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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 22, 1874, Oakland, California Critaro. VOL. II. OAKLAND, CAL., FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1874. NO. 78. Graduating Class. The Board of Education held a spe- cial meeting last, evening to decide what students of the Senior Class of t. the High School are entitled to grncl- uate. Superintendent Campbell and Mr. McCbesney, Principal of ihe High School, were present. The following puoils were named as 'IHK OHADUATES: Frnnk Adams, Bruce Clow, William VanDykp. Hunkliead, Matlie Belcher, Sarah Bessie Craig, Annie Head, Clara Haw-ley, Annie McLean, Mary Russell, Millie Shlnti, Carrie Trimble, Jessie Whltcomb. Accident it Fnit Talo. Last night, at about 8 o'clock, while Mr. Alden and Kingsland were driv- ing In a buggy through FrultVule, the horse becoming frightened, started, and getting therein under his tail, all control of him was lost. While Mr. Alden leaning lorward to loosen the rein, the horse m.ikiiig a quick the buggy, throwing them botli out. Mr. Klngslund soon afterward secured the horse. Mr. Al- den received quite a severe gash over his eye; but the other gentleman es- caped witu a lew bruises. BargUrj In East Oakland. The store of Thomas Hill, on Adams street, near the Court House, East Oak- land, was entered by a back window on Wednesday nlgbt, and five 23-lb. boxes of tobacco, valued at one large box of tobacco, worth to- gether with some small loreign r.oins, and about in small chiyige, stolen. The Impression Is thai the robbery was committed by a gang of boys, who took advantage of Hill's condition to rob him, he being "on a tear" lor some days. Reported Assassination. A private dispatch Is repoited to have been received In San Francisco yesterday afternoon, stating that Dun- bar, who was formerly proprietor of the liquor bar on Hie "El has been foully murdered In the oil} of Mazatlan, Mexico. His dody wab lounti in an open lot, horribly muti- lated by stabs from aknile, or some other sharp instrument. ADVERTISEMENTS. WHERE TO GET GROCERIES PETER BAKER'S, 823 BROADWAY, Below Sixth street, Oakland. and Staple Groceries of ail kinds A at Sun Frincisco prices. Groceries de- livered free to all parts of the city. FOR SALE OR RENT. ON the northwest corner of West and 12th Streets, A GOOD HOUSE, ol Eiphi rooms, with bath room, wush house, stable etc. The lot Is KMclOU leet, well laid out and ornamented with shrubbery. Enquire of J. STBATTON, onthepiemises. IPOS SA.LE. A very comer kit, 5jxlOO feet well improved, on Twdith and West Bis. _____________________J. bTtUTTOS. For Sale. AYOUSO AMERICAN MARE ABOUT years old. Will bo sold for the keeping, at public auction on Monday, May 55, at H "'clock, at the Eeuch Hoube, Bay Farm Island, Alameda. J. W, WELMNB. EWSPAPERl ADVERTISEMENTS, 950 Itroadnny, Bet. Ninth and Tenth Sts., Oakland, Cat OAKLAND General Advertising Agency. HAVING SECURED THE MOST COX- bPlCUOUS Fences in Alameda county, we are prepared to arrange with business men to paint their Buemebs Cards thereon. t, DTJNAND, Manager. _C. F. ROBINSON, Agent._________ SANPORD, KELSEY CO. QAKLAND DRUG STOBE. 3D R TJ O S Chemicals and Perfumeries, And all articles usually found In a first-class Drug Store. Prescription -Department complete in all Its details. Store accessable at all hours of the day or night. 971 ItronAwny, Corner Tenth street, Oakland. BANEHEAD SONS, AUCTIONEERS, bet. Fifth and Sixth Sts, GENERAL Licensed Auctioneers for Ala- meda county. Buy or sell Second-hand Furniture, and do a General Commission business. Crockery and Glassware constant- ly unhand._________________________ MARK EZEKIELS, ,1 UCTIONEEE. Office and Salesroom 1117 Broadway, bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth sts. MY REGULAR WEDNESDAY SALE HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1874. Parties having furnitnre to dip pose of will please remove it to my salesroom before morning of hale._________________ QUEENS INSURANCE CO., of Liverpool. Capital, Imperial Fire Insurance Co., oC London Capital, Home Mutual Insurance Co., of San Piancisco. Cash Capital, S3OO.OOO. STEIJN CRAIG-, Agents for Alameda County. Office, Union Savings BamV Bui Idlnjj. ADVERTISEMENT: MACK WEBBER'S Orange Flower Cologne Is unequaled for Uie toilet. Corner Broadway and Eleventh street. W. WILSON, pEACTICAL, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER. 961 BROADWAY, Four doors below the Eostofflce. GOLDEN STAR Hotel and Restaurant, 833 BEOADWAY, Below Seventh street, Oakland. AX AJLJL HOURS. CHRISTIAN BAUDER. Proo'r. LOUIS ZIMMERMAN, San Francisco Market. TyHOLESAEE and Itetail Doalerin ail W kinds of XME X2 .A. T S. 829 Broadway, between Sixth and Seventh street. Oakland. THE OAKLAND EINTRACHT SALOON, Cor. 11 th Franklin St. OAKLAND. furnished rooms. 3T. FURSTENFELD, Prop'r. G-. W. SCRIBNER, Dealer in BEEF, MUTTON, POKE, ETC- QTALL9 8 AND 10 CITY MA RKET, D Oakland. All orders left at this Market w e at- tended t o promptly. SPRING HATS TX EVERY VARIETY, CHEAP. A large assortment of PICNIC HATS, ADAMS, Hatter. BROADWAY NEAR NINTH STREET, OAKLAND STABLES, ELEVENTH STREET, Between Franklin and Webster, T IVEOT AND SALE STABLE. M, M. TINKHAM. Particular attention paH to Boarding, Buy- ing and Selling HorBes, ADVERTISEMENTS, BERKELEY VILLA ASSOCIATION. One-hair Acre for Payable S2O in Cash. BALANCE IN INSTALMENTS A MOUTH. rPHE Land wiich is within one-half mile J- of the State University, beautifully situated, commanding a magnificent view of San Francisco Bay and its surroundings. It is on tbe Ime of the railroad which la projected from Jacob's Landing (the termi- nus of the new ferry from San to the University. The new town of Berks. ley is certain to prove one of the largest and most favorite suburban centers of meda county. Title perfect A FKEE COACH Will leave the corner of Broadway UA Seventh Street, every Sunday and Wednesday, At 9 A, M, and 12 Sharp, To convey intended purchasers to tbe Asso- ciation'a grounds. For particulars and maps, anply to WILLIAM STDART, 113 Tjeidsdorff street, S. F., And F. CHAPMXLET, Eighth St., (near Oakland. GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, J. C, OLMSTED, Manager. rpHIS XEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL 13 A located on Twelfth, between Webster and Harrison streets, in the City of Oak- land has a frontage of three hnnc red feet on Twelfth street, and contains iwo hun- dred and forty rooms. In architectural design, convenience of arrangement and completeness of finish this Hotel is second to none on the Pacific Coast. There is a private entrance to the Elevator taVes guests to the different floors, lanclingtheni in bpacious halls, no less than three hundred feet long by twelve feet In width. The Rooms are large, well ventilated and provided with hot and cold water Baths, and all nrodera improvements. The Dining Booms are three in number., and light and cheerful. The Table is first- class, and prices moderate, The Billiard Room is capacious, well- lighted, and supplied with tables of the very latest paterns. Carriage11 and the Hotel Coach are always at the Market-street Depot on the arrival of the Eastern tram. Oakland Cornet Band, A. HEPENBVHG, LEADEB. rpHfi BEST JIUSIC FURNISHED TOR Balls, Parties, Picmcc, Parades, etc., on shortest notice, 461 Sixth Street, Between Broadway and Washington street. CITY CANDY STORE, 965 BEOADWAY, Two doorfe South of Postoffice Oakland. TTiOE Geo. Haas Premium Candltti and Huston Pi-obasco'B Candies which are received daily. Picnics. Balls, Parties, Etc-, Served at reasonable rates and at the aho est notice. Foreign and Domestic Dried Fralts, etc., constantly on hand. 3. H. BACON. MARK EZEKIELS. Licensecl Auctioneer For Alameda County. No. 1117 Broadway, Canning House Block Oakland. OUT DOOR SALE 1 of every description in any part of the Ccunty, promptly at- tended to. All sold strictly on corn- mi pston. H. BOWMAN, TJIPORTER AND DEALEE IN Family Medicines, Genuine Drugs, Fresh Herbs. Pore TTtaea imd Liquors, French and English Perfum- ery, Combs snd Brushes, Toilet Soaps and Powders in great variety, together with ev- erything usually kept in n. firBt-class Store. sy Prescriptions filled at all hours by careful and experienced bands. No. 913 BROADWAY, Eighth and Ninth Rtreetfi, Oakland,
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