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FRENZIED FANS
WITNESS THEIR
FAVORITES FALL
San Francisco Loses
a Furious Game.
BEATEN OUT BY ONE RUN
WINS IN THE MORNING, ONLY
•TO DROP AGAIN.
Largest Crowd of the Season Wit
nesses One of the Best Contests
Ever Played on the
Coast.
In the presence of the largest crowd
i hat ever invaded Redreation Park to
witrx eball same, Santa Cruz
[SCO, alter los
ing the morning game, thereby plunking
Jlank Harris and his team back into sec
isittotL Last night th >se Santa
Cruzana who remained at home burned
large Bectlon of Monterey Bay and
- things in the exuberance of
their Joy.
Since the season opened there has been
a number of sensational games played
here, but that of yesterday threatened
every minute to throw the good spectators
.1 Into hysterics. There was not a
dull Becond during the proceedings. Ev
ery one of tho eighteen participants was
on his mettle and thrilling deeds followed
each other in bewildering profusion. When
the tumult was all over Mr. Donlin had
earned the right hereafter to be addressed
by his Intimates as Michael; heretofore
he has been plain Mike. For the left
winged lobster had, for the third succes
sive game lie has gone against them,
transformed the local sluggers into sim
ians.
Santa Cruz has three twirlers and it
was the intention to use one in each
gajnt h( re, but I-. Halsz, who has just
signed a life contract with a charming
Native Daughter, would rot have it so.
Louli 'luled to pitch Saturday's
but that did not suit his fancy. He
little taste for performing before
emptj . preferring to earn the
plaudits of the larger Sunday crowd. So
on Saturday the newly-made benedict
fnlled to appear in uniform and Donlin
■ie game. Yesterday morn
■l connection with the Oak
land Park altogether, leaving Daubenbis
t i do the twirling. But in the afternoon
the young man tripped out on the dia
mond dei Iced nut In a brand new white
puit and prepared to array himself before
the assemblage. That's where he made
hi a third bad guess. Manager Tuttle de
\> rmin<;<i that DO ball player could trifle
with his authority with impunity, so
when the team starfd out in the Held for
the first inning, Halsz was told to wrap
himself up in his sweater and make him-
Belf comfortable on the bench. It was
a crushing blow to his aspirations, but he
■will not get gay again right away.
I'nele Hank's cohorts went on the
ground flushed with the victory of the
morning and prepared to make it a double
header. But there was nothing about the
Oakland gam*-- to mak»> them jubilant.
Daubenbis was as wild an an inmate of
the Magdalen Asylum and simply present
ed them with tl>^ contest. It happened in
the second inning, when, with one
out, O'Nell was given his base, took sec
ond on a passed ball, stole third and
scored on Devereaux's error of Dauben
bis 1 throw to h< ad Tip off. Then Ed was
overcome with generosity and threw out
nta to Swindells and Iberg. Pyne
might have got one had he waited, but
he wanted to break the monotony, so he
s< nt a fly out to right. Krug fared better.
foi Daubenbis tmk.'d one against his
ribs, filling the bases. Joshua P. Riley,
the next man up, waited until the Santa
Cruzan got one somewhere near the plate,
■which he lifted over the right field fence.
chasing in the three men ahead of him.
Runs were picked up in the fifth ajid
eighth innings, the iaiter also being the
result of a gift by Daubenbis, and though
the lobsters struggled desperately live
were all the tallies they could score, game,
being called in their half of the ninth to
enabled the teams to get back to the city,
But enough of the morning game. After
the cyclone of the afternoon It will never
more be thought of.
Fred Swanton and his band of 200 fa
■ from the seashore invaded the
giand stand early ana every one of tnom
endured all the agonies of irreclaimable
cranks. They were attacked with cold
feet, hemorrhages and delirium by turns;
their whoops, howls and groans shatter
ing the Sabbath into a million fragments,
Their boisterous conduct when they were
making any noise at all Jarred on the
nerves of the 7800 loyal San Franciscans
present, but on the occasions that the
focal p'Oters had a chance to applaud they
inded with such enthusiasm that
Swanton went to his hotel with such a
n< adache. It was a wildly demonstrative
crowd. The grand .stand was filled, while
the blr-acherß at both ends were crowded
nearly the full length.
And such a game! For five Innings not
a run was made, but In the sixth the lo
cals broke the ice with one tally, which
■was offset by Santa Cruz in their half.
Then the latter took the lead with two
runs and scored again in the eighth. San
Francisco did nothing more until the
I ninth, when they hammered in two runs j
I and came within an ace of tying the
score. It was the fastest finish seen here
in many years and everybody actually
felt relieved when the trouble was all
over. To give due credit to all the men
who did good work would be to mention
every player Individually, but Pace de
serves special credit, i'or he went into the
game with the nail of his right forefinger
ready 10 drop off and a digit on his left
hand that looked like a stewed prune.
Nevertheless he caught the string out
and made a couple of phenomenal catches
on foul flies, besides throwing to bases
with his usual speed and accuracy.
Fireman Fitz was not hit hard by the
Lobsters, but their hits came at oppor
tune times, while Frisco's six hits were .
scattered through the last four Innings.
Fitz fielded his position as it is si Idom
fielded and had it not been for a brace of
errors by Sullivan a different tale might
have been told.
The locals opened up in the sixth, when
Pyne was given his base, was sacrificed
to sec-nil by Krug and brought home by
Rilev's double. Devereaux did likewise
for Santa Cruz in its half, by pushing out
a double, advancing on Pace's long fly to
i-.-ntrr and scoring on a short passed ball.
In the seventh the lobsters picked a
couple, after Frisco's chame had been
spoiled by a beautiful double play. \\ Itn
I one out Kleibi-r was safe on bulhvan s
fumble of his grounder, and stole Becond.
Burge's double put him across the rubber.
The~ latter tried for third and made it.
! but would have been out bad Riley held
the ball. Drennan hit a long fly out to
Muller and "Monkey" beat the ball to the
p!ate The visitors clinched the game in |
; the eighth, Streib getting a single, taking
second on Kleiber's out, and scoring on 1
1 Sully's second bungle.
When the locals came to bat in the
; ninth the excitement was Intense, for al
though they had not been able to score in
the eighth they had made two hits off
Donlin and the crowd opened up their
i lungs for the purpose of rattling the lob- j
! sters. They succeeded in a measure, for
' Hilderbrandt, the first man up. was given
his base. A mighty shout went up from
the local far..-, while Swanton s deli ■-■>-
- tion nearly broke tb« backs off their seal -
i trying to "pull the ball over the plate.
Muller smashed a hot one to Sausage
Kleiber, which fatty made a wonderful
pick-up of. ,He threw to Williams, forc
ing- Hilderbrandt at second, amid the
wild howls of the Santa Cruz contingent,
for the San Franciscan? had become pain
fully silent. They opened up an instant
later, when Williams threw the ball ten
feet over Clark's head in trying to com
plete a double play. Muller went to sec
ond and scored on O'Neill's single, The
crowd forgave Tip all bis past errors then
and there, while Swanton was threatened
With heart failure. Pandemonium broke
loose when Swindells cut loose a 4 double, ,
scoring Tip. Donlin was perceptibly agi
tated for the moment and gave Fitzpat
rick a pass, at which the shouts of the
populace were redoubled. Pyne was given
an ovation, but the best he could do was
to drive one to Kleiber. who tielrled Fitz
out at second. It was the Santa Cruz
crowd's turn to breathe then, while a
lull came in the local fans' demonstra
tions. It was only a lull, for Krug was
encouraged by the mob to "tear the hide
off'm it. Krug is the safest batter in the
team and had made but one hit during the
game, so it seemed as though he must
find Donlin for one punch. The cranks
opened up their batteries on Donlin again,
but the temporary agitation that had
seized him had passed and although a hit
meant the loss of the game with two men
on bases, he was steady as a rock, pitch
ing as he had never pitched before. Three
of those awful inshobts that looked a
yard wide when they started but cut the
inner corner of the plate were handed up
to Krug and he could not find them. The
best batter In the team had struck out
and Santa Cruz was In first place. The
scores of the two games are as follows:
MORNING GAME.
BAN FRANCISCO.
AH. K. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
p.™, c f 5 0 1&000
Kn£ • 1 4 2 3 o*2l
Mi.'v V b 3 110 3 2 0
SulHvan. 1 b 3 0 2 0 10 0 0
Hilderbrandt, r. f... 4 0 0 1 l 0 0
Muller. I. f i 1 0 0 3 1 0
O Neil. 2 b 3 10 10 0 2
Swindells, c 3 1 0 0 3 0 0
Iberg. P * 1 1 _»_»_<•_«
Totals 29 1 1 2 24 9 3
BANT A CRUZ.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Williams. 2 b 4 12 0 0 2 0
I'.onlin, c. f 4 2 2 0 4 1 0
Devereaux, 3 b...... 4 0 10 0 0 1
Pace c 4 0 0 16 2 0
! Clark. 1 b 4 0 0 0 3 10
Streib, 1. t 4 0 2 0 2 0 0
Kleiber, s. ■ 4 0 0 0 6 2 1
Burne r. I 2 2 10 3 0 0
Daubenbls. p... 4 0 1 0 0 J J.
Totals 34 5 9 1 24 10 3
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Pan Francisco 0 5 0 0 10 0 I—7
Base hits 1 10 0 2 0 2 1-7
Santa Cruz 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0-5
Base hits 1 3 10 0 0 3 1-9
SUMMARY.
Runs responsible for— lberK. 4: Daubenbis, .".
Home run— Riley. Three-base hit— Uonlln. Two
base hits— Donlln, Streib, Kruß. Firbt base on
error?— San Francisco. 2: Santa .Cruz, :i. First
base on called balls— San Francisco, S; Santa
Cruz, 2. L*ft on bases— San Francisco, 4; Santa
Crui, 7. Struck out— By Iberg, 3; by Dauben
bls> 3. Hit by pltrher— Krug. Passed ball-
Pace Time of game- 1:50. Umpire— Cahlll.
Official scorer— H. S. McFarlln.
AFTERNOON GAME.
SAN FRANCISCO.
AB. R. UH. SB. PO. A. E.
Pvne, c. f 4 10 110 0
Krug. s. s 4 0 1113 0
Rlley, 3 b 4 0 10 12 1
Sullivan, 1 b 4 0 0 0 17 0 2
Hllderbrandt, r. f... 2 0 0 0 0 10
Muller, 1. f 3 10 0 3 0 0
O'Neil. 2 b 4 12 0 18 0
Swindells, c 4 0 1 1 0 0 f>
Fitzpatrlck, p 3 0 1 0 0 C 0
Total* 32 3 fi 3 24 20 3
SANTA CRUZ.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Williams, 2b 4 0 1 0 4 2 1
Donlln. P 3 0 1 0 1 5 0
Devereaux. 8 b 3 1 2 0 0 4 1
Pace, c 3 0 0 0 4 1 0
I Clark. 1 b 3 0 1 0 10 1 1
Strr:b. 1. f 4 110 10 1
Kleibsr. s. s 4 1 0 1 2 4 ft
Burse, r. f 4 1 1 0 2 0 0
lirennan, c. t 4 0 1 0 3 0 0
Totals 32 4 8 1 27 17 4
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
San Francisco 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 2—3
Base hits 0 0 0 0 0 112 2—o
Santa Cruz •. ..0 0 0 0 0 12 1 fc— «
Base hits 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 •— 8
KTMMARY.
Runs responsible for— Donlin, 2. Two-base
hits— Drennan, Rlley, I levereaux, O'Nell Burg<>
Swindells. Sacrifice hits— Donlin. Clark, Krug]
Muller. First ba«=e on errors— San Francisco, 3-
Santa Crua, 2. First base on called balls— 6aa
THE SAN FKANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, MAY 29, 1899.
Francisco. 4. Left on bases-San Francisco, 9;
P-inta Cruz. 8. Struck out— By Donlin. 3. Hit
by pitcher— Dcvereaux. Pace. Double play-
Devereaux to Clark to Kleiber. Passed ball-
Swindellß. Time of (?ame-l:3o. I mpire—Ca
hill. Official scorer— Stapleton. . .
Sacramento Again Defeated.
W.ATSONTILLE, May 28.— Knpp s prize
lot of statesmen again fell victims to the
superior prowess of Struve'a galaxy of
sugar beets to-day. At the beginning of
the seventh inning, lac score was 2 to 1
in favor of the Statesmen, but in that
inning their infield was cut to pieces and
wild throws and fumbles were the order
for a few minutes. As a result of the bad
wreck Watsonville piled up three pegs.
The lead the Sugar Beets had secured
could not be overcome and at the end the
score srood 5 to :'. against the Statesmen.
The battery work of both nines was su
perb. Outside of their battery the Pacra
mentans need lots of fixing. The score:
WATSONVILLE.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Brockhoff, 3t> 5 1 1 0 0 1 1
McCarthy, s. ■ 3 10 14 2 1
Courtney, c. f 3 2 10 10 0
Selna, 1 b 3 110 6 0 0
Flake. 2 b 4 0 10 2 10
Morrow, c. 4 0 2 0 10 2 0
Hayes, 1. t 3 0 0 0 3 0 1
Rice, r. f 3 0 0 0 10 0
Harper, p 4 0 0 0 .0 1 0
Totals 32 5 6 1 27 7 3
SACRAMENTO.
AB. R. BH. SB. TO. A. E.
Murphy, 1 b 3 110 9 0 2
Harvey,* r. i 4 OX 0 l 0 0
D rte r 3 n ° 1 l ' n
KaKari. B. s 3 0 0 0 4 2 2
Stanley, c. t. 4 0 0 0 7 3 0
Stulta, 2 b 3 1112 2 1
Mrl.auphltn. 3 'b.'.'.Y. 4 0 0 0 0 12
Shanahan, 1. t 3 0 10 2 " 0
Sheehan. c. t 4 1 0 0 0 J) J
Totals 31 3 4 2 27 9 8
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Watsonvllle 1 0 0 0 10 3 0 o—s
Base hits 1 0 112 10 0 0-6
Sacramento (> " - ''' 0 0 0 0 I—3
Base hits 1 0 10 0 0 10 1-4
SUMMARY.
Runs responsible for— Doyle, 1. Two-base hit
— Phanahan. Three-base hit— Morrow. Sacri
fice hit— Eagan. Bases on balls— Watsonville
6 Sacramento. 4. Hit by pitcher— Rl-" Btruci
out— By Harper, S; by Doyle, 6. L*-ft on base;
— WatsonvMe, 7: Sacramento, 6 WiM ptu-h-
Harper. Time of game— l:4s. Umpire—O'Cun
nell. Scorer— T. A. Peckham.
San Jose Squelches Oakland
SAN JOSK. May 2S.— By fine playing and
team work the San Joses won the second
game from the Oaklands to-day by a
score of 6 to 1. It was like pulling teeth
for the Oaklands to make a run. and the
San Joßeans an- now of the opinion that
they have struck a permanent Winning
There was a large attendance. The
store:
SAN JOSE.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
llr-Gueken. c. f 5 1 1 1 3 0 0
L.-ako. g. s 5 0 11111
Graham, r. f 4 1 1 2 2 0 0
Anderson, 2 b 4 110 8 6 0
Dalrymple, 1. f 4 1 1 1 1 0 0
Hanl"n. 1 b 4 1 1 0 10 0 0
■,3 b 4 1 1 0 4 3 0
Andrews, p 4 0 0 0 0 2 r >
Kent, o 3 0 1 0 3 0 0
Totals 37 6 8 5 27 11 1
OAKLAND.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Ponovan. of 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Schmeer, s. a 4 1 1 1 2 4 1
I.:ir,i.->\ 3 b 4 0 10 2 2 1
Hammond, c 4 0 19 8 2 1
Peeples. 2 b 3 0 2 12 11
Johnston, 1 b.. 2 0 0 0 6 0 2
I'linleavy, If. & 1 b. 4 0 0 0 9 0 1
Hardie, r. f 4 0 1 0 2 0 0
M hkiman, p 3 0 0 0 1 2 1
Totals 30 1 6 2 27 11 S
KINS AND HITS BT INNINGS.
San Jose 3 1 2 0 0 0 n 0 o—6
Rase "hits 3 1 S 1 0 0 0 0 O— R
Oakland 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 o—l
Base hits o 0 13 0 0 10 1-^6
SUMMARY.
Run? responsible for— Mnsklman. 3; Andrew?,
1. Two-base hits— Kent, Anderson, O'Dea.
Struck out— By Andrews, 3; by Moskiman, 2.
Bases nn balls— By Andrews, t', by Mi Hkiman,
1. Faoriflce hit— Anderson. Hit hy pit
!■ • nn. Graham. Left on bases- Pan Jo?e, 6;
Oakland. 7. Wild pitches— Mosklman, 7. Double
plays -Ol>en m Hanlon; O'Oea to Anderson to
Hanlon. Umpire — Rube Levy.
Game To-Morrow.
To-morrow afternoon. Decoration Day
San Francisco and Sacramento will plaj
a regular championship game at Recrea^
tlon Park, beginning at 2:30 o'clock.
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY LEAGUE.
Bakersfield and Fresno Teams Win
Baseball Games.
BAKERSFIELD, May 2s.— The first
game In Bakersfield of the San Jo&quln
Valley League was played to-day be
i tween the Selma and Bakersfield nines.
I It was almost free from errors and the
: playing was fast and good. The score
was tied in the first half of the seventh
, inning. Selma getting in two runs when
the score stood 8 to 6. Then no run was
scored until the last half of the eighth,
when Bakersfield piled up five runs by
hard batting, assisted by an error on the
part of the visitors. A number of unpop
ular decisions were rendered by both ur
n! nlres. Implre White gave Miller first
I base in violation of rule 50 when Miller
I ran into and knocked down a Belma field
; er who was attempting to field a batted
' hall on the first base line. The features
! of the game were Miller's fielding for the
home team and the clever work of the
visiting battery. The sore by innings:
Selma l 0208020&— 9
Bakersfleld 0 4 0 2 2 0 0 5 o—l3
FRESNO, May 28.— The first game of
; baseball on the home grounds tinder the
' auspices of the San Joaquin Valley
I League was played this afternoon be
| tween the Fresno and Portervllle teams.
; The locals won as they pleased. Score:
R. H. E.
Frr=r.n , 23 20 2
Portervllle 8 10 S
BiUtories— Monrc and Swarts; Davis and
! Truner.
At Ryan's Handball Court.
It was an enthusiastic audience which
filled the pallery at Phil Ryan's handball
erurt, 85S Howard street, yesterday after
noon.
The card that drew the greatest atten-
I tion was the single-handed bout between
■ Tom Finn and Dan O'Brien. These two
playen have in the past each made scores
: almost unparalleled In local courts, and
! when it was known that they would strip
for a single-handed ko lovers of the game
1 flocked to Ryan's to witness some good
play. In this there was no hippiulrnm>'
< work cut out, as Finn's left hand drives
simply astonished, not only his adversary
I but those who were onlookers. O'Brien
v. ;is defeated by .the score of 21—19, 16—21
, 21—11. The other scores were:
\ J. Dowlintf ami I!. Clements defeatf-d \v. Has
s=ell and M. MiiKuire. Score, 21— ID 10—21
I 21—17.
B. Clements and A. Collins defeated \V <\,|.
! llns and K. Antron. Score, 21— IS. 19—21, 21—17
French game, with a bat] about the size of a
i baseball— Gracian BaJlaberry and Juan Echepar
j defeated J. B, I^axagur and Jose Echeverrea
| Score, 50 to 2l> aces.
I*. Herrin and M. J. Stokes defeated J
: Casey and P. Foley. Score, 21—9. 12—21, 21 1.1
E. Harry and R. Housman defeated P Ryan
and 3. Kirby. Score. 21—16. 11—21, 21—13.
D. Johnson and E. Barry defeated J. Condon
and T. T#ach. Score, 21—13. 17—21, 21 — 14.
C. Basch and Terry McManus defeated M
Berwln and P. Basch. Score, 21—18, 12—21
, 21-13.
E. Toy and M. Maguire defeated J. White
. and E. Curley. Score. 21—19, 14—21. 21—13.
J. C. Nealon and A. Hampton defeated J
rtlordan and J. Harlow. Score, 21—12, 18—21
NATIONAL BIRD
COMES TO GRIEF
AT SCHUETZEN
Eagle Shoot of the
Verein Eintracht.
BARBROCK IS CROWNED KING
ONE MORE CONTESTANT FOR
THE DIAMOND MEDAL.
Thirty-Second Annual Picnic of the
Association Draws an Im
mense Crowd to Maria
Shores.
J. F. Barbrock is a -"king" and the j
proudest member of the Verein Eintracht
Schuetzen section in San Francisco. Aided ■
i first by chance in drawing a lucky num- I
ber and then by a steady nerve when his ■
oportunity came, he has succeeded in •
< knocking the last remnant of a wooden
I eagle off the top of a 50-foot pole in the j
great annual "king" shoot of the Verein j
! Eintracht held yesterday at Schuetzen
Park. In his ears still echo the musical
strains of applause welling from the
throats of on-looking thousands, and in
his pockets jingle the material results of
his feat.
But the day was a red-letter occasion
for more than one man— there were just
eleveji of them in all. What cared R.
Stettin for Barbrock's feat, or Hartmann,
! or Chris Schroeder? Didn't each of them
demolish a piece of that American bird's
anatomy? Certainly, and not a lucky I
rifleman but did not insist that his was
not the most creditable feat of the day. I
There were fully 2000 people at Fred
Schumann's hostelry yesterday before the
noon hour, as two great attractions were
crowded into one of Barnum's "aggrega
tions"—the thirty-second annual picnic of
the Verein Eintracht and the annual
' "king" shoot of the Verein Entracht
Schuetzen Section. The latter was the.
Chief drawing card and little was done in
| the way of dancing or playing games un
; til it was finished.
In its mouth the eagle held a ring, in
one claw a scepter and in the other an |
■ apple, while on its head a crown symbo- j
; lized the nature of the event. The skill
of J. Kickert caused the loss of the ring
! first of all. but ft took from 11 a. m. to !
! 4 p. m. to pierce the heart of the bird and j
end the contest. s The eagle is alleged to
have died "game."
The members all drew tickets to deter
mine their positions and then began to
pop away. Barbrock's feat was lustily \
I cheered and the other ten winners were
i not slighted. In detail, the winners and
: their deeds wero as follows:
J. F. Barbrock ("king") first, shot the
! last piece away; K. Stettin second, shot
the crown off the eagle's head; J. Hart
mann third, knocked the scepter from a
claw; Chris Schroeder fourth. knocked the
apple from the other; J. Rlckert fifth,
smashed the ring; C. Suehrstedt sixth, de
stroyed the head; C. F. Over seventh,
broke the right wing; Captain F., A.
Kuhls eighth, broke the left wing; M.
Dieckert ninth, broke the right leg; C.
' Ellinger tenth, broke left leg: C. yon
Hartwig eleventh, smashed the tail.
After the eagle was defunct the shoot
j was continued and the marksmen, all of
whom continued to class in the •• "king"
shoot, acquired position according to the
excellence of their scores, as follows:
R. Spahr, twelfth, Si; H. Gumbel, thir
teenth,.49; C. Over, fourteenth, 48; F.
Binner, fifth, 44: J. Zahn, sixteenth, 40;
Charles Gumbel. seventeenth, 40; C.
Muller, eighteenth, 37; J. Jung, nineteenth,
3; A. Winner, twentieth. 36; H. Schweiger,
twenty-first. 33; G. Schmidt, twenty-sec- i
', ond, 31; W. Stroh, twenty-third, 25: J. j
Rohrer, twenty-fourth. 19; L. Scheib,
twenty-fifth, 19;. E. Jessen, twenty-sixth,
: 17; O. Thiele. twenty-seventh, 13; H.
; Schroeder, twenty-eighth, 10.
Charles Over made the first best shot
with a score of 23, placing himself among
I the few who will contest for the $150 dia
i mond medal. To become the property
i of any one man he must. win it in five an
i nual contests. V.- ; .-. :
The day at the park was enjoyably
spent by the members of the Verein Ein
tracht in dancing, games and wandering
in small parties over the hillsides. It was
late in the evening when the last train i
load left the park with three rousing
cheers for the day, the t organization.
i President A. Becker and "King", Bar
brock. „.'
The committee of arrangements was
j composed of President A. Becker, Vice
President A. Winner, Secretary G. Hof- |
, fenhoffen, C. Muller and John Peck. Music '
i was furnished for the occasion by Yon
der Maden's brass band.
LENGFELD IS KING.
Eagle Shoot of the Krieger
Verein a Success.
Thore was targrt shooting galore yes
terday at -Shell Mound Park and the
ranges wc-re patronizod by enthusiastic
marksmen from early morning till nearly
dark.
The light was not favorable for good
scoring, but it did not prevent J. E. Gor
man of the Golden Gate Rifle and Pistol
Club from making a fine record with the
pistol at fifty yards on the standard
American target. In five consecutive
phots he made 92, 92, 94, 90, 93— total 461.
This score is within three of the world's
record, now held by E. E. Partridge of
Chicago.
The eagle shoot of the Deutscher Krie
ger Verein excited a great deal of inter
est, and when Max Lengfeld brought
down the last piece of the huge wooden
bird he was crowned king amid much
enthusiasm.
The uniformed members to the number
of thin y-livi went over on the 9 o'clock
boat and began the attack on. the eagle
at 11 o'clock. It was 5 o'clock before the
mnjt-ytic bird was entirely brought to
earth.
The prizes were won In the following or
der, according to the pieces shot down:
Crown, K. Sc.hnutenhaus; scepter, Louis
Laubscher; apple. Charles Moritzen; ring,
John Bender; neck, F. Kaiser; left wing,
<;<"rge Hetzel; right wing, C. Wegge
mann, left claw, F. Muehle; right claw,
and tail. L. Ijaubscher; last and king shot,
M. Lengfeld.
Following are the scores of the day:
Rod Men's Sohuetzen Company monthly
modal shoot: Champion class, not won — First
class, William Drossier, 357; second class.
George Heuer, 302; third class, Captain Henry
Grieb, 345; fourth clasp, E. Zompel, 254; first
best Phot, H. Grieb, 24; last best shot, Wil
liam Dressier, 19.
Pan Francisco Srhuptzen Verein monthly
bullaeyc shoot: F. Brandt. IS7; H. Llnken
dey, 222: D. B. Faktor, 881; N. Ahrens. 621;
IX Palneld, 640; F. P. Schuster, 645; H. Hel
hprjr. 721; A. Pape. 732; D. Helse. 776; J. C.
Waller. 7M ; A. I/aramer, K75: H. Zecher, 1131;
O. Lemcke. 1173; L. Haak<\ 1180; F. Koch 1189
--.J.-hn da Witt. 1417: H. Stelllng. 1446; J. Lanke
nau, 1597; I. Gefken, 1S18: D. Duncker. 2320.
Ormania monthly bullseye phoot: D. B
Faktor. 385: P. Helse. 4^3 ; L. Haake. 694; J
Gefknn, ICi ; J. F. Hrldßes. S7S; H. Helling
1040; H. Llnkendey, 1049; A. Jungblut. 1145- D
Saltleld. 1146.
Competition for cash prizes: W. Ahrens, 71;
F. Schuster, 70; P. B. Faktor. 70; P. Mc
l-,aiiKh]in, 69; A. Jungblut, 69.
Bushnell medal spores: F. P. Schuster, 212'
D. B. Faktor, 215; D. McLaughlln, 215.
Oolden Gate Rifle and Pistol Club: Pistol
scores— F. E. Mason, 93; D. W. McLaugh
lin. 83.
Rifle scores made in team matches: F E
Mason, 2ifi, 216. 2ir,, BB; E. Jacobson, 212 195'
ir<l; T>. W. Mclaughlin. 230, 225. 217; j. j;
Gorman, 226, 205. 205: J. F. Bridges, 197, 193-
O. Bremer, 223, 210. 213: E. N. Moore, 210 2o»'
200; O. Wonner, 171. 166, 173; F. W. Belknap'
163, 149.
Mission Chapter's F^rce.
Mission Cnapter No. 155. Order of the
j Eastern Star, which has In its member
ship many members of the Corona Llt
t .erary Club of the Mission, has prepared
1 an original farce, entitled "Mary Ann's
i Predicament," which twenty-nine ladies
■ and gentlemen, members; of the chapter
, will present to their fellow-members and
! friends in Mission Music Hall on the night
j of June 9. The farce will be followed by a
lj>ro£ramme of dancing.
MIX-UP BETWEEN
A MEDICO AND A
LONGSHOREMAN
The Doctor an Adept
at Fisticuffs.
A SURPRISED COAL-HANDLER
SCIENCE VS. BRUTE STRENGTH
AND COURAGE,
After Being Soundly Thrashed, the
Longshoreman Was Taken Into
the Hospital and Fixed Up
by His Conqueror.
There was an impromptu set-to In front
of the Harbor Hospital on last Saturday
night that lovers of the manly art of
self-defense would have given dollars to
witness. It was a question of science
against brute strength, and science "won
in a walk."
Dr. Frank T. Fitzgibbon of the Harbor
Receiving Hospital staff is a noted ath
lete, and his brother medicos frequently
call him "FHzsimmons" for a joke. To
look at the doctor no one would take him
to be a trained boxer, and on Saturday
night a longshoreman evidently sized him
up as a man skilled in the gentle art of
healing only. Now he is wishing that a
mule had kicked him or a basket of coal
had fallen upon him before he went up
against "Fitzsimmons."
The trouble started in a very simple
manner. The longshoreman went to the
hospital to have a slight wound on his
forehead dressed. Dr. Fitzgibbon attend
ed the man and then advised him to go
home. The latter objected to being ad
visrd, and when he got outside the hos
pital began to abuse the doctor and
everybody connected with the establish
ment. Fitzgibbon warned him to go away
and cease making trouble or else he
would be arrested. Instead of going away
the longshoreman aimed a blow that, had
it taken effect, would have placed the
physician in a deep slumber. Ducking
the blow, the doctor cropp-countered the
giant on the jaw and brought him to his
knees. The big fellow was on his feet
again in an instant, and with a roar he
made for Dr. Fitzgibbon. The latter was
ready for him. and in a moment the fight
was on in earnest.
The man' was a? strong as an ox, and
had just enough drink in him to make
him ugly. Rush after rush was stopped
hy straight lefts from the doctor. Once
the latter tripped over an uneven spot on
the planking and fell, but was out of dan
ger In a moment.
A number of men from the Coast Sea
men's Union saw the fracas and. think
ing it was one of their members getting a
beating from a "scab" boarding master,
they went to his assistance, and in a few
minutes a crowd of them surrounded the
doctor and his opponent. The longshore
man made a frantic rush and swung both
arms like the sails of a treadmill. Had he
ever landed it would have been "all day"
with the doctor. The medico, however,
took things coolly, and as the towering
mass of brawn and muscle came along Dr.
Fitzgibbon side-stepped, and. cross-coun
tering with his right, caught the giant on
the point of the jaw and put him out.
In fact so thoroughly was he out that he
hnd to be carried into the hospital and re
vived on the operating table. Mr. Long
shoreman then took Dr. Fitzglbbon's ad
vice and went home a sadder, sorer but
wiser man. The only marks of the set-to
carried by the doctor are a set of skinned
knuckles and a slight Injury to the palm
of the left hand.
■ i
ADVERTISEMENTS.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL REMEMBER
I /*% §
Em 1 a
DOCTOR SWEANY.
■-I RESTORES LOST VIGOR AND VITAL-
** Ity to weak men. Organs of the body
which have been weakened through disease,
overwork, excesses or Indiscretions are restored
to perfect health and strength through his new
and original system of treatment. RUPTURE
cured by his new method, without knife, truss
or detention from work; a painless, sure and
permanent cure. VARICOCELE, hydrocele.
■welling and tenderness of the glands treated
with unfailing success. CONTAGIOUS BLOOD
POISON In any of its stages thoroughly
eradicated from the system. LADIES will re-
ceive special attention for all their many ail-
ments. WRITE If you cannot call. No charge
for advice by mail. He will also send you a
valuable book, "Guide to Health." free of
charge. Address F. L. SWEANY. M. D.. 737
Market street, San Francisco. Cal.
Dealers
SHOULD CARRY A
COMPLETE LINE OF
BASE BALL
jpaiUingS foot BALL
Tradp- GOLF
lidlie- TENNIS
Mart cricket
Iliai IV CROQUET
AthletlC ATHLETICS
Allllwllt UNIFORMS
SflimiieV- sweaters
JUppilwa boxing
ALWAYS A DEMAND FOR THEM.
WRITE FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York. Chicago. Denver.
- SAN FRANCISCO.
I," -, i . i Wholesale Only.
35 NEW MONTGOMERY ST.
BAY AND RIVER STEAMERS.
STOCKTON EXCURSIONS^
THE STEAMER H. J. CORCORAN
Will leave Washington-street wharf at 8 a. m
dally, returning from Stockton at 6 p. m
dally (Saturday excepted). Regular steamers
leave Washington-street wharf at 6 p.' tn
dally (excepting Sunday). v
CALIFORNIA. NAY. AND. IMP. CO.
Telephone Main 805.
fOB I). S. NAVY-YARD AND VALLEJO.
Steamer "Monticello."
MON., Tues.. Wed., Thurs. and Sat. at 9:45
a. m., 3:15,' 8:30 p. m. (ex. Thurs. night); Fri-
days, 1 p. m. and 8:30; Sundays, 10:30 a. m., 8
p. m. ~ Landing and office. > Mission-street Dock
Pier No. 2. ■ Telephone Main 1508. .'•
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LIST OF PRIZES.
OFFICIAL DRAWING
OF THE
LOTTERY
BENEFICENCE PUBLIGA.
BENEFIGENCIA PUBLIC!
The 124 th ordinary monthly drawing. Class
E, drawn in the City of Mexico on May 25,
1899. v.t; ./?:Vn
Special Notice— public is cautioned to
beware of concerns claiming to operate lot-
teries in the City of Mexico or at any other
point in the Republic of Mexico, as all such
concerns are fraudulent. The Lottery of the
Beneflcencia Publica is the only one authorized |
and indorsed by the Mexican National Govern-
ment. Beware of spurious . imitations and see
that all tickets are signed by A. Castillo,
Intervenor, and U. Bassettl, Manager, as none
others are genuine.
No. Prize. |No*. Prize. |No. Prize.
11 20 33 20 36 40
157 40; 171 ■ 20 225 20
226 4" 2?" 20 287 10')
270 20 381 40 395 100
423 ' 40p 690 40 596 4') |
€14 40 J6M 20 820 20 j
1049 40 IOW 40 1 1452 20 |
1517........ 40 1637 20 1938 20
1952 100 I*B6 20 2011 40
2029 40, 2048 20, 2172 500
2365 20 2610 20 1 2683 20
2799 20 2924 i 200; 3014 20
3204 40 3717 20 4043 100
4179 500 4431 200 4522 20
4680 20. 4604 20 4771 40
4521 20 ! 4826 200, 5007 20
6066 20 5195 20 5259 40
5337 40, 5395 20 5482 40
5592 4015667 100 1 6553 20 j
6893 40 6002 100 j 6081 20,
6112 40 j 6205 20 1 6307 40
6368 100 ; 6482 200 64S>8 40
6539 20 6604 20 1 6609 20
6769 :. 20 6787 20 6523 40
7015 40 7058 20 7072 100
7091 500 7167 100 1 71S0 20
7218 20 7304 20 j 7308 20
Z343 40 7432 20 1 7672 20
7722 40, 7877 20 7932 20
7933 1001 8055 40 8107 100
8174 20 8294 20( 8637 20
8736 20 8743 20 8763 20
8783 20 8881 ■ 40 1 8915 20
9025 ... 40 9031 40 1 9513 40
9076 100 9754 20 9821 40
9841 20 9849 20
10033 100 10150 20 10169 100
10225 40 10252 2010367 500
10569 100,10646 40 10726 20
10743 40,10753 20J10903 40
10917 20:10980 11055 40
11104 20111258 20 11264 20
11268 40 11349 20 11373 40
11468 20 11471 20 11520 500
11798 20 11903 40 11931 20
12455 ... 12541 20 12670 100
12680 20112720 ...... 200,12816 40
12878 40 12888 20 12893 20
12939 40112989 100 13121 20
13153 20 13223 20 13225 20
13397 40J13409 40 13530 40
13535 100 13570 20 13753 40
14021. 20 14100 40 14208 100
14270 40 14297 20 14426 20
14460 100 14509 20 14572 20
14759 20 14781 40|14532. ....... 20
15055.. 40 15071 40 15104. 20
15239 20 15254. 4015278 40
15287 20 15538 40-15684 20
15720 40 16747 20 15587 100
15925 20 15947 ,2015952 40
16279 40116396 20 16625 40
16645 20 16681 100 16715 40
16738 20 16749 100 168S0 20
16927 20 17006 40)17357 40
17414 20 17521 100 17558 20
17569 2017577 20 17626 2)
17700 40 17852 40 17886 20
17931 40 18138 100 182 20
18314 20|153i4 40:i5476 20
18537 100 18559 20|18781 20
18947 20 19179 20|19301 20
19365 200 19658 40,15598 20
19626. 20 19874 ' 40 1
20000 20 20010 20 20020 20
20045 ; 2020099 20,20802 20
20355 - 20 20402 40 20785 40
20842 ' 40 20949 40 ; 21041 20
21048 40121113 21342 40
21528 ' 20121602 -1..14 40
22037 40122062 40 22130 20
22139... 20:22179 40 223?4 20
22335 40 22475 20122483 20
22541 4022820 20 22864.: 40
2"572 ..... 20 23084 20 23208 20
23358." 20 23367........ 20 23467 20
23516 40 23621 20 23959 20
24118 20 24205 20 24243.- 40
24272... 20:24300 20,24347 20
24358 100 24361.. 4024379 20
24460 20 24563 40 24711 40
24862 40:24587 100 24596 20
25016 20125020 20025022 40
25136 4025144 100 25170 20
25381 20 26425....:... 20 : 25541 20
25621 40125680 25710 20
25752 40 25809 40125879 ...20
25953 2025989 20 26175 20
26210 40 26250 20 26287 20
26331 20 26377........ 40126417 20
26440........ 100 26449 20 26480 ... 20
26840 .-40 26876 20 26318 20
26999 20 27019..: 200 27180 20
27194 20 27288 20 27384 20
27433 1000 27469 20,27486 20
27594 20 27730 20,27746 ;. 20
27907 40:27965 20 28067 40
28132 40 28159 20 28232 40
25308 4028318 -20 28421........ 20
28438 . 20 28463........ 20 28621........ 200
25566 100 28767 ,20 ! 28816 200
29143 ... 20' 29352 40 29614. 20
29623 20 29679 20 29711 ...... 40
'29719 2029830 100
30030 20 30221 20 30277 . 20
30309 - 20 30364 20 30398 100
30431. .....?. 20 30763 40 30810 40
31091 „ 100 31131 - 40 31189........ 20
31736 20 31751 40 31780 100
31797 20 51806... 40 81919 20
32040.' ' 40 ! 32066 20 32410... ~i 20
32496 20 32625 20 32695 40
32578 20;32957 20 32980 40
33018 4033248 100 33254 20
33414 20 33434 40 33535 40
33703 10033716 2088886 20
33933 20 33966 20 34907. ...—. 100
34116 2034261 20 34268 20
34350 ~ 100134364 20 34491 20
34566 .... 20 34623 40 34689 40
34702 ♦ 20 34726 20 34863 20
35062 20 36069 20 35106 40
85199........ 20 35216 20 35315.. 40
35350". 20186681 20 35749 40
35760 20 35872 40 35909 ' 20
36027 20 36080 40 36090 20
36206 40 36213 100 36295 100
36296 20 36379 20 36608 40
36586 203671S 100 36747 20
36769 20 36811 37037 100
87130 20 37251 20 37291 40
37307 100 37328 20 87337 20
37421 4037503 20 37573 20
37584 100 37663.-. 20 37685 20
37778 -.. 40 37792 20 37864 29
37993 20 88070 40!55273 40
38348 20138463 20 38487 20
88555 100:38569 40 38614 40
38620 40'35»28 20 38974 20
39009 20 39019 20 39213 100
39395 20 39409 200 39471 20
39481 20 39517 40 39548 40
39688 40 39697 200 39732 40
39531 200 39839 20189980 100
40102 20 40171 20 49459 .49
40462 20 40466 100140746 40
40756...:.... 20 40855 40 40926 40
41031 40 41481 40 41539 100
41577 40 41621 20 41725 20
41781 40 41893 20 42258 20
42322 40 42422 20 42508 20
42772 20142835 40 42874........ 40
42985 20 43123 20 43248 20
43298 100 43399 40 43120 20
43718 100 43764 20143835 200
43846 20 44058 44073........ 20
44087 20 44151 200 44253... 40
44496 40 44514 20 44825 60000
44861 500 45561 ..100 45856 20
45882 20 46119 100 46271 40
46312 20146458 40 46697 40
46609 20146641 40 46660 20
46732 100 46902 46945 40
46974 40 47066 20 47125 100
47298 20 47385 40 47388 10000
47516 40 47756 20 47808 -20
47836 40 47865 20 47898 20
47906 20 45019 20 48110 20
45284 20 48321 100 48426 20
48130 200 48501 4014R560 100
48693 100 48755 40 48877 20
48882 20 48932 40 48938 40
48946 20 48963 4049009 100
49235....:... 40 49307 20 49714 40
4980*....:... 40 49922........ 20 49963 100
50011 190 50136 20 50159 40
60173 100 50223 200150268 20
50301 200 50331 40 50389 100
60647 20|50544 20 51154 1000
61296 20 51579... 40 l 61830...*.... 20000
61586 2051856... 20 51955 20
51968 20 52044 20 62208 40
62369 20 52507 .20 ! 52754 40
52834 20 52927 40 53058 100
53064 20 53116 20! 53317 40
53455 :. 20 53574 40 53630 20
53648 20 53720 100 53761 20
63805 100 53937 40 54059........ 40
MU7 40 54185... 40 54293 20
54405 20 1 54502 20 54646 40
6465S 40 54754 20 '.4776 40
64936 20 54964 40 55031.. 20
55088 10055U7 100 65480 20
65531 20 55590 200 55935.'....... 20
56044 2056133 100 56137 20
56192 100 56200 40 56470 20
86599 40 66669 40 58766 40
67182 20 57222........ 20 57260 10
57256 40157397 800 67431... JOO
67609 20 57710 40 57758........ 20
68030 • 100 58056 20 6*129 40
58213 401R8253 100 58372.. 20
58409 20 58444 20 55607 20
58625 20 58640.. 20 58693........ 20
58717. ;. 58735 20 58766 100
65817... 20 58869 100|58876........ 20
f,5907 .... 20159177 20 69375........ 40
59441 40159614........ 20 59895.. 20
59835 20 59970 20 59998 40
60049... 20160212.. 40 60279 100
60257 40|60296 20160346 40
'60357........ 40160405 20 60611 20
,60728....:... 40:60800 ....... 40 6097S :.. 20
61013 40 61070 20 61071 20
61202.. 20 61252 20161338 20
51855 20 61452 40 61450 20
61515........ 20'fi1523 8061663 100
61585 40'.6173l 20 61924 40
6192S 20 62421 80 62139 20
62479 L'0:«2692 ...... 20 62752 100
62851: 40162951 4062971 20
62096 4016.1022 1000163267 100
63279 100 63408.-.; 20 1 63560 100
63637........ 1001638.12 20 63850.. 40
63975 40164015........ 20 64046 ..20
I tiifiJL...... eoifiusa.oMMn aoiawbij........ ; l 20
LIST OF PRIZES.
No. Prize. No. Prtze.'.No. Prize.
64480 20 64604 20 64670 1000
64757 .... 20 64774 20 64902 40 -\
65191 20 65253 20165358 20 Jk
65384 20 65422 40 65442 20 f
65505 20 65634 • 40 65650 20
65657 100|65685 100|65507 40 .
65846 20,65882 100 65908 20
66142 20[66151 40 66240 100
66390 40 ; 66392 40|66663 40
66700 40 67120.. 20167130 20
67150 40 67185 20167225 .. 20
67357 20|67721 20J67506 200
68144 100J65254 20 >>.>2S2 20
68828 4068567 20 68587 100
68854 20 69139 20:69331 .: '9
69347 20 69426 20|65534 200
69661 40|6%95 20 69701 200
69728 ' 2069937 40 69945 . 20
70036 20,70217 20:70452 20
70517 4070674 20 70681 20
70692 20170756 20 70789 40
70522 4070862 40171074 W
71113 4071213 2071211 2>'j
71302 20 71313 500 71640 10$
71719 4071872 40 71884 2*
72176 10 72385 40 72511 2«
72610 20|i2702.; 4072536 20
73884 20 73022 20 7310S 2')
73157 100 73166 20:73179 4*
73223 40 73350 20 73492 20
73509 100,73678 20 73805 4,)
78844 10073941 100173867 20
74151 20 74198 » 74250 20
74480 4074552 20174858 40
76060 20 75408 100 75642 .• 2»
75969 10075973 40 76008 20
7G059 500176065 40176284 1)
76350 40 76436 1.76502 20
76557. 2017*613 40|76669 20
76772 20 76809 ' r6850 40
76564.. ...... 20 76918 10 77 84 20
77100 20 77143 40 77310 20
77329 4677354 40 77360 20
77429 20 77514 20 77973 20
77979 20 78042 40178046 49
78056 40 78159 20J78208 10
78220 4078315 100 78348 20
78489 100 78503 40 78505 29
78.--15 2078597 20 78707 20
78688 40 79110 2079147 49
79175 40 79372 100 79583 40
79763 20 75523 1000179857 29
79858.: 20 79900 20 1 79966 20
APPROXIMATION PRIZES. j>
100 numbers from 44775 to 44875 inclusive, be- ,/
ing 50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing capital prize of $60,000 — $60.
100 numbers from 51780 to 51SS0 inclusive, be-
ing SO numbers on each side of the number
drawing capital prize of $20,000— 540.
100 numbers from 4733S to 47488 inclusive, be-
ing 50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing capital prize of $10,000 120.
TERMINAL PRIZES.
799 numbers ending with 25, being the last
two figures of the number drawing the capital
prize of $60,000— 520.
799 numbers ending with 30, being the last
two figures of the number drawing the capital
prize of $20,000—120.
No. 44825 draws first capital prize of $60,009,
sold in Phoenix, Ariz., Imuala, Gro.
No. 51830 draws second capital prize of $20,000,
sold in Savannah, Ga., Philadelphia, Pa., Chi-
cago. 111., St. Louis. Mo.
No. 47388 draws third capital prize of $10,000,
sold In Guaymas. Son.. Mexico City.
Nos. 27432, 51154. 63022. 64470 and 79823 draw
each $1000, sold in San Francisco, Pal., Ellin-
ger, Tex.. Birmingham, Ala., Cleveland, 0.,
San Francisco, Cal., Brooklyn, N. T.
The regular monthly drawing, No. 125, with
capital prize of $60,000. will take place on June
22. 1899.
Wholes, $4: halves, $2; quarters, $1: eighths,
50 cents; sixteenths, 25 cents, United States
money. ANTONIO PEREZ.
For the Treasury Department.
V. BASSETTI. Manager.
APOLINAR CASTILLO. Intervpnor.
OCEAN TRA\EL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
Lf. Steamers leave Broadway
Wk,. wharf, San Francisco:
I ■■fireißfcfc. or Alaskan ports, 10 a. m. ,
i IBrTwJCTik May 21. 26, 31/ June 5; CQ&n
I|«aK ]iai For Victoria. Vancouver (B.
SSESKj^SEgII C), Port Townßend. Seattle.
r^^ESSal Tacoma. Everett. Anacortes
and New Whatcom (Wash.),
10 a. m., May 21, 26, 31; June
6. and every fifth day thereafter; change at
Seattle to this company's steamers for Alaska
and O. N. Ry. : at Tacoma to N. P. By.; at
Vancouver to C. P. Ry.
For Eureka (Hnmboldt Bay), 2 p. m.. May
19, 24. 29; June I. and every fifth day there-
after.
For Santa Cruz. Monterey, San Simeon.
Cayucos. Port Harford (San Luis Oblspo)
Gaviota. Santa Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme.
San Pedro, East San Pedro (Los Angeles) and
Newport. 9 a. m.. May 20. 24, 28; June 1, and
every fourth day thereafter.
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Har-
ford (San Luis Obispo). Santa Barbara, Port
Los Angeles and Redondo (Los Angeles), 11 a.
m.. May 18. 22. 26. 30; June 3. and every fourth
day thereafter. ' • • -
For Knsenada, Magdalraa Bay. San Jose del
Cabo, Mazatlan. Altata, La Pax, Santa Rosalia
and Ouayraas (Mez.). 10 a. m.. 7th of each
month.
For further Information obtain folder.
The company reserves the right to change
without previous notice Ft earners, sailing dates
and hours of sailing-.
TICKET OFFICE — New Montgomery
street (Palace Hotel).
GOODALL. PKRKINS * CO.. Oen. Agta..
10 Market Ft.. San Francisco.
THE 0. R. & N. CO,
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO
PORTLAND
From Spear street Wharf at 10 a. m.
FARC $12 First Class Including Berths
rMiIL $8 Second Class and Meals.
Columbia sails May 28.
State of California sails May 18, K.
Short line to Walla Walla. Spokane. Butt».
Helena and all points In the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East. .
B. C WARD. General Agent,
630 Market street.
. GOODALL. PERKINS 4 CO..
■ Superintendent.
AMERICAN LINE.
KEW TORS, SOUTHAMPTON LONDON, PARIS.
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New York Every Wednesday. , 10 a. in.
New York May 31JNew York Jane 21
St. Paul June 7 St. Paul June 28
St. Louis Junel4iSt. Louis July S
RED STAR LINE,
. f>e^r Yot*t< and Antw«rn.
From New York Every Wednesday. 12 noon.
Kensington May 31 (South wark Jane 21
Noordland June 7 Westemland ...June 28
Friesland June 141 Kensington July 5
EMPIRE LINE
6eattl«. St. Mlcbaal. Dawson City.
For full Information regarding freight and pa»-
-• sage apply to
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
SO Montgomery St., or any of its agencies.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF, COR-
ner First and Brannan streets. 1 p. m., for
YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at
Kobe (Hlogo). Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
connecting at Hongkong with steamers for
India, eta No cargo received on board on day
of sailing.
NIPPON MARU Tuesday. June 17
AMERICA MARU Saturday. July M
HONGKONG MARU Thursday. August 17
Round-trip tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's office,
421 Market st.. corner First.
W. B. CURTIS. General Agent.
ANCHOR LINE
United States Mail Steamships (^
Sail from New York Every Saturday Jot"
Glasgow, via Londonderry.
Saloon Passage, $50 and upward.
Second Cabin -
City of Rome, *35. Other Steamers. »30.
;> .* . Steerage Passage
Roma, 925.50. Furnessla. $24.50. ° Otae*
Strs., 923.50.
For Book of Tours and Information applr to
. HENDERSON BROTHERS. *
General Agents, 7 Bowling Green. New for*.
Or J. F. FUGAZI, 6 Montgomery «t.
Or L. F. COCKROFT. 114 Montgomery st,
Or R. B. RITCHIE, 2 4'ew Montgomery at_
BAN FRANCISCO.
fMM||Bng| The S. S. Australia
iJ&IINIE *- 11s for Honolulu
¥ «F«ailfe( Wednesday. May 31.
■ ■ at 2 r m.
nxi>^ I • A aB. S. Alameda sails
isiPaniMlinJ via Honolulu and
(ylCdllDlllU^ Auckland for Sydney
/fimßjmiL Wednesday. June 14.
VyiliPvJltfcr nt 10 p. m.
Favorite Line Round the World, via Hawaii.
Samoa New Zealand. Australia. India, Sues,
England, etc. : $610 first class.
J. 0. SPRECKELS & BROS. CO.. Ants.. 114 Montgomery
Pier 7, Foot Pacific St. Freight Office. 327 Market St.
COMPAONIB GENERALS TRANBATLANTIQUB.
DIRECT LINE to HAVRE-PARIS. v£j»-
LA TOURAINK. June 24; LA OUNE, July
1. First-class to Havre. $65 and upward, 5 per
cent reduction on round trie Second-class to
Havre *45. 10 per cent reduction on round trip.
GENERAL AGENCY FOR UNITED STATES
AND CANADA, 3 Bowling Green. New York.
J. F. FUGAZI & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents. 5
Montgomery aye.. San Francisco.
"HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE. .
NEW YORK- ROTTERDAM. VIA BOU-
logne. The Short Route to Paris.
NEW Twin-Screw Steamers ROTTERDAM
(S300). STATENDAM (10.500). First Cabin 150
upward; Second Cabin, $37. -
Saloon Steamers MAASDAM, SPAARNDAM
etc.. $37. -..■-■
Send for Illustrated Handbook and Sailings to
THOS. COOK & SON. Pacific Coast Passenw
▲xnats. 631 Market Street, San Francisco. . _,

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