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SIGNS OF GOOD CHEER.
Eliiborale Preparation-* Made for
CfaristmM Time.
lit Grand Music et St. Ignatius—Sacday
tc'ioo. and Cai'dren's Festiviiiei— Dif
nr-rs, G.lts acd ri y.
Thegco.l people interested in the churches,
cl.ildien and charities of the city are busy
with pn paiat.i.u for the celebration of
Christmas As the* festival draws near,
signs of gcod cheer and Christian festivities
become more earnest and noticeable. For
-i me (lays past mauy announcements of
Christinas events havo been published in
Thk (all, and (lie following notices were
gathered yesterday.
St. Ignatius < Inn. li.
Christmas services at St. Ignatius Church,
na Hayes street, will be very elaborate.
High ma-s will be sting at 5 o'clock in the
morning, during which will be rendered
Mercadante's "Kyrie," "Gloria" and "Cre
do," with "Sanctus" and "Agnus Dei" from
La Hacne, and f.aiubilotti's "Pastorale"
lor offertory, by Mme. Louise Giudicelli.
At half-past 10 o'clock will he sung Aldi
ga's "Kyrie" and "Gloria," "Credo" from
Mcroadunte, "Sanctus" and "Agnus Dei"
fr in GiOtza. The grand Christmas an
them, by Giirrn, will be rendered at the
itb rtory by Mine. Louise Giudicelli, Mrs.
(iritlin and Mr. J. CL 11 dglit"..
At T::k) D*el<>ek in .he evening Giorza's
grand music will be rang at the solemn
vespers, with the "Alum iiederap torts "fr.nu
Weber, suns: by Mme. Giudicelli, and also
tiie "Tautuni Kigo" ol Meroadanta by three
male voices,
The choir on this occasion will consist of
t h^' following >:iir't'r> : Soprani s— Mme. (iiu
..i -.Hi aud -Mrs. fteininario vsoloistsi, assisted
by Miss McDonald, Mi-s Wiir, Miss sulli
vnii, Miss Silva and Miss McKenna: altos —
Mrs. Griffin and Miss Muller (soloists), as
sisted l«y Mrs. Parent, Mrs. Fogarty and
'. ss Pellrit; tenors, C. lJiii.'li and Mr.
Jeues; basaos— J. C. ilutibes (soloist), a»
sh.ted by Mr. Parent, Mr. Began and others.
The music will be under me direction of
Jobu Muller, organist
ST. PRKB'i SCHOOX-
Literary and Miistnl Ent»rlainm-nl by
tin- Fupila.
The musical and literary entertainment
given at St. Peter's Hall hist evening under
'.he auspices of the pupils belonging to the
-ci <*>! named af'.er and attached to St Peter's
Church, was one of the most successful ex
hibitions ever given in the Mission. The
l.all. i\ hii'li is attached to the school, waa
handsomely decorated fot tbe occasion, the
stage presenting a tine appearance, w ith its
drapery of flan and festoons of evergreens
and dowers. The parents of ihe pupils and
friends and patrons of the school turned out
In full force to witness the various exer
i i-e>, and testified their appreciation of the
merits of tiie different perlotmances hy vig
orous applause and frequent demands for
eucorcs. The pupils acquitted themselves
wi il and deserved L lie line reception they re
vived fur their declamations and vncafand
instrumental numbers. The school is a
young one, hut under the able and efficient
: ■i:i.i„i-iiient of Brother KuphraabM bas
oet-n giowiug so fast that enlarged quarters
will soon be a necessity. The programme,
which was long and varied aud which
Miowed the careful training of the young
students, was as follows i
Oveiture, "PUtes of l'e: zauce." oichestra;
lecitaiiuu, "Legend of liiegenz," J. M Conroy;
vueal solo, "Moihei's Dead," 1. A. O'Rouike;
concert recitation, "The African Chief." fiist
class; piauo duet, "Waves of the Ocean," Pro
fe-sir EL Hail and F. Keynolds; r< citation,
" While's Breeches," C. liukham; efiurus. "Col
late (lock," chuir; recllaliuo, ■' I'Htniitl-nl,"
B. F lewis; vocal solo, '• Mi-s 1 sgany's Xmas
lake." T. J. Ward; recitation, "ilaibara
iiietclile." V. .1. Sullivan; vocal solo, "The
Miami ock and lto>e," B.T. Crawford; recitation,
" Ihe t'eual Hays," T. I>. Mabei ; music, " Uav
oite," violin clas.-; recitation, "The Soldier's
Pardon." A. L. Curtis; selections. •' -Mines of
'+'J," F. lteyuolds, F. Sullivan, M. McCann,
N. Crawford and T. ftiagune; recitation.
• Kxbes of Kiln." G. T. Pyne; music,
"Heite ol tbe Village," orchestra; recita
tion, J. J. Can; Vueal solo, "ihe lilsn Mln-
Miel," J. A. Keudilck; recilatiou. "Tbe Lulls
Hem." B. Crawtoid; vocal solo, G. 11. Ban on;
e-ocert recitation, "Orange and Green," senior
class; vocal selection, •• The Convent Bells"—
A. Curtis, T. Ward, J. Ketidrick, B. Crawford,
W. llcCaitby.C. Skelly. J. Jones, T. Ashe; vio
lin solo, selections I'iofessor J. 11. Hall; reclla
iioii, " Jamie Douglass," T. G. Maguiie; vocal
solo, " Killaloe," T. A. Asl.e; recitation, " Curse
of Kegulus," G. J. Cieary; vocal nio, *' Lillie
Babie-," P. MeCall, W. Hughes, F. Sullivan;
-icctianon, *' Hieani of Lugene Aram," W. U.
'(.iituy; choru-, "Uood-nigbt," cliolr; music,
"en lair Hove," orchestra. Dialogue, "A
lnghieued Lodger "— Cbaiacters: Hezekiah
Scrugglns, John S. Sullivan; Alexander Addison,
vv i ham D. Flynn; Fat Mulravry, Thomas A.
A -be; landlord, Joseph T. l.eronx. Finale,
oichestra.
NEWSBOYS' CHKISTMAS.
KttCtur Held Baa Aah«d Two Hamlred
and Mfi lo Ulnner.
"Do you sell newspapers foralivins?"
asked P.eitor Keed last night of tbe two
hundred and fiftieth applicant for a ticket
tn the Christmas dinner which Trinity
Church is going to give tbe newsboys.
"No, sir; I sell the Demokrat," was the
confusing reply.
Tbe boy who sold tbe Demokrat for a
living was given a ticket, and after he had
departed tne rector announced Lis deeply
rooted belief that many of the youngsters
who had come to him for tickets were not
genuine newsboys. He had announced this
belief when a lilt c fellow came iv aud
asked to have his name Strieker, from the
list and that of a frieuil substituted.
'"Cause." he explained, "I'm goin'a skatin'
and dou't want the ticket."
The rector praised the little fellow's in
geiiuttoustiess and generosity and made the
change requested. Twu hundred and tifty
t.\o tickets had been issued when the hour
canio for closing the list. Of these 100 were
given last night and the remainder at pre
vious sittings. Ihe newsboys will meet at
"" tii ■ chapel at 1 o'clock on Christmas after
ii' on aud march in a body to the restaurant,
\\ In re the banquet board will be spread.
The location of the restaurant is a secret,
winch will uot be divulged to the boys
until the day of the feast, ilach of the boys
wbo attend will be given a pretty souvenir
of the occasion.
I'loneer Kindergartens.
More than 300 little children were made
veiy happy by the Christmas entertainment
given by the Pioneer Kindergarten Society
in Irving Hall yesterday alternoon. The
hall was tastefully decorated with flowers
aud evergreens, aud two Christinas trees,
bearing presents for the tots, ornamented
the stage. The little ones, who belong to
the kindergarten conducted by the society,
carried out the musical portion of the pro
gramme with a will. Each wore a pretty
red cap, aud they sat in a circle around the
center of the ball.
"The Fern Leaf," a Christmas song, was
nicely rendered by the Silver Star class.
Then came the trade games and a spring
B< ug by Uie little girls. The "Sun Flower"
chorus was sung by the little ones, and va
rious melodies were sung by Mrs. Spencer's
four bright-eyed children. Duriug the dis
tribution of the presents the children
laughed ami clapped their hands until tears
ran down their innocent faces. Among
those who had charge of tho entertainineut
were; K. 11. McDonald, Mrs. S. Heyden
feldt, Mrs. JS. P. Kideout, Mrs. James Spiers,
Airs. David Bixler, Mrs. F. Mandeibaum,
Miss Clara Wollweber, Mrs. Alfred S.
Moore, Mrs. Frank Pixley, many lauies in
t' rested in the work and the teachers of the
classes. They enjoyed the atlair as much as
the children.
-i.ir nf the Sea Chnrch.
The services tobe held on Christmas day at
the Star of the Sea and Holy Cross churches
willbegiu at 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock iv the
Liorniug respectively. The choir will con
sist of: Mme. Silveria, soprano; Miss E. V.
McCloskey, contralto; J. Lane, tenor; J.
O'Neil, bass; and Miss Helle Watson, or
ganist. The following music will be ren
deied: "Kyrie" of La liache; "Gloria,"
"Sanctus" and "Aguus Dei," of Farmer's
mass in G; "Credo" and "Uenediclus" of
Millard's muss in G. The offertory will be
nn aito solo. Cherubim's "Aye Maria," suug
hy Miss McCloskey, who will also sing al
the conclusion of the mass Adam's cele
brated C "Antique de Noel" in Luglish with
chorus.
A Kindergarten Fanal.
The annual holiday entertainment of tho
private kindergarten on the corner of
Twentieth and Guerrero streeis, of which
Mis. A. L. Martin is instructor and Miss
May Keating her assistant, was held last
Friday afternoon. Atl o'clock about fifty
children marched Into the school-room and
seated themselves under a canopy in the
center of the room, wh.re they saug motion
sonus for exercises. They, alter a half hour
of such exercises, were marched to a well
spread table. Each received a present.
Master George Young presented Mrs. Mar
tin with a handsome silk umbrella and Miss
Keating with a box of iultial silk haudker
ciiielg.
St. Ailinii'* Bandar-School.
A grand Christmas festival will be held
by st. Albau's Sundqr-schcol to-morrow
evening at living Hall, . uder the direction
of William G. Hadger, Superintendent. The
old play, "Mistletoe Hough," will be pre
sented. According to the story on which
the play was founded, a lady was killed and
placed in a chest in Chester Castle. En
gland. It is said that the chest originally
used is in this city, a soit of heirloom of an
English family. Its possessor is S'.ewart
Trewtn of the Receiving Hospital, who will
have it on the stage.
Bt. M-ry'a Snndnr-Sclnxil.
The last Christmas festival of the Sunday
school In connection wiili St. Mary's Cathe
dral on California street will be given in
the old cathedral hull this evening. Very
ltev. J. .1. Prendergast, V. f5., will preside,
and a large audience comi osed of friends of
the children will he present. The following
programme will be presented:
I'ianu sido. Miss Josephine Baxter; address,
(11. M. Skidmoii). delivered by John Jauuet;
vocal solo (^elected), Ida T titpbiius; comic iccl
tation, Frank Bvine; violin solo, Cavatlna,
(Bonu), Bdoart Loda, accompanied by Mia. Luda;
vocal solo. Miss McAuiiffe. "A Model School."
(a comic drama written by H."M. Skldiuoie)-cliar
acteis: Schoolmasier, (Jeoige H. Kyan; alphabet
class, Willie Tuddeu, Hubble Hill, Davy Ulen
non; grammar and history clashes. Prank Foran,
Flank Leonard, Thomas Kelly; geography
class, William Kelly, Kdwin Flinn. Joliu Mann
ing; All Sin (apiiuit), John Jauiiei ; Samuel Sly
(a truant), Willie Uienuon. Instrumental duet
(Kowaiski), Misses Clorgiania and Byrne; recita
tion, "McLau's Child." Leoua Luckliardi ;
vocal solo, "Afterward." .minus Driscoll.
Dialogue, "luqui-iiive Child "—Aunt Sally,
Josephine Baxter; I- reddy. Ida Tautpbaus.
Song. "Si Hi as Nlgil," Miss Kilt t
Black; violiuo bllgato. Professor H. Haly;
rccii. .tion (eomlo. .Mr. (ieorc- Clarke; vocal
solo, "Walling," Elsie Silva. "Irish Diamond"."
arranged for mandolin, gnltar, Eitt-M. banjo and
piano, by pupils ol .Notre Dame, Sau F'raucisco;
mandolin*, diss M. linden, Miss (Jeitie Scrlve
nei ; guitar, Clarice Biker; zither, L. (i.imahl;
banjo, !•'. scrivener; piauo. Mane tliorglanln.
Vocal Ms, "Aye .Mai la" (Mendel-sohii), Miss
Lillie Dwyer, Masters Jaunet and F'oran. "The
Wise and Foolish Yhgius" (a drama, written by
H. M. Skidmorc',; characters in drama: Wise
virgins— Wisdom. Lucilla O'Connell; Hunilliiy.
Josephine Short; l'overlv, Josephine I'raii
cls; Purity, Lva E. Leaden; Ob'-di
ence, Helen Rose. Foolish vugins— F'olly,
.Nonlc I.edilen; I'iide. Lizzie Uri'gg; Worldlb
ness, Leoule B. Luckliardi; Pleasure, Lilly
Poorer; Seir Love, Lmuia (j. Sullivan; angel
Messenger, Lilly laui| bans; Aucel of Justice.
Mamie Snlltaiie. Characters in tableaux—Chiist
clnid, Ida Tautpbaus; angels— Katie Gibbon,
Muiy Herbert, Daisy Ktug, Maud Wagner and
Aggie ' . ... a:. Accompanist, MtssM.Utor
ghmia.
Carols and Feas's.
The children of the Infant Shelter will
have a Christniis tree and dinner at 11
o'clock next Saturday morning at 512 Minna
street. Friends of The society will be cor
dially received. Donations for the little or
phans ure asked for.
The annual Christmas festival of the
Central Methodist Sund.iy-scho .l will bo
held Thursday evening. An attractive pro
gr.iiiiino lor old and young will bo rendered.
Christinas carols will be sting according
to the old English custom at !i o'clock and
later in this city on Christmas eve. A com
pany of volunteer choristers will start from
the Cbuich of tiie Advent al 'J o'clock aud
vNit all prominent hotels aad public build
ings singing carols.
The Danish N'orden Society held its an
nual Cbrismas-tree festival and hall Sun
day night at Odd Fellows' Hall. Tbe fes
tivities were thoroughlyenjoyed by a happy
party oi Noisemeu aiid their lady compan
ions.
Fun ai S n Quentin.
At San Quentin Prison an entertainment
will be given by the "Iron-dates '1 heutrirai
Company" to-morrow in commemoration of
Christmas. A stage with very good appoint
ments and a painted drop-curtain has been
erected in the chapel by the prisoners, who
have shown much interest in the affair.
This evening nu entertainment will lie Etaon
lor the beui-bl < f ilm i Ulcers aud employes
of the prison and their families and such
others living in the Deigblx rhood as may
choose to attend it, and on Thursday there
will be two performances for the prisoners,
one at 9::J0 o'clock iv the morning and an
other in the afternoon. Tbe orchestra will
consist of a variety of instruments, includ
ing violins, banjos, guitars, cornets nnd a
bass viol, and when necessary tbe chapel or
gan will also be pressed into service.
Old Folk*' I" liner.
A dinner for the old folks will be given
from the proceeds of an entertainment ten
dered by Professor K. Shiebls-Aslachsen.
The banquet w ill lake place at the Hotel
Gaillam, ."H'.tPtae street, al 2 o'clock Christ
mas day. Au excellent menu has been ar
ranged. All old people, rib or poar, with
out regard to sex or creed, are Invited to ap
ply to Sherman & Clay's store for tickets.
The inteutioti of the persons interested in
the affair is to have nil old folks over ."HI
years of age who wish a good Christmas
dinner present
(i lii-t nus .J .roes 1.. Flniid.
As usual, the different charitable institu
tions have been remembered by Jaiues L.
Flood in tiie following generous manner i
Protestant Orphan Asylum, $1000; Catholic
Orphan Asylum, SlfK.o; Pacific Hebrew Or
phan Asylum, 81(00; San Kafael Orphan
Asylum, Siouu; Ladies' Protection and Re
lief Society, SCOO: Magdalen Asylum, 8500;
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, 5290: Califor
nia Women's Hospital, SiiSO; Children's
Hospital, SjOO; total StiGOO.
Helta Sigma Society-
The Delta Sigma Society will givo its
Sunday-school Christmas festival this even
ing at 7 o'clock, at the First Congregational
Church, corner of Post and Mason streets.
There will be a cornet solo, " Farewell, Mar
guerite," by S. 11. Latzer, Christmas carols
by Mrs. Frances B. Edgerton ani a song by
Miss Gertrude A n UL Members of the society
will present the sketch, "The Living
Statue," to be followed by Santa Claus aud
refreshments.
The Foundlings' Festival.
The ladies in charge of the Foundling
Heme, corner of California and Broderick
streets, will give a Chiistmas festival Satur
day next to tiie fifty little waifs now at tlio
instituton. There will be a grand Christ
mas dinner at noon, followed by kindergarten
exercises and a Christm__) tree. The public
is invited. Donations of any kind will be
thankfully received at the home or by the
by the President, Mrs. George Law Smith,
_r-"2ii Jackson street.
Hoys' "\iiil titrla' Aid Soelqty.
The children in the Aid Society home,
corner of Baker and Grove streets, will be
made glad next Saturday evening at 7:30
o'clock, when Christmas will be observed in
a way most pleasing to the youngsters. A
Christmas tree, acd entertainment will then
be given with Superintendent Heap presid
ing as Sauta Claus.
A Good TiniA for Children.
The Franklin-street Presbyterian Sunday
school will enjoy its Christmas entertain
ment at Golden Gate Hall, Pacific avenue,
between Polk and Van Ness this evening.
An elegiint programme has been prepared,
and a good time is in store lor the children.
Will I ke a Holiday.
At a meeting held yesterday the Pr oduce
Exchange decided to adjourn from Wednes
day, the 24th inst., tn Monday, the 29th
inst., thus insuring to all the members time
to spend a happy and leisurely Christmas.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Mrs. Belva Lockwood has decided that
she does not waut to be a candidate for
President.
The Chicago letter-carriers are about to
erect a S1M)0 monument to the memory of
the late S. S. Cox.
Sir John pone Hennessy, who is now play
ing a piotninent part in Irish politics, is the
original of Authouy Trollope's character of
Phiueas Finn.
EiMiss Fames, the young American prima
donna, has received from M. Alexandre Du
mas a copy of liis novel, "La Dame atix
Camellias," which was sent to her as a testi
monial of the author's friendship.
Lady Caithness, Duchess de Pomar, has
applied to the French authorities for per
mission to erect a statue of Mary, Queen of
Scots, on a site adjacent to her house in
Paris.
The German Emperor has given orders
Ihat the schools In Berlin shall close at noon
ou Mondays during the skating season, so
as to enable the pupils to indulge in the
sport. It is needless to say his popularity
among his younger subjects has greatly in
creased.
Bnehn, the sculptor, whose death was re
ported lust week from London, found models
for some of liis tine equestrian statues iv
horses owned by himself, one of which he
had trained to rear up on demand. ]t is
said that lie had a thorouchbred mare which
became so used to the studio that she picked
her way among the statues like n caL
DESTINY.
It Is the manifest destiny of GLENN'S SUL
PHUR SOAP to supersede oily UDgueuts for skin
ailments; therefore all who are afflicted with salt
iliimii, acalil-liead ami other cutaneous
eruption)., are advised to u*e this well-known
remedy, which purines the skiu and thereby renders
the complexion fri-sh and clear. A".k your drug
gist for GLENN'S SLL Pill 11 SOAP, and
take no substitute.
Hill's Hair Dye, Black or Brawn, 50 cents.
0C24 tf FrTa
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
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ACROSS THE BAY.
An Appropriation Made for tbe
Lake Boulevard.
Liens on the Albany Hotel Fortcoscl— A Call
to a Pastorate— Filing of a Heavy Assign
ment—A Ba j gage-Master Injured.
Judge r.lbson rendered judgment yesterday for
tbe plainllfis In ibe suit ot Kobert K. Simpson
and others against Joseph Macdonnugb. 'J be
total amount of tin judgment is about (30,000,
IhoUKli Simpson's claim was oveT (22,000, and
there were about iweuly oilier liens tiled uuder
his claim. Tbe trial occui'ied nearly forty court
days. Tbe suit giew out ot building the Albany
Uulel at tbe corner ol Nm 1 Broadway and Fif
teenth slieel, since sold lo B. 1). liacon. Tbe
hotel has been inu by 6. A. Maueihau. but be
will close out ou Satuiday of Ibis week, becauso
he says tbat llacon bas increased tbe rent to
Mill, an exoibnaut hgure ibal ii will not pay ex
penses, ibe lu.uiiuie will then bo sold al auc
tion.
James Leonard attempted to stop a runaway
team al hast Oakland and bad bis leg run over
and so badly ci usbed that li bad to be amimtated
at the Ihceiviug Hospital, lie is a labotei and
Is 20 yeais ot age. Tbe learn was drawing a
truck loaded witn iron.
ll,e Bnaiil ol Equalization decided last night
to build a three-ioom addition lo tbe Iliali
Scbuol, lo cost (1000. Tbe board has no more
money lo exj end, but must have more room.
Jobn Troy, aged lo years, was arrested yester
day foi -purse-snatching. He belongs lo a good
family.
PIKDMOST HOTKL LITIGATION.
Tbe PleCmoni Uoiel pailneisidp suit came up
Iv Judge liii-vvoiin's department yesterday, and
tiu-iewas a lilt between Ailoineys Kowalsky
and \\ . \V. Foole, in wlncb tbe laitei staled Ibal
be expected lo prove Ihat the bote] was being
run tor iuuuoial piupost-s, aud lliat tbe Supei-
Vbors lelused on Ibis account lo giaut a liquor
license on lire protest ot ibe residents of tbe
localliy. This Kowalsky denied. Themoiion to
show cause why a receiver should liol b ap
poiuteil was couitiiued uolil Friday. A demurrer
lo the coinplatul was ovei ruled aud leu days al
lowed black, Ibe drleixlaiil, lo answer.
lv Ibe sun of Elizabeth Walker vs. Joseph
Walker lor a divoice, Judge Fllsworth oideied
tbe di-ff ndahl lo pay $100 counsel lees and (50
pei mouth aiituouy, li.c counsel fees lo be paid
on or before Jauu.ny otb, and tbe li i st month's
aliiuouy pilot lo ibal dale and monthly uu or Le
foie U:i- saiue day each and eveiy inoulb iheie
alter until luiilier oiders. Tbe delcudaut did
uul.appear.
fe'ibe pctllion to reform tbe decree of divorce in
ihe sun oi Geoige Ames vs. llulila Ames, so as
to give the plainlitl the custody ot the minor
child, was gi .iol il yeMeulay.
W. 1-. llah' was elecied assignee of Harvey S.
Blown yesleidav vlitiuoou, and Judge Llls
woitb fixed his bond al (10,000.
iII.ST niI SI'.YTI lIIA.N CBDBCBb
A pro re uata u.eetiug ol ibe baa Fraucisco
Presbytery ol the Presbyterian thiiicb will be
heiu in a lew bays at wblcb Commissioners M.
W. Wlalou aud Gbartei A. Bailey, on beball ot
i. it- 1-lisl I'iistiy cii.io Church ul this city, will
ask to be allowed lo pteaeeUU) a call lo llcv. Dr.
Kobeil Coyie of I lucauo, who was called some
llnee muulbs ago, bui declined. Ills said lhal
bu will vow accept a cap, and one baa beeu ex
tended to him wilb the salary fixed at n. He
Is expected io arnve early la February.
ibe Oakland pier plcknockei who gave tne
name ol Joliu L'lncb, bui who lias sluce admit
ted his name to be Frank I. H.irilngtou, pleaded
bol guilty jes.euUy, aud Ins bail was hied at
(•JUOu. He wi.l be tn d in lebiua.y. Uls
aiioiuey alieiupted lo quash ihe inlouuatlou ou
the gioiiud lhal the cnnipl.itnt in the l'ollce
l oou t was sv .. .. tu before Ihe Cieik of tbat
court, bill the motion was denied.
Au assignment made by N. J. Biittau lv Feb
ruaiy, 1877, lv Holbiook, .Men ill & Co., of real
and personal properly in ibe sum ol ft?S,OOQ
was bled in the Alameda County Kecordei's ol
lice yesterday.
Judge tiieene yesterday giantid Martha
Vallejo a divoice fiom Ts'apoleou I*. Yailt-jo ou
tb- giuuuds of cruelty and lutiaeliiy.
THBOWM L'MJEK A TUAI.V.
George Lawrence Taylor, Ibe baggage-master
at Ibe SiMeeiilh-siieei depot, bad his fool mv
over by a Beikeley Ham yesleiday. lie was
wheeling a liuck with baggage, and did not
nonce t lie approach of the Berkeley ti am ou
the inside liack. Ihe engine struck Iheliuek
and llnew him undei Ibe wheels, bis hip being
knocked out of joint. He was taken to his
home at I'd! v. , „v -it tei, and au eltui t will be
made to save bis lout, it |Hj»lble. He Is a in.-ui
bei uf tne Brand Army.
The boy, Frank Darin, sentenced by Jitsllce
Clark ol livingiou to Unily days In Ihe County
Jail tor vagrancy because Ihe Justice was augry
al Ibe jailois > iivmg tbe leneriiy to teiuse lo re
ceive bun on his wold without a pioi er coiuiint
uieul and bold bun uulil aiiaugemeiits could bo
made to scud l.im lv Ibe Boy V aud Guis' Aid
Society, was dtschaiged on habeas cuipus yes
tciday aud teul lv his telailV' s tv San Jose by
nam. tie was on bis way lo ban Jose afuol
when arrested.
Count Vaieusin yesterday pureiias.d a portion
ol Santa liua liancliu liini i, o.. kai.it I. sod
and liupiovement Lompauy lot (lo.uuo. lie
has uiuiigaged a poilion of ihe same Had lo Ihe
Bauk of l.ivoriuoie foi ■:-'■.■
A mo. ion to set aside li.c turning ol Ibejiiiylu
Ibe case of Ibe people vs. ihoinas larev ror an
assault ou K. Boriiirulei with a deadly weapon,
was aigued yesterday alleiiiiiou belore Judge
Gibson and i.taen uuder advisement.
M. de Key>er, a watchmaker and jeweler of
Pleasanton, Idea his pelttioii in insolvency yes
leiday alleiiiuon. His liabilities are (3866 25,
assets are nominal. . ,ss««j
MAMiI.EI) OUSKB THK CAItS.
The 0 u'clock local ualu tiom Sau Francisco
sit tick and killed a man as bewa9 ciusslug ,-cv
enth slieel al Clay, and rolled the body over for
half a block to near Washii'gton street, leiribly
mangling the remains. ctuahU-g Ihe back of ihe
skull aud the arms and legs. Tbe body was
taken lo ibe -Morgue, half .1 bmck away, and for
some lime Ibe dead could not be Identified. A
Call representative investigated and tound that
Ihe deceased was mini' d Herman Boyle, a Gci
niati bar-keepei, who woiked at tbe .southwest
comer ol highlb and VV asbinglou streets. He
bad beeu iv Oakland ouly thiee niuullis, but
foi mil ly had a bar In Sau Fiancisco. He was
about ISO \eaisoi age and bad no relatives, as
far as kuowu. A friend from Sau liauciseo vis
ited bim every 1 inn -day, and be is expected over
10-day. Toe trainmen evidently did nut kuow
ot the .v en. cut, as uo stop was made.
CITY COUNCIL meeting.
At tbe meeting of Ibe City Council last even
ing t lie Auditing and Fiuauce committees re
ported back without recommendation tbe reso
lution lv r> lain. v lo tbe seoarailou ot the city of
Oakl.tod I, mv the cuiuity of Alameda. Tbe mat
ter was referred lo tbe Legislative Comiuiitee ln
conjunction wltb the Mayor and City Attorney.
The preamble and resolutions weie presented
by Councilman Evans some time agu, aud set
forth as reasons foi the proposed divlslou Unit
lliiee-touillis of the rxpeuses of the county
are borue by the lax payers of tbe city
of Oakland. The ordinance appropriating Hie
sum of (2ti,000 fiom ihe Geueral Fund lor the
commencement of the woik of building the
boulevard aiuuud Lake Merrilt came up for
final passage, but evoked a long dl-.cu»siou,
which was closed at midnight by the Council
passing tbe oidinance. The vole was:
Ayes — Biosnaiian, Cameron. Karl, Kvane,
Haekelt, link, iMaclionaid, MeAvoy— B.
Moos— lowle, Nakelieid and Fresident Cul
llus—J.
AUinrrin.
ll will be six weeks before the new Christ
Episcopal Cbuich will be ready to bold services
In.
Less than $50,000 of tbe $105,000 levied In
city taxes bas beeu paid in. Tbe taxes will be
delinquent on Mouday next.
L. J. Blanding bas puicbasea the bouse of Gen
ual Hose Company, paying (120 for It, aud he
will probably lit il up as a hall.
Mrs. |Saiab Green of Ihe West End has been
missing arilcles of Uiruiliiie from ber home and
su-pected her two little sous of committing the
thefts. Yesterday sbe bad tbem aires. ed ou a
charge of pety laiceny.
All ibe members were present at tbe meeting
of Die City Trustees last evening. A petition
wasleccived from A. S. Scbioeder, F. lioebuier,
C. I'elerson and others, representing 808 f^et
lioutago on Bark street, fiom Central to Hail
road avenues, asking ibal It De remacadannzed.
Tbe CUy Attorney and ibe City Engineer weie
Instructed to prepare Ibe necessary resolution ot
luieuilnn to do the work, which will be extended
to Euciual aveuue. The need of a new sewer on
High street was considered, and one will prob
ably be laid before the sire tls Improved. A
pioiesl was received Irom G. SV. Slireve, C. L.
Taylor and others, piopeny-owners on McFber
soii street, agaititi Us macadamizing, but as the
protest was bled a day too late Ihe work was
oideied. lin- Street Committee reported ihat
two »l Tinkling carts, at a cost of (.",10 each, bad
been ordered, to be delivered next apriug. The
Sireet Siipeiiniendeut reported the completion of
tbe sewer in High street and the macadamizing
of San Antonio aveuue, from Fatk to Twenty
first streets. The protest against the luipiove
nieutolHlgh street was beard, and an exciilng
discussion followed. The objections were made
by the Cohen eslale and Dr. Gibbous, who raised
lue point thai ibe work is not uecessary. Nu de
cision was reached al a late hour.
B* rkrley.
Tbe situation at Emeryville remains un
changed. A proposition to allow all to return to
woik has been rejected by the strikers.
Tbe late rains bave bad very llitle effect ap
parently on tbe water company's reseivoirs, aa
the water bas risen lv Ihem very little.
Tbe rails fur tbe electric nioior io.id have been
laid Irom Sherman street to Sliatiuck aveuue,
and the relaying of the macadam was completed
ou Saturday.
Tnkilie lh.- World K.-isv.
Among the passengers who arrived on the
overland train last evening was a man who
was minus both legs up to the knees, one
eye and one arm. Before ha got on the coach
to go to an uptown hotel he told Sergeant
Gavanaugh that he had been mining in Butte,
Mont., and bad been injured by the prema
ture explosion of a blast. He had received
515.000 damages from the owners of the
niiue, and was now taking the world easy,
lie had always had a desire to visit San
I'l'iiin.isc.i, und vow liis wish was gratified.
Nice Gifts.
Silk handkerchiefs, -Jsc upward i Cardigan jack
ets, 75c upward; siißpeuders, 15c to *'J 60, and
Inn. ill cils of oti,er art icles suitable for presents. L.
V. Merle, Old to 6iio Kearuy street, corner Com
mercial.
Olit Friends.
At the Inst regular meeting ol the Society
of Old Friends the following committee was
appointed to receive l'resideut Harrison on
his arrival in this city. Charles H. Guugh
(President), Colonel M. C. Brydges (Secre
tary), John H. Gilmore, Caelum John C.
Dougherty. Aaron Meyers, Noah F. Flood,
.indue liobert Ferral, Henry Whitman,
Louis Anderson, John Hayes.l-V. AScollay.
Tom Sawyer and the Veteran Firemen.
LOUIS SACHS.
The Merchsnt's Funeral Attended liy
Slnny Friends. .
The funeral of Louis Sachs took place
from the Temple Emanu-EI yesterday morn
ing. From the residence of the deceased,
(101 Leavenworth street, tbe remains were
removed to the church, where many He
brew and merchants ol other faiths were
assembled. The pall-bearers representing
the Euieka Benevolent Society, the Hebrew
Orphan Asylum aud the Congiegation
Euianu-El. were: J. 11. Rosener, M. Hel
ler, Isaac Wormser, S. W. Levy, S. Green
baum, J. Greenbanm, Levi Strauss, I. Peix
otto, A. Anspacber, Herman Levy, S. Seelig
and N. P. Lilieutbal. Following the pall
bearers were twelve representatives of the
various charitable orcanizations to which
the deceased had belonged, aud the mourn
ing party, consisting of the widow, two
sons and otber relatives. After the musical
portion of the service Dr. Jacob Voor
sunger preached a brief sermon, eulogizing
the career of the deceased.
At tho conclusion of the sermon the
funeral party was taken by a special train
to the Home of Peace Cemetery, where tbe
final rites were celebrated and the remains
interred.
N.i fr.l ci.li.i ii m.
Ihe scheme ol the Park Commissioners to
add a couple of elephauts to the Golden
Gate Park menagerie fell through, owing to
the heavy expense. Superintendent Will
cutt of tlte Market-street Cable Company
came to the rescue with an offer to hire the
elephants from now to March Ist next and
pay $AM for their exhibition in the park.
The Chicago people wiio control the pachy
derms accepted Superintendent Willcntt's
oiler al first, but yesterday they wired him
that the elephants could only be hired until
the middle ol next February. This shilly
shally way provoked Mr. Willcutt, and he
telegraphed back lie did not want the ani
mals at all.
s» —
Grand Holiday Display.
Dressing-cases, toilet sets, albums, perfumery,
etc., soid at manufacturers' cost. L. v. Merle, Oiti
to oido Kearuy street, corner C'onimerclaL
Anmbt-r Careless Passenger.
Notwithstanding the warnings recently
published in the papers, passengers who go
dowu to the ferry landing are just as care
less with their bngg ge as ever. Yesterday
afternoon Frank Clausen, a resident of So
noma who is on his way East, arrived at the
landing and left his trunk and overcoat iv
tbe passage-way while he went across tbe
street. He was away about an hour, and
when he returned, to his great su; prise, the
overcoat was missing. As usual, the land
ing was crowded at the time, and it is a
wonder that they did not carry off the trunk,
too.
Slll-ll lioilllS llil.iiv.tl.
The Supreme Court yesterday affirmed
the judgment of the Superior Court in the
suit brought against the Board cf Super
visors hy one Kahn, an action involving the
validity of the Montgomery-avenue bonds,
and the motion for a new trial was denied.
Knrly < li < i ; ii Settlrr*.
Secretary Hubbard o£ the California His
torical Society, who is compiling a list of the
early settlers nf Chicago prior to IH4O, re
quests that any further sug;estious, in
f-miation and additional names will be sent
lo his address at the society's rooms.
Given Away.
A bandsoinc I'hrlstuias card witli each purchase
or a boys' sole. L. V. Merle, eld to two Kearny
sireet, corner Commercial.
Thu loMnrural ii.ll.
Those desirous of obtaining invitations for
the inaugural ball at Sacramento on the 9th
prox. are requested tn make application to
the Secretary of the Beiublican State Cen
tral Committee.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE.
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC S. S. S.
CONTAINS NO MERCURY OH
POISON OF ANY KIND.
IT IS PURELY VEGETABLE
AND PERFECTLY HARMLESS.
YET IT IS THE ONLY PER
MANENT CURE FOR CON
TAGIOUS BLOOD POISON.
AND
THE IIKSI'LTS OF MERCURY
EVEN IN THE HANDS OT
A SKILLFUL FHYSICLVK,
AXE TO BE DREADED.
TN THE HANDS OF TUB
POPULACE ri BECOMES
EXCEEDINGLY DANGEROUS :
AND WHEN COMPOUNDED
INTO NOSTRUMS BY IGNORANT
HANDS IT BECOMES FATAL.
Books on P.lnod and Skin diseases free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
aula ly TuThSa
SCRIP
GOVEKNMKN'T LAMMS LOCATED
WITHOUT SETTLEMENT OR RESI
DENCE—Any part of FIVE THOUSAND
(3000) ACHES OF SCRIP for sale, which
can be located upon any unoccupied Gov
ernment land, SURVEYED OR UNSUR
VEVEI), in California, in tracts of forty
acres ami upward.
TITLES TO SUSPENDED ENTRIES
can also be obtained.
Address W. E. DARGIE, Tribune Office,
Oakland, Cal. ; or, McAFKE, BALDWIN &
HAMMOND. 10 Montgomery St., S. F.
del 7 cod lm
INAUGURAL BAIL
Partiea desirom ofobtain'ng invitations and
tickets for th' l augural Ball to be eiven in
lon' r of the G vernor and State Officer.-jDct
a the Sute Cipitcl, oo January 9th next, will
please make application to ih« Eecretary ofthe
Esrub i*-an State Central Committee, at Room
28, 419 California sfreot.
ile'23 St 2p
NEW WESTERN HOTEL
THE NEW WESTERN HOTEL OCCUPIES ONB
of tbe finest locations in Sau Francisco, tbe cor
ner of Kcarry and Washington streets, opposite the
plaza and i:!ty Hall. Is the model hotel ot the
Coast, absolutely fire-iiroof. and only hotel ia Sau
Francisco provided with fire-escapes. Every room
is larga and airy, with perrect ventilation and mae
nlflccutly furnlslied. Table excellent. Price $1 2i
to r- I'er day. Free coach lo and from all trains
Special rates by the month. UALI.AUHER ft
STANLEY, Proprietors. Ue^ tl
THE CKLERRATED
FRENCH CAPSULES
OF
MATHEY-CAYLUS
A test of 30 YEARS has proved the great merit ot
this popular remedy, by the rapid Increase in favor
with leading Physicians everywhere. It Is superior tv
all others for tho safe, prompt and complete cure ot
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palace^hotelT
TIIE PALACE IHITEL OCfJI'PIm AY ENTrRB
block In tbe center of Sao KraucUco. It is tas
model hotel or the world. Eire and eartUauaica
wool Has nine elevators. Every room is f ,r .«
IlgLt and alrr. Tin ventllatlou U perfeot. A~SSS
and closet adjoin every room. All rooms are easr
ef access Irom broad, light corridors. The coritri
court.Uluniinatcd hy electric llgtit. Its linmeosa
| lan roof, broad balconies, uarnage-way and trool
cal plants, are features hitherto unknown la Atnart
ran hotels. Uuesta eutertalncd oa either the \. no-
Kan or European plan. The restaurant li tha (laei*
in Uiecitjr. Secure rooms la advance by telegraaal
«* ,„ Till. FALACE IIOTfcV
**"* 7tt Suu Fraucisco, cjl-
TOR OLD AND YOUNG.
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rlul J, llk- delicate female or inlirm old
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Tutt's Pills
Bive tone and atrenirth to the weak stom
ach, bowels, kidneys ami bladder.
ul - l«m TIISaTuA: Wy
THE WEEKLY CALL contains mora I
reading matter for the price
than any publication in Amer
ica; 91 25 per year, post-paid
TOMTIT™
lUjALIJ v 24 p o^st.
X ■■-■■-i__P___-' W B«4«jrCi«sUr.
•ook-kespuif , l*onm«nshlprfiliort*tand Typ^wiltlng
MISCELLANEOUS.
she has tried it md
Gives a True Reason.
\A/E ASK AS A SPECIAL FAVOR
"to yourselves for all who happen
to glance at the above heading, not to
fail reading this notice and the testi.
monial below from one of the best
known businesswomen in the country:
December 10. 1888.
Manufacturara of Gnat Siarra Kidnsu aad Uvar Curs t
Gentlemen :— Nothing but a desire to BENE*
fit the afflicted Induce* me to give you the
following statement of facts : I have been a
sufferer with diainess in my head, and my
constitution was generally broken down. At
times my back would ache so that I thought
I would have to give up, and my symptom*
were such that I became sure that my kidney*
were diseased. Your Great Sierra Kidney and
Liver Cure was recommended to me, and I
have given It a square trial and can now say
that It Is all and even more than is claimed for
It— A wonderful remedy. I intend to keep It in
my home at all times, and will recommend It
to all my friends, as lam doing daily. Bel lev*
mo, thankfully yours, MRS. M. MALLORY,
Sole Agent for McCabe Sanative Corset, 2219
Mission Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Sold by all druggists.
WE (ALL YDVR AnmiONTO
GVR-HOLIDAY-DISPLAY
GFVIENNA- LEATHER GOODS WAV
ELINGIWiSAND OPERA GLASS"
•ES NOVELTIFSTN .v'I.ITING'DESI.S*
MANICVRE SETS IN VARIETY MO
TOGRAPH ALBVMS CARD CASES
AND -PVRSES -ELEGANT STATIONERY
ASD HIGH -AJJT NCVEUIES
YE HAVE A RXELINEOF BRON
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HOLIDAYGOODSTHAT WE ARE
CLOSING OVTAT COST -WE IN
VITE'INSPECTION OF SAME -
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i!e9 11 13 16 IH JU '21 23 8c
FOX 40 YEARS 808. WK
HALL'S BALSAM
FOR THE LUNGS
Has been a nover-failimr family remedy for
IWIIHH, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, SOKE
THIIOAT, HOAKSKNKSS, PNBUMONI t,
INFLUENZA, ACITK ANO CHBONIC
HKONCHITIS, ASTHMA. WHOIII'IMi
(llHill. CKllt'l". I'LrI'IIISV, PAIN IN
THB >iOK AND BRKAST, SPIT I UNO Oi''
BLOiill and all rtllSSlns or ihe
THROAT, CHEST AND LUNGS
m-amxg to CONSUMPTION.
DX. W!W. HALL'S IHI.I\M conlains no
opium, morphine, nor any deleterious dru*. It
soothes and heals the Membrane or the Lump. In
flamed antl poisoned liy disease, and prevents ulnht
.sweats aod tightness across tho chest. It Is pleas
ant to th'- taste.
HE SURE AND BIT DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM.
TAKJE NO IMITATION.
for hai.k by Ai.r, MtßßKnsm
PBHIB. Mc SOc, 81.
lilt. W.M HtLI. CO.. NKW YOKK.
lotion mil im 1
The Largest and Finest Assortment Erer
Shown In This Clt; !
THE BEST HATS, AND AT THE
LOWEST POSSIBLE PEICES,
AT THK STOKES OF
C. Herrmann & Co.,
332-336 Kearny Street,
... AND....
1212 to 1214 Market Street.
Special Styles for tbe Holidays!
STOEES OPEN EVENINGS.
iltio SaMoTu :tt
DRIFTED
SM
FLODR!
ae3o tf
ECONOMICAL STEAM COAL
LOADED ON VESSELS OU CAKS,
in Any Qua tity,
34 per Ton 0[2240 pooods, f. o. b.
riTwmiijw ooiiinnn oontn;
16 Honnr i Strret. 8. F.
uc7 Tv 3m
_^___^ AMUSEMENTS. ~
GRAHD OPERA H00S&
J.J.RYAN Manager
This Tuei.l.ij December 33d'
A COMPLETiT.RIUIIPHI
Z-tTHE TOhVIS TEER IjE
100 PEOPLE ON THE STAGE \QQ
Thi'iVfter ins' tiiiunl will attentlthla even
ing in full ilri-Hs as escort t»
GEN. BAIINKB AND STAFF,
Seats noiv on salt) for every evenlnst. t\c2'2 7t #
HH. M. ». LKAVll'l' Lesaeo auj ITuprietor
UH J.J. uoi'i'LOU Maaajar
A CIfCEQMC HIT I
FIEST HATIM-E TO-HORKOVV, at 2 P. H.
THF ATFR
: The Tenton and the Celt.
PACKED ; GUS WILLIAiS
TO THB
walls j JOHN T. KELLY, j
HUNDREDS j TX < J r > y . TT
TI7BMED j EXTRA MATINEE
AWAY. : CHKISTMAS DATI :
THE OLYMPIM CLOB
BOLLEW SKATtKC RINK I
"mkcuanicTTTvilion.
6000 PAIRS of the LATEST ROLLER SKATES.
60,000 SQUARE FEET MAPLE SURFACE.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
SECOND GRAND FETE NIGHT
Tuesday, iiecember «3d.
•WALDSTKI.N VS. RiDCiELV,
Two Miles for a bet or $21)0.
UORT V. SMITH,
Champion of Australia, va. the winuer, one mile.
Chrlatmaa MurnliiK and Afternoon,
Special Monster Holiday Programme,
„ „ XMAS NIGHT.
Tub Most NovKt and Intkhkhtixq Esieb
tii»«HNT Tei Uivkn,
Grand Calico and Necktie Party.
MISCEEEANEOTTS. _^
25 TO 200 PER CENT SAVED
BY BTJ^TIISrO
Mif i Furnishing Goods
__%.T
W. F. O'BANION'S !
GOODS MUST BE SOLD AT ANY PRICE!
I WE HAVE GOT TO MOVE OUT AND REPAIR THE STORE.
I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!
jj STORE KEPT OPEN EVE; INGS.
I _t^° Visit this establishment and convince yourselves
I of this important Clothing sacrifice.
w. Obanioh,
I 712 and 714 Market Street.
DAUPHIN! DAUPHIN! DAUPHIN!
Any person transacting business with M. A. Dauphin of New Orleans
can send package containing not less than five dollars, by Express,
free of expense.
««23 TuThSa 12t de'JS Wj 4t
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW CALIFORNIA THEATER^
THE BEST BILL EVER PRESENTED.
LOOK AT THE ATTRACTIONS FOR THE BENEFIT!
MATINEE TO-DAY, TUESDAY.
TIC'KKTS AT ISU.IL KATES.
Curtain will rise at 1:30 P. 31. on account of the remarkable length of the bill.
All the Theaters in San Francisco Wiil Be Represented.
AN ACT OF "THE STRAIGHT TIP" BY THE POWERS COMPANY.
MADAHE PAULINE L'ALLEMAND AND HER SISTER
In selections rrom "Marltaua" ar.d "The Marriage of Figaro."
CONROY ANO lOX in Their Gre:it Specialty.
IiN'QI'KYALLI, lh •• <JI.-t- ri-st Olljurer on Eirtll.
OIS WILLIAMS, the Universal Favorite.
Hi it II li . I V. thu I tinniest in HU lino.
JOBS T. XX I.V, th- (Ileal Irish Comedian.
FLOKIIIK WEST, Who Has Just Maile Such a Hit at the Kush-Street Theater.
AN ACT OF "THK PKIVATE SECRETARY."
•TAItfES F. WILSON Sta B e ■ na B er.
If 'lillY MANN Manager.
AMUSEMENTS^
HEW CALIFORHIA THEATER.
Handsomest Theater In the World.
MR. Al. HAVMA> Lessee and PnifUhi
MX HAKKY MANN Manager
MATINEE CHKISTMAS DAY!
SAN" FRANCISCO'S OVATION TO TUE
Giant Pioneers ot Htgh-Class Vaudeville,
= BOSTON
f £ a Ty HOWARD
ATHENAEUM
7JZ. SPECIALTY
— COMPANY.
WIGWAM THEATER.
Corner (Jearj Riitl Stockton Streets.
CHARLES UOOB Fro|irlet.»r ami Manager
ni'GE lIOtIOAV II lIME 'INGS!
MEKRY CHRISTMAS MADE MERRIER!
Week of Monday. Ueceinber ____»1, Every Evening,
I dual .Satiiifluy aud __*unduy Mtttinees!
EXTKA MITINE X CHKIST.M AS DAY !
Full Stockings In the Sumptuous Spectacular
PRINCE TAPHEE TOOPHER!
Surprising Scenic Splendors and Tasterul,
Triumphant Transformation.
MISS IDA SIDUONS AS THE PRINCE.
FIRST APPEARANCE—
3 "_-lA"R,*VH-L-,1_.:3S 3
JOHN J. LKONAKI) AND AXXIK ASHLKY.
I'OrUL.YB I'KICES, lOc. * liOc. 21 3
alcazar mkm.
Wallksrod * Stockwflu Lessees and Manajan
THE ONLY REAL FUN IN TOWN
THIS WEEK-DOUULE B LL;
AtH o'clock,
ROUGH DIAMOND.
At 9 o'clock
T-u.meci TJ;p,
In Three Acta.
Matinee Christmas Day
Evening Prlees— 2sc, SOc, 75c.
Matinee Prices— 4se and 50c.
ORPfIBOIOmA_HHJ_S.
Gustav Walths. Sole Proprietor and Manazsr
Special KiK'n^enuMit of
PAULINE L'ALLEMAND
t D. HESS GRAND OPERA COMPANY.
TO-NIGHT
MARTHA !
L'ALLi JIIMI, HVKKS, HAMILTON and
SliiMill ALBBHTUUILLE in the
l'linrlpal Koles.
Wednesday Tr it lata
Thursday Itixotrtto
Friday Fanst
Saturday Lucia
ijunilay Traviuta
TWO I.X iMi HOLIDAY MATINEKS!
Thursday, Martha— and— Saturday, Trovatoro
PItICES:
Admission: 25c
Keserved seats ode, 75c and ■ 1
IRVING HALL
BY SPECIAL BEQUEST,
VLADIMIR DE PACHMANN,
The World-renowned Pianist, will appear ln
two more concerts
....in a
MISCELLANEOUS PBOGBAMME.
SATIBDAY MATINEE, DEC. 27TH,
At 3 r. v.,
....AND....
MONDAY EVBMNG, DEC. 3-th.
Box sheet open dally from 9 a. m. to 5 r. v., at the
warerooms of V. Vt. BPENC£K 4 CO., 723 Market
St., second floor.
ClilekiTinir Piano Used Exclusively.
MB. AND MKU MOW* DANCINO ACAI> g\
emy, 71 New Montgomery sl — New ar- ial
nnsemeuta; tuttlun reduced; dancing leanin.l MM
at little cost; ueau eiclualv«iy i beginners), ltda\
Moadan, Wedaesdaysi Ladies (liegluners), X'lts*.
days.fnursdays; soirees Saturday trealiws: private
leseousdally. MilJ.
AMUSEMENTS.
BALDWIN THEATER.
Mb. Ar. Hayman Les&ee and Proprietor
Mb. Ali'hkd Bocvruß Manager
SUCCESS ! Krery Evenlnsr This Weeh.
WITH |
LAUOIITERi Matinee Christmas Day.
■Srumx illeeular M itim-e Saturday.
PRIVATE SECRETARY
(Under the direction or Charles Probmau).
D' ■YOU KNOW V
Revised and stren.:t lien, d This Season.
The Rest Coterio ot Artists That Ever Presented
the liriizlitest of stage Gems.
HOLIDAY MATINEKS CHIUSTMAS DAY
At Holiday Matinee- Prices 2sc. SOc, 75c.
January Sth— EMMA JUCH UKANO ENGLISH
OPERA COMPANY.
NEW BIJOO THEATER.
R. L. KNAPP date of Carleton Opera Co.^ Manager
HERMAN KHBXKT Stage Director
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SUNDAY I>ECE>IBKR 14, 189J,
>Vlth the Great German Success,
THREE PAIRS SHOES
A MUSICAL COMEDY
"With a Proline and Thrpe Acts,
Adapted by 11. EHRENT.
MATINKE SATi;HI>AY, 8 P. M.
Specl.il Matinee for the Profog-ioii Tues
day, 2Jil, nt 3 P. M.
Popular Prices— 33c. BOe and 75c.
£$"Seats now ou s.i;e. «a
di; 9 tf
GOOD FOR 25C!
; CL'T THIS OCT j
; And i>re«M'iit at the Itox-OfH^ of the :
! Bijou Theater. You will tr«-t •
. A 73-cent Seat for 50c aud a SOc Seat for 25c ! :
POWELL-STREET THEATER.
Powell Street, Opposite Baldwin Hotel.
SCHWARTZ BROS Sole Proprietors
JOHN E. CAIN Manager
Monday Evening, December 33, IS9O,
E AST WEEK O F
The Verdict or the Press and Public:
THE HANDSOMEST THEATEK and THE
BEST SHOW IN SAN FRANCISCO!
NEW ACTS! NEW SPECIALTIES!
NEW MUSIC!
Admission, 35c; Reserved Seats. SOc.
Extra Crnnil Christmas Matinee at 2 o'clock.
KRELIN'G BROS. Proprietors aud ilauagsri
UNTARAEEELED SUCCESS OF
TO-Mti lIT
TO-NIC.HT TUC
TO-NIGHT I Ilk
to-moiit :
Sfcgfe ; WONDERFUL I
TO-NIGHT : . . .._
TO-MGIIT I AMP
to-nioht fcfimrs
Notice.— Smokinc ln Parquet Prohibited.
Popular Prlces-asc and SOc.
SCAHDIHAWN SOCIETY'S
*"*%&. a_g_s^Xn?ffisj M * a
At SARATOGA HALL, 814 Geary st.. bet. Hyde and
Lark n, SATUHUAY. Dec. 37, 18,0. commencing at
4 o'clock r. ic. Admission, 50 cents. Subscription
list open at tbe society's hall. 71 New Mouigoniery
at., dally trom 13 to 3 o'clock p. it. (I'll SuTuThSa 4
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IAI BITTERS! ~
'• •" For Dyspepsia and indigestion.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
WILL&
FINCK,
Leading Cutlers
BAZAAR!
i
Onr Immense Double Stores [
Overflowing with j
New and Choice
Holiday
I Gifts!
Don't Delay Purchasing!
Yon can make yonr selections and |
have goods delivered at any timei
desired. I
Our Barf is I
Jewelry Department. I
17-Strand Silvorine Bangles $ 25
Sterling Silver Bangle Rings 25 |
Fancy Patte.-n Chain Teck Pins. 25 S
Fine Roll Gold Breast Pins 25 |
Fine RollGnld Cuff Btittous 25 ;
Rolled Gold Bead Necklaces.... 50
Solid Gold Children's Rings 100 ;
Gold Pen-holder (in case) 1 00 I
Gold-headed Cane, ebony stick.. 1 75
Gold-headed Twill Silk Umbrella 2 no
Solid Gold LacnPins 2 00 5
Sterling Silver Match-boxes. 2 50 j
Fancy Oxidized Opera-glass Hold
ers 3 00
9 Pearl Opera-glasses 4 Oo
I Hundreds of novelties in Solid Gold and
| Silver Jewelry and Mantel Clocks.
v
Leather Goods Department.
Fancy Pocket Necessaries 3 15
Fanny Leather Card-cases 25 |
Morocco Leather Purses 25 a
Children's Chatelaine Bags, in .1
velvet, ooze or morocco 26 fl
Misses' Chatelaine Bags, in ooze '.•
or seal 40 I
Ladies' Full-sizeChatelaineßags.J 50 a
Decorated Lap Tablets 50 a
Ladies' llaud-bags, ail leather... 65 I
Gents' Bill-books and Memoran
dums T5
Fancy Leather Cigar-cases 75
Gents' Traveling Cases, complete. 1 00
Flush-Goods Department. f
Fancy Odor Cases $ 25
Plush Child's Work-box. -25
Plush Collar and Cuff-bor 50
Fancy Whisk Broom Holders 50
Plnsh Manicure Set, complete... t'.n
Plush Jewel Boxes 75
Plush Toilet Case, comb, brush
and mirror 8.5
Gents' Plush Shaving Cases 1 00
Music Rolls and Wraps 25 cents to 1 5o
Black Satin, hand piiinted 50
All Feather, fancy shades, bone
sticks 65
Real 0.-trich Fans in black or :
gray 75
Satin - painted feather top, all
shades 75
Real Ostrich, fancy shades . .'. 150
Platedware Department. f
Fancy chased Xapkin Rings $ « I
Three-niece Child Set, Knife,
Fork aud Stiel 2T |
One-half di zen fancy pattern ' ,
Tea-spoons ■>;,
Child's Silver Cup Co \
One -half dozen fancy Frait >
Knives, in satin box • 65 fl
Fancy engraved Butter-dish 1 00 m
Fnibossed Berry-dish, silver- -j
plated base 1 25 I
Fancy engraved Cake Basket 1 60 1
Oxidized silver Shaving Mugs.. . . lon J
Fancy engraved nve-bottle Dinner i
Castor 1 50 I
Toy Department.
C h ild ren s' Books $ 5
Building Blocks 10
Wood Toy Carts 1,-, S
Dressed Jointed Dolls 25 j
Indestructible Dolls 25 J
Games of all kinds 25 I
Full Bound Books, by popular "
authors 25 |
Mechanical Toys jg E
Iron Trains 25 B
Endless lines of Wagons, Veloci- fl
pedes. Tricycles, Hobby-horses and fl
Toys of every description. y
Furnishing Goods and Hats. §
Fine Silk Scarfs $ 15 fl
Stylish Boys' Hats -,!, I-
Fancy Pattern Suspenders go I
Fancy Shades Silk Handkerchiefs 50 8
Fine Linen Shirts 73 fl
Gents' Kid Gloves [" 1 ■'" H
Men's Stiff or Soft Hats 1 „,H
Silk Initial Handkerchiefs ! 1 25 a
Cutlery Department. |
Four-blnde Pocket Knives $ 25 I
Embroidery Scissors 25 B
While Bone Handle Knifo ami J]
Fork Set, 6 each 80 fl
Stag-handle Carvers, 3 pieces. . . 85 fl
Bone-handle Carvers. 3 pieces. . . 100 fl
Solid Bone-handle Kuives.per doz. 1 75 I
Set Carvers in case 2 25 B
Large assortment of our own make
Carvers, guaranteed, from $4 50 per set
up. Finest goods iv the world. Full
live of cutlery of every description and
at every price.
818 and 820 Market Street,
15, 17, 19, 21, 23 O'Farrell.
PHELAN BLOCK.
600DS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE
To -ansalito, Biithedale, Mill Valley.
Tlburon, Antieeh, Ban Bafael, Stock
ton, Haywards, V.llsjo, _f, p ., s«n
LoroDio, Melrose, San Leandro, Oak
laid, Aiameda, Berkeley.
Country orders promptly attends! to
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