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M. J. FLAVIN & CO. Clothiers- ■**-• 924, 926, 928 AND 930 MARKET STREET, THROUGH TO ELLIS. -55T M. J. FLAVIN & CO., Clothiers.
AS THIS BUSINESS IS ABOUT TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT OF ITS KIND EAST OF THE ALLEGHANY, A GIGANTIC SALE OF HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS! ' To Clear ENTIRE RESERVE STOtfK and to Reduce the Active Stock to the LOWEST POSSIBLE NOTCH BEFORE FEBRUARY IST, WILL BEGIN TO-DAT, DECEMBER 17TH, Worth of Hats, Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery, Stockinette and Cardigan Jackets WILL BE SOLD AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE QUOTED SO LOW. HATS OF THE LATEST NEW YORK STYLES I NECKWEAR UNEQUALED IN QUALITY FOR THE PRICE! UNDERWEAR AT FACTORY PRICES! CARDIGAN JACKETS AHD OFFICE COATS AT WHAT IT COSTS TO LAND THEM! INSPECT THE STYLES, QUALITY AND PRICES! An important change whicli demands the enlargement of our establishment has forced ns to a RAPID AND PEREMPTORY SALE of all our reseryed stock of FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS. We have only until February lst to get rid of this vast amount of material, and therefore IT MUST BE SOLD. Everything in this line must go. WE HAVE NO ALTERNATIVE. To enable us to handle these goods we have been compelled to move all onr MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS DOWNSTAIRS. WE HAVE NO CHOICE. These goods must be sold. There occur periods in business when SUCH SALES BECOME IMPERATIVE. We have reached just such a period, and there is no way out of it. THE FIAT HAS GONE FORTH and the goods MUST BE SWEPT FROM OUR SHELVES. 924, 926, 928 and 930 Market St., Through to Ellis, San Francisco. THE SOCIAL WORLD. Oakland Sociely Entertained by Sr. and Mrs. Upham. The Berlin Clnb Party — G-gfM-O'Heil Wed ding— The Ivy Chapter Installation Cere menial—Personal Note,. The Western Addition Literary and Social Club will give tlieir regular monthly enter tainment and dance at Odd Fellows' Hall this evening. Mrs. Edg-.r B. Carroll (nee Hanchett) will receive with her sister, Mrs. A. 11. Rulher ford, Thursdays in January. TheNyaya Club will giro their eleventh hop at Mission Opera Hall this evening. ! The Goodwin Comedy Company will give an entertainment this evening for the bene fit of the Alcalde Drill Corps at -Saratoga Hail. 'lhe Steinegger Musical Society will give it. tegular monthly concert this evening at Byron Mauzy Hall. Tho artists are Miss •Su-ie Hert, Mr. Adolf Lada, Mr. Abe Sumiland, Mr. Lambert Becker, Mr. Clark Reynolds. King Kalakaua has been invited by the rector, vestry and ladies of the congrega tion of the Church of the Advent to attend tlieir Christmas fete, to be held at Pioneer Hall on December _-M, 23d and 24th, spe cially requesting his presence at luncheon on Monday. The invitation cards of ivory white, bound witb blue ribbon aud artistic ally engraved, are dainty affairs. James A. Garfield Corps, No. 21, W. R. C., will give a social hop at Pioneer Hall this evening. Ttie Uph-m I'.uit io Oakland. A pleasant card party was given last Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Upton of Oakland. The invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, Mr. ;ind Mrs. William Al lender, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. lrvin Ayers, Mi. i-ud Mrs. F. lirigham. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Boid.n, Mr. und Mrs. George B. Bayley, Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beck, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Broniwell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Drayton, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Baker, Mr. and Mis. T. B. Cogliill, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. CoOgnD, Mr. aua Mrs. T. T. Dargie, Mr. aua Mrs. W. E. Dargie, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Dunham. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Donnell, Dr. and Mrs. Jt. C. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A. Barstow, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Shartzer, Mr. ana Mrs. P. Everts, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Goodall, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Goodall, Mr. ""and Mrs. K. C. Gorrell, Miss Snell, Judge and Mrs. J- A. Stanly, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. 'faber, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tart, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walt, Mr. aud Mrs. W. J. Heushaw, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wads woriti, Mr. aud Mrs. Charles L. Watson. Mr. ami Mrs. George E. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. George H. W neaton, Mr. imd Mrs. William Letts Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Slubus, Mr. and Mrs. Al Bedding, Mr. and Mi- Diaries G. I'ale, Mr. and Mrs. David Wilcox, Mrs. J. A. Folger, Miss Simp ■m., __iis.-> Maude Wyuiao, Miss Ella Good all. Mis. Una Haudy, Mr. Athearu Folger, Dr and Mrs. G. W. Handy, Mr. and Mrs. L M. Uickman, Mr. aud Mrs. E. Ilackett, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. J liogg, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Knight, Cap tain aud Mrs. J. N. Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. £ H. Killredge, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kim ball. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kenny, Messrs. W. Lawsoii, W. D. Lawton, J. N. Maaten, W. U. Murray Victor, Metcalf. Mr._*Wl Mr-.. T. B. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. G. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. MeNear, Mer.sr_. G. Mastick, E. IL Marwedel, K. S. Leckie. J. W. Phillips. W. H. Porter. A. A. Pennoyer, E. E. Potter, G. W. Grayson, I. Belby, Richard Shell. Th' Berlin*' Party. It is surprising how rapidly the Berlins have sprung into popular favor, taking rntjk with much older clubs. Last evening they gave another peculiarly successful dance at Union-square Hall, which waa brightly dec _ > .',< d for tbe occasion. Mr. John Power aod Miss Amy Booth had been selected to lead the grand march, ln Which over ISO couples participated. Danc- ing, to the music ni Blum's Orchestra, con tinued till after midnight. Altogether no more enjoyable party has been given by the Berlins in their at present short existence. This was largely due to the members of the following committee': Committee of Arrangements—Frank L. Noriega (Chairman). J. F. McGeough, Em inett J. Hayden, N. Pendergast; floor di rector, John Power; Floor Committee —Will- iam E. Bowes. J. J. Crowe, F. Wohn, I). J. Sheehan, E. D. Roach; Reception Commit tee—the Berlins. The officers of this active club are. Elmer D. Hoach, President; John Power, Tice-Presid»nt; J. J. Crowe, Re cording Secretary; J. F. McGeough, Finan cial becretary; Frank L. Noriega, Treasurer. A -r.ii Jiili, ,\ nn it **r . *.rv. "Grandma" Bascom, a well-known and beloved resident of Santa Clara \ alley, en tertained a number of ber many friends on Thursday afternoon last at her residence on Bellamy strpet, San Jose, the occasion being the celebration of her landing at Alviso forty years ago. Grandma Bascom, who is now in her seventy-fifth year. Is enjoying the best of health, and her wide circle of friends wish her abundance of happiness. Tha I vt Chapter Banquet. A very large attendance last evening wit nessed the installation of the new officers of Ivy Chapter, No. 27, O. E. S., at Shiels Building. The following were formally installed: Worthy Matron, Susie K. Allen; Worthy Patron, Fred Foster; Assistant Matron, Cornelia Gray; becretary, Jeannette C. Hillman; Treasurer, Carrie A. Anthony; Conductress, Mary G. Foster; Assistant Conductress, Annie J. Lambert; Chaplain, Frank Maxson; Marshal, Mary N. Will iams; Organist, Adele Williams; Adah, Hattie Keep; Rutlt, Sadie J. Hill; Esther, Ida M. Kervan; Martha, Minerva Corbett; Electa, Cornelia MrJunkiu; Warder, Char lotte Springer; bentinel, Henry Savage. Features of the impressive ceremony were the original poem read by Dr. J. A. Sbep pard, Associate Grand Patron, of Petaluma; the singing of the Western Addition Choir, Miss Alvina Heuer, Mrs. C. L. Parent, Mr. A. M. Thornton and Mr. A. Luttringer, to the accompaniment of Mr. F. Dellepiane, and the presentation of a beautiful jewel lo the retiring Matron, Mrs. Kate Maxson, and of flowers to the retiring Secretary, Miss Jeannette C. llilliiiau, and retiring Treasurer, Miss Carrie A. Anthony. An elaborate supper was afterward en joyed, tbe pleasant evening concluding with dancing. The GeEEtl'-O'Nall Weddlne- A wedding of special interest la cer tain circles took place yesterday after noon at St. Joseph's Church on Tenth street, near Howard. The contract ing parties were Miss Annie F. O'Neil, youngest daughter of Mrs. Alfred Clarke, and Mr. Charles F. Geggus, a well-known player, and recently umpire of base-ball, whose name is commonly, though errone ously, written as Qagus. The sacred edifice was crowded with rela tives and specially invited friends of the young couple. As the bridal party entered the organist rendered a bridal march, and afterward kept up an undercurrent of niel odv terminating in Mendelssohn's nuptial music. The bride's stepfather, Mr. Alfred Clarke, gave her away. Mr. James Fogarty tne well-known Eastern ball-player, was best man, and Miss Fanny Dunne was bridesmaid. The ceremony was impressively performed by Father Coyle, and the line of ■ carriages outside the church was somewhat eelayed by the congratulations of friends, who insisted upon shaking hands with Mr. Geggus and his bride as they sat in tbeir conveyance. A reception was afterward held at the residence of the bride's mother, only rela tives and most intimate friends being pres ent. An elalnirale supper was enjoyed with many toasts. About 5:30 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Geggus left for Del Monte. On their return they will reside at the residence of tbe bride's mother* 1451 Howard street. Ths presents were many and elegant. They included a set of diamonds from the bride's stepfather; elegant diamond pin. from the bride to the groom; handsome Indian fan, from the groom to the bride; substantial checks from the bride's father, groom's mother and bride's grandmother; handsome dressing-case, friends In the Assessor's oftice; escritoire, Mr. Finckof Will &Finck; pearl-handled table cutlery incase, the Mis-.es Geggus; elegant vase, Miss Fanny Dtinner; large vase and chair, Mrs. Will WheUn; Mr. D. A. Sullivan, bride's uncle, hand-painted parlor lamp; pair "old baru door " mirror*. Mrs. James Fogartv; bride's stool, Miss Magee; shaving set, Mr. Phillip Knell; basket of flowers, the Misses Haybums; hand-painted vase, Mr. O. S. Buckbee aud Mr. Stephen Williams; dress- THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1890-EIGHT PAGES. ing-case, Mr. M. C. Meyers; plague and vase, Mi-s Mary Dunne; dies-ing-case com plete. Air. Leon Dennerv; a much appre ciated gift, Mr. John Arnold. Among those present were: Mr. and Hrs. Altred Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth Melody, mother of the groom ; tlie Misses Alice and Kate Geggus, Mr. Joseph Geggus, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. "Whelan, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sullivan, Mrs. James Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cahill. Mr. M. C. Myers, Miss (lussie Dunne, Miss Fannie Dunne, Miss May Dunne, Mr. Finck, Mr. Joseph Pnlilev, Master George Cahill, Mr. James Sullivan, Miss Evie Sullivan, Miss Anita Whelan, Miss Etta Cahill, Miss Agnes Drew, Miss Murphy of San Jose, Mis. Bryaut, Mrs. Games, Mrs. Euzene Melcher, Miss Frankie Dexter, Mrs. V. G. Delorme. Miss Adele Delorme, Mrs. Gus Borle, Miss J. Conolly. Mrs. J. O'Hara, Miss J. Tucker, Mrs. McGurk, Mrs. H. C. Myers, the Mhses Ella and Marguerite Hayhurn, Mrs. Ward Brown, Miss Julia Nye, Miss Kitty Borle, Miss Jeanette Borle, Sirs. Harry Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Fisher, Mr. Philip Kneil, Mr. JamAs McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Finn, Mr. Rube Levy, Mr. Aaron Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Foley, Colonel Thomas Robinson, Mrs. Frank Chiids. Miss Gertie Chiids, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gibson. Society Peraonale. Dr. and Mrs. Robert I. Bowi» will give up housekeeping the latter part of this moutb and go to the California for the balance of the season. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Travers (nee Winkler), who were married in Oakland on the 10th, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waidhaas ou North Second street, ban Jose, Mr. Travers being Mrs. Waidhaas' bi other. The bridal couple will shortly take np their resideuce in Seattle, where the groom is in business. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Eaton, who have been spending tlieir honeymoon in the southern portion of the State, returned home last Monday. They will reside at 521 Eddy street. Mr. Moses Hopkins, Treasurer of the Southern Pacific R tilroad Company, is stop ping at the Hotel Vendome, San Jose. Colonel aud Mrs. W. IL Sinedberg are at Los Augeles in lhe capacity of visiting com panions of the military order of the Loyal Legion, Colonel bmedberg being Recorder thereof. Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey Jardine (nee Bucknall) are spending their bouey iii- mi at San Jose. Mrs. D. B. Davidson and Miss Delia Da vidson have gone East and will be absent several mouths. Mr. aud Mrs. H. Ward Wright (nee Murphy) oi San Jose are expected to return Home tnis week from their wedding tour to tbe City of Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. George McCalvey of San Luis Obispo have come up to this city to re side permanently. Mrs. W. E. Finney and the Misses Morse left on Monday for Sauta Barbara for a two months' visit Among the San Francisco people who are visiting Los Angeles may be mentioned: Chief Engineer and Mrs. J. M. Moore, Colonel and Mrs. J. Forney, Colonel W. R. Parnell, Captain W. T. T. Schenck and Captain Georgu W. Merrill. COAST ITi.MS. llrief Notes From I'ncifio Slates and Territories. A Webfoot banker is credited with losing 85000 by tbe "gold-brbk game." Thnuins Wlialey. a resident ol Saa Diego for thirty years, died last .Sunday. DaVid Hannah of Colton lost an eys re cently by getting it full of quail shot Measles are epidemic at Pendleton, Ore gou. and one case proved fatal last week. A Spadra farmer butchered a fourteen nioutli-old bog last Friday that dressed 491 [ft pounds. The City Recorder of Salt Lake bas been forced to resign on account of a deficit in bis books. Editor Daniels of the Alameda Semi weekly Argus has just celebrated tlie thirteenth anniversary of his paper by is suing a holiday number. It consists of twelve large pages, handsomely printed and copiously illustrated. lie takes occasion to tpeak of his efforts as a newspaper man to give his town and people a clean, reliable paper, ana to show by pertlneut figures and statistics of various kinds tbe steady Erogress they have madt; in tbe past year, ike all positive men, Mr. Daniels believes in his own toun, and is nut ashamed to let the whole world know his sentiments. The issue does credit alike to tbe publisher and the people of that thriving community—one of our nearest neighbors. THE WORLD'S FAIR. An Invitation to Ite Extended to tlie World to Participate. Califoraia, Or»po_, North Dakota, Michigan aud Canada Fr. paring—Hc_._.. and Blocks to B_ Ercugh! From Pompeii. a special to The Mokxino Call. Chicago, Dec. 10, 1890.—Matters have hung in suspense the past week at the ex position headquarters Waiting for tho ap pointment of tlie Board o[ Control. As this is the body which will practically govern the fair, the selection of its members is of vital importance. Hence tbe caution and delay. Aside from tii is preparations have gone on rapidly. In fact, it lias beeu the most important week yet in the history of tlie •xnositlon. It has been finally nnd offi cially placed on a solid financial basis. Governor Fifer has issued his proclama tion announcing the ratification of the con stitutional amendment authorizing Chicago to raise $..,000,000 for the exposition. The Chicago City Council has passed an ordi nance for the issue of bonds for the same in denominations as follows: $4,000,000,000 in bonds of SIOOO each, and $1,000,000,000 in bonds of $500 eacb, bearing date from Jan uary 1, 1891, running thirty years at 4 per cent interest, payable semi-aunually. The credit of the city of Chicago Is irrevocably pledged to the payment of principal and in terest of the bonds. Director Ferd W. Peck will bear the docu ments to Washington, showing that all re quirements have been met and that the $10,000,000 is provided for. Also a copy of tne rules aud regulations concerning exhib its, space, etc. President Tlarrtsou will then be enabled at once to issue his proclamation to all nations, aud henceforth the exposi tion will become a vast international enter prise. There was a false report in Europe the past week to the effect that the fair had been abandoned or translerred to New York. A cablegram from President Gage stating the progress made aud that the $10,000,000 was secured not only killed the rumor but gave Europeans Implicit faith in tlie exposition. lt is decided to begin at once to dredge and fill Jackson Park. Kxcept the winter proves very seyere work can be carried on successfully. IS SECRETARY WISDOM'S REPORT He has notified Congress that plans foi the National Building are now in reparation, and that tiiey provide for 200,000 square feet of floor space lie also requests that an ap propriation be made to delrav Cue expenses ul the Board of Lady Managers. Oregon is to the frout. Her State Board of Ccuigiissioners have mapped out a plan for an exhibit, and have issued a circular to the people of the State. They want ten acres as a miniature of Oregon, planted with all the trees aud shrubbery native to that region. Also a great building, filled with specimens of vegetables, Bruins, fruits and flowers from their fertile soil. They ask that at least $_30,000 be appropriated by their State. Their early enterprise ls com meu dable. North Dakota is aroused with enthusiam for her World's Fair exhibit. A State con vention ls to be held at Graud Forks Decem ber Hth. The call asks for officials and representatives from all cities and societies throughout the State. Each newspaper is requested to scud a delegate, and special in vitations are extended to the Governor and members of Uie Legislature. California has already a World's Fair here on a small scale. She wants.people to get a hint of what they may expect in '93. In the car-loads whicn have lately arrived are inviting samples of the delicious fruits that grow lv tbe " Land of Golden Sanshine." The organizers of the California exhibit, in order to display tn good advantage the rare productions of their S.ate, propose to have a distinct, cumulative exhibit, with a building elected at their own expense. Director H. H. Kohl,aut cabled from Europe that Colonel Dredge, a noted En glish editor and lecturer, delivered au ad dress the past week on the World's Expo sition, speaking highly in favor ol the enter prise aud urging tbat England now prepare to outdo all competitors. Attorney-Gene:al Webster, Sir Henry Wood and many others advoc rte that a Government Commission oh at once appointed to look after Great Brlt ian's exhibit at the lair. At a recent meetiug at Kalamazoo. Mich., of the Michigan State Horticulture Society TUE KXEC CTIVE COMMITTEE Reported unfavorably on the fruit schedule as issued by the Wot id's Fair. They ask that horticulture be made next in importance to agriculture. They also recommend their State to make a tit appropriation for a grand horticulture display. A party of extensive manufacturers from Canada are here gaining Information for the purpose of making exhibits. Although tbey admit the feelins; at present in Canada is not the most friendly, still tliev are posi tive in affirming that when the time comes the provinces will be well represented. Why not? They, too, belong in lhe land of Columbus. Montreal has taken her first steps toward securing a proper representation ot her in dustries at the Columbuß Exposition. L. A. W. Prouix of that city Is now io Chi cago, authorized by a number of merchants to secure space al the exposition. It is staled tbat Montreal merchants aud manu facturers propose making extensive ex hibits. The Columbian Dairy Association, com posed of prominent dairymen of the United States and Canada, have held a meetiug here for the purpose of providing fnr a proper exhibit at the exposition. They demand a separate exhibit for legitimate dairy products, and object to the Commis sioners classifying sucn with animal fat, oleos and butlerine. They calculate it will require six stables, 60x110 feet, two stories burn, to accommodate 300 cows, two silos, each 800 tons capacity, and another of 300 tons. All fears of the agricultural interests being slighted should now vanish. The Farmers Alliance, now in contention at Ocala, Fla., has received recognition from the National Headquarters of the exposition. Director- General Davis sent them greetings and sug gested that concerted action ba taken by tliem iv the different States, which would secure a complete agricultural exhibit at the World's Exposition. He assured tliem that ample piovi>ions would be made for tbis most lniportaut feature of tlie fair. PROFESSOII KKLSEY OP AXS ARBOR, Mich., proposes a restoration of the Hainan House of eighteen centuries ago. with its fretted ceilings, decorated walis, haudsume divans, tables aud candelabra, antique fur niture, pieces of statuary; also, the com monest utensils of the kitchen, as a fea ture ot the art department of tne fair. Nut only a house, but he wants a whole block with its numerous shops and their curious contents as excavated at Pompeii. This would be an interesting and novel feature, lt would be on object lesson fiom whicn, at one glance, could be seeu the advancement of modern huusekeepiug aud commercial enterprise. Proiessor Theodore Thomas and his world famed orchestra have been engaged for a period of three years in Chicago. T begreat leader will undoubtedly bave charge of tUo music for the fair. How the music for the ex position shall be obtained is a question, it is proposed to have all American composers compete for a prize. Tbey waut a variety of compositions, some orchestral, some choral. Foreign composers are objected tv, but if wa invite their art, why uot their muslcf The clergy of Chicago in conference as sent Died passed resolutions against the opening ol the exposition on Sunday. They will circulate petitions, and are endeavoring to secure President Harrison's iuflueuco in their favor. Cliauocey Depew has been in vited to deliver another, address in Chicago on the World's Fair. Chicago is already preparing to house her coming visitors. Several mammoth hotels are uuder way, costing from $300,000 to $2,300,000. Surprises are in store for for eigners who think they are coming to a second-class inland town. Chicago still grows. The suburban towns West Homeland and Washington Heights were added to her area by the recent elec tion. Are the city " limits " ever to be lim ited? The great Salvation Army Convention, led by liallingtou Booth, is now by day storming the- city with their umsy religion. i. IL CAMeiIKLL. An Old Han's Body. The remains ol au old man were found yesterday at Harbor View, floating on tiie waves. He was dressed in blue overalls, ana at there was no means ol ascertaining wbo he was, his body now lies at tbe Morgue awaiting identification. Uriu Ki.i.Mi bas the ouly renaoio mailuds to At ilt-lecuvß sight. 427 Kearuy slioau * fgl "So much has been said in the newspapers about | j|" | wL the color of my hair, thai I deem it bid just to say, it ||: 1 1 f is due to your Imperial Regenerator. The result lias t been beyond my highest expectation. 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Over 100 Highly Finished PAINTINGS! Still Life, Figure and Landscape, by tha Well- Known Artist, Who has devotsd ths last six years of study to this collactioa. TROY A SONS, I Real Estate aod lieueral Auctioneers, 1 doll tf ii au Market st. _____jIUCTION_SALES. EDWARD S. SPEAR & CO., Furniture, Hook and General Auctioneers 31 and 33 Sutter Street. SPECIAL HOLIDAY AUCTION SALE OF _tP U-R^f ITURE THIS OAY. Wednesdar December 17, 1890, At 11 o'clock a. h. In our salesroom, 31 AND 33 SUTTER STREET, WK WILL SKLL A LARGE AND ELFGANT ASSORTMENT OF PARLOR, RED-ROOM, LIBRARY AND 1)1 Nl N'.. -llllil M FL'RMTUKE AND KICK UPHOLSTKRT. ALSO A fine line of Rattan Chairs and Rockers, Fancy Upholstered Clutli-3, fancy Parlor Furniture, etc. EDWARD S. SPEAR A CO.. Auctioneers. del 6 2t ..1 and 33 Sutter street. EDWARD S. SPEAR & CO., Furnitnre, Book and General Auctioneers, 31 and 33 Sntter street ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE 01" MON3B, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. FRIDAY. Friday December 19. 1890. At 11 o'clock a. _t.. we will sell, ln our salesrooms, 31 AND 33 SUTTEB STB EET, By order ot ALFRED R. TUCKEY, administrator of tbe estate of ALFRED TUCKEY. deceased, the entire stock of DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY, . . ..COM PRIS-N0.... Gold aud Silver Watches; Diamond R!ng3; Brace lets; Ear-rings and Studs; Lace-plus; Sleeve butt ons; But ion-hooks; old Eye-g.asses; So ciety Badges; Jewelry of all kinds sec with ITeeious Stones; Lockets; Clocks; Optical Ooods, etc. The above goods are all of the latest style and worthy the attention ot buyers. *, JO* Salr Pkrkmitory. EUWAKD S. SI'EAB 4 CO.. Auctioneers, del 7 St 31 and 33 Sutter street. GEO. F. LAMSON, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 425 Kearuy St., bet. California and l'iue. AuNCEMENI~EaTRAORDINARY ! Enormous Furniture Auction Sale BY CATALiOaUB ON THE fit KM 1.-, X-, 532, 534 ANO 536 MARKET ST., ON Wednesday aud Friday, Dec. _7th-19t_i, By order of MhSSRS. V. W. KKKLIMi A SONS (At.-solutely retiring from turnlture busluess), I WILL BS£__ AT PUBLIC AITfION Their Entire Stock o( Gorgeous Furnitare, Splendid Upholstery. Magnificent Holiday 8-NO, . . ..iimritisiNH . / 9100.00U worth of Oritud Farifer, Chamber, Library, Lmnng and Oftice Furniture, coustitutln? the uiosr elegant, valuable and desirable line of fashlouablo House.ioid Funitahlngs ever offered at public auc tioo In this city; the st<wk comprtiies every variety of rarely beautiful lurniture—all A the uiost artistic excellence of design and beanty of n<ibh. This will be tbe great furniture offi-ring ot the season, and offers unequaled opportunities to all partie* fur nishing elegaut homes. AjT^alc absolute. deUBt GEO. F. LAMSON, Auctioneer. FINE HOLIDAY GOODS. STATUESQUE, BROSZE AHD EBOSY WARE -_V.T AUCTION F*ft WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I I_Cl."Vl_Xr<3r H/ITJi, THVBSDrtY AND FRIDAY, Dee. lstii and 19th. TROY A SONS, Auctioneer!, <lel7 _t 680 -M-ir-etst. Weekly^ailTL2sperrear 7