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BOOMS TO Continued.
v-uiueii date ..»i-uiie.
C)r\(\ GOLDEN GATE AYE.— SONNY FUR-
ZUU nished or unfurnished room; suitable for 2.
Hayes Street. '
1 A HAVES — PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS;
XT' quiet: sunny; clean: $5 to $8 a month.
HAVES - 3 NICK SUNNY UN FUR-
-000 nished rooms: planked yard; cheap. '
Howard Street.
QOO HOWARD - NICELY FURNISHED
OZiL front parlor, suitable for two, $2; also sln-
gle rooms. $4 up.
1 IC'I HOWARD - NICELY FURNISHED
X 1 O i -rooms to let; $4 and up. ' ' " " "
-1 Q[\(* HOWARD, COX. FOURTEENTH— 3
XOUD or* sunny rooms: $H. - ' :
i«y«io Street.
/-'ORNER SUITE OF ROOMS ON GROUND
\J floor, suitable tor a physician, with or without
board. SW. cor. Suiter and Hyde. "■--..
ctones Street.
OHT WKK-THK VAX WINKM!: NEW
£\i i management: elegant ninny suites and
single; newly furnished; bath, etc.: »10 toS3A
i-»rny Ml«»..
ARLINGTON HOUSE. 127 KEARNT —
J\ Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first
class In every respect; terms reasonable.
Lagan street.
n/\r LAGUNA, CORNER HAVES— LARGE
DUO sunny front room furnished for gentleman;
bath; $10; reference. ■"
L, wig Street.
m-ii 3 UNFURNISHED SUNNY UP-
t&X I. stain rooms. 18 Lewis it., off Taylor,
pear Post. -■ - '~
.Lexington Avenue.
n LEXINGTON AYE.— FUR SUN-
ny room for gentleman; terms reasonable.
Atferke >.««•-.
VOSEMITB HOUSE, 1045 MARKET — PEB
1 ' night, 350 to 1: week. $1 50 to $5: families. '
Martha Place.
S MARTHA PLACE, BET. TAYLOR AND
0 Mason — '2 furnished rooms; 1 single; reasonable.
Mason Street.
£1 KB MASON — CHOICE SUNNY FRONT
D D furnished rooms to right parties. ■-: ■• :
3iijinn Tree..
q^O MINNA— SUITE OF ROOMS.
£(•7 MINNA, COR. EIGHTH— FUR-
DO I nished bay-window rooms; $1 per week.
101 1 1 MINNA, NEAR FOURTEENTH —
lOi. lit Large sunny front room, suitable for 2
gentlemen; quiet location; restaurant near by.
- ■."■--.oil .«.*;-.
1 (WA MISSION— SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
iUil rooms, $12; other rooms; bath. ~
Post street,.
nor POST— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED OR
£iOO unfurnished gentlemen's apartments; all
conveniences. . ,
Powell Street.
m POWELL— 2 SUNNY ROOMS TO RENT
for gentlemen. ' ' .
Sacramento Street.
1 A OKA SACRAMENTO, NR. HYDE-NICE-
Xr±£O ly furnished sunny room for man and
wife or 2 persons: family has no children.
second Street. ,-.('.
t)-\ 7 SECOND ST.— LARGE, CLEAN, SUNNY
-■1 I double room; $7 month; clean, single
rooms, *1 week. . - . ■ .
- . Seventh Street.
1 (\O SEVENTH - NICE NEW SUNNY
IvO rooms. ' . . ■ "
■ -. Silver Street.
OSS SILVER— TWO NICELY FURNISHED
»-«-) sunny front rooms; single and double; with
or without board; new house; small family; rea-
sonable.
MXth reet.
99 SIXTH— ELEGANT ROOMS; NEW FIRK-
-00 proof building; all conveniences: quiet.
1 09. SIXTH— NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
J-W rooms; clean, quiet, double or single; $5, up.
south I'arK.
1 n SOUTH PARK — WELL - FURNISHED
JLU front room; $5. ■.. - .. ■■ •
Stevenson Street.
f*nr\ STEVENSON— SUNNY FRONT
\J£.\) rooms: single or double. .
ATt X STEVENSON— HANDSOME BA Y-WIN-
\J~± I dow parlor suite for married couple or 2 or
more gentlemen; rented separately if desired; all
conveniences; sunny; central; cheap.
79_1 STEVENSON, OFF NINTH~F"rjR-
* £*%■% nished rooms, $5 per month.
Stockton Street.
909 1 STOCKTON - SUNNY FURNISHED
_U_2 rooms;, suites or single; reduced rates.
. "tier Mreu..
On Q SUTT'ER— FURN. ROOMS OR SUITES;
OvO $1 26 to $10 wk; night^sc to sl 50: transit.
Taylor Street.
1 AQ TAYLOR-DOUBLE PARLOR^; SEP A-
J \JO rate beds; suitable for gents; cheap; single
rooms. ' ■. -..'-■.
KOq TAILOR— NEWLY FURNISHED SUN-
-o^.o ny front suite; also large front room. .
Thirteenth Street.
"1 Ol THIRTEENTH— AND DOUBLE
-101 furnished rooms; bath and gas. '
A"1 £* THIRTEENTH. NEAR , VALENCIA—
trlO2 single sunny room; bath; board optional.'
lurk Mre«jc.
CAO:T U R X - SUNNY ' ROOM, PARLOR
OttO floor; grate, gas, bath $10.
Valencia Street.
rj-t VALENCIA — NICELY . FURNISHED I
I Ju front room, lor 1 or 2; board optional.
BOARDING ANl> ' ROOMS.
nice^y^k^r^cdlhedTroos[s)
OUU with board; reasonable.
Ql C VAN NESS . aye. — handsomely
VXO furnished alcove: bath; dressing-room; I
private family; home cooking; use or parlors, etc ; I
reasonable.
QyC ELLIS — jKLEGANT ROOMS; SELECT
000 table: for 1, $25; 2, $45; every convenience.
71 O POST — SUNNY ROOMS, WITH
11- board; suitable for 2 young men; $20 each.
QQQO TWENTY-FIRST. CJRNEK GUER-
«JO«7_ rero— Newly furnisned rooms, with
board: private family. •/. .. , „
I £*OQ DEVISADERO— FURNISHED ROOMS
-L \) O with board, $20 per month.
N ELEGANT SUNNY-CORNER FlRST-
class private family hotel: references required.
Victoria, cor. California and Hyde sts.
CAO van ness— newly FURNISHED SUN.
QUO ny rooms; good board; reasonable. ' ;
HOTEL BERTLING, 714 BUSH ST.— AFAM-
IIy hotel; references given and required : all i
modern conveniences.
CHILDREN BOAKOJil).
TIOR 2 CHILDREN, IN VALID OR AGED PEIC
X son, in pleasant East Oakland home; cooeicure;
reasonable price. Address MRS. M., 1107 Tenth
aye., cor. East Twelfth st. '
ADY WOULD LIKE A CHILD OR 2 TO
■I care for; large sunny house and yard. Apply
1315Goughst.
MEBICAN COUPLE WOULD BOARD 1 OR
2 children; good home and best care; room
for parent if desired: terms $8 per month. Call
or address MRS. T.. 1516 Curtis St., near Twen-
tieth and Market, Oakland. . ...
\\/OULD LIKE CHILD TO BOARD; GOOD
»' parents' care and home. 814 a Filbert st.
STORES To LET. "
YEW BUILDING TO LEASE SUITABLE FOR
X> hotel or liquors. 231 Third st.
1 !7(\\> STOCKTON — BUTCHER - SHOP . TO
X • I/O let; first-c!a£3 stand; cheap.'.
aj« o p. STORE, 3 rooms, laTTgis cellar.
— «J. 1128 Howard St.. near Seventh. .;
TORE— GUERRERO AND TWENTY-THIRD
sts.; concrete cellar; built for druggist; .best in
Mission for drugstore.
tore— Valencia and . twenty-first
O st.«.: s choice location; adapted for shoe or dry
goods store. • • ■
"VTEW STORE, SUI'J ABLK BKANCH BAKERY
Xi or drugstore. Oak and Buchanan sts. - ... ..-./-
LARGE STORE, WITH UP-TO-DATE FRONT
and r show-windows; --: located r 420 Sutter st.
Apply to R. McELROY. 4 Pbelan building. ;'-. / ; .
OFFICES TO IET.
hWLUl*S(i~<m MARKET^
KJ Elegant sunny offices. $12 50 up: eiectnc-light;
heating and janitor service free. Apply at building ■
cr U. H. UiIBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery st.
ATTORNEYS- AT-LA W.
"pr'\w?7KlNG7 A^rT^.^^
Ji. advice free: moderate; open c% r ng-;. ; 8 to 9
- PVJCB FREE— DIVORCE LAWS A SPSCt-
-'V ally; private; -' no charge unless successful; all
law cult* claims, ' collection*, wills, deeds, etc, as-
It-nded ta : O. W. 11 OWE, a»'y-at-law. 850 Matkat. ";
VTOAH F. . FLOOD, : LAWYER, 536 PA It KOTT
i.l building; consultation) free; moderate fees.
Ki . <)RK & MALCOLM, ATTORNEYS AT;
law. . room 431 Parrott building (Emporium).
DVICK Fiife.E: NO CHARGE UNLESS SUC-
ccoaful. W. W. DAVIDSON, 927 Market au
" BICYCLES.
pi^cTAT^AiLE^gTrß^N^Ußri^CY^LEs)-
-$45; bargains in second-hand wheels. - DAVIS
BROS.' bicycle department, 26 Geary St. ■-.'■"': >
CJ/ifl SPECIAL HIGH-GRADE BICYCLE;
cost * VI 6; in good condition, with com-
plete outfit Apply I. C. jCHARFF, 20Montgmr I y.
IGH-GRADE 2D-HAND WHEELS $25sUP;
sundries below cost. .■ 216 McAllister. .. . :■>
STERLING '96, DEERE, '96, AT REDUCED
Orates. DAVII» N. HA WLKY, 318 Market St. -
*oa4 salk-jhscellanjious. ..
OJR RALE^NICE, GENTI^FAMiLY cow,
Justin; 4 years old. . 3244 Harrison st. . - '
LOOP 28 FEET LONG, 11 FOOT BEAM. AP-
ply Lee's boathouge foot of Fourth st. /: J
ATE W $300 BKALSKIN COAT FOR $130 AT
1> UNCLE KARRIS', 15 Grant aye.
T/Oli SALE— ISO YOUNG PULLETS, INCU-
T bator. etc. Inquire for C. HICK'MAN, corner
San Leandro aye., and High St.. Frultvale. ' •
ILCH GOAT, SIN OLE HARNESS, SADDLE
and pet dog, three months old. H. RADINK,
12 Georgia st. - , ■ - -
BABY- CARRIAGE IN GOOD ORDER;
cheap, Call Monday, 204 2 Ninth st. /
O DOZEN FINE YOUNG BROWN LEGHORN
O hens. 143 Bartlett st. ■ ■ '-, ': ■.
"LUNE POULTRY AND MILK RANCH, WITH
J 1 slock and improvements; incubators and
brooders with lease: low rent. J. 8., Call Branch
Office, Sixteenth and Mission sts. /
SE SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE-SIZE
lire and burglar proof safe. 109-111 Market st.
CHEAP; BELVEDERE BOATHOUSE, TlBU-
ron. Apply 18VJB Market st., S. F. .;
JAPANESE PUPS FOR SALE; FIRST-CLASS
«l breed. 339 Bryant st. - : ;
ELMWOOD RANGES ARE THE BEST.
1M W. S. RAY MFG. CO., 12 California st.
AKS, ■ SHOWCASES, COUNTERS, SHELV
ing, etc., bought and sold. 1063 Mission, nr. 7th,
IOiFEE -MILL, SCALES, LETTER PRESS
' stand desk, money till, safe, cheap. 102 Clay.
j* UY YOUK BABY CARRIAGES AND RAT-
X> tan furniture at the factory and save retailer's
profit; get our prices. . CaL Rattan Co., 61 First st,
Dear Mission. ■ .
PLENDID REMINGTON TYPEWRITER,
$45: others from f'-'O up. REVALK. 409 CaL
L. OILERS, KNGINEIs,2D-UANDMACHINERY,
Xi waterplpes. Mclntosh <fe Wolpman, 187 Beale.
LL BABY CARRIAGES AND CHAIRS AT
cost; hood tops, $6 50 up; repairing; open
evenines. S. A Baby Carriage Mfg. Co.. 442 Sixth.
, UILDINGS BOUGHT; i^UiSlilEK, SASHiia
doors, mantels, etc.. Tv si\l». 116H Mission.
SEWING MACHINES.
rfM^LATE^T^PR^VEDNIcSEI^PLA^
ijpO. with automatic bobbin- winder. 145 Sixth
LL KIND.-, BUUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED,
rented .repaired: lowest rates. VO5 Fourth st.
musical INSTRUMENTS. -
p£an6^lTyerB™and lovers
of music look longingly forward to the day
when they shall oe the happy owner of a mag-
nificent Steinway piano, we hereby agree to take
back ill new and second-band uprights that, we
1 have sold within the past three years In exchange
] for new Steinways, and allow full purchase price
t as part payment. Steinway uprights will be ac-
cepted as part payment of Steinway baoy grands
upon the same term*. - .
Moral— Purchase your medium and low-price
pianos where they can be exchanged for Stein-
ways without sacrifice. .
We are still continuing our easy payment sys-
tem with all grades 01 pianos. SHERMAN.
CLAY & CO.. stelnway representatives, cor. of
Kearny and Sntter sis.
A CTUaLLY THE BEST BARGAINS IN PI-
Jr\ anos; see our list for this week; -pianos on $3
$4. $5, $6, $7, $8, $9, $10, $15, $20 monthly ■ pay-
ments; fine stool and cover with each; delivered
I free anywhere in the city and kept tuned by ex-
pert concert tuners. The F. W. SPENCER CO.,
salesrooms 933 Market St., opp. Mason.
N IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW AND SEC-
oud-band pianos from leading makers; no-
; body can offer better terms and prices; remember
ours is the oldest and largest music-house west of
Chicago: call or write. KOHLER & CHASE, 28
O'Farrell St., . San Francisco,
AGNIFICENT HARDMAN UPRIGHT
l»i left for sale by a professor of music: obliged
I to sell: piano is practically new and a marvel of
beauty and exquisite tone. THE J. DEWING
COMPANY, second floor, Flood building, Fourth
and Market sts. ,
CHICKEKING UPRIGHT $550 PIANO,
only used a very short time; splendid tone:
must be sold at once, owner leaving the city; no
] reasonable offer refused. 610% Polk st. . ..
PRICES TALK ! AH ELEGANT NEW UP-
X right piano, stool, cover, delivery, tuning,
$169 50: large uprights, S3 per month. J.
HARRY SCOTT. 526 Hayes st.
T?"IXE NEW UPRIGHT PIANO AT A bACRI-
-T nee. Apply at drugstore, sixteenth acd Mar-
ket st. ■.■■■-',. ■ ■-. . ■ ■'.'■
RARE CHANCE— 2 FINE DECKER & SON
uprights; nearly new; great bargain. MAU-
VAIS'. 769 Market St. .. /
AS USUAL BRUENN PIANOS RECEIVED
highest award Mechanics' Fair. 228 Post st.
EST BARGAINS IN 'HIGH-GRADE UP-
right pianos at E. W. LICK. 116 McAllister st.
fljjrrr ROSEWOOD CASK UPRIGHT PIANO;
t|P i O. perfect order. BOWERS&SON, 23 sthst.
ECKKK BROS. GR.Ad, LIKK NEW, FOR
U sale cheap. STATH AM- & CO., 106 McAllister.
"MAGNIFICENT STEINWAY UPRIGHT AND
J>l Schubert: little used; sacrifice. 1019 Van NeBSS
OO i> UPRIGHT CHEAP FOR CA>H.
VX SCHM 16 McAllister, next Hibernia Bank.
G. BADGER, S-OLI-: AGENT FOR HALL.X
.<& Davis and Francis Bacon pianos, 406 sac'to
YKON MAUZY. 508 POST ST.— SOHMKM,
Newby <ft Evans, P.ritres mid other pianos.
QUPERIOR VIOLIN* ZITHERS. OLD ANEW
O H. .MILLER, maker, r-ijalrer. S! Latham placa.
~ MEDICAL. ~~.
BLESSING TO LADIES SUFFERING
from irregularities and diseases peculiar to
their sex: latest Improved method of treatment;
never falls: perfectly harmless; free from any bad
effects; never makes them sick to make them
well; travelers helped immediately; prices to suit
the times; ■ home in . confinement. " Dil. & MRS.
DA VIES, 14 McAllister St.. next Hibernia Bank;
consult free; French regulating pink , pills, $2;
hours from 9a.M.t05 P. M. and 7to9P. M. - ; - - :
LL CASKS OF IRHEG ULAKITIES BE-
stored at once; safe and sure relief guaran-
j teed: travelers helped without delay; homo In
I confinement: regular physician of long and suc-
cessful practice; medical electricity acd safe reme-
dies lor all > female complaints: .. ladies : call and
state your case before Seine treated elsewhere;
you will save time and expense; consultation free.
MRS. DX. WYETH. 910 Post St.; near Larkin.
NEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-
m ent or worthless pills used: every woman
her own physician for all female troubles, no mat-
ter from what cause; restores always in one day:
can be sent and used at home: all cases guaranteed;
if you want to be treated safe and sure call on a
man's physician. . DR. POPPER. 318 Kearny St. '>:.
R. FOULET'S FRENCH CAPSULES, A
guaranteed absolute cure for all female Irregu-
larities (no matter what cause); positively safe
and sure: no danger or after effects; taken in time,
it also acts as a preventive; price $1 60 per box;
sent free by mall on receipt of price. 7 WALLER
BROTHERS, 33 Grant aye.; Kan rancisco. - :
T~ADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY-
Ju royal Pills (Diamond Brand) are best; safe, re-,
liable; take no other. Send 4c., stamps, for particu-
lars. "Relief for Ladies,*' in letter by return mall;
at druggist's. Chichester Chem. Co.. Philadelphia,
B. GOODWIN MAKES A: SPECIALTY OF
diseases of women and restores all cases of
irregularities In : one day, guaranteeing a cure or
no charge; separate home for patients; best skill;
low fees: regulator^. ;. 904 McAllister st. "
! ■TkR. HER WIG, 716 O'FARRELL; COMFORT-
XJ able strictly private - home i before and during
confinement; best of care an« medical attendance:
20 years' practical experience; terms reasonable.
OMEN, IF YOU ARE SUFFERING BE-
II yond endurance and have lost fai'h In doc-
tors, call 235% Seventh st. and be cured. of all
female troubles: communications confidential. ,-
SURE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE . DlS-
eases, from whatever cause; home : in confine-
ment ; every comfort: I satisfaction I guaranteed or
money refunded. MRS. DR.GWYER, 226 Turk s:.
ON'T FAIL TO CONSULT DX. JORDAN AT
his museum, 1051 : Market , st. ; s his 30 years'
successful practice Is a guarantee of fair treatment;
the worst cases treated satisfactorily by mall. • ■-/ ■>:
A LPKAU'S FRENCH PILLS— A BOON TO
A ladles troubled with irregularities: no danger;
safe and sure; $2 50 express C. O. D.:, don't delay
until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oakland, CaL ;•<
BS. DO. WEGENKR TAKES •- LADIES ,BE-
■ fore and during confinement: Infants adopted ■
Into ; good homes: . treats ail female complaints or
irregularities successfully. 419 Eddy st. ,■ . .-: r,zi
RS. ■■ M. E. ROGERS' HOME IN : CONFINE-
ment: terms low; infants : for - adoption. 929
Howard st. ; - : ■■■' ■ "
OME. A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
MRS. DR. FUNKE, 1416 eighth St.; Alameda.
MRS. J. A. ACHA RD, MID WIFE— HOME IN
confinement; 2s yrs' experience. - 555 Mission.
IF IRREGULAR OR ANY FEMALE DIsEASJS
seeMKs.DK. I'UETZ and be content. 4th.
DR. hall, 14 MCALLISTER STREET, near'
Xf Jones. Diseases of women and child ren.VfiV.ii
-CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THB
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
t»n I ted States or Canada one year for *1 60. post-
*se free ■ .■■•..■•.■- -•.•■■■■■-■■•-.■■.-.■/-■■■■:--;•..,..■■. .
' . .- I'ROI;'ES^IONAI.;.CARI>S. ; ; „
JOHN E. RICHARDS, LAW OFFICES. ROOMS
O 26 and ; 27, Crocker building; . telephone Main
75, Ban Francisco, Cal. \ ; ■•■ --. „ r , „,;
JOHN R. AITKEN AND MAURICE L. ASHER.
attys at law, ran 515.516. 6th floor. Parrott bldg. :
; ; _ PROPOSALS. .
TO CbNTRACTORS— BIDS - WILL
' Xi be received until 1 November. 10, 'for the con-
struction of the : tunnels, pipe line," cement I work
and --: excavation .-. necessary : . for 30,000 ■, feet of
conduit for development of water power In the
San Gabriel River. ■: 'i"he right Is reserved 4 to reject
any- or all bids. '/.//- -- 1 "HmmnUmjUHjUHW
Plans, specifications and full information can be
obtained from
a. c. IiAi.CH 28 Baker block, Los Angeles,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1896.
-. ■ V--- : :'^'/y ???g^-^^"^^Lj^:
n H7mSK^F J OR^SALK;"^AIE]sVj7^A^ONX
jl\J boggles, carts, harness: .Grand Arcade Horn
Market, 327 Six.h st.; auction sales every Wedae*
day. ;. SULLIVAN <t DOYLE, Auctioneers.
rpHE EMPORIUM SALES 1 YARDS, i 220 V A.
■ 1 lencia st-, is the place to go if you 'want to buy.
sell or exchange ■• horses, buggies, wagons I or har-
ness; auction sales every Saturday at 11 o'clock.
Crwi SET NEW AND SECOND-HAND HAft-
O\J\J ness: all kinds; wagon, carts, surrey.
& rockawav: 40 cheap | horses, loth and Valencia.
I Cfi SETS NEW AND SECOND-HAND HAH-
It)y ness,' all kinds; wagons,: boggles; surreys,
rockaways, carts ; v incut be sold. 11 28 Mission »;
Lf CTKIC J HORSE-CLIPPING - CALLED
for & returned. 540 Valencia, tel. Mission, 22 7
HEAD DRIVING AND WORK HORSKS;
OU weight 1000 to 1700 lbs. 862 Howard 5t. , ,.-,
T ARGE YOUNG DRAFTHORSES: HALTER
J J broken: cheap: Hyde ranch. 630 Commercial.
WAGONS AND: CARRIAGES..- „ .
■VTEW 'AND 1 SECOND-HAND BAKERS', LAUN-
Xi dry, milk and . grocery wagons: also rock away
and 2 fine buggies. - 828 Harrison st. . '
ir>Oß SALE, AT; EASTERN PRICES. FINK
-I carriages of every description ; I cash, notes or
installments. Carvlll Mfg Co., 46-48 Bth St., S. F.
T7IXTENSION.TOP ROCKAWAY, LAUNDRY,
Hi grocery, delivery wagons.. 1620 Mission st.
i SECOND-HAND WAGONS;BAKEKY.
■Li laundry and delivery; cheap. 414 5 Broadway.
QECOND-HAND MILK DELIVER Y~WAGON,"
O $30. Apply 169 Seconi st.
PHYSICIANS.
R. C. 6. 6'D6NN"ELL7i2Oa*MXRKET, COrT
Golden Gate aye. : diseases of women a specialty.
WRITERS.
ALIGRAPH, $16, : $35; * y6BT, J "$30:" REM-
\J lngton. 800. SCOTT 8.. 333 Montgomery st
LATKSI SHIPPING I.MELLIIiK.NCK.
Sailed.
SATURDAY. October 10.
Btmr Alice Blanchard; Dunham, Portland.
Arrived.
SATURDAY, October 10. :
' Stmr City of Para, v Morten sen. -21 days from
Panama, etc; pass and mdse, to PM S 8 Co. :
Movements of Trans- Atlantic Steamer*. 1
. NEW YORK— Arrived Oct : 10-stmr i La . Tou-
ralne, from Havre; stmr Neustria, from Mediter-
ranean ports; stmr Veendam, . from Rotterdam;
stmr Umbrla. from Liverpool. ■
Sailed Oct 10— s;mr La Bourgogne, for • Havre;
stmr Campania, ■ for Liverpool; stmr Bonn, for
Bremen; stmr Persia, for Hamburg; stmr City of
Rome, for Glasgow: stmr Thingvalla. for Stettin.
GENOA— Arrived out Oct 7 — .imr Fulda.
CHERBOURG— out Oct 9— atinr Nor-
mannla. 11 iiluriliMi mi' Hi< 'l |Ui ffl li> *^i"ftymi>^<i'i*iifHt'
SOUTHAMPTON— SaiIed Oct 10-Stmr StPauL
for New York. ■ ■ - ; _" :
HAVRE— sailed Oct 10— Stmr La Gascogne, for
New York. .:■ .' .. • . ■ .■ -.....-. ;
BREMERHAVEN-Salled Oct 10-Stmr Karls-
ruhe, for New York. v
HAMBURG— SaiIed Oct 7— Stmr California, for
New York.
LlZARD— Passed Oot 10— Stmr South frm
New York for Antwerp. .
ISLE OF WIGHT— Oct. 10-3tmr Mar-
salia, from New York for Hamburg.
r Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. - They must be handed In at
either of the publication offices and .be Indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorized
to have the same published. J ■
: BORN.
DONNELLY— In South San Francisco. October 7,
: 1896, 10 the wife of "- Frank .R. Donnelly, a
daughter. : . ■ : .■■ ■.-.-: ''
DOYLE— In this city, September 28, 1898, to the
. wife of James H. Doyle of Vallejo. a daughter.
LYONS— In thii city, October 3, 1896, to the wife
of Horace Lyons, a daughter.
HANSEN— In San Lorenzo. September 30, 1896,
to the wife of M. C. Hausen, a son.
HARDE In this city, October 8, 1896, to the
wife of B. Harde, a daughter.
KLUVER— In this city, October 2,: 1896, to the
wife of Henry Kluver, a sou. ■
KNOWLTON— this city, October 10, 1896, to
: the wife of H. owlton, a son." v
LOVELAND— In this city, October 6, 1896, to the
■ wife of R. A. Loveland of Saginaw, Mich., a son.
McDONALD— In this city. October 4, 1896, to the
wife of J. M. F. McDonald, a son. .
O'LEARY— in this city, October 3, 1896, to the
wife of D. F. O'Leary, a sou. .
PARSONS— Oakland, . October 8, 1893, to the
, wife of E. R. Parsons, a son.
WENDEROxH— In this cl:r, October 2, 1896, to
the wife of William ;H. Wenderoth; a daughter.
WHITE— In this city, October 7, 1896, to the wife
of E. White, a 50n. ... Vc -.' .. •'■: '■■'-, -
;-'. BIARRIED.\ :■" •
CARMICHAEL— STORTS— In SaUnas, October
7. 1836, by the Rev.- J. W. Bryant, Nell Car-
mlchael and Belle Storts.
DONALD— POLLOCK— this city, r October 9.
1896, by the Rev.. Dr. E.G. Mathena, William
- Donald and Mary Pollock, both of San Francisco.
GEORGE— DALY— In this city, October • 7,1896,
by the Rev. T. Chalmers Easton, D.D., William
Henry George and Llllie Belle Daly, both of San
', Francisco.
LUCAS— SMITH— In this city, October 1896,
by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, •J. William Lucas
and Henrietta M. Smith, both of San Francisco.
MAGUIRE— Y— ln San Jose, July 4. 1898,'
by the Rev. Father McGuire, 'John V. Magulre
and Mary E. Deeney, both of San Francisco.
MINERS— DIMICK— In San Rafael, September
30, 1896, by Justice Rodden, Rudolph Miners of
San Francisco and Annie E. Dimick of Little
. Shasta, siskiyou County, Cal.
MORTENSON-GRABER-In Oakland. October
-4. 1896. by the Rev. J. M. Thelss. Jens Peter
.Mortenson and Emma Augusta Graber.
PELTIER— RUDOLF— In this city,", October 8,
; 1896, by the Rev. F. W. Fischer, - John Peltier
and Annie Rudolf, both or San Francisco.
PRESTON— MOON— In this city, October 8, 1896,'
by the Rev. Dr. Stebblns, Walton N. Preston
. and Nellie Myrtle Moon. •: . -
■■ .';,';■;■: -/" ' ■ /DIED. ■■ i .,. ';; ■-; -
Bowers, Jessie A. , Hopkins, Catherine -
i • Brown, Willie F. Jennings, Allc<? P.
Chadbourne, Estelle W. Johnson, Ellen J.
Collins. Charles J. • Longe. Emelle .
Demartini, Francesco Martin, Theodore I*
Ford, Maria Martin, William
Grosh, Mrs. Eliza T. : Murray, Walter T.
; Hagarty, Henry r Pierson, James si -
■ Hardin, John C. ; . Robinson, Laura
Heimburger. Edward Schuur, John H. .
Henry. Rebecca ■;-• .' Tobin, James
I Hochstadter, Mrs. Rosa Vocke, Charles
BOWERS— In this city, ■ October :9, 1896, Jessie !
A., beloved daughter of J. A. and Augusta Bow-
' ers, a native of San Francisco, aged 8 j months
and 17 days. „v=*SS6BSS«S3sataseaa:f .■:. - A :■ . / t
: t&~ Friends > and .'. acquaintances are respect-
' fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
: (Sunday), at ,11 o'clock '. a. . m.. from : the resi-
d ence of the parents. Calne .street; Columbia
Heights. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
JBROWN— In this city, October 10, '. 1896. • Willie
' F., beloved son of 1 Moilie ■ and • the late Patrick
. ' • Brown, and ' grandson 'of = Patrick ■ and Annie
Crelghion, a native of , San ° Francisco, aged 2
years and 3 months. '■'.-■' 3.l9WBißWßji : : . .
• Friends ' ana " acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Monday), at 1:30 o'clock : p. m., from: the resi-
lience of the . grandparents, 927 ■ Folsom street.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery. ■ . :
CHADBOURNE — Near . Centervllle, Alameda '
; County, October 9. 1896, Estelle W. Chadbourne,
a native of San Francisco. .■ '--.--.-.• - :
«3-Fnneral TUESDAY, f October 13, at 10
O'clock a. m., from her ; home near Centerville,
thence to " Mountain View Cemetery, . Oakland. ;
: interment private. /„: .. -
COLLINS— In this city. October 10, 1896. ! Charles
J. Collins, beloved father of Charles' J. Collins
: Jr., Mrs. F. F. Upton ' and , Mrs. 11. Conlon, and
grandfather of Mrs. Leon ; Roylance, aged 77
; years. : : "tqMiiBP3gßßßHgfl?fWaßW|BilM>i liUgfUg
. - JUTFriends and acquaintances are respect- '
fuUv invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
> (Monday), at : 2 o'clock p. m., from : Memorial
•Hall. i. o. 0.F." building, corner : Market and
1 Seventh : streets.' Interment 1. O. O. F. Ceme-
tery. '.. . // :;,, ■.. - \ . ■-■„:■ , /
DEM AHTINI— In this city. October 7, 1898. Fran-
cesco, ,= beloved ; ■■ husband •of . itosa . Demartlnl,
I father of Clorlnda'and Stella Dc martini, and sou-
/ In-law :• of ■ Thomas v Lagomarsino; a native . of
■ Italy, a/ed 34 years. : vj^aP*BBS3BfIBHJtIfBBBBWwW|
' JBfS" Friends and ; acquaintances - are : resnect-
fnliy invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 12:30 o'clock p. vi . from his late
' . residence, 1341 Jessie street, off Twelfth, thence
to Sts. Peter and Paul's Italian Church, thence >
': to Garibaldi ■ Hall, 423 •' Broadway. : Interment
..Holy Cross Cemetery. /. :
FORD— In this city,' October 10. 1396,' Maria Ford,
. a native of Montreal, : Canada./' [Gold : Hill and
Virginia City papers please copy.] *'- : . :»; .
: ' AST Funeral private. Please omit flowers.
GROSH— In this city, October ' 8. 1898. Eliza - T.,\
widow of the late Samuel Groan, a native of Bos-
ton, Mass., aged 64 years 7 months and 15 days.
fES" Friends are respectfully . Invited to suwn-l
the ; funeral services STHIS5 THIS DAY (Sunday), at
2 o'clock p. m., at her late residence, 3000 Cali-
fornia street. Interment private. '/ - . :_;
HA GART Y— ln . Palo f Alto, Henry, beloved = hus- :
. band of Mary. Hacarty, a native of. Nova Scotia,
v .• aged .'36 years. . [Victoria ; (B. C.) . papers please
' 00py.j .■:.*:...■.:/.•. ;;./,, :r- ;.»../. .' •.'.:
#«--\'otlce or funeral hereafter. • ■
HARDIN— In this city. October 8. 1896,' George C.
/. Hardin. ft native of Louisville, Ky. . ■ :...-, '
■// 43~ Friends are repectfully • Invited to atteni
' . the ■ funeral ■ services THIS DAY (Sunday), at ■
. - ; 2:30 o'clock p. m., at 11J4 Filbert street. Inter- \
». ment private.': / ; ■"---- ■■•-••/• '. /.
HEIMBURGER— In : Kaling. ;^ London, England, ;
.^September 19. 1896, Edward Heimburger. ana-"
' i tive of Germany. .... ;■•-.•; „ ■ ,' :r
HENRY— In this city. October 8, 1896,' Rebecca.
■_ i beloved •; wife of the ; late ; Samuel \ Henry, and '
..■mother of s* Mrs.';' Joseph Jacobs and'- Gnssle
m Henry, a > native ;of " Germany,"! aged ' 68 "' years. '
■ [New York papers piease copy.J '..■: • :■/:-
-■: "-- flS^Frleuds > and acquaintances ; are ' respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral ; THIS DAY
. (Sunday), at ) 10:30 : o'clock fa. m., from her late
'*. residence, .71 4b Fell i street."*? interment ; Hillsof
;/ Eternity Cemetery, by 11:30 1 o'clock a. it' train'
p>: from Third and Townsend streets depot.
(HOCHSTADTER — In ' Hechlngen-bel-Hohenzol-
/ lern, Germany; Mr* Rosa I Hochstadter, beloved I
mother of Simon Hochstadter, aged 94 years.
HOPKINS— In this" city. October j 10, 1896. Cath-
. erine, beloved * wife :- of William vB. Hopkins, i
7 mother of May,' Tiilie, .Willie, Hazel and the late
Harold : Hopkins, daughter of Thomas and the
late .. Mary -. Graham, - and ■■ sister :.- of James ". J.,
: Thomas .F. and Mollle Graham, a native of St.
.'■■; Paul, Minn.,* aged 33 years. ;
JENNINGS— In this city, Alice P. Jennings, a na-
. tive of riacervllle, Cal., aged 37 years 4 months
;•■ and 6 days. : . :- .:--.,, „;■;"' -'•>; ■;.?*..s•;*>., ■ : :.'>Cf^
JOHNSON— In . Lorln. Alameda County, October '
"6. 1896, ; Ellen J. Johnson, beloved mother of
: Mrs. A. C. Wall and Annie and J. Gus Leaf, a na-
tive of Oland, Sweden,' aged ;58 ■- years 4 months
and 14 days. -„; , .: ■
i»"Funeral services will be held THIS DAY
(Sunaay).at ,10 o'clock a. Mr., at her late resi-
dence, 17*8 r Alcatraz< avenue. Lorin. The fu-
neral will take place THIS DAY (Sunday), at
= 2 o'clock p. m.. from the parlors of J. C O'Con-
: :'.: nor ' <fc : Co., ; 767 Mission street, : San Francisco.
Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.' - -' ■ ."■ ■
ORDER CHOSEN ? FRIENDS — Members 'of
American Council No. 7, O. C. F.. are requested
to attend the> funeral of our late friend. Mrs. E.
J. Johnson, THIS DAY (Sunday), at . 2 o'clock
r. it., from the parlors of J. C. O'Connor <fe Co.,
767 Mission street. " M. E. ELLIOTT,
■ J. M. Blobais, Sec. Councilor.*
LONGE— In i Oakland, October 9, " 1890, ' Emelle,
beloved wife of • Marcel Lonae, mother of Marie,
Edward \ and « Alber t; l.once, and : sister of Mrs.
Lavorel and Mrs. Benoil, a native of San Fran-
Clsco. ajjed 35 years 3 months and 6 days. : ;
■ ■ we" Friends . and ■ acquaintances i are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
. (Sunday), at 8:30 o'clock a.m., from her late
residence. 1002 Webster street, hence to the
Lhurch of .the Immaculate Conception, where a
solemn requiem mass will . be celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland. .
MARTIN— In this city, : October 10, ■ 1896, Theo-
: doro Lucien, dearly,- beloved and only child of
Russell R. and Leza > Martin, and grandson of
Ella C. and the late Theodore C. I-ampe. a na-
tive of .San Francisco, aged 2 years and 6 months.
*?* Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW.:
■ (Monday), at 10:30 o'clock a. m., from the home
of his grandmother, 2134 Mission street. Inter-
ment private. • .
MARTIN— In this city, October 9, 1896, William
Martin, . late sexton of St. Paul's Lutheran
Church, a native of Prussia, aged 67 years.
XT Friends and • acquaintances am respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 3 o'clock p. m., from SL Paul's
• Church, ; corner ■ Eddy and Gough streets. Re-
mains at the parlors of Theodor Dlerks, 957 Mis-
' sion street, between Fifth and Sixth. Interment -
I. O. O. F. Cemetery. , Please omit flowers. : V
MURRAY— In this city, October 9,1898, Walter
T., dearly beloved son of Francis J. and Anne E.
Murray, and brother of Eugene. Murray, Mrs.
Thomas J. Mountain, Mrs. Frank Hoi brook and
Mrs. William B. Price, a nail of San Francisco,
aged 23 years and 17 days. fSan Luis Obispo
(Cal. ) and Portland (Or.) papers please copy.J ■
: fs~g~ Friends and acquaintances are - respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW.
; (Monday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from his late
residence, ■ ; liy» . Folsom . avenue, • . between .
Seventh ■■ and Eighth streets, thonce to St. Jos-
eph's Church, Tenth and Howard streets, where
a solemn . requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9
, o'clock] a. m. ; interment Holy Cross Cemetery. >
PIERSOX-In this city, v October 9, ' 1 898, James .
»., beloved husband of Hattie J. Pierson, and
brother-in-law of Mm. J. W. Blunkall, a native
: of Cotton wood, Cal., aged 30 years. A member
Industrial Lodge No. 8, A. O. U. W., of Portland,
Or. Portland (Or.) papers please copy.] :>, . ,
JS" Friends and . acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday); at 2 o'clock :p. m., : from the . par-
lors of the California Undertaking Company, 123
Stockton street, - corner of Geary. ' Interment
Laurel Hill Cemetery. . :
ROBINSON— In this city, October 9, 1896, Laura,
beloved daughter of Joseph A. and Katie J. Hob-
\ lnson, a native of San Francisco, aged 11 months
and 9 days. . ; *
BCHUUR— In this city, October . 7. 1898, John H.
Schuur, dearly . beloved husband of Conradlne
Schuur, : father of . William ;^J. • Schuur, > and
brother of Mrs. Wllh9lmlne Woods and William
J. and Henry Schuur. a native of Emden, Gar-
many, aged 48 years 4 months and : 5 days. Ex-
Grand President O. d. H. S., also a member of
North Beach Lodge No. 9, O. d. H. &,Deutsoher
Krieger Vert-in and Hannoveraner Verein, Hes-
perian Grove No. 15, IT. A. O. D., and Verein
Emtracbt. •/ " " .
fi»-i-'rieti'ls and acquaintances 'as well as
members of ': above orders /are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
'(Sunday), at 1 o'clock p. m.. from his late resi-
dence, 61 Lombard street, thence to Druids'
Hall, 413 Sutler street; where the service! will
be I held, commencing at '£ o'clock P. m.. under -
the auspices of Grand Lodge, O. d. H. S. Inter-
ment 1. O. O. F.Cemeterr.-. Remains at par-
lors of Charles J. B. Metzler, 638 Washington
street. :,- ■ ;.- .-■:.- ■ ■::, .... ■ -... / . ■ \, :
GRAND LODGE, ORDER OF HERMANN'B
sons— All officer* and members of the Grand
Lodge of California and all members of the order
are respectfully requested to assemble in full
regalia THIS DAY (Sundae), at 1:30
o'clock p. M.,ftt Druids' Hall, *18 Sutter street,
Ito attend the funeral of. our. late brother, Past
Grand President J. H. Schuur. By order, :
P. N. E. LAMPE, Grand Secretary.,
TOBIN— In this city, Oc.ober 8,1896. James, be-
' loved husband of Amelia 6. Tobln, and father of
Florence :B. and Fitzroy K. Tobiu, a native of
Ireland, aged 70 years and 11 months. „ y. :
i»^f*Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend ; the funeral services
THIS DAY (Sunday), at 2:30 o'clock p. M., at
■ the parlors of Halsted & Co., 946 Mission street.
■ .Interment private. ;...:. ~\
VOCKE— In this city. October 9, 1896, Charles,
beloved husband of Lizzie Vocke, father of Min-
nie, : Charlie. '- rover, ,r. Willie and Raymond:
Vocke. son of Wilhe.mina and the late Frederick
Vocke, - and brother '; of > Mrs.-: Cornelius, ' Mrs. '
Wherstedt and Fred, Annie and the late Wil-
. liam Vocke, a native of German?, aged • 33 yph.-s
2 months and 1 day. a member of the San
Francisco .Uelzger Vereln." • „ . •;, •/■
Friends and acquaintances are respect- '
- fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
- (Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. ic.. from his late resi-
- deuce, 486 Eighth street,; thence to St. Mark's
Lutheran Church, : O'Farrell -■ street, ■ between
1- rank! in and Goueb, where the fuueral services
will be held at 2:30 ■ o'clock p. m. Interment
1. O. o. F. Cemetery. ■.
: (V.cAVOY A CALLACHER, I
FONERAL DIBECTORS A EMBALMKRS,
20 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
; Telephone 3080.'
i TAS^lcMTsoMKY^^"^^^73HAB^M I c!3KNO»tK7
JAMKS McMESOMKi- & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND K3IItAJLMERS,
■ .IU&7 Mission Street, Near aeventu.
■ Telephone ' No. 3354.
JAa ENGLISH. T. R. CARBW
CAREW & ENGLISH.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMBR* •
, FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
19 Van Ness aye., near Market at. Ban Francisco :
Telephone So. 15& " * ' : ' '
MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY,
SAN MATEO COUNTY; NEAREST CEMB-
tery to the city; non-sectarian ; in no sense ex- .
elusive: location . unexcelled. * Office Wl Marital
mreet. southeast corner of sixth. ■ ' ' - ■ ■..-.- .1 --.
BRYAN IS TABOOED EAST
Letters From Illinois and Indiana
Show Great Gains for
McKinley.
Interesting Views of John W. Hunter,
a Prominent Nebraska Re*
pub'ican.
John W. Hunter, a prominent Nebraska
Republican, passed Ihrough the City yes
terday on his way to Arizona, where he is
interested in mines. Mr. Hunter has
lately made a careful study of the political
situation in Illinois and Indiana, follow
ing a nnique method, and his conclusions
are interesting. Speaking of his methods
and their results yesterday he said:
"I wrote to the clerks and other officers
of every county in the States of Illinois
ana Indiana and asked for a conservative
estimate on the percentage of changes
from the old parties, cautioning my cor
respondents to make no exaggerations.
"The result has been very encouraging
to McKinley. In all, I have received more
than 900 letters, and more than 80 per
cent of them show great gains for Mc-
Kinley in the towns and cities, slight
gains for Bryan in some Populist settle
ments, and an alarming exodus of gold
Democrats from the old camping grounds
of the Bourbons. It is almost hopeless for
the Democrats to expect anything in
Indiana. My letters show a bitter feeling
among the Populists, because the Indiana
Democrats would not fuse with them, con
tending for everything in sight. The
universal verdict is that business men and
thrifty citizens in workshop and field
hesitate to have anything to do with
Bryanism. If I can judge of the situation
at all by these letters, Bryan will go down
with Horace Greeley, as one of the worst
whipped men that ever entered tbe Presi
dential arena."
Hold Six Inquests.
Coroner Hawkins held six inquests Fri
day with the following results: Henry Smith,
accident; unknown man, accident ; C. Reed,
suicide; Annie Conroy, accident; Lee AhMee,
murder. In the case of Phillip Reiily, who
was killed on Bay and Powell streets last week
by W. H. Brittan, the jury held that Brittan
acted in seli-deiense.
SERVICE BOYS
FOR McKINLEY
Work of Union Veterans'
Patriotic League of Cali
fornia Division.
Rousing Words Recalling the
Efforts for the Country
by Republicans.
"BRAVE MEN WHO SACRIFICED"
Thousands of Campaign Circulars Dis
tributed Through the Mail to
Ccmades.
The McKinley Veteran Soldiers' and
Sailors' Republican Club, which has main
tained a permanent organization in this
City for the past five years, has united
with the Union Veterans' Patriotic League
for the purpose of working for the elec
tion of Major William McKinley to the
Presidency of the United States. It has
been in communication with the Union
Veterans' Patriotic League of New York
for some time past, and has been dele
gated by it to distribute campaign litera
ture throughout the State.
In conformity with these instructions
campaign documents issued by the Na
tional league have been distributed in
tnis State, ovftr 15,000 packaees having
been mailed from the Veterans' headquar
ters at 113 Turk street to all parts of Cali
fornia.
In each package are extracts from
speeches made by Major McKiniay to vis
iting delegations on the all important
issues of the campaign.
One paragraph iv toe circular speaks to
the heart and patriotism of the old vet
eran. It is as follows:
It is almost incredible that those who fought
to deliver this land from foes within during
the perilous hours of 1861-1865, should hesi
tate as to who would be most acceptable for
tue exaitea position of President In the pres
ent crisis of affairs; but that there are such,
goes without the saying, and these documents,
emanating as they do from the most distin
guished living defenders of our country's
honor, nre for their perusal, to the end that
they may enroll their names on the banner of
protection, progress and prosperity, touching
elbows with those who ore now endeavoring
to the Nation's honor by electing to the
Presidency tne patriot, pure "citizen and able
statesman, William McKinley.
The bitterness of the war belongs to the
past. Its glories are the common heritage of
usall. What was won iv that great conflict
belongs just as sacredly to those who lost as
to those who triumphed. We greet you to-day
not as soldiers, but as citizens interested in
maintaining the credit and honor of the coun
try you served so well and in restoring proß
purity and better times to our goodly heritage.
The future is the sacred trust of u« all. South
as well as North. Honesty, like patriotism,
can neither be bounded by State nor sectional
ties. Financial dishonor is the threatened
danger now, and good men will obliterate old
lines of party in a united effort to uphold
American honor. This you have aiways done,
and you must strive to keep the Union worthy
oi the brave men who sacrificed and died
for it.
To assort and mail this promiscuous
mas* of literature to over 15,000 individu
als, whose names and addresses are kept
at the headquarters, nas required the
united labor of Colonel J. A. Whiteside,
president of the California association, arid
L. Washburn, the secretary, assisted by F.
Hanson and J, Steele, almost day and
night during the past fourtewrf days.
The expense for stamps was over $200
not to mention other incidentals, such as
printing and expressage.
The labor, as a matter of coarse, is one
of love and patriotism for the man and
the cause he represents.
With this notable assistance there can
not be much doubt how California will
vote on tne Presidential question.
CHANGES ON THE TAPIS,
Governor Budd Not Satisfied
With the Jute Mill
Product.
Changes Will No Doubt Be Inaugu
rated at the N zt Meeting of
the Prison Directors.
"Lately, as yon must know," said E. J.
de Pue. Prison Director, "the manufacture
of jute in this country has been puzzling
every man engaged in it. A few years ago
the conditions were different and the fac
tory at San Quentin was a profitable in
stitution. It has been anything but that
for a long time past. Governor Budd
visited the institution on the occasion of
the regular monthly meeting on Friday
last, and made an investigation of the
prison with special reference to the jute
mill. vVhat was said or done with refer
ence to making changes in the manage
ment was, of course, not meant for publi
cation.
"The Call" undertakes to tell the im
port of it in an article this morning, in
which it outlines certain changes in the
management that, we contemplated. Of
course, as any discussion of the matter
was not intended for the public, I cannot
speak of it further than to say that any
action tliat may be contemplated will not
be taken before the meeting in November.
"The jute mill has been a subject of
worry and inspection, at least to tbe
board of directors, since it was inaugurated.
It is true that the jute mill does not pay,
despite the appointment of a new super
intendent and a new force of spinners.
Of course an improvement is desirable.
But what action may be taken will only
develop at the meeting of the board in
November."
SAVED FROM SAN QUENTIN
William Rubles Confesses to a Crime
of Which Aggie Abbott Was
Committed.
A melodrama in low life was enacted in
Judge Bahrs' court yesterday. Aggie Ab
bott, who one day last week was convicted
of grand larceny in having robbed John
Ellis of a gold watch and some money,
was up for sentence. Her attorney moved
that she be granted a new trial and pro
duced an affidavit signed by William Ro
bles, an opium fiend now confined in tie
County Jail serving a sentence for va
grancy, in which Robles acknowledged
having committed the crime for which
the Abbott woman was about to be sen
tenced.
The affidavit says that the affiant makes
the sworn statement contained, therein
because of his love of justice and desire to
see no innocent person punished for hia
crime. The proprietor of the Barbary
Coast resort in which Ellis was robbed
also made an affidavit stating that Ellis
was in his place on the night of the occur
rence, but that be was with some woman
other than Aggie Abbott.
As three creditable witnesses swore that
the prisoner is the person who got Ellis'
goods bis Honor was in a quandary as to
what to dc. He finally took the matter
under advisement and ordered that the
makers of the two affidavits appear before
him on Wednesday next to make explana
tion.
— • — •— •
A MERCANTILE MUDDLE.
Allegations of Conspiracy to Defraud
Blade by a New York Firm.
Joseph <fc Werner, a New York firm, yes
terday brought suit against L. & G. Breu
ner and D. S. Cohn of this City, Lesser
Bros, of New York et al., to obtain $8000
alleged to have been realized from the
sale of merchandise purchased by Lesser
Bros, of plaintiffs, but never paid for.
It is claimed that the goods were shipped
to L. & Q. Breuner to be disposed of, and
that they, failing in tbe attempt, turned
tuem over to D. S. Cohn, who sold them
at public auction, obtaining an advance
of $6500 on the consignment. After the
sale was completed, it is said that $1500
remained in the hands of the auctioneer,
subject to Cohn's order. An injunction
restraining the latter from paying over
the money was granted by Judge Slack.
The plaintiffs further allege that the
defendant conspired to defraud them of
their goods.
THE STOCK MARKET.
The Comstocks were weaker yesterday and
closed at a material decline in several leading
stocks.
The Utah and Yellow Jacket assessments fall
delinquent Inboard and the Alta assessment In
office to-morrow.
The California Savings and Loan Society has
declared a dividend in liquidation of 3 per cent on
all deposits, payable October 12.
The Church Gold Mining Company paid a divi
dend of 6 cents per share on October 8.
A special meeting of the stockholders of the
Bodie Consolidated Mining Company will be held
on Tuesday to ratify the sale of the company's
property to the Standard Consolidated Mining
Company.
Con. Cai. «fc Va.— 1000 level— From west cross
cut 2, started at a point in the north drift 650 feet
north from Con. Va. shaft station, or 85 feet south
from north boundary line of mine, at a point 438
feet lrom its mouth, the double compartment up
raise has been carried up 21 feet, passing through
porphyry, clay and lines of quartz of low assay
value; total height 51 feet; the top of raise con
tinues in a favorable looking formation. 1650
level— Od the ninth floor, first floor above
the sill floor, the east crosscut started from
the south drift at a point iOO feet in from its
month, or about 50 feet north from our south
boundary line, was advanced 13 feet, parsing
through porphyry showing clay separations; total
length 45 feet.
1750 level— From the twelfth to twenty-fourth
floors above sill Moor of this level, at north end of
slope In old ground of former workings, have ex
tracted during week ;69 tons of ore, average
assay value of which, per samples takeu from cars
in mine, was $51 63 j>er ton. No work has been
done from sixteenth floor from upraise which con
nects with twenty-fourth floor from end of east
drift.
on eighth floor from end of the north drift fin
ished timbering and commenced to open ninth
floor, and have extra ted from these openings a
few tons of ore assaying $35 per ton.
Total extraction of ore for week amounted to
169 tons, average assay value of which, per sam
ples taken from cars when raised to surface, was
$50 05 per ton.
The Standard Consolidated Mining Company of
Bodie has made application to have its capital
stock listed at the San Francisco mock and ex
change Board and tbe Pacific stocK Exchange.
The Standard ( on is about to absorb the property
of toe Boaie Con., Bulwer Con., Summit and Mono
mining companies in exchange for shares In tne
new consolidated corporation. Old Standard Con.
stock was listed at both boards years ago. but was
taken off because the transactions in tbe shares
were chiefly in New York, where the property has
been long controlled.
FollowtngAre i lie Highest Prices Daring
the Pri v Week.
Btock.
Upba... .......
kits ....
Lndea.. .........
3e1cher.... ......
3cst A Belcher..
J0die...........:
Ju1110n.. ........
Jn1wer. ..........
,'aledonla...
Challenge ......
3h01i*r... .......
,on. CaL 4 Va..
,'onfldence. ......
rrown Point....
Jould & Curry.
dale A Norcrosj
dezicaa .......
Jono. ;...........
)ph1r............
)venn»n .'.
)ccldentAl
?0u>51......
Savage ....
le%. Belcher
sierra Nevada..
Jn10n.. ..........
3tah.;..r........
k'*Uow Jacket..
iMon.
Tups.
~li
05
28
«50
1.05
60
22
40
13
58
a. 30
1.80
1.50
66
. 76
1.50
62
20
1.30
15
45
81
66
% 10
73
63
07
34
Wed.
—a
05
29
62
1.05
67
22
40
13
55
2.30
1.80
1.45
54
■ 76
1.55
: 6]
18
1.25
16
45
80
56
' 08
73
- 62
. 07
36
Thm.
18
14
29
62
1.00
58
• 20
42
12
' 62
2.25
1.80
1.40
S 56
75
1.60
" *3
; 15
1.-0
16
: .44
78
55
07
71
: 60
f 07
S3
I hi. I
15
14
28
65
1.00
65
' 20
41
16
55
2.25
1.75
1.45
:., 56
74
1.45
48
16
1.20
16
60
76
64
• 07
73
60
07
36
| Sat.
lft
:* 14
27
; 67
1.00
56
ai
At
14
63 ;
2.15
1.75
1.40
:: 67
74
1.40
47
= 16
1.25
15
. : ' 47
73
53
09 >
74
60
06
37
BOAKD SACKS.
Following were the : sales In the San Francisco
Stock Board yesterday:
BKBCUB MORN-IITO BKSSTOJT. COmrKNCIITS 9:30.
100 Alta 14 60 CCAV.. 1.70100 0ph1r...1.20
500 Belcber. ..67 100 -1.75300 Havage . 53
ion B & 8... 1.00 500 'J Point. . . 57 HOO See Bel. 09
100 Bodle C 6 500 O«feC 74J400 *>Nev....74
20U 8u11i0n... .'21 JOU Mexican.. 47] 100 Union ...60
100 8u1wer...40 400 Occtlti....47lm> YJacK«i..36
- Following were the sales Is the Pacific Stock
Board yesterday: gaaJSßßß '■-'■■'•'-'■■'■
BEGTTI.AB MEBSIOV— 10:31. /'. :
Son Alpha 16 600 Chain 5.. ..531400 Mexcn....4B
200 A1t*. ...... 15 300 CCV.... 1.70 100 Mono 17
200 ...........14 100 ;;.;:-].72V& 800 Occd . . . .-48
! 2UO Andes... '27 200 '.......1.67% 400 0ph1r... 1.80
200 8e1cner...68160 C0nn.1.42^ 200 ...... 1.22
1200 ..........67 -'00 C 1mp;....0ii 300 0vrmn.~...15
300 ............66a00 ...:... :^^o3 500 ..■...;..... 16
200 ... ......" .63 500 ConN V...03 400 P0t0*1....70
900 ............64 600 V P0int. ...66 650 Savage... 51
600 8&8......95 300 ............64 bOO Scorpion. .Of,
100 Bodle 67 100 Exchqr.. .o4 400 ISAM.... US
300 8u11i0n.... 21 200 « & C... 72,300 8 Nt...;..72
400 ..... ......20 200 ...... 71200 8 Hi 11..... 02
100 8u1wer...41 700 ....U......7U 400 Union C.68
200 Ca1ed......14 160 H<feN."...1%1300 :..;...;. 57
350 Ch0ir... 2.25 300 Ju1ia. .....00 200 Ot»h 06
400 :........ 2.81' 300 Kentuck..O7 2100 X JaoXaiHtf
1200 ..... 2.05 600 L Wash... 1700 ..........85
CJLOSINU QUOTATIONS.
SATURDAY, Oct. 10-12 *. V
JSid.Askfd.i ,//. . Sid. Asked.
1 Alpha C0T..... 16 16 Jackson 23 40
Alta. 13 14 J011a. ;........., — ', 08
Andes. 26 27 Justice. .. 07 C 8
8e1cher........ 66 67 Kentncfc....... 06 08 '
Best it Belcher 98 SttjLady Wash..,. — 04
Benton C0n.... — 15 Mexican 45 4o
Bodie ..... 64 66 Mono ;......„. .15 —
Bullion ........ 19 21 Nevada Queen. 03 04
8u1wer... ...... — 41 Occidental..... 43 44
Caledonia. 14 15 0phir........... 1.20 1.25 :
Chollar ......;. 2.05 ; 2.10 overman- 15 ■■ 16 i
C0n.Ca1&Va...1.70 1.79 P0t05L. ........ 70 72 i
Challenge Con. 53 ■' .54 5avage.. ....... 62. ' 63 i
Con. Imperial. 03 > 03 5c0rpi0n....... — 08
Confidence..;. 1.40 1.50 seg. Belcher... 08 09
Con New York — / 04 Syndicate ..... 03 - —
Crown Point... 66 67 silver Hi 11..; .. _ 03
KastSlerraNev —• •• 1)4 Sierra Nevada, .73 • 74 ;
Eureka Con ... 25 — Union Con 69 (SO
Excbeouer.... . 03 ' . 05 Utah.;..;...... 06 '07
Goula & Curry. 69 71 Yellow JaokW. 36 87
Util«(tMorcra.l.36 .1.40
GOLD MII»JL>O EXCHANGE.
Champion ':..£.■ 200 Lock wood Con. 27
8id. ;..... ..:.;... ....17 00 -> Princess......;..
V Edna..;........ - A5ked.........;..... , 70
Asked ......... 35 ■ Providence ■'
:•• Grant.... %■■• A5ked..;............75 00
"Asked . . ,t.V'.« 22 .: " Savannah...^.
; „K eystone, - • Asked. ..'."..........-. ■46
8W;.v...t. ....;..;.. 65 00 . laorpe ......."
-Kennedy....... Bid ;.;.;...;;......_ co
E1d;.V.;... ...'.....;.. G6O Asked.... .7.7.. 85
Asked .............. 650 "
■■.V- :-V. l'.'.':. - ■ LOCAL SHCTTBrrm.
Bid Spring Valley Water '...1'.*...;.'.. ; „ 97 00
Asked San Francisco Ga5...;."..-. "... 94 50
6XO gK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
SATURDAY. Oct. ] 10-10:30 a. m.
• T7XITKD STATICS BONDS.
mmSpi : Bid. Atked. Bid. AtkrtL
coop.. 106 ■ - - a Stare*... - 107^
DonewlssuellS . - : : * ' 7*
UISCKLUNItoc, '»o^'^
Cal-stCMeS*. 10»% - Pacßoliai3i -
CalElecL6sll7 _ Do2dlsev « -
CntraCW6* - ,S7y 2 P&ORySi.' - 115
Dpnt-stex-CD — /; 97V P&Ch Ryßi. - '-: 107 V.
Edsn LAP6sI2Oy 8 - l'wl-st KR«i - iYii2
F&CHKR6S. . - T, 106 Reno,wSfci; _ 105
Geary-stRSs. ) 97y 2 102% Kacto l P&l - 102%
Los An? L fls. . — 100 f SF&NPR 5s 98 99 -
DoGnteed6i - 101 -i SPRRAria^ - 9514
Mkt-stCble6sll9 - SPKRCaltfs. - 109 *
DoKyConSs.. - 104% BPRRCaI 6,'. :- i 100 -
NatVlnbslst 96 — . SPBrKCaia* ■ BAV-. 97
: NevCNgß7s. : 9S . - .: IvwfteJel 116^117%
NsP C Kilos. 102% _ SVWat'rSi -97 98
IS By Cal ss. • — 100 SunstT&Tes- - — —
JOakGas 6s..loo^lo4%Sntter-.iK4iloß ,'- i
b^i?^; ~ VtaallaWC*. - - ;
\'ATKK STOCKS
0 " 1 *™ Costa 52%-40i|8anjos9.;.;; :_.-._
Mann C 0 .... 49 - |SprngVaU«r 95% My*
'■-'■ -..■ 1./ „ . « STOCKS. ? V '■'_*:,'[' -ri-'.Z-
Capttat...... - 85 Paclflo LUrht 49 50
s>ntrmL. 95 . - ; |Ban Franosco - »3%
Oak GL&K , _ 63 stockion..... - Jt« '*..
f»cUasln»p.-84% 86% :'. • ." c
N.-.UBAXUK BTOCK*.
Flreman'BF<)l62^ — |Bnn ...;...;.. 25 50 '
COUHKHCIAL BANK STO"TCV I : -■...,
Amnrß*Ta .. — — LondonPAA.l3s — ".
Anglo-Ca1.... 52%/— ": LondonokSP. * - 87%
Bank of Cal.. 225 V 3 i'—'^ Merch Kx... Vi —
Cal BD&TCol07%109 : Nevada...... - — "
UrstlNjiuoui. - •. iBB - |Bailier a Co. - - -.;-•-•
•-' ■ . SAVING"* BANK BTOOK^.
BerS&t/Co. • — 1250 i s-av&Loaa.. — ion
Bumb SAL. 1100 — • Security... ... 245 '" 375 r
Mutual _ 40 : Union True. 7 M) ,-. ■■ — -
bi»*vUnloa — 48U
6TKKICT RAILROAD STOCKS.
Callfonrta.... 105% 108 Oak SlxftHay - .100
Geary- st. — 80 Presidio..... • —
Market-**.... 431/* -43- Sutter-56..«. —
' lOWliKll (STOCKS.
Atlantic D... 15 — (Giant C0n.... 18 18
Eastern D... - 80 ; Jndson D..» — —
California,... 50 .75 IVigorlt. ...... 280 76c
'•' ; M rSCKI,I,AK]tOtTS STOCK*.
AlasimPkn 94 Nat VlnCo.. — —
BlkDCoaico' - 10 Oceanic S3CO 16% SO
Cal Cot Mills — - Pac Anx V A I — .
Edison Ughtllß%ll9% PfccßoraxOo. 9* 100
GasConAssn. * - - 7 Roll Mill - -
Ger Lead Co. 80 100 Part PaintCO 6% 7^
HawC&SCa. 1414 1434 PaoTransCO. — 2*
nutch 8 PCo 19% 20 Pac T<fcT 00. 70 85
MerExAasn. 100 110 Sunset T&C. 41 —
21 Kl«cU*lK — .4% Dnltod UO». — M
BALKB— MOBNINS SESSION.
Board— - ._ __
15 Market-st Railway • "SO
4 Pacific Gas Imp **• 00
$2000 SV 6% Bonds. : a l? J. 5
$2000 S P Branch Railway Bonds. »5 00
6 SFGasliaht, ................. 93 50
• — * — • ■ —
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Thomas J. and Mary L. Powers to Andrew
Downey, lot on NE corner ol Fulton and Franklin
streets, NsobyE 8> : $10.
Georce and Kmma Greenzwelj? to G. Howara
Thompson, lots 388, 390, 392, 894 and 396, Gift
Map 3; also lot on N ine of California street, 104:3
X of Fillmore. X 25:6 by N 132:7Va: $ 10.
John J. and Emma Dowllng to William Mahon,
lot on S line of Fulton street, 175 E of Stelner, X
30 by S 137:6: $10.
Chafes S. Capp to John A. and Hillna J. Alm
qulst, lot on E line of York street, 120 N of
Twenty-sixth, N 25 by E 100: $10.
real Estate and Development Company to J. L.
Holland, lot on NE corner of Twenty-third
(Nevada) and De Haro streets, N 25 by £ 100;
X1 Tnomaa W. and Christopher O. Rivers to Her
man J Koch, lot on NE corner of Twenty- fifth
(Yolo) and Carolina streets, X 300, E 100, N 25.
W 100, N 108, X 200, 8 433, W 200: $10.
Susie E. Cnrrie to Jacob Heloeber*. lot on W
line of Eighteenth avenue, 225 N of B itreet, N
25 by W l'2O; $10. _
George R. Williams to Llazle a Lefavor (wife of
F. B.), lot on W line of Forty-seventh avenue, 100
Sof I street, 875 by W 120: $2.
Wlnslow and Bertha L. Anderson to Mary Pln
dell Lloyd, lot on W line of Seventeenth «treei,
185:8 Sofß,Bls by W 120; $10. .___-,,
Emll Ounzburger, Mary and Edward J. McMul
lln to Columbia Building and J^oan Association,
lot on S line of sagamore street, 340 E of Capitol
avenue, E 50, Sto t>an Jose avenue, Sw 00, « to
Sagamore. E y% loi 4, block B, Railroad Home
stead Association: $1.
Adolphus H. and Madeline H. Llssak to Antonio
and Kate Depaoli, lot on W line of Potrero avenue,
200 N of Burrows street. N 80 by W 100. lots 31
and 3-', block B, Haley Purchase: $10.
Julia, Morris C Percy and Henry T. Harris,
loulsa McDaniel. Emlh- Wolcott and Alice Zuver
to John E. Harris, lot 6, block 539. Bay View
Homestead Association, to correct error in deed of
rsathanlPl Harris to grantee, recorded March 10,
'79 in 939 <i. 356; SlO.
Kllen Barnard to Florence J. Sullivan, all real
property in -San Francisco: $10.
James W. sperry to Charlotte E. Sperry, all
property in State of California; sift.
ALAMF.DA COUNTY.
Lilli* C. Cole to Bridget A. Canning, lot on 8 line
Of Tenth street, 100 X of Union, E 33:3 by S 116.
blpck 548, Oakland: $10.
Mountain View Cemetery Association to Char
lotte sahlmann, lot 76, in plot 38, Mountain View
Cemetery, Oakland Township: $27.
Same* "to Sarah L. Powell, loi 276, in plot 12,
same, Oakland Township: 81 20.
Kdwara E. (and as attorney) and Susan A.
Potter (by attorney) to S. E. and Ann Woods, lots
220 and 221, map of Potter Tract, Berkeley; $10
Christopher C. Webb (by attorney) and estate of
J. k. Whitcomb (by auministrutor) to the town
of Berkeley, lot on NE corner of plai 6ft and Wool
sey street 8 to W of Adeline street N to 8 end of
the curve connecting the W line of Adeline street
with ttte W line of Grove street, thence N and W
along said curve to beginning, Berkeley; $10.
■Susan Hays et al. (by commissions) to Ger
mim Savings and Loan Society, lot on S line of
Central avenue, 320 W of Prospect street if ex
tended S, thence W 150. S 160, W 85. N 160. W
60, Sto shore line of Bay of San Francisco. thence
Eto a point SW 574 from point of beginning,
thence NX 574 to b*?lnniog, Alameda: $15,913.
Thomas C. Armstrong to JoseC. ttorges, lot on
N line 01 E street, 199:31 E of Main, J£ 49i83 by
N 145:30, being lots it and 16. biocK 2, Armstrong
Tract, Hay wards, Eden Township; $10.
Mercantile Bank of San Francisco to Albert
Meyer, lot on SE line of Lake Shore avenue, 104:3
SW from S corner of .Lake Shore ana Brooklyn
avenues. SW 55:1, 8E 108:6, NE 55. NW lllji,
to beginning, bMng lot 33, Map Property Capital
Homestead As«ociailon, East Oakland; $10.
Albert Meyer to Occidental Loan Association,
same. East Oakland; $10.
PH. and Charlotte Lacy to same, same, quitclaim
deed: $10.
Joseph E. and Grace F. Sham to same, same;
$10.
Frank Amlot '.O Jane M. Amiot, lot on SE cor
ner of Oregon and Ellsworth streets, E 27 :6 by 8
44:10, being lot 13, block H. Leonard. Berkeley :
also lot on SW corner of Thirtieth and Union
streets, W 115 by S 60, being the M 50 feet of lot
7, block 1, Lands Peralta Homestead, Oakland:
gift.
Joseph and Ella Seeley to Michael F. Kilkeary,
lot on X line of Hileard avenue. 175 E of Eualld,
E6O by N 126, being lot 9, block 16, DaJey'a
Scenic Park, Berkeley: $10.
Andy L. Stone to Robert and Marion McKeever,
all Interest In lot on Sr. line of Orchard avenue,
50 Eof Orange street, SE 140, SW 60, NW 140,
N E 50 to beginning, being lot (58, Map of Marlon
Tract, Brooklyn Township: $10.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL.
P B Gallagher, Chicago G D Barber, Pomona
C Collins. Stoccton J W Gray & w,sn ZvioDiOa
R Penrose <fe w, Cal Mrs Marshall, Stockton
E Champion, Grass Val D J Blnkleman, Grass V
R Collins, Grass Valley W E Parson «fe w, Grans V
T X Dun ■<. ley, Grass V J A Sybert, Grass Valley
W M Campbell, Grass V J Johunsen <fe w, Grass V
J Tnn berth. Grass Valley J Whil burn, Grass Valley
W Perkins, Grass Valley C Bone, Grass Valley
G Perkins, Grass Valley S Whiting. Grass Valley
G Temby. Grass Valley D Burrows, Grass Valley
H Williams, Grass V»l J clanson, Grass Valley
C Jones, Grass Valley F G White, Grass Valley
J A Richards, Grass Val X Whitlan, Grass Valley
J Buzza, Grass Valley W Mitchell, Grass Valley
F S Ridge, Grass Valley J Connolly, Grass Valley
W W Williams-Grass V D Buckley, Grass Valley
C Williams.Grass Valley J F Robinson. Grass Val
A B Sholl, Grass Valley E Parker, Grass Valley
J B Frank & w, Dion E Crabtree * w, sn Rosa
A P Campbell, Oregon J Freenan, Oregon
J Tribble, Oregon S J Parsons, Stockton
C A Prather. Stockton E B WaJch, Stockton
G M Hopkins, Stockton J Potter <fe w, Stockton
Mrs Z Gray, Stockton Mrs H H Tull, Stockton
Mrs 1) Pratber. Stockton P Finn, Mass
M Gilbert, Ohio G G Ebert <fe w, San Jom
H N Birt, Indianapolis G W Crate, Traver
J B Hurley .Grass Valley C Taylor, Tacoma
A Baldreglnnn. Colo C Folger, Marysville
H Welch, Stockton
RUSS HOUSE.
W H Price &w. Vacav W P Morton, Watnonvllle
C H Holmes, Kellogg M Williams, Gold Hill
E A Frenzel, Fowler F Perry <fe w, Antloch
F S Nash, La Crosse J H Hill, Port Townsend
!L B Sharer <fe w, LosAng W Ulrlch, Or
|E S Coleman it w, Cal CD i lawsen Aw, lowa
I N Cook, San Jose Rev L L Boone, Stockton
Mrs T Renner, Oakland E T Dell mar <& w, N V
j A Olfflnger, Mont FHMnythe, LangtryFrm
i B F Rncker, Cal S M Smith, Sutler
C Johnsen, Santa Rosa R J Coggeshell, San Jose
J C Roth, Marysvlllo J Walsen, Napa
Mr Gerden. Sacramento Mrs Gerden, Sacramento
MrsP:WF»ushyheaa,Cai W Wadsworth, Cal
Mrs E Burtingen, Nev W Scnss *w, Cal
Mrs I Deiuer, Cal Mrs D W Martin, Sissons
Mrs M E Duriey. Cal Mrs X Jenklnf, Orldley
J A Roltray, New M V E Donelson, Cal
Ws ■; aylor, Honolula Miss X Williams. Cal
D H Rice, Brentwood MT S Keant-n, Sacto
J Sweany &w, Dixon Mrs J Pool, Cal
F X McNamara, Cal H Schmi'it, :• ureka
J T Dandy, Ogden T A Peasetek, Cal
W Cook, San Jose W C Sammonds, Or
E McGawskey, Cal I H Dutcher, blvermorv
E J Fuller, Colo F H Smith, Cal
Mr 6. Flonrey, Sacto
GRAND HOTEL.
C Q Smith, NY J Wherry, Allegheny
C Haydock, San Jose MlssDSneridan.DlM'onte
Dr I R Riley.SS Marioosu Miss Rilev, S S Marlposa
CII Taylor &w, Term R I. lark, Sacramento
C M Connell, Sacto E W Hooper, Cal
J X Baer, so/iora A C Sexton, Ventura
V Schell, Beimont W H Davis, Los Angeles
A W Grant. Ohio J C Tyrrell. Grass Valley
H C Wolf, Sacramento E W Marsh, Wls
B Adams, Stamoru C M Helntz, Los Angeles
T M Coborn , Portland G V Reed, Visa] la
R R McKinney, I. Angls W L Jones, Napa
H G Gray son, Han Jose J G McMullln, San Jose
D T .McPlmil. Hollister C M Hatcher, San Jose
A J Luck ban! t. Lai L Ward & wf, loae
J B HodsoD, Marysvllle W L Pierce, San Diego
C C Knight, ista Barbara A lv. F.awson & wf, Los
J a Henderson, L Angls Angeles
G W Kudman.VacaviUe J F Moore, Cal
J it Bushelman, L Augls H At Moore, Weavervill*
CF Bryant, Dimond Spgs W H Holnies.Los Angels
E M Murmion. L AtiKe.es I R Howell, Chicago
G T McCabe.Knigts Fery C M McSonth, N V
W H Coopt- r.Santa, Barba F R Renele, Sacto
J W Roelker. Kvansville G T Gnbner, Santa Roaa
J F Worsley, Vacuville T H Buckl:ibam,Vacavil
T P Tooly, Willow* T McDowell. MenloPark
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
C Phillips, New York H C Herkimer, S L Obis
H T Murphy, Sunol H Bechtel, Cal
H N Belling, Sacto J B Contra, Man Jose
N JlcGulrk. Petalnma M H Cook, Stockton
E A Lanagan, Stockton M Colebrook, Coquelle
J Andrew, Coquelle W G Ralner, Cal
Mrs X Ro:h, Davlsvllle R A McGreger, Cal
F Martin, Antioch J X Busey, Concord
P Cunningham, l.'kiah J Cunningham, I'klah
J Lawler, Petalurua W Valintine, Liverpool
Mr & Mrs Frazer, Cal G T Wilds, Cal
II O Greve, Milwaukee N P Shaw, Seattle
PEHill, ISA W E Judge. Santa Crut
W N Cooper, USN CM Cuener, Sacto
T Triicase, Sacto W Stolker, Sacto
W Brown, USN J Dewellon, USN
Mrs A C Heyer, N C W E Barney, N C
J J Clinton, Reno T Sloan, Montreal
J Wall. Sacramento H C Peterson, Bethany
Mrs L Forden, Bethany W A Nlchol, Lovelock's
BALDWIN HOTEL.
G Humphrey A fy, Reno W Brown, Angels Cams
Miss Jennings, Yreka L Austin, Los Gatos
Dr Uankiu, . aniu. Rosa Mrs W Fliher Callstotr*
M atone, S Bernardino C M Hunter. San R»faßi
E R Morse, Berkeley W jj Davis, Pinole a
J M McPike. Napa X M McLlon. San Jose
C Jarmenn, San Jose Miss Brown, Valleio
C H Fisher, Woodland F G Miller, Wooaland
PALACE HOTEL.
J Charpentler, Mazatian Mrs Charpentler Miut
Mrs J m Robertson. N V Miss Robertson v v
Elsie Robertfon, N V C Heine, Stanford
B Butterworth, Cincin W a Morehooie Lot An*
Mrs Morehouse. LosAng E M Bach NY* ■"•"•
E X Alpaugh, lnd Mi« Aluansh. Ind

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