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ALAMEDA COUNTY NEWS.
WAR IN CAMP OF COMPANY F Lieutenant Cobbledick Has No Fear Eegarding His Commission. Ex-Private Thompson Was Let Out for the Good of the Service, His Blackballing Said to Represent the Desire of Most of the Company. Oakland Office Sax Francisco Call,) j 'MS Broadway, Aug. 25. J, \ The appeal of Fenton J. Thompson to Adjutant-General Bariett of the Na- ; tional Guard of California has raised a; storm in Company F, stationed in this city. The grievance* ot Thompson, who was dismissed; for the "good of the serv ice," have been published in his communi cation to the adjutant-general. Lieuienant Cobbleiick, whose recent election to his position the adjutant is i asked to set aside, says the trouble is very j different from the representations of ex- Private Thompson. "1 have been a member of the guard for a great many years, and have always taken a deep inleresl in Company F; but j if any one thinks I am anxious to hold on to the position of lieutenant he is mis- . taken," said Lieutenant Cobbledick to nic ht. "I made no fight for the place, and the ! votes I received were no doubt cast ac- i cording to the private wishes of those who j cast uiero. As I said before, I shall con- j tinue to serve the company faithfully as : lon*? as the men want me. "I havo nothing personally egainst Thompson. I was compelled to place him j muter arrest sometime ago for a serious ' reach of discipline. Apparently he hold* i this against me, and is now trying to j square up." one oi the officers made the following j statement to-night, which, he asserted, • are the simple facts in the case: About a year ago Private Thompson was a member of Company F and in good standing, I but he mad*; lumsj.i very unpopular with the j men and disagreeable "to tne officer**, as he | would argue points of civil proceedings, even ! going so far as to appeal from the decision of the i. hair. In many cases Private Thompson was right, but such fine decisions seemed unnecessary in a military company, as there never seemed to be any principle involved. Where Thompson ; made the mistake was when he broke his oath, disobeyed and resisted an officer until it be came necessary for Lieutenant \V. H. Cobble dick io place him under arrest. From this point seems to date his enmity to ward Lieutenant Cobbledick, but it appears that be was angry at Captain Wethern long before . Ibis. ! To save the young man from disgrace Lieu tenant Cobbledick refused to prefer charges against him, hut as Captain Wethern could j not permit such a breach of discipline he gave j Thompson a discharge for the "good of the service." Thompson put in an appeal to Colonel Fair . banks, but to no effect. The Colonel sustained Captain Wetberu. Thiius went on ior months. Thompson was I allowed to come into the armory, and was treated fairly well. BBSM Alter Captain Wethern's promotion and the Inking command by Second L euteuant Went, i Tnnmpßon put in an application to become a member of ihe company again. ilia name came up to ba voted on the same , nigut Lieutenant CobbledicK was re-elected. The box was passed as usual, and upon being ! opened it was seen that Thompson was black balled. The members elected CobbledicK a lieutenant almost unanimously, and they re jected Thompson's application for member- 1 ship. Tnere is no danger in the world of his hot getting his commission. Cobbledick is one of the ablest tacticians in the militia. Even his enemies would vote to '■ keep him, as ihey value his services. Of : course in the case ol Thompson hi is out of j the militia and wants to make trouble. Mer os co Makes Children Happy. OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 25.— The little folks at the West Oakland Home are in a j state of excitement over their anticipated | excursion and picnic to Colonel Waller ; Morosco's beautiful home next Saturday. > It is their annual outing, given by Mr. i Morosco. They go to Fruitvaie by train, where he has teams to haul them all to his grounds. He feeds them twice and returns them to the train in the evening. Creditors Win Against Salisbury. OAKLAND, Cal.. Aug. 25.— Judge Hall to-day decided that the Pleasanton Stock Farm Company and Monroe Salisbury ' were practically one and inseparable and CARRIE ROMA SHOCKED HER MANAGER. OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 25.— Miss Carrie Roma, well known in this city as Carrie Northey, daughter of V. S. Northey, the well-known Seventh Ward pol'iti •ciap has suddenly severed her connection with tne opera company in Cleveland, Ohio, of which she was the star. Miss Roma was playing the part of Zerlina, the daughter of the innKeeper, in "Fra Diavolo." Her conception of the part was too realistic to suit the management, and even while in Oakland Miss Northey showed that she would not be dictated to, when she had studied out her part, by any manage. . . ' - ■;'.-". » Miss Roma is a well-known Oakland girl and was prominent in musical cir cles in this city for a number of years. About five years ago she married J. S. Douglas and soon after her marriage made her debut at the Tivoli Opera-house. She attained considerable distinction and was soon rated as a leading lady. After a seaeon at the Tivoli she went East and has only once returned to her home. .. declared the corporation insolvent- This is in accordant:* with the petition of the creditor-* who feared that ihe assets wonld be remove! from the State, tuns depriving them of their claims. A receiver will now be placed in charge of the place and itsa> fairs closed up. Julius Reis of San Francisco holds a mortgage of $25,000 on the company a property, and he will petition the court on September 8 to have the same fore closed. ADAH'S SISTER WRITES. -rates Attorney Comyns From All X -upoiislblity. OAKLAND, Cal.. Aug. 25.— Miss Cath erine Frierson, the sister of Adah Frier sori, who attempted to commit suicide in San Francisco Sunday night, has made a complete investigation into the state ments made by the girl when taken to the Receiving Hospital. She is convinced that her sister as mentally irresponsible and to-day gave out the owing signed stiteraent for publication: Upon investigation of the charges made br ' my siser, Miss Adah Friorson, against Mr. Ed ward M. ( omyns, we desire to say. In justice to Mr. Comyns, whom we have always Known ; as an honoraule young mmi, that we be.ieve j these charges weie based upon no other ' grounds than those produced by a morbid ! imagination resultant from a severe attack of j hysteria. About four years ago my sister had brain ! fever, since which time sne has been ex , iremely nervous and subject to hysterical spells. At a' other times she is bright and i cheerful, but when she has one or those at ! tacks she always stiffen from some form of de ; lerium, generally of a suicidal tendency. She is a good girl of a quiet disposition and ; not addicted to loose society or associates of any kind, and iv her normal state of mind would never have dreamed of entering a sa loon. She was well and apparently cheerful and happy wnen she left home Saturday afternoon ' to vi-dt some friends In this city. She ex ptctid to return by 8 o'clock, ana when the t me passed and sue did . ot come, we natural ly :eli uneasy, but concluded she had decided , to remain all night with our friends. We were very much worried because she had never re mained away from home at night without my mothei's knowledge, but tbe first intimation we had that there was anything amiss was when* we saw the accounts in the morniug ; papers, and ii wa< a fearful shock to us. It has been stated thai Mr. I omyns is a sa ; loon keep r, which is a mistake. **ince we | have known Mr. (omyns, some three years, he has been practicing law in San Fruncisco, and still fallows that profession. Katherine Frierson. LEGALITY OF A WEDDING. Lawton to Question .His Former "Wife's Action to Secure Their Children. OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 25. - A nice point at law is involved in the matter of the m irriage of W. E. Beeby and Mrs. Mary Hart Lawton on April 14 of tnis year. M. L Lawton, the divorced hus band, is bringing it to the front, where the courts will soon decide it. Lawton was divorced from his wife two years ago and sue was awarded the cus tody ot the two minor children. On the date mentioned she was married to Beeby in this city, the license being in the name of Mary Hart. To-day Lawton come over and looked up the affair, with the intent of attempt ing to take the children from her on the ground that she is not a tit and proper person to care for them. He di Clares that she is living with Beeby without being married, but the officials think that the marriage was quite legal. A New Zealand er's Views. OAKLAND. Cal., Aug. 25 — James Crawford Hanna of Auckland, New Z aland, inspector-general of the New ' Zealand Fire Insurance Company, is in the city, en route East on a business trip. He declares that New Zealand has suf fered less from the financial depression than almost any other country. He has visited Uruguay, Paraguay, Argen tina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador. Colom bia, Costa Rica, Honduras Nicaragua, Guatemala and Mexico. "The experi mental legislation recently introduced in New Zealand by the Liberal government at present in power," said Mr. Hanna, "is all in the direction of helping the smaller class of t-etilers. Special inducements are held out to selectors, to wßom the Gov ernment makes progressive advances, de frays the cost cf breaking in new country ' and developing the land generally. Taxes are levied on a graduated basis— that is, the graduation increases with values." Police Court No Jurisdiction. OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 25. —Judge Oglen io-day intimated that he would deny the jurisdiction of the Police Court to sit as a final tribunal in libel cases unless some strong decisions were cited ad versely. He cave the attorneys two weeks to ' overthrow his opinion with legal authorities. It was in the matter of appeal in the Gavin Dbu High libel case from the de cision of the Police Court that ibis oc curred. The Clecak libel case against Maloon is hanging on this point and will be decided by Judge Allen accordingly. Good Is Nonsuited. OAKLAND, Cal.. Aug. 25 —The dam are case of Good versus the Southern Pa cific Company came to an abrupt conclu sion lute this afternoon. After hours of argument Judge Ellsworth granted Attor ney A. A. Moore's motion for a nonsuit. The damages asked were $50,000. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897. DAINTY WARES DRAW A CROWD Auspicious Opening of the Sacred Heart Church , Fair. Under the Direction of Father Serda and Assistants Suc cess Is Expected. An Attempt to Ascertain "Who Is the Most Popular Young Lady. Pretty Booths. OAKLAND, Cal., Au?. 25.— The fair at the Sacred Heart Cnurch, Fortieth and G r nve streets, opened to-night under the most auspicious circumstances with a crowded house. The hall adjoining the church was handsomely decorated and on all sides were prettily decorated booths full of all kinds of fancy work, paintings, glass, china and silver ware, each being attended by a bevy of pretty young ladies in their daintiest gown*. Tbe affair was under the direction of Father Serda, he being assisted by B. J. Brophy, Mrs. 8. E. Bailey, R. Leach and C. G. Hallmeyer. Each of the latter was at the herd of a sub-committee, which worked Lard for the success of the under taking, It will continue nightly for two weeks, during which time the ladles ex pect to dispose of all their work. The proceeds will go toward the support of the church. A contest for the selection of the most popular young lady in the parish has been inaugurated, with a handsome gold watch, valued at $35, as a premium. The ladies so far entered in the race are: Miss Mary Gilllck. Miss Mary Hughes, Misi Mary Cavanaugh and Miss Kate "Wheeler. The Immaculate Conception booth is beautifully decorated in blue and gold, and contains a large amount of silver ware, chinaware, oil paintings, wheel of fortune and a fishpond. The young la dies, in charge are: Miss Mattie Gallant, Miss Mary Kane, Miss Anna Mclntyre, Miss Kate Wheeler, Miss Lottie Billis and Miss Mary Gulicb. The Sacred Heart booth was decorated with green and presented a very attract ive appearance. In it was painted glass and china ware, fancy house-furnishings, paintinc*, etc. The booth was in charge olMrs. J. Bohan, who was assisted by Mrs. L. Maddick, Miss liillie Turner. Miss Rose Turner, Miss Kate Bohan, Miss L. Mc '"ourtney, Miss May Coughlin and Miss Matzgie Hennessey. St. Anthony's booth was decorated in two shades of green, light and dark, and while. They boa-ted of a handsome painting of Father Scanlan, besides decor ated vase«. shades, cushions, etc. Mrs. A. M. Gilchrist was in charge, and was ably assisted by ■ Mis 3 Bes«ie Doyle, Miss A. Cuff, Mrs. E. Leach, Miss Jennie Gilciiriit, Miss Fannie Doyle, Miss Lydia McMenomy and Miss Jennie Di«ckman. St. Peter's and Paul's was the largest of the booths. It was tastefully decorated in pink. A large picture of the Santa Barbara Mission, a bicycle and fancy work of all Kinds added interest to the spot. Mrs. S. E. Bailey and Mrs. H. Coleman divided honors here and were assisted by Miss Anna Sweeney, Miss Sadie Sword, Miss Maggie Pollard, Miss Margaret Quinn and Mis* Louisa Gunnip. The "Sweetest" booth was trimmed and decorated with white and ivy. Miss Kate Barlow, Miss M. Shannon and Miss Anna Kenney dispensed the toothsome deli cacies. Across the back of the ball on the stage | were long tables where icecream, cake, I fruits, fill kinds of cold meats, coffee, lea | and chocolate were served. Mrs. Mary I McDonald presided here with Mis. James j Wnite, Mrs. Mary Motts, Mrs. J. Quinn, j Miss Annie 0 Lary, Miss Alice Eckels, ' Miss Mary McDonald, Miss Htittie Motts I and Anna O'Rourke assisting. Father j Serda opened the fair with some pleasant i remarks, and bespoke for the young j people a good time for the next two week?. He said a pood musical and literary pro gramme would be given each evening. I He also cautioned the ladies from "teas ing" the gentlemen too strongly, as they might be unable to buy everything they might want. Father Lally, a former priest of this parish, who was expected, was unable to be present. Decked In Green for the Funeral. OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 25— The scaf folding around new St. John's church has all been removed, and the chancel cov ered with a mass of evergreens and flow ers for the services of to-morrow, when the Rev. Father Akerlv's' funeral is to be lie d. It will be the first service in the new building, which he hoped to live to see completed. The Masonic Quartet will render the musical selections of the Episcopal ser vice. Rev. F. J. Mynard will officiate, as sisted by Dr. Bakewell of Trinity Church, this city, and Dr. Brewer. Call reduced by Judge Ogden. OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. Bail Nus baumer appeared beiore Judge O^den this morning and requested to have the bail in the matter of the Sporting L fc gang re duced from $10,000, as set by the Police t Court. The Judge granted the motion as | to Frank Nolan, William Viera and Wil ; liam Marsh, but denied it in the case of | Barcbt Perati, who is out on a bond. He ! held that the reduction was simply to se cure their release, and as Perati was at liberty it could not affect him. The bail was fixed at $5000. Masons Bury an Orphan Girl. OAKLAND, Cal , Aug. 25.— The local longe of Masons interred the remains of Miss Carrie A. Thomas this afternoon. She died Monday, from paralysis, at her home on Summit avenue, Piedmont. She was an orphan, 15 years of age, and was the daughter of a Mason belonging to the Knight Templars, who died in Vicks burg. Miss., twelve years ago. His lodge will bear the expenses of to-day's inter : ment, having telegraphed to that effect to j the local lodge. '*, -;; :**,;'. > THE BEIDE NOT LOST. Mamie Nun as I, fit Her Husband Be cam i She Loathed Him. OAKLAND, Cal., : Aug. 2').— Mamie Nunas is being cared for by Colonel Dimpfel of the Children's Society, and the complications in her case are such that it is difficult to see how they may end. Yesterday the story was given out that the girl was lost, after having been mar ried three days. To-day it is known that she is in safe hands, and the story is given out that she was married as the result of an agreement between her mother and her husband ; that she was not aware she was being married ; that she loathed tbe man The fac-simile y^jT s/4TA . %** *■ on evei 7 wrapper signature of (4ai^^^s& of CASTOEIA. whose wife she is and that she voluntarily went to the society to seek protection. The girl states that when her husband, Courant Varges, took out the license he said she was of age, and the license ap pears on the book with the age of Courant as 21 and Mamie as 18. Now the girl says she is only 15. NO EXTEA EEREY-BOATS. Superintendent Wilder Says tho Report Is Without Foundation. OAKLAND, . Cal.; Aug. 25.— Division Superintendent Wilder made a positive denial to-day of the report that there is to be a twenty minutes' ferry service on the broad-gauge line between Oakland and San Francisco. "I don't know anything about the twenty minutes' service," he said, "and I guess ndhody around here does The story must have been started by a steam boatman, because it surely originated in somebody's imagination. Ido not know that there i« any necessity for increasing the service, and, furthermore, we have not got the facilities for running any more boats. I have not heard anything of such a change; I do not believe such a change will be made, and I am sure mat I should be the tirst man to be informed on the subject." Tne most difficult problem to solve by the officials, if such a change be made, would be the arrangements for the accom modation of the additional trains at the mole. HWSHBN 00-: DS TO BUY THE EOPE. They Are Determined to Have a Hand in the Coming Big Rush. BERKELEY, Cal., Aug. 25— The co eds of the freshman diss at the State University are to purchase the rope with which the male element of the class ex pects to bind the hands and feet of the sophomores in their annual rush next Monday evening. The younc women thought they should have some part in the great "scrap" of the year, and being unable to enter into it actively decided that they would purchase the rope and handcuffs lo be used by the fresliies. A committee is going about collecting funds I for the purpose. Will Oppose Removal. BERKELEY, Cal., Ang. 25.— A strong I tide of opposition has arisen at the West End against the removal of the town hall from its present site to East Berkeley. A large proportion of the business men of West Berkeley consider the scheme detri mental to their interests, both from a per sonal and from a commercial standpoint. The Progressive Club has taken the ini tiative in lhe matter of opposition. The sum of $500 has alieady been se cured through private contributions to nay for the removal of the hall. J. L. Barker has the matter of securing funds in hand and will offer tha amount men j tioned to the Town Board at the next meeting. Boatmen to Meet. BERKELEY, Cal., Aug. 25.— The an nual meeting of the University of Cali fornia Boating Association will be held on Saturday afternoon, September 4, at the clubhouse, in Sessions basin, Oakland estuary. ' FRATERNAL DEPARTMENT. Young Ladles' Institute No. 1 Kn'er tains Its Friends at an At Homo Monday Night. The members of the Young Ladles' Institute No. 1 gave an "at home" in the institute head quarters, corner Tenth and Market streets, Monday night and the number ol friends of the members who attended was proof of the popu larity of the social gatherings of the institute. The entertainment, that was provided for the evening was presented under the direction of the committee composed of Miss M. E. Curley, Miss Mary Rnhill,' Miss Annie E. Nyhan, Miss Annita Green, Miss .Gertrude Fay, Miss Kittle Fitzpatrick and Miss Kittie G. Driscoll. Tiiero was a piano so. o by Miss M. Dunnlgau: lancy dance, - Hazel Boweii; 'recitation, -Charles Young; fancy dance and contortions, Alice Bowen; vocal- solo, Mas'.er Charles L'olan; recitation, Frank Sullivan; trombone solo, J. A. Foley; song and nance. Irene de Lanty, ac companist, Miss >:. Dunnigan; vocal solo, Miss Mamie. Cannon. The several numbers were productive of a great deal of pleasure and tne efforts. of the participants were re warded by generous rppluuse. The p.casure of the evening closed with a dance that ter minated only when the announcement was made that it was time to catch the last car. Loyal Kebckah Party. So popular is Loyal Rebekah Lodge of the I. O. O. F. becoming that the members are continually besieged with requests for open meetings, consequently they yield to the de mand and furnish entertainment for those who are clamoring for such. Possibly the cav e for such demand is beyond the fact that Loyat knows how to get up interesting socials, and it is more than likely that the charming I personnel of the lodge— that is of the gentler sex— is the magnetic influence that attracts. The assertion recently made in this d part metit, that there are more young and hand some ladies in this lodge in proportion to the membership than in any other lodge of the order in this City, has not been disputed, aud of this tne membership feels exceedingly proud. Last Monday night Loyal gave an apron and necktie party in Welcome Hall, iv Odd Fel lows' building, whicn was preceded by a short programme, the numbers, being: Amusing stories by Willlain Henry. Barnes, P. G. M.; recitation, "Zeke Week's Oxen," Miss Annette Dunning; vocal solo, "Flossie, My Queen," Miss Hazel Fleming; zither solo, Professor B. Warfield; guitar duet, Horace and E. A. Hodges, and vocal solo, "The Heart Bowed Down." by Robert Burns, accompanied by Mrs. Burns on "the piano and F. W. Warren on the flute. So well pleased were the auditors that each participant was forced to give au encore. Then followed the distribution of aprons ami neckties and dancing by the couples, whose ties and aprons matched. The affair was un der the management of Mrs. •F. W.Warren (cnalrman), Miss Lillian B. McFarland. Mrs. tf. Souders. Mrs. Florence Walcom, C. W. Smith, Alexander Jacobs and S. F. Higgles. Daughters of Liberty. Oakland Council No. 3 of the Daughters of Liberty, at its last held meeting in Loring Hall. Oakland, received five applications for i membership. During the evening there was I a presentation of a very handsome badge to Mrs. Alice Hamilton, ihe past councilor, in recognition of the services she rendered tbe council while she was in the chair. The jewel, emblematic of the order, consists of a figure of Old ulory and Justice blindfold. d, with scales in hand, pendant from a bar pit,, on which appears "D. of L." Tiie presentation was made by ex-Councilor Mrs. Birdie Price, whose remarks were elcquent. On the 28tn of September this council will celebrate its second anniversary, and- it is -cted that there will be a large attendance 01 members of the order from the councils on this side of the bay, as well as from those on the other side of the bay. _________ Lodge San Mateo, (Journeymen Butchers. Lodge San Mateo No. 7 of the Journeymen Butchers' Protective and Benevolent .Associa tion will give & graud picnic ai tbe Baden picnic grounds at Baden, San Mateo County . The committee having charge ol the aff.iir has made arrangement-* for a grand day. It has arranged a programme oi about twenty games for ol'i and young, and there is every prosDect of a glorious time. Maccabees at a High. Jinks. The members of Mission Tent No. 59 of the Knights of the Maccabees, their friends and a large number of the membership of San Fran cisco and Modin tents met in Washington Hall last Tuesday night as guests of the Ode I dental Social Club at Its first moker and high jinks There were nearly 200 present and there was "a hot time in the old hall that night." There was an address by Slate Com mander S. W. Hall. vo^al solos were given by 8. J. Daly, J. C. Flood and C. H. Van Orden, selections on the piano by D. W. Bates and Anthony Jam«< and - recitations by J. ;A. Jacobs, J. H.Hnbachok.B.E. Meyer and R. A. Marshal. In addition there were stories toid by a number of those present. , J. H.'Huba chek, the record-keeper of Mission Hive, was master oi ceremonies and he was a by assisted by F. A. Seaman and George L. Morgan. Dur ing the evening there were gocd things to eat, good drinkables and good things to smoke, und in the midst of the festivities John Hege hurst was the recipient of ago d watch and Dr. Aush a silver matcn safe. The festivities were much enjoyed by all and the party did not break until midnight. ""• LEAGUE OF THE CROSS IN LINE It Made a Splendid Show ing at Mechanics' Pa vilion. San Francisca "Braves" Will Exhibit Their Prowess To-Ni£ht. The Bakers Will Also Make Com petitive Exhibits of the Staff of Life, Three thousand cadets of the League of the Cross, with Colonel W. P. Sullivan Jr. and all the staff officers of the regi ment at their head, marched into the Pavilion last night to tue tune of the "Yorke March," which was composed ex pressly lor the occasion by Bandmaster Rogers. The cadets did not come alone, for their sisters, their cousins and their aunts and their other relatives were present in even greater numbers than the cadets them selves. In consequence the attendance was a record-breaker; but while nobody was turned away from the door, still the j spice in the Pavilion was at a premium. Father O'Ryan. Fattier Yorke and others of the clergy were present, and were ten dered a banquet during the evening. The attendance last night exceeded anything up to date, and was double that of the same night last year when the League of the Cross was present. The companies were commanded as fol lows: Company A, Captain Frank S. Drady; B, Capiain J. T. Curley; 0, Lieu tenant J. D. Dwyer; D, Captain J. F. Cur iev; E, Captain D.- J. MeCarty; F, Cap tain M. F. Agnes; G, Captain E. J. Bower; H, Captain James Power; I, Lieu tenant Charles Skelley; X, Captain James H. Keilley ; L, Captain John Carr; M. Cap tain T. Divon; N. Captain J. J. Power. This will be Doughnut day at the fair, for the bakers' competition comes off this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Exhibits will be made of the best quality of milk bread in loaves, bpecial private brands of bread anil the best collection of small goods from cookies up to wedding cakes. After the bakers' competition the Volun teer firemen of the City will take posses sion the of Pavilion. It is going to be a warm night, for the exempts and the vet erans are going to meet and right a fire, which is to be specially kindled for the occasion. Tne exempt company has ap pointed a committee, consisting of John F. Lyon, William Larking, Charles M. Plum Sr., to arrange for their portion of the celebration. Two of the old engines that did duly in early days will be on ex hibition to-night, and will be worked by the veterans in the same style as in the | days when the water came up to Mont gomery street. Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, whose numbers on ' the trombone have been heard during the past week, have been engaged to continue throughout the fair, and will be heard on the programme every evening. The proeramme of music for this after noon and evening is as follows: AFTBBNOON'. "Zampa".. Herold Caprice. "Cupid's Pranks",... . X Hen berg >>elOdies lroiu "l-'H.ka" Chaissaign- Famas'e, *'0. A. It" (leauesl) Cain a British Patrol". a sch Ballet suite, "Foramors" Rubinstein (solo for cornet .....W. B. Rogers nurlesque. "I he War fry" Herman March, "Distant Greeting" Derliig EVESIKO. March, "Firemen" Sehultz Overt ure, "Fremont" Beethoven Fantasie, "An old Time Fir* Scene" Cappa (synopsis: Introduction, Con vernation at lhe J-.nglne-house, Ihe A arm. The run to the lire, Falling Walls, .all li Safe, the Return, . Finule Duet lor trombones.:. Mr. and Mrs Tooln Melodies from "Ollveite" Audran Melody of Popular Songs Wltmark Including the '-Fireman's Dream." Solo for cornet ..;.... W. B. Rogers Polish Dance Scharwenka sketch, "The Old Time Coach Crowe Sherman Is lieard From. OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 25..— A letter has been received by the Chief of Police from John Sherman, the deaf mute who is now at San Diego. He left home on July 13 and was not heard ot again until arrested last week In Southern California on the strength of the published account of his -disappearance. The police were notified, but refused to send for him. He says that his family .is being persecuted by deaf mutes, end it is evident his mind is affected. Millie Hudelson's Suit. OAKLAND. Cal., Aug. 25.— The suit of Mill c Hudelson or Johnson against B. F. Hudelson for maintenance was again on trial to-day in the Superior Court. Testi mony was introduced by the defense to prove that ihe woman was married to Johnson the time she says she married Hudelson. Some affidavits were pro duced, but there was no lobby and all public interest in the trial has long since died out., Conflnninent and. 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FCuiZl * CO., Agents*, 6 Montgomery avenue, bun Francisca rrw to-dat: 'k:;^/; Sent Free to Men. Indiana man discovers a REMARK- abIe REMEDY FOR LOST vieoß. Samples Will Be Sent Free to All Who Write for It. f James P. Johnston of >ort Warnf, Ind , after battling for yea s against the men a! and physic*' suffering of loit manhood, has found the exact remedy that cures th- trouble. HeiseuarJing the secret carefully, but is will- j ing to send a sample or the 'm*»dl.ine to all men wno suffer with any form of sexual weakness re- sult!,!-.- from youthful icnoranc, prematura losi of memory, and. strength, w-ait back, varicocele i and emaciation, lhe remedy has a peculiarly I gtatflu! effect of waimth uni teemi to act dl- | rectly, giving reeded itrenijth and development | | wherever needed. The lenudy cured Mr. John- i I (ton comple ely of all the ills nnd troubles that I come from years of mlsmu of the naturally or- I dained functions, and is said to oe abjo.ute>y reli- able in every case. a request to Mr. James 1". Johnston, Box 1063. Fort \i ayne, Ind., stating that you wocld like a sample of bis remedy for men, will be complied with promptly, and no charge whatever will be asked by him. He is very much Interested In spreading the news of this great remedy, and he ts careful lo send the sample securely sealed in a. perfectly plain package so that its recipient need have no fear of embarrassment or publicity. Readers are requested to write « Ithout delay. OCEAN TRAVET*. PACIFIC; COAST STEAMSHIP CO. FOR. ALASKA. STKAMKH UKO. W. ELDER SAILS FKOM _ Poit aud. Or., WEDNESDAY, September 1. 1897. for Mary Island. Metlakah'la, Douglas Island, Juneau, ' Seward City, Killisuoo, sitka and Uvea. tor further Information apply to V. POSTOV, Agent, 146 Ihlrd street, lonian i, or J. F. TROW BtiIDUE, Puget Sound Superintendent, Ocean dock, Seattle, Wash. ouODAI.L, PERKINS & CO., General Agents San Franclsco. PACIFIC COAST_STEAfISfIIP CO. STEAMERS LEAVE BROADWAY /NfIML wharf, San Franclsco, as follows: .35002 For porta in Alaska, 9 A. m. August 4, 9. 14, 19 24, 29, and every tilth day thereafter, For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C), Port Town- send, Seattle, Tacoma. Everett, Anacortes anl New Wi aicom (Belllngham Bay, Wash.). 9 a. m. Aug. 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, '2.9. and every fifth day there- after, connecting at Vancouver with the c v. B. 11., at Tacoma with X. P. R. P.., at Seattle with U. N. ity., at Port Townsend with Alaska steamers. For ICureka, Areata and Fields Landing (Hum- boldt Bay), Str. Pomona '£ p. m., August 3, 7, 11 16. 20, 24. 28. sepit-mner 1, 6. 10, 14, 18, 22, 27 October 1. 5. 9, 13. 18, 22, 2«. 30. For Santa Crnz, Monterey, San Simeon, Cayucos, Port Harford (san l.vis Obispo), Uaviota, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme, san Pedro, East San Pedro (Los Angeles) and Newport, at 9 a. ic Aug. 2. 6. 10, 14, 18. 22, 26. 3d, and every tourtu -flay thereafter. For san Diego, stopping only at Port Harrord /San Luis Obispo), santa Barbara, Port Los An* feles. Bedondo (Los Angeles) and Newport, 11 A. m. Aii ii ii- 1 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, and every fourth day thereafter. For Ensenada, San Jose del Cabo. Mazatlan, La Paz and Ouaymas (Mexico), steamer Orizaba, 10 A. M.. the 2 I of each month. The Company reserves the right to change with- out previous notice steamers, sailing dates and Jiours of sailing. Ticket office— Palace Hotel, 4 Mew Montgomery street. OOODALL, PERKINS & CO, GenT Agents, 10 Market St.. San Franclsco* THE O. R. & N. CO. DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO POR.TL ID From Rpear-street Wharf, at 10 _. M. 1? A T?Tr/»» Flmt-clas* 1 Includin? £ AllJj iS-j.r.O Sd-olass / berth <_ meats SCHEDULE OP SAILINGS: Colnmbia Aug. 1, 11, 21, 31. Sept. 10 Btate of California... Aug. tt, 16,26, Sept. 5 Through tickets and through baggage to all Fas -crn points. Hates and folders upon applies Uoa to F.F. CONNOR, General Agent. 630 Market atreot. BOODALL, PERKINS ft CO. snperlnte'iden'.i PHMMMIM s. -• AT -THALIA for ngt£BH|r HONOLULU only. * j»ff ■*■■■■■« Tuesday, S-spt 7. at 2 ■ fjfiq _ — rM. * pedal party rates. fMCii^^ irTN The •■*■*■*. _. MAIt I POX A ■SfWniSnlD^ ■■-•'•■•■•' , vla HONOLULU G;iWIIIUII!^ sml AUCKLAND Mr W foUlßM'th sY D E V 'hursday. .\wilipm.'q September 16. 2 p. tt. Line to COOLGARDIE. Australia, and CAPE TOWN, south Africa. J. D. SPRECKELS * BROS. CO, Agents. 114 Montgomery street. Freight office 327 Market street. San Francisco. STOCKTON STEAMERS Leave Pier No. 3, Washlnarton St., At 6 F. 31, Daily. Freight received up to .:3j P. M. iff Accommodations Reserved by Telephone. The only im- selling through tickets and giving through freight rates to all pointa on Valley Ball road. STEAMERS: T. C. Walker, J. D. Peters, Alary Garratt. City of Stockton. Telephone Main 803. Cat, -Nay. and Impu Co FOR D. S. -lAYMIM AID YJIILEJO. KAMI.II "MONTICEtLO," Hon., Tues., Wed.. Thuis. and Sat ..8:4. a. K. and 3:15 p. it. (9 p. M ex. Thurs.) ridays Ip. id. 9 p. it. undays 10:3 d a. ml and Br.it Landing and offices. Mission Dock, Pier A Telepnone (J"s 381. *. .**. . .r. '* -I* FOR SAN JOSE. LOS GATOS & SASTA CRDZ STKAMEK ALVISO LKAVKts PIEK 1 DAILY iSundays excepted) a: 10 a. m. Alvisn dally (Saturday excepted) at 7 p. it Freight and Passenger. Fare - between San Francisco and Alviso, 60o: to San Jose, 75a Clay »t., Pier L UO W. Santa Clara au. Sau Josa ■ ' RAILROAD T3AVEL i^^^sf saNTA FE iKJBH! p - 4c|F| ° llßifflml^il RAILROAD, gjggsg; ■■— ■■■■■■■■■■■^wbi ■ l l . Trains leave from and arrive a' Market- street Ferry. SANTA FFEXPRESS \TIA DIRECT LINE— I EAVES DAILY 4:30 p. if.: arrives daily 6:15 p. m. Palaoe Pnllman Drawing-room, also no lern upholstered Tourist Sieeplug i ars, Oakland pier to Chicago Tia Kan- sas City- Annex van for Denver and *-t. Louie banta Fe Express via Los Angeles— Leaves dally 9 a x.; arrives daiy 7:45 a v. I Boston Excursions via Kansas City, Chicago, Montreal and the White -mountains leave every Tuesday. .Tbe best railway from California to the East. New rai s, new ties, no d ust, interesting scenery, •nil go d meals In Uarveys dining-rooms. San Frmcisco Ticket Offlce— 644 Mar- ket street. Chronicle Building;, Tele- phono M .in 1531. ':/-^ ; ' Oakland— lllB Broadway. KORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD (Via Sausalito Ferry). Item Ban Francisco, Commencing May 3, 1897. WEEKDAYS. For Mill Valley and San Rafael— 7 t'JO, *8:1\ •9:4 V 11-.HO A. if.; *1:45. 3: 0,4:00. 6:15 * -»t*l:ou, 6:30 P. it • Extra trips for San Rafael on Mondays, Wednes- days and Saturdays > lliiiOr. it SUNDAYS. . For Mill Valley and San Rafael— «B:Oo, "9:00 10:00.11:0). 11:30 -.»«.; lrfJ'J. *1:45 •i.M, •4:00, 5:30, 6:45. 11:00 p. m. 11:00 a M. does no. run to San Rafael; 6i30 and - 11 :00 P. M. do not run to .Mill Valley. Trains marked " run to San Quentln. /if THROUGH TRAINS. VIDO a. X. weekdays for Casadero and way sta- tions; 1:45 p. m Saturday's fur. Casadero and .waystations: 8:00 .\. U. Sundays for Cazadem and nay stations; 9:00 a. U. Sundays for J'o.ai . keres and wav Slvt.OUm j MOIST TAMALPAIS SCENIC RIILWAI (Via Sausallto Perry). Leave San Fraucisco Commencing May ;*"•*," 1897: '.WKEK DAYS— 9:4S A. M.: 1:45,5:15 P.M. BUNDAYS-8:0d, 9:00. 10:00, IT a. M.; 1:45, B'Bo p.m. ' * July 5, 1897, trains will m ■ on Sunday tima- 'ltc kef tor sale at MILL VALLEY or THOS. COOK <_ SON, 621 Market St.. San Francls*i(» (unaer Palace Hotel;. Telephone Main 506 U. Auction Sales DAVIS, BELAU & CO., Auctionears, 115-117 Bush Street. TO-MORROW, Friday August 27, 1897. a BICYCLK- ja /TV kioeks, sfy /j| ATTENTION. /if.' • f^f/^%. Aug. 27. 1897, vfrl£ v* J Atxl °' clock R^ig v*y AT SALESROOMS, By order of a prominent factory, of ISO New Strictly Hign-Grade Wheals, [ To b? sold positively withou*. limit or reierve. DAVIS, BKLAU <fc CO., Auctloneeri. Prospective purchasers will Und it to their in- I terest to nte. -id this sale, as the goods are posl- I tlvetv lii«h grade and in perfect condition All i bearings lurned from bar tool st a el; no stampings . in tins- wlietL. All p rts for the wheels can be \ obtained norn the San Franclsco agents Of th» j National M'wiog Machine company of Be.vlder*-, ) 111. Bui or* wishing to ship wheels to tb* country I will lie furnlsh-.'d with ciates. Wheels on exhibition THURSDAY, I August KG. RAILROAD TRAVEL. 1 .SOU Til HUN I'Al'iii'li: t'OMFiST. (riamo bx_x_mO Imiii. leiife nml nre dm' to nrrlve at MAN I'ItAKCINdO. '■:. ,y (Main Line, Foot of Market Street) ■ leave — From Aggro 15, 1897. — arriv •G:OOa Mill's. San .7 use and Way Stations... Si4sa 7:OOa Benicia, Suisuu and Sacramento. . . . 10:43 a 7:00 a Marysvilltk Oroville and Bedding via Woodland 5.3 p T:00a Vacavillo and Rumsey 8:45p 7:110 a Martinez, San Ramon, Vallejo. Napa, Calistoga and Santa Rosa Hilar 8:«»0a Atlantic Express, Ogilen and East.. . Bj43p »::i«A iNilcs, San .lose. .Stockton, love, Sacramento, Marysville, Chico, Tehama and Bed Blurt 4:15p •JIjSOa Peters, Milton ami Oakdale «.:lap 9:OOa New Orleans ICxpreEs, Merced, Kresno, Bakerslield, Santa I '.m lntra, l.os . Anueles, Deming, El l'aso, Now Orleans and East Cilap 0:00 a Vallejo. Martinez, Merced and Fresno HSfi •l:OOp Sacramento River Steamers •» «OOp l:30p Martinez and Way Stations 7:**sp *:OOp Livermore, Mendota, Hanford and Visalia 4:13p 4:001' Martinez, Fau Ramon. Vullejo, Nairn, Calistoga, El Verano and SunUßos-i Jll»A •»:00p Benicia, Winter*!, Woodland, Knights Landing, Marysville, Oro- ville ami Sacramento 10:43 a ■1.-30P Niles, Tracy and Stockton 7:13p 4:30p Lathrop, Modesto, Merced, Ray- mond (for Yosemite), Fresno, Moj.-.ve (for Rardsburg), Santa . jlarbara and Los Angeles 7i43a 4:»0p Santa Ke Route. A"aulic Kipress for Mojave and Kast .... 6:1.1p 6:00 Kiirupean Mail, Ogden and Bast 9:43* 6:OOi' Iliiyiiiiiils, Kites and Wan dose 7:43 a J8:OOi> Vallejo ."• 17:43p SiOOp Oregon Impress, Sacramento, Marys- ville, Redding, Portland, Puget ■'■iound and Past 7»43a " SAN LKAMiUO A.ND lIAiWAUUS LOCAL. ■- (Foot of Market Street.) i»6:00a ) / 7:13 a 8:0<»a Melrose, Seminary Park, ,'! |'2 iHSa Fitchbur*?, Etmliuret, lMoi <11:OOa I San Leandro, Sonth San , ? s i, p tl ilTor i Leandro, EstndUlo, V, jKSSJ iiiioop >• Lorenzo, Cherry ■< 'ii' 1 ' 4:00P 1 . tS:4.>t S:oop " nd •*!»* 3:30p I Haywards., J»*W 7:O0p I ' . S:4lr 8:OOp i Rung through to Niles. 1 saltnl 0:00pl tFromNileB . [ w 10;»O. SAiYI'A CUI'Z MVINION (Narrow Gaugej. (Foot of Market Street.) 17:43 a Santa Cruz Excursion, Santa Cruz . and Principal Way Stations JSiosp 8:13 a Newark, Centervillc.San. I use, Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz and Way Stations OtSOr •2:1 Newark, Ceulerville, San Jose, New Almaden, Felton, Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz and Principal Way Stations **§**_* 4:l3pSan .lose and Glenwood 9: X? A 4ilsp Felton and Santa Crnz jW;aOA CREEK ROUTE FERRY. from SIS mHCISCO— root of Market Street (Slip 8)— •7:15 0:00 11:00 a.m. tl:flO *2:QO 13:00 •4:00 t5:00 *6:00?.«. rromOlttiSD— root or Broadway.— "6:oo 8:00 10:00 A.M. 112:00 *1:00 t3:00 *3:00 tl:Q0 »S:OQr.M. COAST DIVISION (Third A loiiiisciml Sis.) •6:33 a Sau Jose and Way Stations (New Almaden Wednesdays only) l»SOp J7:3oa Sunday Exciuaion for San Jose. Santa Cruz, Pacific Grove and Principal Way Stations JB:33r 0:00 a Han Jose, Ires I'iuos, Santa Cruz, Tacilic Grove, Paso Rubles, San Luis Obispo, Guadalupe, Surf and Principal Way Stations 4:15p IO:40a Sau Joseand Way Stations 9:43 a 11:30 a San Jose and Way Stations SiMp •2:30 - San Mateo, Redwood, Menlo Park, Santo Clara, San Jose, Gilroy, f) Hollister, Simla Cruz, Salinas, Monterey anil I'acilie Gr0ve...... "lOibOA •3:13p San Jose, Santa Cruz, Pacific Grove and Way Stations: *7:80p •4:15p San Josoand Principal Wsy Stations •8:OOa •SiOOp San Jose and Principal Way Stations # 8:33 a 5:30p San Jose and Principal Way Statious -"OiOO* OsltOp San Joseand Way Stations • •«••* f11:43f San Josuaud Way 5tati0n5......... 7:: tOp A for Moniing. P for Afternoon. • Sundays excepted, t Sundays only, t Saturdays oul» tt Monday, Thursday and Saturday nights only. 1 Saturdays and Sundays. g Sundays and Mondays. SM FRAHCISCO& NORTH PA- CIFIC RAILWAY CO. Tlbaron Ferry— Foot of Market St. Ean Francisco to San Rafael. WEEK DAYS-7:30, 9:00, 11:00 A.M.; I_:3\ 8:30, 6:10, 6:30 P. -- Thursday**— Extra trla at 11 :30 p. H. (Saturdays— Extra tripe at 1 :j5 and 11:30 p. v. BCNDAYB-S*«o, 9:30, 11:00 a. v.; I:3ft 3:30, 6:00, tt :'io p. M. San Kafael to «**i Francl*«e«». WEEK PAYS— 6:IO. 7:50. 9:20, 11:10 a. *• 12:45. 3:40, 6:10 p. U, Saturdays— Extra M ai at 1:65 p. M. and 8:33 p. it "' fl'M'/.l S— .*-(:. i., 9:40, 11:10 a. ML: I:_% 3:4% 6:00, 8:36 P. it Between San Franclsco and Scbaetaen Park same schedule as above. Leave .na . , I Arrive San Frauclsca /"„*? 1^ ' » n Eranclsca *mffc» • De . I J2i. 01 . Sun- 1 Wsmx" Days. [ days. "ea»-a**»«>°- BAYa> | p AY a 7 :30 am 1 8:00 am Novato, 10:40 AMI 8:40 a* 3:30 PM1 9:30 am Petaluma, 6:10 PM 10:28 Att 6:10 pm 5:00 pm Santa Rosa. | 7:35 PMj 6:23 Ptt I Fulton, Windsor, 10:26 att Heaidsburg, I i ytton, -■ * Geyservllle, 3:30 8:00 AM Cloverdale. 7:33 pm 6:23 pic 7:30 aml I Hopland 4t I '■ 110:25 am 3:30 pm | 8.00 am Ukiah. | 7:8? rMJ 6:22 7:30 am I 10:25 am 8:00 am: Ouemeville. 7:35 PM 8:30 pm I 6:32 Ptt 7 :30 am j 8 :00 am Sonoma 10:40 am 8:40 aM and 6:10 pm 5:00 pm Glen Ellen. 6:10 pm 6:22 put 7:30 am 1 8 am Se baa'ODol |10:40 AM|lo:2\ AM 8:30 16:00 pm! baB " opoL I 7:3> Pm| 6:a2pM Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Marie Wei: Springs; at Geyserville for Slcagirs Springs: at Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Ho; land for Hl-ru- laud springs, Kelseyvllle. Soda Bay. uilceport i snd Bartlett Springs; at Uklah fur Vichy Surlngs, Saratoga Springs. Bius Lakes, Laurel Dell Lake, Upper Lake, Porno, Potter Valley. John Day's, Riverside, Lierley's, IJucknell's, Sanhedna Heights. Hollville, Booneville Orr's Hot Springs. Mendocino City, Fort Bragg, Westport, Usal. Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at reduosl rates. - * On Sundays round-trip tickets tn -UI point* be- rond San Rafael at half rates. Ticket Offices, 650 Markets'-, Clironlols bnlldlnt A. POSTER, x. BTAJC. Prea. and Gen. Manager. Ota. Paaa Agent. THE SAS FRMCISCO AID SAS JOAQDU YAUET ■ RAILWAY COfIPAJI.-. ■ "PROM jUN 2, 1897, trains will ran ai follows: ' Sonthbonnd. - northbOOtt*. Pa-wen- I Mixed I Mixed IPaaaen- K-r I Sunday Btatlaaa. Sunday gar . I-aily. I Exc'pt'd Kxc'pt'd | Dally. 7:20 am 9:00 am .Stockton. 2:50 pm|6:4o PM 9:15 »m 12:55 pm ..Merce i.. 11:28 AM.BUM Ptt 10:50 am, 3:5U pm ...Kreano.. 815 am -:10 PM 12:00 M 5:30 pm . Ha. lord., 3:16 ami 1 :00 Ptt Stopping a: ermediaie stailons when required^ Connections— At Stockton with steamboats of C. N. & 1. Co.; leaving San Franclsco and S.ocktoa at 6 p. m. dally: at Merced with stages v, o froni bin i ings, couiierrille. Vosemite. etc.; a o w in sirs- fi-.ui Ho.- noi Mariposa, ec ; at Lanksr- ihlm with stage to and iro_i Miitsra . a Gibbon's Dispensary, <>-•"> KEABST NT. Established fflF?F^iffl- 1834 for the treatment Private ifi -X __■ 1 , I S, ?"S > Lust Manhood. Debility or aMaMBHcBk disease wearing on bodyand mind and *SHw/'v'Bh Skin Diseases. 'I'hedoctorcureswhen , others fail. Try him. Charges low. t'ni-eHjcHaianleed. Callorwrite. Dr. J- *'• iiIBBOS, Bui 1937, 5 an Pranciau*. 11