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hence sept lc. ' sh-A'r^r'i- 17 -, : i nr N,JVO - f r San« Francisco. St MichJeV t - :: - aIlp d * ? 1 17-stmr C eveland, for o. Michaei. hfe^ce^epf'i-f 0 - Arrive<l Se P'- 17-schr Bobolink, STRWaBTS POINT- Arrived Sept 17-Scbr Archie and Foil le. ben Sent 16. tto^ E^;V X .-'^ liea Sept 17— Stmr Green wool for San Francisco. Wit^, 8 ! 0 ? "S* ll^ * r|u 17-Schrs Sacramento and Bio Key for San Franclsca -^i-Dfl- - *^ 1 W— *»n"r Cieone. hence Sept 16. tIRKIA- Arrived sept 17— -imr Weeett, hne sept 15: >imr National City, hence Sept. 16 sailed sept 7--.th .Mary Buhne. for ban Fran* c, " c 0 . : ,, ™ r We.-ott, or San Francisco. lr^' V I l ; i e ! V;v/r rrlVetl ***' 17 " &lmr M ™"' fo^ort' l^ K^e, i?ailed SCOt 17 Stmr AlCatr " fo^J.°h*nce~^M " Pl 17 ~^ rar ««.of Call- Be^'l3. BAY - A " ,Ve,l - f P- 17 - s ' mr Czarina, he c] SaliedSept 17-Schr et>fo<«. for San Iran Eastern Port*. BALTIMOIIK-Arnvedsep*. 10-Ship nunna, from -New York, to load for San Francisco. i «»— -ten Port*. DEIWBTIKK KAY -Sailed Sept IS- Bark Har* ■«'' r t i* -.i . ira.icisoc. liONuKOM.-A.-iiveu Sept Br stmr Olym* pia, irom i acorn a York L ° X— **"" ' Sep 16 ~ Smr -nance. for New iOfk. «- I*** 1 " 1 <*-,"£- Sal led Au S -7 -Br ship Barrowda'.e, for Han Francisco. Manila -Sailed July '23- Br bars Mary a lroop. '1 ABLE BAY-Sailed Sept 15-Br ship I)ur bndge tor I'or.laad. Movements of Trans-Atlantic Steamers. NEW VOKK — Arrived Sept 17->inir St Louis. from southamp.on. *JUEK.N*->iow.\_s»i i Sept 17-Stmr Scythia, for Bf*st.<in, CHKKi-OUBG-ArriveJ Sept 17-Stmr AuKUSIa \ utoriH, from New York. LIVFixFooL-sauei be pt 17-Stmr Taurlc, for .New "i oru. QL'h.K.NSTOVV.N-Arnved Sept 17-stmr Elm ria, from New York, fo.- Liverpool, and pioceeded. importations. . ECBEKA- Per Pomona— l cs hardware, 4 pkgs oeilng, les Jelly, 10 .*.* condensed milk. 100 ski peas, i pk-f lard. 3 kegs berries. '27 bxs apples, 10 bxs rubber shoei, 2 tndse. 1 pig sath. 54 doors, -.pices springs. 15 kegs H<s nxa butter, i cs dry good*. 6 bxs plates. 33 rjiis leather, 1 pig .let ting, l lot household cood-, 4 pkg< mode.s, 1 sk coin, ll pki-»exprei-., 1 ci salt meat, 1 mat. tea, 3 c, plows. 95 M. ft lumber, $>» M -mingles. 1-. Kai.d h. k B— lcishois 1 p»g mdse. 1 bx meat, It dress* vms, 1 eg hut., 1 coop chickens, 1 crt curly redweod. 1 keg 246 bxs butter, 1.0 s»s outs la sks lentils, 5*9 .i_ s peas i'OKTLA.NDASD ASTOKIA-Per Columbia - 41 ska wool, 95 Mi-s potaio-s. :\2 14 a«s oats, 1100 ar-i-.s Sou . 3 00 sks oran. 2501) S3 shorts. t>s c* salmon, 576 sks sulphur. 1641 pki-s box mate lal, 8419 odls spooks 3u5 sks oysters, i-JScscurlos 00 rolls leather. **5 bdls carpet an.i matting. 60J0 v .umber 1-50 bags rice, 45-2 rolls 618 bdls paper. 2. baskets. 91*1 n-igs bamboo, 356 bdU ulaes, s-iins and pelts. NEWPORT-fer Eureka- 133 cs peanuts, 37 bxs oranges. East san Pedro— B6 bxs condensed vegetables fean Pedro— « pk ;a fittings, '2 moriars. 2 bxs fire works, 1 bx grapes. Los An^e es via San Pedro— l bx hardware, b bd.s solder reels, K.p_ga household goods, i rocker. 1 bx bolts. 1 bx meters. IJ bales leather, lo ci blacking. 2 c* wine Ventura — sks onion*. I cs honey, 1 bx cin namon, 1 bx houiehold goods, 80 bxs lemons, 1 bx codfish. Tin o:.s hides snd pelts anl skins, 1 sk tai •*, 6 cans 3 bois i .low. t-anta Barbara— lsß OisJeinoni, 5 sks crawfish, '_* cs ege-s. 1 ti cheese. Gavlo a- 1 1 sks crawfish. Port Ha. for J — Is hxs fish. Bci eggs. 6 sks cos. coop chickens, 116 bxs green fruit, 2 tills hides, i SK.ioil'ee, 2 vis butter, 1274 sks barley. S cooss low. ] LSd sks wheal. Cayuco3-2 bxs butter. 510 sks wheat, 301 sks bar.e.i . San s.meon-7 bxs butter. 1 Ml dry bides 1 b.i apt. les. 1 cs eggs, 1 carriage, 1 ex cigars. Monterey— 63 bxs pears, 1 lot household goods, 1 i's honey. TAHITI— Per Homer— l bag coffee, 6 tins va nilla bears 4b, 00 co oanuts 1338 uajs copra, 15 bales lon at, 1 . >l copra. YAQUI.NA BAY — Per >oyo-2367 sksoats.4oo sks 0r... 110 l sks bran. 3036 t-r-sks 50 b:-sks tij-tlsks flour, 7 els stay.-bolls, 352 a*** mcd cm ted bark, 7 C-*s chickens, . 1 bdls green biles, 3 bdls dry bides, 7 bb.j -.a. mon, lei boots and shoes. 3 bxs garden seed, 1 s-c suit hides. KureKa— s cs granite 1 cs meal, '2 bxs fruit. 2 bdls -heep pells, 1 es cigars, 1 cs sardines. 4 bdls dry b:_es, 2 bdls salt bides, 2 bdls ca.l hides, 1 bdl tails. ' oiisignees. Per Homer-M Turner; Wilklns & Co. Per Columbia— .) 11 K.g.ess: A Bevy it Co; SP il .in - Co; John F English; Thomss Bou?nra*i* « Koih ail : J .1 _\ewbaii**i dt Co: SH Frank it Co: Allen <_ Lewis; Kopje A -ioup: Clement, 1-riugle ■V co: Geo Morrow iv Co: Moore. Ferguson A (Jo: T li Warn*.--; Willamette Pulp cfc Paper Co: A Zeller bach A S'-n: Blssinger it Co: J Vketlner: 'lien A li i -iii us; H -rniaa vv'a.decu ;-U6ion Paper Co*. M J l.raude.isitin Jt Co; Clasop Mill co: .1 X **>n*ith: kl n Moravian : M£ A Wagner; Morr Windt: Ihlaese merchants; Kimball it Co: C Carlson: H ».eman Bros; t-ogartydt I'ar-ier; Morgan uys.er to; Ds.-bee it Imrael. Per Pomona— Marshall A Refiners: B X Bresac: Marshall, Teggart A Co: Bri-hani. Jlopue A CO; It .* Vrtuc--: «.. r. Whitney A C> ; Dairymen's Union: ho ru a. « l.O'irhran: l-BHai-jht; Geiz Bros A Co: Felling,- Creasy A Co; lit Is B ox: Bus- A Uew.eu: J ,-. Svwtoauet •* co: stand ard Oil Co; Van Arsda'e L.inib-r » o; Wheaion, Breon A Co: Trie-it A CO: Schweitzer A Co; Norton, Teller A Co: Fuji Co: (J a .-in.m s: if; H-als*-, Bradford _ Co; M K*»r A to; --oath B»nd Iron nor.) W'uzel A Baker; H A Crocker ■_ I rus; Western Meat do Nevl c A Co; Wells, I-'ar-fO A Co ; Marshall. l'ee^.ir: A Co : A J Kellv: A mer l rosi A ssn: Miller. fSloss A Scott; Overland Freight and Transfer Co; h-^Trarube. Bus . X f A Cj: Dodge, bweeney <s*.Co: Co dy*-ar Rubber Co; Ac Mi -is A Co: alb:on Lumber Co: i.o.is spring Oo; Dodge, Sween»«- A Co: F Ko-brl A Bros: Levi, Strauss A Co; Higgins A Collins: L P De^an; Or.y A B-itchel ; Be. 13 Spring Co; C\V Burgess; Taber Ho*. Per Kureka— W C Price A Co: C C iVnneil A Co- Morgan A l hick; byron J action: U T Carreit; J J room; Kiver Kxiires-i; Pacific M<*-.al Wor-ts; Head-burg and Sonoma «omm**rctal Co: Loco, Fielihman &Co: sherwood A *>her woo i: t.eoer-l Kleciric Co; ATrosvOtt: L galley llel.wlj; A Co; loner Bros A Co; L --.catena A Co: Wm (luff A Co; I't'ss Co: - H FranK A Co; 8 H Frank A Co: KvelethA Xaiti: Jo in 11 ii-erJ rtf; if., ria Bros; t Gava;na : Levi Spieeel A Co; .1 ivancovich ACo: Ciarcia A Maggini; L U sresovic.i A i a; fcjaterprlse lire very: san rrau isco Bievvint* Co; A Paladlni; M.lam A Co: Wet more Bros: Wellman, Feci A Co: t-tandard Oil Co; A Levy A Co; Fac Coa.t 1-' sli Co: 1 uss. Early c co: American Union H-h to: Tom t-treicii: Dairymen's Union; Sac ram en o Fish 1 o: Doiiije, sweenev* 1EC0: G Camllloui Co; A Knea: Marshall A Relm.-rs; McOonoush A nanyoa; Jiu son Fruit Ait: C -: Buss, E*riy .I*. Co: 1 1 Dti ard: 8 B( rants; De Bernards A Co; Moore, Ferguson A Co; A Gerberding A Co: Brtghatu. Hupp? -.v. Co. V D Vlricii.o. Ilo. ni- oppt' Ana; HN I liden A CO; L Da'.lniau; VanKunnACo; Cal Bottlin-; Co; W X ] auiie.ler: Baaaett A Bunker: Smshe.mer Bros; T Donovan: O H Smith A Co: GetzßrosACo; F X K:- wan; Norton, Teller A Co: U<-o W Mc.*>ear: 11 ? evcts; I li c»eo Brewery: Creasy, Voorhie^ A Co: Hllmer, Bredho*T A -tciiair, ii Waldrck; Wiilsrd Bros: Mudei.ak**i B os Per No.o— simiMon Lumber Co: Bisslnger ACO: OS .mau. Worm *er A in: -Del Monte Milling Co* Mau. .--adier A 1.0; San yer Tanning CO: Vate. A Co; liailan-Wwl-i-t Co...uv ; W C Free A Co: Her man Wa di-c- : i'acilic Coai Wooden var - Co: M ]> Oatcla; X It Stevens A Co: Smith's Cash Store; Oet7. Bros A Co. Cahn, Nlclcelsburj A Co: Fain- wo.'lb A Bug~lei: Moore, Ferguson A Co: Oregjn a-.d Washi.-iuto 1 Floor Co: Weltman, Feck .« iO; btxodard Oil Co: W B Somner A Co: 11 Dv arl; ceo Morrow A Co: Allen A Lewis: C J Lelst A Co; Jo 11 M Peiilgrew: Clemen', ITinide A Co. OLYMPIC CLUB FINANCES. The Organization I* Not on the Brink of Dissolution, as Reported. The directors of the Olympic Club held a meeting yesterday afternoon to discuss the financial condition of the organiza tion. An expert statement of the club's affairs ■was presented and the president and directors exposed themselves as being very well satisfied with the results shown. From beptenib-r 1, 1896, to September 1, 1897, the income wns Jfs'J 733 04 and the «-xt -uses were 551.599 89, making a loss of $316 85 for the year. ln v.ew of the i revalent hard times this is considered a pood showing. Had it not been for the club's Ja-t boxing entertainment, which proved an $1100 loss, the balance would have been on the oh r side. The statement snowed th« a-*?e'.3 to ex ec cl the liaoiaties by $108 535 03. The club's membership is now 1795, a loss of six during the last year. — • C. miiig < In ist 'in*. JKndeavor Meetings. OAKLAND. Cat*,, Sep;. 17.— The regular montiily meeting of the executive < om u:ittee of the County Christian Endeavor Union will he held in tne upper ha.l of the Younp .Men's Christian Associition building Monday evenmc. Among the important lettitres of the evening wil! oe tue -election of a place for holdin.* the next convention. It is Jiksdy that Ala meda will secure it. . ■ Prior to that a conference of correspond in" secretaries will be he!-, in Oakland, to which an effort will be made to get every one in the county. Entertainment for these who cannot return home will oe provided, and those who cannot attend will be askel to send a representative whom the society can elect to succeed them in the office.' Neglects His Family. ALAMEDA, Cal., Sept.. Anthony Sears, a tarOer, was arretted to-day on complaint of Ins wife, who charges that lie wastes Ins substance in riotous livimr, to wit, gambling, and does not provide food or clothing for his children or wise. She says that she has had only $2 in three or lour weeks, and that while her husband earns good wages he gambles them away in a poker adjunct to a cigar-stand on En c(ual avenue. THE STOCK MARKET. Mining stocks -were not materia ly changed yes terJay, some silling rather hUher and others fall lug off • omewhai. Trading was fair. The Sierra Nevada and Hale A Norcrosi assess ments fa. l delinquent In board tt-day. In the st ii Consolidated for Iho week end ing September 11 raise 4, 3.Z.3 level, showed very poor material. There was no improvement in raise 5. same lev -i. North drift along footwall of >3) level had twelve inches very low-grade quartz in the face. Winze 1, below sime leve'. cm lirto the old "wheelbairo**." drift and found two pillars of low-grade oie. In raise 1, Fori una vein, 600 level, the ore h«s not yet been stripped. In winze -, same vein and level, the ground Is hard and the ore of huh grade. Ore was belli : sloped from the •ill, '.'65 .-.18. 336, 380 --lit* 6HI levels. St.ndard Mi.l s aiemeni — ne crushed fcr the week, *-07 ions: average assay vainer tailings. 1-6 31: Concentric es pr. d ice I. 'i fins: essay va ue. »50 55: plated rmnlictm produced, ounce-: a- say vu in-, vii 67 < line-. At tal. lags plant 1 ihey finished the sump and the erection oi solii tion-taiiKs and treated 319% tons tall I g.icribe week. At plait '2 th»y treated 521 tons lellinits nud commenced the erection of new so 11 lon tunks and tue but din* of a u»w sump. A contemporary says: At the Consolidate! C'atlforuia and Virginia office ,11 Virginia 1 ity a caieiul c mi utallo 1 Is be.ng made of the actual cost of mining and milling the low-grade ore which was ice. ii.l- crushed and concentrated by the hinKead Milling company. Tne gross pro cei ds of the ix a da f-ac ion ions of concentrates from be 3)0 tons 01 or* late y work d at the K.n- KeaU milt we c *?15U6 0- in god ■.cm, 'ihe Vir ginia c lty office of the company is now figuring out the t.rolit on this lot, and if the company has made any reasonable sum on the operation it is highly prob«b.e that llie directors will deiid-to ha ye. the Urge reset v*s of .ow-inade ores in the iniue Heated 111 the same wa • 011 a o g so le. A rough estimate mad ■ in ibis city sbo--.s that theie he- been a clear profi. of trom *1 50 to $2 per tou on ihe 300 tout of low-gmde ore lately nork'd If I hie slim a c is cornet ihe Conso.l dated California and Virginia Mining d mpany i.ai no in ed oi levying any more ass-ssmeuis, and by en aiMing its low-gra le ore enterprls** <an lay up money rUht along. *hi c extracting the low grade ores depcslls of richer Vain- may be en countered, 'ihe company may actumu.ate sufli cleni money to pump tut the water from the 1600 and 185U leve.a. Un ihe I^so level a wide ledge of ore assaying from 910 to $15 per ton, princi pal y 111 go.d. Is known to exist, 'i he ore in this ledge is somewhat base, bat It should give just as goo: returns at the Klukead mill as the 300-tou nit recently gave, 1 hat lot aso contained much ha c meial, and cou d not be profitably wor-tcd by the ordluuiy amalgamation i. rotes*. UOAIII) >ALES. rollowlr.g were the saioj In the San Francisco Mock Board yesterday: Mr.l'l.tr. Momxixa session-, rtnmxcna 9:30. 20') Alia _'20 2000 Con Im. 04 J IK) l>ccldt.- , '.25 150 Andes. ...-ti 700 Con V ..Ui 70J Ovrmn-. . »7 50 2. 31/0 L* P0int... 46 OU 38 800 telcner.._4t lUU txcutir. ...It', iO ' ' » *• » -...6-1 100 4 4;.' n> .vi .. 6* .00 See Bel.. .15 10 J hA i 8. .00 Julia 01 .300 ScorpionOU *:00 8u11i0n.... 1t lOJ jusuce...-. -jSJ fc v... i.l> 200 tuleda 8? -00 24 ,0 > Union C..63 ;*0) ciialUe. ..s'. .UJ 8e11tCK....1) 5J U-jui 28 IUO ChoUar-_7t|JOJ Alxlc. o'.-iSJ X st.*... —53 10U twin ...1.3. ItO.N'U-tC.'J. HITKRNOON SKSSION— 2:IO. SOO Alr*-a-...22i100 K-rchqr. ..HP 300 Ovrmn.. >. 34 6>i) Alta.-- ....1t MOO O AC 6" .'OJ l'ototi 41 50 IS' lO tit 10 J s»va**e... 57 50 17jlv0 H&N...1.11; .00 8ei....16 tJOU 8e1cher... 45 1000 Ju1ia.. ..05 350 b.\ev..1.01) 10 i LAB fcl 200 Justice... 2l W > Union 57 10) tullion. .1- OJ Keutuck .1 1 200 56 5 i ihoir... 7. SUU Oti.nr ..lit 2'lo Ulan.. 27 SOU CCAV...1.65 60 OCCd -.'.31^00 »J»u«e*.sl 300 C 8 _ >..ot| I Following were the *.•*..*;.» in the racific Stock Leant yesterday*. B-QTT-LA* FFRHION— 10:11 SO-i Alrb» 25:100 Crwnl-t..4S;S 0 0vrmn. ...36 1100 2c.:IIUOES NevOS 100 -....j6 lOdll Alia It- M ExChr.... 071200 40 4UO ... 1»*15i.0 Ob 30 J 39 500 20 300 o-_C --17 400 .-.8 100 Anden... 2u iOO 6 -SO J roto-t ... 4» 600 Belcner ..44iJ00 t.9 100 44 60J 41- 10 » Ha.V. 1.20 1100 &avge..-6S 30J 8<k8.....8c'1U00 Julia. ...o*. 100 57 800 817-/0 05 300 ScorDlOn-.00 200 ...f 100 Justice.. -*50 06 1400 Buliieu..ls|.oo 25 500 07 400 .14 1200 26 701 bbi.M ...15 600 17jli0 24].'u0 16 200 Caleda-.. bfe 2000 Keutclt..O* ,200 19 100 .- 8* 2100 09! '*- Nev.. MO 100 81 1100 07 1000 1.07 1.(0 901200..... 10 500 SHlll Oj 500 Chllnge 51]1500 12 500 SiLouls. .. I 3 100 56 200 13 10J LTiiou....6J 300 Chollar .-.7 -.200 L WM-...0.- IjU 65 100 73 20 1 jdt*_«*u....6l 500 .....64 •-0J 7-t .OU 60 10 J Utah 27 10J 71 3UO 6. 4jo 2M 200 U'*V,„ ].70<400 0ccd1... 2.30 200 * J«*....51 100 LOUfl-..1.3."40 1 upu1r.. .1.11 ] 61) 64 10. 0 C I mi. ..Ol 400 1.12% 100 .68 5300 C X V...06 30J Ovrmu ...a7 200 .57 2600 Ob! I A* T KB. NO ON' KBBSION- — 2:30. 400 Alnti* 23il()J 1 ond... 1.3 I 3uo ntU(i. ...5 7 100 Alia •• 19600 Fxcnar ...ub -00 56 1000 ....'..... lb *00 IT, .'OO 64 1.-00 1-200 IS a .W....U6 300 56 Ho'< An*—- . s|soJta -c 67J.-100 62 200 Benton... HO OJ ..b6200 &82t.\1. .16 70 J i«.i..,.>HlW«iV.\'...i: j.-OJ »JNt>v...1.05 i*o) "1 50.1 Julia 06 1100 1.0.1 1 2 50) Bullion.-. lc 1600 05,500 I.Uo 1,0 l'-Ou Keutuctll 200 ... -. 1.00 300 14 300 li '600 98 100 Caleda....**ojlooOßWaat*-.05i300 89 10J Cutu.ne... StJOO A.ex 60-.100 bil Hi 11... 05 iOO . . 53*200 59 200 ***ldrd .. 1.95 4i,0 62510 57 301 Union- 61 300 ti.oir 71 JO J 0ccd.. ..2 -5 il 0 60 5-0 ...6-.20J Ochlr 1.07% l*-*0 68 100CC<tV...1.6J: 9i)'J Ovrmn... .3* *00 „..66 1000 Con NY Ot 310 .»i 1210 tan... 27 300 Oft lt.o ..... 3i 800 28 100 C 10.ut...4< 100 P0t05i.... 4 > -00 * j«j*..„.53 '.OU ....: _4t 20J 4*. 1 300 ...62 400 44 JOJ t*corblon..o7i ILOSIKO (jIOIATIO>-3 FRIDAY, Sept, 17-4 P. xt. Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked. Aloha Con 21 2JI Julia tM . «J4 05 if. .... 16 17 -osttc*.... _ 20 21 Ana,;.*" .. ._ — 26 Kenme*. 09 10 lit nton Con.. . 1.00 Mexican _ 60 62 fcelcher .... 41 4*. iccldenial.. '.'.25 2.30 let.: A aeioa-M 78 St Jphlr 1.05 I.U 1-ulliou - IB 16' iverman...... 32 31 taledonia. ... 76 8> . oiosu .._ 41 42 Chollar 69 71 -avage. . 52 53 1 unpaids Va... I*6') l-6*> ec- belcher. . 16 i 7 Challenctf Uo_ 62 51 scorpion 07 08 ion. per. a.. 04 16 -liver Jldi.. . 05 06 i onllaenco.... 1.20 125 -sierra Nevada. 97 99 Cro>*- •*-'<» •»* 41 4. ] --.audara — l.:0 Con.NewYonc. 08 09; St. 1x>u15.....„ 14 — . --.. --c. .. . 06 — v. niOjOwiA.... 57 58 It. ... _ . .ir.-/ 65 6b| iau 26 -8 Hale* JN'orcrs. 1.1 v l.ll| ■ -*■*■"-"* xm-ms*. 50 02 t-lUCK A>D DO.NO KXCIIANCB. I'KljaV. Sept, 17-2 r. xl. FNITF.O STATICS BIWUi. Hid. Asked. I Bid. Asked. X f-48 e0nt». 11334 - jllßtoiK„..ll% _ lilictr iaauei^4a 4 — j MISCKLLAXtOnn noVO**, in.Mrwrv.ii*.'^ - NFC, 55.... 99-Vg - lal KlecL 6*l-- 29 -Vi — OaK'.a-i .•>-,.. jot Intra 6* U7i 2 101 !1 o lid is 55... 108 — LjDt-Btex-C3 — 100 (.-muit-rn o*.. i2i'V± — LAP 111 1.0 IJI I,* 1' &v Ht it. 11 0 — >&CHRKt»*IO7 - ilAChKyti». — 1037' 8 Oearr-si Bss - 100 I Pwl-st RRtli lib - M (-A-** &Mj>.lo'jy a _ ll.eno.WLAi. — 105 Los An. Ldi - 100 i-ectol'AL.. - 101 PoGnteed 6* — jUOi /4 t-FAM'ItS-.. 1031 ilo3y WKt-BtCbletfil'J634l'i7 fPRKAris-Ji 9S-V« 99 Doßy Con os.lu9Jrf.llo "-PRRCaloi. 110 111% NatVlnflslsv — tOj -I'KKial.-* - t»5 NevCJNcB?- 91 - -FBrKCaltii. 106*4 lu ß .N F.vCa; oa. 10-1 110 tV Water 11 I t-s IH-V-i M.tu. -i — «5 >V\\ aier-ki. ioli^llilVs N C 65....103-Vi — blktnUdU!..** — 10-iVi WAT KB STOCKS* Contra cose* >'5 — |teprn*t Valley 98 98% laarinUu... bo — ,1- OAS AXD KLKCTBtC STOCKS- Capital....... — 2* : Pacific Llia. 50 50% Central. fHlx, - |sFO*kttlae. — 96 M _lee Hint 93/4 10 I -an FrancsCO 3t/ 8 £'»/, Oa-ULAII 65* 56 -ici-klou Xt 14' X-m* bw luss 933/4 941-4 IN3lKA.\i;ll STOCK*. I'lreman-sr-*no — I _ COMMKKCXAC RANK STOCKS. /■neto-Cal .. tou. 57 ! * list NaJo-u — 1851/4 Bank of Ca1.237 2.18 I London PA A. 127 1.0 tv bJj_l lv — 99 I airrcn 1-.X li - SAVISHI HANK STOCK*. 4 - A !,»*->. . J4 '0 1550 11-av A Loan.. - 100 UcmbSAL.l^s> 1160 [security. ..... 2JVJ — Mutual. 35 40 Luiuu t'ru-K.tfSO 1050 tt._> Uuioa464 — I fcTKKKT KA/LROAD STOCK*. California.... 1t>9%11l lOaKSLAU*/ 100 Wear;*- st...— 40 — ! PreSULo 5 — _t»i_ev-o. .. 47 47<,*| row una stock*. Atlantic --t. 11 'I iijiantOoa.... 38% 89 Calltorn.a....loo 135 IViCBOI .. 3y 8 31/, t....r; ii J..„ BO 95 I MISCKM.ANKOI7S (STOCKS. Alssksf-crs. 9bl/4 99 |NatVtn<».. _ 7% Her Lead (Jo. 1.11 i«U j IceanlcSSCo 33% 36 UawCA-iCa. •_••.' 7/ 8 .3 ilacAux(?V 1% 3 huicli.-.r-j s3-* 34 I'ac ßora rC_ 100 — btit-.x.i-*_ I*o " — 1 Part PaiutUa u% — t-Llt-l— KUUM-V- KAOSIJi, I OR— — 175 Mariet-st Railway _ 47 50 65 Mutual Kteciric Light. 9 75 120 Pacific Lighting CO 00 60 Pac Gas Imp 94 0 J 70 .*-. t- (..as A hJlectricCO Ho 50 10 do 00 _ 9*5 6'i-va 75 *■■ V Water 98 75 flfOO *■ 1* of A Bonds 88 75 $1000 SVA JN V Railway Bonds, b 3... 103 'i 5 Mree; — •45 Alaska Packer.*' Association 88 60 lALUI-AirlllK'ilWJi B*i.-l-»lJ*r. Board— 100 (Slant Powder Con 38 50 1-0 Hawaiian Commercial.. 26 87% SO Hutchinson N V Co He 62% 26 Market-st Railway 47 60 60 do do ...- 47 -26 ft Mutual Klectrlc Light 9 87% 10 Sl' oas A Eiectnc Co.. »6 26 5 do . do SH Ol 20 do do, s 3 96 00 150 S V Water ._, 98 50 150 Hawaiian Commercial 2- 87% 60 Hutchinson » P Co 33 60 13000 Market-st Xv Con Bond* 6* 100 75 SO Pacific Lighting 60 00 80 *->V Water „: 98 76 THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1897. BRUTAL BLOWS CRIPPLE A CHILD Little Henry Zimat Says He Was Kicked by a Man Named Citron. Doctors Say the Boy Will in All Probability Be a Crip ple for Life. : The Story of the Child Substantiated by His Brother, a Lad Eight Years of Ag3* Litlle Henry Zimat, who lives at 842J4 Clementina street, i- likely to be a cripple for life, allowing to a blow he says he re ceived from a man named Citron. His statement is substantiated by his brother Louis, a boy about 8 years of age. The story related by the children to their mother is this: - , LITTLE HENRY ZIMAT Is Likely to Ec a Cripp'e for Life Owing to a Elow He Says He Received from a Man Named Citron. The two little fellows were playing in the kitchen of their home, which ii just j over that ot Citron. Of course, childlike I they were a little noisy. Tiiij annoyed Citron, and he started up the backstairs after them. The boys heard Dim com and locked the door. Unable to get in that way, be started to the front door, i This be wrenched open and mounted the i steps. Little Henry becoming frightened, ; took refuge under the bed. Citron, after | kicking li.m once, pulitd him out and i administered another kick on the child's : knee. He was not satisfied with this but i procpfcdidto box the ears of tho other ! boy snd pulled his hair. Then he went j away and left them. When Mrs. Zimat returned she found : the little fellow cry ins.*, and, after finding S out the facts, attempted to remonstrate i with Citron. He not only denied the charge but straightway began to call Mrs. | Zimat all the vile names he could think . of. All this happened about three months ! ago, and for some time the little one's | knee did not tin him, but within the '. last Jew weeks i. began to bother him con ; siderably. His mother took him to the polyclinic on Ellis street, and Dr. Regens burger looke i at the injured knee. He > called in Dr. Phillip Mills Jones, who ap plied the X ray. Ho lound that the bine ; was badly fractured and that the poor | little fellow is likely. to be a cripple for j lite. He is now in the hospital. The mother of the child, a working I woman, is just about distracted with grief. j Her husband, Emanuel Z.mat, is em ployed ai a tailor by the Muiler Cloak und ] Suit Company. He does not care to say j anything about the case, because Citron is a distant relation of his. Citron, ot ! course, says he did not do it, but yester | day be moved out of the neighborhood. i The fact that the child had to be sent to ! the hospital seemed to worry him but ! little, and he told little mis, so the < mother says, that he would come up and j hurt his mother if anything were mane ! known, so she would have to be sent to I the hospital to keep Henry company. 'l is is not the first trouble between the I two families. Some time ago Citron's little girl and Henry were playing in the yard. They got to quarreling and slapped one another with r richt good will. The grand at her of tue child came upstairs and slapped Mrs. Zimat In the face. She took this case to court, but at the urgent re i quest ot her husband it was dismissed. I This time she says it seems almost too j much to bear, but the poor woman is ; powerless. She has no money to engage ! a lawyer to tight the case. THE GOVERNOR WAS THERE. His Excellency and Staff K -joyed the mechanics' Fair Lust Night. It was Governor's night at the Me chanics' Fair last night and his Excel lency came in military state, attended by most of the resplendent officers of his staff. The crowd in the Pavilion was larger than usual, owing to Governor Budd's ex pected presence, and the special musical programme included "The Battle of Gettysburg," given with the assistance of the pupils of the Franklin Grammar Scbool. Cannon were tired in honor of the Governor's arrival ami Companies A and E of the First Regiment, N. G. ft, were present as an escort and to .furnish the tiring party for the musical entertain ment. When the Governor's party entered the members were presented with flowers by Miss Miriam Wallace, Miss Blanche Cum ming and Miss Stella Logan, and later in th<* evening they were entertained hand somely by the directors in the banquet hall. Congressman Maguire was among the few special guests present, and there was a proper amount ot toasting and graceful words.' The trustees and Connuctor Rogers and Bandmaster Bennett were entertained by a banquet given by San Francisco Lodge of Elks at tbeir hail. 223 Sutter street, af.er the close of the fair. The winners in the prize pigeon race for the Mechanics' Institute trophy are as follows: First, E. C. Ko»nig, Ban Francisco— E 411, blue, 'peed. 787.78 pur minute, distance cov ered 70 miles 1567 yards. Time, 2 hours 17 minutes. Second, John Fehner— K. 490, black checker, speed 081.53 yards, distance 79 miles 1320 yards. Tim-. 2 'ours 23 minutes. Third, H. C. Worth— X. 690, blue Checker, speed 978-85 vn*-ds, distance covered 77 miles 1520 yards, Time, 2 hours 20 minutes. . The exhibitors at the far will give a grand banquet to the directors o. the Me chanic.-,' Institute on Monday might in the art gallery, as a token of their appre- ', ciation of their serv.c-s during the fair. The affair is strictly invitational and is only for those directly connected with the fair. A special programme of music has been prepared for to-night — the closing night of the fiir. »V • — -» — ■» BOOTS -TUCKER'S FAKM. \ Big Ueet-Sugnr Charity Colony in Salinas Valley to Start Next Week. Commander Booth-Tucker of the Sal vation Army, who arrived here from tne East Thursday, went down to S* ledad yesterday with a party of Stivationists and members of the citizens' colotrz i.i in committee to inspect the Inn- Is offered for the army's beet-sii^ar farm in the Salinas Valley and to conclude arrangements lor starting the work next week of pulling in the crop. The commander is en husiastic over the scheme. He declares that the President and the V.ce-I'ro-ii lent of the United States are favorably impressed with it. From twenty-three States he received offers ggTßragating 103.000 acres of fertile land on which to put the 6 000,000 persons C«»iißtilutine the great army dependent in ilia country solely upon charity. The Santa Fe R.iilroa-1, notably among several companies, offered land and other assistance. Money is needed at present to perfect the plan. To-morrow forenoon Com mander Tucker will lecture nt the Metho dist Church hi Eist Oakland and in the afternoon and evening at Armory Hall.. He has issued this notice:' Commander Booth-Tucker, leader of the 1 American forces of the Salvation Army, trill j address the business men of San Francisco on ; .Monday, September 20, at 2 P. M., at the Cham ! ber of Commerce on the colonization of the : unemployed. Inasmuch as this movement I which offirs so mii.'li for the benefit of ihe ; Stnte is lv be launched next week the presence ] of yourself and friends who will be interested i will be welcomed. Commander Booth-Tucker : will answer any questions you may ask con j cerning this work. SUPERVISORS UNEASY. They Did Not Fix Outside Water Kates on Time This Year, Partially Reassured by an Opinion from District Attorney Snook. Oakland Office San Francisco Call.) 908 Broadway, Sept. 17. J The Board of Supervisors were in great terror this morning when they were in formed that they were in danger of follow ing the San Francisco board out of office, and even now ".hey do not know whether or not they are at the mercy of any local . George K. Fitch, who may bring the necessary suit. February has passed and the Super visors of Aiame da County did not during that month, nor have they subsequently, iixiid the water rates for that portion of the county that is not included in incor porat d towns and cities. The case is a little different from that of San Fran cisco, but there is still enough doubt in the matter to keep the Supeivisors on the anxious seat. As soon as it became known that the po.itical enemies of ihe present board were trying to discover that they had been de relict and thereon base a suit to have tbem ousted there was consternation at the county building. The Supervisors and county officials are more or lets agitated when a Grand Jury is in existence, but that was not sufficient to account for the uneasiness to-day. County Clerk Jordan was requested to produce the minutes, and an examination clearly showed that no action was taken during February re garding the fixing of water rates. This knowledge added to the Supervisors' dis comfiture, and the codes were eagerly searched to see where they stood. District Attorney Snook was sought and his in relation of thb statute was eagerly await d. He somewhat reassured them by reading the law and quoting the section that says "when* petitioned" by the residents. oi an outside district the Supervisors must fix the waier rates. This year there was no petition tiled and no rates were fixed. There is a doubt as to whether tne stat ute makes it necessary to file a petition every year or sim ply once for a district, after wh.ch it becomes the duty of the board to fix rates annually thereafter. This matter is under consideration, and may lend to a startling development. The Supervisors profess to feel quite easy re-ranting the matter, but tbey are nevertheless considerably worried. . . - » — — » ''.: _^__, Fear Yel.ow : Fever. OAKLAND, Cal., Sept 17.— Drs. John Morse and D. Crowley, * both members of the State; Board of Health from this ciiy, have requested Secretary. Matthews of Sacramento to call a special meeting of the board lor next Thursday, In San Fran cisco, to take steps to protect the State from any possible inroads: from yellow fever. . The local Board of Health met to-night and declared that portion of the West O.ikland -marsh lying between Twenty second and Twenty-sixth," Union and Pe ralta. streets, and that portion south of Fifth and west : of Pernlta streets, a nui sance and ordered it abated. S____b_HHi BASSETT EVEN ON HUNTINGTON "Old Pard" Says That His "Ancient Enemy" Is Beaten. Wanted Once to Bond Water- Front for Twenty- Millions. "The Strip" Too Wet for Bailroads and Too Dry for Steam boats. Oakland Office Pax Francisco Call,) 908 Broadway. Sept. 17. J J. M. Basket ex-City Councilman, the "Old Pard" of numberless communica tions to he press, and who was at one time in the secret council of the Southern Pacific, has pronounced his opinion on the Supreme Court decision regarding the water front. "I did not rush into print on this occasion." said Mr. Bassett, "because I wanted to know just what the decision meant. I have carefully read it all over, and am, I think, able to speak in telligently. * "The decision is more on the side of the people than I anticipated," he said. "Since the boast of Mr. Huntington that he confidently relied on the judicial arm for the protection of what he termed his right, and the many decisions that would seem to imply that there was something more than wind in his boast, I have grown distrustful of all courts when considering issues in which the contest is between the people and a monopoly or trust or corpor ation. "This decision, however, while a goo.l deal like the old method of divi ling prize money — sifting it through a ladder, giving the officers what goe3 through and divid ing what does not among the sailors and marines — does give the people something and cuts the expectations of the railroad folks down probably one-hall or three fourth It does not do anything for the city, whic » gets nothing for the $60,000 or $70, C00 expended in the pro edition of a suit that never should have been com menced, I say never should because at an early stage of the suit brought by the railroad company against Doane, Dam eron, Davie and myself we again and again besought the City Council to inter vene in our case, which could have been done without costing the taxpayers a sin gle 10-ceni piece. The city should, and bad she been fairly dealt with would, have been a defendant with us in a suit in which we nonsuited the railroad com pany. But a majority of the members of the Council thought the railroad would win and they felt oyer themselves to get on the winning side. "The State, though not a party in the case submitted in the Supreme Court, really gets away with the prize. The rail road company is awarded the strip of land between the ordinary high and low tide marks. In some places this strip is 100 yards wide and in some places not over fifteen feet in width. Beyond tb" low tide line the State takes possession. What the railroad people will do with this narrow strip it will be difficult to determine. It cannot build a wharf or reach deep water without paying wharfage to the State. Ti.e harbor line when the bulkheads will be built is always and everywhere beyond the railroad company's possessions. The situation is precisely the same as in San Francisco, with the exception that over there the State sold for building purposes what is here given to the railroad. "There will be .a difference of opinion as to the city's right to open streets across the railroad's all long and no wide patrimony. I believe that an investiga tion will show that all streets within the city's limit prior to 2868 were dedicated to the low-tide limit. But this may not prove to be as favorable to the city as I hope it will. "In my judgment the decision should have followed the lines of the Chicago de cision, and if the case goes to the United States Supreme Court I believe the 'State will hold to the ordinary high-tide limit. This is the opinion of judges Henshaw and Harrison. And to Judge Henshaw, for his consistency, I want to return thanks and say that I wipe out all mem ory of the many jabs he gave us while trying our ca^e in tbe Superior Court, "The decision of the Supreme Court srems to have been formulated with a view to throwing every possible obstruc tion in the way of appeal. As ail con testants get a slice of the pie the city ting the basin east of the outlet of Lake Merritt — each will hesitate to appeal, be cause of fear of losing what they have. The railroad people pre end that they will appeal. They won't do it, because they know if this case ever goes to the United States Supreme Court the Chicago deci sion will be followed and tbey will lose their wet and dry ribbon. "Doane, Damerou, Davie and myself have won out. If the State or the city had found favor with the majority of the court we would have been utterly routed. The statute of limitations does not run against the State or the city. It does run against the railroad com pany, and we take its ribbon between Webster and Alice streets by adverse pos session. We have filled in and bulkheaded the entire area, and both the high and low tides are designated by our bulkhead. At the bulkhead, however, we meet the State, and, like the railroad people, must pay tribute if we go to nnyieabie water. "If there is no appeal from this decs on it is a good thing all around. The State will douD'.les? go ahead and build bulk heads and wharves. This will do much for the city. The railroad will sell or abandon its wet and dry ribbon portion of it. It is too wet for railroading and too dry for steam boating. Individ ually and personally I am some thing more than satisfied. I brought about this struggle for the rights of the people, and I have stayed with it from start to finish. It has cost me a consider able sum of money and some years of hard work. 1 never expect a return of my money nor a dollar in the way of compen sation lor my lime and labor. While I have done the Stale and the people some service, I have made it lively and expen sive for mine ancient enemy, Mr. Hunt ington. I promised him six years ago that I would beat him out of the Oik'and water front and I flatter myself that 1 have redeemed my p'omise. Of what lie was about to bond ior $20,000,000, be now bas a narrow -strip between tne devil and the deep sea, half the time under water ana the other half a racing ground for sand pipers." Professionals Denounced. BERKELEY, Cal., Sept. 17.— Editor Hopper of the Occidental has directed a scathing editorial against baseball players Krng and Hennessy, who, by entering the profesdonal games in San Francisco, have disqualified themselves to play in the future on the college nine. He says: * They entered the tournament, knowing full that they became professionals; that they were abandoning their college teams, la short they deliberately sold their college lor gold. ■-.• " ■ ■■■ -.-: /■:■ :_:'■ ■ - -.',:' y-.y:- ■■ .-.. -- 1 ■',-.;,- The Soft Glow of the Tea Rose is acquired •; by ladies who use Pozzoni's Complexion Powdeb. Try it. BENCH AND BAR CROSS SWORDS Judge Ogden Refuses to Be Lectured by Attorney Knight. Previous Instructions to Juries Are Compared to Insults. The Boosrar Murder Case Will Be Given to the Jury To-Day. • Oakland Office Pan Francisco Call,* 908 Broadway, Sept. 17. J Attorney George A. Knight and Judjie Ogtlen clashed in the Booj-ar trial this afternoon and for nearly half an hour the passage at arms was very lively. Mr. Knight was making his address to the jury, and he took occasion to say some sharp things about the charges of the Judge to the jury in the previous two trials of the prisoner, Michael Collins. The attorney said that to repeat such in structions would be "a direct insult" to the jury. This did not please Judge Ogden, who replied to Mr. Knight in a very pointed manner. "During the previous trials of the case,' said Mr. Knight, "the court has stated to the jury that they must not permit them selves to be swayed by sympathy. This is entirely wrong, and is as much a direct insult to the intelligence of the jury as it would be for me to say to the ciuirt, sit ing alone aa a court, "Your Honor must ■■ not let himself be swayed by sympathy, or by the wealth or poverty ol the de fendant.' Such language would he insult ing to the court. It is no less so to a jury. "i now wish to call the attention of the court—" 4.S;' * "Mr. Knight, you will not be permitted at this time to lecture the court," said O-iden. YY ■ "I have no desire. to lecture the court," eaid Mr. Knicht, "bat I have a right to sefer to a portion of the testimony and 10 ree that the record is put straight in the syes of the jury." said Knight. "If anything was wrong, Mr. Knieht,' said the court, "you have the privilege oi* taking an exception. When you say that the court has no right to tell a jury that it must not be swayed by sympathy you know that you are not correctly stating the law, which expressly requires that such an instruction be given." "I wish to call the court's attention to a portion of the evidence — "Mr. Knight, are you addressing the court or the jury?" asked the court. "When I address the court," said Mr. Knight, "I turn my back on the jury, and when I address the jury I turn ray back on the court. I never talk to a jury over the shoulders of the court nor to the court over the shoulders of the jury." Judge Opden was very much disturbed at Mr. Knight* argument, and when the attorney told th* r porier to be careful in noting his exceptions, the Judge said, "That is your privilege, take an exception, and another nn», and more if you wish," to all of which Mr. Knight excepted. ; • Finally Mr. Knight and the court forgot each other and the attorney confined his remarks to the jury. The jury will ba charged by the Judge to-morrow morning. This is Collins' third trial. At each o." the previous occasions the jury disagreed. j CITY ASSESSMENT. An Increase of Half a Million in the Total Valuation. ALAMEDA, Cal.. Sept. 17.— The Asses sor has completed the footings of the valu ations of property in this city, with the result that the total is given as $12,372,514. Last year the total was $11,704,964, making an increase for the present year of $567. --550. If no change be made in the railroad assessment by the State board this valua tion wiil stand, aud it will materially aid in keeping the tax levy down to the $1 limit, which is proposed. Last year the rate was $1 10, made up as follows: . General fund, .3801 street fund, .21; school general, .1324; High School, .0109; free li brary, .0595; bond interest and redemption, .0087; municipal fund No. 1, interest and redemption, .362: No. 2, interest and redemp tion, .0181; No. 3, interest and redemption, .0092; No. 4, interest and redemption, .0258; Ni . 6, interest and redemption, .0133. Total, $1 10. There will be a small deficiency to meet this year, but even with that to make good it is confidently expected the rate can be reduced below that of last year. A Medico- I. eir.il Balle-ame. OAKLAND, Cal., Sept- 17.— The Oak land doctors and lawyers, having caught tne baseball fever, will meet on tbe Ala meda .rounds to-morrow and strug le for supremacy. The game is for the Asso ciated Charities, and as great interest Is being shown the gate receipts should be generous. Dr. W. L. Dunn, Dr. Baldwin, Dr. Woolsey.- Dr. Crowley, Dr. Hamlin. Dr. Eaton, Dr. Milton, Dr. Adams and Dr. Travers will try to take the game from Attorneys De Golia, M.-C Chapman, Will White, Tom Garrity, W. R. Davis, Ben Woolner, Fred Whitney, John Sands and ex-Judge Frick. There are a host of sub stitutes, and tnere will be no lack of man to take the place of the' warriors as they fall. Seniors Elect Officers, BERKELEY. Cal., Sept. 17. — The senior class this morning elected Miss Marion Whipple president for the ensu ing term in accordance with the tradi tional custom of < lecting a lady as presi dent of the class for the tir-t half of the senior year. The other officers . elected are as follows: First vice-president. \V.. B. Hose; second vice-president. Miss Grace E. Dibble; secre tary. Reuben C. Hill; treasurer, Miss Grace L. Henley; sergeanl-at-arms, J. C. Clausseti; representative to executive committee of as sociated students. J. W. 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"II CORNER HOST AND HAKKH STS., A GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE, Cms Ml gof clothing, Boots and Shoe., Grocery, Wine. .Liquors, Cigar EMU, COHN. Auctioneer. committee — C. M. Buff Miss Clara M. Stark, Miss A. M. sleeper, Miss S. U. C.ark and Allen i. Cnickering. . Fre-tlimiin Office Klected. BERKELEY, Cal . S -p.. 17. —The fresh man class has elec.ed the following th cer-;: yy ;■ yyy President, N. G. Guiberson; first vice-presi dent, C. D. Cobb; second vice-president, Mis* C. llutton; secret-try, J. L. Gilds treas urer. L. 11. Westdahl; sergeant-at-arms, K. L. McCabe; representative on the G. 8. V. C. ex ecutive . Committee, W. N. Fries stadt; ex ecutive committee— -If echt, Waring, Stuart and Miss Goodman. Alameda >otcs. ALAMEDA, Cal.. Sept. 17.— Owing to coun ter attractions in -other directions, the Im- ovemt-nt Association failed to meet last < veiling as intended, and the election of otti (•••ri win go over until the second Thursday lit O.tober. Miles Silverthorn, an old resident of Ala meda, is down from Yale. B. C, and bring* ei.couragiug reports of mining development in taat region. Tne Rebekahs Wilt give a gypsy parly at Armory Hall next Thursday evening for th« benefit of the Odd Fellows' Orphans' Home. Uerkeley New* Items BERKELEY, Cal.. Sept. 17.— Debating en thusiasts at the university are advocating freshman-sophomore debate as a means of re viving Interest in forensic* and as a substitute for the tabooed freshman-sophomore rush. At a meeting of the athletic committee of the university yesterday morning William W, Mem was elected a member «.f the tennis com mittee, in place of Professor Syle, who was compelled to resign by pressure of work. V •, A series of works of the Elizabethan and Restoration dramatists has recently been added to the university library. Th" volumes were purchased from the proceeds of Professor Syle's plays. »» — * — • — ' The tramways, omnibuses and under ground railways in and around London, within a radius of five mile- 1 , carry each | year, it is calculated, about 453,000,000 pas- I senger?. kew TO-DAT. '*■ Sent Free Men. INDIANA MAN DISCOVERS A REMARK- ABLE REMEDY FOR LOST VIGOR. Samples Will Be Sent Free to All Who Write for It. James P. Johnston of Kort Wayne, Ind., after battling for years against the men al and physical suffering of lost manhood, has found the exact ] remedy that cure's the trouble. He is guarding the secret carefully, but Is will- j ing to send a sample of the medicine to all men j who suffer with any form of sexual weakness re- i suiting from youthful ignorance, premature loss ©f memory and strength, wvak back, varicocele j and emaciation. The remedy has a peculiarly | grateful effect of warmth and seems to act di- rectly, giving needed strength and development wherever needed.' The remedy cured. Mr. John- ston completely of all the ills and troubles thai | come from years of m sine of the naturally or- ! dained functions, aud Is said to be absolutely reli- j able in every case. a request to Mr. James I*. Johnston, Box 1068. | Fort \. ayne, Ind., stating that you woi*ld like a j sample of his remedy for men. will be compliej with promptly, and no charge wbatever will bs asked by h'm. He Is very much Interested In - spreading the news of this great remedy, and he Is careful to 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 without delay. I I OCEAN TRAVEL.' ©H_~m_ll_l s * s - AUSTRALIA for _f &Sy«l3_. ■• OXOL U L U only. !»^~B__aK Tuesday, Oct 5, at a Ay pm. Special party rates. s__>^l»N The ■--. *■*. M O A .\ A Balls via Honolulu GJlMlllJlliy" aD( * AUCKLAND f->r fOdlßfHTlh SYDNEY Thursday. VvHIfVU MSP ..ember 14. 9 p.m. Line to COOLGARDIE. Aus ralla. and CAPE. TOWN, south Atrica. J. D SPRECKELS * BROS. to. Agents. 114 Montgomery street- Freight office 327 Market street, san Francisco THEO.R.&N. CO. DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO _F»O_F«.TI--j?_ll>J X> From Bpear-street Wharf, at 10 a. m. "C A "DTT/»8 Flrat-clnsi > lncludtn-j; £ J\lX£j\»X-4.60 3d-class /berth * tnsX.s SCUKJJL'iiti or' SAILING-*: State of California t-ept. 5, 15, 25, Oct. 5 Columbia -Sept. 10. 20.30. Or; 10 Through tickets and through ba-;ga;e in *.. Fasten- points. Rates and lolder* upon applica- tion to F.F. CONNOR, General Agent. 630 Market street. eOODALL, PERK A CO.. Superintendents PACIFIC COAST_STEAffISUI? CO. STEAMERS LEAVE BROADWAY _dgS|_ wharf, San Francisco, as follows: AmKSXJ For ports In Alaska, 9 a. M. Se tember 3, 8, 13, 18, 23. 28, and every tilth day thereafter. For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C), Port Town- send, Seattle, Tacoma, Everett. Anacortes an! New Wi atcom (Bellin^ham Bay, Wash.), 9a. _ Sept. 3, 8, 13. IS. 2.1, 28. and every fifth day there- after, connecting at Vancouver with the C. P. K. R., atTaioma with N. I*. R. It., at Seattle with J. N. Ry., at Port Townsend with Alaska steamers. For Eureka, Areata and Fields Landing (Hum- boldt' Bar), Str. Pomona 2 p. m., -epiember 1, & 10. 14. 18, 22, 27; October 1. 5, 9, 13. 18..22, 28, 30: Nov.-mbe.-3 8. 12, 16.20.24. 29. For santa Cruz, Monterey. San Simeon, Cayucoi, . Fort Harford (san Luis Obispo), Gavlota, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme, san Pedro, East Sat Pedro (Los Angeles) and Newport, at 9 a. M. set-iemei-7. 11, 15. 19. 23, 27, and every rourta day thereafter. ■ For san Diego, stopping only at Port Harrorl (San Luis Obispo), Santa Barbara, Port Los An- geles. Redondo (Los Angeles) and Newport, 11 a. M. September .\ 9, 13, 17, 21. 25. 29. and every tourth day thereafter. '.YY-Y"*.. '.',' , For Enseuada, San Jose del Cabo. Mazatlan, L*» Pas and Guaymas (Mexico), steamer Orizaba, II a. XL. the 21 of each month. The Company reserves the right to change with- out previous notice steamers, sailing date] and hours of sailing. Ticket office— Palace Hotel, i. New Montgomery street. GOODALL, PERKINS <fc CO., GenT Agents. . 10 Market st.. San Franclsca COXPAGSIE GENERAL US A TLA* J French Line to Havre. COMPANY'S PIKR(NEW),42 NORTH AM. River, foot of Morion st. Travelers by -Si"V*t\ this line avoid both transit by English railway anl the discomfort of crossing the channel in a small boat. New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Pari* first, claas 60. second class 9116. ! LA GASCOGNE Sept. 25, 10 AM. LA CHAMPAGNE October 2. ID a. -i. LA.TOCRAINE . .Ortiberft 10 >, X LA BRETAGNR..,,, October 16. 10 A* M. LA GASCOGNE > C. 23, 10_ L ■ A. tor lurther particulars apply to ,-■-=-- A. FORGET. Agent. Na 3 Bowling Green, New York. . J. F. FDGaZI * CO., Agents, 6 Montgomery avenue, ban Franclsca ■ f* - STOCKTON STEAMERS Leave - Pier No. 3, Washington St.. At 0 I*. M; Daily. Freiglic received up • to ..:3.» **. >i. g&- Accommodations Reserved by Telephone. The only line selling through tickets aud giving through freight rates to all poln.s ou Valley Railroad. f STEAMERS*. * T. C. Walker, J. D. Peters. Mary Garratt. City of Stockton. Telephone Main 805. Cat. Nay. and Impt,.^. FOE U. m JfAVY-YARD ASD VAUEJO. • STEAMER •«3ION*TICKI.I.O.*- Mon., Tues., Wed., Thins, and 5at.............. ..9:45 a. xl. and 8:15 p. m. (9 p. m. ex. Thurs.) Fridays....: .. v .....l p.m., 9 p.m. 5unday5.. ..... ...... :......: 10:3 l) a. m. and 8 r. M. Landing and offices. Mission Dock, Pier J. Telephone Greou 381. FOR SIR JOSE. W (JATOS& SAIITA CRUX STEAMER ALVISO LEAVES PIER 1 DAIL\' (Sundays eicepted) at 10 a.m. Alviso da I • .(Saturday excepted) at 7: p. m. Freight and Passenger. Fare • but ween San Francisco and Alvlso, 50c*. to San Jose, 75c. Clay su, Pier L 20 W. bauta Clara sU San Joss* . 11