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ACROSS THE BAY.
City Joltings From Oakland and
Alameda.
The will of Daniel Stein, late Vice-Presi
dent of the Omnibus Cable Railway Com
pany, was filed for probate yostarday by
Michael Stein, a son. and M. Ehnnan, who,
with Michael Stein of Baltimore, a nephew,
are named as executors without bonds.
The will is olographic, but was signed in the
presence of L. Meiuinger. It makes no dis
position of the estate further than to author
• ize the rxicutors to sell any portion of the
estate without order of any court. It states
that all real and personal property is located
in the city of San Francisco and State of
California, and the city of Baltimore and
ate of Maryland. The petitioners do not
know the value of the estate, but allege it to
be worth more than 510,000. There are two
sons iiii'l three daughters as heirs-at-law.
The will was written last May. It is said
the state is vnrth several hundred thou
sand dollars. The deceased.it will be re
uitfir.in-red, was found dead in bed one
lunrning last week from heart disease.
lifi. Dr. Cuyle, who "ill commence his
pastorate at the First Presbyterian Church
to-day, was born in Northumberland County,
Canada, July 28, 1850. He came to this
country with his parents when a boy. en
tired wabasb College, Indiana, in 1870, and
graduated in 1*77. After his graduation be
held the position of tutor in the college till
the spring of 1878, and in the fall entered
the Auburn (N. I*.) Theological Seminary,
remaining there during the balance of 1878
--71. lie was licensed to preach the Gospel
in the spring of the last-mentioned year,
and was ordained in Oclol>i-r of the same
year. Hi- first call was to the Fort Dodge
(Iowa) eliurcb In 1879, while stil a licentiate,
remaining as pastor of thatchurch for some
thing over six years, sad In July, 1885, in
response to a call from the Fiillorton-avenue
Presbyterian Church of Chicago, entered
upon work in that city, where he continued
up to the date of his acceptance to the call
ii die First Presbyterian Church of this
city. His family, consisting of a wife and
live lieu. will coma to Oakland in April.
The will of Henry Tnles has been filed
for probate. The estate is valued at 535,!W0,
all in Alameda County. 11 • left $11)00 to
Ins brother. William Thies; S7OOO to Ills sis
ter, Mrs. Caroline Fiege, and S7OOO to his
brother, Frederick '1 mi**. The residue is
left to the widow, Caroline Tnies, who, with
Charles P. Overtoil, ate made executuis
without bunds.
Colonel C. C. Burrill of Ellsworth. Me., is
Visiting his friend, Captain W. 11. H. Hus
sey, Sheriff of Alamecla County. Colonel
Burrill .- President of .i bank at Ellsworth
;md ;it Bar Harbor, Me., and is Treasuier
ol a t'niid b iik. He is interested in a large
slioe lUiiimfiic'ory at Ellsworth, and his visit
to the Coast is partially in connection with
tliat business.
Three cousins, James, Warren and John
English, sous of William D., Warren and
John English," each pat up $10 bail yester
day at the police ufflcu for sir otlng ducks on
Lake Merritt iv violation of the ordinance
i^ainst shooting in the city limits. Four
carjvasback ducks were held as evidence.
A small parlor-rifle was used.
Stephen T. Ghe<! has printed his declina
tion in;; c I cal papers of the honor of a
vice-presidency of the Oakland Local Op
tion A--* ci li recently formed. He says
the honor was c< nf erred in on him without
his knowledge and without discussion as to
the reasons therefor.
Hie Pusloffice will be closed to-morrow
between Hip In ur.-. of 11 in the morning ana
2 in the afternoon, in accordance with in
structions trout the Postmaster-General, on
account of tho funeral of Secretary Win
dom.
Joseph Lawrence, a cripple, was sentenced
to the Cnunty Jail by Judge Henshaw yes
terday for thiitydays on a charge of bat
tery changed irom assault.
Burelars entered the Christian Church at
Market and Thirteenth streets a few even
iocs since mid. carried away the clock.
T;ie estate of Theonliile Lamoureux has
been appraised at 530,b40.
Alametla.
The Alameda Bicycle Club will take a run
this ii:oraing to Lake Chabot.
Dr. Van Kirk of Oakland will address the
young ladies of Alameda this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, in the Park-street M. E.
Church, on the subject, "Moral Education."
The Fire Department was called out yes
terday afternoon to extinguish a blaze in a
laundry on Central avenue, near Park
street. The fire had been smouldering since
Saturday and was speedily extinguished.
Some of the more sanguine contractors
niid builders predict that this year will be
lie liveliest in tht-ir business of any that
AJameda lias yet seen. Last year the num
ber of bouses built averaged almost one per
a ay.
The freight depot which stands on Encinal
avenue, Dear Twenty-fifth street, obstruct
ing tlie roadway, will be moved to the lot at
thee mer. This is done by the railroad
company, in compliance with a request from
the property-owner*.
The ChrbiUn Endeavor Society of the
Presbyterian Church will appropriately ob
serve, the decennial anniversary of* the
Christian endeavor movement this evening.
Services will begin at 7 o'clock and addresses
will be delivered by members of the society,
Mr. Merrittot Oakland and ltev. E. Y. Gar
ret:*?.
Julius Qinnchard is circulating a petition
among the property-owners on Santa Clara
avenue protesting against the proposed im
ln.vi • i nt of the avenue. Several signa
ture* have been attached. The protesting
property-owners are of the opinion the im
provement of the avenue should be paid for
by the city. ___^^_____^
IRVINGTON.
The Farmers Are Anxious Abonl
liain and Want It Badly.
■ Editor - 1 .'■•. • •'. ■_ Call: At tbe present
writing Ibe num. Kind, which lias blown so
sttaiiily for the past week, bas died down,
wlt<. lint light wind there is is shifty and
unrertain, hut seems to come in occasional
puffs from the south. The air is heavy
with BUgg< stions of moisture, and a gray sky
and falling Laionieter are some of the indi
cations that, just now, are causing the farm
ers' hopes to mount.
1 lie dry weather is a constant topic of
conversation, and the wcods has emptied
itself if "dry-winter prophets," whose phe
nomenal wisdom regarding the elements is
only equaled by their insatiable desire to
impart their knowledge to all comers.
• Jiikii;g aside, though, the matter begins to
look serious. The farmers are beginning
I. find their mental horizon taking on tho
same deep cerulean hue that for weeks past
' lias characterized the cloudless heavens
above us. In other woids they are feeling
. blue, fur they know that unless rain conies
within the next fortnight scanty if not
ruined crops are inevitable.
A year ago at this time we had bad nearly
thirty-live inches of rain for the season. Up
to dale, this winter, we have not had five,
Ground that has been plowed and seeded
is linking in the. sun. That not yet plowed
is so bard as to render working it out of the
question. If rain should come within the
next few days all danger will be averted,
as ilie 01 ops have not yet suffered from the
drought, and judging from the records of
lri-viMis years, there is yet time, ere the
winter is over, for all that Is needed to fall.
It 11 -it begin soon, however, if it intends
to get its knitting done tin." season. Last
year's rainfall was so plentiful that the
farmer can get along with but a little this
.winter} but he wauls that little badly and
quickly.
The season has been a very fnvorable one
for building, ami ttie number of new hand
some structures that have gene up this win
ter is something heretofore unknown in the
history of our town. A sort of building
emulation seems to havt) sprung ui> among
our people, and it is now affirmed that four
more pretty new residences are going up at
ouce on the ban Jose road, as one of our
prettiest residence streets is called.
The children of our public school have in
roiit'-iiijilutiuu a scheme which speaks
highly of their pluck, enterprise i>n<l local
pride. It is nothing nor less than the for
mation of a stock company fur the purpose
of publishing a school paper. The young
people lire convinced that they can Bake as
much if a success of the publication as the
Oakland High School pupils have done, and
as they are nil bright and energetic young
sters, and the princiyal of the school is wi.-«
'as well as enthusiastic, we look to . see the
project succeed if undertaken.
•I. -V Smith having succeeded J. A.
Tivf ry as constable, ill" township Jail, com
monly known as the "calaboose, was last
week, by order of the Board of Supervisors,
•removed from Otiteryllle ,to Irvington,
where it has been placad on Mr. Smith's
lot. Ihe calaboose is not a very large struct
ure, nor are its architectural proportions
such as to render It an ornament to the
town, but the manner of its moving is worthy
of passing mention. It was mounted on
skids, ami then Ed Kyan's new traction en
gine was brought up from the fields and the
building attached to it. The engine : made
the trip from Outer villa to livingtou in
about mi hour and a half, keeping the road
well and lulling' its load without trouble.
Those wlio saw the machine at work ' are
convinced that before many yuan these en
gines will entirely supersede horses -for
heavy hauling. .■.•■; '...:.
There Is quite a little sickness about town
of late. Little Annie Durham has been
very ill with scarlet fever, and Mrs. Will
Durham is now ill. G. A. Babb has been
ill with a severe cold, and Mrs. Babb is also
confined to her hed. Mrs. Atkinson, who
has been confined ts her room for the past
two months, is report«l to be in a very criti
cal stat' of health. Our invalids, however,
have a happy way of recovering. Out of
nearly llCKtu souls in this census district only
eleven deaths occurred last year, aud one of
those was the result of nn accident.
Mrs. A. O. Xix, who has been sojourning
in Oakland for medical treatmeut, has re
turned home improved iv health. c. c.
lrvrnQtun. Jan. 31. IHSI.
BRANCHING OUT.
The Astronomical Society Form.
ing New Sections.
Prirr to the meeting last night of the As
tronomical Society of the Pacific, at 408
California street, the Board of Directors of
the society met, with Vice-President Pier
son in the chair, and the names of fifty-five
local aud outside of the State candidates
for membership were received and placed
on the roll.
It was resolved that sections could be
formed by members residing at other points,
but that such sections should be amenable
to the jurisdiction of the parent society.
The application from Chicago to form a
section Hi th was approved, and was organ
ized with twenty-eight members.
The Directors decided thai all the receipts
from lite member* shall be placed in a sepa
rate fund and only tho Interest used, unless
the Directors, by a unanimous vote an. l only
to meet an emergency, resolve to use a por
tion of the principal. If this is done the
amount should be considered a general debt
of the society aud be repaid before any
other.
The following committees were appointed:
on comet medal of 18U1 ; to audit the Treas
urer" account for the next annual meeting;
i a nominations for Directors. The board
then adjourned and the business trans
acted was reported to the meeting,
over which Vice-President Pierson also
presided. He stated that the new stationery
of the society beaiing its seal would soon lie
ready, also that the library cards for lh'Jl
are c<;od for 1892.
The rending of the following papers on
the evening's "Trogramme was dispensed
with on account of (heir extreme technical
nature and they will be printed In the so
ciety's next publication: "The Carleton Col
lege Observatory," by the Director, W. W.
Payne; "The August Meteors," by W. 11.
S. Mouck, Dublin, Ireland; "Corrections to
Watson's Theoretical Astronomy,'!, by W.
W. Campbell, Ann Arbor, Mich.; "Notes
ou DarK Transits of Jupiter's Satellites,"
by John Tebbult, Windsor, X. S. W.
An account oi Professor .^eanj in's ascent
of Wont lilauc to determine if oxygen exists
in the solar atmosphere was read by the
Chairman. The result of the. observation
was that oxygen is not present there, or if
it is, in a shape that science at present has
no way of determining. Professor Se.injou
made the ascent in IS9O, when lie was li(j
years of ace, and win hauled up to the
top of the mountain on a sledge by
twelve guides. His suggestion that an
observatory he built en the top of Mont
Blauc dues Dot meet with the general favor
of local scientists, who think that Pike's
Peak, in Colorado, or a location on the Si
erra .Nevada* would be much more suitable.
Professor Kieier then gave an Interesting
account of his recent observations to de
termine the rate at which the nebua
move. The observations are not yet com
pleted, but so far they seem to show a speed
of about fifteen miles a second.
Last night's meeting will be the last in
the old quarter?, as a removal will be made
shortly to the Academy of [Sciences Build
ing ou .Market street.
Eminent Tf»tinuiny.
Mis. Henry Ward lieeclier writes:
40OKANGE ST., BUOOKI.Y.V, N. V , )
li'li. 11, 18U0. )
'• 1 have used Aluock'B I'lastkiis fur some
years for myself and family and, as l;u as able,
for the many nifferm who cum» to un for aisisi
untT, and have found ll. em a gr uhin • relief for
most of me aches and pains nliicli 11 nil l.« lieir
to. 1 liave used allcock's I'i.a»i°f.ks for all
kind of lameness and acute pain, ami by fre
quent cxi en.iieuis nun mat they can control
many ca-es not tinted iv your clrcalai
" Tlie above is i lie only testimonial I have ever
Eiveo In favor of any piaster, and i; my Dame lias
been used to recount) ml any oilier It 13 nllliout
mv autiiorlly or sauclioa." *
BSCABSUI 180 11 iv.— At ihe annual
election of vfScers of tbe Fiancesca Jleiirf So
ciety, Mi«» 1.. Harvey was cliosmii I're>kt«nL;
.Mi«. L. IfubiiiH.in, First Vice.f'rti.sldent; Miss
M.David, Secoud \"toe-Fresidaui; Miss 11. M.
Sktdmore, SecretaiT, and Miss E. McAToy,
Tieusuiei.
BF.iijKi.i.NO has the only reliable metbod) to
fit OrlfCllvesißht. ITT Kearny hiil *
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS. '
f Birth, marriage and death notice* sent by mall
will not lie iinert-:'!. Tbejr u*uu be handed in at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
witu the name and resldenoe of persons authorized
to hare the same published.]
BOKX.
BABBICKS-Ib this city, January 28, 1891, to the
» lie of 1.. H. Harriets, a son.
KKl.i.mii; _ in this city, January 30, IK9I, to the
wile of Hen K. Ken. .gar. a sun.
HELLWIU— In this city. January 26, HOI, to the
wife or C. Heirwlg. a daughter.
O'CONNOB— In this city. Jauuary 23, ISS9I, to the
wile of Kichurd O'Connor, a son.
RKIIBEKii- this city. January 29, 1881. to the
wile of r. Itehbcrg. a so.i.
SCIIIJBKKT— In this city, January 24, 1831, to
wife of Paul Schubert, a son.
DOW— In tots city. January 11, 18 11. to the wife of
James M Dow, a son.
McKLROY-ln this city, January 81, 1831, to the
wife of Thomas McElroy, a daiigtit r.
JAKMAN'-ln this city. January 31, 1391, to the
wife or li. G. Jarma'n. a sou.
FAY-In this city, January 29. 1831, to the wife of
Thomas J. Fay, a son.
SCHMIDT— Iu tills city, January 23, 1891, to the
wife of A. C. Schmidt, .1 son.
I'KHH.-SAN— January 25, 1891. to the wife of B.
l*ehrss:in, a dausnter.
MAKItIKD.
LEVI-FURTII-In thU city. January 25, 1831,
&unnel Lerl and Emella Furtli. . ,
BYRNE-TRA>SCE-lii furtlaiKl. con. January
25, 1891, Allan i > me of Ban ITancUcuauu Naucy
K. Trausue or Alameda, Cal.
MAI XUS — BBOPHV —In Centerrille, Alameda
County. January 28. 1891. l,v me Her. Father
Feruandes, John Mattos Jr. and Annie Eliza-
beth lirophy. both of O,,tervtlli-.
PIEBCE-COSlSlE— January Si, 1891. by the Her.
Hr. Siialcllnu, George 11. M. l'lerca and Jennie J.
Cosule, ootti •>; Sau Francisco.
l>ll.i». •
Iloyle. Hugh A. Keys, Gilbert 8.
liouilrow, Frances I.lverni»re, Obadlab
livmf. Mary K. Llllis. James L.
l:uu. her, James Mulrii].. Charles L., Sr.
Boa*, Alfred J. It. I.ami, Robert H.
liorkiuan. William L. l^troadec, Henry
Casad, Martin i:. MilMa us. Daisy E.
Dlxon. Mr;. Laura E. Kama, Eugene Mart"!
Khlcrs. Dirdrlch K. Mouitou. Mrs. E. A.
KlUs. Cecilia >cli. James
Knni.-i, Kirhard ' Ota, William
Flelltz. m.iiim Rostamp. Christina S.
Fleming. Ktta F. Kosenbanm, Bertha
I'oiey, M r^aret Stebblus. Kranit
Flint. William C. Suarez. Adeinilra
Faurholt. (;. Soron fchulte. John Hermann
Gegan, AmDrosa K. Schwartz. Anna
Oaiuiiul, Charles A. Schraol:. William A.
Holt, lieorgo I. Trlnp. t-Jlm K.
Jenkins, Charles L. Vaide<, Victor
Johnston, Catherlue Wilson. Charles W.
Kelly. William Whitney. Nina Rose
Kellsher, Uosanna Ward, Gertrude liana
EHLKUS— In this city. January 29. 1831, Dledrlch
K. beloved hiiNbaudof Dora Killers, and father of
Rlrliard, August. Annie ami s»phle Killers, and ■
brotber-in-lan' Mrs. Henry Killers and Henry
Waruecke, a native of Bremervurde. Germany
aged 47 years. 9 months and 28 days. [New Yort.
Brooklyn -.., t Hoboxen (X. J.) papers please
copy. I
JNTFrlendsana acquaintances are respectfully
iuvltird to attend the funeral THIS day i.sun
day), at 2 o'clock v. «., from his lite residence,
2 Frceluu street, corner Zue. liiterinent I. O. <>. v.
Cemetery. ■ - *••
FIKLITZ-ln this city, January 29, 1891, Vf Illlam.
belovcit son of William arid Mary Kielitz, a native
of San Kranclnco. aired 20 years., . . . ■
Iff Friends ana acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend tiie fmu-ral THIS DAY (Boo-
day>, at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the residence of
his pareiitr-t, 251 Fourth street, near roisom.
Interment 1. O. <>. F. Cemetery. •.-.--.. •»• ■
HDSKMtAU.M —la this city, January 2<«, 1891,
liertha. ueluved wife of Mus«s llosenbauin, a na-
tive of Oermany, a-e.l 62 years and 6 mouths.
* 3i"rrli!iKli are rmpectfiilly Invited to attend
the funeral services 'IHIS DAY (Sunday), at
9:15 o'clock a. m., from her late residence, north-
west comer of oi-tavla and California - streets:
thence by special train, which leaves Valencia-
street station at 11 o'clock a. si. sharp. Please
omit (towers. . •*
FLINT— In this city. January 25. 1891. William C ,
beloved in,>,i, -in. lof Anna Mint, a native of New
YorH City, aged 38 years. -1 months aud 21 days.
[New York papers please copy. 1 »■ *
*a-Funeill services win bo held THIS DAY
(Suudav), at 1:30 o'clock p. M..at Simpson Memo-
rial M. K. Churci, corner of Hayes anil Buchanan
street. F lends aud Acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend. lutermeut I. O. o. F.
Cemetery. -..-.- -^ ;>-'."-. 2 -■
SCHWARTZ- In this city.. January 29, 1891, Anna,
beloved mother of Herman, Joseph, Henry, Max
and Jacob Schwartz and Mrs. K. !.• viton. a native
of HohfMiita. ujc&l 75 years. :
~ Ji*9~Frtends ana acquaintances are resnectfnlly
Invited to attend th» funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
day), at 9:30 o'clock a.m., from her late leililence,
1034 iiolilen Gate avenue. I Inteiuient Home of
Peace Cemetery, San Mateo.' _„.*•
BCHHOLZ— In this city. January 30. 1891. William
Albert, beloved husband of Wilheimlne Schmolz,
Mini lather or Sirs, liming and Bertha and Ida
8<lnnoli!, a native of Sinttuart, WurtemUerg. Uer-
many, «ed 8* years. ni.miiis and 13 days. | New-
ark (N. J.) papers please copy. ) ..--■■" ~ - - -■■ ■ ~
.■ Mr". ■■ ral services will lie bell THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock i-. w.. at bis late residence.
bO3 ii. ::.\i:> street. Friends and acqua ntaoces
are resiiecirully invited to attend, Interment
I. O. O. F. Cemetery. . . ..... 2
KEYS— Iu this city, Uiibcrt 8. Keys, a n&tivo of
New York, «gcil 52 years. • ■ - -• -.-■■■
«9-Fnnentl services will be held THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock r. m.. at 102) Fourteenth.
street, Oakland. Interment private. ■ -** ■ '
VARU— In this city, January 31),' 1891, Gertrude
' Kd.ia, beloved daughter 01 Charles J. anil Louise
- . <;. Ward, :i native of Sun Francisco, aged 9 mouths
- and 21 day*. vx^-«nni*fmtmJ******nininmt im
. ei-Frieiifls and aci|U»l"tnuccs are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
I day), at '£ o'clock f. m.. lroui tne parents' real-
""l ' ' • i ~ *.•"'" •• ') ii 'itITTrWTTiWIT^
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1891-SIXTEEN PAGES.
MISCELLANEOUS.
UNDEIWEARjBHOSIERY!
We offer the LARGEST STOCK and BEST OF VALUES. There is no
other that will compare , with ours in magnitude. Seeing is 'Relieving.
Come and see the quantities, the complete assortment of all those makes
. which have a reputation ; learn the prices, examine qualities and compare
with any stock elsewhere, either at wholesale or retail. Buyers will find
prices lower than any other jobbing house.
XJ2STIDER."W"E J^Pl.
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" tenbury Woolen Mi 115........... ..„...; ...$3.00 a. JSixlt
VICUNA MERINO UNDERWEAR woven by the Derbyshire Knitting '
Mills .....;........$3.00 a. ISxxit
I 12-THREAD ENGLISH BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR, woven by ;
I the Nottingham Mills----....... ...$3.00 a. JStxit
Those to ■whom it is an objeot to save on purchases are strongly urged
to see and compare our prices before buying elsewhere.
HOSIERY.
ENGLISH BALBRIGGAN HOSE, in Fancy Stripes, guaranteed seam-
less and fast colors, sold by other dealers at 3 pairs for SI. at
••••• 15c a. Pair
Pure NATURAL WOOL HOSE, guaranteed extra value, 2 So ex JPair
ENGLISH CAPE DRIVING GLOVES „..500 a. Pair
FOUR-PLY LINK CUFFS 3 3F»a,la.-s Xcrc 2So
A manufacturer offered us his entire line of Neckwear at 40 cents on the
I Dollar, Spot Cash. Being: the largest handlers of Neckwear on this Coast
A manufacturer offered us his entire line of Neckwear at 40 cents on the
Dollar, Spot Cash. Being the largest handlers of Neckwear on this Coast
we accepted his offer and will sell them for •
2.3 CENTS EACH, soid elsewhere tor 50c each.
.
SATIN STRIPED DEESS SHIRTS, Latest Novelty, Reduced to 50c, Sizes 155 to 17.
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I 232 Kearny Street.
B : " ■■"'' ': "■'. rei Sn tf |
dence. 1 121 Filbert street. Interment Mount Cal-
vary Cemetery. . ••
FOI.KY-lii this city. January 30, 1891, Margaret
Foley, beloved mother or Daniel Foley, a native
of AuabaMa, County. Cork. Ireland. aeed 82 years.
ts-I'rlends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
day), at 7:30 o'clock a m.. trom the residence or
her suit,lo;t.» Honarddtreet; thence to St. Joseph's
Church, where a requiem mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her soul, commencing
at 8 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
tery. •*
Mi MANCS— In this city. January 29, H9l, Daisy
K. .McManus, beloved daughter or T. D. and M.
McManus, a native of Portland. Oregon, aged 15 '
years and A months. [.lunenti (Alaska) Hud Purl-
' laud (Oregon) papers please copy. -
ag-Hrlends ana acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
day). at 12 o'clock v.. from the residence or uer
parents. 636 Golden Uate avenue. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery. •*
WHITNEY— In this city, January 31. 1391. Nina
Rose, beloved daughter or F. K. Whitney, a native
or San Francisco, aired 14 years. i) mo ,th.-. and 19
days.
JMrl'"rle.'ids and acquaintances nro respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
day), at '4 o'clock p. if., from the residence of
her father. 216 Twenty-Urn street. Interment
I. O. 0. F. Cemetery. •
is — In tins eit, . January 30,1891. Cecilia, be-
loved wife of Llppmau Klias, »n.t mother of Gus-
sle. Israel, Isaac and the late Michael Eli. is. a na-
tive or Cztrnikau. Prussia, (iennauy. Denver aud
New York papers please copy.]
Friends ani acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
day), at 1 1 o'clock a. «.. s.iHrp, from her late resi-
dence. 788 l'ni»n street Fuijer.il Ky train. Inter-
ment Home or Peace Cemetery, San Mateo.
Please omit Hum-cm. *
lioucHEß In this city. January 30, 1891, at his
late residence, r>."> 1 Stevenson street. James .
lloncher, a native of Rtiscoiainou, Ireland, a^ed
65 rears.
JWKrlends of the family are respectrully
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
day), .-it 1:80 o'clock p. K. Interment Mount Cal-
vary Cemetery, ••
LAIRD-In this city, January 28, 1891, Robert 1).
beloved husband of Annie M. Laird, a native ot
Scotland, a -ed 52 years, 8 months and 27 days.
[Virginia City (Nev.) papers please copy.]
S3" Friends and acquaintances, and members of
Sau iron Scottish ThUtle Club, an respect-
fully Invited to attend the fuueral THIS DAY
(Sunday >, at 1 o'clock v.. from M;lsuuic Temple,
corner Post aud Montgomery streets. Interment
Masonic Cemetery. 2
TRIPP-InthU city. January 29. 1831. Elm F.
Trlpp. a native of Denmark, aired 24 years.
JivarFrlend.s and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the fuceral THIS DAY (Min-
day), at 2 o'clock p. v.. from 'JJQ' Market street.
Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. 2
BIiSJS-In this city. January 30. 1831, Alfred J. If.,
belnvcd son of Margaret and Martin Rose. ■ native
of San Francisco, aged 4 ye.ir-. 1 month and 15
flays.
*a-Frlends ana acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sun-
day), at Imo o'clock p. m.. from the family real-
dence, lir.'i'j Bryant street. Interment Laurel
Hill Cemetery. 2
GIAN.MNI- la this city. January 30. 1831. Charles
A. I '..iitulnl. sou or J 'bi and Julia Giannlni. a na-
tive of s.-i:i Francisco, aged 1 year, 7 months and
14 ilu-s.
Js9~Frlends and acquaintances are respecrully
Invited to attend the fuueral THIS DAY I Sun-
day), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the resilience, 1428
Powell street. Interment 1. O. O. F. Cemetery. •
JENKINS— In this city. January 25, Charles L. Jen-
kins, a native of New Orleans, aged 42 years and
'.'•* days.
MARINE ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION, No. 35—
Members: Yon are hereby uotlltcd to assemble at
the Masonic Temple to attend tit funeral of our
late brother. Charles L. Jenkins. TIMS DAY
(Sunday.', at 1:30 o'clock p. m. IS v order.
E. W. TCCKh.K, President. I
J. W. Hakvev. lice, and Cor. Sec. 1
KOSKAMP— In South San Francisco, January 29,
Christina S.. b.-iovxd wire or Henry Itoskamp,
and mother or Katie. Mary, Lizzie, Annie, Henry
and Louisa Koskatnp. a native or Philadelphia.
Pi".. ageil 44 rears, 1 month and 16 days. [ Phila-
delphia papers please copy. I
Mf Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Miu-
<la>), at 10 o'clock a. m., from her late resilience.
Twelfth avenue, botweeu N and P street. South
Ban »raucitco; thence to All Hallows Church,
where a solemn requiem mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her soul. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery. • a
MASTEN— In Oakland. January 30. IR9I, Eugene
.Vartel, Infant son of Joseph M. and Eugenic J.
Masten. aged 10 months and 27 diys. * - *
ITI uneral will take place THIS DAY (Sun-
day), at 3 o'clock p. m.. from 1232 Madison street,
Oakland. Interment private. *
FLEMING— In this city. January 31, 1891. Etta P..
lieloved daughter of Catherine and the late David
Fleming, a native of Spencer, Mass., aired 19 years,
Si mouths and 14 days. [Stockton papers please
copy. !
Funeral will take place TO-MORROW (Mon-
day), at 8 o'clock*, m.. from the family residence.
2084 Market street ; thence to .St. Joseph's Church,
where a solemn requiem mass wi'l be celebrated
for the repose of her soul, commencing at 8:30
o'clock a. m. Interment -Mount Calvary Ceme-
tery. --;.-■- . ••
KELLY— In this city. January 30. William, be-
loved sou of James aud the late Minnie X, Kelly,
a native of Han Francisco, aged 3 years, 1 mouth
and 24 days. .-
iff Funeral will take place TO-MORROW (Mon-
flay), at 8 o'clock a. m., from the residence of
Mrs. C. Fleming, '20*4 Market street.* Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery. •
MOILI ON —In this city, January 29, 1891. Mrs.
' Elizabeth A. Moultnn, late of Maiden, Mass.. a na-
tive ol Maine, aged till years, 'i months and a days.
[Boston (Mass.) papers please copy. 1
•a* Funeral will take place TO-MORROW (Mon-
day i. at 2 o'clock p. m., Irom 2000 Laguna stroet.»
DIXON— In this cltv, January 30, lam. Mrs. Laura
E. Dlxon, slsier c( Mrs. ( riah Wallace, a native or
Monroe. Conn., aged 67 years. 6 months and 26
days. ( Bridgeport (Conn. 1 and lio.>tuu (Mass.)
papers please copy.] . • - - ... ....
ITS* Funeral services will be held TO-MORROW
(Monday), at 2 o'clock p. m., at her late resl-
deucp, 2626 Sutter street Friends and acquaint-
ances are respectfully Invited to attend. Inter-
ment Laurel Hill Cemetery. : . ... . 3
JOHNSTON— In this city. January 31. ISHI. C IUI-
-• rinr Johnston, beloved sister of Mary Ann Gra-
ham, a native of Fermanagh, Ireland, aged 63
' years and 29 days,
«*-l-un'ralwill take place TO-MORROW (Mon-
day), at 10 o'clock A, v.. from her late residence.
391 '/s Ninth, stieet. Interment I. O. O. F. Ceme-
tery. ■. ■ - •
BYRNE— In this city. January 31. 1«91,' Mary E.,
beloved daughter of Daniel aid Bridget Kyrna,
a native or - Sun Francisco, aged 17 years, 11
months and 6 days. - . . . .- ■
•~dr Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Mon-
day;, at 9:45 o'clock a. m.. from the residence or
tin: parents, - 130H Howard Mr. el; thence M
St. Joseph's Church, where a requiem mass will
bo celebrated for i he repose of tier soul, commenc-
ing at 10 o'clock a. m. . luteruiant Mount Calvary '
■ Cemetery. ..".••
SCIIULTE-In till* city, January 30, 1891. at the
German Hospital, John . Hermann Schulte,
beloved brother or J. O. W. Bchulte, a native of
(lehrde, Hanover, aged tt ) years, 6 months and 9
days. - ----- ■ -> iiMiwmiiwn iiinfim' hhiuphwijbiq
e»Mrietr!s anc acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the runeral 10-MoKKOW 1 Me. 11-
-day), at 1:30 o'clock p. 11.. from Qermanla Hall,
Bush street, between Stockton and Powell. Inter-
' ment Laurel mil Cemetery. . . •*
ODK.N— In this city. January 81. 1891. William,'
beloved son of Alexander and Paula Odi-n, a na-
t ive of ban Francisco, aged 4 years, 4 months and
• 6day<. ■■• •. - . - -„ '- . -.\.^~ .---.-.•.,.■,.:
• Friends anil acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the lunerai TO-MORKOW (Mon-
day), at '2 o'clock p. m., from the residence of
i his parents. 427 Vi 'ireonwlch street, uearDupont.
. ; Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. ; - -,■ ■ ■-. -••
KKLI.F;HI.K— In this city, January 31, 1891. Ro-
s'luna, beloved daiuhter of Patrick and Ann Kel-
leher. a native ofNew South Wales, 13 years,
:'. 1 month and b d.-tys. ■-. ■■ ; --„. -^ „-,•:■■
*a-Frlcuds and acquaintances are respectfully.
Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Mon-
day), at 8 o'clock a. m., from the residence of
V the parents, 15 Pfeltcr sir el. off Stockton, be-
tween Lombard aud Chestnut. - Interment Holy •
Cross Cemetery. ,-•--.' •• -
-LIVERMOKK-Io this city. January 30, 1891, Oba- 1
. dlah Llrermore, brother of Mrs. Austin N. Ilim-
Kcrionl. a native of Rlckrord, Tloga Couuty, N. V.. '
aged 63 years, 3in -nun and IB flays. ■•■ . - •
- a7*Filends am Invited to attend the funeral
"Services To-Jluliltinv (Monday), at a o'clock
- p. m., at the Fourth Congregational Church, lireen
street, near Stockton. •■^e.-^»-^- ■m««'js.^ •• -„
si Mil / i!, this i;ltv. Jannary 30, IH9I, Adellnlra
- Suarez, a native or Hairinoon Bay, Cat., aged 1 18
' years, 8 months and 8 days. *- . is-t, ,»» ..-..-, ; -i
g*^, «*-* uncial will take place TO-MORROW (.Mon-
day), at 10 o'clock a. m., rroin the residence.
ISRiI Broadway. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.*
BOYLE— In i*aus:illto. . January SO. IK9I. Hush A.
Boyle, lielnved husband of Carmalita M. Kiirlr,
and brother of Sidney K. Hoyle, a native ol Mis-
souri, aied 47 years, 4 months and i days.
43~Fnen<ls and acquaintances are respectfully
~ Invited to attend the lutieral TO-MORKOW (Mon-
day). The remains will arrive (mm Hansalito on
iheB:4s nArrow-cmam beat: thence to new St.
Mary's fciheilr.il. Van Ness avenue.where a solemn
requiem high mass will he celebrated for the
repose of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.
lutermeut Holy Cross Cemetery. 2
VALDES-Near Santa Rosa. January HI), Victor,
sou of Elizabeth and the late. J. M. Values, ajed
19vears.
uneral will take place TO-MOHROW (Mon-
day), from sixteenth street, Oakland, on the ar-
rival of the 9:10 o'clock a. m. train. *•
FAURIIOLT— In Oakland. January 30, 1891. C.
Boren r'urhoit, a native of Deunurk, aged 35
years.
tar Friends aim acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral TUESDAY. February
3d. at 1 o'clock p. m.. from Das la Will. Broadway,
between Seventh and Eighth streets. Oakland. In-
t.-rnient I. (>. o. F. Cemetery. Sin Kr.iuclaco. Will
arrive at fuot ot Market street at '2:15 o'clock
P. M. 1
M:i!.~lii this city. January 31, I.SBI. James, lie-
loved husband of the late Ann Nell, and father of
.laniM. (h«rle'<, Mamie and Maggie Nell and Mrs.
William WaMa, a native o! ureenwich, England,
a^'e.l 53 years. 1 llustou (Mau.) papers Dlea-it:
copy.)
«i»-Xotlce of funeral Hereafter. _ •
LI 1.1 IS— ln this city, January 81, at his residence. 6
Camp street, between Albion aveune and Guerrero
street, Jamw L., beloved husband of £le*uor l(i \
' I. HI'S.
BOUDKOtv— In this city, January 30. ism. Fran-
ces, beloved wife of Peter Il.iiKlrovv. a native of
Cape r.rltou, aged 88 years and I mouths.
LINTRDP-In thliclty. January 31, ('harm L.. Sr
beloved father of James. Charles. Jr., Mary and
Carrie Llntrup, a native of Uenmirk.
LETKOADKO-Iu this city, January 81. IS9I.
- Baan Letroadec. brother of Julian Lctroadnc
and ?Trs. i. R. Scoular, a native of San Francisco,
aged 35 years.
r.OUKMAN-In this city. January 29. William L..
beloved son of L. 11. and 1,. A. Horkinan. it native
. <<: San £raiicUcu, aged i yeuis. 5 months and 2
days. .
CASAD— In tin* city. January 3D, Martin R. Cuai,
formerly or Marysvllie, Cal., a native of Ohio,
I aged 60 years, A months and '20 days.
UKUAN— In this city. January 30. Ambrose Francis
Gegan. a native of Ireland, aged 41 years.
HOLT— In Santa Cruz. January 30. Ueorge I. Holt,
a native of Massachusetts, aged 60 years. . -
WILSON— In Stockton. January 28. Charles Wldd-
•flip, eldest and beloved sou of John Downcs and
Mary Vrruuu wiis'in, a native of Hoslon, Mass.,
aged 36 tears, 10 mouths and 12 days.
STKBMINS-Iu San Jose, January 29, Frank Steb-
bins.
ESNIS— In Virginia City, Nov.. January 28. Rich-
ard Hun's, beloved brother of Mrs. Robert Kea
and Ml»» C. Eunls. a native of I'ort Ulenone,
County Antrim, Ireland. *
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TO-NIGHT | l*3? | PERFORMANCE
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.■Monday Kvonlne, February Sd,
, ELABORATE PRODUCTION 1,,,
[:NKW COMPANY.: . :NEW COJIPASI.:
Lecocq's Masterpiece,
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- Pla ** nUn 8 Every Evening This Week (Except Sunday), Matinee Saturday Only, Her New :
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. • f Characteristic Dances, etc.
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"all' THE COMFORTS OF HOMR."
ANNOUNCEMENT
THE BAI.K OF SKATS FOB
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME
will Open at the Box Office of the Ealdwin Theater TUESDAY NEXT, FEB. 3d.
accomp'anled I by"lbe r m e on t ""' "* aecepte<l before that tlme and n0 atteutlou ca tt be paid to orders unless
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THE 53 13 A. KING !
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: THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING,
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
Beginning Next Saturday Evening, Feb. 7in,
FIRST PRODUCTION IX THIS CITY
Of WM. FLEKOJi'S Version of th»
CASE!
As originally produced at tho
STANDARD THEATER, SEW YORK.
SYBIL JOHNSTON!
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— -A. !—
GDSTAYDS LEYICK - as - - - - Pierre
CHARLES KENT - - as - - Constantin
And an Excellent Supporting Company,
Under the direction of Mil. WAI. A. UK A Di.
■ I'lilCEs:}— Oc, 01/ C, lOc, 5)1
tfjr The Box-office will open on Wednesday morn-
lng. February 4th, for the sale of seats. ■ ' It
\i K. AND MRS. DREWS' DANCIXO AOAU- f>\
ill einy, 71 New Montgomery St.— New ar- as
rangemonts; tuition reduce,!; dancing lear!i^d fT%
fit little cost; Ueucs exclusively (tieglnneri), Ll_» .
I Mondays, IVednesd^ys; Ladies (t>e2luue»), l'ni.
I ' Ca>s.ruursdayd; uotieos Saturday evouiug*;
lesbonsdAii f. . T . -w:*i^j T-..-V- . . . UailiC
ATAUGTION!
....8T. ...
OTAERELL&LANa.
MONDAY,
FKBUUAKV 8 IS O'CLOCK NOON
At Real Estate Exchange,
16 POST STREET,
Filton - Street Investment !
Only Half-Block from : New Cl lf Hall.
LOT 27:0x120.
IMPROVEMENTS AS FOLLOWS;
Fnlton-street front Saloon and Two Flats ; Birch
avenue Four Apartments. Total lucoino at present
if too per month. .:
39 FULTON STREET,
34 BIRCH AVENUE.
Sale subject to confirmation by Superior Court.
For further particulars apply to
O'FARRELL & LANG.
l»30 FrSuMo 11 Montgomery at.
GEO. F. LAMSON,
AUCTIONEER ft COMMISSION MERCHANT,
426 Krarnr St.. between Califorula and Pins. *
TO-MORROW.
Monday .........February 2. 1891,
At 1 1 o'clock a. m. . on the premises,
1009 Scott street, near Golden Gate avenue,
i will sell
THE ELEGANT FURNITURE OF RESIDENCE
COMrKISINO....
KU'irant Parlor Upholstery : Sofa; Easy Chairs;
Koekersand BeclloliiK Chairs; Fine Pictures;
Willow UockerandCiialrs: Klecant Body Brus-
sels Carpets and Huge: Center Tables; Kouquet
Stands; 1 Elecant Walnut Hook-case; 1 Magnifi-
cent queen add,) Walnut Chamber suit, with
bevel plate mirrors, cost #'- >- 1 oak Chamber
Suit: Best Spring and Hair Mnttressrs: Fine
Pillows: 1 Klegant Hall Hat-stand, with ronnd
mirror: 1 Handsome Dining Mm in Russia
Leather: 1 Klegtant walnut Extension Table;
.-.■; ; Fine China, Glass and Plated Ware: 1 First-class
Improved Range, with elevated uven; 1 Ito-
, frlKerator: Patent Kitchen Table, etc. .- -
The above furniture Is all very desirable.
fe!2t - UKO. F. LA.MSUM, Auctioneer.
A L. CRESSWELL,
' Oentral Ancir-n'er & Commission Merchant*
1015 Market St., bet. Sixth and Seventh.
TO-MORROW.
M0nday.......... ..February 3, 1891.
At 11 o'clock a. m., on promises, *,
1000 B GoMen Gate Are., cur. Lagnna St.,
~.i..l WILL SELL ..
THE MAGNIFICENT FURNITURE
CONTAINED IN ABOVE RESIDENCE, ..
•"". COMPniSINO IN HART.... '
One very eleirant Parlor Suit or 6 pieces, upholstered
■•■',' In genuine silk brocatelle goods: elaborately
carved Mahogany Frames, cost ¥250; lioautirul
. Mahogany Parlor Cabinet; Oil Paintings and
Engravings; Real Lace Curtains; Silk Chenille
Portieres; beautirm hall Hat Tree: one elegant
Antique Oak Chamber Suit; French Plate Mir-
rors, cost $165; two other beautiful sets In XVI
century and antique oak, with Cbeval Dressing
Mirrors; Sofa Beds; Patent Kockers, etc., etc. ;
. . beautiful Roxbnryaud Tapestry Carpets through-
out the house; very fine Antique Oak mirror-
back sideboard: rxtenMon Table and Dining
• ' Chairs to match; Hue Gasoline Stove; English
~ * Linoleum and Kitchen Utensils, etc., etc. -~ ' ;
• 1 urn-, Cash. a. L. CRESSWELL, Auctioneer.
- ■ ■■- ■^■^-■fel2t ■ .■■,■,■■■.-■...-■■-.■..-, v.<
- : AUCTION SALE
. ■■ ■■-:. ■--. ■ - ■. ....0F.V..: •••.--■•■
RICH AND ELEGANT FURNITURE.
M. J. SIMMONS, AUCTIONEER,
WILL ; si. 1.1. ■ T.)->IOI£l;OW
Monday .".'.'..";.".... . r "..~..';.T.". February 2. 1891,
At 11 o'clock a. if.,' at 1(1(17 Market St.," all of the
■ Costly l'nrl.r.-Heit and Pining ttoom Furniture,
Orand Upright Walnut-frame I'lano In perfect or- ,
■■" der (r<nt *650>. 8 Gold-frame. French-plate Mantel
I Mirrors, Axminister and 'Wilton Brussels carpets
- ■ and Rugs, t.leirant Painting* and Engravinira, for-
-.; merly contained In the residences of Dr. Farlratr
■ and Mrs. H. W. I'haiiwtm, consisting in part of: I
-* Two Elegant I'arlor Sets In satin brocatella; Par- .
- lor Upholsteiy of the latest stylos; Eastern Wal- -
nut ana Oak Bed-room sets: Maltressos; : Walnut
- Wardrobes; Book-cases; Cylinder Desk: Pedestal
- .. Extension-table: s sideboards : and . Hall-stands: *
' Medallion Kange, with warming-oven, and a lirgs ;
line of other fine goods too numerous to mention.
::.,.". - M. J.SIMMONS. Auctioneer. -■•
% 12t - ' ' : _ • omce, 1057 Market strnet.
-..~~™ X>|tT GOODS.
REMNANTS
- - ■ ■
AS A RESULT OF OUR
POSITIVE SELLING-OUT SALE
We find a vast accumulation of Eemnants in all our departments, and from now
on will pay special attention ;to the disposal of these goods. Every thin» is
marked in plain figures, and one only needs to see prices to be convinced of the
great bargains to be procured.
REMNANTS DRESS GOODS, REMNANTS SILKS,
REMNANTS BLACK GOODS, REMNANTS RIBBONS,
REMNANTS FLANNELS, REMNANTS LACES,
ODD LOTS HOSIERY, ODD LOTS GENTS' FURNISHING,
ODD LOTS CORSETS, ODD LOTS NOTIONS,
All at Less Than Cost of Manufacture.
CLOAKS!
This department has felt the effeot3 of the knife to such an extent that we
have no trouble in selling the goods. The price 3 do that, and we feel that while
such offerings are going on those in need of Cloaks, Wraps or Newmarkets
should be fully enlightened as to the best place to supply their wants, and it is
beyond question at
KEANE BROS.
11. C. TOBIKT ... TRUSTEE.
947, 949 and 951 MARKET STREET.
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