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BOOMS TO LET— Contlnnod.
Muter -irent.
r/QI SUTTER, OPP. UNIVERSITY CLUB—
i OX Newly furnished front alcove room for 1 or
2 gentlemen; breakfast if desired.
C 9..1 SUTTER - — WARM " SINGLE ROOM ;
Ci.U'i closet, hot and cold water; reasonable.
._> .a." ' .100..
"I "I C TAYLOR — NICELY FURNISHED
J. 10 front suite; $20 month.
Tenth Street.
-I C)~ TENTH— BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM; GAS
J ii O and bath; $5.
. Lira siree..
-I 7 THIRD (IMPEKIAL) — NICELY FUR-
X I nished rooms; tourists a specialty; transient.
Turk Street.
0 SUNNY ROOMS- RENT $5; PRIVATE
-J family: gas. bath 242 Turk st.
Twelfth Street.
QQr\ TWELFTH— 4 SUNNY ROOMS AND
000 bath; rent $16. Apply 19 Isis.
\ «... .e-s ._ nvi.i-i.
nt\C)\ VAN NESS AYE.— SUNNY FRONT
. V— £ bay-window room, with grate: also two
Cher rooms, cboap.
f7f\l! VAN NE «S AYE.— FURNISHED
i UD rooms; $B and up; housekeeping privileges.
-I 1 A(k VAN S i: •*§. CORNER GEARY— FUR-
-11 UU nished sunn/ front room; $6; bath.
Webster Street.
17.1 WEBSTER — 2 nR 3 LAROE HAND-
iII some rooms, furnished or unfurnished, for
housekeeping.
Miscellaneous.
OW. COP. SIXTEENTH ST., NEAR MISSION;
i"' branch Hire of The Call. Subscriptions and
want ads taken.
BOARDING AM) ROOMS.
q"m AL-_ PRIVA-TrPAMILY" B_£______NG IN
i >l the warm belt of the Mission, '.0 minutes from
Kearny st., have a large sunny bay-window alcove
room, handsomely furnished, which they desire to
rent to a gentleman or man and wife, with board ;
also single sunny room; terms reasona >:e. Ad-
dress Quiet, box 118, Call.
A 1 -V EDDY -LOVELY SUNNY PARLORS
_il_l and other rooms, with board: 920 up. i
m- PINK [X N V.\) NEWLY FTJRNISH-
(-0 ed suites and singe rooms: service strictly
first class; references.
*? 7 |"l LF-YVENWO RTH — SUNNY CnßXEit
c_ vJI suites; single; excellent table; rates mod..
OTKL BERTLINO. 714 RUSH— A FAMILY
hotel: refer i.e.; all modern conveniences.
CUILHRJEN ROARHRI).
LDERLY LADY WISHES CHILD TO
li board; no other children. 238 Seventh, rear.
ANTED— LITTLE _____ IO BOARD; 5
years old: $10 month. 116 x F;levenih st.
A MOTHER'S PERSONAL CARE; SI'NNY,
j\. healthful rooms; dry, san yard: wholesome
food; reasonable frms. E. 1)., boa 7-.
KTOi.E. '..» LET.
JOW RENT TO RESPONSIBLE TENANT:
i corner saloon and cigar-stand, with tiled floor
and fine fixtures, chandeliers, etc., complete.
Northeast corner Stockton and Geary sts.
Qjon/Y 6 POST— HALF OF STORE TO
tpOUU. rent; reasonable terms to desirable
party.
/• J, t. NATOMA — STORE AND 2 ROOMS,
o*l o grocery and saloon; $12
STORE AND 3 ROOMS GOOD LOCATION
i^ lor dressmaker: sunny belt: $16 per month;
2610 Mission -L Apply 844 Capp st.
1 1 l' FOURTH— SMALL I ORE WITH ROOM
'_ 1 O in rear: low rent. Apply to G. H. ESEN
A CO., 14 Montgomery sL
ARBER-SHoP. WIT BATHS: ESTAB-
J J llshed 16 yea $18 per month; Key at 639
Second st.
( aipeuter-shop; $7 per month. 6 Le Boom st. ;
key at 51-19 se ond st.
1' umbing-shop; S.i per mouth. 3 De Boom st. ;
key st 51-9 second St.
Corn' r store, 631 second st.; $14 per month;
key at 539 Second st.
\ I LOW RENT— PART OF STORE AND
j\. ba-em-nL 324 Pcs', st.
OFFICES i'_> r.ET.
__SlOtC<n-r^V_T-rF_--L O-fiOF OFFICK:
rent S5. Apply 509 Kearny st room 8.
TfLI-U ANTLY FU RN I SHED sVN N V
1-i offices -or doctors or detilists: central 4-6
Bu ters- HC^H
"I ■.. |W MARKET-ELEGANT SUNNY C.N-
-1 _)V'l iurnis ed offices; suit al.le doctor or dentist
"|\E-K 1.0. .M, WITH FCLL Lt-E OF OFFICE;
IJ r-nt $5. ft npy 503 Kearny M., room 8.
Vi CAL.
T^R_^rH-^s__El-_' N , T-TegTrEATSPECTaIv
1" Ist, still offers his valuable services io the un-
f .ri.n-.te. \\ lh a mind matured and enriched by
btudi.s of an advanced order, there is hardly a
disease in the catalogue of human ills he cannot
treat to a pei feet cure. La ties, he is always ready
to assist you. His knowledge has been strength-
ened by extensive experience. No case peculiar
to your del te organism Is he ond his sure con-
trol. Ii is female monii.ly remedies are sure and
safe in their effects. His tried and valuable reme-
dies for lost mauhood are never-failing in their
action, and are warranted tor both youn™ and old.
He excels all others i . cure of private diseases.
Over 50 eats of practice enables him 10 warrant
a cure in all cases. Consultation pi.rlors, 906
Market st. Call or write direct to 906 Market st.,
rooms 1 1 and 12.
~T SURE. SAFE AND SPEED _ CURE FOR
_" V all female diseases: ladies may have the bene-
fit of tbe skill and attention of a physician of long
and successful practice, A home in confinement
with b-st care, with the privacy of a home and the
conveniences ofa hospital. Those who are sick or
discouraged should call on the doctor and state their
case. All consultation free and confidential. Sole
agent Rex Magnus, the great worid-renowed rem-
eiy for home treatment. MRS. DR GWYER,
226 Turk st.
N_.V REMEDY THAT IS PERFECTLY
harmless; never falls in any case of monthly-
sickness, no matter what the cause may be. Price
$5 to $10. No electricity or Instruments; never
makes sick to make well: travelers helped; no
delay; years' experience: first-class home in con-
finement. it. & Mrs. Davies, 14 McAllister sL,
next Hihernia Rank. Consult free; French pills
f2: hours, 9 a. m. to 4, 7 to 8 p. ii.
A iHi.CF.f-S IHAT M*. V ..""il FAIL- TO RE-
-A. store every case of monthly sickness from
whatever cause in a lew hours when medicines
raJ others have failed; no instruments used;
many years' experience: every case guaranteed:
advice free: terms reasonable; first-class private
home for confinement. MRS. D it. L'A__.E\, IHi
Market si., over the owl Drag store.
NEW PROCESS— NO M D I C IN E, INSTRU-
ment or worthless pills used: every woman
berown physician for all lenialeiroublos. no matter
from una: cause; restores always In one daytcan he
sen and used » me; a I cases guaranteed: do
not trust Incompetent female physicians. DR.
POPPER, the we 1-k .own pioneer, 318 Kearny st.
ADI CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNY-
J roa. i'liis (Diamond Brand) are best; safe, re-
liable; take no other. Send 4c, stamps, for particu-
lars. "Relief for Ladies." In letter by return mall;
at drug.tst's. Chichester L'hem. Co.. Philadelphia
Dl OL' LEI'S FRENCH CAPSULES— ._
guaranteed absolute cure for all female dis-
cuses (no ma. ter v.hi t cause, positively safe aud
sure: no can_t- r or after effects: taken in time it
also acts as a preventive: price $1 50 per box:
tent Ire-- by mall on receipt of price. WALLER
PROS., 33 Grant aye. * r
11. AND MRS. WEGENER, 526 EDDY" ST.;
private home with every comfort; sei.arat.
rooms .tore and dur.ng confinement; all female
Complaints skillful treated; regular physician;
quirk relief for travelers: best care: terms moder*
ate; consiiltatio. i ire- ; pills $2.
Li. CASKS OF MONTHLY' SUPPRESSION
restored in a few hours: safety assured at any
time; instant relief for travelers; home in confine*
aoant: consult free: confidential; hours, 10 to 5.
MRS. DR. W Vl-TH. 916 Post St.. near Larkin.
RS. c.Ot »D WIN, SPECIALIST: LADIES,
near or far. safe, quick cm*, guaranteed, sny
diseas • or complaint: home tor patients: best skill;
free diagnosis -ow ices: self cute. 904 MOAllisterst,
LP.. FRENCH P'LLs— A BOON TO
Indies with teniae troubles: no danger; safe
and sure; $2 60 express C. v. D. ; don't delay uutil
too late. OSGOOD BROS. Oakland, Cal.
SURE CURF. FOR ALL FEMALE. DlS-
eases, from whatever cause: home in confine-
ment ; every comfort: satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. Mils. DR.GWYEB. 2.16 Turk
I*|ON'T FAIL TO C_)5r.'LLT Dit. JORDAN AT
XJ his museum, 1051 MarKet st.: bis 30 years'
FUccessful practice is a gui.ramee of fair treatment;
the worst cases ireaied satisfactorily hy mail.
"j> *".n(. PAIL Full A CA.-.F. I fail to curb
(jj] uvJV.I of female complaints or diseases of the
eye: consultation free. It*. DR. SCOTT, Geary
"VICE PRIVATE lit. .Ml. IN CONFINEMENT
J. .at the most rei. son a hie price In the city. MRS.
M- PF'FIIFFER, midwife, 2012 Fo'som st.
•I\U P.:aT'"-~fV ~\T\L .-. REGULATING PILLS;
A*' safe and efficient emmenatrogue: $1 per box.
RICHARDS <_ CO.,drugg.sts. -106 Clay st.,soleagts,
SF. LYING-IN .I'RIVAT. ) HOME; Did
O. cases of women and children. 230 Kearny, r. 9
HOME. A ERIE >d ano mother's CARE
MRS. DR. FUNKS, i 416 r.lgbth sL, Alamed*.
"1 1~1 R . LATINO 1 1 ANY FEMALE HI ASK
Sf MRS.DR. l J c'F.'l/. and be content. 'ibji/j 4th.
1 jR. HALL, 14 McALLI 1. 1 EX STREET, NEAR
J ' Jones. Diseases of women and children.
I . ' '■
PTC YOLKS.
iTN^HUFGcTß_r__<__ns_rw^
In second-hand wbee's. DAV-S BROS.,
cycle department, '-'5 Genry tt.
<__ QH SWELL SPECIAL CLEVELAND IN
<JpIoU. perfect condition for ii 60. 406 Geary.
STORAGE.
STORAGE— CHEAPEST IN THE CITY: FlRE-
proof building; advances made. 211 Larkin.
Tj.ukniturf:. PIANOS, trunks: - ad-
J. V_u_c«a, aaipp.ng, _______ !_. XAVLOR,2O4I'o*_.
_ EDUCATIONAL. 2J
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST—
J 1 Bookkeeping, business practice, shorthand,
typing, telegraphy, languages, English branches,
electrical engineering; HO teachers; 15,000 gradu-
ates; day and evening sessions; catalogue.
V RES'. THE LEADING COLLEGE 82»
Montgomery St.; individual instruction in
I shorthand, typin .. bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.:
[ me scholarship $50: l*'W rates per week and mo.
LADY TEACHES PIANO AND MANDOLIN
Xj thoroughly: 50c a .esson; excellent pianist and
I accompanist, entertainments, parties. 1209 Octavla
BOOKKEEPING THOROUGHLY IN _• WEEKS
XJ or year's course free; only accountant teaching.
XAI'.K, room 672, Parrott Emporium building.
MRS. :■ MELVILLE * SN YDE It, ' 2517% CALl-
fornla— Vocal music, piano and elocution;
practical acting; vocal classes. $1 per month.
TIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
0 College, 723 Market st.; students trained: ottice
situations secured; lowest rates or credit for tuition.
ENGINEERING SCHOOL; MECH.. ELEC.
J civil, mining, survey, assay, archlt.. X ray
laugij.:e._lB64. A.VAN* PER NaILLKN.72B Mkt
. ELASCO-.-. LYCEUM SCHOOL Or ACTING—
l ■ Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsal
Oil Mage. R. 6 and 12. 1. O. O. K. block. 7th and Mitt
1 ADIES' SINGING CLASs; TUITION FREE.
J- Apply 4 to 5 p. m., Byron Mauzy's Hall, 310
Post s_ A.so class ror the study of harmony. _
CBSCItIPTIONS AND WANT 'ADS FOR THE
call taken at branch ollice, a_-9 Hayes st.;
o: en until 9:80 o'clock*
PIANO TAUGHT IN 6 MONTHS; NEW
Km tii'd: special at'en tion to adu.t beginners;
$_ ..0 per month. 323 Hyde sl __
UCCESSF'UL LONDON TEACHER RE-
k_> ceives pupils piano, singing; French: $3 a
mon.h. 917 Polk st.
BANJO, PIANO, MANDOLI AND GUITAR
X) th iroughlv'tanght; lessons SOc. . 12*' Tenth st.
I la.i .\ i.iii AN .- F'-'.IN i i ■I. ... i ...i i ; EU-
X) rupi'sii artist; $5 mo. 305 Larkin, r. 105; p M.
ING ING; PIANO: PARIS GRADUATE;
French, German languages: $2 mo. 109 Taylor.
TTOICE, DRAMA. ORATORY: PRIVATE AND
V class. Prof. ROSS, Donoboe bldg;l2 to 1, 7 to 8.
pROF. L. RANKIN — VIOLIN. MANDOLIN
X mando!a;terms reasonable. 225Geary,nr. Powell
/ . Ul-AE, MANDOLIN, PIANo ,ii\_ VOJ-Ai-
VJ lessons. $3 mo. Mary Westhaus. 39 Fifth.
OOKKPNG. WRUNG. ARITHMTC. GRAMR,
ll day * night: no classes; $5 month. 845 Mission.
TV* IGHT SCROOLtHEALD'S BUB.COLLEGE; 24
i.- Post :commercial,shorthand.F^nglish:low rates.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
~T~RF^OC~^___N--!n-T»l__^^ THE PUK-
- IV. chase of a piano? if so our warerooms contain
the most desirable stock from which to make the
selection; bargains for cash, iusta intents or rent
contract plan; we are selling some pianos for S3,
$4 an J $5 per month; beautiful new uprights for
$6, $7, $8, $9 and $i 0 per month: no cash pay-
ment required larger than the above amounts all
purchasers of upright pianos from us bave the
privilege of exchanging same for a Stein way any
time within 3 years from date of purchase with-
out sacrifice SHERMAN, CLAY A CO., repre-
sentatives of Stein way A Son's pianos, cor. Kearny
and suiter st?., San Francisco; also Oakland,
Cal.; Portland. Or. : Seattle. _ ash.
U'E HAVE SECURED THE AGENCY OF
« " the wonderful Ivers A Pond pianos, a specially
(elected stock: all styles, uprights and grands:
just received: it is impossible to make a better
piano, absolutely without a weak point; sole
agents for Ivers it Pond, Lindeman, Connor,
Muehlfeid. Haynes and Singer pianos. J. T.
BOWERS A SON", Metropolitan Temple building.
RSOLUTELY THE OLDEST AN D LARGEST
ABSOLUTELY 1 HE OLLX.ST AN D LARGEST
house west of Chicago is KOHLER A
CHASE'S, 26. 28 and 80 O'Farrell st-: pianos, or-
gans and all other musical instruments, of all
grades and price*: terms e.isy; prices lowest;
everything possible done to please and satisfy the
customer.
CTUaLLY THE BEST BARGAINS IN Ft-
snos; nee our 1 st tor this week; pianos on $3,
$4. $5, $6, $7, $8, $9, $10, $15, $20 monthly pay-
ments; tine stool and rover with each; delivered
free anywhere in ih* city and kept tuned by ex-
pert concert tuners. The F. W. SPENCER CO,
salesrooms 9tS Market sl, opp. Mason.
AlNi-S, BUSH A GERTS AND KNABE PI-
Tl anos. get our reduced rices; fine second-hand
uprights. $135; organs, $.'"5. W. C. HAMILTON,
successor to A. L. BANCROFT A CO., 324 Post st.
PIANOS S- •_.__*. RENTED, TUNED, Rtl-
X paired, polished, shipped, stored, for lower rates
than nnv other linn in the city. J.HARRY
SCOTT, 526 Haves st.
BARGAIN — F_NTS CHICKERING $100.
It SCHMITZ, 16 McAllister St., next Hlbemia
Bank. ■
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE— MUST SELL,
LcL pianos a; Immense reduction for cash or ou
ins ailments. EATON ESTATE, 735 Market.
i INE SO I " _ RK, $?5i STEINWAY OR
' Decker !'..■>_, $350. New uprights, best and
cheapest, at MAGVAIS", 769 Market st.
_>,i/l A GOOD 7-OcTAVE UPRIGHT; FINE
<25 '' ' . condition: $sinsiallmts.22l Leavenworth.
" * BTEINWA Y . GOOD CONDITION, $175.
-rL- Room 10, BU9 Market s 1.
QUAKF". WEBER fIANO IN GOOD CONDI-
-_5 tion for sale cheap. 102 Taylor st.
MIA'. . STEINWAY $260, CHI'KERINO
$185;ttreat bargalnsts4mo HEINE.I 36 Ellis.
_r_ I X.k DECREE BROS.'; IN GOOD ORDER
Jj. I. 00. BR N'S piano house, 228 Post.
A N 1 FT CFI TST 1 N WAY PR I 5 T AND
schubert: little used: sacrifice. 1019 Van Ne»s
\V.' G. BADGER. SOLE A -ENT FORHALLET
'» .* Davisand Francis Bacon pianos. 406Sacta
YRON MAI 308 P'.sT ST.— SO Hit,
1) Newby A Evans, Uriggs and other pianos.
_•! _*EltlOl' VlOi.iNS, ZITHERS, OLD »fc NEW
O H. M I'LLEU, maker, repairer. 2 i .a: nam piace.
» DOLLAR A WEEK ON REM' CONTRACT
J\ boys new piano. 136 Ellis st_
LEGAL NOTICES.
is«6lut_on of copa^nrrship-thk
copartnership heretofore exls Ing beiween the j
und rsinued. under the firm name of KUI.L.M
WAGNER A CO., has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. HERMAN KILLMAN",
JACOB SALZ.
CHARLES WAGNER,
■T»nu-»rv 14. 1897. CHARI. HART.
PHYSICIANS.
B PHYSICIANS.
TjiliT&icTi^
XJ ooldenHate ay. : diseases of women a specialty.
j __---_-__--___ mm-mmmmMmmmmmAmmmmmms-—-J
O Ckar 0 FtatlyChudy
\ _____ Gfaudy® Ram <§) Snow
I
Explanation.
The arrow flies with the wind. The top figures
] at station indicate maximum temperature for tho
I days; those underneath R, if any, the amount Of !
| rainfall, of melted snow ln Inches and hundredths, \
\ during the past tavelve hours. Isobars, or solid !
| lines, cofinec. pqrfn s of equal air pressure; Iso- \
; therms, tr dotted lines, equal temperature. The
word "high" means high barometric pressure and
: Is usually accompanied by fair weather: "low"
| refers to low pressure, and is usually preceded
and accompanied by cloudy weather and rains.
"Lows" ally first appear on the Washington
oast. Whin the pressure is high in the interior
and low along the coast, and the Isobars extend
north and south along the coast, rain Is probable;
but when the "low- is inclosed with isobars of
marked curvature, rain south of Oregon is improb
able. With a "high" In the vicinity of Idaho, and
' the pressure falling to the California coast, warmer
weather may be expected tn summer and colder
weather in winter. The reverse of these conditions
will produce an opposite result.
WEATHER J UREAC REPORT.
United States Dkpabtmknt ok Agbicul/-
-tube. Weatheb Bureau, san Fbaj-ctsco Jan
16. 1897, 5 p. M.— Weather conditions and general
forecast : _EB^-___H__^-B_^S
The following are tbe seasonal rainfalls to date
as compared with those of the game date last sea-
son and rainfall during the past twenty -four
hours: '
Eureka 23.32 inches last season 13.48. last 24
hours. 2B; Red Bluff 11.82, last season 8.06. last 24
hours .01:- Ban Krancisco 11.14. last season 5 57,
last 24 hours. o3; Fresno 4.73. last season 1.46, last
24 hours .00; San Luis vb spo 9 70, last season
6.38, 1a5t '.'4 hours .00-. Los Augeles 8. 40, last season
2,61, last 24 hours .00; ban Diego _ __, last seat-on
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1897.
1.57, last 24 hours .32; Yuma 4.62, last season
.32, last 24 hours .00.
San Francisco data— Maximum temperature 63,
minimum 44, mean 48.
An area of high pressure lies over the northern
h»lf of the Pacific slope. There has been a rise of
over four-tenths of an inch in pressors ' over
Washington and Northern oregon.
Rain has fallen generally over the country north
of Fresno.
Th- temperature has remained stationary ex-
cept at Sun Luis Obispo, where there has been a
sudden rise. . .
Conditions are favorable for moderate frosts
Sunday morning and probably heavy frost Mon-
day morning in the San Joaquin and the Sacra-,
mento valleys. ,„ _.
Forecast made at San Francisco for 30 hours
ending midnight. January 17, 1897:
Northern California— Sutidny, with mod-
erate frosts Sunday morning: light northerly
winds , ,
Southern California— Fair Sunday, with mol-
erate frosts Sunday morning; light northwesterly
winds
Nevada— Fair Sunday: cooler.
Utah— Fair Sunday: cooler. . .
Arizona — t air Sunday.
San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Sun-lay: light
northerly winds. Alexander McAdie,
Local Forecast < fficial.
LATK.ST SHIPPING INTJSLLI -.UN OK.
Foreign Ports.
SYDNEY-Sailed Jan 16-Bark Sea King, for
San Francisco.
COM' 'X— sailed Jan 16-Stmr Mlneo'.a. for Port
Los Angeles
JI"-. i In of Trans- Atlantic St__m .r».
KINSALE— Passed Jan 17— Stmr Aurania, from
New York, for Qneensiown and Liverpool.
tlitlii_-~MARRIAOE_****-iiMTit_,
[Birth, marriage and death notices sen' by mall
will not bo Inserted.- They must be handed in a:
either of the publication offices and be Indorsed
with the name anJ residence of persons authorized
to have the came published J
RORN.
CORDES— In this city. January 8, 1897, to the
wife of H. W. Cordes. a son.
DRISCOLL-January 16,1887, to the wife of F.
Dnscoli, a son.
GOODMAN-January 8, 1897, to the wife of H.
D.Goodman, a daughter.
GRAINGER— In Golden Gate. January 13,1897.
to the wife of S. Grainger, a son.
HANLEY— In this city. January 9,1897, to the
wife of W. F. Hanley, a son.
HEANEY— this city. January 13, 1897. to the
wife of Frank G. Heaney. a son.
JOHNSTON— In this city, January 16, 1897, to
the wife of H.J. Johnston, a daushter.
JON E-*— ln this city, January 9, 1897, to the wife
of Rowland Jones, a daughter.
KENNEDY— In this city. January 1897, to the
wife of J. A. Kennedy, a son.
LANDGREBE— In this city. January 11. 1897, to
the wtfs of Robert G. Landgrebe. a son.
LORSBACH— In Fruit vale, January 15, 1897, to
the wife of Adolph Lorsbacn, a diiugiuor.
LUCAS— In this city. January 11, 1897, to the
wife of Frank J. Lucas, a son.
M.I.N TEE— 6, 18_>7, to the wife of J. J.
McEntee, a son. jK*>*S__
MEEHAN— In this city, December 27, 1896, to
the wife of Patrick Meehan, a daughter.
MONSEES— IB South san Francisco. January 8,
1897. to the wife of John Monsees, a son.
NOBLE— January 12, 1897, to the wife of Joseph
B. Noble, a son.
RIVERS— In this city. January 14, 1897, to the
wife 'of Alden Rivers, a daughter.
WALSH— In this city. January 13, 1897, to the
wife of Dormer Walsh, a daughter.
W I SB January 8, 1897, to the wife of W.
Wisbev, a daughter
MAKKIED.
KANE— WRIGHT— In this city, January 6, 1897,
by the Rev. P. Scanla.i, Henry P. Kane of
Wa'sonville and Nellie F. Wright of Virginia
City, Ney.
O'NEILL— PARK— In this city. January 12. 1897.
by the Rev. Father Casey, Lawrence O'Neill,
D. D. ti., of Denver and Dr. Theorilda C Park of
San Francisco. '..'.' ' v: "
DIED.
Best, Mrs. J. H. London. Biene
Carroll. John C. Lubner, Frank
Clem Captain W. Morarhan. M. B.
Cunning mm. John M. Mnrpliy, Annie
Dyer, Miclia-.! O'Keefe. Jerry
Flagg. Lucius Perry, Isaac
Goldsmith. Oliver E. Folk. Eben C.
Gorman, Sarah M. Ralston. John
llanratty. Annie Reed, Jan}
Hennessy, Patrick Saltmarsn, Sarah W.
Higgins, Mrs. Winifred Taubman. August P.
Jones, William 11. Thorn. Captain diaries
Kenuarl. Daniel H. Tit tei, Bernard E.
Lees, Jane A, Truxler. Catherine
Whittle, Deering
BEST— In this city, January .5. 1897, Mrs. J. H.
Best, widow of tbe late William Best* and
mother of Mrs. I. Eddy, a native of Penryn,
Cornwall, England, aged 67 years 5 months and
1 day.
aarThe funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Monday). a: l'etaluma, Cai.. upon the arrival
of the 7:30 o'clock a. m. train from san Fran-
cisco. _***RSB '•***'
CARROLL— this city. January 15, 1897, John
C, beloved husband of Ellen < arroll, a native of
County Limerick, Ireland, aged 63 years.
o_Tl'he funeral will Mica place- THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 1 :30 o'clock P. M., trom his late
residence, 218 Palmer street thence 10 St.
Paul's Church,^Twenty- ninth and Church streets,
for services at 'i o'clock p. m. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery.
CUNNINGHAM— In New York City. January 14,
1897, John M., beloved husband of Clara E
Cunningham, a native of New York, aged 41
years ft months and 4 days.
_j5~Fu-ieral In New York City and Interment
In family vault near Tarrytown, N. If., January
18.
CLEMENTS— In this city, January 15, 1897, Cap-
tain William Clements, father of Alice and
Frank Clements, a native of Nova Scotia, aged
6-5 years.
DYER— In this city, Janu.ry 13, 1837, at St.
Mary's Hospital. Michael Dyer, a native of
County Sligo, Ireland, aged 80 years.
Notice of funeral ats _-.
FLAGG— In this city. January 15. 1897. Lucius
Flagg, a native of Massachusetts, aged 79 years.
GOLDSMITH-January 15, 1837, Oliver E.. be-
loved husband of Ella L. Goldsmith. and only
son of Annie 1.. and tbe late J. G. Goldsmith,
a native of San Francisco, aged 35 years. | Chi-
cago papers please copy. I
0y Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
THIS DAY (Sunday), at 'i o'clock p. m.. at
St. John's Presbyterian Churcn, California and
Octavia streets. Interment private, Laurel Hill
Cemetery.
GORMAN— In this city, January 16, 1897, Sarah
Maria Gorman, beloved mother of Minnie, Azlle
and Anna Gorm m, »ii».i_ of Canada, aged 53
vein. . , __ffi*'_Tl'ffl
HANRATTY— In this city, January 14, 1897.
Ancle, beloved wire of John Hmratty, and
sister of Patrick. and Joseph Waters and Mrs.
Mary Joyce, a native of the parish of Louth.
County Louth. Ireland, aged 34 years.
if Friends and acquaintance*) are respect-
fully invited toattend tie funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence, 148 Sliver street, thence to St. Hose's
Church, wbere a solemn requiem mass will be
celebrated for the repose of ber soul, commenc-
ing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. 3-__fi__**f*~'HPß-__l
HENNESSY— In this city. January 14, 1897,
Patrick, beloved husband of Mary Hennessy,
and brother of John Heunessy, and brother-in-
law oi Mrs. John McF.lro, , a native of Ireland,
aged 64 years.
Jt__r Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to at end the -nu-r.il THIS DVY
(Sunday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from bis latn
residence, 507 Sixth street, thence to St. Rose's
Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be
celebrated tor the repose of bis soul, com-
mencing at 10 clock a. m Interment Mount
Calvary Ceil. lery.
Hl'>GlN_— An anniversary requiem high mass
• will be celebrated for the repose of the soul of
* the late Mrs. Winifred Higgins at St. Mary's
Cathedral, Van Nei-s avenue, TO-MORROW
(Monday), commencing at 9 o'clock A. _.
j Frienis nnd acquaintances are toattend
JONES-ln this city, January 14, 1897, William
il., beloved son of Lewis L. and Sarah Jones.,
and brother of Edward H. and Arthur L. Jones
and Mrs. Margaret smith,. i native of Baltimore,
Ml., aged 33 years 4 months and 10 days.
Phi ndelphla and Boston papers please copy, j
iriends and acauaintauces are respect-
fully Invited to attend me funural THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock p. M., from nls late
. residence, 634 Tennessee street. Interment
Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
KENNARD— In san Jos-, January 14. 1897.
Daniel H. Kennard, a native of Maryland, aged
68 years 10 months and 23 days.
AST Friends and aoi'iaintanc _ are respect-
' fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), from tbe residence of Mrs. Mary Eea-
nard, 196 North Third street, San Jose. Inter-
ment Oak Hill Cemetery.
LEES— Entered into rest, in this city, at her resi-
dence, 10;.".! Pine street, Jane Amelia, beloved
wife of Captain 1. W. Lees, and loved motberof
Mrs. Ernest A. Leigh and Fred W. L»e-. a na-
tive of Lancashire,' England, aged 67 years 7
ii.ontus mil 13 dava [ Paters m (N. J.) and
Victoria (B. C.) papers please copy. J
_*_TT-e funeral will take place TO-MORROW
* (Monday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the residence,
1022 Fine street.
LONDON — In this city. January 15,1897, Biene,
beloved wife of the late Alex London, and
mother of Henry, Rosa ail Ljuls London, a na-
tu** of Saxony, Germany, aged 69 years and 1
month. ■, ' ■ .- . ■
_Kg"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
Ay invited to attend t ie funeral Till-"* Da
(Sunday), at 10:45 o'clock a. m_, from her late
residence. 38 Ciara street, interment Home of
Peace Cemetery, by 1 1 :30 o'clock a.m. train from
ihird and Towusoud streets. *IBSHM|_ii_Bnd
LUBNER— In this city. January 16. 1817. Frank,
beloved husban l of the late Mary Ann Lubuer.
father of Annie S. and the late Arthur J.ubner,
brother of Joan Lubner, and son-in-law of Mrs.
Susan Hayes, a native of Germany, aged 34
years A member of Court Star of the Mission
No. 7197, A. O. F.
49* Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock a.m.. from his late
residence, 63 Naioma treet, thence to Su Pat-
rick's Church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul, commenc-
- ing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery.
A. O. F.— To tbe : officers and members of Courte
Star of lb. Mission No. 7197, A. O. F. : You ara
hereby notified to. be present at 63 Natornk
, street TO-MORROW (Monday), at 10 o'Ciock
a. m., to attend the funeral of our deceased
brother, Fran* Luuner.
A. G. JEFFREY. Chief Ranger.
Jakes T. Golto;., Fin. Sec
MOIiAGHAN-ln tht-. city. January 14, 1887, at
his residence, 431 Thirteenth street, M. 8.. be-
loved husband of Julia A. Moraghan. father of
John. James Elsie. Charles. Eugenic. Frank.
Milton aud Eugene Moravian, and brother of
Thomas -Moragtiau, aeel 62 year? and 4 months.
J__J"*Frlend. and acquaintances are respect-
fully invLel toat.eud the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 2 o'clocic p. M.. from the Masonic
Temple, corner Post and . Montgomery streets,
under the uusplc->.. of Excelsior Loig* No. 163,
F. a.d A. _£. Interment Masonic Cemetery.
MUKPHY-In thi. city, a. the Potrero, January
14, '97. Annt*-, beloved wife of John Murphy,
mother of Jeremiad Murphy, and sisier of Mrs.
Eugene Sullivan and 'llmothy .Horlgan. a na-
live of the parish of Kllmlchael, Couuty Cork,
Ire* a ;_ 124 years.
X__**'Frle..ds and acquaintances are respect-
ful y Itivl'.eu to -timid -lie funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 8 o'clock a. m.. from her late resi-
dence 'lo.ihV^ Tiveutv--.econd s'n-et, thence to
St. Teres i's uuurcu, Tennass-e street wnere a
requiem lit ;li niais will « celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 8:15 o'clock
a. M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
O'KEEFE— In the City and County Hospital,
Jauuary lb, 1897. Jerry O'Keefe, aged 45 years.
PEKRY— In »he City and Conntr Hospital. Jan-
uary 16, 1897, Isaac Perry, a_;ed 13 years.
POLK-In this city, January 16. 1«»7. Eoen C.
• Polk, brother of" J. .d. and Anna P. Pol- and
Mrs. W. H. Miller, ana_lv«»f san Francisco,
aged 36 rears 9 months and 19 days.
RALSTON— In this city. January 15. 1897, John
Ralston, a native of Philadelphia, Pa., aged 40
year .
_jrg~Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
■ fuuy invited to attend the funeral THIS OAY
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the par-
lors of Valente, Marini A Co., 1524 Stockton
sire-i, oetweea Green and Union. Interment
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
REED-In this city, January 15. 1897, Jane, be-
loved mother of James W. Heed, a native of
County Sligo. Ireland, aged 75 • ears
"K_TThe funeral will ta." place rHIS *.__■
(Sunday), at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of Carew A English. 41 Van Ness avenue,
near Market street, interment Holy Cross
Cemetery.
SALTMARSH-In this city, January 16, 1897. at
the residence of Isaac W. co ni stock, Sarah
Warren Saltmarsh, a native of New York, aged
80 years and Sf months.
TAUBMAN— January 14. 1897, August P.. be-
loved husband of Sophie Taubman, and father of
Doris and Christine Taubman, a native of San
Francisco, aged i,7 rears and 10 mouths.
____TThe funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock p. m*. from the residence
of his mother, -Mrs. Henry Lelirke, 502 Minne-
sota strode. Interment private. Laurel Hill
Cemetery.
THORN— In Alameda, January 16, 1897. Captain
I 'liar. iKjiotfu uusoanl oi Mary J. Thorn, and
father of Edgar V., Charles. Jou.. T., Arthur F.,
Frank B. and Minnie T. Thorn, a native of New
York, aged 80 years and 3 months.
. _K»"Notlce of funeral hereafter
TITTEL— In this cit*. January 15. 1897, Bernard
Krnt-s', be: oved husband of JosieTllteland father
of Mrs. Sopbi- Slattery. Jo.ephTlltel, Mrs. Agile
Burnett, -Mrs. Till Keiton and liv late Mrs.
Au.usta t-chuppert, a native of Germany, aged
70 years 7 months and ft days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
ful y invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from his late
residents, 126 Julian avenue, between Fifteenth
and Sixteenth, Mission and Valencia streets,
thence to St. Boniface Church, where a solemn
requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of
his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Inter-
men Masonic Cemetery.
TKUXi.I-.lt- this city, January 16, 1897, Cath-
erine Truxler, a native of Alsace, ..gea 68 years.
WHITTLE-In this city. January IS, 1897. Deer-
Ing. oeloved husband of Matilda A. L. Whittle,
and father of Mrs. M. E. Moore and Albert M.
and lienry D. Whittle, S. J., a native of Liver-
pool, England, aged 79 years 10 months and 11
days. [Liverpool and London papers please
cony. I
*_TThe funeral will take Dlace TO-MORROW
(Mouday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from his late
residence, 1 (4 Co.lingwood street, thence to >t,
Ignatius Church. Van Ness avenue and Hayes
street, where a solemn requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of bis tout, commenc-
ing at 9 o'clock a. M. Interment private, Holy
Croii cemetery.
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FUNKRAL DIRK .'TORS & EMBALM
SO Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
Telephone 3080.
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Jam. M.CM KNOMKY. CHA*. McM KNOMKY.
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ili^i mih*loii Street, Near beveuth.
'1 elephune :-outh Übi.
J A& ENGLISH. T. R. CAREW
CAREW & ENGLISH,
■uM-ERTAKERS AND EMBAIiMKti-.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
JP Van Ness aye., near Manic, au, ___ r'ranolsco
Telephone _*o. 156.
F.L. GUNTZ. H. W...i ANTNER.
GANTNSR & GUNTZ,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Sand IO CITY lI AI.I. Altli.
Telephone South 432.
MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY,
SAN MATEO COUNTY: NEAREST (_EMI>
tery to the city; non-sectarian ; 10 no sense ax-
clusive: location unexcelled. ottiea M.7 iiatas*
street, southeast corner o* tilxth. 3____fc""_"Ssrcisa
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THE WISE ONES
WERE MISTAKEN
Mount McGregor II Proved
No Match at All for
Buckwa.
Scarf Pin Landed the Stake
'■ Event in a Hard Drive
% From Sly.
Fi F , a 100 to i Shot, Played Down in
the Betting, Captured the Hard c
Race From JOC |
The pet of the Burns Waterhouse string,
hooded Mt. McGregor 11, sustained a
crushing defeat in bis match race with
Ed Purser's Buckwa, run at Oakland track
yesterday. Thfe attendance was large and
the major portion of the crowd fully ex
pected to see Mt. McGregor turn the tables
on the son of Buckra. The pair met in a
mile race, decided on January 11, and
Sloan, astride Buckwa, resorting to some
questionable saddle tactics, defeated tbe
Burns & Waterhouse entry by a narrow
margin in the remarkably fast time of
1:39%. Colonel Dan Burns, who is partic
ularly sweet on tbe slashing bay, was not
satisfied over the result and tbe outcome
of the affair was a match race under the
same weights and conditions ior $1000 a
side.
At their previous meeting Sloan Bat
astride Buckwa and Eddie Jones had the
leg up on Mount McGregor 11. Yester
day "Skeets" Martin piloted " Purser's
horse and Charley Thorpe knotted the
reins that guided McGregor.
The light downfall of rain ruffled the
placid smoothness of the track just a
trifle, and this, of course, was considered
detrimental to the chances of Buckwa.
So when tbe betting began the bookies
chalked 3 to 5 against him and 6 to 5
against his opponent. Later 8 to 5 was
laid against the Eastern interloper. There
was McGregor money enough to stall off a
run on the Bank of England, with a
noticeable paucity of the other end.
At the post both horses displayed a few
circus tactics ana were then sent away on
equal terms. Thorpe, evidently with
orders to hold the rail position at all
hazards, skipped away in front and set a
very merry pace. The clip did not appear
to frustrate Buckwa, for be was always
lapped on his rival's saddle girth. Al
though traveling with none too much
composure and assurance, it loosed as
though McGregor would win as the duo
swung into the stretch. This illusion,
though, was quickly dispelled. Martin,
who had been _oing up to this date under
a wrap, cut away, and. pass-tig the dash
ing bay, came sauntering in an easy win
ner in 1:40*4. Martin aad the, winner
were enthusiastically cheered as he re
turned to the stand.
Outside of tins event, which attracted
much attention, the other races ran were
very commonplace, the favorites taking
three of them. The San Pablo selling
stake for three-year-olds drew out but a
meager hold and was taken in a hard drive
by Scarf Pin.
Alvarado, the even-money^ choice, de
tained tne field at the post infthe opening
mile and a sixteenth run fori nearly half
an hour, with his acrobatic gyrations. He
finally got away well and the affair proved
a gift for him. as he won hands down irom
McLight in 1:48}-,. Sea Spray was a bang
up third. »
For the five and one-half furlong scram
ble tbat loilowed Montgomery at hrst
opened favorite, but gave way later to
F.y, which gelding was played from 3 to 2
THE "CALL" RACING GUIDE.
CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB.' Oakland Racetrack. Saturday. January 16. Thirty-third
day of the winter meeting. Weather cloudy. Track fast. *
340
(370)
391
311
379
369
387
387
362
Alvarado, 4 105
McMgbt, a 116
Sea Spray, 5 99
Hermanns, 5 101
commission, 5 ... 89
Meadow Lark, .104
Tuxedo, a 89
Trix, a 99
Scimitar. 4 100
Nephew, a 102 1
Horse, age, weight, i St.
6
7
1
2
10
8
4
6
9
3
6%
3 WAV,
•ih 1 IVa
91 bVa
8 18 1
6 Val7H
2 h 3%
4Va «Va
7*j 10
10 QVa
.Vi
2 1%
*V»
1 n
6Va
81
Si*
7 I
91
10
1 3
3 3
2h
6 1
82
1 J 4
6 1
9 3
7h
0
1 6
2 Vi
4%
6 2
7 1
3 Va
63
84
10
9y 2
str.
He Jockeys.
13 I hnmpaon
2 VaJDoggett
3 1 R. Isom
4 h H. Mar. in
62 Clawson
62 Thorpe
7 10 Woods
8 Mitchell
9 Jones.
10 Pratt
6-5
9-2
12
3
8
8
50
40
7
100
1
4
25
4
15
20
100
400
10
300
!
Good start. Won easily. Winner, W. B. Sink's eh. g., by Amigo-Santa
Time, 1:48%.
SECOND
382
391
(391)
367
382
38
376 |
880
369
328 I
Fly. a * 107
! Quicksilver, 6.... 120
| Montgomery, 4 ..lis
Pat Murphy, 5.... 11 2
America, o 105
Contrition, 5 10ft
lAbl P, a..... 106
Favorv, 6. ........110
Gold Bus. a 112
| Wm.Pinkenon, 4.ll3
Horse, age, weight.
2
."
7
4
ft
8
10
1
6
9
23
IVa
* Vi
5 1
3 *"3
71
10
8h
96
61
2 3
12\
44
6 2
3%
7 Va
10
»Vt
9 10
64
i
I Str. Fin. I "Jocke*.
2 3 12 H. Martin
13 2 1 . Dogg'tt
3 4 310 Thorpe
ft 2 4 1 - K. 150 m.........
4 2 6 2 Clawson ..-.
7 1 6Va Thompson
i 91 7V? O- Wilson
] BVi BVa Spencer
jlO 9 3 Bozeman
|63 10 Shields
!
I Betting.
Op. CL
3
3
2
7
50
20
100
50
60
7-2
2
7-2
5-2
15
100
60
300
150
100
7-2
Good start. "Aon easily.
:07%.
Winner, Lassen stable's eh. g., by Reveille-Fusillade Last, Ti me.
THIRD RAC
purse $360.
| Betting.
Op. CL
Index.
Horse, weight-
St.
!~a~
! 3
6
6
4
1
10
9
7
8
Queen Blazes ..It 6
Flacon..'.. 110
BoadiCea .105
count of Flankers 108
Gold»n Horn filly 105
On Qua Vita 105
Duke of York .108
Twinkler.. .108
cun<t .......108
Ca'.estalc ..........110
31
23
6
4 1
6 V,
IVa
8
9
10
1 h
2 3
3h
43
53
64
tVa
8%
9
10
jones
Doggett
R. J som
•Maurbter
11. Martin
T. McHugh
Spencer
Lennessy..
Thompson
C. Mo«n...
3
5-2
10
5
40
10
8
6
4
6
7-2
6-5
8
7
10
SO
10
12
8
20
I
Good start. \ Won driving. Winner, Burns & Waterhouse's br. f.. by Btazes-Oticreed. Time, :363/i.
f\i\ FOURTH KACt— Match: $1000 a side and purse of $600.
Index.
Horse, age, weight.
%
384 |
372 •
Buckwa, a
|Mt McGrgr 11,4.
a
i
2
! IVa
2
1 n
2
lh
11
2
1 2
a
| H.Martin.......
Thnnu
3-2
11-20
Thorpe
Good start wl:h
:40V4-
-'on easily.
•dge stable's b. g., by Buckra-
-01.
Pablo selling stakes:
371
.171
386
339
348
166
Scarf Pin. 105
My... 95
Personne 104
Ks-.aca. ............ 100
BevdeiTlerra....loO
Alma 95
Horse, weight.
Ist.
4
5
6
1
3
2
iVa
5 tt
6
IVa
3%
2h
41
ft 5
6
lh
2b
3%
63
*6*
6
1 lVi
2h
3Va
' Str.
~" s"i
22
53
12
6
IVa
Fin.
1 ns .
23
32
45
64
6
H. Martin
R. Isom
T. McHugh....
Jockey. <
4-5
7-2
10
8

4
4-5
4
10
8
«
6
Thompson ......
Clawson
IS.aughter.
Poor start. Won nrivine. Winner,
:41Va- *Ccupled with Scarf Pin.
by Springbok-Imp. Emerald. Time,,
1.1.) SIXTH
purse * 400.
Index.
390 j
384
(368)
100
343
Horse, age, weight. St. Vi
Installator. 6..105 2 11
Piesioti, 5. 107% 4 th
Howard *, 3... 100 1 V?
Wheel 1-or'ne, 5 lf4V«. 6 «2
Argentina. 4... 108 3 3Vi
Imp. Ivy, a. ...103 7 iVt
! Draught, 3..... 92 5 2h
1 1
• 61
7 •
*Va
2h
6b
3Va
12
4%
6 2
53
2 1
3h
7
1 3
2%
5 6
43
3 Vi
63
7
12
IS 1
44
5 16
65
7
Thorp*
W.. Martin......
H. Martin
Hennessey
J0ne5...... .....
Spencer.
C1aw50n. ........
4
1
4 '
5
8
300
100
'4
6-5
6
9-2
300
300
"377'
Good start. Won easily. Winner, Elm»ood farm's b. h., by Imp. Brums- Installation, lime
:41.';':'S5iW*4W
i SEVENTH RACE— One and a half
i.
purse $400.
366
385
385
356
385
366
385
Fl K1,5....:.;.;v;.12
J OC, 6 ....... ...15
Ip. Autonomy, all*
Broad billow, 4.... 12
Hay marker, a. ...14
Hello, 5. ..........14
Fleetwood, 6. .....14
Horse, age, weight.
4 64
12 -'
3 13
2 3 6
7 7/
6 6Vi
6 4 li
34
2%
1 2
41
7
V* - % I Sir Fin.
43 2 1 21 1 h
12 12 12 220
210 310 |3 tt . «9r
Sl 420 410 4 a
7 53 ! & 2 5 5
6% f 2O I '20 1 6 10
6%' 7 7 - 7
Cairns
C. Weber..........
Peters.....,;
>1ayn«rd ...... ....
Wl.klns.
T. Mv phy. ;......
Campbe11..........
Jockey.
I 6<»
16 3
• 3
8
6
5-2
15
Betting.
>P- cl.
30
S
4
30
10
6-5
10
15 h
til
Good start. Won driving. Winner, Tterney & G tun's U g ; ,_hy Hiualgo- Veracity. Time, 2:49.
to 1. Quicksilver, with his 120 pounds in
the saddle, made another front run, but
Fly easily overhauled him and beat that
sprinter out easily by , two lengths in
1:08*J£. Montgomery was a good third.
i The first two-year-old race of the season
brought out a field of ten. * Will Wallace's
Falcon was played down from 5 to 2to 6
to 5 and a hard drive was downed the
shortest of heads by the Burns & Water
uouse entry, Queen Blazes, second choice
in the betting. Tbe three furlongs were
cohered in 36*J£ •seconds.
Purser's stable Key del Tierra and Scarf
Pin had a decided call in the betting in
dulged in on the San Pablo selling stake
for three-year-olds over a mile. H. Martin
on Scarf Pin went to see if Clawson on
Tierra could land the affair, which arrange
ment proved a failure, and then he
moved up.. ••Skeets" nearly waited too
long, for he arrived at the wire just in
time to get the decision from Sly by a
uose in 1:41_4. Personne, an outsider, was
a fair third.
Pat Dunne's Preston, with 105 -pounds
up, reclined an easy 6 to 5 favorite in the
betting on the mile purse event and then
finished second, Installator. a 4 to 1
chance in the betting, made the running
and turned down the favorite without
much difficulty in 1 :41. Howard 8 secured
the show trom Wheel of Fortune.
The hurdle handicap at one and a half
miles resulted in a grand surprise. In a
hard drive Fi Fi, against which 100 to 1
was at one time laid, ridden by Bob
Cairns, downed J0 C a head. Hello, the
7 to 5 choice, seemed scarcely fit, jumping
in poor fashion and was outside of the
money at the end.
NOTEs.
The Call acknowledges with thanks the
receipt of a late copy of the San Francisco
Turf Guide, published by William G.
Layne of the Breeder and Sportsman. It
is of invaluable service to the regular race
goer.
Sam Hildreth yesterday purchased Mo-
Light from John Coleman, paying $1200
for the chestnut horse.
In future at the Oakland track no train
er or owner will be allowed to handle his
horse while the field is at the post.
Clawson was reprimanded for what the
judges thought was a careless ride astride
Commission.
The following stakes are down for de
cision in the near future at lngleside
track :
The Tarpey stakes, one mile and a furlong,
selling, will be run Saturday, January 30.
The Hobart stakes, one and a sixteenth miles,
handicap,- will be run Saturday, February 6.
The lngleside stakes, a handicap, four miles,
will be run Monday, February 22.
Two-year-old races will also be run at
the local track on Tuesday, January 26;
Thursday, January 28, and Saturday," Jan
uary 30. Wednesday, January 27, wiil be
sort of "long-distance day," for the follow
ing splendid card will be offered the pub
lic: Three races of one mile, one of a
mile ami a sixteenth, one of a mile and a
furlong, and one over one a half miles.
SHE COLLECTED INTEREST.
A Lady Who Quit Even With a Seller
of Bogus .Lottery Tickets.
Mrs. Frisbie, who lives on McAllister
street, near Gough, scored a victory yes
terday over a Chinese lottery ticket seller
and drove him from tbe neighborhood.
The Chinese visited her house yesterday
morning and asked her to buy a lottery
ticket. Sue instantly recognized him as
tbe same Chinese who sold uer a bogus
ticket for $2 about a year ago. She in- ]
vited him in and placing her back against |
the front door demanded the return of j
the $2 and 50 cents interest.
Tne C.iiuese at hrst denied that he had
sold ber tbe ticket, but when she called
the servant girl and threatened to send
for a policeman he hastily gave her the j
$2 50.
"Now," said the lady, ''if I ever see you
around this neighborhood again selling
those bogu* lottery tickets I will have you
arrested. You can go now," and opening
the door the Chinese slunk away. She
was so mad tbat she threw on her water
proof and followed him. Sbe saw him
ring tbe bell of a btouse ;o__*vFell street,
and when he notice- her he ran along Oc
tavia street to Hayes and entered a liquor
store on the corner. She entered tbe store
and told the proprietor of lier experience
and the Chinese was kicked out of the
store. He then ran down Hayes street
and disappeared.
ENGLISH SUBJECTS
WILL CELEBRATE
Queen Victoria's Sixtieth
Anniversary on the
Throne.
Britishers Have Called a Meet
ing to Prepare a
Demonstration
Committee of Three From the St.
George Club Waits Upon the
British Consul.
On the 21st of Jane next Queen Victoria,
if she lives, will celebrate tbe sixtieth an
niversary of her reien as Queen of Eng
land. Her subjects in this country have
not forgotten that fact and are already
beginning ©reparations for a demonstra
tion that will exceed in glory anything
ever attempted by them in the past. Ten
years ago Queen Victoria celebrated her
golden jubilee and her subjects in this
country fittingly celebrated that event.
She holds the record of reigning longer
than any other Queen and is still in pos
session of her fuil mental capabilities. *^^
Last Saturday evening the members oil
the St. George Club of this City called a J
meeting to inaugurate plans for the com
ine demonstration.
F. D. -Brandon was appointed chairman
and Rev. William W. Bolton, F. Winter
burn and Miss Ramsey were selected as a
committee to wait upon the British Con
sul.
He promised to aid in furthering the
interests of this jubilee celebration, and
intends to call a meeting on Saturday,
February 6, at 2 o'clock, in the Maple
room of the Palace Hotel.
All British-born residents will be noti
fied to attend that meeting, so that plans
can be devised to celebrate.
The St. George Club has already issued
invitations to all British societies in this
City, including tbe Sons of St. Patrick,
and many bave responded.
In England the celebration will last an
entire month.
Not only are the Britishers in this City
expected to take an active part in tbe cel
ebration, but an effort will be made to try
and interest every Britisher in the State.
It is expected that t' ere will be a great
outpouring of Englishmen from tbo in
terior.
Britishers responded liberally at the
celebration ten years ago, and there was a
$7000 surp us. That money still remains
intact, but tbe interest derived from it bas
been used during these years for the al
leviation of distress.
It was the original intention to build a
British hospital to be named after tne
Queen, but the money was not enough ro
enable the originators to carry out their
idea.
Alter the coming celebration, if there is
any surplus, it will probably be added to
that $7000 and the Britishers will then
build tbeir hospital.
However, as there has been some dis
satisfaction in the way the other money
was utilized tbe subject will receive thor
ough consideration before being finally
decided.
OIDEE SAVED THE HOUSE.
Reminiscence of the Historic Great Fire
iv Chicago.
"A barrel of cider played a part In the
great fire quite foreign to the purpose for
which it was originally intended," said
Scott Fergus, who was in a reminiscent
mood, the other afternoon.
The Fergus family has lived in the city
ever since it was worthy of a name, and
the exciting incidents of the fire of 1871
have remained fresh in the memory of
Scott Fergus. He leaned back in his chair
in the Fergus Printing Company's office
and slowly stroked his beard, while hit
face assumed the benign expression at
tendant on the recollection of a good siory. .
After a few moments, occupied in an ap
parent study of the ceiling, he said:
"In 1871 there was on Grant street, in
North Chicago, a small frame dwelling
house, perhaps a little further removed
from its neighbors than they were from
each other and set back from the street
about twenty feet. I do not know whether
it is still standing or not, nor do I remem
ber its number, but it stood there a couple
of years ago, like the relic it was. On
October 9 the man who owned, the place —
his name I have also forgotten — saw the
fire was headed his way and knew that
the little house would soon, like thou
sands of others, be wrapped in flames.
From its comparative seclusion the
thought entere t his mind that there
might be a fighting chance of saving
the place if only he hail a surp'y of water.
He had resolved to move his family, as
the neighbors all round him were doing,
and save what they could carry, when he
remembered that in the cellar was a barrel
of cider, which they had purchased Tor
their regalement during the long winter
evenings. He would use that. Qui.kly
removing the liquid from its cold storage
place, he gave dippers and other contain
ers to the different members of the house
hold and instructed them to watch tor
every little blaze. The resolute band of
little firemen and tirewoman worked and
watched, and while every house for blocks
on every side became the prey of the \
flames, this home was saved — and that by
a mere barrel of cider." — Chicago News, j
— ■» — r
A chain was made at Troy, N. V., in
1883, for the United Stales Government
which was a little over six miles in length.
It was made of iron bars two and a half
inches in diameter.
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tossed on the troubled sea of sexual weakness
until it was a question whether he had not
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his throubies. But providential inspiration
came to his aid In the shape of a combination
of medicines that not only completely restored
the general health, but enlarged his weak,
emaciated parts to natural size and vigor, una
he now declares that any man who will take
the trouble to send bis name and a.'dress may
have the method of this wonderful treatment
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