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hQRAND MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE!-*-
PRICES HATE BEEN REDUCED FULLY 50 PER CENT in this great de-
partment as we have still on hand _ very extensive collection of Cloaks, Wraps,
Newmarkets ami Jackets THAT MUSI' HE CLOSED OUT to make room for Fall
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Disposing of Trout Eggs From
a State Hatchery.
Arrival of the "Wrestlers— Pugilists Who Are
Invading Seattle— Eifle Practice.
Tbere will be an attempt made by Parson
Davies, lbe all-round sport, to stir up an Interest
lv wieslllug. Pugilism has dropped out of sight
completely, and the prospects of tbe sport be
coming again popular in this city are very slim
Tne California Club will make a final attempt
next month to resurrect Its fallen prestige, and if
possible place the club In a way of being able to
meet tbe many demands now being made on Its
long since depleted treasury. The pugs are
now drifting toward the noith, and Ills some
what astonishing to note that " ihe star "
performers who refused purses of 1 1000 and
more a lew months ago are auxious to do battle
In a countiy club for a ve.y Insignificant con
Amateur athletic sports are becoming very
popular, and tbe several programmes figured
upon will bring out a host of new men, wbo will
greatly assist to further tbe Interest lv athletic
Angling ha» been very good on the bay re
ceutly. The stocking of streams with trout fry
bas been looked for by the fraternity which en
joys tbe i a sti me.
Tbe introduction of an ordinance which will
prohibit the sale ol wild ducks lv this city has
Camj eutd tbe ardor of the market-hunters.
An Olympian Who May Lower ScliifTer
Although It will be many weeks until an ath
letic meeting will be beld under the auspices nt
the Olympic Club or I*. C. A. A. A., still the rep
resentatives of ibe Olympic and Alpine clubs
1 continue practicing, so as to keep tbe rust from
gattienug on their spikes. The Olympic Club
grounds present a very lively appearance on
Sunday mornings, aud Judging from lbe number
of athletes who fly along the tracks dressed iv
their best running suits, some record-breaking
may be expected before the short evening* ar
Schlffei stein has about concluded to retire
from the cinder path. Ills constitution ls far
from being strong, and although bis ambition Is
lo lower Ihe long-dial, jumping record, hi*
frieuds fear that he will never he equal to the
task. The famous athlete should lake} a rest
until next Sim tug. wheu he may come auout all
right and astonish the world by handsomely
lowering llie '*n\ing" leap.
Joseph li.irr Bucbannan, who Is at present
studying surgery at a leading college iv Chicago,
writes that he will resume athletics soon, aud
will endeavor to lower Giay's shot-putting rec
ord ol 46 leet 1 inch at au athletic meeting
which mil be held lv Chicago during the month
The Alpine Club will move to Central Park on
or about August Ist. Members who aie two
mouths In arrears at the time of moving will be
The last Issue at hand of the New York Clipper
contains a veiy good picture ol W. A. Scott, the
champion lung-distance ruuuer of the Olympic
The representatives of the P. C. A. A. A. will
have a gala day's sport at Sacramento duilng
State Fair week. Ou Weduesday, September
17th, the last amateur athletic tournament will be
held, under Ihe dliect management of George
W. Jordan of the Olympic Ciub. Tnis loin na
ueut Is given exclusively for amateurs, aud all
contestants are requned to be members of
clubs thai have membership iv the P. C. A. A. A.
Ms Is quite necessary to lnauie _ purely ama
It was decided by tbe Board of Directors to
add this eulertaluinenl for the sole purioseof
encouraglug out-door exercise of a physical
nature for young men whose vocations confine
iirem. Nothing professional in any manner will
be allowed to compete lv these healthful aud
Innocent outdoor games. That it will be m
stinctive as well as amusing to tlie visitors the
management have no doubt. The programme of
eveuis will be as follows:
* One bundled jam race, handicap; four hun
dled and lony-yaid race, scratch; oue-mlie walk,
handicap; half-mile iuu, sciatch; two mile run.
I ii .l.ca ; two bundled and twenty-yard run,
handicap; running high jump, handicap; putting
slxieeii-pouud shot, handicap; ally-yard race,
'iheie will be offered two prize medals, a first
and second, In each event. The entries will
close wiih George W. Jordan at the Olympic
Club rooms about September Ist. Assurances
are given thai eveiy amateur club in the Slate
will he represented by Its best men, thereby se
curing a contest lor supremacy lv every Instance.
That ibis lion ol the exhibition will be suc
cessful is an assured * lact. and It Is the desire of
the management that _.erealtei the annual charu
p.on.bip games may take* place upon Us grounds,
to the end thai the championship banner of this
society each year will be a liopby thai winners
will be proud lo secure.
The lollow lug communication from a popular
athlete on doing* athletic lias been received:
"Tbe out-door athletes are again In active
training for Hie games of Hie Olympic Club on
September Bth. and at Sacramento on September
17th. Theie will probably be an invitation Held
day by ihe Olympic Club for tome Saiuiday lv
"The Olympians will enjoy a run at Sausalito
to-day. Tbey will leave on the 10 o'clock boat,
and the run will b- to Lime Point, lt Is ex
pected that Skillman ol New York, Scott, Cooley
and Espiuosa will lower tte record lor distance
"There will be a race on Admission day for old
time runners at the Olympic games, which will
bring out K. B. Jones, J. W. Fiynn. W. J. Ken
ealy, J. O'Kaue aud George Jones, who have
done some good splinting In their time.
"Ca«ady's ambition Is to win the Hammersmith
meoal three limes, and theu lower the lVi-mlle
recoid, alter wblch he will retire from the cinder
path. Casady, on a straight track, It Is claimed,
can beat the record.
"The Olympic Club has found another promts ing
sprinter In W. 11. Phelps, who one day last week
ran 100 yards close on even time. Schlllerstcln
will have io look out or bis colors will soon be
lowered by Ibis promising young sprinter."
Nothing Much Dnlr-g at Present Among
Parson Davies, the all-round sporting mana
ger, has arrived with bis combination of ueck
twisters and carpet-tumblers. Evan Lewis,
"the straugler," Is the star of the troupe and
Tom Mclnerney Is the trial horse, who will
tackle all young men wbo aspire to champion
ship fan In wieslllDg. Lewis has quite a record
and Is looked upon as being Ibe tiger ot tbe
carpet. In January, 1886, Lewis and Joe Acton
met tor the tirst time In Chicago, Acton winning
the match. A few mouths later they wrestled
again, and The Strangle! came out victor. Jack
Waunup, the F_nellsb Wrestler, and Lewis met
lv Chicago for $1 1 'in a side, Lewis winning, and
Charles Green, also ot Kugland, went down before
tbe all conqu 'ring Straugler in a match for (200
a side in Milwaukee. Jack Connors, tue well
known wrestler, also leil a victim io The
Stranger's prowess lv a match for $1000 a side
at Pittsburg, and Lewis created a great sen
sation by defeating W. Muldoon at bis own game
(Giifco-ltoDiaii). In Chicago 111 July, 1885. Mul
doon claimed lo be out ol condition at Hie time.
Acton says that Lewis Is Hie most powerful
wiesiler lie has ever met, but that he Is not skill
ful. Tbe Stiaugler Is at least lifteeu pounds a
heavier man than the wieslllug teacher of the
California Club, and, as weight is a vei v impoi
tam consideration in a wrestling match, it Is
unreasonable to expect that Acton could suc
ceed In deleatlug Davies' champion. Acton says
that be Is willing to ny, and will wager
$500 that Lewis cannot put him down In
hall an hour. The combination Is booked
to appear In a series of exhibition contests, but
the spoiling class ol this ciiy bas become so
used to witnessing exciting scrapping matches
in the past lhat uuly the breaking ol a neck or
the gouging ol au eye will attract attention to a
wiestling pou;. Although the matches may be
conducted ou "Hie squtue" 11 Is very doubtful
11 the game will succeed.
The steamer State of California, which sailed
for northern ports yesteiday, had ou board
Charley Gleasou, Gus Browu and Jiminle Geo
can, the all-round alblele. Gleasou and Brown
go to Astoria, Hie former to become boxing In
structor of an athletic club, and (he latter to
liglu Scott, a light-weight, lor a purse of 1400.
Biown, it Is slated, felt sail at leaviug San l'ian-
Cisco, and he vows be will not retuin II he does
not succeed In whipping bis opponent. Geogan
has gone to Seattle In the Interest ot the Young
Mitchell-Joe Actou a 111 -tic combination.
ll Is said dial the Caiilornla Club will offer a
"test case" purse :o P. D. Skillman, the ama
teur runner, and a professional athlete named
Little. They have a giudge aud to settle the
mailer a couple of spoonful* of blood must be
shed somewlieie. Their lends say thai ihey
would give a very luteiestlng exhibition, as bolb
are In hue condiiion.
The matching of Jimmle Carroll and Andy
Bowen by the Olympic Club ul New Orleans Is
the chief topic of cuversattou In sporting circle*,
the general Impression being that Carroll will
have no difficulty In disposing of Buweu's claims
to championship honors. Bob Frzsiiiimons,
who accompanied Carroll to New Orleans, aud
will meet Arthur Upham at the Audubon Club,
Is almost suie in whip his man, so Ibat lv tbe
event of lbe two Calilunila Club representatives
proving vlctois, the club will bave quite a send
off as a retainer of champion,. Fitzsiminous Is
looking ahead wltb an eye to otber matches, and
desires to meet any middle-weight living, bar
joe McAuhiie has at last condescended to
wine to ins frieuds lv Hits city fiom Loudon.
He says in a letter just leceived thai be enjoyed
bis i rip veiy much, but upon arrival Id London
was surprised to learn thai theie was no match
arranged for htm. He was, however, determined
to have one with the Australian, even if he had
to follow him to his own country, He at last
succeeded, bul only alter lie bad conceded every
thing to his opponent. McAulilfe also says that
after f-lavin be will tight Jacksou. If that Indi
vidual is not In this couutry, he will go to
Anslialia and challenge him there. He is bouud
to have a return tight with Jacksou 11 It should
be the last ctlort ol his life.
A loner from Jack Dempsey states that lie will
remain In New York among lis Ii lends and prob
ably co Into some kind of business. - Jack adds
that be will never entei Hie ring agaiu, unless il
be to meet Geoige la Blanche.
Accoidlbg lo a dispatch received last evening
the great John L. Sullivan has turned over a uew
leaf In life. * ihe telegram stales that he has
Joined Ihe Salvation Army and will be appointed
drum major of the street brigade. ••■■*iws#v-*fe««-*i
A match between Joe Actou and Evan Lewis
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO. SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1890-FOURTEEN PAGES.
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8^ See to-day's "Examiner" and "Chronicle" for Bargain Offerings in many other departments.
1* now being talked of by ll.e members of the
Peter Jackson and his trainer, Fitzpati will
sail for Austiaila next Saturday.
KOD AND KEEL.
Where Trout Egg* From State Ilntch
The many anglers who have been anxiously
awaiting the slocking by the Commissioners of
Ihe public streams adjacent to San Francisco
will be surprised to learn ol Hie many thousands
of Gsli eggs which have been shipped to this city
this summer from Sissou and Shovel Creek
hatcheries to geutlemen who are supposed to
own private ponds or streams. Although the
hatcheries are supported by State funds, It seems
that lbe State's waters have been neglected for
such streams and lakes as are leased or owned
by clubs or private Individuals.
The lish which bave been taken from Shovel
Cieek, which Is a tributary of the Klamath
Kiver, Is k nown as Hie rainbow trout. Last
spilng a unipoiaiy hatchery was eiected on the
margin of Shovel Creek, near its mouth, and a
tiap was coustiucted for the captuie of trout,
which dining tlie months ol May, June and July
ascend the stream in large numbers on their
way to the srawuiug beds. Tbe experiment
proved quite satisfactory to Commissioner Wood
beiiy, and. in fact, bad it not been for lbe uum
ber of trout taken Irom the cue!, this summer
there would have been comparatively Utile done
In the way of tlsh-hatching, as Hie other hatch
eries, especially Ihe ones lv the Slate of Nevada,
so to speak, ran diy this summer.
To keep Shovel Cieek well supplied with young
fish— although the drainage lias beeu beavy tills
year— several thousand young try from the
hatchery have been placed lv the creek. The
tuu of Dili up Shovel Creek having ceased a few
weeks ago the trap at Hie moulh ot the stream
wheie it empties mo the Klamath Kiver was
taken down mid the eggs which weie then in ihe
hatchery transferred to Slsson or lo private In
dividuals, who applied for them through Com
missioners Koutii'i* or Harvey. As the sports
men of this city who take pleasure In angling
are anxious to gleau some lulormatlon concern
ing the Slate li-ti hatcheries and how (lie eggs
are disposed of, a repoiter visited lbe Shovel
Creek Hatchery in Siskiyou County recently
ami was lurulshed the following memorandum
of the shipments of eyed-eggs made Ibis year,
April 28th, to Mr. la Motte, Gieu Ellen Hatch
ery, 100.000 trout eyed eggs.
In May and Juue, lo Slsson Hatchery, 950,
.May 7th, to Alexander Badlam, San Fraucisco,
May Bih. to C. B. Green, 34 Hawthorne stieet,
San Fiaucisco, 60,000 eggs.
May loin, Alexauder Badlaui, 50,000 eggs
May 18in, Truckee Hatchery, 50,000 eggs.
July Ist, Geoige achneiiwald of Monterey,
60,000 eggs, aud on the 14111 25,000 eggs.
July 4th, S. 11. Knowles, Alma, 50,000 eggs.
July Blh, Alexander Badlam, Callstoga, 60,
The san Kafael Water Works Company bad
applied for 20,000 eggs for Us lake, whicli were
to have been shipped last Tuesday, with 20,000
eggs which, Commissioner Woodberry stales,
weie Intended for ihe stocking of the head
waters of the Lagunitas Creek.
lv January last Ur. Woodberry received a
consignment of Eastern trout eggs (Salmo fonil
naies) Irom Hie Livingstone cold spring hatchery
at Charleston, N. 11, ihe greater part uf these
fouud their way luto the Gleu Ellen hatchery,
the remaining 4000 eggs were placed In Hie
hatchery at Shovel Creek and on the lsth of
June last the you Iry of tbls gamy trout were
given their freedom In tbe head-waters of tbe
sli< am, which feeds the rapid flowing waters of
As will be noted the majority of the eggs stripped
from Hie rainbow trout have been shipped
to residents of tins city or the adjoining coun
ties, It is presumed that a large percentage of
the eggs will perish, as It requires experienced
men who thoroughly understand their business,
to successfully undertake the handling of the
spawn while It Is In a slate of incubation. The
troughs lv which the fry are kept, while In the
sack, have tv be cleansed daily and lbe water
must necessarily be cold; the temperature must
not exceed 70°, otherwise deaths In Ihe family
are sure to follow. If ball of llie numbers of
eggs and liy which bave been shipped from the
strove; Creek Hatchery Ibis summer for the pur
pose of stocking ponds and streams adjacent to
this city meet with success, some good sport will
be had in two years hence near at home.
The trout on the Klamath Kiver have ceased
to rise to lite-, aud many of Ibe anglers who vis
ited Klamath springs leceutly, returned sadly
disappointed. June was an excellent mouth and
very enjoyable spoil was had by sportsmen who
visited ihe river. In August the "Silver trout,"
as they are teuned by the Kla mat bans, will be
numerous, aud as they run a few pounds larger
ou the aveiage Iban Hie rainbow limn. It will
require an expeilenced angler to handle them
successlully lv such a fast-going liver as the
Captain George Cummings. the well-known
spoilsman, has let timed wiib bis company of
stream- whlppers fiom a three weeks' outing on
the Williamson Kiver, which Hows through the
Klamath ludiau Keservation. The company
consisted of iho captain and bis son, A. M. Cum
mines, A V. Hall, William Fenu. B. Fuller and
A. Maun. General Apnlegate of the agency re
ceived Caotaiu ' Cuiiiiuings and party most hos
pitably, and did everything In his power to make'
the occasion uf their visit pleasaut and agreeable.
The * sportsmen . report lbe weather as being
very waim In July, but Hint the fishing was so
far superior lo anything ihey had ever experi
enced that the torrid atmosphere had no ellect
upon their appetites lor angliug, which were ap
peased alter the i first week In camp. The
largest flsh landed weighed thirteen pounds, al
though several trout which found their way to
camp scaled eight and leu pounds. It waa a ■
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12 dozen LADIES' FINE MUSLIN SKIRTS, made
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Ed, firmly and closely booed, two side steels,
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Infants' and Children's Wear.
rarity to catch a lish under two pounds. On the *
second day In camp three rods brought home
250 pound* of flsh, which was distributed
among the Indians.
Ex-Mayor Pierce of Oakland, John Gallagher
and J. U. Wblicomb of this city returned last
week from a week's fishing ou the Klamath
Score* at the Preliminary Practice Will
Company B of the Thlid Kegiment will hold a
practice shoot at Shell Mound Park uext Sunday.
The Elntracht Shooting Section will hold a
prize shout at Harbor View to-day. Cash prizes
to the amount of $200 will be distributed. Tbe
marksman winning the first prize will receive
At the preliminary shoot of the regiments of
tbe Secuud Brigade, N. G. C. a great difference
of opinion was expressed by tbe ofiicers and
men in regard to the Interpretation of the orders
Issued by the Adjutant-General. Many con
le tided that the preliminary shoot did not count,
except to quality all iiiaiksnieu making 50 per
cent or over to enter in the Dual shot In Septem
ber next; while, ou the other band, it was strenu
ously asserted that Hie pieilmlnary aud Until
-hoots would bulb count for all participating,
aud tbal the average of both contests would be
takeu In delei mining Hie peiceutage for decora
In Older that the misunderstanding might be
sliaighteued out a reporter waned upon Adju
tant-General Orion during the practice of the
Fiist Kegiment. and thai gentleman slated at
tbal lime that both shoots would count lv arilv-
Ing at Hie percentage, precisely as on pievious
years, the only difference being that all conies
tants making less than 50 per cent would not be
entitled to enter In the final practice. lluow
seems that Hits decision has been changed, and
the lenoiter has It authoritatively thai the pie
llmliiaiy shoot will not count.
Tlie informant fuilber stated that the prelimi
nary is merely lor entry lv the final shoot for all
guardsmen win make 50 per cent or over, aud
lor Hie purpose of weeding out men for limber
Instruction. Tills decision will be a disappoint
ment to many, wbo In the contests of last mouth
weie lot lunate enough to make good scores, and
hoped io benefit by them iv the final practice.
GIN AND GAME.
A Lew to Prohibit the Sale of Wild
If the reports received In this city of the
slaughter of young mallard ducks by market
bunleis along the Sacrameuto and Sau Joaquiu
be true, the green-bead quackcr will be as scarce
in the city markets in a lew years as buffalo
steaks. Oue uoied market hunter Is said to have
cleared (125 last month from the sale of young
mallards, whicli now command a good pi Ice.
A committee appointed by the Sportmau's Pro
tective Association of this city visited the Super
visors some weeks ago aud suggested the pas
sage of an ordinance piohlbltiug the sale of the
biids In this city duilug the close season, which
means the bleeding montbs. llie follow let
ter trom a member of the association will show
the Interest which is attached to this movement,
wbicb, It Is hoped, will do away with spring
shooting aud the slaughter of a grand game
Editor Sporting Column, Morning Call: There Is
much rejoicing among our local sportsmen over the
passage of the ordinance protecting wild ducks dur
ing the breeding season. To tbe lately organized
Sport men '_ Protective Association of California be
longs the credit (or the passage of this desirable
law. Hood sport can ouce more be expected In the
near future. The association deserves the thanks
of all true sportsmen tor their watchful care of the
sportsmen's Interests. <_.'. K. I'reciit, Vice-President
of the hportmen's Protective Association, at a re
cent meeting raised this question fur the protection
or ducks and, thanks to the persistency of President
Levi P. Peck, who personally pleaded (or tlie ordi
nance before the Hoard of Supervisors, it has been
passed. All honor to the association and our hon
orable Hoard or Supervisors. I
- The buyers of deer-skins have taken advan
tage ol the recent embrugllo among the Fish
and Game Commissioners and several bundles
ot deerskins have beeu shipped to llils city
within the past week. Last Thursday lour
closely packed bales of hides were purchased by
a Ciay-sii eel merchaut. There la now very little
hope of a slop being put to the ualtlc for a lime
at least, and the many bundles of skins which
have been awaiting shipment lv the country will
pour Into Sau Francisco, where a good market
can always be had.
The country papers have been taking up Hie
question of land leasing. Iv a recent edition of
the Nevada City Herald tbe following on the
subject appeared :
Fifty thousand acre-lot land have been leased In
Mum, County by some rich young men of San
francisco, with a view to making it an exclusive
hunting ground lor themselves. Another company
of spurts nave for years held under lease thousauds
of acres of tule lands bclweun Sulsuu and llenicla,
wbicb they use as a bunting ground, and from
which tbey rightly exclude any one from shooting
except members of the club. This fact has caused
several Interior papers to comment untavorably
upon such practices, and they ask tbe Legislature
to pass laws that will prohibit the holding of hind
by corporations. When the custom Is onto estab
lished that wealthy mon can gobble up fclaudl by
lease and stock them with lish and game tbey will
want i laws . to protect tbem in their rights, and
poaching laws will soon follow. - The __acrainento
Uee truly says that the people or the State of Cal
ifornia wilt not stand any poaching laws, and it
calls the attention of the coming Legislature to
this attempt to plant feudal practices on our free
son, to the end that its Infamy shall be nipped In
tbe bud, and all future attempts of the character
made criminal. >We think the journals that have
taken this matter* up are right, and tbat the Legis
lature should give heed to the v. .v inn,. - .-_*:";_•. .
The Uuu Club was only rati Iv represented at a
shoot bold yesterday at the Oaklaud track. The
spoiling, however, waa up to the general
A sportsman' ciub has _ been organized ', at
We submit a few examples of the Hl-
] ; MENSE REDUCTIONS at which we are
i : otfering NEW, STTLIS II ANT) SEASON-
ABLE GOODS in these three important
, ; departments.
PLAIN, STRIPED and FANCY FIGURED COACH-
i INO PARASOLS, In all colors and styles, re-
duced from f 2 to fl.
PLAID, STRIPED AND FIGURED PARASOLS,
with elaborate handles and trimmings, reduced
1 from fl 60 to f2.
HEAVY BROCADED SILK PARASOLS, in striped
. and figured, ln all the newest shapes and colors,
reduced from (3 to fl.
, 1000 pieces No. 7 CASHMERE RIBBONS, all silk,
wortb 10c a yard, will be sold at 5c a yard.
- At 7VzC
1000 pieces No. 12 CASHMERE RIBBON, all silk,
worth 15c a yard, will be sold at 7 Vie a yard.
: 1000 pieces No. 16 CASHMERE RIBBON, all silk,
: worth 20c a yard, will be sold at 10c a yard.
300 pieces 7-INCH FAILLE FRANCAISE SASH
, RIBBON, worth OOc a yard, will be sold at 'l.i
; REMNANTS. REMNANTS.
ALL REMNANTS of PLAIN and FANCY RIB-
* BONS will be sold at HALF PRICK
200 dozen LADIES' TAFFETA SILK JERSEY
GLOVES, In black, worth regular 35c, will be
offered at 15c a pair.
' 176 dozen LADIES' TAFJETA SILK JERSEY
ULU YES, embroidered back, If dark, medium
and tan shade;, worth regular SOc, will be of-
fered at 25c a pair.
. At 50c.
. 75 dozen LADIES' 4-BUTTON UNDRESSED KID
GLOVES, embroidered bacc, In meillum and tin
shades, worth regular l, will be offered at 60c
115 dozen LADIES' 12-BUTTON LENGTH MOUS-
QUETAIRE UNDRESSED KID GLOVES, new
stitching, In tan and mode shades, worth regu-
lar 1 1 50, will be offered at 75c a pair.
50 dozen LADIES' 5-BUTTON KID GLOVES, now
stitching. In medium and tan shades, worth reg-
ular 1 1 50, will be offered at f 1 a pair.
Yreka, Siskiyou County, for the protection of
game and fish. One of Hie members writes to a
sportsman of tills city bow matters stand as re
gards game and Its protection up north. The
We have organized a sportsman's club In Yreka
and are endeavoring, with some success, to enforce
the game laws, but the task is an uphill one. Fortu
nately, wo are ably assisted by C. 11. ltoeart of our
town, who holds the appointment of local Deputy
lish Commissioner. Charley Is not only an enthu
siastic sportsman, but is also a very active and effi
cient officer, and wo feel much indebted to him for
the zeal which he has manifested lv protecting our
game ami tish from Indiscriminate slaughter.
Unfortunately, he has not received tbat support
and assistance from the hoard or Flsh Commission
ers to which wo think he is entitled. It is a matter
ln which we are ait Interested and our club is not
able to afford him all the pecuniary assistance he
really needs in enforcing the law. although we bare
already and wUI again tax ourselves liberally to
In the eastern end or our county we still have a
number of bauds of antelope. Last winter the snow
was so deep as to render these little animals help
less, and In one Instance, a human biute, out on tbe
Butte Creek desert, took a pitchfork and went out
and stabbed ten. or twelve of them to death, merely
to satisfy his lust for slaughter. We tried to make
out a case against him, out be had destroyed the
evidences of his crime, and none of his neighbors
would testify against him, and we were reluctantly
compelled to abandon the prosecution.-
Deputy <!. 11. Ilogart seized about -.'SOO deer hides
last season. In one lot, taken from deer Illegally
slaughtered. He also seized over 300 In another
lot, and thinks he knows of about '1000 In a third
lot which he will seize shortly. This will give you
some Idea or [he necessity of having active deputies
In every county In the State, lt is to be sincerely
hoped lhat the Legislature will enact a law that will
authorize the employment of paid deputies. The
employment of competent men would have the ef
fect ot restocking our mountains wltb game, and If
lt Is not done, 11 will be impossible to prevent their
depopulation In a tew years.
WITH TUX OARSMEN.
Organizing flowing Crews In tho Olym
After several years of inactivity, the South
End Club will again be heaid from before tbe
close of tho season. Iv years gone by the South
Ends have turned out many excellent oarsmen,
who at various times captured championship
honors. Tbey still have a remarkable good
crew iv Dupllssle, McDowell, Dougherty and
Thomas, who, In Hie event of a suitable prize be
lug ottered at the Stale Fair, are willing to com
pete against all coiners in a barge race for tbe
championship ol the Coast.
There Is an effort being made by several
members of the Olympic Club to organize a row
ing club of club members exclusively. As there
are some good oarsmen among the members
they should turn out at least one good crew.
De wm Davis, James O'Dwyer and William
Kusseli of the Dolphins have joined the ranks of
the benedicts, and are only walling lor Charley
le Wall to become one of them befoie organizing
a married man's crew.
One it Hie principal leatures at the Artels' high
jinks will be a race in (our-onred barges, each
member of Hie dllfereul crews to weigh nut less
than 200 pounds.
: One of the gieatest regattas that America has
ever seen will take place at Duluth, Minn., (rom
July 21st to 2Gtli Inclusive. All professionals
ol tills country and most famous of Australia and
Englaud will participate.
Ld Heeuau Is altar M. Stokes' scalp for a race
In wherries. Stokes cau be backed for a few
hundred and a race may be the result. *
The Stockton Union Club uf Stoeklon bas not
yet made any reply to the Ariels' request.
The Great Meeting at Merced— Collecting
' A meeting of the lovers of the leash, Interested
in the proposed interstate coursing meeting,
which according to announcement will beheld
at : Merced next October, will lake place next
Wednesday evening at 530 Calllornia street.
The project Is not moving with as much activity
as might be desired.
The monster celebration during September by
the Native Sons of the Golden West is absorbing
tie eneigles ol lbe city and Us attentlou to such
an exteut ibat li is ouly with difficulty that sub
scriptions can be secured lv limit large amounts.
The committee having the matter In charge Is lv
nowise neglectful, and may be relied upon to
collect as gieat a sum as possible, not only be
cause ut then imeiest In coursing, but also lor
the credit ol tbe Stale. ......
ll lakes money to bring out good dogs; $5000
would nut be 100 large an amount to bang up in
■ lie van. us events. The proposition to run a
128- dog stake does not Impress some sportsmen
so favoi ably as another to run several smaller
stakes. The larger stake makes It practically
impossible to keep dogs well keyed up for the
seveial days necessary to ruu off a stake of such
magnitude; sixty-four dogs is enough ln any one
event. :. • --.-.■-.._. ...-,_-_•_
■:■ :. Theie will be au open-to-all meellog at New
ark next Sunday. Haies are vow plentiful aud
-some good i uniting may* be expected. The
giouud lsa bit bard, bin the watering cart will
sullen the mi face so as to protect lbe dugs' feet
from cuts and bruises. - The "draw" will be held
next Friday evening. ,
"On Saturday next the Alameda and lturnaby
clubs will play on the grounds oft the Alameda
j Club, Pacific avenue and Webster street", Ala-
I meda. ' Tliey will commence at 12 o'clock, noou.
Much Inieiest attaches to this match, us It will
. virtually decide the supremacy, each club hav
ing won and last even number uf games thus far.'
A new competitor lor laurels will euler the
race in the reorganized "Merious" aud promises
to make others look tv their laurels. ■ -.
Our offerings from this department
are UNMISTAKABLE BARGAINS and
cannot be duplicated elsewhere at any-
-ana — -rs. — mm. . v ■i n. ... — * — \__&
thing like the cat prices now quoted.
300 dozen LADIES' LINEN COLLARS, will be
offered at 5c each.
36 pieces BLACK CHANTILLY LACE, all silk, 8
inches wide, reduced from 75c, will be offered
at 26c per yard.
100 POINT GENE LACE SETS, reduced from
1, will be ollered at 50c each.
18 pieces BLACK RUSSIAN VANDYKE LACE
SKIRTING, 15 laches wide, will be offered at
60c per yard.
280 pieces CREAM and BEIGE VANDYKE LACE,
at half price, reduced to 10c, 12 Vic, 15c, 20c
and 25c per yard.
136 pieces CREAM AND BEIGE POINT DE GENE
VANDYKE LACE, at half price, reduced to 20c>
26c, 30c, 35c, 10c and SOc per yard.
13 pieces SWISS EMBROIDERED HEMSTITCHED
SKIRTING, 45 inches wide, reduced to 76c,
86c and $1 per yard.
38 dozen BLACK SPANISH GUIPURE LACE
SCARFS, all silk, extraordinary values, extra
long, reduced to SOc, 76c, fl, *1 26, »1 60'
•1 76, t'i. $2 50 and S3 each.
16 dozen BLACK HANDRUN SPANISH LACE
SCARFS, extra long, reduced to »3 50, ti,
to 50, (7 SO and 110 eacb.
68 pieces BJ, ACK STRIPED AND FIGURED RUS-
SIAN NET, 45 Inches wide, all silk, reduced to
75c, 85c and fl per yard.
29 pieces BLACK CHANTILLY LACE SKIRTING,
10 to 45 Inches wide, all silk, reduced to 90c,
$1 25, *1 50, f 1 75, $2, f2 50 and *3 per yard.
A NOVEL STAGE TRICK.
How a Man Can Be Decapitated in
Full View of the Audience.
Pf^HOSE philanthropists and legislators
VI"V w lO llaYe °l late been making a study
jit,- ol capital punishment will be inter
ested, perhaps, In a performance in which
one of the performers Is executed twice
every day, says the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The means employed is the old-fashioned
"defunct" method of decapitation, and al
though this lacks the refinement and scien
tific precision of execution by electricity, it
_— — _— xni, 1 1,1 1 — ****—***■ ■■ — Jr
avoids, on the other hand, the delays and
lawsuits that ordinarily attend this method
The poor clown who suffers the death
penalty twelve times a week usually enters
the ring, and after performing certain acro
batic feats commits some crime against his
fellows, for which lie is condemned to die.
He is placed upon the block, his head is
covered with a cloth. Harlequin ap
proaches as executiouer and begins to cut
with a huge knife across the victim's neck.
In a moment all Is over, the cloth Is re
moved - and Harlequin lifts in the air the
severed head. , Delighted with his trophy,
he carries it about under | his arm, places it
in a charger in the center of the ring, and
finally takes it back to the block wrapped up
in the cloth, and places it by the side ofthe
headless trunk. He removes the cloth and
then in snort places a lighted cigarette in :
its mouth. - In a little while you notice that
the cigarette : begins to glow, smoke comes
Imm the now and the eyes roll. Evidently
A Gallant tti'S.'in-. - :
A A twelve-year-old boy named John Col
lins, who > lives lon r Pacific ig street,"-, near
Leavenworth, and who .; sells newspapers
along the front, 1 fell | overboard from tbe
stringer at Washington-street Wharf yes
terday afternoon. The alarm ' nas :. given
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S GARMENTS.
Our display of Misses' and Children's Outer Garments is universally con-
ceded to be the MOST EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND BEST SELECTED in the
city, and this fact, taken in connection with the STARTLING REDUCTIONS pre-
vailing, forms a combination that is proving irresistibly attractive to all dis-
cerning: buyers. *^|BHPB
66 MISSES' JACKETS, in plain, striped and checked cloaking, in loose and tight fitting
fronts, made iv the latest styles, reduced from $5 to 82.50 each.
54 MISSES' JACKETS, in fine quality of plain and striped material, close and loose fit-
ting fronts, latest spring styles, reduced from $5 and SO to $3.50 each.
48 MISSES' JACKETS, in checked and plain cloaking, in close and loose fitting fronts,
in all the new shapes, reduced from £7 50 to £5 each.
H At $7.50.
35 MISSES' JACKETS, of extra fine quality of French cloaking, in all the new styles, loose
and tight fitting, also some with vest fronts, and trimmed on shoulders with handsome
ornaments. These are all the latest novelties, reduced from $10.50 and £12.60 to
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S LONG CLOAKS.
At $2.50 to $4.50.
; MISSES' LONG CLOAKS, of fine quality of plain, striped and checked cloakings, made
in the latest styles, in all sizes, from 4 to 16 years, reduced from 85, $6 ana 87 to 82.50,
83.50 and $4.50 each.
At $7 50 to $15 00.
MISSES' LONG CLOAKS, of extra fine French cloaking, with Bishop sleeves, long
cuffs, puffed shoulders, in plain, checked and striped, handsomely embroidered, etc.
! These are all the finest imported novelties, worth from $17 50 to $30; will be offered
at just one-half their value, namely, $7 50, $10, 812 50 and $15 each.
LADIES' CASHMERE JERSEYS, trimmed handsomely with tailor braid, in navy blue,
garnet, seal brown and black, regular value £1, reduced to SOc each.
LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE JERSEYS, handsome tucked yokes, box-plaited back,
good value for Sl 25, will be offered at 75c each.
At $1 50. BS
LADIES' IMPORTED CASHMERE JERSEYS, extra long-walsted, trimmed elegantly
with beads, in mahogany, Leige, seal biown, navy blue, cream and tan, regular price
: $3 50, reduced to Sl 50 each.
At $2 00.
LADIES' IMPORTED CASHMERE JERSEYS, some trimmed handsomely with sou-
tache and tailor braid, others with pleated fronts, feathered stitched; also others
trimmed elegantly with Persian trimming, in all the different colors, and black; sold
regular for $4 50, reduced to 82 each.
At $2 50.
' LADIES' IMPORTED CASHMERE JERSEYS, elegantly trimmed in several styles
of trimming, in all the different colors, and black, regular £5, reduced to $2 50 each.
;At $3 00. S3
• LADIES' IMPORTED CASHMERE JERSEY'S, in all the different styles, in several
i colors, and black, sold regular lor $5, reduced to $3 each.
LADIES' TRAVELING DUSTERS.
' 62 LADIES' DUSTERS, made of fancy checks, striped and plain Mohair Alpaca, full
backs, bell sleeves, worth $7 50, will be offered at £3 each.
47 LADIES' NEWMARKETS and PEASANTS, made of fine quality Mohair Alpaca,
in striped and plain, all the newest designs, worth $10, reduced to $5 each. '..', X7i
the head has come to life. Not able to bear
the horrible sight, he throws the cloth again
over the head, seizes it, places it In its
original position on the shoulders of the
victim, kneads it to the body, and suddenly
the figure rises, head aDd all, and bows to
the audience— an orthodox clown. The
trick is a good one and takes with the audi
ence. The way in which it is done is ex
plained in the lower cut.
As soon as the clown lies on the box and
his head has been covered with the cloth,
he passes his head through an invisible
opening in the top of the box. An assist
ant inside of the box passes up the dummy
head, which is an exact fac-simile of the
clown's head and face. This is seized by
Harlequin, who makes such sport of it as
he sees fit. When lie places it by the sid9
of the trunk, in reality helpasses it through
an opening in the top of the box to the as-
sistaut within, who substitutes his own
head, which is painted to match the other
two, in place of it The other steps in the
performance readily follow. The cloth,
which the harlequin always carries, con
ceals all the sleight-of-hand, and the whole
performance is a series of surprises.
Another performance of a somewhat
similar character was recently performed
at a theater in this city, which a clown
throws himself on a sofa and is tent in two
by a harlequin. One part of the sofa, with
the body, remains in oue part of the stage,
HOW THE TRICK IB BOSK
while the other part, with the legs and
feet (which aro all the time • vigorously
kicking), disappears through a wing at tbe
other end of the stage. The action is very
sudden and the effect startling. -. Of course,
in this case there are two men - similarly
dressed. The head and body of ' one of
them appears at the head of the sofa, while '
the body of | the second clown . is , concealed
in the box under the seat at. the other end
of the sofa, the feet and . legs alone . being
I . mi l
and one of the puolic weighers named John
Connors, gallantly jumped into the slip and
rescued the boy who was nearly drowned.
After the boy had been resuscitated, be waa
aeut to his home. -.-* ■-. -■■*.----■•_:■.._■ --
More help wanted ml, in THE CALL
than lv all th* other papera combined.
flTTlT'*sKi¥f"^Hi-HnM>"""reßrrtflirt wit s' i__*it'iyii wnuiftam i_FMrli
PAGES 3 to 6.
ALONG THE RAIL.
What Says Huntington Regard-
ing the Coast Railroad!
On Saturday next will expire the time
given Mr. Iluntington and his associates to
decide whether they will accept the plans
proposed for the construction of a coast
line between Ellwood, in Santa Barbara"
County, and Santa Margarita, in San
Luis Obispo County, a distance of about
120 miles. If a favorable answer is not re
ceived before the above-mentioned date Ell
wood Cooper is authorized to reconvene
the convention for further action In the
If the terms are accepted the Southern
Pacific Company will receive £315,000 in
three annual payments, aud property for
right of way valued at 5100,000. The San
Francisco County delegates to the conven
tion are all confident that the proposition
will meet with the favor of Mr. Ilunting
ton and that work on the road will he com
menced within one month.
One of them said yesterday that he did not
perceive what excuse the Southern Pacific
Company could have for refusing to build
the road niter the offer extended by the
recent convention at San Jose. If it does
not make money on the venture it can lose
nothing, for by the terms of the contract
the company Is insured agaiust any possi
ble loss, and 5415,000 seems to ordinary
mortals quite a substantial inducement con
sidering that the road to be built is only 130
miles long, extending through a country
that is rapidly filling up with settlers and
capable of wonderful development.
ifigb officials of the Southern Pacific
Compauy are equally confident that . the
scheme will not meet Mr. Huntington's ap
proval. Before the plans were submitted
to him they were considered by three of
the officers of the company, whose opin
ions have in the past always bad great
weight with the President of the road.
They objected to this arrangement, and
their objections, duly engraved en parch
ment, traveled to New York in the same
envelope, which contained the magnificent
offer of tbe San Jose convention.
The steamer China, which arrived yester
day, brought three car-loads of silk, which
left last evening by passenger train for the
East, and alto ToO tons cf tea, which will
be shipped East by special trains at once.
--VY. A. BlaseL General Agent of- the At
lantic and i'acifie. arrived yesterday from
The fourth cxpeditive fruit special left
F. \\. Lee of the Cnion Pacific left yester
day for Portland.
EYE STONES NEEDLESS.
A Simple Method lint Is [Effectual for
iMalodglnff Specks From the Ere.; '
§iX a pleasant day of last week a re-
I porter was standing on Broadway,
S in the neighborhood of the big ury-
EuuJs : stores, with . a well-known oculist.
The man to whom the mystery of sight la.
an opeu book aud -the handling of tbe
delicate optic nerves a matter of every-day.
occurrence gazed with pleasure at the
scene. Perhaps he appreciated the fact
that but for his profession many mortals
would not be able to enjoy it. :
The curious gaze of the reporter and the
business eye of the doctor discovered at
about the same instant a sympathetic move
ment on the part of two ladies on the op
posite side of tbe street. Oue of them had
evidently got a cinder or something else in
her eye. Auother lady was trying with the
aid of a handkerchief to extract the exas
perating mute, but with no great success.
The oculist watched the scene for a moment
and then philosophized thusly : "There are
two ladies, ' intelligent 'looking,' and evi
dently informed on a variety of subjects,
yet they are ignorant on as simple a matter
as the removal of a foreign particle from
the eye. "H'liw \l IM'ajl'l.' a'waMlMHtaty
"The simplest and quickest way to dis
lodge anything that has become fixed in
the eye is to catch up the . eyelid by the
skin aud pull it away from the eyeball gen
tly and repeatedly. I have often tried the
remedy myself and have never known it to
fail. It instantly, relieves the sensitive
member from pain I aud shifts the particle
so that it can be easily dislodged. I learned
the method myself from a railroad brake
man. . His class are especially, liable to an
noyance i from flying cinders, aud nearly
all of them use the treatment I _ have de
scribed."— ' :■■"■■ ■:■_ "*- *- •■■"■'-■,• ;
Enjoying Himself at Newport
X ; Commissioner Ward McAllister Jr. is at
Newport, K.T.; and it is not known when
he will come back. ' There are 300 Chinese
habeas corpus cases awaiting - a hearing
upon his return.