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TO OUST THE BOSS.
Democrats Laying a Plan to
..j". Shelve Mr. liuckley.
'■-':=! .Thi'lPa-rty to Be EecTganized if Possible by
■.-.-' '. ■'. D:-!Sclvirg Ihe C.-unty Committee.
'■'..:) . Views of tin Chairman.
-'"' Tie Democratic household Is filled with
•trouble. Smarting under the recent defeat
they ore easting about for the cause, and, as
'. . to be expected, no two factions agree. •
--.''• • The Beloriß- Democracy together with a
•' . large element of the independent voters are
,. = "-'- pointing their Dnpeiß nt ex-Boss Buckley
" and his following' as having been responsi
-• ble for it. while the latter in return lay the
■ • , ilium at the feet of Mr. Deuprey and his
■fellow-workers. At any rate they realize
V " that they were struck by a political cyclone
; '• from some direction, and realize that some
.■■ : tiling must be done to. redeem the lost cause. {
.•■ With this idea in view they have decided
' ' that the party needs bracing up, and that
.' unless it is legeneiatpd further disaster
Stares them in the face*
■ ; The anti-Buckley men are of the opinion
: . that no reorganization will be effective that
• , dees not coulemplate the relegation of the
•■ - boss to the shades of private life. Upon him
.".tbey cast the responsibility for the <iisas
*-...uous rout, and claim that the Democracy
• can never hope to regain its lost prestige in
this city until he is thrust completely into the
r '. background and deprived of the last vestige
v' of power, The better element, they say,
will no longer tolerate his interference in
: : titibjic affairs, and with him must go the men
ho have clung to him in days gone by aud
" • assisted him in his battle foi rower and
■' : pelf:
■';..-..- ■.. Fir.ST MADE PUBLIC. '
"• ' .The first intimation of a move of this kind
Was wade public en last Friday evening at a
Mitetiug of the Iriq'iois Club by the Intro
. duction, by Mr. Ciitus .Barbour, of a reso
■ • lution calling attention to the necessity for
.':■': aieteudatif n if the party, and suggesting
• : ■'■. t>>e "ad-visability-of appointing a committee of
V tive to confer with the State Central Com
■■■"■': mittee, in order to devise a plan for effecting
jv the' desired reorganizatiouv The : resolution
- .'asOriiiiuaily presented contained a bitter
."= '■personal attack on Buckley, and attributed
.? to ban the.defeat sustained by the part* at
• . tjie. ■polls. Of. this the press were denied a
• ■■•. . iy, iiiid . after discussing the matter in'
v" ■.e^f'cuiive session that portion of the resplu
•■ iiyn referring to Buckley was expunged.
' resolution as thus altered was adopted
■ • . finid. the following committee appoiuted ac
. ■ cordii^ly : Jacob Bergman, L. V. Merle,
• •••ikl McGettigan, S. G. Kellostg and Ciitus
■\ JJartioUT. • ■ ■
.:.• ■- Vi h:le the movement has ostensibly origin
:'' ,ate<J with the Ircquois Club, an organization
'■'.•..which is- accused of seeking to gain control
,*v-of the Democratic machinery, it is asserted
■'■ '■ by 'those iv a position to know that the real
'-.ip'nwiofers of it are Thomas J. Clunie,
■ '": William O. English aud Dennis o. 'Spencer,
''•■ and in support of this assertion the fact is
: •". jiointed out that one. of the principal men on
' the.Advisory Committee is Jacob Bergman,
": who'.-tias always been an enthusiastic fol
.:' . lower of Mr. English, and who managed'
:•.' fthatpehllemiin's right for the gubernatorial
■'.'nomination so far as this city was concerned.
•' it i3 : also charged against them they have
. ■••ri'ev.e.T forgiven Buckley for throwing Eu
■ ■■.' overboard at Saa Jose, and have been
"qiiietly laying fir a chance to deal him a
'.:■'. blew in return. They now, it is alleged, see
.■■. th- waited for opportunity and will make a
.. supreuie effort to wrest the control of the
'. party oigauization from him. . ■"_■'■"?:<
. *.; ..."; " =■ A SEt'.IOUS OBSTACLE.
."• '• One' serious obstacle, however, blocks
•th-trif.roa'd to success, and that is the County
•' ••Cdmßiittee. So long as ti.at remains as at
.■"."■ present, qympused cl men who have been
'■ % placed' there by Buckley himself, tin 1 latter
• .lias Ca{ held on the orgauiiiatiuu which they
' ''-Ciinuiif wrfestfroin him except through tlie
'•".. tjfe;acfifjry of his own lieutenants, aud it is
.' "Jtra.rdfy. iv be supposed they would prove so •
... :'.uflgrAteful«s to desert him entirely, even if
■. :.thej i.ad the cour.ige to do so. And it is a
• '. qut stron' of courage, for the average small
. ...ity.'poiitician has an exalted idea of Buck
■'■-;ie.y's-shrewtiue.ss and powtr, and many of
. -•.jlheHi in days gone by found to their sorrow
'- ;tlie penalty exacted tor treachery.
•■.'?: Th;e reorganized however see. or fancy
•" " lh*-j:-see l a way out of the difficulty, and
.•"UJraf-.isto'briDg Buch pressure upon the
.'County Committee as to induce them to re
••-"Sij;n,,'iu order that a new committee may be
:i TioSviii .'Following out this idea, the desire.
.'. X IS lien . the committee shall have resizued
'. Ho ori:aiir/.e the party by Assembly districts
•• UiTOUgltoiH, the city and give to each am
- bitwiiis aspirant a cbanea to go iv and initke
' !: : afi: ."pen riglit for supremacy. This they
•"•.- say-lias not been done in the past, but that
'''■ii'ii file contrary. Buckley has through the
•*. . 'medium Of his heelers, to manipulated the
..:■ .-t-'Hi^cbU's; as to prevent the selection of any
■ ::bat.sucTi as would do his bidding. Worthy
men in this way, who were really the choice
• tol tlj^ Democrats of their respective di«
--' '.•:'.'if'ict«, liave been kept in the background
■■ ?-#nd.forct;d out of the fight to make room for
'■' •- -.BuKkley's choice spirits. The new order of
■. .iiffa,ifs is; intended of course to give all an
'.' :^<i-ua;J clraiice, and is aimed as a direct blow
: Buckley without openly avowing it as.
■ ■ : '.:'Bucrt.' ; v . '.
; .'.. In the meantime no definite steps have
■.'been, taken, beyond a single conference, at
■ '•/wijhich. : . the ■ general plan of ' action was
•". '.-.lu]ippAl:ou.t.
Vllie'fcuenie, while well devised,, is liable
• -to ni*et with, serious opposition from the
' ■■.. members of the committee, who do not rel
■ -•. j.»ir • th« idea of giving way at the present
•■ . time, and who have serious objections to re
.. iiifqiiishing the power which they have in
tbeir bands and leave the future to depend.
■ upon the. doubtful result! of a district fight.
• ■:■■■ : •; DOUGIIEBTY'S' VIEWS. - - -
.'■ Chairman John Dougherty, who may be
.':' 'regarded as voicias the sentinient^J his
■ ..'feilo'w-'nienibers. was seen last night, aud
when asked as lo his intentions, said: "I
. .'Bee.no reason by I should resign, and as
' ' the matter now stands I have no intention
doing so. Of course I have heard that
'. . . we Fere to be asked te step down and out,
.. .but it occurs to me to ask who it is that has
the authority to make such a request. 1
•' ;ki>i>w of no one who would do it, unless it
Were some disappoiuted ' office-seeker or
... -some :'oue -like Air. Deuprey. The latter
.- . liiuiht possibly do it, but I do not think I
■ : would be, justified in delivering my interest .
• •' ip the .party over to a man who helped to
: destroy it. . Moreover, If I were to resign it
' - "would, be an admission on my part that 1
;. had .done wrong,' or else that. I had not
.- "served the party faithfully. Now the fact
of the matter is that 1 gave four months of
'. .-■;iiiy,;tinie, without expecting any return, and
: ■' the. ri-sult shows that th« great body of tlie
.party Was with me. Out of some 2.">,0W
'.■ .'.Democratic ballots cast, 13,000 were voted
■■ -straight and 10,000 more wept in with but a
- single scratch. That . certainly looks as it
' '.-the majority were with us, does it not?
. . •/• ."Now; as to Mr. Deuprey, a proposition
■ "-- Has already been made to let him in, but so
fires I'.wns.cor.ccuied 1 refused to give my
...consent to any such arrangement. To him
.: is dueii) large: part the defeat, and I for one
-' - • don't prqpo.se to let in that kind of people if
' T caopreveot ft , v
v '• . ' ?*■_-• \\ihl, NOT be ignoked. " <
■•=•-• "Aside' from all this the procipters of this
■ --''scheme seeuj inclined to overlook the County
-: Committee entirely, and it looks us if the
- . Iroquoii Club had forgotten that we repre-
: '.. . sent. the county organization and not the
■ State Central Committee. I fail to see where
.'the. latter has a right to interfere in local
: matters; and, if they'bave, we certainly
■; should, lie consulted first. This talk of re
!.. ■ -generation sounds very fine and looks very
'. ; well in print, but they will find that
... ■ they '.can't reorganize the party with wind.
• ..Neither can they do it by promenading along
. - i'llaxket street and down Keaniy, and talking
j : about it. Work is' what is wanted, and not
: fine speeches, and some of those ho are
. nies.i: deeply interested in our affairs would
-'■ •:db' well to organize their own counties, so as
: to carry them lor the Democrats before ln
'■' tgrf triug with us. No, you can say that 1
'. : have : .no intention to resign, and know of no
." number of the committee that has. = 1 think
'. ":.:we will stay just where we are at present, t
-.' «rid:T>ay no attention -to the ciies of a lot of
• ; disappointed aspirants. Of course, we are
: ■ 'willing to.do what is best for the interests
.'-. ; of lite •party, but I fail to see how our eet
... "ting. out of the fight would help matters
.. '.any/.' - ' - . - .-. -
STEAMKKS FOX THE JAPS.
'Contracts- Entered loto In England for
■ ■ V:; „• . Twelve Vr»>li. V ■<•>'■>- 'J
'■■• Among the visitors on ' Change yesterday
•' was James Jphnstone, 'superintendent of the
■ : ' '.^llppba-Vuaen KaUliu Steamship Company r
■ of Yokohama. Mr. Johmtone »ays that the
'.. . company he " represents ' own* ' filty-two
:'-. steamers, and while he was in England be
'; contracted to have twelve more built, six of
, v/iiicb, when completed, will run between
'' Yokohama and Australia, and six between
Yokohama and England. All will fly the
Japanese flag. ..;. *.•,,.
.'. The superintendent also states that his
. company- has entered into a contract to float
the schooner HaJcyon, a vessel well known
■ . here and owned in this port, She was blown
. ashore on the coast of Japan during a hurri
• cane a few ■• monlu9 ago • while running a
cargo of opium from China to some port on
this Coast. Belore she can be removed to a
safe launching place ways three miles in
leneth will have to be built across thft sand.
One of Sir. Johnstone's objects in visiting
this city was to endeavor to secure con-
t r arts for building in Japan some small
yes-els, Fay of from 100 to 200 tons burden.
He says tliey can be built cheaply in Japan,
and his company is now constructing some
on a novel principle. The vessels are sail
iug vessels with an auxiliary screw, pro
pelled by steam with the stern post of the
schooners made very wide, say ten to fifteen
inches. "
The screw is only two-bladed, and the
shaft is so arranged that when there is
plenty of wind and the screw is not working
it can be hauled up close against the stern
port, thus offering no obstacle to the vessel's
progress. Mr. Jolmstoue left for Vancouver
last evening where he will take the Partliia
for Yokohama,
OAKLAND- ALAMEDA.
Residents in tbe County Want
Another Town Cut Ont.
An interesting contest was urged yester
day before the Board of Supervisors of Ala- "
tneda County, on a petition of residents
within the territory bounded by the south
hue of Berkeley, Grove street extended, Al
catiaz avenue and aline on the foothills
east of Clareinont, to be set apart by the
Supervisors as a town of the fifth class un
der the code. The petition claims a popu
lation in the territory of 573, aud asked for
tlie name of Peralta. The proposition was
opposed by the heirs of Edson Adams and a
few others owning property in the district.
The petitioners claim that they want to be
incorporated so as to have sanitary improve
ments, sewers and improved streets. The
district includes New bury and Claremont.
After a long argument by attorneys for and
against. the matter was referred to the
District Attorney to presmt a written re
port next Monday.
The Board of Education referred the
charges vi inhuman treatment against Prin
cipal T. O. Crawford iv correcting a pupil
of the Prescott School to a committee for
investigation last evening.
BEFORE THE SUPREME COTJHT.
Thomas Carey, who was tried a couple of
weeks ago on a charge of atsauit with a
deadly weapon and the jury failing to agree,
will be brought before Justice Fox of the
Supreme Court to-day on a writ of habeas
corpus. The jury was brought into court
as having agreed upon a verdict, but upon»
being polled it was found that the, wrong
verdict had been sign 'd. The jurors were
sent out again ami failing to agree were
discharged. The defendant -claims he
should be discharged as " having been once,
in jeopardy." lie was before Judge Ells
worth on a writ of habeas corpus last week,
but was remanded on the ground that Judge
Gibson did not err when he sent the jury out
again.
■ County Superintendent of Schools-elect
George W. Frick tendered his resignation
as principal of the Tompkins School to the
Board of Education last evening, to take
effect January Ist
- A deed of trust has been given by Carrie
B. Kussell and others to the San Francisco
Savings Union to 311 acres in the Solo
Kauclio fur 615,000.
OH AH AGREEMENT OF SEPARATION.
I Mine years siuce Dr. J. M. Selfridge and
his wife tiled an agreement of separation, by
which be covenanted to pay her $70 per
mouth. Lust March, the doctor having
failed to pay for several months, suit was
brought for 5570, ami yesterday, by agree
ment, judgment was given for i-f-M and $13
costs. There is now tie besides S-"»>" addi
tional, accrued from March Ist last to No
vember Ist.
The suit of Biruilena C. Gardner vs. David
M. Gardner, commenced on Saturday, was
dismissed yesterday, the litigants having
made up their differences and the wife con
iio:iing the alleged past offenses aud cru
elties. ■ Cirtft' •..;:
E. C. Stone, who disappeared on October
30th, has returned to the bouse of his rela
tive in Oakland. He pretends to be unable
to give au account of himself.
THAT REPUBLICAN LAXXEI!.
It is said that the Li.s Aiucles Republi
can Club, now in pi ssessiou of the banner
sent down by Alaineda County in 18S8 to
that county as the banner Republican
county, declines to return the mm to Ala
inctia County, under the claim that it be
tong* to tlie county that gives tlie largest
niajurity in Presidential yeais.
• John O. Durham, a collector for the Home
of the Adult Blind, was called in the Police
Court on a charge of embezzlement, yester
day, but as the home is outs d- of the city
limits the c:-.se was transterred to Justice
Snook, and Durham was sent to the County
J*il. ■ <
George. Gottenyin yesterday afternoon
Frederick 11 se to rtccver S3OOO on a
promissory note and to foreclose a mortgag.:
or 160 i.cres of land mar Livermore.
•Eighteen of the SHXX) D-per-eent bonds of
Oakland were redeemed yesterday by City
Auditor Snow. illi*-?*
AlnnifcU.
■ U.P. Clark, the contractor, who was in
jured two weeks ago by bei"g thrown from
his buggy, died from inflammation of the
brain, caused by t he accident.
■The City Trustees did not meet last even
ing owing to the want of a quorum. Mr.
Mustick felt too tired from his overland
journey to attend, and Messrs. Volberg aud
Everett are on the sick list.
Justice By!er yesterday held William Call
and James Waterman, alias Levy, to appear
before the (superior Court to answer a charge
of burglary. '1 hey are accused of bavins en
tered the Lnubenheimer dwelling on Kail
road avenue and of stealing 556 therefrom.
■ Justice of the Peace elici Swasey has de
cided not to open his court-room at the West
Kill, as he once intended, but will locate on
lark street, thus making two Justices of
the Peace to tlie eastern end of the city,
while West End will be without any. j The
residents of the West End are not pleased at
this.
Conrad Stoize, who died at his homo on
Eighth street on .Sunday morning, left an
estate valued at $3000, consisting oi a lot
and improvements. His will was filed for
probate yesterday, bequeathing his prop
erty to Iris brother and, sister, each to re
ceive, an equal share. Herman 1 oelken aud
William Uoltz are" tne executors.
The Board of < Supervisors gave It. B.
Tappiiu yesterday a certitieute ot election to
the office of City Justice of Hie Peace. This
relieves the county Iroin further responsi
bility in the matter, and next January Tap
pan will appear before the Hoard of City
Trustees and ask that he be given a place to
hold his court. This will lie refused, and
he will then take legal pioceedings to have
his claim to the office mined.
Judge Greene delivered h:s decision} yes
terday in the case of Jacob Uoeck vs. the
Board of Fire Delegates, where n Hoeck
BOUKbttO have T. J. buntli removed from
tlie board on the ground that his election
was not a legal one. The decision is against
Mnithi and puts a quietus to a wrangle
• which lias disturbed i he Fire Department
circles tor a year and more. Judge Greeue
stales that Smith usurps and intrudes into
the office of fire Delegate and that he must
be ousted. Although Hoeck is named as
■he plaintiff iv the case, he practically with
diewfromit some mouths ago, and li. B.
Tappan pushed the ease to its determina
tion, beiug convinced that Smith had no
title to a seat in the Board of Fire Dele
sates. »
IS«rkelrr.
The flushing of the sewers >•> about com
pleted. It was much needed.
Lieutenant Randolph ill take the senior
class to inspect the cruiser San Francisco
some time next month. . -
The annual banquet of Theta Zeta Chap
ter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity will
be held on December Bth at the Mai-son
Riche in San Francisco.
Accord to the new school manual, class
rooms will be open and teachers on hand at
8:45 o'clock. This will be a great benefit to
the children during rainy weather.'
Union Thanksgiving services will be held
Thun-day morning in the Presbyterian
Church. Rev. E. T. Whittemore will deliver
the sermon. -All the pastors will participate.
A banjo class at the university is receiving
instruction from a teacher from San Fran
cisco. i It is proposed to form a club similar
to those existing in . Eastern colleges and
niakiug a tour with the Glee Club. -
Thefollowing estimates Imve. been decided
on as necessary for the different portions of
town building sites, < including South End
S'JOOO; North, $3000; West Berkeley. 52.T00.
Buildings East, 54000; North; $2000 : West.
$2<JOO. .-,
There was no opposition on Saturday to
the election of Freeholders and the fifteen
named a few days agO'wera elected. • Those
who were opposed to -it concluded to make
the fight after the board had recommended a
charter. . ; , - ■
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby wag rick, we gavo her Caitoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miv, the clung to Castoria,
When she bad Children, she gave them Caßtori*
auS ay BsTuTn
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
THE THEATERS.
♦'Little Pack" Draws Heavily
at the New California.
The Cleveltna Minstrels-The L:bcrati Con
cert— 1 ' Eigoletto " To-Nieht — General
Mention— Australian Items.
■ ■ . . . .
At the Baldwin last evening was given, by
special request of many German as well as
American citizens, the Dumas-Ludwig Bar
nay drama, " KearV' to .one of the largest
anil most elite audiences we nave seen since
Miss Clara Morris closed her exceptionally
brilliant engagement on Saturday evening
last Mr. Euiil yon der Osten, the leading
member of Madame Ottilia Oenee's German :
Company, assumed the title role and made
good work with it. although the entire play,
is lull of inconsistencies. . The Dusiness, for
example, between Kean and the lady, Anna
Dauby, is such as could have found no place
in any brain excepting a German's or
a Frenchman's. It is outside of the Anglo-
Saxon altogether. Yon Osten is a fine
looking fellow, could play Othello or Mac
beth, but is as much like Edward Kean,
physically, as Barbarossa was like a German
beer brewer. The Baldwin closes to-night
to the American public, but will remain open
to the Germans on Sunday.
Cleveland's Colored M lnntrel«.
Cleveland's j Colossal Colored Carnival
Minstrels began a short season at the Bush
street Theater last evening. The combina
tion is anything but a strong one, the enter
tainment given falling far short of expecta
tions. It is not exaggerating matters to fay
that the comedians, with one notable excep
tion, were dull, the singing ami dancing
commonplace, and the specialty business
much inferior to anything that we have had
here for some time past. The witticisms
of the emlmen had an antediluvian flavor,
and, in fact, it is a difficult matter to
single out any special feature of the per
formance for praise. Tim honors of the
evening were easily carried oft" by Tom Me
lutosh, who is a very capable comedian, and
his quaint dry humor and odd sayings com
pensated for a great deal of the dull me
diocrity that the audience were compelled to
sit out. They stood it like martyrs, and
took their medicine too without making a
very wry face. There was one feature that
in a measure acted us h panacea for the
nauMHtus dose and that was the capital
banjo playing of Tom Wiliaun. A pre
cocious yoiiDg-iter contributed two or three
songs in a high screechy voice that was
anything but pleasing to the ear. Nothing
further need be said about the performance.
The minstrels will appear uutil fuither
notice. •-:, ' • ■
Daniels' "Little ruck.".
The New California had the best audience
last evening that it has been graced with
this season. The audience was exceptional
in that, for the most part, there were all
young nan in the seals. If it had been a
convocation of Native Sons of the Golden
West, there could not have been so many
representatives of California's new period
as showed up to welcome Frank Daniels in
the "Little Puck" Company. Frank hiui
selr must evidently b« a favorite with
"young San Francisco." and Miss Bessie
fcanson, the Miranda Savage of the
cast, young, beautiful ami quiet In
action as she. is, must be the
toast of the boys in their convivialities.
The piece went like a charm. Daniels as
i'iickiugham Giltedae, in his dual character,
was quite as clever as of yore, and the mild
Jekyit-Hydn business between himself and
his son Billy (Arthur E. Muulton) was. the
principal feature. There is no reason why
" Little Puck " should not repeat its former
success in this city. Farce-comedy is the
rage at the present, mid in this exemplifica
tion of it we have tlte best given of late. It
is a laugh from beginning to cud.
The 'Liberal is' Concert,'
Which is an interlude to the Hess Opera
Company at the Orphans, was very liber
ally attended last evening. We have had
go many experiences of these splendid in
strumentalists th it it did not surprise any
body to see the large attendance. Musi • is
one of the rages just now, instrumental as
well as vocal, and when such a marked ex
ample of its possibilities can be given as
Liberal I'd Band gave last night, under fa
vorable conditions, it was no surprise that
the audience rose in applause to the concerted
as well as to the solo numbers. The "Lib
eratia" will bo appreciated to the full by and
by, win n there is more freedom to the ex
pression of public opinion. This evening
Mm legular opera company will appear in
"Kigoleito'' ■ with a star cast, embracing
Miss Franceses Gutnrie, Mr. Alfred Gtiille
and all the principal singers. The sale of
seats is quite large, and there-will, no doubt,
be a full house. ______
General Mention.
"Kigoletto" will be given at the Orplieuin
this evening with Miss Franceses Gutiirie
and a full star cast.
. Alfred Collier's "Dorothy" will be con
tinued at the Tivoli all this week.
At the Alcazar "7-3J-8," which his caught
on very closely, will be the attraction with
a Thßtifcsgivinß matinee on Thursday.
Arthur B. Chase is a very sick man, and
has letired from the management of Mar
garet Mather.
Francis Wilson regards Lawrence Barrett
as "one of the educators in the theatrical
profession, and one of the bravest men in
it." Wilson is a fare-comedy man.
A in.' r-t i tan Xhftfi tricalii.
Dates to the 25tli VI October.
Mr. James McMaliou, a member of the
profession in Australia, arrived here by toe
steamship Alaineda from Sydney on Satur
day last- His visit to the United States is
partly the outcome of an arrangement to
meet Air. Ellison in New Yore with regard
l" the future of the phonograph in the Colo
nies.
The veteran George Coppin has made
overtures to get the management of the The
ater liny ;il, on Bourke street, Melbourne.
Mr. George CM iln was playing "Ingo
uiar"ul the Opera House In Melbourne.
The performance was entirely compli
mentary in its nature, as Milu is in difficul
lies, financially. He says that when by any
chance he happened to make profits, they
were flittered away "on a crowd of people
who ran after him to be fed and wined."
Mr. Alfred Oilier left England October
13th for Australia. . -...-■
Miss Jennie Lee has made her reappear
ance in Melbourne as' the heroine in F. C.
Bui Hand's burlesque, "Black-eyed Susau."
Mr. Charles Sautley sang nis "Farewell"
to Melbourne audiences last Saturday night.
Coglll Brothers, the well-known " come
dians, who recently went insolvent, have
obtained an unconditional certificate of dis
charge from the Bankruptcy Court. -
; In the Melbourne County Court Mr. Wil
son, proprietor of the Bijou •. Theater, has
sued Missis. Brough and Boucic.iult for
£108 l.Vi, for rent ilue. This ; whs met by a
counter claim lor £5000 for breach of agree
ment to provide electric light. Verdict
given for claim, but execution stayed pend
ing result of litigation on larger claim.
The London Gayety Burlesque Company
is due in Australia, and will include Miss
Nellie Farren and Mr. Fred Leslie.
V.W. T. besi, the organist we expected here,
sailed for Great Britain from Sydney on the
steamship Orys. A large number of friends,
musical and , otherwise, saw him off. The
climate of Sydney is too humid for him, and
induces bronchial asthma.
The opera season is Brisbane lias been in
terrupted by the serious illness of Miss An- j
nic Montagu. . t . •
". Tenor \\iliiams, late of the Fisk Jubilee
Singers, . is practicing as a barrister . in
Wellington, 1 New Zealand. . Jin was seen
walking arm in arm with Lord Onslow at a
swell ball lately. . *." '■•:.■ sSjSSfSi!
AMONG THE TOILERS.
Will the MolderV Strike Be-
come a National Affair!
- At a meeting of ' the Iron-ir.oMers last
night ! a telegram was read from President
Fox of the International Union, wlio urged
I President Valentine of the local union to go
as ' a delegate .to ! the j convention :of [ tim
American Federation ot Labor, which will
meet :at Detroit : cm ? December . lOib. ':• The
striking uioldurs decided not to permit their
President to leave,' but to hate President
Fox present a strong letter to the American '
Federation, which It Is hoped will cause a
: strike ' assessment : to be levied upon all the
unions in the country, II this Is done the
; strike in ) this city will become a national
affair and* at least $60,000 a week would be
raised to | fighi the manufacturers' associn
■ tion. 'Die following donation!) were received
during the \ week: ; From the ' Foundrymea
of Albuquerque, ■'% N. il. ; I Iron-iliolders'
Union No. i 2lB, | Cleveland,; Ohio; Trades
Council of Memphis, Tenn.;. Typographical:
Union, No. 21, San Francisco . Granite Cut
ters of this city; Machinists' Union, No. CS.
Three more imported men left the struck
foundries yesterday, and will return East.
Two went out from Rlsdon Works, and one
from the Occidental foundary.
-;."", \ Price of Bfier United.
The unusually high price cf barley and
hops has caused the members of the Brew
ers' Protective Association Ito increase the
price of beer from $5 to $5 50 a barrel. The
brewery syndicate does not belong to the
association, but it is said that it will also
follow suit and advance its price. Some
saloon men say they will have to furnish
their customers with smaller glasses, while
others say thay will cheerfully stand the
raise, as it means - better pay for some of
their patrons, who will have more money to
spend in the saloons.
. The Boycott In Sacramento.
Charles . Grambarth, who was . sent to
j Sacramento by, the Federated Trades, to
protest against Judge Armstrong's aecision
in the Bee boycott case, says the boycott
will go on as though, do decision had been
rendered. The decision was not upon a hearing
of the case, as the dispatches implied, but
only upon: the demurrer of the defendants.
Th« case itself comes up for hearing next
week, and. in the meantime the boycotting
will be done in a more roundabout way.
Brewery Workmen.
The Executive Committee of the Brewery
Workmen has decided to donate $50 to the
striking core-makers Instead of purchasing
tickets for their coming ball. It was decided
also to send $300 more to assist in the boy
cott on Weiuiiardt's Brewery at Portland,
Oregou. Information was received last
night that that brewery's non-union hands
had also gone en a strike and applied for ad
mission to the union. This permission will
probably be granted them.
Ulacksinitlis and Horse-Shoers.' * •■
The blacksmiths, and borse-sboera say
that the boycott against T. Doyle's shop is
progressing. At a meeting of the union
last nis:ht addresses were made by Messrs.
Koxbury and Gannon of 'the Council of
Federated Trades on the- subject of boy
cotts. Committees from the Boot and Shoe
Makers' White Labor League also explained'
the difference between white labor. Eastern
and Chinese and urged the necessity of
patronizing home industry. .
.~3?. : \ Building Xrndea' Hull.
At a meeting of the Carpenters' and
Joiners' Union, No. 48.'*, last night the Sec
retary submitted it report in reference to
the plan of procuring a largo hall to be
used as headquarters for all the unions iv
the building trades. Good progress is being
made toward the establishment of such a
hall. It will be used also as a library, read
ing-room and general employment bureau.
Boot and Shoe Mnkcra. -
The Executive Committee of the Boot and
Shoe Makers' White Labor League has com
pleted arrangements for an anniversary ball
to be held at B'n&i B'rith Hall on the night
of December. 2oll). The Agitation Commit
tee of the league will appear before the
Alauieda Federation next week and point
out the necessity of booming California
made boots and siloes.
Journeymen Tntlors. . -
At a meeting of the Journeymen Tailors'
Protective Union last night it mas retorted
that the lockout at H. C. ISiMge & Co.s,
who were boycotted for refining to accept a
schedule of union prices, remained in an
unchanged condition. John M. Days was
Endorsed for Labor Commissioner.
! In- H.->riio»*-Mnkers.
The harness-makers report that business
is fair and that all the member of the union
are steadily employed. Information was re
ceived from Omaha list night that tne strike
of the saddlers and harness-makers la that
city is neunng an end In favor of the union.
Retail Shoe Clerk*. •
The Retail Shoe Clerk* 1 Association has
decided to hold an open meeting next Mon
day night and every shoe-dealer will be
asked to attend, as an effort will be made to
decide upon a suitable hour far closing the
stores. ' '
The 15o«-s» WVfrs.
It is stated by the members of the Box-
Sawyers' Union that business is falling off.
as there is only a light demand for boxes at
this season of the year.
Two More Mm-;.* Join*
The Plasterers Union initiated six candi
dates lust nipht and two non-union shops of
Monnox and Laughliu were reported to have
joined tiie union. v
Ministers of the Gospel
Are often greatly annoyed and their best efforts Im-
paired by Hoarseness, caused by protracted or undae
exertion of the focal organs. To such
HALES HONEY
OF HOREHOUND AND TAR
Is recommended as an efficient remedy, quickly
- .■■.:.:.>.- irritation of the Throat, and allaying an
lr.rluiiieJ condition or the larynx, thus not only giv-
ing temporary relief, but preventing many other
serious affection* or the Throat and Lungs. SoU
bjr ..'rugglsls.
Pike's Tootbache Drops Cure in One Minute.
ocZ4 tf FrTu '
if^ 3 !)) CAIN
I raai6VJwfi?| CAIN
| fflaiS-^EBy . ONE POUND
| nttf-nfl | ONE POUKD
i MUZ-UG \ ' A Day. .. :
5 A GAIN OF A POUND A HAY IN THE 1
J CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME "ALL j
RUN DOWN," AND HAS BEGUN TO TAKE ]
THAT REMARKABLE FLESH PRODUCER, |
SCOTT'S I
Emm
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH 5
Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda \
IS NOTHING ! UNUSUAL. THIS FEAT \
i has been performed OVER AND OVER |l
again. Palatable as milk. En-
1 dorsed by Physicians. Sold by all i' '
. 9 Da.uor.isTS." Avoid slustitutions and (
| IMITATIONS.' 2,'i;.Vr,V-< ) '■
** Wm *^ r^*leTTyTnThBn4 Wy
TRUTH
PAIII-.NTS PATE
FIFTY PER CENT
By Having Tbeir Prescriptions Dispensed
AT OUR PHARMACY. *
PURITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED/
- No ConimlsHUinii Paid Fhjalcluns.
No Percentage Pharmacy
1077 Market Street,
Three Doors Ea*t of Seventh/ S. F. I
no 13 3fn cod
Holiday Number
OF"
SCRIBNER'S
-. IS ■ ,
Out To-day
n i. 25 it a#
NEW WESTERN.
THE NEW WKBTEKN HOTEL OCCUPIES ONE
or the finest locations In San Francisco, the cor-
ner of Kearny and Washington streets, opposite the
plaza and City Hall. It la convenient U> the Po«t-
offlce, Custom House and United States Treasury
and lour lines or ears pass the door every taw min-
utes to all parti of the city, boats aud "olden Oate
l"ark, CMII House, etc. Is too model hotel at the
Coast, absolutely flre-proor, and only hotel In San
Francisco provided with nre-esrapes. Every room
Is large and airy, with perfect ventilation and mag- 1
nlflccutly famished. Table excellent. Price SI 25
to $2 per day. and accommodation equal to hotel*
ens reins double the amount. Free coach to and
Irom all trains. Special rates by the month. U AL-
LAGHEIt * STANLEY. Proprietors, noa tl SuTuF
ETOI lIUfV A " Gool> ' APPETITE AND
rUUIIU Refreshing Sleep by using s :
DR. LANE'S WINE TONIC.
% HALL BROS., MTrs, 834 CLAY STREET, v
.•-'c^j- •-■■'.■: noB BaTnThtt • :-
IWI fte'gt : -fe DR. HENLEY'S T ~~~
lAII A I bitters:
.■•«■■;- rot Dyspepsia and Indigestion. *■-- •'■
■ . '-- SOLD ' IJY ■« ALt '■■ UKAI.KKS.
Jy'27 SuTu tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
""WHAT TflE
druggists say
San Francisco, March 24, 1890.
Manufs Great Sierra Kidney and Liver Cure:
Gentlemen :— lt pleases us to
state that in our judgment Cali-
fornia productions are coming
to the front very rapidly. . In
the case of your remedy, as in
proportion to sales of any other
kidney and liver cure or medi-
cine for the cure of kidney and
liver disorders, THE GREAT
SIERRA KIDNEY AND LIVER
CURE IS THE BEST selling
article on our shelves, and is
rapidly on the increase daily.
Yours respectful!/,
COFFIN & MAYHEW,
20th and Mission Sts. Druggists.
COTTON SAIL' DUCKS
22-in.; in all numbers ; medium, soft and bard;
— ALSO —
HE ATT NAUGHT DUCKS.
WAGON AND DRAPER DUCKS,
in. 30 to ISO inches wide'
Monumental and Imperial Ounce Ducks
Manufactured by Mount Yemen Co., Baltimore
MUKPIIY, GRANT & CO.,
Sole Agents, Pacific Coast.
W. & J. SLOANE & CO.
641 to 647 Market Street.
iie-Fimiii
MADE EASY !
One-half (bo work tind worry avoided
nlieii all things necessary are found in
one establishment, and can be seen all
together and the effects of various com-
binations tried and nltered until satis-
factory results are obtained.
GARPETINGS
All grades, from the modest Ingrain to
the rich and elegant Wittous and Ax-
minsters. ' '. -■■.;
FURNITURE
All kinds, in nil the various woods and
of the latest patterns.
Upholstery Goods of Every Description.
No need to sacrifice Art and (in ii
Taste to Economy. We can furnish a
home with Carpels, Furniture, Cur*
tains, Draperies, etc., of low cost ri-
valing in artistic effect the most ex-
pensive goods.
W.&J.SLOANE&CO.,
641 to 647 Market Street.
?'•".' nolßTuTbSatf ' •*£'-'' : '■' I
Open for Business!
s.'gordan,
Successor to :
: Merchant Tailors
1 3 Kearny Street,
ARE READY FOR BUSINESS
WITH AN KNTIRE NEW STOCK OF '
IMPORTED GOODS.
WINTER NOVELTIES.
SUITS TO ORDER AT MODERATE PRICES.
-:,.:' >' - - no2B SuMoTuTII ' :
GOOD HEWS FOR THE BUND
BIGHT RESTORED TO THOSE PRONOUXCED
BUND FOB YEARS.
■ DR. I-A CHANGE'S New System of
Treatment for the removal of Cataract. In-
ilaimnation, Defective Vision j and all Dis-
eases of the.Eyfltoi7.Ao«l Operation or Pain,
cannot be made too widely known. His
treatment is simple and safe in it» nature,'
beneficial in its effects. The patient is sub-
mitted to no pain; surgical operation of
every kind and its attendant dnnuar is to-
tally avoided. ". DR. LA GRANGE may be
consulted daily from 11 till 3 at
806 Van Ness Avenue,
Near Ellis Street, San Francisco, Cat. •
.OC.tB I.in3p ■•••■-■ •'.-■ ■ ■-
Taxes-189D-Taxes j
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT A ■ CKRTI- 1 i
li fled copy of the assessment UooK of the taxable
property of the City and County of San Francisco,
; real estate, personal property anil Dnpont street .
widening, for die year 1890 has this day been re-
ceived; that the State, City ami County taxes for
said year are now duo and payable at the office of
the undersigned, first floor new City Hall. ' -- ■ r*~ -iH
. Notice Is alKo hereby given that taxes on personal
property for state purposes are also i due. : Taxes
will become delinquent on Monday, the 29th day or
December, 1890, at 6 o'clock p. m., and unless paid
prior thereto 6 per cent will bo added to the amount
thereof. ■ »-■ ■!.•-■: .=>—^-- ,--,.".■■ -v-i......~. r> ■'
' To facilitate business tax-payers will please send I
for their bills as early as posalnM. This course will
[ permit you to avoid the rusli later In the season. M
In order to accommodate tho*o unable to attend -
during Ihe day the office will be open in the evening "
from 7 to 9 o'clock from Monday, tbe Sj2d day of
December, until Saturday, the l!7tb day of Decent-
ber, both days Inclusive. • :- •*■-»•- ■• - '.-•■■■■ ... ::'•
■ N. Positively no shocks received after Friday,
December 10, 1890. „;.. - - -.-.,.• - -,"• |
;,.--, „-■■- .;.- THOMAS O'BRIEN. .; l
Tax Collector of tbe city and County or Sun *'ran-
.'-.; CISCO. ■■•.--:.-■••,-■,.-.:■•».,-■-,..; ■-••■»> r ,M
'■ Dated Monday, October 27. 1890. *~ '- -• no» '- - j
ECONOMICAL STEAMCOAL
;, LOADED ON VBS9KCS OB GABS, !
r-k, : .'-2-^-f/ in Ally Qua tity, :f ,.;.-; : ;.■■.*'_ „'■'■
. $5.4. per Tod o[ 2240 pounds,; to. b. :
PITXSBUKO COAL MINING COMPANY, !
ri.rVr*- Hi lloiiiiri Street, IS. JT, Lij|;"SgSs4 1
oc7 lv 3iu
Cranberry sauce
At Thanksgiving dinner,
Is relished alike
By saint and sinner.
And Now a : Few Words of Advice As to How
The Turkey Should Be Eaten!
Expect all the Dark Meat.
JDO3STT
Hanker After all the Dressing.
3DO3STT
I JU. J B .5 .
Let the Gravy Drop in Your Neighbor's Lap.
IDO3SFT
Waste Your Time on the Drumstick, But
Send Up Your Plate Again.
.. _ . •
Ask Questions of the Lady Next You That
Require an Answer for Time is Val-
■ uable at a Turkey Dinner.
IDOIST'T
Tell the Carver That He Knows Nothing
About the Anatomy of a Turkey, and Don't
Remark that He Hides Away the Tender
Pieces for Himself, Because if You Do You
Will Go Short Yourself. . |S
IDOIsT'T
FAIL TO ATTEND OUR
Special Thanksgiving
s.a.i-.:e3 i
AT WHICH, AFTER WEEKS OF PREPA-
RATION, WE WILL OFFER
1 Novelties in Every Line !
Attractive Neckwear, Dress Suits,
Fancy Hosiery, Stylish Walking Suits,
Handsome and Durable Business Suits,
Dressy Gloves, Nobby Hats,
Cape and Box Overcoats,
HI Well-Cut Trousers,
Dude Overcoats for Boys. i
EVERYTHING IS ABSOLUTELY NEW
AND SPECIAL AT THIS SALE. |
M. J. FLAVIN & CO.,
Olotliiers*
924, 926, 928, 930 Market Street,
i -r-, c-\ . , Tliroixgli to Ellis. > . j i? S !
i .> '<■ AMUSEMENTS. • ;
MX. M.U. LEAVJTi- . .Leases aud froiinaor
Wit. J.J. uuxxlojs ...i...»taoaiar
STANLEY OUTDONE ! AFRICA ANNEXED!
CLEVELAND'S
' COLOSSAL
'COLORED
CARNIVAL _ ; ; _ .
MINSTRELS';
SPECIAL MATINEE
THAJJKSGrIVIISrC3- DAY. .
HEW' CALIFORNIA THEATER. --;
Handsomest Theater in tiio World. ; .
MR. AL. HAY-MAN Leasoe ana Proprietor .
MK.HARItV MANN ...Mlin«ar .
ONLY FUN IN" TOWN!
Extra Matinee Thanlissl vine Day ',
FRANK DANIELS
-AND HIS BIG COMEDY COMPANY.
- — 1 vcr.rDiNO
MISS BESSIE BAUSON,
In a New Edition of that runny Play, .
"LITTLE_PUCK!"
MATINEES
Thanksgiving Day and Saturday. . _^_
KKELIN i iHt05. ......... iToiiriutors aud M;tua;sri
This (Xue»<lay> i:v.-niii^, November "'." tli,
And During the Week,
DDD OO RRB OO TTTT H H V T
DDO OR RO OT_HHYY
D D O I) HER O O JO HUH YY'
D DO OK RO O T^H H V
. DDD OOBROO THHY . ■
. IN VREPAUATION,
, TUB GRENADIER !
Popular Prices— 2sc and sOc.
~"" ALCAZAR THEATER.
Wali.enhod & Stock well. Lessees and Manj'orj
: last : 10 EirRT ': crowded :
: week. : ilHuunl, : booses. :
Benefit "Independent Old Friends."
AUQUSTIN DALY'S COMEDY, ?.■
— so — B
INTKRr'RHTKI) BY . .
ALLEN HOD & STOCKW'ELL'S COMPANY!
' : MATIN KB THUKSDAY :
■ ■; : '• ; (Than' ft^ivini; Day). :
, ■ ; beats Now Ready: ._..:
■ — NEXT IV I!HK ■
"HQUEF
ORPHEUM OPERA HOUSE. i
Gustav Waltkr. ; . . .Sole Proprietor and Al%na;*r
To-Nlght (Tne>day), November »r>tli, ' •
Grand IToUuctlon of Verdi's Tragic Opera, "
'* H. I Gr OIjBTTO,"
. BY THK— '
CD. HESS GRAND OI'ERA COMPANY
With the Full Strength of the Company. • -
GCTIiKIK, GL'ILLK and MI-.KTKNS In the Cast.
Wednesday Mitinee, Nor. 2(ith. anil Thanks- ■
. . KiTiiiK-Uay Matinee. -Nov. JTtli,
Monster Concert by the Famous Llberati Band
Thankssrivini; Evening, Nov. i7th, *
GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL. MUSIC BY THE
LIISKKATI BAND ami elaborate production of
Verdi's "11, TROVATORE" by the C. D. HESS
GRAND OPERA CO., Moori, GullU and Mertens
In the cast. . ' .__
Matinee Prices— - Jsc and 50c. - . '
Night Prices— 3sc. 50c jrl 7dc: Boi Seats. >I.
HEW WIGWAM, :
Cor. Jones and Eddy sta.
Iv aid of Relief Fund of Lincoln Post, No. 1. O. A. R. -
A WK X OF W i: : NO PKACE
Coiniuehclng Monday Kveninj?, November *J4tli,
. . COLON J. IiOLMEh GKOVKK,
Now la the Eighth Consecutive rear of Colonel
- _ . tirover's
A»l KIC A. " . . ,
■ " Our Own Beautiful United States," .
Introducing tbe entire United States Government
,•-■; ■-..-■•. collection of- • -. ■ ■ .
BR I'Y WAIt • VI-KWS. - ■
75,000 square yards of Choicest Scenery, ■ .
2000 nißbts in America and Europe.
Patrons— Tne royalty of Kurope and the Done, sinew
■ and aristocracy of Aimjric.i.
Six Nights and Two Illuminated Matinees. [-:•;..
Th.irik-v_'ivm.r Day at 2. Saturday at 9. . - '.
■• 185 SCKNKS EACH KVK>i.%G. ~ *
The Fifth United States Artillery Baud will be la ■' i
attendance each evening and render selections of ',
choicest music. '
Admission 25 cents. Children 15 cents.
•.■•■■■ ■■ Commences at 16. • uo2*2 8t
PACIFIC COAST BLOOD-HORSE ASSOCIATION.
RACES! jgsjjjgj^£ RACES!
BAY DISTRICT TRACK.
. SECOND RECULAR DAY, i^k
TUESDAY .........NOTEMBEU 35, 1890. •.'
FOUR GRAND RACES
First Race at 8 o'clock P. SI.
Admission to Track and Grand Stand, VI. ' ■ .*•
ARIEL LATHKOP. Presldont. .
E. S. Culver. Secretary. •• ■■ " -.--. • noil ■• . .
" MECHANICS' PAVILION. •■". '." ./.
Entertainmeut a (brands l'ral«! ■ • . •
ANNUAL • ;
¥=ELKS=¥
CARNIVAL .:
IN Air» ON ITS CUAIMT Fir ■• I>.
THANKSGIVING EVK, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26.
UKAND ALLEUOHICAL PAGEANT! '
MAGNIFICENT HISTORICAL FLOATS' : ■"»*
CHARACTERISTIC IHVERTISSEMEXTS!
SUrERB AMAZONIAN MARCH IN, A BLAZE
■ ■ • OF lEWKLS: •■
PUISSANT CALCIUM TRANSPORTATIONS r~. "'.*
GRANDILOQUENT PRELUDE BY 'LEADING
JIEMISEKS OF THE THEATRI- JM
CAL PROFESSION I . - . .' . .
Every Theater Will Be Represented. "
Music by Cairirin'.s l*ark B:mtl cif .'SO pieces. '.
ADMISSION. ■ ONK l'«»I I.AI. ."
-2__ 1109 16 23 2*.'^? 26 6t . .
THE OLYMPIAN CLUB ■"
ROLLER SKATING RINK
• (Entire Mechanics' Pavilion)
Now open at a first-class' place or popular »niui>
incut, where pood order and decorum are ' •
. rigidly enforced. . - • -" ■
5000 Pairs or the ; Latest Roller Skates. V
' ; 60,000 Square Feet of New Maple Mifface.
ADMISSION, AFTEKN00N5.:......:..'..-...1Q0 ■
: --;-v-'- KVKMNGS, |K;^«
FIRST GRAND~FETE NIGHT,
. . TUESDAY. NOV. 35TU. ■ . ■
AGIXTON (the Monnrrh). IN FA.VCVSKATISG.-.
■ UK. RIDGKLT of the Olympian CInB Against . ■
- J. WOLDSTEIN. Champion of Call- ;;; ;."
. . foruia, raciiiu.' ' . . .
' No lnrrmio in Price of Admission. .-'' ••*.
»»- The Rink will be open Wednesday morning ■
and afternoon, but will be closed Wednesday iilimi, ■
aud re-oueued on Thursday iiiornliigat 10 o'clock.
- * iiol3 tf
ADELEAUSDEROHE. : •'
V "AMERICA'S OUKATEBT PIANISTE." ..
" Tho test Lady JPiano Virtuoso Ever Heard Here'. 1 - \
«FINAL CONCERTS IN SAN ' FRANCISCO** - '
1 KTISC HAI. I. '—■''■ .' ".
-;■> -■:■ '«k-'"- 1 .-. ! : :■ "■ .
SECOND AND I.AST PIANO RKCITAL . '
Tuesday Evening °. November 25, 18H0.
Admission $1 00 (including Reserved Seat).' ; ■
SECOND AND LAST ORCHESTRA!, MATINEE .
'. . Friday Afternoon, November. 3.8, ISjO. '.
~' Admission fl 00. • Secured Seat »1 50. "
,V; FotltlTely No Free Lint. .'; "": ■". * '• "j ■: ■
igr TICKETS NOW on sw.r ,->»
At Matthias Gray Co.'s, '.'O6 and 203 Tost street.
nuai tf
MR. AND MRS. BItKWS DANCIMU AUAO- BiT"
l'l •my, 71 Now Moatiiaincr/ St.— New ar- jf3
raneemvuts: tuition reduced; dancing learnad ." -P
at little cost; eencs axciuslrely (bejtlunsri). U4H
Mondays. Wednesdays; Ladles (beginners). L'aji- ,
nayB.fuundays; soueoj Saturday cwiiii«t;iiri»»;j
j lesDuusiuiiv. •*-,smr*vi#kp3Q§r?t* 4e'ili£j ; s;l«^
317-319 Kearny Street, bet. Bush and Pine.
SCIENCE ' HAS ' CONQUERED • - OUR ' SYSTEM •
JOB TESTING AND AUJOSTINB to correct
any error of retraction is used on this Cout ONLY 1
BY US. and is indorsed by the lendlnz autlmrltief ..
. tnrouglumt the United States us XHEIItST KNOWN " *
TOSCUiNCK. Ajiereut nt guaranteed. EXAMI-
NATION KEEK. , Our manufactory and facilities ;■■"
are the best In tin- United States. - Opera. Fluid aud
Marine uiaa&es. All kinds of Optical good* repaired.
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