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WEEKLY FRATERNAL ITEMS
List of Assessments That Are
Payable During the Month
of February.
THE VALLEY LODGE MEETING.
The Odd Fellows' Home at Therma«
lite — The Companions of the
Forest.
Official Assessment Table.
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Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Oakland Lodge initiated two candidates at
its last meeting.
Last Monday Harbor Lodge of West Oakland
conferred degrees.
The meeting of the Veteran Odd Fellows last
Monday was largely attended. There was pres
ent a large delegation from Haywards.
At the meeting of Suisun Lodge held last
week H. D. Richardson, deputy, delivered an
interesting address. Grand Captain Hitch
cock read an elaborate report of a visit to the
home at Thermalito prepared by Grand Scribe
W. EL Barnes, and Judge A. J. Buckles and
others addressed the meeting.
Ford's Hall at Niles, completed a few days
since, was formally opened by the Odd Fellows
with appropriate ceremonies, followed by a
banquet and ball. This occurred on the 20th
of January.
A number of reports have been circulated to
the effect that the home in Thermalito had
been seriously damaged by the recent storm
and that it was underwater. The absurdity
of the last statement is made apparent when
the fact is made known that the home is built
on a Mufi" eighty feet above the banks of the
Feather River. The storm, from reports re
ceived, did not do the building any damage,
but the low lands near the banks of the river
were to some extent overflowed. This will
prove a benefit, rather than a detriment, for
when the water retires the land will be found i
covered with a deposit that will Improve it.
The new camps at Los Angeles and at Colusa
report that they are doing remarkably well.
At the meeting of Columbia Lodge, to be
held on the 19th inst., it will be addressed by
Grand Serioe Barnes.
Recent reports show tnat the membership of
the Manenester Unity of Odd Fellows is 739,
--449. That of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows is 815,947.
Wesley Minter, P. G. R., well known for the
interest he took in the work of Odd Fellow
ship, died recently in Stockton, and he was
laid to rest last Wednesday, his funeral being i
largely attended. £SBSP9 '
George Lemont, grar-d treasurer, is still con
fined to his home by a serious illness that has !
laid him low since last August. Having, de- i
spite his illness, been elected treasurer of j
Unity Lodge and high prelate of Oriental En- j
campment, he was installed into both of these i
offices at his home.
Eight acres of the land belonging to the j
home at Thermalito has been set aside for
cemetery purposes. It has been laid out In I
plats and a portion of the home for the dead I
set apart for those in the vicinity who may de- i
Eire to secure grounds there. There are some j
fifty families who reside in the immediate '
vicinity of the home, and many of these have
already selected sites. Formerly the people in
the vicinity were obliged to take their dead to i
Oroville, miles away.
The following-named have been installed I
officers of Excelsior Lodge: Thomas Hart, N.
G.; James T. McJames, V. G.; Andrew W.
Turpin, R. S. : James N. Nesbit, P. S. ; F. C. i
Hahn, T.; G. W. Keeler, C.j J. H. Lemon, I. G.; :
William Quinlan, O. G. ; C. J. Maurer, R. S. N. G ; j
R. Action, L. S. N. G. ; J. H. Duncan. R. S. V. G. ; i
E. L. Irelan. L. S. V. G.; F. G. Norman, R. S. S.:
and R. Kilgore, L. S. S.
Rebekah Lodges.
After the installation of the officers of the
Athens Lodge of Oakland, there was a banquet ;
and dance in the hall, which had been very :
handsomely decorated for the occasion.
The officers of Ramona Lodge have been |
installed by Grand President Mrs. Fannie ]
Benjamin.
Mrs. Van Wye installed the officers of Ala- I
meda Lodge on the 21st ultimo, and the in- I
Btallation was followed by a dance and banquet j
A report from the loage at Fort Bragg shows '
that it is rapidly increasing its membership.
The lodge at Hanford recently gave a novel !
entertainment. It was a Mother Goose Car
nival.
Fair Oak Lodge recently celebrated Its anni
versary by giving a party to its friends. Over
two hundred persons sat at the banquet, which
formed part of the evening's entertainment.
• An entertainment and Leap-year dance will
be given in Odd Fellows' Hall on Saturday
evening, the 29th inst., under the auspices of
the Rebeckah lodges. The Patriarchs Militant
will assist the Rebekahs.
Ancient Order United Workmen.
The Grand Lodge of California will hold its
next session in this City on the 6th of April.
«Ex-Judge Robert Ferral of - Spartan Lodge
is spoken of for the office of grand overseer.
Relief call 16, January 16, has been is
sued from the office of tne supreme master
workman. The amount of reliefiextended was
$507,150 35, and this necessitates an aaditional
relief assessment of 50 cents during the cur
rent month.
Last evening Past Grand Master Workman
Edwin Daniorth addressed a well-attended
meeting of . Mount Hamilton Lodge in San
Jose.
Last Tuesday evening Noe Valley Lodge in
stalled its officers in public in Duveneck Hall. ;
There was a dance after the Installation, and
the large number of persons present enjoyed
themselves to the utmost. During the even
ing the assemblage was addressed by Grand
Recorder Hirshberg.
Valley Lodge, with a view to creating a
greater interest than already exists in the or
der, and to inform those who are not members I
of it of the good tnat the Workmen are doing, i
and what they have done in the past, gave an !
entertainment in Laurel Rail, Shiesl' building
last Wednesday uiirht. The htJl, large as it is,
was too smaH to. hold all who sought admis
sion, but those who were fortunate to obtaiu
eveE: standing, room were pleasantly enter
tained and instructed. The committee to
whom is due the credit for the success of the
entertainment was composed ofJohnW. Mc-
Carthy, James M. Camp, P. D. Mullaney, S. A.
White and E. F.Joy.
Among the many attractive features of a very
interesting proexamme was an address of wel
come by Master Workman J. C. Underwood, an I
address by Grand Recorder Hirshberg, who
outlined : the benefits that result from . be
longing to the Workmen, and then
dwelt: at some length on the Degree of
Honor, and calling upon the ladies who do not j
belong to it to give the auxiliary due consider- j
ation. As a result of his address a number of
ladies made application to join: Then there !
was a, short address •by Past Grand Master
Workman . W. H. Barnes, who spoke - of
the: age. solidity and permanency .of
tbe order of Workmen. In his address he
spoke of the recent Fraternal Congress, at
which some forty beneficiary organizations
were represented, none of them so old as the
Workmen.
The Workmen having the largest member
ship showed in proportion the smallest death
rate. The whole number of deaths in Califor
n , o4^f Reorganization of the Grand Lodge
in ]878 is 3172. showing a payment of benefits
to the amount of $6,344,000. On account of
\ alley Lodge there was paid in death benefits
Blnc6 its organization $378,000 for 169 deaths.
He then dwelt upon i he cheapness of insurance
in the Workmen, and declared that the order
now. twenty-eight years old, having long since
passed the experimental stage, is preferable to
new organizations for those who wish to pro
vide. for their families. Mrs. Eva Cogan of ivy
Lodge, Degree of Honor, cave a recitation en
titled "The Model Church" in a manner that
marks the lady as a first-class elocutionist
This number was rewarded with- much ap
plause.. Bheriff Whelan's rendition of Irish
pongs, as only Whelan can render . them, won
the audience. : The following were the other
numbers oil r the " programme: Violin solo
"Blue Bell* of Scotland,' Master Geddes Lyle,
Miss Lulu McLepd accompanist; song, "Sliding
Down Our Cellar Door," Mabel Callahan, aged
0 years; vocal solo, "Italian Fishermau's
Song," Miss M. • McLellan ; recitation," "When
Jack Comes Back," Miss \ Edna Elsmere ; co-.nic
recitation, GusPohlman;;-vocal solo, "Heart
of Hearts," E. Boruodo. The / entertainment
closed with a dance, to the music of. Miss Kate
Coyle's orchestra. ••■,.'. ■.'••: ."'■..•...:- - .<
Franklin Lodge Xo. 44 has installed the fol
lowing-naincd officers: I Dr. G. W. Leek, I*. M*
W.; Otto Klumpp, M. W.; A. Levy, F.; Conrad
Riegelhutn, O.; William J. Beatty, R. ; J. P.
Dwyer, F.; Joseph Nordman, receiver; John
McDonald, G. ; James Spauton, I. W.; John W.
Canfield, O. W.
Degree of Honor.
The officers of Minerva Lodge were installed
last Monday by Deputy Mrs. M. Plnkham. The
ceremony was witnessed by delegations from
Dawn of Hope, Silver Star and Ivy lodges. The
retiring chief of honor, Mrs. Probst, was pre
sented a large corbeille of beautiful flowers.
After the installation of the officers of Da^n
of Hope Lodge by Deputy Mrs. Eva Cogan, there
was a pleasant entertainment, during Ahicii
David S. Hirshberg, grand recorder of the A.
O. U. W., delivered an interesting address.
Miss Nellie Walsh, the retiring chief of honor,
was the recipient of a handsome gold badge.
About forty names have been secured to the
petition for the establishment of a new lodge
at the Mission. The prospects are that it will
be instituted about the middle of the current
month.
Ivy Lodge will give its monthly social this
evening. The members of Oak Leaf Lodge will
be in attendance.
Workmen's Guarantee Fund.
At the annual meeting of the members of the
Workmen's Guarantee Fund the reports of the.
officers showed a gratifying increase in mem
bership, and it was also shown that there are
a number of applications on tile. The election
for directors resulted In the re-election oi the
old board, with the exception of H. C. Flaego
let, who withdrew because of his inability to
devote time to the duties of the office. Samuel
Booth, the grand receiver of the A. O. U. W.,
was elected in his place. The executive officers
were re-elected.
Foresters of America.
Grand Trustee Skinner, who has been visit
ing courts in this City during the past two
weeks, returned home on Thursday in re
sponse to a telegram received and which an
nounced ihe death of his father. The other
visits of Mr. Skinner will be made by some of
the other members of the visiting board.
The following are the official visits an
nounced for the week ending February 8:
Monday evening Court Bonita will be visited
by some of the grand officers; Tuesday even
ing E. L. Forster, G. J. 8., will visit Court San
Francisco in this City; Wednesday evening
Sol Peiser, G. R. S., will visit Court Yerba
Buena in this City ; Thursday evening A. Or
rila, G. C. R.. will visit Court Citrus iv River
side; R. B. Vellage, G. S. C. R., will visit Court
Golden West in this City; J. S. W. Saunders,
G. S. W., will visit Court Miguelito in Lompoi' ;
Friday evening J. S. W. sauiKiers. G. S. W., will
visit Court Star of ' San Luis Obispo in San Luis
Obis pp.
During the year 1895 the order in this State
paid out $4'J,2-tl for medicine and medical
attendance, .*-14,'2iil 47 for cash sick benefits,
$5739 05 for funeral benefits, and $2777 76
for donations— a total of $97,978 76.
A new court, to be known as Saratoga No.
140, will shortly be instituted in Saratoga,
Santa Clara County.
Within the next few months two new grand
jurisdictions will be established, viz: The
Grand Court of Texas and the Grand Court of
lowa.
The newly elected officers of Court Niles will
be publicly installed on Wednesday evening
by R. B. Vellage, G. S. (J. R., and C. H. Bremer,
! grand secretary.
Companions of the Forest, F. A.
A new circle, No. 271, was instituted on last
Wednesday evening in San Diego by Mrs. A. B.
Andrews, G. C. C.
Mrs. A. B. Andrews. G. C. C, will officially
I visit the following circles during the month of
February: Wednesday, February 5, a joint
meeting of Live Oak. Robin Hood and Golden
Era; Thursday, February 6, a joint meeting of
Twilight, Bonita and Pride of Columbia; Fri
j day evening, February 7, Olympus Circle:
; Monday, February 10, a joint meeting of Bay
| City and Hayes Valley; Tuesday, February 11,
; a joint meeting of Diana, Defiance and
i Mizpah; Thursday, February 13, a joint meet
■ ing of Excelsior, Aloha ami San Francisco;
! Friday, February 14, Village Belle Circle; Sat
j urday, February 15, Lorelay Circle.
The quarterly meeting of the executive
I council will be neld to-morrow evening at the
j office of the grand secretary.
Mrs. M. A. Duke, G. S. C. C, has recently re
j turned from an extended visit to the circles in
1 the northern part of the State, and reports that
i all of them are actively interested in the
order and that initiations are the rule at every
meeting.
The grand secretary has received informa
j tion from the supreme headquarters that a
new edition of the ritual will shortly be issued
and that the same will contain plates and full
explanations of thq floorwork as adopted at
i the recent session of the supreme circle. The
! floorwork is practically the same as what is in
: use in this State, the same having been sub
| mitted by the California Grand Circle.
Companions of the Forest, A. 0. F.
Mrs. Minnie Asher, -G. C. C. instituted
Northern Light Circle at Upper Lake, Lake
County, last Thursday. On the following
evening she visited Queen of the Redwoods
Circle at Ukiah.
The executive meeting of the board of com
panions will be held next Thursday.
Queen of the Redwoods Circle and Court
Redwood of Ukiah will join forces and give a
ball at that place on the 22d inst. to raise
funds with which to entertain the grand
circle when it will hold its session there.
The several circles at the last meeting
this month will elect representatives to the
grand circle that will meet in May.
Independent Order of Foresters.
The report for January from the Supreme
Court of the Independent order of Foresters
shows a membership of 84,596 and a gain of
1881 during the month. The surplus fund
amounts to $1,532,743, of which $39,751 was
added during the month.
During the past month Court Morris Vine
yard of Los Angeles received forty-one applica
tions.
Court Diana will give a social in the near
future in its hall in the Alcazar buildi ng.
The policy of the late James G. Kennedy,
who was a member of Court Diana, was paid to
the beneficiary in fifteen days after the death
had been reported.
Woodmen of the World.
Golden Gate Camp installed the following
named officers last Wednesday: P. F. Gilroy,
C.C.; H. A. Hoyt, A.; C. H. Naylor. B.; H. G.
Watrous, C; G. J. Strong, E. ; G. E. Meyers, W. ;
D. Brown, S. ; W. R. Hinds and G. EL Wiison,
manager?; Drs. G. W. Day wait and H. W.
Hunsacker, physicians. This camp has now
360 names on its roll and is in a prosperous
condition.
The Chosen Friends.
During the past week Deputy Taylor installed
the officers of Sunset and Social councils. On
Wednesday he will install the officers of
Phoenix Council, the installation having been
deferred from last Wednesday evening.
Deputy William Goldberg installed the of
ficers of Crystal Council last Thursday.
The officers of Home Council were installed
last Tuesday by Mrs. Emma Packer, P. C.
The officers of Fairmount Council were in
stalled by Deputy Homer last Thursday.
Deputy Brunt will install the officers of
Washington Council on Wednesday night.
The members of Sutter Creek Council had
quite a time at their meeting last week, and on
that occasion presented a magnificent jewel to
Virgil W. Norton, the secretary.
Grand Councilor Selvege arrived from Eureka
yesterday, and (luring his stay here will visit
several councils.
GermaniaCouncil.which works in the German
language, had an installation lost week, the
installing officer being Deputy William Miller.
Joint meetings of councilors, instructors and
secretaries are to be held this month in all
jurisdictions for concert of action and to gain
knowledge by the exchange of ideas.
Reports from all pnrts show that the order is
increasiug in a marked manner.
Improved Order of Red Men.
Since last November the membership of the
Endowment Fund, of which Frederick Brandt, P.
G. »., is president, has increased seventy-three.
Past Grand Sachem Brandt conferred the Hunt
ers' degree on three candidates in Sctoyome Tribe
last week.
Utonkah Tribe of Xapa held a special meeting on
the 25th of last month, when a team from Samoset
Tribe performed the adoption degree on palefaces.
After the council fire bad been quenched the Hay
makers, a side degree of the tribe, took possession
and initiated thirty candidates. Then everybody
present, had a merry time and at the banquet, B.
Springden was the toastmaster.
Iroquois Tribe of Stockton will In the near future
give an entertainment with a view to increase its
membership.
Kaw-wannlta Council of Stockton Installed Its
officers recently, District Deputy Louis Bean be
ing the Installing olilcer. This council repons that
it is doing well, adding to Us membership at every
meeting.
Momezuma Tribe held Its monthly reception last
Tuesday and the entertainment was a very intcr
esiingone. The feature at the meeting to be held
on the Uath inst., for the good of the order, will be
a mock trial under the supervision of C. A. Rey
nolds and J. a Lhs Casas. '
Chippewa Tribe of han Mateo will give a ball on
the 14th. Arrangements have been made for
fPf 0 *"? . rat '' s for those who wish to attend from
Great .Sachem Jackson has issued a lengthy cir
cular to the tribes and councils in which he calls
attention to the excursion to be made to Truckee
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1896.
on the "2d, and invites the tribes and councils of
han Francisco, San Mateo. Kedwood. San Jose,
Alameda County, Sacramento, Stockton, New
castle, Auburn, Grass Valley. Nevada City and
Dutch Flat to appoint committees to make ar
rangements to the end that the excursion shall be
a grand success. He also calls intention to the
prize of $100 offered for the best rendition of tne
adoption ceremony before the nexi great council,
and Rives the rules that will govern thf contest.
The circular concludes by drawing attention to the
proposition to change the funeral benefits, of which
a notice has already appeared In these columns.
The place in the vestibule of the Ked Men's Hall
is being prepared to receive the bust of the late
Adam Smith. It will be unvellcxl iv about iwo
weeks with appropriate ceremonies.
Sico Tribe of Chico will in the future meet at the
uorthwrst corner of .Second and Main streets, bav
in? recently changed its wigwam.
Cosumnes Tribe of Sacramento Is waking up
and reaching out for palefaces.
Pononachee Tribe has Increased its membership
of late and recently presented a handsome badge
to J. Barton. P. S., iv recognition of his able ser
vices.
At a recent meeting of Santana Tribe of Fort
Braug the chiefs were raised by Deputy T. O'Con
nor and at that meeting a number of patriotic ad
dresses were made. The manner In which they
svere received is proof that if at any time there is a
call for volunteers they will uot be found wanting
in the wigwam of santana.
The monthly social given by Alfarata Council,
Daughters of Pocahontus, In Washington Hall last.
Friday "voirng wns a very enjoyable affair and
was attended by a laree numiier.
Native Sons of the Golden West.
Grand Trustee Milton D. Garrett has returned
from his official visits to the parlors In Humboldt
County and reports them all in a prosperous con
dition.
Grand Treasurer George D. Clarice visited Glen
Ellen Parlor last week.
Grand Organizer Goldman will go to VacaviUe
on Wednesday to reorganize Silver Tip Parlor.
On Wednesday Mount Diablo Parlor will dedi
cate a new hall at Martinez. Grand Vlce-Presi
dent Henry C. Gesfordand Grand Secretary Henry
Lunstedt will take part in the ceremony.
Olympus Parlor will give -a ladles' night" in Its
hall on Baker street on Friday night.
Native Daughters of the Golden West.
The following named officers were installed re
cently by Mrs. Mary I.angford, D. D. G. P.: B.
Baldwin, P.: L. Tinbets, first V. P.: E. Burnell,
second V. l\; E. Devoy. third V.P. ; F. Biakewe'l,
2C; M. J. Langford, F. S. ; L. V. Holmes, K. S.; E.
Herrick. I. s. : M. L. Jones, O. S.; D. Kellogg, A.
E. Terrill and B. Gilmour. trustees.
Piedmont Parlor No. 87 wi.s instituted on the
241h of last month by Mrs. Emma Dellwig. D. I>.
G. P., assiste i by Grand Vice- President Mrs. M. K.
Tillman. Grand Secretary Mrs. Georyie C. Ryan,
Grand Trustee Mrs. Belle Conrud and District
Deputies J. A. Steinbach and Mrs. C. S. Bak< r.
The installation of the officers was public, and the
members of Piedmont Parlor, N. S. G. W., at
tended in a body and during the evening presented
to the new parlor the sum of $20. This together
with the other as istanoe rendered by the son* of
Piedmont Parlor was thoroughly appreciated.
The officers of Fremont Parlor will be publicly
ins'alled in Monday, the 10th inst.. by Mrs. C. S.
Baker in Its new hall in the Native Sons' building.
Orinda Parlor will give a leap year parts* in Union
Square Hall next Thursday.
Amapala Parlorof SutterCreek, AmadorCounty.
Installed its officers recently and the occasion was
made a great social event. After the installation,
Mrs. Mary Clark, D. D. G. P., being the installing
officer, the new president, Mrs. Mac M. Randolph,
in a neat speech welcomed, the Visiting members
and the invited guests and she was followed by
Past President Mrs. Virginia Brown, who delivered
a short address. Then there was an interesting
literary and musical programme and a banquet.
Jr. Order United American Mechanics.
Deputy State Councilor C. S. Wilson of Los
Angeles has broken the record for numbers In
organizing councils In this State. Recently Henry
Clas- Council was organized In Oakland with thirty
seven members, which was then the highest num
ber of charter members, but since then a letter has
been received from the south announcing that on
the same night that Henry Clay was organized,
General Joseph AVarren Council was organized by
Wilson with forty charter members.
General John A. Logan Council had an entertain
ment after its meeting last Friday night, and it
was attended by California Commandery U. A. M.,
Commarder Van Der Mack.
The general committoe having charce of the
celebration on the 22d inst. is completing its
arrangements for that day. At the literary enter
tainment State Councilor Henry C. Scbaertzer will
deliver the opening address.
Arraneements are beine made to receive and en
tertain the Grand Council that is to meet in Den
ver on the 16th of June.
Nathan Hale Council of Auburn has elected the
following-nanied officers: B. I*. Henry. C: T. H.
Fellows. V. C; A. M. Pettineill, R. 8.: J. B. Bobo,
A. K. s,: \V. U. Arthur, K. s ; c. A. Hilke, T. ; A.
S. Waldo, oondactor; J. T. Freighter, W. ; L. W.
Haynes. I. S.; J.N.Meyer, O. S.; A. I). Pellows
and K. F. Burns, representatives to h>tato Council.
The new officers of Washington Council of Kama
Barbara are: R.E.Gilbert. ('. ; T. S. Sample. V.
C; C. H. Thomas, B. S. : C. A. Baker, A. R. h.; j.
T. Crane. T. : H. A. Vance, conductor; E. L.
.Smith, W.: J. A. Smith, I. W.; W. w. Kemplin. ().
W.: c. H. Thomas and \Y. H. Colemau, represen
tatives to the State Council.
Grand Army of the Republic.
Three new posts of the Grand Army of the Re
public have recently been established in this Btate.
.Mariposa No. 175 at Mariposa, Joseph Martin,
commander; Sol Meredith Xo. 176 at Fiufsun,
Judge a. 3. Ruckels. commander, and Uncle Ham
No. 177 at th« Soldiers' Home, Santa Monica,
Jesse Li Pritchard.commaiultr.
A woman's corps was recently organized at Sa
linas.
Lincoln Post will celebrate the anniversary of
Lincoln's birth on the 12th inst.
Young Men's Institute.
Ignatian Council will hold a memorial service,
out of respect to the dead of the couuci
during the past y«ar, in St. Mary's Church
on the 22d Inst., at 9:30 in the morning. The ser
vice will include a sermon by one of the Paullst
fathers and some fine musical selections.
The board of directors will meet on the Bth inst.,
and will take into consideration matters relating to
the Supreme Council that is to meet in Denver,
Colo.
The arrangements for the celebration of the 22d
of February are progressing. The following is
the joint committee: Robert Tobin, chairman;
Samuel Haskins and J. F. Cnllaghan, who is secre
tary and treasurer. The following named compose
the committee on programme: J. F. Callaghan,
y. Hr.skins, Thomas H. Fallon, Charles iiealey.
George M. Kelly. The press committee is com
posed of: R. S. Fazackerly, J. P. Foley and M. F.
.Silk. Committee on decoration— Charles Healev
and N. J. Davis: committee on invitations— Robert
'lobin, Samuol Haskins and J. F. Callauhan. The
Rev. Father Clark of the Paulist fathers, a mem
ber of the Sons of the American Revolution, will
be one of the speakers.
Vall.io Council at its last meeting Initiated three
candidates, elected five and received live applica
tions. This council will give a ball on the 14th
and has appointed the following committee of ar
rangements: Joseph Clavo. E. Williams, F. H
Lee, W. J. Walsh and Frank Lovesod.
Columbian Council has uppoin.ed the following
named committee to make arrangements for a
ball to be given in the near future: W. J. Ahem
Dr. T. H. Morris, D. F. Shea, C. A. Drury and
Josei h B Heffen.
The preliminary meeting for the organization of
a new council at Ocean View will he held on the
9th inst. It will be known as Cornell No. 310
and will be organized by Deputy District Organ
izer John E. Ricbard, assisted by Grand Directors
O'Donnell and F. A. Sullivan.
The officers of Mission Parlor were installed by
G. X Henry, C. D. *
Golden Gate Counril wijl celebrate its ninth an
niversary on the 18th iust. by a ball at Odd Fel
lows' Hall.
The quarterly reports for the term ending with
the l ajt dsy of last December are now due at the
ofli(-u of Grand Secretary Stanley.
Pioneer Council will hold an open meeting on
the 13:h inst. In V. M. I. Hall, when Father Wy
man will deliver a lecture.
United Ancient Order Druids.
Templar Grove No. 19 celebrated its silver anni
versary on Saturday, the 25th tilt., in Union-square
Hall, which bad been neatly and appropriately
decorated. There was a musical and literary en
tertainment, followed by a ball. L. G. Schord.
P. S. A., in an opening address, gave the history of
the grove from the time of its organization. Sev
eral recitations and songs were civen, after which
iS'oble Grand Arch iloag delivered an address on
the good of the order. Those present then in
dnlged in dancing until a late hour.
Golden Star Grove on last Thursday Initiated
two candidates, the work being performed by mem
bers of the grove in a very creditable manner. The
same evening two applications were received. The
officers have extended Invitations to all local
groves to be present next Thursday, to witness the
work of initiation and conferring degrees, to be
exemplih'ew-by a special team.
The quarterly meeting of San Francisco Grore
last Thursday night was largely attended.
Perseverance Grove at its last meeting conferred
the second degree.
An invitation has been extended to all local
groves to be present in Druids' Hall next Satur
day, when Deputy Supreme Arch Rohrbftcher will
institute Golden Gate Circle No. 2.
Volta Grove will give a masquerade ball on the
18th inst.
Knights of Honor.
Last Monday the grand dictator and other grand
officers were present at the installation of the of
ficers of Clinton Lodge at East Oakland. The
work was well performed, and when it was over
the grand officers and others who were present
were invited to a banquet to which all did ample
justice.
On Tuesday the grand dictator was In San Jose,
on Wednesday In Watsonvlile and on Friday he
was in Hanta Cruz.
*■ or the five weeks ending January 18 there were
received at the office of the supreme reporter 1244
applications, of which twenty-live were from Cali
fornia.
Kepor;s from various sections show that the
holding of public meetings has resulted in much
good to the order.
The total membership of the order on the Ist of
January was 121,085.
Knights and Ladies of Honor.
Oakland Lodge closed the last term with a
marked increase in its membership. The new
officers were installed by Past Grand Projector H.
K. Cummings, assisted by Deputy Mrs. O. A.
George.
Berkeley Lodge has become very active and all
its members are working vigorously to add names
io the roll. Last Wednesday the officers for the
current term were installed by Deputy Mrs. O. A.
Georao, assisted by Mrs. F. Kemp Van Ke and
Grand Secretary Carleton. After the work had
been performed there was a collation and speech
making.
Deputy Mrs. Annie Thompson installed the new
officers ot Kmpire Lodge. Grand Protector F.
Kemp Van Ec was present.
I he leap-year party cri yen by Palmetto Lodge, of
Alameda was a very successful one. The commit
tee that arranged this pleasant entertainment was
composed of the Misses Annie Graff. Frances Wolf,
Annie Hoffman and Messrs. J. J. Flynn and Wil
liam Scully.
Knights of Pythias.
Grand Chancellor George Samuels will officially
visit as follows during the month: February 10,
Selby Ledge at Crccketf, 11th, West Side Lodge
at Tracy; 12th, Modesto Lodge (special); 13th,
Yosemite Lodge at Merced; 14th, Madera Lodge
(special); 15tti. Oriel Lodge: 17th, Fouler Lodgp;
18th, isanger Lodge; 19th, Visalia Lodge; 20tb,
Tulare Lodge; Hist, Mussel Slouch and Hanford
in joint session at Hanford: 23d. Porterville Lodge
(•pecial).
The grand chancellor has granted a dispensation
to all the subordinate lodges of this domain to cel
ebrate the birthday of the order, waich falls on
tin' 19ih inst.
J. C. Charles has obtained forty-four signatures
to a petition for a warrant to orgaafaß h lodge at
Santa i.ioniea.
Hanford is soon to have a division of the Uni
form Hank.
Ihe lodge at Ukiah, which C. G. lUppey has for
some time past been moving to organize, will be
ready for Institution in a short time.
is. \V . Pearce of Los Gatos installed the officers
of Ciuuabar Lodge at New Almaden recently.
Mars Lodge of this City, instituted on the 20th of
last month and known as -'the bab3 r ," admitted
eight new members at its last meeting. It prom
ises a membership roll with 150 names on It be
fore the next meeting of the Grand Lodge.
ihe grand master of the exchequer has for
warded to the proper authorities $234 to, the
amount contributed to the Kathbone monument
fund.
iolapthe Lodge will hereafter meet on Friday
nights in Masonic Temple, having changed time
and place.
Independent Order B'nai B'rith.
The recentl/ elected officers of the Grand Lodge
were installed by David S. Hirshberg, past grand
president and member of ihe executive committee
of tbe constitution Grand Lodge.
The following named constitute the district court
of district No. i: Jacob Greenebaum, D. 8. Hirsh
berg. Joseph Bein, Henry Schwartz and Lucius L.
Solomons. This court is the one that receives all
grievances and appeals.
During the month ot January three beneficiary
certificates were paid, and two of these were paid
within three weeks alter the notice of death was
filed.
On Sunday evening a number of the personal
friends tendered a banquet at the Maison ltiche to
Jacob Levison, the grand secretary, who was re
elected last week by the Grand Lodge. A repast
which taxed the ingenuity of the chefs Iv its prep
ar tion was laid befoie those who were of the
party, and after the vian s ani fluids had been
discussed there were a number of regular and vol
unteer toasts, Joseph Rothschild acting as toast
mast,-r. "Our Honored Guest." in th giving of
which a high compliment was paid to ihe secre
tary, was responded to by Mr. Levison; "The
Grand President"' was responded to by the new
president, K. I. Wolfe, and -'The Past Grand Offi
cers" and other regular toasts were g. yen. Among
those present were: Past President Jonas, Presi
dent Wolfe, First Vice-President M. P. Stein, Sec
ond Vice President, K. Bare, Joseph Koihschild,
Grand Treasurer Julius Platschek, Grand Trustee
S. Hochstadter, Jacob Grenebaum, the senior vast
president, of tbe Grand Lodge: Albert Elkus of
Sacramento, Benno Wilson or Sacramento, A. L.
Budt, assistant to the grand secretary : J. U Frank
lin, A. Kronberg. BerlKahn, Solomon Zakind and
William Saalburg.
Order of the Eastern Star.
Golden Gate Chapter will give a party In its hall
on the evening of the third Thursday of this month.
Harmony Chapter will give a leap-year party
during the month at i s hall on O'Farrell street.
Ivy Chapter is making arrangements for a grab
bag party during the mouth-
Theomcersof Golden (iate Chapter will be in
stalled on next Thursday.
There is some talk of organizing a new chapter
at Berkeley.
Knights of the Golden Eagle.
Coloma Hall, in the building of the Native Sons,
is being fitted up for the Kuights of the Golden
Kagle and ie will be ready for the evening of Feb
ruary S, when California Castle will confer the
third degree on a number of waiting candidates.
H. Bush Jr. is or^anizin^ a castle to work in the
German language, and it will be ready to be insti
tuted next month.
Casties are being organized in Alameda and
Santa Kosa.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
' NEW WESTERN, HOTEL. n
James Smith wife, SJ S Torna, U. S .Navy
A Grosjean. Denver ■".;.' ' F Adams, Chicago i
J Conroy, Sacrarneuto X J Adams. Monterey '
John J Kot, Monterey . A M Anderson <fe wife,
Fi. Avery, Knoxville - Charleston ■-.
Lorin'flberson <fc sister, Mrs A T Burnstien, Cal
Humboldt • ~, 'Wm Carby. US S Adams
Jas Grant, U S S Adams (;■.'• " : » '•■.• •
GRAND HOTEL. ..;
WFGeorge, Sacmento F J Ruhstaller, Sacto
TB Everett, Denver .' E A Nicosaus, Sacto
P F I'ures & w, Cal J Harpst & w, Area; -
B F Kohlberg, Stockton \V W Westlay, Stockton
HII Robinson, Cal • "F G Grant &w, Fargo *
F B Van Zickler, Sacto .R R Bigelow. arson City
H 11 Ranlett, Snc.o H II Meyer, Healdsburg
G Hanson, Redwood ... A J Bledsoe, Crescent Cty
« A Groezinger, Cal . S M Butler Kiverside
E M Sweeney, Cal -, . MrsE B Pomeroy,
B W Haines, Cal * G T Wheeler, Oregon !«J
P J Hazen, Modesto . Mrs A J Sarith, Oregon
W Van I'.iuiin. Cal : Dr L Close, Stockton
G E Kennedy,' Livtrmre W Cross, Stockton ..
E M Tllden, woodland A M Duncan, Ukiah '
W Bruce, Chicago ," ■- :-. "■ •:" /,
BALDWIN HOTEL, . .
E S Sanford, Cal E A Freuud, Crockett '
C M Ainsworth.Oakland C E Leonard, Sacto
11 E WadHwor.h.Oakld F H Selvage, Eureka ■
RJH Aden, Vallejo : ; I Miller, N V ;'.s. * •
D G Overall, Visalia J O Ezell, V Isalia •
II W Heiss, N V C F Polston, U S N- .V ■'■-.
F J Semmes, USN A <t Dnfe," Philadelphia
Mrs M T Lord, Phila X Melley. Philßdolphia
H Mickle <fc w.Moorestn M Tavary * m.TavuryCo
J N Brigton, Bakerslield Miss T Dorre, >' " "
Q E Peoples, BakerstleldCarl Martens, '' " "
H sawalre. Arizona' - Mrs C H Pratt, ••'■. "..'«,
N Bassett, Pacific Grove T? Schwartz, ='•' " .. "
M Marks, Santa Maria T F Jsllp, N V
H G Stevens, Napa Mrs R Berrett. Vacavllle
D McKay, Sacramento , C P Leonard, Bacto ;
PALACE HOTEL. fif. ".
Frank Swick, St Louis ;■ W C Peyton, Santa 'Cruz
II T l'oludexter.stanford O J Baker, St Paul ,
.1 s Templin, Los Ang : G H Proctor, N.Y . (
G II Naele, Denver Mrs C Nagle, Denver ".
F WBoltz, Cleveland ■■ Mrs T C Williams, Va
Miss Williams, Va . ;i J Singleton, Raulsburg - •
C A Burcham. Raulsburg H E Pyke, Philadelphia
J W Justus, Germany •■•■■ H C Cooke, XT.!'.' ; v-,
W B Bartholomew, NY D W Simpson, Chicago '
W L Copns, Wash, D C \V Caspary. N V *-; t. '
Mrs Caspary, N V Anton Pariseek, NY v-
Mrs Swick, St Louis ' Mrs O Harvey, Gait a*, ?i
Miss Harvey, Gait .< -. H H Shanks, .London
J W Barrett, Chicago V Mrs Barrett, Chicago ■"-■
T E Barrett. Chicago Mrs T E Barrett, Chicago
R E Small, Chicago C E Cattrell. Phlla - ,
Mrs C E Cattrell, Phila E B Dysart, Pittsburg ,"
J C Dysart, Pittsbnr^ C H Black, St Louis j '
COSMO POLITAN HOTEL. " > ; '
0 A Hatch, Vallejo 'D Carkey, San Jose^'S*
Jno A Nickin, Spotcane T J-innegan, Honolulu
7. T Atlee, Fort Madison G C Stnndlsh, Cal
M F Nolan. Tuolume Co A Anderson, Brentwood
C Anderson, Brentwood^V P Chev-alller, Stockton
A Brown, Sacto . Mrs Chevallier. Stockton
F B Jones, U S Navy , .J G Tona, Oakland ■; >■■, I '■■
D Leahy. Sacto -< - o Chas Cole. Los Angeles
Mr 3 Huhland.Vy Springs MissAHeberstreit.Eurck
E T Bolen, Portland : Juo B Kelly, Portland *-'■■■
J Pierce, Nortii Fork, Da Mrs Pirrce.NrthFort.Da
Jno Shultz, Alaska ■'■ ■J II Armstrong &f, Cal -v"
FFWimers*wf,Portlnd Henry M Spencer. Car. =
John Lorrison, Seattle - Jno Izzad, Victoria, B C
W A Spauldlnc, Los Ang Geo Brewster, Boston * '
H Cramer <fewf, Sonora Chas FenneU dtwf, Keno
A Bergendorf, New York ,;,-:.;,.:
.' : : •■■•■>- '■■'. ■ , — ■ — '._»'"♦'■ — — — — .' '-'.'.- ." . /"■
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
■Henry and Nettie Sinsheimer to Simon Kosh
land, lo' on s\V cowierof Broadway and Franklin
street, W 120 by S 35:6: $10. %." ,' »■•;•, > * "
Marcus art to Sigmund Feichtwanger, lot 425
>. of California street, 166:8 B of Scott, E 25 by N
13"^:7Vs: $10. ; - '-. : ;•- •■'■-. :' ■■- . ■ '--i,*.-.
Ernestine :W. Elfendahl ■ to Matilda A. Flels
chi.ner, lot on N line of Carl street, JOS.E of
WUlard, E2sby N 137:6: , : ,- r. '" ■ ." ?. .
J eremiah McCarthy or McCarty, AnnJeMcGlyon
Julia Gossard, Mary and John McCarthy to Cath
erine Mitchell, lot on N line of Twentv-third street
200 Bof Guerrero, E2sby N 114 ; $10. a " K -^'
-^ s a c . of YetteGlnzberg (by Abraham Brown,
administrator) to Samuel C. Meyer, lot on N line of
c ™mento street, 50 W of Driimm, N 69:9 by
John G. Morrison to -Annie .B:.Gallowdy .'lot on
•^^Vw^s-Tio 61 ' 91:8 Hr ° f *m?k?l
2S by E 87:6, sub ect to a mortgage; $4000. -'' v
Nettie M. j.evy to Mark -Neumann.lot qn NE
xi.? "J Seventh street, "f 6 Stf of Naioma, HE 26 by
V Martin I'h'elan to William H. r<»ly, : lot on E line
of Tennessee street, 50 S of Sierra, S 50 by.E 100:
J.U. -* ' ."- . ': -i '.-'.-- , t v ;■,-/*. '. ■ ..■■ »- ;.-■■ \ ~-i '„■ ■«■■■..
William B. Daly to Martin Phelan and Margaret
Dugun, Hame: $10. j :■■;;-■.:' r- -:- -;:t,-;s- '■■. i
:'* Stewart Menzies . to Clara M. Richardson, lot on
S line of California street, 69: lVi E of Second ave
-61 fa 16-96 : : °$ib I<2> S 62:426 " 46 ' W »««%• N
•■-■ Morris Rosener to Estee Roaener, undivided half
of lot on N line of California street, 107:6 W of
Twelfth avenue, AY 25 by N 100; $10. • - ; --.■••• ;•■
Frank 11,I 1 , and Mattie K. Smith to Celia A. Dolan,
lot on E line of , Twentieth street, 175 if of B, N 25
by E 120; $10. ;'.".;:.: -. : , : •;,.,.'---..*
v A. K. P. Harmon io George Riley, lot on SW cor
»«r °l >I ■ street and Teiito avenue, W 32 : by 8
100; $10.
: Mary A. McCurrie (guardian" of C. McCur
ne, minor) to Frederick Jerome, lot lon W line of
Howth street,l44:6 S of Geneva avenue. S 144:6
by W 130:6, block 11. San Mlitupl City; $380. i* A
m tannie Caley to Elizabeth Styles, lot 6, block 24,
Lakeview; $450. :: " '. ■"i *i ■
ALAMEDA COUNTY.
A. Miles ; and WUhelmina Taylor to Charles B.
.Yates.' Jots 1 and 2, , block 2036, Kowland Tract
iV'.. c r > ect deed dated January 8. 189ti), Oakland;
*' Jacob and Hannah Letter to James Connor, lot
on W line of Market street, 177:5 JS' of West Four
teenth, v 5 by w 125 block 692, Gallndo
Tract, Oakland; $10. ■'.:'.-. ■ J,... . „ . -:, -
V ll J'" r y. C * ft " Flora C. Keene •toA. D. Pryal, lot
on bW.line or Finh street, 93:9 W of Che'sitr, S
lldbjrW3i : s,iot27,«nd\V • tiVi feet : of lot 28,
b.ock F, Bay Vlew Homestead, Oakltud: $700. i
- J. \V . and C A. Laymauce to Kmll Pfankuchen,
lot on 8W corner right of way of • Piedmont Cable
lompanyanu Olive street, W 141, SE 71.60, X 67,
£j 67.25 to beginning, block A, Amended Map
*airvlew Tract, Oakland Towns lip; $10. • '•
Mountain View Cemetery Asaociatiou to Charles
M. I Kelly, lot 21, plat 1 25, said cemetery, Oakland
Township; *38. ".■■"■ .■,- , \- ; ' i *
; William K. = Wallace to ■ Sarah Curran (wife of
John) lot 43, block F, revised map of Trospeet Hill
Tract, Brooklyn 'lownship; »5.> - '
: Eraii and Amada Pfankuchen to Frank H. Pol
lard, lot on NE line of East, Fourteenth street,
395:9 NW of Adeline. NW 28 by NE 160, block
C, revised map of Oak Tree Farm Tract, Brooklyn
Township; $10. ; ..... -
'• A. \V. Combs to Lena S. Asmnndsen, lot on N
line of Felton street. 160 W of DwinelJe,'; \V 40 by
N 133:6, lot 16, block 7, Case Tract, subject to a
mortgage for $150. Berkeley; $10.
George K. Cnrry to Albeit Schroader, lot on N
line of Rose street, 78 VV of Eighth. W 50 by N
100, being lo's 24 and 25, block -J4, map of I. M.
>V entworth I Boot and Shoe . Company's Tract, to
correct 353 d 228, Berkeley; $10. j .
• Albert and Babette Schroader to Charles. and
Hilda Vest, same, Berkeley $615. .
'Mary j. Mos3 et al. to James McLauphlin, lot
£I,* block F, amended : map Moss Tract, Berkeley
To.vnship; 810.
: Dennis and Dora Landregan to Sarah B. Rothen-
(wife of L.), lot on S line of Landregan avenue,
150 W of Sixth street, \V 100 by S 107, lots 4 and
5, btock 6, JLandregan Tract, Oakland Township;
$lU.'. ; rr- ■'.■"..■:".- < -■• , : ■■■: ".- -"■-'■"■.
Thomas S. McMann to Sarah A. McKee, lot on
» line of Mariposa street, 295 E of Grove, X 60 by
, £ > 135, lot 11, block 3, ■ ilcKee Tract, Oakland
Township; $o. . ,
George T. and Adelia S. Hawley to L. E. Hatch
and : wife, lot W line of Deakin, 90 Nl of Woolsey,
N 45 by r W 125, portion Woolsey.Tract, Berke
ley; $10.
- Catharine Evans to Henry . L. Ross, lot on SW
corner of Charming way and Felton street.S 100 by
w 150, block 3, Collegt- Homestead, i Berkeley;
also lot on SK corner of .Thirteenth avenue, 125
SW of E Fifteenth street, HVV 26 by SK 175, East
Oakland; $10. . \ ..
Caroline A. Kisdon to J. K. Knowles, lot 4, block
C, Knowles «fc Potter subdivision of Kennedy Tract,
East Oakland: $10.
2 M. Disrgs to H. Kalschtain, lots 5 and 6, block F,
btono Tract, Brooklyn Township; $10. ■
= Justice M. and Anna Reynolds to F. P. Fischer,
lot 36 and N 12y 2 teet of lot. 35 and all interest in
lots 34 and 35,. Bishop & Hart Tract. Alameda;
$10.
' G. \V. Osborn to Eben Jordan, lot on W line of
Park street, 461.63 SW from X Clinton avenue,
SW 50.17. W 170.75, N 50, E 175.5 to beginning,
block 55, lands adjacent to Encinal, Alameda, quit
claim deed; $1. ; \
Eben Jordan to Zephaniah P. Foster, same; $10.
* — ♦ — •
WEATHER BUREAU REPORT.
Unitf.d States Department of Agbicui/
tukk. Weather Bureau, San Francisco, Feb
ruary 2, 1896, 5 p. it.— Weather conditions and
general forecast:
The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date
as compared with those of the same date last sea
son: Kureka 24.73, last season 28.73: Red Bluff
13.83, last season 22.27; San Francisco 12.42, last
season 19.66; Fresno 4.09, last season 9.62; San
Luis Oliispo 12.25. last season 20.64: Los Angeles
6.91, last season 11.22; San Diego 2.Bo. last season
9.64: Yuma.46, last season 299.
San Francisco data— Maximum temperature 55,
minimum 46. mean Mi.
No rainfall during the past twenty-four hours.
An area of moderately high pressure is central
this evening on the Oregon nnd Washington coast,
while the lowest pressure is reported from Arizona.
These conditions are causins fair weather and
somewhat lower temperatures throughout Nevada
and the Northern portion of California, in South
ern California the skies are cloudy and a light
shower occurred at San Diego to-day, but the con
ditions are favorable for clearing colder weather in
that section to-night. The air is extremely dry in
the Sacramento Valley ana with the clear sky now
prevailing the temperature will fall rapidly during
ihe DigbttWhlcb will probably cause severe frosts
in that section. Killing frosis will probably be quite
general throughout the State Monday night. Severe
I'reezinar weather will occur in Nevada anl I'tah
to-night and Monday night. The temperature at
vVinnemucca will fall to about ten degrees above
zero.
Forecast made at San Francisco for thirty hours
ending niidnitht February 3, 1806:
Northern Caliiornla— Fair Monday : severe frosts
in north portion to-night; generally severe frosts
Monday night; light to fresh northerly winds.
southern California— Fair Monday; cooler in the
cast Rortlon Monday: cooler, with severe frojts,
Monday night: fresh northerly winds.
Nevada— Falf Monday; co'.der to-night; contin
ued cola Monday night.
Ltah— Fair Monday ; colder to-night ; continued
cold Monday night.
Arizona— Fair colder Monday: severe frosts
Momlav night and probably Tuesday night.
San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Monday; fresh
to brisk northerly winds; probably light frosts in
this vicinity Monday and Tucsdav mornings.
W. H. Hammon, Korecast Official.
• — * — •
THE CALL CALENDAR.
February, 1896.
M.
Tu.
W.j
S3
i
6 7
13 14
20 ! 21
I I
! 27 I 28 I
I SB.
Moon's Phases.
1
(7"\ Last Quart*
V 4=*' February
5
I
8
12
: 4sk : New Moon.
*«£/ February 13
9
11
16 i
/"^\ First Qua
! first vtua
V/Ff bruarv
! /"^> First Qua
I s.i'February
17
18
!22 I '—■ -
/C^. Full Mew
— v£/ February
i 29 I .. ■ ;-■ •
j 23
24
i 25 |
26 !
OCEAN STEAMERS.
Dates of Departure l*rom San FranrWco.
SI KvMK.lt. | DKSTISATIOX j
SAir,«.
I PI KB.
orona IHuuiboldcßav 1-eh 3. 2r*!P:er9
lexico. (Kan Diego JFeb 3.11 am Pier 11
tateor Ca; \ Portland i Feb 3.10 am Pier 24
oint wmo. ■ Grays Harbor. Feb 4.12 m i Pier 2
ityPuebla.. ' Vie it Pst !Snd Feb 4. Bam; Pier 9
)elJS'orte.. Grays Haroor. , Feb 5. 4pm ..
:ureka 'Newport 'Feb 6. 9am Pier 11
liiriDosa — ;svdney iFeb 6, 2pm I Oceanic
lio Janeiro. ; China* Japan I Feb 6. Bp» ! PMSS
nnta Hat*., i Sun Uleeo ; Feb 7.1 lam ! Pier 1 1
.capulco — 'Panama Feb 8,12 M'PMSS
olumbia... I I'orllana Feb B.loam 1 Pier 24
t *■»"' ■ NewDort Feb ». 9am i Pier 11
t alia Walla Vie * Pgt Snd Feb 9. 9am Pier 9
oos Hay... MpTicn Feb 10.10 am Pier 11
STKAMEKS TO ARRIVE.
... tSTKAUKR , | FROM ■ , . » . s ) DvK
Mackinaw iTuconia. Feb 8
City or Everett Departure 8ay.......... Feb 3
Coos Bay."-....; Newport .............. Feb 3
National City... Humboldt:. ;......:....■.. Feb : 3
Pronreso Seattle..,:.. t . ;.;...... Feb 4
Kinpire Portland .-......;. Feb 4
Willamette Departureßay .^Feb 4
■Al-Ki . Portland .::....'. .•; ~ ■ I 'Feb 4
Walla Wa11a.... Victoria Puget Sounii I ..Feb 5
C01umbia... ..... Portland ..;....... . Feb 6
SamaKosa. San Dieco.. .:....; Feb' 5
Corona... „ Humooldt 8ay::........ Feb 6
Bt.Paui. .'.; Newport. ;;.-.'....;;....„- Feb 7
Arae0:. ......... Coos Bay :."..;.. ..;..'..•.; Feb -"7
Zpalandla. Panama ...."....■ Feb 8
Gae1ic........;:'. China and Japan Keb 8
Australia...:.... H0n01u1u.";."..:..-...:...'. Feb 8
Mexic0.......... San iiieeo ..'......... . Feb " 9
South Coast..... P0rt1and....;..;..;..... Feb 9
Crescent City... Crescent City........... ..Feb 10
Ban Juan Panama.".."..; ..Feb 10
Umati11a........ Victoria A Pusret Sound ..Feb 10
State of Cat..... P0rt1and.;.......;......; .Feb 10
Alice Blanc tiarrt t'orllnnct ;......'...'..;.;-. \ ..Feb 10 i
SU>' AND TIDE TABLE.
8.51
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7.1
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: ; J&AHfTFIXir IMi.l.l.Kih.Nlli, ;
Arrived.
SUNDAY. February 2.
Btmr Pomona. Doran. 17 hours from Eureka;
pass and niilse, to Goodall, Perkins & Co.
Stmr Albion, Luudquist. 1? hours from Albion;
222 M ft, lumber, to Albion Lumber Co.
Simr Gto Loomm, Bridgett, 40 hours from Ven
tura: oil, to Union Oil Co.
Stmr Gipsy, Leland. 12 hours from Santa Cruz;
produce, to Goodali. Perkins <fe Co.
Stmr Del None. Stockfleth, 79 hours from Grays
Harbor; pass and lumber, to E X Wood Lumber
Co.
Stmr Scotia, Johnson, 47 hours from Hueneme;
produce, to Erlanger <fc Galinger.
Br ship Blatrmore, Caw, 66 day from Newcastle,
NSW ; '2934 tons coal, to J1) Spreckels & Bros Co.
Br sblp Fannie Kerr. Gibbon, 68 days from New
castle, NSW : 8600 tons coal, to J J Moore * Co,
fllktn Monitor. Turloff, 3 days from Eureka: 171
M ft lumber, 938 M shingles, to Chas Nelson.'
Brig Geneva. Pauisen, 14 days from Kahului;
1H.025 bags sugar, 2 bxs glass, 2 bxs castings, to
Hawaiian Commercial und Sutrar Co.
Sehr Archie and Fontie, Colstrup, 24 hours from
Albion: lumber, to order. Up river direct.
Scbr Ocean Spray, Stenborn, 36 hours from Iver
sons Landing: 90 cds wood, to N Iversen.
Schr Sparrow, Bart, 72 hours from Eureia
lumber, to Preston <fc McKinnon.
Schr Mary C. Campbell, 8 hours frm Bodega • 40
bxs butter, to Ross & Hewlett.
Sailed.
SUNDAY, February 2.
Nor stmr Peter Jebsen, Hansen, Nanalmo
Stmr Arago, Itced, Coos Bay.
Stmr Rival, Johnson, Fort Bragg.
Bktn City of Papeete, Berude, Tahiti.
Schr Matiie T Dyer, Mockler, sealing voraire
Japan coast ana Bering Sea via Attou and I'ni
alasku.
Schr Twilight. Topfer, Grays Harbor.
Telegraphic.
I'OINT LOBOS— Februarv 2—lo p if— w*>a.th«r
hazy: wina NW; velocity 12 miles. "•"-"«
Domestic Ports.
PORT GAMBLK-Salled Feb 2-Bktn J M Grif
fith, for Honolulu. M Unf
I: = ■•■ • ••■•-• ■ - ■ . .: ■ ■ ,• ■. ■- ■•. ~
SEATTLE— Arrived Feb 2— Bktn Modoc. hence
Jan 19. . \ :•:.-■- :
■ COOS BAY— Arrived Feb 2— Stmr Homer, hence
Jan 31. • .
Sailed Feb 2-Smrs Alice Blanchard and South
Coast, for Portland. - :■:..: . •
EfltKKA— Feb 2— Stmr National City,
for San Francisco. .'
pi KEDONIH»- Arrived Feb.2-Schr John F Miller,
fron> Oravs Harbor. . . ■
' Sailed Feb 2— Schr San Buenaventura, for Grays
Harbor. ■ : •.-.--■ ■
MAN PEDRO— Sailed Feb 2— Schr Vesta, for
Port Blakeley.
: -■• .Foreign Port*.-
KAHUX,UI-Arrived Jan 17-ScUr John D Tal
latit, hence Dec 25.
Movement* or Tram- Atlnutlo Stearaara.
; NEW OR K— Arrived F«b'2— Simr La Tou
rnine, from Jlavre; stmr Wcotia, from Hamburg
and Havre: stmr Umbrla, from Liverpool and
Queenstown. - • ■''' -■ •*.•■ ;■■•**:: ■■
-• Sailed Feb 2— Stmr Spaarnnam, for Rotterdam:
stmr Marsala, for Hamburg. :. ■ •
QUEENSTOWN— Arrived out Feb 2— Stmr Ser
via. .".■.■■■■ .:■■ .. ;.',-.••■-.,;-. „-■;. ■ ... , .
sailed Feb 2— Stmr Aurania, for New York.
HA VRE— Arrived out Feb 2— Stmr La Bretagne.
•Importations. '. •
EUREKA— Per Pomona— 46 rolls leather. 1 box
plates, 4 bdls green pelts, 2 kgs 100 b.xs butter, 31
oil tanks, 6 pkers household goods. 166 sks peas. 1
sewing machine. 414 b.xs apples, 3 csdry goods, 1
cs crackers. l:-t Mft lumber. 191 M shingles, 1 cs
saddlery, 16 cs eggs. 1 kit 70 bxs fish. 1 cs clothing.
8 pkes express, 1 sk co.n, 3 cs hardware, 1225 sks
potatoes, 2 kegs lard, 5 hbls 21 cs cider, 12 doors, 2
coops chickens, 3 bdls hides, 1 cs glassware, 1 box
baKin? powder. . ■ -.
SANTA CRUZ— Per Gipsy— 2 bxs butter. 7 bbls
bottles. 9 bxs apples, 32 rolls loather, 600 bbls
lime, 2 bbls California wine, 34 bdls sacks, 49 sks
bones. 18 empties. ■ . . : '■■
' Soquel— 3oo rms wrapping paper, 4 cs empty
bottles, 277 bxs apples. ■ .
, Moss Landing— l cs eggs, 1 hf-bx butler.
Watsonville Landing— 693 sks oats, 8 sks turnip
seed.
Watsonville— l sk beet seed, 1 bdl 1 box casting.
Moro Cojo— 64B sks potatoes. ■ ■• ' .■ •• ■
Picreon Point— sks beans, 75 drras 33 boxes
cheese, 13 hf-bxs butter.
HUENEME- Per Scotia— l 996 sks barley, 1357
sks corn. . •
. GRAYS HARBOR-Per Del Norte-6 M ft hard
wood lumber, 326 M. ft lumber, 1 cs mdse, 283 bdls
snooks.
Conslenees.
Per Pomona- A mer Press Assn ; Eveleth & Nasli:'
A C Nichols & Co : Bernard <fe Co; DKeefe&Co;
Dodge, Sweeney & Co: D E Allison <fe Co; Ameri
can Carbolic Acid Gas Co: John F English; Arctic
Oil Works; Levi, Strauss <fc Co; LDStone&Co:
Marshall, Teggart«t Co: Ross & Hewlett: Eclipse.
Cracker Co; Overland Freight Transfer Co; Green
baum&Co: Standard OH Co; C O G Miller: C C
Hanson; Wheaton, Breon<fc Co: - APaladlni; Mc-
Kay Co; Wells, Fargo & Co ; Revere Rubber Co;
American Union Fish Co: .1 R Heckman <fe Co; W
Milican: Brigham, Hoppe &Co; Dalton Bros; \V
L Milla; Baker <fc Hamilton; C E Whitney <fc Co:
Dodge, Sweeney «fc Co; Dairymen's Union; D Ver
valln: E R Stevens Co: Hills Bros; A Inguglia;
Norton, Teller & Co; O B Smith & Co; B Carto; A
Sylvester: Tiiliuann Bendel: Wltzel Baker; G
Berti&Co; G Camilloni &Co; Millanl &Co; Pac
Coast Fish Co: W B Sumner*Co: G G Wickson
<fe Co; Del Monte Milling Co: H Campe & Co: J M
Moore; J H Kane <fc Co; J .1 de Haven; Mau, Sad
dler it Co; J L Simmons; Pacific Coast L M Co:
WF Mitchell.
■ Per Gipsy— L G Sresovlch & Co; H Cowell <t Co;
Witzel <fe Baker; Wheaton, Breon & Co; H Dutard:
Garcia &Magglni; Wolf Son; Getzßros&Co: T
A Burns <fc Co; Herman Joost: Union Paper Co; X
H Sheldon; Dairymen's Union; Miller Son; N
Ohiandi & Co: Norton. Teller * Co; Kron Tanning
Co; Dodge, Sweeney* Co San Francisco Stove
Works; San Francisco Chemical Works.
.' Per ■ Scotia— Erlanger * Galinger ; Jonas, Erlan
ger & Co.
Per Del Norte— Simpson Lumber Co; E X Wood
Lumber Co; Western 'Basket Mfg Co; E I Nelhaus
& Co: .Bernein * Co.
For Laic Shippinp Intelligence Ser. Thirteenth Page.
ocEAir steamships;
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSniPCOMPASI
CUT RATES
TO
VICTORIA, B. C, and
PUGET SOUND.
First Class &0.00
Second Clasb. -dSOO
Meals and berth Included.
Ticket Office— 4 lew Montgomery Street.
OOODALL, PERKINS A CO.,
. . Oeoeral Agents.
C>. DRL. _dS3 IST.
ASTORIA ANiTPOfITLAE
$2.50 Second Class, $5 First Class,
MEALS AND BERTHS INCLUDED.
For . reservations call at 19 Mont-
gomery 'street. . :
Columbia sails ..i .' January 29
Slate of California salts February 3
GOODALL, PERKINS <!fc CO., Genl. J^upts.
F. F. COIN' OR, General Agent.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
STEAMERS WILL SAIL FROM . J&&k-
Rroadway wharf, Sau Francisco, us StßatL
follows: .
For Mary Island, Lorinjr, WrangeU Juneau. Kll-
iisnooana Sltka (Alaska), at V a. m., Feb. 14, 29,
March 15, 80.
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. CO. Port Town-
send, Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Anacones and New
Whotcom (BellliiKham Bay, Wash.), 9 a. m.
1-eb. 4, 9, 14, 19, 24. i:9, and every fifth
day thereafter, connecting at Vancouver with
the C. IV R. R., Tacoma with N. P. R. R.,
at Seattle with U. N. Ry., at Port Townsend with
Alaska steamers. . -. ■ ■
- For Kureka, Arcata and Fields Landing (Hum-
boldt Bay) str. Pomona, 2 p. M., Feb. a, 7, 11, 15,
19, 23, 27, and every fourth day thereafter.
For Santa Crnz, Monterey, San Simeon, Cayuco3,
Port Harford (San Luis Oblspo),, Gaviota, Santa
Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme, San Pedro, East San
Pedro (Los Angeles) ana Newport, at 9 a. v... Feb.
1, 5. 9. 13, 17,21, 25, 29, and every fourth day
thereafter. — - . •■,"'" ■ •.
For San Dlf-KO, stopping only at Port Harfor.l
(San ■ Luis Obispo), Santa Barbara, Port Los
Angeles, Redondo (Los Angeles) and Newport, 11
a. m., Feb. 3, 7, 11, 16, 19, 23, 27, and every
fourth day thereafter. • .
For Enscnada, San Jose del I Cabo, Mazatlan, La
Paz, Altata and Guaymas (Mexico), str. Willam-
ette Valley, 10 a. m.. 25th of each month.
Ticket otlice, Palace Hotel, 4- New . Montgomery
street. ; ...■-•- •. •■ . ■ . ■ -, -r - -
GOODALL, PERKINS «fc CO.. Gen'l Agents.
.• 10 Market st., San Francisco.
• OCEAMC STEAMSHIP COMPAM.
gmpugtM "fe. i Coolgardie gold fields
JBsSrT-lQ (Freemantle). Austra-
J M^kVhff Ua: $2 ' < Jo tir3t clas *
jß&cP' *l 0 MT?f i ifu» $110 steerage. Lowest
Jg jfdo* n '^Hw " rates to Capetown,
Mjß4^^~~f> South Africa.
mßff ■rjy fc Australian steamer,
■V/ -IJITUn M MAKiPwsA, sail* vu
■■( yf^SLjwH Honolulu and Auck-
wcl K-«lWfr/Bai land * ' lulrsda y. *'eb.
■ -/JkW Steamship Australia,
Honolulu only, Sit iir-
day, r ebruary ] 5, at 10
P A. M.
Ppkciai. Fabt iks. —Reduced special ' rates for
parties Feb. 6 and 15, 189& : -
■ Ticket office. 114 Montgomery street.
Freight office, 327. Market street.
"-. J. D. SPHECKELS »fc BROS., General Agents.
COJIPAGHIEGEIER.UETRASSATLMTIIIUE
' Krencli JLine.to Havre. '
/COMPANY'S PIER (NEW), 42 NORTH rjrtS
\J River, foot of Morton st. Travelers by £{M|
this line avoid both transit by Englisn railway auU
tne discomfort of crossing the channel In a small
boat. I New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Parla.
first-class f 160; second class, $110. ■
LA BRETAGNE, Capt. Rupe. . . . : ;
• .. ........................ January 11 ■
LA GASCOUNE, Capt. Baudeion
.....•'.'...;.'.'.....". ...........January 18, ........ .
LA CHAMPAGNE, Capt. P01r0t....... .!
January 25, . _
LA BOURGOGNE, Capt. Leboeuf ........
: ..... ::.. Fe bru ar 1 ;......- '■'.
$&• For farther particulars apply to .
tvt^ „r, A - FORGET, Ag<»m,
•■ %W < FiTrvyi 0 wlin Green, New York.
av J enne,lan G Frinofsco.°- Asent3 ' & ■ Montgomery
ROYAL MAIL SI'EAMJACKET COMPAIII.
STEAMER 3 LEAVE ABPINWALL jBHOU,
fortnightly for the West Indies aud <SSSS3
Southampton, calling en route at • Cerbourgh,
France, and Plymouth to land passengers. •
Through bills of lading, in connection with th«
Pacific Mall S. S. Co., issued for freight and treas-
ure to direct ports in England and Germany. ••-■<
Through tickets from San Francisco to Plymouth,
Cherbourg, Southampton." First class, $195: third
•Uaa, 99? 60. - For further particulars apply to
VARROTT <fc CO., Agents,
' ; ■■'. '..; . ; „;, .-■ 306 California st.
STOCKTON STEAMERS
Leave Pier No. 3, Washington St*
, v At 5.P. M. I>aily, Except Sunday. .
49" Accommodations Reserved by Telephone.
I''-. '.-■.■: <■-.-: STKAMEBi: - ',
T. C.Walker. . : \J. I>- Peters,
Mary Garratt, City of Stockton.
.-'' Telephone Main 805. '.- C.v. Nay. and Impt. Co
YALLEJO AM MARE ISLAM
STR. BZOXTICJSICI.OJ
Dally, except Punday— lo a. m., A 9. }Ik
nday— B ;P. K. ? :
J.*a dinar. Misalon I. FIOT »«.
RAILROAD TRAVEL:
LOW RATES BY RAIL
'.I. '.TO ' •
FOJFJLTILi A.3?J33. OR.
■■■■ 'jSME&WM^IJ^43ig3g&- . '
MONDAY FEBRUARY. 3,
And Every Fifth l>ay 'I'liereaftor.
Leave from S. P. Co. 'B Ferry landing, foot
- . ■.. of Market st., at 8:00 p. it.
Ai P A— Including iiertu in rullruan Tourist
O/■ 0 U sleeper.
- ....ALSO....
First-class tickets,' including berth in Cj"l C.OO
Pullman Standard bleeper, *ip ' '*
SPECIAL; NOTICE.
This train will not stop to deliver or take on piv
sengers at intermediate stations, nor will tickets ba
sold or baggage checked to such points. "
fIS- Through Tickets for Puget Soun«
points on Sale at-Keduced Kates.
For further Information apply at •
613 MARKET BTBJGKT (Orand Hotel
'J'lcket Office), San Francisco.
BICHARD GRAY, . T. H. GOODMAN,
Gen. Trallic Mgr. Gen. Pass. Agt
BOUTUEBX FAVITIC COHPAXT.
. (PACIFIC SYSTEM. 'V
Tr»ln» Irnvo »n<! nrc .luc (o »i-i-It« «l
SAN ;. FUANCIMO.
lkave — Fkom November 20. 1835. _—■ ARRira
6:30 a Haywards, Niles ard Way Stations. . 1 0: 1 sa.
7:«0a Atlantis Kiprcrs. Ogdeu and Mast.. B:*sp'
7:00 a Benicia. VacaTllle. Ramsey. Sacra-
-1 - • mento, and la'tluing via Davis.... 7:13p
7:30 a Martinez, Ban Itauicn, Napa, Calis-
■ toga and Santa Rosa ' 6:13*
■:»Oa NiU-. San Jnse. Stockton, lone,
Sacramento, Marj'"'"*'. Re<l Klutf
' and Sundays excepted Oro'illc.... 4:ISf
•B:36a Peters and Milton "7:15p
9:00 a Ban Leandro, ward* & Way St'ns . 11:45 a.
9:OUa Los Angeles ' Kxprcss, Raymond, ■
(for Yoscmite), 6anU barbara
and Los AiiRe1ex. ................. 4i4sf<
9:OOa Martinez and 5t0ckt0n....... 10:43*
I0:0Ga San Lcaodro, ILtywcrds and Klles. . 1:43p
12:OOm San Leandro, Hayv.nrds* Way St'ns 2s-tZr
l:OOp Niles, San Joso and Livcrmore ti:4H*.
*1:00p Sicramento River Steamers. .'. *3:00p
tl:3op Port Costa and Way Stations f?:4»r
3:0 Op San Lsandro, Haywards & Way Bt'ns ' 5:49f
4 lOOp San Leandro, IlaywtrUs & Way Ht'ns 6:43p
4:00p Martinez, Han Ramon, vallejo,
. . ' Napa, Calistoga, Xl Verauo and
Santa Rosa •<»*
4:«»* Benieia, Esparto, Woodland, .■ % ■ !
• • Knishts Landing, MarysriUe, ' ,
Orotille and Sacramento I«i4S«
' 4:3»p Niles, San Joa';, LiTermore and ■
.Stockton ...., 7:lBr
S:OOp San Leandrc, Haywards & Way St'ns 8:43*
B:3Up New Orleans KxpreES.Freeno.Baken-
! licld. Santa llui'U.ira.Los Aueeles.
' Deming, El Paso, Ksw Oileana and
Ea5t....... -I*!4S*
3j3«p Santa Fo Route, Atlautio Ezpresa
for MojaTe Rud East 10:13*.
S:00p Kuropean Mail, Ogdcu nnd Kast.... Oi-f 3a.
6:UOpllay»:irds, Nileaaud San Joso 7i43a.
t7:«op Vallejo :;. .'.... 17:43f
- 7:OOp Oreeou Kxpreas, Sacramento, HJarys-
vine. Redding, Portland, X'uget
Sound and Ka5k...... , 10:43*.
7:00p I.eandro, Hay wards Way St'ns lO:3Op
9:00p San Leandro.Haywards&V/ay St ns 1tl8:»O*,
"Jl©:«sp 'Sunset Lfnsl ted," Fresno, Los
Angeles. El Paso, New Orle&os . * -
and East InMSf
Leandro. Haywarils Way Kfn* 7:13 a.
SANTA flil'Z DIVISION (Narrow O.ingf).
8:1 0 A Newark, tVriterville.Kan J O3o. Felton,
Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz and Way
Stations BtS*i
•8:15p Newark, Centerville, San .Tosc. New
'\ • f Almaden, Felton, Kouldcr Cr«;k,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations 11x204
4:13p Newark, Han Joso and Los Ciatos.... 9:30 a
f11:43r Hunters' Excursion. Ban Jose and
Way Stations ' t7t—l»
COAST IHVISION (Third & Towiiscihl Xt».)
<S:43a San Joae ami Way butiem (New
Almaden Wednesdays only), 1:4
■:13a San Jose, Tres I'inos, Hunta Cruz,"
.;;>;. I'.icilic Orove, Paso Roblcr, Sau
Luis Obispo, Guadahipo and Prin-
cipal Way KUtioim .............. 7sO3f
1O:4Oa Sau Joso and Way Stations 3:OOp
11:43.\ Palo Alto and Way Stations 3>30l
• *2:a«i> San .Jdbo, Gilroy, Tres Pinos, f^aiita
■ Cruz, Salinas, Monterey ami Pacitlo
(irnvo «ia:4OA
«3t3«p San Jose and Principal WayStatious ■ 9:47 a
. •■l:3Oi- Han Jose au.l Way Stations •N:OCa
5:30p San.M)saan.lWay Stations. "HtlS*
O::»»l- San Jose ami Way Stations ;. O:Ma
•tl 1:45 p. Jose nnd Way Statinnw iT:-15f
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
From SAN FR4SCISCO— Foot of Market Street (Slip 8)—
•7:li 9:00 11:00 a.m. $l:flQ »2:00 12:01
•*:00 J5:00 •6:Cop!m.
From OAltaHO— Foot of Broadirij.— *C:00 800
10:00 a.m. U2;00 *l:00 *2:00 »3:CO ti:00
-5:00r.M. - - . . .
. A for Morning. P for Afternoon.
• Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
• ! Sundays only.
, U Monday, Thursday and Saturday nights only.
and Saturdayi • Sundays and Thur»d»ffc
SISFR4SCISCO &
cific RAILWAY co.
Tlburon Ferry— Foot of Market St.
. San Francisco to San Kafael.
WEEK DAYS— 7:4O,- 9:20, 11:00 a. k.; 12:35
3:30, 5:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— trip
at 11:30 p.m. Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:50
and 11:30 p. M.
SDNDAYS-8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a. it; 1:80, 3:30,
6:00, 6:20 P. it.
San Rafael to San Francisco.
WEEK DAYS-6:25, 7:55, 9:30, 11:10 A. M.-
-12:45. 3:40, 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trip*
at 1 .55 p. it. and 6:35 p. it.
SUNDAYS— 9:40, 11:10 a. x.; 1:40, S:4OL
6:00, 6:25 p.m. '..' ;
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park sam*
scheduf as above, ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
Leave T _ _»„» Arrlro
San Francisco. ©ct 28." Ban '»nclsca
Wkek I Son- *J??*; ian Bns- I Wik"
Days. | pays. destination. pAY||^ | Day^
7:40 am 8:00 ami Novato, 10:40 am! 8:60 am:
3:30 pm 9:30 am Petaluma, 6:05 PM 10:30 AM
5:10 FM| 5:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:30 pm| 6:15 pm
-. ~~~ Fulton,
7:40 am Windsor, 10:30 AM
Healdsburg,
. . Geyservllle,
3:30 pm 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:30 pm 6:15 PM
Pieta,
Hopland Jt.
7:40 am 8:00 AM Uklah. 7:30 pm 6:15 pic
7:40 am i 10:30 am
8:00 am Guernevllle. 7:30 pm
3:30 pm I 6:15 FK
7:40 am 8:00 am Sonoma 110:40 am 8:50 am
6:10 pm 5:00 pm and | 6:05 pm 6:15 pk
•--■; [__ Glen Ellen. | _^
7:40 AM; 8:00 am; su.Ka-tnnol i 10:40 AM 10:30 AM
3:30 16:00 pm| SebMtopol. j 6:05 |. 6;16 pm
Stages connect at San P.afael for Bollnas.
Stages connect at Cloverdale for the Geysers. ■
Stages connect at Pieta for Highland Springs,
K>lseyyllle, Lakeport.
Stagres connect at Uklah for Vichy Springs. Bias
Lakes, Laurel Dell. Upper Lake, Boonevllle, Green-
wood, MendocinoCity. Fort Hrasic. Usal, Westport,
Cahto, Willetts, Calpella, Porno, Potter Valley, Joha
Day's, Ltvely's, Gravelly Valley, Harris, Scotia
and Eureka. ■
Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at reduced
rates. ■ - . .
On Sundays round-trip tickets to all points b«-
yond San Rafael at half rates.
«,...,. . . , , . . ■
- Ticket Offices, 650 Market St., Chronicle building.
H. C. WHITIXG. K. X. P.YAX,
■ Gen. Manager. » Gen. Pass. Agent.
Atlantic f||il||
BAILBOAD lf&rttf
Trains leave from =.n.l orrlva jt^jf^Jt&ik
St Market-Street Ferry. >JM Bfci
SANTA FE EXPRESS
To Chlcr* via A &
Leaves every day at to Chlcaw
eP^y^ho T u°t U c r n S^, Annex cars f«
Denver and St. Lonls. q LIM|TED>
CHICAGO LIMITED,
From Los Angeles to Chicago.
Rr>iiH v«tlhule Train Dally, with Dining-cars,
%\%*£X™ 8 «ro 9 m ctmornia^tJfe^u
»Tw rails lies': dust: interesting scenery;
and go^d ineai. in Harvey's dining-room or dlnia*.
Car *" Ticket Office-644 Market Street,
Cfcroalclo Balluicg.
50RTH PACIfIC COAST RAILROAD
(Via Sausalito Ferry),
From San Francisco, beginning October 27, 1895.
WEEKDAYS. 1 .
For Mill Valley and .San Rafael— 7:3o, 9:15, 11:00
a. M.: 1:45; 3:46, 6:15, U:I;0 P. m.
San Quentiu— 7:3o, 9:15 a. m. : I:4b, 6:15 p. v.
Extr.t trips ior San . Haiael on Mondays, ednes-
days and Saturdays at 11:30 h. m.
: - " SUNDAYS.
For Mill Valley, 5-an Rafael and San Quentin—
8:00. 10:00. 11:30 a. m.: 1:30, 3:00, 4:30 »615
T. m. »-L>oes not run to Smi Qu»-nnn -
„-. : THBODGH TBAdNS.
7:30 a. M. weekdays-( .azalero and way stations.
Vtn F - * ■^ aUlr<la -' : s - r ,<»nales and way stations.
8:00 a. it. Sundays- 1 o.n- i; oyPS anrl way station*
Weak Men Women
QHOULD USE DAMIANA BITTERS TUB
Strenstb to the Sexual oreaos. -"eaJta aai

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