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THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Passing Through a Period of
Engagement Announcements— Frank-Hyman
. Inptials-A Golden Wedding-Parties
to Take -Brief Rotes.
As Easter draws nigh society slowly con
centrates itself once more in the metropolis.
The period of rest is not without its peculiai
■ charms. Many have been employing the
comparative quiet to balance up social ac
counts, and informal calls and cosy chats
have done much to smooth over any little
inequalities of the past season and to de
velop new ideas and new plans for future
enjoyment. Theu again, in the serene
quietude of Lent sweet charity scarcely
needs to raise her voice to attract attention,
and the Art Loan Exhibit has been profiting
accordingly. Reflection, too, seems favor
able to confidences, and confidences to the
evolution of engagement announcements,
which I gin to promise a rich up.-priuging
of weddings this spring.
The officers of the Presidio are making
arrangements to give a large reception there
Tbe Misses Sherwood entertained a num
ber of friends most enjoy-ably on Thursday
evening at tl.tir residence on Post street
An orange festival will Be given .it Grace
M.E. Church, on the comer of Capp and
Twenty-first streets, Dr. McCli pastor,
next Thursday evening. The principal fea
tures tf the evening will be an old-time
sewing-bee by six little women, also Miss
Sallie G.ss and twelve pupils in orange
Mrs. Sei gave a remarkably pleasant
drive-whist parly on Friday evening at her
residence, 121G Washington street. Among
■ those present were the Misses Whiltier, Mr.
and Mrs. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Misses
Forrester, Mr. 11. Barron,|Messrs. Scott.
An enjoyable dramatic representation and
ball, for lire benefit of Mr. Henry Maret,
: was given last evening at the San Francisco
Turn Bail, on Turk street. Those taking
part in the Play were: <>J.\> Mai I, Charles
• Meritzcn, Gretchen Bartiuann, Henry Ma
■ ret, Elsie llerteii, Anna Tebly, George
' Ernst, O. Carqne. Emma I'lanz, William
Kiev, Marie Frohlich, Herman Baum, Will
iam M intz, F. Straub, Christian Meyer, Al
beit Hoffman, Ferdinan i Munch.
Mr. anti Mrs. J. Jacobs gave an enjoyable
little "at home" ou Saturday evening at
:li t-i elegant residence, 1130 O'Farrell street.
It was in honor of tin daughter, Miss Es
telle Jacobs, who charmingly received the
limited number of friends. The* floors ss-ere
canvassed for dancing and recitations and
music varied the evening's informal enter
tainment. A delicious supper was served
•by Cosln about midnight and dancing was
afterward resumed till about 3 o'clock.
Follow is the corrected cast of "Girofle-
Girofla" to De produced on Tuesday, the 7th
ix..;-t the Grand Opera Honse, for the
benefit of the Art Association: Girofle-
Girofla, .Mrs. Mary Wiman Williams; Au
rora, Mr. 11. J. Stewart; Paquita, Miss
Mane Williams; Marasquin, Mr. Donald de
Vi-rire Graham; Mourzouk, Mr. George A.
Hall: Bolero, Mr. Louis Sloss Jr.; I'edro.
Mr. E U. tie Pun ; Pirate Chief, Mr. Ar.irtdoe
Joullin; Matamorns, .Mr. George '.V. Nagle.
. Cob nel Peter J. Donahue entertained «
- Governor Downey and a few other friends
at dinner on Thursday evening at the Hotel
- Nade.ii:, Los Angeles.
Amonc the interesting marriage cere
monies of the i.ear future will be that of
Miss Brownie Sedgwick, the accomplished
daughter of Hon. John Sedgwick and a
sister of Mrs. T. T. D.rgie of Oakland, to
Mr. Frederick A. M iritt, a nephesv of the
late Dr. Samuel Menitt. The wedding will
take place in about six weeks at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Dargie, and the
recent bereavement in Miss Sedgwick's fam
ily will make the ceremony a very quiet one.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Maggie G. McGovern, daughter of the late
Philip McGovern, to Mr. Samuel J. Ruddell,
the official head of the Chinese Bureau of
tlie Custom-house in this city, and the pop
• ular Captain of Company H, Second
Brigade, N. G. C. The ceremony will take
Dlace shortly after the lenten season in St.
The engagement 13 announced of Mr. Jo
sew; M. Strauss to Miss Rose B. Feig.
Tne engagement is announced of Miss
Ethel Allison ol Watsonvllle and Mr. Arthur
Dresser, formerly ot San Jose, but now of
Watsonvllle. The marriage will take place
about tne loth inst.
There is considerable merriment among
the intimate friends of Miss Lila le Fevre
of Alameda over a mistake that Mas ap
peared in print. Her sister. Miss Jennie le
Fevre, instead of herself, was reported soon
to be luarrir 1! to Mr. A. Stcubibt, the well
- The engagement of Miss Florence Gleason
"- and Mr. U. T. Vandervourt of I'asadeua is
Invitations have been issued for the wed
ding 'I Miss Josie Jacobs of Portland to
Mr. Morris Bloom of this city. The cere
mony takes place at the residence of the
■ bride's parents in Portland on March -..'tb.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss
Alba llouser and Mr. John B. Franklin of
. A marriage has been arranged between
Miss Flora Ackerman, daughter of -Mr. and
Mrs. 11. S. Ackerman of 803 Tenth street,
Oakland, and Mr. Charles Feltenheimer of
M- i.t- iy. Mo.
The engagement of Miss Estelle Il.rgan, a
• firmer pupil of the Annie Wright seminary
of- Tacoma, is anmunced, to Lieutenant
• Wbolleyof Fort Sherman.
On the 15th of March Mr. E. C. Sterne,
will be married to Miss Bnrtba Kaufman,
'youngest daughter of Mr. Alex Kaufman,
'iii.- tereniouy will take place at the Con
cordia Club moms in Portland.
The engagement is announced of Miss
-. Susie E. Woodward, only daughter of Mrs.
• ; J. Btundt cf Portland, Oregon, to Mr. F. 0.
. Downing of the Al • ska Gold Mining Com
• pany- formerly with Goodall, Perkins & Co.
of ibis city. Both are popular young people
. ' and prominent in society circles in Portland,
. where ihey reside.
Miss Ida MeKenney of San Jose is to be
married in Jul. to a gentleman residing in
Portland, Oregon, 'Die young lady is the
eldest uaughier of the late Hon. D. C. Me-
Kenney, District Judge ol Lander aud Nye
counties. She was born in Austin in the
State of Nevada.
The Kr.-t 11 1,-1 lyttt_.it Wedding.
A notaole wedding on Tuesday was that
o' ex- Assembly man Louis J. Frank, Secre
tary of the S. H. Frank Tanning Company
of. Redwood City, to Mi-- Tessie Hyman,
' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Hyman
-.I the farm of Hyman brothers of Honolulu.
j 'lhe ceremony was solemnized at the
| handsome residence of the bride's parents,
1 1946 California street, which had been artis
tically decorated throughout under the su
* pervislt nof Miss Maty Bates.
Rev. Dr. Falk V Ida performed the cer
emony in the presence of a large assemblage
of relatives and friends. Congratulations,
• followed and many were the good wishes
showered upon the los'ely bride and her for
tunate husband, An elaborate wedding
supper was afterward served and the cele
bration of the auspicious occasion was pro
• longed to a late hour with appropriate fes
' tivities. Ballenberg's Orchestra furnished
. music throughout the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank have left for a South
ern trio aul will thereafter take up their
• residence at .Memo Park.
A Coming; Entertainment.
Miss Kuthlynne H'-ron is slowly, con
valescing from a threatened attack of "brain
fever. Since last September she has been
) ■ unable to fuliill any engagements. Her
physique has beeu unequal to the strain
made upon it by her intensity and intellectu
. ality. A benefit will be tendered her at Irv
ing Hall, Saturday evening.
The entire programme will be rendered
■ by young ladies, pupils of Mrs. Edna Snell
Poulson, as follows: Bccitatlons by Miss
Kathryn Daly— "The Story of th" Faithful
Soul" (Adelaide Proctor). "Miss Murphy
Consults a Medium" (Henry Uatton); dra
• matic monologue, "Behind the Curtain,"
cast— Mrs. Bellamy (imaginative and timid),
Miss Sadie Di kern-on; recitations by Miss
Elizabeth Phillips — "The Passing of a
• Her..' (Men Perry). "The -Secrets of the
Mi-:. it (Arthur Dub-on); comedy scenes
from "The Hunchback," Miss Helen Flor
rtive Meyer: recitation hy Miss May Holmes,
• 1 lir* Story sir Bcdcvere Told" (Tennyson);
r. ma lea by Mi- Kiihua Beveridge, "To
mnrriw at Ten" (Nora Terry); dramatic
monologue, "A \\ omau's Retaliation" (tran
scribed and arranged from the French by
Mrs. SneJl Poulson— first presentation on
any Stage), cast— Madam (a youthful wife
with ii grievance;. Miss Gibbs, Monsieur
(invisible but emphatic); comedietta, "A
Siaitling Announcement" (Mrs. Edna Snell
I'oulsoii— first pull presentation), east
ton young artists embryonic and incog
Some eighty of the lending society ladies
of Sau Fraucisco nnd Oakland are among
' tire patronesses of the entertainment, which
insures its social as well as artistic success.
Th.. 1) .!<■!, i Goideu Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dolchy pleasantly
el- bruit their golden wedding last even
i nt ai the residence of tbe hitler's sister,
Mrs. D. .emery, 332 Shotwell street.
The happy pair were married in 1841 in
New Yoik City, and although both bear the
inevitable imprint of an eventful half
century, yet their many friends hope to
congratulate them on many future anni
versaries together. They have been the
parents of twelve children, threo daughters
being now living— in this city, another
In Pomona and the third in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Dtdchy is also a bai.py great-grand
mother, and was surrounded by many of the
younger branches on this occasion.
The parlors were liamDomely decorated,
a noted feature being the floral tributes sent
by friends. A large number of friends called
to offer their congratulations ana good
wishes to the respected couple, and many
handsome presents were received.
An interesting object shown by Mrs.
Doleliy was her wedding-ring, which, by
the natural attrition of fifty years, had been
worn completely through, and would
scarcely bear handling. A similar destiny
had touched the wedding certificate, frag
ments of which were scanned by many in
terested and sympathetic eyes.
Tlie Sons of Vermont.
The Vermonlers will give their March en
tertainment and dance next Friday evening
at Old Fellows' Hall. As the first under
the new management considerable interest
attaches to the meeting, a feature of which
will be the appearance of a new soprano,
Miss Jcannie Winston from Los Angelas.
The new President, Mr. F. Dillingham, is
a true-blood Veruionter, being a son of
Paul Dillingham, the distinguished Gov
ernor of that Slate, and brother of ex-Gov
ernor Dillingham, also of Vermont, The
association— a purely social one— is twelve
years old, and while in die first place com
posed of native sons of thoGreen Mountain
stale, is always open to applications from the
general public lor social membership. Its
monthly entertainments are amoni the most
marked social events in the local category.
A Pleasant Birthday Party.
A pleasaut surprise party was given to
Miss Lena Greninger, at the residence of
her rents, Mr. and Mrs. I). Greninger. the
cession being tl.e anniversary of her birth.
Tlie evening was pleasantly spent in danc
ing nnd other amusements.
The guests were kindly received by Miss
Lilly Trueworlby and Miss Pauline Grenin
ger, after which dancing was inaugurated
under the able management of Professor J.
Danes. At about 11 o'clock the grand
march was formed by the hostess, escorted
by Mr. Rob O'Connell, who then led the
wav to an elaborately ireiared supper
table, upon which attention was centered
for the time being, alter which dancing and
games were resumed until the small hours,
vv lion all dispersed well pleased with llieir
evening's enjoyment and wishing their kind
hostess many happy returns of the day.
Among the ladies present were: Mrs.
Trueworthy, Mrs. Edelman, Mis. Truen,
Miss Emma Greuinger, Miss Lilly True
worthy, Miss Birdie Nelson, Miss Pauline
Greniiiger, Mi-s Jennie Ross, Miss Annie
Beaton, Miss K. Trueworthy, Miss Kittie
tießton, Miss Julia Greninger, Miss Josie
Walcom, Miss Galverer, Miss Lillie Blair,
Miss Tittle, Miss Ardlington, Miss Ulmer,
Miss Heuer, Miss Maud Htrleman, Miss
Helen Rent, Miss Emily Hainque, Miss
Birdie Camp, Miss Thierbacb and Miss
Among the gentlemen were: Messrs. R.
O'Connell, 11. Flood, ('. Root, C. Derham,
F. L. Rickoff, Frank Watson, G. C. Cag
liere, J. Graves, Will Hynes, O. yon Rheln,
XV. (air, J. W. Holmes, De los Murphy,
George Granier, A. Kuler, Harry Dott, P.
Wilson and C. II tick.
Farewell Party at Ilollister.
For the past eight years Mr. W. B. Winn
has ably managed and conducted the Free
Lance at Hollister, San Benito County.
During this time he has zealously advo
cated according to his lights the best inter
ests of the community. Having recently
disposed of that journal in order to engage
in business in San Francisco, a few friends
assembled nt the residence of lit. ami Mrs.
J. 11. Tebbetts on Saturday evening to bid
his estimable wife and himself adieu. The
evening was most enjoyably paused svitb
vocal and instrumental music and all the
amenities of social intercourse. Those
present were: Mrs. Breen, Mrs. Hall, Miss
Conover, Mr. ami Mr-. Lowe, Mr. auil Mrs.
Van Buskirk and Mr. Will Actou.
Party in Oakland.
A very pleasant surprise party was ten
dered to Miss Elizabeth Ward on the oc
casion of her twentieth birthday anniver
sary, nt the residence of Mrs. Jerona Greer,
SCO Thirty-fourth street, Oakland.
The entertainment opened with an ad
dress by Master Warren Greer, followed by
banjo soles by Mr. E. C. Mullen, Mr. Will
i..m O'Connor, Mr. Jacobs and several piano
solos by Miss May Greer. Dancing followed
until 11 o'clock, when a bounteous supper
was served to the guests.
The following well-known people were
present: Mr. and Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Sher
man, Mrs. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Powers,
Miss Maggie McGowau, Miss Woodsvorth,
Miss Lena Glover, Miss May Greer, Miss
Detrich, Miss R. Silvery, Miss M. Molln,
Miss May Brooks, Miss Eliza Ward, Miss
Neva Faruo, the Missies May and Carrie
Brown, Miss Josie Folster; Messrs. W.
O'Connor, W. Summers, K. B. McAli9ter,
D. Corey, Henry McCready, T. McGowan,
C. Gates, W. Merrick, Vincent Bailey, XV.
Greer, Warren Greer, R. Jacobs. M. Mc-
Donald, Robert O'Lauder, W. Smith. The
entertainment ended with a song, dance
and banjo selection by Messrs. E. G. Mul
len, William O'Connerand .Mr. Jacobs.
Parties to Take Place.
An entertainment will be given at Irving
Hall on Saturday evening nest for the bene
fit of Miss Catherine llerou by Mrs. Edna
Snell Poulson, assisted by the following
talented young ladies of the senior class of
Snell Seminary, Oakland Miss Eva Doyle,
Miss Ella Shaw, Miss Sadie Dickenson, Miss
Dora Craig, Miss Lulu Brim, Miss Gertrude
Lampson, Miss Elizabeth Phillips and Miss
Golden State Parlor, No. 50, N. D. G. W.,
will give an entertainment and dance at
Irving Hall, Post street, on Friday evening,
April 3d, when the tableau of "California
Throwing Oil the Mexican Yoke" will be
Young Ladies' Institute No. 14 will give
an entertainment ami social at Union
square Hall on Easter Monday evening,
the 30th iust.
Alcatraz Circle, No. 58, C. 0. F., will give
their first Limiversary ball at Union-square
Hall next Saturday evening.
Unity Lodge, No. 273, I. 0. B. 8., will
give its fourteenth aDnis'ersary ball at B'nai
B'ri'h .ill on Wednesday evening next.
Phoenix Council, No. 7*9, A. L. of Honor,
will hold an entertainment and social at
Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street, on
Wednesday evening next.
The La Voltas will be "at home" in Mi
nerva Hall on Friday evening next
The Scandinavian Society will give a spe
cial ball next Saturday evening at Saratoga
Hall in celebration of its second anniver-
Pocahontas Council. No. 3, I. O. R. M„
will give a grab-bag parly and social enter
tainment at Ruby Hall, Red Men's Build
ing, mis evening.
Social Council, No. 46, O. C. F„ will hold
its regular monthly .social on Thursday
evening next in Washington Hall, Red
Men's Building. '
A fan party will bo given by the pupils
and patrons of Professor A. A. Sanders and
Professor A. M. Canel next Thursday at
Union-square Hall, 421 Post street.
A maple-sugar party will be given by
Irvine's dancing classes at Academy Hall,
927 Mission street, next Wednesday evening.
Starr King Lodge, No. 19, Legion of the
West, will hold its regular monthly euchre
party next Wednesday evening.
The Heliotropes will give their inaugural
lion at Onion-square Hall on Tuesday even
ing, the 31st lust.
Tho Del Monies have Issued Invitations
for their eleventh hop, to tako place at Odd
Fellows' Hall, on Tuesday evening, April
"in. As usual, it will be an evening-dress
Invitations are out for the second select
hop of the Nydias, to take place at Odd Fel
lows' Hull on the 31st inst.
The Berlins will give their first party
after the lenten seasojd at Odd Fellows'
Hall on Wednesday evening, April Ist.
California Lnd^e, So. 113, Sons of Benja
min, will give a Piuiiu bull on the 22d inst.
The Closer Club lias issued elegant invi
tations for its eleventh reception, to be held
at Union-square Hall on Friday evening.
April 3d. Dancing will be confined between
tne hours of 8:30 and 12 o'clock. Refresh
ments will be served. All invitations,
which have been limited to about 100
couples, must positively be presented at the
Templar Rebekah Lodge will hold an
open meeting Saturday, the 21st inst. A
fine programme will be followed by dancing.
The Racquet Club has issued invitations
for lis sixth anniversary parly, to take place
at Odd Fellows' Hull April 4ili.
The Elite Club will give its eighth anni
versary social at B'nai B'rith Hull on April
The Peerless Club - will give its first an
niversary party at Odd Fellows' Hall Thurs
day evening, April 9th, Instead of Tuesday
evening, April 7th, as announced. . -
Hesperian Parlor, No. 137, N. S. G. W.,
will hold their second anniversary party at
Odd Fellows' Hall on Wednesday evening,
Young Ladies' Institute, No. 3 svill give a
dramatic entertainment Wednesday even
inn, April Bth, in Union-square Hall. The
drama is entitled "Cast Adrift," and the
female characters svill he assumed by mem
bers of the Young Ladles' Institute, No. 3.
The "Tourists' will give their second
patty at Odd Fellows' Uall on the 21st prox.
Society I'll s. trials.
Mrs. E. B. Crocker and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gillig have left for New York, where
they Intend to reside henceforth.
Lieutenant aua Mrs. E. J. Doru, U. S. N,,
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. MONDAY. MARCH 9, 1891-EIGIIT PAGES.
from the Patterson, are in Los Angeles vis
Mrs. G. M. Whitley of Suisun is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Lieutenant C. M. Per
kins, on Mare Island.
Lieutenant-Commander George A. Norris
and Mrs. Norris ore expected here about the
end of the month. The Omaha is en route
from China to Panama to receive a new
crew, and will probably arrive here about
Mrs. Runinna Billiard and family have
returned borne to this city, after a pleasant
three weeks' visit in San Luis Obispo.
Mr, and Mrs. W. 11. Crocker have re
turned home from a pleasant trip of a few
weeks in the south.
Mrs. Theresa Fair will probably spend
Easter at Del Monte. She will not co East
again until next winter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Follis have purchased
a eottase in San Rafael which, after sub
mitting to extensive improvements, they
contemplate occupying- during the sum-
Mrs. Isaac Tnimbo is being entertained
at the home of her mother in Bait Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yates have been re
siding for the past seven months in Chisle
hurst, Kent.* Mr. Yates, however, spends
much of his time in his studio in London.
Mr. Tallant, who accompanied his
mother, Mrs. 11. J. Tallant, and his wife on
their trip to Coronado, retured ou Friday to
his home in this city.
Mr. Lansing Mizner is confined to his
house with a severe attack of rheumatism
in the foot.
Mr. G. W. Hume. Mr. L. C. Hume and
Miss Home of Oakland are at San Diego.
Mr. P. J. I) n line is at Redondo Beach.
Mr. John A. Hooper has returned home
from tht- south.
Among the visitors at Redtnio li • aeh is
Mr. G. W. Chandler.
Dr. and- Mrs. Paolo de Vfci'hi will pass
much of the Bummer in San Rafael.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Follis have purchased
a place at San Rafael, and lire making ex
tensive additions to the residence. They
will reside there during the summer mouths ,
Mr. Frank Ungcr was here on a visit last
Saturday. Ho is with the Gilligs in Sacra
mi nto lit present, and will shortly return to
Europe with them.
Miss Adele Mnrtel has returned from _ a
visit to the Mattel Villa, near Muuntaiu
Lieutenant Quail rough left for a month's
visit to the East on Thursday evening last.
Mr. Charles .1. Baldwin is visiting New-
Second Lieutenant Sydney A. Cloman of
the First Infantry, who arrived hero
Wednesday in command of Company G, is
the man who captured Bad Hand. This In
dian is the one who killed Lieutenant Casey,
and Lieutenant Cloman has been congratu
lated on his capture.
Mrs. W. 11. Mills, her two daughters and
the Misses Doyen and Sharon have returned
to the city alter a pleasant visit to Los An
geles and vicinity. While in the south they
were storm-bound in Aziisa and Ontario.
Their experience in crossing the raging San
Gabriel was filled with "movingcircum
stances" and imminent perils. They tra
versed the bowlder-cumbered torrent on a
Stuilebaker farm wagon that toppled on
two wheels as it was met broadside by the
funning torrent; but happily they reached
the farther shore in safety.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Van Wyck and Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Marsh utz have been visiting
at the Redondo Beach Hotel. "> "-'-.-
Miss McKarron of Aigeltno Heights Los
Angeles, comes to Sun Fraucisco next week
for an extended visit.
Assistant Surgeon W. E. Hopkins, who Is
on leave from Fort Columbus, N. V., is at
215 Geary street.
Mr. George 1). Dornin of Ibis city was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wetherby of
Pasadena last Monday.
Mr. 11. B. Isaacs, a banker of Washing
ton, is at the Richelieu.
Mr. W. B. Foiman is visiting in San Luis
Miss Adple Stoneman of Los Angeles is
belug entertained by Mrs. Charles Sonntag
at the Hotel Pleasanton.
Lieutenant F. S. Rice, First Artillery, U.
S. A., has gone to Fresno.
Mrs. Joseph Rucker is making prepara
tions to return to-day to San Jose alter a
visit with friends In this city. Mr. and Mrs.
Uueker contemplate occupying the new
home they have been erecting in Santa
Clara County in a couple of weeks.
Brief Notes From Pneliic States and
The estate left by the late George Tuppy,
Treasurer of Nevada, was worth 815,000.
The total output of bullion at the Tacoma
smelter during February was 3200 bars valued
A cloudburst flooded the ranch of J. R.
Garnett iv Colusa County last Monday and
drowned five mules.
F. Mitchell too* a contract last week to,
plow 4000 acres of wheat land in Merced
County. He will uso a steam outfit.
D. S. PitniT of Mendocino has COOO eggs
hatching in his incubator--. lie is gelling
leady to start another batch of 2000.
A small cyclone swept over a portion of
Yuba County last Friday and did consider
able damage to farm buildings and fences.
A serious landslide blocked all trains at
Tunnel 17 in the Tehachapi Mountain on
Friday, lt svi'.l take twenty-four hours to
clear the track.
A Stockton minister was operating asmali
printing press the other day when lie got his
little finger in the way of a moving piece.
He is now minus a joint of that finger.
When the levee at Yuma gave way the
Colorado Liver torrent was ten miles long
by thirteen miles wide, says the Sentinel,
aud in less than twenty minutes the water
was nine feet in Main and Gila streets.
The Gilroy Gazette says: Sugar beets
planted among two-year-old trees near Wat
sonvllle paid the owner of tbe twenty-acre
field a net profit overall expenses of £805.
Not a bad help toward the orchard expenses.
The Monterey Enterprise says that work
on the Junipero monument is proceeding
rapidly. Carving has already begun and the
back and robes have already been carved
out; also part of the head and face. It will
not be long before the work is completed.
The Indian hunters of British Columbia
are not slots in finding out when they have
a good thing. None of them will .hip on
sealing schooners these days unless they arc
paid t7 fur each neit taken. Six schooners
were waiting for crews recently off the coast
but the fciwashes refused to go on board
unless their terms were signed.
For twenty years John V. Towt has lived
a quiet live in Monterey and Santa Cruz
counties as a farmer. He received a telegram
last week from New York announcing the
death of his father whose will gives him
$630,000 with an allowance of SCOO a month
for his life. Mr. Towt married in Monterey
County and has a svife and five children.
The sheep in Grunt County, Oregon, are
so nearly free from disease that the practice
of fall shearing will soon not be necessary,
and will doubtless be entirely abandoned.
The stock inspection law has been of great
benefit to sheep-raisers of the country, for
without it, says lhe Grant County News,
they never would have got tho better baud
of the sheep pest. , ."_■ ■
The Yuma Sentinel of Sunday. February
29th, got out a special edition that was writ
ten, set up and printed on the stieet Ed
itor Dorrmgton modestly says: It is not
what sve would have been pleased to make
it, but under the circumstances it is as well
as we could do, moving four times and the
disarrangement of everything has made us
much trouble and work and not helped the
The Reno Journal says: Captain Warner,
Indian Agent, has been informed by the In
dians that one of their number, who was a
witness before Justice Linn at the prelim
inary examination of men arrested by Con
stable Upson a few weeks ago for selling
whisky to Indians, lihb been poisoned. The
Indian received two small flasks of whisky,
which he drunk and in a few hours was a
corpse, the supposition being that the liquor
The Ontario Observer is responsible foi
this: H. C. Oakley's pumpkins attain a
size so large they cannpt be loaded Into a
wagon. He concluded that he svould have
to get a smaller variety of pumpkins or quit
the business, but as he was about to resort
to the latter alternative a happy idea struck
him and he straightway began training the
vines up to a roof of a shed. In a few weeks
the roof of the shed was covered with mam
moth pumpkins, which he was enabled to
roll iuto a wagou aud market.
Says the Truckee Republican: The
Southern Paciiic Company has lately com-,
pleted at the shops In Sacramento a com
pound locomotive for freight service. In a
trial trip from Sacramento to Colfax It was
pronounced a success, being much lighter on
fuel than the machines now in use, and do
ing the same work. The intention is to
send her. to the Tehachapl- Pass for a ten
days' trial. .' The conjectures for the success
of ihe engine are fesv, and the result of the
test Is looked for with Interest by engine
The Way to Slake Ico.
"That must bo a curious process, the manu
facture of ice," said a Chicago man to a
resident of Nusv York, who was talking
about the manufacture of artificial ice.
"Do yon understand the philosophy of it?"
"No. I never saw one of the machines,
and never had lhe thing explained to me." J
Well, you see," observed the philo
sopher, "they have a kind of tank."
"And the? fill that tank about two-thirds
full of water." *
"Yesl What then?" ,
"Why, then they freeze It." .
■ "Oh!" exclaimed the disgusted Chlcngnan.
"That's it, is it? I had an idea that they
boiled it." Texas Sittings. .
Of -every million people in - the world 800
are blind, and the ■ other 999.200 cannot see
their own faults.— Oil City Blizzard.
ONE SEASIDE GRAVE.
Unmindful of the roses.
Unmindful of the thorn,
A reaper tired repo ,es
Among his gathered corn;
So might I, till the mom.
Cold as tbe cold Decembers,
Past as the days tbat set, -.
vfMfe only one remembers
And all the rest forget—
But one remember., yet.
AUNT ABIGAIL'S WILL.
It was Abigail Varley's threescore-and
tenth birthday. She was a rich widow,
childless, aDd with no known relations save
two gentlemen cousins.
Never was cousinly attachment more
beautifully illustrated, or cousinly jealousy
less amiably exemplified, than in the daily
walk and conversation of these two collat
eral kinsmen. They bestowed so much af
fection en their common relative, that they
had none left to waste between themselves.
Doth were several years younger thau the
lady, with a fair prospect, according to the
course of nature, of surviving her; and how
to supplant each other in her will, which
she had at last begun to talk seriously of
making, was the problem which at present
engaged their attention.
On the morning in question, when Cousin
Roger called to wish Cousin Abigail the
usual "many happy returns," lie was not a
little chagrined to find Cousin Dick there
before him. However, he presented his an
nual gilt and went through his annual
speech without missing a word ; and seeing
Tabby, the cousinly cat, perched snugly on
his rival's knee, by way of not being out
done in cousinly attention he took uo Pom
pey, the cousinly poodle, though dogs were
"Well, Cousin Abigail. I hope your health
continues good," said Cousin linger pattine
I'ompey's bend and glancing suspiciously at
Cousin Dick, whom ho devoutly wished at
"Not so good latterly as lt has been. The
fact is," the old lady continued, "I have
been thinking seriously of sending for -Mr.
Parker, with a view to settling my worldly
affairs without delay."
"Oh. there is no need of haste, cousin,
broke iv Dick; "you have many years be
fore you yet," mentally adding, "What has
possessed the old ninny to put it off so
"Well, well. I siu pose there's no hurry
about it," said Cousin Abigail.
"And yet," Cousin Roger ventured to hint,
"it is always well to be prepared ; r.one of us
can tell the minute or the hour, you know."
"And, alter all, calling In a lawyer is not
so serious a matter as calling in a doctor,"
said Cousin Dick facetiously.
The conversation was interrupted by the
entrance of a young and beautiful girl, at
whom Cousin "Dick stared with a surprised
auu troubled look.
"Pardon me, ma'am," she said in a voice
remarkably sweet and gentle; "not know
ing you were engaged, I came to see if you
wished me, as usual to read to you to-day."
"Presently, dear, Mrs. Varley answered
in a tone that plainly hinted that her visitors
would not be pressed to stay if they offered
to go. - i .
After an awkward pause the two cousins
took their departure together.
"Who is tli.it girl?" Inquired Roger, as
Boon as they reached the street.
"You may well ask," said Cousin Dick;
and stopping, he whispered something in
his companion's ear, at which the. latter
"Good heaven ! the resemblance Is cer
tainly striking. Hut what is to be done? Do
you think the old— Cousin Abigail, 1 mean,
".Not yet, 1 think; but no time Is to be
lost. 1 have a plan which it svould be well
for us to talk over together."
And the two hurried rapidly along.
Mrs. Varley had occasionally found the
time hang heavy on her hand?, and so had
advertised for a person to fill the post of
"companion" to an aged lady. It was thus
that Hester Darling had become an inmate
of the house. .-.-"-;- " ' "■:■
At as early an hour as was seemly ou the
morning following that "ii which we intro
duced them to the reader Roger and Dick
again presented themselves before their
"We have thought it our duty, cousin"—
"Our bounden duty," put ln.Roeer.
"As painful as it is imperative," Dick
"To put you on your guard, ma'am,"
Against a deceitful and designing per
son," exclaimed Dick.
"Who is no better than she should be!"
shouted Roger, indignantly.
"Upon my word, cousins, I do not com
prehend a syllable you have uttered," said
Mrs. Varley. "nor shall I be likely to if you
both keep talking at once. Come, Diet, you
seem least excited. What is the meaning of
"What means, may I venture to ask,"
said Dick, "did you take to ascertain the
character and antecedents of the woman
at present sheltered beneath your roof?"
"Why, none," replied the good lady,
"Her young and truthful face were recom
mendation enough on which to give her a
"We have ascertained her to be a most
abandoned creature," proceeded Dick, "and
have deemed it proper to at once apprise
you of the discovery. Should -he deny the
accusation we are prepared with abundant
And the two cousins took their leave, with
an air of exalted virtue.
Mrs. Varley was a lady of the strictest
propriety and severest morals. Much as
she pitied the poor aid friendless girl she
must ho promptly freed from this foul and
dreadlul charge or cross her threshold novel
She went directly to Hester's chamber.
"You must tell me your past history,
child," said Mrs. Varley in a determined
but not unkindly tone.
"Oh, madame, I pray you pardon me, but
I cannot, cannot tell it."
"Then it has been one of shame and
"For a time, of shame, madame," an
swered the young girl, with flushed cheek,
"but never of guilt."
What was It that caused Mrs. Varley to
start so suddenly and stagger ball fainting
to a seat at Hester's dressing-table?
"Wlio— whose likeness is that?" she ex
claimed, in a scarce articulate voice, point
ing to an open miniature on the table.
"My mother's," Hester answered.
"Then you are Florence Marvin's child?"
"That was, indeed, my mother's name."
"More, you are the daughter of my only
brother, George Haywood, foi Florence
Marvin was his wife.
Wtth a stifled cry, she who had believed
herself nloue and friendless in the world
fell on her kinswoman's neck, and wept
tears of mingled gladness and sorrow.
Her story, which Hester had refused to
confide to a stranger's ears, she now will
ingly imparted to one from whom she felt
she had no longer a right to withhold it.
That her brother had married in opposi
tion to her father's wishes, and been disin
herited in consequence, was already known
to Abigail Varley; but what distant spot he
had selected for his home and svhat had be
fallen there she never learned.
The story svas sad enough. •"-' ;, - .
After a few toilsome hut not unhappy
years— for they were spent in the loved so
ciety of his wife and child— a diro calamity
had fallen upon George Haywood. He carao
under suspicion of a fearful crime. A net
svork to circumstances too intricate for man's
wit to disentangle environed him, and he
was condemned to die. The stern judg
ment was carried into effect, and the exe
cuted murderer's despised widow sought
concealment for herself and child in a
change of place nnd name. Long, long venri
afterward the truth svas discovered; but the
judicial murder had passed among the things
irrevocable. The poor widow died at last
died broken-hearted, but with one consola
tion: she had lived to see her husband's In
nocence vindicated. ,n
" And this, my poor child, Is the shame of
which you spoke?"
" My life has known no other."
Not many days after, Hester was sent to
one of the best seminaries In the laud, for
she had vet time to avail herself of oppor
tunities hitherto beyond her reach. Her
aunt and she kept their own comic I. Cousin
linger and Dick only knew that the object
of their solicitude had disappeared, and
probably congratulated themselves on the
success of their viituous stratagem.
After a time, Mr. Parker, Cousin Abigil's
lawyer, was sentjfor; and after that the
good lady seemed wonderfully revived in
health and spirits. At her next birthday
the prospect of "many happy returns" pro
duced anything but a happy effect on the
two expectant cousins, who began to think
that, alter all, the life tables might be
fallible. But her time came at last- and
within a decent period after the sad event.
Cousins Roger and Dick were duly sum
moned to attend the reading of Abigail Var
They were a ecod deal startled at the
sight of their old enemy, the strange girl. .
Poor Tabby, as If seeking consolation in
her bereavement, leaped upon the knee of
her old friend Dick, who stroked her back
pathetically, but a little nervously., Pom
pey, who look things more philosophically,
stretched ■ himself - out for a snooze at the
feet of linger. .'-*'_'
Mr. Parker, drawing from his pocket the
document, proceeded to read it. The intro
duction was long and formal. But, hark I
there's something coming now..
■ "To my cousin, Richard Figgins"
- Kichard looked at Roger in triumph."
"1 give and bequeath" — -...:-
You could have heard both their hearts
beat. . : ".•. '-.:.; •• .: •
"In consideration of the natural love and
affection .which I have long observed be
Dick looked puzzled.
"My favorite cat Tabby"— '
Dick gave Tabby a furious stroke the
"And no more of mv estate."
With a fling that betokened a most em
phatic renunciation of the legacy, Tabby
was sent mewing and spitting to the furthest
corner of the room.
"To my cousin. Roger Smith—"
It was Roger's turn to triumph. '
"In consideration of the like natural love
and affection "
Roger began to feel suspicious.
"I give and bequeath my dog Pompey,
and no more of mv estate."
With a violent r kick Pompey was sent
spinning after the cat; end the fear of her
who had so long kept thy peace between
being no longer before their" eyes, the pent
up enmity of years found vent In au up
roarious fight, in the noise of which the
voice of the old lawyer was almost
drowned; but the words, ''the rest and resi
due of my estate— niece, Hester Haywood,"
were sufficiently audible, and Cousins
Dick and Roger stayed to hear no more.
" PALACE HOTEL
Mrs Bannard, Cincinnati li M ford. New Tort
C Z Knapp & wl, N York Capt J J O'Connell, USA
I) Hacker * w.N Rochelie II 11 I! Lathrop, Sn Mateo
U Myers, w ,v d, st Louis w Buliei licit! a w, Bostn
J 1) ninrrt. I.os Ang I. P l.owe, Colorado Spas
A Coiiio, Milwaukee J Cochran. Colorado Spgs
J 11 Van Dyke.Milwaukee a McKnlgbt. Chicago
Q S McMurtry, Los Uatos J W Sutter, Chicago
T P Kohl), Ulenwood II X Cable A vt. Chicago
Mrs c Yoong. N Jersey Mis. Cable. Chicago
Mrs G\V Hariri's, Toledo Miss Anderson, Colo Spgs
W Netllet n. St I'aul Miss Evans. Louisville
li la-sett, Boston 11 (i Cable, Maultou
(I XV lialch, Detroit 1! 8 Cunningham A w.cin
IV ti Tuttle, Chicago Miss I.lppli eott, Clucnati
W H Llnnla, New York F Fisher. Seattle
J M Litkenian, Grass Vaiy D J Murphy, San Jose
G L Lansing, Boston 11 v Tacitaft. Crockets
A 1) Urover, Boston sir it Musgrave, Ireland
It E Shattuck, Boston II C Henry. Minnesota
1. II r.:t: i : t-i.i . Boston A C Robinson, Boston
J V Itaiunard. Cincinnati li O Clinton A xv, Chicago
Miss Eva Baumard, Clncl Miss IS Clinton. Chicago
Miss Ethel Baumard, Clv A J Armstrong A w, Chgo
T Thompson, Chicago Agnes H Armstroug.Chgo
II c Chase, Chicago Miss Armstrong, Cnicago
a M syfarii. New Jersey MW Bally _fe W.St Albans
Dr S Eden, New Jersey CJde M Bon, France
VV V Huntley ft lowa Miss C E White, I'oston
Mis. Wary Huntley, lowa;s II Nettleton A Toledo
xv F Huntley, lowa J L Copeland, San Diego
I P Reynolds. Denver i J .N John. Philadelphia
George Kelly, Denver .'H U Otis, Los Angeles
it Mil all, Wisconsin J W Paris, Cincinnati
J W Tsggsrt.Sta Barbara's C Evans, Cincinnati
X Agasaii Aw, Seattle 1.l Blake. Montana
Miss V Calllgau. Seattle J R McDonald.. W.Seattle
J li Steoheusou, Pittsburg c Waguer, Stockton -
w Stephenson, Pittsburg F Reed Aw, San Jose
Miss Ml Stephenson. Pitts Master G 0 Reed, Sn Jose
Hiss M Jameson, Pittsbrg J M Merdctb, Los Augeies
Mrs J Hurt Chicago 1.l A Rose, Pleasanton
A A Wells, Chicago |Fred 11 Flgel, Chicago
Mrs KCarr, Portland iw v stone, California
Mis. M Carr. Portland J I' Blown, Calilorula
Mrs C Wallace, Sth Rend II 11 Urevey. New York
I. llowers. M-dera H l'J Orne, West Berkeley
A C Stanly, Sydney | L, Storrow, Portland
i) X MUis?li, Canada 3 A liasser, U Mountain
A li Miklsell. Canada M F Terrlll, Oakland
Miss 11 Miklsell. Canada M Strieker, Hew Tort
Miss I. Miklsell. Canada .Miss 3 Chester, NewVork
Miss il Mlklsi'li. Canada I Sweeney, London
Miss It Miklsell, Canada M I'.opslt-r. Oakland
Miss i, Mikitell. Canada L F .Vomit. Si Louts
Perry Miklsell. Canada It I r Edwards. Plymouth
Mrs X Snyder, Canada J I. Trainer, Deadwood
1) Nelson, Portcrsvllle Y. E Dodds, Spokane
3 M o'llrien, JNw Orleans FB Ootids, .Spokane
Ed Walteh.un, Chlco J E Vaeger, Denver
1 Miller. Berkeley V L Mead. Portland
ii McNuity, Napa W Humphreys, Portland
E Allen, I.lii vine J C I rai. ..lin, Keddlng
W A Marks, l.litvllle X Allen, Portland
U A Baptist, Denver s B Cunningham. Madera
M D Henley. Oakland X Versvlllc, Tulare
11 C Kn.-i:z, Chicago John Harnett, Tulare
J Harden. Vallejo Joe Knslt-r, Seattle
11 E stoltzc, Mare Inland xv , I McFarland, Seattle
li V Elliott, Mare Island J KCullison. Seattle
Jas 1-Jiuiiiert, Mare Island J A Anderson, Seattle
K.I Winston, Marc Island J linrg.tt. Seattle *• ■ ■"
E Wilson, US .N Ed Webster, Seattle
Oeo C Kruger, OSS OH Wnilman. Seattle
I) AVatrdervoort. Tacoma W M.-Klulmn, Seattle
F i; Ureir. British con. in Ceo Canning, Seattle
Hi".- Price, Seattle W F Brlnr>, San (.ticutln
Newton England, Seattle It MiUlllman, ltocaesler
TII Johnson, Oakland 1 11 B Taylor, Alameda
\v I. Sumner, w.Mluneapls .1 Smith, Santa Cruz
W Stousland, Visaila 8 X Metcher.MlnueapollS
,1 IS Moore, Cleveland Mrs Smith, California
DD Murdoch, Sunderland 1* Gillespie, New York
J T Mclntjre, San Jose A E Fischer, liny wards
M C Collins, Sacramento F J Leroy, ilaynartls
N Lamb, Vrclia M A Kahn, Haywards
i; J Brown, Tulare s Chut ties, California
M Murphy, Sacramento I. Vassault, Truckee
C C Kane, Berkeley J A Byrne, S Bernardino
W Kobertson. Nova Scotia T 1' Stalling*, Augusta
C E Lewis, Duttons Ludg GTStalllngs .V w.Augusta
Miss ES Lohrnan. Carson i Miss It White. Augusta
11 S Durham, Concord isv Mitchell * ry, Denver
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F A SValntli, California II Wilson. Portland
sirs M Germalne, *> York A Brown A- xv, San Jose
.Sirs aSlityke, California 11 SV SS'alt>rrdt,-e, Sis-tut
A Blackburn, California D M Livingston, Chicago
sv 1-iirimtii, Sau Karael J A Montgomery, w, Uklah
W Murray, Danville Mrs MC Angle A iy.Ck.ah
T J Meyers, .New York D Burris, I raven
£ Catsaway, Sacramento II Long at ty, Modesto
J E Hanilil, Sacramento A L Lavlnsky, Stockton
V Cavagnaro * w.S Jose T McConuell, Klk Grove
¥ V Kelly, Kordey SV V 81(6), Clements ,
D X Cove, Vacaville 3 M Stevens, Mui-phys
11 A lianfuril, Vacaville Tll Hutching .1 : w.iirullry
T Beggs, I'i'iii, iiniii J Aylivaril AO, Livermore
SV I) Hurt, l'etaluuia J T Slvaln, San .lost)
R Kelly, Sacramento C I.oittly /ft xv. Venll
A U Cox, San Jose Miss J Christin, st Louis
JE II Mullen, Vallejo f I' Wlndull. Vallejo
J Opltz, Pittsburg H Itlouriiti. Stockton
U KTmtwlth, S Barbara GVanGordenawSSlnieon
F 3 Hanks, Seattle A A Taylor, Santa Crui
F M West, Stockton J M Miller. Vacaville
T II Spedely, Portland C A Campbell, Koil Bluff
W I. Davis, Nevada 8 Kummelsburg, Colusa
N W llayden, Denver A Black. Heaitlsb.tr:.
B Lovejoy. Tulare J It Conway. Danville
8 E .snot, Tulare O A Wiley, Danville
E B Uttubal, Ventura '.'".' sss
E A McDonald, Vallelo t J Sweeney, Santa Crnz
P It Pcttlgrcw. Vallejo V X Murray, Virginia
J II Simpson A w. Vallejo C Filipplnl, Howard
E Johnston, Vallejo A G Babetta, Howard
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H Campbell, BrownvtUe V Peterson, Sacramento
XT Burke, Willows I) Peterson, Sacramento
J A .lauow-kr. Martinez 0 Cochrane, Sausallto
A S trust, Martinet i. Koebl. Tucson
li caver, San Jose J T Hlutou, Tucson
B Jones. San Jose TJ Raymond, El l'aso
A X I Ini; tier. Aivi-io ,1 a Xrask, i.l Paso
1' Matthew, am 9 'ii lt Heye, Mountain View
R T Cottlughaui.S itftfael A Anderson. Slum View
A Hoiubar. Shasta Co |S Soul. .New York
A ins, Shasta County jj E Pope, New York
SV II Dow Santa I rrlz .1 .1 Ilium. V.tllcjo
II Alniworth Ja vi, UkKitlJi; C Bradford, bah Jcie
C B HerU, San Jose J B Clark, San Rafael
P Frederick, yew York E SV Cray, Seattle
w E lirldgeman, N York II 3 C'usblng. Martinez
A Clarke, cat Berkeley X Borland, Marlines
V W Jenkins, U S Navy C R Peters, N Hea
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8 1' Weston, Seattle A Smith, Stockton
U Benedict, Tacoma J 11 Abbott, Los Angeles
M J Lesser, Tacotnn J .1 Hendricks, Seattle
S AUaroutte, Port Costa SV D Compton, Seattle
S Englaniler, Port Costa 0 Wheeler. Minneapolis
M X fatly, Port Costa sv Karcovltch, Mincapola
J Weyi. Port Costa .1 It Urlsurer, New York
J Wilkinson, N AlmaUea Miss i' Diivlsiiri-iinr.N V
II Frleillander, Scllry SV Spencer.Llt Tycoon Co
J Brown, San Kalael Miss !■; Courtney, do
Mrs Dl Bowers. Wash SVm C Frlcke, Chicago
Miss C C Coggsweli, Ohio tl .sl Grayson Jr. Chicago
_•■ SV Hatch at wr, Ag'icws 1' 1' Both A w. Cleveland
UKBlckfonl* w, Boston sv v. Hicks, Los Angeles
I) s Mead, Chicago SV 11 Coney SI D, 8 Diego
Mrs J J rainier, N V »i SVhllilty * w, 1-lilla -
G 11 Turner, New York IV M Uarker M D, Eng
Mrs v llaldon, Butte City II I. I' Citrine. England
0 U Robinson A w, Chcgojsv A l: Jackson, Denver
S Sears A w, Michigan A J Bracket!, Los Uatos
The missionary Held seems to have
usurped the functions of the ragman and
ash barrel to a certain extent. A woman
missionary just home from several years of
service in India says the boxes of clothing
received by her for distribution among the
heathen - svas a sad commentary upon the
charitable missionary spirit of the American
The ancestral home of the Washington
family is bulgrave, an insignificant village
In Northamptonshire, England. , The family
Ineago has been traced back as far as Sir
William de Hurlfern, aknigiitof the twelfth
LIST OF LETTERS
Items". unclaimed la the Bostofllce at San Fran
cisco on MONDAY, March 9, 1891.
a_;"l '" obtain any or tin-si- letters tbe applicant
must call lor " Advertised Letters," anti give the
date or tbo list, II not called tor within two week,
they will he sent to the Dead-letter omce.
Aba - ie, A ' Anderson, Frank
Abbott, Miss Anna Anderson, 11
Abbott, Don £ Anderson, Mrs J C
Abbott, It M Anderson, J 1-'
Aheloc, rretc II Anderson, Miss I.etty
Abraham, Alberto AndersenMatros Antoiß
Alirithrainzlk. Anton Andersen, Miss I'aullueK
Abern, Daniel Andersen, Win
Ahesabnro, — Andrew, Mrs Wm
Alnsworth. .Mrs J J Anthony, Mark
Albert, Louie Anthony, Win 3
Alhrechtuiskl, Jno Appalby. Catherine C
Albrecht, Grrs Amies, (.'apt Kichard D
Alexander, Geo Arms, Mrs Sally E
Allen, Hy Armstrong, Jas (Union
Allen, Samuel Iron Wks)
Allen, W C A Co Arnold, Ben] E ,
Alston, Vera Arnold, Mrs Wm (204 S
Altreag, Oarvel KLt)
American Meter Co Aiher, Ualph
American Sewing Ma- Asklns, It
cbiue Co Aster. Carl
Anderson, Mrs Alma Atchison, Mrs Wm
Anderson, Miss Army Atwootl. Mrs 11 v
Anderson, Anton 8 Aune, Mrs Mario
Anderson. Miss Augusta Audersey. Miss X
Anderson, chas E Aiispianil, Fred
Anderson, (.'has Julius Ausplaiid, 1- R.
Anderson, Miss Ella Averlll, Walter .
1i,".1* . Geo Bolil. Mrs l".
Bachcr, Cbas L Bonner, L X
Bacbman, Wiu llorgerseu, Peter
Backsteln. V Boveman. J O
Bason, Ueo Host, Dr E L
r.i 9 1.-.v. FW Bonn, Mra X -'-'i'V>iJ~
Bailey. Mrs C M llourne. Miss Nellie
Bailey, i. I -yr... Donlto, Geo
liaken. B Vf liowrniidge, J
Hall, Mlsa '1 11110 Boudpii, Jane
. Ballard, Mrs Q W Bower, Dr - XV v " r
Ballow, DrIB Bowman, Jacob A
Barbae, Jo 8 Boyd. Jno
Bard, Mrs Mary Boyd, Mrs .1 S .-'>*-.,
Barker. Wm ' Branunt, w ■
Biirttard. t'lias A Brodlno. O -
■ Barney, Mrs 0 W Bradburry, L L -
Barry. Mis W - - Brady, Daniel .
Bartlett, Mrs c Brand, Mi--, Olive
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Barton. Mrs • Braiiliam, Ur in vile .
Uailhc-1, It Brant, Miss Aitgellka
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Bauer. LJsctle - J Brebiutr, Kei-tliiuitid
Beati.'hainp, Mrs Clara E Bremer, II A Bros ■
Becker, AY * -i*., - ... Brewster, Mrs Julia £ -
; Behuenran .v I.orenson Brewster, Naitiiini -..-'
Beiiriiuiiiii, MissAdelhlrd Bright, Mrs XV L, ... '
Bell, Mrs Chas ;_ . . *, : Bromley, Iter J-- yr*r
Beltings. Mrs A -'• Brooks, Mist Minnie ".
Bcrnen, Miss Maggie A Brooks, XV
Beudrlc, Sirs Mary 8 Browustone, Miss Mabel
- Bennett. Mrs TII - Brown, Miss Amanda
Beunlng, August . Brown, Miss Annie
- Benton, -int - Brown, Mrs Hattle ':■■■- '..
Berg.n, Mrs Christopher Br.'Wn, IK "^j^-ftJJ*
llergluud, JE -.* Brows, Ulas Mary
' Baker, Carl Benjamin . Brown, Mrs H .
Periston, Maturing . Brown, Tyra
Be rleauer, Saul Bruel. Fred
Besl, Ceale , Brundoge, Miss Maggie
Bettor, Adelbert Brunnlug, A
Belters, Fred Bryant, Miss Rosalynde
Ulddeker, Henry Buchanan, Mrs J A
Kieiawskl, Kazon Buckley, Miss Hannah
Uiggls, Andrew Buhl, Geo B
Billings, R A S Bull, Dr Win •:'."'*
r-iliington, T Bunker, Mrs chas
Burner. A J v.::-: (lurg, Gus V
Bliio. rank Burgher, Chas A -.'-';.
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Blackburn, Chas purnsteid, Mrs E A'-. - 1
Blakcslec. D X (MD) Burns, II A Co
Blake, J (MD) 2 ' Bums. J D
Bliss, Fred p Burns. Miss Nellie
Riochmann, Mr Burns. G A ... r'*
Hodflsh, Mrs (Hamilton, Burton, oille
Wash) Bush, Dr I C -
Rodiene, Mrs Rose Busklsk, Henry
Boedeuoy, Geo Bynn, A J 3
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Cai Stove Co Clegg, Tom
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Callum, Mrs V \V Cockrlil, Bon
Cairn R A '. Comn, Chas W
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Campbell, Donald Coll, John
Cardy.T Mon Cohen, Miss Bridget
Carlson. .Mrs Frlda Cohen, M
Cary. James C Coll, Mrs John
Carey, >V M Colllnson, Miss Main*
Caro, Salomon Coleman, Mrs Pauline
Ci.rulan, Patrick 2 Collins. Miss Lizzie
Carothers, Mrs Lillian Coiupton, Mrs Uaylord
Carroll, Mrs B ■ Condrottc, Emily .
Carroll, Sirs Michael Couuell, Mrs
Carroll, Mrs Zada £ Connelly, John B
Carter. F w Cooney, Mrs Margaret
Casey. Thomas J Cook, A 11
Case. H Cooper, Sam
Cashin, J O 4 Co Corbett, Miss Minnie
Casserly, J a Cortes, J
Cxiet, Allelic Md Cormeny, X
i erne. Johann Corner, Miss S F
Chadsey. James Corning, Mrs John
Chiihut, Carmel Cornw.ll. 1- 1!
Challln, Miss Sallie J Cottle. SVin
Chappelle. Mrs S Cotrei, Miss Lucy
Cbaput, Camlel 2 . Count*, F '
Chase, L T Coulter. Miss Lillian
Charles, Tranz (',,.. Mrs Elite
Chicago Magnetic Shield Craig, Warren
Co Cram, De Leon
Chicago Packing & Pro Co Crandall, Frank L
Christ lance, James CrawTord, C VJt
Christ. risen, Uuuder Craivtord, Geo
Christiansen, Guiltier M Creig, Mrs Alice
Churchill, Mrs Julia Crepe, J I)
Clancy, M R (9 1 pen. Miss Clara B
ciapp, Mrs Mary Crosly, Rev Arthur
Clark, Albert , cross, Miss Cora
Clark, George Crowley, Tim
Clark, Mm Jennie Col ver, Jack S
Clark, Joint _.' Cumiulngs, John
Clark, Mrs It Cunningham. P. J
Clarke, Tlins Currier, Jno c
Clarke, Win 2 Gushing, E
Da! ln. Aug DeZeng. WH
Ilauh.rt, li Dldsoii. Miss M L
Davison, Mrs Wm Dlt-kort. Fiau
Davis, A II liietz. i' X
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Davis, Mrs C Dttlfoi'l, M 8
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Davis, Master Thomas Doherty, Henry
Davis, w SV 2 Dougherty, William
Dan, Mrs W Donohue, Mrs Emma
Dawson, Jas Donohue, James
Day, J Y. Donahue, J J
Day, Miss Maggie M Donahue, Miss Mary
Dean, Miss Cora Dornt-r. Johanna.
De Karen. Mmc Dow & Simpler
Dedieu, cieuenca Dowel!, Miss Maggie
Deny, J li Doyle. Pat
Dc F'oust. II Dreyer. Henry
Dellamorc. Mrs Jane water, J II
Delmas. Alexander Dunn, Win P
Depny, SH Duffy, John R
Derrl.-. Miss Mary J Duglass. Mrs J B,
much. Mrs J O Duuk, Mrs
Desthei, Miss (Green st) Dunkln, F A
Dcutsch, 1, 8 Dunlevy, waiter
Dewy, s P A Co Duncan, W A
Earle, Miss l'.le-irlii Ellsworth. Colonel L C
Easton, Mrs Ellwood, Jack
Euermaycr, A Elrath, John R
Eblin, Miss E L Elliot. Edward
Edwards, FO Elliott. Geo
1-Jikels, .1.111,1-,. E Ellis, Mrs B
Edgar, Mrs W M Engle, J M
Edg rton. (has Enuis. Miss Hattle J
EH:er. Frits Enright. Miss Kate
Edmonds, Mrs Geo i-.rb, Louie
Kg.'in. Francis Erlkson, Alex
Egai. Miss Ilosie . Krlkson, Miss Cecelia
Xlii -i:I,-rg. 'Iheo Erickson, Mrs John
Kb Its. Henry I rltkson, Miss Jennie
Eigliolz, Dr Agnes M Everest, II is
Ellison, Mrs SV E Evans, J P
Ellmaii, .sirs A W Evens, Silss Sadie
Fall, .1 0 F'ltzgerald, Mrs Nora
Fanof , Mrs It Fltzmaurlce, Mrs John
Farmers A MechanlesAld Flanagan, John
A Benefit Assn Flynn, Thomas SV
Farnandes, M C Foley. Miss Joh-tnah
Farr, SVlnslow Folkert. George
Farrell, Wm Ford. Mrs II t)
Fay, Thomas Foster, Mrs (Valencia It)
Ferass, John Foster. Mrs Birdie
Pernalti, c B Francis. Miss Anna
Ferguson. Mrs R A Frank, Fran Rosa
Field. Mrs Louise F'raser, Miss L T
Flmiloy, lion Thomas Freeborn, George
Flnkislsr'htilii, O Frerscnger. Rev
Fischer. Miss Berta Freeman, Miss Kittle
Fisher, Geo Fredricks, Mrs Emma
Fisher, John R Frldman, M
Fisher. i.ours Fron, .Mrs a w
Fisher, Miss Mabel Fuller. Miss Angelas
Fisher. Dr SVE Fuller. Mrs A J
Fitzgerald, Daniel Fustlnl, R
1 It/.,*, -raitl. Miss Frankle
l.i.ilils, O 1> M Golden. Miss M
Gale. J M Goblin. Mrs A
lialven. .la-nes R Goge, Miss A E
Gallianl, May A Gollnsky, -Sliss Hennfe
Gajvin, Michael Goodman, Mrs Flora
Garcia. Miss Clem Oordes, Mrs Anna
Gelss. Miss Anna Gorman, Paddy
Gentry, David Gomrity. Miss Kittle
Uerbcr, Joseph Goss, Dr Alice
German Grammar School Goss, Dr w H
Prlucp ot Gray. Mrs Hannah '
Globs A* Co. J X Gray, sv F
Olbbs. Tbomas Green. Miss Annie
GUI, Jno Green, E
Gill. Miss Mary Grleser, -Mrs B
Ullshauan. Patrick Grimm, Jno W
Gist, .In- II Grouander, BN
Glancy, Kd Giistln, Joseph
Uoedeeke, Louis P Outsell A r-t-eritian
liar I ■< ii . ' .-■- Helmutb, H
Hackett, Chas Heuamem A Co, Jno
Hall, Mrs Henderson, J S
Hall, Jno G Henzerilng, Mrs Barbara
Hall, Salon Ilerbhcrtt. Mrs
Hall, Otto.N Hlbbetts, MrsKK
Haley. Jno Ulckie, J 1 A
Hallett, Capt Chas Hlckle, Mrs P VT
Halllsey, Daniel Hlgby, Mrs
Ha:sry, Nellie 111-gins, Fred
llamer A Myers . lllgnt, Stuart
Hamilton. Mrs Linda II llborn, Lizzie
Ham lion. Miss Nellie Hildeiir.ind, II II
Handy, ii T Hlrscbleld. Miss C
Hank Ins. Mrs Edna Hobson, Mrs .1 M
Hansen, A Hod. .nan. .1 c
Hansen, Capt J P Hotlkms, M W
Hanson, Dr M Hoffman, Fred
llaiisc-.urhs Shingle Ma- lloliilia.i, Matthew
chine Co Hoinres, Joe X
Harlan A Holllngsworth Holt. I- F
Harlan. W D Holt, Miss Sarah
Harm 11. Miss Sadie Honor, l'.enj F
llarr. Win Horgan. Mrs Alice '
Harris, Frank Horback, Mrs L
Harris, Geo Home * Co
Harris, Miss Lulu Homer, X
Hi Joke Horowitz. S S
Harrison,— llospos, Geo B
Harrison, Paul Hirase, Dr M E
Harrison, Jno Howard, Miss Jennie
Hart, Marlon Hower, O
Hart, Henry Hubbard, Captain ES
Harvey, Miss Nena Hubbard, Mrs Eliza C
Ili'-st, Mrs Frank Huff, SVm
Haskell, A J Humphrey, Jos
Hastings, C F C Hughes, August
Halt -though, J J Hughes, M c
Ilawxhurst. S SV Ilultgrcu, Frank
Hay Jen A Co Hunt, —
Ba) ties, Miss L M Hunt. Mrs C H
Hickman, J R Hunter, Miss Jenny
Ilebbrrt Bros Hard, J B
Heer. Mrs Arnold llutcheson, T J
Bellman, Wm Hutton, Dr J R
Isaacs, .lira (Isaacs, M
Isaacs, Miss Joey lien, Edward > ; __:.
•Tacolis. Miss Ida [Johnson, Miss Grace
Jeflcr.-. .1 I) Johnson. Louis
Jenkins, Mrs Mary Johnson, Larence A
Jensen, C P Johnson, N O
Jess Mathias Johnson, Mrs W P
Jes.ttp. Mrs J Jones. Mccracken 4 Co
Johnson, Mrs B T Jones, li W
Johnson, August Juris, Chas
Johnson, Captain Just.i, Isadora
Kul.iTf-r, l .'ii' I. . Kingston. Harris ACo
Kaltineyer. Mrs C Klrcholder, Dr F
Kavauaugh, James S Kltsh-.-n. Wm
Keating, Mrs Edith Kltchlngs, Dr J T
Kebelts. Jean limit, Win
lett. Miss Emily Kline, SVE
Kelley, Malliieu Kinder. Miss Louise
Kelley, Grey T Kooning, X
Kelley, Mrs It Rollings, Gaspare
Kelly, Miss Annie Koift, Win ll
Rentier, Mr* M iKrati, Win
Kcrbaugh, Mrs Teodora' Kramer, l'hlllpp
Klin Iter. Miss Laura ECromten, Mrs l'rederlka
Kludrcd, John T Kritt-hhciner Bros
Kinds, Herman Kucer, Stlpan
King, -Mr Krester, .las .1
Klngsl*. TII Kuppenhelmcr * Co, B
key, FA Leslie, 11
Lamb, Miss Irene Lessen, F
Lambert, Henry Levy, —
Lane, Mrs J It . -.*■"'-. . Levy. Alfred
Lanuery, Ueury Levy, Herman
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Larrectj A Robert - Lewis, Mrs
Larson, Cbas Lewis, Mrs Ida
Larson, Mrs Anna Llitdstrout, Miss Olipua
Larson. Mrs Herman Llpsev, J Edward
Lavin, Miss Delia Lester, Bertie
Laurence. Mrs Livingston, Harry
Laurence. Mrs J A Livingston, M A
Lawrence, M P Lodge, Mrs Nellie
Lawrence, Horace Logan, F it
Lazard, S JS ' Louergan, Robert
Lelgbtner, Mrs Samuel Lorlnz. SV si X
Le in. ray. 11 J London, SV 11
Le Page, Amos H Low, Mrs Kitty
Leonard, Dr J
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McCarty, Joseph McUtie, Geo H
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McCarthy, Misi Johanna Mclnerney, Jno
McCarthy, Michael MaeKt-nzle, Franklin
McCreary, Rev E D Macltoy, Henry
McCoy, Arthur MrKeiinun, Olive Jane
Mcciulr, E W McLean, W J
Mellon, James Mcl aughlin, Mrs Annie
McCalluin, James McLevem, T O
Mccracken, Kittle McMillan, David
McCourt, Robert • McMaiiiinon, Mrs
McCloskey, Mrs M McMitlllii, Brannan!
Mt 1 9 nii'll. W A Machknlckles, Mrs M
McDonald, Flora McNutt, J M
McDonald. Mrs C A McNeil. Wm J
McDowell, Ed J McNarncey, Martin
.Mi-ir.-9.9i. Mrs Llilnati McNeil', 1.
McEttauey. Jos - MacVlue. H H
M, i- ..ii. Michael McV in- . Harry -
Sl. iiii:i, i: . Mllllngton.CJ
Magnetic Shield Co Mtlllcu, Miss Llda
"Mailon, P . Miller, Mrs Alice "
Malony. Mary Miller, Alex :»... -x.-
Manners, Gussie * Miller, F
Manchester, B 8- Miller, Dan —
Manning, PS Millar, Miss Mary
Marks, W U Miller, Mine Madeline
Mark, Pet Mills, Mrs OF
Mills, Marlon Woolen Mills, Susie R
Margey, Miss Catherine Mills, Luther .-••'»-
Mar veil. Miss Rose Miner, John F
Martin, F C Mitchell, S L
Martin, Andreas . -'» Moher, Harry 0
Martin, Frank - ' Moore,
Martin, F V ' Moore. B F J '■:, ■■':
--•■■ •■::. Mrs J Moor.:, Kd
Mnthiason, Tbeador . Muote, Mrs A E
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Maxwell, W S Morgan, Daniel O
Maxwell, Mary Morrison, Mrs II -
Maxlleld, Sirs II B Morrow, Robert A
May, Charles Frlwln ' Morlarty, 1 rank
Metlihi, Miss Bridget ' Mors-, JI)
Sleek, John - Moslu-r, 11
Mcrldetli, Mrs Mouiton, Geo R
Mercer, Johu - . Mowry, A, at Sons r ■
Merrill. J II -. Muller. C
Mett-alt, il.ini Muller, Miss Hattle
Mt'tiair, Charles Murdoik, Miss' Viola
Meyer, Carl - r I Mutual Patent Mtg Co
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Meier, Charles "J-*s"'- Murphy, Dennis
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Mlkullclch, Andre Murphy, w H •'■■'
Mldtlaugn, Miss Mac . Murphy, Miss Mary Anne
.Mlllerlck, Joint FA Myst th. Miss Kartu
Noli). Sirs Annie Ni-iiini-.u. Mrs CM
National Boot A shoe Co Nichols, Miss Belle
Naught"!!, Mrs E - - Nlrnuio, Mrs -:**--.'
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Nllsson.T fNolin. S
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Nelson, Jf INordhoff, Charles ::.-
Nllson, N I Norman, James ■ " -•'. ''-<
Nevada, Cai A Or R'y ft (Northern:, Miss AM.
Nlsmitb, Loring . jS'orthstrlnn, Wm -
NeuLr.irtli, .Sirs Mattle Novelty Printing Co
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Nevtcomb, Mrs Emma Nykllck.SA
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O'Connell, James Out arm. Mrs Anna
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Ogd, v, Mrs AS Orr, P SV
Oilman, N v Ostcarson, E F J
Oloiimti, i, rait Ott, Geo A -
Olney, Miss Alice Ouker, Gerhard
Pac fie Coast Electric Petersen, Miss Fanny
Construction Co I'etlersoD, Andrew
Pacific Railway Pub Co Petersen, Lander
Paddock, Julia A Pete. Win
Packer, Wallace L iPeyson, Corse
Pacific Humorist Phillips, Mary n
Pacific Patent plaster Co rbllllpps, C
Page, Mrs Clarke Phllony, Miss Belle
Parker, Miss F A Ptepettbrluk, Ernest
Parnell, Mi s Nellie Pllklngton, John
Pastern A Co, J Plggott, Hugh
Paul, Mrs Mary Pelrci, Miss Bertha M
Pugsby, Ml»s Emllle PiukloLS, Mrs
Patterson, Miss Jessie R Pluukctt, Miss Annie
Paine, Edward Folassi Bros
Peake, Henry I'oppleweil. Mrs W X
Pcake. E A Post, .Sirs F M
Parry Pub Co Powell. Sirs T B
Perhbecker, John Prob A Co, Fred
Peters, SS' Pryce, T
Peterson, MrsEcn Procuuler, Schuyler S
Peters, C B j Proctor Mrs M D
Peterson, Karld Puckbaber, Sophie -
Petersen, Miss Kristina ]
Quailfling, Alplious injuinn, Peter
ta'uiii.i. Miss Rate i.iii.'iii. Loui
Quinn, CP -;l-*'
lt.iiiri.iil. I R ' Rlsley. Mrs Hannah
Itaible, Miss Kate Roberts, Jno
Radovlch, Nikola Bobbins, Mrs
Ralston. Hrs J II Robinson. P
Randall, Will H Koblnson, 8 F
Bansdal, Mrs Lena Robinson. R
Randolph, Richard X Ilodileit,
Ransom, Carl J Rockstroh, Gustav
Randolph, Clifford Rodden, Miss Ellen
Ray, Mrs JullaS Rogers, Jas
Raw lings, .Ins E Bodgers, Sirs S B
Bay, Miss Ada M Kohnt't. Waldo
Reddish, Mrs Ella Rooney. Mrs J P
Reed, B A Honey, H E
Reld A Sullivan Rosenield. Lazer
Rees, J ' P.oliter. nil. Moses II
Keerler. Andrew J Bossknocill Hen-man
Relsslng Joseph Rothermel, Mrs Rosa B
Reli.lg. Silss Ida Both. Miss Karulln
Belnke. Chas Rothschild, Mrs H ' •
Renner, Miss Mary Boose, Gussie F
Keri-k, Jozef Kowan Miss Nellie
Reynold, T II P.owsn. Miss Nellie
Rhelnstrom Bros RuriflnKe, Miss Ella
Rlckar, Mrs 1:. .- I. Mr
Rickartls, Wlllard Russell, .Miss Genie
Kiddle, Bros Russell, Hattie
Klelly, Miss Katie Russell, 11 A
Rellly, Miss Mary Russell, P.bt
Riley, .sirs T D Butter, Dr 'leo Hubert
Riley, Miss Nellie ißustorholz, Miss Marie
Kingstrom. Miss Blends lix erson, Miss Cara
Baser, Hern Slee, T G
Saesesser, Jacob Slingheyde. C
Salmon, I, W Sblorlth, Miss Zorka
Samuels, Miss Emma Small, Miss Annie
Samuels, Louie smith, II J A Co
Samuel, Louis E Smith, II P
Salyer, B Smith, Melanctbon
S F Investment Co Smith, I ii
Sanford, Sadie Smith. Tbos A
Sansome, Mrs Schmitt, J C
Santlne. Mrs C J Schmidt, Mrs S
Sautour, M Scbnleder, Mrs A
S.-.ultry. Mary Smith. Miss Agnes E
Sanders, Geo A Schneider, sirs .untitle I
Sanders, Henry Schnldcr. Mrs Anna
Saul, B F Schneider. E C
Savage, Mrs E R Schneider. M Marie
Savcil, SY B Snow, Miss Lulu X
Sri, a: r Mrs Solomon, Edwd X
Schalr, Mrs Summer. A B
Scbatr, Martin Soinners, L c
Scblhl, Mrs L Sumner. Mrs S
Bchilllg, Augifst Sonoma SVine A Cl Dep
Schllcht, Mrs Anna Sorally. Green ,-#.-*
Schlonilug, Harry Stirensen.JA
St-h'opke, II Soueb. Mrs A
Schofield. Prof Fielding -Sparks, .silss Mabel
Schone, Leopold Spencer, Geo SV
Schoeau, Clem Spencer, Miss Rebecca
Schow, Frank B Spencer, I. B
Scbrock, Geo Sperry, C X
Schuitz. Miss Minnie Splcer, Miss Luclnda
Schuman, Mrs Hpllier, Mrs Minnie
Sc human, Mrs M L Bplttal, Win
Seal, Mrs Sarah Sprague, Orlando
Sednearb, Ralph Sprout, Dr J il
Scemaii. Mrs Sljulin. Miss Mary
Serriil. Mrs SVm D StaTyO, 11
Seymour, Mmc staßor, Mrs Maggie '
Seymour. DC Stausman. Richd
Shatter. Mrs Payne Steele A Bell
Shannon, Dr J Steele, J C
Shanklaud, Marl. Stent, Mrs C
Sharpe, F w Stern. Minnie
Sharpe, Jas S Stevens, E E
Shearer, Sir Stevens, .Inn R
Sheedy, Sirs Marg Stevens, Miss Maude
Shelon, Irani Stevenson, C D
Sheriff. Mrs II It Stewart. Albert
Sberwln. Williams ACo Stewarr. .sirs Mary
Shine, Miss M Stlratt. Win
Sboppe, C 0 Stover, Miss Grace M
Shorth, J J Btrage, Dr A . - , ;
Slkcy. Emerlck Straudgren, E
Seii.e, Frank Strong, Sylvester
Sylna. Mary E Stump, ii 11
Sylvester, o w Styan, svm
Simmons, .Miss Florence Sullivan. Delia
Simpson, Miss Anule Sullivan, Hiss Maggie
Simpson, J R - Surety Loan A Trust Co
Singer, F -'- Sutton, Owen P
jobiotn, Johanna svans. Miss Noly
Skambte. Isabella Swectlaud. E E
Skau, Peter Sweeney, Edwd
Slankanl, Mary Sweet, Spencer
Slater, John Syuer, Sirs Mammle E
Taylor, Mrs Thornton, George
Taylor, Airred Thornton, George II
Taylor, Arthur H - Thrasher, Mrs John
Tennyson. D D ge. Dr X
Tew. Dr Martha A THlingha-d, Mrs H C
Tevlß. Dr S R Tippett, John D
Thleie. Dr Toland, Sirs SI B M
Thomas, Miss Emma Tomeriln, Miles
Thomas, Col lt M B Treat. Fr
Thomson. A St Turner. N B
Thompson, Joe Turner, Miss Addle J
Thomson, Pb Turner. Miss Sadie
Thorn, Miss Ella Tyson. Sirs SV H
Thome. Mrs S
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Clster. V P -
Vaughn. William i Virgo, Mrs
Van der Elrt, John Vivian, Miss Leah
Vautlue, Mrs Ceil a Volier. vv E
Vestersohn.E Vogel, Fred
Vest, T A Vogt, Mrs Caroline
Wat r. siitis Mabel Wlcfcershelro, Tak
svaluwright, J G SVickersham, J O
TValmuck. Oscar SS'iicox, A D
Walker, Sirs Charles Wilcox, Frank W
Walker. Mrs Heiener svi;.-y, -Irs C P
Walker, Israel SVi.holntt, Paul
Walsh. George C ken, Mist, W
Walton, Mrs Bertie Wood, Will
Walton, Mrs BO Williams, Mrs Anns L
Ward A O'Brien Williams, Charles
Ward, Miss Bertie Williams, Rev Elwln S
Ward. PS Williams. Miss JB
Warficld, Mrs X F Williams, H A
SVashnurn, ES Williams. CaptT D
Watters, Mrs Bettl Wilson, C E
Walts, Mrs Lewis Wilson, N B
Wane:. Soren SSing;,;'-, Miss Nancy P
Wat* ins, SV L Wit <■ a- Brandy Co
Watson. F C Winters, Theodore
Webb. IJ 1' Winters. William
Weber, Frederlch SShnoit. W SV
Welse, Eliza . » •: SV lac. 1) B
Weiss, Sirs E J Wlrtke, Kichard
Well, Leopold Woods, Ed
Weiton. Mrs Mary A Wood. E Montague
West. F B SVood.GL
West. T J SVood. II V
Weston, II B Woulko A stoer
SS ts'.phai. Mrs Agatha Woir-kiil. J c
SS, •**..!. Johann P Wolcott. C L
svhorton, George F W'oisteuliolme, Walter
SVheatley, H L SS'oulble. James
Wheeler, I) II Woman's Silk Culture So
ts hiie. Mrs FsnnJe clety
White. F H Woodward, Mrs Ella
hue. Miss Gertie L SVoodtborpe. Harry
White, James Woodburn. R
White, P J ■;■■'•■ SS'orinington. Henry . -'
Whiting. E C Worth, Mabel
Whllinyer, Gallib Wright. Sirs a
Whiteside, Sidney B Wright, R G
st lckeu, John 11 Wyer, Miss Emma
Wicker, F" SV A J SVynian, H C
Wickberg, Mrs Annie
Teaser, John Young, Mamie
Young, Sirs F L I York, Leonard H
Young. Mrs G W Youle.G
Young, Miss Jeannle S Ycunt, Mrs Lucy
Young, Miss Jennie
Za thr. .lumen A .Ziegei.russ. Miss Emma
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Allegre, Adrien Lnzare, Leopold
Rurande. Mous Lecoute, Avouo
Claude, Jean Pllastre, Emile
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Delbose, Aug Rater, Francois
Dcsages, A Sadler, Tbeo
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Beautlean, lima iLefevre, Jeanette
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Bellautl, Ant Glbelllnl, Angelo
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HOME MADE^^^p PURE
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Dates of Departure From San Franclso^*
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rugec. sound.. ..iMarIO.IUAW M l'm- 11 I
11a... I Honolulu I Mar 10. '/px Ocean
'China* Japan.. I Mar 10. 3pm PH.BS
>y.... Sanredro Mar 10. Bam Bijir"y3
a -V*.' .v lV't Sound I Mar 11. 9a>l|B<li»'t 1
oles.. HumbolUt luy.. M.irll.iUw HdWrl
SanDlezo ;M'irl2.lUS BiWyi
! Portland Mar I 'J.l | Spear
tte ViVaquina liar.... I Mar 19, 12u s.-aw'H
I Vie* Pit SouuiliMar 10.9AVIHtIw'r 1
la....|t'ortlaaii I Mar 18. 10am ISpcar
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BUN AND TIDE TABLE.
Ia Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Tiio.u
'Jk.nxknt, Chronometer and lustra.
Maker. 18 Market street.
S in ill.
n.w. lit. i.w.
Larja. SuialL Uirja.
11.53 I'M 10.31 am 4.:
0.0 ) AMiII.HB All 5.
0.53 am 0.18 rv 6.1
1.05 ah I.US r.M 6..'
1.34 ah ! 2.10 VM 7.
2.13 AH 8.21 m B.;
2.56 ax 4.4 1 I'M ».'
tor /.ott nhipiiiitti Jiite.ilioe,uii tea tUffiw, I'oqx
Sunday, Mar 8.
Br stmr Scandinavia, "-sunders, 35 days from
Santa Rosalia, via San Diego 3 days; 31)0 tons coke,
to John svewk.
Stmr Oregon, Polennn. 56 hours from Portland,
via Astoria li*'_, hours; pass and mdse to Union Pa
cific Railway Co. -
Stmr Newport, Smith, 52 hours from Redondo;
Goodall. Perkins .* Co.
Btmr Gipsy, Plummer, 13 hours rrom Santa Crus;
produce, to Goodall. Perkins A Co.
Stmr Coos Bay, Lelaud, (10 hours from San Pedro;
pass and mdse, to UoodaU, Perkins * Co.
Stmr Record. Jensen, — boars rrom Point Areas.
Stmr Santa Maria. Keneaiy, '28 hours from I'liuo;
produce, to D J Mohcrlu,
Sctsdav. Mar 9.
Stmr Humboldt. .lessen. Eureka.
Stiur Pomona, Hall, San Diego.
Stmr State or California. .Vckley, Portland.
Ship Dashing Wave, Morehouse. Tacoma, ' i
Ship Palestine, McCartney, Tacuma.
Bark Shirley, . : a,-_-:ir t , T.teoiiia.
Nlc bark Buodaieer, At- y, Naualmo.
Bark Templar, Cai dell, s attle.
sehr Free Trade, Sund, Coiiullle River.
Sehr SV'ng and Wing, '!" <liii.ii:s--ii, Coos Bay.
Sehr Puritan. Warner, Salinas Cruz. ■
Scbr Corona. Mc^e^*^.
POINT LOBOS — Mar 8-lJ r. x. — Weuasr
clear; wind calm. .
' Domestic Port*.
SAN DlEGO— Sailed liar B— Sdu l.ottla Carson.
HUENEMf:— ..ailed Mar 7-strur Silver Spring.
For :-•! '* irtl.
NANAIMO-Sailed Mar 7— Ship Colombia, for San
Fraucisco. '-J- J
liniitirt iti'i-is. '
REDONDO— Per Newport- 370 sks corn, 4 pkgs
plows, 114 ska .-at. JiJIS bis fertilizer, 1 bl 14 ska
rags, 40 bxs in •[<.-*. 749 bxs oranges, 27 bxs limes,
- B. a metal, II) bxs tomatoes. 27 bxs mdse.
Huenr-tire — 11 csegjs.J! bdls pelts, 'J bbls tallow,
40 green hides, 1 cs seed, 1 bx butter, 7 sks rice, I
cs pigs' feet, 1 cs beef, 1 bbl hardware, 1 cs dry
goods. 2000 -it, wheat.
MONTEREY— Per Gipsy— l cb tea, 1 bbl mack
erel, l bf bx butter, 35 gr eu hides, i bx cheese, 7
-bbls 2 bxs llali.
Moss Lauding— 9 sks potatoes, 3cs eggs,
Watsonvllle— '.l3 s'-s potatoes.
Pajaro Valley— 210 sks beans, 450 aks potatoes.
Santa Cruz— s cs cheese, li ?. bxs butler. 2os gaso
line, 1 cs hardware, 750 bbls nine.
Pigeon Point— sl 'tr 07 sss cheese, li bxs butter.
48 bxs apples.
PORTLAND Per Oregon -4»23 sks wheat, 9382
sksoats, 300 sss flax, 1.971 sks potatoes. .il- ska
onions. 2513 ski bran. 2090 sks barley, 908 qr 1020
hf sits Pour. 177 sks oil meal, 370 bdls hides, 172 sks
glue stock, 1781 bdis pulp, 104 bdls paper, 610 bdls
hoops. 100 cs canned goods, 1 pkg saws, 2 rls 20 tons
iron. 1 itx wedges, 1 bx tallow, 2 bis 10 bxs woolens,
33 cs wine, 30 tons 134 pkgs scrap Iron, 5 cs carpet,
2 rls leather. 1 cs cotton goods, l pump, 15 cs shoes,
4 cs to! an o, 44 sks horseradish. 5 pkgs express.
Astoria— 2oo s<s oysters, 1 cs twine, 2 rls leather,
3 bdrs skins, 1 cs cigars, 2 pkgs express, treasure '
EtDuN'DO— Per Cool Bay— 46l bis orangei, 1 bx
harness, 5 bxs lemons, 20 bxs limes, 1 bag nuts, 2
sks cots, 6 sks raisins.
Sau Pedro— l9l oxs oranges, 12 bxs tomatoes, 20 *
Se.. tur.i— 1 bl trees. 101 bxs raisins, 16 sks dried
apples, 1 sk dried peaches. 1 sk dried raisins, 1 cs
dry goods, 22 bxs lemons, 21 cs eggs, 673 sks beans,
I coop fowls.
Simla Barbara— bdls pelts. 113 wet hides. 1 bdl
dry blues, 0 bbls tallow, .54 -ks abalone shells, 13
- bxs lemons. 7 bxs oranges. 2 bxs butter.
Oav ota— B bxs butter, 2 bxs books, 37 sts craw
fish, 1 cs eggs, 198 >** beans,
Fort liar 10rd— 4.0,., bxs butter, 7 bxs cheese, 1 cs
boots and shoes. 4 cs eggs, 2 b^s collee, 2 kgs asphal
tum, 1 cs dry goods.
JtUpomo— aks bestus, 12 sks barley.
Santa Maria— 44 sks wheat.
Cayucos— l4 l bxs butter, 10 cs eggs. 28 es cheese.
San Simeon— l2B bxs butter, 71,2 cs eggs, 1 cs ac
cordions, 1 ska talon?*.
REDONDO— Per Santa Maria— 6lß bis oranges. 9
bbls pickles, 119 Itxs curry, 75 bxs pepper, 81 bxs
pickles. 7 cs wine, 1 091 olives, 1 cs dry goods.
Cayuco.— l9 csks whale oil.
* Loiupoc— 6o2 sks beans, .1 sks wax, 1 bbl salmon,
Pisino— 2 cs honey, 1810 sks beans, 20 salt hides,
9 bills sheep pelts, 3 bdls goat pelts.
Per Gipsy-S I. Jones A Co: C E Whitney* Co: n
A Harris; Bissiuger A Co; Sherry, Liwreuce A Co;
H Dutard: Buss, Sanders A Co; Martin, Feuser A
Co; Titos Lougherao : RM AtchlnsonA Co; Dodge,
Sweeney A Co: Whlttler, Fuller A 40; Yon Rohne
A llenet'ke; Huntington, Hopkins A Co; Kowalsky
A Co; II Coweli A Co; Mitchell .V Peterson; Norton,
Teller A Co; Itrigharn. Hoppe .v Co; Gets Bros A Co;
M T Freitas A Co : Witt land A F'rederlckson.
Per Newport-McDonough A Johnson; J ,1 Melius;
M Levy .V: Co; Allison, Gray & Co; Evelelb A Nash;
Chas Hurley A Co: Dodge. Sweeney A Co; Deer Imp
Co; Getz Bros A Co: C L Dlngley A Co: J W Grace
A Co: B.rss'-tt A Bunker; Haas Bros: J de Martini
A Co; Northwest Fruit Co; E J uowen A Co; M
Franklin: A Gerberdlng.
Per Oregon— Allen A Lewis II Dutard; Page A
Son: Geo Morrow .1 Co; Moore, Ferguson A Co;, L
A N Dusenbery; Koshland Bros; M Waterman A •
Co; G P Mi-Near: ."t-litvabai'lier Bros: Kpplugtr A
Co: Balfour, Guthrie .1 Co; J Everding A Co: Amer •
Biscuit ISo; Allison, Gray .v Co; Eagle Cracker Bak
ery: A Levy a- l": M. I'itei son .V Rucker: J V En
glish: Wolf, Brown .1 Co; J Connors: Wolf A Co;
lialtoit Bros: D Keere A Co; Blsslnger A Co; Crown
Paper Co: Willamette Pulp A per Co: D It Brown:
SH Prank .v. Co;-C Heilwlg; N SV Spaulding: P.lO
Iron and Nan Co; J SS'agutr A Co; A Doble; i) N Jt
E Walters: W Lii-ht, n:.- t. : Pursch * Kaskell; Pao
Pickle and Vinegar Works: Husband -v Brooks: M
II Morashan; Greeubaum .* Co; Neustadter Bros; J
C Belt I A* Co; Brown Bros A Co: Wells. Fargo A Co;
Buckingham, Hecbt A Co: Lewis Packing Co; Malm
A Steel: Fisher Packing Co; Koiilberg A Co.
Per Coos Bay —1. Scatena A Co: Ii Levy Co; JO
Sarnl A Co; L Sresovich; McDononghA Johnson;
Allison. Gray * Co; Hart Saddlery Co; Ooulil A Jar
dine; Porter I'.r 11 .11 ': Lusk at: Hughes; Trohuck
* Berger; .-■..: Bros A Co; rl N Tildeu A Co: Fl W
Edwards; Grangers* Business Ass'n: J P Thomas; A
J B linmcll; Levi Strauss A Co: l.owry * Stellar: SV
R strong .'_- Co ; Bassett A Bunker; Blsslnger A Co:
E it Stevens a Co: C 1; Whitney A Co; W H Wood
A Co: Hlsdon, Cahen Jt Co; C F O'Callaghan A Bros;
Whlttler, Fuller A Co; bngliam. Hoppe A Co; Le
molu A lit-lieoi; 11 Dot ard: Hills Bros; J ivanco
vlch: Norton, Teller A Co; Dodge. Sweeney A Co;
Wheaton A Luhrs; H Heckman A Oo: APaadlnl:
D Tiedeman & Co: Buckingham. Keeht A Co; SVhit
ner, Shattuck a Co: M 1' Freitas A Co; Lebcnbaam
Bros; BMcHonryACo; De Bernardl A SVestphal:
OI) smith A l": I;-'-- A Hewlett; SI Golrttree; A
Crocker A Bros; B M Atcbioson * Co: Dalton Bros:
Hegler tV Johnson; Marshall, Teggart A- Brers en; O
Montgomery A Co; Vervallu A- Rowe; irau Pros;
Smith's Cash Store.
Per Santa Maria— Sherwood A Sherwood: Leraggl
ABarbari.i: L Bcatena; Phelps, But*r.v Co; E.I
Baldwin; Grangers' Business Ass'n: 11 Dotard: -I SV
Moore; John Laws; Smith's Cash Store; Neuber
ger, P.elss A Co; J P Thomas; Blsslnger* Co; Phil
lips Bros. . . - ■■ -■ - - *
A Shin of Reanty ie a Joy Foreran
DR. T. I'KI.IX Olil'KAl'D'B
-•.Oriental Cream, or Magical Beantifler»
_£= . j -ye?"??*-*, Removes Tan, Pimples,
**-££ i~ e-iS!S_-__-3\ Freckles, M -ttr - Patches,
S '-_,"- -3 P»i»3la>t I '* I'"'1 '"' a "d **->•■ diseases,
r--_S i-~ s^tiijSai'ifi an J --very blenlsb on
- K^a* v\t*V^V&< S a-m auty .* , "i. de-
«*___SS -_9 «*'«-t /r%iii I* dotecrlon.
__..= - - tgt \J^ _B_f On Its virtue!
C-< ra c * T" "^ K-Jf itbtsstotiil the
eS s a __/<r*n_r -3T trat ot f<,rtr
,ss_£-?' V 4**3 ye-urs-.no other
_^ii^ _5 " i"- fn nin - » ml ta *°
Jejvt^ JK.-* -lix Vl harmless we
t9Ah£fmx— X/'rSKB ( taste it to be
_er*__*'ri *i_Jr^; ml \ *-"■•- It Li prop-
f^ J-ft-J^re" -ly^l A A eriy made.- Ar>
I *l*r'V9tfiKTQi^AQSr__rA i 1 c.*;it no cona*
|^*-?t«M«H»>'.V--J?*'aa. -^Ai 1 felt of siml-
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l '*?!Sl^!wS-!'jJ«*'i*.'*>.' '- rUstlnt-tllsherl
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laid to a lady or tue \;mi ton ia patient): "As you
taiii- 1 _tv t.i, Ihem. I recomm' nil- '• '■• *l*r-* , IVt-ura*
as the least harmful 0' all S3We prcjiarations." One
bottle will last siT months, usinr it ever. day. Also .
Poudre subtile removes superfluous hatr without
lojury to the skin. . __
MR I) T. HOPKINS, Trop'r. 37 Great Jones it, N. T.
Por sale by all DnigalsU anil Fancy tioo.l* Dealers
throughout the l : . 1 1 .. Caaadai and Europe.
tii- lieware or Baa* Imltatlous. CIUOU Uew ard
0* arrest sod proor of tuy one selling same.
isrJJO SaMo 8p ly
■ - .. _*m _ »c will mull uoods torellv -
.^wPSw-sSL l)le parties throughout the
i_SS!Sfc i s^S--_-s_^i *-"i'Uctl States for approval.
-^SLJKff* 'J lie newest styles »ml bei:
E&^Kra^nw^ cl goods at lowest prices.
feffJßsg&aggy.^ 1 No nt-.-ey required until
■^*$jasJ__*Al ' \ :il '>'^ic rt'i-esvo.l. Noobll-
oS!- : -gs4 rt^ i- atlon to keep Ro,*ds If na.
/^^y\~t jj lattsfactory. forclrc
T^ \_J JOHN MEDINA,
7/V \T^ 4ija Wa»hlnjcton St..
r Boston. Mjm,
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