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THE SUPERVISORS.
Reappointment of Fire Co.umi-
si on ers.
Five Str.. t Eai'.way Franchisss Vetoed—New
Fire Limits Fixd—B.-ld Strikes
Hade.
The Supervisors surprised even themselves
l-ist nlstil at tlie neatness and dispatch ol tlieir
pioceedings and tbe early hour ol adjournment.
lt was a quiet ana orderly ses*lou from begln
nine to cud; no wrau_les, no flery eloquence, and
tew aiflerences. lhe elements ol hoodie and
jobbery were of course present and noticeable—
it could not be olhri wise wilh "the solid nine"—
but uot so conspicuously and disgustingly so as
ou most occasions.
The lirst matters of inteicst presenied were
the Mayor's vetoes ot live street railway fran
chises.!
____80_rS KoR THK VETO.
The order granting a franchise over certaiu
sucu-ts to Henry Moflatt, J. B. Heinstetn and M.
_ Eisner was vetoed, for the reasons that it
auihorizes tlie operation of the toad by means of
elect, ie motors, which Is clearly ln violation of
th.it section of the Civil Code which provides that
"in no case must peimlsslon he (-ranted to
pro. el cars upon such tractss otherwi-e than by
horses, mules or win ropes miming under the
vi..uud ana moved by stationary steam en
gines."
_M tliat firiy years Is too long a term for any
kind ol a lianchlse. This franchise 'seems to
have been granted," adds Ihe Mayor, "lor the
purpose oi Being up routes of travel, as it covers
some twenty different streets, or parts of
streeis." The opposition to tno franchise by so
many prop_it_-owners along lhe route is re
t-arded as a sound objection to it.
"Anoiher stione reason why the franchiso
Should not be grained is Ihat Devisadero street,
along winch ll is proposed lo juu lhe road, is llle
only wide siieel running across the Western Ad
dition, and should he reserved for a diiveway.
for which It was originally Intended. A railroad
along il would defeat this Inleulloo."
TWO _T___B VET.F.S.
B'Tlie oilier two veiues of the franchises granted
to this same company weie on suhstautlally ihe
same grounds, rue thud oue pro, osed to ruu
over blue diOeient streeis, uot oue ot which is
opened.
Tlie fiancliise granted to J. \V. Haitzell,
Ueliieud Joost au_ W. F. '1 bonus was also
vetoed on accouut of the clause I'lovidiug for
elecinc-niolor power and the term of nfiy tears.
The same obj.-.ion was uiged against the
SulUjr-sueet fiauchlse for an exteuslon of its
present foik street line. The vetoes will take
the usual course, mat is be published three tunes
and uu next Tuesday uighi the oiii.js will be
passed m spite of his disapproval by the dis
giaced "Solid Xlue.
REMOVAL OF GMiKACE.
When tbe lesoiuuou to award to the Pacific
Fertilizing Company lhe cmniaci for twenty
years lo remove the gaibage. offal, etc., came up
lor Baal passage Tils er arose and hatided au
amendment to tlie cleik. It Insetted a clause
l-rovidiug that the com.auy should not be
allowed to charge moie man 23 ceuts a load lor
SUCh lellH)V.il.
It will be lem-mbered ihat when this resolu
tion appeared at ihe preceding meeting Boyd
objected to it because It st.ted oo price to govern
ihe c- n |.;i:,v. and on his mutlou ll was sent back
to the Health aud l'o.ic. Committee.
The iMi.iu-i.ee made uo change whatever, but
recommended Its final passage as It oiigiuaiiy
appeared. But it was so appaieut a job mat tue
committee had not lhe courage to rush it
through, aud hence tiie amendment.
Before the amendment was acted upon Mayor
1 , j called atleutiou to the fact thai several
years ago the garbaffe men themselves did not
think It wot tii more than 15 ceuts a load to re
move debus, j lie snggesilou, however, had no
ellect. aud the order as amended was passed to
print
li will come up for final passage on the 23d,
andlbeMayo! can Hold It ten days, whicli will
take it lulu the next year, and by this process it
may probably be deieated.
______>*__>*_ thi: fire limits.
The oider extending the hie limits was finally
passed, and unless defeated by the .Mayor's veto
the new boundaries of the Ere dlaiiicl will be as
follows:
UommeoeiDg at the foot of Greenwich street,
tiienre we-teily to . ansome, theuce to liroad
wa-. lo I'oweil, lo -_ciaiu.iJlo.lu Mocklon, to
s-titei, to Powell, toU'Fairoil, to Mason, to El
lis, to Taylor, to Eddy, to Jones, luTuik, io
Leaven wot th, to ('utden Gate avenue, theuce
westerly to a point 137 *j_ ieel east of lhe easi. rly
line ol l.aikin street; thence at light angles
suutiieiiy, parallel witu au_ I'lT' _ feet fiom the
ea-terly line of L.irnni street lo .Suiter street;
tl.euce to a poiut l_7-_i leet west of lhe westeitl
line of l.aiklij strcei; theuce al light ang.es
southerly, parallel with aud 137-_ feel from the
westeily Hue of Laikiu stieet lo McAllister
siieet; [IHW-B to Folk, to Hayes, to Van Ness,
to Fell, to liank lin, lo Pace, io (£-___: tnence
lo Market and '• jaleada, lo Herinauu. lv .Missiou,
to Niutli. to Minna, to Sixth, to Howard, lo First,
to Foisom, to _teuatt, to llowaid, to the bay;
iheuce by the shoreline to lhe poiut of begiu
iiing.
Also, beginning at a point ou the c-nter lice of
.Stittei sttcei, distant l_7'.i leet east of the
easteily Hue of Folx st.cci; tlieoc running
northerly, parallel with and 137*. feet east of
the easterly line of Folk stieet lo Clay; thence
westeily along tue center Hue of Clay to a point
di-dam IGTV.: teet west of the weaietiy live of
Folk; llience at right augl-s southerly, parallel
with and 137-i feet fiom the we-t>-rly Hue of
Folk to Sutler; iheuce easterly along ihe center
Hue of bu'ter to the point of commencement.
'1 ins .jelei fuither provides that every person
who iv good faith has eutered luto a contract
prior to passage toi th" erectiou of a bunding
other than that contemplated by Order Mo. 1917,
shall be peruihied lo erect the sajne in accord
ance wltn me terms ol meir conliacl, it at the
time the coutiact was entered into me erection
of tlie building contemplated by the contract
would have involved a violation of law or toe
oiders of tne board iheu in foi cc, aud provided
that the actual woik under such existing con
tracts is to be commenced withiu six mouths
after the final passage of the Older kud ptose
cuied In good faun lo completion.
STEALING A "SNEAK."
The dlsposillou of the wiped-out Buckley gang
to steal ever, available "sueak" on Hie lucomlug
admlnistiation Is being aided by the "solid
Mi..-" whoever il Is possible, and two or three
desperate bluffs were made last night.
One of the-, was iv a resolution appointing
v.. B. Wilsbite, b. l;. Mauu aud Maurice
Schnuit Fue Commissioners for a term ol four
years from the first Mouday In July, ISO..
The Mayor looked confus-d as could be when
ttin re-oiutiou was ieaa. <_iadu-lly his confu
sion developed luto a broad smile, aud as if
wishing to find out if his ears bad uot deceived
hiiu, he asked upon what auihoi Ity those ap
pointments were made.
" Cnder au older of this board," replied Barry,
" establishing a lully paid fire department."
The Maj m's smile continued lo develop till lt
became a lull Hedged laugh, but he put the reso
lution, and ll was carried, Wright ana 1...ci.
voitijg ..,.,..-, it.
Il is understood that this Is, Id tlie ordinary
stieet vernacular, a "bluff," pure aod simple, be
cause a similar jesoiiuiun was passed last spring,
tested In Judge -battels depaitmeut and ruled
out, and Is now on appeal to the Supreme court.
ANOTHER ROLII strike.
The next bold strike was the appointment of
Daniel J. Uoidou Clerk ul tue Justices' Courts
for the ensuing two years, alter having accepted
ihe resignation ot Mai ion A. Wilson, l.i.euie
ended tne ouly vote against mis appointment.
A lesoluttou was next passed declanug vacant
the pusiuon uf jaultor of the Justices Court,
held by Edward Kney. and appointing Frauk
AlcC'ariick lor me ensuing ijvo years.
A resolution was adopted declaring closed
tbat poitiou of Laurel avenue between FrankHu
and (iough, Turn and Eddy streets.
'lhe to'iimtssionejs foj the Fosl-slreet exten
sion lo 1-iisi avenue filed their bonds, aud they
weie appioved, as follows: Hugh Crummy
sureties T. J. Lowoey and John Moholy;
Thomas li. raiser, sureties lleury V'orraih and
(ieoigi- Flctchei; Joseph A. Kelly, suiely
_______ W. Bianuan. lioud, Jo 000.
The same couise was takeu with the Market
street extension Commissioners: J. J. Scrivner,
sureties T. J. Cbadbomue and J. C. Heaien; W.
J. Bry;,n, sureties Clmiies A. Worth and John
W. McDonald: M. Fallon, sureiles William Mc-
Maun and 1. W. Lees. Bund, $5000.
ac<:epta_,-(;e or a deed.
The resolutiou accepttug the deed from lieli
rend Joost and John J. Meehau fur a strip of
land thirty feet wide, from Clara stteel to Fark
Lane Tract, was oidered passed to print.
The I'olut Lobos Improvement Society submit
ted a communication i.commeuding tlie appoint
ment nf („ J. Bohen, C. Haswell aud John Law
as Commissioners for tlie opening and extension
of Twenty-fourth aad Tweuty-filth avenues from
Lake stieet north to the oceau.
Catherine Mahouey tii d a petition to bave
Lilly avenue, in Western Addition Block 2-7,
expunged from the official map, and jt was leiei
jed to lhe bitreel Committee.
I>KUM_J_-i PARK-NTS.
A Sad Cnae of Their Inhuman Neglect
.nd Depra.itv/.
Peter Carroll was arrested at an early
hour yesterday morning with his wife aod
four children, aud all were taken to the City
Prison. Carroll and his wife were charged
with cruelty to children, while their little
cues, the ehiest of whom is not quite 9 years
of age, were detained temporarily until the
Society for tlie Prevention of Cruelty to
Cliililreu took charge of tbem.
Tina miserable familj lived in a basement
ou Authonv street, near Mission, in wretch
edness, lil li and the poveriyof a drunkard's
home. Carroll himself bas been in prison
before for his cruel neglect of his children.
It is said by the police officers that he drinks
liabitu:illy to excess, joined by his wife. On
these occasions, whieii are almost daily, the
children are allowed to run about the streets
linli-oak-d audfamisliing from hunger.
Ye-terday morning husband and wife
were lound in a drunken light, while the
children roamed around the street almost
naked.
Lleensnv] Tsi- Payers.
T-l.— T :.— , rr, • _- .
me Licensed lax-payers' Union met at
Calilomia Hall, 417 Ki-arny street yester
day afternoon, R. Martiu presiding, and
elected tlie following officers for tho ensuing
ti-rm: President, F. Braudt; Vice-Presi
dent, Steinman; P. Secretary, J. W. Spen
cer (incumbent); Treasurer, F. Kakeman
(incumbent); Marshal, C. E. Carlson; Ser
geant-at-Arms, G. Berg: Board of Trustees
- William M. Sears, William Gilbart and
William Peterson. ■>
Ch-uinuqiia Lecture.
Under the auspices of the Pacific Grove
Chautauqua Assembly, a meeting held last
fTirtil_*_ ut ibe Firs* Presbyterian Church,
corner of Van Ness avenue and Sacramento
street, was addressed by Mrs. Mary 11. Field
of San Jose, the mother of Chautauqua
work on the Pacific Coast. The subject of
Mrs. Field's lecture was "Geffrey Chaucer,"
to whom she referred as the * Father of
English Poetry" and the "abstract and
chronicle" of the spirit of the nee in which
he wrote.
HATCHET AND CLUB.
Murderous Assault Upon Ex-
J-iil'-i* Rogers.
" Now you take your medicine."
These words aroused John Rogers, the ex-
Chief Jailer, as he was dozing on a lounge
last night in Thomas Coyne's house ou Scot
land street, a small thoroughfare running
from Filbert, between Mason and Powell.
Rogers had scarcely opened his eyes when
he received a heavy blow on the side of the
head. Coyne was standing overhlm with a
club in one hand and a hatchet in the other.
Boners was momentarily dazed by the blow,
but retained sufficient presence of miud to
avoid a full stro(p from the hatchet. The
edge of the instrument, however, grazed his
face and cut away a small piece of llesh.
The ex-jailer then sprang to his feet
and grappled with his assailant, securing
possession of the club and the more danger
ous weapon. Coyne, who wits maddened
with liqtmr, still showed light, and Rogers
used the club with such forcible effect that
bis antagonist was soon lying unconscious
on the floor, with blood pouriug from four
ugly scalp wounds.
Rogers left the house and reported the
case at the Central Station. The patrol
wagnu brought back Coyne and his wife,
the latter being uuder the influence of
liquor. Mie was locked up for drunkenness
and her husband's injuries were dressed in
the Receiving Hospital. He was subse
quently charged with assault to commit
murder.
Rogers' version of the circumstances con
nected with the assault was as follows:
Coyne is a sailor boarding-house runner, aud
Monday night became so drunk that he was
iucapableol takiugcareof luuiseli. Rogers,
who knew hiiu well, volunteered to guide
tiie inebriate to his home. Coyne insisted
upon l.'-gers remaining over ni_ht in the
In use, nn.i as the street-cars had ceased
running the ex-Deputy Sheriff Consented to
dost. Rogers remained at the Coyne resi
dence yesterday, aud the head of the house
.otitiutted to drink heavily. Rogers also
drank to some extent, but claims he was not
affected by the liquor. During tbe day
Coyne assaulted his wife, blacking her eyes,
but Rogors did not interfere, lv the after
noon R.-gers fell asleep on a louugo and was
awakened by the attat-K ujion him.
According to Rogers the prisoner bears a
hard record, having kilted a man in New
York and served time iv San (.ueutin f.jr
murderous assaults.
Sogers served soveral terms as Chief
Jailer at the County Jail under Democratic
admiuistiations. fie obtained unenviable
fame during his term of office as chief hang
man in a number of notable executions at
the jail.
PRIZE LIST.
"tViiiuiu- Nnmbers in ibe December
l*-r*>wJDg of the Lo-lßinua State
L_._r.___-,
At the December drawing or the Loulslaua
State Lotteiy, held at Itew Oileaus yesterday,
tho roilnwhit* numbers drew the leadioe piizes:
Ko. 47,411 drew the capital pri.e of $000,000,
held In Wushingtou, New York, New Orleaus,
Brooklyu, Chicago, Columbus and {Colombia,
Ceu'ial America; No- 4.58 drew the secoud
prize ot $200,000, sola iv Boslou, Philadelphia,
Chicago. Sort-report, S.iu Antonio and Dallas,
Tex., Dcci Lodee, Mont., Tiuckee, Cal., aud
Toionto, Ontaiio; No. _4._UO look tbe Ihud
prize of f 100,000, soid tn New York, Boston,
Clucaiio, BpriDgfield, 111., Fort Wonh ana Sau
Auiuijio, le^., Noiboine, Mo., Shrevepori, La.,
ana 'Tiuckee. Cal.; Nu. *J*i.BSl drew the louilli
pnze ol . oO.OOU, sold iv Washington, New Or
lei.us, San Fiancisrn and liidlo. Cal., Boston,
Chicago. Cenuaiia. 111., Waco, 'lex., aud I'iue-
RJ>pt_,____; Nos. 3933 and 20,241 each diew
$20,000. 'Tlie followiiiß uuinl.eis each uieiv
$10,000: O'J.Oi". ."4 4oli, 7C.591, 77.U-.J7.
86,_._, Tne [oilovmit: uuinbe.s each drew
tSOOO: 9130.10,104. 1_.1_3, L'l.'_4l. .;-.:iD4,
56,752, 06,513, i;s,'_>>3. 69,976, s:i,ulO. lhe
following numbers eacu view $-000: ijutso,
07"i". 11,616, 17..'!57.
Remember that Hie payment ot all prizes Is
pu.u.iiiieed by luur national banks in New Or
leans, and tlie tickets are si_ucd by the President
o( au iiistitulluu whose chaitered n„h s aie
recognized iv the hii*hest courts; theroiore. be
tv.oe ol auy uuiiailou_ oi auouynioils .chumes.
CLOSING EXt-RUSES.
They Are Held at tlie South CoHJUopoli-
tan School.
The closing exercises of the eighth grade,
South Cosmopolitan (irainmar School, Mr.
Shuck, teacher, were held yesterday at the
school. It was a sticce.>sfui and creditable
event. The following program me was ren
dered hy the tla-- :
_oog, by class, " Mount Wruon Hells"; essay,
"Ciiii-Uoa.," Hairy (Jversll.el; vocal ?.ulo. ■' In
Old ■ ii.i ■'.." Emily llauoer- recitation. " lLe
Biidge," Otto Giuobaum; quartet, Auuie Vadro
(piauo), Lawrence IlnQjiiaD (tlutej, Moses AUler
ttir«l vlollu), Louis Browmtoue (second violin);
recitation, -Mi«« KdltC Makes Another Fiisnd,"
Jeonv Meyer; vocal solo. "Alice. Where Art
Thou."' Johu jaanel; reading, "Maud Muller."
Heibert Cuuk; "Maud .Mtui.j" (p.nod-f.), Mabel
Wise; violiu solo, Alice Gieeubamn; jeadtug.
"Uuder thi- I>atsie«." Allied ttiel; maudo'.lo
solo. May Liphlit, Sam _opu;r fplano); essay,
■•hi.-ei'*"-! mil." Romeo Son; comic recitation,
..■un i.upper; duet, .come Johanseu ami FrauK
Ituppel.
HE HAD RO "FULL."
"Brick" HoPlieraon'.' Political Schemes
> t.'omti to Grief.
The preliminary examination of Alexan
der McPherson, alias "Brick," was resumed
yesterday before Judge Itix. McPherS' nis
accused of swindling Mrs. Mary McDonald
out of $235.
Mrs. McDonald was recalled to the wit
ness-stand. She testified that she had re
ceived a letter from the defendant beggiug
her to-be patient witn him, and in a short
time he would pay the borrowed money
back. The letter was introduced as evi
dence.
School Directors Ford and McDonald tes
tified that McPlierson's statements that he
bad iuflueuce with them in order to swindle
School Department employes was entirely
false.
. Further hearing of the case was continued
until this afternoon.
PERSONAL NOIJSS.
M. D. Foley of Nevada is quartered at the
Palace.
VV. F. Fisher, tlie Calistoga vineyardist, is
at the Lick.
Joseph Euright of San Jose is domiciled
at the Grand.
E. S. Barney of Drytown is stooping at
the Baldwin.
E. J. Niles of Los Augeles is at tlie Palace
with his wife.
C. T. Jones of Sacramento is spending a
few days at the Grand.
J. H. Neff of Colfax is in the city. He
registered at the Palace.
D. L. Ryder, the San Jose attorney, ar
rived at the Grand last night. •
E. J. Wilson, the Vallejo banker, regis
tered last night at lhe Granu.
J. F. Parks, a mining Superintendent
from Amador, is at the Granij.
Mrs. Ed R. Hamilton of Sacramento is
stopping at the Hotel Pleasanton.
J. A. Clayton came down from Sao Jose
last uight. He is at the Calilomia.
T. 1). McKay has returned to the Occi
dental from his late vi-.it to Denver.
Captain George C. Kemy of the cruiser
Charleston is stopping at tlie Palace.
Mrs. S. A. Jones and Jliss M. B. Goss, of
Xew York, are at the Hotel Pleasanton.
R. H. Wnrfiela, a banker of Healdsburg.
is among the guests at the Occidental.
C. B. Mucker, Assistant Superintendent
of Streets in Los Angeles, is a guest of the
Occidental.
Thomas 1). Parker and wife of New York
are iv the city and registered at the Hotel
Pleasanton.
The N»- „■ Ferry Depot.
Operations will soon be begun at tbe foot
of Market street by the Harbor Commission,
and iv the near future a handsome depot
will occupy the site of the present build
ings. Meanwhile traffic will not be inter
fered with materially. The depot will be of
two aod three stories, built of iruu, steel,
glass and concrete, with very little wood
used—no more being used than is necessary.
The dimensions will be about 800x150 feet-
There will be a ceutral elevation to be nsed
as a cluck-tower. All the ferries will use
one building, which will be ample to accom
modate all there are. It will cost over half
a million, and will be reached by passengers
over a steel bridge extending to the west
side of Sacramento street and connecting di
rectly with the upper decks of steamers.
The School of Incl Dairy.
The corner-stone ol tbe Preston school ot
Industry near lone City, Amador County,
will be laid next Tuesday morning at 10:30
o'clock. A large number of invitations have
been issued by the State Prison Directors,
so the attendance at the ceremonies wili
likely be large, ln case of rain the cere
monies will be postponed indefinitely. Ar
rangements have been made whereby the
guests may return to San Francisco after
tbe ceremonies, arriviug at 8:45 o'clock
that evening.
The most triiliu-* csuses often bring on a cold, but
Dr. Bull's Cough syrup will cure It.
The dealers recommend and tbe people buy
Sal ration Oil, the great pain cure. '.. cents.
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
OAKLAND-ALAMEDA.
A Report Filed by tbe Countj
Grand Jury.
Graduates of the High School—Ko Change
Noted in the Btrikc—A Propo.-ed Mar
ket Building— Appointment!.
The Grand Jury filed its report yesterday
and was discharged. It junketed around
among the various State and county institu
tions and gave them clean bills, lt found
that the new Unitarian Church is five feet
on the sidewalk at Fourteenth and Castro
streets, instead of three as permitted by tbe
City Council, and condemned the Council
for giving its permission to use that much
of the property of the public. It recom
mended that the proper authorities take
steps to remove tue obstructions. It found
the office of the County Clerk aud
Auditor in a confused condition,
and some of the records of the
Board of Supervisors in an incomplete state
since October, ISB9. It stated that the
present County Clerk nnd Auditor is at
work placing everything in proper shape.
The recommendation was made tliat the
portion of the charter providing for the
Board of I'ubllc Works be repealed or the
Mayt't sh«>uld appoint members especially
fitted for the position who would devote
tlieir time to the duties lor the pay allowed.
It did not think tlie jail should ever be left
in the charge of one mnu. It believed tliat
the advertising of street work should be al
lowed the fullest competition. It recom
mended the appointment as a Superintend
ent at the Home for the Adult Bliud of a
man who could see instead of a blind man
as at present.
The expenses of the jury were about
53500. Tlie per diem anil uiiloago alone
was ovc* S2OOO. It did not find one indict
ment One of its members admitted that
the system was a good deal of a farce, and
tbat the juries are generally dominated by
one or two. The entire work of the nine
teen men could have been accomplished by
four or five, and the expense to the people
would have been three-fourths less.
The jury complimented the Chairman, W.
T. Gibbs, by presenting him with a gold
headed cane, and tlie Secretary with a gold
chain and locket.
_________ STREET OPENING.
The suit of Edward Gill, the nurseryman,
against Uie city of Oakland was ou trial yes
terday before Judge Greene. The plaintiff
demurs to the award of damages allowed
him by the Commissioners for the opening
of Filbert street, through his nurseries, be
tween Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth.
It was in testimony yesterday that the value
of plants, green-houses, et-., now iv the pro
posed street is $10,407, at wholesale prices,
and that a number of large plants, valued
at about 84000, including large magnolias
and camellias, could not be removed without
total loss. This waa testified t.i by nn old
nurseryman of San Francisco.
The Board of Public Works la9t evening
appointed Frank C. Sessions Deputy Super
intendent of Streets and F. L. Bates Clerk
in the oflice of the Superiutendent of
Streets.
Secretary Theobald of the Humane So
ciety lias received a report of destitution of
a family living iv a barn-lolt. The name is
jiiven as Barbere.
nion school graduate-*.
At the couiiiiouceiueiit of tne Oakland
High School at the first Congregational
Church last evening the usual large at
tendance was present, tlie e'liliee being
filled to overflowing. The following are the
gnul. tttes: W ortltO. Aikeu, Bryan Bradley,
A. L. Black, Tillie Brown, l.eiia lirown, I.
_*, Chapman, Ada E. Coe, Jenuie Decoto,
Mary iHiim, Mabel 1). Do ret y, Josephine
Devine, Walter B. Flint, Walter IloiVuiiiii,
Fred Johns, Fred E. Monet, Eut-llu Ke-iley,
Belle ScotcWer, August L. Sundeivr, John
Schneider, Mabel Terry. Henry 11. Torrey,
Rachel vrooman, Ben F. Woolner, Louise
Watkins. Frank Wilder. Wilison Wythe,
George White, Eleanor M. Yea-gin.
'lhe William W. Monson appointed by
Sheriff-elect Hussev is not the same Mor
risou who was Deputy Sheriff under Sheriff
Hale and is under charges of assisting
United Slates ptisoners to e-cape.
The situation nt Emeryville remains un
changed, both sides claiiuiug the advantage.
The Judson Works .onipany states that it
can piocure all the workmen necessary.
EMBEZZLEMENT AKD NOT LARCENY.
The examination of May Welch on the
charge oi stealing a horse and buggy hired
from one livery stable aud offered fur sale
to another for SSO took place in the Oakland
Police Court yesterday. Judge Heushaw
remarked that the case was more oi.e of
embezzlement rather than grand larceny,
and in innat.'il that the charge should be dis
missed. This ne will probably do this
morning, aud a misdemeanor embezzlement
charge may be entered against her.
District Attorney Reed has added another
deputy to bis ofhee, A. L. Frick, who is a
brothor of Superintendent-elect of Couuty
Schools G. W. Frick. He had this done at
his own expense. The Grand Jury recom
mended an addition to tho working torce of
the office.
E. C. Sessions, it is said, will erect a one
story brick building, 100x100, ou Twelfth
street, between Clay and Washington,
which will be used as a market.
The county teachers' examination began
in Lincoln School yesterday, with thirty
one applicants.
.. l-iin • ii i.
The public schools will close for the win
ter vacation next Friday.
Every corner in Alameda will soon be
supplied with a street sign.
The old station building at Chestnut street
has heen hauled away and the new building
is now in use.
The city, couuty and State taxes on the
electric light plant, aiuounliug to .324 S7,
have been paid out of the City Treasury.
The will of Julius Ileintziuberger, who
died at the West End a few days ago, lias
been filed for probate. The estate, valued
at .3000, is divided among the brothers and
sisters of thu testator.
The following resolutions of Intention
have been adopted by the City Trustees: To
macadamize Filteeuih street, from Sauta
Clara to I'niific avenue, and Sixteenth
street, from Central to Buena Vista avenue;
to lay a sewer in Central avenue, from
Sixth to Seventh streets.
I THK CREAT EHCLISH REMEDY.
Beecham's Pills
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders.
"Worth a Guinea a Box "-but c .id
for 25 cents,
BT ALL DRIICK.IS'rs.
TRY Wkmt FEED.
COMPOSED OF WHKAT, OAT- AND
COUN.
It cannot he excelled for feedln't stock of any
kind. We sell it ut $5 per ton cheaper tban
roiled or ground barley. Samples scut by mall on
application.
DEL MOMB HILLING COMPANY,
WeFrMo 107 California street. 8. F. del 7 lm
WILLARDS HOTEL,
W .SHINGTIJN, D. C.
The most famous nnd well-known hotel
in the city. Special rates by the month.
The cuisine equaled by none. Homplike
and convenient to nil public buildings.
Send two stamps for guide lo—
O. G. STA PL IS, PROPRIETOR.
lie 17 3m WeFrMo
OIL CAKE MEAL 7
Fresh ground and or the best quality. For sale
cbeap by Pacific Ull and Lead works.
KITTLE & CO., ACENTB.
WW California Btreet. _eI7 St
_T"_.-_? J& j_»NEBS A MEAD IOISES MIU fcr
ij_i" ____ •■ *'*>'■'•'*• INVISIBLE TBBDIA- EAR
__T Bl_ _P**_ 1 ..SHIMS. Whtm-ei. heard. Com.
farlal.li>. Sa_r_ral.b_.all _aa.la.foll. MM. T. IllSfnX,
••ly, 84S Er-irij, Saw tork. Tl >i tn for fcMk af pr_.fi rt tt
Ut ly SnWeAWy
dcs to Jals
NO MUD
DURING WET WEATHER IN LAKEVIEW- MO*
sandhills In Lakerlew; all flue .anion soil; mag
nificent view; just Ue place for a home: buy lots in
Lakerlew.
CAK.VALL-FITZHCGK-HOPKINS CO.,
_el_l7 I__l 824 Market (Street.
MiBC-a_-__ir_o-r_-
A lIOrtSE WBO CAW TAIK!
Eveirboily has heard of a " horee laun-h **
but wbo bas over seen an equine (rifted with
the power of speech? Such an animal would
be pronounced a miracle; but bo would the
telegraph and the telephone a hundred years
ago. Why, even very recently a cure for eon-
BumpUon, which is universally acknowledged
to be scrofula affectiniT tbo lungs, would hare
been looked upon aa miraculous, but now neo-
Ele are beginning to realize that the disease
i not incurable. Dr. Pierces Golden Medical
Discovery will cure it. If taken in time and
gi .en a fair trial. This world-renowned rem
edy will not make new lungs, but it will re
store diseased ones to a healthy state when
other means havo failed. Thousands ernie
fully testify to this. It is tho most rlten
tonic, or strength restorer, alterative or
blood-cleanser and nutritive, or flesh-builder
known to medical science. For Weak LunKsl
Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Asthma, Cal
tarrh in the Head, and all Lingering Coughs,
it is an unequaled remedy. In derangemente
of the stomach, liver and bowels, as Indiges
tion, or Dyspepsia, Biliousness, or "Liver
Complaint," Chronic Diarrhea, and kindred
ailments, lt is a sovereign remedy.
ITJJT~™™-~™l "Golden Medical Dig.
MANTEED. *£*&% Zk
■BrssssS _a__?_3s«s
ureiii. that it will l-oneflt or cure in ever. a_»
of diseaso for which it is recommended, or
money paid for it will be promptly refunded.
Copyright, 1883, by WOniD's Dis. Hid. Ass'it
Z_T_- n. c^ ftft *J £* manufactur
ers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, for aa
Ui- -ruble -_so of Catarrh in the Head.
te2B SuVVeKr 2pWy ly^
2 Ifs
Well-informed Motlier.i, Fathers, Xurses
and Physicians interested in tlie care and
growth of children know that:
I^B^a Baby is to havo r.cular
«r «91 unctl o d s, firm flesh,
gj sound teeth, briiiht eyes
BE{H— and happy mind; if he is
?B to bo the strongest, sweet-
Best and jollieat baby in the
R land,lie must havo food that
is pure, wholesome, nutri
ti his and easily digested.
giv.-n baby according
I *^ to qirections he will ever
■^B_. be a Joy. (ii>t a can. Only
U S3 'cuts. HIXZ&rLAGE
BE MANX'S YOLO MILLS,
JO cornrr Mission and Main
a-g£&g -ireMt^. 1 hey will see that
mm yon are kept supplied.
no 12 6ni Wt*-**
freeFTreei
EXTRA!
A fACKAGB OK 1)1 -I.ICIOI'S CKEAH
CHOCOLATE!
Riven Extra With Our C.lcbratert
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
In .iil-iili'-n to <h<> millions of other
I'-clul and Ornameiilal Presents we
are giving ai-iuy.
TREMENDOUS CUT iN PRICES
.... OF ....
Crockery, Glass, China and
Tinware.
READ ANO REMEMBER OUR FRIGES.
Enf-llsti China Tea .Set i I piece.) »_ 50
hunpsh China i taiicr Ket (114 piece.! >' "6
£u_l_ih Chlnji Chamber -et 150
SagttS- China Brea-taft . lates. per set 30
Knplish China Cupsun. Saucers, per set 10
Fancy Cup^ anil K:«ucers 15c, 20c anil 25
Fane. 1 j ...l 1...;_., 15c. 20c and 25
Vases 16c, 20c nnd 25
Majolica Pitchers ...15c, 20c antl 25
Majolica Cußpldores 25c and _0
Faucy China Cake Kc-ts 25c, 35c and 50
SPECIAL HOLIDAY BARGAINS.
A hi Ml I Unil Ilreak'.tst St*! of 18 pieces EIYCS IW
with '..cu H-pound pacfcftN of our SUN OUB-BB
l' i-_ a. price 4-- 70 p«r j-.n •» .i. o.
Al-Su
A handsome Tea Set of 41 ptecej. decorated, given
away with eacb 5-pound parkaer ot our SUN
■ l Xi l» !___, price ?■■» &U per package.
GREAT AMERICAN
IMPORTING TEA CO.
140 anil 147 Si.-til St Sau Francisco
t 4 lit 1..11. St " "
511 "llontj.niii.ry Avo *' •*
-.OOI* Flllinor. St. " "
300 Sixteenth St. " "
r>'.'. and iM Ki-ai'iiT St " -
SS3 Him - St M "
•_IK Thir. it " "
104 S.roml St " "
146 Mill ll St " "
UM -*1.-.-ji.ii St_ '* "
IMIMwM " "
Wliol-salc liouse—..'_..-,4. .Mi, 58 Market St.
no 23 tr SuWeKr
SCRIP
GOVEIIMMKNT LANDW LOCATED
WITHOUT SETTLEMENT OR RESI
DENCE-Any part of FIVE THOUSAND
(5000) ACRES OF SCRIP for sale, which
can be located upon any unoccupied Gov
ernment land, SURVEYED OR UNSUR
VEYED, in California, in tracts of forty
acres and upward.
TITLES TO SUSPENDED ENTRIES
can also be obtained.
Address W. E. DARGIE, Tribune Office.
Oakland, Cal.
ilel7 cod lm
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• ,i **^H^"Bna^-B_v*r^^ ' t!,: - r - X._B '__.
__ : "^y^ijlPt^.,. .<
THE KOII.KR OIIiiANS-TIAVE NO EQOAI.
sare their cost In oue nlj-bt tor dance music.
Auv one cau play them. Also flno l'lauoa. Strings
and Sheet music. Circulars free.
HAMMOMI'S MI'SIC-HTOKE,
2257 Million St., near 10th, San Francisco.
do- We tr 2p
"the calmr'nuT
Strictly Kiiriipi-iiii rian, Absolately Fireproof.
OI'ENEI) HI < I .Villi -.IS 1. IKOO.
I. OOM!* HAVE SUNLKiHT ENTIItE DAY THE
It only strictly llrst-clasa hotel In Hau Kranclaco.
Magi.lAci-iit appointments. Unparalleled ln beauty
and brilliancy. Uuquesllonahly the most Beautiful
aud luxuriously lurnlsned hotel lv America. Rooms
en suite with baths of latest exposeil sanitary
plumbing Electric llj-hts throughout. Erery con
venience for comfort of -tucsls. Most centrally
located, being In midst ol ainua-meuM. art naileries
ahopß and other places or Interest. Its cuisine ia or
a peculiar excellence. Restaurant and service per
fect, llaltportlous served. Rooms »i per day and
upward. UORD _ KINZLEK, Mauanei-.
flelO tf
m g% FAT F-DILKS BEBUCED
rTll/rT "nri took on «Ush rapidly. Spine
I C * .... , f'li *Me ooutluue. to lain sua, ab
fc-savtaMi-Nv. bloat-TWt U-uHefl m?Xli_lSi_|
__?^i.?KTM_AS?,i_ ,ldn« "'t Sv»S-Stnatmaai
___________« "**i s____J_* SS-*** **•****• «oae aad.
_-__*_*■ j*?*-/ ?ni ». »«g»ljr Irt-fejde.strMtiriTOl
B„ S^XiF _*T. B TREATED BY MAIL.
sialic
On. O. W. F. BNVOER, 2*3 Btat_ Bt., Ohioaoo,
8019 tr WeKrSnMe.t Wy
"COALT-
Plenty or Genuine Wei- Iteattle ll l so
Hnuton »16 001 Coos Bay 800
New Welllinrton, equal Cherry Valley"" i. uo
to the best. *16 00J7 Sacks of Wood.. 100
KNICKERBOCKER COAL CO..
B.a HOWAKII ST., NEAR FIKST
JUVTolephone No, 5J.1. Iy6 BnWo tf
U TT'nr|l|| l> T? W-KS AND ALL BKO
_L Ur I UxLJCa*" 11 'I'seases cured In
without operation or detention rrom business* no
ehar-je unless curca; come and see us or write'for
£__-____t__ KS- •"OKfKBKIKi.iI _ LOSUV,
BSB Markets- noi3 SuWe-Wytt
OTT OOOD9.
SPECIALS
The Holidays I
We take pleasure in informing our customers and the
public that our stock of HOLIDAY GOODS is now com
plete. Our importations for this season have by far ex
ceeded those of past years, and we are now prepared to
exhibit the choicest collection of novel and useful DRY
GOODS ever shown in San Francisco.
Our Prices Are Always the Lowest I
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
LADIES' ALL-LINEN HEMSTITCH
ED HAND:-EMBROIDERED INI
TIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, per box
81, 81 50, 82, S3.
GENTS' ALL-LINEN HEMSTITCH
ED HAND-EMBROIDERED INI
TIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, per box
81 50, 82 50, 8^ and S3 50.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HANDKER
CHIEFS, in novelty Christmas boxes,
per box 25c, 30c, 50c and 75c.
GENTS' ALL-LINEN HEMSTITCH
ED WHITE AND COLORED BOR
DER HANDKERCHIEFS, each 25c,
30C, 35c. 40C, soc, etc.
LADIES' HEMSTITCHED COLORED
BORDER ALL-LINEN HANDKER
CHIEFS, each 10c, 12>_c, 15c, 20c, 25c,
etc
GENTS' ALL-LINEN HEMMED
HANDKERCHIEFS, each 12^c, 15.,
20c, 25c, etc.
CHILDREN'S ALL-LINEN HEM
MED HANDKERCHIEFS, each sc.
An immense variety of LADIES'
FANCY EMBROIDERED HAND
KERCHIEFS iv white and colors, each
15c to 85.
UMBRELLAS.
UNION SERGE SILK D MBRELLAS,
P_i;i„. n frames, oxidized silver
handles, each 82 50.
TWILLED SILK UMBRELLAS, Para
gon frames, sterling silver handles,
each _ l.
MERVEILLEUX SILK UMBREL
LAS, Parauon frames, embossed
silvi-r haudles, each 85.
FINE ENGLISH TWILLED SILK
UMBRELLAS, Paraeou Ironies, rustic
silver handle., each .7 50.
PURE SILK UMBRELLAS, Paraxon
frames, tinted silver handles, eacli 810.
PURE SILK UMBRELLAS, Paragon
frames, hammered silver handles,
each 815-
Also a i-hoice assortment of FINE
UMBRELLAS iv the fi-llowing styles
of handles: CAPE HORN, ETCHED
SILVER. DRESDEN CHINA.
IVORY. ONYX, ANTIQUE IVORY.
Ladies' Dnderiear _ Corsets.
NURSE AND WAITRESS CAPS,
each 25c, 30c, _oc, 50c, etc
LADIES* AND -MISSES' FANCY
LAWN AND SWISS APRONS, each
35c, 60c, 75c and Sl.
LADIES' SQUARE - NECK CHE
MISES, eacli, 35c.
LADIES' EMBROIDERED APRONS,
each '_.*ic and 35c
"C. P." CORSETS, "P. D." CORSETS.
THOMSON'S GLOVE - FITTING
CORSETS. "J. B." CORSETS, FER
RIS' WAISTS.
LADIES' CLOTH WINTER SKIRTS,
each -sc, 81, 81 25, 81 50, etc.
LADIES' BLACK FARMER SATIN
QUILTED SKIRTS, each 8L 81 50,
81 75, S2 25, etc
531T i_s_-{3.
COLORED SURAH SILKS, 21 inches
wide, per yard 50c.
BLACK SURAH SILKS. 20 inches
wide, per yard 75c.
COLORED SURAH SILKS, 24 inches
wide, per yard 81.
COLORED FAILLE FRANCAISE, 20
inches wide, per yard 81.
COLORED FAILLE FRANCAISE, 21
inches wide, per yard ?! 50.
ECRU SHANTUNG PONGEE, 26
inches wide, extra quality, per piece
SU
CH INESE INDIA SILKS, 24 inches
wide, per yard 50c.
JAPANESE LNDIA SILKS, 27 inches
wide, per yard -sc.
A large line of the Celebrated " BON
NET " BLACK SILKS, per yard 82
to 84.
COLORED PLUSH, 24 inches wide,
staple and high colore, extra value,
per yard 81 25. •
Q_L.O"VES.
MISSES' 4-BUTTON KID GLOVES,
embroidered, in browns, tans and
slate, per pair 75c.
MISSES' 4-BUTTON KID GLOVES,
embroidered, per pair Sl.
MISSES' 4-BUTTON SUEDE GLOVES,
embroidered backs, per pair $1 25.
BOYS' FUR-TOP GLOVES, spring
' wrist, per pair Sl.
MEN'S FUR*TOP GLOVES, spring
wrist, per pair Sl 25.
LADIES' DERBY GLOVES, Pique
embroidered, in browns, tans and
slates, per pair Sl.
LADIES' FUR-TOP GLOVES, spring
. wrist, per pair $1 25.
LADIES* 5-BUTTON FRENCH KID
GLOVES, embroidered baoks, per
pair Sl 25 and $1 50.
LADIES' 8-BUTTON LENGTH
MOUSQUETAIRE SUEDE
GLOVES, embroidered backs, per pair
$150.
REYNIER'S CELEBRATED
GLOVES. 8 button length. Mousque
tain- Suedes, in tan and black, plain.
per pair $2.
Conniry ordera receive prompt attention.
I'm ka_. » delivered free In Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley.
ft^g®
111, 113, 115, 117. 119, 121 POST STREET.
ao.o Sa 8p Mo We _|> tt
.ILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
LADIES' COLORED JAPAXESE
HEMSTITCHED SILK H AXDKER
CHIEFS, each *_oc, 3 for 50c.
LADIES' WHITE JAPANESE HEM
STITCHED SILK HANDKER
CHIEFS, each 20c, 35*; and 50c.
LADIES' WHITE DOUBLE HEM
STITCHED JAPANESE SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, each 35c, 3 for
.1.
LADIES' JAPANESE WHITE SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, fancy stitching,
opeutvork, etc., each 50c, GOc, 75c and
$1.
LADIES* WHITE JAPANESE SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, fancy borders,
scalloped and embroidered, entirely
new and exclusive designs, warranted
hiind-embroidered and fastcolors, each
.'•i-e, 50c, GOc, 75c, $1 and Sl 25.
GENTS' SILK MUFFLERS, in plain
white, cream, black and fancy colors
in a creat variety of designs, plaids,
stripes, etc., each Sl 25, Sl 50, &_,
82 50, tS, S3 50, 84.
GENTLEMEN'S FULL-SIZE WHITE
JAPANESE SILK HEMSTITCHED
HANDKERCHIEFS, each soc nnd
75c.
GENTS* EXTRA-SIZE WHITE JAP
ANESE SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
hemstitched, Sl each, extra heavy,
81 25.
GENTS' EXTRA LARGE AND EX
TRA HEAVY WHITE JAPANESE
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, hem
stitched, hand-embroidered initials,
very elaborate letters, each Sl 25.
CURTAINS.
IRISH POINT CURTAINS, per pair 86
to .30.
REAL LACE CURTAINS, per pair
S7 BO to S4O.
FANCY APPLIQUE CURTAINS, per
pair SIO to 532 50.
SILK TAFFETA CURTAINS, per pair
. G 50 to ill 80.
REAL SILK CURTAINS, per pair SO
to S"-o.
MADRAS CURTAINS, new colors, per
pair S3 50 to SIO.
LAOES.
FINE QUALITY* BLACK SPANISH
HANDRUN SCARF'S, at S3, S3 50,
S4, S3 50, etc.
BLACK SPANI SH GUIPURE
SCARFS, all silk, at 85c, 51, 81 25,
Sl 50, etc
CREAM LACE FICHUS, at Sl 25, Sl 50,
82, S*.' 25, etc.
CREAM LACE JABOTS AND PLAS
TRONS, at 65c, 73c, 81. Sl 25, 81 50, etc.
HENRY 11 NOVELTY RUFFS, at 75c,
Sl. Sl 25, eic.
TIIE LATEST NOVELTY IN LACE
DRESS GOODS—Satin Stripe Silk
Lace Grenadine Flouncinu, 44 inches
wide, in black and cream, per yard
32 50 and $3 50.
FANCY GAUZE GRENADINE DRAP
ING, 41 inches wide, in gray, silnion,
blue, pink, Nile, yellow, lavender,
cream and black, per yard Sl 25 and
<*>_2 «
BLACK SILK CHANTILLY DRAP
ING NET, 46 inches, per yard ft,
81 25, 81 50, S2. S3, etc
Gents' Famishing Goods.
GENTS' SOLID COLORED FAST
BLACK AND FANCY STRIPED
LISLE HOSE, per pair 50c, per doz
en Vj 50.
GENTS* SPUN SILK HOSE, in tans,
fast black nnd fumy striped, per pair
50c, per dozen So 50.
GENTS' SUPERIOR QUALITY
SILK HOSE, per pair Sl 75 and
82 25.
GENTS' WHITE AND GRAY MERI
NO SniRTS AND DRAWERS, each
$1 25
GENTS* HEAVY WHITE MERINO
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, each
81 50.
GENTS* SCARFS.....". 25c to Sl
WINDSORS 25c to 50c
TIES 25c to 75c
BOWS 10c to 50c
MEN'S SUSPENDERS r.oc to 8 50
SILK SUSPENDERS ...Sl 50 to 82 50
SILK EMBROIDEUEDSUSPFNDERS
84 00 to 86 00
GENTS' FANCY NIGHTSHIRTS,
each 81 to $2.
Hoose-Farnisliing Goods.
CHENILLE PORTIERES, with tas
seled ends and p!».i_, per pair SIO 00
to $25 00.
APPLIQUE. REAL LACE and AN
TIQUE BED SETS., per set $8 50 to
&-30 00.
VELOUR, TAPESTRY and PLUSH
TABLE-COVERS, large stock of
new goods, all sizos.
EIDER-DOWN PILLOWS, in Sateen,
Satin !M_ India Silk coverings, ac
cording to material, 90c to S7.
EIDER-DOWN QUILTS, ia Sateen,
Silk and Satin coverings, according to
material, $6 50 to $37 5a
MUSLIN. LAWN and LACE PIL
LOW-SHAMS, per pair Sl to $12 5a
HEMSTITCHED LINEN SHEETS,
per pair $7 50 to $14.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN PILLOW
CASES, per pair $2 to $3 50.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN LUNCH
SETS, per set $10 50 to $35."
HEMSTITCHED LINEN BUREAU
SCARFS. HEMSTITCHED LINEN
TRAY CLOTHS, HEMSTITCHED
LINEN TOWELS.
A Great Variety of LINEN LUNCH
SETS, DOYLIES and NAPKINS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
How About the 25th?
■\A7"-A-3NrT____L__D I
Those Who Are Undecided On
•HOLIDAY GIFTS*
TO VISIT OUR STORE!
Not necessarily with an obligation to purchase, but with a
view to criticizing our wonderful display of sensible and sub
stantial presents.
It's much harder to decide than to buy. We can help you.
There are thousands of useful and appropriate articles to choose
from. Every glance means a new suggestion, every price an
agreeable surprise.
WE GUARANTEE TO DELIVER PRESENTS IN GOOD ORDER AND ON TIME.
OPEN EVENINGS.
hiii mmm wm,
(i\r. _e». _*<_.i___ cfc co.),
Starr King Building, 117-123 Geary St,
del 7 WeFr 2t
AMUSEMENTS.
BALDWIH THEATER.
Ma. Ar Haw..*. LOMM and Proprietor
Mv, ALKKKn l.iu'vtkH Manager
LAST WEEK OFTHE OPERA
«EMMA ABBOTT SINGS EVERY NIGHT&
And SATURDAY MATINEE.
BRILLIANT SUCttSS OF THE EMMA
ttWWWNWMW- ..... . ..- -«:<;i
IABBOTTI
GRAND ENGLISH OPERA CO.
TO-MGHT (By request).
MARTHA MARTHA
ABBOTT'S "Last Rose of Swumer."
Thuisday. Ilie Great **v c.*»,
EK.ISTA.N'I EK.2STA_N"I
AISISOTT aurt tiitire Company in the Cast.
Friday. Gounod's Famous Low Lyric,
-R-01-tEO ___STID JULIET
EMMA AUBOTT as Juliet
S_t-rrt,_ -latino.-. AXNK BOLEYN.
Salurda. M_ ht. are\v<*ll i'erformaDce,
BOHEMIAN Grlß.l_i
ABBOTT auil __itlre Company la tbe Cast
"limn).,>-. Ore. .'.d—Holiday Attraction,
THE PRIVATE SECRETARY.
\\m:i tireat .spt-clal Cast ur Cuiueillaaa.
-SEATS K_* .DI TIU'ESiIAY.
POWELL-STREET THEATER.
Powell Street, Opposite Ilaldwio Hotel.
BCHWABTZ BROS Sele Froprletora
JOHN E. CAIN Manager
A GKA D SUCCESS!
THE XEW COMPANY A BIG HIT!
TO-NIGHT—
BAGGESEN HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLES'
Secured from Europe, aod America's best attrac
tions.
BAG'IESKN, the Henian Corkscre-v.
_____•■■ Jt tBACI O. the Arab Woodcrs.
TIIK r.HKAT I. BI.ON, Mimic.
MU. _ Mh>. JoilN I'IiMJY, Character Sketch Ar
tists.
SHEKFKN i- BLAKELEY, Retlned Negro Delinea
turs.
VIUEJ.LA * PISHAM.
BELLAC A AOUDA. Wonder-Workers.
GILI.EN A- DOYLE, Burlesque Comedians.
3—MORLEYS—3, Europe's i-reat Comic Grotesques
MISS KUSIE LEE, Operatic VocallsL
THfc ONLY BI KSEULE.
Ailiniaaion. 25c; Keaerveil Scuts. 50c.
<.i-:ijiil Sunday Matinee ati_ I*. .11.
tdr SKATS NOW ON SALE. JBt
NEW BIJOO THEATER.
R. L. KNArp (late ol Carieton Opera Co.) Manager
HERMAN KHRKNT Stage Director
-_*____ O -Jt 3 "ES _J 3_: 3_>
SI'NDAI DKCEUIIEK 14, 1890
With the ureat German Success,
THREE PAIRS SHOES
A MI'SICAL COMEDY
"With _ -*_oli-j__e and Three Acts,
Adapted by H. EHRENT.
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