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THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Waiting for tho Merry Season
Sacred to Saudi Clitns.
E-me Interestine Engagement Notes—Ccnmen
Muiica'ie—A German Festival—Parties
to Take Place.
It Is said that in the exact center of a cy
clone or ninelstroni there is a point of abso
lute quiescence. A whirlwind of gayety has
been passing across our social horizon, and
many of us have been caught up in its ex
nilerating current. Weddings, big dances
and pleasant homo dinners cr soirees have
come in quick succession. Royalty itself
bas crossed the ocean to en nance the at
tractions of many a bright social gathering.
And the end is not yet. Somewhere, per
haps, we must expect our point of quies
cence, but present indications would seem
to promise at least a temporary continuance
cf general activity, especially In delightful
Lent begins early next year, Easter fol
lowing early in March. According to this
"the height of the season" should come in
Tlie next meeting of the Friday Night Club
will lake pla^e at Od I Fellows' Hill on
Friday evening next. Mr. George Yernon
Gray will lead.
On Wednesday in Washington, D. C,
Misses Pattnn of California gave a tea at
which a younger sister was formally intro
duced for ttie first time to the many friends
of the family. It was, also, the occasion of
the fir-t presentation of Mrs. Henry M.
Stanley and her mother, Mrs. Pennant to
tbe resident society circles of that city.
Since the death of Mrs. Patton, two years
»go, the Misses Patton have been living a
seclude.! life at their home on Massachusetts
avenue, and the event marked their returu
to social life.
Mrs. A. W. Scott will give a high tea ia
The beautiful little Episcopal Chapel
near the Del Monte has been enclose I and
will soon be finished. The Del Monte
school building near the grounds is also
fairly under way.
The postpoii'd concert at Mare Island
will take place to-morrow evening.
A piak tea will be given at the residence
of Mrs. Frederickson, 516 Sixteenth street
Oak ami. on Thursday evening next The
affair will 'ne given under th" auspices of the
Young Ladies' Guild of the Church of the
The Orlando Literary and Social Club
pave lis second annual banquet at the
Mftis v D.-re last evening.
Mr. md Mrs. W. S. Tevis entertained a
small party of friends last Wednesday
evening at tlicir residence on Hyde street.
A special Concert will be given at St.
John's Presbyterian Church, corner Cali
fornia and Octavia streets, on Friday even
ing next, under the direction of Professor
George H. Little, organist, assisted by the
following aitists: Carrie Mil/.ner Hamil
ton, soprano; Miss May Thorite, alto;
George St. John Bremner, tenor; E. A.
Geisider, bssso; E. lleiniburger, pianiste; A.
EL K..yton, violinis'; A. J. Sandy, basso;
and Miriam ('. Jehu, elocutionist, for the
benefit of the Church Furnishing Fund.
I -ft ir il'^ n. ; Notes.
The engagement has just been announced
of Miss Nina Macondray to Mr. Perry P.
Eyre. Miss Macondray only recently ra
tmntd from Paris, where she was witli her
aunt aud uncle, Major and Mrs. Rathbone.
She was a debutante just before leaving for
Paris, and has been au acknowledged belle
everywhere she has been.
The wedding of M'ss Frances Cowles,
daughter of the late Ju i_e Samuel Cowles,
and Mr. A. Shrove Bulger of Chicago wi i
take place next Wrdne-tlay at the residence
of the mother of the bride in this city.
Colonel and Mrs. J. li. Savers announce
the-engagemeut of theirdaughter, >Ihs Grace
Dustin Savers, to Dr. *'. A. Bliss. Tlie
wedding will take place December 25th at
the home of the bride's parents, 290S Jack
The engagement is reported of Dr. Beverly
MacMonagle, Surgeon-in-chief of the Cali
fornia Woman's Hospital, to Miss Nellie
Corbett of Sin Mateo.
Mr. John Mr"s"ear is to link fortunes with
Miss K'.ta Tucker on New Year's eve. The
event is to take place at St. Paul's Church,
Oakland. It is said tlie bridesmaids are to
be the Misses May and Clara Tucker, Miss
Bessie McNear, Miss Herrick and Miss Mc-
Kee. After tlie nuptials there is to be a
receptii n at Dr. J. W. 'fucker's.
Cards are out announcing the wedding of
Miss Mina Atchison, a favorite in social cir
cles in Los Angeles, to Mr. Charles W. Wat
son, formerly of Los Angeles but at present
a resident of this city. The young couple
wiil be married next WedLesday, at St.
Paul's Episcopal Church in Los Angeles.
Lieutenant S. C. Leiuly, U. S. JS., well
known on this Coast, and Miss Harriet Mil
liken are to be married next Wednesday at
the Church oi the Epiphany, at Washing
The engagement Is announced cf Miss
Anna May Phillips of Red Bluif to Dr. W.
A. Haivey < f this city. The wedding will
take place at Red Bluff on the 25th inst. in
the M. E. Church. Tliere will be a recep
tion at the br tie's parents.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Luc:a My Ooolittle to Mr. Hugh Kirkuian
Drouiharo, buth of San Diego. Miss Doolit
tle wiil be lemembered by many of last
summer's visitors to Santa Cruz, where she
made ucinerous friends.
The marriage of Mr. George Radford and
Miss Lena Wcoten of Stockyards has been
annouii-'ed lor the secoud Wednesday iv
January < ; next year.
Cards ate out announcing the approaching
nuptial?of Mr. K. G. Easton of Berkeley and
Miss Kate Olden, oue of Riverside's fairest
daughter. After a brief weddiug tour in
the inteiior of the State Mr. Easton and his
accomplished bride will reside in Berkeley.
The engagement is announced of Mr.
William J. Gurnett Jr., son of Mr. William
J. Gurnett of Oakland, to Miss Mary Yarina
Hutchinson, daughter of John J. Hutchin
son of this city. The wedding will take
place some time this month.
The marriage of Miss Annie F. O'Neill,
youngest daughter of Mrs. Alfred Clarke,
antl Mr. Charles F. Geggus, will take place
to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, at St
The mariiage of Mrs. Bertha Miller of
Red Bluff and Mr. George Reid will take
place at the residence of the bride Tuesday
The engagement is announced of Mr.
Jos. Soanes und Miss Maggie Campbell of
The engagement is announced of Miss
Flora Maj field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Maytield, to Mr. Ad. M. Simon", both of
tbis city. They will be at Home at 1330
Ellis street Sunday afternoon and evening
The engagement is announced of Mr.
Charles Jaeobson, formerly of Redwood
City, of the commission house of Charles
Jacobson _; Co., and Miss Sadie C. Levy,
daughter of M. A. Levy of bll Octavia
Junior T)a- at li.rt.i.p.
A very large attendance of fashionable
people from tbis city and Oakland attended
the exercises of the Junior day class of '92
of the University of California at Berkeley
Tne numbers were very good, the feature
being a farce entitled "The 'Varsity of
Samoa, or the Kicker and the Kicked," by-
Mr. F. M. Greene, '92, an amateur play
wright of great promise. The clever bur
lesque was received with much applause.
In the afternoon the Junior class gave
one of their usually delightful hops. The
tymnasium was cleared of the chairs and
inches. The guests numbered among
them many of Berkeley and Oakland's
elite, 'lhe floor was in excellent condition.
Blum s Orchestra furnished the waltz music,
ana altogether the affair proved in every
way one of the most successful of the many
enjoyable dances given by tlie Judor class
of '92 since its inauguration.
Tbe l 'uurien-j: .n kei M-sicnle.
Miss Ellen Coursen and Mr. Joseph
Roeckel brought forward individually their
most brilliant pupils at a matinee musicale
last Saturday afternoon at tbeir hall, 320
Post street The vocalists were suDpli
mented by a violin solo by Mr. Arthur
Johannsen, who was warmly applauded by
the fair singers. This musicale is the last
for the year 1«90. The benefits to bo de
rived from a series of musicales, carried
periodically throughout a year, cannot be
too highly estimated, and the strangers
from the East and South who have beta en
tertained so frequently at these coucerts,
have carried .way with them a better
knowledge of musical progress iv San
The following numbers were given: Two
songs, (aj "Brown-Eyed Nell" (Roeckel). (6)
"Chanson Arabe" (Godard), Miss Elleu
Coursen; song, "Pierrot" (Hutchison). Miss
Hose Phillips; aria, " Dost Thou Know
Tbat Fair Land?" "Mignon," (Thomas),
Miss Maude Frank; lied, "Were I a Bird of
Alp' (Hiller), Miss Emma Provost; aria.
"Saper Vorreste," "II Ballo" (Verdi), Mile.
Julie Ccttc; violin solo, "Air Varie," op. 23
(Vieuxtemps), Mr. Arthur Johannsen; two
•oog-t, (a) iiuiiiiii/..t from "La Morina" (Arrl
etii), (6) "Ahl "lis a Dream" (Lasnen), Miss
Blanche Haskell; melodia, "Beauty's
-yes" (Tosti), Senorita Andrea Moiica;
ned, " The Miigic Song" (Uelmuod), Miss
Hattie Edwards; twoduet3, (a) "Go, Pretty
Bese," " Cauon " (Manuals), (6) " Olt la
the Stilly Night" (Stevenson), the
Misses Minuie and Emma Provost;
air, "Flower Song" "Faust," (Gounod),
Miss Pauline Schilling; song. "The Happy
Hells ShiiU Ring" (Sternberg), Miss Bertha
Mersing; sacred song, "O. for the Wings of
a Dove" (Mendelssohn), Mrs. Flora Peter
luan; cavatina, "Lieti Sigroi" "Hugenots."
(Meyerbeer), Mrs. O. Her/.oj; aria, "Robert,
Hubert" (Meyerbeer), Mrs. J. Franklin;
ballad, "Tit for Tat" (Poutet), Miss Ellen
Coiirsen. Musical director, Mr. Joseph
The following guests listened atten
tively to the very attractive programme:
Senorita A. Hill.ird, Mrs. ,1. Leland Has
kell, Miss Blanche Haskell, Miss Edith Tur
toD, Mrs. W iliUm B. Hunt, Mrs. L. H.
Thayer, Mrs. L. G. Fichter, Miss J. Cotte,
Mrs. G. HerzQC, Miss Carrie Herzog, Miss
I,aura Blair, the Misses Minnie and Emma
Provost, Mute. Sophie Puttnian, Miss Flor
ence A. Mason, Mrs M. A. Hutcliiiigs, Mrs.
Frank Obbaus, Miss Rose Cuesar, Miss \V.
A. .Smith, Mrs. J. Colinreich, Mrs. I. Cohn
rei-li, Mrs. l)r. Kleuiebeig, Miss Maggie
Falvey, Miss Tessie* Franklin, Mrs. J.
Franklin, Mrs. U. Gray, Miss Bella Weight,
Mis. 11. Barron, Miss L. Barrou, the Misses
Maude and Carrie Frank, M:t,s Margaret
Duorzek, Mrs. Flora Petcrm.n. Miss Anita
Kennedy. Professor Joseph R ieck-1, Mr.
Arthur Jntianiiseii, Mr. Oakly, Mr. Eugene
Brtuuer, Mr. Clement Cronisi*, Mr. William
Kelly, Seunr Genaro Escobod, Senontas
C iriueti and Virginia Eseobosi, Miss H-ittie
Edwards, .Mrs. lsidor Dai.telwitz, Miss Rose
llembree, Mrs. Aueltinger, the Misses Pau
line and Atnalie Schilling, Senorita Andrea
Mnjica, Miss Uuse Phillips, tue Misses Tes
s.e and Marguerite Ghine, Miss Bertha
Mersing, Miss Mary Murphy, Miss Sadie
1 Hv:.m, Miss Ellen Coursen, Miss Beitlia
Wolle, Mrs. Hide.
Tin. KliilrHcht Yereln t'liililren'H Fphiltil.
Eiutracht Yorein Hall on Post street was
crowded with relatives and friends of the
children of the uuper classes who gave a
praise-worthy exhibition of calisthenic ex
About one hundred and twenty-five little
ones, one-half being girls and tiie remain, -r
boys, marched round tlie gaily decorated
hail, and with song and "milling" charmed
every eye. Tinir efficient aud geneial in
structor was Piofe^sor C. F. stahl. Some
of the exercises demanded the use of ihe
iron wand, others of long poles, but each
was executed with admirable precision. They
terminated with a grand tableau of Ger
niaina and Columbia, when the latter was
gracefully crowned with bays.
Oue ol the most active sets was tho pyra
mid class composed uf F. Waguer, lt. Scott,
11. A. Forlriede, U. Fieiteiiiulelie, 11. Freite
mulche, E. Peek, E. Ha user, O. Maysen-
Uaider, G. Staffer., J. Catoir.
The VT.-imser-lVti'i sen IVedrtln^.
The wedding of Mr. Louis Waniser and
Mss Winnie Petersen, both of this city, was
solemnized last Wednesday evening by tho
Rev. J. 11. Fuendeling at the bride's home,
I..'_. Linden avenue. The house was laste
inils decorated for the occasion.
Miss Sophie Petersen was bridesmaid and
Mr. A. lltiber groomsman. The married
couple were the recipients of numerous
pretty presents. Sengs, recitations and
dancing pleasantly occupied the evening.
Mr. G. Auderbert and —iss Oiga Podulski
rendered a few- selections on the zither,
winch were highly appreciated.
The friends afterwards pr.iceeded to the
dining-room, to the music of A. Leonard
A: Bros.' orchestra, where a sumptuous sup
per was served. Toasts lo the happiness of
the bride un I groom were proposed by
Messrs. A. Hoffman and B. Sclioenberg.
Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
S. Waniser. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Petersen, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. b.
AuziHi, Mr. and Mrs. 11. WuestefeJd, Mr.
and Mis. 1). Fuhrig, .Mr. aud Mr^. U.
ilelmich. Miss Tiltie Bock, .Miss Olga
Padulski, Miss Rosie Herbtz, Miss Emma
Bock, Mi~s Sophie Petersen, Miss Mary
Petersen, Messrs. A. Huber, A. Hoffman",
I*. Neumann, John Beck, T. Petersen, W.
Petersen. G. Auderbert, B. Schoenberg, C.
Klmgler, William Buerr, J. Bailey, T.
l'etersen, I). Sehan, Henry Miller, S. Little
ton, M. Miller auu G. Jacobs.
Dancing was alterwards resumed till a
very late hour.
The Booth Company Kittertntumeiit.
The Booth Dramatic Company presented
Sheridan Know-is' "Vlrginius"last evening
al Irving Hall. The six acts passed quickly
and the tragic si;nation of the last act ex
hibited great ability. The perfoimance
was distinctly creditable. The following
was the east of characters: Virginius, Mr.
Peter Sosso; Icilius, Mr. Fred Inline!;
Appius Cla litis, Mr. T. G. Woodward;
Caeius Claudius, Mr. W. J. Loner.an;
Dentatus, Mr. Edward Tilden; Nuiner
turious, Mr. Frank Carty; Lncins, Mr.
Henry Spear; Marcus Mr. Walter Smith;
Vibulanius, Mr. William Clark; Titus, Mr.
James Gouly; Servius, Mr. Alfred Gross;
Proctmius, Mr. Georße Andes; Virginia,
Miss B.anehe Browne; Servin, Miss Pauline
Cohn; slave giil, Miss Mamie Stanly.
Hanciug was afterward enjoyed to the
music of Professor C-Uarius* orchestra.
Each lady attended witn an escort received
a pretty souvenir book. The officers of the
company are: Mr. Walter Smith, Presi
dent; Mr. Fred Itmnel, Vice-President; Mr.
Harry Spear, Secretary; Mr. Alfred Gross,
Treasurer; Mr. Harry W'ilkens, Business
Manager; Mr. Peter Sosso, Stage Manager.
Followiug composed the committees of
the evening: Floor manager, Mr. Charles
Sinkwitz* assistant floor manager, Mr. John
Glindeu; Hoor Committee —Mr. Sanlord
Wolf, Air. E. J. Edgar, Mr. I. Sims, Mr.
Nick Pendergast, Mr. W. J. Lonergan, Mr.
Harry Glick; Reception Committee—Miss
Alice Inime!, Miss Arinanda Frucdantlial,
Miss Pauline Cohn, Miss Mamie Ferre'd,
Miss Blanche Brown.
l'acitic Coast XVeild iii-S.
On TuesJay at Sau Diego Miss Georgie E.
Coon, daughter of General Batus E. Coon,
and Charles C. Loomis, a leading young
business man, were united in marriage by
Rev. Dr. Xoble of the First Fresbyteiiiui
Church. It was a brilliant wedding, fol
lowed by a reception. Mr. and Mrs. Loomis
have come to this city to remain several
Mr. Charles R. Tillson and Miss Avis M.
Perkins were niairied at the residence of
the bride's parents in Modesto Wednesday,
Rev. H. CL Gillingham, pastor of tlio Pres
byterian Church, officiating, 'lhe bride is
the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
l'erkins, and is well known as oue of the
most pojmlar society ladies of Modesto.
The groom is the manager ot the Modesto
liiiniOer CnniDany. The happy pair came
to this city for the honeymoon.
Mr. John G ombs of Saratoga was married
to Miss Lily Windier of Haywatds last
Wednesday. They will reside at Saratoga.
At high noon Wednesday tlie marriage of
Mr. William Sumner Gilinore and Miss
Emily Phoebe Bradley was solemnized at the
home of the bride's mother in Pasadena,
Rev. E. L. Conger performing tlie cereinonv.
Mr. Henry D. Barlage of this city was
married to Miss Annie D. Hudson of Grass
Valley last Wednesday. The happy pair
will reside in this city.
I'a.rti.s to Talm Pl-ne.
The Spiker and Flies will give their first
anniversary party at Mission Opera Hall
next Friday evening.
The Berlins will give their second hop at
Union-square Hall to-morrow evening.
Asocial hop will be given by James A.
Garfield Corps. No. 21, W. R. C. for tlie
benefit of the Relief Fund, at Pioneer Hall,
on Wednesday evening next.
The Nyaya Club will give their eleventh
hop at Mission Opera Hall on Wednesday
The Goodwin Comedy Company will give
an entertainment for tlio benefit of the Al
calde Drill Corps at Saratoga Hall on
Wednesday evening next.
The Edwin Forrest Dramatic Club will
produce " The Octoroon " at Saratoga Hall
ou Thursday evening next
Alcatraz Parlor, No. 45, N. S. G. W., has
made arrangements for a social dance to be
held at Union-square Hall on Thursday
Court Robin Hood, No. 59.11, A. O. F., will
hold its sixteenth anniversary entertainment
and ball a t Union-square Hall on Saturday
Pacific Lodge. No. 815, Knights and Ladies
of Honor, will give a party to-night at
An installation party of California
Chapter, No. 4, O. E. S., will be held next
Friday evening at B'nai IJ'rith Hall.
The Danish Society Norden's children's
Christmas-tree festival and ball will take
place at Odd Fellows' Hall next Sunday
Ivy Chapter, No. 27. O. E. S., will hold an
installation and social to-morrow eveuiug at
Bonita Circle, No. 104, C. of F., will givo
a sash and handkerchief pirty at Mangels
Hall, corner of Twenty-lourth and Folsom
streets, on Friday evening next
The pupils of Anderson's Academy will
give a spider party next Saturday evening
at their hall, corner Seventeenth and Noe
The anniversary ball of the Germania
Club will take place at Saratoga Hall ou
Thursday evening, the 25th inst.
The Zig-Zag Social Club will give their
next dance at Mission Music-hall, Howard
and Twenty-first streets, on Friday evening,
tbe 26th inst.
Court Pride of Golden West, No. 37, Ju
nior Bratich Ancient Order of Foresters of
America, will hold their fourth open meet
ing at Sbiels Building, 32 O'Farrell street,
on Wednesday eveniue, January 7th.
The Iriton Boat Club will give a party on
New Tear's eve at their boat-house.
The Children's Progressive Lyceum,
which meets eacli Sunday morning at 909%
Market street, will hold in that building oii
next Saturday a bazaar during the day from
10 o clock in the morning, with dancing dur
ing the evening. Fancy and floral booths,
with other attractions, presided over by lady
aids, will be attractive to visitors. The
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proceeds wiil be chiefly applied to the pur
chase of holiday presents for the members,
which will be distributed on the following
Saturday evening from an evergreen tree in
the same hall, with dancing, music and
General William M. Lent and family are
visiting in Colorado, en route for this city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Crocker have returned
to the city alter spending several months at
Judge McShafter was recently the guest
of his son, Mr. P. J. Shatter, in Marin
Captain George Ross has been visiting
Mr. W. E. Kittle, Mr. J. K. Orr and Mr.
F. R. Webster, members of the Country
Club, visited their preserves recently.
Mrs. J. J. Furbish and Miss Furbish have
returned to Oakland after an extensive trip
throughout the Eastern States.
Colonel and Mrs. William Forsyth have
proceeded to New York and are at the Im
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Burton of Vancouver
are in this city.
Mrs. W. W. Stow accompanied her hus
band on his recent trip to Grass Valley
Miss Violet Soule has returned home from
a visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Crutcher of
Mrs. J. W. Caples and Miss Maud Caples
are recent visitors to Mrs. Dr. Duraut of
Dr. Huß.iis has bought the Wood proi erty
at Sau Rafael, and Miss Florence Blythehag
rented the Ttinstcd property tliere.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias of lsos Post street,
who were visiting friends in Los Angeles,
have returned home.
Mi-s Maud O'Connor has returned to the
city after an absence of six mouths iv the
Mr. E. Green way will pass the winter at
the California Hotel.
-Mr. Frauk X. Cicott is at the Grand Hotel
A lo.itivt. From Justice Ilan.etl by Cote
li'tya in 'Ipin.
Andrew T. Baugh, foimerly a resident of
this county, but for throe years a fugitive
from justice, was recently hanged by cow
boys on the frontier of the State of Texas,
says an Atlanta iGa.) sjecial to tlie Cincin
There are two Indictments in this county
against him for horse and cattle stealing,
and he rau away from this county to avoid
these charges. For months he remained la
the weeds between here and Logansville,
and between Logansville and Walnut Grove.
At one time a narty of ten men, with the
Sheritlsof liwinliett and Walton, hemmed
him in a patch of woods south of tliis place,
but, despite their lilies and shotguns, be
successfully detied the wholo crowd and
made good his escape, though some of the
sliot from the gun of one of the poose
lodged in Bcugh's hip.
The people nil around Lawrenceville for
weeks lost one after another of their cattle,
and everyone believed and charged B.ugh
as being tlie thief who stole tliem. lt was
tins thieving business tnat caused his sudden
taking off. Mr. Triimau Smith, a prominent
citizen of this county, has a son just from
Texas, and this young man, who is perfect
ly reliable, says that the cowboys caugnt
Baugh and two other men with some of
their cattle, carrying them to Mexico, and
as the cow hoys tame upon the party driving
tin ir stolen cattle Baugh's crowd made a
break for escape. Two of them succeeded
in getting away, bin Baugh was shot by
one of tlie party, and the wound disabled
bim from getting away. They caught him,
aai without a moment's time for prepara
tion, and without any ceremony, hung him
on tue spot, and left him hanging.
J P Good. St Louis G R Swain. Petrolia
EPennington, 81 Louis s I sto.-khoff, Eureka
G Rivers. Vermont F J Preen, Eureka
J L Knight. Holllster A w Alexander. Fiireka
J Hayse, Id Paso J Nasuiirg, Fiureka
H I. Pierce, Cleveland W White, Tulare
J Campbell. Dublin T Stewart. Tuiare
L HCraub. Kan.as S W irjer. Pennsylvania
J Elder. Mansfield J a bails. Pennsylvania
C A Painter. Seattle X B Towesend. Giruilive
J w Hawkins, Dallas T C Williams, Red Biutt
C Fink. Los Angeles D fire?orv, Ked Bluff
U .1 Hamilton, St. Helena i A Cre-ent. London
P sun-lair. VtatsonvUle Mrs Collins. Petnlnma
6 Brown,Oallfornla ill Lauiie, Redding
Ek Williams, Ban Jose G W Kane, Redding
I. Hlgnera, i osGatos T Rntterbeck, I.ivenuorc
f V Rlngold. Sim Carlos IC Atkinson. Chic.-'go
J Rlj.psert. Nevada J Watson, Elmlre
Mrs Stanley. Los Angeles F Powell, st Louis
I l'ctiiuan, Portland |C Coojit-r, st Lou s
A Wilkinson, Portland J Ashurst, New Orleans
w s Hoover, stapa .t; B smith, Byron
W Humphrey. California! F: Me.Mahon, Seattle
J Walsh. Calllornla s JI Garrison, tigdcn
M II Me.Her, llelvoy Ed Prltchelt, Sunimllt
W IS Allyu. Fair, ka C Walker A w. Louisville
W Malley, San Jose G Wa ker. Louisville
J C Keyes, SaUSailtO Miss M Walker.l.oiii,ville
P. Prange, Omaha Miss A viaiker.LoulsvHle
1 Sweens. Sausallto Miss Harris, Detroit
WJ watkins, Detroit H Edwards, Midway
H Harris i w, Detroit w Bcanlln, Redding
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
J C Vanneas, New York w w WUilamt, Lincoln
C E Mi Callcrty. Stockton A Leary. Santa' Rosa
D L Sampson, Colorado Miss N Goodrich, Good-
J is J.n ksoß, Colorado rich Couijianv
J P Furlong, Rattle Mtn Miss L Kendall, do
J D Rlchir.i, California Miss KLawrence, do
M X Riugoid. Canada Miss P Keudall, do
MJ Gillette Awf. Portlnd W Pottle, Uo
X O Wilson, Portland Et Jackson, do
G L Thompson, Portland Wl4 McKey, do
F.I stone, California M Brannan, do
L Vallc, Guatemala G A (i;t, do
J Miranda, Guatemala F Kay, _ 0
Ml-s i: Williams, Victoria JRMcCann. do
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C L Black, Sacto J w Jen-en, sausallto
J Pi rklns. California G W Smith, Sausalito
H Dcnlson. Ogden D Smith, Sausalito
H L Armstrong, Kansas EC Zane, California
F" 11 I rltih.rd. IJenver E Kelev, st Helena
G Jones, Brooklyn L Msgticr, New Vurk
F I. Smith, San Diego H North, San Rataei
JI. Meyers, Caitoruia J Loss villa, Sausalito
Jl Balleotlne, NY A Williams. Boston
J E Bury, Oakland C Boyle, Los Angeles
(i A Dwyer. .Mexico JI .1 Sims, New York
W 1 Duttj , Portland w Waller, Ctah
IS L Husuii. Fresno S Conningham, Petaluma
t J Ferguson. Suto J p Reynolds, Vaiicju
I> X Tuck, Wash | i Nag.c, Pliladeiphla
1' T F.vaiis Aw, Snta Cruz G Ra.to A w, Colusa
He 1 inner, Oakland |DJ Hotclulss, Hess OpCo
Mrs A F Miller, Sacramto W T Lyon. New Haven
E J Gregory, S-cramentolEmma Hope, Sonoma
P H Jordan, s cramento J II Lcndreth, Napa
R (ireen, Maylield T Flint Jr. sau .luau
II N Putnam, Oakland I. ii tiarregus. Selina
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J F Evan, wA c, Napa |a M Cronies, Cloverdale
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A Summergiittn, N York X C Hartson, Napa
G I'u'iensteln. New York T B Bunting, Saute Cruz
FZ Smith, Truckee Mrs Bunting, Santa Cruz
8 II Qulnn, Rorklln Mrs C A Hubert A 2 chid
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UiMf.f '"• ctl!ca '*0 J B Hunter. Cincinnati
W P < hegney, Phlladelpa G Fuller, San Ulego
T II SmiOi. Gold Hill I R Baldwin. Minn
E U Colinau. Stocklun E l'fister. Roeklln
W L Gfll, San Jose G Llchtenberg, Va City
M L Ri-qua, Oakland II a p Carter, Wasbg DC
W N Cowoul, Woodland S U Rucker, San Joso
RL F Fischer, Oakland J QllCfc, Stockton
J J Moore, Ban Ra'aet F F Hunt, Quebec
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T D Parker A ry, N York iW Llcanor, San Rafael
A R Lyon&pSan Jme R E Robblns, California
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— «a»- —
FcLi.-nnKßJssuiTu fob HinE, suitable for ball]
parties, weddihgs or receptions, on reasonable terms,
at Original Misfit Clothing Parlors, uorthwest corner
Post and Dupont streets.
"Blind Jolmiiie," of Philadelphia, lias
been a professional beggar for the last
thirty years, and is known to be worth
520.000. This fact makes people go out of
their way to tip him a quarter. Men who
would uot give an ordinary beggar a dime
will band this rich beggar a dollar.
A IJKI'AIIIMK.MIL JUITXY.
I HAVE eaten your bread anil salt,
I luive drunk your water and wine,
•Ihe deaths ye died I have watched beside
And _ia lives that yu led were iulue. '
Was tie re aught that I did not share
lv vigil or toll or ease—
One Joy or woe that I did not know,
XJear beans across the seas ?
I have written the tale of our life
Fora sheltered people's mirth,
In Jesting guise—but ye are wise.
And ye kuow what tbe jest is worth.
PRELUDE AND FINALE.
BY FEED F. FOSTER.
T(<&*jJWnEN not quite lfi. orphaned by the
Haf_afj— l'<'lli'' "! llis niother, and but little
—BIICT better than penniless, Wesley
Vane left his native place and went to Bos
ton where, "recommended" by liis personal
appearance onls', he eventually secured a
situation on pay that barely enabled him to
keep soul and body together.
llis real worth was easily discernible,
thoroughly appreciated by bis employers;
and lie was gradually promoted, until at 24
he held a responsible and lucrative position.
Meanwhile he had devoted his leisure mo
ments lo lhe cultivation of his talents, es
pecially gratilied a taste for literary work,
whicli alTorded him great pleasure, though
not particularly remunerative.
Finally he wrote a novel which, having
been refused by numerous publishers, found
its way Into the hands of one who ventured
to cive it to the world. It proved a wonder
ful success; exhausted edition after edition ;
was a veritable bonanza botb for himself
and its publisher; caused sincere regrets on
the part of those who bad not favorably re
As did Lord Byron, "he awoke one morn
ing to find himself famous." Requests for
contributions from liis pen poured in upon
him from editors and publishers In every
part ef lhe country, autl even from foreign
lands, and prices were offered for his work
that a shoittiine before would have seemed
to him almost fabulous.
Rejoiced at his sudden distinction, he could
not repress a feeling of sadness that there
was no living person who was vitally inter
ested in liis success; that he had won,
neither from man ncr woman, the tender
regard whicli alleviates our sorrows, en
hances our joys, by reason of liis retiring
disposition; realizes that a genuine love is
more essential to earthly happiness than is
He decided to devote liis time thenceforth
to literary pursuits, sent in his resignation
(o the linn with whicli be had so long been
connected—to be regretfully accepted—and
then left the ciiy on a hardly earned and
much net did vocation.
Tlie huge, old-fashioned meeting-house,
jWith its "sheep-pen" pews and spacious gal-
XRries at Canfield —a pretty New England
village—was rapidly tilling, tis it was wont
to till only when its busts of summer visit
ors were in the place.
As they entered the sanctuary that lovely
Sunday morning, the people could but notice
the exceptionally excellent manner in which
the voluntary was being played, and many
looked toward the organ-loft, where were
Visible the head and shoulders of a man,
who sat upon the stool usually occupied by
'lhe organist had come to Canfield tho
previous Kiiday, but, In the meantime, had
been heard to play upon a cabinet organ,
owned by tbe family of which l.c was a
teiiiLu-rary member, very skillfully. And
when, tbe preceding evening, he was invited
by the leader of the choir to officiate in the
place of the regular organist, who had been
suddenly called Irom the town by the death
of a near relative, he readily consented to
Among the singers he found one. a Miss
Bridgbain, in whom he at once became in
ten stiti. Apparently not far from 20years
of age, she was 1 clow the average height of
•women, bad a faultless figure and features
that might have bei_i those of a saint. Ilcr
voice had a volume, sweetness, compass
that would have been creditable to a eai.ta
trice, and he supposed her. like himself, a
temporary resident in Canfield.
The next morning, taking his accustomed
after-breakfast ramble, he came lo a cottage
outside tbe limits of tlie villttgo proper at
which he stood and gazed fixedly, as he bad
once before since his arrival iv Canfield.
While standing thus a lndy, noueother than
Miss Bridgham,appeared In the doorway of
the cottage and, seeing him, advanced to
the gate Boar which he was, end said:
" Good morning, Mr. Meiton ; I am pleased
to see yon." in a most cordial tone, extend
ing her band to bim as she spoke.
" Good morning," he lespondcd, lifting his
hat and taking her hand in his own. "This
is where you are stoimiiig?"
"This is where I live."
"Ah!" and the monosyllable expres°ed
" Wont you come in ''" she asked.
"Thank yon, 1 will for a few minutes,"
he answered, following her to what was
evidently the "best room" in the cottage,
where even thing was neat and nothing ex
A brief conversation convinced each that
the other was finely educated. At h"r re
quest he played several pieces on a piano in
tlie room, aud then she snug to bis accom
"1 think few of the professionsl singers
whom I have been privileged to hear have
voices superior to ye ur own," he remarked
iv a way that assured her of his sincerity.
" Thank you," she replied, a slight crim
son stealing to her cheek. "1 am passion
ately fond of music, but have had am ost no
opportunity to study It."
By degree* he learned that she was the
only child of a man who had oi.re lieen a
wealthy men li nt in a near ciiy, but bad
di'-d a bankrupt; that her mother did not
long suivive him ; that, six yea- s before, she
had come tn Canfield to live with her aged
giandparenls, towbu^e support she had con
tributed by teaching in the public schools of
that antl neighboring tow ns.
The "few minutes" had glided into more
than an hour when be arose to take his de
parture. He was Invite, to call again and
saitl Ihat be should certainly avail himself
of the Invitation to do so, and he did,
scarcely allowing a day to pass without see
Nothing furnishes a stronger bond of
union between two persons than does music,
and, almost before they were aware of lt,
the friendship tbat Mr. Morton and Miss
Bridgbain entertained for each other had
developed into a far more powerful senti
One day, as they were discussing various
works of fiction, she mentioned the title of
a novel which, in her opinion, had not been
praised as it ought to have been.
"And to think," she said, "that the author
once lived in the cottage where my home i«.
lain not a hero-worshiper, but i beliefe-I
would rather see him than any one else on
"Would you?*' he quietly inquired.
"I guess so," she tremulously answered,
"He stands before you."
"What!" she exclaimed in amazement
"I am Wesley Vane."
"You Wesley Vane?" she repeated.
" I am," he rejoined sinilitig. " I came
here under an assumed name to avoid the
adulation that I was confident would be
showered upon me were my identity known •
assured thnt the years which have elapsed
since I went from Canfield—during which I
cannot recollect meeting a single resident of
this place—had wrought such a change in
my personal appearance that no one here
could recognize me, as proved lo be the
" What you have said of mv novel has
afforded me greaier Dleasure than has all
the praise that critics have bestowed upon
il," he continued. ** I love you, Mollie—
he addressed her by her Christian name for
the first time—" as 1 have deemed it impos
sible for mo to love any one. Will you not
allow me to provide for you and youfgaud
parent. in the future?"
For an answer, she placed her hand in his,
and, bending, he kissed her.
When It transpired in Canfield who he
really was, the anticipated " adulation " fol
From the cotlage where lie was born his
literary productions go forth to delight and
instruct the reading public. And, in the
church where he first met her who is dearer
to him than fame or fortune, he is to-day the
organist; she, the leading soprano.—Boston
A WAttDEN'S IiNHUMAMTY.
A Condemned Man Not Notified of Ria
Reprieve Till the Hour of Execution.
Warden Dyer ol the Ohio Penitentiary ia
being "roasted" by the press and people
here for his cruel treatment ol Isaac Smith,
the aliened Pike County murderer, on
Thanksgiving night Smith was re
prieved till December 19th for the sixth
time at 8 o'clock in the afternoon of
Thanksgiving day, but was not told about
it until mkloiglit. Tlie poor fellow was
taken upstairs from the annex Into what Is
known as the death-cell, being but a few
>ardsaway from the gallows, one door of
tbe cell opening out on tho gallows. Smith
was put in the cell early in the evening aud
loft alone for six noun in the hope that he
would weaken and confess. At 10 o'clock he
sent for a priest and dictated a statement
to the public, in which he stated that
standing on the brink of eternity, he sol
emnly declared that he knew nothing what
ever of the death of his cousin, Stephen
Skidmore (Smith was convicted on circum
stantial evidence). What he must have
suffered wlille in the death cell alone for six
hours no mortal toueue can tell. The strain
was so great that wheu told of his sixth re-
prieve lie broke down and cried. He is now
sick in bed from nervous prostration.
Popp, who also was to have been hanged
that night, was informed early In the even
ing of his reprieve, went to bed and slept
well, merely saying "Thank you," in broken
■ It is thought that Governor Campbell will
read the riot act to Warden Dyer for this
cruel and inhuman treatment of Smith.—
Special to Globe-Hemocrat.
DOWN TO D-ATII.
A Wimesa Describes the Battle In the
Btreets nt Buenos Ayres.
C. H. Abbey of Kansas City has just re
turned from an exciting business trip
through the Argentine Republic. He gives a
very interesting history of his trip. Among
other things he says:
"I witnessed from the top of a house the
great battle In the streets of Buenos Ayres,
in whicli 3800 people were killed. The streets
were filled with the bodies of dead men,
and there was literally a river of blood.
It was an opportunity that comes to a
man but ouce in a lifetime to see a great
battle lought in a great city, md it will last
a lifetime. The troops fought witliout sense
or reason, but they fought bravely. They
would barricade the streets with the bodies
of dead men and horses and fight behind
them. But no one could say anything
against their bravery. Talk about tbe
charge of the Six Hundred ! The officers
would send company alter company down
to what we knew and what they knew to be
certain death, and they never flinched or
hesitated. They were never driven back.
The heaps of the slain demonstrated that
brave, desperate men are not all dead yet.
And what was more remarkable was the
character of those regiments of Argentine,
lt Puked like a miniature battle-field of all
nations of Europe. Americans, Italians,
Grecians, Turks, Auslrisns, Swedes, French
and Spaniards fought side by side in the
contending armies, for all nations are well
represented in the city of Buenos Ayres.—
St. Louis Star Stayiugs.
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4.50 PM 11.09
6.27 PM 0.29
7.48 FU 1.31
1 9.05 PM ! 2.311
'.21-AMI 8.29 pm!
1.31 AM | 9.19 ru.
1.16 AM 10.11 PM
.09 am 11.11 pm!
I.-.. PM 0.00 AM
1.31pm 0.09 am
Large. I Small, I
'.311 i-m! 1.01 am'
SHI I'l'lN,; l.NTi'.l.l.ll.r.NCF'.
tor Java tllupfuny /ntetttcmea w« jbiy.'U.t fais.
Sunday. Dec 14.
Stinr Sauta Cruz. Trlbble. 2V4 days from San
Pedro; produce, to Goodull. Perkins A Co.
Stinr ii W Elder. Lewis. 60 hours from Portland,
via Astoria 50 hours;-1.75--sks wheat, to Allen A
Stinr Gipsy, Plummcr. 12 hours from Sauta Cruz,
etc; produce, to Goodall. Perkins A Co.
stmr Bouita. Leland, ss hours from Huoncme;
produce, to Goodall, Perkins A Co.
Stinr Willamette Valley, I'aton, 70 hours from
.equina; pass and indse, to W 15 Webster.
Stinr Mexico, Yon Helms, 9 oays from Guaymas:
pass and indse. to Goodall. Porklns A Co.
Stmr Corona, Hannah. 19V,, inurs Inn Eureka;
cassand indse, to Goodali. Perkins A Co.
Stmr Celia. Johnson, 3 days from Cuo3 Bay; 220
M ft lumber, to Hluglns A Collins.
Br ship Clackmannanshire, CouDer, 128 days from
London: llldse. to l.irviu, lialdivlu A Eyre.
Bktn Monitir, Iverson, i days from Humboldt;
'-'01 M ft lumber. SUB M shingles, to Chas Nelson.
Bktn Gen Butler. Anderson, 14 days tm Ctsalady
lumber, to Pope A Talbot.
Brig J1) Sprockets. Christiansen, 13' _ days from
Kahuiul: suga-, etc, to J I) Sprackels A Bros.
Brig Perry Edward, Anderson. 25 days from Mar
quesas; mdsi-, to a Crawford A Co.
Schr Thcrese. Sciimalliig, 20 hours from Bowens
Landing; UOOO posts, to 0 L Dlngiey A Co.
schr Albion, Hansen, 25 hours rrom Ames Land
ing: S cords bark. UUOO posts, lo N Iverson.
Schr Mary Buhnc. Molle. 5 days from Humboldt'
195 M ft lamber. to Charles Nelson.
Schr .Newark. Berk. •.' days fr&in Bowens Landing.
15S M ft lumber, to C L Dingier A Co.
Schr Christina Stenens. Hanson. 4« hours from
Bless arte Point: Tti cis wood, to Higgins A Collins;
60 bxs apples, to II Hccaman.
schr Bender Brothers. Zaddart. 56 hours from
Bowens Lauding; 35 els wood, 70110 posts, to Bend
Schr Ocean Spray, Peterson. 24 hours from Iver
jjons Landing; wood and posts, to N Iverson.
Suitoat, Dec 14.
Stmr State or California, Ackley. Astoria.
Stmr Santa Rosa, Alexander. Sau utego.
Stmr Record. Jensen, Mendociao.
Stmr Aloatraz. Johnson, t.'oos Bay
Stmr Alameda, Morse, Honolulu, Sydney and
Shlji Blue Jacket. Farrell, Seattle.
Br ship Inch Keith, Grainger, Galway.
Schr Wing and Wing. >. . - i :n n- -i, Coos Bay.
Schr Johu Hancock. Chioiuan. lishiug.
TV I eg-ran 'ii:,.
POINT LOBOS - Dec 14- 10 f. ji.-Woather
cloudy; wind calm.
Per tug Vi.-llant—Dec 13-10 miles oa* Point
Reyes, Br sh'ji Viscount, troni Callao for Portland.
Per Br ship Clackmannanshire-Oct B—Lat 49 s,
lat S3 W, and ou Oct IS. lat 57 S, lon 75 W, ship
William F Babcock, from Liverpool for Sau Franc
Oct 13-Lat 53 S. lon 62 W, Br bark Llzzlo Bell,
from Antwerp for Oregon. She reports having
blown away a suit of sails 3 days previous.
Per stmr Bouita—On Dec 12. at 9:30 p M.ofTthe
coast ef Ventura, sighted a light supposed to 03 a
steamer's headlight. It proved to be the sloop Ariel
of Santa Barbara hooked on to the sunken
yacht Undine: all prosheets ot raising her the fol
lowing morning and towing to Santa Barbara. The
Ariel wished to be reported.
EUREKA-Arrived Dec 14-Stmr Humboldt, hce
Dec 13: sciirs Elect™ and Emma and Louisa, lienco
Dec 9: schr Ivunhoe, from Louipoc; scius y'onflanza
and Western Home, hence Dec 10; stmr National
City, hence Dec 13.
Sailed Dec 14-Stmr Pasadena: schr Ida McKay
and stmr Westport, for San Francisco.
SAN PEDKO-Sailed Dec 13_Sclir Laura May.
SAN DlK'.u-Arrived Dec 14-Stinr Alcazar
Sailed Dec 11—Schr Mary X Ituss.
ASlOßlA—Arrived Dec 14—Br stmr Mougkut
hence Dec 11; Brship ArJnauiurchan, from Cape
NANAIMO-Salled Dec 14-Br stmr Hounslow,
for Sau Diego.
Arrivod Dec 13—Bark Valley Forge, from San Fc
Movements of Tr inst itl-intt • Ste inters.
NEW YORK—Arrived Dec 14—stmr Trave, rroin
Bremen; stmr Italia, from Mediterranean ports.
SANTA CI'.UZ-I'er Glpsv-600 bbls 11me,5 cs coal
oil, 35 bxs grajies, '2 bxs tuiiter, 3 cs cheese.
Pigeon Point—ti bxs butter, 2 pkgs hardware, 140
drawers cheese, 1 pco casting.
Monterey-85 bills hides, 5 bdls pelts, 1 sack tails,
m sks bones, 7 bbls mackerel, 2 bxs apples, 5 boxes
Moss Landing—l4l7 sks wheat, 1063 sks potatoes,
229 sks oats, . cs eggs.
Pajaro Valley—2Uo sks oats, 262 sks beaus, 5 sks
HUENEME—Per Bon'ta—l coop chickens, 1 box
rollers, 1 coop turkeys, 59S sks barley, ISM sheep.
Redondo—3 cars curblug.
Ventura—lS tons gypsum.
MARQUESAS—Per Percy Edward—3 bis wool, 57
HOME MADE^^^S PURE
& BEST i^^^ttINtSPFLAVQH
no! 9 iv cFrSa M o
HAIR ONTHE FACE, NECK, ARMS OR ANY'PART OF THE PERSON
jOg^f^J QUICKLY DISSOLVED AND REMOVED WITH THE NEW SOLUTION
If! * ftQPSKe =
\ *MDTH« OKOKTH roßEVlll. |i I.STUIII HU WIIH.iI r THK Sl ISSn INJI RVi.i
7 r^ . msrotoßATioM or thjt most nt-i.icATS sjtix.-insr.iwini, nr jK-i'itii\'-r
(_k^^ K_^ a. l!L *-'';T'", •"•■•in", a" incomplete mixture was aecUeßtallr spilled on tbs
V^l rack of tl.. hand.andon washing afte, ward it wm discovered tliatihc! -
-7^l /' \ll SBfiSaS-*"! 0.' 1! '", ■ra"T',', l• vv 0 purchase.! tbo new discovery and name.: it
\i \t ' \SI WODi.M'.. It is perfectly pure, free from nil injurious substance*, and so
JA VL . _ \V eiople any one can nse it. It acts mildly but surely, nnd JOB will be snr.
ffti J^ttVtXtfy^ftVt prised and delighted with lhe resnlls. Apply for s tew minute* and ths
*fl mtSßftrt: ~-a l\ lisir disappears as if by msgic. lt has no roseihblanco whatever to any
H __t«V-tv_a_tt'i \ other preparation ever used for a like purpose, and no scientific discorrrv
I «rWP--as! i ■•'/ \ ele>* "'tamed such wonderful results. IT CANNOT FAIt. II thi
I /\KsJ_.'_s^'-y< \ growth be light one niiDlication will remove it permanent']': the heavy
I / Yn_7\«i 1 irowthsnihasthebeanlorhairon moles may re.iulro two or more »ddl.
I ( %^!a-»./ / / catlona before all the roots arodestroyed, althongh all hair will bereim.,.j
\ \ JLl|-i- /. Z ateachapplicalion, and without tho slightest injury or unrleasant feeling
\ V^J\3 J 'ati^ Xj when applied orcver afterward. modese ci i'Ercedes tLECTinLrsi" -
X Jf&Jftfi^V&iytlmy^ —J?_omm«ni/«J fey 0.7 wno Jiaea fasfvef its msrits—Ustd by people c' rrftrtemen* -
Js.ff\£ * •i*YTsJw&2£!ift i GcoUeuiea vno j 0 rn ,t anpreciate nature's gift of a bear.l wi'l md a
//, A>/r-^>' I'S\%*S3-l *-ri,-'-!e'9 toon in Modene, which dews away with shaving. It diVsolVes and
/_VJ\<?v. <-*^^'->_q(-*' destroys tho life principle of the hair, thereby rendering its future growth
*_\S\SJ rFT_^UlS2_»«* '."."'"sj ImpoSEibility, and is guaranteed lo be as haruilea. as water to Ibe
™fl fftoVft b P IllUMlVaf *b in-, ,louV.'* ror'"'n B. wh. o fin-'.* ■*** fn"arrassing growth of hs^rcoming.
'VrVt U I ' -Afty **><>« M use Jloaene to destroy its growth. Modeue sent by mail, in .afrty
_ j i_--J! "3 *Or . mailing cases, rostage paid, (secure y scaled from observation 'V, Ai*2—_
efpric., St .00 per bottle. Send money by letter, with your full addroslv, ri ten p?a iulv^Com__3SS
"« JBsltt*__ k rostage stamps received the same ascash. alwats mextionlova co "iVt AsoT-'i.JiSa
_-__aTjfi_LMt MODENE MANUFACTURINQ CO_ CINCINNATI. O. U.S. A t CCTTBISOU.",
WANTEnENTS \ y """"I"" 8 »'THE HIOHIST -RAOE HAIS PREPARATIOM. *\ _; IT__T**M
HANTED. !l You can r.olaf.r »our J.H»r ot m. />oif-o^ua anil Ir-ur. i-, anf. rfyi" > ™ t* im aiTaaaairS
We -tr„ jsi.ooo rot failure or the siiohtest mimi^^&TrJvxtiM^AsS^pm^i
mrZO «o«9p monb "4***
bis fungus, lis tons copra, 138 bis cotton, 1 cs gnns,
8210 cocoanuts, I ca lamp wicks, 800 bxs oranges.
fort BRAGG—Per Cooa Bay—l pkg indse, 5 ski
abaionea. 1 cs dry goods.
KAHULUI—Per J G spreckels-270 hides, 15 koa
timbers. 40 cs coal mi. 2295 bags sugar.
YAQUINA BAY-l'er WHllaniette Valley—l 2 bbls
BT7 cs salmon, aaoo sks oats, 208 sks wheat. 1742 qr
sks 662 hf sks flour, 787 sks potatoes, lb bdls hides,
8 H isks quicksilver, 15 M ft lumber, 67 ship knees.
245 bxs apples, 3 cs ezgs, 1 bx skins, 30 pkgs chairs,
3 s-s grape rout, 91 Oils trees, 57 sks oysters.
EUREKA—Per Corona—l bbl whisky. 3 pkgi
plow, 651>,_ M shingles. 36K bxs apples. I bxs cloth
ing. 1 pkg hardware. 26.688 ft lumber. I horse, 9
M shakes. 2 pkgs indse. 1 bx trull, 13 rolls leather,
•26 bxs butter, 83 aks bark, 1 cs oggs, 1 cs dry goods
91 redwood doors, a bbls scrap iron, 7 bis rags, i cs
cigars, 132 bxsflsn.
Fields Landing—476 bxs apples, 39 bis excelsior
1 bdl deerskins, 155 sks peas, 10 sks potatoes. 2
UUAYMAS. ETC-Per Mexico-758 green hides
80 sks plumbago, 4 bis fish fins. 872 sks ore. 4 boxes
■ewiug machines, 60 sks tarote bark, 10 bales daml
anas, '-18 salt hides. 1 bill deer skins. 19 sks coin 2
sks Chile peppers. 85 bars bullion, 8 bxs limes 473
bis oranges, 15 sks failing, 4 bxs Mexican coin 21
LON DON*—Per Clackmannanshire—s99 tons scrap
iron. 5500 tons Purtland cement, 50 bbls Stockholm
tar. 75 casks bottled beer, 200 es Hungarian water,
167 cs 100 pkgs nidse. 252 tons coke.
NEWPORT—Per Santa Cruz—4ss sks peanuts. 53
sks walnuts, 8 pea wagon, 589 sks corn, 3 cs c goods,
1 cs eggs, 1 bis oranges, 90 cs honey, 1 coop turkeys,
1 cs bacon.
Sau Pedro—l3 bxs lemons, 10 bxs oranges.
Redondo—34 sks drlc.l fruit, 7 sks walnuts, 6 s 1
horns, 95 bxs lemons, 3 cs drugs, 35 bxs limes, 2 cs
tobacco, 3 bxs machinery. 1 bx shoes, 5 bxs metal,
293 sks popcorn, 88 bxs oranges, 4 bbis wdisky. 1 hf
bbl wine, 35 bxs lime, 6 bxs c goods, 1 cs ciothlug, 1
box nuts, 1 box plumes.
Hueneme— 1 cs eggs, 1 pkg frames.
Ventura—222 sks corn. 21 sus almonds, 195 sks
walnuts, 4 sks dried peaches, 9 cs eggs, 1 sk wool. 1
bdl Hides, 23 cs honey. 1 lot 20 sis asphaitum. 2
bxj green frull, 7 sks nuts, 1 bx prunes. 1 cs candy.
40 sks popcorn, 1 bi dry gouds, 2 coops chickens, 25
bxs Ictuuus, 549 sks beans, 20 sks dried fruit, 1 ca
Santa Barbara—l sk coffee, 1 bx shoes, 9 sks green
Gaviota—l cs eggs, scs honey, 25 sks crawfish, 30
Port Harford—l2 cs cheese, 13 cs egirs, 10 sks dry
fruit. 16 hf bxs butter, 2 cs toys, 36 bis apples. 1 cs
boots. 1 bbl crockery, 1 bbl wine, 11 sks corn, 1 bale
dry goods. 4 pkgs harrows.
Cayucus—27 bis butter, 3es eggs, 1 coop turkeys,
I coop chickens.
San Simeon—33 hf bxs butter, 3hf cs eggs, 1 coop
turkeys, 6 bis fish.
Con.l a niMia.
Per Gipsy—Dodge, Swecnoy A Co; Gets Bros A Co;
Norton, Teller A Co: Sliattuck, Kowalsky A Co; 11
Cowell; Brighaiii, Hopjie A Co; M T Freitas A Co;
Martiu, Feusler A Co; C E Whitney & Co; Yon Euhu
A Uecht: Evelcth A Nash; Vr 11 Sumner A Co: A O
Maxcy; Blsslngcr A Co: Dalton Bros; Mutual Oil Co:
Ross A- Hewlett; Russ,-Sanders A Co; WolL Brown
A Co; II Hogan; Clayourgh A v.aldeck.
Per Percy Edwurd-A Crawford A Co; A Wilklns
Per Bonlta—Palmer A Rey: Smith's Cash Store; O
Williams: Brown A Draper; Ventura Piaster Co; A
Berber—ng a Co; Starr A Jadaon.
Per Corona—T Taylor A Co:R 1* Osborn _ Co: J F
Byibee: Overland Freight and, Transfer Co; Hp
Gregory A Co; w il Pri,- _ Cos. T 11 Minor; McKay
A Co: A Crocker A Co; Goodall, Perkins A Co: J H
Kruse; Dodge, Sweeney _ Co; A C Nichols at Co: G
Onesti; Hills Bros; 8 Levy A Co; Wheaton A Luhrs;
II I.iebus A Co: Cbas Hurley * Co; Wetmore Bros;
Preston A llcKiiinon; F'vcleth A Nash; Price.Berlin
A Co; Russ, Sanders A Co; Uctz Bros A- Co: Hicks «
Ju.ld: Witzet—. Baker; Rlsdon, Cahen A Co; Buyer
A Reich: Norton. Teller A Co: Vervalln A Rowo: II
Raphael; B M Atciilnsou A Co; Wells. Fargo A Co:
Porter Bros A Co; D Keefe A Co; Unluu Ice Co; E R
Stevens A Co; Boscow A Reed; Levazgl A Barbaric;
Meyer, Mlah A Co: J II JUssing: V. Robinson; M D
Stewart; Lane A Connelly: T Sullivau: Whitney
Transferee: W J Murray; Worn A Sou; Italian
Per Coos Bay—Wells, Fargo A Co; E Lomson;
ier J DSpreckels-J DSpreckels A Bros; Alien A
Higgins; Chinese merchants.
Per Willamette Valley —Allen A Lewis: Anspachcr
Bros; Iliilme A Hart: Lrlauger A Gallnger; Peters *
Cowle; Geo Morruw A Co; J Everdlng A Co; Allen
A Higgins: HUutard: Ross A- Hewlett: C J Llest
A Co; Moore, Ferguson A Co; Eveleth A Nash; M E
Mason; Wittland A Fredcrickson: W J Adams: S L
Kline: Schacbt, LemcheA Stciner; Starr A Jtidson;
C E Whitney A Co: Morgan ovsterCo; John Vrede;
Capital Furniture Co; Trnmbull A Beebe; W Kelly;
G \v Lincoln; F M Tenity; Cal Nursery.
Per Jleilco—W Loaiza _ Co; I'.issiuger A Co: J O
Rountreo: T Price: Singer Mtg Co; D Meyer; Ruth-"
--r 4 Boneelien: Schacbt, Lenicke A Stelner; T Bell
A Co: Allison, Gray A Co: Thauuliauser A Co; S B
Peterson: i.ovid A JardJne; Bauk of California: A
Paladini A Co: J Iraucovlcb * Co; Selby s A L Co;
London. P A A Bank; Gardiner A Thornley; Anglo-
Callt ,riila Bank.
Per Clackmannanshire—Glrvln. Baldwin A Eyre:
Order: Mlddleton A Co: C Graet A Co.
Per Santa Cruz-D Keefe A Co; Wetmore Bros: *_
Scatena A Co; Baker A- Hamilton: Dalton Bros: E R
Stove.-is A Co: Bassctt A Hunker; John Laws: Price,
Berlin A Co; Shattuck, Kowalsky A Co: J J Melius;
Allison, Gray A Co; Sherwood A Sherwood; L Glld
macher; G J Wright; 1. II Moore: Stoddard Bros; H
Bennemann; C a p II Tirrell: American I'ressAssii;
Schaclit, Lenicke A Stelner; Porter Bros A Co; L G-
Sresovich; Price, Perl in A Co: Goidlerg, B * Co; o
M Savage: Starr A Judsou: J Dellman; .i PThontas;
A C Schlndler: J S llutchliison: Levi Strauss A Co:
II N Til.leu A Co: Rouse, Anderson A Co: Schroeder
A Co; Santa Rosa Jier Co; C L Ulugley A Co; Colt,
Barton A Co; D Keefe A Co; II Dutard; C J Bliss:
Jones A Co: Calm, Nlckelsliurg * Co; Irvine Bros;
C E Whitney A Co: Smith's Cash Store: Lincoln lev
Co; Russ, Sanders A Co; S Mclleury A Co; C S Cash
Store; J FI Garrett: Roth A Co; Rothschild A Flhren
pfort: Hart Saddlery Co: W W Montague A Co: Fel
genbaum A Co; Wangeiihelin. S A Co; M Goldtree:
Rlsdon, Cahen A Co; Getz Bros & Co: Dalton Bros;
O H Smith A Co: Ross A Hewlett: L Felling A Co;
D Tiedi -nun A- Co: Brlgliam, Ilnppe A Co: 0 Mont
gomery: l'heljis. nn. ..-i a Co: Hegler A Johnson; 8
F'erfra: Jlarsnall. i egeart A llrorsen.
Shoppinje on Broadway.
A Jaunty bonnet, dainty muff,
A veil tbat lies just low enough
To show benea'.li, two lips ol red,
And cheek 3 wlieie rose aud lily wed.
She scans a widow, where displayed,
Ate liais to charm each artless maid.
She sees a Irieiid-ali! .bat a smile!
All passers-by It doth beguile.
For underneaili those carmine lips
Are leetli as wlilie as sails of ships.
Showing that dally 'tis her wont
To brush her leetli with SOZODONT.
Every Day of the Seven
Teeth should be biushed with SOZODONT In or
der to keep them white, or to render them so.
Specks and blemishes n on tlieir stuffce. disap
pear after applying SOZODONT a few limes.
Tbe Ruins acquire a coral tint, and ?row hard
from the use of SOZODONT. Analysis discloses
nothing imjiuie in ihis preparation. Ibe ladles
buy and use SOZODONT I.eoauseihey know that
It is a most effective aid to b.atilv. The sooner
our i eiitiei s commence Its use the better for them.
A Skin of beauty le a Joy ForeTer.
Dll. T. FELIX GOI'KAVD'S
•aOriental Cream, or Magical Beantifler*
_;j j_3__%. , RcmoTos Tan, Plmplee.
*'ft-> So i*3*_?.sV f recl'"*s, >i th-ratc.es,
S : " ■o BtWiSEr- i ':"-' a:i<l >kl" iiiso_.es.
iHf" ;■= Igkijr^ft. kl"i tverv blemish oa
«.* J3j fc'si'SSr > s*t _x» beauty and de
)J-s_; 3 S-W'^^leS /mi R" detection.
S* _g — __. '_Jy -eJLIn its virtues
:< = '"_ PVSf It has stood the
«s * ° ftpft?: tr tCTt or tonf
_^-"*SGrr- "*>. 4S >c*rs: no other
._■-_s <*£'- -2*-^ rftl bls ' »,ul *» so
o^sLT*3_. tS J% H/ barniiess we
JiiWSp**-^—, Vi£f*S\ taste ii to be
-y-*>~~ \ sure It Is prop-
F' AAs^skA-A i i \ cr ''" ■"■ *■'•
t _ f 1 '''"■•'■ '-0 ci""»*
l«s«^v -fe .^fc_?r . terfclt of slmt*
*&;*%*ftf;-:.M^!?Mft^' "*??»<»,/ larnanie. 'lhe
M'.^'tr&l'ft'&iftfttzgi.ift'' _ tlif-Ingulshe.
•S? **Jffi_»_^&?JJsVr_=_ti".».'j_ Dr. I. A. saj cr
laid to a lady of tno t,-.ut ton ta patient)-: 'Ms you
ladi.* tcill nag fhrin, I rtcov.tni'nd ' fTuai <IMlfl t-Vcjinj" .
as the Iratt harmful of aii Sk>n preparation*." One
bottle will last six months, using It eyerv day. Also
Poudre subtile removes superfluous hair without
Injury to tho skin.
FERU r. Hopkins, Prop'r, 37 Great Jones st., N. T.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Qeotfi Dealers
iLroughout the D. 8.. Canadas and Kurope.
its* Heware or Base imitations, xiouo Bewar.
et arrest and proof ul any one selling ihe same.
_t3O SuMo dp ly
U'RINKLES, PIMI'IKS. BLACKHEADS AND
suporfluou**! hair peimtMotly retuorcU. KlcsH
incrt'ast'tl or re<lt.c_u. ilair n:i*\ brows colored aud
rtritoreii. liueri'sun-^ bunks 4e.
IBS, F. R. PAPiR, 937 Sutler st,
Agent for the Celebrate- Velaro Cosmetic.
n.i.l .Mo I3t