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VOLUNTEERS IS
AN ESCORT FOR
THE BEAR FLAG
Night Parade Plans
Completed.
FOUR BIG DIVISIONS IN LINE
LIST OF AIDS ANNOUNCED BY
MARSHAL DOCKERY.
Santa Cruz Getting Into Her Giddiest
Clothing and Arranging All
Sorts of Fetes for the
Sons.
California Pur.or No. 1, the banner par
or of the whole State organization, will
cad the Native Sons to the ferry at S:3G
>"clock to-morrow night. That lint was
•ettled yesterday after some little dis
msslon. In all the fetes that have taken
ilace the old California lias never fol
owed anybody, but it looked this lime a?
though it would have to. There were
numbers who objected to paying $30 fox
a band, and without a band California
kvould have had to give way to some
more extravagant rival, Grand Marshal
Dockery and Assistant Grand Secretary
Jamison hold out for the music, however
mid it was decided their way. Jamison
raid if the parlor would not stand for it
he would do the digging himself At th«
same time Marsha.! Dockery outlined thi
rest of the night parade.
A platoon of Chief Lets 1 finest will lead
:'ff from X. S. G. W. Hall on Mason
street, near Geary; then will come Dock
cry and his numerous aids, and after
them the First California Volunteers
who will act as an escort of honor to tht
ferry. The parlors will follow in the fol
lowing order: First division— Division
Marsha! Ed Taaffe and aids, Blanehard's
sand, California Parlor No. 1, Mission
Parlor No. 3b. Ei Dorado Drum Corps, El
Dorado Parlor No. 52. Stanford Parlor
No. 7'>: second division— Marshal Leo
Collier and aids; Pacific Parlor and. Pa
:!ri<j Parlor No. 10; Yerba Buena Parlor
So. S4; Rlncon Parlor Drum Corps, Rin
,on Parlor No. 72, Bay City Parlor No.
."■!; third division— Marshal Del B. tow
e'y and aids. Golden Gate Parlor bind.
3olden Gate Parlor No. 29 Niantlc Par
or No. 105, Columbia Parlor No. 121', Na
ional Parlor Drum Corps, National Par
or No. IIS, Aicatraz Parlor No. 14~>
Alcalde Parlor No. ir.4: fourth division—
Hesperian Parlor band, Marshal A. K.
Daggett and aidi, Hesperian Parlor No.
L 37, South Sun Francisco Parlor No. 157
Sequoia Parlor No. 100, San Francis, c
Drum Corps, San Francisco Parlor No.
19, Olympus Parlor No. IS9, Precita Par
or Drum t'orps. Precita Parlor Xn. IST
Presidio Parlor No. 194, Marshall Drum
.orps, Marshall Parlor No. - -.
As his aids Grand Marshal I >ockery has
ippointed the following: Judge J. E.
Barry. Hen Davis, William H. Metson
John Lenehan. David Martin, G. II
Jmbsen, \V. R. Milton, Al Morgenstern
i. P. Wieland, J. J. Jamison. C. R. Hev
rrin, E. Hayden of Sausalito, G. D.
Philips, T. P. Martin, James T. Bailey
'... P. Powelson. E. C. Anderson, G. N
un Orden, W. C. Foley, L,. J. Aubert, H
i, W. Dinkelspiel. J. B. Keenan, A. R
i'aughh; Judge Frank H. Dunne, L. If
Conn; J. A. Devoto, L. C. Plstolesl, J. P
.'•'strove, F. T. Finch and A. Nickel
Mr. Dockery's chief of staff will be C
\. Boldemahn and the chief of aids Dr.
rheodore Rethers.
A number of visiting Sons from the
lorthern part of the State arrived In
own yesterday and will go to Santn
'ruz as guests 'of the ... local par
ors. The coterie was led by Conrad
rOttwalls of Marysville, ex ins • and
■utside sentinel of the order. Mr. Gott
valls will be the so'.f representative of
Js town at the celebration. He has been
aken In hand by Ben Hanlon, financial
ocretary of California Parlor, who will
cc to the entertainment of the visiting
irethren during their stay in town.
Advances made on furniture and pianos, with
ir without removal. J. Noonan. 1017-1023 Mission.
. . ■» .
In the Divorce Court.
Bp< r has been granted a oi
from Charles M. Spear on statu
• ry - Vnn F. Henry has se
livorce from George
B. Henr; I - round of failui
' was g led a dl
• : .on the ground
aye been fil< <1 by
• st James H. M
•: against
jsen for desertion: George

rman against Walter P.
and Eunl
Prank H. Muller for fail
■. Ide.
GRAPE-NUTS.
An Interesting
I Photo !
• . •
5 A Baby s Testimonial for •
I GRAPENUTS. I
Amateur pnotograpneni recognize tne
difficulty in securing good "interiors."
of the mosl perfe< I
this sort of photography was rec<
by the Postum Cereal Co. a short time
[ng in perfect light and with
est lines, a baby in a high
tble, t)i" mother in the
I feeding baby some Grape-Nuts ]
with a spoon. The little one has one j
on the spoon and is evidently i
; :,^" the food. A package of 1
• >n the table, an i
ihat, together v-ith nil the utensils, are
tly outlined. The picture contains
much detail, but could not be success-
fully reproduced on newspaper, otlu-r-
-wise It would be given here.
The mother writing, states: "I take
pleasure in sending you a photo of
Mabel Anltn Bennett, who is very fond
(rape-Nuts. Among all the pre-
pared foods we find Grape-Xuts espec-
ially fine for children beginning to eat
solids; they are so easily digested and-
Bhlng. Little Mabel Is always
very eager when she sees us preparing
Grape-Nuts for her, and you can see
by her face how thoroughly satisfied
she iR with her meal. She seems to
think her mamma needs help in get-
ting the Grape-Nuts to her mouth and \
the picture is true to life. I want to
thank >"U for placing such a delicious
and delicate food "ri tne market. Ke-
fully. Mrs. L- y>- Bennett, Forrest, !
No Btomach is too delicate to receive
and tin 1 -* *; Grape-Nuts, for the reason
■,V ;i t • really pre -digested by
tne p • hrough which it passes,
I, tii' manufacture, and by these pro-
. the starch is transformed into
BUgar, which is ready at one- to
d and build up the
tissues of both muscle and brain.
All first-class grocers sell Grape-
Nuts and the Postum Cereal Co. Ltd
them at their factories at Battle :
Creek. i
How Some Prominent Native Sons May Appear at the Forthcoming Celebration.
<^==~jfr772y and Jfcivy 9fewc?~=s^>
TWENTY-SEVENTH
HAS JOINED THE
WAITING TROOPS
Reached the Presidio
Yesterday.
The Twenty-seventh Infantry, under
command of Colonel Ned Bell, arrived fit
the Presidio yesterday and is now camped
on the* hill with the Thlrtj and
Thirty-fourth. The regiment commenced
to arrive in the morning and all day sec
tions of it kept coming In to the Presidio.
By the middle of the afternoon it was ail
in camp.
The Twenty-seventh is from Camp
Meade Pa., and all of its men are from
the New England States. The trip out
here was made without incident except
in the case of Lieutenant Kennedy of
Company I, who picked a fight with the
conductor and received a flesh wound In
the leg for his pains.
The story is that the conductor made
some remarks about the men which Ken
nedy resented by striking the conductor
in the face. The conductor drew his
pocketknife and in the mix up which fol
lowed Kennedy was cut In the leg. He
is now in the general hospital. There Is
some talk of a board to Inquire Into his
conduct.
The Thirty-fourth Infantry will pet
away first after all. The vanguard will
go oil the transport Columbia and the re
mainder of the regiment, a force of seven
companies, will sail on the Belgian King,
which is nearly ready to leave. The
Thirtv-nrst will go on the Sherman about
September 15 or 16, and the Twenty-sev
enth will sail soon after on the Grant,
probably about the 18th inst.
The Twenty-seventh Regiment has had
no target practice, and Saturday morn
ing it will be sent out to the shooting
ranges to put In a week under the in
struction of Captain Hughes, the in
structor in rifle practice. ihe regiment
had built a range at Fort Meadtj and
was preparing lor target practice when
it v..u> ordered West.
The Thirty-first and Thirty-fourth have
been" having target practice right along,
and now their omcers are mixing in drills.
The Thirty-fourth gave a dress parade
Tuesday evening in honor of Admiral
Kautz, "who called upon Colonel Kennon
at the camp. Yesterday evening tlu
Thirty-first was on dress parade on
the Infantry parade ground. In the
meantime two battalions of the Ihirty
fourth were having skirmish drill up on
the hills back of the post buildings. 'ihej
were using blank cartridges and the rat
tle of their lire waked the echoes.
Two twelve-Inch rilles have arrived at
the Presidio within the past few days
and they are now being mounted by First
Lieutenant McNair, Third Artillery,
ordnance officer of the post, with a de
tail of artillerymen. There are three
eight-Inch rifles now on the Presidio
wnarl awaiting transportation to where
they will be mounted on the heights.
The following Officers have Dei urdvtta
out here to await transportation to UK
Philip]
Willis P. Coleman, Ninth Infantry; Du
pont B. Lyon, Sixteenth Infantry; Ar
thUS V. Watts, Fourth Infantry, and 13
1.. Admire, Twenty-second Infantry,
umah.i. >>ebr.; William -V Hugh< .- Jr.,
Thirteenth Infantry, Columbus barracks,
Ohio; Leslie A. I. Jiapman, First Cavalry*
Omaha, Nebr.
Two candidates from the Third ArtUler;
have been recommended to the board •>■
examination for commissions as BecoiiC.
lieutenants. They are Private James li
Como and Private John S. Davis, both o.
Battery 1. The board will meet to exam
me them to-morrow.
The bund of the First California Regi
ment will play this afternoon in Union
Square and afterward it will be given a
banquet ny the ladies of the lied Cross.
On September 17 it will play in Golden
Gate Park and at the Garneld memoria
services. The band will not turn in its In
struments until the last moment possi
ble. Several of the bandsmen own theii
Instruments, and an effort will b«
made to have the Government take then
and refund to the owners their purchasi
price.
James Grinter of Battery A, Californi;
Heavy Artillery, was taken to the gen
eral hospital yesterday with a bad
burned head and face. He was trying t<
extract the powder from a loaded six
pounder shell, when part of the powd<
exploded. He is not seriously Injured.
George E. Hicks, Company E, (dad
regiment, was buried in the post temeter;
yesterday, afternoon. He died at the ho>
pita! Monday of dysentery. •
' The North Dakota regiment will b.
■riven two months' pay to-morrow. Or
ders were sent out that all the ordnanc*
stores of the regiment should be turned
in by" noon to-morrow, but the regimen:
is scheduled to escort the Minnesota mci
to camp, so their arms will not be givei
up until after the Minnesotans shall haw
arrived. * - ■
Major George W. Fishback, paymaster,
has been assigned to duty in this depart-
Tuesday night a number of. the employes
THE SAN FKA^CISCO CALL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1899.
of the Will & Flnck Co. tendered a ban
quet to Corporal Morris L. Markowitz,
Company A, First California Volunteers
Before his enlistment Markowitz was em
ployed in the crockery department of the
store, and as soon as he is mustered out
he will assume his old position. In the
first battle fought by the Californians
Markowitz was promoted from private to
corporal for bravery. The following were
present: M. Markowitz. William Litzius,
D. J. Broderlck, E. P. Thyes, K. F. Fass
man. E. J. Kaplan. H. H. Bernstein. J. C.
Levy, L. P. Ober, C. James. A. Cook. C.
E. Wiggin, F. C. Stalb. C. H. Kansteiner,
J. Neuenburg, K. Bamish, F. E. Coolidge,
F. W. Scott G. C. Sapin, W. W. West and
W. H. Middlehoff.
Captain Edward T. Winston, Nineteenth
Infantry, has been assigned to duty with
the recruits at the Presidio, pending his
assignment to the Philippines.
m
REUNION OF COMPANY B.
Veterans and Active Members
Dine Together at the
Occidental.
Company P. of the First California Regi
ment held a notable gathering last even-
Ing. The affair was a banquet given by
the veteran members of the company to
the active members so lately returned
from the Philippines laden with new hon-
MISS MAY BALDWIN WILL
WEAR THE ROYAL ERMINE
SANTA i"RIV.. Sept. 6.— Miss May {
Baldwin will reign as queen of
the carnival, which is to be one
of the biggest and most beautiful
features of the celebration of Admission
day, which begins in this city on Friday.
The contest for the royal ermine closed
to-night, and the counting of the bri'iots
ed that Miss Baldwin had won with
rotes. Her nearest competitor, .m..-^
Anna Linscott. polled 828.
Miss Baldwin is the daughter of l. k.
Baldwin, president of the City Bank, and
ij a. prominent and Immensely popular
Native Daughter. Her election Is hailed
with general satisfaction.
This city is wildly enthused over a
telegram received this evening from Col
onel Victor Duboce, stating that himself
GOO of the First California Yolun
will arrive Saturday morning to
participate In the big parade.
ors for the old command and new experi
ences for its records. The banquet was
at the Occidental Hotel in the main
•a, and there were 200 and more
present.
Company R Is the nid "City Guard." It
was formed whdi the water came up to
Montgomery street, and when its first
members grew too old to actively perform
the duties of a citizen soldier they save
way to new men and formed a veteran as
tion that lives along with the still
young command. The veterans used to EO
to the drills; they used to sit around the
:ire in the company room after the drills
were over and tell the young men how
they "sod to soldier in the old days, and
when finally the war came they gathered
together to sp^ed their hoys on and to
swell the farewell chrer that went away
k vith the old company. Then when the
boys came hack the veteranfl arranged the
banquet, and last night they all dined to
gether
onel George R. Eurdlck was toast
tei Hi s;ii at the head of the tahle,
General Dickinson on his left and
ne ] Duboce "ii his right. Along the
■ .n1 table on either side were the vet
eran members and the Invited guests, and
• long tables running from the head
• able were more veterans and the boya
.'ho still wear the Government hlue.
The menu was an excellent one, and it
,ok hours for the men to run the gamut
from oysters to the cheese and coffee. At
very Interval or change of plates was set
some familiar bugle call, and through the
■it tie of conversation could now and then
... beard the music of the orchestra. It
.\.is a noisy crowd, for those who stayed
had to tell what happened here to those
who went, and those who went had more
ell those who stayed; so every one
talked at once until Colonel Burdiek, as
'oastmaster. claimed the floor and pro
..iv.-.i "The President." The band respond
(l with "The Star-Spangled Banner," and
ben General Dickinson responded. "The
'Irst Regiment, California Volunteers,"
ivafl the next toast, responded to by Colo
el Duboce. Captain George Filmer. com
nander of the company, responded to
< Mir Guests — Our Old Company," and
><irge R. Sanderson, commander of the
eteran Association. X. Q. ('.. responded
"Our Country." Colonel W. C. Little
esponded to "The Ladies," and Sergeant
\Viillam J. Haves of the company re
-l<onded to "A Soldier's Trials."
There were other speeches and other
oasts, brought up on the spur of the
noment, and there were songs and stories
i ikl jokes until the hour grew from re
■;>. •■i-ta.bly late to questionably early, and
ii'-re was the best of good cheer for every
ne. A iid In the midst of it all there was
lie thing not forgotten. On the first page
if the souvenir was a list of those who
went out with the old company but did
not return. There were five of them—Ser
vant Charles B. Lemon, Luther H. Dlns
nore, John V. Punmore, Tage F. Fret
itrom and George H. Perkins. Their
I names were read and a tribute was paid
| to thtjjr honored memory.
! Among the veteran members of the com
! mand who were present were: Major Gen
i eral J. H. Dickinson; Major General Wal- ]
I ter Turnbull, Colonel W. C. Little, Colonel
iG. W. Grannis. Colonel J. IS. Burgln,
Lieutenant George R. Burdick. Major A.
D. Grlmwood. Major I. B. Cook, Major F.
I S. Pott. Captain H. A. Plote. Captain
George Filmer. Lieutenant Frank J. War
ren. Lieutenant A. P. Plote, Judge J. C.
B. 11. bbard, Lieutenant B. BturdJvant,
: Lieutenant A. liamm.
Thr comn I arrangements was
composed of Lieutenant Fr< d A. Baldwin,
Sorgt-atit Walter N. Kelly and Corporal
Edward T. Foley. The reception commit
tee had for members Lieutenant Frank J.
Warren, Corp< ■ i E. Prentice and Private
George R. Sanderson.
SOLDIERS AT A SMOKER.
Mission Parlor. N. S. G. W., Enter
tains Members Who Served in
the Philippines.
Mission Parlor Mo. 38, X. S. O. W.. List
i rilKht pntc-rtalned its soldier members
who returned wl£b the California Volun
teers. These are .). C. Bejcher, W. R.
Gerdes, l". A. Walte, T. R. I'faff and A.
X. Waite. The f-ntertainment was in th.
form of a smoker, which was presid d
lover by Dell P.. Bowley, who wns Intro
MISS BALDWIN, QUEEN-ELECT.
duced by President Nlppert. A number of
short addres! ■ • wen m td< . 'I. Honnett
spoke on "Pati lotism" : v. ! > h
bury on "The Flag"; w. p. Humphrey
Jr. on "The Army and Navy"; Past
President Tnresen on "The Native Sons";
Judpe J. K. Altken on "The First Cali
fornia Reidme:it" and Eugene K. !t>Tt on
"The Statf> of California." There were
vocal selections by the Columbia quartet
and M. Colgan; Instrumental selections
by H. Cramer and other entertaining
numbers, besides anecdotes of th" war
by tin guests of the evening. An ex
cellent collation was served.
Receptions by Native Sons
To-nipht California Parlor No. 1 of the
Native Sons of the Golden West will ten
der a reception in its hall to its soldier
members who have returned from Manila.
On the night of the 12th National Parlor
will hold a reception ai Delmonlco's in
honor of its thirteen members who enlist
ed for the Spanish-American war. All but
two of these are either commissioned or
non-eommissloned officers. This parlor
furnished the largest number of volun
teers during: the war.
The reception which was to have been
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given to soldier members by Golden Gate
i 1 r last Wednesday has been post
: until next Wednesday nipht.
Sequoia Parlor is arranging a reception
to Its soldier ni.mbers on a date to be an
nounced hi r< a : ; •r.
KNOCKED DOWN AND BOBBED
Experience of Harry C. Carlton, a
Member of the Colorado
Regiment.
Harry G. Carlton, a member of Com
pany G, First Colorado Regiment, was
treated at the Receiving Hospital early
yesterday morning for a severe lacerated
wound in his scalp.
He said that while in the neighborhood
of St. Mary's Hospital some one had come
up behind him and struck him on the
back of the head with some instrument,
knocking him down. He was robbed of
$14 in cash and a gold watch and chain.
Carlton walked to the Cafe Royal and
there asked for a drink of water, as he
felt taint. He told the bartender of what
had happened him and Policeman Hurley,
who was notified, had him sent to the
Receiving Hospital in the patrol wagon.
He was unable to give any description of
his assailant.
UNION SQUARE CONCERT.
First California Regiment Band Will
Play This Afternoon.
The ladles of the California Club have
m.i'i>- arrangements for a concert to be
given by the First California Regiment
band in Union Square this afternoon be
tween " and "> o'clock. The band con
sists .if twenty-five pieces arid the follow
ing programme of music has been
specially prepared.
March, "General Miles": overture, Impromp
tu: two-step, "My Soldier Man"; waltz,
"Autumn Flowers"; Filipino march (Paso
Doblea for bunlf-s) by A. Kelson Adams: *c
"Wan«": rap time. "When Dew.-y
H.rjr Again"; medley "Brudiler Gard-
Plcnlc"; overture, "Ptrathmori>" ; march,
itan."
IOWA REGIMENT
IS READY TO SAIL
MANILA. Sept. 6.— The lowa regiment,
the last of tin' volunteer organizations on
duty In the Island of Luzon, has been
withdrawn from Calula t<> the barracks ;<t
Calucan, preparatory t<> departure for
borne. Th< number who will sail is Si~>6.
Lens than 300 "i the regiment were left <m
duty ;;t the front when the order came
tor thi Ir !■ •f. 406 being on the sick list.
This regiment has undergone hard out
post duty for three months, during which
time I has been very much ex;!<>st j 'l to the
rains. Seventy-flve members "f thp regi
i! hay-( re-enlisted. All the [owana
• i In Borne of the fighting be
tween Maloloa and Ban Fernando and not
one of them \\..s killed in battle. Thirty
nine were wounded and nine died of dl's
'!'!.• Insurgents continue to make
demonstrations In the vicinity of imu.«.
Th> American outposts were obliged to
fire volleys the past three nights.
. ♦ .
ADMISSION DAY CELEBRATION.
Extra Train Service to Santa Cruz.
In addition to the regular train ser
vice between San Francisco and Santa
Cruz and the special train which is to
be run over the narrow-gauge at 8:30
o'clock on' the evening of the Bth fnst.,
the Southern Pacific Company will ex
tend the run of the 4:15 p. m. train to
Santa Cruz on that date. Trains will
return from Santa Cruz at 5:35 a, m.,
September 9.
California Soldiers Play Ball.
Tlii" 1 Oakland Heesmans. one of the best
knowo baseball clubs on the coast, will
play the regimental baseball club. First
California Volunteers, on Sunday, the 17th
) Inst., at the Presidio baseball gTounds.
: The volunteers comprise some well-known
players, an<l b splendid game Is anticl
' pated. Neither money nor pains will be
spared by Manager Noble to make this
affair the event of the season.
IN NEXT SUNDAY'S CALL
' Oom Paul tells the story
of his life.
LOTTERY DRAWING.
OFFICIAL DRAWING
KENTUCKY LOTTERY
MONTH OF AUGUST, 1899,
Decided by the Drawing, of
The Canadian Royal Art Union,
DRAWN IN PUBLIC
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1899.
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2969 8 4681 20 1 17858.. . . 8124157 8,
I 9832 2* 2*214 «0
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3232 . ■ 0:93 .... 8 18097 r?24263 •••■ 8
3261 12 182K7 8:24279 -28
3317 . 12 10013 8 18350 12<243u2 ...II
8356.... 5 1 10077 40 < ■-; J 12 ! -4.107 12
3516 12 10262 20 I*3lB 20 24317 9
3583 20|1«2G4. 8 18016 ■ 24584 . — 6O
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3T*0..-..12M'J529 20 i 18*27 12 24769 40
3640 Si ISS--1; • -* 9 '" •■••12
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3874 5J11293 8! 24W8 ..._ 3
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No. 4889 '-'356 9 »
, $200 12*10 ■••• 20 200*! 20 Mica . . 20
f 1*431 12 2003 i.. i M2SJ ....«
5034 S^ 12543 ... 12 2')-.'26 ... rt I'"-*-} »
6200 .... b 126T2 ! 20247 . .. 8 !M!»S ....11
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4627 40 131"6 .... B 20SSI 2a 27011 8
5754 . .. 8 18832 v- 20*72 8 27OC* 8
57ii 12 13529 12 20714 11 2710? 12
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5954 8 13875 4'J -'0771 ... i 27341 20
5097 12 13911 20 20'j12 8 37463 8
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60*7 8 ISWSB ....40 ■ 27707 8
6083 2« 13?96 ... . 5 21*47 20 2790J 9
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6237 ? 14"14 8 21433..... 5 27830 12"
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6971 12 11531 8 22077 ... 40 2«.V0......20
14596 8 22145 * 293<>5....i.-i
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7196 12 13333 90 2*4--. 60 2^06 ...8
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31159 .. .1! No. 37069 ! 44741 e!5I13« 8 HS9S it
■ 31172 81 $200 ;**5«6...... 8 J1892 . 8^53510 8
H3IXS 4« 17 1 85 It 135J57 ....40
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32249 8 3*37 40 47244 8 s.i«K>7 I 8OI»7 50
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SUM 40j $2000 '47367 .... 8:34071 12;6"230 8
!5*335...... 8 58977 12!47527 8 34113 8 (0241 8
32163 81 47.'..-' - - MI4I ■ 80SS2 12
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32719 ...20 3i>265 8, 54312 CO M34H . .. 8
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32«<7 8|89«!M.:....!0'4*'133 . 40 34343 12:6. 481 .... 8
MW3 12*39773 8 48180 4* 1 3*535 . 13J50529 8
BJWI. — 12 No. 89878 1! 54579 . ... B 6.-5.41 12
, , $600 18428 20|34891 ... - ■ SO3 8
1*874. ... 8.'48593 20 S4M6 8 ! 6C.5(H 8
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33073 12 40079 20|46«4? 20 1 «0735._.. i
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. ! 49779 8 65032 8 1 61337 8
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. 70512 8 f 79202 12 BMW 28 «7JB 29
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8.1303 —.. 8 71369 12 TV69O 10 8*530 ... 6 K3OM 12
63320 ... 8 "IMS 12 *970» 8 : BCC.IB . CO fW!7S 40
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83418 40 714«7. .."... 6 79877 12,?«743.._..20'933«. 1*
63«?». .. 8 71629 1!J7990« to 8*416 8
«780 » 71091 8 79943 2" 57017 8,«^1.... .20
63891......40 11740 !2!**lS3 121670.5S 20 935 M....1.4*
8-1917 It 718U 201 . '87210 8
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171918 8 90278 87321 8 »4HI —12
64081 8 '80-JlO 20JSI4M ...-M'9»!4« 6
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nyot JO : -2" . .20 . !??!40 ....!* f l>!?7 12
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65391 8|72M8 (• 81129 ...SO 8»J03.. 8i»34T3 8'
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C 3933 ... 8 73593 9131314 40 8*132 20 No- 96888
C 5933 M'T*.617...»..20i8!503 ?0i««321 to $300
7.1«12 . M;81f57......1i 18*14 8
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«7030 It 741 M 1218315H .... « 89181 , 8!!«73«1 8
3709.... 4" 74161 ...12 *£)«« 8 69198 12 97621 10
67125 ......12 7432! ... 8 023 M ■ ■■■ 8 BMOS . 6 671-71 8
•081 8 74532 .... 20 r.'460 . II 5>W97 .12 Ml • 29
67:1*1 12 74,'.7!> .. 1X483 .12 B»T«4 81"7730 20
NO. 8?81t( 14701 12 K64J .... «:$"7»2- 12;97813.™..2a
$200 7, "14 .... 8 82Wt.. ... (tiB9<l4 12*1831 40
B7SM4 8 82331 121»i»l>« 2019.-912 8
67020....'..12 75070 20 BOMB II 89M9 It Ui9t« 10
67718 6 751.16 88 2684-. .U 89997 .. 8
67731 8. 13319 8 2805 ■.»! 98019 It
S7WS II 73192 8 828^9 • 11 BBOU , - 8|98057 8
67807 2«: 75.44 8 ' -JO 120 . $193121 9
67846 8 75811 It «073 20 90184 ... 12 9822* If
679*0 8175914 8 8.1114 ... 8 98214 ...1! 9SK9 12 •
53468 12 90310 M HU4 ft
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6«12I- .. 12 76140 8 83410 . ...20 W4OI . ...II 98317 It
68181 8:76143 8 83683 I 90544 tO tBW 8
68t*4 .. .. 8,762ii2 12 63746 . .1;' 90633 40 »m>66 8
68439 8 76324 12 839*5...:.. 8 90973...— U 98700 5.-.-12
6849 C 12 78T79......60 1 • 9?tfli~.. 3
68500 . 40 76790 11 84132 8 l»#17 8
6e3M 81 84170 M 91031 8 9Ss»3i. 40
»854» 6 77005 12 84259 8 51038..-S 8 94979 (8
6-550 8r77146...-...t0i84iK 8 9109(1 ....44)'
68698 40 "17207 IJ 84422 S 91 144 «0 '
68113. — 12 77313 12 84442 8 91190 8 93414 20
68761 8 77321 8 84533 8 91457 . It 99473 -.13
68788 40iT7S9« 40 BiSM 60 91483 8 99477. .„_ 8
117474 8 84634 ..._» 81338 2019516 8
'69058 8!T7337......Jj848»6 8 91504 11 !......*>
6WBB 20i1772« 84899 10 »162* 8 : »3« 11
69199 12.177734... *< 849t». 8 11624 12 ! 99574 ....
«93W...... 8 91674 tO 997C3 8
69781 20 78108. • 8M40..:..40 »1743 64 »»7«0..-~lt
67770 8 7<-18H\....fr R3lBB ....12 91811. 40 33793 20
69973 8 78286. 8 83 191 8 918*4 8 9*860 20
■69974 8 78426. 20 j 54321......M 918i8..,...!0 99983 I*
The above la for $1, 50-cent and 25-cent tick-
ets. In • proportion. ■■■■ ■■ ■ ■•
APfRQajMATIO^ PRIZES — One huntosq
IjOTTEBY DRAWING.
numbers from 49.71? to 49.819 inclusive, being
fifty numbers on each side of the number draw-
i ln*r*the capital prize of $15,000. »20: 100 numbers
i from 5' 968 to 53.068 Inclusive, being fifty num-
; bers on' each side of the number drawing the
capital prize of $4000, fl2: 100 numbers from
3S.SS3 to 38.953 inclusive, being fifty numbers on
! each side of the number drawing the capital
| prize of $2000, $S.
' TERMINAL. PRIZES— Nine hundred and
i ninety-nine numbers ending with 69, being the
I two last figures of the number drawing the
1 capital prize of (15,000, $4: 999 numbers ending
'■ with IS, being the two last figures of the num-
ber drawing the second capital prize of $4000, •'
The subscribers having supervised the single
number drawing, class "1..." of THE CANA-
DIAN ROYAL. ART UNION. Limited, hereby
certify that the above are the numbers which
were this day drawn from the 100,000 placed in
the wheel, with t:.e prizes corresponding to
them.
Witness our hands at Montreal, this Thurs-
day. August 31. 1599. N. PERODEAU,
Member, of the Legislative Council of the
Province of Quebec.
HILAIRE HURTEAU. Ex-M. P..
Commissioners.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co
J^ Steamers leave Broadway
2vs*-«_ wharf, San Francisco.
iOtWTII For Alaskan-ports, 10 a. m..
SlisS2i?h?* September 3. I. 13. 18, 23. 28.
I Klßdwl October 3. change at Seattle.
llßflN «1 For Victoria. Vancouver B.
3 ffmrmiTfl^flii C). Port Townsend. Seattle,
Ir^^EHK Tacoma, Everett, Anacortes
* and New Whatcom (Wash.),
10 a. m. September 3. 8. 13. 18,
1% "R October 3. and every fifth day thereafter;
change at Seattle to this company's steamers
for Xfaska and G. N. Rfc: £t Tacoma to N.
P Ry • at Vancouver to C. F. Ity.
P 1 R r y 'F U a r t «.ka a (Humboldt Bay). 2 p. m.. Sep-
tember l! 6 11. 16. 21. 26. October 1. and every
fl For da s y ant h ere Cru z r : Monterey San Simeon.
Cpvu :, o , port Harford (San Luis Oblspo).
Gavlota Santa Barbara. Ventura. Hueneme
San Pedro East San Pedro ( Los Angeles) and
Newport. 9 a. m., September 1, E, 9. 13. 17, 21.
25. 29, October 3. and every fourth day there-
SBSS Eu e ,fobW n |a 0 n n t!T S.rS2.|K
and every fourth day thereaffr.
For Ensenada. Magdalena Bay. Pan Jose del
Cabft Mazatlan. Altata, La Paz. Santa Rosalia
and Guaymaa (Mex.). 10 a. m.. 7th of each
m For further Information obtain fnMer.
The company reserves the right to change
without previous notice steamers, sailing date*
an<l hours of pnlllntr.
TICKET OFFICE— 4 New Montgomery
street (Palace Hntel). * Oa. Gen. Agts..
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.. Oen. Agts..
10 Market St., San Francisco.
THE S. R. & N. CO.
' DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS T9
From Spear-street Wharf at 10 a. m.
CADE 12 First Class Including Bert*
1 Ant $8 Second Class and Meal*.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 5ai15..............
Sept. 5, 15. 25; Oct. 6, 15. 2a
Columbia' satis.. Sept. 10, 20. 30: Oct. 10, 20 30
Short line to Walla Walla. Spokane. Butte.
Helena and all points in the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East.
E. C. WARD. General Agent.
£30 Market at.
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO., rintendentB
AMERICAN LINE.
NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON, PARIS.
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New York Even" Wednesday, 10 a. m.
St. Paul Sept. 61 St. Paul Sept. 27
New York Sept. 13 New York Oct. 4
St. Louis Sept. 20 St. Louis Oct. 11
RED STAR LINE.
New York and Antwerp. -'
From New York Every Wednesday, 12 noon.
Southwark ....Sept. 6 1 Nordland Sept. 27
' Westernland ..Sept. 13! Frlesland Oct. 4
Kensington Sept. 20: Southwark Oct. 11
EMPIRE LINE.
Seattle. St. Michael. Dawson City.
For full information regarding freight and
passage apply to
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
80 Montgomery St.. or any of Its agencies.
TOYO KISEN KAISBA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF. COR-
ner First and Brannan streets, 1 p. m., for
YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at
| Kobe <Hiogo). Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
connecting at Hongkong with steamers for
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
of sailing.
NIPPON MART' Tuesday. September 12
< AMERICA MART: Friday. October 6
HONGKONG MART' Wednesday, Nov. I
Round-trip tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's office,
'421 Market St., cor. First.
W. H. AVERT, General Agent.
>Ca^^V f'EJ'^B Csfiy?^fCrl S. S. Alameda sails
ffl^»*lMf3!aiS£*"«fis, vla Honolulu and
fflT-*^ c«. E Auckland ■for Sydney
fQTfTz i Wednesday, Sfptem-
m JKylfirai/l'^N ber 6. Alameda sails
j'JCJD^&'E Tla Honolulu and
,9Ttt**m*t Auckland "for Sydney
L™ Wednesday, Septem-
Ci^\^\ ber 6 ' Rt 10 P- m -
SlPam^ninJ The s - S. Australia
C^dlHjlHy^ alls for Honolulu
<9iqg3gj7 r /nfTlß?f9lU Wednesday, Septem-
JS-'wr^ VUIIIfJQICfcP ber 20. at 5 p. m.
Favorite Line Round the World, via Hawaii,
j Samoa New Zealand. Australia. India, Suez.
England, etc.; $610 first class.
1 D SPRECKELS & BROS. CO.. Agts.. 114 Montgomerj
Pier 7, Foot Pacific St. -Freight Office. 327 Market St.
COMPAGNIE QENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. *&&,
Sailing every Saturday at 10 a, m. <J»j!r. 1 >
' from Pier 42. North River, foot of -^■w«^»
: Morton St. LA CHAMPAGNE. Sept. »; LA
: GASCOGNE. Sept. 16; LA BRETAGNE. Sept.
I 23- LA TOURAINE, Sept. 30: LA NORMAN-
DIE, Oct. 7. First-class to Havre. $65 and up-
ward 5 per cent reduction on round trip. Sec-
ond-class to Havre. *45. 10 per cent reduction
on round trip. GENERAL AGENCY FOR
UNITED STATES AND CANADA, 32 Broad-
way (Hudson building), New York. J. F. FU-
GAZI & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents, 5 Mont-
gomery aye.. San Francisco.
BAY AND RIVER STEAMERS.
FOB U. S. NAVY-YARD AND YALLEJO.
Steamer "Montlcello."
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
I p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock.
i Pier No. 2. Telephone Main IoOS.
: FARE 500
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a Diseases, Lost Manhood. Debility or
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In 1854 for tbe treatment of Private
Diseases, L<^t .Uminnod. Debility or
disease wearing on body and mind and
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BSaS l fflEw!! otbersirall - Try him. Charges low.
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