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EVENTS IN THE
SOCIAL WORLD.
The Marriage of Miss Edith
Clarke and Lieutenant C. G.
Lyman, U. S. A.
TABLEAUX AT DEL MONTE.
Several Interesting Wedding Cere
monies Recorded — Banquet
Given by Company — A Cherry
Picnic at San Leandro— Private
Excursion to Mill Valley — To-
Day's Doings -Personals.
June this year has been rich In weddings of
note. One of the prettiest of these was the le
mony at St. Luke's Church yesterday milting
Miss Edith Clarke and Lieutenant Charles G.
Lyman, Second Cavalry, U. S. A. Both parties
are well known in society circles, Miss Claike
having been a favorite ever since her debut last
year. Mr. Lyman is a popular officer, and his
departure on duty for Arizona will be regretted
both at lhe Presidio and In many civil coteries of
this city.
The pretty church was elaborately decorated
1:: view of the event. Most of the floral embel
lishment centeieo in ttie chancel, which seemed
filled with floating gauze of silvery fairness,
caught up here aud there with wreaths of Paris
daisies, the whole framed In spieadlag ferns and
green bamboo shoots. Seen at closer quarters
this airy construction was found to compose a
triple aich, deftly wrought upon a framework of
bamboo poles. The communion rails were eu
twined v.lib silken curds holding clusters of
golden daisies, tied with broad white satin rib
hot:, The prevailing hues, yellow and white,
weie repeated in the columbines and ribbons
adorning lhe pulpit aud lectern, and the brill*
lanes ot the coloring was everywhere charmingly
loucd down by a wealth of foliage.
The virtue of punctuality was very creditably
presented on this occasion, for It was not long
alter noon that the waiting groom and his
best man, Lieutenant S. L. Falson, U. S. A, be
held ti. bridal party approaching them up the
ceutial aisle. Every eye in the large assem
blage of liiend- turned toward lhe attractive
college. First came tlie usher-, brotber officers
of the groom, like hlin In handsome full-dress
uniform— Mr. L. 11. Strotber, Mr. Brown, Mr.
James E. Nolan and Mr. M.I". Mam— followed
1 v the bridesmaids ln pute white, carrying
' clusters of Marechal Mcl roses Ml-s Dora
Boardiuan. Miss Blanche Castle. Miss Kale
Youihies and Hiss Hope Ellis of .Marysvllie.
Alteiward walked the maid of honor, Miss
. Lottie Clarke, sister or the bride, and, last of all,
. the In id. iieiself, a charming tuuuette, escorted
by tier broiher, Mr. Edward K. Claike. As the
stratus of the "Lohengrin" march died away the
party bad grouped itself m unconscious pict
uresqne-uess before the Key. K. C. Feme, rector
of Grace Church, who performed th- simple
service most impressively. Then friends had
another ooijoi luuily lv admire tbe bride and her
train us Ihey relurued to their carriages.
cry beautiful was tbe scene prepared lor their
reception at the residence ot the bride's mother,
Mrs. Jeremiah Clarke, 2110 California street.
The main parlor was suffused with tne fresh
tiagranoeof sweet peas that seemed to flutter
like delicate buiieiflles about the tail canopy of
exotic ferns beneath which the happy pair stood
tr. receive the congratulations of their frleuds."
The rear parlors were adorned with agauihi,
purple Canierbuiy bells and blue larkspur, tu.
pettier with fresh roses, which everywhere ap
peared In abundance. The ball named with
gladioli and Caiina blossoms, and In the dining
room, table, mantel and buffet were richly ladeu
wltb sweet peas and white Canterbury bells.
Here congratulations weie duly ottered and a
delicious wedding breaklast afterward enjoyed.
A succession of choice concert selections were
rendered during the repast, when many aus
picious toasts were honored. The presents re
ceived by the bride aud groom were, as may be
Imagined from Hie popularity of lhe pair, very
numerous, and comprised jewelry of great value.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Lyman left during the
alleiuoou for a bridal tup lo Santa Barbara,
whence ihey will go to Arizona, where ibe
Lieutenant Is under orders to join bis regiment.
Among those present at the reception weie:
Mrs. Jeremiah Claike, Miss Charlotte Clarke,
Geueral and Mrs. Nelson A. Miles, Miss Cecilia
Miles, General and Mrs. W. M. Graham, Miss
Mary C. Giahain, Colonel Harry 1. Thornion, ,
Lieutenant Marion P. Man«, Miss Blanche Cas
lle, Miss Katie Voorhles, Miss Hope Ellis, Miss
Dora Boaidir.au, Mr. S. E. Tucker, Hiss Sadie
Ilule, Miss Mamie Hyde. Mi. Harry A. 111
--lams. Mr. Edward K. Clarke, Lieutenant L. U.
Strotber, Mrs. 11. Williams, Mr. uxuard. Mr.
.Moulder, Lteureuant S. L. Falson, Mr. It. H.
i ague. Mrs. Kills of Marysvllie, Key. and .Mrs.
J;. C. Fuute and the bridal party.
Notes.
The wedding of Miss Celia Jacobs and Mr.
T heodoie Homer, with the firm of Well, Baer &
. . Co., was solemnized last evening at the residence
of the bride's mother, Mrs. .M. Jacobs, 324 Turk
street.
The sectors at Berkeley gave their closing hop
last Monday. The music and programmes were
respectively much admlied. Following were the
cumniitiees: Floor manager. Harry Veazeil;
aids— V. K. Chestnut, Lewis McKeslcK, XV. H.
Dans and A. D. Stoney; Committee of Arrange
ments—a. M. Henderson, L. U. Hewitt, Miss
Josephine Chapman.
. Mr. and .Mrs. W. li. Cox of P.ed Bluff, who
Luve many friends in this city and Oakland,
celebrated their first wedding anniversary last
Monday evening.
**• a hop will be given to-morrow evening at the
F.I Monte Hotel, Sausallto. Mauy will attend
Horn this city.
1 in- Peerless Club give their Inaugural party
this evening at lliun.an's Hall.
The ma triage of Miss May Keefe, daughter
of Mi. ivichaei Keefe of this city, and Mr. James
Deuley of Uakland, too', place yesterday morn
ing at Star of the Sea Church on Point Lobos
aveuue.
The reception of C. L. A. 8 , No. 11, of this
. city, lakes place ibis evening at Union-square
Hail.
- - a reception will be tendered to Colonel Shatter
and he officers of bis command In lhe parlors of
tie Hoiel Vendome, san Jose, this eveuiug.
Tlie Sau Fianclsco Caledonian Club will bold
ils Mealy-fourth annual distribution of prizes
and ball to-morrow evening at tbe Mechanics'
Pavilion.
Tableaux at Del Monte.
Last Tuesday evening there was a charming
entertainment In a worthy cause arranged by
'■';-- Alice Tinier, Miss Alice Itutheiford aud
Mr. Alexander l.nlf.erford at Del Monte. The
piece de lesist.riice consisted of a series of tab
leaux as follows: The Artist's Studio; Happy
Days, Mrs*. Clarissa Hale; Yes or No? .Miss
Flora Dean; Cupid. Mr. Paul Sheldon; Evange
line, Miss Floia Dean; A Smiling Boy, Mr. A.
Kulberfoid; Psyche, Ml. Ethel Dean; Mignoo,
Miss Maude Goodwin; Galatea, Miss Flora
Dean; Ceres, Miss Alice Ruiheiford.
Each tableau evoked a storm of applause from
the select audience present. The pioceeds from
the moderate admission fees are to be devoted to
tilt* Del Motile Chapel Fund.
Considerable effect was lent to the tableaux by
the appropriate music played by Noah Brandt's
Oicheslra curing their representation. 'lhe
same orelrestia afterward furnished music for
the dancing, which lasted till late. Everyone
present expressed ll.err delight with tbe even*
ing's entertainment, which created quite a Utile
ripple of excitement among the guests.
A Cherry I'icdlc at San Lesadrn.
A very enjoyable day was spent by a number
of i lends last Sunday, on Mr. and Mrs. T.
Sacbau'l ranch at Ban Leandro. The weather
was Just warm enough to be pleasant. The
greater part of Ibe day was spent In the cherry
uichard and hay-;, eld. as they allot much
pleasure to all. Many games were played dur
ing tbe day. Lunch a-, served at 12 and cot
lee at 5. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
bachau and niece, Mr. aud Mrs. Casassa, Mi.
and Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. Helms, tbe Misses Ma
rie, Maggie, Katie aud Kosle Casassa, Miss Es
•***'.*•* Hrrr**, Miss M. E. McOowan, Miss F". Kiafle,
.Miss A. Kazan. Miss L. bkelton, Miss M. Helms,
Miss A. O'Brien, Miss Schumacher; Messrs. F.
and H. Schumacher, M. Owens, J. Murphy, (J.
Lorlug, J. Burgess, V,. Casassa.
The MaDir-Oaulion WetlttlDgr.
Mr. Beth Mann and Miss Maude Louise Haul
ton were united la marriage last Tuesday even
ing, Key. Father Akerly of St. .John's Episcopal
1 hutch oClclaling, at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. 11. C. Daulton, SM.O Magnolia street,
Oakland. The groom, Mr. belli Mann, although
a young man, has attained considerable distinc
tion In legal circles, and is spoken of as a man of
exceptional attainments.
The parlors were handsomely decorated. Tbe
bay-window lacing the street was convened
into a bower ot ferns aud evergreens, aud from
above, poised an outstretched wing, as if flitting
id and out among the boughs, was a Sock of
white doves which fluttered above lhe heads of
the handsome btide and the courtly groom dur
ing the ceremony. On the walls of the parlors,
In the corners aod ou the mantel shelves were
(on and baskets of roses. Hidden by a screen
* of lei us iv the rear parlor was an otchestra, and
as the bridal party descended from the upper
floor the orchestia played the beautiful wedding
match from " Lohengrin." The bride entered
the parlors upon the arm of her father, who gave
ber away, the groom following with .Mis. Daul
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. .Mann will spend ihelr honey
in..en In the Santa Cruz .Mountain?, where lbey
have secured a collage.
il,)* C lii|i ri) £ Banquet.
The members of Company E, Second Artillery
anient, N. vi. C, gave a banquet last Satur
day evening lv honor of their newly elected Cap
tain, Tbomas J. Lennon, at the Watson Cadenan
on Golden Gate avenue. It was one of the most
enjoyable affairs ever glveu by any company In
the National Guard, Fifty members weie pres
ent. Tbe hours were wblled away with songs
nod recitations and in discussing the elaborate
menu furnished by caterer Cadeuau.
Lieutenant T. J. Cunningham officiated as
toast-master and proposed the following toasts,
which were enthusiastically received and grace
fully responded to: "Tbe Guest of the Evening,"
response Captain T. J. Lenuou ; "The Second
Kegiment," response Captain Thomas O'Neil of
Company Gi "Company E," response Corporal
Charles Lelghloii; "lhe Old - Flag," ' response
Lieutenant Thomas J. Cunningham. The suc
cess of the affair was due to the ablo manage
ment of Corporal Lelgltton and assistants.
The following are lue names of some of those
present : Guests— Captain Thomas ,T. Lennon,
Captain Thomas O'Neil. H. J. J. Manning. Mem
bers— Lieutenant I. F. Cunningham, chairman;
Sergeant E. J Flynn, Sergeant K. Botieron, Ser
geant J. J. O'Connor, Sergeant N. Cohen; Cap
tain C. Lelgbton, Captain J. W. Bonuey, Captain
W. Gerkin, Captain XV. Latham; Privates J.
J'.vrue. C. Currier, E. Brandon, F. Sleeu, C.
Lomeltl, F. G. Manning, F. ilsnu, M. Mahoney,
H. Bristol, F. Condon, P.. Demerlas, P. F. Boev,
VY. 1". Muihe, K. E. Biyant, N. K. Soloman. W.
W. Wren. A. Stephane, G. W. Mcl'tiea, F. Baker,
I. 11. Genie, E. Ilelliiian. J. J. Mailer, 9. P.
Bluinenby, J. W. Leubardt.
Private Picnic at Mill Valley.
A private picnic was given by Miss A. Duffy,
Miss Kittle Gallagher and Miss Aimee Hort at
Mill Valley last Sunday. Games and dancing
were Indulged in until 12:30 o'clock, when the
young ladies invited all the assembled guests to
a must dellghllul lunch. Amouß the guests
were: Mr. J. Kilday, Mr. Bailey, Mr. G. Cava
nagb, Mr. E. (line, Mr. 1. Flora, Mr. E. Linden,
Mi. J. Cody, Mr. A. Clark. Mr. J. Denehy, Mr.
F. Skuse, Mr. F. Griffin. Mr. C. lleuu. Miss K.
Gallagher, Miss A. Dully, Miss A. Hort, Miss K.
Hart, Miss A. Haua, Miss D. Ctirley, Miss M.
Carroll, Miss M. Barr. Miss A. Featberson, Miss
A. Kieman, Miss M. Kleruan. Miss M. Melville.
la. 1 lie Coast tVcildnij-s.
Miss Emma Graetor of Santa Kosa and Mr.
Charles D. ii. Johnson of San Francisco were
united in marriage at the residence of Mr. Henry
Graetor last Sunday afternoon.
The marriage of Mr. Theodore Johnson and
Miss Emma Bell, both of Sau Francisco, took
place Sunday evening at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. Turner of Lorlu. Key. Mr. Jacks
officiated.
Mr. Charles A. Bailey, son of Key. (l. S. Bailey,
D.D., ol Pomona, was married to Miss Ella Vic
toria Bailey of East Troy, Wis., last Sunday
evening, the father of lire groom officiating.
The weddiug of Mr. Z. iv. g.-iii and Miss Jessie
Smith, daughter of Mr. J. K. Smith of Woodland,
look place last Tuesday.
A quiet wedding took place last Sunday at Los
Angeles, ilev. Will A. Knighton officiating. The
contracting parties were Mr. Edward F. Piano,
lunnerly ol San Francisco, and .Mrs. Maine A.
Lyman of New York City. None but Immediate
Iriends of the bride aud groom were present.
Society I'ei-sonals.
Lieutenant Van Dozen, First Artillery, wire
ami children, left tor Governors Island yester-
day.
Hi v. It. 11. Spalding of San Francisco was In
Monterey last week making arrangements for
Ibe completion of Del Monte Chapel, work on
which has been suspended for llie lime being.
Colonel Barilett, U. S. A., is at the Swanton
House, Pe«cadero.
Miss Helen Mar Bennett and Miss Grace
Dunsmore will come up from Los Angeles next
week to San Francisco to spend the summer.
Mrs. la. lain A. I. Wood will spend the sum
mer at the Hotel del Monte.
.Mrs. A. I. Dewey has engaged rooms at An
derson Springs.
Mrs. Colonel llandol Is spending the summer
at the S wanton House, Pescadero.
Dr. 11. A. l\. nipt. or is here on a short visit from
his home in Nashville, tlie guest of Mr. aud Mrs.
Harry T. Seagiave.
Colonel and Mrs. Shatter will De at Hotel del
Monte during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. f.cKilroy will sojourn at the
Hotel del Monte dining the season.
Mrs. (leorge Bundle, accompanied by Miss
Coniie Lord, is summer lug at Del .Montr-."
Mr. IL lt. Millikeu, after returning from
Mexico, will spend a lew weeks cruising in his
yacht, Hie Aside.
Mrs. .1. W. Ma-tick, Miss Llllie Mastlck and
Mrs. VV. B. Fitch, have goue to Sacramento and
l'enryn on a visit.
Mrs. Howard Barbler and Mr. Denman
Thompson's yuuuuesi daughter, Miss Annie
Thompson, will pass July at Hotel Del Monte,
Monterey.
Miss Jennie Blair of San Francisco has been
visiting St. Helena seveial days, and will soou
leave for Del Monte.
' Mrs. J. Siealey and Miss Ma Stealey of San
Francisco are at Anderson Springs.
Mr. Lawrence carulan ls at the Gilroy Hot
Sill! _■-.
MlssMaltle HeMabon of this city is visiting
Mis. i.. Bai ads of Stockton fur a few weeks, and
on tier return she will speud the summer at lhe
Hotel Del Coronado. .
.Miss Nellie Barber and Miss Emma Kelly
have gone to Camp Taylor for the summer.
The Misses liene and Ada Walker, accom
panied by their mother and brother Kd win, are
111 camp at Muss Beach, San Mateo Comity.
Mrs. A. K. Hill ot Boston, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Brandt, Miss Knyce and Miss Woodward of
Portland, Oregon, have been stopping at Del
Monte, the guests of Mrs. A. C.Bassell of Menlo
Park]
.Mrs. William P. Daingerfield and .Mr. W. R.
DatncerDeld have returned (rom a three weeks'
visit to I'ararso Springs. Monterey County.
justice Byler and family ami his daughter,
Mi-, I*. 1.. Uochnauer, and family, are encamped
iv Led wood Canyon. Judge Byler drives over
to Alameda a lew hours every day.
Mr. C. W. Weston of Sau Francisco is at An
derson Springs. •
Mr. Perry I*. Eyre will spend the Fourth of
July at tin* Hotel del Monte.
.Mr. I*. F. Kyan. Mr. D. Wynne and Mr. Steve
Fennel!, all of Vallejo, are al Anderson Suilngs.
Miss Jessie Newiauus has returned to tuis
city after a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. D. fa.
'latum at th* Hotel Rafael. -
i'lolessor E. S. Dour of ring-finger liberating
fame lias been lectin lug In Boston with great
success. He returns to this city uext week.
Mr. T. Mo. er and family, of Alameda, de
parted last Tuesday for Los Gatos, where Mr.
JVioser has purchased a place, and where they*
will reside in the future.
Mi. T.N. Henderson of Oakland has just re
turned from Anderson Springs.
A.iss Kate HcColjtan aud Alias Adelaide Mc-
Colgan are at Anderson .-print's.
Mi.**. D. D. Coltou Is occupying her cottage at
San l a Cruz.
Mr. J. c. Fosslnc and family of Alameda are
rusticating at f'acillc Urove.
Hiss Jeannle and Miss Blanche Cununlng of
ban Francisco are at Anderson Springs.
Mrs. Pairs Kilburn, wife of the Surveyor of the
Port, bas returned lv this city from a lew weeks'
visit lo Pacific Grove.
Miss Maud Bell is the guest of Miss Dora
Craig at Los Uatos.
Mis. E. Lilleuihal of San Fianclsco Is at An
derson Springs.
Mrs. F. t.. Adslt Is back from Monterey, where
she has been spending a few weeks.
Miss Bessie Colby of Alameda left last Satur
day to spend a few days with friends uear San
Jose.
Mrs. Fiederlck Bellmer of San Francisco ls at
Andeison springs.
Mis. George C. Shreeve and Miss Shreeve are
summering at Ben Lomond.
Mr. Homer H. Spiague, formerly President of
Mills College, and now President of the -North
Dakota University, is visiting San Francisco.
Mrs. Kalirs of sun Francisco is at Andeison
Springs.
Mis. E. O. Deming, Miss Alice Deming and
Miss Addie iteming are al the Hotel Vendome.
Mrs. L. W. McGlaulllu, accompanied by her
daughter Ivy, ot Alameda, Is visiting her sister,
Mrs Charles .Ma-ou, at Boulder Cieek. and will
probably remain there uutil after the Fount, of
July.
Master Earl Bancroft has Just returned from
Andersou Spilngs.
Mrs. O. D. Sherman and Miss Llzze Sherman
have returned to town alter a visit of a few days
to the Hotel Vendome.
Mr. Lieary and sou, of Oakland, are at Ander
son Springs.
Mr. C. C. Thorn will spend the national holiday
at the Hotel del Monte.
FALSE ACCUSATIONS.
The Foundling Asylum Is Prop
erly Managed.
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Mrs. C. B. Hutclilns, President of the San Fran
cisco Foundling Asylum and Maternity Home,
is indignant over the charges made against that
institution by Mrs. M. S. Logan, the ex-matron.
She claims that the asylum is well conducted,
and that the death rale there* is no higher than
In other Institutions of the kind.
She admits that ll Ib high, and. to the casual
observer, excessive, but tben li la extremely dif
ficult to rear infants un ai uncial feud, aod the
majority of the child ien received are found in
sucb a condition that ihey are almost certain lo
die, despite the besl care ami medical skill.
".Mrs. Logan was discharged last Wednesday,"
said she io Secretary Hunter ol the Society for
the Prevention ot cuieliy lv Children yesierday.
" She seems lo be a very spiteful woman any
way. Before we engaged ber in- bad Mrs. Mo-
Conabey, a most excellent woman, as matron, who
was ibe rlgbl woman in the right place, kind
hearted and neat In her ways, and kept ibe
Place in excellent order. But she resigned aud
Mis. Logau was engaged through Mis. Smith, a
member uf the boaid.
" Mrs. Logan made trouble from the begin
ning. She circulated stories that Mrs. Me*
Coiialiey bad been polsoulug babies with exces
sive doses of paregoric, and tried to Induce
patients and some employes to swear that her
statements were true. We dismissed her last
Wednesday, when she went off In a rage, threat
ening to nun i iv the Grand .1 in v thai children
were killed In the Institution. We are anxious
to have lhe mailer settled by an Investiga
tion."
secretary Hunter will inquire Into the charges
pre! erred by Mrs. Logan,
O.N AN OLD SCOKE.
f'rdi i-aI Election Supervisors Clamoring
for Back Pay.
In the year 188<i four hundred Federal
supervisors of election were appointed in
San Francisco and adjacent cities. They
were paid for five days' labor, at the rate of
$3 per day. They all claimed that they
should have been paid for ten days' service,
and two hundred of them pooled their
issues and brought suit in the United States
courts. The case was carried up to the
Supreme Court of the United Slates, in
which a decision was rendered in their
favor. The other two hundred naturally
want their money also, and have been call
ing at the Marshal's office Irom day to day
making inquiries about the matter. Mar
shal Long has no authority to pay them,
but agreeing finally to see what can be done
with their claims, lias written to Attorney-
General Miller for instructions and expects
a reply in two or three days. .
The Park's Latest Acquisition. '*.
Yesterday morning Officer 11. 11. Dobbin
of the park police beard an unusual noise
in the direction of the deer park, and hast
ened to see what the matter could be. lie
found one more elk than usual, but its ar
rival was explained by the maternal low
ing' of one of the females. The officer went
to fondle the mother's darling and place it
under his official care by being the first per
sou to welcome it to this world of sins and
sorrows, but the watchful, jealous father
was on the gui vive. and chased him out of
the inclosuro with more speed than grace.
George Rakeman of Snohomish, Wash., killed
a large turkey-buzzard recently. The wings
measured seven feet five Inches when spread.
This bud was the Hist ever seen In that locality.
TIIE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1890-EIGIIT PAGES.
OAKLAND -ALAMEDA.
Actresses Injured on the San
Pablo-Avenue Line.
Spring Valley's Assessment— Business Before
Marriage— A Central-American Estate.
Firemen on Duty.
Three of the lady members of the Wilson
Barrett Dramatic Company received pain
ful injuries yesterday while riding on a
cable-car on the San Pablo-avenue line, be
tween Seventh and -Eighth streets. The
ladies had just arrived in Oakland, and
Mrs. Belmore, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Car
son and Mrs. Cooper Cliffe boarded the
cable-car at Seventh street. The car was
running at the usual rate of speed, when
the front struck violently against the cover
to an opening in the roadbed that had been
carelessly left open. The sudden jar threw
Mrs. Carson against an iron railing, she re
ceiving an injury to the right shoulder.
Mrs. Cliffe, daughter of Mrs. Belmore, was
also thrown against an iron railing, and
her right arm was hurt. Mrs. Belmore
struck her knee ngainst an iron railing.
The ladies were removed in a carriage to
their hotel. The injuries of Mrs. Carson
and Mrs. Cliffe are not serious, and they
will be able to piny with the company as
usual. Mrs. Belmore, however, did not
escape so fortunately. When she was
taken to the hotel she was unable to walk,
and tlie injury to her knee may prove
serious.
A conference of committees from the
carpenters and contractors was held last
evening, and the indications are that what
seemed ready to grow into a disastrous
strike may bo compromised and settled
wit hunt auy serious difficulty.
SPRING VALLEY'S ASSESSMENT.
The Assessor of Alameda County, acting
on the advice of the District Attorney*, as
sessed the franchise of the Spring Valley
Water Works at 875,000— the value of tbo
real estat3 aud pipe lines in the county car
rying the water of Alameda Creek across
the bay to Sau Francisco. The water com
pany brought suit to enjoin the Tax-Col
lector from collecting the $1000 taxes, and
a teuipoiary injunction was granted; but
yesterday the matter was on hearing for a
permanent injunction, and was decided by
Judge Ellsworth, who dissolved the tem
porary injunction and denied the petition.
The company contended that the franchise
of the company is only assessable at San
Francisco, where its principal place of
business is. The District Attorney con
vinced the Court that, although! the fran
chise obtained by the water company is in
the shape of a general ordinance granting
to all water companies the right to lay
pipes in highways, this is nevertheless a
franchise.
U. Junoua. who died at the French Hos
pital in San Fraucisco on Monday, was a
member of the firm of Bidaehe & Junqua,
bakers, of Oakland. He was well known
and respected, lie left a widow and one
child.
At a special meeting of the Oakland City
Council last evening a lot of street work
was discussed and passed upon.
c. c. MURRAY'S ESTATE.
Charles C. Murray, formerly of Alameda
County, died last year in Guatemala, where
. he was in business, and his will in Spanish
was bled for probate yesterday, it ap
points his brother, James I. Murray of
Warm Springs, Alameda County, as execu
tor of tlie Calitornia estate, which is valued
at $8000, He left two coffee plantations in
Central America, and in his will he left
one-fourth of his estate to the church and
the remainder to be divided equally among
his mother, sister and four brothers. One
brother, James L, resides at Warm Springs,
Alameda Couuty; another, William Mc-
Queen Murray, resides at Leadville, Colo.,
aud his mother, sister and other two broth
ers live in Nova Scotia.
Joseph A. A. Sander, who had so much
trouble with the city authorities a few
mouths ago over the rookeries at Ninth and
Franklin streets, has concluded to put up a
two-story brick on the disputed territory,
and lias submitted plans for approval to
the Chief of the Fire Dr partment.
Five Chinese lottery meu failed to an
swer to their names in the Police Court
yesterday, and $100 cash bail each was for
feited, aggregating §7jo.
VEBY QUIETLY WEDDED.
Urmsby Thomson Thomas is a druggist
at Gulden Gale, or as C. A. Kliiikuer will
have it, Kliukuerville. He and Miss Ida
May Perkins decided to marry, but the
apothecary could not leave his store during
the day to secure a license, and he di.l not
want to ?,ive the fact uf the marriage away
by sending for it. So he and his Intended
left the suburb after the closing of the
store at 1' o'clock in the evening, proceeded
tn Oakland, bunted up the County Clerk,
procured a license ami were married at
Key*. Dr. Norton's residence a little before
midnight on Tuesday. The couple received
congratulations of their friends yesterday.
Bey. Dr. M. M. Gibson, pastor of the
First United Presbyterian Church of San
Fraucisco, who has a summer residence on
the Redwood road, just outside of Fruit
vale, met with a mishap in the running
away of his team at East Oakland on Tues
day evening. He was thrown out and his
buggy and harness badly damaged. He
was nut seriously injured.
The Police Commissioners have appointed
Charles A. llamerliu as police officer, vice
W. A. Moore, resigned to go to the State of
Washington.
SO POLICEMAN IX SIGHT.
At about '1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
two meu, supposed to be stablemen, engaged
in a fight over somo trivial mutter ou the
east side of Broadway, a little above Sev
enth street, and being about equally
matched, amused a crowd by pegging away
at eacb other for more than ten minutes.
Neither of them was badly hurt, though the
blood flowed from the nose of one of them.
There was no policemen in sight and none
a; i eaten for fully ten minutes after the
lueu had quit. The bystanders would uot
interfere, but seemed to enjoy the sport.
And yet Oaktaud is called "1 he Athens of
the "i'acilic."
Special Police Officer John London's res
ignation was read ami filed by the Commis
sioners without action, but later on in the
evening a resolution was adopted depriving
him of Uis star and dishonorably discharg
ing him from the force, it is evident that
the Commissioners intend to stand by the
"Czaretli Chief," as London called him in his
resignation.
Kate M. Thompson has been awarded a
divorce from William Thompson on the
ground of willful ;neglect. The court gave
the oldest child into the care of the mother
and the youngest to the father.
A lecture was glveu last evening before
Oakland Parlor, N. S. G. W., by Judge E.
M. Gibson on "Abraham Lincoln."
AN INJURED OOOD NAME.
James Baumberger commenced suit yes
terday in the Superior Court ngainst F. D.
Aril to recover 810,000 damages and alleges
that to injure bis good name the defendant
caused him to be arrested and taken before
Justice of the Peace J. D. Austin on a
charge of trespass. lie was under arrest
an hour, and although he demanded imme
diate trial the case was postponed, but on
the dale fixed fur trial he was honorably
acquitted. Aril failing to appear.
'1 he Directors of the Oakland and Berke
ley iiapid-Transit Company have decided
to use the Sprague overhead system. It Is
the desire of the company to have cars run
ning between Oakland ana Berkeley by
November Ist. it is intended to make five
minute trips in the city limits and ten-min
ute trips from the city line to Berkeley.
The track is now laid from Thirteenth and
Franklin streets to Fortieth street.
The Fire Commissioners have ordered the
Chief Engineer of the Fire Department to
place the forty-one call members of the de
partment on duly for the Sd, 4t.h and „th at
(6 for forty-eight hours' service.
William G. Watson, an Oakland gmcer,
has filed a petition in insolvency. His as
sets are small, while his liabilities are $549.
CONSTANTLY SHOALING.
XV. F. Board man, the civil engineer, calls
attention to the constant shoaling of Lake
Merrill, and says that in a few years it will
be nothing but a mud-flat if not dredged
very soon. Councilman Beckett says a
dredger could be built on the lake, and, as
the mud Is soft, the city could dredge the
luke for 5 cents a cubic yard. A dredger
could be built in ninety days, and 'the job
completed iv two years.: The cost of build
ing a dredger would be about $30,000.
William It ye, ''the Martinez railroad
magnate," was seen in _L,os Angeles on
Sunday last by au Oakland man who
knows him well. As soon as Kye saw him
he ran* through tho station building and
disappeared behind some cars. He was
unshaven and looked very seedy.
It is said that Mrs. Irwin, the widow of
J. S. Irwin, who was killed in the Webster
street draw-bridge disaster, - refused tho
offer of SfIOOO made by the Southern Pacific
Company for the death of her husband.
The suit of the People, ex rei. Kdson F.
Adams, against the City of Oakland, seems
to be dragging In the courts, and neither
side apparently desires speedy trial of the
cause.
Alameda.
£. B. Mastlck, Chairman of the Board of
City Trustees, Is. spending a few days at
Captain Floyd's ranch in Lake County. ?
: The monthly meeting of the Alameda Im-
PT*mri'iriii--ri-*rt-iilMi' l .. l -jiilri.i'iriiM*Mi ■!«>. — ii.nM,.iiii.niiiiriii., iff
provement Association has been postponed
from July 3d to July 10th.
Bishop William Taylor will leave next
Tuesday for Oregon, and will travel
through the Northwest. Before returning
to the scenes -of his missionary labors in
Africa lie will revisit his home in Alameda.
Over fifty property-owners were granted
permission at the meeting of the City Trus
tees to lay artificial-stone sidewalks in
front of their premises by private contract.
The contract awarded to Albert Kynoch
to lay a sewer in Eagle avenue, between
Bay and Sherman streets, has been re- a
sanded, as it was not signed within the
time required by law. New bids will be
called for.
The grading of Pacific avenue was com
pleted several weeks ago, and macadamiz
ing will be commenced in a few days, prep
arations for it h#vin« already been begun.
The I'uget Sound Lumber Company will
bring suit againslS. C. Baldwin to foreclose
a lien of S.SOO on his cottage on Morton
street. All the otlier liens except this and
another that were tiled nil the cottage have
been compromised.
M. P. Tarpey has captured the Demo
cratic club of this city in the interests of
James V. Coleman for Governor. Delegates
to the Couuty Convention will be selected
this evening. The aspirants from Alameda
to the State" Convention are M. F. Tarpey,
I*. L. Shoaff and Thomas Stoddard.
XV. P. Perkins, a deputy under Constable
Fassking, was tried before Justice Mook of
Oakland yesterday on a charge of embezzle
ment and acquitted. lie was accused by S.
J. Farrell of having collected $5 for him and
of failing to turn it over, but the evidence
showed that lie Had given the money to Far
rell's wife.
Berkeley, .
Judge Gleason will take a trip East this
summer during the vacation at the Uni
versity.
It is reported that Is. A. llayne desires to
go as delegate from this town to the Demo
cratic State Convention. .
The grass and weeds in Stanford Park
are being cut down, preparatory for the
Fourth of July demonstration to take place
there.
Special trains were run yesterday on the
local lines to accommodate the large
crowds of people who attended the exer
cises at the University.
The lpwer one mile of the new County
road is about to be improved under the di
rection of Itoad Overseer Uosvvell. When
this is done the road will be the most at
tractive drive in the county.
FRATERNAL NOTES.
Membership and Number of
Lodges in (lie Royal Arcanum.
O.lental Lodge. No. 144, F. and A. M., at Its
called meeting on Tuesday evening, bad woik
in the Master Mason's degree.
Bay City Lodge, No. 71, I. O. O. F., had work
In (He Initiatory at lis regular meeting on Tues
day evening. They will also initiate a candidate
next luesday evening.
King Solomon's Lodge, No. 2GO, F. and A. M.,
at a special meeting last evening had a ''raising."
The 1.0. .id of Corporate Duectors of the
Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W. of this State, have
been called to meet ibis afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the Grand Recorder's olhce on Important busl-
ness.
Mission Lodge. No. 190, F. and A. M., had
woik in the ii.i.it degieu at its called meeting
last evening.
Seven Pines Circle, Ladies (1. A. B-, at Its reg
ular meeting last Monday eveuiug initiated three
applicants, 'lhe ram pure to be held on Mond iv
evening next promises to be a success. There
will be plenty of beans and other delicacies iv
large quantities.
On Tuesday evening, July Bth, California Par
lor. So. 1, N. S. C. VS., will celebrate Its lllteenlh
anniversary at Odd Fellows' Hall.
K. Mills, Deputy Supieme Chief Ranger of the
Intlei undent Older ol Foresters, Instituted the
first court In this city last Monday night ami ap
pointed the following officers: James lllgglns,
C. K. *, P. McUonuiigh, V. C. It.; D. A. C. Posey,
C. U. Dr. \V. D. McCarthy, P. It. A. Mobbs, C.
The order starts with excellent prospects of suc
cess.
Tbe joint Ninth of September Committee,
V. S. vs. Vf., will meet to-morrow eveuiug In
Pioneer Hall, Lick place. The hall lias been
kindly donated by ibe (Society of California
Pioiiecis the Native Sons, In which to hold
ihelr meetings, alio It will be used lierealier
every evening for Ihat purpose until the close of
the celebration.
La Pat fane Union Lodge, No. 17, F. ami A. M.,
celebrated St. John's day with a banquet at ihe
Malson Klcbe on Tuesday evening last. Em
manuel Meyer, Master of the lodge, presided
and addresses weie delivered by M. M. Lsiee,
Grand Master, and William Johnston, Deputy
Ctatid Master of the Grand lodges of ibis juris
diction. The French Harmony Band, "LaUau
lol-e," furnished the Insliuineulal music, ami be
sides this there weie several excellent vocal solos
rendered by members of the lodge.
In ihe K. jal Arcanum there are now 106,024
i.. ii l.c; in good standing aud 1373 subordinate
councils.
The Grand Lodge of the A O. 11. W. of this
jurisdiction has levied assessments 10 and
17 for the nioulli of Ju'y on deaths 136 to
151 inclusive, a total of sixteen losses, appor
tioned among lodges as follows: Washington,
N. . 60, San Fraucisco, 2, aud St. John. No. 73,
San Francisco; lieliauce, No. 93, Alvarado;
Santa Ana, So. 82, Santa Ana; Sau Diego, No.
100. Ban Diego; Occidental, No. C, Oakland;
Wilmington, No. l.'Mi, Wilmington; Excelsior,
No. 126, San Francisco; Petaluma, No. 29, Peta
-liiin a ; East Los Angeles, No. 2*lo, Los Angeles ;
Fidelity. No. 130. San Francisco; southern Cali
fornia. No. 191, Los Angeles; Sierra City. No.
125, Sierra City; Memorial, No. 174, San F'lan
clsco, and Valley, No. 30, San Francisco, 1 each.
i I, is levy will pay for deaths reported to June
'.ni: last. To the dale of making ibis call lhe
whole number of deaths hat been 1726, and
assessments levied 227.
The uei-slone of the new Masonic Temple
In lie ctlv of Alameda was laid wub Impressive
ceremonies on Tuesday afternoon (St. Julio's
day) by M. M. Eslee, Grand .Master, assisted by
Charles It. Gritmau, Grand Senior Waid-n. aud
W. F.Perry, Grand Junior Warden. The Key.
A. T. Perkins acted as Grand Chaplain pro lem.
and Oswald Lubbock as Grand Secretary pro
tern. There were over 250 members of the craft
in line. Including Oakland Commaudery, No. 11,
Knights Templar, and me Masonic Veteran As
soclaiiou of the Pacific Coast. The Grand Mar
shal was J. B. Stevens of Napa. A poem written
for the occasion by Joaquin Miller was read and
a humorous address delivered by George T.
Biomley of tills city. At the conclusion of the
ceremonies a banquet was partaken of, at which
appropriate to sis were made* aud suitably re
sponded to. The temple when finished will have
cost lhe sum of $30,000.
FALL OF THE UASTILE.
Arrangements In Progress for the French
Celebration.
The General Committee for the celebra
tion of the fall of the Bastile, on July llth,
met at CIO Jackson street last night, Presi
dent Emanuel .Meyer presiding.
A communication was received from the
Gnardia de Juarez accepting the invitation
of the committee to parade on the day of
the celebration.
Reports were receeived from the sub
committees on decoration, illumination and
fireworks, but no definite action was taken
and further reports will be presented at the
next meeting.
The General Committee decided to give a
number of prizes, not yet selected, for
games for children during the day celebra
tion at Woodward's Gardens.
A communication was received from tlio
French musical society called La Gauloise,'
stating that the members would furnish
music free of charge, both for the parade
and afternoon exercises. The committee
was inclined to accept the offer, hut as the
society named does not belong to the Mu
sicians' Union it was thought that an ac
ceptance of the proposition would give rise
to trouble. The matter was deferred until
it could be ascertained if the union bauds
would play with the independent musi
cians. It was stated that I.a Gauloise is
composed chiefly of young French resi
dents, who organized a society mora for
pleasure) than profit.
President Meyer appointed the following
additional sub-committees, and instructed
them to proceed to work at once:
ltecei.tlou Committee— Raphael Weill, Edward
Godchaux, J. Jullieu, J. l.oth. J. Bergez, 0.
I'emoud, P. Iluiirlauo, J. B. Casadebat, I', do
Bauge.
Committee on Order— Captains Glraud, Des
champs and Eyre, U. Lutzen, I*. Clavere, A. P.
Bcllue, J. Deuwell, A. Delgrche. J. la Baribe.
Committee on Ball- 1". Si. Julllen.c. Kimassa,
A. Viiiuhier, P. llllie, J. A, Ueymond, F.
Candau.
TAN GAME RAIDED.
Sergeant tipilliuie raptures Fight l'n-
Kiinpeotlne Flayers.
Sergeant Spillane and Officer Dinan made
a clever capture of eight tan-players last
evening at 802 Dupont street. About sup
per-time the police squad left Chinatown,
but the Sergeant and policeman returned,
lt was suspected that the gamblers took ad
vantage ot the absence of the officers dur
ing meal-timos to open play for an hour or
so. Yesterday evening Spillaue went into
the basement of the place mentioned and
guarded the trap-door opening from above.
Dinan went upstairs and from the clicking
of tan buttons within . one •of * the rooms
knew that a game was in progress, lie
forced an entrance, but the "evidence" was
missing. The players sought to escape
through the trap-door, but were confronted
by * Spillane aDd s held captive until the
balance of the squad arrived. The buttons
and' peculiar stick used by the dealer,
together with 8333 in cash, wore discovered
hidden in the ashes under a range.
Ah s Whan, one of the prisoners, was
charged with conducting a t tan game and
the others were booked for visiting.
Could Not I.r 9.1 I lrcll-.11.
The charge against Rarael . Corlat, who
was arrested for | refusing to answer census
questions, was yesterday dismissed by Comm
issioner Sawyer. It appeared that the
enumerator had not seen . Mr. , Coriat, but
left a blank for him to fill out, which he re
fused to do on the ground that he could not
read English. '•". ' , _t_M_MHß__H___H_Bl___HM
ANGRY MUSICIANS.
The Independent Union Score the
Union Members.
Batchers Favor a Milk Inspector— Shoemakers'
- New Quarters Finished— The Holders'
Strike. .
At a meeting of the Independent Musicians'
Union at Music Hall last night, twenty new ap
plicants were initiated. It was decided to print
500 membership tickets, a number of speeches
in favor of freedom were made, aud Ibe "so
called regular union" of musicians was de
nounced by several speakers.
L. F. ileiiler said: '• I have oeen here thirty
. three years, and I know that most of the regular
union men In tbe bands can' i read English. I
was a drummer-boy in the late war, and 1 am an
American, It Is an outrage aud a disgrace if we
are ruled out and called non-union. We are as
much an A met lean union as they are. Their
fees aie prohibitory, so high that a poor man
cannot pay ibem. If we are not hired, If we are
ruled out, let us match out and play free of
charge, and carry the American flag over our
drums and Instruments. If the foreigners get
such a bold here that Americans and native sons
are ruled out, then, by lhe gods, let us go uu In
the mountains, as old 'Grizzly Wilson' used to
do, and celebrate the birth of freedom, wheie at
least the air is free." .Cheers.]
it was decided not lo play for the union bands
If ihey request It, unless tbe Independents are
also hired.
A striker Hires In.
Harry i.awenguth, a striking molder, better
Known among the molders as '-Freucli Harry,"
has joined lite non-union men at the Fulton Iron
Works, lie has been here for many years aud is
quiie well off. since the strike he has been earn
ing S3 GO a day at another business. It Is said
Ihat be thinks ihat the molders have no chance
to win.
President Valentine said yesterday that four
men had been gaiued by the union within twenty
four hours. Two of Hum came rum Pennsyl
vania, one from the Pacific and oue from the
City Iron Works. K___B
Boot and Shoe Makers.
Tbe Boot and Shoe Makers' While Labor
League was In session at B'nal B'rltb Hall last
night. Ollicers were elected, but It is against
the laws to give their names lor publication.
The Australian ballot was Indorsed, and resolu
tions approving the union of white shirt-makers
were adopted, The union will next meet at the
new quarters, Second and Mission streets, where
the Secretary will always be in attendance.
Muster .11 *t r I tiers.
The Master Mariners' Benevolent Association
elected the following officers at their meeting at
Union-square Hall last night: President, James
C. 1-schen; Vice-President, Ch. Meyer: Kecord-
Ing Secretary, L. Traiing; Fuiaucial .Secretary,
I*. A. Thompson; Treasurer, 11. 11. Birkbolm*
Trustees— W. M. Smith. John Simpson, A.
Fisher, H. A. Thompson, H. Kavn.
Butchers' Union.
The Sau Francisco Butchers' Piolectlve Asso
ciation met last night at B'nal ii'iltli Hall. It
was reported that many members of the Butch
ers' Protective Union have joined lire associa
tion, and Unit the misslou of the orgauizatiou Is
being carried out wltn success.
I' iileher-.' A Nfl.icistlon.
The San Francisco Butchers' Association last
nlgbt black-listed two men for selling Chinese
pork, and reinstated oue member who has quit
handling It. Names weie withheld. The up.
I .ointment of a milk Inspector and of additional
meat Inspectors was urged.
Brewers' Election.
Brewery Workmen's Union, No. i, was In ses
sion last night for the purpose of electing offi
cers. There were live Initiations. The result of
the election was not known at an early hour ibis
morning, j
! Steamship Sailors.
At a meeting of the Steamship Sailors on Tues
day night the boycott on Dunsmulr & Sons' Wel
lington coal was Indorsed.
BASE DESERTION.
A Defaulter Absconds Wilh a Wo
man Not His Wife.
11. J. Belter, clerk in John Quadt's paper
store, 1325 Market street, disappeared very
strangely without bidding his friends good
by. Sol only lias he absconded from iris
creditors, but lie deserted his young wife,
who is without means era home of her own.
bout eighteen months ago he married and
made a borne at 305 Tenth street. - ll is wife
was* happy with him, believing him a true
and good husband. Hut this was because
she did not know his conduct with another
woman.
" Tou are not looking quite well, dear
wife," he said to her affectionately just two
weeks ago. "You will take a rest and a
trip into the country."
The trusting woman was joyful and
thanked him for being so kind and thought
ful, and she went to Tamaipnis. Before
she left he took charge of her diamond ring
and watch for sale-keeping, and she did
not suspect his motive at the time. He was
to follow her in a day or two. Last Thurs
day a friend visited her at Tnmnlpnis look
ing for her husband. It was only then she
realized he had deceived and deserted her.
The house on Tenth street was "to let"
on her return and Keiter was gone from the
city, whither no one knew but himself and
the woman with hum he had kept com
pany, lie bad sold out the furniture, and
even went so far as to barter for a trill. i the
little mementos of a dead child, which the
mother prized beyond measure.
Heitet was last seen nt the ferries depot
with a young woman wearing bleached
blonde hair nnd flashily dressed. It is
almost certain they left town together.
William Ehrenofort, a carpet-dealer, who
has a store adjoining Quadt's, laments
Heifer's disappearance. Keiter received a
check for 830 from one of their customers
to deliver to them, but neglected to do so
before departing. Ehrenpfort thinks that
Relief may have received other money on
their account.
flow much lias been taken from Quaut is
not yet known. The books are still under
going an examination, and the firm refuse
to make nny statements until it is known
just bow the accounts stand. It is known
Irom otlier sources, however, that there is
a .shortage of about $2(XX). Better owed
two mouths' rent to Captain C. 11. Badgers,
and borrowed a valuable shotgun from him
ou the pretext of going out for a day's
shooting. lie borrowed money from saloon
men ami almost all of his acquaintances
shortly before leaving, and most of it is
said to have been spent on the frail beamy
who led him away from wife and home.
The police are looking for him.
- A Valuable ltemeilya
Don. Edmund L. Flits, tire late President of
the New York State Senate, writes:
" State of New* York Senate Cii.vmhkr,
ALBANY. March 11, 1888.
"I have used Ai.lcock's Pokovs Plasters
In my family lor the past five years, and can
truthfully say are a valuable remedy and
etlect great cures. 1 would not be without them.
1 nave In seveial Instances given some to friends
suffering Willi weak and lame backs, and they
have Invariably atlmded certain and speedy re
lief. They cannot be too highly recunimeuded."*
-*Tli« Call's" Premium inn-iries.
Tin*: Cai.i. has received another consign
ment of the "Allen " edition of Webster's
Unabridged Dictionary, which is being for
warded as rapidly as possible to sttbscJib
crs whose orders ate on file. These bonks
are substantially bound in leather, beauti
fully embossed, and in quality of paper
and excellence of workmanship are a per
fect marvel. *
Fob twenty-live cents you can get Carter's Lit
tle Liver Fills— the best liver regulator ln tlie
world. "Duu'l foi net tills. One pill a dose. •
Assignee Appointed.— Samuel Newman lias
been appointed assignee of Herman KolKtnao,
in insolvency, Willi a bond tret at $100.
m.
Fee I'latt's Chlorides to Purify
The waste pipes, closets, stables, etc.
tsommsm m tOmamtmammaa
AN Insolvent Di3*'ii.._.(sk_>.— Judge Kear
den has granted I'eter Vldovlch a discharge la
Insolvency. • . - • - *
ENRAPTURED
.'■ "Yes, my dear boy, I was enraptured. First. I
thought it was her graceful form; then her dreamy
eyes; but I anally decided tbat I had been entranced
by ber superb complexion." Tbla remark was
made concerning a young lady who ls known to bo
a patron of
Glenn's Sulphur Soap,
Which is the most wonderful heuutifier of
the nineteenth century, l'luiplea, lilotcbes,
Freckles and Ugly Eruptions vanish before tbls
POTENT PURIFIER
As mist is dispelled by the rising sun, leaving the
complexion free from blemish and
BRILLIANTLY BEAUTIFUL
FOX HALF BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
Glenn's Sulphur Soap sent by mall for .10 ,
cents. V. N. (IKITTKNTON, 110 Fulton
street, New York.TsagjgaßPB|fa|jgflOgß_Wß_gß
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" ' ■; AUCTION JSAXTES. .
AT AUCTION
BY
Yon Rhein&Co.
524 California Street,
THURSDAY -----JUNE 26, 1890,
At 13 o'clock M. Sharp.
Second-street Business Property.
35x80: 247 Second st., bet. Folsom and Clemen-
tina; lot) gin.?- of 6*4 rooms and large basement;
leased (or two years at $1 30 ; worth $175 per month
Sixth-street Business investment.
50x86: 425 anil 427 Sixth st., bet. Harrison ana
Bryant; rents $65; locality warrants raising and the
placing of stores underneath.
Also in rear, on Park aye.; 25x73: 30 and 30' A
Pari, aye. ; rents $33 ; always occupied.
Bush Street, bet. Mason and Taylor.
25x137:6; 829 Bush St.; 10 rooms and batb; large
finished basement; line view from rear of bouse;
location central and fashionable; $7000 can remain
on mortgage.
Valencia Street, near Sixteenth.
30x88; 510 Valencia St., bet. 16th an i 17th; store
and bay-window flat; rents tSO; tne choicest on
Valencia st. -..--_..',
O'Farrell-street Business Corner.
6Ux9O; SB. cor. O'Farrell and Lacuna sts; 50 feet
on O'Farrell st. by 90 on Laguua; splendidly adapted
for stores and flats; line view.
Oak-street Panhandle Building Lot.
37:6x137:6: S. line of Oak St., 106:3 E. of Cole,
close to stanyan; facing Uolden Gate I*urK : quarter
cash, remainder in 1 and 2 years.
Grove street, through to Ivy aye.
25x70. or 25x120 Ivy to aye. ; 625 and 627 Grove
st. and 625 Ivy aye., bet. Laguna and Buchanan;
rents »70.
Dolores street, near 24th.
33x117:6; 1031 Dolores St., bet. 23d and 24th;
house of 9 rooms aud bath; rents 4.12 50; brick
foundation.
Page street— Fine Flats.
25x100; Halt, and 832 Page St., bet. Scott and
Pierce ;'.! modern flats, ti Slid 7 rooms each rents
$62 50; choice location.
2110 Howard, bet. 17th and 18th.
28x122:6; 2110 Howard St.; handsome 0-room
modern liay-wlndow residence; stable, garden and
chicken house; sunny side; cable cars pass.
Clemcntina-st. Income Property.
23x80*. 76 Clementina St., bet Ist and 2d; 2 Hat-, 3
and 4, rooms each; rents flo; substantial brick
buildiug.
Eastlake Flats .Vicksbur;?, nr. 24th
26x100: 308 and 310 Vicksburg St.. bet. 2-lth and
25tb; 2 flats. 4 and 5 rooms and bath each; rents
$32; new modern bay-window flats.
Church-street Dwelling..
25x80: 1404 Church at.. 30 feet S. of 27th; bousa
of 7 rooms and bath; conservatory; brick founda-
tion; 8-foot basement, all planked.
Also adjoining on *J7th St.. 23:6x105: 407 27th;
hall or factory building; easily rented; both pieces
must be sold.
Pond-street Cozy Home.
25x80; IS Pond St. bet. Noe and Sanchez, 16th
and 17; 4 rooms and bath: brick fouudattou; ulce
home tor a small family.
Sanchez-street Building Lot.
25x105: W. line of Sanchez it, 28:6 feet S. of
18th; good location and must be sold.
Lots in Holly Park Tract.
30:11x100. more or less; SW. cor. Holly park and
South aye., being lots 56 and 57, Block 5, Holly
Park Tract. jel s 18 22 24 25 26
Real Estate Agents and General Auctioneers,
14 MONTCOMERY ST., S. F.
AT AUCTION,
'•'" The Residence of Geo. L. Brander, Esq.
IN THE CHARMING CITY OF
SAN RAFAEL!
NFAR THE HOTEL RAFAEL.
This Floe Country Home, so-met line* called
" i.i Quint ti," will be sold at Auction on
SATURDAY,
SATURDAY JULY 5, 1890
At 11 :30 o'clock a. x., on the premises.
The property contains abont 8 acres, and Is ele-
gantly Improved. Fine, nearly new residence or 9
rooms and i>atl_i. and three attic rooms; laundry and
pantries; fine cemented cedar, brick foundations
and ail modern Improvements. Stable and carriage
bouse.
There Is a large orchard of the most delicious of
fruits, anil the flower garden contains a large vari-
ety of beautiful and choice flowers.
In the nelxhborhood are the residences of Sidney
Smith. Esq* Win. F. Babcook, Wm. LUhtenberg,
Geo. I'age, M. 11. DeYoung aud others.
Thin in the choicest residence locality,
and the only piece of its size in San Knfa- 1.
For further particulars, catalogs, etc., call at the
ofllce of
G. H. UMBSEN & CO.,
14 Montgomery street, S. F.
jelO 29 jyl 5 4t
GEORGE F. LAMSON,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
420 Kearuy St., bet California and _'la_.
THIS DAY.
Thursday -June 26. 1890,
At 11 o'clock a. a. on the premises.
2516 California Sr., Be', Steiner and Fierce
....I WILI. SKLL....
THE ELEGANT FURNITURE OF RESIDENCE,
. . . .COMPRISING. . . .
One Kiel-rant Drawing-room Set. 3 pieces. Sofa and
2 Large Buy Ofafttrs, upholstered In black and
orange colored satin; Ultra Iteceptlon Cbalrs
and Rockers, in silk tapestry; Costly Pictures:
Ornaments: Parlor Tables: Body Urussels Car-
pets; Angora Mats; "J Kastern Walnut Marble-
top Chamber Suits: 1 Enameled Cottage Cham-
ber Milt; 1 Elegant Walnut Bookcase and .Secre-
tary; itest Spring and Hair Mattresses; Feather
Pillows; Bedding: Lounge; ._ l'edsteatls and
Mattresses: Willow ltockers: 1 Elegant Walnut
Sideboard: 1 Pillar walnut Extension Table; 1
l'lning Suit, upholstered In Kusslan Leather;
Extra Silver-plated Ware; Kitchen Utensils;
Harden Hose, etc.
Terms— Cask.
Je2s2t_ GEO. P. LAMSON. Auctioneer.
M. J. SIMMONS, AUCTIONEER,
WILI, SELL' THIS.' DAY.
Thursday, June 20th, at 11 o'clock A. ST.,
at 1057 and 1059 Market at., near Seventh,
all of the l'arlor. Bed-room and JJiiiine*-
rooui Furniture. Grand Kone wo l'i>ri_rlit
IMauo, Large French-plate Mantel Mirrors,
Odd l'arlor Upholstery, Oil Paintings anti
Eniri-avlnfrs. 'Upright Foldlntr I(«*«In, Parlor
C'ahlnels, ..nclish Itody Itru-^sels Carnets,
l-.tt*.. Kcinoveil from two * lcgantly Fur-
nished Houses for Convenience of Sale, .
.... CONSISTING IN* PART 0F....
One C.rand Rosewood Upright P.ano; Elegant Par-
lor Sets, lv satin brocatel and French halr-ciotb;
Parlor Lounges: Patent Ituckers and Easy Chairs;
Walnut and Marble-top Center Tables: Eastern
Walnut Bed-room Sets, with French dressing-cases;
Spring and Hair Mattresses; pillow.-, Blankets and
other Bedding: - Walnut Plate-door Wardrobes;
Chiffoniers: Sideboards i Pedestal Extension Ta-
bles; Winthrop Kauge. with Porcelain fixtures;
Crockery and Olasswarc; Hall and stair Carpets, etc.
Je26 It ■ ' XI. J. SIMMONS. Auctioneer.
RECEIVER'S SALE
THIS DAY.
Thursday...' -.... ........... ...dune 20, 1890,
At 11 o'clock a. x., on the premises, --T
CALIFORNIA ST., ABOVE KEARNY.
..'..1 WILL 8K1.1.... .
Bj- order of CHARLES KANKI.v, Receiver,
The Stork aud natures of a Very Fine
* Restaurant, Nearly New.
comprising in part: *
'JO Tables, 75 Chairs, Counter and shelving. Mirror,
Iron Burglar and Fire-proof Sure. Crockery, China,
iliass, Iron and Tin Ware, balance of Stock, Oil-
cloth: also, one lot of Assorted Furniture, etc. - - _ '
: CHARLES KANKIN. Iteeolver.
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