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VOL.. 3.
CONTENTS.
Locas!, Foreign and General News, ... .....Ist Page
Editorials, Bench and Bar, and Floteam..2d
Loval Mincellatoous. .cocoises -oivu.ra @
DOIE T TR, : . coiovs iinirernsniennice . P
Miscellaneous Advertisemeits..... .. ....4th *
POLICE' POLICR!!
GRAND JURY. ATTENTION
A BRUTAL OUTRAGE AND A
MEAN THEFT.
Committed by Police Officere.
Samuel J. Garrison a respectable com
positor is now Iving a helpless criple at the
Coso House, 411 Sansome street.
Some three weeks back, he slipped and
foil sustaining severe injuries to his hip.
This oceurred on Montgomery Avenue and
the unfortunate man, being unable to pro
ceed on his way, mounted with great aiffi
culty a boot black’s stand to await assiS
tance, dispatching in the meantime a boy
to whom he paid fifty cents, to seek the
sume.
An officer was walking up and down and
Mr. Garrison addressed him bat reccived
no reponse. On doing so a second time,
he va; asked what he wanted and told that
he had better “move on.’’
His reply was to the ¢ffect that, he was
unable to do so having had an accident, and
being well known in the neighborhood was
waiting for some chance acquaintance to
pass from whom he might obtain assist
ance.
Upon this the brutal officer exclaimed,
‘“‘you are drunk you B—"' and seizing him
with both hands dragged him onto the
side walk,
Arriving at the tanks, Mr. Garrison was
thrust into
A FILTHY AND LOUSY CELL.
But even h'ere, he was not allowed torest.
In spite of frequently appealing for mercy,
he was dragged from one cell to another the
whole night, suffering intensely all the
time; and being quite unable to support the
weiglit « f his own body.
In the morning, Mr. Dobson, manager of
the Coso House, being sent for, paid $5 bail
for Mr. Garrison’s release which he ob
tained after much difficulty, and another $l,
for a hack in which the now unconcious
compositor was r«moved, being afterwards
couveyed upstairs by four men.
On makiog] application at the clerks’
desk for three and a half dollars taken from
s person on the previous evening that |
ofticial denied that Garrison, had any
woney about him but handed him his
pocket kuife.
DEATH AND DESTRUCTION!!
THE EARTH OPENS UP!I
Five Hundred Men, Women and
Children Swallowed.
TuxguwM, Basto Islands, June 10,—At 6
this morning laborers going to work noticed
a pecnluar appearance in the sky. Birds
flew madly +bout in all directions and the
most upusual and startling sounds were
heard. about half past six
A RUMBLING SOUUND
similar to distant thunder was heard, thel
earth shook, the sound for a few moments
became lounder and louder, rain fell in
torrents, lightning flagshed, and then
ALL WAS STILL.
The sudden change from blazing light to
inky darkness was followed by
A TERRIBLE CRASH A 8 IF OF FALLING
MOUNTAINS
after which during a momentry flash of
light
THE RARTH OPENED.
The most heartranding shricks rent the air
as
HUNDREDS WENT TO THEIR DOOM.
A terrible night was psssed by the survivors,
who namber about 500, or
ONE HALF THE FORMER POPULATION
as was discovered in the morning.
These are preparing to leave by the first
ship which passes the island.
LATER. The Anierican Consul has gone
aboard a British Man O’ War for protection,
Local scientists have not yet had an oppor
tuuity to investigate the canse of the
disaster.
Teaching the Young Idea How to
Shoot.
Some years bucs, it was an absolute ne
oessity to send our chibdren back East if
we desired togive them anything like a
descent commercial education, Now itis
different. We have many educational in
stitutions in this City at the present day,
each one of which turns out yearly, young
men of promise and ability, but we kncw
of no more successful establishment than
the Pacific Business College. We would
recommend all parents and gnardians who
desire to see their sons become asefal citi
zers and a credit to themselves, to send
them to the Pacific Business College on
Post Street.
A
Wesleyans Condemn Ooercion.
Loxpox, June 4.—A circular has been
sent to 1,000 representative members of the
Wesleyan Church asking their opinion of
the Government's Irish Cocreion bill.
Sixty-nine per ecent of those who read tie
circular condemn the measure. Of tie
minority a large number condemn the pro
posed law, but refuse to sign a petition
against it on the ground that they do not
approve, as members of the church, of
meddling with politics. o s 4
GOING AHSEAD.
What the leading journal of the
Facific Slope, has got to say
O ncerning the Vindicator.
The Daily Eraminer of Sunday last
said: The San Francisco VINDICATOR
comes to us this week greatly eplarged and
improved. Its full and (resh news matter
has crecwded out the ‘‘patent outside”
columns and in every respect the paper
gives evidenee of ‘‘prosperity.”’
Tae Examiner is right, for like itself we
are going ahead. Though as yet we have
no special trains like the ‘‘lmitator” we
are producing an interesting and newsy
'paper. All we want, all we ask for, is
Ithat sapport which we deserve. Some
thing to move the wheels and help us to
‘defray our additional expenses, some of that
)‘"melluid" mainspirng of man’s existence
‘to whieh our Octopus makes oceasional
THE SEWING MACHINE MEN'S
RETAIL UNION.
“The above organization has just been
formed with the very laudable object of
purging the trade of a number of aiw
principled men now engaged in it, and es
tablishing a proper basis of square dealing.
In setting forth their reasons for the ir
auguration of the association they say, and
doubtless truly, that
“ The alarming development and aggress?
iveness; of sewing machine agents in the
retail department, will inevitably lead to
the pauperization and hopeless degradation
of the toiling masses.
It is imperative if we desire to continue
our business, that a check be placed npon
l unjust dealings.
. This much desired, our object can be
‘accomplished only by the united efforts of
those who obey the injunction, in the face
of bard work, thou shall earn thy living.
Thereforr we have formed the order of
the SEwiNG MacuiNE MEN's RETAIL Unron
for the purpose of organizing and directing
the agents of the sewing machine business,
(not as a political organ) for it is more
necessary that we now protect ourselves in
our line, in this there is crystallized senti
ments and measures, borne in mind by us
all. When exercising the right of selling a
sewing. machine, we must bear in mind
that others must live and that it is the duty
of all to assist in supporting with their
votes, only such men as will pledge them
selves to those measures, regardless of any
compary. But mo one will be, however,
compelled to vote with the majority and
calling upon all, who believe in securing
the greatest good.”’ '
Various other praise-worthy motives are
given in the circular issued by the Union
such as the making of industry and morality
greatness but unfortunately we have not
sufficient space at present to enumerate
them all. Truly we have much need of
such associations in this city. We convey
to the Sewing Machine Men’s Retail Union
pur hearty good wishes, and inform them
that our columns will at all times be open
lo assist them in their noble work. Mr. P.
McCann of the Domestic Company, resid
ing at 606 Bartlett street, is the local secre-
BTy i
CHINESE TRAVELERS.
How They Buy tbrough Agents
- and How They Make Money. -
The Chinese purchaser of overland tickets
is just now an object of considerable interest |
pu ‘“‘the street.’”” The breaking down of
the rules concerning comnmissions on tickets
has left a margin for the competitive agents
to secure busincss at different prices. The
Chinese passenger is supposed to be tick
eted—third elass; at 2 uniform rate, e
various lines. Here, however, the ingenuity
of the Chinaman is not defeated. A knowl
edge of the value of the club system, or
excursion party system, seems to have
penetrated to Chinatown. A sleek China
muan, who possesses a knowledge of the
English langaage, drops into the ticket
office and asks what rate he ean secure for
scveral friends. He is given to understand
that there is a uniform rate and a com
mission. In the commission there is a
chance for the Chinese agent, for such he
is, and regularly engaged in the business,
to name the route over which the party
shall go. The road that pays the best com
mission gets the busines, for the Chinesc
negotiator can make a reduction for his
friends out of his commission, although he
is instructed that none of the commission
shall go to the passenger. The faces of Ihe
Chinamen who can sccure Chincse passen
ger business are familiar on ‘‘the street’’ |
and in every ticket office, and diplomacy is
wasted in attempts to get the business they
bring, enough to accmplish very ingenious
and difficult undertakings if applied in
other directions.
e et
A CIIRCUS TRAGEDY.
Many People Burned and Crushed
: to Death.
During the cirens performance at
Neschin near Berlin, Germany, Satarday
evening. & storm arose and a portion of the
roof of a circus structure was blowan off. |
The pendant lamps hanging from the roof
were broken and the blazing petrolenm
poured down upon the heads of the people
below. There were 2 000 spectators, and
a fearful paniec arose. In the midst of the
tumult one of the lightly-bailt wils of the
strueture fell in, and the whole building
immediately collapsed. A large number of
persons was burned, many were tramped to
death, and 300 others were more or less in
jured.
D e L
THE PARSON OFF COLOR,
Red as the rose was she,
Red es the beet was he,
And the marriage service was du'y read,
And readily oat of the church they sped,
1 asked the | arsom the size of his fee,
*1:0t not a read,” he arswered me.
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TRAINS LRAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
LEAVE | | ARBIVE
8:00A (Calistogaand Napa............[ 10:10 A
4:00p e & 52 casensite i b 82l
SHAIOHEE ..ovsiieviian ] 540 p
3:30 ¢ | Galt via Martinez.............. 1 10:40 o
— 4:oo§p Hornprook hesding Portl'd—lo:
8:30a lone via Liverm0re............!| 5:40P
3:00p Knight's Landing..............! 11:104A
*5:00 p |Livermore and Pleasanton....| *s:4oa
9:30 o LosAng.Demi g.ElpPaso & East| 4.40 p
3:30p Les Amgeles and Mojave,..... 10:40a4
ST lOMBEE. ... ... i €2O P
SOO & MBI i i e e | DY
10:00a Niles and 8ayward5...........| 3:40p
3:00p Odgenand Ea5t................| 11:10p
7:30a Red Biuff via Mar;sville.......| 540,
7:50 4 [Redding via Will>ws... ......| 8:40
7:30A4 Sacramento via 8enicia........| 640
8:30 A te via Livermore..... | 5:40
800 ¢ via 8enicia........ | 11:00 &
4:00P ““ via Benicia.... m
*1:00P Sacramento River Steamers...| *6:00 A
8904 B 0 JOB 6. . i iiriias ivoeine: | L RADR
1000 A | " davi e, ke eusiivi it TR
B3:00p ! - 9:00 A
8:304 ,%ockton. via Livermore....... i 540 p
*3:3o'p s via Martinez........ | lU:4Oa
T U A T . . e A S A . A i St PO
A for Morning, P for Afternoon.
*Sundays excepted. iSundays only,
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS
FROM SAN FRANCISCO DAILY.
To EAST OAKLAND—*6.OO, 6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.00,
8.30, 9.00, 9.30, 10.69, 10.30, 11.00, 11.30, 12.00,
12 30, 1.00, 1.3@, 2.00, 2.30 3.00, 3.30 4,00, 4.30,
5.0, 5.30, 6.00, 6,30, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00,
12.00.
TO 23p AVENUE. EAST OAKLAND—SBame a 8 *‘To
East Oakland ™ until 6:30 p. M., inclusive, also
at 9:00 r. M,
To FRUIT VALE—*6.OO, 6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.00,
8.30, *2.30, 3.30, 4.00, 4.30, '5.00, 5.30, 6.00,
5.30, 9.00,
To FRUIT VALE (via Alameda)- *9 30, 7.00, 12.00.
To ALAMEDA—%*6.OO, *6,30, 7 00, *7 30, 8 00, *8.30,
9.00, ¥ 30, 10.00, $10.30, 11 L 0 11,30, 12.00, $12.30,
1.00, 11,30, 2.00, 12,30, 3.00, 3.30, 4,00, 4.50, 5.00,
§.30, 6.00, 6.20, 7.00, 8 060, 9.00, 10.00, 11,00, 12.00,
To BERKELEY —*6.00, *6.30, 7.00, *7.30, 8 00, *8.30,
9.00, 9.30, 10,00, $10.30, 11.00, $ll 30, 12.00. $12.30.
1.00, 71.80, 2.00, $2.30. 3.00, 3.30. 4£.00, 4.2, 5.00,
5 30. 6.00, 6.30. 7.00, 8.00,9 00, 10.00,11.00, 12. u(,
TO WEST BEKKELEY—Same as ‘* To Berkeley”
TO BAN FRANCISCO DAILY.
From FRUIT VALE—6.SO, 7.20, 7.50, 8.20, 8.50,
9.20, *10.19, 4.20, 4.50, 3.20, 5.30, 6.20, 6.50,
7.47, 9.50.
From FRUIT VALE (via Alameda)—*s.22, 5.52,
S B AMTRN, .T
FROM 23p AVENUE, EAST OAKLAND—G.SS,
7.25, 156, 8.25, 8.55, 9.25, 9.55, 10.25, 10.55,
11.25. 11.55, 12.25, 12.55, 1.25. 1.55, 2.28, 2.53,
3.25, 3.55, 4.25, 4.565, 5.25, 5.55, 6.25, 6,55, 7.50,
9.53.
From EAST OARKLAND-—*5.30, 6.00, 6.30, 7.00,
7.30, 8.00 8.38, 9.00, 9.30, 10.40, 10,30, 11.00, 11.30,
12.00, 12.30, 1.00, 1.30, 2,00, 2.30, 3,00, 3.30, 4.00,
4.30, 5.0, 5.6, 660, €.30, 700, 7.57, 8.57, V. 57,
10.57,
From BROADWAY, OAKLAND—7 minutes® later
than from East Oakland.
From ALAMEDA-—*s3o, 600, *£.3o, 7.00, *1.30,
8.00, *8.30, 9.00, 9.%0, 10,00, 110,50, 11.00, $11.30,
12,00, $12.30, 1.00, 11 30, 2.00, §2.30, 3.00, 3.30.
4.00, 4.30, 5.00, 5.0, 6.00, 6.30. 7.00, 8.00, 9.00
10.00, 11.00.
From BEREELEY-—*5.25, 555, *625, 6.55, *7.25,
7.55, *8.25, 8.55, 9.25, 9.55, 110.%5, 10.55, 11.25,
11 55, $12.25, 12.55. $1.25, 1.65, 12,25, 2.55, 2.25,
8.55, 4.25, 4.55. 5 25, 5.55, 6.25. 555, 1.55, 8.55,
9.55, 10.15.
FROM WEST BERKELEY—Ffane as “From
: Berkeley.”
e s o bt
CREEK ROUTE.
From SAN FRANOISCO—*7.IS, 9.15, 11.15, 1.16
3.15, 5.15.
From OARLAND-—*5,15 .15, 10,15, 1.15, 215
4.15.
*Sundays excepted. iSundays vnly.
Staudard Time furnisbed by Lick Observatory
" A.N. TOWNE, T. H. GOODMAN,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. & Tkt, Agt.
KAST’S
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
(NORTHERN DIVISION.)
TIME SCHEDULE.
Passepger Trains leave and arrive Passenger De
(Townsend st. be. 3d and 4th streets), San #anslsgg?
A e Rl oe ek e
I‘S";.l | IN EFFECT MAy 1, 1887. | Ameive
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4:30 P, M. | |.....and Menlo Park...... | . 4:36P,M.
*5:10 P, M. l } +5:35 p.M.
*G:H) P.M. I 6:40 PM,
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s:{fl)A.u.‘ { 1 9:08 a.m"
10:3@ A, . 4Sanu. Clanwssn Joge andl {*lo 02 AN,
| ‘3:.i1r.u.l { «.Principal Way Stations,. | | 4:36 .M.
SOPM | L [ 1 6107 w
_4:30 P.K. | { Almaden and Way Stat ons | | 9:084 %
stk :.Sua’:-s«_"and'fiohmey_:.;;_} 6:40 P.M
)‘ Monteasy, L, -ma Pri-ta and P
7504, M, ‘ Sa ta Cruz, Suuday v | 18:35p. M.
A e Y
Q:3O A, M. | § Wat onville, Aptos, Soquel } ‘ *l'?:O‘ZTi(
*3:30 PM, | {(Camp Capitola), ba. Cruz, § 40P M
*‘;:), :‘,::: !jf?lllster and Irm Pinos, U:g-g‘; :,:;;
T T (Seleodad, San Mixnr'l.l’nsul | |
B:3C A.M l Rbles/T'empleton (S an | 6:40P. M.,
] Luis Obispo) & Way Bta. )
Round trip = % Bound Taip | 2 x
from San =2 S&| from San LS |SB
Francisco 52 33! Francisco 8 88
to ne -8 to n s
San Bruno $.... § 50 Moun’n View.. $1 50 $2 0
Millbrae,.. .... 65 Lawrences . .... 150 225
Oak Grove .... 90 Santa Clara.... 176 2 50
San Magteo. 75 110 San J05e........ 1752 60
Belmont.... 100 1 25@Gi1r0y......... 275 400
Redwood.,. 1 00 1 40 Apt 05.......... 300 500
Fair Oaks, 1 25 1 50 Loma Prieta.... 3060 .....
Menio Prk 125 1 60 50que1......... 300 500
Mayfield... 125 1 75 SautaCrnz..... 300 500
A M. Morning. 3 P.MAfternoon,
3 ”'jaundayfi excepted. tSundays oniy (Spertsman
rain.
Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.
STAGE CONNECTIUNS are made with the 8:30
A.M, Train, Nearly all r-il line to San Luis Obispe
only 24 miles siaging from Tem, leton. Time from
San Frauncisco, 12 hours. St
§¥ Round trip tickets to Lick Observatory and
return, on saie at Company’s Ticket Oftices; rate §7
EXCURSION TICKETS.
4 . 1 Sold SUNDAY MeRNING, good for
For Sundaysonly, § re urn same day. &
ForSatureay, ( Sold SATURDAY and SUNDAY only;
Sundcay and < good for return until following Mon-
Monday } dawincinsive a the followiugrates,
TICKRT OFFlCES.—Passenger Depot, Townsend
street; Valencia-street Station, and No. 618 Market
street, Grand Hotel and rorunda Baldwin Hotel
A. C. BASSETT, H R.JUDAH.
~uperintendent. Ast. Pass, and Tkt
Train)
Trains run on Pacific Standard Time, |
W
SAUCELITO—SAN RAFAEL—SAN QUENTIN
— VlA~——
N PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
TIME TABLM.
CO.\IMF..\’CING SUNDAY. *PRIL 3, 887, AND
unti: (nrtuer notice, bonis and te:ins will return
as follows, A
From SAN FRA® CIRCO for SAUCELITO and SAN
RAFAEL (week days)—7:so, 9220, 11900, A, M (145
8:25, 4:50, 6:10 P, M.
(Sundays —S8:00. 10;00, 11:30 a. >, 1:30, 2:30, 5:00,
6:45 P. M.
Fiom SAN RAFAEL for BSAN FRANCISCO (week
aays)—6:ls, 7:45, 9:20, 11:00 A, m. 1:45, 4:25 4:55,
(Sundays;—SB:oo, 1000 A, ». 12:00 m., 1:30. 3:38, 5:00
6:45 P. M. Extratrip on Saturday at 6:25 P, M,
From SAUCELIT for SAN FRANCISCO (week
Agys)—6:4s, R:l5, 10:00, 11:45 2, m.. 2:50, 1;05.. 2;%0
P. M.
(Sundays)—B:4o, i0:45 A. M., 12:45 2:10,4:10, 5:40, 7:30
P. M Extratrio on Sat rdayat7:o p. .
THROUGH TRAINS.
1:85 P. M. D ily (Sandays exc pted) from San
Francico tor Ingram and Intern ediate st jlons.
Returning leave Ingram’s at 6:45 A. 5., arrives at
San Francisco at 12:15 p M.
S:00 A, B, (Sundayr oaly). Excarsion Tiaio fr
san Francises F‘ur{ux. Camp Taylor, Peint
Reyes, Tomaies, Duncau Mills. Ingram’s and nterme
diate stations, Returaning, arives in San Franciseo 1t
pOP.X. - B
EXCUESION RATES. ;
Thirty-Day Exeursion—Round-trip Tickels to all
stations north of San Anseimo, 4 twenty-five pes
cent reduction from single tariff rate.
Friday to Monduy Exeursion—Round-trip Tickets
sold on Fridays, Ssturdays and Sundays, good to
return foliowing Mondas : ('.amr Taylor, $1.75:
Po'nt Rey-s. tf.m: Tomules, #2725; Howa-ds,
£3.50; Tugram’s, $4 00,
?nndn‘{ Exearsion—Round-trip Tickets, good on
su days only: Camn Taylor, $1.50; P.iut R yes.
$£1.75 Tomales, $2.00; Ingraw’», $3.00.
*TAGE CONNECTIONS.
Stagesleave logram's duily (except Mordays) for
‘t?wun'u Foin', Gualaia, Point Arena, Caffey s
Cove, Navarre, ,\p‘ndncmu City, and all poinis
on the Norih Coast, ‘
i A ————————————
JNO W.COLEMAN, F B. LATHAM,
General Manager. Gen'l Pass, & TKL. Agt.
General OMices—327 Pine SNtreet. |
: |
T I T
= 1
KEARNEYS ?RABHAOY.;
) STUCCESSOR TO SAMES DEVINE. 4
| ~ |
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC
; . .
~ Perfumeries and Cosmetics
t -
| A SPECIALTY.
l 214Kearny Street,
Bet. Bush and Satter, SAN FRANCISCO.
10:10 a
6:10 p
5:40 p
10:40 o
—10:10 A
0P
11:10 A
*§:4o &
440 P
10:40 &
6:10 p
*5:40 p
3:40 p
11:10 ¢
5:40P
6:40 o
6:40P
5:40
11:00 4
1000 A
*G:00 A
3400 P
- 13:00 @
9:00 A
l 540 p
10:40 a
To The Public.
If the State of California is to be
come rich the city of San Franecisco
must be prosperous, and if the city of
San Francisco is to prosper its manu
facturing industries must flourish.
Every possible dollar should be %a,ld
to our mechanics, and every dollar
for material and labor in any article
of consumption should he kept within
the State. The benefit accruing is
shared in a more or less direct de
grea by every resident within our
borders, In view of this, we here
‘with inform the public that we have
just put on the market a most ex
cellent MANS SHOE—BUTTON,
LACE and CONGRESS—at $4 per
pair. This shoe is made of the best
material, ind is equal in style and
superior in quality to any Eastern
shoe for the money. Every pair is
GUARANTEED by us. The sellers
are authorized to return the money
for every defective pair.
Buckingham & Hecht.
For sale in thig city at
%138 and 740 Market Street,
Near Grant Ave. (f vmerly Dupont St.)
AND
North Pacific Railroad
(The Donahue Broad Gauge Route.)
(\OHMENCING SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1887, AND
4 until further notice, Boats and Trains will leave
fr.m and arrive at San Francisco Passenger Depot
Market-Street Wharf, as foliows: LIRS RS
Leave l Destina- ] Arrivein
San Francisco. tion. San Francisco.
WEEK | SUN- | | SUN- WEEK
. D:\rs. DAYS, v DAYS. | DAYS, -
7.45AM|8 00am| Petaluma. [10.40 aM[B.5O A ¥
3,30 pM[5.OO pM| Sants Rosa, | 6.10 py[10.55 an
500 pm Fulton, 6.06 P M
Windsor,
3.00 AM| Healdsburg, [6.10 M
TAGAM Cloverdale, 9.50 A M
d3opr N Aud Way 600 PN
L Stations. i
S.AOL 8 M. Guerneville. 6.10pM6.06e N
g ’ 2 L STy ) UETERS " S
m?:nhnng back at 10:55 A, ou AL ot
only at San Rafael and points south, and at No.
vato, Petaluma, P<nns Grove and Santa Rosa.
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for W
- Springs, Sebastopoi ana Mark West rs rlnhg?n?m
ville 'or Ingrans. At Clairville for gk ‘s Sprin,
and at C.overdaie for Highland Springs. Kelseyvilie:
Sods By Lakepor,, Saratous Springs. Blug Takes
artle springs, Ukiah,Vichy ¢ u
Ruig , chfldwino Ciwy_and rg‘fgfiqg‘;:fii qu:ro
da‘f??g ll}gttl)uflma’l‘;{:_l%l:}‘ssrrom Saturaays to Mon
'l.“".'“z R o T .'5? anta 301:. $3: to Healds-
EXCURSION TICKETS good I nly—
Petaluma. $1.50; to Sania Rosa, 82?&05 ‘lli!:gfi:bouurlg’. ‘;o
to Cloverdale, $4 50; to Guerneville, $3,
From San Franeiseo for Poinr Tibaron and san Ra
fael—wWeek Days: 7:45 o, M., 9:50 A, M., 11:30 A, M.,33:30
P.M,5:00 P. M.,6:15P M. Bundavs: B.OOA. M, 9:30A.
M., 10:454. M 12:00 ~ 2:30 P. M., 5:00 P. M,
To sSan Francisco from San Rafael—-Week Paye:
6:20 A. M5:00 A, w,,10:00 A. M, 1:°0P. M., 5:40 P. M.,
5:06 p.M. Sundaye-- 8:70 A. M., 9:40 A, M., 10:50 A, M.
1:15p,. 8. 3:485p. M5O P M.
To oan Francleco froin Point Tiburon—Week Days:
6:50 A, M, S:2OA. M., 10:25A M., 1:55 P. M, 105 P, X,
S P Sundays—B:Bs4.w., 0:054 K. 11:154. 0,
1:40 P, M., 4:10P. M. 5:30 P. ML,
87"0n Saturdays an extrs taip will be made
eaving San Franecisco at 1:15 p..
H.C. WHITING, Sl?erlntende:tl.
PETER J. MOGLY NN. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agr.
&7 Ticket offices at Ferry and 222 Montgomery. .~
street ar d 2 New Montgomery street. #
SONOMA VALLEY RAILROAD.
ST’EAMER JAMES M. DONALU R LEAVES SAN
Francisco and connects with trains at Sonoma
L.anding as follows:
QM&;&G daily (Sundays excepted), rr?m Wash,
. n-steeet whart for the rowp of Sonoma
Gien Eller wnd w:z points, Returning, arrives im ——
San Francisco at 9:00 A, M.
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS.
1" A. M. (Sundays only), from Wuhlngon
-821 strect whart for the town of Sonoma, Glen
Ellen and way points, Returning.arrivesinSan Fran
ciseo at 1:0) P. 3. Round-trip uckets to Sonvina, ¥1;
to Glen Ellen, $1.50
H. C. WHITING. s?:rlmendent.
PETER J. MCGLYNN, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Azt,
¢@ Ticket offices at Ferry and No, 2 New Mont
- Jomeryand 22 Montgomery St
g gition:
a 1
SOUTH PACIFIC CCASt RAILROA™.
e
Passenger Trains leave Station, foot of Market
| street, south side, at
| 8 0“ A. M. every Sunday (Excursion Train) to
J San Jose, Boulder Creek, Big Trees and
sSanta Cruz. thrning, arrive in Nan Francisce
t8:05 P M.
| 8 %0 A. M. daily,for Alvarado, Newark, Centre.
« ) ville, Alviso, Santa Clara, SAN JOSE, Los
Gatos, Wrights, Glenwood, Felton, Big Trees,
SANTA CRUZ and all Way Stations
) {” P. M., (except Sunday), Express: Mt.
-t Eden, Atvarado, Newark, Centreville, Al
viso, Agnews, Santa Clara, SAN JOSE, Los Gatos,
and all Stations to SANTA CRUZ.
4 ‘)0 P. M.. daily, for SAN JOSE, Los Gatos and
T4V intermediate points.
» EXCURSIONS to SANTA CRUZ and BOUL
) DiR CREEK, and $250 to SAN JOSE, on
SATURDAYS and SUNDAYS, to retarn on MON
DAY, inclusive.
$1.75 to SANTA CLARA and SAN JOSE and
return. Sunds s only.
$3.00 to Boulder Creek, Big Trees and Banta
Cruz and return, Sandaysonly,
8:3) A, M. and 2:30 . M, trains conpect with
tra’us ut San Jose for New Almaden snd points on
Alwaden Branch,
g. 33 a. w. and 2:30 p. M. trains connect with
stages at Los Gat s for Congress Springs. w
All throngh trains counect at Felton for Bould
er Creek ani points on Felton and Pescadero
Railroad. ;
TO OAKLAND AND ALAMEDA.
§6.00, §6.30, §7.00, 7.30, 8.00, 8.30, 9.00, 9.30,
10.00, 10.30, 11.00, 11.50 a. M ; 12.00, 12.30, 1.00,
1.30, 2.00, 2.0, 3.00, 3.30, 4.00, 4.30, 5.00, 5.30,
6.00, 6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30, 10.45, 11.45 P. M.
From Rroadway and Fourteenth Streets, Oak
land—s§s.3o, §6.9¢, §6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.00, 8.30,9.60,
' 9.30, 10.00, 10.30, 11.00, 11.30 A. M.; 12.00, 12.90,
1.00, 1.30, 2.00, 2.30, 3.00, 3.30, 4.00, 4.30, 5.00,
5.30,6.00, 6.9097.00,7.50,8.30, 9.30,10.45,11 45 ¢. M.
From High street, Alameda—§s.l6, §5.46, §6.16
6.46, 7.16, 7.46, 8.16, 8.46, 9.16, 9.46, 10.1¢, 10.46
11.16, 11,46, A. M.; 12.16, 12.46, 1.16, 1.46, 2.16
2.46,3.16, 3.46, 4.16, 4 .46,5.16, 5.46, 6.16,6.46,7.16
8.16,9.16.10.51,11.31 p. M.
§ Sundays excepted.
Ticket, Telegraph and Transfer Office, 222
Montgomery stre«t, 8. F,
L. FILLMORE, W.T. FITZGERALD,
| Superintendent G.F. &¥, Agt,
e e ee———————————————————
GOVERNMENT LANuS.
e — e
Those who '“luo“z to pre-~=3 or l!ain:-'
stead a quarter section of A 1 farming, grasing :
fruit-growing land, can be ueommodl'hd.
Apply to
: THEIS OFFICE.
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