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EXTRA CHOICE VALUES
Late Jackets, Wraps and Miaitets!
To-chy we invite attention to a m inter of lines of fashionable garments
selected on account of their unusual beauty and attractiveness from the innu-
merable NEW STYLES AND NOVELTIES exhibited in our great Cloak De-
partment and offered for this occasion at SPECIALLY LOW PRICES.
LADIES' JACKETS, made from fancy mixed and striped all-wool imported cloaking,
trimmed with Lucy silk and gilt coid, puffed shoulders, rolling collar, worth ST 50,
will be offered at $3 each.
LADIES' CHEVIOT JACKETS AND BLAZERS, square collar, edged all around with
bfack-aod-gilt cord, fastened at neck With ornament or fancy gilt girdle, fancy pock-
ets, cat back, In all ttie newest shades, navy blue, light or dark tan and black, worth
$7 50, .11 be offered at $4 each.
LADIES' REEFER AND BLAZER JACKETS, made from cheviot and clay diagonal
.kings, bound all around with tine mohair braid or edged with fancy silk cord,
large squire or pointed collar, high-puffed sleeves, fancy pockets, worth $10, will be
offered at ST 50 each. .
At -fe 10.00.
LADIES' REEFER AND BLAZER JACKETS, made from plain, checked and striped
cheviots, edged all around with black or gilt cord, large, rolling collar, handsomely
trimmed with braid and fancy button**, high-puffed sleeves, In all the newest shades,
worth 312 -50, will be offered at $10 each.
LADIES' BLAZERS, made from light cheviot cloaking, large, rolling collar, handsomely
embroidered, fastened in front with two cord ornaments, alee reefers made fiom dark
and light shade materials, high-puffed sleeves, fancy pocket* i rimmed with small gilt
buttous and braid to match, worth $15, will be offered at $12 50 each.
LADIES' WRAPS, made from plain cloaking, long square fronts, high standing collar,
raised shoulders, garment prettily embroidered with braid, trimmed with corded drop
fringe, worth $17 50, will be offered at $12 M each.
LADIES' WRAPS, made from plain and annuo cloaking, long square fronts, high stand-
ing collar, raised shoulders, lined throughout with satin, richly braided, wortb $25, will
be offered at (17 90 each.
LADIES' NEWMARKETS, made from fine imported eloakings, striped or fancy mixed.
double breasted, high shoulders, English capes with Medici collar, trimmed with
fancy bone buttons to match material*: those are all the newest styles for this sea-
son worth $15. will be offered at $7 50 each.
AST Mail order* promptly and carefully executed. Uooda delivered free in 0.-»*?-l-4al.
Alaiv.eda, Kerkeley aud San Kafael.
/ff)j^^^ MURPHY BUILDING. /
l/(/_M Street corner el Jones, /
ACROSS THE BAY.
Approval of the Lake Merritt
Ella J. Moe's "Will -The Pool Gambling Li
cense-Annexation Election— A Complaint
by Druggists -The Traett Claim.
Mayor Chapman has approved the ordi
nance appropriating 819,000 for the Lake
Merritt boulevard, and in a message com
mended the project of its construction.
The engineers have also prepared and filed
a lengthy report on the work, giving plans
and specifications aud an estimate of the
total cost cf the work, placing it at 5393.017,
and dividing it into eight processes of con
struction, as follows: First, the stone em
bankment, beginning at Twelfth street, on
the eastern shore of the lake, and following
around the shore to the terminus of the
boulevard second, the parapet wall; 'third
the dreigingol the lake; fourth, the earth
dressing; fifth, the curbing; sixth, the
macadamizing; seventh, the sidewalks;
eighth, the depositing of fertile soil upon
The engineers' estimates of the cost of the
work are on the following basis:
ltfO.ooo cubic yards stone eml>an_Trtent
at 60 cents .. $96,000
300.000 cubic yards dredging in L_-e Mer
ritt at lucent* ... 54,000
16.200 linear feet of parapet wall at 100
34,400 linear reet or curbing at 12 cents.. 3,888
40,000 cubic yards of earth diesslug at -Jo
10,000 cubic yard* of fertile earth on side
walks at 50 cents. 5.000
372.000 square feet cement sidewalks at
l_i^ cents. 46.500
1.760.000 square fee: nacadaialzlng at 7
Drains, catch basics, etc 2,500
Add 10 per cent for contingencies 35.729
Total cost of works $393,017
R. H. McDonald Jr. has brought suit
against John Schweaerle and other." to re
cover £11,570 on a promissory note, and to
foreclose a mortgage on lots on Clay and
Fifth streets and on Myrtle aud Twenty
eighth streets. Oakland.
ELLA J. HOE'S WILL.
The will of Ella J. -Mi;*, who died in Chi
cago in January, was filed for probate yes
terday by Professor . I. B. McChesuey of the
Ilish School, where Professor Theodore W.
Moe of Chicago, the husband of the testa
trix, taught languages a few years aco. The
California estate consists of the house and
lot on the northwest corner of Harrison and
Durant streets, this city, valued at $12,000.
She gives her farm in Springs Township,
Pa., to her parents for life and the remain
der to bet husband, who is also devised a lot
mi St. Louis avenue, Chicago. The liar
rison-street property will Be sold, the pro
ceeds invested in bond and mortgage. $365 a
year to he paid her parents and the balance
to he retained by her husband. The latter
and Professor McChesuey are named exec
A Coroner's jury sat yesterday on the case
of the milk-poisoning of the two Caron
children, but as the analyses of the stomach
have not yet been concluded, an adjourn
ment was taken until Professor Colby is
ready to report the result.
WILL UK VETO it
Mayor Chapman has not yet signed the
pool-gambling license ordinance, and it is
confidently believed that he will veto it, not
only on a coun: of righ'eous indignation of
the citizens against it, but because of a
Dauber of illegal provisions in it. The
people of Oakland are Indignant, of course,
at the action ol the City Council, but the
talk of a morning sensational paper about
tar and feathers is only in the imagination
of a reporter.
It was decided that L. M. Aldrich must
stand examination on the charge of having
assaulted the ex-School Director, L. E.
Cbartrand, with a deadly weapon on Mon
day in the saloon of the latter, and the hear
ing was set for to-morrow.
The annexation election ordinance bas
been signed by Mayor Chapman, and the
election will be held on Tuesday, the Mlh.
I)i:i <.<.!- * - COMPLAINING. .
Oakland drug-stores complain of being
swindled by women, who obtain pro
prietary medicines without paying for them
in pretext of having forgotten their pocket
book?, then going to another store, repre
senting they have paid for them and have
concluded not to use them, and have
what purports to be their money refunded.
The druggists have "dropped on the
Oakiaud Parlor, N. S. G. W., proposes to
shine at the next celebration at Santa Cruz
on Admission day. A committee appointed
to make the necessary arrangements has re
turned from Santa Cruz, and its action has
met with the approval of the parlor. It lias
engaged the Sea Beach Hotel and an addi
tional room for dancing. One thousand
dollars has been already raised for the cele
The theater bonus subscription has
leached $8000, including the SIOOO sub
scribed by the pool-gamblers.
The number of deaths in Oakland during
May was seventy-four. Of these eighteen
were attributed to zymotic diseases.
SUIT has -**__ BBOUGHT.
Rev. F. U. Liljegreii, pastor of the Swe
dish Methodist Episcopal Church of Oak
laud, has brought suit for divorce from his
wife, Amelia C. Liljegren. on the alleged
ground of infidelity. The wife joined him
in Oakland in September alter a separation
of five years. They have a son 8 years of
age, whom the father brought with him to
James Stanley, Public Administrator,
has petitioned for letter-, of administration
on tir** estate of John Roth, deceased, who
died in Haywards ou May lst. The estate,
situate near the town of Haywards, is
valued at 811,500.
Colonel Hayward, after whom trie town
of Haywards is named, is lying seriously ill
at his heme at the la' ter place. He is also
owner of the EI ay wards Hotel.
Police Judge ■gden has reappointed W.
S. O'Brien as Clerk of bis court.
oak I.A Mi's POOL-ROOMS.
The new pool-rooms in Oakland have now
been fitted up lor the fleecing business In
first-class style. Boards have been put uu
aroundjthe wall, oflices fitted up and the
apoiutments generally found in 5-cent beer
saloon:**, i. c., screens to windows and doors
provided. Everything is now ready for
Mrs. Mary Clancy, who was thrown from
a carriage no the San Leandro road about a
week ago, died at her rooms near San Lc
andro from the effects of her injuries. She
was 58 years of age and had resided near
San Leandro for many years.
A meeting of property-owners In the sec
tion of the city covered by the "Truett
claim* baa appointed A. c. Henry, J. W.
Shankliu and Peter Thompson to act in the
matter in continuing the suit or effecting a
The cost of grading and curbing Van Bu
ren street was S7SB 'M, or at a rate of 24
cents a front foot
Telephones will be put in the various
school buildings, for which the city will
pay a rental of $20 per month.
A carpenter named Gibson, residing at
1014 West street, Oakland, fell from a stag
ing at the borax works, Birds Point, yes
terday, and injured his spine. He was re
moved to his home-
David Flynu and James Petterson, San
Francisco youth**, the latter residing at 1404
Pacitic street, wero sentenced yesterday to
serve five days in the County Jail for steal
ing fruit in E. B. Maslick's orchard. Their
parents declined to pay their fines of §10
The Board of Education has fixed the sal
aries of the principals of the Porter. Haight
and Enciual ,-chools nd the teachers of the
High School at #125 per month each. The
salary of the principal of the West En
School is SIX) and oi the Alameda School
$80. The salaries of the other teachers re
1; v.- John Kirby, pastor of the Park
street M. E. Church, has been given a
month's vacation, and July Ist, will
leave for Kansas Ciiy, where he was for
merly stationed. On Tuesday evening his
parishioners gave him a donation party,
and he was agreeably surprised upon receiv
ing a purse of $100.
The election contest is -till in progress
aud the outcome is not apparent Tne count
showed the vote for City Trustees to be: J.
F. Forderer, 9.1; 1). L. Randolph, 141; ft
li. Bessette 834 ; Stanley Stephenson, 193;
William Hammond, 930; Fred Wild, 891.
These figures do not include 47 ballots,
which were laid aside, having been objected
to for their alleged illegality, as they are
torn or marked. The court is now investi
gating their alleged illegality, and until
judgment is passed upon them tue result
will Dot be known. The partisans of Ham
mond and Wild are hopeful that the contest
will result in their favor.
Two new street railroad companies are
said to be in process of organization in
The Board of Education will consider a
new schedule of teachers' salaries at the
Indications of a rich ledge of cinnabar
have been found on Captain Boswell's
ranch in North Berkeley.
The Berkeley Trustees have fixed the
liquor license at 550, but repealed the
provision requiring Sunday closing of sa
It is stated here that the electric cars will
bo running again by Monday or Tuesday.
They are being fitted up with additional
power at the Judson Works, and defects in
armature are being remedied. It is said that
twelve cars will be put on next week.
No public meeting will be held at which
to discuss the subject of the annexation of
Newbury to tins town, and, as a conse
quence, on Saturday morning half of the
people of the town will not know there is
an election, and half of the remaining ones
will not care enough about it to cast their
votes one way or another. V -**.■ 3
HUKT IN A RUNAWAY.
Mrs. Minnie Thrown From a Carriage on
A team of horses attached to a carriage
containing two men and two women ran
away on Post street last evening. At the
corner of Post and Fillmore one of the
women, a Mrs. Minnie, who lives on Pine
street, was thrown out of the carriage. She
was badly cut about the face and one arm
and one leg were seriously bruised, but no
bones were broken. The men both jumped,
but neither was hurt. The other woman
remained in the carriage. At the corner of
Baker street one of the horses fell and
broke its leg. The vehicle was also dam
Tho injured woman was taken to a drug
store near the sceue of the accident, where
her wounds were dressed, after which the
was sent home.
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. THURSDAY. JUNE. 4. 1891-EIGHT PAGES.
THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Wedding of Mr. T. Sullivan and
Hiss Lily Oi-tniann.
Details cf the Eankin-Donohoe Marriage.
Family Gatherings -A Picnic to Ni es
lion. W. G. Veazy, Commander-in-Chief
of the Grand Army of the Republic, will ar
rive in this city on Sunday morning next,
and will remain until the following Wednes
day. A reception will be tendered him dur
ing his stay.
Miss Juliet Wilbor Tompkins of San Le
andro, daughter of the late. Edward Toiiu
k'ms, and a niece of the late Governor U. IL
Haignt, will graduate at Vassar this year.
Miss Tompkins was prepared for college
by lier sisier, aud is the second member of
the family by whom graduation honors
have been wen at Vassar.
Excelsior Lodge. No. 1252, will give their
monthly bop this evening at Union-square
The wedding of Miss Louise Josephine
Lamnton to Mr. Thomas William Croft of
Kent, England, took place on the ;'.o.h ult.,
Miss Agnes Lanipton, the bride's sister, be
ing bridesmaid, Mr. Thomas H. Law h-r Jr.
acting as best man. and Miss Emily Lamp
ton as maid of honor. After the ceremony,
a quiet reception was held at the residence
of the bride's mother. Mrs. Frank Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Croft left on Sunday for Sauta
Cruz. On their return they will reside in
Last Saturday a merry crowd left the
residence of Sumner S. Foster in the bus
"Young America." Altera pleasant rido
of two and a half hours they reached their
destination at Crystal Springs. Tho day
was spent in dancing and games. The oc
casion will long be remembered by all who
Ou Sunday last the "Merry Crowd," to
gether with a number of friends, enjoyed a
very palatable luncheon at the residence .of
Mr. and Mis. R. Corcoran at Colma Sta
tion. A most pleasant day was spent
The ban Francisco Operatic Society will
present "Heart and Hand," Lecocq's pop
ular comedy, this evening at the Bijou The
ater for the benefit of the Children's Hospi
tal. A largo attendance is looked for.
Ilal.kin-Donol.oe Wedding In San Kafael.
At the pretty wedding, already briefly
noted in the telegraphic columns of yester
day, which united Miss m Magnire D.mo
hoe, only daughter of British Consul and
Mrs. Deals Donohoe, to Mr. Montague Ban
kin, late of the Madras -Staff Corps at St.
Paul's Episcopal Church, San Rafael, the
maid of honor was .Miss Mabel Barton Coit
of Buffalo, N. V., a cousin of the bride. Mr.
II G. Gardner was best man, and the ushers
were Mr. Claude 1. Hamilton and Mi.
Denis Donohoe Jr.
The j? jetty little church was charmingly
dressed in white rases, calla lilies and green
foliage. Itev. Dr. Story performed the cere
mony, the bride, who looked beautiful in
her bridal robe, ornamented with diamond
necklace and pendant, the gift of her
mother, being given aw iv by Consul Douo
hoe. The. "Lohengrin March" was rendered
by Mr. Smith as the i»ridal party advanced
through the crowded assemblage of fash
ionable people present, and Mendelssohn's
"Wedding March" as the cortege retroeeded.
After enjoying an elaborate breakfast at
the Donolu c residence, which was made
particularly bright with hot-house and gar
den flowers in generous profusion, the bride
and groom left for [Santa Cruz, intending,
on their return about the Ist prox., to oc
cupy their elegant cottage in San Kafael.
The wedding gifts included a large amount
of faience, services and bijouterie, many
valuable cases arriving from abroad.
Those at the Donohoe residence included :
Mr. and Mrs. Denis Donohoe Jr., Baron and
Baroness yon Schroder, Mr. and Mr*, Mon
roe isbury, Mr*. Groom, Mrs. Tompkins.
Mr. aud Mrs. William Barber, the Hisses
Barber, Miss Hyde, Miss Kittle, Mr. and
Mr.-. J. C. Kittle. MI«S Margaret Kittle, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Balfour, Mr. Warren Clark,
Mr. T. E. K. Cormac, the Misses Fried
lander, Miss Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
Bowie, Count Marizzi, Mr. Harry G. Gard
ner, Mr. Woitliinetnn Ames, Miss Camilla
A-'.c, Mr. Carey Fried lander, Mrs. Mervyn
J. Donahue, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Boyd,
Mr**. F. F. Coit, Mr. and Mr-. Hamilton
Colt, Miss Coit, Miss Jessie Coit,
Mr. ard Mrs. John Champion. Mr. and
Mr*. John F. Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. George
Knight White, Mr. and Mr*. Vincent .Wai,
Mr. and Mr-. Basil Heathcote, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry T. Scott, Mi«s Champio'i, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 08. Gutrn. Mr. and »Mrs. Pel
ham Ames, th. Misses Ames. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur T. Marvin, Mrs. Charles Mason,
Mrs. F. W. Russell, Mr. and Mr-. Francis
Avery, the Hisses Hastings, Mr. and Mr*.
Carter, Mr. P. Pomeroy, Mr. and Mrs.
Evan Evan-. Captain and Mrs. Thomas
Carry, the Misses Lichtenben**, Rev. Dr.
Stay, the Misses Stay, Mr. Fred Sharon,
Mr. Ward McAllister Jr.. Rev. Mr. and
Mrs. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. John E. de Kuy
ter, M;-- May Hoffman, Mr. William G.
Kice Cootie, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen,
Mr. WeMesley Moore, Mr. and Mrs. George
Pinckard, " Mr. Will, Babcock, Mr.
Harry Bibcock, Mr. Claude T. Hamilton.
I'rivato Picnic to Mies Canyon.
The Mignonettes, composed of the leading
members of Fremont Parlor, Native Daugh
ters, and Riucon and Pacific parlors, Native
Sons, gave their first private picnic to Niles
Canyon on Sunday, May 241h. It was a
very enjoyable affair. The committee, Mr.
James Campbell, Mr. W. K. Foley, Miss
Debbie Barry, Miss Mollie Dillon, Miss Ger
tie Campbell and Mis'* Laura Fritz, left
nothing undone that might tend to make it
a success. The day was spent la rowing,
singing, dancing mid games. Among those
present were: Miss Eliza Montague, Miss
Nellie Cody, Miss Mary Sutton, Miss
Maggie Johnson, Miss Minnie Dunlap, Miss
Ma .gift Collins, Miss Jessie Callaghan.
Miss Hannah Collins, Miss Clara Zowasky,
Miss Mamie Keefe; Messrs. J. IV Finn, J.
Hendry, F. Williams, W. Burke, J. Hanlev,
R vood, < V Weds, J. Casad, J. Wells, W.
Wood, Ed Maboney, M. Kgin, M. Lung.
The Suliivan-Ortmann Wedding.
Last evening at St. Dominic's Church an
interesting wedding united Miss Lily Ort
mann, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Johu F.
Ortmann, to Mr. Thomas Sullivan, son of
Mrs, E. R. Sullivan, and a rising young
business man of this city.
The church, which had been handsomely
decorated chiefly with palms, was crowded
with interested spectators. About 8:15
o'clock the bridal parly entered— the brides
maids. Miss M. Sullivan, Miss M. Gibbon, *
Miss I. Cousin and Miss A. Sullivan, and
the ushers, Messrs. Joseph Hooper, J. F.
Brooke. James P. Sweeney and M. k.*i3t,
being followed by the maid of honor, Miss
Frederlca Ortmann, the bride's sister. Then
came the bride on the arm of her father,
meeting her fiance, attended by Mr. W. O.
Butler, at the altar, where the ceremony
was performed by Father Rellly, assisted
by Father Dngan. Few couples hay* been
more admired than Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan
as they walked down tbe aisle to their car
A reception, limited to the family and
close friends, afterward took place at the
elegant residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ortmann
on the northwest corner of Pine and Scott
streets. Here flowers bad been profusely
and tastefully employed to impart a delight
ful atmosphere of nature's luxuriant beauty
to tbe memorable occasion. Cordons of
evergreens and roses met from all sides of
the main parlor, transforming the scene
into a pretty Arcadian bower. Entering
through a long canvas vestibule hung with
lanterns the guests offered their congratu
lations and afterward participated in the
elaborate supper served by Cusin and later
festivities. Nor did the many presents fail
to receive their duo meed of admiration.
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan leave to-day for a
wedding tour through the Yosemite -Valley,
and on their return will go to the Hotel
Rafael for the summer season.
Christening: Tarty on Hampshire Street.
On Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall invited a number of friends to their
home on Hampshire street to witness the
christening of their infant daughter, Gerda
Lucile. the Rev. J. R. Andrews officiating.
Miss Dollle Lindeberg and Mr. John Mar
shall acted as sponsors. After the cere
mony refreshments were served and conver
sation and singing occupied the remainder
of the evening. Thoso present were: Rev.
and Mrs. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. -Wilt
strand, Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong.
Captain and Mrs. 11. P. Marshall, Mrs. A.
W. Johnson. Mrs. Adam Aldrick, Miss
Bessie Carlson, Miss Alice Lindeberg,
Mr. E. T. Marshall, Master Godfried
Andrews and Master Alfred Armstrong, the
Misses Svvaahilda, Alma and Ebeline Mar
Surprise on Larkin Street.
A very pleasant surprise party was given
to Miss Tillie Lunblado by some of her
friends at her residence, 2509 Larkiu street,
on last Saturday evening. Among those
present were: Miss M. Corbett, Miss M.
Crown, Misses Alice and Florence Maun
der, Mrs. Baker, Mr. aud Mrs. Marks, Miss
It. Simmons, Miss Ray, Miss G. Slocome.
Misses Sievers, Mr. and Mra. Kot.eig and
the Misses Tillie and Katie Lunblades.
- *.*V\> . Society Pergonals.
Mr. and Mrs. lienry J. Crocker are spend
ing the summer at their Cloverdale ranch,
a short distance from that Sonoma County
town. They are entertaining there Mi. Her
bert Carolan, Mr. David Neal, the cele
brated painter from Munich, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Green and Mrs. C. W. Crocker.
Mr. and Mrs. James Carolan, Miss Evelyn
Carolan and Miss Genevieve Carolan will
spend the month of July at the Hotel del
General John McComb will visit Santa
Cruzdurtnz the summer.
Mr. Stephen T. Gage and family are pre
paring to make their Home at Palo Alto.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crockett, Mrs. Russell
J. Wilson and Mr. aud Mrs. M. S. Wilson
left on Monday last for Wawoua.where they
will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Davis will spend the
summer in Belvedere.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Bigelow and Miss
Bigelsw left on Saturday for a two month*-'
tour of Waebiniten, Oregon and Alaska.
Mr. li. 11. Webster is traveling in Europe.
Mrs. K. M. Briare of Sau Francisco is vis
iting her friend, Miss Ida Smith, at her
home in Court! uid.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mayo Newhall left on
Monday for a mouth's visit to Wawona and
the Yosemite Valley.
Mrs. Valots, wife of Admiral Valois of
the German fleet exnected soon in the har
bor, and Mrs. yon Fraurzins, wife of Cap
tain Fraalzins of Urn Leipsie, have returned
from their tour of the Yosemite, and are at
the Palace Hotel.
Miss Daisy Flolbrnok 13 visiting in Colusa.
Colonel Georgo Hairer and Miss Alice
Hager have also returned to that town.
Mr. W. W. Blow and Miss Blow have left
for Ukiah. ; y :>'-;;
Mrs. Warren, with her two children and
Miss Theresa Stan iford have gone on a visit
to Mrs. George B. SUnifurd at Sau Luis
Next week Mrs. Charles G. Yale, with the
Misses Nettie and Enid Yale, will go to
Pieasanton for a summer outing. Mr. Yale
has just returned from a two weeks' stay at
Mis-, Mary Bates will start-to-morrow for
a tour of tho Yosemite Valley. She con
templates returning in time to leave for a
visit to Seattle, about the 20th vi June, She
will be accompanied north by her niece,
Miss Lectin M. Smith, and expects lobe
cut of town until the lst of September.
Mrs. M. Peyser and daughter, and Miss
Hazel Peyser have gone to spend a vacation
in Stockton, the guests of Mrs. M. L.
Miss Jeanette and Miss Rose Keene left
Wednesday for a month's stay in Concord,
Contra Costa County. They contemplate
spending a few days In rusticating with a
Darty of friends in Tine Canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hotaling Jr., Messrs.
Richard Hotaling and J, hu I. Hausman are
spending sumo d*iys at the Hotaling coun
try ■ lace, near Palo Alto.
Mr. and Mrs. J times Otis are spending
the season in Oregon.
Mr. E. N. Bee leaves to-day for the
Yosemite Valley, where he will spend his
two weeks' vacation.
Rear- Ad mf nil John Irwin, U. S.
N., I.ccenlly Promoted.
Commodore John Irwin, who has just
been promoted to a Rear-Admiral in the
United States .Navy, has been in the service
for forty-four years continuously. Hew;-.-,
born in Philadelphia September 15, 1832,
aud was appointed from that State Seplem-
Scar- Admiral John Irwin, V. & *l*
ber 9, 18-17. He served on the Cumberland,
St. Lawrence, John Adams, Fulton, Savan
nah and Wabash, from 1847 to IS<>3, and was
at the capture of the forts stHstterss In
let, Walker and Beauregard, Fort Royal
Ferry and Fort Pulaski. Commanded the
Newborn, Gettysburg, Yantic, Sibiue and
the Pensacola, In the North Atlantic and
Pacific squadrons from 1888 to 1879. Was
in command of League Island Station in'
1872, Mare Island Navy-yard from 1879 to
1883. President of the Board of inspection,
California, from ISM to [888, He was pro
moted to passed midshipman in 1853, com
missioned Lieutenant in 1863, Lieutenant-
Commander in 18G2, Commander in 1806,
Captain in 1 ST.".. Commodore In March, 188G,
and Rear- Admiral In May, 1891. He lias re
cently beeu in command of ttie naval forts
on the North Pacific Coast. *
Some Valuable Tapers to lie Read at the
The next meeting of the Astronomical
Society of the Pacific will be held at Lick
Observatory on Saturday, the 13tb, when
the following papers will be presented:
"Solar Eclipse of June i;, 1891," by Orria
E. Harmon of Chehali*. Wash.; "Ther
moiiic-tric Chronometer of the Lick Observ
atory," by A. <>. Lenschoer of Berkeley;
review of Miss Clerke's "System of the
Stars" by George E. Hale of Chicago;
review of Dr. Brevet's "Life nf Tv.-ho
Bra he," by Torvald Kohl of Denmark;
"Period of the Rotation of the Sun Near
the Poles, :is Derived From the Coronas of
1878 and 1889." Professor J. 11. Bigelow of
Washington. D. 0.; "Vi-dbility of the In
terference Fringe* in the Focus of a Tele
scope," by Professor Michelson of Worces
ter, Mass.; "Observations on the Transit of
Mercury, May <*-. IS'.U," by Messrs Bnrek
h a Iter, Mo*es and Pierson (San Francisco
and Oakland), by Messrs. H»iden, Burn-
In m, Sebaaberle, Keeler and . Barnard
(Mount Hamilton), by Professor Souls
(Berkeley), by Professor Genre- (San .lose),
by Geneia Irish (Reno,*Nev.», by Mr. Parm
ley (Ogden, I tain, and others.
Hooked for Assault.
Fred Fount?, and William White had a dis
pute last evening over a gunny sack. Both
are locked up in the City Prison, the former
for an assault with a deadly weapon and the
the latter with a huge ragged hole in his
brow. The fuss took place in Fountz's sa
loon. G24 Clay street. White, who owned
the sack, started to go behind the bar to get
the article where lie hud deposited it for sale
keeping. Mr. Foun 17. objected and a light
followed. White says Foimt_ hit him with
a club and the saloon-keeper avers that
White jammed his face against a bolt in the
Stimulate the Blood.
Bkandrkth's Pills are ihe great Mood puri
fier. Tliey are a purgative and blood tonic, they
act equally on the bowels, the kidueys aud the
skin, thus cleansing the system by lhe natural
outlet of the body— they may be called the pur
gative sudorific and diuretic medicine. They
stimulate tiie blond so as to enabl v nature to
throw nil nil morbid bumors, and cure disease
no matter by what name it may be called. One
or two or t liem taken every iiigut will prove an
hkamikk'iii's Pills are purely vegetable,
absolutely Harmless aud safe to take at soy time.
bold in every drug and medicine store, eltner
plain or coaled. *
United Endowment Associate!-' Picnic
Tnursday, June -Hi, at Shell Mound Park, prom
ises to be a nio.t pleasant reuulou of members
and their families and friend.-. Seventy-five
valuable gate pi izes and a large number for
games aud atulelle contests to be awarded.
Plenty of music aud plenty of amusement for
all. _ »
An old prospector named Miller, formerly
a resident of Los Angeles, started out
across the Colorado desert, May 4th, to bunt
up some burros. He had with him five
quarts of water and provisions for one
day, and as he lias not been heard from
since his departure, it is feared ha got lost
and has perished In the desert.
U2 '_m Powder:
Used in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard
Sell ly ruruswy
Fortieth Ann nai Commencement
at Santa Clara.
Practical Subjects of the . Essays -Archbishop
Eiordan's Address-Honors Conferred.
The interesting and instructive lecture
that formed the literary portion of the exer
cises which closed the fortieth Jan nual ses
sion of Santa Clara College took place at
Exhibition Hall on last Tuesday evening
and was entitled " Diseases of the Vine,"
presented in three part*, by the members of
the graduating clas*.
The address which introduced the subject
was delivered by J. J. Conway of San
Francisco, in which the speaker outlined
tin* clowing future that awaits California by
the development of its grape and vine indus
tries which the countries of Europe view
with a jealous eye and incredulity at the ac
counts of the wonderful results achieved
through her great natural advantages. In
order that we may successfully retain tho
advantage already gained, said the speaker,
It is necessary that we should know the
nature of the difficulties which may be met
so as to overcome them at their inception,
therefore those who follow will discuss a
few of the most prominent diseastja which are
deleterious to viticulture as well as their
known remedies. SV:-v
F. B. Robinson, being introduced, spoke
of the disease known as "coulure." The
word "coulure," he said, is from the French
and signifies a failure in the fertilization of the
ovules, resulting in _ part or total loss of the
crop by the nipping a] the fruit or the suc
cessive disappearance of the grains in the
grape before complete development.
For lhe purpose of giving a more com
plete understanding of the subject, an in
teresting sketch was given of the theory of
the fertilization of plants in which tho dif
ferent forms of pollen, its action on the
stigma and style of the flower, and the grad
ual development of the germ cell, were
briefly outlined and their appearance de
-Bcrit*»ed when under the influence of coulure
caused by atmospheric agencies to which
the growing plant may be exposed— an un
due excess of heat or cold, of drouth or
moisture, causing these disastrous results.
Unfortunately, no remedy to counteract
these baleful effects cau be devised, although
many have been suggested, for man has no
power to modify or control those agencies
which are subservient only to the laws
which control nature.
TREATISE ON PHYLLOXERA.
The second portion of the lecture was de
livered by .1. F. Pierson of Mexico, on the
subject of "Phylloxera." The first discov
ery of this pest was made in MSI in
France, and ten years later it. appearance
was noticed on the vines in Sonoma
County, where it presented itself in two
forms, the leaf gall insect that punctured
the virgin leaf, depositing eggs and produc
ing an irritation of the tissue, followed by
an affluence of sap and succeeded by a fleshy
swelling or gall, the other, or root insect
confining its attacks particularly to the roots
of the tender vine, and, by causing their d-
cay, effectually destroying the growing
plant. The leaf insect lias the power of re
piodnelng itself with wouderlul rapidity,
and in a tew months the most fertile vine
yard is entirely mined. The question of
destroying this pest without injuring the
plant itself baa been deemed of such im
portance that the French Government has
offered a valuable reward to any one who
may succeed, and as a consequence many
unsuccessful trials have resulted. It has,
however, been discovered that the use of bi
sulphide of carbon and the grafting of the
vine on a resistant stock, assisted by a sub
mergence of the vineyard fur from twenty
to thirty days, achieve, the most effective
OIDIUM, OH MILDEW.*
"Oidium or Mildew" was the subject of
the third portion of the lecture delivered by
J. J. Bennett of Stockton, It began with a
description of the effects of this well
known vine disease, which checks develop
ment and ultimately destroys existence.
mm was discovered in 1845 in England,
and in a few* years this parasite fungus had
spread throughout Europe. At present it is
known wherever the grape is cultivated.
Under the microscope it shows itself as be
longing to the same family as the mush
room and toadstool, but its minute size
greatly iniut-des the most diligent research,
it covers the leaves with opaque Stains winch
have a mouldy odor, burdening the skin of
the berry. That bursts, and the action of
the air, of insects and of the ever-present
fungus, completes its destruction. Sul
phurous applications are the only effl -a
ceous remedy, for their contact with the
fungi causes a chemical imposition,
wbicb destroys the mildew and assists thu
growing leaves to expand.
The lectures were made unusually attract
ive by the Illustrations "f the subjects de
lineated by the use of the photo-electric
microscope, which projected upon a large
screen a highly magnified view of these
minute parasites. The management of the
instrument was under the control of E. E.
Smith of Merced and J. P. Morrissey of
V«V CONFERRING OP DEGREES.
The valedictory of J. E- McEiroy, S. 8.,
'90, of Oakland, followed, and the literary
programme was concluded with a brief but
eloquent address from ms Grace, the Most
Rev. An bishop Kiordan. It was particu
larly directed to lbe graduates, whom he
urged to be steadfast in their faith, so that
the protecting influences of religion, by
which they had been surrounded as students,
would still uphold them when the trials of
practical life would call for all their re
sources to successfully fulfill their duties as
Christian citizens. s \/- :,:
■ The exercises of the evening closed with
the conferring of degrees and the distribu
tion of medals and premium* to the suc
cessful students of the It elastic year. The
degree of Bachelor of Arts was conferred
on J. E. McEiroy, S. li., of Oakland. C. B.
Coolidge, S. li., of Sau Jose and J. J. Con
wav of San Francisco; Mister of Sciences
on F. G. Gerlack, S. 8., of San J esc;
Bachelor of Sciences on J. J. Barrett of
Stockton, F. P. Robinson of Sin Francisco,
E. E. Smith of Merced. J. F. Pierson of
Mexico, J. P. Morrissey of Santo Cruz, W.
P. Carroll of San Jose, 6. Cawerse of San
Jose, E. J. Ellis of Lawrence, J. B. En
right o£ Lawrences, F. E. Farmer of Santa
Clara, 11. P. Mulliii of Santa Clara, 11. Fee
of Stockton, W. A. Sextcii of San Jose. W.
L. Zllbala of Salinas.
The commercial ceriificate was awarded
to A. Campbell or Cambria, J. Haduer of
San Jose. Eugene Kellv of Watsonviile, C.
Lara of Hawaii. M. Cfirien of San Jose, C.
Walsh of Vallejo.
The Nob.!! medal, ao annual prize of
sixty dollars, founded in ISTii by Joseph A.
Donohoe of San Francisco, in honor of the
first President of Santa Clara College,
Father John Nohili, S. J., to be given to the
student wlio shall be deemed nrst in morals,
obedience and general application to study,
was awarded to John o*(_ara, next in
merit being 1). IfcXinnon, A. A. do Mello,
Eugene Kelly, J. J. Conway, N. Hibberi.
The Archbishop's medal for the best essay
on the subjert, " How to Find the True
Church," was awarded to Richard Bliss,
the next in merit being J. **• M:Elroy, J. J.
Conway. A. A. de Mellij, .
,- The DoiKihoe medal, an annutl Driza of
fifty dollars founded in 188*} by P. J. Dono
hoe of ban Francisco, to be given " to the
student who has made the greatest progress
in the Latin and Greek languages during
the session," was awarded to A. Woolrich,
next in merit being J. O'Gura, VV. de Mar
tini, J. Carey, D. MchLinnon, W. Humph
rey, George Woolrich.
The Owl medal, for the best paner on
Latin and Greek rudiments, was awarded
to Dolores yor, next in merit being G.
Wi-oliiih, F. Cordon, F. J. Sims.
The distribution of medals and prizes for
annual proficiency in class work was the
closing of the evening's exercises.
('ypsuin and Sandstone.
Among the recent additions to the collec
tions at the State Mining Bureau are speci
men * of gypsum from the Cuyama Valley,
ban Luis Obispo County, ami sandstone
impregnated with petroleum irjiu Pctroiia,
N. A. Anker, a jewelry manufacturer of
101 Punt street, has sworn out a complaint
for the arrest of J. F. Donnellaa on a
charge of felony embezzlement, lie alleges
that while acting as his agent Donnellau
embl'zzied jewelry valued at ST'JO '_.
. . - . ■II i'l ■ I
Awful Position of Some
Feelings of a Persia Near
There are probably mora peoole to-day suffering
from heart and klduey troubles than any other
form of disease other than thoje that are epidemic.
The great trouble with heart and Kidney trouble is
that the victims seldom realize their serious con-
dition until the disease has made such Inroads that
are almost uuthongbt of. Miss Anna Llndebald, an
estimable young lady residing with her sister at
1568 Ltudeu street, Oakland, suffered for years
from this complaint. During this time prominent
physicians of San Fraucisco, as well as Oakland,
prescribed for her. She, however, continued get-
ting worse, until friends persuaded her to visit the
Cosmopolitan Dispensary. She did so, and her case
was looked Into aua a cure promised and effected.
Miss Llndebald is happy to-day becaus* she is
healthy, and her case is only one of thousands that
have been cured at the Cosmopolitan Dispensary.
THE COSMOPOLITAN. DISPENSABV is a medi-
cal and surgical institute, founded with a lull staff
of EXPERIENCED and eminent SPECIALISTS,
for the cure of all diseases and deformities. Like
the great hospitals or Berlin and London, they
maintain an Immense private LABORATORY in
charge of EXPERT CHEMISTS. All the latest
scientific appliances for the cure of chronic and
deep-seated diseases: all diseases of .1 privat- na-
ture— "nervous dsblllty," Jack of youthful vi^ror in
men, the result of excesses, overwork or dissipa-
tion- POSITIVELY CURED. The chaws are
VERY LOW aid consultation and examination
FREE to those taking treatment. MEDICINES
"This Is to certify ihat I have
___%£_%£***__**, been afflicted with neuralgia for
JznjJ^'^i^', over 3 years, and could get 1,0 b-.-n-
-r_W^\si"''T* 'lit ant-l 1 went under treatment
fftjjt}y*^f j'-''*\ at tDO '"osuiopolliau Dispensary."—
*_ t *-**<_}~t '_) PAULINE VOSS, 2GIO Manchester
1 ¥** RPRnf avenue.
/ iff ** I tried several of the best phy-
\J^ jiff \ sir tans, but d uid get no relief un-
rfvT j. '•' 1 went to the Cosmopolitan Dis-
M*-*r J§!« P* sary."— PETES ALFRED AN-
*y/---****_Zs*V-^ DFRSON, \Sooi_ Stockton St., S.F.
/^*vJ__ej f /? " Alter other physicians failed.
H***m* w,m the Cosmopolitan Dispensary cured
mc." — MISS GRACE . SACHS, 4
Lewis st. S. P.
"Other physicians wanted to amputate my foot.
The Cosmopolitan Dispensary cured me sound
without amputation." —J. P. HANSEN, 211%
"I suffered intensely: sought medical assistance
to no effect until 1 called at the Cosmopolitan Dis-
pensary, where, under their skilled treatment, 1
obtained instantaneous relief, and am to-day free
from the ills for the cure of which l Was compelled
to appeal to their unsurpassed skiII."— FRANKIE
STEWART, 502 Bush .1.. S. Y.
" They cured me. 1 am now strong and well."—
DAVID Willi 379 Skotweil street, S. F.
If the staff of physicians at the Cosmopolitan Dis-
pensary cannot cure you no power on earth can.
Every character of disease treated. Sufferers from
Rheumatism, Consumption, Asthma, C ata Dys-
pepsia, Indigestion, Scrofula, Female Weakness,
Dafness, auy Sexual Diseases, Lost Manhood, Ma-
laria, Urinary troubles,. Plies, Bowel Troubles, or
any other disease, should call at once. Low charge?,
within the reach of all, combined with the best
Medical and Surgical skill.
CAI, TION. —Thn Wonderful Cures effected
by the Cosmopolitan Dispensary, com-
bined with ll»oi extensive advertising, has
caused some unscrupulous ph-.au-ians to
employ " steerera " or "doctor c->ppers,"
-who practice their vocation in our vicinity
anti endeavor to entice patients into the
-lens of Iheir employers. Beware of them.
Tie will approach you on the street.
- "' *a_k CHARTERED
Corner Stockton, Market and Ellis Sts.
Out-of-town patients treated with UNFAILING
SUCCESS through correspondence; one visit de-
sirable, but not necessary. Medicine sent, safely
and free from observation to any part of the coun-
try- Write for prospectus or send for symptom
blank to All out, and a letter explaining your dis-
ease, giving advice, etc., will be returned free.
Open daily from Ba. m. to 9 *c. m. Sunday offlce
boars, 9 to i.
gW Send 10 cents for the book, "Sexual Secrets,"
a work every man should read. jet-S _t
Who Value a Rgfined Complexion
tf-MTi- .n 1 _3—a *wi¥*--i7jTrr'" saaa a
. I'MkJi ■im iim mi 1 1 iiiii ■
It imparts abrililant transparency to tho
Skin. Removes nil pimples, freckles, and
discolorations, and makes the skin delicate-
ly soft anil beautiful. It contains no l.vie,
white lead or arsenic. In three shades;
pink or llesh, white and brunette,
FOB SAl_fi BX
All Druggists and Fancy Coeds Dealers Everywhere.
BEWARE OP iMITATiONS.
myll lm TuThSu ■
GLiBROII-H I GOLCHERc & o
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
£8 &41 calibres, fl Ammnnition.
Fishing Tackle, Tennis, Base-Ball
AND SPORTING GOODS,
UK. HOVE I) TO
No. 605 IVIARKET ST.
GRAND HOTEL BLOCK.
0.1 1.1. Oli SEND KOR CATALOGUE.
- my3l lm SnTuTh
____%s>*__ "We make more porous
«S*3i_ga plasters than all other
•SkftSjV makers in this country
m _W^l combined, because the
W*tJL public appreciate the mer-
>^W'fl^ , **>. ft that exists in our poods.
r &L » BENSON'S is the only me-
' _*, ri i * 1 dioinal plaster for house-
i •-' i) v II k°' < * U8e ' ft N others '•*>"*?
\-i'^ _» *I * weak Imitations. Get the
Wtu. I \ Genuine -
6EO. F. UMSON,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
4_6 Kearny St.. bet. Califoruia and i'lua
Friday.. .June 5, 1891.
At 11 o'clock a. Mm 011 the premises,
1324 FILLMORE ST., NEAR ELLIS,
v?:yV'*:...l will SELfc....
The Fino Nearly New Furniture of Residence
Parlor Set In figured raw' silk: Elegant Mantel
Clock; Finn urnaraent-: Lace Curtains; Pict-
ures; Center Tallies; Eastiaxo Walnut Chamber
Suit; Three-quarter Bedsteads; Best Spring and
Hair s_tst\\is**sts**m; i-'ino Blankets, Spreads and
I'll lows; elo^aut Body Brussels Carpets; fins
Rags; Handsome Hal stand ; Flue Hail and Stair
Carpets; Bed Lounge; Walnut Sideboard; Wal-
nut Extrusion table, flue China. Glass and Sil-
ver-plated Ware: Extra Fine Improved Range;
Kitchen Utensils, etc. -./..-.
. n* Terms cash.
*je.2t r GEO. P. LAM-SON, Auctioneer.
- AUCTION SALES.
Thursday.... June 4. 1831,
At 10 o'clock, a. sr., on the premises,
2137 IVlission Street,
....I will f*TTT
THE CONTENTS OF IHE JEWELRY-STORE,
MACHINERY, ETC. :■■■.-* •*
tfg* The attention of Jewelry Manufacturers and
Dealers in Jewelry it called to this stock.
C. S. LAUMEISTKK, Keceiver
lt of Tll'Si'N, Insolvent.
Of" Elegant Furniture, Carpets and Bedding.
M. J. SIMMONS". Auctioneer, -will sell THIS DAT.
THI'RSOAV. June -1. 18*11. at 11 o'clock a. st, ac
1057 MARKET STREET,* NEAR SEVKNTH. all of
the Elegant I'arior, Hed-room and IMuing-room Fur-
niture, Large I-'reuch-piate Mantel Mirrors: Mantel
Clocks. Fine Picture", Elegant Satin Itrocatel Win-
dow Draperies (made to order at a cost of $-00),
Lace Curtains and I'ortieres, English Body Brussels
Carpets nnl Ku?», Handsome I'arior Sofas, Divans,
Easy Chairs and Kockers in the latest styie covers;
Eastern Walnut. Cherry and «"ak Bed-room Sets,
with choral and French dressers; Spring and Hair
Mattresses, Down Feather-Pillows and other line
Redding; Walnut Wardrobes, Curtooieres and
Rookcases: Oak Pedestal Extension Table, with
Sideboard and Leather Chairs to match; Odd Wal-
nut Bedsteads and Bureaus: Single and Bed
Lounges; Fine Model Range, with extra fixtures;
Crockery, Class and Plated ware, and a large Hue of
otber fine goods, removed from the residence, 712
Taylor street, for ciiivenleuce of sale.
je* It M. J. SIMM Auctioneer.
HORSES AT AUCTION.
£ffr _____ l\_-_ /£?» j*z-**\\
TIIUKSDAT JUNE 4, 1891.
At 1 p. *_.. at
Sales-Yard, cor. Market st. and Van Ness aie. j
BY ORDER. OF
MR. W. MV COWARD, WOODLAND.
WK WILL SHI.*.
THE FINEST SADDLE HORSE
In the State, broken to all gaits, single footer.
Fine Matched Team of Rockaway or Carriage
Horses, Bays, and Two Saddle Ponies, thoroughly
broken and gentle.
Previous to the above sale— Eighteen head of
WELL-BROKEN HORSES, suitable for road or
It KILLIP & CO., Auctioneers.
Waldo Point Tract,
Sale on Wednesday,
O-XT-Nr-ES 10. 1891.
At tie Rooms of tie S. F. Real Estate EiGtee,
16 POST STKKKT, S. P.,
At 13 O'Clock Noon. '
WM. BUTTERFIELO. AUCTIONEER,
WILL SELL THE UNSOLD LOIS 15
ABOVE HENTIOKED TRACT.
Thirty minutes from San Francisco by steamer
and rail. Five minutes fr.»m fcausalito.
Beautiful Villa Lots
Free From Fogs.
Water furnished by the Company at reasouable
rates. Pipes now laid. Lots of various sizes and
frontages, as per Catalogue, station at the prop-
S*T Get a ratal* gue from the Auctioneer, Robett
Geortre, the Secretary, 11. A. Cobb, 3-1 Montgomery
street, 8. F., or Captain C. H. Harrison, Sausalito.
Sale Wednesday, Jane 10, 1891,
At 13 O'clock Noon,
At Real Estate Exchange Rooms, 16 Post St
TITLE PERFECT— lnsured by the California Ti-
tle insurance and Trust Compauy.
I.l* One-quarter cash; balance in one, two
and tluee years at 7 per cent interest.
THE SAUSALITO LAND AND FERRY CO.
1V*!1. KCTTEKFIELI), Auctioneer.
jel 5 »8 105t 413 Pine street.
I.F.HIHEII & C 0. f
Notice of Administrator's Sale of Real
Estate, With Wiii Animei •
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance ot an or-
der of resale .1* tbe Superior Court of the City and
< .oiiity ot S.<:i Francisco, State of California, made
ou the 9th day or February, 1891, in the matter of
the estate of DANIEL O'iIP.IEN", deceased, the un-
dersigned will sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in gold com of the I Hited States of
America, and subject to confirmation by the Supe-
rior Court in and for the City aud County of Sau
Francisco, State of California, on THURSDAY, the
25th day of Juue, 1891. at 13 o'clock m., at the auc-
tion sale-rooms of O. F. VOX RHEIN & CO.. at
5-4 California st., in said City and County of San
Francisco, alt the right, title, interest »nd estate of
the said DANIEL O'BRIEN at the time of his
death, and ail right, title and interest that the said
estate has by operation of law or otherwise ac-
qulreu other than or in addition to that of the said
DANIEL CURIE*-" st the time of his death, of, in
and to all that certain piece or parcel of land being
situate In the City and County of San Francisco,
State of California, and bounded and described as
follows, to wit:
Commencing at a point on the westerly line of
Florida St., distant eighty-nine (89) feet and three
(;*) Indies northerly from the northwesterly corner
of Florida and Napa street (now Twentieth street);
running thence northerly aionz tue said westerly
line of Florida street lorty (40) feet; thence at
right angles westerly and parallel with Napa street
(now Twentieth) one hundred ( 100; feet: thence at
right angles southerly forty (40) teet: and thence
at ri.ht angles easterly and parallel with Napa
(now called Twentieth) street one hundred (100)
feet to the point of commencement.
Terms and conditions of sale: lash in goldcoin
of the l ted States; 10 per cent of the purchase
money to be paid to the auctioueer on the day of
sale, balance on continuation of sale by said Supe-
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated Sau r rancisco, June 1. 1891.
JOHN 1-. JiORMLE.,
Administrator, with tbe win annexed, of the estate
of DANIEL ji'I'KIKN, decewed.
Tilus. F. BARRY, attorney for executor, N«-
Tada Block, San Francisco. jo td
0. 1 . HEI.U CO.,
NOTICE CF EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of resale of the Superior Court of the City and
County ot Sin Krancisco. Mate of California, made
ou the 9th day or February. 1891. in tbe matter of
the estate or KI.I.KN" O'BRIEN, deceased, the un-
dersigned wiil sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in gold coin of the United States of
America, and subject to confirmation by the Su-
perior Court in and fur the City and County of San
Francisco. State of Caliiornla, on THURSDAY*, the
25th day of June. 1891, at 12 o'clock m.. at the auc-
tion salesrooms of O. F. YON KHEIN * CO., at No.
5-4 California street, in said City and County of
San Francisco, all the right, title, interest and es-
tate of the said Ellen O'Brien at the time of her
death, aud all the right, title and interest that tbe
said estate has by operation of law, or otherwise,
acquired otber than or in addition to that of tba
said Ellen O'Brien, at the time of ber death, of, Ist
and to a balf-Jnterest in all that certain piece or
parcel of land being situated in the City and County
of Sau Francisco, State of California, and bounded
and described as follows, to wit:
Commencing at a point on the westerly line of
Florida street, distant eighty-nine (89) feet aud
three (3) Inches northerly from the northwesterly
corner of Florida and Napa streets (now Twentieth
street): running thence northerly along the said
westerly line of Florida street forty (40) feet:
thence at right angles westerly and parallel with
Napa street (now Twentieth) one hundred (100)
feet: thence at right angles southerly forty (40)
feet; and thence at right angles easterly and parallel
with Napa (now catted Twentieth street) one hun-
dred ( 100) feet to the point of commencement.
Terms and Conditions or Sale.— Cash in gold cola
of the United States; 10 per cent of the purchase
money to be paid to tbe auctioneer on the day of
sale, balance on confirmation or sale by said Su-
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated Sau Francisco, June i, 1891.
JOHN F. GORMLEY.
Executor of the last will and testament of Ellen
. O'Brien, deceased. -
THOMAS F. BARRY. Attorney for Executor,
Navsda Mock. San Franctseo. . je4
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FOR sale by 'J5 I'KR OBIT less thax ant
other bouse in elty; $100 upward: tines? estab-
lished last* ; gold medals awarded 1-S-. 1343. 1841
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WENDELL EASTCN, a W. FRINK, F. B.WILDE
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1 At Auction!
> f _. .:.*. TUESDAY, — ~
TUE5DAY.. ...... .:..*..'.7....\. JUNE 9, 1891,
At 12 o'clock mt., at
638 Market st, Opposite Pa!aca Hotel.
SW. cor. of Castro and State sts.— 4 iar^e and
handsome lots, anil only about 86 feet from Market
St.. at junction wiih Castro, These cbolce building
lots are eleeantly situated for choice dwellings, or
for business in the near future. Castro st. sewered;
gas and water in street: fine buildings surrounding
this location. This location must become a very
Important tradiug center; cable-roaik fr.tnchlses.
several of which center near this point. lie low-
ering or Marketst. rut and the extension to the
ocean is now under agitation, and wli-n complete
this property must be worth triple its present value.
The extension ot Sixteenth st. Is uo-.v an assured
Also lot on S. aide of Sixteenth at-, W. of Castro;
a fine sightly lot for a handsome residence; sur-
roundings line; do not fail to examine all or the
above property: a fine chance fur a big profit; lots
Pacific Heights Residence. BET
S. side (No. 1121) of Green St.. 139:6 feet B. of
Octavia; new; 2 stories; bay-windows: 8 rooms
and bath; electric bells: mirrors and tiled mantels;
choice neighborhood; fine view; street in good con-"
dition; cement stone walk; Uniou-st. cable: lot
Western Addition Residence.
E. side (No. 1318) of Steiner St.. 112:6 feet S. or
Ellis: bay window; 8 rooms, laundry, etc.: 3 man-
tels: 4 basins; papered and painted; large base-
ment; brie- foundation; tine flower garden; In
fact a perfect home; examlue te; Ellis, Turk and
Ueary-st. cars; lot 25xl0:';l • ....
Western Addition Property.
N. line (No. 2508 > of Kush st., 82:6 fee: W. or
Scott— lmprovements consist of front residence, 2-
story, 7 rooms; rear bulldlneof 2 tenements; prop-
erty in good condition: centrally located; always
rented: rent 345 per mouth: Gearv, Sutt r anil Cat-
ifurnia-st. cables; large lot, _7:6x1 37:6.
S. line (No. 1017) of 20tb st., 205 feet W. of
Guerrero— This is a handsome bay-window resi-
dence of 8 rooms, bath, lauudry. etc. ; ceilings fres-
coed: commands a hue view; is in the warm belt of
the Mission; Vaieucia-st. cable; lot 25x114.
Pacific Heights-French Flats.
B. side (Nos. 1733 and 1735) of lireen St.. 106:6
feet E. of Octavia; building contains 2 French flats
of 6 and 5 rooms, bath, etc.: rents $57 50 per
mouth; examine this property; Facihc-a»e. and
Cnlun-st. cables; lot 26:6x1 37 tf.
N. line (No. CG2) of Howard St., 120 feet E. of
3d: contains a house of 10 rooms: the location is a
bustne.-s proposition, and to-day would be occupied
for busiuess If properly improved; lot 20-j5.
Probate Sale — Downtown -Vest-
E. line (No. 502) Stockton St., bet. Bush and Pfne,
about 26 feet N. of bosh St.; new 3-story and base-
ment brick building containing 17 rooms; every-
thing Al condition; mirror maul els: electric wires;
eliaiul'iliers: suitable location for physician; unices,
etc.: lot 26x40:2;-terrns cash ; subject to confirma-
tion of the iTobate Court.
Probate Sale-Mission Residence
S. line of ISth St.. 21:10 fset E. of Fair Oaks:
choice location for French flats; examine this lot;
near Valencia at. cable; street in flue shape: band-
some lot: ready for building: lot 27x101; terms
cash; subject to confirmation or the r'roU.Ue Court-
Probate Mission Residence.
TV. line (No. 308) Bartlett St., 65 feet S. of _4th
good 2-story residence of 7 rooms and hath: must
be sold; Valencia and Mission cars; examine it:
large lot; 40x117:6 to orange alley; terms cash;
subject to coutirmatlon of the I'ro bate Court.
Mission Property— Large Lot. ©
NW. cor. Army ana Noe sts.; this Is an importaut
piece of property and should lie examined; a good
chance r«r a speculation; Valencia-.!, cable; large
Sunset Heights Residence Lots.
E. line llth are., 175 reet Sof I st. : two hand-
some lots in a district enhancing lv valuj rapidly:
streets in good condition; lots ready for building:
For catalogues, terms, etc., inquire of
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO..
.-■-rti"ii~er* (538 Market St.
"o*4 7 9 3t
I GRAND EXCURSION
To tie CoDDly Seat of tbe New
Formerly Part of Colusa County,
EXCURSION TRAIN WILL JLEAVE OAKLAND
Ferry, foot of Market street, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1801,
At 7 o'cloci a. m. sharp: arriving at Willows at
1- o'clock noon: Stopping at Port Costa. Dixon
Davisviiie, Woodland, Williams, Colusa Junction
To Willows and teturn from th • following stations:
*3.0 i) San Francisco V 3.00
ttl.Ctl) ". Dixon Sl ".">()
ti'l.OO Da vis ville and Woodland S2 i
SLOO.. Williams, Colusa, J'a and Maxwell. -« ■'.<«(>
Excursion tickets rrom San Francisco obtainable
at Easton. Eidrid-e Jt Co.'s, 638 Market St., San
Francisco, and from way stations on board the
j >v Free Collation
On the train before reaching Willows.
Upon arrival or the train we will sell at
ON* THE PBHLMISKS,
Fronting Plumas and Willow Streets, Mur-
Uuck and Marshall Avenues.
In the EAST WILLOWS Addition to the town
75..CH01CE TOWN LOTS.. S
25..CH01CE VILLA L0T5..25
Comprising from 1 to 10 acres.
A Choice Ranch of 205 Acres,
With comtoitabie house and barn, known as the
James McCune liam-ii, 5 mil. . -as: of £ lis town of
Willows and adjoining the celebrated Ulenn Kancb.
Elegant land for fruit, etc. Irrigation c.ia.il witbla
a very short distance.
Also a fine ranch Immediately adjacent to tbe sta-
tion of Lofjandale, tbe Urs: important station south
Of Willows, being NE. *,'_ of Section 4. Township 18
north. Range a west, M. D. 11. M.. containing ISO
For catalogues, terms, etc.. inquire of
EA-.TON. L OKI no X * CO..
A*-ctione»r*. HiiS Market St., S. K.
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