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RUBICON WAS
"SHOOED" IN FOR
THE HANDICAP
Rankest Fiasco of the
Season.
THE STAND PASSED IT OVER
.
JINKS SHOWED OLD - TIME
FORM.
Caldwell Fancied Carter Harrison.
Andrisa a Likely Two-Year-Old.
Thorpe in Bad — Some
Favorites Won.
The last race on the card at Ingleside
yesterday, the seven furlong handicap,
was the most palpable exhibition of
"shoo-in" seen at the Corrigan track
this season. Rubicon, whose destinies are
looked after by Danny Lynch, of Shar
\ key-Fitzsimmons fame, was the medium
of the coup. The chestnut horse, with 114
pounds on his back, was backed down
from 8 to 5 to 4 to 5, the books being
besieged with coin. Meanwhile the odds
against all of the other starters receded
in the betting. Caldwell kindly gave the
big chestnut horse an excellent send
off at the post. With the others whistling
"down brakes." Rubicon won by himself.
O'Connell taking the place from Good
Hope. It was the most disgraceful farce
seen on a track for many moons. A blind
man, with a jute sack pulled down over
his head, could scarcely have failed to see
a glimmering of "something doing." On
the back stretch. Hal Brown was pulling
Good Hope up in plain view of ail, when
the filly could easily have taken the
lead, with her light impost of 84 pounds.'
\ Possibly it was hazy and the judges
;did- not perceive this piece of work.
; O'Connell could have gone to the front,
-or attempted it. but yesterday he was
rated. At the end the sprinter was full
of run. Olinthus. was left, and Sam Mc-
Keever ran as if a racetrack was foreign
to his nature.
• The whoie affair was the joke of
the season in the betting ring. If the Pa
cific Coast Jockey Club, realizing that it
is on its last legs, intends to sanc
tion safe-cracking and all other forms of
robbery, it should so inform the public.
Races could then be doped accordingly.
The sport, if such it could be termed,
flavored of the unsavory from the begin
ning. Four favorites were successful, but
that is no indication of honesty. There
is one rider on whom the California rac- •
ing public will "bank"— Joe Piggott. He
did not suit the highly flavored tastes of
Starter Caldwell and the Ingleside outfit
and was suspended for getting left at the
post.
Corrigan's gelding. Carter H. Harrison
Jr., was a prohibitive, favorite for tne
opening scramble for maidens, with a big
field of fourteen starters. To make the
purse doubly sure Caldwell sent him away
four lengths in front, and he won under
wraps. Festoso, a 25 to 1 shot, secured
the place from Racebud.
A strong tip was out on W. B. Jennings'
filly Andrisa to win the two-year-old
scramble, and she performed the feat very
Impressively. Backed down to even mon
ey favoritism, Spencer, on the daughter
of St. Andrew, came with a rush the last
part, beating Tanobe out over a length. i
Bamboulia. a 20 to 1 shot, showed plenty
of speed, taking- the show.
The hurdle handicap fell to Our Cli- |
mate, carrying top weight. Honig's horse
receded in the- betting, and then won
easily from Tom Smith. The favorite,
Three Forks, dumped his rider on the !
back stretch. . __'„._
Thorpe's handling of inciter, the Ito
- 2 choice, for the mile selling run, fourth
on the 'programme, would betoken the
"old man" to be In his dotage. On pounds
the best horse, he reached the wire in a
nicely timed finish, a head behind McFar
lane "the heavily piayeu second choice.
Pat Dunne's filly Jinks made a runaway
race of the fifth event at six furlongs.
Ruling equal choice in the ring with Pat
Morrissey, she won by half # a dozen
lengths. Morrissey. grotesquely ridden
by Thorpe, managed to take the place
from Rio Chico.
Track Notes.
The Crocker-Woolworth stake to be
decided this afternoon will probably re
sult in a grand fizzle. It is understood
"Buckwa will not be a starter, leaving it
a walk-over for The Bachelor.
Andrisa, the stable thinks, is a cracka
jack Spencer took her back before the
stretch was reached, and then won clev
erly. The filly is said to have worked
faster than Golden Rule. , _ •;-_. . ,
The suspension on Thursday of Jockey
Devin is' considered a great injustice to
the majority of race-goers.' He is only a
weight, and cannot be expected to
take the same care of a horse that an
older rider could. . Besides he was on a
rank "dog" in Glengaber, the gelding be
ing still a maiden.
Carter Harrison was pi Yen the race at
the start. About everything Corrigan
■tarts these days is accorded the same
treatment The' ex-ruler of Hawthorne
and the "Prince" must have attended a
love feast and smoked the pipe of .peace.
To-Day's Entries.
First Race-One mile; selling; three-year-olds
and upward.
757 Annowan MJ TB Widow Jones... .lo*
795 Bonnie lone 100 767 Magnus 102
779 ..berto •-SS j 1£ Jen-ie Reid..... 92
-,;• Rnnldo 106 75a H-mora M
lif^.::::::::_it 2)Torlblt> -" 102
-in M
Second 'Race— course steeplechase; ban-'
-leap ,«n
(SW)Our Climate . :: 160; 554 C. ....130
-If H_nt.rr'_n ?~ 1« Conlta ~.~..-K_«
«2 y__-V--;i.. ii-.-- »*> Three Forks 137
Third Race-Four furlongs; two-year-olds.
(681) St. Anthony 1151 781 Yellow Tail 118
789 Kitty Kelly 100 1 ... Kiekumbob 10S
... Garbo l° s i -„'
Fourth Race-Two and a quarter miles;
Crocker-Woolworth Bank -takes.
(717) The Bachelor.. -.119: 794 Lady Hurst 118
746 Charlie Reif 108 778 Morta-1 100
735 Buckwa- _____
Fifth Race-One' mile; selling: three-year
olds and upward.
754 Whaleback M 780 Ra-ivan ........100
792 Frank Jsoibert.-lO- (787)CTo_-well 103.
-87 Hardly 100 779 Tom Calvert 105
787 Joe Ullman -.106j(793)Roadrunner 109
787 Opponent ... 102 1
Sixth Race-One and a sixteenth miles; han
dicap: three-year-olds and upward.
791 Dr -heppard....l-2j(772)Formero 103
<798>*d. Spreckels... lll kTWCrofflWffl ,103
791 Fleur de L15....1051<791)J0e Mussle *
Selections for To-Day.
First Race— Toribio.' Jennie Reld. Annowan.
Second Race-Reno; Jazabel. Vanity.
Third Race-Kitty Kelly, Yellow Tail, St.
Anthony. ';. V.W.;
Fourth Race-The Bachelor, Charlie Relf.
Fifth Cromwell, Joe Ullman, Opponent.
Sixth Race— Adolph Spreckels, Dr. Sheppard,
Cromwell. ; ■
Mrs. Arbogast Not to Blame.
W. A. Botkin, who began suit for di
vorce from bis wife, Mrs. Cordelia Bot
kin. last Wednesday, is indignant at the
statement attributed to her t,hat
hi*? reason for seeking a legal separ
ation is in order that be may marry
Mrs Clara Arbogast. and intimating that
they have been on terms of undue friend
liness for a long time. Mr. Botkin stated
last night that an estrangement existed
between himself and his wife before he
ever knew Mrs.- Arbogast, and that the
aspersions cast upon that lady are unjust
and malicious and are the result of an
unworthy desire to injur.- a most estima
ble woman. Mr. Botkin said his acquain
tance with Mrs. Arbogast extended- over
a period of about two years; that their
acquaintance was simply one of friend
ship and their marriage has never been
contemplated, and that Mrs.- Arbogast is
in no way responsible tor his suit for di-
Torca.
THE CALL'S RACING CHART.
INGLESIDE RACE TRACK, Friday, March 10, 1899.— Fifty-fourth
day of the winter meeting of the Pacific Coast Jockey Club. Weather
fine. Track fast. . • •'",'-,'.-
EDWIN F. SMITH. Presiding Judge.
JAMES F. CALDWELL, Starter.
7QQ FIRST RACE— and a half furlongs; maiden three-year-olds; purse. $400.
Index. Horse.
Weigh-
4m.
4m.
«4m.
Str.
Fin.
790 C. H. Harrison Jr.. .109 1 ... 14 110 ... 13 H.Martin 2-5 1-3
790 Festoso 112 5 ... 5h 3 1 ... 2 5 G. Wilson 15 30
720 Raeebud 109 7 ... 6 4 5 2 ... 3 1 'Ellis 10 15
702 Monda 109! 4 ... 21- 2 2 ... 4 h I. Powell. 15 15
-0 Florence Fink 107 6 ... 8 1 8 1 ... 6 h Gray 15 25
553 Solstice 107 8 ... 4 2 4 4 ... 6 2 Roach 100 30
751 Cleodora 10711 ... 919 1- ... 7 4 Dietro 100 250
793 Wrinkles ....: 107 3 ... 11 10 1 ... 8 4 McNichols ... 50 100
640 Alhaja 107 10 ... :13 12 ... 9 2 Weber 30 SO
451 Earl Islington 112 9 ... 10 3 11 ... 10 1 Snider 6 15
678. Gold Baron :..109 12 ... 3h 74 ... 11 I Hennessy 30 50
720 Purniah 11l 2 ... 716 4 ... 12 Thorpe 10 25
... Cymamo 107,13 • ... 12 « " ... ... Holmes 40 60
•Fell. ~ ~~~
Time— :18; 7-16, :42; 64 furlongs, 1:094. Winner. E. Corrlgan's b. _. by imp. Water-
" cress-Lucille Murphy. Bad start. Won easily. Second and third driving.
Harrison was sent away to a flying start. He probably outclassed his company. Gold
Baron showed some speed. Purniah of little account. Raeebud made a good run. Earl Isling-
ton was away poorly.
Scratched— Pallucus 112. ,VV' : ' •;-" Vs
H. Martin
G. Wilson
'Ellis
I. Powell
Gray
Roach
Dietro
j McNichols ...
Weber :..
Snider
] Hennessy ....
(Thorpe
[Holmes
2-5
15 :
10
15
15
100
100
50
30
6
. 30
10
40 '
• 1-3
: 30
15
15
25
30
250
100
80
15
50
25
60
'TOO SECOND RACE— Four furlongs; maiden two-year-olds; purse, $400.
Index. Horse. "
Weight. [St
4 m.
4m.
-m.
Str.
Fin.
... Andrisa 110 7
774 Ta_obe 110 3
774 Bamboulla 113 2
774 Mountebank ' 113 4
774 St. Agnes 110 5
732 El Arte no! 6
774 Glissando 113 1
781 Matt Hogan 110 10
... Charlie Quinn 110 8
7*l Honor Bright 110 9
7SI Ella De Poy 110:11
721 La Amiga 1101 *
6 4
2 1
1 4 •
4 2
64
7 2
3 1
8 1
9 1
10 2
11
:::
12. j
2*14 :
3 14 ,
4 1
ii
6 h
62
fl
8 4
9
10
11
spencer
Thorpe
i Rutter I
Hennessy ....
H. Martin
Ellis ..........
G. Wilson I
I. Powell I
6-5
8
15
. 4
6
15
8
•10
12
100
100
15
6-5
10
30
5
10
30
6
40
100
300
200
30
Gray j
Dietro
Rutherford ...
Snider
•Left.
Time— 4, :244; 4, :504. Winner. W. B. Jennings" b. .t . by Imp. St. 'Andrew-Fannie
Louise. Good start. Won first three driving. . •'■': '• ; .
Andrisa came strong at 'the end like a real good one. Glissando was cut oft at stretch
turn by his rider. Mountebank stopped. Others of little account.
0/"|r*| THIRD RACE— One and- an eighth miles; handicap; four-year-olds and upward;
OUU« over five hurdles; purse, $400. -
Index. Horse. Age. Weight. [St. Std.
4m. 4m.
""im.
Str.
Fin.
Jockeys.
Op.
7SS Our Climate, 6 160 6 4 4 3 3 2 3
697 Tom Smith, 5 130 3 12 14 14
761 Durward, 5 1251.4 2h -52 4 4
775 Colonial Dame, 4... 123 2 6 1 4 h . 3 4
775 Majors, 6 126 7 6 4 91Q 65
657 Rossmore. a 12615 9 10- 8 1 5 2
775 J«->e Cotton, a 133*10 10 . 10 9
701 St. Jacob, a 15018 7 1 7 4 7 4
775 Imp.. Allen, a 130 9 8 1 6 4 8 1
775' Three Forks, a 140 13 2- 2 4 *
1 1
2 2
4 10
3 4
6 2
F. 4
- 3
5 4
9
§1 2 IDoane
2 14 Mattier
3 2 Glover
4 6 Lenhart
6 4 G. Wilson
6 6 J. Daly.,
7 10 Trtmlets ......
tS 4 ITubervllle ...
9 McKenna ....
• 'ummlngs ...
8-5 3
8 8
20 20
. 20 15
20 20
25 • 20
6 8
8 8
50 100
2 5-2
•Fell.
Time— 2.:o74. Winner; D. A. Honig"s b. g. by St. Carlo-Imp. Royal Bess. .Good start.
Won all out. Second and third driving.
Our Climate was best. No telling what others were doing.
Scratched— 147, Tortonl 150. V,.:.'- : - ' .
OAI FOURTH RACE— mile; selling; four-year-olds and upward; purSe, $400.
I I Be
Index. Horse. Age. Weight. St. 4m. Urn. «im. Str. Fin. | Jockeys. Op.
4m.
*im.
Str.
Fin.
Jockeys.
793 McFarlane, a 121 2
... Vincltor. 5 1-4 5
793 Henry C, 4 120; 4
657 Granger, a 121 S
■ 684 Bobbins. 5 12l| 6
761 Heritage, 6 1211 7
... Nilhau. 4 ....; 115) 1
793 The Plunger. 5 121! 3
7_ Polaskl, a 121| 9
1 1
5 4
6 1
7 1
2 4
I.
4 1
3 2
__9
1 2
♦6 1
4 4
7 2
2 1
8 4 •
5 2
3 14
9
1 14 1 4
42 2 2
22 3 4
72 4 4
3 '_ 7 1
84 6 4
6 4 -8 2
54 5 2
£9 9
in 'Ellis
2 2 Thorpe
3 5 [Glover*
4 4 1 Hennessy ....
5 2 'Macklin I
6 3 "Wilson
7 4 Dietro
8 4 J. Brown
9 ICole
. 3
3-5
I"
10
10
6
20
40
4
1-2
20
20
20
60
200
Time 4. :26: "•*., :514; %,', 1:184; mile. 1:444. Winner, F. James' br. g. by. imp. Mari-
ner-Moonlight. Good start. Won first three driving.
Vincitor was much the best. Thorpe rode like a longshoreman. McFarlane will never
beat him again.
j Scratched— Two Cheers 121.
Qi~|Q FIFTH RACE— Six furlongs; selling; three-year-olds and upward; purse, $400.
Index. Horse. Age. Weight.
! St. • 4m.
4m.
%m.
Str.
Fin.
Jockeys.
634 Jinks, 3 100 2
CSS Pat Morrissey, 5. 110.3
(790) Rio Chlco, 5 98 5.
640 Rey Hooker, 3 103 6
757 The Fretter, 3 101 4
(777) Don Luis, 4 107 S
643 Horatio. 5 11l 1
IC2 Gold Fin, 3 100 7
1 3 '
7 4
3 -
6 h
4 h
6 2
2 h
8
1 7
5 4
2 h
75
4 h
6 --
3 h
S
' 1 6
' 2 3
4 h
3 h
5 h
6 3
7 10
8
1 8 H. Martin....
2 4 Thorpe
3 h iDevin
4 2". Rutherford ...
6 2 Gray
6 6 Rutter
715 Hennessy ....
5 Powell .......
' 7-5 3-2
S-5 S-5
5-7
100 100
12 15
20 25
10 12
100 100
Time "4, 24; 4. :47V: a i. 1:14*4; Winner, P. Dunne's b. i. by Imp. Albert-Hoodoo.
Good start. ' Won easily." Second and third driving.
Jinks was sent away to a flyihg start. Pat Morrissey was cut off and badly handled.
Horatio eased up at finish. Bey Hooker is good again. He should have been third. .
Scratched— Orion -111, Elsln 100,- Wing 62, Ricardo 10S, Magnus 105.
q/\q SIXTH RACE— Seven furlongs; handicap; three-year-olds and upward; purse, $400.
• - • --
Index. Horse. Age. Weight. St.'
'im.
_____
Km.
•4 m.
Str.
Fin.
Jockeys.
760 Rubicon, a 114 3
7K5 O'Connell, a 1241 2
755 Good Hope. 3 84 5
719 Sam McKeever, 3.. 100 4
653 Limewater. 3 90 1
772 Olinthus. 3 98| •
1 1
3 14
2 n
5
4 h
114
2 2
3 1
6
4 4
15 12
2 24 - 2 14
32 3 1
5 4 1
4 1 5
1 2
2 4
3 2
4 1
5
; i norpe
H. Martin....
[Hal 8r0wn....
IMcNiehols ...
lE. ipson..
;Relff
6-5
4
6
5
SO
•4
4-5.
I
6
8
40
7
•Left. BB— — H
Time— 4, :25; 4. :454: _, 1:014; 4, 1:254. Winner. E. Lanlgan'e eh. h. by Imp.
Rays n d'Or-Lillie R. Good start except Olinthus. Won easily. Second and third driving.
"Nothing tried the winner. Throw out race of others.
GREAT COURSING EXPECTED.
Eastern Dogs Will Be Slipped With
Some of the Natives at Ingle
side Park To-Day.
The stake to be run at Ingleside Cours
ing Park commencing to-day filled with
seventy-two nominations, and in the
bunch of fliers are to be found some of
the best quality of greyhounds running
} on the coursing swards. '
The stake for the two days of coursing
i is open, and among the nominators will
! be found such old lovers of the leash as
T. Cronin, with no less than four dogs,
all of which have placed a snug sum to
the credit of their owner. Among the en
trants are such grand performers as
Thornhill. and Wild Tralee, a pair that
have won first money on several occasions
In the hottest kind of company. Mr. Cro
i nin has decided tb run all of his dogs at
Ingleside Park in the future. Mr. Keenan
has in the stake the old reliable trio-
Royal Buck, Flying Buck and Fear Not,
dogs that are never beaten in a "course
until the flag goes up. Lynch has got
two grand ones on the list, viz., Lottie
M and Mystic Maid. The latter bitch ran
in grand form on Sunday last, and when
right the dog that defeats her will cer
tainly know he has had a race. H. A.
Deckelman will have such noted perform
' er - as Flyaway, Old Glory. Rocket, Law
rence and Glen Chloe running. In this
stake they should go well into the money,
as in the hands of Trainer Geary these
dogs are always brought to slips in the
i pink of condition. There are a great
many cracks who will meet to-day, and it
: would be well for those attending the
meeting to be careful on giving much
- odds on the following races, viz.: Thad
Stevens vs. Minerva— should be a
! good short end. Las Palmas vs. Flyaway
—Flyaway has got the speed, but should
I Las Palmas get placed on her game she
' is very dangerous, as she runs up a score
rapidly. Brutus vs. Lillle M-Wlll run
very close-. One of the hardest races of
! the card will be that between Thornhill
i and Royal Prize. They are both fast and
I rlever greyhounds, possessed of nearly
■an equal amount of speed. The two old
. '--^--diggers. Gladiator and Old Glory,
will meet again, and as they have on
Several occasions divided the honors the
' course to-day will be watched with much
' interest. The next pair are. the midgets
' of the coursing sward, Susie and Hum
'■ mer and the run between the two should
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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, MARCH 11,. 1899.
be very exciting" from start to finish, as
they are both fast and clever.
On the 17th, ISth and 19th of this month
the management of Ingleside Coursing
Park has decided to add $1000 to the
stakes, which will comprise a champion
stake limited to forty-eight nominations
at $5 entrance, and a non-winners' stake
at $2 50 entrance, unlimited,
William McGibbon Is now training three
late importations, two of the number orig
inally coming from Ireland. That grand
performer. Winning Style, will be seen
for the first time ln California in the
champion stake, which will be run on
Friday next. The secretary of the club
at Ingleside has received nominations
from Sacramento, Merced, San Jose, Eos
Angeles and also from some of the East
ern States for this great stake.
The probable winners of. the run-down
are: . Mount Beauty, Christmas Day, L.
S. Conley, Wild Tralee, Billy Gladstone,
Thad Stevens, Lawrence, Flying Buck,
Royal Buck, Flyaway, Victor Queen,
Rocket. Royal Dak. Thornhill, Lottie M.
Granuale, Scout, St. Michael, Mohawk,
American Eagle. Jennie Wilson. Sylvia.
Mystic Maid, Mayflower, Myrtle, Glen
Chloe, Moondyne, Nonpariel, Clifton Lass,
Prince George, Gladiator, Grasshopper,
Twin City Girl, Maid of Hill. Susie, Mag
d.illach. :'
SPORT AT SUTRO'S.
Young Athletes Who Will Swim and
Dive en Sunday Afternoon.
On Sunday afternoon a grand aquatic
exhibition will be given at Sutro baths
and the following young athletes will par
ticipate in the swimming: contests:
'50-yard dash, novice Cullen, H. McKenzle,
Q. A. Her. E. McKenzle, W. Connolly, A. Bey
fuss, L. Johns, A. Bodlne. ,
High diving for boys— A. Beyfuss, H. Mc-
K^nzie, T. Guerin, O. Beyfuss, H. Seebach, V.
Freechtle.
Obstacle race through small tanks C. Stroh
lin, R. Dahl. G. Clough. H. Seebach. H. Mc-
Kenzle, T. Guerin, V. Freechtle. F. Clough.
Trapeze and high diving— Open to all.
Trick and fancy springboard diving— A. Bey
fuss, H. Seebach, B. Fregans, J. Carroll, D.
McCann, E. Lynch, O. Fchultz.
Under-water swimming contest— Open to all.
CALIFORNIA VS. FIREMEN.
The College Men Will Line Up
Against the Insurance Athletes.
The University of California baseball
nine and the Fireman's Fund team will
cross bats this afternoon at the Recrea
tion Grounds, Eighth and Harrison
streets. This will be the third meeting of
the -colleagians and the Firemen. The
blue and gold has won the other two, not
on account of their own superior playing,
but on account of the surprisingly poor
showing of the other team.
When Stanford and the Firemen play
against one another the latter team putt,
up a. fine quality of ball. Although Stan
ford has been defeated three times by
the Firemen out of four games played
and California has .won all its games.
Stanford is a stronger team to-day than
California. -'-.-<■'■> „, _ _. -_.
The game this afternoon will be the first
in which California will have, appeared
in this city and a crowd Is expected on
that account. The line-up will be as fol- ;
lows: ; ■. -:
California. Position. Fireman's F*d.
Cheese-rough Catcher W. Hammond
Kaarsberg Pitcher .Mosklman j
Hamlin First base... '..... lans bee
Fuller' .Second base McGin :
McLaren Third base '_': Kn i g I
Swan Shortstop .' Schmeer j
Wolf..' Left field Butler \
Hunter Center field. ...J. Hammond
Smith Right field Weber
GOLFING AT PRESIDIO.
Miss Houghton Wins the March
Competition for Winslow Medal.
The' members of the San Francisco Golf
.Club are now occupying their new quar
ters, the old house having already been
raised and moved some little distance
from its former site. The new clubhouse.'
like the old one, stands outside the mili
tary reservation.
On March 7 the following scores were
made on the links: Baron Alexander yon
Schroeder, 69; Miss Ella O'Connor, 87;
Miss Maud O'Connor, 88; Mrs. H. B.
Goodwin, 74 and 72. Yesterday, March
10, in the morning the regular ladies
handicap competition for the Winslow
medal took place. There were seven en
tries, of whom Mrs. H. B. Goodwin, Miss
E. W. Morgan and Miss M. B. Houghton
played at scratch, the rest receiving
handicaps. Miss M. B. Houghton, who
won the medal in the February competi
tion, proved the winner with a gross and
net score of 136 for eighteen holes, beat
ing all her competitors handsomely. The
full results are shown in the table:
San Francisco Golf Club: ladles' handicap;
"Win-low medal, March 10, 1599.
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March being the great month for golf
ing at Del Monte several of our local
golfers have taken themselves and thel.
bags of clubs thither— among them E. J.
McCutchen and S. L. Abbott Jr., two of
the strongest players in the San Fran
cisco Golf Club. The links at Del Monte
are now in excellent condition.
On Friday morning, March 10, the la
dies' regular competition, eighteen holes
with handicap, for the Winslow medal,
was held. Next Saturday, March 18,
men's competitions in driving and ap
proaching will take place on the links of
the San Francisco Golf Club.
At Oakland this afternoon (Saturday,
March 11) there will be a competition for
men, match play, eighteen holes with
handicap, for a silver cup already in pos
session of the club. Next Saturday,
March IS, there will be putting and ap
proaching contests for ladles and gen
tlemen for silver medals.
The Oakland Golf Club has sent in an
application for membership in the United
States Golf Association. H. M. A. Miller,
secretary of- the club, leaves the State
shortly for a two . months visit to Old
Mexico. §£____
AMATEUR ATHLETES TALK.
Pacific Association Intends to Take
Jurisdiction Over Rowing
and Baseball.
At the meeting of the -Pacific Associa
tion of the Amateur Athletic Union the
following representatives were present: J.
R. Bockman of the Ariel Rowing Club
(in the chair), W. C. Espy of the Pioneers,
A. P. Rothkopf of the Dolphins, S. J.
Pembroke of the Alamedas, George James
of the Olympic Club, M. Breen of the
South End, H. A. Keeler of the Academic
League, P. D. Franklin of the University
of California and C. L. Neumiller of the
Stockton Athletic Association.
President J. R. Bockman, while admit
ting that the Amateur Athletic Union ex
ercises no jurisdiction over rowing, base
ball and football, expressed himself as
strongly in favor of the Pacific Athletic
Association assuming jurisdiction over
these sports, sfnee, if it does not do so, the ■■
rowing clubs, which form half the mem- !
bership of the association, would have
no reason for belonging to it. There is \
! already a movement on foot among some i
J of the rowing clubs to join the National I
Association Qf Amateur Oarsmen or to |
I form a new organization. A circular will ,
i be sent to the various rowing clubs on the
bay in San Diego, Oregon. Washington
' and British Columbia, asking each club
I to send three delegates to a conference,
at which the rowing men decide what will
best further the interests of that sport.
After considerable discussion, the presi
dent and secretary drew up an amend- j
ment to the constitution of the Pacific
Association, enumerating the sports over ;
which the association claims jurisdiction, j
Among these are rowing, baseball, indoor !
baseball, football and many others, j
Notices will be -ent out to-day to all clubs j
' in the association, so that the necessary
thirty days' notice may be given before ;
j the association holds its next meeting.
The association, in view of the confused j
condition in which cycling affairs now ■
' are has decided for the present to recog- j
I nize neither the League of American ,
; Wheelmen nor the California Associated
' Cycling Clubs. Cycling has been dropped
! from the list of intercollegiate sports, and
i so the sport does not concern the uni
versities except indirectly.
A question as to whether the Ariel Row- :
' Ine Club has two members on the board
of managers of the Pacific Association,
viz President J. R. Bockman and John
! i Nolan whereas all the other clubs have
| only one, was raised, but a decision was
i postponed. t \
Echoes from
The links for golf players; queries
about some people in "Sparks"; pool
selling and horse racing; doctors' ex
orbitant bills; "Jewish Gastronomy";
local stories by the Looker On; Hearst,
Judge Kerrigan, Chief Lees, the Olym
pic Club; and fiction, criticisms, reviews,
poetry etc., in to-day's News Letter
make thirty-two pages of excellent
reading. 10 cents everywhere.
TENNIS PLANS.
Some New Leagues to Foster the
Sport Among Young Players.
On the California Tennis Club courts j
this morning the racket wleldera of j
Boone's Academy. Berkeley, will play a j
series of matches to try out the candi
dates who wish to represent thair college t
in the Amateur Academic League cham- !
pionship tournament. This tournament !
will be one of the big tennis events of the
year and will be held some time next
m Sam Hardy is now arranging for an in
terscholastic championship tournament.
It is his idea to make it an annual affair
as well as the Pacific Coast championship
meet on the Fourth of July. Both the big
colleges Have expressed a willingness to
enter teams as Individual players. Any
student of a recognized institution of |
learning will be a qualified player. From !
present indications this association will
be formed and the initial tournament held j
this spring. '"_, ■ _ ,- '
The lady members of the Alameda Ten- \
nis Club played a round robin tournament j
yesterday afternoon, which was as much j
a society as en athletic event.
The following matches were played at
the California Tennis Club during the
week- George ■ Whitney and Joe Daily
beat Root and Bradshaw 7-5. 4—6. 6— 4;
Routh and Welhe beat Smith and Cor
nell — 4, 4—6, 6—2. 6—3; Weihe beat Cor
nell' 7—5 6—l; Miss Bessie Bowman beat
Miss Elsie Clarke. 6—3, 6—2; Dr. Root beat
Bliven, 7— 5, 6—2, 4-6. • : „'
Olympic Baseball Game. .
The next game of indoor baseball in the
Reliance/ Olympic and Young' Men's
Christian Association series will be played
on Tuesday evening in the Olympic gym
nasium between the Olympic and Young
Men's Christian Association teams. Great
Interest Is displayed In these games, which
have proved big drawing cards whenever
played. — . 44
On Sunday afternoon the Olympic base
ball nine will meet the Golden Gates on
the Eighth and Harrison street grounds.
The teams are evenly matched and will
play for the championship.
Lurline Salt Water Baths.
Bush and Larkin sts. Swimming, Russian, hot
and cold tub baths. Salt water direct from ocean.
Amateur Baseball Game.
The second game of ball between the
Olympic and Golden Gate baseball teams
will be played to-morrow at Recreation
Park. The line-up Is as follows:
Olympics. " Position. Golden Gates.
Fuller Pitcher Bulger
James Catcher Read
Cordes First, base Nealon
McLean Second base Carroll
Cosgrove Third base Welch
MoGinn Shortstop „ Kelly
Cartwright „... Right field Barry
Butler .Left field Beaton
Foley '. Center field Walters
Beautiful new styles of piano covers
just received at Mauvais', 769 Market.*
Quite Unusual.
James Fisher, alias Ryan, a well-known
pickpocket, was yesterday held to answer
before the Superior Court by Judge Con
lan In $3000 bonds on a charge of grand
larceny. February 12 at the ferry he stole
a purse from the pocket of C. H. Croweil,
teacher in a night school.
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j SPECIALIST.
Office 737 Market street.
! Where the sick and afflicted 'can receive
treatment in the future, as they have in
the past, from the ablest and most sue-
: cessful Specialist of the age.
Some doctors fall because of treating
the wrong disease: others from not know-
ing the right treatment.
NO MISTAKES. NO FAILURES.
1 In the treatment of any of the following
I diseases. Vitality and vigor Imparted to
l all diseased organs and perfect cures
: guaranteed:
Kidneys, Brlght's Diseass,
Catarrh, Nervous Debility,
Throat, Private Diseases,
Lunos, Blood and Skin,
Head, Rupture.
Heart, Rheumatism,
Bladder. Diseases of Rectum,
Liver, Spleen, Varicocele,
Stomach, Hydrocele,
' And all swellings, tenderness and Im-
. pediments of the sexual parts; effects of
; Indiscretions ln youth or excesses -In
1 after life, neglected and improperly
treated cases; lack of vitality; sexual
weakness, dizziness, weak back, failing
! memory, despondency, etc., promptly and
, effectualy cured.
j WOMEN'S DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
WRITE If you cannot call. Letters con-
fidential and answered in all languages.
HOME TREATMENT-The most suc-
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medical profession. Thousands who were
unable to call at office have been cured at
home by our special treatment. Consul-
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F. L. SWEANY, M. D.,
737 Market St.
Office Hours— to 12 m.; 2 to 5 and 7 to S
p. m.; Sundays from 10 to 2.
INGLESIDE COURSING PARK
OPEN STAKE!
OP£N_STAKE!
SATURDAY and SUNDAY.
JOHN GRACE, Judge.
JAMES GRACE, Slipper.
N. B. — Judge Grace -shall announce the score
; after each course, which shall be placed on the
: blackboard.
Take the Mission-street car and It will land
I you at the gate.
f ADMISSION, 25c. LADIES FREE.
w**^^M._^.^m_^^
gwwwj_w.ii —1 1 mmmmmmaaHm
| One Grade Only— The HIGHEST 1
I " "Sfcr* 31CV.LES m
S4O.
THOS. H. B. VARNEY, Market & 10th, |
!THOS. H. BAN FRANCISCO. & 10th, I
SAN FRANCISCO.
| Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings. I
a Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, :
KEARNY ST. Established
ln 1834 tor the treatment of Private
Diseases. Lost Manhood. Debility or
disease wearing on body and mindand
Skin Diseases. The doctor cures when
others fall. Try him. Charges low
Cares guaranteed. Callorwrite.
Dr. J. _•'- UIBBON. Box 1957. 5 at; Francisco.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
AMERICAN LINE.
" NEW TORE, SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON, PARIS.
From New York Every -Wednesday, 10 a. m.
St. Paul.... February 22[Pt. Paul March U
St. Louis March 1 l St. Louis March »
RED STAR LINE,
New York and Antwerp.
From New Tork Every Wednesday, 1- noon.
Kensington. ...Feb'y lSlSouthwark March I
Noordland Feb'y » Westernland.. March It
Friesland March 1 .Kensington... .March 33
EMPIRE LINE,
Seattle, St, Michael, Dawson City.
For lull information regarding freight and pas-
sags apply to
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANT.
10 Montgomery St.. > Ny of Its agencies
TOY? KISEN KAISHA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF, COR-
ner First and Brannan streets, 1 p.m., for
I YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at-
' Kobe (Hiogo), Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
I •connecting at Hongkong with steamers for
India, etc. ' No cargo ■ received on board on day
of sailing. . -._..
I HONGKONG MARU Friday. March 17
NIPPON MARU Wednesday, April 12
AMERICA MARU. Saturday, May «
Robnd-trip tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's .office, ,
421 Market street, corner First.
W. B. CURTIS, General Agent.
P__l_H ■_-■_- S. S. ALAMEDA
_L BMI-l sails via Honolulu and
§* HI 81% Auckland for Sydney
■■ - Wednesday, March 22,
.■/[•N at 10 p. m.
Iwm^ninJ The s - s - -Australia ,
llMllUllll/^ sails for Honolulu
/7>mßan_l-. Wednesday. April 6, :
(OinjCJOldfer nt 2 p. m.
Favorite Line Round the World, via Hawaii.
Samoa. New Zealand. Australia, India, Suez, ,
England, etc.; $610 first class.
J. D. SPRECKELS & BROS. CO., Agts.. 114 Montgomery
Pier 7, Foot Pacific SL Freight Office, 327 Market St.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS LINE,
•PARIS-LONDON— HAMBURG.
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE,
NEW YORK— HAMBURG DIRECT.
N. V.— CHERBOURG HAMBURG.
For sailings, etc., apply to
HAMBURG- AMERICAN Line, 37 way, N. Y.
HERZOG & CO., Gen. . Agts. Pacific Coast,
■101 CALIFORNIA ST., cor. Sansome. and
118 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
• ' ADVERTISEMENTS. _-—-.
ABSOLUTE SECURITY.
Genuine, CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS must
bear signature of /^^^^
rVery small and as e_*-«__-_M_M___*____SW*_WS__i
Very small and as easy
to take as sugar.
SFF iV^TirrrS i ol FOR HEADACHE. SFF
5tL CARTERS FOR DIZZINESS. *™
rriIITIITr Kittle FOR biliousness. - HI -« D
GENUINE H vfr for TORPID liver. GENUINE
HPI LLS FOR CONSTIPATION.
IWRAPPFR M «a FOR SALLOW skin. WRAPPER
n__Am_K ,aMJ I FOR THE COMPLEXION nttAtTLtt
_ . . . (iKMT-N- MUSTWVI a^OMATuac,
25 Cents I Purely t reUCbl&.y'^^*^S^f^.
B-_esxgr_a_9--nß>9
"_?_R,I_STT_II3_> 03ST _R,_l!__) PAPER." , '
OCEAN TRAVEL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
ftfc. .. Steamers leave Broadway
W^j^^ wharf, San Francisco:
|_i!s*_S>sv_ For Alaskan ports, 10 a. m.,
__i H___T___rl change at Seattle.
! |^Ste*r*_^a For Victoria, Vancouver (B.
fc(*S«^*S^sli B.). Port Townsend, Seattle,
f^^e^H Tacoma. Everett, Anacortes
"^Otin and New Whatcom (Wash.).
10 a. ra„ Mar. 12, 17. 22.
27; Apr. 1, and every fifth day thereafter;
change at Seattle to this company's steamers
for Alaska and G. N. Ry. ; at Tacoma io N.
! P. Ry. ; at Vancouver to C. P. Ry.
For Eureka (Humboldt Bay), 2 p. m.. Mar.
10. 15. 20, 25, 30; Apr.. 4, and every fifth day
thereafter.
For Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Simeon.
Cayucos, Port Harford (San Luis Obispo),
Gavlota. Santa Barbara. Ventura. Hueneme.
San Pedro. East San Pedro (Los Angeles) and
Newport, 9 a. m.. Mar. 9, 13. 17, 21, 25, 29; Apr.
2. and every fourth day thereafter.
For Ran Diego, stopping only at Port Har-
ford (San Luis Obispo). Santa Barbara, Port
Los Angeles and Redondo (Los Angeles), 11 a.
m.. Mar. 11. 15. 19. 23, 27, 31; Apr. 4, and every
fourth day thereafter.
For Ensenada, Magdalena Bay, San Jose del
Cabo, Mazatlan, Aetata. La Paz, Santa Rosalia
and Guaymas (Mex.), 10 a. m.. Mar. 10;
April 6. _______
For further Information obtain folder.
j . The company reserves- the right to change
i without previous notice steamers, sailing dates
I and hours of sailing.
TICKET OKFICE-4 New Montgomery
street (Palace Hotel).
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.. Gen. Agts.
10 Market St., "San Francisco.
THE 0. R. & N. CO,-
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO •
PORTLAND
From Spear-street Wharf at . 10 a. m.
CADE SI 2 First Class Including Berth •
iMnL 58 Second Class and Meals. :
Columbia sails Feb. 12, 22; March 4. 14.
State of California sails Feb. 7, 17. 27,
; March 9.
Short line to Walla Walla. Spokane, Butte.
! Helena and all points ln the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East.
E. C. WARD, General Agent.
630 Market street.
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO..
Superintendent.
Compapie Generate Transatlantique.
(French Line)
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS __^.._.
(FRANCE). Sailing every Saturday <*_C___i
at 10 a. m. from Pier 42. North ■__•____■_■
River, foot of Morton street.
LA BRETAGNE March 18
LA TOURAINE March 25
LA. NORMANDIE April 1
LA CHAMPAGNE April i
LA BRETAGNE April 15
First class to Havre. $55 and upward. 5 per
cent reduction on round trip. Second class to
Havre $4.",. 10 per cent reduction round trip.
GENERAL AGENCY FOR UNITED STATES
AND CANADA, 3 Bowling Green. New York.
J. F. FUGAZI & CO., Pacific Ccrfist Agents,
5 Montgomery aye.. San Francisco.
BAY AND KIVER STj_A_r_EES.
FOR U. S. NAVY-YARD AND VALLEJO.
Steamer "Montlcello."
Mon.. Tues., Wed.. Thurs. and Sat., at 9:45 a.
m.. 8-15. 8:30 p. B_ (ex. Thurs. night); Fridays
1 p. m. and 8:30: Sundays 10:30 a. m.. 8 p. m.
Landing and office. Misslon-st. Dock, Pier Na
J. Telephone. Main 1508.
FARE 500
EAILROAD TRAVEL.
CALIFOXNIA NORTHWESTER IT. CO.
LESSEE]
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tiburon Ferry. Foot of Market St.
SAN FRANCISCO TO BAN RAFAEL.
WEEK DAYS— 7:3O, 1:00, 11:00 a. m.; 12:33,
8:80, 5:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:60
and 11:30 p. m. 'f*-* - :
SUNDAYS- 9:80, 11:00 a. m.; 1:80, til*.
1:00, 6:20 p. ra.
S^AN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— 7:60, 9:20, 11:10 a. m.: 12:4 a.
1:40, 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips ai
1:65 arid 4:25 p. m.
BUNDAYS— B:IO, 9:40. 11:1» a. m.; 1:40, Si*
■3:00. 6:23 p. m.
Between Ban Francisco and Schuetzen Park
asms schedule as above. ■
Leave ' Arrive
Ban Francisco. In Effect San Francis.*
_~s — , . i October 18, ■ -
Week I Sun- 189 S. Sun- i Wee-
Days. .Day*. Destination, day*, i days.
» ' I■ ■ ■ ' ______ _______
1(90 am 8:00 am Novato, 10:40 am 8:40 am
:topm 8:80 am Petaluma 8:10 pm 10:25 am
8:10 pm 1:60 pm Santa. Rosa, ■ 7:85 pm 6:83 pm
. ' ■ > __—_—_—. — i
Fulton, • V:
f:Wa__ Windsor. Vtfl **-
Heai-eburt.
Lytton,
Geys*r-ill_,
Ml pm 1:0* am Cloverdale. 7:35 pm lift pas
»■ — ■ ... c - — — — — _—____.
/ Hopland and ■.■'..
T:80 am ■ Ukiah. 7:85 pm 6:1. pra
T:80 am ~~" 10:» •_■
8:00 am Ourneyvlll*. 7:35 pm
•:iopm . _!____!_
T:I0 am 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 am 1:40 wa
and
1:10 pm 5:00 pml Glen Ellen. 8:10 pm 6:80 pa
7 ISO am 8:00 am SsbastopoJ. 10:40 am 10:26 am
8:80 pm 8:00 pmj 7:35 pm 8:28 pa
Stages' connect at Santa Rosa for Mark .Wast
Springs; at Lytton for Lytton Springs; at Oey-
kervllle for Skaggs Springs; at Cloverdale fO*
the Geysers;, at Hopland for Duncan Sprlngt
Highland Springs, Kelseyvllla, Cgrlsba4
Bprings, Soda Bay, Lakeport and Bartlett
Bprings; at Ukiah Itor Vichy Springs. Saratoga
Bprings, Blue Lakes. Laurel Dell Lake, Witter
Springs, Upper Lake, Porno, Potter Valley,
John Day's, Riverside. Lleriey's, Bucknell' a
Banhedrln Heights. Hullviiie. Booneville, Orr**
Hot Springs, J-endoolno City. Fort Bragg.
Westport. reaL Willitts. LeytonvUie, Cum*
Hint's, Bell's Bprlng*. Harris, Olsen's, Dy**.
; Scotia and Eureka. ..____
Saturday to Monday round trip ticket* a*
reduced rate*. ..
On Sundays round trip tickets to all points
beyond Ban Rafael at half rates. •
•floket Offices, (SO Market ft. CBrpalrie bite
m. C. WHITING. _, K. X RTAN.
JSenera: _£__>_«**. (Hn. _— _, Agsat.
"north pacific coast railroad,
Via Sausalito Ferry.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO MILL VALLEY.
AND SAN RAFAEL.
WEEK DAYS— »7:2O. '9:30. 11:00 a. m.: 1:0,
t:45, 5:15. *6M. 6:30 p. m. .
EXTRA TRIPS— For San Rafael on Mon-
days. Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11:80 p. to.
SUNDAYS— •S:OO, *10:00. ni:J» a. m.; «1:1_,
1:00. *4:30. 6:15 p. m.
Trains marked • run to San Quentln. •
FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— S:2S. '6:85. 7:45, ; »9:» a. n_:
•12:20, 2:20. *1:45. 6:06 p. ■m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesday*
and Saturdays at 6:40 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 6:2O. •8:00./ •10:00. «11:55 a. m.]
•1:15. »3:10. 4:40. »6:20 p. m.
Trains marked • starts from San Quentlju
FROM MILL 'VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— S:4S. 6:45, 7:55. 9:40 a. m.:
12:85. 2:45. 3:50. 6:20 p. m. • __ . __.__
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 7:00 p. m. ._ „ „,«• . _ ■!
SUNDAYS— 10:05 a. m. L.06, 1:20. 3:3%
I *CO (to d. m.
».«,. s.w p. THROnGH TRAIN S.
t:IO a. m. week Ca_adero and way sta'as.
1:45 p. m. Saturdays— Duncan Mills and way ;
station*. ....I . __ ,
8:00 a. m. Sundays— Mills and way sta a.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS SCENIC RAILWAY.
(Via Sau_a_tto 'erry.)
' Leave San Francisco. commandos Sunday,
Sept. 11, 1898: . _,
Week Day*— a. m., I'M p. tn-
Bunday»-8:00. 10:00. U.Ms. m.. 1:1$ 9. «_. ,
Round trip from Mill /alley. «!• : __
THOS: COOK * SON. Agent*, 431 Marin.
I -treet. San Francisco.
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
■OCTHRRN PAt'IFIC COffIFANT.
{FACIFIC systsm.) .:.•.;'
Train, leare nnd are «•»•- in nrrUs at
san fiian«:im«:o.
(Main Line, Foot of Market Street.)
L-avb — Fsok Deo. 18, 1888. — Anarra
~*0:OOa Nllea Sao Jose and Way Stations... •SJ-Sa-
'- 7iOOa Betiiela, Suisun and Sacramento.... 3:45*
"! >WV_ MarysTUle, OroTiUe and P.-dding rla
Woodland •. 5:4.1*
TiO«a Blmira, V_oaT_le and Eumsey Si4ir
7:»«a ■artlne-, San Ramon. Vallejce. Naps,
Calistofa and fiftnU Uosa Bil3*
•i*«a Atta-tfo fixpreas. Of den and Kast.. _i 43*
liHi Bin Jose, lirermore, Htockton.
lons, Saoraniento, FlaoerrlUe,
Marys-Ills, Chlco, Keel liliiff 4il»*
fl<B*A *MUton, Oakdale and Jamestown... 4:13*
t:0»A Martines, Tracy, I_tt_rop, Ktockton,
Merced »nd .'resuo 12:13*
«:OOa Fresno, Uakerslield. 'Santa llai'.i >ra.
Lot Angeles, Demicg. El Paso.
New Orleans and East _:43*
10:OOa Vallejo. Martinez and War Stations 7:43*
ISiOOa Niles, Llvermore, Stockton, Sacra-
mento, Mendota, Han-ord, Via*-*,
FortervUle 4:13*
M:00r Sacrameuto IHrer Steamers "8:00*
4;OOr Martinez, San Kamon, Vallejo,
Napa. C'allstoga, S.anta Ueisa OslSa
4toor Bsnicia, Vaoaville, Saoraniento,
Wood laud. Knights Landing, ■
-tarysTllle, Ororille 10:43 a
«i«Op Ntles, San Jose and Stockton 7:13*
0: OOp Ban Francisco and Los Angeles
Limited. Fresno, Bakersfleld, Loa
Angeles 0:43 a
0:80* Stockton, Merced, Fresno ......... 12:13*
. B<<l*r Maninex, Trary, Mrndota, Frceno,
M.J-T., Santa uarbara and Jam
Aagelea »«43a
OOP Pacific Coast Limited. El Paso.
Fort Worth. Little Rock. St.
Louie. Chicago and East |»:454
ViSOr Santa i ,■ i .<>>.. . v...... i.^ieu
for Mojare ami Kast 0:43*
StSOr Knropeai, Mall. Ofileu and I'.aat 0:41 a
0:O»r Hajwarda Niles and San Joes 7«43a
•«iOOr Vallejo _•**»*
t7iOOr Vallejo, Port Costa and Way Sta-
ttons..: J9:43»
•■•Or Oregon Kinross, Saoraniento, Marys-
ville. It.ilillng. Portland, Pugel _
Sonmlaiid Kast Bilßa
el 0:03* Sunset Limited. Fresno, Los
Angeles, El Paso, New Orleans
and East 61»43>
"*BAS IiKA.MMiO AN"l» IItVITtUDS LOCAL.
(Foot of Market Street.)
~ ' Mcl roue, he mlnarr Park, (
SiOOa .'ltcliDnrir, Klnihnrst, o>43a
iOiOOA Saa Leandro, South See f*O:43A
10.00 a leandro, -etedlllo, JS'l_ A
tll:OOA • - Lorenao, Cherry • I * , _*'
Sioo* and !i„3_
SiOOp Haywards. »»_g*
• ,o# * I Buns through to Niles. 7 **"
J I From NUes. I
""" COAST DITISIOS (Nnrrorr Uanire).
' (Foot of Market Street.) „
' •ilSa Newark. Oenter-lUe. San Jose.Fel ton,
Boulder Creek. Santa Orut and Way
Station*. ■■■■■ otomf
•Sit Br Newark, CenterTille, San Jose, New
Almaden. Felton, Boulder Creek. •
Santa Crux and Principal Way
Station* * , _' , _'•*
4:13r Newark. San Jose and Los Gates... 0:*«-
-(lli43p Hnnters' Eionrsion, San Jose and _____
Way Stations »?'••_!
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
rremSll faiIOISOO— Fstt sf Markst Street (Slip Sl-
•7:18 0:00 11:00 a.m. 11:00 *8:00 13:0f
•1:00 18:03 •6:Cflr.».
frsaOilUHß— fMlsfßrta-WiT.— "B.-00 8:00 10:00-.-.
112:00 *1:00 12:00 *3:Ca 14:00 'SiCCrJa.
COAST- l»ITISIt>?( (Broad « sage). . *
(Third and Towngeml Sfrs.)
7:00 a San Jose and Way Stations (New ~~
Almaden Wednesdays only) li»w»
OiOSi Baa Jose. TießS Finos. Hants Crux, ,
PaolOe Grove, Paso deles, Sau
Luis Obispo. Guadalupe, Surf and
Principal Way Stations 4ilO»
lOi4oa Sau Joaa and Way Stations »8:OOa
lIiSOa San Jose and Way Stations Si_4*
*«i 43- San Mateo, Redwood, Menlo Park,
Palo Alto, EanU Clara. Han .loses,
Oilroy. Hollister. Santa Crux.
Salinas, Monterey and Paclde
Grore 'lOjaSa
•Utnop San Jose and Way Stations •OiOOa
•4il3r San Jose ami Principal Way Stations S:4Sa
•StOOp Ran Jose and Principal Way Stations 6::i3a
3:80r San Joss and Principal Way Stations 3:34>*
4:»Or San Jose and Way Stations 7>Bop
tll:48p San Jose and Way Stations *****
A for Morning. P for Afternoon.
• SundaTs eseepted. 1 Sundays only, t Saturdays only .
and Thursdays. oTuesdays and Saturdays.
(Saturdays and Wednesdays. (Thursdan and Sundays.
California
Limited
Santa Fe Route
Connecting Owl Train Leaves San
Francisco via Los Angeles at 3'
P. M. every SUNDAY. TUES*
DAY, FRIDAY.
Arrives In Chloago at 9:52 A. M. th«
following Thursday* Saturday*
and Tuesday— Arriving In Nev_
York at 1 :SO P. M. Friday. Sunday
and Wednesday.
DINING CARS. BUFFET CAR, ObJ
servation Car and Eleotria
Lighted Sleeping Car.
This Train Is in Addition to the Da!ij>
Overland Express.
m mum ticket office— hi muket si
• TELKPHONS MAIN -ML '• V-
-o*3_laiid Office— lllB Broadway.
Sacramento Offiea— 2ol J StraeV
Baa Joss Offiot— West Santa Glut Si
A Superb Train
dmtSb EVERYDAY IN THE YUI
'^^"Umon Pacific
SAN FRANCISCO TO CHICAGO
WITHOUTJHANGE.
BUFFET BMOKINO AND LIB-CART CARS
. WITH BARBER SHOP.
DOUBLE DRAWING ROOM ' SLEEPERS.
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS.
PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPERS.
DINING CARS (A LA CARTE).
. ONLY i\i DAYS TO CHICAGO.
Leaves San Francisco dally at « 9. m.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. 1 Montgomery street. San Francisco.
THE SAN FRAHCISCO AND SAN JOAQUiIt
VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY.
From Jan. 2S. .399. trains will run as follow**
• South-bound. North-bound. 1
________________ ■ — ■«
Passen- Mixed. Mixed. I Passen-
. ger. Sunday Stations. Sunday *er.
Dally. Exc'ptd f Exc'ptd Daily. ,
» ' — n
7:20 am 10:30 am Stockton 8:« pmj 8:00 pra
9:10 am 2:05 pm Merced 11:40 pm| 4:13 pral
10:40 am! 6:35 pm Fresno 9:30 am 2:42 pn»
11:8* am 7:4, pm Hanford 7:45 ami 1:45 pro
2:25 pm 13:80 am Bakersflerd 2:00 am 11:00 an»
11:59 am 6:25 pm' Vlsalia f :« am 1:22 pn»
12:15 pm! 6:53 pm| Tulare 5:50 am 1:05 P"*,
Stopping at intermediate as required. J
For particulars of stage and other connection^
Inquire at Traffic Manager's Office. 321 Marke<|
Una- "*" . ~raneiseo-
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