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QUAIL AND SNIPE.
Localities Where Hunters Can
Find Good Sport.
i" «f y r.nd His Stanley Hat— Proposed Division
of the State for the Protection of
Game and Fish.
The weather continuing fine for shooting,
local sportsmen are having good sport on
quail and snipe. Sunday being the only
day thai the majority of hunters can afford
to leave business for recreation and pleasure,
tho txodus from this city on Saturday
evenings and Sunday mornings is conse
The season thus far has been a good one,
that is so far as quail aud snipo are con
cerned. Of course it is rather early yet for
the qnaclcers to lnt in an appearance at
their accustomed haunts. Alter the first
gocd rain-storm rubber boots will replace
the hunting shoes, which are used for hill
Among those who favor duck shooting as
the most enjoyable of field or marsh sport?,
small parties have clubbed together this year
and have erected several shanties on the
Sonoma marshes. These are neatly fur
nisned with bunks aud such other accoino
dations as hunters require, who fear not the
blasts and storms of a winter's outing on
the mud flats.
Messrs. Drinkhouse, Al Hall, McOnvorn
and Cooprr bad some splsndid snipe snoot
ing near Mallard Station last Sunday. The
following are- the results of the bags:
Drinkhouse 12 snipe and and a few ducks,
Hall 13 «nipe, McGovern 11.', Cooper 16.
Among the ba.u- scored by the latter sports
men w.re some "cans" ai.vi mallards.
,The new tille range at !jan Rafael will be
opened by the Scbentzen Club with a high
juiks about the middle of November, and al
.'■. no special shoots will be held some
valuabio prizes will be given to marksmen
who make good scores in practice shoots.
Charles Cate bagged nineteen English
snipe last Saturday, and on the following
day increased liis b»g by grassing thirty-one
lir'is. Tbis excellent shooting was dove,
\\ ithin a few miles of Niles Station.
Dave Go hm bad a nice shoot lastSonday
in the canyon nortli ot Haywards. Although
were pretty well scattered and wild,
he secured a bag of twenty.
THKT TRAMPED THE 1111.1.5.
Charles and Edward Ladd tramped the
li : 1"^ west of Ignacin list Sunday, but met
with very indifferent luck. They found a
couple of bevies of quail in heavy uuder-
Rrowth, and although they worked like
beavers to bring them out from their strong
hold thpy finally hail to srive up the job in
disgust, and return for tlie early train to tho
Messrs. Stackpool, Golcher, Spencer and
Lang made the bills east of the Mission
San Jose refound with the constant reports
nf their fowling pieces last .Saturday and
Sunday. They report having had "grand
sport, end returned with the magnificent
bag of 82 quail?.
Henry Qulating and M. C. Campbell pros
pected the marshes of Corte Madera last
Sunday for duck?. They report having seen
quits a number of birds in the early morn
ing feeding along the shore. Out of flocks
which hovered around they secured ten.
■WHERE GRILt-E CAN BE CAUGHT.
A; Wilson and three other disciDlts of old
Walton sat as patiently as clams nt Irish
tide on the bank of a slough in the Nbvato
marshes hist Sunday watching their lines,
which were baited for grilse. 'Wilson is an
Inveterate angler and would not hesitate a
moment to remain up all night if be thought
his patience would be rewarded by the cap
ture of a salmon or a good sized grilse. The
part; had pretty good luck and basketed
thirty-six youug salmon, some of. which
scaled three pounds.
The Fish Commissioners did not meet last
month and people who, are in a position to
know something about the doings of the
gentlemen who are supposed to look after
the fish and game interests of the State say
that a meeting will not be held this month
either. It is only too plainly evident that
the Commissioners have no desire to in
vestigate the charges preferred by Mr.
Ttinstead against Fred Calluudan.
Italian fishermen who comply with the
law are very indignant because Chinese
fishermen are allowed to fish in San Pablo
B.iy with nets through the meshes of which
■an eel could scarcely wriggle. The Deputy
Fish Commissioners are supposed to arrest
any fishermen found dragging nets the
meshes of which donotcoinply with the law.
Politics now occupy the time and attention
of the deputies, and as a result the Chinese
fish as they please.
CASEY AM. HIS STANLEY HAT.
. Thomas Casey, the jocular sportsman,
mad* a cold sneak last Sunday moruinc on
a flock of quail, not many miles irorn Igua
cio Station, in Matin County. The hunter
was minus a dog — the animal he prized hav
ing succumbed one cold night last winter
from flight occasioned by strange noises
from the chamber in which his master was
"quietly" reposing— to procure a lias
be was compelled to do the flush act himself
by gently lifting the tufts of grass under the
chimps of brushwood with his number tens.
The birds were tame, and when the flock
was disturbed from its morning nap the
quail, simple things, chattered to them
selves and made a circle around the hunter,
the old roosters, in the meantime, keeping a
close eye on the African sun stopper winch
Casey had hung on his scalp, per orders of
the Sutherland sisters. The hunter, un
necessary to state, was as much surprised at
tne peculiar actions of the birds as the
hitter were when they first gazed upon the
peculiarly dressed individual who might
have passed for an African explorer iv any
of the bucolic districts of this State.
After having bad a thorough inspection of
the famous story-teller the flock scattered,
anticipating that further delay might be
dangerous, and then Casey got in his deadly
work. Bang] bang! sounded the right and
left barracks, and down went pairs of fat,
succulent birds, like McGinty's new suit, to
the bottom of the gulch. Casey retrieved
splendidly, and after having exploded fifty
cartridges he counted twenty-three quails,
which accomplishment was first class, con
sidering that the shooting occupied only one
and a half hours.
FISH INSPECTORS AND GAME wardens.
At the annual meeting of State Sports
men's Association, held at Sacramento a few
d;>ys ago, the President, Austin 15. .Sperry
of Stockton, explained the draft of a bill to
be presented to the Legislature for the or
ganization of a system of game wardens, fish
- inspectors and forest guardians. The bill
divides the State into districts »nd provides
for i in' appointment of suitable men in each
: of the districts to carry out the objects of the
proposed bill. These officials are to be
allowed $800 per year for traveling expenses
and a salary of $2000 per annum. Mr.
Sperry's bill met the hearty indorsement of
the association. ' /
It was decided hereafter that at all shoots
for the trophy every te^m should Day an en
trance fee of 5100. • It was also resolved that
all prizes and medals shot for at the annual
tournaments hereafter should be competed
for under such regulations as may be made
by the association.
The association then elected the following
officers for the ensuing term: President,
Austin W. Sperry of Stockton; Vice-Presi- .
dent, F. B. Norton of San Francisco; Sec
retary, Sheldon I. Kellogg ol San Francisco ;
Treasurer, Dr. is. K. Know led of Sau Fran
cisco; Directors — A. \V. ttrußer of Klver
slde, J. M. Morrison of Sacramento, 11. A.
I'assfnrd of Vacaville, jF. K. Coykendal of
San Jose, C. M. Osborn of San Francisco.
The annual meeting was fixed to ba held in
San Francifco, beginning on the first Wednes
day in September next."
■ The Directors of the Sportsmen's Pro
tective Association met Tuesday evening and
■I pointed K. C. Iliseen, C. .Mellish and Dr.
J. W. Loake to fill the places of Messrs.
Campbell, Kennedy ana Itoupe, who re
signed from the directorate. The club has
received bids for transportation from the
owners of stern-wheeled steamers to Sul
sud and return, which will be acted upon
next Friday evening, when the Directors
will again convene.
,"•■• GUABDIXG DOGS IN COUKSISG.-
The following letter from a Sacramento
sportsman is self-explanatory, and speaks
to the point:
Sacramento, Oct. 10, 1890.
Sporting Editor Call— Sin: There are many
cf us up here who are taking seme interest
in the big coursing match ■ that is to be held
ut Merced next month; but in connection with
it we would like to draw your attention to the
unsportsman and fraudulent methods that
pome of the coursing men have adopted
lately, viz. : 1 mean guarding dog* through a
Make, .■aid dogs not being tluir Dona-iMe
property. I need not, I presume, point out
to you, sir, the "crookedness," if you will
aliow me to make use of such an expression,
of such work. I write to you on this sub
ject, for wo have heard rumors that some
of ilia city men are going to follow this
practice in their entries for the big meet at
Aierced. 1 trust that The Call will do Its
utmost to show ud any infringement of
coursing rules, no matter from what quarter,
it may spiing, and that we will nil haw
••fair play and no favor." I notice that
, "Ciasehouud" in a local .-porting per. last
week has given these people a sharp rap
over the knuckles on this subject. - •
Owing to the political excitement several
lueiubei.'i of the California' Kennel Club
tailed to inert at the club's headqiT»tterS last
evening, and the Secretary annoiine! 'hat
the next meeting would be held on Novem
City Property at Auction by
O'Farrell & Lang— Notes.
A catalogue of miscellaneous city property
will bo offered on Monday next by O'Farrell
& Lang at their .auction - room, 11 Mont
gomery street, comprising the following
choice residences and lots, viz.: The north
east corner* of Slitter and Leaven worth
street!*, lot 24:3x08:9 with two-story resi
dence of nine rooms and bath ; Nos. 1628
and 1628 Sutler street, lot 68:9x120, with twj
largo residences each of 14 rooms and bath.
The houses are fitted up with every modern
convenience, and as an investment it is
sufficient to note that they rent for $125 per
month each; a choice residence lot '27 :ti.\luo
situated on Jackson street near Broderick;
the southwest corner of Page and Cole
streets, lot 31:3x100, with magnificent resi
dence subdivided as follows: salon parlor,
dining-room, laundry, servants' room, tour
sunny and commodious chamber?, bath
room, liiili-finislied basement, billiard-room
nud other modern conveniences (this
valuable property has never been occupied
and is considered one of the most desirable
homes in the city. It is convenient to the
cable-cars pnd should receive ihe attention
of those who are in search of a perfect
home) ; No. 3028 Washington street, lot 25x
127:8%, with new two-story modern house of
double parlors, dining-room, kitchen, four
sunny bed-rooms, bath-room, laundry, etc ;
No. 607 Lilt street, lot 27x68:9 with, eolt.ige
of four rooms and bath (the foundation of
the building is oi)brick; AsbDury Heights
residence lots, viz.: corner of Ashhury
and Waller street*. lot 35x106:3,
and tv o lots on Ashbury street, each 35x
luo':3 (the street m trout of these lots is
paved with bituminous rock and lias been
accepted by tie city; they are convenient
to trie llaUht-street cable line and situated
in a very desirable locality); three lots 25x80
each en Tremont avenue, near Frederick
street (street is macadamized and cement
sidewalk laid; a franchise has been granted
for the extension of a cable system by Fred
erick street which will pass the property);
six lots in the Mission on Twenty-sixth street
near the Castro cable system, each 25x114
(the street work has b:eu completed and the
property is ready for building); a hum; in
the Mission, 10 Lapidge street, between
Guerrero and Valencia; two stories contain
ing six rooms and bath, having brick foun
dation and modern conveniences (the lot
is 25x80, and is considered to be a superior
location lor a home).
As this is a very important sale it is de
sired tiiat an examination of the various of
ferings be niiido by int. tiding purchasers be
fore Monday next at 12 o'clock noon, when
it is proposed to sell them to the highest bid
der without reserve.
Sliainwald, Buckbee & Co. have disposed
of lot 34:4^x127:8 on the north line of Cl .y
street between Laguna aud Buchanan, for
£7500. Mr. T. Bine was the seller and .N. K.
Musten was the purchaser. It is the owner's
intention to erect a house on the land at an
estimated cost of $10,0110. A somewhat
curious incident is related concerning this
piece of property which illustrates the large
increase which has taken place this last tew
years. Mr. Hasten was lormerly the owner
of one-half the block in which this lot is
situated which he sold tor 515.0C0 and he
now comes forward and buys a fractional
part of it for one-half that sum. The entire
block is now valued at $200,000.
They also disposed it 10^:7:6x132:7 on
Sacramento street, near B.tkePior >.". Htm
ter. The purchaser .whose name is not male
public, is the ow ner of considerable stock In
a local buJldi' g and loan association. lie
has borrowed the consideration for the above
on the realty and stock security which shows
his laith in the laud as an investment.
0. D. Baldwin, Joust & Merteas have dis
posed of 1713 Buchanan street, being a
house and lot 22:6x87:6 ou the west side ol
said street, lid leet from butter, for 96000.
lie Says tlie Monej^Wn to Be Used in
tlu< Police Court.
The trial of John F. Burns on the charge
of embezzlement was continued before
Judge Murphy and July yesterday. Ail day
long Burns' wife and little daughter sat be
side him while he conducted his own de
Dr. Woolsey of the Oakland Hospital,
where the money advanced by Uogreve was
to have keen deposited, testified thai he
uevtr received the SSOO.
Mr. Wra7, a street contractor, testified
that he made numerous attempts to obtain
the money Iron: liurris that Hogteye ad
vanced, or else a certificate of deposit, but
Burns always made some excuse or other,
and it was finally discovered that he had
never given it to Dr. WToolaey at all. He
then pretended that hi: bad i- at lume, but
alway- forgot to bring it with him.
During the afternoon Harris made the
first definite announcement of his proposed
defense. . He whs interrogating witnesses
in an apparently random and purposeless
way, when the Judge stopped him and de
clared that no more such examination
should be all ■>. until the Court under
stood what it was all about.
The accused attorney then explained that
his defense is based on the ground that the
missing $;<o was us d in defending the
rjt.;;: 1 of the company arrested last Hay
for maintaining a lottery, lie claimed that
the money was paid into the, treasury fur
that purpose, and that it was so understood
>"ur:h l>Hkotit'§ I'opuln! l(in la Seeking
II ii;'— Klneirliere.
The following self-explanatory letter has
been sent out by the Board of Trade. It
augurs well lor Ca ifornia immigration from
California State Board or Trade, )
San 1 lIAMISCII. Ocl. 15, 1890. i
The next meeting 1 1 [be Bute Board of Trade
will be Leld on Tuesday, October 21, IS'JO.
Reliable information has bieu leieived that a
very large proportion of the population recently
acquired by Noitli Dakota will leave Uial coun
try, owing to the mm.ci ul discouragement of agrl
A very large number of people from North
Dakota are already s-ekiui; homes Id the NuUli
we.-r, and (lie question of sending a commission,
composed of persons familiar with the resouices
of California, to travel with ineexblbitlou known
as "California on Wheels" tiirousb Soutn Da
kota, will I c considered by lite board.
The establishment lit a new tariff schedule by
the United stales will exert a Barked Influence
upon many of its industries aud a proposition
to appoint a conunlssiou to Inquire into the effect »
of ilie bill upon the Industries of California will
be presented. Oilier questions relating to the
pic-cut Industrial coudlliou of California, will bo
Iv view of the Importance of the matters to
come before the board, the proceedings of the
mealing promise to be of unusual Intercut, and a
veiy full attendance Is most j csieci fully re
quested. John Q. Bbowx, General Manager.
Postmaster Backus lias also asked the
iv ard of Trade aud several other representa
tive bodies to form committees to aid him iv
his efforts to perfect the postal >ystem iv
this city, and the matter will come up ai the
11. Wa» Ih^ Th.ef.
The detectives yesterday charged Daniel
Lawler, whom they bad locked ud in the
City Prison "tanks" fur several days on sus
picion, wltli having snatched Mrs. John
Nightingale's pone, containing i^o so, on
the SCitli in»L, while she was waiting for a
Haight-street car. The lady was surpri-ed
to see Law ler drive up in a buggy and alight
opposite to where she stood. He then
snatched the pone and drove au ay with
the money. Lawler is an old thief, and has
served a term of imprisonment iv tho
House of Correction.
Kfivcd From Drowning*
M. J. Fitzgerald, tlie marine reporter for
the Merchants' Exchange, added on Tuesday
afternoon another to his long list of rescues
from the bay. A boy fell off Meigcs' Wharf,
aad would have drowned but lor the prompt
assistance of Fitzseruid, who almost lost his
own life in the effort. Both were saved by
means of ropes thrown from the wharf. The
name of tli« boy saved is Louis Kiau/., and
he lives on I! .y - tr. ft.
A Trio nf r. .hi.. Examined.
The Bank of Templeton was examined by
Bank Commissioner Knight last Saturday
and found to have 138,002 43 resources and
liabilities. Commissioner Geobenliiii; exam
ined tin? condlti v of the Bank of Sonoma at
i'etalunia on Monday auJ found resources
and liabilities >.",! 1...M 991 The Wilii <in Hill
Company at t he same place showed 5372,
--487 7"> rcsouces and liabilities.
AnKwiT to Dr. Tolnnd'** Suit.
H. P. L'nierick yesterday liled an answer
to the suit instituted against him by Dr. C.
F. Toland to recover $l(XiO for medical ser
vices and money loaned. 'His answer ad
mits that Dr. Toland perforated services
worth £3uO and no more, and d.-ni.;3 the alle
gations about the c.nsli. Mr. Emeiick says
I)r. Tolaod is not the real person interested
and asks that tlie suit be dismissed.
Mr«. ll. lilt II .\urii.i.il IXn»CM.
The suit of Airs. Mary : Ilartiuau against .
Fred C. Siebe and others was coucluded In
Judge ' Kearden's : court ■ yesterday. The
plaintiff demanded $1000 fur injuries to her
property by changing a grocery-store Into a
saloon. The jury cave her a verdict for 8300
damages.. • : >
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
CONDITION OF TRADE.
A Good Movement in Most Lines
Farther Increase in Bank Clearings — Mort
gages Being Released — Coal, Wool,
Hay and Coffee Higher.
Trade is good. Some lines are quiet, but
the majority are active. Fluctuations in
merchandise continue frequent, as mer
chants ana manufacturers are adapting
prices to the new tariff. Xiue-tentbs of such
fluctuations are upward.
Money continues iv good demand at steady
rates. The savings banks report an unusual
number of mortgage releases as the brilliant
fruit year has enabled many orchardists to
wipe out their debts.
Silver has been unsettled at SI 10 to -SI 11
per ouuee as the ruling quotations for the
• The bank clearings last week were
$18,393,573 against 816,688,771 for the same
week in 18S9. The continued gain in these
hank clearings is highly gratifying, as it
shows an increase of trade over last year.
Tin: CKBKAX, MARKET.
Wheat is about tiie. quietest article dealt
in now, as far as the San Francisco market
is concerned. The market is not particu
larly weak, but the exporters are amply
stocked for all current needs.
Barley is steady at the high prices noted
Oats are stiff at a further advance and the
market is closely held.
Corn Is dull as receipts of late have been
heavy, hut in view of ill* firmness in other
millstuffs holders are not disposed to accept
Rye is dull and tending downward.
bran and middlings have been marked up
during the week.
Grain hags are nominnl as the season is
GENERAL COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Wool is in very brisk demand and firm
at a further advance, and the trade reports
a general feeling of buoyancy ail along the
line owing to the new tariff.
Hops have recovered tone since last re
view and are now strong at 271-2 to 30 cents
per pound, in sympathy with advancing
English and German markets. Holders are
no longer pressing the market, but have
changed front with the recovery, and are
now indifferhnt about selling.
Hay is Ftitf at a radical advance. Choice
wheat hoy is now bringing SIS 50 per ton,
and even common hay sells at $10 to ?14 per
ton, without difficulty. Receipts nave lien
moderate for sown time. Straw is scarce
and has advanced 50 per cent.
He. ms are so unsettled that no dealer
knows what the morrow's market will be..
Some kinds are strong and others weak.
Whites are now more freely offered. ,
Potatoes have been steadily but slowly
hardening for som> little time, but at the
close are quieter, on ing to heavier arrivals.
There is a gooJ inquiry for sound reds, as
many dealers beli-*yis that prices will be
high this inter, owing to the failure of the
Onions are in small receipt and consider
Butter is in moderate stock and steady.
Pickled 101 lis very linn under «n active de
in i i.d. Cheese is steady at good prices.
The eg;: market is particularly bare.
Choice California eggs are stiff at 42)4 cents
ti>47!4 cents, and sales at 50 rents are re
potted. Eastern eggs are now up to 25
cents ;oo2!4 cents.
Dried fruit shows a number of changes.
Apples are quiet and easy. Peaches are
dull, as the Eastern consumers would not
buy them at the recent high prices. Pitted
plums are in fair demand, but holders have
nad to concede % cent per pound. Apricots
are firm, with a scantily supplied market, as
most of the crop has been seat east. Grapes
are steady at the advance. Prunes are
lower, as the French prunes are underselling
them in the Eastern markets. Prunes from
France are being laid down as far west a-.
Si. Louis at '.", cents ana California prunes
have had to c me down. They are still com
paratively high, however. The nut market
also exhibits seme variations. Peanuts are
lower utidi-r larger offerings. Filberts are
scarce anil higoer. Almonds and walnuts
are. strong at the good prices, ana the latter
are In light suck.
Raisins are rather quiet, though recent
telegrams from >u\v York have reported a
scarcity of California raisins there. The
damage ot the early rain is now set down
as nil as to quantity and less than 10 per
cent as to quality. The output will be very
large, some growers and dealers expecting
1,250,000 boxes, though thi-ir expectations
may nut be realized.
Hogs and beef are a shade firmer, but
■peaking generally the meat market is well
supplied and easy.
Posts and tanbark have been advanced.
GROCEEIES AND PROVISIONS.
Sugar has continued unsettled and the re
fineries have been marking prices up or down
every few days. Tho general tendency is
downward, however. The demand is slack.
Coffee is reported in active demand at ad
vanced prices. Rice is still unsettled. Im
porters of Chinese descriptions are conced
ing 10 cents per en t owing to the tariff reduc
tion, hut this is done unwillingly, as present
sto-ks com* in under the old duty and
freight* for delivery are higher.
l he provision market it fairly active, and
beyond a lower tendency in hams shows no
change. Bacon continues linn.
Gaudies have gene down In sympathy with
sugar. French sardines have been marked
Canned salmon Is still firm, but the de
mand is hardly as sharp as it has been.
Canned fruits are now in very brisk de
mand, as the packing season is drawing to n
close and buyers realize that every can will
be needed this year provided prices are not
run up to a point that .-.huts oil' consumption.
Peaches and apricots have made another
marked advance, hut the other varieties are
As per manufacturer's arrangement, sev
eral descriptions of oil nave gone up during
the week. All the leading brands of petrol
eum have advanced. Under au agreement
between merchants and manufacturers lard,
linseed, castor and polar oil have been
marked up. Naphtha is «Iso higher. White
lead is (inn at tho advance.
All the leading brands of imported bluing
have been marked up to cover the advance
in tho import duty.
Salsoda has advanced to SI 40 to $1 50 per
Leading brands of white castile soap have
been marked up.
Trade in tobacco Is reported fair.
The activity in dry goods continues, and is
ascribed tD the brilliant fruit and farming
season. The value of the Imports of dry
(?■ ods at New York lor September was 812,
--758,700, against 810,207,100 for the same
month last year. The value of the goods
thrown on the market last month was
(304,700 in excess of the value imported.
The imports at New York during the first
nine months of the year amounted to SllO.
--845,000, against $103,813 during the corre
sponding period iv lk&'J, and $100,579,000 in
Coal continues stiff at advancing prices.
The week's arrivals were 19,650 tons coast
and 2311 tons British. A circular to the
The liberal shipments of he past two weeks
from our northern mines have generally supplied
most of our needy Consumers, yet there am to
day a number oi taciorle* In the market for coal
at »uch price* that their managers are seriously
cou«lderliiK the propriety of closing down fur a
tew months. Fuel In a (real many nianul .ictures
cms finite a larg- figure; when It reaches a cer
tain price it can no limurr bo utilized at a proht.
What makes : he situation so serious 1« that It Is
a question when aud from what sources relief
may be looked for. The sti Ike in Australia con
tinues; It takes about five months to Ret coal
from Great Britain, and freight* from that sec
lion preclude our getting any low-priced coal.
The demand locally, and for San Pedro and Kan
l>j co. will employ all our coast tonnage., and
will require considerably more to move our out
put on the Coast. The Wellington Company Is
using every endeavor to Inciease Its output to
meet our winter consumption, but finds great
difficulty la securing; miners. . »> . ■
MASONS IN COUNCIL.
Second Day's Station or the Grind Lodge
of California, |
The Grand • Lodge resumed Its labors at
Masonic Temple yesterday, and consumed
the mot ning hours in considering the I report
of the - Grievance Committee relating to
appeals from . subordinate, lodges examined
during the year.
In the afternoon a constitutional amend-;
ment was adopted reducing the. monthly
dues In subordinate lodges from 81 to; 75
cents. ■ / :..:.■■"■ ' ' - : ■ ■■.
The Committee on Returns made its re
port, which was received and placed on rile.
Grand Orator Rev. Dr. Jacob Voorsanger
made an nbl« address, remarkable alike for
its purity of diction and depth of thought.'
His remarks went to inculcate the idea that
God is the great central figure of Masonry.
The report of the Committee on Masonic
Orphan Asylum was submitted, and the- con- i
sideration was made the special order for '2,
o'clock this afternoon.
A Floating Kocly.
P. J. Haley of SC Morse street discovered
the body of a man floating in the bay at the
end of Fulsotn street yesterday morning. The
body was m badly decomposed that the fea
tures . were unrecognizable. • Apparently it
had been in ttie water lor weeks. It is now
at the Morgue awaiting identification. In a
rocket was found a < arJ of a Fourth-sir^t
taloon, upon the back of which was written
"T. W. Mory, Fo;i nh and Mnrket streets."
Deceased wore spectacles". His clothes con
sisted of a suit of blue outer garments, gait
ers and a white shirt.
Third Annual Reception of Young
Ladies' Institute No. 2.
The union meeting of District 2, I. 0. 0.
F., oi this city, held last evening, was well
attended and ouite an enjoyable affair.
Mission Lodge, No. 10 I J, F. and A. M.. at
its called meeting last evening had a
Morse Lodge, No. 257, I. O. 0. F., bad
work in the initiating at its regular meeting
All arrangements are complete fot the
third annual reception of Young Ladies'
Institute No. 2, which takes place at Odd
Fellows' Hail next Tuesday evening. A
handsome, unique programme will be dis
tributed as a souvenir Iv the course of the
Oriental Kebrkah Degree Lodge, Xo. 90,
I. O. 0. F., had a well-attended entertain
ment and meeting last evening.
A Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W., of Montana,
Is to be Instituted at Helena In December
Templar Lodge, No. 17. I. O. O. F-, had a
largo attendance of members and visitors at
iis icgulai meeting last evening.
Illinois tias three temples of the order of
the Pytnian Sisters.
The twenty-second anniversary of the in
stitution of the A. O. U. \V. OCCUrS On Mon
day, the 27th inst.
At the meeting of Golden West Assembly,
No. -44, Society of Royal Good Fellows, held
last Friday svening, ten candidates were in
itiatt d. The assembly is making rapid
progress, both in membership and finances.
-Next Friday evening Dr. Griswold, I!., and
1. !■: i'Wh-Li ne, T., will deliver original
Terba Buena l'arior, No. 84, N. S. G. W..
will give ii lull dress ball at Odd Fellows'
Hall ou Thursday evening, November 6Ul
A Lire Srulencn in In Hprct for ft Young
The pernicious effect of the light literature
of the day is no belter Illustrnt-d than by a
case which came up yesterday before United
States Commissioner Sawyer.
Just a week ago yesterday a yrung man.
who gave the name of G. W. CummingS ;
when arrested, but has since stated that it is
an alias, left this city to make his mark In
the world as a highway lobber. He took
with him a $7 SO revolver as a moral 'suader
and a £4 SO gold compass charm attached to
the watch-chain to guide him, as he said.
through the forests. He also took a two-bit
From this city he went direct by rail to
Dklah mid put up at a hotel. The next day
lie went out on a recouiniitciing tour and
walked six or seven miles out toward Wll
lett?, but returned on the same ulternoon
with plans fully formed to hold up tin* next
da>'s r>tat:e at "Rubbers Ridge. On Fri
day he told the hotel-keel that he would
return in the evening and bespoke a pluce
iv the nft-riioon stage. He did not return,
and the morning stage haying beer, reported
robbed. his connection with it was immedi
Lew Mi-Daniels, the driver of the stage,
said that at ".Robbers Kidge," about six
miles south of \\'i!lett«, a man wearing a
ma-k stepped from behind a tree and or
dered him to stop. This he did and threw
<tt two express-boxes and mail-pouches. The
robber began to open them in the roadway,
and, while off his guard, McDaniels shut at
him, but without effect. Hastily turning,
the rubber returned the compliment, which
frightened the horses and they went clatter
ing down the road, leaving the highwayman
and his booty in the middle of the road. .
As son as Cummin^s' connection with
the robbery was suspected he was pursued,
and alter a trip of sixty miles across the
country he as arrested on Monday by Sher
iff Staudieyol (Tkiab, at Clover.iale, just as
he was ah mi to leave for San Francisco.
He ccnfissed to the Sheriff haviiu held up
thes\i::e. "I got SIOW," he said. "from
one of the express boxes and £S0 in gold
from a n gisien d package 1 found In one of
ihe innil-po'iches." Deputy Sheriff T. J.
Weldnn brought the young desperado to the
city and handed him over to the United
States Marshal yesterday morning.
His room at £05 Mission street was searched
and ten shares ot Mexican mining stock, five
European Government houds and IJzht lit
erature, including the "Kreiitzer Souata,"
"The Twin Detectives," '.'The Danvcis
Jewels" and "The Clemencean Case," were
found. It is supposed from napers found on
him and in his room thai he is from Gait,
and that his name may be "Henry Kivers."
Commissioner Sawyer, b'foro whom he was
arraigned, placed his ball at £10,000, in de
fault of which lie was remanded to jail.
'1 his means that if the Grand Jury indicts
him and he la found guilty in accordance
with his confession to tin- arresting Slierilt
the young man will be sent up for life.
The law provides that persons robbing any
one in possession of United States mail and
at the same time placing life in jeopardy is
punishable by a lite sentence only. There
is no discretionary power with the Court.
Kx-Senatnr Fair >ued.
Samuel Laird has stii d Jami s G. Fair and
A. K. Davis fir 550,000 damages. He says
the defendants invited him to visit their
mines in Humbug District, Placet County,
and that when he compiled with their re
quest he was thrown lrcm a ear, owing to
defective machinery, and was so badly in
iurrdtbat hi^ life was despaired of. His
head was c. night between a car and a beam,
bis skull crushed, his right eye torn out ami
destroyed, his jaw broken in four places
and hU entire system shaken up in a pain
ful and dan serous manner. The sum asked
(or will, lie think?, about compensate him
for his sufferings.
Hire. Tlilivea Held.
Barney Fleti her, aßarbaty Coast lotimle^
was held for trial yesterday by a Police
Judge for robbing E. It. Thuiston, a marine
engineer, of $140 in a Broadway saloon ten
Gus IJart was also held fur trial for steal
ing a watch and chain from James Douglas
Harry l)u iJoise, aliai George T'lamoding,
was delained on a charge of buigiaiy for
stealing clothes from a residence in the
J.imefl < orley'g \\ i I C intent.
Sirs. Margaret Curley yesterday filed a
notice that she intends to contest the will of
her late husband, James Curley, who left
an estate of $r>(K)O, thn greater portion of
which was devised to his nephew and name
sake, .lames Curley. Mrs. Curley says the
execution of the will was seemed by undue
Ofticer C. B. Holhrook resigned from the
police force yesterday and entered upon his
duties as Secretary of the .Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Children." He was
succeeded by It. C. Gilcluist, formerly one
of the City Prison keepers.
Another < sir Arcldoni.
Florence W. Wenton has sued the Ferries
and Cliff House Hallway Company fnrfSS,
--000 on account of being thrown from one of
the company's cars liist July, at which time
she was ierlously injured.
OF COURSE IT
TO TESTIFY in behalf of any honest
proposition, and that is why all that
once try the GREAT SIERRA KIDNEY
AND LIVER CURE, join in praising
its excellent qualities and sending in
their testimonials ; for the • benefit ;of
those afflicted Tas' they were: before
using , this .' wonderful i medicine. i: Be
sure and get one bottle, which will con-
vince yourself. For Sale by all drug-
gists. Take no other,
Mcutufacturtn 0/ <Jr«a( Sltrra Kidnry and Liter din 1 '.
. Gentlemen :— lt gives me extreme pleasure
" to testify In behalf of your wonderful remedy,
j The Great Sierra j Kidney and Liver Cure.
I have given it a thorough trial, and It has not
Only cured me. but some of my best friends I
: can testify to Its meritorious qualities. • Please ■
• state that I can truthfully recommend to all
this best of all medicines :.' i.V
Very truly yours, • HARRY MEYERS,
■ ~ 1100 Market Street.
HBH A B IS* Jffl BUSINESS
pintgiHßlßPffyy 09 uCzlfc:C!r:tlar.
Book-keeping, JeemnauslLlp.SUurt-jiana Tyse-wlitla
! ' OIVEJ ENJOYS
Both the method, and results ■when
i Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
1 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
■ Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-
i tern effectually, dispels colds, head-
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro-
'• duced, pleasing to the taste and ac-
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
' its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and SI bottles by all leading drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro-
cure it promptly for any one who
■wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
[sc2 TnThSa tr '■
| SHbjL TEN POUNDS |
\rtm Iff TWOWEEKS '
Will I THINK OF IT!
As a Flesh Producer there can be !
no question but that ;;■ ; •
! Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hypophospliites ■
£ Of Lime and Soda t
is without a rival. Many have <
Grained a pound a day by tho use '
of it. It euros -. j •
SCROFULA. BRONCHITIS, COUGHS AND !
COLDS. AND ALL FORMS OF WASTING DIS- >
EASES. AS PALATABLE AS SULK, j
lie sure you get the genuine as there are I
poor imitations. i
OR BLOOD AND lIVZB SYRUP.
A. peerless remedy for Scrofula, White
Swellings, Cancer, Erysipelas, Gout,
Chronic Sores, Syphilis, Tumors, Car-
buncles, Salt Rheum, Malaria, Bilious
Complaints, and all diseases Indicat-
ing an Impure Condition of the Blood,
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, Bowels,
Skin, etc. This Grand Remedy is oom-
posed of vegetable extracts, chief of
which are SARSAPARILLA and ,
BTILLINGIA. The cures effected are
absolute. For sale by all Druggists
JOHN P. H2NE7 & CO., New York.
t»~Write for Illuminated Book.
<ies ■-■}■ cusp TuTu:tp ■
EXTRACT OF BEEF
Finest ami Cheapest M-»t Flavoring stuck forSoupi,
Made ■»;-::•■-! ami Saucus. As licet lea, "an lnvam-
abJe tonic and .i,rtfiiul« stimulant." Aiiuuitlaal«
b.UUO.UO J Jar*
Gennlnn onlr with fao-nl mil« of Justin
yon L.in)iii:'H signature in bluo acron label,
Sold by Store-kef pen, QrOOWI and Druggists.
MiSlllU'S KXTKAOI OK HBA.T CO., L'ul, London.
■■ se3t> TuSuly
YOU NEED NOT FEAR
that people will know your hair is dyed if
you use that perfect imitation of nature,
Tutt's Hair Dye
No one ran drtect It. It imparts a Rlonsy
color anil frrili lir« to the hair. KRtll.vap-
pliea..rrice, SI . Office, 89 I'ark I'lace, N. V.
aul4 14m ThSaTuAWy
3(P*k Years' experience m treating all forms o(
« < PRIVATE DISEASE IN MEN.
rrfll CcamJir.tion tt OSes or bj Utter,
c>iicrtddr«» EEGLISH DISPENSARY so ***i *■.*•*•
Don't t>« <:r-> . . i ibj ■!.:..■* or I'ateat Uedioioei.
i se!6 tf -t
THE DR. RICORD
OOn KKAKNY ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAT..
— — ■ ' Hours, 9 to 4, 7 to H. fur .ill Special Klnod
Diseases, Nervous Debility, Derects, Weakness, Im-
potence, (ileet, Stricture, ]'Hyinusl9, Ilydrocele,
Varlcocele, .Syphilis. Ulcers, Skin Kruptlons, Swell-
Ings, lllotches. Mild, sure antidotes; no mercury
or nauseous drugs. Cures guaranteed. Medicines,
• etc.. supplied; 1111 prescriptions to eel. Call (free) or
send for confidential circular, slßtt cod.tWy 3p
Naber, Alfs & Brune
niim.isM.i: liquor DEALERS,
; 323 AND 325 MARKET STREET,
■j&^So)£ AGENTS F^v'
fSOLE AGENTS FOR • -
U vMSSWIJ/* - lr.-v%"- f . ; "v- 0 JU 11 , , .
The purest and best Whiskey in the market
for Mediciual and Family use. : Sold by ; all
first-class dealers. Ask for it. %
■ . . ' ■ . noB cod tf . . r ■ ■'..-■'
ft**4* A Successful Kcmrdy far
If RSJ Congestion ! ■
SI /*.«»>« > I Jrc 6 tnat tho wor.l» "araina d»
»\ OUdodcUF S/* Santo dn Dr. Franck," «r«
- «\ in •* iirintotl in four colors on a blua
»JsJ: RANCIC - I" 011 - Oihem are counterfeits.
TKJ>^_\«^i,* •;■' ■ ru.Lerny,rMris. K. I <>u M r rn
**ft«ft* oV<o.. N. V.. anaallohemiat*
.-. leiaiyTn^ -,
None Genuine without our
1 . Horseshoe Trade Mark.
lIOLESILE AND RETAIL
NUI & MS
Have moved their wholesale depart-
ment to their Market-street store and
hereafter will Wholesale and Eetail in
the same building, having added
another store for our Wholesale Depart-
ment, Nos. 9 and 11 O'Farrell street,
adjoining our retail house. This will
be a great advantage to the general
public, where they can buy one pair as
cheaply as a case, at wholesale prices.
PATRONIZE WHITE LABOR
AND BUY YOUR SHOES FROM
NOLAN -ft SONS.
We Pay $600 a Day for White Labor.
If your shoemaker does not keep our
make of Shoes send your order, with
the money, direct, and will pay the ex-
P. F, Nolan & Sons,
812 and 814 Market St., S.F.
Factory— 63 to 73 Stevenson Street
1053 Kroadway Oakland, Cal.
'..'5B Main street .Stockton, Cal.
17-19 Kast Santa Clara Street San Jose, Cal.
ISI.H Mariposa Street Fresno. Cal.
6U3 J street Sacramento, Cat
HAT TIPS !
If you can buy Hats anywhere as
cheap as ours lay in a case or two on
s|>c(Mi!ali"ii. You'll make money on
them. v> use to particularize. Our
w!io!c stock is marked for API© SALE.
TO-MOKKOW WILL HE "DERBI
DAY" in our ll.it Department. Over
1500 Men's regular $2 25 and %'£ 50
Late-sty Ie Derby Hats hare been placed
on sale and must go at
Exclusive hatters would be glad to
buy 'em by the case — from the whole-
salers — this low figure, but we
bought them cheap and they MUST
WALTZ right upon the "high fore-
heads" of BARGAIN SEEKERS at the
iiiiiiiali-h low price of one dollar
and four bits.
M.J. FLAVIN & CO.,
- HEADQUARTERS JOR JEADWEAR,
924 to 928 Market Street.
AGENTS FOR THE WORLD-RE
NOWNED KNOX HATS.
■■'.-: ■ ■ ■ ocu 3t
INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION !
...OK THE, ...
Mechanics' Institute, 1890,
Open! Sept 18tli, Closet* Oct. 35th,
With a grand display of Inventions, Manufacture;
and Art. The Latest Novelties and Improvement*
In Electricity will be made a ■■:■•■ feature. Inclu I-
lug the celebrated Edison "Tower of Light." Tho
Music will coustst of a band of forty-two talented
musicians, supplemented by the best vocal talent
obtainable. Miss Matiiilde Lcnnon. a noted con-
tralto »luger from London, and late from Boston,
has been engaged, as also Miss I'earl Noble, the
accomplished young California Cornetlst. The Arc
Gallery, ■."■' feet lons and SO feet wide, will be (tiled
with rare and beautiful works by local and foreign'
artists. in oil and water-co or*. Photography will
be shown In t.'ie most attractive foria by profession-
als and amateurs. M-tchlnery of all kinds will bo
in operation, and many novelties exhibited for the
ADMISSION— DoubIe seison tickets, $5: single
season tickets, $:«: single adult tickets, SUC; cull-
dren. 25c: season tickets to members of the Insti-
tute, half rates. DAVID KEKK, President.
J. H. Culver, Superintendent. sell td
ri'HK PALACE HOTEL. OCCUPIES AS ENTIR3
1 block In the center of .via Francisco. It is ta.i
model hotel or tlie world. Fire and eartuquua
jrcuf. Hat nine elevators. Kvery room Is itr -x
light ami airy. The ventilation Is perfect. A Data
slid closet adjoin every room. All room* are eaty
« 1 access lrom broad, light corridors. I' :■• central
court, Illuminated by electric ltglit, Its l'nnidao
glass roof, broad balconies, carriage-way and tropl-
tal plants, are leatures ultuerto uuknown m Ameri-
can hotels. Uuests entertained on either trie A njr-
lean or European plan. The restaurant li the ilu h:
in theclty. becure rooms In advance by telegraph-
ing. xiii; r vi. .< i: lIIIT^U
iio7t* titui Ij'rauciano, Cal.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
THE COUP AN 6Ti.AMt:iiS WILL it£ i
FOR Ni:W YORK. VIA PANAMA.
Steamship "SAN .11 AN," Thursday. October at
Vi o'clock m., taking freight and passengers direst
for Acapulco. Cbamperico, San .!.>■.• do Uuatcmala,
Acajiitla, La Libertad, I.a Union, I'uut* Arenas and
l"i')K HONK KOXO via TOKOIIAUI, direct
I'OK HONG KONO via YOKOHAH V, direct
CITY OF PEKINO. Saturday, November Ist, at 1 m
111Y OK MO DE JANEIRO. Tuesday ;.. •
-■ \ovemuer 25th, at 1 fm
: CHINA (via Honolulu), Thursday, Dec 18th, at 1 pit
, Bound trip tickets to Xokouauu aul return r.
reduced rate.l. - ■ idxnOM^a^.- .■ ■
tor Irelgbtor passage apply A the omoe, coruv
'Irstand Braunan streets. ■- - -. ■-"-■'-'?..
liraucn Olnce— -■>- trout street. . ■■■ :■
. W. K. A. JOHNSON, Acting Oen'l Agent.
<lel6tf f OEUItUK IL KICK, l'r.irU3 Manager.
New York to Liverpool, .' via Qaeenntowri t
• rrom Tier 4<». North Kiver. -■;.--.
" ,-- FAST EAhHESS MAI. SERVICE. X' ..'
Bothnia, Oct. 22, 12 Noon i Etrurls, Not. 8, 2:00 ric
Umbrla, Oct. 'J5, S:UU m Auranla, Nov. 15. 7:0 i» ah
Srrvin. Nov. 1, 8:03 am (Bothnia. •■or. 19.10 ah
Oalihi. Nov. 5, ll:0U am i Ulntirl i, Nov. 22, -2:00 fh
Cabin passage, itbUand upward; intermediate, $33,
Steerage tickets to and iroin all parts of Europs
it very low rates. ■ For fretgm ami passago apply ac
: the company's oltice, 4 Howling Ureen, New uric
v ... VEKNON 11. ItKOWN 4 CO., Ucneral Agents. .
Good accommodation can always be secured oa
application to .WILLIAMS, UIMOND 4 CO..
:■■ 'I'uThSa -■/■■.■■■-: - Agents. San Francisco.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Caroms Luiteil Btatas. 11.-iwaiiau ...ii Co-
jHnui»i«kii<limi li.iii:il Mulls. afamuMiV!.jyil, pv;l'
\\rnA. LEAVE -11IK COMPANY 'S'A^Ta '
.' ' Vharf, foot of Folsuin ttruet, ' - : JFUftr
- tor Uouuiulii, A nek I mill and Sy>lnuy.
. ._• ■■••_■ . WITHOUT CUAXOK, - i ,'
The Splendid Now iSOUU-ton Iron Steamer ' '
81ar1iKi5u.. ........ ...0 tuber IKlh. ut 1)11,
IVt mi mediately on arrival or tne English malls. -
'"'■'"iv 1 ii ----'"■- ■ I'ttr Honolulu, •"-•■■"■-"■■-■' ■
' 6S. A list i all i (KUol) tons) . ... .Nor. 17th, ac 13 x, .
[-■ tor For freight or passage,' apply at office, 317
; »:»i k.-t Miuti. JOHN v. si'Ki.UiiELS a uitos.,
: tciu v . . : ■• -•. ueaeral Ageuts.
: NO [I I m '
ApwoE|| IMPORTANT! [Iggiggs
— — ■■- - -■ —i— --■ ' ■'" ■ ' ' i^ ■ f \
With our usual foresight, anticipating an increase in the tariff, ire sent early
instructions to our buyers aud agents in Europe and the East to double or triple
(in some cases) their usual purchases for the season, and be sure to hare the
goods arrive previous to October Ist, which being done, we assure our patrons
and the public that we will take no advantage or the situation, at least for the
present. Our prices are a guarantee of what we say, but we do advise you to
buy now, :• i.-. v- j
clou DEPARTMENT-! CORSETS. |
We have a complete assortmentVf all the THE CELEBRATED C. B. FRENCH
leading styles of Ladies' Garments, Tight- COBSET, iv black and gray, regular
fitting Jackets. Reefers, Vest Fronts, Medium ' P rice S'- 50,
and Extra Lengths, etc., Seal Plush Capes, Price now $1.75.
Astrakhan Capes, Combination Capes, and v Atuni/TDAUierc
Seal Plush Jackets and Seal Plush Saeques nAWUlVtnl»nltrs)i
and INVITE IXSPECTIOX Fifty dozen CHILDREN'S HANDKER-
CHIEFS, fancy and colored borders.
regular price ."0 cents,
Price now 25 cents per dozen.
A FEW LEADERS. Onelot. LADIES' HEMSTITCHED COL-
n •.•• i->-nui."u< OREO BORDERED HA^DKKK
CHEVIOT JACKETS .... $2.50 CHIEFS.
TAILOR-MADE REEFERS .- . 5.00 Qne At 5, 6 1 4 and 8 1 is cents. COL-
One lot LADiEs' HEMSTITCHED COL-
SEAL PLUSH CAPES . - 5.00 ORED A\D WHITE EMBROIDEKKU
BLACK ASTRAKHAN CAPES - . 5.00 HAXDKERCHIEFS, 9n
BLACK ASTEAKHAN CAPES - . 5.00 At 12' 2, 15 and 20 cents.
Just one-half regular valae.
ciii/ IUDIDTNKUT ribbons.
•ill It II I fln I 111 111 I Continuation of nur gicat snle of CASH-
U I L II VL I HII I 111 LII I . MERE saTIX-EDGE Kll^ON, resu-
SILK PLUSHES, all shades, just the thine _ I* 1 ™ 1 "??' lo ,l' , c . eD at 1c * _. „ 4
for trimming or fancy work, one of the »«• VaLUE'IX THE m'vßKe'/
best values ever shown. Look at the tit ' i>L VALLhIVIHtiUKKtI.
price. 11 -\ i ntf-p
50c a Yard. CLOVcS.
SILK VELVETS, black and all the latest Seventy dozen LADIES' REAL KID
shades. This velvet is worth SI 50 a GLOVES, 5 button, all shades, regular
yard, but we will sell it while it lasts at price SI,
~. «^ •■ At 50 cents per pair.
$1.00 a Yard. v *
127 pieces BLACK ALL-SILK SATIN SPECIAL SALE.
RHADAMES, actually worth SI DO, at ..,,,, . . . „ . , ...
on l y : .-. Odd Lots of i eunis Flannels, Shirtings
$1.00 a Yard. and Suitings,
100 pieces BLACK SUKAH SILKS, very n V 0 * 5 ' 12 "=? and 15 « per yard,
hnavv nnilitv Our snpc-ial price Rpßular price 15c, 20c and 2SO per yard.,
for this tot on v flic« lot* are all the latest colorings and
for this lot only newcBt designs, aud are offered at b thew
75c a Yard. prices to make a clearance.
We will close our store at 6 o'clock Saturday evening* (as on other days), irrespective •
of tliu action of any or all other dry-goods houses.
New Importations of Hosiery and Underwear at Popular Prices.
tSf" Mail orders promptly attended to. Goods forwarded C. 0. D. or on receipt
of remittances by express or mail. Samples free on application. .
PHILIPHIif (x CO.,
Southwest Corner of MaiM ail M Streets.
Ptefe-^ 7 THE POSITIVE CURETfe^^
rSw ELY BKOTHEKS, 66 Warren St., New York. PriC« 50 fa war x -^'° 5 -=
ilc 11 ly Tv
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. > "
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM SAN J&*n
Francisco lor ports In Alaska, d a. •£., «S»i*y
Oct. '-'. 17. Not. 1, 16. Dec. 1. 18. 81. Jan. 15. 30.
For British Columbia and Pugst Sound ports, 9
A. M.. Sept. 27, Oct. 2, 7, 12. 17, 22. 27. Nov. 1, 6, 11,
16, 21. 2H, Dec. 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, 31, Jan. 6, 10,
15. '-«). 26 and ::0.
For Eureka, llnmboldt Bay, Wednesdays, 9 a. ic
For Meudocino, For: Dra;£ eta, Mondays anil
Thursdays, 4 p. x.
For Santa Ana, Los Angelei, and all way port!
every fourth day, 8 a. x.
For San Diego, stopping only at Los An?»18i. San:»
Barbara and San Luis Obispo, every fourtU day ii
11 a. m.
For ports in Mexico. 25th of each month. - .
ticket office— Palace Hotel. 4 New Montgomery st,
GOODALL, PERKINS .t CO., General Agents.
se'il) 10 Market street. Saa Francisco.
FOR PORTLAND & ASTORIA, OREGON
THE UNION PACIIIO RAILWAY— Jfr»
1 Ocean Division— and PACIFIC COAST £*&££
STEAMSHIP COMPANY will dispatch Iroiu Spear-
ttreet Wharf, at 10 a. m., lor the above poru one a;
llielr A 1 iron steamships, viz.:
STATE OK CALIFORNIA— Sept. 29, Oct. 11, 23,
Nov 18, !>ei-. 10. 22. Jan. 3. 15. 27.
COLUMBIA— Sept. '-■.'•. Oct. 7, ISV3I, Nov. 12, 24,
Dec. 6. IK. ;;o, Jan. 11.23. £ — ~-ii>
OREGON— Oct. 3, 15. 27. NOT. 8. 20, Dec. 2, W,.
26. .lan. 7. 19, 31.
Connecting via Portland with the Northern Paclfla
Railroad. Oregon Short Lino and other diverging
lines, for all points In Oregon, Washington,
P-Mtisli Columbia. AlasKa, Idaho. Montana,
Hakota, Utah. Wyoming, Yellowstone park, and all
points East and South aud to Europe.
Fare to Portland— Cabin, 316; aicer&zo. »8: roual
tin. cabin. «30.
'Jclcket offices— l Montgomery street »nd Palace
Hotel. 4 New .Montgomery street.
GOODALL, PERKINS » CO.. Supt. Ocean Line.
mr2S 10 Market street. San Francisco.
I'°rf*it«-li l.'?:e tt» MavP**.
/■OMPANV'S PUSH (NEW), 42 NORTH
V^ 1: \ r. foot of Morton st. Travelers by j^x^yj
tills line avoid both transit by English railway ana
11. diKoialuri or crossing tha Ciiauuol in a snull
LA° CHAMPAGNE, Traul)
LA CUAMPAdXE, Trauli
Saturday, net. IS, at 7:30 a. x.
LA UUL'HUU iiNE, Frangeul..^,
■ Satunlay, it l l >ct. 25th. -.':3O p. x.
LA ISKEIAONE, De .lousselln
Saturday, Nov. Ist, at 7:JO a. X.
LAGASCOGNE, Santelll ,
Saturday, .Nov. Bth, I :3J p. «.
LA CHA.MPAiiM-. Str:'.uli
Saturday. November 15tli, 6:o i a. x.
JM lor Ireight or passage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
No. 3 liowll.ig.Green, New York.
J. F. FUGAZI A CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery ays.,
San Francisco. inr2Jtf
RAILROAD TRAVEL. V 3
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Trains I.cuve ami Arc Hue to Arrive at
IBAVW - UCTOBBR iTih»o^^abbivic
7:30 a llaywards. Mies and San Jost» *l:15r
7:.,0 a Sacramento A Redding, via Davis 7:15p
7:30 a Sacramento. Auburn, C'olfax 4:45p
8:00 a Martl-u 7.. Vallejo, L'allsto^a aud
Santa i:osa . 6:15p
9:00 a Los America Express. Krestio, l!a-
-keri>tlttld, Mojavu and East, and
Los Angeles 10:13 a
8:30 a Mies, San Jose, Stockton, lone,
and Red Wuir 4:45p
12:U0m llaywards, Niles Hud Llvcrmore.. 7:45p
•1:U0p Sacramento River Meamer.i *»6:00 a
3:tlOP Maywards, Nllesaiul San Josn.... 9:45 a
tllOr Second class for Ogdeu and East 9:45p
4:00p Sunset Route, Atlantic Express,
Santa ltariiara, Los Angeles,
lieinlng. El Pjso, New Orleans
. . and East 8 :45 P
4 :00p Martiuez. Vallojo, Callstoga aud
f Santa Rosa 9:45 a
4:00p Latbropaud Stockton 10:15 a
4:; 'Up Sacramento and Knight's Landing
via Davis 10:15*
•4:30p lies and l.lvermore »8:45 a
•4 :30p Nlles and San Jose J6:lsr
6:00p Ila\ wards and Nlles 7:15 a
8:00p Central Atlantic Express, Ogden
and East 9:45 a
9:00p Shasta Route Express, Sacra-
mento. Marysvllle. Redding, *
Portland, Puget Sound and E:u.t 7:45 a
: SANTA CItDZ DIVISION.
17 :45a Excursion Train to Santa Cruz..., (8:05p
8:16 a Newark. Centervllle, San Jose,
- 1i- i "ti. lluulder Creek and Santa
''Crux........... , 6:20p
•2:45p Centervllle, San Jose, Almaden, °
Ft'ltou, ISouider Creek and Santa
Cruz »11:20 a
4:45p Centervllle, > San Jose and Los : .
' . " Uatus, and Saturdays and Sun- -.
' flays to Santa Cruz 9:30 a
COAST DIVIS'N-Tlilnl ami Towiispihl Sts.
Tj7:sdA*"Moirtcrey and Santa Cruz Sunday
- - Excursion tB:2sp
' 8:30 a Sail Jose, Almadeu, (Jllroy. Tres
Finos, Palaro. Santa Cruz, Mon-
terey. Pacific Grove, Salinas,
Soledad. San Miguel, Paso Ho-
bles and Santa Margarita (San * X"-
Luis OBlspo) and Principal way
Stations i^ 6:30p
10:30 a San Jose and Way stations - 3:00P
/ 12:30p Cemetery, Menlo Park and Way
.-. Stations ;,...."..■....* 6:ojp
•3:30p San Jos.', Tres Plnos, Santa Crnz, "
■ " ' = Salinas, Monterey, Pacific Grove ■'
and Principal Way Stations. ... »10:05 a
•4:20p MenUtl'ark and Way stations... ' •7:50 a
j 6:'2op San Jose and Way Stations ' 9:03 a
- ii: up Memo Park and Way stations... 6:33 a
til :45p Memo Park and Principal Way - --»"
.: ■ - - Stations... n:3OP
a for Moriiiug. ;• •--.-,■ p tor Afternoon, - -.»
•Sundays excepted. .. '*'•'■ • ■ •r - tS:;turd:iys only."
iSundayi only. . "Mondays excepted.
iTLSIIAWy - —
BAN FRANCISCO AND H. P. RAILWAY.
"Th« Donahue Bruacl-Ganjrs Koute."
pOMMENCT!fO SUNDAY. JULY 13. IJW>. AJfl»
until further notice. Boats and Trains will leave
from and arrive at the San FrancUco Passenger.
Deimt. .Mjirket-stri'et Wiiarf, !U follows:
From San Francisco for Point Tiburon and S>a
Weekdays: 7:40 A. »., 9:20 A.X. 11:20 A. X.
l::iop. V.. 3:30 P. M.. 6:00 M., 6:J5 P. K. Sundays:
B:00A. m, 9:30 a. m.. 11.00 a. X.. 1:30 P.M., 8:30 P. M.,
6.-00 P. m7.«:lSp. M.
From San i:.it.n'i for San Francisco— days;
liMIa.M. S:')iia. M.. »:30 A.M.. 11 :40 A. V, I :4 >!•.«,
8:40 P. M., .'.:05 P. M., (>:: in P. M. Sundays: 8:10 a. V.
6:4*1 A. M., 11:1UAH, 1:40 P. M.. 3:40 P. M.. 5:00 P. v.
6:'. iS P. M
From Point Tiburco for San Francisco— Week iUyl:
7:15 a. M., 8:20 A. X.. 9:55 A. M., 12:0". P. M, UK» P.*.
4:05 P.M.. 4:30 P.M., 7 P.M. Sundays: $:M A.
10:05 A.SI, 11:35 A. M., 2:0.3 P.M.. 4:05 P. SI. 6::.iJ
P. M.,<i:soP. M.
Leave IDkstina-I Arrive In
Pan Francisco. J Tio.v. I Sin I 'i.m'i'-'n
Week I Suj«- I I Sir.^ I W'exs
Pats. I dayb. I |_ DATS. I DATS.
7:40 a. M I 8:00a. m ! Petaluma f 10:40 a. m I 8:50 a.X
3::-- P. m■ '■ -i" ■■■■• and I i:»l5l'.."l »*l».»
6.00 P. MlS:our.Ml Sia Kusa. I 7:25 P. M I 6:051' M
7:40 a. 31 o.nn» « li--.i '!-'•'.' t-oii v „ 10:30
8:30 P. ii 8 -00 A-« LittonSpi '•*>'• ■ u:jsp. x
A- Way Sts
I i Hoplaud I
?«A. M|B«oa.M and 7:25 P. II B«Sp.s|
• f, X. Ukiah. I
7:40 A.M |B^l.x ) Gucrn... l^poXj t -
JJSS p: S Ill^iS l JSLgfthlti | IS $ Z
7:4.) A. M I B*JX)A.M I I 10:40 A.^iO^O A. X
8:30 P. M15.-00 P.M | Stoastopl | a KX-.p.MI 6n?3r-M:
Stages connect at Santa X >. i for White Sulphur
ScrlnKs and Mark West Sprinei; at Uayaerville
for Skaicss Strings; at Clovcrdale for the O«y-
-■ers: at llopland fur Highland Springs. Kelser-
vli;e. Laket>ort ami Harriott Springs, at Uklxh for
Vichy Springs. Saratoga Spnngs. llius Lakes, I'nnt r
Lake, l.akeport. Willits. Cahto. Capella. Potter val-
ley. Sherwood Vallov, Mendocino City, Hydesville,
Eur^k-t. Bui eviil ■ and *irci-nwoi>d. ' •
EXCURSION TICKETS, from Saturdays to Moo-
days To Fctaluina. »1 50; to Santa li>s» 12 2.5; t*
! HealiisHirK. »3 40: to Litum Spring, *.i i^); to Claver-
dale. (4 50: to Hopland. to 70; to r :■-. «'i 75; to
Guerneville, «3 76; to' Sonoma, II 50; to ulen Elica.
*EXCURSION TICKETS, good for Sundays onty-T»
IV;:i i.n i. »I , to Santa Rosa. 91 50; to Healdsbnre,
(2 25; to Litton spring, 40; to Cloverdale, Mj la
tlkUh.«lso;tn Hopland. 13 to Selw topol. • 1 SO; to
auernevllle.l2 50; to Sonoma. (1; to Glen Ellen. II iX
H. C. WlUTlNU.Ueneral Mananx.
J>ETtR J. McGLYNN. iii.ii. Pass. A Ticket Ant.
Ticket omVes at Ferry, 30 Montgomery street and
2 New Montgomery street.
BAUSALITO-SAN BAFAEL-SAN QUENTTN
NORTH PACIFITcaAST RAILROAD.
CommMirlnE Monday, September 1, IS9!>,
■ anduuttl further notice, boats and trains will run as
From SAN FRANCISCO for SAUSALITO and SAN
RAFAEL (week days)-7:30, 9:30.11:00 A. x.; J
1:30, 3:25,4:55. B:iO p.m.
(Sumlays)-S:00, 10:00. 11:30 a.m.; 1:30, 3:00,
From SAN FKANCISCO for MILL VALLEY (week'
•lays)— 9:3o, 11:00 a. m. : 3:25,4:55 P.M.
(Sundays)-8:00, 10:00, 11:30 a. x.; 1:30, 3:00,
_6:05 P. M. -
From SAN RAFAEL for SAN FRANCISCO (wee*
d.i,. 6:10, 7:46, 9:30,11:15 a. x.; 1:30,3:20,
4.55 P. v.
(Sundays) 9:50. A.X.; 12:00 k.; 1:30.8:30,
6:00 p.m. Extra trip on Saturday at 6:30 p. x.
Fare, 50 cents, round trip.
From MILL VALLEY for SAN FRANCISCO (week
day5)— 7:35, 11:05 a. v.; 3:35. 5:05 p. x.
(Sundays)- 8:12. 10:10, 11:10 a. x.; 1:16. 3:15,
5:15 p. x. Fare. 50 cents, round trip. -.-
From SAt sXf.l ro~foF SAN FRANCISCO <wee«
days)— 6:l6, 8:18, 10:05 A. h.; 12:05, 2:15, 4:05,
6:35 p. x. -.-■■■.
(Sundays)— B:4s, 10:40 a. m.; 13:46, 2:15, 4:16,
6:45 p. x. Extra trip on Saturday at 7:IU p. m. "
Fare. 25 cent*, round trip.
11:00 A. M.. Pally (Saturdays and Sunday! ex-
ccpted) from San Francisco Tor Cazadero and In-
termediate stations. Returning, leaves Cazadero
dally (Sundays excepte/l) at 6:46 a. x., arriving In
ban Francisco at l'J :3o p. m.
1:30 P. M.. Saturdays only, from San Francisc*
for Cazadero and Intermediate stations.
8:OO A. M-, Sundays only, from San Francisco for
Point Reyes and Intermediate station*. Retaro-
lng, arrives In San Francisco at 6:15 p. x.
! ' EXCURSION RATES.
THirt >-il;iy excursion— Round-trip Tickets to and
from all stations, at 25 per cent reduction from
single tariff rate. ;
Friday to Monday Excursion— Round-trip Ticket*
■old on Fridays and Saturdays, good to return fol-
I lowing Monday : Camp Taylor, II 75: Tocaloma
I and Point Reyes, »2 00; Tomalcs, »2 25; Howard's.
f.l 50: Cazadero. «4 00.
Sunday Excursion— Round-trip Tickets, good on day
•old only: Camp Taylor, »1 60; Tocaloma and
Point Reyes, »1 75.
STAUK CONNECTIONS. "~~
Stages leave Cazadero dally (except Mondays) for
Stewarts Point, Gualala, Point Arena, Culteya
Cove, Navarro, Meudoclno City and ail points on
the North Coast.
/SO. W. COLEMAN. •■ ■ - F. B. LATHAM,
General Manager. Qen. Pass. * Tkt. Alt
Cr>neral Offlcei. 331 Pine Street, Ml tt ■
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