'2 Antique > :ik Foldiug Bods, with plate Mirror tops;
Natural Cherry, Ash Inlalii with Mahogany; marbie
top Chamber Suits with trench-plate Mlirors: best
Clipper and Hair Mattresses; Keamcr niton;
White Blankets: ."-preads, etc. ; Ant'.<;t)e Oak Ward
robe: Body lirussels, covered and Tape-try Carpets:
Autlquo Oak Hall Rack; Itiiani French nalnut
marble-top Plate Mirror; back sideboard (com *■-■-.
12-root Walnut Pedestal Kxteusion Table; Dining
chairs to match: Cutlery, olass aud Crockery,
Kitchen Utensils, etc.
WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD. Auctioneer,
dc2l 2t 412 Plue street.
LEGAL NOTICE.
M. J. SIMMONS, AUCTIONEER,
....■WILL BILL T. -MOIiKOW...
Monday, Dec. 3i, 18ftO, at 1 1 A. M.. at 10.17
M.irke st.. ne:r S.-vcuth, i: (i .1.1 anil
Silv«r Watchea, 1» it dy UruitsnU Car
-I>l t-.. 4 Klisetvooll I |,i i- h. ll;l, „-.■; 1. i. i •
rriinli-platc Min'.el >lirrar«, 4 HanJ
nonio Fold ne It is liy order of the
We,t Co ist Storatr** C«itn|i:tny.
Also, the i in in- C'untents of the K'ecant
I ".' oom U*'si I'iilllt'v. t>r. 8> <". \Vil
lard, rtmuvpil for cilm eniencn of Kale,
CONBISTINO IN PART OF:
Elegant Parlor, Bed and D!ul;ig rujm Jarnlture,
Turkish Chairs, Fancy Kockors, Sofa? and Dinuis,
Center Tables, Mlrror-do..r war.lroOe, Cnlffjuiers,
Book-cases. Term. Marble-top sideboard. Uxteosiou
Table aud Chairs, Bedsteads aud Bureaus, Biauk<:ts,
Pillows and other beildlMg; Brussels Carpels, lUtl
staud. Range and Fixtures, Crockery, (jusa aud Sil
ver ware.
Also, 1 Fine Horse, Harness and Buggy. Sala
positive. fde2ll't] M. . I. SIMMONS. Auctioneer.
STILL IN THE LEAD!
FREDERICKSBURG
AGAIN AWARDED THE
GOLD MEDAL
FOE BEST EXPORT DRAUGHT
Lager Beer!
Cilice, 403 Market Street, San Francisca
friELKPU NX 1150.
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