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passed March SUi, 1801. 

Section 11. The Librarian shall cause to be kept a register of 
all books issued and returned: and all books taken by the members 
of the Legislature, or its officers, shall he returned at the close of 
the session. If any person injure or fail to return any book taken 
from the Library, he shall forfeit and pay to the Librarian, for the 
benefit of the Library, three times the value thereof; and before 
the Controller shall issue his warrant in favor of any member or 
officer of the Legislature, or of this State, for his per diem, allow- 
ance, or salary, he shall be satisfied that such member or officer 
has returned all books taken out of the Library' u >' him, and has 
settled all accounts for injuring such books or otherwise. 

Sec. 15. Books may be taken from the Library by the members 
' of the Legislature and its officers during the session of the same, 
! and at any lime b\ the Governor and the officers of the Executive 
i Department of this State, who are required to keep their offices al 
I the seat of government, the Justices of the Supreme Court, the 
Attorney-General, and the Trustees of the Library. 



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Thursday Evening', July 1. 

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

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a wwBmlll elly Loa Anc»l«t. h 
bar*, aran ncarlj than anjr otbtr plan. 
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>leam«r waa unable to dbicharire into a 
Ufbter at the latter plaoa, but carrlotl tutr 

argo on toftan IHeffo, a»eboonvruuload«tl 
at Baota Monica lumber fur the oonnlruc- 
tioiiof tho wharf at that point. TM» wbiirf 

i two thouaand foot in lenjtth. aud rcacln-n 
a polut whvre there li thirty feet of water 
at low tid. From the wharf to Lor An- 
gela* tin- road U-..1 of tho propoaed lailroail 
yi gradad ; tin tio« are ooutraetwl (or. and 
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coooeded after an OAaailuatloii 
uianj advantaicea. 

Tlio futore city of th* Southern Coa«t. 

The Long Branch ol i , 

The twmimiii of two trana-contlnentiil 

roads, 
Twal»erui)r n\ iwuuliful beach for riding 

and driving. 
A toll of unexampled fertility. 
A elte of uiiHiirnuprim; b«aiity 
The tcKiilniit of the Lo» Aj.kcIm hud in- 

uaDtodence Rallroa<l. 
'oinoianding the trndi 

t'-oeo. and Cerro Oordo, 
8urmuadad by 100,000 acrc« of land I 

Orang*. Olive ami Lenion Orchards, 
ffwalvo mWm bom Los Ang«hui 
A harhnr where vessels can rind i 

any xtorni. 
Thirty fcot of water at tbe wharf st low 

tide. 
Abundant water.fronj living sprints, arte- 
sian welh and ordinary wells 
Htrevts and loto liave » natural grade 
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To merchants, desiring to ooouuence bual 

^naas ofloj kind 

Tomaawaniea eeeldiiK to establish them. 

BAHTA MONICA 

Offera a moil Inviting opportunlt) 



ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE! OF SANTA MONICA, 

IXCIATDING BUSINESS lAlTS, EESI1DENCE LOTS, AND VILLA fAi 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, < ON THUR8DAY, JULY 15, I 87S 

Terma of sale will be made known through the public preaft. No Jots Jispoaetl of at private kiU ; !tu . ictioiL 

i For Maps, raaapbiets, and ganeral lnfomatfon In regard to the proposed city, apply at Santa Mouicj 01 si 

The San Francisco Office of the Santa Monica Land Company, 339 Pine St.. Eocir. &* 



TS-" ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 

ed Every Day in the Tear, by 



KJ* JIF.RIDA.VT STREET. 

r Montgomery San Francisco 



THURSDAY JULY 1 



THEATRICAL GO&Sir. 

The Parisian dramatic and musical sea- 
son now drawing to a close, has been, on 
the whole, a moceasfuJ rather than a bril- 
liant one. 

We are glad to hear that J. Cbeever 
Oooclvrio « burles'jae of "Evangeline,' 1 baa 
been a eucce&s in Boston. Mr. Goodwin's 
name will certainly be remembered by 
many as that of the clever writer of the 
librettos of "Girone-Girofla," "The Prin- 
cess of Trebizomie," "La Fille de Madame 
Angot" and *'La Belle Helene" used by 
r ;imes A. Gates and Company. The 
Boston Courier fays of the burlesque : Mr. 
Goodwin has absolutely flooded us with hu 
double meaning*. We come to the surface 
a moment to breathe and we are taken off 
our feet and lost in a sea of wild and whirl- 
ing w.-.rds, while we long in vain for an ark 
M safety and the companionship of dumb 
animals. But Mr. Goodwin has striven too 
much after originality. This ambition, 
however, is a failing that leans to viritue's 
side, and though his effort to produce aome- 
tbiag uovel is somewhat too palpable, it 
shows that he has a mind of his own and 
prefers the rugged, unexplored mountain 
pathway to the beaten level highway of 
the ordinary dramatic wayfarer. Many of 
the incidents are strictly without a preced- 
ent in my knowledge or burlesque, and en- 
title Mr. Goo iwin to be called the Jules 
Verne of American extravaganza. As in- 
stances I might cite the pursuit of Evange- 
line by a whale, the disguise of two naval 
deserters as a dancing heifer, the note- 
worthy mustering of nearly all of the dra- 
matis persona? on a pyramid of Saratoga 
trunks previous to Evageline's enforced de- 
parture from the village of Grand Pre, and 
the flight of the balloon from Africa to Ar- 
izona en route to "the shores of the basin 
of Minaa." The execution of these ideas 
is, perhaps, not equal to their conception 
but it shows an effort in a proper direc- 
tion. 

Another Italian star, Signor Roasi, has 
made his reputation in Shakespearean 
characters. ''Hamlet," "Macbeth," "Lear" 
and "Othello, are as prominent among 
Signor Rossi's past impersonations as 
"Faust" and "Cid." Curiously enough, 
he was born in the some year a3 Signor 
Salvini — i. e. , 1829. He is a native of Leg- 
horn, and was, it is said, educated for the 
bar, but, finding bis vocation on the tragic 
stage, left the duller study of mechanical 
life for the footlights. But Signor Rossi is, 
strange to say, a comedian as well— sister 
parts that are seldom in unison. This is 
his first appearance in England. 

Looking over a list of the various places 
of amusement in the English metropolis 
has made us come to the conclusion that 
London has not only the greatest number 
of any city on the face of the earth, but 
can also justly boast of thegreatest variety. 
At the present moment there are two Ital- 
ian operas, one French opera, one Italian 
tragedian and company, besides which 
Rossi and still another Frenth company are 
expected. Thus they have five troupes of 
foreigners. Next come no less than thirty 
theatres for the performance of English 
comedy, drama and burlesque. The sub- 
urbs have the Crystal Palace and Alexan- 
dra Palace for general amusements, while 
• close to the city are found Cremorne, Sur- 
rey and North Woolwich Gardens for at 
music and dancing. 

The Philadelphia All Day City Item is 
never remarkable for its Baying smooth 
things concerning actors. Of Mr. Edward 
Arnott, it says : "He belongs to the usual 
class of English actors imported by that 
close old gentleman, Mr. Lester Waliack, 
because he could engage them in London 
for less salary than he would have to pay 
in this country, which little trick, Mr. 
Waliack learned from his lamented papa. " 



Palmer Bros. .. . . . A , 

Keep the "Crown" Perfumery, the beet in use, 
726 to 7if4 Market street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVORCES OBTAINED! 

Without Publicity! 

On Shortest Notice ! 

For Any Cause Whatever ! 

Legal Everywhere f 
gST All corrsJimndenoe strictly confidential. 
Address ATTORNEY. 

r. .; . 400. Pojtt-Otbce, 
jyl-tf San FrancUfo. 



1776 ^ 1875 



PROCLAMATION. 
July 4th, 1875. 

HEADQUARTERS GRAXD MARSHAL "1 

No. 127 Montgomery street, V 

San Francisco. Cal., June 17th, 1875.) 

FELLOW CITIZENS :— The near approach o! 
the Ninety-ninth Aniversary of the Declaration of 
American Independence is the signal to invoke good 
citizens to aid in perfecting the arrangements for a 
fitting celebration of the honored day. 

Having been distinguish' d in the appointment of 
Grand Marshal by the unanimous choice of the 
Committee of Arrangements, I desire to extend to 
all military organizatiots. civic bodies, societies. 
and all classes of citizens willing to organize for the 
purpose, a warm and hearty invitation to join in 
the memorial honors of the day. 

Without partizan or sectional bias, looking only 
to the glorious national memories of the past, and 
to the prosperous future stretching far before us, let 
us, dwellers by the Western Sea, send back a loyal 
greeting to our fellow-citizens nearer the birth-place 
of National Freedom. 

The first century of American freedom draws to 
its glorious close. National trials and struggles for 
existence have not shattered the noble fabric of 
Republican self-government— cemented as it is by 
the blood of our Revolutionary forefathers. Look- 
ing backward to the early vicissitudes of our national 
existence, the American citizen sees in the hiyb- 
souled patriotism of the Revolution the grandest 
model of duty and self-devotion. Let us fittingly 
honor the day, the men, the deed. The Indepen- 
dence of America ! its proclamation gave hope to 
suffering millions; its achievement hjks given happi- 
ness to a vast nation In wealth and uuinbera, for 
surpassing the most sanguine hopes of the manly 
heroes who fought for posterity, who died that we 
might be free. In peaceful enjoyment of the free- 
dom so dearly purchased, let us as a grateful body 
of fellow-citizen b forget any dividing line in the one 
proud boast that we are Americans. 

Special invitations will be extended to all access- 
ible associations, and it is enjoined upon all classes 
of our citizens to organize under chosen officers and 
receive a proper place in line. 

Announcement is made of the appointment of 
Major R. H, Savage as Chief Aid to the Grand 

Marshal. 

Committees on Finance will be duly announced, 
aud iu their visits to our fellow-citizens, the general 
response peculiar to California is invoked for the 
necessary support of such a celebration as will do 
our loyalty credit. 

JOHN McCOMB. 

jul 3- 14 Grand Marshal. 



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MlXitary Goods 
TRIMMINGS, 

KH.Ull. ROSETTES. STREAMERS, 
FLAGS, RANKERS. 

And everything for Fourth of July Parade, at New 
York prices, for Cash, can be had at 

NORCROSS & CO'S, 

MASONIC TEMPLE, 
jc29-lw No. 6 Post Street. 



Edwin Booth and his Theatre. 

Some little time ago Mr. Edwin Booth 
was requested by the managers to name 
his own terms for an engagement at Booth's, 
but thus far he has declined to reappear at 
that theatre on the gronnd that he could 
not act again on a stage already identified 
with the loss M Mb entire fortune. Prac- 
tical business men might be tempted into 
ridiculing bo mawkish and sentimental an 
excuse. It follows, however, that while 
Mr. Booth has declined to act on the stage 
of a theatre bearing his name, he will, 
instead, make his re-entree at Daly's 
Fifth Avenue, where he will appear Oct. 
4. There haa been some sympathy ex- 
pressed for the great tragedian, based on 
the belief that his pecuniary misfortunes 
had excluded his presence from the grand 
edifice he had created; but the foregoing 
authoritative statement will Berve to dissi- 
pate all erroneous impressions on the sub- 
ject. 

A Wash stand Mystery. 

If water be placed in a circular vessel 
with a small exit pipe in the center of the 
latter, and if. having come to rest, the 
fluid be allowed suddenly to flow out, it is 
found that when the surface haa arrived 
within about four inches of the said exit a 
deep funnel is formed in the center by the 
rapid revolution of the water, caused in 
part by the effort of the air to enter the 
exit pipe. 

This can easily be proved by & trial in 
the usual form of the stationary washstand. 
While the depth of water is considerable, 
the whirling motion and funnel do not oc- 
cur, probably, because the thicker stratum 
of fluid is better able to sustain the pres- 
sure of the atmosphere over a partial vac-, 
fu«n in the pipe. The very remarkable 
fact connected with this phenomenon is 
that ihe revolution occurs invariably from 
the right h-ivi to the left knrvi and toward* 
the observer nd herein it very evidently 
follows a co. ant, mysterious law. 

-" Chicago Movtnc Westward.** 

Among the re;ent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
J T eBBrs. T.AD L-indy. who have just opened at No. 
',,7 Mission street opposite St. Patrick's church, 
•nth the fine?' ■ ■->:-- aisn*. ever imported to this 
; ait of black a .invn, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engraving?, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
■prayer books, etc., etc. all of which they furnish 
on ea;iy payments. 



Oet your Diamonds set to suit your taste ; and your 
Jewelry made to please you. 

MARKET~«TREET 

Jewelry 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

MESSINCER & HAHN, 
Diamond »et«©r», 

Manufacturers and Dealers In 
WATCHES, DIAMO.VDS, JEWEIBT, Elc. 

Watches and Jewelry Promptly Repaired. 

808 MARKET STREET. mS-lm 



ee AiMnvr /\ Tvr, 

The Finest Bath-nonse In the World 

will open for business on Tuesday, Jane 29tll. 

ImiTored Turkish Bath. )*»! 50. or Six Tickets lor 
St7 7M. Refreshments extra. Ladies" days for the 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Bathe (or Ladies open exery day ; 
entrance on Bafley place, 08 OFarrell street ; lor 
Gentlemen. ■ ■ and 13 Dupont «t. DBS. LURY E A 
£ TRASK. Proprietors. je23-lw 



•T. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCa 
Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in exery style. PRIVATE 

STJPPER ROOMS FOR PASTIES. 

No. SW Second Street, Corner of Tehama. 



THAT^S SO. 

Beautiful and Sub-.tar.tlal Sets 

of Artifical TEETH only 815 and war- 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
cisc. Beautiful Cold and Platina Fillings for 81 
and upwards, and warranted for Ufa Twenty years 
experience in New YorkOtty. Office, 24 Poetstreet 

between Montgomery and Keami. 

mh-12 DB. LUTHER, Dentist. 




I* -A. X-. -*3L <0 E3. 

The Most Respectable Place on the 
PACIFIC COAST. 

837 Bxisli Street, 

Above Magiiire's New Theatre. 

Terr;, pin Stew*. Shrimp Salads. Crab 
Salads, Deviled Crabs. 'Welsh Rare-Bits, our own 
Pan Boasts and Par Excellence, Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Bock Oysters fresh from our own Oyster 
Beds every morning, Chops, Steaks. Ice Creams and 
the beet of Winer, and Cigars. Oyster Fricassees a 
specialty. J>\ B Elegant private parlors for fami- 
lies and select parties up-atalrs, 

CUAltLJLS IIAACKF. 

nihlS-tf Proprietor. 



LONDON 



Covent Garden! 



THE GATHERING [PLACE OF 



THE FASHIONABLE WORLD 

....THE ONLY.... 

Oyster Palace! 

In the City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mal EKWIW ROSSI, Proprietor. 



GOODENOTjaH 




No. 1 77 Jessie Street. 

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To the Unfortunate. 

£r. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

If 0.16*23 Kearny Street. Corner of 

Commercial, San FrancLsoc. Lr'rance on 
Commercial Established In 185*. for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly tbe 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
Impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. 7. GIBBON, Box 1967, San 
Francisco. no2&-tf 



OEO. A. CASE, 

*D *JB 2XT T I r» T » 
213 Kearny Street, 

Between Sutter and Bush Streets 

Dentistry in all its branches, at reasonable rates 
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Theology, History, Biography, Travels, 

Fiction, Art. Sciences. Medical, etc. 
Libraries and Parcels of Books Bought. mal4-lm 




AT GRAY'S NEW WUSIC STORES, 

105 KKAKXl STREET. jell-lm 



Medical Advice, 

DH. W. K. DOHERTTS 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. DOllEKTV returns his sin- 

cere thanks to his numeroua patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for tbe cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE «*nd tin Nl TO-URINARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 
practice of many years In Europe and the United 
States he is enabled to apply the most efficient aud 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
bis patients in a correct and honorable way. and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
Implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOHEBTY. M. D.. 

mhU-tf San Francisco, Cal. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Horitf»fie In. on and Saving* 

Bank of California. 5:t4 Calii^nna street cornorot 
Webb -For tbe <|iiarter onduig with June jotn. 
1875, a dividend baa been declared at the rate 
of Eight (8) per cent per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, (roe of Pfidorai tax ^"J^V 
July Ctb.1875. JOHN T. CARTER. 
j/l-Im feecretary. 



DIVIDE S P NOTICE. 

The CMifornia Savings and Loan So- 
doty. 512 California Street. 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and .Six Tenths l9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Ei«ht (3) per cent 
nor annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30. 1875, Free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday. July 6th. 1875. By 

jeSS-lm D. R OHISHOLM. Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 
For the hnlf y*-ar ending with June 

30tb, 1875. a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one haif (71) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable oo and after 
July 12tb, 1875. Per order, 
je28-lm LOVELL WHITE. Cashier. 



Mahogany Leaf 

FINE-CUT 

CHEWING TOBACCO ! 

Nannfacturcd by the 

CONSOLIDATED T08ACC0 CO. 

....OF.... 

Choice Ripe Mahogany California- 
Grown Leaf, 

CUBED BY THE GULP PKOCESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

:...and.... 

MORE NATURAL SUGAR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 

For sale in lots to suit at 

NO. 207 FRONT STREET, 

....BY THE.... 

Consolidated Tobacco Co. 

je25-]0t E. i!Ri<;«:s. Agent. 



HOWARD ST. LIVERY and SALE 

€&SBBr STABLE, 

Sowitrd Street, 

Between Fourth and Filth Streets, ban Francisco. 
PUXLIP HOBSHEAD, Proprietor. 



CALIFORNIA 

FIREWORKS! 

Bockets, Bombs, _ 

Boinan Candlcti, Eire Crackers, 
Benffolaa, Shells, 

Wheels, lines. 

•pVERYTHINO FOE CELEBRATING THE 

FOURTH OF JULY. 

Small Firkwobks and Labor Pieces for City 
and Country Exhibitions, manufactured at our Lab- 
oratory, in 8an Francisco, and guaranteed to be 
superior to any other, 

Parties at a distance, where water transportation 
is necessary., should order immediately, as- the coast 
steamers wilL not carry Fireworks. 

<HUKCH A <■<>., 

je7-tjy4 407 Front Street. 



Hurrah for the 4th of July ! 



FIREWORKS ! 




BOYS I DONT FORGET THE OLI> STAJfD ! 



NO. 633 WASHIXCTON STREET. 



je3-tjy3 



Tbe Cheapest and Best. 



Kind and gentle horses with Phffitoas. suited lor 
Ladies, Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horses. JeS lzn 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKER* 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA L,0NS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lauohea. 
Dinners and Snppers. 

■RING YOUR WIFE! 

BRING YOTJH FAltf'ra.Y! 

■ RING YOUR LADY FRIEND* 
ind eniof a ri«w of tbe Unest OOEAN PANO- 
RAMA UT THK WORLD, all in eiabt of 
the world-rtjno ■ v o «d 

Qoldeu Orate. 

With ft. flea* of wbrt«-wingod rsesMncera aniens; 
from every part of the eoinmercMi world. 

••-New Line BoMee, connecting with Straai 
Oiraat Lone Monotain every 15 o.\inut«« here*ft*i 
for the Ollff aonse J'l-tf 

FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES. 

Mantel Clocks and .bronzes, 
FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 



TIM Present ttnartcrs liar Ins to be va- 
cated for tbe NewBuili" 
Brokers, 



ding of the S. F. Board of 

THOMAS l^^rr, 
336 Pine Street, 

Will Offer aUa Entire Slock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

iel?.lm 



DR. J. R. FERNANDERZ, 

LATE1Y ABRJVKD FROM ATJ8T8AUA, 
bss an infallible, cure for DEAJiESS. His 
charges are $40 00 for a perfct cure. No cur. no 
pay. City reference, of cores faraa Address Post 
Ofiic. Boi J334. ielCMf 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fan, Pleasure. Vaiietj and 
Meanly. 

KO £QTTA£i. 
In thin Fleawant Resort 

ONE CAN 

JE* ass a, xx 3C xr o n 1 la. g 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Soqks and I»;>nees, both C1« B ari'I Fancy. 
A KF.CITLAB V AK1ET1 SHOW. 

The Proprietor haviag catered to the waote of too 

FUK-L0VING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
PoDoIarlty CneqaHcd ON THIS COAST 

THE PaETTIESTToP TALENT 

ANT> 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

MRS. A. C. SCOTT, PROPRIETOR 

....COENEE.... 

Sacramento »■■« Kearny Sis. 



S. F. &N. P. BJJ.J. STEAMERS. 
Change of Time, 

Ob and after Monday. May 31st. 1875, 

the ne w, el egant and fast .Steamer JAMES M. 
DONAHUE, C'apt. W. Warner, will make two tripe 
daily (Sundays excepted), leaving Greeti-atreet 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. and 3 o'clock P. M., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the can for 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton, Olo- 
-verdale, and with stages for Sonoma, Skngg's, Mark 
West, Bartlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena, 
Sevastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Fisk Mills, 
Gualala, Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Clovei- 
dale at 3:10 A. M. and 3:30 P. m.. connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:40 p. bi, and 8 p.m. Freight seceired all day. 
THE GEYSERS. 
VAU ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line via 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and beat route. 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
tbe city, seven hours—passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this coast, Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 



SliXDAY LX< IKSIOVS. 

Steamer leaves Green-street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6:45 

P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Ticketav 

P. DONAHUE, FiddtOent 
F. H. GERDES, Gen'l P. & T. Agi, 
Office, 426 Montgomery street. nolO-tf 



H. E. MATTHEWS * CO. 




ritaographing. Printing, Engraving, 
Book Binding, Blank Fornu, Cer- 
tificates, Count In b- House 
Stationery, 

NO. 306 CALIFORNIA-ST.. SAN FRANCISCO. 
j eJg-Im 

POLL TAXES! 



THREE DOLLARS 

After July 3d, 1875, 

And after that date will he a lien on 
any Personal Properly. 

Taxpayers are nrgenlly requested o 
call at the Assessor*!* Office and pay their 
Poll Taxes, and avoid payment of the 
additional One Dollar. It Is only Two 
Dollars until Jnly 3d. j e26-td 

IMPORTANT to FAMILIES 




TABLE WfiR- ANO ALL GOODS 



From which the Silver is worn, Replated 
in the most durable manner, at the 

Sau Francisco Gold and Silver 

Plating Works, 

Nos, 653 and 655 Mission Street. Between 
New Montgomery anil Third Sts. 

A Pine Stock ol TABLE WARE for sals at the 
Lowest rates. E. G. DESNIBTO!', 

u^gj,,, Fropriotor. 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



Commercial and «1I Clu Stt. 

JrfWf 



MMMBTBa 



Lfliliii 

UTaaaaM 



_ 



Oyster Parlor 



*>•■ •runt 







TAPE WORM 

IrMtlH In 



SAW nLAjronoo, thdisday, jilt i. am 



atl 



VOL, XXI. 






ORAND 



.»- i.. u- «■.■»■ .. Mi n a y a a»i«r -> <m> .rr.m 

Grand English Opera Coinp'y 



ySSlM I-GmI 



MBHBpth v •»•' 



HIGUIRE'S NEW THEATRE l^AGUIHE'S ITEW THEATRE. BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

lali — ■ ■ mm p| m4.Iii, 

. . . ^- HA irST H)rVOLT«H 

TharKUj. Friday, 8a tu rday 

M .a4 W. 

The Alleghanians 

VOCALISTS AND 

Swiss Bell Players ! 

BKJL D. O. WALDftOV. 

TttaM •»•. K»v' ' I** fr.SBsar Orr-mtssl>««, "ill 
:■*.•! prat*** to is* l*esrs <rf • *»-■ Nona* 



rvr tra 



Mr. Wm. Castle. Mr. Joseph Mm, Mr. William Carloton. 

Mr. Pl«rrc Bornard. Mr. Henry Penkei, Mr. C. F. Ha I, 

Mr. Coomo A. Conly, Mr. Edward Seguln, 

Mmo. C. R. Bernard, Mlas Annie Beaumont, Mme. Julie Rosewald. 

Mra. Zelda Seguln, Mme. Rodonto. Miss Llulo Annandale. 



THLoxKXay 



• u.L ArriuR 



t • *«!.« Ik.ra.. fram "Irani'' IllPtkaalan. 

t Aan'a.kr. vraa-l aj.r. k aaa ■jalrk.lpa 

■ ■■A ■,.. liar >ll..r M.II. 

1 »■! u far «•,«■• aa4 Caalrall.,. 

' I. ra-karl aad avn Daitla 

• 1> aaaa I .Ilia. I.aalraj Bepaatrlrlllp. 

1 4]aAp4palP. "T1» erf .1. B-.T- .r Tarr.- 



• Harx-lllalM «la.a. ri.JP.I a p. a Ifcr «_!.. Brll. 

J Baaaapaa. Dart. " Tkr I.IKr' 

•VII Bar. I a aa. < . I. rkr laa 

• Tar 4.PP.I *Ja.|r«| <rnull<H of IkP l.P 

>. I. Bpalaaala aad SI. .Ha.lral 1.1a.. p. 

aV aad la lMt laaa <>f Brrlnt. 

ria.rd apa. imp »f i„ Brll. 



I* l.ral «plrrcl . 
■ I 



aaar Dart. Opialaal 

AVIlp Banla aad «. I. l-fcrlna 



It avarl aaoa Ik. "»"Im Hr||.. lalrodurlav Ihr 
•Id aad Lanllpr air*, "l.rr l.t/* aad 
'Tka Laal B».r af aaaaair-r." 

I kaav I. rarlaa aad Iraak l_ BrnjanlB 

II I »rr? Bad Cald ■■■•„» qanrl. tlr . 

Illrakaulan. 

II Tkr lllrcaaalaa. acxttttc Hirer Orrkr.- 



I". «rw Br.pplpdtr Haai, "Win Ifcr.r Old 

• i.lkn. wppp Haw" Mala lullln. 



.1ft National alra. Plnjrd apou Ibp HMlna Brll. 



Jlixroialris;* 



aTVJLly 3, 1875 



-Ml. Bl tl «n<r. 
■ r. mi ii in i i.m 



■ nap. Jllll IHi-l»lll.. 
*lr. arkBT I'llklv 



11- II//II lUlMHir 
■ r. ril.BBK BI.B> IBI>. 



"jvric^oif! 



M 



■ff W iktm Kawrtvsy %mi P.** n w n 

SB...... ■ -. nf , ft SHU 

^LSS^^^^^f^J^T^ y-^y^S.^ J1 -- T. j-iu 

CHARLEY KIMIC! 

VIIMIV1E WLLCH. 

Miss LYDIA LIVINGSTON 
THis_Evrarnfo_ -.■—.■ jolt i 

Tha PartonnaaM will Oottunanoa with a 

FIRST PIRT OF WIT, SONG INO FOI 

Dfltng thermit PUettn the OUy Km v | 

Four K-ixca. Men. 

ruUahlai with tba VAKIKTr WALK AHOUiCD 



IKJTtJRtjUDl 






Professor Fowler. 



M 



Aad 



I'nr-f 



aaaaaaVi 

(<ini< sbiic: rami wiub 

Ballad kallr ».- 

DOUBLK BONO and DANCI. SWAIN and WXST 
OH! m «i. i.i in i i ii is<.»ra>* 






MR IIKr.NMIli 

MR I!'IW.\IIM 
.MR 0A3TLB 



TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 6. lVIIGWOltf, 



(WITH T1IK 3A¥I P0WERF1 



VkTeanesday Evening, Tvily TXH. 



■ aar. 1. «. lUUItn. 



APrEARANi I 
Mra. ZELDA -1.1.11%. 



Nr. WILLIAM f IKLF.Tnv 



Mr. I.nilll.l A. I'HM.I, 



MP. JOHEPH Ml AH, 



II* T 



In VERDI'S Reautrful Oprra. 



I.EI1NDIIA 

I 'I LUNA.. 
rKRAKDO 

■ 
MANF.I 




MMK 0. R BERNARD 
..MRa. ZKLDA SKiiUIN 

MR OARLETtlN 

I ; BO. A CONLY 
MR. NK5HOI.S 

MISS LSAIJ80N 

Ml! HAM 



SCALE OF PKIf'ES. 

Kr-prrpd Srnl.. arrordlni to location S1.00, 81. .V) and IfK.OO. 

»»-The sale of Seats commoncea on MONDAY morning, June 28th, at 9 o'clock, at SHERMAN 4 
HYDE'S Music Store, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 

«a.The English Opera Librettos are for sale only at Sherman & Hyde's Music Store, and at the The- 
atre at night, all others unreliable. 

•4.The KNABE PIANOS are ueed by the English Opera Company, kindly furnished by A. L. BAN- 
CROFT ft CO., 723 Market street. 



Hone and Danrp 

Uarl I know a Bank 



Foalpr aad Mortlanrr 



DEAF AS A POST. 



Niokenno, . 



Vint 

liiuirHr Itnllwil 

Hal lad 

Honif 

HIUIIiMl t-'I.IM. 

Itanjs "M.h> 

ItALLAD 



JutantiT Prtr.e 

Mnscd' si. Ilalr 

Ii«-«r««» Footer 

ir.llli- l,iFum.l 
111- IV IIItM.sr»\ 

Il«rr» Srn»s*- 

...TINME H.UI 



OLD BIMBLEBACK. 

Dutch Sfaoeniavkrr . 
Rest of ohanveteni by tbo oompBoy. 



s.ritlitirnlnl KalUd V. Mriirrwrn 

< hiiK-kif Ibun Ml, Lcub 

fftaUad Kallr- !•« 

Comic I>iiit Maotiie M. Clatr 

Overture OrabsiWB 



By (til the Mbvlu Axtlstii. 

PRICES OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 95 oesta I Boxes t% 50 and S3 Ot 

Oreeo Boom 50 oeota eztm 



DENTIST. 

■All 1IMOIIU ■]( OFFICE 

it lajioratopj from Ifo. 8 KMrDj 31 
aaVBS aUrkatatPMa. orar Wldhtu-.dnu 
daU-lm 



A Great 
Variety of 



MAt$ 




KATS 



Id Great 
Variety. 



At the III ArCTION HOUSE, Nos. 616, 618 and 690 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CANDIES, 



All Kinds of tbe Finest Cundy Mftsl* 
at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All orders, es> 
peoially from tbe country, are solicited and Hill fesj 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wagner. 

8>ol6 107 Motiteomary Street, near Sottas 1 . 





FOR 

AMERICAN 

FLAGS! 



AMERICAN 

FIREWORKS 

tiO TO TIE ftSBEAT 




.TTOTIOBT 



COXTSB1 



Ike Unci AlMMaMBt la tkp C14T. 

Wk.lP.aIe and Bpl.ll, ,« rrlcM „,„ 
*kt> MaaactlU.o. 

616, 618 and 6SO 

ny Si , col CouRareial 



CD 



MINSTRELS ! WI]NSTRrl^ 

Grand Fourth of July Matinee 



San Francisco Minstrels 

MONDAY, JULY 5th, 1875. 



PROGRAMME. 



Introductory Overture OOHPANV 

Dublin Bay H. Rbyn'OLDH 

Don t Oct Weary Wtlliam WATHK8 

Softly O'er thu Rippling Waters ...FftANK Lacw 

McSwadlgaa'a Party J. Murphy 

Belle Brandon WILLIAM Thouah 

Qrand Patriotic Finals By thb Entikk Company 

INTERLUDE PROGRAMME. 
Overture OrvbeHtra 



PLATT'S HALL, 



CRA.r<rri 

Complimentary Fntertaii-ment and Ball 

of thh 

San Francisco Cadets! 

CAPT. QBOKOE BI0LEY, 

Friday Evening, July 2, 1 875 

The following Members of THE 

GOLDEN CITY AMATEURS 

Have kindly volunteered and will appear in one of their 
pleasing- entertainments, in conjunction with 

Capt. McDonald's Trained Indiars, 

Eotn Male and Female, in their Famous Exhibition Drill. 



Ml U PHY and nxvu. In their OrlRlnitl 

MORNING GLORIES 

To be followed hy the funny Act, 6. 

BIG and LITTLE BONANZA 

Thomai Lacy And Company 



TEUTONIC: SCINTILLATIONS WM. WATERS 



MIBFHV and HACK In tkelr lircal Specialty, 

TK0UBLES iSf AMERICA ! 



•>•« ....*. FINKEKTV 



Taa wh.ile t" oonoludo with the flide-9pllttiii« 
Elhiojiiaii Karoo ul 

An Electric Shock 1 

Doctor Bnow Frank Ltvoy 

Pete — Who wants to heoma WtlUain ThoniM 

Lucy — Snow's Daughter...: J. Hack 

Harry.... In lovo with Luay William Waters 

Jurrt Body Snatohcr t Ueorg e Snowden 

Second Body Snatehur Billy Bryant 



Bmora open nt l 1 o'clock, rrrformance (o com- 
tKttee at S|, «r nrtr-r ike Froc^saioai hM paued. 



AI>MWMOSf. iiv — -..--,. riFTlf VBNTS 

CIIMrfR, Tw«titj'P]ve c«ntM. 

^Tb« Ftono UMd oo thla BiBi rt ii Is from the wanrooctu of 

K oMe r . Cba-a A Co.. a«»nU ror ths oolobratod Deokar Planed. 



Hew Olympic Variety 

Southeast Corner Third and Mission Streets. 

J. HARRINOTON PROrRnvroR 

Ned Barry Stage Manamr 

iBiDOatE Frank Musical Diroctoi r 

GREAT HIT OF 

CHARLEY HARRIS 

AND 

t-OTTA CRAY. 

Grand First Part & Variety Walk-Around 



1* \7STO AE^TPI.b.T'.S. 

Dixon Byana ._. ..... . ._. And . .. ... .. .^- ■■ .Carroll 

Overture • - Bant* 

ItnlliMt Ktla Bnfi«l 

IrlHli Jig EH/11 llnrrliiBloa 

Clou • Johnny C-ook 

BALLAD .UHJLSK SOitIKKS 



PART I SOBKKK D'UTBIIOPK. 

Bonks 3. 8 Balk. Jb, i Intrjrrogator W. Wattros 

Tambourine Chris. FAuin. 

Overture— Poet and Paaiant Orc:ii ehtra 

Ballad -Silver Tlireads Amjng the Gold R, D. Vai.krua 

CJoinic anag -Get Along Kpbraim. ..(Original). ...Ohrih. Fa*iin 

Ballad— Only a Dream of Home ...,0. H. Parrmit 

Comlc— Old Aunt Jemima B. 8. Balk, Jr. 

Ballad - Kiss and Forget, Lovo W. Fiikkman 

The First Part to conclude with "HUENE8 on tbr 0. P. B. R," 



PART II.-OLIO. 

Sous nnd Dunre Rognlnh Little Bcanty Emidlne 

By the Prince of Anml<ui •*, C. rEKHAH. 



THE FOUR SENATORS. 



Rally Taylor Mahony. . 



.Fagin 



The M'aCermelon Man 8. S. BALK, JB. 

Excelwlor Jig. .By (he One-Legged Artlut 

». MAJtTIK 

Overture , Orchestra 



To Conclude with tbe Liughabte Sketch, entitled 



SHE SET 

Hu ghey Robtneoo 



ME DRINKING 

,... .And May Harrington 



Bnllad May Harrington 

Bone HolO- ._.. . ., ; ... 1 .,,. u - i-j^l-; • ■ ; •-• •-!.• - ;i.\'.** n - ,i *fxam 

LITTLE FRAUD. 

And Lotta Grey- 



Charley Harris 



Overture Orchestra- 

Scotch Beel Fanny Booker 

Hung Klla BBMld 

Ballet atency.. ... -•:■•■•; ■;.::\^_AL^J^^ r 3^^^&^ 
SKRI0-C0MIC 80NGS NED BARKY 



8EBBO-COMIC CHANCEH LOTTA I.KAY 

Bn llml Loalwe Homer* 

IMITII hU.VL AND DANCE CUABLE1 HAJUU* 

Hong Charles kv ana 

HELP WANTED. 



Carroll.. 



Barry.. 



.Aud... 



. DiXOH 



ilv.rtare Orrtopalra. 

Sons Ella Bmd 

Hon. aud l»a«ru Mult < nrrnll 

l m. l>ni>i;tu hi i.iikv kobinson 

TC» 3EZ Jb&S iDESlVTI*!'T 

Loo DUon And Johnny Cook: 



CAPT. C-E. S. MCDONALD'S 

BRITISH COLUMBIANS ! 

(MALE aad FBHALB). IN THEIR 

Famous Drill 



Overtopp 

voca nuns 

I'iibcj Dance 

■ AI.CAP.,. 

halud Daarp.. 
ar.- 



Orrkratra. 
. ..LOTTA tiKAT 

. ...Fanny Hiakrr 
H»l ISK SOBlKaW 

Joli.aj laik 

..May Martuaawa. 



To oonclude with 



MU. Barlamara.. 



ss; 



. ,Hti,hey RoMoaoa 
..Malt Can! 
aCaaa. 



Ft 



TBI. 



*. a=» 



GAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



isbed Every Day In tbe Year, by 

30CS-AR.DX7B, 



KM MEBCBANT STREET, 

Below Monteomerr ...8«D Francisco 



TII1TN 



DAY JtJrv 1 



Amusements. Etc. 

Opera lie as*. 

Bat twt. or thre* reji mentations more of tbst rol- 
Hckiiis farce 'Ultimo." and then tbecompaoj learc 
u»fr-ra trip in lbs fntwior. The house again l*st 
night was met. as nrOTetl that the popularity of tht 
plcwc wouM warrant yrt another week's presenter 

tlOD. 

IMlfornlu Tttrolr*. 

Tbe week un't certainly not pass without a pa**- 
Jru; notice of Mi»a B*Jla PaUrman's clear cut, and 
hnp«i«iveMargntrite. atrifle too icy perhape, but 
very (traoefr-L Which hurt adjective will certainly 
apply to ha ix-stuiotng. Mian Jennie Lee as 
Madame Aubrey gtrugglod to bide her pleasant 
■elf under tie rotate of tbe lachrymose and hypo- 
critical old maid, btll the mack wm mort patently a 
Kiaak, and ebe wu too often her young, bright aett 
There art oil.ii* who will receive attention before 
"The Sotnaooe ol a floe* YaHDg Man' ir will.. 
dMn 
flftCalrt'K New Theatre. 

The Alteghaniaoe open at tblr- place ol amtise- 
ment tonight, wi'.h a prognmme including ftClcc- 
UonB (or Che beffla. ttw BilTer sextette oand, the 
tninblerouicnr. and eoloe, daete and quartette by 
all ihfftaluiLed company 

Vatican tmt&nUle Opera fomvany. 

fjl , -,,„,,. tiiclkeaa." was played by this unique 
«>W*tiwiieatK^* H? 1 - yeMerday^aftemoon. 
xrui drew a vtry 
there wllj be a camp, 
dinrinutivc ToeaJM, Senoi 
Moron (aged 6 yearn), on whu 
act of the comic opera 'The Coil. 
4>pera of -On tbe HornH of the h 
tbe acts Benorita Soledad of the same 
afng an aria irons "I Puritan i" and tbe wa 
"Elena Danger! " It if to be honed and exi 
"that the ei^c oi' tbe hotw will be inverse ratio "" 
that of the tiny beuetk ■ 
I 'rank Beu'a Benefit 

On Sunday gTeuiog next, a* we suppose everybody 
known, the veteran's benefit will be held at Ma- 
guire'e Theatre. Tbe volunteer talent wax more 
than oonld be accepted, but such a selection ban 
teen made us will enable the 'old man" to give 
something like a bill. 
> north of July. 

A special matinee performance nil! be given at 

Piatt's Hall on Monday. July Mb, by the 8an Fran- 

ciaco Minstrels The company u a good, one, and 

- v Dted now no longer ask. -"What shall 



\tr attendance. This evening 
HtueBtary benefit of that 
N* Guadalupe TJnda y 
-* «ocaaiou tbe iln-t 
^t Girl" and the 
>ii-*' Between 
same, will 

<4£E<COW 

■^Ctad 



VERSIf'AL ODm A*» E.VDS. 

There died recently in ( Vmstantine, Mich- 
ii. Mr*. Sarah NL Bates. The mels-ir 



at impelled a son of tbe deceased THOMA ^ haotxikB 
» <-om»o»e a sbort poem on her memory. £, m hoolky 



OPERA HOUSE. 

[STREET Between Montgomery and Kearny 



ompotn: a s 
Thus : 

Mother lived to we tin 

Ol tbe old year (18) Seventy-lour, 

And fi(i- dayi Ol the new juet passed. 
When G«mJ Raid, "Be here no more." 

Re.. L. M- Edmonds gave the 
From Berclsatoan U chapter IS 

I i Francisco was the foreman, 
Furnished Case and drove the Hearse. 

o touch that rosebud ' it will bloom— 

My lady fair ! 
A passionate rod In dim itretiL g)O03D, 
A Joy, ;. eplendnr, a perfume, 

Tb;.t sleeps "in air. 

bed m,> heart ; it gave a tbrill 
Juet like a rose 
Tiiat opens -t a lady's will : 
lit. bloom ie alwajs yours until 
You bid it close. 

Lorenzo Day having married Mis* Mar- 
tha Week, a local paper commeuts : 
"A Das if- made, a Week is lost, 

Bat Time should not complain— 
ThereTJ soon be little Days enough 
To make the Week &gaiti. M 

The following rerae was once inscribed 
on a church in Halifax, N. S., the base- 
ment of which had been used as wine sa- 
loon : 

There's a Bpirit aDOi _- and a spirit below, 
A spirit of joy and a spirit of woa ; 
The spirit above is the spirit divine. 
The spirit below is the spirit of wine. 

Epitaph on a famous whist player : 
His eard is cut— lung days he shuffled through 
The game of life— he dealt as others do. 
Though he by honors tells not his amount 
When the last trump is played his trick will count. 

If any of our rising young composers are 
looking for spme original words for a senti- 
mental Bong, here they are : 

What's this I hear where'er I wander? 

"A-la ga-zook. ga-zeek, ga-KBm ' 

Ga-sanea, fca-foneij and a-la gn-xonda, 

A-la ga-seet . fa zooK, ga-zam !" 

ey met -that is, she went to the store, 
Viy<! cnade him turn his department o'er, 
' ' a* »ansB»ed behind 'he goods, and then 
SotMotlj said she would call again." 

w ^C, as jioi.iting to the lips, 

Where ,(,u,ni,1 '' l - ,fl] v he'd kissed her. 

"ill own . * ''^ 8S *** ' ove- m - v ae,r > 
llu .,^sty*tofbliBttr. 



JOHN J AUK.. 



PROPRIETOR 
Manager 

STAOE DlRECTOK 




u 



LAST WEEK AND Z4tU TO 32<i PEltrORJLlSCE OF 



WiLTl 




Adapted and Localized expressly for this Theatre by BARTLEY CAMPBELL, Esq, 

A1X OF THE NEW FEATXBES! B\TEBIOR OF THE STOCK BOARD! 

THE SUCKER MINI**! COMPANY: NEW SCENES! NEW FACES! 



THE WEEK AND AT THE SATURDAY MATINEE. 

LOOK AT TIIE CAST : 

OEORGE PITTMAN a Good Fellow generally -TAS, O'NEILL 

PROF LEXINGTON a Scientist W. H. CRANE 

MR. GRAYSON a Banker ... JOHN JACK 

DE HA6S an Exquisite M. A. EEISNEDY 

DR ERUNOT ...without Patients or Patience E. J. BUCKLEY 

GOODMAN a Bookseller dabbling in Stocks MB, BELMORE 

PLAC'tP. PIKE President of the Sucker Mining Co,, Ex-Prof, of Geology. Ex-Judge of 

Q S and a Rounder generally MR. SEFTON 

HARD-PAN SAM alias SAMUEL BOLIVAR, Esq., who has seen better days N LONG 

AUGUSTUS ... a Titter, and therefore neither a Bull or Bear J. 0. BEFTON 

LANGDON a Relic of tbe Past H. M_ BROWN 

BERNARD a Man of Figures J. W. WILKES 

P( .RTER D, J. LEES 

.YRS LEXINGTON a Better Half MISS EMILY MESTAYER 

MRS BALDER MISS ADELAIDE MERRY 

MRS GRAYSON a Second Wife who dwells oa Parnassus MISS EMILY E BAKER 

MISS VIRGINIA GRAYSON a Girl of the Period MISS ANNIE FIEM1N 

MISS FANNY LEXINGTON the Sweetest Girl in the World MISS KATIE MAYHEW 

GLIB a Modem Help MISS KaTIE FIRMIN 

AG-NES a Slave ol Fashion ......;.,. MTBS TERRY 

ACT I.— Brains vs. Slocks ! 

ACT II .-Among lUe Balls and Bears ! Interior of Stock Exchange ! 
ACT IH.-Californift Street ! 

ACT IV.-Storlu Down ! 

THE 0RCHE3TRA, under the direction of HENRY J. WIDMER, will perform the following 
SELECTIONS: 

|— Overture Finale from "Marie Stoart** Donizetti 

**— Ballad...... "My Poor Heart in Sad with iu Dreaming" Brlgham 

it-Cuckoo Polka. Heraog 

4— Concert WalU......'*HorteiizIa" Eanse 



MiMMiMMnWaM«ii^^M«fc<MMMMiJJSM 

The Tonna Man Irom the East. 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
Tve been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
01 the old taahioned kind. " 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite tbe Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCB-, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps tbe place. 
The best saloon in town, 
There you can get your oysters raw.. 
Or fried bo crisp arid brown- 
He's the largest oyBter dealer 
On the Pacihc Coast, 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

"He'sgot nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish bock." 

A Word to the Wise, etc 

It is generally known, but there is not the propel 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vanderalice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock- 
of Watches, Jewelry and PreciousStonesare equa i 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of tbe 
above-named firm. 



The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 606 Comrner«>i>.l 
street, above Montgomery, always noted am<?ng 
thebon vivants for its good things, can be piocured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapin* 
and the choicest brands of Win'es and Liquors a 
Specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Ma<?ee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Mmt fi a trial. N. B. Open to 2:30 a. M. Old UsL- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-l 



Come to trlef. 

The seductive 



HP 

skin brought a j 



"RIESEN KELLER" 

EMMENSE~ 

10,000 



SUCCESS. 

People I 



» imic man to grief in Fourteenth street on J 
1 frridmr U« <JM»'t "O" !t ' a " be . panted nis { 
I * ".*' a ■ ■ '—u it oil withynt twins f 



*»w- j 



*-.fct#f» Xew taJ-let, Theatre. 

b«^n «nd W«t> double .one ""1 '«« Ljdl» 
livingrtoo's «.«• »»d • 1 »» t< * "° d «•»««••«••» 

«ood. [ f,\ f i a4* 

iww OUTtirlt V»rte«J The«lre. 

ThU i». ™rietJ Uunue prop-Met thfulej 
Hurl. iu«l 1»«» Grwh«»eacspl»!DuUhirt. 
K<d Barrj'8 K.»B «r« weU re(»l»et »nd -Bad 
WhisVi - which condnees tbe proitraniiiie » capi- 

r^r^r-rc d d^r^ hnz^. ***«& ™*ri& 

A m« local Piece eoUtled Ihe Brao ganguinary dispositions of the 

o, prep.rat.oo. French revolutionists, and in advocating 

P»U« Variety Thealr*. 

9US BajliB and his IWus shadows, Beroy. 
Howard and Kelly, m act.. Geo. C. Thomp.00 in 
hi. specifies. Him Stewart to jig dancing, and 
AU1 Barbcc in his salamander feats, are a few ol 
the features of to-night's WU. 



,oot on it, and he ... 
told to do so. In removing his foot, _ 
ever he attempted to do so too rapi<U>, 
and he landed 0,1 his back on the «"ewafc. 
He got np quickly and moved away faster 
thanWefto'n could travel. It is probable 
that he did this owing to his pantaloons 
not being as strong as the sidewalk and 
several young ladies were tittering at him, 
too Artrefk of white, linen in a setting 
of black broad-cloth is rather amusing. 



Have Visit?*? tills MftCTiinceTit Kympor.ram. 
autf pronoauce*! It ate 

FINEST INJTHE WORLD! 

Cfi?and Gbncerf 
CiMf-. THIRD AND MARKET STS. 

fyxm&xr Kl uoleua House. 

P. J. Z1NCSEM. 



This Is InterestinK to Everybody, Pai- 
ficulai ly to Strunftcrs. 

Scbafcr &■ Co, long in the wholesale business 
have the kirgest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. Tliey retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Scbafer .V Oo*fl TOH 
iitaket street, and 11 and 1-3 Geary. 



me measures to prevent their invading 

Ireland, he said to the Speaker, Sir, it 

'measures are not taken to keep these 

' blood-thirsty ruffians out of Ireland, they 

will break into this very House, and cut 

off our heads before our faces. 



Kan Frauclwo Cadet*. 

Do not forget the benc.it of the Sao Francisco 
Cadete at Piatt'* Hall to-morrow walling. Captain 
McDonald's Indians and tbe Golden Citj A^natenrB 
lurniab tbe entertainmant. 

Reisen K.EIXEB.— This mammoth sym- 
p.^uni, comer of Third and Market streets under 
: ha h noleufl Horn, glw" * eran d Instrurnental con- 
cert every evening. The spacious Rleeen Keller com- 
bine* billiard*, bowling alley*, shooting galleries, 
aub rooms, concert hall and beer hall, all in one. 
Woodward** Cardcns. 

Two l-sautUm Albino Children, Big. laviti the 
Italian Fire King, in his aBtoiiishing *Vj*w Itfer- 
»atf, MUe. Gracie and Mons. Leo in their Ughtnlng 
tripe, e, the Gymnastic Troupe and Orchestral Oon- 
.ert on Saturday and Sunday, andon Monday when 
Lhert will alao be a mofit extensive and brilliant dta- 
playof Fire Works at l? 30, and perfortnanc«. con- 
cert and akatinp till 1^ m. 
ht.U'-a. 

The sale of seat* for the Fi^lis* Opera Troape 
is pfoceeding brt*kly at Sheiman and Hyde's, and 
the certainty ol abriiliant searon U growing daily 
more awured. Mr. C. D. Ho* arriTed in town 
UA night from Salt Lake, whin- the business has 
been splendid. 
Daly's Fiftb Avenue C^nanany open at Platte 
■Hall on, Monday. July l^th, to "London Awumnce.'- 
t< be folloMtd durtEK the week -with "DiTorc-." 
-Old Heads" and "Frou-Frei./' Tr- 
jianrV' will be prodo. «eek. The 

aaie ol seaeon boxes 1b openetl to-day at Houee- 
vortb'l, but the regular w^e of tickfts will not be- 
j ,i. until Wednesday neji*. Bni «-mce Ui t»e at 
Klwurman & Hyde's. 



Hamaftcr* 

01 Amusementa, Excursions, Lecturea, and 
Concerte, are directed to tbe splendid Printmg 
Establishment of a F, Sterett, 5S2 Clay Street. 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
i tv, in Plain or Fancy Colore, are turnod out in 
rhe shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
ttful Provrrummea, Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
suit thv most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps eoo- 
e'anlly on band a fine line ol bright colored pa- 
tx'IB ol every shade, and the prices charged for 
-,beea are very little in advance ol plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sues, from IS to 42 
j *eh letters, in stock, ol all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managera are especially invited to 
call lor est incites. This well-known Printing House 
was e*ta -«1 bv the present proprietor in 1S&0 
sodfasat- - m successful operation eTer siioe. 
__-_ _^^— 3-cj 

Tneoriginal "Swain's Eakery**Usnow established 
. n kheir magnificent new place at 21& Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice crejira saloon. TbiB is their only place o 
business. -» wjr y £&• 

Frenb and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. a 



CORK ESPOJi DEN ICE- 

3*K Francisco, June 25. 1875, 

v , p„.vv RjEAr-PEABSlR: Feeling tbatyour 

long ana honorable career on the American Stage 

Iwrvwi more than ordinary recopnition, and be- 

deser>e« more lm*u j theatres would 

^nd Sow oi appreciation of your talent. I as an 
ao»r aid ^respect for yon a. a man. Hoping 
te your repeat an «g Ja* 

tSii Wilson John Torrence. Wm. A- MestajCT. 

?T'mn« Jr MurVay ' WooJ.. B. M. Hoolef. 
J S P'Thorne. Tan.es O'W W. H Crane John 
Jack M. A. Kennedy. E. J Buckley. J • »■ fd- 
.„;, L. Celmore. H. M. Broroli. ^V-^^l 
>J Lee D. C Anderson. Charles Edmonds tred 
Sank. James Leroy. A. D. BUUJ.es Blcbard 
L'ol lions. Schmidt, Alfred KeUeher. bienor E. 
BuJnchi.Wieiior Omtinl.Jake Wallaoe. Lew Ratt- 
le, Bartley Campbell. Clay, Green. George Chap- 
man John Allen. Prof. G. T. F.vaia Mrs. Judah, 
Mr? . C. B. Saunders. Mias BeUa Pateman Mrs. 
E Thome. Miss Lou Johnson. TilUe Darlinc. 
Mamie Darbns. 1MU« Emily "'"'^T^Sie^av 
Eirmin,. Mies Alice Hawthorne, Mus Katie May- 
hew. SSsS Katie Eirmin Mua Emily E. Baker 
Miss C Terry. Mrs D. C. Anderson. Mrs Sarah 
Sk. Mr, Cha, ; E.huo..Js Mrs Ered Franks. 
Mln SaUie Binckley. Mm... Mane BjMfcWgj"- 
Thexeso.Msas Susan Gallon, Mrs. Julia . MeUville. 
tiSlliraheth Von Slwualtj; Siimora E^anchi. 
Miss Caroline Chapman. M " George Chapman, 
M » Annette luce. Chas Schullz. Harry Wldmer, 
Erank L Benjamin, of the Allesanlans. by tte 
kind permission ol D. G Waldron. V, T. Porter, 
M omuiM V Merry T. Mai'ure, Jr. J r. ^.im 
LiS "hcridan , CoVhyn. C, ipm. Mr, Soo ,e 
Ed™n. kiss Jennie Lee. Miss Came Wjatt. Miss 
Bella Chapman. 

s.n Francisco, June 25th, 1875 
To Ml Bluiilinn a>D SisTE-RAKtlsTs-LAnilts 
.KB Omiun : In acceptm: your 
and HatterbM o«er ol a benefit, allow me >o return 
mi sincere ihanka and with your Dermis. Ion will 
nanie thewenlne of Sunday July Iti.at Mafruu-e s 
New Theatre. X the time and place to a avail m) 
relf of your limine*..,. Again thanking yon for the 

food ornnlOD opreased. 
aithf.illy. 



PIPERS OPEHA HOUSE 

YHU-IMA CTTY, NEVADA. 

JOHN PEPKE PBOrRTKTOE 

This Elegant Theatre can ne Rented by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPES, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J . H. HcCABE, 
fe28-tf 532 Bush street. Ban Francisco. 



THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

UOBAM BHTO. 

to xvEnsnr, 

r'y the Night, Tfeek, or Montb, ffro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tl 



_ 



AGAIN W THE FIELD. 

IDriialis, lOo. 

511 STEVENtSON BTEEET, 

> T .?T;t Street to Market Near Tbjrd 

klP-3ta J* P- BRlCCJi, Wanacer. 



subscribe myself, yours 
Frank Kea. 




OPERA HOUSE, 

8AJV JOBS. CALA. 

Tltis Beautiful and Newly Renovated 

beatre fe to be let by the Night, Week, or Month, 

Q. BBOHASKA, Proprietor. 



Theatre 

tit reasonable terms. 
jaH-tf 



New York Casino, 



838 MARKET S 1 



T. 



Do Not Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Buoione 
zlub and kigrowiiur Nails, cab. find instant reiie 
by applying- at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Inetitut.j, le- 
moved to 21r7 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. m. "We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. n 

The Cirecn Boom. 4 

This popular resort of the profession and id 1 
epicures tvho can appreciate good liquors and u 
flfood lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully freecord and is 
now a model of taste and eieeance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the aetfl. s 

The Antelope Oyster Bonne. 

Our specialty, always tbe best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oyBters excel any other in. 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B.— lee Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. B 

t'alifoniiu Innlliiu for the fore of 
Sutiuiuerlne 

And impediments in speech, slipping and loss ol 
speech, permanently located at b32 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel-under the charge of Dr. 
8. A Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of bis own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed in all cases. 

Bufs which are Bat» ! 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "Tim Hat 
Store, 647 Washington Btreet, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B.-NO shoddy tun* at 
"The" Hat Store. _^___^_ 
Cnrliliardl's 6» 'WaahlliKton street. 

French calf boots made to order for Sj8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for 86: oxford tie shoes made 
to order for 86; hoys' boots made to order for 83: 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, a 1 •! 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street. 

TerriU and Chapman's, 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Host. 1...1I f 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street «• ibfflt 
lighted and most comfortable Bubiud Hall 10 am 
citY-hasl" front windows. Rooms for private par 
Sea Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- . 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors. 



)elli-3m 



The While Bar* vs. the Mongolian 

This is the season of the year that the Invasion of 
cifomla by the Chinese barbarians is renewed 
tSusESs of emigrants, Christian, by color edu- 
JiSon and civilization are alao swarming to this 
^dof Gold, induced to come by higher warn. 
and a prosperous State. But the question arise, wdl 
this nrosoeritv last long, if the fact remain 
kZiTSffi US? wretched scum of a leprous .ace 
find emplojmont immediately on their arrival 
tSough the agencies ot their companies, while 
many of our emigrants are seeking work in vain 
until I tired and disgusted they return East. In the 
f»S of this crying evil there is one Srm in tWscto 
whose names ought to be emblazoned in letters of 
gold; lor tbey. notwithstanding they run a Cigar 
Factory employ none but white men The hrm 
we refer to is Gordon t Burke, No. SB Market 
staatfc opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
ers wpatiSinlze them, not only because they employ 
White Labor, but because theykoep (ne very h»o» 
brands oi Cigars both Imported and Domestic, and 
tbe best quabty of Tobaccos. Sowffs. etc-: 



PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY. 

B. r. STEBSTT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 

Masonic Savings & Lean Bank 

XO. CPOST ST.. MASONIC TtStl'Lt, 

Guarantee CaPttal~ .18170,000 | guarantaed. 

Money Be.rivedon Term and Ordinary 

Tfeposit Dividends paid semi annually. Loans 
Joadeon approved securities. This Bank issues oer- 
Ufloates oi deposit payable in Sew 
SS5T Boston ltd princii S l Atlantic c.ue* and 1 the 
Oinadas; also, Iondop. Pans, Hamtarpb. ,™d ad 
theprincinal cities of Europe. Thin Bank solicit* 
the patrons of ^^■,r mrER: p^a^t. 
je23^m H T. GRATEB, Secretary. 



Opposite Fourth. 



Don't Help Pay Other People's Dehts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store ol 
J. A. Shaber 4t Co., 707 Market street ;, pearTlurd 
and save fully 25 per cent, by buying of them. Thm r 
motto is: "Buy for cash, and seU for cash, there- 
fore they have no bad debts to make np out of c»- 
tra profits. 



W. RRZYZAKOWSKI. 



JOHN HOF^alAJMlX. 

UTHOGRAPHIC PRINTER, 

....Suocessor to.... 
Gr. DElOTJAZXaXiBT 

8<Ki Kearny street, eor. ITashlnglon, 

Keeps constantly on hand all kinds ol 

Manor laoels. Clear and Cigarette 

Papers. 

r-T A 11 Job Work promptly done and satisfaction 
,™„i«.,l apl-tt 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing "Establishment 



PDRDY, VAN BRUNT&EOBBDJS, 

COMMISSION m ^J, 

(STOCK: BROKEBSi 
4»5 California Streel, 

Opi.Mil. Bans of California, San Francisco. Cal. 

Money Loaned and Stocks Carried 

on Margins. 

Lambs will find a room for ««*»a. c ?? u ^i$ 
a Stock Indicator, which wffl constantly tew"* 



taoshlns 6as. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 2«5 Third street, makes a. 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut nam by the 
use of laughing gas. and with twelve years expe- 
rience to it. use an warrant sneeess wlU. ent.re. 
safety in the most difficult cases. 

Clara Antonia, M. D., do Paris, Business a.,.1 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance M«- 
dium, 184* Post street, near Dupont. Correct '' . 
agS, and special atteution to the trMtn»nt* 
diseases. Consultations in IVenoh, Qermana... 
English. , 

Bay Stale Oyster and <*»P BoaKe, 

Ko S Stockton street, near Market, the mo* 
** JK5 -«J ,..iB.hliKhnient in the. Hi. 



" *™vs&<r& 



be!?J Keam7~TBICES 
DUCED: Baths, 25 cents. Shav- 
ing, 25 cents. Hail curtine, 25 
cents. Shampooing, 55 cents. PKnt - 

Medicatod Baths. • aeMl JOHN GBIB» 



oEOBor oirM, 

Dealer Hr Oysters, Clams, and ( 

all rinds of SHELL FISH, Stalls Nos. 
J5, 41.48. California Market, entrance 
on California street. 
PubBc or private parties and families snppued 
« ,^ 19 e m. Ladies and Gentlemea 

■■■■■■■■■■sHbsB 



*» 



Market onotations. 



apl6 'm 



UNDERSTAND 

TBAT WE ABE JfO-W SEIXUftl M 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for. frl 25- Everything chea 

at ear 

<New Store, 640 Market Street, 

One door below Hlbemia Bank. 
STAB SBIBT DEPOT, 

^a^-^^^^ramerliot Ko. 3 SeoonJ Street. 



comfortable and cosy ,«"i l '*" ,en VleL'ant .- 

Give us a trial. , 

A Maenlncent Saloon. 

For the verv finest Liquors, the best hla- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and nmht, go to 
the "elegant new saloon of Sample & Chainberlin 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush .»• 
Sutler. ^____ 

If Ton 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take b 
course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium loot o 
Powdl street, North Beach. Exeluisve *'£**><$ 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets lor *1 > 



Photogrnphlc. 

Edouart & Cobb 504 Kearnoy roree'. .produci . 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either V » 
or Water Color? Enlartrement. in all styles gee • 
eral photograpkic work giiaranteea, e-»u m 

Fine Watches. _ 1 

The heat goods at the lowest prices , at H. A 1 
Callender-s, comer of B^.^Jf'TSi 

one assortment ol chains. Jewelry, ete. Call 

examine. . 

*C "eTanner .wo-bu.^nKid Glove to, « 
-» par; 7S0 to 784 Market street. 



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PORT WIME! 



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MM »»■ • 



Napa Soda 



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PLATT'S HALL. 

•* » MM » 
Un«P*T AT Z OCLOCl 

LAJ " I ■ i» MATUM 

. Tlli 

MEXICAN INFANTILE 

OPERA BGUFFE 

Rofaon Crusoa 



CALIF0E1TIA THEATEE. 



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PALACE VARIETIES. 



» OKAKY STREET. MEAX KXAIIN 



Fifth Appearance In California 



ow 



MR. H. J. MONTAGUE. 



tim tvnmo 

*J1 b» pfaaWuSad U* anw-rtwJ 



JULY 2 



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ir<SW H~«rl. "A>4«»l 

talla «aa*1a* tVsutslarwp** I. » ■*r#p 

tan- lla Ha*»rc* 

J. • -< J'lH- C a*<t'l*J» 

l.aWrieJ I. f N«r«M 

lbarai *•*[*<:*>■ ■( Ihr Nurlnn Ihmii Hare a 

Itlfllrl ***««>• VSvl 
Jwllaa la-hat* 
** ^fir« lr«nr|tr« lUrtinri 

Ufi i --.»• ttm^rtgmn 

t sbahWi. Oasaasa*. Im>M MtrtMft ■■Hi I Uit Vlt 



COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

SERORITA CMftEN UMDA Y MORONI 

' »c r.t Eight T«m] 
Ob *i.-rb eit— Itwj vfll to rreaeatad in. Op*r**u 

■ 

XKXvA.3RL I1VA. 

• nouiu ><iit.ou> i»da , a0B «« 

• of «k» ARIA rt U,, BOLKKO 



■ a.lral nirrrt-r IDI IIIHII IM»A V MOKOK 

LAST POiror.llANCB SUNDAY EVENING, JULY' 4 

I be I rogenud, 

LA GRANDE OUCHESSE 



BSmrk M-aU 



*1 oo 

I rrnU r \lru 
M renin 



POOR YOUNG MAN 



M INTJEL, Marquis dp ( liHinprpy 

I v-MAnrTH' I «n«lf ot Lh>: Frencjl Axu-j. 

M DF HIUJM1 ...AMuoli»VwM 

II ASr AK I \Ki «)>' E An Af4 M».v fnnMrlr CknMla of • PrMuh 

A I'oaadoatiil Donatio 

VKT A KoUir.. . 

YVOK net A BRka. BtHTk-") 



HENRI 

MADAME LAROQTTE Dftnghtor. Id-Law to OupAT 

► RITE tl«t IHnglitai 

MLIJf BKLOUn A bnWK 

MADAME Al'RKKY A RtUtln of th. Uroquo VunU,. 

VAtlBKROER Fora,.Tl>- Nunc to Muutl, DOW Kooper of 

OHRISTIWE A Breton PetMDt (ilrl. 



H. J. MONTAGUE 

HENRY EDWARDS 
NELSON ■ —»»■» 

PtIMoot W M. I.EMAN 

JOHN WILSON 

K N. THAVKR 

MURKY WOODS 

.1 S. TOKKErTOI 

FRANK KIl.r>AY 

MRS. O R SAENDEES 

JHIHH BULLA I'AIEMAN 

MISB CARRIE WYATT 

MISS JENNIE LEE 

A Lodging Honsfl MR8. JVDAH 

Til. Ill; DARLING 



NITIKDAY. JULY, 3, 187.';, 



ROMANCE OP A POOR Y! 



Monday JEitf onln <£. July 3, 1878, 

DION BOUC1CAULT! 

AS "CONN* TN THE 



THIS EVENING 



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And Bli LIVING SHADOWS. 



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FORT ALG&TRAZ. 

Haiti JMjjj ^ ^ lUrry Bomud 



l.rrlc Mlllln 



THE FIRST LESSON 



La Di 

Mottn Poinpej 

Dni4>h Soni and Dane?,. 

ICiLI ii» 



MIm LouLrvf L** 

Ucorffi 0. TL.i<nip>oii 

llMrrj Bmn 

.MIH8 w.nn PiTKHi.S 

iicnr* Stewart 

THE GRLAT I 

Ovennrc. Orrhr-n u 

Nour and Daucc Ida n-i 

Bnlla.1 _r_r_l^__ MnaRlr Kelly 

To conclude with 

GRAND WALK-AROUND I 

6; the Company. 
Saturday, Jul> bom of 

MISS CLAUDE, 

GEAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

TENDERED TO 

iT. R. G-OSS 

By the Company ol tb» PALACE VARIETIES, 



Admlaalon 

OrclH'Klru HcalA 

Private Boxes 

Doorg open at 7. 



•-'* crnu 

50 cenlH 

$2T.u and #3 GO 

To oommenoe at 8. 



SANTA MONICA. 

T%m far 8outh«ra Calif nrn la ha* lackM 
» •ammofvIaJ city. Loa Anj»J«», ha«, acr- 
naaa, murr nearly than any oiber place, 
•atanptad to supply this Want, but Loa 
Aj«ala« hw nrvtr Wn qoitt* able In oifae*' 
Mm xrtat diaadYantagB of a harbor ao dm 
t~cti** at almost to be worthkMa Tho 
Vattod Hiatat GoTarniaent aan expended 
i 1 a million dollars on Ban Pedro 
Baj wi'Ji nrt ifiparcrit h-n^SdiJ r>.-«>ilf , and 
aVaajbt and paaw nscra are dJacharired into 
Hgatata, ih-ii *■.' caniod acreral milos >ip a 
namiw, thall'iw. muddy creok, and ftuaily 
aoaamaarled In a map, tacntj-«lx milei 
•T rail from 1^*1 A 

Twenty mll<w north if San Pedro and 
•UrvetJj .«il of Lea Angeles, from which 
■ t b b it fourteen miles ditUnf 
fceautilnl baj of Ranta Mopjca. The h»r 
bar Is *o much twtter than San Pedro, 
la**, during a recant gale, while the 
■taatnor wan unable to dlicharce into a 
Ughter at tho Utter place, but carried hex 
ar«jo on to Sim Diego, anchooner unloaded 
at s*/it* Uoolca lumber for tho construe- 
tfon of the wharf at that paint This wharf 
a twa ttiutuaad (set In length, and rwache* 
a point wh«re tht-ro In thirty feet of water 

- ' ■ I rom the wharf to i>m 
■aiaa tbn road bed of the proposed railroad 
la gxadixl , the tloi are contractvl for, and 
■too baa becu purdiaMed and 



Bha»\i(jd tn eoitrtract th«i road adlstanM 

of loriy mllea. The paMKTadiiig thr.niw 

Oajon PaM Is also nearly done, ami mean 



b»»e lieen soeured to conjtruct the road 
to Indei-endenco within a twelTpmontri. 

ThatSanU Monf«-a hto bo the fulun; 
atty of Bowtbern Cali/orrrta. will bo readily 
ooaoadod aft«r an eJtamJnatioti o( 1U 
■many aJvaatagv-s. 

Jbo fatare city of the Southern Coast. 

The Lang Branch of the Pacific 

The term in mb of two trans-continental 
roads. 

Twalw miles of beautiful beach for ridlna 
sod driving. 

Aaaflof unoiampled fwrtillty. 

A Mt« of un*urpaaiing beauty. 

Tlw.1 termlnui of the Loa Augelw and In 
dapendenco Kailroad. 

Commanding the trade of PanaroJnt, 
Com. and Oenro Oordo. 

Burvounded by 100000 acres of land for 
Orange, Olive and I^roon OrchardB. 

Twclv. rnllea from Lob Angek-n, 

A harbor where veatula can Hod shelter In 
auy titorm. 

Thirty ft-ut of water at the wharf at low- 
tide. 

Abtiuclant »at«r from living springfi, arte- 
sian wells and ordinary wells. 

Bireets and lot« have a natural grade 

CLUaate the moat delighUul In the world 



To merchanti desiring to com nanari buai 
nei* of any kind. 9 

To mechanics seeking to csUbusb them 
•elreri In a thriving locality. 

Jo invaUds iwldiig for health «d profit. 

To ail who #iHhMjaake«a(e and are ft ta- 
bic Ibv eat menu, 

8AHTA MONICA 




ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SANTA MONICA, 

INCLUDING BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA FARMS, IL 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ■ ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Term* of Bale will be made known through tho public. press, No lots disposed of at private sale until after the auction. 

Por Mil*, raj-uphjela, and general IsiormaUoa lu regard to the propoaad city, apply at Santo 



TH mGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 
. A Every Day in the Tear, by 

AT 

502 MERCHANT STREET, 

Jic'.ow Montgomery ,S^n Francisco 



FRIDAY 




JULY 


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A 


sroii/r 


3E.Y4ATIO.V. 





"What waa intended tobe a sensation, but 
wasn't, says the New York correspondent 
of the Baftini'>re Bulletin, "came out in last 
week's SttiUtav MtrtU/ry. It waa headed 
''Divorce in Hiyh Life," and was evidently 
brought forward because it waa supposed 
to concern Miss Neilaon, the eminent ac- 
tress. That lady having departed for Bu- 
•rope, and the theatrical season having been 
brought to a close, very little attention waa 
excited by the publication. The facts of 
the case are understood to be as follows : 
The dramatic editor of this journal, (the 
8. M.) approaohed a friend of Miss Neilson 
at a performance of Amy Robsart at 
B >oth'a Theatre on Monday evening, April 
26th, and informed him that a document of 
a character very offensive to Miss Neilson 
was in the possession of the paper which he 
represented, and that it might be well for 
the lady's friends to investigate the matter. 
He disclaimed acting otherwise than as a 
well-wisher of Miss Neilson. He procurred 
a letter of introduction to Miss 
Neilson from her agent, and ad- 
vised her to at once communicate 
with the part-proprietor of the paper to 
which he was attached. This she declined 
to do in person, and Mr. George Fawcett 
Rowe volunteered to represent her. Ac- 
cordingly he called upon the part-proprietor 
of the paper, who read to him portions of 
a report of the divorce suit of Birch vs. 
Birch, observing that Miss Neilaon'a name 
appeared on every page. Upon Mr. Howe 
inquiring whether there were any means to 
avoid printing the case, the proprietor said 
that he had paid a large aum of money for 
the document, and there had been a com- 
petition between newspapers to obtain it. 
Mr. Kowe then left. Mr. Tooker, the 
business manager of Booth's Theatre, was 
asked to take the necessary steps to avoid 
the publication of the offensive article. 
Mr. Tooker called with Mr. Kowe upon 
the newspaper proprietor, who offered to 
Hell the manuscript for $1,500. This, Mr. 
Tooker reported to Mr. Jarrett, who gave 
him his check for $700, which he bade him 
tender for the document. This he did, 
but the proprietor refused to take a check 
in such a matter, but waa willing to close 
the transaction if he could be paid 8700 in 
bills, and another appointment was made. 
Before keeping ithe saw Miss Nielson, who 
told him she wished to proceed no further 
in the matter, having resolved not to nego- 
tiate for a sale— her counsel, having in- 
structions to proceed legally against the 
scheme as a blackmailing operation. Ac- 
cordingly Mr. Tooker, on meeting the 
newspaper proprietor at the arranged inter- 
view, reported Miss Neilson's decision. 
Nothing further was done by Miss Neilson 
or her friends in the matter, except to ask 
the counsel for the newspaper, to exert his 
influence to prevent the publication. Miss 
Neilson sailed for Europe four weeks since, 
and on Sunday week, the paper in question 
made room for the story. Comment is un- 
necessary. 

. ♦ i ■■ i - 

Oh Hennery : 

A hen-pecked husband writes : "Since 
the day that Mary Ann cackled us into 
matrimony and we consented to gather her 
and her mother under our sheltering winga, 
we have had considerable experience with 
domestic fouls. An experience like that 
pulls the feathers all put the egg-suck- 
ing days all out of our boyhood, 
or of the fricasaeed day3 of our 
bachelorhood. We are not the haughty, 
neck -stretching rooster we once were. The 
incessant cluck, cluck, of two old dorkings 
has henpecked our spirits and taken all the 
sand out of our crop. We can't get upon 
the fence and crow over our matrimonial 
adventures loud enough to be heard on the 
other side." 



An Unlucky Month. 

May has long been considered an unlucky 
month for marriages. April aeema to be 
eq-ually unlucky to authors, for in that sun- 
and-shower month the immortal Will and 
the great Cerventes pierced the clouds and 
entered the unseen. Goldsmith, Heber, 
Bacon, Young, Metastasio, Boussuet, Col- 
lins, Buff on, Fox, Byron, Fielding, 
Wordsworth, Defoe, Cowper, Chaucer, 
Montgomery, Dryden and many others 
also died on the threshold of merry May. 

" Chicago Moving Westward." 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Meser3. T. & D. Lundy, who have just opened at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's churcb. 
with the finest assortment ever imported to this 
coast of black walnut, bronze aud marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc., etc., all of which they furnish 
on easy payments. 



Palmer Bros. 

Keep the "Crown" Perfumery, the best in use 
726 to 734 Market street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XjA.ST OD^Y 
TO PAY 

POLL TAXES! 

SATURDAY, JULY 3d. 

Assessors' Office Open Every Evening. 

Will be $3 after that dar. and Si after January 1st 

iere. j,£ 2 t 

24 POST STREET. SAN" FRANCISCO. 

This School is Designed to Educate 

pupils for the practical affaire of life. It makes 
Business Education la specialty ; yet its instruction 
u not confined to Bookkeeping and Arithmetic 
tnerelr. but girt ■ such broad culture as the times 
now .demand, .borough instruction is given in all 
the branches of an English education, and Modern 
Languages are practically taught. The discipline 
of the school i& excellent, and its system of Actual 
Business Practice is unsurpassed. No pupils 
of bad character will be admitted. For full par- 
ticuK ra ca ll at the College, or address for circulars 
E. P. HEALD, San Francisco. , jj2-3m 
■■■■■' 



FOURTH OF JULY! 




GENERAL AHN0UKCEB1ENT. 

I. In Accordance with the Provisions 

of tho Political Code, the celebration of tbe Ninety- 
ninth Anniversary of the Declaration of American 
Independence wfll take place on MONDAY, July 
5, 1875. 

IL Tbe general ground of assembly of tho pro- 
cession will be the vicinity of Howard and Second 
streets. 

IIJ. Tho various divisions of the procession will 
be roartialed at convenient points, to be designated 
by the Grand Marshal, and all divisions must move 
promptly at 11 A. M., Detailed organization of the 
processiou will be made public as soon as possible. 

TV. The signals for the general advanco will be 
as follows : 

Preparatory — One gun fired at 10:45 A. M. 

Advance— One gun at 11 a. m. 

V. The general advancesandbaltswill be signaled 
by bugle, and detailed orders will be transmitted by 
signal men accompanying the heads of divisions. 

VI. The leading band will be the directing band, 
as to time, and all following bands will properly 
regulate the cadence from the head of the column. 

The Intervals between Divisions will be fifty 
yards, with the exception of the Division following 
the Second Brigade N. G. C, which will allow one 
hundred yards to intervene. Chiefs of Divisions 
will be held responsible for this exact interval 

IX. Major John R. Carnahan and Major J. H. 
Simpson are announced as Chief Aids to the Grand 
Marshal. 

By order of Grand Marshal John McComb. 

jy2-tf R. H. 8AVAGE. Chief of Staff 



CITY GARDEIM^, 

This Favorite Place of Recreation is 

H©-Oponecl 

UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT I 

Willis' Celebrated Band, 
FIREWORKS, and Other Attractions ! 

All must come on 

SUNDAY AND MONDAY, 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Mantel Clocks and Bronzes, 

AND 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

The Present Quarters having to he va- 
cated for the New Building of the S. F. Board of 
Brokers, 

THOMAS T>JS±7S, 
335 Pine Street, 

Will Offer Mis Entire Stock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

jel7-lm 



DIVORCES OBTAINED! 

Without Publicity! 

On Shortest Notice ! 

For Any Cause Whatever ! 
Legal Everywhere ! 

B3T All correspondence strictly confidential. 
Address ATTORKEY, 

Box 400, Post-Office, 
jyl-tf San Francisco. 



1776, 



1875. 



Military Goods 
TRIMMINCS, 

Hit. 11,1.1, ROSETTES, STCEAMEBS, 
FLAGS, BANNERS, 

And ererything for Fourth of July Parade, at Now 
York prices, for Cash, can be had at 

NORCROSS & COS, 

MASONIC TEMPLE, 
je29-lw No. 6 Post Street. 



The Finest Buth-House in the World 

will open for business on Tuesday, Jane 31Hh. 

Improved Turkish Bath, 81 50, or Six Tickets for 
$7 "II. Refreshments extra. Ladies' days for the 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Baths for Ladies open everyday; 
entrance on B&gley place, off O'Farrell Btreet : fur 
Gentlemen, 11 and 13 Dupont at. DRS. LORYEA 
k TRASK, Proprietors. je28-lw 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LXTNCHt, 
Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 

SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 

No. 232 Second Street, Corner of Tehama. 



THAT^S SO. 

Beautiful -and Substantial Sets 

of Artifical TEETH only 815 and war- 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
else Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience In New YorkCity. Office, 24 Post street, 

between Montgomery and Keamj\ 

mh-li DB. LUTHER, Dentist, 



G-JBO. A. CASE, 

313 Kearny Street, 

Between Sutter and Bush Streets 

Dentistry in all it* branches, at reasonable rate* 



M 



LOUIS IS. I>AVII>, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 

CS3 WASHINGTON STREET. 

TheolocT. History. Biography, Travel*, 

Fiction, Art, Sciences, Medical, etc. 
Libraries and Parcels of Books Bought. mal4-lj» 



t»« n S **. 




F> J*. IL, A.C3 ES. 

The Most Respectable Place on the 
PACIFIC* OOAST. 

337 Etisli Street, 

Above Maguire'a New Theatre, 

Terrapin Slows Shrimp Salads, Crah 

Saluda, Deviled Crabs, Welsh Rare-Bits, onr own 
Pan Roasts and Par Excellence, Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock Oysters fre3h from our own Oyster 
Beds every morning, Chops, Steaks. Ice Creams and 
the best oi Wines and Cigars. Oyster Fricassees a 
specialty. N. B. Elegant private parlors for fami- 
lies and select parties up-etair3. 

CUAHLE3 II.11CKE, 
mhl8-tf Proprietor. 



IiON DON 



Covent Garden! 



THE GATHERING PLACE OF 



THE FASHIONABLE WORLD' 



.THE ONLY.. 



Oyster Palace! 

In the City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mal EUWH BOSSI, Proprietor. 



aOODESOUCffl 




No. I 77 Jessie Street. 

je24-3ni 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. IG23 Kearny Street. Corner of 

Commercial, San Francisco, ir'nnceon 
Commercial. Established in 135*. for the 
treatment and cureof all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness aonsequent 
npon the errors or Ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon bim . The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. San 
Francisco. no26-tf 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

105 KEABXY STREET. jell-lm 



Medical Advice, 

DR. W. R. DQHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet, Mont-omery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTT returns his sin- 
cere thanks to his numerous patientB for their 
patror-age, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for the oure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and Gbl^lTO-URINAKY OEC.ANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 
practice of many years in Europe and the United 
States he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, eharges moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in aociety. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the beat and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit Eecrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter. FREE 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

17. K. DOHEKTT, M. D., 

mhll-tf San Francisco, Cal. 



HOWARD ST. LIVERY and SALE 



STABLE 



J 

Howard Street, 

Between Fourth and Fifth Streets, San Francisco. 

PHUJF MOR3HEAD, Proprietor. 

Kind and gentle h»nes with Phsetons, suited for 
Ladieo, Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horses. je8 lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND ftOTICK. 



German Saving's and Loan Soc'y, 

Tbe Board of Directors of Ihia Hoctcty 

have declared the dividend for the Lali yoir ending 
June 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
annum on term deposits and sovon and one-half 
per cent. (7M per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after July 15, 1875. 
By order, jy3-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The I.un<l Mortsaao Union anil Savin tin 

Bank of California, 5;>4 California street, corner of 
Webb.— For the quarter ending with June 30th. 
1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of Eight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and aftor 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street. 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths (9 6-10) per cent pur 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight 18) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30. 1875, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHISHOLM. Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 632 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb, 

For the half year ending with June 

30tb, 1875, a dividend has been deolared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one half (74) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax. payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Per order, 
je28-lm LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 



Mahogany Leaf 

FINE-CUT 

CHEWING TOBACCO 1 

. Manufactured by the 

CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO. 

....OF..., 

CMob Rips Mahogany California- 
Grown Leaf, 



CUKED BY THE CULP PROCESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

....AND.... 

MORE NATURAL SUGAR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 

For sale in lote to suit at 

NO. 207 FRONT STREET, 

....BY THB.... 

Consolidated Tobacco Co. 

je'25-JOt E. BRICUS. Agent. 



CALIFORNIA 

FIREWORKS! 

Rockets, Bombs, 

Soman Candles, Fire Crackers, 
Bengolas, Shells, 

Wheels, Flags. 

TjTVERYTHING FOR CELEBRATING THE 

FOURTH OF JULY. 

Smaxl Fihewobks and Large Pieces for Oity 
and Country Exhibitions, manufactured at our Lab- 
oratory, in San Francisco, and guaranteed to he 
superior to any other. 

Parties at a distance, where water transportation 
is necessary, should order immediately, as the coast 
steamers will not cany Fireworks. 

CHURCH A CO., 

j&7-tjy4 407 Front Street. 



Hurrah for the 4th of July ! 



FIREWORKS ! 




BOYS ! DON'T FOKGET THE OLD STAND I 
M0 38E'8, 



NO. 639 WASHINGTON STREET. 



jeS-tjy3 



Tbe Cheapest and Best. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARIHG 0CE»Hl" SURGING BREAKERS 
F0I1ING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE I 

BB1NO TOl'B PAIHrLT! 
■ RING TOUR LADY FRCENDS 

AadenioTft Yiew of the fineee OOEiN PAJNO* 

KAMA JN THE WORLD, nit is 3isQt of. 

the world-renoffaed 

Crolden Gate. 

With ft fleet of ffhite-iriiised mflesengera eoterin, 
from eteir part of the commeroiftl world. 

etrNew Line BneeeB, connecting with Street 
Oire st Lone Mountain eferr 15 nainntea heroeftei 
for the Cliff Honae W*4I 



Get your Diamouds eet to Buit your taste ; and your 
Jewelry made to please you, 

BAHKBX"8TBEKT 
ireTjiTeXry 

MAKTJFAC TORINO COMPANY. 

MESSINCER & HAHN, 
Diamond ftaottor-rSy 

Manufacturers and Dealers In 
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWE1KY, Etc. 

Watches and Jewelry Promptly Repaired, 

80S MARKET STREET. m3-lm 



OR. J. R. FERNANDERZ, 

LATELY ARRIVED FROM AUSTRALIA, 
has an infallible oure for DKAKES3. His 
charges are 940 00 for a pert ot core. No cure no 
pay. Oity references of cures fdyen Address Post 
Office Box 3334. . a. WW-" 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES.^ 

Fan, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

WO EC?T Jja.Xj. 
In this Pleasant Resort | 

ONE CAN 

Pass A.2X XSt/enlnc 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Soups and Dances, both Clog and Fancy. 
A ItECia.U: VARIETY SHOW. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of the 

FUN-LOVINB PUBLIC I 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity DneaaUcd ON THIS COAST 

THE PRETTIEST" OF TALENT 



THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

MRS. ft. C. SCOJT, PROPRIETOR 

....CORNER.... 

Sacramento ami Kearny Sts. 



S. F. & N. P. R^ & STEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

On aud after Monday, Mar 3lst. 1875, 

tbe new, elegant and fast Steamer JAMES M 
.DONAHUE, Cap.. W. "Warner, will make two trips 
daily (Sundays excepted), Leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. .and 3 o'clock p. it., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the ears (or 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton, Olo- i 
verdale, and with Btagea for Sonoma, Skagg's, Mark '' 
Weat, Eartlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena, 
SebastopoL, Bodega, Duncan's Mill;, Flak Mills. 
Gualala, Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport, 
Olear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Clover- 
dale at 8:10 a, h. and 3:30 p. m., connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:40 p. At. and 8 p. m. Freight received all day. 
THE €EYSERS. 
VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line via 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and best route. 
Only TWO HOURS' staging, Through time from 
the oity, seven hour3— passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SUNDAY EX4'irit.SIOX9. 

Steamer leaves Greenstreet wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6:45 
P, M. * 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

P. DONAHUE, Prealdeo* 

F. H. GERDES, Gen'l P. 4 T. Agt. 

Offioe, 426 Montgomery street. colO-tf 



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After July 3d, 1875, 

And after that date will be a lien on 
any Personal Property. 

Taxpayers are urgently rcqnestcd o 
call at the Assessor's Office and pay their 
Poll Taxes, and avoid payment of the 
additional One Dollar. It is only Two 
Dollars until July 3d. je26-td 




TABLE WARE AND ALL GOODS 



From which the Silver is worn, Replated 
in the most durable manner, at the 

San Francisco Gold and Silver 
Plating Works, 

Nos, 653 and 655 Mission Street* Between 
New Montgomery and Third Sts. 

A Fine Stock of TABLE "WARE tot r aale at the 
Lowest rates. E. G. DEMNISTON, 

ma8-3m Proprietor. 



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VOL. XXI. 



TAPE WORM 

DR. OJ | 

»•. m ■!•»!•■ Mrrrl. 



MAGUIRE'S NEW THEATRE. 

■*a*S» —ill, »»**. ■■ ■■ -"* ••« * 

i OfLT, 

Thor»4ay. Friday, Saturday 



MAGUEIES 1TEW THEATHE. 



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=1 A IlM E3TN7C3rIL.T»H. 



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Grand English Opera Coinp'y 



The Allegfianians 

VOCALISTS AND 

Swiss Bell Players ! 

n. d o. WAU>moir. 

Nil, inm* an ih. (..ar. of (taaa lloan. 



t tMlll Ih.r... fr 
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lili-thaalaa. 



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l'U}ra «►«« Ik* »ll»rr BrlN 

3 r,..-,, n>c >.prmnrt and < oatrall«.l 

*^ aiarlr t-araard aid toll Uarcla 

I air. <•■ l.lll..' roaalral tX-ratrlrlllr . 



J Qaartrttr. "T»» «— >. «ld kin .r lara,- 

4Ur«aaala.« 

• aiarxMUaL*. My mm. riajrd up.n Ibr Hr» I., H. II, 

7 RaaltntK Da'l. "Tkr Irllrr" 

•all Kama aad < . I. I'nrlon 

«Ta» «lrra> kjaalrai ».n..llnn or Ikr a...... 

t. L. aWajumra »aj| HI. HuIoI 1.U..C 

a ■nanaaj ffkt Bar ." aad •M-li-rch.n* of Brrlol. 

ri.,,.,1 upon Ike HitIm Bell. 

I* ».ml W«ii»n- Marie farkard 

• t • aaa.rr Our*. Orlilaal 

BVIlr Hurcln aad «. I. Phrl.n 

l< Dart anaa It. tafia. Rrll«. lalrodarlai ih ■ 
alii aad familLir air.. "Lt»,r \nt." and 

"Tkr Laat hu».. of »uii r. ' 

lka». 1. f'urlon and Frank L. Benjamin 

U a ¥.it Bad raid. Hnrunrra. a).ar|.ltrl. 

AIlcajLuiilnn. 

II Tkr lllrfhuUD. wviMlf surer Orehr*- 
Iral Band. 

II lew aXarriailt.- soas, "When tkene Old 

Cl.lar* »frr \™" »am I..IIIU, 

1. national Air,. . ..Played npon the nWial Bell, 



LABSM 

Mr. Wm, Castle, Mr. Joseph Maas, Mr. William Carleton, 

Mr. Pierre Bernard, Mr. Henry Poukes, Mr. C. F. Hut, 

Mr. Ceorge A. Conly. Mr. Edward Seguln, 

Mme. C. R. Bernard, Miss Annie Beaumont, Mme Julie Rosewald. 
Mrs. Zolda Seguln, Mme. Redento, Miss Lizzie Annandale. 

who win. APTEAB IN ' 

F1KMT API'KMi Utl 



3, 1873 



mi n, ii h*«t. 
«r. wiimn i »«rn 



Jllli iioMntni. 
■r. IHIT 1-KAKaW. 



"i.. 1.17/u: l»i\iiut. 
Mr. I.IHTIUII >l«.l K. 



la AaliKiW T1MVA.1' Crarmlnj and Eminently Sucra»(ul Opera, 



MARS" 
Wtl.HKIM 

TXTJSJJ9II3.ea.-ar JB.-*7-JH JST XJNTC3., VTTT-t-Y Q-- 

(WITH TIIKSAMK POWERFUL CAST.) 

Weanesday JHJ-v©ja.lra.e;- Tnly "7tla. 



MIHH BKAI'MONT 

HHK. ROHKWALD 

...MISS ANNANDALK 

Ml: I'i:akks 

>rn .sF.niiiN 

MR OAYI.A 

MR IIOWARIJ 

MR OABTLB 

' .1 VII <3- INT OlM." 



•nt. r. K. aUMBD. 



FIRST APPEARANCE OP 
"r.. ZKLDA ii:i.iiiv 



Mr. tVILLIAM ( iui.l.r<>>. 



Mr. CH)BI;f. A. ('ONLY, 



Mr, JOSEPH MAAS, 



In VERDI'S Beautiful Opera, 



IL ra#?4TOa! 



LKONORA 

FERAITDO . 

BUU 

■ • 

MANRI'X) 



MME. O B. BEnNARD 

MK8. ZELDA SFJIUIN 

MR. CARLRTON 

GEO. A. OCINLY 

ME. NIWHOLS 

Miaa isaoson 

ME. MAAS 



THURSDAY EVENING, WALLACE'S Opera, 



rir^t Appraranec of the CtiarnalBft Innna Prima Donna, MLXF, KEDENTI. 



siALK op nmi>. 

R.-.rvrd ^'iUs, arrortllng to location. $1.00. *l.f>0 and #3.00. 

**rThe sale of Seats oommences oa MONDAY morning, June 28th, at 9 a'ciock, at SHERMAN ft 
HYDE'S Mu«ic Store, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

T TTT l e\ TRB. 

K W emm Kfamejr aaa Plea awh 

" i >-niiv 

li. —i— ana Wat* Maaaa, r 

kjtoka*". . Maa«airilr.ol«iBu,t»jMortaa.r^ 



IIBKAT 



CHARLEY KIMIC I 

BMUAOEHRMT or 

VINIVIIE WELCH. 



'. I "F 

Miss LYDIA LIVINGSTON 

THIS EVENING JOLT 2 

Tie Performance will Commenco with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FOI 

Being the ixilj I'uvrd in the (,'ltjr Kinbravnlot; 

Four £nd Men. 

Fmlahlne with the VARIETY WALK AROUND 
X2wTT JE1 Fa IjTTXD m. 



Professor 



Fowrler. 

An. I 



rnee- 

< nmr >om; rUTNII Htici 

Itiilliid Halle faMi 

DOUBLE SONG and DANCE. SWAIN and WEST 
OH! NICOUKMII8 I I III I IHi\l.,ril< 



IilMIC. 



Rone and Dance 

Duct. ...I Know a Bank. 



St. L«oa 

t ■.,!• r aud nortlrner 



DEAF AS A POST. 



Nickarson And. 



..Beam 



CIok John ny Prtc« 

lavorlte Ballad Matncle hi. Vial* 

Ballad i.nirti' Fo-iler 

Kontt Muliic l,aForrr*t 

Blli.HI ANt» FMVI. I,. DLL LIIVKt.STOK 

ltiiii]«> holo Harry Senai- 

BALL.LD \ INN I IS WELCH 



OLD BIVIBLEBACK. 

.Ihit.ch SbodiztavLcr. . 
RuBt of characters by the company. 



Srnifmental Ballad <*. Nlrkernon 

i It i li e»e l>;i n<-<' At. Lroi 

Ballad Katie ao« 

Comic IHtty ItlacKle St. Ctalr . 

Overture OrohetTUB 



By all the Male Artists. 



1-BICE3 OF ADMISSION. 

Parquetta 25 cents | Boxes $3 50 and S3 M 

Greea Boom 50 oente e*tr» 



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W. I-s. T^IljiBIirlT, 

DENTIST, 

Hi> KFHOHID HIS OFFICE 

4 LAbnTsiyiry frota If a 8 Kearny 8t 
to 703 HiwkK strmt, oror WWt>tir'« druti 
dflll-lm 



A Great 
Variety of 



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In Great 
Variety. 



At the I X L ArcnOM HOUSE, Nos. 016, 018 and 630 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CANDIES, 



All Kinds of the Finest Candy Nads 

at our Steam Candy Factory dally. All orders es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited and will b« 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wagner. 
aul5 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 





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AMERICAN 

FLAGS! 



,«i «'" 

Kill'" 

#110 



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AMERICAN 

FIREWORKS 

UO TO TBE I.BKII' 




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The Largest UurkHit la Ibe fllr, 
Wkairaate and BcUU, at Prteea that 
alefj" eanipeutt.n. 

616. 618 and 620 

Kearnf St., cor. Commercial 



PLAT'TS HALL. 

MINSTRELSI ! JlNSTRELSj 

Grand Fourth of July Matinee 

BY THH. . 

San Francisco Minstrels 

MONDAY, JULY 5th, 1875. 



PROGRAMME. 



Introductory Overture Oompawt 

Dublin Bay;. H. Reynold* 

Don't Get Weary WlLLlAK WATBR8 

Hoftly (Cor tbu Rippling Watera ..FRANK LACY 

McHwadigan'B Party J. Murphy 

Bells Bniadou WrLLiAM Thomas 

Grand Pawuotk; Finals By ths Entikb Company 



INTERLUDE PROGRAMME. 



Overtnre Orchestra 



nURPHY and HACK In their Original 

MORNING GLORIES 



To be followed by the funny At:t, of 

BIO and LITTLE BONANZA 

Thomaa Lacy And Company 



TEUTONIC SCINTILLATIONS WM. WATEBS 

MURPHY and MACK In their Great MneelaltT, 

TROUBLES IN AMERICA ! 



JIG J. FINNERTY 



The whole to conclude with tho aide-splitting 
Ethiopian Faroe of 

An Electric Shock 1 

Doctor Snow . , Frank Lacy 

Pete.... Who wants to be one William Thomon 

Lucy.... Snow's Daughter J. Mack 

Harry In love with Lucy William Waters 

First Body SnaUAer Osorge Snowdon 

Second Body Snatcher .«UIy Bryant 



Doom open at II o'clock. Performance to eon 
mence at t\ f or after the Procession has passed. 



ADMISSION ...HFTY CENTS 

Children. Twenty-Five Cents. 



PLATT'S HALL. 



GB.a.ND 

Complimentary Entertainment and Ball 



San Francisco Cadets! 

CAM. OEOEOE BIOLEY, 

Friday Evening, July 2, 1 875 

The followinij Mcmbera of THE 

GOLDEN CITY AMATEURS 

Have kindly volunteered and will appear in one of their 
ploaalngantertaiunientfl. in conjunction with 

Capt. McDonald's Trained Indians, 

Both Male and Female, in their Famous Exhibition Drill. 



Hew Olympic Variety 

Tina ^t'TH.^s. 

Southeast Corner Third and Mission Streets. 

J. HARRINGTON PnormaTOK 

Ned Barry Sfcano Manager 

iHU'Oitli Frank Mimical Director 

GREAT HIT OP 

CHARLEY HARRIS 

AND 

this ^^ E ^^2^^zz^^z:'SZ^S?i?i^. 
Gran d First Part & Variety Walk- Around. 



I* ART I-SOIREE D'ETIIIOPE. 

Bonus 8. 3. Balk. Jr. | Interrogator W. Watterij 

Tambourine CHKI3. Faciin. 

Overture— Poet and Peasant Orchehtra 

Ballad—Silver Threads Among the Gold R. D. Valkhua 

Oomio Bone— Got Along Enbraim... (Original) — Chris, Faoin 

Ballad— Only a Dream of Home 0. H. Parrisk 

Oomio— Old Annt Jemlnia S. 8. Balk, Jr. 

Ballad- Kiaa and Forget, Love W. Fkbkman 

The First Part to conclude with "SOENEa on the 0. P. R. R'' 



PART II.-OLIO. 

Honei and Dance.. . .Rotfnlsh Little Beauty Emallnc 
By the Prince of Amateurs, C. PERHAH. 



THE FOUR SENATORS. 



Kelly Taylor ..Mahony And.. 



Hi. Watermelon Man S. S. BALK, JR. 



overi.il re OrcheBtra 

To Conclude with the Lt,tu?hable Sketch, entitled 

Obrlfii. 9 ff @i*®w@l 1 

Chris • J- Guerin 

Lena W. Ganto 

"^A^TT^^TsTliilo^TiAXivs^ 

BRITISH COLUMBIANS! 

(MALX and FEMALE). IN THEIR 

JB?*AXkXo-u.«» Drill 



Dixou Evans And ■ I _..^. ■^. L . .^.Oarrott 

Overturo Bant* 

Ballad ■■-. -EMa Bndd 

Irlnli .11k Eliza IlarrliiKton. 

CI oa Joh nny CooR 

BALLAD LOUISE HOHBHH 



SHE SET 

Hughoy Robinson 



ME DRINKING 

And May Harrington 



Ballad War tlarrlneton 

Bone Solo ■-!_•-•- ■■- _ Lon Dixs>n. 



LITTLE FRAUD. 



Charloy Harris., 



,.And Lotta Grej 




SERIO-COWH' CHANliEH LOTTA tiRAV 

liiillu'.' - Lonlne Somerm 

DUTCH SON4! AND DANCE CHARLE1 II 4R 

t iong Charlea B-n 

HELP WANTED. 

OaiToll Barry And. Dixon 

Orchestra 

Ella Busid 

Matt t'arrotl 

111*. Ill* KlIHl.NSVK 



Overture 

Hong ■■■ 

Slum and Dunco.. 
Tllfc. UOMKK,,. 



THEJ XyXBTSrTTt&T 



..Johnny Cook 



Fancy Dance 

BALLAD 

H«nc aad Dance.. 



Orcheatra 

.. ..LOTTA VK.4T 

....Fanny Mother 

LO list SOBERS 

Johnny C««h 



To conclude with 

WHISKY 



Mike McNaunsra. . 
Mary Ann 



. .Hughoy Robinsoa 
...M»U fansal 
, .Oharlss Bvaaft. 






THE ORv I OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Published Every D»y Id the Year, by 



539 MBBCHAKT STREET, 

Below Montgomery Ban Frandsco 



ililDAY JtTLY 



Amusements, Etc. 

falirorniu Theatre. 

There yet remain two or thrte character* in tin- 
"Xonancu of a Poor Yoong Man," as playcdat the 
California Theatre, the memory of which we most 
{reserve from oblivion by noticing them. Mlas Carrie 
Wyalt has a strong part in Mile. Helouln the Gov. 
crnesa, and the fear lent ahe should be overweighted 
proved happily unfounded. Mrs. Judah's Norte 
Louise is just exactly what oo< would suppose it to 
be, chancing and correct, while little Tillie Darling 
made a feature of her part of the Pvasant GiiJ. 
■wculre's New Theatre. 

TLu Allcghanians opened at tliis theatre last even- 
nag for a short season with a thoroughly excellent 
profcrauiuie. The name of the company is one that 
.'has been favorably before the public for the past 
torvn! y-t vu years, and ihelr performances in the in- 
tend au'l seaboard towni of California during the 
jnwt three months have met with marked succcae- 
s>prru House. 

"VitiunV' ihows no signs of failing attraction. 
Good houses and hearty laughter greet every per- 
formance and surely there eould be ao pleasanter 
greeting, the lull houses for thy Manager and the 
kcsrtj Laughter for the actors. 
Crand Enailfth Opera. 

Tta.j sale of seats for the English Opera Troupe 
ic pn.'icediug bruUtly at Sherman and Hyde's, and 
the certainty $f a brilliant season ia growing daily 
more assured. Fred Zimmerman beams brightly 
*ud more brightly as the box sheets get covered. 
Mexican Infantile Opera Company. 

It was Senorita Guadalupe TJnda y Moron's bene- 
:ft last nrght, on which occasion the first act of "The 
College Girl" and the comic opera of "On the Horns 
«f the Bull" formed the bill. The house was as 
■nsual. much given to "loudand continued applause. " 
There will be no performance thia evening, hut to 
Morrow evening "Robinson Crusoe" will be given. 

rnink Ren** Benefit 

On Sunday ercuiug next, as we suppose everybody 
knows, the vetexau'e benefit will be held at Ma- 
guire's Theatre. The volunteer talent was more 
than could bo accented, but such a selection has 
keen made as will enable the "juvenile" to give 
sosnetrtiug like a bill. 
The Glorious Fwnrtti 

Which Is really the glorious Fh**-* 1 this year, will 
?itill be made more glorious by an enter- 
tainment given at Piatt's Hall in the afternoon as 
•won as the procession has passed. The programme 
may be found in another column, 
sau Francisco Cadet*. 

This evening the San Francisco Cadets have a 
grand complimentary benefit in tbu character of an 
entertainment and ball. The entertainment will 
consist of an exhibition drill by Captain. K, 3. Mc- 
Dooald'e band of mole and female Columbian In- 
dians, and a minstrelsy programme by the Golden 
Cfty Amateurs. 
Bnckley'* New Variety Theatre. 

Charley Kimio is certainly a success, hie Dutch 
diaJuct is good and his acts new and taking. The 
hill for to-night includes his performances and that 
el many others all first-rate in their line. 
Palace Variety Theatre. 

George C. Thompson's specialties are always 
amusing. Alii Barbee's feats are certainly astonish- 
ing, Sam Bay Lis' living shadows are undoubtedly 
clever and the whole performance is well worth 
seeing, 
New Olympic Variety Theatre. 

The olio la ihe kTeat feature here, the songs being 
sentimental, dialect, seno-cornic and comic, whilst 
the dances include ballet dances, jig, clog, reels and 
.fancy. 

KjJflEK KELLER.— Thu mammoth sym- 
posium, corner of Third and Market streets, under 
tbe Nucleus House, <rives a grand instrumental con- 
cert every evening. The spacious Kiesen Keller com- 
bines billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
*J ub rooms, concert hall and beer hall, all in one. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

Two beautiful Albino Children, Sig. Laviti the 
Italian Fire King, in his astonishing JJ/yos Infer- 
tmU, Mile. Gracie and Mons. Leo in their lightning 
trapeze, the Gymnastic Troupe and Orchestral Con- 
cert on Saturday and Sunday, ondou Monday when 
there will also he a mottt extensive and brilliant dis- 
play nf Fire Works at 8:30, and performance, con- 
vert and skating till 12 M. 

Cttt Gardens. --Will open on Sunday 

under new management. Instrumental concert, 
hteworka and other attractions on Monday. 



The While Bace vs. Ihe Mongolian. 

This is the season of the year that the invasion of 
California by the Chinese barbarians is renewed. 
Thousands of emigrants. Christians by color, edu- 
cation and civilization ore also swarming to this 
Land of Gold, induced to come by higher wages 
nnd a prosperous State. But the question arises will 
this prosperity lost long, it the fact remains much 
longer, that this wretched scum of a leprous race 
tiuil employment immediately on their arrival 
through the agencies or their companies, while 
many of our emigrants are seeking work in vain, 
until tired and disgubted they return East. In the 
face of this crying evil there is one firm in this city 
who -v names ought to be emblazoned in letters of 
r Okv. notwithstanding they run a Cigar 
Factory, employ none but white men. Tbe firm 
we refer to Is Gordon k Burke, No. 842 Market 
street, opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
er* to patronize them, not only because they employ 
White Labor, but because they keep the very tin est 
brands of Cigars both Imported and Domestic, and 
the best quality of Tobaccos, Snuffs, etc-, 



It nv AW ON. 

Go, blessed Sleep, Ides my love's eyes, 

Lull her to rcat; 
Sweep o'er the couch whereon Bl 
With blissful drearqfngs baraat 

,:.:UiC her blest. 

Tiv genfls hand can brini; hci pi 

Soothe all her fears; 
From earth's sad cares the soul release, 
A little space bid sorrow cease, 

Chase away tears. 

So wrap her in thy dreams, O W«8P ' 

O'ercast her eyee ; 
Yet have her slumbers cot too deep. 
But love's fair thoughts her fancy keep,— 

Love that ne'er dies. 

Ves, when thou'st vailed her weary eyes, 

Spirit of Bh!«p ! 
Sweet l&ociCS from her dreams will rise, 
Love's viwiuns pure, till darkness dies, 

gar ooq] will keep. 

Rest then In hllSB through all the night, 

My love dream on ! 
Still be thy visions fair and bright, 
8till doth my soul with thine unite— 

Dream on ! Dream ou ! 



A Common Kadi. 

A Texas paper -says: While Captain 
Harper was engaged in his census- taking 
duties yesterday, a lady on whom be called 
raked permission to look at his book. The 
captain wbo in noted for his courtesy, con- 
futed, and after glancing over ita pages, 
the lady said "Now, look here, you can't 
fool me that way. 'CordW to this book, 
there ain't a woman in the town over forty 
yeare old. You've got a dozen women 
down here as being from thirty-five to 
furty years of age, and I'll take my solemn 
Bible oath that I knew every one of 'em 
ten years ago, and they were all the same 
age then as they be now. Young man, 
theie must be some mistake. Probably 
you ain't good at figgers. _ You can put 
me down at forty-five. I ain't ashamed to 
tell my age." The captain put her down 
at forty-five, but he says he'll bet all hia 
money that she is over sixty. 

The Argot of tbe Wave. 

Yonng ladies at Saratoga are interested 
in nothing but the regatta. One of them 
said to her papa the other day at lunch : 
'■Oh ? you ought to have gone out to the 
lake this morning ! Such a splendid eight. 
They were all rowing round in the sixes 
and just as we came out on the point the 
Harvard crew were going by with an awful 
spurt and something on one of tbe sliding 
scales went smash against the washing- 
board and broke the lower pintal of tbe 
outrigger and the larboard streak got all 
niixea up with the thole pin, — oh you 
ought to have seen it J" 

Cool. 

A Detroit landlord warned a disagreeable 
tenant out of one of his houses recently, 
and the tenant replied that he would be 
out by a certain day. Two or three days 
after the time had expired, the landlord 
called, and finding that no move had been 
made toward vacating, he exclaimed : 
"Here J I thought you agreed to be out of 
here lstt Tuesday !" "I did," calmly re- 
plied the man, "but everywhere I went 
they wanted a month's rent in advance, and 
I guesB I'll have to stay here all Summer if 
I don't find a lost pocket-book or strike 
some one who wonts to lend money !" 
■ ♦ ■' — i 1 — 

Tbe Disputants. 

Two persons were once disputing ao loud- 
ly on the subject of religion that they 
awoke a big dog which bad been sleeping 
on the hearth Defore them, and he forth- 
with barked most furiously. An old di- 
vine present, who had been quietly sipping 
his tea while the disputants were talking, 
gave the dog a kick, and exclaimed, "Hold 
your tongue, you silly brute ! you know no 
more about it than they do." 

Grand Display of Fireworks. 

TO AUC GREETING. 

Tbe City having failed to arrant:*' for 

the usual grand diKplay of Fireworks in commemo- 
ration of the Day of Independence, tbe undersigned, 
for thirteen years tbe only manufacturers of Fire- 
v.-nrU In the city, liuding that we have on hand an 
unusually large stock, and many pieces only suita- 
ble for large oitief, have enterod into an arrange- 
ment with It. B. WOODWARD, by wldch we will. 
at 8:30, give a most brilliant display of FIRE- 
WORKS ou the evenlDg of July 5th, at WOOD- 
WARD'S GARDENS, and trmst our long standing 
connection with tbe business will be an assurance 
that the display will be elaborate and complete in 
all points. CUIIUCU «fc CO. 

Ban Francisco, June 28. 1875. jy2-lt 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the Sau Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
e ra, in Plain or Fancy Colore, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tlfn! Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc, printed to 
suit the moat fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
S'antl,'' on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers ol every shade, and the prices charged for 
these axe very little in advance of plain white 
pnper. Streamers various sizes, from IS to 48 
inch letters, In eU of all colore of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor In 1850 
and has been in successful operation ever sirce. 

The original "Swain's BakeryTis now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ioe cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. f 

Fresh and Sweet. 

^■fe Canty t 

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COKB.E8PONDENCE. 

SjLK FRAitcisro, June 25. 1S75. 

Mr. Frank Re a— Dear Sir: Feeling; that join- 
long and honorable care«r on the American Stage 
deserves more than ordinary recognition, and be- 
lieving that a benefit at one of our theatres would 
be the best form in whioh to give It, as the public 
at Large could participate, we respectfully request 
you to name the time aud place, if agreeable, when 
and where wo may f ulfi U our wishes in tbt« respect, 
and Bhow our appreciation of your talents an an 
actor, and eur respect for you as a man. Hoping 
for your reply at an early date. 

We remain, yours very truly, 

John McOnllough, Diou Boucleault, H. J. Mon- 
tague, 0. R. Thonie, 8r,. Barton Hill, Henry Ed- 
wards, Walter Leuian. T. C. Koene, Nelson Decker, 
John WUmou, John Torrence, Wm. A. Mestayer, 
Robert Pateuian, Robert Eberle, J. R, Paulin, J, 
Burnett, E. N. leaser, H. Coad, Charles Mestayer. 
J. Torrence, Jr., Murray Woods. R. M. Hooley, 
E F. Thome, James O'Ncil. W H. Crahe, John 
Jack, M- A. Kennedy, E. J. Buckley, J. O. Sof- 
ten, L. Belmore. H. M. Brown. N. Long, M. Wilkee, 
M*. Lee, D. O. Andersou, Charles Edmonds, Fred 
Franks, James Leroy, A. D. Billings, Richard 
Cox, Mons, Schmidt, Alfred Kclleher, Signor E. 
Bianchi, Signor Contini. Jake Wallace, Lew Ratt- 
ler, Hartley Campbell, Clay Green, George Chap- 
man, John Allen. Prof. G. T. Evans. Mrs. Judah. 
Mm 0. R S..imdcrs, Miss Bella Pateman, Mrs. 
O. R. Tborne, Mies Lou Johnson, Tillie Darling, 
Mamie Darling, Misn Emily Mestnyer, Miss Annie 
Firmin ..Miss Alice Hawthorne, Miss Katie May- 
bew, Miss Katie Firmin, Miss Emily E, Baker, 
Mfea C, Terry, Mrs. D. C. Anderson, Mrs. Sarah 
Stark, Mrs. Chas. Edmonds, Mrs. Fred Franks, 
Mies Bailie Hinckley, Mine. Marie Duret, Mdlle. 
Therese. Mass Susan Gal ton, Mrs. Julia Mellville, 
I*. lss Elizabeth Von Stanmitz; Signora E. Bianchi, 
Miss Caroline Chapman, M.S. George Chapman, 
Miss Annette luce, Chas. Schultz, Harry Widmer, 
Erank L. Benjamin, of the Alleganians, by the 
kind permission of D. G. Waldron, W. T. Porter, 
M. Strauss, M, Merry, T. Maguire, Jr. J. F. Zim 
merman, Sheridan Corbyn. C. Rogers, Mrs. Sophie 
Edwin, Miss Jennie Lee, Miss Carrie Wyatt, Miss 
Bella Chapman. 

Sajj Francisco. June 25th, 1875 

To My Brother akd Smtkr Artists — Iiadibs 
and Gtntlj.mf.n : In accepting your very kind 
and flattering offer of a benefit, allow me to return 
my sincere thanks, and with your permission will 
name the evening of Sunday, July 4th, at Maguire's 
New Theatre, as the time and place to a avail my 
self of your kindness. Again thanking you for the 
good opinion expressed. I subscribe myself, yours 
faithfully. Frank Rsa. 

Palmer Bros. r *• -^ f y — ^ w . 
MMBMfta^MtilB 



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OPERA HOUSE. 

BUBH STREET BotwecD Montgomery »»<i Kw 

l™$ ,Ji ?«?,t™ m :;::::;::::::::::::::::::::.:::::;:::::;:::::: b ".™KS 

JOHN JACK* r.'.'.'.'.'.'.V.'. '.'.'.'.".'.•.'.... . . . Staoe Dnsm 

9 




UST WEEK AKD 24tln TO Slid PEBFORMANC'E OF 



V&T1 




Adapted and Localised expressly for this Theatre by BArVFi.E7 CAMPBELL, Esq. 

ILL OP IKE NEW FEATURES 1 INTERIOR OF THE STOCK HOARD ! 

THE SltktE MINING COMPANY I NEW SCENES! NEW FACES! 

DURING THE WEEK AND AT THE 8ATURDAY MATINEE. 

LOOK AT THE CAST l 

GEORGE PITTMAN a Good Fellow generally JAS. O'NEILL 

PRUF. LEXINGTON a Scientist W. H. CRANE 

MR. GRAYSON a Banker JOHN JACK 

DB H ASS an Exquisite M. A. KENNEDY 

DR. BRUNOT without Patients or Patience E. J. BUCKLEY 

GOODMAN a Bookseller dabbling in Stocks MR. BELMORE 

PLACER PIKE President of the Sucker Mining Co., Ex-Prof, of Geology, Ex-Judge of 

Q, S. and a Rounder generally MR. SEFTON 

HARD-PAN SAM alias SAMUEL BOLIVAR, Esq., who has seen better days N LONG 

AUGUSTUS a Tiger, and therefore neither a Bull or Boar J. Q. SEETON 

LANGDON a Relic of the Past ,, v. H. M. BROWN 

BERNARD a Man of Figures J. W. WILKES 

PORTER D. J. LEES 

MRS. LEXINGTON a Better Half MISS EMILY MESTAYER 

MRS. BALDER MISS ADELAIDE MERRY 

MRS. GRAYSON a Second Wife who dwells on Parnassus MISS EMILY K. BAKER 

MISS VIRGINIA GRAYSON a Girl of the Period MISS ANNIE FIRMIN 

MISS FANNY LEXINGTON the Sweetest Girl in the World MISS KATIE MAYHEW 

GLIB a Modern Help MISS KATIE FIRMIN 

AGNES a Slave of Fashion MISS TERRY 

ACT I.— Brara* vh. Stock- ! 

ACT a.— Among tixe B»>Ils and Rears ! Inferior of Stock Exchangel 
ACT 111.- California Street 1 

ACT l> . -Stock* Down I 

THE ORCHESTRA, under the direction of HENRY J. WIDMER, will perform the following 
SELECTIONS: 

1— Overture Finale from **Marl« Stuart" Donizetti 

'.'--Ballad "My Poor Heart if »ad with It* Dreaming" Brfchaiu 

3— Cuckoo Polka Herzog 

4- Concert Waltz **Hortenxia" Lange 



The Totutg Man from the East. 
" Im a stranger in thia city, 
Tra lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysteiB; 
Where can I eet a feast ? 
I've been to all the restauranta. 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," Bald hiB frieadj 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PLNE STREET^ 
At 419. opposite the Market, 
You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK., 
• You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps tbe place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooina; 

Where you can sit at ease, 

And eat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if you please. 

All the young men of fashion go 

Right to tbe SADDLE ROCK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenish bock." 

A Word to the Wise, etc. 

It is generally known, but there ia not tho proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. VanderBlte* 
A Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearay 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Surer- 
ware, of thai r own manufacture, that can he found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are eqoa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of ihe 
above-named firm. 



"BIESEN KELLER" 

IMMENSE SUCCESS. 



10,000 People I 

Hare Visited this MasaJfleent Symposlam, 
-and pronounced it tbe 

FINEST IN THE WORLD ! 

Grand Concert 

Every Ev ening 1 

COP. THIRD AND MARKET STS. 

TJnder Bluoleus Bouse. 

P. J. ZINC8EM. 







PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE 

VIKCrMA CTTT, NEVADA* 

JOHN PEPER PRorararoR 

This Elegant Theatre can be Rented l>y 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companion 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
. Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. II. McC ARE, 
ie.2S-tf 333 Bush street. San Frsjnasoo. 



THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN THE FIELD. 

Drinlis, lOc. 

211 STEVENSON STREET, 

Nest Street to Market Neai Third 

jelMm J. D. BKIGGS, manager. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And All kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. r. STERETT, 

532 CtAY STREET. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

MOKmiHTO. 

p Jtt« IHctit, Mock, or Month, fro 

Not. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or b, 
letrer to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B. — I haTe no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb2^a 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AN JO»E, OAJ.A. 

This Beaatlfml nnd ITewly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by tbe Night, Week, or Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
jaM-tf O. EROHASKA, Proprietor. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

SO. U POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

Bah Fpanoisoo, 

Guarantee Capital -$17<M)00 

Moncj tTct'oi ved on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-a nn ually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank i; 
tiflcatea of deposit payable tn New York. Philadel- 
phia, Boston and principal Atlantic citiea, and the 
Canadae; also. London, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities or Europe. TUB Bank solicit* 
the patronage of all Persons.^ 

WE H. CULVER, President. 
je23-Giri H. T. GRAVES, Secretary. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdressing Establishment, 

636 Washington strtet. 

below Kearny. PRICES RE-- 

DUCED: Baths, 26 cents. SbAv- 

iuK, 25 cents. Hair outtuuf. 26 

centa, Shampooing, 25 centa. 

Medicated Baths. te 3-tl JOHN GRIEF 



GEORGE MATES. 
Dealer In Oysters, Clams, and 

all kinds of. SHELL FISH, Stalls Noa. 
40, 41. 49. California Market, entrance 
on California street. 
Public or private parties and families ropprled 

Attni^Uy^Uii£Mn£ttliin&!. 






New York Casino, 



838 MARKET ST., 



Opposite Fourth. 



je!0-3ui 



W. HKZWZAKOWSIU. 



JO«3V HOFFJMCA-IVJN. 

LITEOGBAPHIC PRINTER, 

....Successor to.... 

<3-. DROUAIIjXjaT 

SW Kearny Street, cor. TTashlnBloli, 

Keeps constantly on hand ftlj kinds of 

lJQnor JLabelp, CIkot and Ciearette 
Papers. 

rjT All Job Work promptly done and satisfaction 
snarunte^d. apl-ti 



PURDY, VAN BRUNT&ROBBINS, 

OOMMIBSION 

STOCK BROiKKRS, 

405 California Street, 

Oponoite Bank ol California, San Franclxco, Cal. 

Money Loaned and Stocks Carried 
on Margins. 

Laj> ikm will find a room for tbeir use, containing 
a Stock Indicator, which will constantly telegraph 
Market quotations. apl5 im 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WB ABE NOW SEILI\<; THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, fox $1 25. Everythine cbeft 
at our 

New Store, 540 Market Street, . 
One door below Bibernia Bant. 
HTAB KH1RT DEPOT, 

■ 



The Old mint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 606 Comntervial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thebpn vivants for ita irood thingB, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, 8teaks and 
Chopu, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Mint" a trial. N. B. Ope* to 2:80 A. M. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-i> 



This Is Interesting to EYerylxidy, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Sebafer & Oo, long in the wholesale busBneafl 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
beet of custom-made clothing <hat ever wm im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who ar« 
hard to fit can be suited at Schaier 4 Co'f 7W 
Market street, and 11 and 18 Geary. 



Do Not Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunk>tie 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant reb* 
by applying at Br. B. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. w. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if paired. B t 

The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and alii 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully freseord and ia 
now a model of taste and eleganes. everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acta. x 



The Antelopo Oyster Bouse. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters ex-eel any other is 
market. Established in 1804. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B.— Ioe Cream, Strarwher- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. ■ 

California Institute for tbe (are «W 
Stammering 

And impediments in speech, supping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at C32 Market street, 

fposite the Palace Hotel— under tbe charge of Dr. *. 
A. Moses of VirgiDia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a Htam- 
merer for 43 years. Tbe patient must bo present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed hi all carat . 

Bate which are Bats 1 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of (rood 
material and strongly made, go to "Toe" Bat 
Store, 047 Washington street, below Kearay, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest. and beat assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N; B-— No shoddy hate at 
' 'The" Hat Store. . * 

BurkhardVs 640 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for jS; bos toed 
gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys' boots made to order for ft; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all at 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street u 

Terrlll and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush a.rui 
Kearny streete, entrance on Bush strevt. The bent 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windows. Booms for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. ; Pocket tables for Po»l par- 
ties. Beet of cigars and liquors, ra 



Don't Help Pay Other Peopled Dents, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store at 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save fully 25 per cent, by buyingof them. Tbeur 
motto is : "Buy for cash, and sell for caBh," there- 
fore they have no had debts to make ap out *f ex- 
tra profits. i> 
» ■ - 

LanfiLing Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 206 Third street, makes a 
speciajtyof extracting teeth withaut paia by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve yeare expe- 
rience in its use can warrant snecess with entire 
safety in the moat difficult cases. 



Clara Antorda, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 184$ Post street, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment ol 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. V-9 

Bay State Oyr>ter and Chop House, « 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in tbe latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 
Give us a trial. 

A JUafrailicent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
vanas, and tor a hot lunch day and night, go te 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Chamberlin. 
H ardy street, off •Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter. 

If Y«,U 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tiottetfi for ft, 

PhotoKranhlc. 

Edouart & Cobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oj 
or Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bb 

Fine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at fi. A. 
Calender's, corner of Second and Mission.. A 
one assortment of chains. Jewelry, etc. Call and 
examine. &~J 

Palmer BroeZ 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove f*r fp 3* 



tftaWHaftflat, 



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VOL. XXI. 



MAG-IRE'S NEW THEATRE. MAGUIEFS 1TEW THEATER BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 



Sunday Evening, July A'h. 
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

MR. FRANK REA.j 

100 Professional Friends 



a. irv 



nu. «. 



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NOLIreiH, 



:i OPKIU 



TECBATRI). 



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mi r»A»« : 









■amaV* MR a 



PROOHA. 



onaas. 

Orrhr.tra 
.NS BENJAMIN 



Grand English Opera Comp 

.11 J lbs 

Mr. Wm. Castle. Y.r. Joseph Mass, Mr. William Carleton, 

Mr. Pierre Bernard, Mr. Henry Pe^ltes, Mr. C. F. Ha I, 

Mr. Ceorge A. Conly. M-. Edward Seguln, 

Mme. C. R. Bernard, Miss Annie Beaumont, Mme. Julie Rosewald. 
Mrs. Zelda Seguin, Mme. Redente, Miss Lizzie Annandale. 

1W|.. '111! : 

Monday Evening, aruiiy 3, 187S 



HI.. tSMI 111 II MONT, 

■ r. WILLI 111 I A-ll I . 



K OF 

Mme. .11 I II. BO-I W kl 1>, 
Mr. UI.Mtv .-.'.IKE*. 



Miu Lizzii: »\iMiiir. 

Mr. KDWAKD ■.ll.ll>. 



In AMimOSF TH'iM IS' Cliirtninr and Kminently Sueeeasful Opera, 



ND TIlUK DARLING 
t MBHIAVKK 

JUL A. C 33 JS "3P 3HE 

Lady tltrh, *lr». Trrnut hbt-rk Bower* 
4.rnii. «..i.i hi Ml*-* Kulj IVU 

rt»'.ir(ji| II. 1 o.iil 



VII.INA 





LJTTL1 I:t»NWir nT.l .BOSH JBNNIK LKE 

WESTWARD 110 \1 ORltUHW, FOTM nv....W. M. LKVAX 

SILV! UKLLTK DEAYES 

JAKE WALLACE 

DRAKES ADDRESH TO TUB AMERICAN FLAG.... 

T. W. KKENK 



To Comlu 1* with (he Nautical Dram* ot 

Black-Eyed Susan 



WUIU> 



OR. AIL IN THE DOWNS ! 

T. W. Kerne 

It. Cos 

Cnalhmln Frank f4eaTM 

Jacob Twig J. Torrence, Jr 

HaK-k. I A. Urilhum 

■taktr W. Brm. n 

Caul. l:ron..lree Chaa. Mi-.tinir 

Lieutenant Pike J. Wilson 

Qntii John Srattu 

Srawcert T. Prencott 

Blue I'l-ler Mis. Viola 

Admiral ..Frank Ki a 

.uuii Mint Salli, Ulu.kl. 1 

DoLllr najBonrr Mlaa Imoiieac Fbeillu 



MIHH BKADMONT 

MM I. ROSKWAID 
..MISS ANNANDAI.K 

MB PEAKES 

mi; ll 

mi: 

Ml: BOWABD 

Mi: i 



MIGHMOKT." 



TTTSBDA.'V- 3a-Vj3!Xrij>arC3r. iTCrijTr 6 

(WITII THE 8A4IE POWERFUL CAST.) 

Wednosday jHix^exxlns, J"-u.ly "7tl3L. 



Mme. C. II. BLK\ IE», 



Mr. WILLIAM CAEI.ETON. 



FIRST AFPEARANOE OF 
■ n. ZELDA SEIUHN, 



Mr. <.i:oi;i.i: a. conlt. 



Mr, JOSEPH 11 .IAS, 



In VERDI'S Beautiful Opera, 




13L TE#¥4T# 



LEONORA MME. C. R. BERNARD 

MRS. ZELDA SEQUIN 

I'olINT HI LUNA : MR. OAKLK'PIN 

.IK) GEO. A. CONLY 

MR. NICHOLS 

IN?:Z MISS ISAQ80S 

MANRICO MR. MAAS 



THURSDAY EVENING, WALLACE'S Opera, 



Flrnt Appearance of the CJinrmlBK Young Prima Donna, MLLE, REDENTI. 



SCALE OF PRICES. 

Reserved Seat**, accordlne to locution $1.00, $1.50 anil #'?.00. 

43~The sale of Seats commences oa MONDAY morning, June 28th, at it o'clock, at SHERMAN & 
HYDE'S Music Store, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 



CHARLEY KIMIC ! 

VIItfNIE WELCH. 



Mi88 LYDIA LIVINGSTON 

SATURDAY A ND SUNDAY EVENINGS 

The I iL-nc* with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG ANO FUR 

Bt4nj thoOnly Pl*oo to mdng 

JF^ovir JE.ijica. 2VE©rx. 

Finiahitir Willi the VAltll.TV WALK AROUND 



INTaWTjTJDI 



LESSONS ON THE BANJO ! 

Juunny Prlcft And Flanr Senate 

I'M ONE OF Tlir BOVS . .K)T,.-iiiill. 1IMVIE Vtltr 
DOUELE SONG and DANCE. SWAIN and WEST 
ll.-iiilu Sola Ilarrv Hrnata 

on: NH'OOEMiis unit i.iiisi.mo\ 



DUTCH XSLIjVIIO. SONGS 



Sont and Dunce.. 
Bulliul 



Si. Lena 
bade las 



X Want to be a Doctor 



Murt-iuiore. . 



.......Swain.. 



.And.. 



.Price 



so»i« iiiiiiiin; timmi: weiih 

Favorite Ballad Masele St. Clair 

Bal lad I: eortte Foaler 

111.111 IM> FIIVI. unit 1 IIVM.-IOS 

Sona Hall le l.a t'orrrst 

DOIBLE CLOCi SWAJ.V AND I'KIU 



FoatiT.. 



. Auil Nickersout 



Sentimental Ballad C. Nlckei-Mon 

Irish LUt St. Leon 

Kiiiiad liailr Zoe 

Comic Ditty... HaKBlv St. Clal- 

Overture Orcheatra 

OLD BIMBlUEBACk. 

Rrmble.hack Dutch Phot-maiici- C. Rim le 

Mm Eiiiibleb^k Mollie LaFoiroet 

r.tst of characters by the compaoy. 

TRICES OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 35 cents I Boxes f2 50 and #3 00 

Green Room 50 cents extra 



2_i, -WIIjBXMT, 

DENTIST, 

HAS REMOVED III!) OFFICE 

id Laboratory Iron. So. S Kearny St 
to 703 Markctstie«t,over Wtdbur'sdrug 
dell-lm 



A Great 
Variety of 



HAM 




m&t c & 



In Great 
Variety. 



At the I X ft AUCTION HOUSE, Nos. 616, 618 and 620 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CANDIES, 

All Kinds or the Finest Candy Mad* 

at our Steam Candy Factory dally. All orderB, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited and Rill b« 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wagner. 

aula 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



WII.80N'8 

PALACE AMPHITHEATRE. 

Cor. New Montgomery and MltMton Streets. 

Grand Holiday Attraction. 

THREE PERFORMANCES. ' 

SUNDAY and MONDAY ETENIN08, 

AND MONDAY AFTERNOON. 

Iinra 'Ii.i.ly after the Procession, the Greatest Combination 
ot Native Taleut ever concentrated in one entertainment. 



capt. c e. s. Mcdonald's 

NATIVE COLUMBIANS ! 

MALE AND FEMALE. 

The Only Traine'd Indians! 

la tliu World will appear in their Master Display of the 

•A.HT OF" >*. HL 3V£ S ! 

Including Facing, Wheeling and Firing by Company. 

The Manual of Arms 
BAYONET FENCING, 

Tngothcr with tbtlr 

Marvelous Acrobatic Feats. 



In a ircl|.»oI<jctcd programme of 

Songs, Choruses, Witticisms, Dances 



industrial School Silver Cornet Band. 

Twenty in Number, under the direction ol Prof. H. MAIDEN 

v/UI porform tetcotlons from the Oroat Componcrs, 

And NATIONAL AIRS appropriate 

to the oceoaion. 

CAPT. 0. B. a MnDONALD ehallengea an equal number 

<* an of a»r nation to eompcte with the HAT1TE OOLUM- 

m AN3 In their Mannal of Arm,. 



(KU Circle.... 

raraaMi... 

rrlr.leBoic. 

•mix S»« 



MATINKE PBICBfa, 



Si 



«ti to 
— eenU 
Dollan 



M* Kxtra Cfaurace for M« 



PLATT'S HALL. 

MINSTRELS! JHNSTRELSJ 

Grand Fourth of July Matinee 



San Francisco Minstrels 

MONDAY, JULY 5th, 1875. 



PROGRAMME. 



Introductory Overture .1 Oomta-NY 

Dublin Bay H Rkynoi.us 

Don't Get Weary .WILLIAM WATERS 

Softly O'er the Rippling Waters Frame Lacy 

McSwatligan'8 Pany J, Murphy 

Belie Brandon William Thomas 

Orand Patriotic Finale By the Entire Company 

. r^ , 



INTERLUDE PROGRAMME. 



Overture Orchestra. 



MURPHY and MACK in their Original 

MORNING GLORIES 

To be followed by the funny Act, of 

BIG and LITTLE BONANZA 

Thomas Lacy And Company 



TEUTONIC SCINTILLATIONS WM. WATEKS 



ill II I'll Y and HACK In tlnir Great Xnerliillj , 

TliOUBLES IN AMERICA ! 



JMi J. FI.YNERTY 



The whole to Cum-luck- with the sidc-splUtiiig 
Ethiopian Far(;e of 

An Electric Shock ! 



Doctor Pnrtw 

Pete Who vraiiU to be one 

Lucy Suow'a Daughtur 

Harry....fnlo»ewit5 Luoj 

First Body Snatcher 

Second Body Snatcher 



. . Frank Lacy 

William Thomas 

J. Mack 

William Waters 

George .Suowdoii 

Billy Bryant 



Door* open at 1| o'clock. Performance to com- 
mrnre at -i\, or after tin; Proeeneloa has piwil. 



AD-.HH10 V '. . . .F1FFY CENTS 

Children. Twenty-Five Cents. 



Th*- 
Kohler, 



Piaao a 
r, ChaM 



tbi* occasion U from the waraiooiaa of 

k Cq , agiuiU for too oaUbratod Dtgkex Piaaa*- 



MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE. 

Cush Street, between Montgomery and Kearny. 

Managers , Hocking & Petbrb 

Stage Manager .Ouas, Niokbrson 

Musical Director A. Kiud, Jr. 

99th *iiiiivEnsAwr~ 
Of American Independence 



GRAND MINSTREL COMBiNftTHJN. 



Monday, July 5, '75 

AFTERNOON AND EVENING. 

MATINEEAT SI O'CLOCK 



TWENTY-TWO STAR ARTISTS 

THE BEST COMEDIANS ! BONO AND DANCE MEN ! 
AND VOCALISTS IN THE I J TV ! 



MAMMOTH PROaHAMME-PAST I. 

Overture Instrumental 

Will Come to Meet Me J. Srina 

Polly Lore Chaklhv Nicksrson 

Let the Dead and Beautiful Ra.t H. VOBTSB 

Cruel Mary Holder JAKE Waalaok 

CltAND FINALE COMPANY 



Hew Olympic Variety 

T 3t3C ES A.TRB. 
Southeast Corner Third and Mission Streets. 

J. HARRINGTON .^...Piiopribtor 

Ned Barry 

IaiDORE FRANK 



GREAT HIT OF 

CHARLEY HARRIS 

ANT) 

SATimrlaY^i^Ars^oTSDA^EVENINGS 

Grand First Part & Variety Walk-Around 



Dixoa . ......_.. L . ,. . Evans . , . ... ._. . . ^ Aad_.^ .^^.^^^0 *1X011 

Overture •■■■■ •■i?**? 

I' ( .,)l,il • Ella Build 

Irit.li Ji'ir - Eliza llarrlnsrton , 

Clrtfr lollIIIlV (iHlli 

ballad:;:; loulhe mowers 



SHE SET 

Hughey Robinaon 



ME DRINKINC 

And May Harrington 



PART II. 

DUTCH SPECIALTIES, - - KIMIC 

BANJO SOLO...- JAKE WALLACE 

SWAIN and WEST IN TUEIK SONGS and Da NCES 



FRANK MORTtVMORE 
Tax lMod^-rio Changes of the Pay 



BKOTHJiE NICKERSON WILL 8ING ! 

DODBkC SONIi AND DANCE 

WILLIAMS AND CUBISTV 



DOMESTIC TROUBLES ! ! 

Bad Boy Charloy Nickeraon 

l rood Roy Jake Wailauo 



>K\ATE AND PKICE 



The wholo to conclude with the Laughable Teutonic Farce 
entitled THE 

SHOEMAKER'S DEBTS ! 



OLD ItlMBLF.BAI'K.. 

Mr*. BlmDIrbock 

Pretty Milliner 

unar*M....Taa Batcher 



.KIMIC 
...Dm. Mary tlorllmore 

Mia> 8t. L.on 

Fraak Morttmor. 



Laadlord.. 



The Uiual Prices 1 Box Sheet Vow Open ! 



Ballad 

limn- Solo. . 



..May Hnrrlaaton 
Ion l»l\oa 



LITTLE FRAUD. 



.And Lotta Grey 



Charley Harris < 

Overture ■ Orrhestra 

Scotch Beel F * Bn Jf.. u 1? k I^ 

B0U a Ella Hndd 

Bui ht Dance May Harrington 

BEBIO-COHIC VHAHGE8 LOTTA I.KAY 

Ballad LouIm- .sunaer. 

DiTt'll >O.M. AJdD D1S4K CHABLE1 HAKKK 

Hong Cha rl es ETaau 

HELP WANTE D. 

Cart-roll Barry , Aod DUon 

overture 

Sons - 

M,i. i: and Dance... 

III. DODt.EK... 



DrcbetUrs 

Hi.. Uudd 

.Mall * arr»ll 

11H.11I1 BOKIAMHV 

Lon DLxoa Ind ' inyCool- 



Overture 

VOfALlfiMS 

Fancy Danee 

BALLAD 

Mong and Dance., 
Song.. 



. orchestra 

LOir.l t-BAY 

Fiini Ho«her 

...LOI'lr**: MfWKIS 

Johnny t'*«k 

.May Harrington. 



To conclude with 



B.4S.13 



Mikn McKii 
Mary Aim.. 
Folioenuui.. 



, .Hagbftf Di)«m w 
Matt Cunll 



"2-A3FI.O 



.N OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Pohlished ETery Day In the Tear, by 
V- 3=». BOOARDTTSv 

532 MERCHANT STREET. 

IWow Montgomery »»" Francisco 



SATURDAY JULY 



Amusements, Etc. 

Grand English Ofeba Company.— 

Tirst the herald (Mr. Fred Zimmerman), to pre- 
j»ro the way and sound thepralwsof those to conic, 
then the goneral in advance (Mr. C. D. Hens!, to re- 
connoitre the field of action, and now to-day the 
Mnjn body of the army. officers and baggage. That 
is. tl^ members of the Engliidi Opera arrive (Lis 
evening: from Salt Lake, where they have ten play- 
hie to bnaintriw that left the Batata and Gentllet 
many thousand dollars like their spirits— the 
lighter. Thev open here at Magulre New Theatre 
on Monday evening in "Mignon," AmbroiseTbonW 
maaterpleca. The story is of one Mignon who being 
stolen when a child from her parents by gypsies, is 
■Ubjeeted by them to much cruelty, 
notiir; dies of grief and her father Lothario almost 
deprived Of reason wanderw about the country as a 
mtrurtre)' in search of his child, From the gypsies 
Mignon is bought by WiLhelni. a student, for 
whom Mignon COIMMlVtf a wild affection WU- 
ttelm h>. houuver, jiwt a* wildly attached to Filina 
an MtHflB. Flltna takes part in u performance 
given hi a castle at which Wilhelm Is a guest and 
Mignon maddened by hie attentions to lier rival, 
would khiowbamll into the lake, when she is ar- 
rested by a minstrel, who is, unknown to both, her 
father Mignon confide* her grief to him and the 
nfmitrel in Eli half crazed Btate Hrea the castle to 
which, however, Mignon had returned. It ib Wil- 
heJjn mIi" .-» tors her from the horning. Lothario 
takes Itoth t > his borne and finds that Mignon is the 
lost daughter, while Wnhelm discovers her love for 
him. "Mignon" i ill be played Monday and Tues- 
day and will lit- the vehicle for the debuts of Misfl 
Beaumont, Mr. Castle, Mr. Peakes, Miss Annan- 
dale and Mine. Kosewald, On Wednesday " 11 
Trovatore" will be the medium for the first appear- 
ances of Mine. O. K. Bernard, Mrs. Zelda Segnin 
Mr. Joseph Maas, Mr. 'William Carleton and Mr. 
George A . Conly. Altogether the season promises 
to be both a brilliant and successful one. 

Opera House. — To-night sees the fourth 

and last week of "Ultimo." Its success has been 
something extraordinary, the houses during these 
lour weeks having been good ones, crowded ones, al- 
most without a break. Much, very much of this 
KoectFfc is due to the acting of Mr. W. H. Crane 
who. as an eocentric comedian, has^ now a reputa- 
tion in s'an Francisco which is of the brightest. 
Mot to Mr. Crane should come Mr. M. A_ Ken- 
nedy an De Hubs, the inane exquisite, oud after 
In m the rest of the characters pretty much as they 
are found on the bill. To-morrow, the company 
leave us for a time, the management having come 
to the wise conclusion that viie triple attractions of 
"Thu Shaughraun," Daly's and the English Opera. 
will be EUtJicieat to try the patience, pockets and 
liatronage of n town of this size. The company pro- 
ceed first to Virginia city where they open on 
Monday in "Ultimo," playing there possibly four 
weeks, and certainly two. Carson City and Sacra- 
mento, will also be visited. The repertoire con- 
sist of " Ultimo," "Extremes," "Checkmate." 
"Jenny Liud" and "The Two Orphans," They will 
not return here until the departure of the English 
Opera Troupo, when Hoi .ley's Comedy Company 
'■•'" New 



■will open their Second season at Maguire's 
Theatre. 

California Theatre.— Taken as a whole 
the performance of "The Romance of a Poor Young 
Man" is one of which star and stock company may 
well be proud. Mr. Montague has established his 
reputation here, even in this brief time, as a culti- 
vated exponent of the quiet and natural school of 
acting, which many, otherwise excellent, gentlemen 
of the stage think weak and unimpressive. Seldom 
basso unhealthy a in i stake been so pleasantly rec- 
tified as through Mr. Moutague's personation of 
Manuel during the past week. Asto the general 
performance— that is. the performance of the stock 
company— it has been the universally conceded opin- 
ion that every part was played in srjch a manner as 
to Strengthen the opinion that for care and intelli- 
gence the company has few rivals in America. 

On Monday evening Mr. Dion Boucicaults latest 
success, "The Shaughraun, will he produced here 
with a cast embracing the strength of the company, 
«ine or ten Bets of entirely new scenery, and with 
unusual care as to the general setting. From the 
advertisements which h&ve been published in 06- 
tnuK>. an idea may be formed of thestrength of the 
cast, and our word must be taken for it that the 
piece will he presented with unusual scenic effect. 
There are three characters, however," which claim 
attention, thtse of the Shaughraun played by Mr. 
Boucicault, Captain Molineux played, u originally, 
by Mr. Montague, and Bridget Madigan by Mrs. 
John Sefton. who makes her first appearance at this 
theatre, on Monday next. 

Frank Bea'm Benefit— Take3 place at 

Maguire'sNew Theatre to-morrow (Sunday) even- 
ing and the only pity is that it will not be held in a 
theatre sufficiently large to accommodate all his 
friends who will wish to come. The first part is an 
tdio ol particularly good and varied quality and the 
main piece of the evening is "Black Eyed Susan" 
with T. W. Keene as 'William and Miss Sallie 
Hinckley aa Susan. John McCullough. H. J. Mon- 
tague, T. W. Kcene, W. A. Mentayer and Walter 
Lemon, have volunteered recitations, and a host of 
tilent will 



Tim Alltxhanians— Had a much better 
bcrnse last night. They give two performance* to- 
day, matinee and evening, which should be well at- 
tended. 

Opkra Hoi'kk— Fourth of July.— 

Another venture for supplying amusement to the 
thousand and oue visitors to this city on Monday, 
a full Variety Company have leased the Opera 
House for that day, and wilL give two full perform- 
ances at this place; iu the afternoon as soon as the 
procession has passed, and in the evening at eight 
For further particulars, see programme. 

Platt's Hall— The (rLORioua Fourth. 

A — A grand Fourth of July matinee will he given at 
"Platfa Hall on Monday afternoon, by the well- 
known Kan Francisco minstrels. The programme 
IscalciihiUd to mi! all. fun being the prevailing 
element. The show will commence as SOOB as the 
procession has passed, the doors being open at half- 
past one- For further particulars see programme. 

Buckley's New Variety Theatre.— 

Realties the usual excellent olio, there are four cap- 
ital acts for to-nifht and to-morrow, with the char- 
acters by tho chief members of the company. 

Saw Olympic Variety Theatre.— 

Charley Harris and Lotta Gray have made a great 
bit in their specialties, Ned Barry's songs, are all 
well received, and the programme throughout is 
caiutaL 

Palace Variety Theatre. — Sam 

Raylis, Alii Barbee, Geo. C. Thompson, Henry 
Stewart, Harry Devoy, Harry Howard and Matt 
Kelly, with other talent manage to give an enter- 
tainment which nobody conld find fault with. 

Wilson's Palace Amphitheatre— Has 

also an attraction f the Fourth of July. Capt 
McDonald's train... Indians, assisted by the In- 
dustrial School band, and the Pioneer Minstrels 
will give- three entertainments here, on Sunday and 
Vouday eveniagB and Monday afternoon, imme- 
€b..tely after the procession. 

TheCltff Hoi -v.— Captain Foster, the 

jft'^'d host of the Clin: House, entertains visitors 
from all parts of the Globe at bis famous sea-side 
resort. Toe Cliff House is the one thing San 
Francisco has to boast of as different from any 
;ie world. O mnibus es nm tiexy day 
> MouqIAd railroad, 



Daly'k Fivth Avenue Theatre Oom- 

PASY.— Thia celebrated organization will open at 

Piatt's Ball en Monday the Bth. The hall has 

I decorated until one wouldnarvily 

the place. A very pre: 1 : 
made and the seats are to he gradually mueu tram 
| ..,r nw 
The first week wW be taken op with "London as- 
"Old Heads and TOlUUg 
Hearm" and "Frou Frou " The box sheet wdl be 
opened al Bherman a Hyde's on Wedn e tday. 

Inkantilr Opera Boofee. Tb 

The last matinee of this remarkaldii opcia troupe 
will be ghren at Piatt's Hall this afternoon, "Kob- 
.,, i -,,■■,.,■" being tbe bUI. Tn the evening Seno- 
rila Cannon Unda y Moron, the little prioia donna 
of eight years, will like her benefit, when the oper- 
etta, in twt. act- entitled "Marina, "will be pri 
This opera, which is entirely new to San Francisco. 
ir, the joint work of Dona Francisoo Oamprodon and 
EinelioArrietA, and is as the name would lead one 
to infer, a sea story set to niuslc aud verse. On 
Eaoday evening, the ladt performance will be given 
when Senorita Soledad Dnda y Moron, aged fifteen 
vi mi wiD take her benefit "La Grande Duchesse 
belDgUp for that night. This young lady is pofi- 
fi-^td nj a parucularly irood natural voice and if it 
Is properly trained we shall etpect to hear more of 
the Mexican prima donna. 

Woodward's Gardens— Ftre Works,— 

Two beautiful Albino Children, Sig. Laviti the 
Italian Fire Fung, in bis astonishing JUj>cu In/cr- 
nalt, Mile. Grade and Mons. Leo in their lightning 
trapeze, the Gymnastic Troupe and Orchestral Con- 
cert on Saturday and Sunday, andon Monday when 
there will also be a moat extensive and brilliant dis- 
play of Fire Works at 8:30, and performance, con- 
cert and skating till 12 M. 

Cm (-Jardkns.— Will open on Sunday 

under new management. Instrumental concert, 
fireworkfi and other attractions on Monday. 

Eeisen Keller. — This mammoth sym- 
posium, corner of Third aid Market streets, under 
the Nucleus House, gives a grand instrumental con- 
cert every evening. The epacious EJesen Keller com- 
bines billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
olnb roWs*, concert hall and beer hall, all in ono. 



NOTES. 

Daly's Companv have done well ip Chicago, where 
'•The Big Bonanza" drew $1,000 at McVicker'a on 
the opening night. Miss Fanny Davenport and 
Mr. James Lewis took the place by storm. 

Mr. Connolly, who was for some time connected 
with the 6an Francisco Press, has written a version 
of "Around the World in Eighty Days," which 
has been produced at Sinn's Brooklyn Park Thea- 
tre with fair success. 

After Miss Rose Eytinge has played 
" Rose Michel " at the Union Square 
Theatre, ehe will most probably come on 
here and produce it at the California Theatre. At 
all events it is said that Mr. John McCullough has 
given Mr. Sheridan Shook his assurance that it 
shall not be produced bore until Miss Eytinge is 
ready to come on and play it. 

Mies Anna Dickinson who it seems »*■ to make her 
debut hero shortly, is bat thirty two yearn old. 8bo 
has been speaking in public ever since 1859 so that 
she at ail events will not suffer from stage nervoua- 



EASTEEN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

NRW YORK. 

[In place of our u-.uaJ and welcome New York 

letter, the following epiatle came to hand yesterday, 

undated and unplaced, but bearing thepost mark of 

Roxbury :— 

My Dkah Figaro: Sunshine instead of the 
footlights, singing birds' in place of orchestral 
tunings-up, real trees instead of painted wood fiats, 
green fields for the green cloth, mosquitoes for the 
dies, the tender cow bell for that of the prompter* 
the only acts that one has to be ready for those of 
breakfast and dinner, more aud brighter stars mak- 
ing their appearance every night than ever have 
been since New York theatres were built, a neat 
garden plot in front O. taking the plaoeof a trouble- 
some scene plot, delightful properties R. and L. 
and the dearest little woman that ever lived just 
coming on through a practicable gate R. 2. E— And 
shall I then descend to things theatrical, to unreal- 
ties, to eha*n«, to dramatic events and tell yon what 
I know is going on in New York— which is nothing 
at all ! ? God forbid 1 Languish then for a time and 
Bee how you can get along without (Ha ! Ha !) 

The Prompter, 
Here is scurvy treatment. But let the poor devil 
enjoy himself for a while. This week at all events 
l"ii aim's readers must be content with clips.] 

One night receutly, Rose Massey appeared unex- 
pectedly in "The Two Orphans," at the Union 
tiquare Theatre, owing to Miss Hlanchard's illness. 
&he acted the part of Henriette with admirable art, 
and looked as lovely as possible. No wonder that 
the beloved Montague was so carefui of his "Rosie- 
Posie," and no wonder they made up. If Miss 
Massey had been brought forward earlier in the sea- 
son, the Union Square, crowded as it was, could 
not have contained the people who had read those 
letters. But, quite apart from the glamour of Buch a 
sensational episode, Miss Massey is a charming act- 
ress, and New York yearns for her. 

Mme. Titiens brings her daughter with her. This 
is, we presume, theyoung lady whom Signor Vizzani 
(of the Lucca troupe) was to have married. The 
iiickle tenor changed his mind, and ran off to Paris 
at the last moment, heedhss of the wrath of the 
goddess Titiens, the anger of Mapleson. the tears of 
'o ji'inr^e, and the accomplished fact of the trous- 
seau. But Miss Titiens lost very little, according to 
the American opinion. 

Barry Sullivan, who is coming over this fall, was 
at least fifty years old when be visited this country 
fifteen years ago. Barry, it is said, was very un- 
popular with bis fellows, and generally contrived to 
insult them so that they refused to act with him 
throughout the entire week. He was a dieadfulguy 
then in bis white or yellow suits, red necktie, and 
green-banded hats, but he is said to have improved 
with age. He was a young thing then, you know. 

Mr. Fred Marsden, has written for Mr. Frederie 
Robinson, o new and original four-actdrama entitled 
"At Bay; or, Called to Account." Thisplayhas 
been copyrighted, and will constitute a feature of 
Mr. Robinson's coming stellar repertoire. 

Miss Annie Louise Cary sails for Europe, on July 
24th. 

Mrs. Catherine Sinclair, formerly Mrs. Edwin 
Forrest, and divorced from the deceased actor 
about twenty years ago, has settled with his excu- 
tors on the basis of $95,000; $75,000 being in mort- 
gage and $20,000 in cash. Releases of dower were 
executed by her and recorded in each btate, 
where the testator held land. 

Clara Morris played in "Article 47," 21st, 22d and 
23d of June, at Conway's Theatre. Brooklyn. She 
sailed on the 28th. 

We are not exactly sure whether Daly 'a 
Fifth Avenue Theatre has closed or not. It 
was open on Saturday, June 27tb, when the "Big 
Bonanza" was produced for the 13tJtb time. It was 
then the only regular theatre open in New York. 
It Is very possible that it is still playing as the Cora- 

S.i nv does not commence traveling until August we 
elieve. 

The regular season at the Union Square Theatre 
closed on Friday evening with the 180th performance 
of the "Two Orphans;" in the presence of an enor- 
mous audiettce, which completely filled the auditor- 
ium. The ladies were presented with satin pro- 
grammes and bouquets, the house was elaborately 
decorated with flowers, and, altogether, it was a 
gala occasion. The theatre will reopen about the 
middle of August with John T. Raymond in "Col- 
onel Sellers." 

The English version of "Oirofle-Girofia" is still 
drawing at Robinson Hall, and promises to have a 
protracted run. The coalition of the company with 
some of the prettiest members of the Soldene 
troupe has been most advantageous. 

But Gilmore'*s Concert Gardens are the great at- 
traction now and their success promises to be more 
than ephemeral. New York needed some such 
bright and attractive place of resort as this. 
Elsewhere. 

Rose Wood and Lewis Morrison opened at Mon- 
treal, Canada, June 2L produciug their two new 
plays "A Bit o' Ash" and "The Lotos Flower." 

The left wing of Mr. Daly's company will open 
at the Arch, Philadelphia, September 6 in the "Big 
Bonanza." 

Charlotte Thompson and troupe, Elmira, N. Y., 
23d : William sport, Pa., 25th. 

Blind Tom played In Chicago, 16th, 17th. 18th and 
19th. 

J. L. Toole and troupe opened at St. John's, N. 
B., "let. for a short period. 

AH the theatres are closed in Cincinnati. 

Susan Denln and troupe, Kokomo, Indiana, 21st, 
L'ld ; ItidianapoliE, 23d, ^4th: thence Danville.il!. 
ChMopftiffa. 



0PEHA HOUSE. 

BTSH STP.F.KT Between Montgomery -and Kearor, 

THOMAS MAC.IHEE SOLI. PROPRIETOR 

U. M HOI 'LEV MAKAOEK 



JOHN JACK. 



.Staoe Director 



THE! X..AS.T NIGHT OP 



u 



W3LT 




1AST M16DT A*D TIUKrS-SECOJJB PEKFOKMANCE OF 



Adapted and Localized expressly for this Theatre hy BARTLEV CAMPBELL, Esq. 



ALL OF THE NEW FE ATI' RES! INTERIOR OF THE STOCK BOAIU> ! 

THE SUCKER MIMK« ( OIUPAJVJ ! NEW SCENES ! NEW FACES ! 

THis~E\n£r«Na^^ 

DURING THE WEEK AND AT THE SATURDAY MATINEE. 

LOOK AT THE CAST: 

GEORGE P1TTMAN a Good Eellow generally JAB. O'NEILL 

PROF. LEXINGTON. a Scientist W. H. CRANE 

MR. GRAYSON a Banker JOHN JACK 

DE HASS an Elouisite M. A. KENNEDY 

DR. BKUNOT without Patients or Patience E. J. BUCKLEY 

GOODMAN a Bookseller dabbling in Stocks MR. BELMORE 

PLACr-R PIKP. President of the Sucker Mining Co., Ex-Prof, of Geology, Ex-Judge of 

Q. S. and a Rounder generally MR. SEVTON 

HARD-PAN SAM aliaB SAMUEL BOLIVAR, Esq,, who has seen better days N LONK 

AUGUSTUS a Tiger, and therefore neither a Bull or Bear J. O. SEFTON 

LANGDON a Relic of the Past , H, M. BROWN 

BERNARD a Man of Figures J. W. WILKES 

POUTER , D. J. LEES 

MRS. LEXINGTON a Better Half MISS EMILY- MESTA YEP. 

MRS. BALDER MISS ADELAIDE MEEKY 

MRS. GRAYSON a Second Wife who dwells on Parnassus MISS EMILY E. BAKER 

MISS VIRGINIA GRAYSON a Girl of the Period , MISS ANNIE EIKM1N 

MISS FANNY LEXINGTON the Sweetest Girl in the World MISS KATIE MAYHEVV 

GLIB a Modern Help MISS KATIE FIRMIN 

AGNES a Slave of Fashion MISS TEEItY 

ACT I.— Brains vs. Slacks ! 

ACT II. -Among llie Bulls and Bears ! Interior of Stock Exchange! 
ACT III.-CaIirorn.ia Stre«t ! 

ACT IT.— Stocks Down ! 

THE ORCHESTRA, under the direction of HENRY J. WIDMER, will perform the following 
SELECTIONS: 

1— Overture. Finale from "Marie Stnart"..... Donizetti 

3— Ballad "My Poor Heart is Sad with its Dreaming" Brigham 

3— Cnckoo Folka , Berzog 

4— C oncert Waltz ''HortenzJa" L&nge 



JT* A. 3F&OX&OX3UL* 

Will Open To Day at IV 0.205 Kearny Street, 

WEST SIDE, BETWEEN SUTTER AND BUSH, Ono of the Largest and Finest Selections ol 

Pure Home-Mads Candies! 

Ever offered for ssle on the Pacific Coast. Also, jost received a large and choice variety of 
EASTERN CONFECTIONERY OF THE LATEST MAKE AN» STILES. 

Pure Home-Hade Candies Made Every Day. jy3~3m 



"RIESEN KELLER" 



IMMENSE SUCCESS. 

10,000 People r 

Have Visited this Magnificent Symposium, 
aud pronounced it tlie 

FINEST IN THE WORLD! 

Grand Concert 

Every ^vening ! 

COR. THIRD km MARKET STS. 

TTurier 3>1 ucleus House. 

P. J. ZINC8EM. 



Miss CRara Louise Kellogg'B Opera Troupe made 
$36,076,73 for fourteen performances at Chicago. 
This was an average of $2 577 for each representa- 
tion. Thomas' Concert Company only made £11,164 
during Us season, and Soldene $2,286,50, or §153 for 
each performance. Mesdamea I)e Mnrska, Phillips, 
and Urso, made decided failures of their endeav- 
ors to reap a golden harvest in the groat central 
metropolis. 

A trial of skill between two contortionists, TVm. 
Gaylord and a Japanese named Tomey, receutly oc- 
cured in St. Louis. The wager waa $1,000, and the 
decision was to be based upon "grace, skill and 
difficult work." Tomey atood on a high and un- 
stable pile of tubs, slowly bent backwards notil the 
top of his head touched the level of hie feet, and 
rose to an erect position without losing his balance. 
Gaylord bent his body back in a hoop until his feet 
were caught under his chin, and in that posture 
trotted around on his hands. The stake was 
awarded to Gaylord, though his feat is said to nave 
been the easier of the two. 

Charlotte Thompson is at her Newport villa for 
the Summer. 

Georgia is described, as being ""in raptures" over 
a new candidate for public honors— Madame Mur- 
reil, young, beautiful and very intelligent, and said 
to possess a voice of marvellous compass and 
sweetness. 

The Warm Spring Indians, under DoDald McKay, 
visited Staten Island on the 14th, and encamped on 
the beach at Tompkinsville. The news that the 
capturers of Captain Jack and hie Modoc friends 
were in the village spread rapidly, and a crowd soon 
gathered on the heights overlooking the sboifl. 
Alter gazing for an hour tho boys commenced to 
harass the Indiana by throwing stOLes, sod, and 
sand upon them. At first the Warm SpringerR. v/ho 
numbered less than ten, merely shook their fi^ta as 
a warning, but finding their assailants incorrigible a 
brave dressed In a high white hat and long overcoat. 
dashed frantically up the bank, grabbed a email 
loafer by the ear, held him against a fence for Ave 
minutes, meanwhile uttering Ids gutturul gibberish, 
and searching his person as if for a Bcalpirit; Icnife. 
For a few moments there was peace, when a young- 
ster, more forward than the rest, crept slyly up be- 
hind an Indian chief, standing majestically in hie 
blanket, and plucking a feather from bis bead ran 
away. The infuriated Indian at once followed the 
boy, and eeiztug a stone knoced him flat with tho 
missile, and recovered the feather. Then a squaw 
was hit with a sod, and while one of tueVavee dis- 
persed the crowd, the other caught a boy and was 
about to hite his nose off, when a policeman saved 
him. All the afternoon and evening the loafers 
hovered about the red men, calling them names. At 
last an old Indian was struck in the face with a 
stone from some unknown hand, and Dry Oreek 
Charley, Warnie, and Cahargen rushed upon the 
crowd, and the foimer struck a young man named 
Charles Jones, of Tompkinsville, on the back of the 
neck with a brickbat, knocking him sens eless to the 
ground. Jones fell upon a heap of glastt, said sus- 
tained cuts about the hands. The Indians were ar- 
rested, and subsequently discharged. 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA. 

JOHN PIPER Proprietor 

This Elegant Theatre can be Rented by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PITER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. WeCABE, 
3** Buah «ti*et, Qan franewco. , 



METROPOLITAN THEATKI 

SAOKAMfiJfTO. 

i y the Night, VV«ek, or Month, fro 

Nov. let. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAW JOOK, CAIA. 



This Reairtifnl and Newly Rt novated 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, ox Month, 
at reasonable terms. 
jal4-tf Q. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



New York Casino, 



838 MARKET ST. 



Opposite Fourth. 



W. KCZYZASOWSKI. 



Qet yoor Diamonds set to suit your taste ; and your 
Jewelry ms4o to please you. 

market"stkeet 

manttfac torino company. 
messincer & hahn, 

niamond Setters, 

M anufacturers and Dealers in 

WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JCWEUT, C«c. 

Watches and Jewelry Promptly Bepalxed. 

80S MARKET STREET. m3-lm 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE ABE NOW SELLING THE/ 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for $1 25. Everything che* 
at our 

New Store, £40 Market Street, 
One door below Hitoernia Bank. 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT, 



The Tonus Man from the East. 

" Im a stranger in this city, 
Pm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
Tve been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could 1 find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned liiud," 

'"Well, I can tell yoti," said Iris friend* 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

Toull see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK,. 

You can't fail to remark it 

"Bmerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you oan get your oysters raw» 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He'sgot nice little private rooms. 

Where you can sit at ease, 

And eat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if you please. 

All the young men of fashion go 

Eight to the SADDLE ROCK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenish hock." 

A Word to the Wise, etc 

it ib generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vandersllce 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and PreciousStonesareequa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. 

The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thebon vivants for its gorid things, can be pmouioa 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, Ln town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Mint" a trial. N. B.. Open to 2:80 a.m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-l 



This Is Interesting to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Scbaier & Co, long ln the wholesale business 
have the largest stock, the latest Btyle, and the 
beet of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California, They retail their goode at 
#holesa]e prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Scbafer & Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and IS Geary. 



De Not Sutler from Coras. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant rolie 
by applying' at Dr. R. H. Cowau's Institute, re- 
moved to 2tfT Kearny street, between Sotter and 
Eush,. from 1 to 6 P. m. We speak from «xperi- 
enoe, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. B 

The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
aow a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
[joes to the Green Room between tho acts. x 



The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B, — Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. b 



California Institute for the Core of 

Stammering 

And impediments in speech, slipping p.d<1 Ions ei 
speech, permanently located at fc32 Market street. 
opposite the Palace Hotel— nnder the charge of Dr. 
N. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must he present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed in all casee. 

Hals which are Bats ! 

If you want a good, honest hat, mode of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" flat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B. — No shoddy hats at 
' 'The" Hat Store. ___^^_ * 

BTirlfhavdtVMO Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for 86; oxford tie Bhoes made 
to order for 36; boys' boots made to order for $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all of 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 546 
Washington street » 

Terrfll and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street The test 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windows. RoomB for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors. in 



Don't Help Pay Other People's Dehts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store ol 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThivd, 
and save fully 26 per cent by buyingof them. Their 
mo tto is ; ' 'Buy for cash , and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra profits. i 

langhltfg Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 2*6 Third street, makes » 
specialty of extracting teelh withaut pain by toe 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire 
safety in the moat difficult cases* 



Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134i Post street, near Dupont Correct di- 
agnosis and Bpecial attention to the treatment ol 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. **-<> 

Ray State Oyster and Chop House, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the roost 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the citv. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., propriitore. 
Give us a trial. t 

A Magnificent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the beet Ba- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Chamberlin, 
H ardy street, off Kearny, between Bosh and 
Sutter. 

If Ton 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 

course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot ol 

Powell street, North Beach. Exoluisve department 

and rady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

■ ■ _ ' 6-<J 

Photo graphic. 

Edouart & Cobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oi 
or Water Colors. Eiilargeinents in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 8-ae 



Pine Watches* 

The best -goods at the lowest prices, at B. A. 
Callender's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry/ etc. Call and 
examine. *>-/ 

• —- ■ 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove lor $1 16- 
a Pairj7 g6 to 734 Market street. 



L 



iPORT WINE! 





-Her*. TW* aa4 



K.^MIi>i4 ML 



sax rnmcisco, Saturday, jii.y ft una. 



VOL. xxi. 



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8P.UIK1.INO DRITfK 

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PLATT'S HALL. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



Xjaht .-vZOIITa OVTKX 

MEXICAN INFANTILE 



Mr T J Trwh 
, Mr Mutln Jure 



p. r, .Sixth Appearance in California 

MR. H. J. MONTAGUE. 




COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

SEHETPITA CIR1EN U1CI YlHORON! 



r»w«. r m pi H l ft? IW M>'>. 

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r »f« larttalrt I'limii »li.r.-B 

if R.. .it.** al>* l.rfl.rlrl |. * tlnren 

■at -l.i|il»Mil.|rr IriiMir* Hirllnrt 

rim »..> (*{<I«|B l'4><l»l f'nlnrr 

i Irlrml »f Marin* I. n nrt a In pr I . » Hoj-oJi 
A MlUr I- . -i. i.xi.iiiUUl 

1'MtWiMB. FHb*r Cirft\ ftw—t* ««c 
>m las* — %W «»>— «* Uswvt •!« Usr est CtMtd Ooftftloalft. 

• Kn*ti*ft Ufttoeg* «•* •• *>»<l at ib# 

OOrCUM -Ol ll> lit I MM T HORON 

d the UOLKHO 



1CNDAY EVENING _ JULY 4 

PuBtUvtlv L*tt Appearance, And 

BENEFIT OF SOLEDSD U. Y MORON) 

Oq *hl«h ocutin will be (Tt*eot«t 

LA GRANDE OUCHESSE 
De Gerolsteial 

Crand Darfcr,. jr ■■•cuKiWn - 

'- ;nrt Ufimn i«^« 1 Horo» 
Waada Mna i.u.hi.iIum v. • *Lur*-n 

FrtU ...ft *»ildlrr . . Mnn Ivlivnn Moron' 

•>nrrel lUum Mnn Gabriel r. v Uoruri 

l«ntD l*it<k Mna Rotnrlo Snndniiil 

Prlarr Paul Mno T. dr JfMis « n-i.Lui 

l M p — r ... Mik. FranrUro Marline/. 

laraa 4»ro* .Mno Aurello Uotlrluin/ 

MAJI>S OF HONOR 

*>lc*t Mini I'armni Lflbatn 

las ... Maa Lmllla Mavorgu 

(barlnlir .Mna A lire I la B«nlli«- 

Amelia Mna Jom-Ci Mud en 

BokUera of the Grand Docbesa' Army. Vivandieres, Ladies 

of the Court, etc 

KpleaxtJd fostatnr* ami all Orcbe*tr»! and (nornl 

jjTretw. 

ManUeal Dlr.fUr till! IKIIO I M> A Y MOBON 



THIS EVENING 



JULY 3 



T by MKHRIIS PI KB' 
nt.il.nl TIIK 



OLE* 



mm itmm mii 

XAMJKL, Marquis de Champcey II. J. MONTAGUE 



:: DK^MARKTH Ptirtnorl* of Ulo FnMfe iln] KKNKY KOWARD9 

M Dl '„ W,.rl,l*. NK! 

LfMl Mu. formerly CoLiu ol ft French Privateer W. M, LKMAN 

ALAIN \ '■..:.[. iit!*l Domestic '. JOHN W1I.SUN 

. t NotHTJ E. N THAYER 

IIUMNM A Breton 8her.li.-ro MURKY WOODS 

Lorts J. a. TORRENCE 

HENRI FRANK KILDAY 

MADAME LAKOQUB MRS, O R. HATJNDER8 

I DwwMol M.I8N BELLA TATEMAN 

[» V ,,,,>.:,,, M1MS CARRIE WYATT 

MADAME A1l|ll:l.V V RoLtlrc of Ihu Lu»|»o Punlly MJ8S JENNIE LEE 

LOIMSK TAUBBBQBB Fornicrly Nurw to Manuel, now Koopot of a Loilging Hou»o. M.RS, JUDAH 

nNK A Btoton Peasant (;lrl TILLIE DAP.LING 




3vt ^LTxiNr sesii?. 



Japuday Evonlus, July S, 187B, 

DION BOUCICAULT! 

AS "CONN" IN THE 




PALACE VARIETIES. 

m oxaky mwarr. nkab ucakkt. 



Bt--i.*.. M.K.uiR 



»AK1I 
• II 



minii' IM I ill 



BATPRDAY AWDJm?DAV EVENTWOt. 

TW l'rrfonuat>c« will eonmeoce wiili obi i;i:a.\i» 

»*x»»i? x^^a.n.T. 



1 i 

lt.n|o ». lo 

n ii i in 

I II tit 11 II It M»*«J. 



Oi.'iflr 
II- 



H;irrj llnvmril 
Ml~^ lltiu I' I II rill 

Hiw tin l«M i.i. i: 

THE WIG MaKERS 

I>"OT Ihompwn Bo.atit 



"•"•"•i: «l«« llaadv 

June. Iluiirr «ln»lr llrr..,.. 

*•■■ MhiiiiIc kcllr 



O-HO. O. 



TIIOM FBO JNT 

III. -ii. -hiiii. ... 



THE OREAT lIRk .EATEIt 

A.1 1 IB a, r» pee. 

«»IIimI tiirrlc Willi. 

"IB Il'-nry Btewltrf 

NATURE and PHILOSOPHY 

Tbo Youth who Ntfrcr Saw a Woman.. Mies Loutae l«o 

■'■■■■■ .i : ■ 

Ueo. V. Tt.ooipitt.il 

Fattoor fbiiii B bum rfSi, 

FO WliER OUTIlbNE 

Dcvoy Howard Ami ...BUmait 

BnUod. ... Macule Kell y 

S.wie mid Dance ii| ;i rtsti 

Ktll.AI* Ml»a rtlllll PATEafArl 

Scrl«-,'omic So lie ttllas Cliindf 

l»HT(» 80SC AN'D 1>4NCE It .WIRY l»l'.au> 

.Ual lad t a r 1 1 e M il I ly 



To conclude with 

J92&3VE BAYLIS, 

And His LIVING SHADOWS. 

GBAND COMPLI^NTA^^iiNEiir 

TENDERED TO 

tT. 3RL*. OOSS> 

By the Company of the PALACE VARIETIES, 



AdmIft8lon 4 25 ern t* 

(Vrcbestra 8ea(s._., 60 cent* 

Private Rexes. „" »2 00 and $3 00 

Doora op)ea 'at 7. To commence at 8. 



SANTA JONICA. 

Tbu* far Koutlicni California ha# Ueked 
ft ooonmarclal city. Los Angelea. haa, p*r- 
haca, more noarlj than an/ other plaoe, 
attempted to vapply this want, but Loa 
AngeUa haa never txen qultu able to oftset 
Um f reat tttaadTmntago of a harbor no do 
faotlTe U almrat to bo worthier. The 
TJnitcd Rtalos QoTorament haa oxpendad 
over half a million dollars on San Pedro 
Bay without apparent beaellcial result, and 
frry[l,t and paaw nfeni arc dincharg<'<l Into 
Ufbterx, theooo carried iKveral miles iqi a 
narrow, iJialJow, muddy creek, and finally 
4awrabarked In a twaaip, twenty-flix BiUos 
by rail from Loa Anfcelea. -* 

Twenty miles north of San Tedro and 
dtrrctly west of Loa Angolen, from wbkb 
HUM fourteen aoilea dlttant, ye* the 
^baautlfoi bay of Santa M«uica. The liar- 
"bor U ao much better than San Pedro, 
that, durinf a recent gale, while the 
Bteamer was unable to discharge into a 
llfhter »t the latter place, but carried her 
argo on toSan Diego, a schooner unloaded 
At Saaia Monica lumber for tbo construc- 
tion «{ tho wharf at that point. This wharf 
a two thousand feet in length, and reaches 
A point where there Is thirty feet of water 
at low tid", From the wharf to Los An- 
MlM the mad bed of the proposed railroad 
la trrmd.d ; th tic* are contracted for. and 
esjougb Iron ha* been purchased and 
shipped to construct the road a distance 
of forty miles The pass (trading through 
«aJoo Pass Is also nearly done, and means 
hate been locdTad to construct tho rotwl 
l« IndepeiKluace wtthiu a twelvemonth. 

That Santa Monica !« to bo tho future 
city of Southern California, will lit; readily 
conceded after an cj a aj mft tiijii .if its 
many advantages. 

Tho future city of the Southern Ooaat. 

Xho Long Branch of tho Pacific 

The texmiaua of two trams-con tinenta! 

roa-U. 
Twalre mllea of beautiful beach for riding 

and driving. 
A sou of uoewuuplfld fertility 
A «ite of unaurpaaciug beauty. 
The terminal of tho Los Ang« 

denendenoo Itailrowl. 
Oarnmandlns the trada of Panamint. 
J Ooso. and Orro Oordo. 
8urrouiided by 100 000 aorea of land for 

Orango. Olive and Lemon Orchard*. 
Twelve miles from Los Angelea. 
A harbor where vaaaela oan ttnd shelter in 

any storm. 
Thirty feet of water at tfco wharf at low 

tide. 
Abundant waior from living aprings arte- 
sian walla and ordinary weUa. 
Streets and Iota have a natural grade 
ClAsuato the moat delightful | Q the world 



i Angelea and In- 



To merahaav desiring to 

neas of any kind. 
To mtohanica seeking to eetabli 

selvfrs In a thriving locality. 
r ""ia lookint for UfiaUh_ 
i wish to makesai'c an 
ivaatmerju. 



cabuai 

them- 

an-lpmnt 
ad ntofnav 



To invalids I. 

SANTA MONICA 




ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SANTA MONICA, 

INCLUDING BUSINESS LOT'S, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA FARMS, 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION,-. < ON THURSDAY, JULY" 15, 1875 

Terms of sale will be made known through tho publu- press, N* lota oKapoaed of at rrriTate wle uotU after the aucti 

For M*,-', Pamphlet*, and genet*! Information In regard to the proposed city, apply at Hunt* konvca, or at 






! ORGAN Of AMUSEMENTS. 
bliabed Every Day In the Tear, hy 

r. . . BOGAH13UB. 



:.?,! J1EBC11.>.%T STBEET, 

Bc'ow M San Fntndaoo 



FOURTH OF JULY! 




SATURDAY JULY 3 



The llli He Bare rs. Ibr Mongolian. 

This in 'br K9JOH of the year thai the In' 
Oaliforoia by the Chinese barbarians la renewed. 
color, edu- 
cation and chili-' Uit'ti are a!s'> tturarmin.: to thll 

. 
and a prosperous state, i Ion urine* will 

. liuj ranch 
lunger, that this wrelchetl ncum of a leprous race 
dad employment ImmedUU-ly 
through the agencies ot their companies, while 
m»»y Of M *ro ft-jekloj wort in Tain, 

«otd tirud and disgusted -buy return Eaet. In UM 
face of this crying «rtl tbcre In one tira. Is 
wb"'«3 name* ou^ht to bt> «ml>Iaa>.>Drd in IiMtvr* of 
gold ; fur lb, >■. obtwithMtandiait tb*r "ir. 
Factory, cu.r>lor none but white mm. The firm 
■ a i Burke, No £12 Market 
. 
wt only because tfc 



wi' refer to i 

era to patronise torm. not only becai 
Whit* Latwr. but hocuue th^y keep 
hriuios of Oicare both lr. 
tlie best quality of Tobtc 



, fend 



Stonazrn, 

Of Anmsemonta, Excursion?, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printinp 
EaUtblishmutt of B. F, Sterett, 632 Clay 6treei . 
over the Sao Francisco Market. The l&rrvst Post- 
orn, In plain or Fancy Colors, are turned oat In 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tKul Prot-nuumes, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
salt the nioet fastidious. Hr. Stcrett keeps oon- 
s'antly oo band a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pen of BTery shade, and the price* charged for 
thoeo are very little in advance of plain white 

raper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
itch letters, in stock, of all colore of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was estaJilishtd by the present proprietor In 1860 
and has been in successful operation ever since. 

"ChlcaffO Moving Westward.** 

Amring toe recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the adrent of 
Messrs. T A D Lundy, who hare just opened at No. 
777 Miction street, opposite St, Patrick's church, 
with the finest assortment ever Imported to this 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clock*, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engT&rinrs mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer boob, t -tc ., etfl., all of which they furnish 
on easy payment**. 



GENERAL AfiNOUKCEMEHT. 

I. In Areor.li.nre nllb (he Provision* 

of the Political Code, tbc ct-lebrationof thL-Niiu'.v- 
nlnth Ann.Tersary of the Declaration of American 
IndefKindance will take place on MONDAY, July 
m 

II. The general ground of assembly of the pro- 
cession will be the vicinity oi Howard and Second 
streets. 

III. Too various divisions of the proccsaiou will 
be roartiakd at convenient joints, to be designated 
by the Grand Marshal, and all divisions must move 
promptly at 11 a. *l, Detailed organization of the 
procession will be made public as soon as powiibie. 

IV. The signals for the general advance will bo 
■I follows: 

Preparatory— One jun fired at 10:45 a. m. 
Advance— Ote gun at 11 A. M. 

V. The general advances and halts will be signaled 
by buile. and detailed orders will be transmitted by 
signal men accompanying the heads of divisions. 

VI. The leading band will be the directing band, 
as to time, and all following bands will properly 
regulate the cadeace from the head of the oolumn. 

The intervals between Divisions will be fifty 
yards, with the exception of the Division following 
the Second Brigade N. G, C, which will allow one 
buudred yards to intervene. Chiefs of Divisions 
will be held responsible for this exact interval. 

IX. Major John R. Carnahan and Major J. H, 
Simpson are anno inced as Chief Aids to the Grand 
Marshal. 

By order of Grand Marshal John McComb. 

jy2-tf- R. H. SAVAGE, Chief of Staff 



The original "Swain's Bakery'VIfl now established 
in their r.ia^nifloent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and Ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 

biiiin-.t.i . 

For Perfect-Fitting Boots 

G i to James Matthew?, the A 1 bootmaker and 
lost maker, 527 Sacrameolo street. 



^annnw •«poor> 

Wholesale and retail, at Palmer's, 736 to 7*4 
Mirket street. 



Dr. Chas. C CDomkbll (late U. S. A_), office 
and residence 825 Kearny street. The treatment 
of women and children a specialty. z 

Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. » 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to $5 00, at 723 to 
734 Market street. 



Palmer Bros. 

Keep the ".Crown" Perfumery, the best In use 
726 to 7^4 Market street. j . __ 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN THE FIELD. 

XDi-inlis. loo. 

211 STLYX.YSON STREET, 

Koxt Street to Market Near Third 

iol«ra J. D. BBIGCa. Manager. 

2L.aa.jaT DAY 

TO PAY 

POLL TAXES! 

SATURDAY, JULY 3d. 

* uttMB^ 0:llpe Open Every Evening. 
Will be W oltor Mm da,, sad $1 a/lor Jannarv 1st 
1676. j,i,. 



LONDON" 

Covent Garden! 

THE GATHERING JPLACE OF 

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD! 

....THE ONLT.... 

Oyster Palace! 

In the City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mal EBWK Uossl , Proprietor. 

PURDY, VAN BRUNI&ROBBINS, 

OOMMISSIOX 

8TOCK BROKERS, 
406 California Street, 

Opoodte Bui ol California, Su Franciaeo. Cal 

Honey Loaned and Stocks Carried 

on Margins. 
Lapim w- ad .room for their me, eontataln s 
Market (raotAtiyoa. apl5 i m 

6EOKOE MAT«>, 
Dealer in Oysters, Clam*, and. 

all Hade ol BE.! FISH. Stalk Nee. 1 
t«, 41.42. CV -E.ia Market, en Crinoe 
on OaUioraia street. 

Pablio or pri T at« parties and lamillee eappUed 
Irom 6 A. n. to 12 p Jt. Ladies' and Genttemei ' 
OjBterRooiasopeBlrom6A.lt to 32 p. M.. da; 

<samt 



CITY GAftDKNS. 

Tki. r'avoritc Place of Recreation la 
Re-Opeuerl 

UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT ! 

Willi-' Celebrated Band, 

FIREWORKS, and Other Attractions ! 

All must come oa 

SUNDAY AND MONDAY, 

ij2 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Mantel Clocks and i3roiiz,?s, 

AND 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 



Tlie Present <laitrt*>rs ti.ivlng lo b# va- 

rBuildii 
Brokers, 



cated for the New Building of the S. F. Board of 



THOMAS laD.aa.TiT, 

335 Pine Street, 

Vila Offer Dl8 Entire Stock at 



MUCH 



REDUCED 

jel7-lm 



PRICES. 



DIVORCES OBTAINED! 

Without Publicity! 

On Shortest Notice ! 

For Any Cause Whatever ! 
Legal Everywhere ! 

g&~ AM eojTCEpondence strictly confidential 
Address ATTOKKET, 

Box: 400, Pon.-Offiee, 
jyl-tf San Franclxco* 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

103 KEARNY STREET, jell-lm 



TTAMMAM, 

The Fines, Bath-IIouse In the World 

will open for business on Ttmday. Jane 20tl». 
Improred Turkish Bath, $1 J>0« or Six Tickets for 
S" l>0. Refieshments extra. Ladies' days for the 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Baths for Ladles open every day ; 
<rtrance on Bagley place, off O'FarreU Street; for 
Gentlemen, II and 13 Bnpont st, DK3. LORYEA 
It TRASly Proprietors. jc'23-lw 



J. O. COMBES. 
TERRAPIN LUNCH 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 



OjBten In orery styla PRITATE 

SUPPER ROOMS FOR PAKTIB8.' 

No. 2£t Second Street, Corner of Tehama. 



THAT_J_S SO. 

lie :iiitlful and Substantial Sets 

of Artlfical TEETH only 815 and war- 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
cisc. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for Ufa Twenty years 
experience in New York Oity. Office, S4 Post street 
between Montgomery and Kearny, 
mh-13 DB. LUTHER, Dentist. 



GEO. A. CASE, 
:d e kt t i a i»« 

2r9 Kearny Street, 

Between Sutter and Both Streets 
Dentietiy In all its branches, at reasonable i 
mhSO-tfcn 



T-OTJIS IV. DA. VXD, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 

SS3 WASHISGTOX STXEET. 

TheolosT, History, Bl ncraphr, Trarela. 

Fictioa Art. Sconces. MedlcaTete. "™" : ™» 

Tabrarlee aad Parcela ol Books Bought, mall-la 

'Sati 



HEALO'SJ^Sf, 

2-1 POST 8TR1 
Thla Sflhnol is Wr-Hlcneat to Kdncatc 

for ti life. It inalies 



■ 

now ilt-ni ui' 
the brnoche* 

I 



pan 









of Uiewhool is excellent, and itssyatomof ACTCAX 
No pupils 
of bad character will be admitted For full par- 
ticulars call at the College, or addreaa. f ■ ■-■ 
E P. HE ALD, .San Francisco. Jyl!-5in 



^orag ^ 




JaP A T_. 



CD £3. 



The Most Respectable Place on the 
PACIFIC COAST. 

337 Bueh. Street, 

Above Maguire'a New Theatre. 

Terrapin Stews, Shrimp Salads, Crah 

Salad?, Deviled Crabs. Welsh Rare-Bits, oar own 
Pan Roasts and Par Excellence, Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock Oysters freah from our own Oyster 
Bade BTery moraine, Chops, Steaks. Ice Creams and 
the best of IVirjes and Cigars. Oyster Fricassees a 
specialty. N. B. Elegant private parlors for fami- 
lies and select parties up-ataira. 

/ CHABLES daacke, 

mhl8-tf Proprietor. 





AMERICAN 



FLAGS! 



AMERICAN 

FIREWORKS 

«.0 TO THE CHEAT 




lUOTION 



COUSB 



The Laraeit Assortment In (lip Cltv, 
Wholesale and Kctall, at Price" Hint 
defj competition, 

616, 618 and 620 

Kearny St., cor. Commercial 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

NO.T633 Kearny Street. Corner of 

CommerciaJ, Sa.n Francisoc. Hr'ranceon 
Commercial Established in 1&5*. for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
npon the errors or ignorance of the eexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism. Bucoess- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal oi 
valuable information, which he is competeut to 
impart bo those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he etfect3 a cure 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. San 
Prancisco. no25-tf 



Medical Advice, 

DB. W. K. DOHERTrS 

Medical and Snrgical Institute, 

049 Clay St.. bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DK. W. K. ROI1ERTV returns his sin- 
cere thanks to his m>mercus patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for tlie cure r.f CHRONIC DISKASES 
OF THE LXTRQQ] LIVER, KIDNEYS. DIGES- 
TIVE and QiOfrTO-LBINAEY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his Ions; 
experience and success! ul practice will continue to 
insure him a share of pubLic patronage. By the 
practice of many years In Europe and the United 
States he is enabled to apply the moat efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
his patients In a correct and honorable way. and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high PtancUngin society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise^ 
will receive the beat and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

■\\. R. DOIIEKTY. 91. D., 

mhll-tf San Francisco, * al. 



HOWARD ST, LIVERY and SALE 



STABLE 



So'^ard. Street. 

Between Foorth sad Fifth Streets, San Francisco. 

PITTXIP HOKSHEAD, Proprietor. 

Kind and gentle horses with Photons, suited for 
Ladies, Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horses, je8 hr 

•all „-- .O -aat« > 



DIVIDEND NOTICES, 



DIVIDEND NOTI4V K ' 

German Savings and Loa*.' Soc'y. 

The Board of Directors of thin H» cl «*y 
ired the dividend for the ball ye. rev a, "g 
the rate of nine per cfli 
-iiiittia on term deports and Beveu and 

nr!um on ordinary depnsits, fre\" 
of Federal tax, payable on and after July i5, 1875. 
By order jyS-Sw GEO. LE1TE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND riOTICE. 

_ „r* La 
Bsnlc 

Sot ii-e quarter ending with Juno 30th, 
i he rnUi 
ol Bight (Sj per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
S of Federal tax, p tyabl on 

JOHN T. CAKTKlt, 
jyl-lui ■ '.'Luy. 



DIVIDEXD NOTICE, 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street, 

The Directors Have Deelurr.d a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths (9 6-10) per cent paf 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eiw'bt (8) 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the ti 
ending June 30, 1875. bene from Federal T.ix, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875 By 
order. 

D. B. CHISHOLM. Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with Juno 

30tb, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one hail [7k\ per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th. 1875. Per order, 
je2S-lm LOVELL WHITE. Oa W tt 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

Sa>* Feancisco. 

Guarantee Capital $170,000 

Money Received on Termand Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
Canad&s; also, London, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
the patronage of all persona. 

WH. H. CULVER. President. 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES. Secretary. 



Mahogany Leaf 

FINE-CUT 
CHEWING TOBACCO ! 

Manufactured by the 

CONSOLIDATED TOSACCO CO. 

...OF.... 

CMc9 Ripe Mahogany California- 
Grown Loaf, 

CUBED BY THE CULP PROCESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

. AJrB... 

MORE NATURAL SUGAR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 

For sole in lots to Buit at 

NO. 207 FRONT STREET, 



Consolidated Tobacco Co, 

je25-)0t E. BKIGCS. Agent. 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIE 

Fan. PleasnreT Variety 
JSeimfy. 

NO 33QTT.tS.Xj. 
In this Pleas.iiitMesc 

ONE CAN 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

80KB8 .ihcI Bjocfs. botli cine anii Fun 
A BEbCLAB VARlETV SU»W, 

The Proprietor haviag catend to the wacta of 

FUK-LOVIKG PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia C; 

HAS* ATTAINED A 
Popularity rnerjalled OX THIS C 

THE PRETTIEST" Of TALEW 

....AND.... 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHHf| 

MRS. A. C. 5C0JT, PfiOPRIETOl 

....OOKKEE.... 

Sacramento a»n Kearny Sts 



S. F.&N.P. R^R.& STEAMERS 
Change of Time. 

On anil after ftloncliiT, Mar 31st. 1875 

the nev. elegant and fast ateauier JAMES M 
DONAHUE, uapt, W. Warner, will make two trip 
daily (Suivdays excepted), leaving Green-stre« 
wharl at 7:30 a. JM. and 3 o'cluak p. m., cor 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars fo 
Fetalmna, Santa Kosa, Healdaburg, Lytton, Cli 
verdale, and with stage3 for Sonoma, SkaggB. Mai 
West. Barllett and Hi^hliuids Spring, Point Areni 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Milla, Fisk MUL 
Gualala, Uklah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakepart 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Volcl 
s-Uver Mines. Returning tlie cars will leave Clo?e 
dale at 8:10 A. M. and 3:30 P. M., conneotini: at Doi 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco | 
12:40 P. M. and 8 p. m. Freight received all day. 
THE GETSERS. 
VAN AKNAH & KENNEDY'S Stage Line Ti 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and best rout 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time froi 
the city, seven hours— passing the most beautln 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excurslo 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or o 
steamer. 

SEADAY E\<IKSIO\S. , 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6:( 
P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

„ P. DONAHUE, President 

F. H. GERDES, Gen'l P. 4 T. Ags, 

Office, 426 Montgomery street. nolO-tf 



CALIFORNIA 

FIREWORKS! 

Rocket*. Bombs, 

Buinun <;m(31e«. Fire Crackers, 
Bensolas. Shells, 

IVheels, Flaas. 

■pVERTTHTNG FOR CELEBRATING THE 

FOURTH OF JXJr.Y- 

Small Fip.ewoeks and L.^xoe Pieces for Oity 
and Country Exhibitions, manufactured at our Lab- 
oratory, in San Francisco, and guaranteed to be 
superior to any other, 

Parties at a distance, where water transportation 
is necessary, should order immediately, aa the coast 
steamers will not carry Fireworks. 

ClIURCH A CO., 

je7-tjy4 405 Front Street. 



H. E. MATTHEWS fle CO, 




Lithographing, Printing, Engraving 
Book Binning, Blank Forms, Cer- . 
tlfieatcs, Counllng-Uouse 
Stationers, 

NO. 306 CALIFORNIA-ST.. SAN FRANCISC< 

je22-lm 



Hurrah for the 4th of July ! 

FIREWORKS ! 




BOYS ! DON'T FORGET THE OLD STAND ! 



MOaSB'B, 



NO. 63"! WASHINGTON STEEET. 



Jc3-tjy3 



The Cheapest and Best. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARfNG 3CF»Hl" SUHGIHG BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MOSS TEH SEA LIORS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunehes, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING VOCH WIFE I 

BEING YOCR.FAJfri.Y! 
■ RTNO YOUR LADY FRIBNJ» 

Aaa.aj07.new of the finest OOBAN PANO- 

BAMA IN THE WORLD, all :a aisllt of 

the woTld-reootrned 

Grolden Grate. 

With a fleet of nbite.wiaged maaseoeert aaterin, 
from every pan of the oemmerefal world. 

*ftr"Kew Liae Baaaea, ooaaeotine with Stra.1 
Oara at Loae Moaotaia ererr U lajnota. hereafUl 
for the OUtf Hoaae 1,1-tf 



DR. J. R. FERNANDERZ. 

LATELY ARRIVED FROM ATJSTRALIA, 
has an infallible, cure for LYEANESS. His 
charges are $40 00 for a perfct cure. No cure do 
pay. City references of cures RiYen Address Post 
Office Box 3334. jelQ-tf 



POLL TAXES 

....WIM BE... 

THREE DOLLARS 

After. July 3d, 1875 

! 

And after that date will he a lien oi 
any Pergonal Property. 

Taxpayers are urgently reamegted 
call at the Assessor's Office and pay thel 
Poll Taxes, and avoid payment of tn 
additional One Dollar. It is only Tw 
Dollars nntil Jnly 3d. je26-tq 



IMPORTANT to FAMiLlEi 




TABLE WARE AND ALL GOOD! 



From which the 8Urer is worn, Replated 
in the most durable manner, at the 

San Francisco Gold and Silvt 
PlattHg Works, 

Nos, 653 and 655 Mi sslon Street, Betwee 
Jlew Montgomery and Third Sts. 

A Fine Stock of TABLE WARE for sale at U 
Lowest rates. E. G. DEKNI3TON. 

ma8-3m Proprietor. 



_ 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers 

Cotaunet^g^.tlOwBU. 

Hal 



'I, 



or 




1 T»DC UfilDM 



VOL XXL 



!DB. 



New Olympic Variety 



Tklr* aad Ift wl w i 



^OTTA 



PART ! 
RRI- 

GRAY. 



MAGUIHE'S IffiW THEATRE. BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 




Wmt.t, 



A Grand First Part 
VARIETY WALK-AROUND 



The Mysterious Kestaurant 



Grand English Opera Comp'y 



HULt 



*XH-C*.tV_ 



l«. J"vTJy S, 187S 



i"\r. Hat. jiiii no-in tn>. ni» 1.1/71K iwimiiit. 

Ir.WILUIIII It, IUI1 nUKB. Mr. limtlti. «l i.l in, 

MllltOSK TH' ' | ui.l EmlncMl)' Si, ce«roj Opart, 



.iim n<- i 






if 



M$c«ro$ri 



*£ 



I h.irle. Etrni* 
■ II Milt BIIBI.SMia 



SCHNElDiH'S COURTSHIP, 



...Aoa. 








i a i" 














l YUCS0NG3 - 


- - 5EDB4KRT 


VM. IMM 1 

Howe , 


Lorn i:riv 
Loaise »..ni. 1 , 

111 till II IIUIKK 
1 h.irl. . Evam. 





LES MISERABLE!* . 



i-fii 1 tinus 



And.. 



Di<.. 



Uli.llli uoi:i\»n\ 

t'aaiiy llonl.cr 

Jnhnnr rouk 
Ella Build 



udude with 

DUPLEX OM THE BEAT ! 

( h-irtcter* by tin. Coir 
15 REHEARSAL, 

TJE^JBRifl^op^sHAME. 

Prlooa or Admiaslon. 

rar.mrl 25 c( . n „ 

Urcrn II... Mil 54, ,.,.„,„ 

Private Base. , $•> 50 

Door* i>|. ..n at .. To commence at 8 sharp'. 



....mtss iikmukint 

. ... M UK. I 
.MISS ANN, 

HR 8KI1UIN 

MIC ' I VI, \ 

MR UllWAKIi 

..Mil CASTLE 



Prc.kitn In the Opera, Ollt NATIONAL ANTHEM, 

THE STAE SPANQL1D BANHfiR ! 

Will b. Sung by th. Mviiibr v and Cnana, with Urui.l ' iniianmiont, affo 

the only opportunity the public will liavo of hearine; ALL TUK Alt'l'ISTS OF THE C0HPAN7 upon 

1 1 Mint TIME. 

tussoa.'S' ja-vjEirsiiBj-o, arxjxj-sr e " MiG-iVOKr." 

(WITH TIIF. SAME POWERFUL CAST.) 

: \7S7e><£*±Gf3&.£iy TESAT-enirls, iTxa.ly "ZttT. 

FIRST APPEARANCE OF 

Huir. I. B. ItrJtVlKII, Mr*. St:il> t MX.UIN, Mr. JOHEPH MAAS, 

He. WILLIAM < AKIF.TIIN. Mr. GEORCE A. (Mil, 

In VERDI'S Beautiful I 



WL Tft«T4T« 



:.*, MMJS. 0. R. BERNARD 

MRS. ZELDA SEOITIN 

1 IH LUNA MR. OARLETON 

(DO GEO. A. CONLY 

MR. NICHOLS 

rSEZ MISS ISAUSON 

HANRICO MR. MAAS 




THURSDAY EVENINU, WALLACE'S Opera, 



JFJrst^Avipeariliit'.e *i^i^^^i J ^i^ȣ^_^tr*iirit n * F^i'^J?*!!!!.*- MIL K. REPEMTI. 
SCALE OF PRICE*. 



Referred «eat<. a.riirilltis to loratl.M. ... ..»IJX>. 9I.IM and $3.00. 

<WThe sole of Seata obmnfences on MONDAY mormu;, June 28th, at 9 o clock, at bHEKMAN & 
HYDE'S Music .Store, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 



CHARLEY KIMIC ! 

VIN1VIE WELCH. 
Miss LYDIA LIVINGSTON 

THIS EVENING JDXY fir 

The Performance will Commence with a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FOR 
Four ** n.d Men. 

FlnUhliur with Hie VAJtlkTV WALK AROUND 



xxntt-ej re«XjTJ-X3>a. 

Overture ..Orcheafaa 



LESSONS ON THE BANJO ! 



Johnny Pri.i 



.And. 



..... Baaej Baaala 



I'll OJE OF Tlir. BOVli ..lOriirlna II TIVMK rt lit H 

DOUBLE SONG and DANCB. SWAIN and WEST 
Ban lo lol.t Ilnrrv senate 

mil nii'oiieiii- 1.11111 uiivwrat 

DUTCH lillSWIIO. S0N8S 



HTliTantto be a Uootor 



Mortiniore Swain 



.And 



.Fri«e 



liO«; AND DANCE UMlll, 11 IK II 

FuvnrlU' llallail faAUtfl St. I'lulr 

llallail l..ori;|. InsleT- 

in.iiii.t\i> Fi,i.v« 1.1 »it iinmisiiM 

Soiia .11 ol Hi- l.al'orrmc 

DOUBLE ILOI. SW.IIS AND l'nlltl 



Foster. . 



. And ; Niokorsos 



Srntimrntnl Btullatl VI Nirlirrviii 

Hisli litlt Si. l*«m 

ICiiUuri I Millie Zne 

Coailc B>lUy M»cicfi« m. Clair 

Overture Orchestra. 

Ititti'tl.'hai-k Dutch Sboeniftkur 9» Klmir 

tilra. BunblebAck Mollie LaFo-reat- 

Rest of chamcten liy thv oonipany. 



priTeS 



OF Al»Ml»Slo?i. 



Farquette 25 cental Boxes $2 GO and $3 00 

Green Boom E0 cento extrm 



, XTIEiBIHT, 
DENTIST, 

IIA<* I£F MOVKD lim OFFUE 

,-irjflT.iborfctory from No, 8 Kearny 3t 
to ,U3 Market atroot, over Widbiir'adrw; 
del Lira 



A Great 
Variety of 



n&t® 




MAt^ 



In Great 

"Variety. 



At IhB IXt AtmOiV WOtSE, lVos. Cie, 61.S and CgO KEARIfY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CANDIES, 

All Kind* or .be Finest Candy Mod* 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All ordera es- 
pecially from -he country, are solicrted and will M 
urci.uptly attended to. 

Canty A Waimer. 



aul5 



1«7 Montgomery Street, near Sottet. 



virxxjsoia-'a 

PALACE AMPHITHEATRE. 

«Or. lti-« l|oii|..,iii,.| v :mii| 111, .ion Slrrcts. 

jpo urtbTo p^roivy. 

Grand Holiday Attraction. 

THREE PERFORMANCES. • > 

8UND AY and MONDAY EVENINGS, 

AND nOND.tr AITFKNOOV. 

Inunedlately alter the Procos.ion, the Greatest Combination 
...live Talent, ever OODOentrated in one cntertainniont. 



CAPT. C- E. S. MCDONALD'S 

NATIVE COLUMBIANS ! 

MALE AND FEMALE. 

The Only Trained Indians! 

la tho World will apjioir la their Master Display of the 
[ncludtn. laoing, Wheelinx and Firing by Company. 

The Manual of Arms 
BAYONET FENCING, 

Togothcr with their 

Marvelous Acrobatic Feats. 



REM0VAl._RErVIOV.iL. 

Building feo he Toru Down. 

On or About the a 1st of MAY, 

WILL TEMPOKARIL* EEMOVE TO 

402 Keamv Vi. 

MEANWHILE WE WILL I1TATTGUEATE A 

GRAND REMOVAL SAL1 7 *1 

For the next 30 Jaya wi cloee out our Splendid 
Stock of Fine 

BOOTS and SHOES 
3B©1o^tv Cost. 

Purchasers wMiIng GREAT BARGAINS can obtain them hi 
bujiug their Boots and Shoes during this Removal Sale. 

Will Kt-orcapv Hew Bulliline Bnlll Einoclally 
for as In 90 Days from ilalc at Removal with (be 
fluent stock of Boots and Shoes on tile Coast. 



I 



THE ONLY GENUINE 

Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 



In a wetl*eolected profjranime of 

So.igs, thornses, Witticisms, Dances. 



Industrial Schaol SHver Cornet Band. 

*"""'.!? NuBber, under the direction ol Prof. H. MAIDEK I 

will perform "election, from the Ure.t Composer., 

Aud HATIONAL AIRS appropriate 

to the occasion. 

OAPT. C. E. 3. M0DOSALD challenges an eq«a| „ u „ b „ 

iK! ° f «>: n«>oi»to eomaste Mth th. HA'Hvk COLUM- 

MAKi In their Manual of Arm,. 



I'lrrle. 
Kill 



»I M 

........SO rents 

..Fine Hollar, 



irS17, €..„,.,., mmSStSiSt ""- 



'.'. 

'ijATINEE 




Patented Aug. 16, 1870. 



LET YOUR EYES 

....BE.... 

YOUR POCKET-BOOK 
Your C3rxiJ.<5L© ; 

....AND.... 

READY CASH 

....THE.... 

Last Thing You Pan With, 

the above fitctB constantly In Your Mlnd^ 
wun . ^ on wtil one day become A 

WA1 ,KING ADVERTISEMENT 



mnsmis\ m^^[ 

Grand Fourth of July Matinee 

r:Y THE 

San Francisco Minstrels 

MONDAY, JULY 5fb, 1875. 



PROCRAMME. 



fntroducty Overture ^^^--vr.^V.at-fflwtS 

D™ ! t m Gct a, We»ry.:'.-.:.-.. Witut. Wat™ 

Softly O'.r the Rippling Watera F ',' l Mnnrr<J 

Moawadisan's Patly w./wam Tnn«.1 

Rclle Braudon Wnj.I.uit 1 nuMA.t 

GaT»S PaTRIOTIO FINAJ.K B* UM E»TIE» COWAKK 



INTERLUDE PROGRAMME. 



FOR THE GREAT 



KAYHABD 4, J0NE8, 402 Ke»rny Street. 

(BUCCKSS0R3 ISO BEERS k MAYNARD.) 

ttol. Areata l»t t>e "6ra»«l arajw Alexia Tl' 




AUOtlO 

6 1 6, 6 1 8 
KEABNY 8T.. 



rx HOVI.S©, 



and 620 

COaHJEBCIAL. 



lHliaPHV and HACK In their Oriental 

MORNING GL.ORIES 



To be fallowed by the funny Aot, of 

BIG and LITTLE BONANZA 



Thomas Lacy.. 



TECTONI C SCIV T11.LATIONS WW. WATER* 

MUKTHY and MACK In Ihelr Great specialty, 

TROUBLES IN AM E MCA ! 



J. TMXtiKWTW 



Tnovhole to conclude wah the indfc-spliUing 

im of 

An Electric Shock! 

Doctor Uno. •■ :, ; • Fr *°i' %»* 

Pete....v io waste to be . "/J™*; 

Luoy....Si - 

Harry. .. .U love .lib Lucy Water. 

FUJt Uc,ty Snatohet U ^tffii^SZii 

Second Body Soatcber, ... BrT " 1 



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Dalv'h Futh Aveuue Theatre Cou- 
pam.— Tois celebrated organization will open at 
Piatt's Hall on Monday the 12:h. The 
been altertu and J 
recognise the place. Avei 

■ be gradually rai 
• ^LraEoae to give every 
Tiro first week will be taken up with •■Lundun A-- 
■unhnCe/ "J.ivurf. ■" "uld Heads and \oung 
Hearts" and "Frou Prou." The box Bbect will be 
opened at fibennan & H] lll »y. 



NOTES. 



MONDAY. JULY U 

Amusements, Etc. 

(tBAHD ENGLISH Opera Company.— 
TliiB company wdl open at Maguire'a Nuw Theatre 
this evening in " Mignon," Ambroise Thomas* 
masterpiece. The story is of one Mignnr 
stolen when a ihild from her parent r bj 

ed by them to much cruelty, Muraoni 

dies of grief and htr father Loth* 

. of reason wanders about tbecoui 

■ m tearco of bis chfld. 

llhjnon IB bought by "Wilbelni, a student, for 

whom Mignon conceives a wild affection. Wil- 

faelm is, however, just as wildly attached to Filine 

an actress. FlUtu lakes pi"' >** a performance 

■ 
_lgnon maddened by hie atU-ntiona to her rival, 
i the lake, when ahe is ar- 
rested by a minstrel, who is. unknown to both, her 
father HJfnon eoB*adee hei grid to him and the 
minstrel in his half crazed state Ores the castle to 
which, however, Mignon bad returned. It is Wib 
helm who mccon her from the burning, Lothario 
I home ar.d hud? that HigBOO is. the 
lost daogl - r lovefor 

binu. "Mil pon" ftlll be played Monday aud-Tues- 
day and will he the vehicle fur the debuts ol Mies 
Beaumont. Mr. Otttle, Mr. Peakes, Miss Annan- 
Jd. On Wednesday "II 
Trovatore" will be the medium [or the brat appear- 
ances of Mine O. It. Bernard, Mrs Zelda Segnin 
Mr Joseph Maas, Mr. "William Uarleton and Mr. 
George A Oonly. Altogether the season promises 
tobeWtb a brilliant and successful one. A very 
toes ituw f eature will be added to lb" performance 
this evening. The beacon will be inaugurated bj 
tfr* singing of " The Btarfipangled Banner, juet 
ifter the ranting of the curtain by all the mem- 
bats Ol the company and choruses, with grand or- 
C icstral accon paoimeat. That the grand old 
ifati mal Anthem will be sung in a grand style, can 
readily be appreciated. V, »ji| he something worth 
hearing, and will serve as a ie-ord hereafter. 

Opera Hodse. — Saturday saw the fouith 
and last week of "Ultimo." Its success has been 
something extraordinary, the houses during these 
four weeks having been good one s, crowded Ones, al- 
most without a break. Much, very much of this 
■access is line to the acting of Mr. W. H. Orane 
who, as an eceeotric eomecUan, has now a reputa- 
tion in San Francisco which is of the brightest. 
Next to Mr Crane should come Mr. M A. Ken- 
nedy as De Hats, the inane exquisite, and after 
him the refit of the char.ir.ters pn tty much as they 
are found on the hill. Yesterday the company 
left us for a time, the management having come 
CO the wise conclusion that the triple attractions of 
"The yliiiughrann." Daly's end the English Opera, 
will be sufficient to try the patience, pockets and 
patronage ol a town of this pize. The company pro- 
ceed first to Virginia city where they open on 
Monday in ''Ultimo," playing there possibly four 
weeks, and certainly two. Carson Oity and Sacra- 
■ be visited. The repertoire con- 
sist of "Ultimo," "Extremes," "Checkmate." 
"Jenny Lind" and "The Two Orphans." They will 
not return here until the departure of the English 
Opera Troupe, when Hooley's Comedy Company 
■will open their second season at Maguire'a Hew 
Theatre. 

California Theatre. —Taken aa a whole 

the performance of "The Romance of a Poor Young 
Man" is one of which star and stock company may 
■well be proud. Mr. Montague has established his 
reputation here, even in this brief time, as a culti- 
vated exponent of the quiet and natural school of 
acting, which many, otherwise excellent, gentlemen 
of the stage think weak and unimpressive. Seldom 
has so unhealthy a mistake been so pleasantly rec- 
tified as through Mr. Montague's personation of 
Manuel during the past week. As to the general 
performance— that is, the performance of the stock 
company— it has hetn the universally conceded opin- 
ion that every part was played in such a manner as 
t<i strengthen the opinion that for care and intelli- 
gence the company had few rivals in America, 

ThiB evening Mr. Dion Boncicault's latest 
success. "The Shaugbraun," will be produced ber« 
with a. eiuii i-Tabro< inn the etreiigtb of the company, 
aine or ten sets of entirety new scenery, and with 
unmmal care as to the general setting. Kroni the 
advertisements which have been published in tx- 
[omc, an jdeft may be formed of the strength of the 
cast, and our word most be taken for it that the 
piece will be presented with unusual scenic effect. 
There are three characters, however, which claim i 
Attention, those of the Shaughrauri played by Mr. 
TJouCiCault, Captain Molineux played, as originally, 
by Mr. Montague, and Bridget Madigan by Mrs. 
John SeftOn, who makes Be* first appearance at this 
theatre on Monday next. 

Infantile Opera Bouffe Troupe. — 
The last matinee of thie remarkable opera troupe 
was given at Piatt's Hall Saturday afternoon, "Rob- 
inson Crusoe" being the bill. In the evening Seno- 
rlta, Carmen Unda y Moron ,the little prima donna 
or eight years, took her benefit, when the oper- 
etta in two acts entitled "Marina," was presented. 
This opera, which is entirely new to San rYanclsCO. 
ut work of Dons Francisco C'amprodon and 
£melio Arrieta, and Is as the name would lead one 
to infer, a sea story set to music and verse. On 
Sunday evening, the last performance was given, 
when Senorita Soledad TJoda y Moron, aged fifteen 
years, took her benefit, "La Grande Duchesse" 
being up for that ni^ht. This young lady is pos- 
sessed of a particularly good natural voice and if it 
is properly trained, we shall expect to hear more of 
the Mexican prima donna. 

■Opf.ra Hopse — Focbth of July.— 

Another venture for supplying amusement to the 
thousand and one visitors to this city this evening, 
a full Variety Company have leased the Opera 
House for tiat day, and will give two full perform- 
ances at this place; in the afternoon as Boon as the 
procession has passed, arid in the evening at eight 
For further particulars, tee programme. 

Platt's Hall— The Glorious Fourth. 

— A grand Fourth of July matinee will be given at 
Piatt's Hall this Monday afternoon, by the well- 
known San Francisco minstrels The programme 
is calculated to suit all, fun being the prevailing 
clement. The show will commence as soon as the 
procession has passed, the doors being open at half- 
past one. For further particulars see programme. 

Buckley's New Variety Theatre. — 

Besides the usual excellent olio, there are four cap- 
ital acts for to-nifcht and to-morrow, with the char- 
■>ctorfi by the chief members of the company. 
New Olympic Variety Treatrf.— 

Charley Harris and Lotta Gray have mode a great 
•bit in their specialties, Ned Barry's songa are all 
well received, and the programme throughout is 
DapitaL 

Palace Variety Theatre. — Sam 

Baylif, Alii Barbe*. Geo. C. Thompson, Henry 
Stewart, Harry Devoy, Harry Howard and Matt 
Kelly, with other talent manage to give an enter- 
tainment which nobody could find fault with, 

Wilson's Palace Amphitheatre— Has 

also an attraction for the Fourth of July. Capt 
McDonald's trained Indians, assisted by the In- 
dustrial School band, and the Pioneer Minstrels 
■will t .ve two entertainments here this evening and 
this afternoon, immediately after the procession. 

The Cliff House.— Captain Foster, the 
genial host of the Cliff House, entertains visitors 
from all parts of Globe at his famous sea-side 

resort. The Oliff House is the one thing San 
Francisco has to boast of as different from any 
. thing else in the world. Omnibuses run every day 
tz m the terminus of the Lone Mountain railroad. 

Reisen Keller, — This mam moth sym- 
posium, corner ol Third and Market streets, under 
the Nucleus House, gives a grand instrumental con- 
cert every evening. The spacious Rlesen Keller oom- 
Ivines billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
ciub rooms, concert hall and beer hall, all in one 



Duly'i Company have done well in Chicago, where 

■ 

■ ■ . . 

Mr. Jamea Lewis book the] 

Mr Connolly, who was lor some time ooaneebed 
with the San Fraucm-i. Press, has written a version 
ol "Around ihe World in Eighty Days." which 
has been produced at Sinn's Brooklyn Park Thea- 
tre with lair success. , _ 

After Miss Rose Bytinge has played 
Michel " at the Union Square 
Theatre, she will most probably come on 
here and produce it at the California Theatre. At 
Ifcisftftidthat Sir. John MoCHiHough has 
given Mr. Sheridan Shook his assurance 
shall not be produced heie until Miss Eytiuge ia 
readv to come on and play it 

Miso Anna Dickinson who it seems is to make her 

-.. shortly, is but thirty two year ■ 

has been speaking in public ever since l&r& so that 

rlie at all events will not suffer from stage nervous- 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

NEW STOBE. 

[In place of our usual and welcome New York 
letter, the following epistle came to hand yesterday, 
undated and unplaced, but bearing the poet mark of 
Roxbury :— 

My Dear Figaro : Sunshine instead of the 
footlights, singing birds in place of orchestral 
tunings-up, real trees instead of painted wood flats, 
green fields for the green cloth, mosquitoes for the 
flies, the tender cow bell for tliat of the prompter, 
the only acts that one has to be ready lor those of 
breakfast and dinner, more and brighter stars mak- 
ing their appearance every night than ever have 
been since New York theatres were built, a neat 
garden plot in front C. taking the pi ace of a trouble- 
some scene plot, delightful properties E. and L. 
and the dearest little woman that ever lived just 
coming on through a practicable gate R, 2. E— And 
shall I then descend to things theatrical, to unreal- 
ties, to shams, to dramatic events and tell you what 
I know is going on in New York— which is nothing 
at all ! ? God iorbid ! Languish then for a time and 
Bee how you can get along without (Ha! Ha!) 

The Prompter. 

Here is scurvy treatment. But let tbe poor devil 
enjoy himself for a while. This week at all events 
FieiARo'H readers must be content with clips.] 

Onenight recently, Rose ilas&ey appeared unex- 
pectedly in "The Two Orphans," at the Union 
square Theatre, owing to Miss Llanchard's illness. 
She acted the part of Henrietta with admirable art, 
and looked as lovely as possible. No wonder that 
tbe beloved Montague was so careful of his "Rosie- 
PoBie," and no wonder they made up. If Miss 
Massey had been brought forward earlier in the sea- 
eon, the Union Square, crowded as it was, coidd 
not have contained the people who had read those 
letters. But, ovnte apart fromtheglamourof sucha 
sensational episode, Miss Maescy is a charming act- 
reBS, and New York yearns for her. 

Mme. Titiens brings her daughter with her. This 
is. we presume, theyoncg lady whom Signor Vizzani 
(of the Lucca troupe) was to have married. The 
ruckle tenor changed his mind, and ran otf to Paris 
at the last moment, heedbas of the wrath of the 

goddess Titiens, the anger of Mapleson. the teara of 
, and tiie accomplished fact of the trous- 
seau. But Mies Titiens lost very little, according to 
the American opinion. 

Earry Sullivan, who is coming over this fall, was 
at least fifty years old when be visited this country 
fifteen years ago. Barry, it is said, was very un- 
popular with bielellowe, and generally contrived to 
insult them so that they refused to act with him 
throughout the entire week. He was a dieadfulguy 
then in his white or yellow suits, red necktie, and 
green-handed hats, but he is said to have improved 
with age. He was a young thing then, you know. 

Mr. Fred Marsden, has written for Mr. Frederic 
Robinson a new and original tour-actdramaentitled 
"At Bay; or. Called to Account." This play has 
been copyrighted, and will constitute a feature of 
Mr. Robinson's coming stellar repertoire. 

Miss Annie Louise Uaxy sails for Eiuropc, on July 
24 th. 

Mrs. Catherine Sinclair, formerly Mrs. Edwin 
Forrest, and divorced from the deceased actor 
about twenty years ago, has settled, with his excu- 
tors on the basis of sV5,00O; £75,000 being in mort- 
gage and $20,000 in cash. Releases of dower were 
executed by her and recorded in each State, 
where the testator held land, 

Clara Morris played in "Article 47," 21st, 22d and 
23d of June, at Conway's Theatre, Brooklyn. She 
sailed on tbe 23th, 

YVe are not exactly sure whether Daly's 
Fifth Avenue Theatre has closed or not. It 
waa open on Saturday, June 27th, when the "Big 
Bonanza" was produced for the 136th time. It was 
then the only regular theatre open in New York. 
It is very possible that it is still playing as the Com- 
pany does not commence traveling until August we 
believe. 

The regular season at the Union Square Theatre 
closed on Friday evening with the ISO th performance 
of the "Two Orphans;" in the presence of an enor- 
mous audieace, which completely filled the auditor- 
ium. The ladies were presented with satin pro- 
grammes and bouquets, tbe house was elaborately 
decorated with flowers, and, altogether, it was a 
gala occasion. The theatre will reopen about the 
middle of August with John T. Raymond in "Col- 
onel Sellers," 

The English version of "Girofle-Oirofla" 1b still 
drawing at Robinson Hall, and promises to have a 
protracted run. The coalition ol theoompany with 
some of the prettieBt members of the Soldene 
troupe has been most advantageous. 

But Gilmore's Concert Gardens are the great at- 
traction now and their success promises to be more 
than ephemeral. New York needed some such 
bright and attractive place of resort as this. 
Elsewhere. 

Rose Wood and Lewis Morrison opened at Mon- 
treal, Canada, June 21, producing their two new 
plays "A Bit o' Ash" and "The Lotos Flower." 

The left wing of Mr. Daly's company will open 
at tbe Arch, Philadelphia, September 6 In the "Big 
Bonanza." 

Charlotte Thompson and troupe, Elmira, N. Y., 
23d ; William sport, Pa . 25th, 

Blind Tom played in Chicago, 16th, 17th, 18th and 
19th. 

J. L. Toole and troupe opened at St. John's, N. 
B.. 21st, for a short period. 

All the theatres are closed in Cincinnati. 

Susan Denin and troupe, Kokomo, Indiana. 21 Ft. 
23d; Indjanapolis, 23d, 24th; thence Danville, HI., 
Champaign, Kanakee, and Elgin. 

ra Louise Kellogg's Opera Troupe made 
§36,076,73 for fourteen performances at Chicago. 
'Ibis w.iis an average of S2 577 for each renpesenta- 
tion, Thomas' Conceit Company only made £11,164 
during its season, and Soldene 32,286,50. or $163 for 
eaeh performance. Mesdames De Mnrska, Phillips, 
and Urso, made decided failures of their endeav- 
ors to reap a golden harvest in tbe great central 
metropolis. 

A trial of skill between two contortionists, Wm. 
Gaylord and a Japanese named Tomey, recently oe- 
cured in St. Louis. The wager was ^l.uOO, and the 
decision was to be based upon "grace, skill and 
difficult work." Tomey stood on a high and un- 
stable pile of tubs, slowly bent backwards until the 
top of bis head touched the level of his feet, and 
rose to an erect position without losing his balance. 
Gaylord bent his body back in a hoop until his feet 
were caught under his chin, and in that posture 
trotted around on his hands. The stake was 
awarded to Gaylord, though his feat is said to have 
been the easier of the two. 

charlotte Thompson is at her Newport villa for 
the Summer. 

Georgia is described as being "in raptures" over 
a new candidate for public honors— Madame Mur- 
reU. young, beautiful and very intelligent, and said 
to possess a voice of marvellous compass and 
sweetness. 

The Warm Spring Indians, under Donald McKay, 
visited Staten Island on the 14th. and encamped on 
the beach at TompkinsviUe. The news that the 
c&pturers of Captain Jack and bis Modoc friends 
were in the village spread rapidly, and a crowd soon 
gathered on the heights overlooking the shore. 
After gazing for an hour the boys commenced to 
harass the Indians by throwing stones, sod, and 
Band upon them. At first the Warm Springers, who 
numbered less than ten, merely shook their flsta as 
a warning, but fin din g their assailants incorrigible a 
brave dressed in a high white hat and long overcoat, 
dashed frantically up the bank, grabbed a small 
loafer by the ear, held him against a fence for five 
minutes, meanwhile uttering his guttural gibberish, 
and searching his person as if for a scalping knife. 
For a few moments there was peace, when a young- 
ster, more forward than the rest, crept slyly up be- 



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hind an Indian chief, standing majestically in his 
blanket, and plucking a feather from his bead ran 
away. The infuriated Indian at once followed tbe 
boy, and seizing a stone knoced him fiat with the 
missile, and recovered the feather. Then a squaw 
was hit with a sod, and while one ot the braves dis- 
persed the crowd, the other caught a boy and was 
about to bite, his nose off, when a policeman saved 
him. All the afternoon and evening the loafers 
hovered about the red men, calling tbem names. At 
last an old Indian was struck in the face with a 
stone from some unknown hand, and Dry Creek 
Charley, Warnie. and Cahargen rushed upon the 
crowd, and the former struck a young man named 
Charles Joces, of TompkinsviUe, on the back of the 
neck with a brickbat, knocking him sen'eless to the 
ground. Jones fell upon a heap of glass, and sus- 
tained cuts about the haods. The Indians were ar- 
rested, and subsequently discharged. 



The Toons Man. Irom tbe Cast. 

" Im a stranger in this city, 
Pm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to all the restauranw, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Jjf the old fashioned kind.** 

"Well, I can tell yon," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STBEET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, 'THE SADDLEROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the placo, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private room*, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 

Tbe Old Mint Kesianrant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the bon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
ChopB, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate, D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Mint" a trial N. R Open to 2:30 A. M. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-l 



Tuls Is Interesting to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Schafer & Co, long in the wholesale business 
have tbe largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. Tney retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer & Go's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 



A Word to the TTlsc, etc. 

- It is generally known, but there ts not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vanderslice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelrj and Precious Stones are e-qua 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. * 



California Institute for the Core or 
SianimerlnB 

And impediments m speech, slipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at 632 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hote 1 .— under the charge of Dr. 
Js. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected X>f means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. Tbe patient must be present 
Terms reasonable. Cares guaranteed in all cases. 



Bate -which are flats ! 

If you want a good, honest hat, made o! good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" flat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Strmmer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in tbe city. N. E.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. _ * 

Bnrbiiardt's 540 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for £6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys' boota made to order for 8$; 
and large assortment of boota and shoes, all at 
Burkhardfa own make, at equally low Bales, at 540 
Washingten street. u 

Terrlll and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street The best 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city — has 17 front windows. Rooms for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors. u 

D-ou'i Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
■J. A. Sbaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save fully 25 percent, by buying of them. Their 
motto is : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra profits. l 

Laughing Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth witbaut pain by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire 
safety in the mos t difficult cases . 

Palmer Bros. 

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PLAINTAIiK. 

What Trill Become of this Country ? 

is the cry of a eood many, when they notice the 
dayly increasing arrival of those accursed Asiatic^ 
Why itdoeau't take a prophet to answer this crea- 
tion! Just as smely. as you read this, the h^rrora 
of civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
oan people will pay dearly for ite own Solly, not 
alone lor cot havhug stopped thlB BurgiBg tide of 
China emigration in time, but also .or haying fat- 
tened this vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
come Ku numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up the country aitogther, or by a coup 
de main, free it from it. f 

But to come to the point. Those persons who cry 
luudest against this China pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving tbem employment 
either dlreet or indirect; then what else do you call 
it, wlicn they, thinkingthemselves unobserved sneak 
into Chinese wajshhouses or cigar stands and other 
such like establishments- — in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar — at tbe same time squandering 
hundred fold the ainoun* in drinking, gambling and 
for other things to bud and numerous to mention 
here. In the name of common nense, is this not 
the highest of lolly ? 

Ia ft then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves. Surely by so doing, we would 
have leas idle men, woman and children among us, 
the prisonslesa crowded, andbave badsomethingelfle 
besidus wondchoppina and getting out railroad ties 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country, of the great numbers of ruined 
trades— let U3 only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories In this city, which are al- 
most entirely in tbe hands of Chinamen, with tbe 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stem the 
tidt;, but wiil surely also succumb to their rivals for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up. 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAN'S & CO.. Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street, es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides their 
celebrated oigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar, 
the beat smoking article in market), alsomannfac- 
turo a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
Biullantew, which br.iiid if retailed all over the 
city and country towns, for 5 cents each. Now, did 
you ever hear oi a Chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana cigars at that price! We did not. Surely 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized— or has it come already to this— that 
they should wear a tail, in order to Bell their geods 1 
Tltis country may come to this yet. ju§-Im 



Medical Advirets. 

DB. W. K. DOHERTTS 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. TV. It. DOIIEKT V returns his sin- 
cere thanks to his numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF T HE LTJNOS. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and GENITOURINARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes bis long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 
practice of many years In Europe and the United 
States he is enabled to apply the most efheicnt and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, ehaxgea moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing la society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, auel 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. U. DOHEBTY, 11. D , 

mhll-tf San Francisco, Cal. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 033 Kearny Street. Corner of 

Commercial, Saa Fr&nciscc. '^r'ranoe on 
Commercial. Established in 185», for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all pfcyai- 
cal conditions or Weaknoss consequent 
upon tbe errors or Ignorance of the sexes. Skin dae- 
eaae (of years' standing) and rheumatism, suocesB- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly tbe 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
Impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbos 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. P. GIBBON, Box 195T. San 
Francisco. na25-tf 



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GRAND MIMfU COMB Ni i 
Monday, July 5, '75 

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MAMMOTH PROGRAMME PART I. 



PART II. 

DUTCH SPECIALTIES.- - KIMIC 

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DOMESTIC TROUBLES ! ! 

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THIS EVENING 



JULY 5 



•k end at the Salur La«t ami Mut Sucotseful PUy, ullU* 




\m ■••tnnnlir vnrr). *1- « li.inl. «l I.fTrrl* and 4 ppornlntrnt* hy Wrun. W. T. FOItTlR. I . SK I 



I It W kllOlhl. 1. (.OHHtlAV I t< 

liali lama Uhree, "Uraoa Uall*," "The .T-ig of Punch,'" 
- of Irish melody hat* teen IntcrwvTeu 
i« •xprvaely escaped for tho occasion. 



UMATB AM* I'KIU 



Laughable Teutonic Farce 



SHOEMAKER'S DEBTS! 

•id RinRiruuk Kim< 

Mr*. BIlBlilrlkark - Mr*. Wur> vtorlt inurr 

PrMtv MjJln.tr Mim St. Leon 

Bill Kji*-i The Butcher... Frank M< 

■ la eWc Ml* !»«« 

Groerrymsu) T. Bhapcot 

Mr. Williams 



The Uiuii Prices ! Box Sheet Now Open ! 



HI KV. JOH« TOURIM I . 

Nrvr W il airs, the 

"ArT*h W Km," and mauy 

with »cl t tnt *■■*■ lull anJe&dent c 

play take* plao* in County INfO, The u me— present. 

< 1IT. niMIM I » LI ■.. Kngllsli *>fflorr. commanding a detachment at Ballyra^gett II. J. HONTU.I I, 

V |-..iina Irish ■entlomen, wader s'ntenoe a* a Fenian, In love with Arte O'He-le,. NELSON Dl 

The 1'arlih Pilot ol Builabef, Ms Tutor and Guardian HENRY KTlV 

W. * 

i i , . A««nt, in dlniulao «f a reaAant, under the name of kcach ROHERT PATI.HAN 

COM, THE .sIIAUUHKAUN DION UoUClCAULT 

The Sjool of every Fair; the life of every Funeral; tlio Pint Fid. Do at all Weddings ami Patterns. 

.Of tho 41H C H MEHTAYFR 

/ FRANK . 

> Peasants. ■' K N THAYER 

IM.VLK . 1 I MTTRRY WOODS 

J \ 

liEALE In lovo with Robert 

CLAIRS FFOLIOT A Sligo Lady 

K ELLY Coon's Mother 

MuYA Father Dolan's Niece, in lovo with Conn ■ 

BRIDQBT MADIGAN \ Keeuor (Uer first appearance at this Theatre) , 

NANCY' MALt'Nt A Keener 

PEA8A NTS SOLDIERS CONSTABULAK Y. 

THB ACTION OP THE! ^»X-».A m V. 

ACT L—BfMWm 1-Sullabag. The hom« of two Iriib. girls-the visit. Moliueux aeoks a day's sport and finds game he did not ex- 
pect. Tbe two guardians. Father Dolan flvei Kinchela a i-i. ■, ■■■ .if his mind, The Police Agent. T ho unexpected visitor. 
I 2— Tbe Blankets. Conn's cupbosnl. The Fugitive. Two lovers, A ring at too bell. 

s« tst 3- The exUrior of Father Dolan's. The- Rbaugbraun. Conn goes hunting. Moya and her sweetheart. 

g) rsi; 4 -The home of the Pariah Priest. Conn makes a clean breast of it. The Fugitive's return. Tbu Prieat'a fire Bido. Home 
again. The knock at the door. The Arrest. 

ACT 21.— Scene 1.— A room in Ballyragget Hoime. The counter-plot. The murder planned. 

Si uri >— Father Dolan's. Clalro and Moliueux find each other out, 

. 3— The Barrack-room. How Robert F folliott fell Into the trap and played into the hands of his foes. 

s bk« 4— Mra. ()' Kelly's Cabin. Conn gets a letter and is bothered; he breaks away from bJB mother's apron strings. 

BCDI 5— The gate tower. The ambush and the escape. 

Scene 6— The Blaskets. Conn and Robert hunted. How Conn played the fox. 

Si m 7— RaibgaiTon Head. How Claire Ffolliot played the Decay-duck and snared theCaptain, 

Siexe 8— The ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey. The love tryst. Arte and Moya at the appointed spo t. The bait and the trap. 
Harvey Duff makes a mistake and gives a signal. The Shaughraun takes a Hue out of him and gets a fall. 

ACT III.— Scene 1— Mrs. O'Kelly's cuhiu. The amnesty. A %ht breaks in upon Mollneaux. An unexpected interview. 

RruNE 2— The wake of Conn the Shaughraun. Ureat News. Conn hears a deal of good news about himself. A surprise. 
Two unwilling guides. 

Si-ese 3— The shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

Si.ese 4 -Tbe coot's nest Harvey Dun! gets into a Moxm corner. Kinchela cem.es to a bad end. Father Dolan gives his cod sent 



MAC KLIN 
..MISS CARR1K WYA1T 
MISS BELLA 1AI I MAN 

MRS. Jl'DAII 

MJSS JKKK1E LEE 

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Olfrlaw Orchr.lro 

THE URKAT riBAAATSB 

Alll Bartooe. 



NATURE and PHILOSOPHY 

MIrs LoalH Lee 

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Matt Kelly 

FowiamouTD one 

Devoy..... Howard Auil Stewart 

BaU4d fwfASttlr KpIIj 

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in nil mim; and dance iiakry ditov 

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To conclude with 



And His LIVING SHADOWS 



GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT 

TENDERED TO 

ivtr. ar. n. GrO&B, 

By the Company of the PALACE VARIETIES, 

F 1 x , i<3.cay, July &. 

tiliulaslon «5 cents 

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SANTA JHONICA. 

Tbus far Southern California has lacked 
• commercial city Lne Angelee, has. per- 
hskpe, more oearly than any other place, 
sUtempted to supply this want, hut Loe 
Angeles baa never been qnite able to offset 
Ilia great diaadvaotago of a harbor so de 
festive as almoei to be worthless. The 
United Htato* (rOTenuoeut has expended 
ever half a million dollars on San Pedro 
Bay without apparent beneficial result, and 

retgfit and pasw offers are discharged Into 
lighters, thviice carried several mile* up a 
narrow, shallow, muddy creek, and tinally 
eueoobexked iu a swamp, twenty-six miles 
by rail from Los Angeles. 

Twenty miles north of San Pedro and 
directly west of Loe Angelee, from which 
H Is hut fourteen miles distant, lies the 
■eautiiul bay of Santa Monica. The bar- 
bot Is so much better than San Pedro, 
that, during a recent gale, wbile the- 
atesuner was unable to discharge into a 
lighter at ttio lattor place, but carried her 

argo mi to Ban Diego, e schooner unloaded 
•4 Santa Monica lumber for tbe construc- 
tion of the wharf at that point. This wharf 

a two thousand feet in length, and reaches 
a point where there Is thirty feet of water 
at low tide. From tlie wharf to Los An- 
•alos the road luM ol the proposed railroad 
Is graded ; the ties are contracted for. and 
eoomgh iron has been purchased and 



shipped to construct the road a distan 
of lor-y miles. The pn.is grading throufi 
Oajoa Pass Is also nearly done, and means 



have been secured to construct the road 
to Independence within a twelvemonth. 

That Santa, Monica is to bo the futnro 
city of Southern California, will I . . i 
conceded after an examination of Its 
many advantages. 

The fnturo dty of the Southern Coast. 

Tbe Long Branch of the Pacific. 

The terminus of two trans-continental 

roads. 
Twelve miles of beautiful beach for riding 

and driving. 
A soil of unexampled fertility. 
A site of unsurpassing beauty. 
The terminus of tho Los Angeles and In- 

depondunoo Railroad. 
-Commanding tho trade of Paaamint, 

Ooso, and Oerro Gordo. 
Serrounded by 100,000 acres of land for 

<>range, Ollvo and Lemon Orchards. 
Twelvf mllea from Los Angeles. 
A harbor where vessels can nnd shelter in 

any storm. 
Thirty feet of water at the wharf at low 

tide. 
Abundant water from living springs arte 

stan wells and ordinary wells. 
Streets and bit* have a natural grade 
Oliimate the most delightful to the world. 



To merchants desiring to commence bus! 
nee* of any kind. 

To mechanics seeking to establish them- 
selves in a thriving locality. 

To Invalids looking for health and profit. 

To all who wish to make safe and profita- 
ble Investments, 

SANTA MONICA 

W'i • eioil UJviUuf opportunity. 




ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SA1VTA MONICA. 

INCLUDING BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA FARMS, 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION,.- < ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Terms of sale will be made known through the public press. No lots die-posed of at private sale mitil after the aut i 

For Maps, Pamphlet*, and general information In regard to the proponed city, apply at Santa Monica, or at # 

The San Francisco Office of the Santa Monica Land Company, 330 Pine St,. Poom 8s 



)KGAN OP AlttUSEMENTS. 



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53* MERCHANT STREET, 

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MONO/* Y JULY 5 



CLAIM 1IOI.if.IJ AS LADY MACBETH. 

"Misa Clara Morris," says the iV. Y. 

Spirit of the Times, in reviewing the pa3t 
. ■ ■ «■.!].. in many ■ 
i the great Mile. Rachel, made an 
pt to emancipate herself from the 
objectionable school of French playa with 
which her nameU associated. The attempt 
and not the deed confounded her. She 
chose legitiaaa ra utterly beyond 

herBpb.ere. Her Lady Macbeth was noth- 
ing like aa bui tea tried to make 
it out to have be*n. It had some few ex- 
cellent qualities. The great temptation 
scene was probably never bettei . 
any :.■ I it was by Miss Morris, 
and th which most peie ins im- 
agined was to have been the orowning 
point of the i erf.Tin.ince, was certainly 
Dover more wretchedly acted. It was sim- 
ply an hysterical exhibition as like the 
operatic E De Afurska in Lucia 
Din r..h.' as anything could pOB'sibly 
have been. In the banquet scene, in her 
y to make unto herself a conspicu- 
I i itial piece of business, Miss 
Morris simply made a 3eries of egregious 
blunders. She was, in the first place, 
dressed in a manner unbecoming any ed- 
ucated woman who undertakes the part of 
Lady Macbeth. A white brocaded silk, an 
interminably long.scarlet velvet train edged 
with ermine, a low-necked gown and white 
kid gloves with double buttons, are about 
as much in keeping with the costume of a 
Scottish queen of the eleventh century as 
was -well let us say— that green and red 
Gothic chamber scene in which a part of 
the play was acted, or Mrs. Siddons' famous 
black velvet aud diamonds, the original 
of which deck her effigy in wax at Tussad's 
exhibition, and in which that grand lady 
was wont to freeze the blood of her specta- 
tors as the Cawdor's wife and Scotland's 
dreaded queen. In the next place, Miss 
Morris, contrary to the logic of the sublime 
play in queation, gave vent in the banquet 
scene as she left the stage to a prolonged 
and silly fit of whimpering, well enough 
suited to the consumptive Camille, but ut- 
terly beneath the dignity of Lady Macbeth. 
Why is it only when she is asleep that we 
catch a glimpse of the troubled and ago- 
nized conscience of that awful creation 
called Lady Macbeth? Simply because 
her feelings are so concentrated, so kept 
under control, that even her attendants 
cannot perceive au iota of the fearful men- 
ial tortures she is enduring. A smile 
wreathes her lip3, and her words are 
honeyed, but her heart, her heart is break- 
ing all the while with auguishand remorse. 
God, in his greatest meicy, could not have 
granted a greater boon to this poor wretch, 
that the power of weeping. Then, per- 
haps, her pent-up feelings would have 
found their vent, and she would never have 
walked in her sleep or died mad. No, Miss- 
Morris, believe us, Lady Macbeth was 
never seen to weep or wring her hands by 
mortal eyes. Her palace never heard her 
sobs awaken its echoes, and the gossipers 
who surrounded her, never had the satis- 
faction of seeing her shed a tear, until 
when, at last, her iron will was dulled in 
sleep, her shattered form* was forced auto- 
lnuticHlly out of its bed, and obliged to 
wander abroad, and the miserable creature 
unwittingly told her awful secrets to her 
trembling attendants, but only when in a 
state of profound somnambulism. This is 
the great point of the character, and re- 
mains the same, whether Lady Macbeth be 
represented as a blonde or as an Ethiopian, 
as tall or short, thin or fat, in mind and 
nature tigerish or simply catishly feline. 
"When this" play was revived some years 
ago at Drury Lane, Miss Atkinson, a very 
stagey actress, played the partof the Lady, 
but did a sublimely artistic piece of acting 
in this self-same banquet scene. The stage 
represented a rude but grand hall of Nor- 
man architecture. The festal tables were 
spread with plentiful but coarse viands, 
such as the half savage barons of Scotland 
of that period were wont to relish. 
Torches illumined the feast, and a huge 
wood fire burned "in the vast chimney. 
When the stage was emptied of its rune 
guests, the King and Queen stood aloue 
for awhile in silence ; then spoke, and 
Macbeth left the chamber. Not so the 
Lady. From off her head she took her 
glittering emblem of royalty, looked long 
upon it, aud then went deliberately back 
to her throne and seated herself in a grand 
but somewhat cramped attitude, like that 
of an Egyptian statue. The lightB grew 
less and less brilliant, the fire burnt low, 
and the curtain fell upon a tableau of un- 
surpassed pathos. The desolate and guilty 
Queen sat upon her lofty throne in her 
strange but majestica*l pose, the very incar- 
nation of Shakespeare's dread but mystical 
creation, which is still a riddle to mankind. 
And all around her was desolate, ruined 
and forlorn. An abandoned banquet and 
a hall full of gloomy and awful shadows, 
presided over by a woman, guilty beyond 
measure, and whose torments of conscience 
are already beginning to drive her to dis- 
traction. 

■ ■*»»- — 

Clara AntonU, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical On r,..\:uit :,n<l Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 1844 Post street, near Dupont. Correct di- 
aguoelsiuid ejx^nj attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
Enghflh. 6-0 

A Mucninccnt Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, "the best Ha- 
vanae, and for a hot lunch day and Light, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Charnberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 



Lost Vow by Shlniinyl 

As a rule there isn't a better ciA.' 1 * of P eo " 
ple in fie world to deal with than the Ger- 
man*: but occasionally you will Hnfc <mo 
whose i ■ liniff certain buisn-^sa 

b aosactions are peculiar 1 . Fo r 

er to the 
Lowell Journal recentlj called to advertise 
a tost cow, and according to the long estab- 
lished custom of this well n 
shop, we immediately wrote up the notice 
tion. 
"Vl I . i ■ . ■ 1 our friend, | 

the butt end of his whip on our little sum 
of multiplication. 

We informed him that it would cost him 
so much for advertising his lost cow three 
■ 
"Yoa make me \<:\y for dar?" 
"Certainly; we always take pay, for ad- 
vertisini . 

"You takes pay. en? Veil, dat is von 
tarn ahvindle, f shcribe mit dat 
papers d< rs, und now you sharge 

me yoosfe fur vot leutle advertise uv mine 
gow. ' 
"Cut we—" ■ 

"You ehtop my Shournal bapers.*' 
"But you—" 

"You ulitop mine Shournal bapers, tmd I 
got some more in Daytray, by shimmy, 
and you gome little end dathoru oud." 

"But sec here, my friend " 

"I go right away und dond got sheated 
mit you, py krashus. Tink you got some 
sleep mit a veasel, dond you? Sharge me 
yoost for advertise vou gow ! It vas better 
uv you dond got me med ven I gome here, 
und I scribe mit dat Shournal more as tree 
year, but you makes me med und you stop 
mine bapers before I got it next dimes 
Dat ish vat man I am kind uv, py shim- 
my I" 

We tried to explain; we tried in vain; we 
lost him and a three-weeks advertisement 
of a "lost gow, by shiminy !" 



Stray nits and Stolen Bits. 

"I go through my work," as the needle 
said to the idle boy. "But not until you 
arc pushed hard," as the idle boy said to 
the needle. 

Matchless maid — The kitchen girl out of 
lucifers. 

•■ A man who commits suicide takes a rash 
step; but he who eats bacon for breakfast 
takes' a rasher. 

How to meet a man of doubtful credit. 
Take no note of him. 

Twelve bald-headed men were drawn on 
a jury at Cairo, aud the judge refused to 
go on with the case until six of them were 
replaced by good and true men. He said 
his court-room couldn't be made a circus of 
uo how. 

Brother Talmage says that Brooklyn to- 
day eats scandal, drinks scandal, talks scan- 
dal, swears scandal, lies scandal, sleeps 
scandal — to which may be added moulds 
candle, sells caudle, buys candle, lights 
candle, snuffs candle, and blows candle 
out. 

A boy in San Antonio, Texas, put a 
rainbow hued Easter egg i Q a hen's nest, 
and she fancied she laid it herself. She 
was an old, experienced hen, but she cack- 
led herself to death in fifteen minutes. 

"When a youth of ten has utilized the old 
man's best hat to tan rat skins in, it requires 
iron nerve on the part of the parent to 
stroke the ruined article gently with his 
sleeve and murmur pleasantly ;" Boys 
will be boys." 



The White Race vs. tlie Mongolian. 

This is the season of the year that the invasion of 
California by the Chinese barbarians is renewed. 
Thousands of emigrants, Christians by color, edu- 
cation and civilization are also swarming to this 
Land of Gold, induced to come by higher wages 
and a prosperous State. But the question arises will 
this prosperity last long,«if the fact remains much 
longer, that this wretched scum of a leprous race 
find employment immediately on their arrival 
through the agencies oi their companies, while 
many of our emigrants are seeking work in vain, 
until tired and disgusted they return East. In the 
face of this crying evil there is one firm in this city 
who?e names ought to be emblazoned in letters of 

fold ; for they, notwithstanding tbey run a Cigar 
'actory, employ none but white men. The firm 
we refer to is Gordon & Burke. No. 842 Market 
b treat, opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
ers to patronize them, not only because they employ 
White Labor, but because they keep the very finest 
brands of Cigars both Imported and Domestic, and 
the beat quality of Tobaccos, Snutfs, etc , 



JHanncers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of U. F, Sterctt, 6S2 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiful Procraiumcs, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
s'antly on hand a fine Hue of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the tjrices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain" white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from IS to 42 
l.ich letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre Managers are 'especially invited to 
Call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the preaeut proprietor In 18nO 
and has been in successful operation ever sii.ee. 
t 3-cj 

"Chicago Moving Westward." 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Messrs. T. & D. Lund}*, who have just opened at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's church, 
with the fluent aaartrtment ever imported to this 
coast cf black walnut, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stored, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc., etc., all of which they furnish 
on easy payments. 

The Antelope Oyster Ilon.se. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 186-1. Wo. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B.— Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. b 



i fter. 



If Vou 

Feel the need of Tihoephorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water huha at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell streot, N ~'b Beach. Excluisve department 
.and lady aW*u . for ladies, Five tickets for §1, 

6-Q 

IPhotoffraohte. 

Edouart & Oobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Painting which are superior to either Oi 
or Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
oral photographi c work guarante ed. 9-bh 

Fine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
Calender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
.one assortment of cbuins, jewelry, etc. Call and 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the Califonu'a The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully freseord and is 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. z 



The original "Swain's Bakeiy**lls now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 

For Perfect -Fit tins Roots 

Go to Janies Matthews, the A 1 bootmaker and 
last maker, 527 Sacramento street. 

Millinery Ciooo% ' 

Wholesale and retail, 
Market street. 



at Palmer's, 726 to 734 



Dr. Chas. C. O'Donnell (late U. S. A.), office 
and residence 825 Kearny street. The treatment 
I women and children a specillty. z 

Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 

Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. 



W*n the Bet, 

At Pioche, Nevada, not long ago, a party 
of ladies expressed a desire to inspect the 
workings of the Laymond Mine, aud were 
accord i i '■. into the lower depths 

by Mr. Andrews, the foreman. After 
satisfying com creation 

tjirned upon the mean . and the 

fatigue : ■ "■ ladders 

with which the shaft is furnished, where- 
upon one of the fair visitors Bj id that she 
believed she could climb the ladder herself. 
After Bome badinage Mr. Andrews 

f! the lady that be would present 
ler with a handsome silk dress if she 
climbed from one of the levels to another 
alone, a perpendicular height of 200 feet. 
The challenge was no sooner made than ac- 
cepted, and the dauntless lady climbed the 
ladder for the specified 200 feet, a task that 
few men except miners would care to un- 
dertake. Mr. Andrews is uow of the opin- 
ion that if instead of 200 the ladder had 
been 1000 feet in length, the lady woidd 
have climbed it, if there was to be found a 
silk dress ou reaching the top. 

Do Not Snfler from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cab. find instant re-lie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. M. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. h 

Bay State Oyster and Chop House, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 
Give us a trial. . 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 oents to §5 00, at 72B to 
734 Market street. 



DIVIOEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

The Board of Directors of this Society 

a i for the i^ali ye ir ending 

June 30, 1875. ^'- the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 

i.nnura un term deposits and hovou and one-half 

oo on ordinary deposits, free 

.L tax, payable on aa'l after July 15, 1875. 

Jy2-2w Olio. LKTTJ3, Secretary. ' 



1>!MI»LJII* KOTICE. 

The Land M orfcane tlnion and .StitIrsh 

Bmk of California, 5IJ4 California street, 

For the u.uart*r ending with June 30th, 

1875, a dindend has been JorJarod at the rat* 
(8) per cunt, per annum nn Ocdinaiy £>e- 
ee of Federal* t and^after 



July tfth, ld75. 

Jyl-lm 



JOHN T. CARTER. 

Secretary. 



Palmer Bros. 

Keep the ''Crown" Perfumery, the best in use 
7"26 te734 Market street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



UCAiniol BUSINESS 

HEALD'S} eoLLI8ff 

24 POST STREET, SAN FPvANCISCO. 

ThlA School Is Designed to Edneate 

pupils for the practical affairs of life. It makes 
Business Education fa specialty; yet its instruction 
is not confined to Bookkeeping and Arithmetic 
merelf, but gives such broad culture as the times 
how demand. Thorough instruction is given in all 
the brancho* of an Euglish education, and Modern 
Languages are practically taught. The discipline 
of the school is excellent, and its system of Actual 
BOBZHfiSS Practice is unsurpassed. No pupils 
of bad character will be admitted, For full par- 
ticulars call at the College, or address, for circulars, 
E. P. HEALD, S<m Franoisco. jy2-3ni 



1HVIDESD NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety. 512 California Street. 

The Directors Iliive Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths 19 &-I01 per cent per 
aununi on Term Deposits, and Eight 18) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Dojx>sita, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875. free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on aud after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHTSHOLM, Secretary 



dividexdnot-m:e. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For ihe half year end tup: with Jane 

30tb, 1375, a dividend ha3 been declared at the rata 
of nine ('.') per cent per imuuin ou term deposits and 
seven and one half (7i) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th. 1875. Per order. 
je28-lm LOVKLL WHITE, Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST.. MASONIC TEMPLE, 

Ban Fbanotsoo. 

Guarantee Capital..." $170,000 

Money Bccelvcd on Term an<l Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
Oanadas; also, London, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
the patronage of all persona. 

WH. H. CULVER, President. 
je23-6m . H. T. GRAVES. Secretary. 



t*o n § ®*, 




3F» J&. Xj ACS. 

The Most Respectable Place on the 
PACIFIC COAST. 

337 Susli ®treot T 

Above Maguire's New Theatre. 

Terrapin Stews, 

oaladx, Deviled Crabs, »<wu H-.C-LH,. V i 
Pan Roasts and Par Excellence, Shreivsbu 



. Shrimp Salnds, Crab 

Salads, Deviled Crabs,_ Welsh Kare-Bit3, our own 
Pan Roasts and Par . 

Saddle Rock Oysters fresh from our < 

Bids every morning, Chops, Steaks, Ice Creams and 
the best of Wines and Cigars. " 



specialty. N. B. 



Oyster Fricassees a 
Elegant private parlors for fami- 



lies and select parties up-stalrs. 

CHAALUS n.lACKE, 



G00DEU0UGH 




io. I 77 Jessie Street. 



SAN 



F)UKC!JCO 

— A.MP 



BATHS 



Kairdressing iisiablishment. 

636 Washington sfreel. 
below Kearny. WtlCEb RE-- 
DUCED: Baths. C J> cents. Shav- 
ing, 25 cents, Bair cuttlnc. 25 
cents. Shampooing, 25 cents. 
Medicated Baths. ee$-if JOHN GRIEP 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



Commercial and 411 Clay Sts. 

jaSO-U 



GEO. A. CA8E, 

X> 33 3NT TX « T « 

212 Kearnr Street, 

Between Sutter and Bush streets 

Dentistry in all it. branches, at reasonable rate. 



GJESORGB MATES, 
Dealer In Oysters, Clams, and. 
all kinds of SHELL FISH. Stalls Nos.' 
40, 41.43. California Market, entrance 

on California street. 

Public or private parties and families supplied 
from 6 A. M.to 12 F M. Ladle3* and Orentlemei. ' 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 a, at. to 12 p. m,.' del 



Mahogany Leaf 

FINE-CUT 
CHEWING TOBACCO ) 

Manufaeiurcd by tiie 

CCNSOUQATED TOBACCO CO. 

....OF.... 

Choice Ripe Mahogany California- 
Grown L«af, 

CURED BY THE GULP PROCESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

....AND.... 

MOBE NATURAL SUGAR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 

For sale in < :>» to suit at 

NO. 207 FRONT STREET, 

....BY THE.... 

Consolidated Tobacco Co. 



je25J0t 



E. BKIGG9, Agent. 



THE 



CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING 0CE2N!" SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING TOUR V-'IKBI 

BRING TOVK PAHILTI 
BRING YOUR LADT FRIENDS 

And enjoy . ritiw of tbo tHvst OOEAN P ANO* 

KAMA IN T11C WORLD, ill in sight oi, 

tbo .orld-renown.d 

Golden Grate. 

With . fleet of whrto.winirod mt*&eoo2»n .ntoruit 
front evetr PMtoi the oommorciftl world. 

MF-New Line Liossea, oanneotlng with SttMt 
Oue st Lone Mcnoiftin over. H minaMc nerctftej 
for the Uliff Hoqmi irt-tl 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Mantel Clocks and Uronzes, 

AND..., 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

The Present Qn:irtors tin vine to ne va- 
cated for the New Building of the S. F. Board of 
Brokers, 

335 Pine Street, 

Will Offer His Entire Stock at 

MUCH JREDUCED PRICES. 

jel7-lm 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

I0S KEARNY STREET. jell-la 



SOQTT'S 

VARIETIES 

Fan,. Pleasure, Variety 
Beauty. 

KTO J ECgT T.A.Jj. 
In this Plea >;:idReso 

ONX CAN " 

Pass an K\76nln 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Songs and Daorcs, both <los anil Fancy, 
A EEC-1 L.US VARIETY SHOW, 

The Proprietor having catered to the wanta of the 

FUK-LOVIKO PUBLIC 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTADTKD A 
Populari(7 I'nequllril ON THIS COAST 

THE PRETTIEST" Of TALENT 



THE FINEST OF EVERlfTHINQ I 

MRS. S. C. SC0JT, P&OPKIETQB 

....OOESEK.... 

Sacramento a " Kearny Sts. 



S. F. & W. P. R^R. & S i EAfflERS. 
Change cf Time. 

On and after Mm inlay, Ttlay Slat, 1875*. 

the ne>v, elegant aud fast Steamer JA&IEa M; 
DONAHUE, Oapt. W. -"Warner, will make two tripe 
daily (Sundays excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. and 3 o'clock P. *., con- 
necting at Donahue L.unliog with the ears tor 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa. HealdsWg, Lytton, Olo- 
verdale. and with attujes for Sonoma, Skagg'a, Mark 
West, Brirtlcit and Highlands Spring, Point Arena. 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Fisk MjILb, 
Gualala, Ukiab. Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Clover- 
dale at 8:10 A. M. aud 3:30 i'. M„ connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Frauciaoo at 
12:40 p. m. and S p. m. Freight received all day. 

THE «;fysi;iw. 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line via 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and bf*t route. 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, seven boors— paaaing the most beautiful 
aud picturesque scenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SUNBAT EXCURSIONS. 

Steamer leaves* Green street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Franoisco at 6:45 
P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

P. DUNAHl/E, President 

F. H. GERDES. G^n'l P. & T. a«l. 

Office, 425 Monisoniery street. nolO-tt 




Zjlhographing, Print Ins. Engraving, 
Book Binding*, Blank Forms, Cer- 
tificates, CtmutiiiK-HoiiBe 
Stationers, 

NO. 306 CALIFORNIA-9T.. SAN FRANOISOO. 
ie22-lm 



LONDON 



Covent Garden! 



THE GATHERING ;PLA0E OP 



THE FASHIONABLE WORLD! 

....THE ONLY.... 

Oyster Palace! 

In ihe City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mal ERWIN ROSSI, Proprietor. 



IMPORTANT to FAMILIES 




TABLE WAR- ANO JLL GOODS 



From which the Silver is worn, Replatod 
in the most durable manner, at the 

San Francisco Gold ;.ud {Silver 
Plating Works 

Noh, 653 and 655 Mission Street, Between 
New Montgomery anil Third Sts. 

A Fine Stock of TABLE WARE for Bale at the 
Lowest rates. E, G. DEANISTON, 

Proprietor. 



BAMM AMT, 

The Finest Balu-HouBe In the World 
wiU open for business on Tuesdny. June 39th. 
Improved Turkish Bath, $-1 50. or Six Tickets for 
$7 50. Refreshments extra. Ladies' days for the 
Turkish Bath.3 will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Baths for Ladies open everyday; 
tntrance on Bagley plaee, off O'Farrell street : for 
Gentlemen 11 and IS Dupont St. DR8. LOR YEA. 
& TRASK, Proprietors. je38-lw 



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Ou Hum M, 



• AX nURCBCO, TUESDAY, JULY «. IKTfc. 



VOL. XXL 



NapaSoda 

SPARKLING DRINK 



Aa Everybody LUM It. 



HALLS SAFES 



537 Market street 

• A.N FHANCINCO. 

FIRE PROOF ! BURGLAR PROOF 
DAMP PROOF! 

Bank Safes, 
Coin Safes, 
Merchant Safes, 
Bullion Safes, 
Residence Safes, 
County Safes, 
Brokers' Safes, 
Vaults, Locks, 

ETC, 33TC. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



PALACE VARIETIES. 

h oxart sTxrrr. near kxarny. 







OS* IMXl 



DION BOUCICAULT! 

Tli«» Irtitti Driimntl-t n.l ( .mi Inn. 

Mi," "LONDOH UStr.' 

JXXtt. 3E3C. j/MOWnFAGrTTKS 

III UTAIN. 

JULY 6 



THIS Evxwmo 



l"uun# lb* v,**k end el Um S.lunl«.. M.t!n«. - B l*-l alio" Ileal SlR-ctevful l'l»J. cut. tied THI 






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v w 



with ud 1 1 
Tbo ecu 

NOUNS! \ » 



< 4T*r. 



.iih >> IITerl* nixl 4pi>otnlm< dIh by Tie.- r.. Yt . T. I'OtltH. F. HEA* 
luriilMl. K. *Tltt( kllol M.. I. •HMWMA.V, Etc. 

twviUfu) ah**, the **OooIla," "Ouiab In mi Chree, "Oran* Dalle." "The Jng of Punch, "' 

of Irish melody hero been interwoven 
N.icot chorus e».pr.-«sty eagagod for tbo occasion. 
The time present 

Enelinh Omatr. commanding a detachmmt at Ballyripectf ft, J. HO\Ttl.l I' 

i. in lore with Arte. 0*> 

-LtlsbcK, his Totor and Guardian HENRY KDW 

W A, MKSI 

Agent, in disguise, of • i"tu**ot. under Ibo uarae of Keach. ROBERT PATKHaN 

CONN, THE flltUUHKAUN IU0N KuUOICAULT 

i ! ol cwry FWr: the 1 If . ■ ol evarj Funeral; the First Piddle at all Weddings and P»t!ernn. 

■•'•■ <l«t C ro H . w i? E 5-^X?5 

mi\i;i\' \ / IliANK KIL1IAY 

JOHN 

V PewulU. < .. . E. N. THAVKK 

MURKY WnOLIS 

....H. MACKLIN 

M1HM CARRIE WYATT 



B 










MISS BELLA PATEMAN 

...MRS. JUf>AII 

MIftB JENNIE LEE 

MRS, JdHN BEFTON 

MISS ANNIE HK:<:s 



R FILLY. 
SfLLlVAN 

■ vv 
A RTF. ii.M ALE Id Iota with Robert 

■ 

. ■ i ■ inn's Mother 

M»'YA Father Dolau's Nfece 

'. MATH'iAN A K ■■■■ j*t appearance at this Theatre) 

NA.MV M ALONE A KmboJ lUVVJI VVi\; 

FEASANTS 90LDLER8 CONSTABULARY. 

TVIB -AOTX-OTtJ 1 OP THE Jf»X^^kTT. 

ACT I ...... Irish girls- tbo vUit. Moliuoux seeks a day's aport and finds game he did not ex- 

• two guardians, i athei Dolan wives Kincheia a piece of Ills mind. Tbo Police Agent. The unexpected visitor. 
3 The Blankets ('"iid'i cupboard. The Fugitive. Two lovers. A ring at ttie bell. 
SCU e 3- The exterior o( Father I'olan'u. The Shaughrauu, Conn «o«a bunting. Moya and her sweetheart. 

I 4 -The homo of the Parish Priest. Conn makes a clean breaut of it. The Fugitive's return. The Priest a fire aide. Home 
.-.- knock at the door. The Arrest. f 

ACT II.— Scene 1.— A room in Bailyragget House. The counter-plot. The murder planned. 

3- Father Dolan's. Claire and Molineux nod eacb other out. 
Scfwe 3— The Bar rack -room. How Robert F folliott fell into the trap and played into tho bands of bis foes. 

, 4— Mrn. i .'Kelly's Cabin. Conn gets a letter and is bothered; he breaks away from hid mother's apron atr Lags. 
Sobhb 5— The gate tower. The ambush and the escape. 
S<jene 6— The Blasketa. Conu and Robert hunted. How Conn played the fox. 

J- Rathgarron Head. How Claire Ffolliot played tho Decey-duck and snared the Captain. 
Scene 8— The ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey. The love tryst. Arte ami Moya at tho appointed spot. The bait and the trap. 
HaiveyDufI makes a mistake and gives ft sigml. The Shaugbraun takes a rise out of him and gets a. fall. 
ACT III.— S< fne 1— Mrs. O'Kelly's cabin. The amnesty. A light breaks in upon Molineanx, An unexpected interview. 
Bcese 2— The wake of Conn the Bhauguraun. Qreat News. Conn bears a deal of good newB about himself. A surprise. 
Two unwilling guides. 
Scene 3— The shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 
^ ene 4— The coot's neat Harvey Duff gets into a warm corner. Kinchela comes to a bad end. Father Dolan given his consent 



MATT Ki 

Mil 

WARD 

I H HALL 



■r.trrr.AR4M i off 

MISS CLAUDE. 



THIS EVENING 



JULY 8 



lli- I'. i(..m.»iK.. will MUMM * -J. '.KAMI 



FIRST 



'.ART. 



n.rrliirc <lr.li..ir« 

;,ii,,i ,,,., n.^ 

ll;.ii|o ^. l.> ITurr> Howard 

CURLING DONE. 

Dot of Thompeoo AnJ Howard 



lUlllHl 

Hong 



HI** < llHKtf- 

tliie«l»- llir«rr 
>i illicit' Kelly 



GEO. 



o. tzzom: 

In HU >(„ , l:ilin -. 



O.rrtun- Orrbr»lrm 



THE GREAT FIRE EATER 



AI 1 1 



a,r"fc>©©. 



Knlliiil «nrplc WHIM 

<'I'»B lli-nry Mtniirl 

dth who Nerer Saw a Woman Miss Louise Lee 

EU» MAggle Brewer 

Juke Geo. 0. Thompson 

Matt Kelly 

H EADaf~ PELT, 

IJevoy Howard And Stewart 



Rallad , 

Smiiu and Unm-e 

It AH All niHS 

Scrln.l'omLe SnnK 

Ill KM SO>« AND DAME 

Ballad... 



Mnsslc Kcllr 

l«ll> FlKR 

Hill) PATCH tw 

>I|HH i hunle 

IIAHUt IIK\»V 

< arrle WHIM 



To coneludo with 



SAM 3BA.7xTlL.IS, 

And His LIVING SHADOWS. 



GRAND 



COMPLIMENTARY 

TENDERED TO 



BENEFIT 



TS/LTC. J" 3R. GOSg, 

By the Companj of the PALACE VABIETIES, 

Farl<3..a,.y. July o. 

Admission !t 25 cents 

Orchcatra ScaM 60 HDU 

Private Hexes »« 50 and S3 00 

Doora open at 7. To commence at 8. 



SANTA JONICfl. | 

Thun far Southern CallfoToix has lacked ! I 
ft commercial city. Lo« Afatcole*. hat, per- 
haps, more nearly than any otber place, 
attempted to supply thin wxnt. bat Los 
Aiifloi has nerer bvoa ijuitc ahle to offset 
the great diaadraDtage of a harbor so do 
fectivri as almost to bo worth!. 
United States Government has expended 
over half a million dollars on S.\a Pedro 
Bay without apparent Wneficial result, and 

reight aod paaar ugi-r* are •li.*chjirh-o-l into 
Ugbters. thence carried several miles up a 
narrow, shallow . muddy creek, aod finally 
diKtaharked In a swamp, twenty-six mile*' 
bv rail from Lon Angelca. 

Twenty miles north of San Pedro and 
directly west of Los Angeles, from which 
it la but fourteen miles distant, lies the 
beautiful bay of Santa Monica. Tho har- 
bor U so much better than San Pedro, 
that, during a recent gale, while the 
steamer was unable to discharge into a 
lighter at the latter place, but carried her 

argo on to San Diego, a schooner unloaded 
at Saota Monica lumbur for the construc- 
tion of the wharf at that point. This wharf 

a two thousand feet In length, and reaches 
* point where there Is thirty feet of wate 
at low tide. From the wharf to Los An- 
geles the road bed of tho proposed railroad 
Is grsdod : the tie" are contracted for, and 
enough iron has been purchased anil 
auipped to construct the road a distance 
of fony mill* The pa-j grading through 
yip*™*"* I" also nearly done, and means 



hare been tweured to construct the mad 
to Independence within a twelvemonth, 

ThatManta-JIonloa Ik to be the future 
<rftyof Southern California, will i- ,. ,;,! 
«oooed*d *fler sai examination of itH 
ji-u.' aoranL^gcn. 

The fcturs i city of tlio H.mUaarn i i , t 

Tho Long Branch of th. r-,. . 1 1 , 

The terminus of two traiis-coatim ntal 

roads. 
Twelre miles of beautiful beach for riding 

and driving. 
Aaeilof unexampled fertility. 
A vlte of vuiHurpaHsiug beauty. 
The terminus of the Los Angeles and In- 

defeii4siioe Railroad. 
ComtaantUng the trade of Panamlnt, 

Coso, and ('orro Gordo/ 
Hurrouadod by 100.000 acres of land for 

Otange, pjlvo and f^emon Orchards. 
Twoive sails* from Los Angel-s. 
A harbor where vessel* can And shelter in 

any stocm. 
Thirty feet of water at th© wharf at low 

tide. 
Abundant water from "living springs arte- 
sian wells aod ordinary wells. 
Street* and lots hare a natural grade ^ 
Climate the moit delightful la the world. 



To merchants desiring to commence bust 
nc»s of any kind, 

To mechanic* Booking to establish them- 
selves in a thriving localita, _ 

To inralids looking fur ImhUh and pro'.t 

»»ffilwho wish to make ssAjand proau- 
b!e larestments, 

SANTA MONICA 




ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SANTA MONICA, 

INCLUDING BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA FARMS, 



t •ra<*". inviting oppoi-t'i-vfty. 



WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION 

Terms of sale will he made kn< wu t .^h tho public preflB. 

and r- d i -.. tniormattan In regard to the proponed city, apply at Santa Monica, or at 



For Map*. Paraph!- 



ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1 875 

No lota disposed of at private sale until aft. i 



The Bifff/wcBa, Office of the Santa Monica Land Comoany, 330 Pine Sl. Poem 8, 




iu of AirusEanjrr^. 



ubUahed Every Day In. the Tear, by 

AT 

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Ee'.ow Montgomery Sao Francisco 



TUESDAY JULY ti 



CLABA MORRIS AS LADY MACBETH. 

"Mies Clara Morris," says the N. ¥. 
.Spirit of the Times', in reviewing the past 
neason at Booth 'a, "who in many waya re- 
aembles the great Mile. Rachel, made an 
attempt to emancipate herself from the 
objectionable school of French plays with 
.which her name is associated. Theattempt 
bnd not the deed confounded her. .She 
chose legitimate characters utterly beyond 
her sphere. Her Lady M.tubeth was noth- 
ing like ae bad as some folks tried to make 
it out to have been. It had aome few ex- 
cellent qualities. The great temptation 
paa probably never better givaa by 
any actress than it was by Miss Morris, 
anil the bleep-walk, which most persons im- 
agined was to have been the crowning 
p-<int of the performance, was certainly 
never more wretchedly acted. It was sim- 
ply an hysterical exhibition as like the 
operatic ravine of De Murska in Lucia 
and "Dinoriih.* as anything could poBaibly 
have been. In the banquet scene, in her 
anxiety to make unto herself a conspicu- 
ous and original piece of business, Miss 
Morris simply made a series of egregious 
blunders. She was, in the first place, 
dressed in a manner unbecoming any ed- 
ucated woman who undertakes the part of 
Lady Macbeth. A white brocaded silk, an 
interminably long, scarlet velvet train edged 
with ermine, a lnw-neeked gown and white 
kid gloves with double buttons, are about 
a& much in keeping with the costume of a 
Scottish queen of the eleventh century as 
was — well let us say— that green and red 
Uothic chamber scene in which a part of 
the play was acted, or Mrs. Siddons' famous 
black velvet and diamonds, the original 
of which deck her effigy in wax at Tussad's 
exhibition, and in which that grand lady 
was wont to freeze the blood of her specta- 
tors as the Cawdor's wife and Scotland's 
dreaded queen. In the next place, Miss 
Morris, contrary to the logic of the sublime 
play in question, gave vent in the banquet 
scene as she left the stage to a prolonged 
and silly fit of whimpering, well enough 
suited to the consumptive Camille, but ut- 
terly beneath the dignity of Lady Macbeth. 
Why is it only wheushe is asleep that we 
catch a; glimpse of the troubled and ago- 
nized conscience of that awful creation 
called Lady Macbeth ? Simply because 
her feelings are so concentrated, so kept 
under control, that even her attendants 
cannot perceive an iota of the fearful men- 
tal tortures she is enduring. A smile 
wreathes her lips, and her words are 
honeyed, but her heart, her heart is break- 
ing all the while with anguish and remorse. 
God, in his greatest meicy, could not have 
granted a greater boon to this poor wretch, 
that the power of weeping. Then, per- 
haps, her pent-up feelings would have 
found their vent, and she would never have 
walked in her sleep or died mad. No, Miss 
Morris, believe us, Lady Macbeth was 
never seen to weep or wring her hands by 
mortal eye3. Her palace never he^rd her 
sobs awaken its echoes, and the gossipers 
who surrounded her, never had the satis- 
faction of seeing her shed a tear, until 
when, at last, her iron will was dulled in 
sleep, her shattered form was forced auto- 
matically out of its bed, and obliged to 
wander abroad, and the miserable creature 
■unwittingly told her awful secrets to ber 
trembling attendants, but only when in a 
I state of profound somnambulism. This is 
i -the great point of the character, and re- 
■m&ins the same, whether Lady Macbeth be 
represented as a blonde or as an Ethiopian, 
as tall or short, thin or fat, in mind and 
mature tigerish or simply catishly feline. 
When this play was revived some years 
ago at Drury Lane, Miss Atkinson, a very 
stagey actress, played the part of the Lady, 
but did a sublimely artistic piece of acting 
in this self -same banquet scene. The stage 
represented a rude butgrand hall of Nor- 
man architecture. The festal tables were 
spread with plentiful but coarse viands, 
such as the half savage barons of Scotland 
of that period were wont to reb'sh. 
Torches illumined the feast, and a huge, 
wood fire burned in the vast chimney. 
When the stage was emptied of its rude 
guests, the King and Queen stood alone 
for awhile in silence ; then spoke, and 
Macbeth left the chamber. Not so the 
Lady. From off her head she took ber 
glittering emblem of royalty, looked long 
upon it, and then went deliberately back 
t" her throne and seated herself in a grand 
but somewhat cramped attitude, like that 
<if an Egyptian statue. The lights grew 
Less and les3 brilliant, the fire burnt low, 
and the curtain fell upon a tableau of un- 
surpassed pathos. The desolate and guilty 
Queen sat upon her lofty throne in her 
strange but majestical pose, the very incar- 
nation of Shakespeare's dread but mystical 
creation, which is still a riddle to mankind. 
And all around her was desolate, ruined 
and forlorn. An abandoned banquet and 
a hall full of gloomy and awful shadows, 
presided over by a woman, guilty beyond 
measure, and whose torments of conscience 
are already beginning to drive her to dis- 
traction. 



Lost Gow by Slil in iny ! 

As a rule tfiere isn*t a better class of peo- 
ple in the world to deal with than the Ger- 
mans; but occasionally you will find one 
whose ideas concerninig certain buisness 
transactions are amusingly pecuilar. For 
instance : A German subscriber to the 
Lowell Journal recently called to advertise 
a lost cow, and according to the long estab- 
lished custom of this well regulated print 
shop, we immediately wrote up the notice 
and figured up the cost of publication. 

"Vat ish dat?" asked our friend, placing 
the butt end of his whip on our little sum 
of multiplication. 

We informed him that it would cost tfm 
so much for advertising bis lost cow three 
weeks. 
"Yoa make me pay for dar?" 
"Certainly; we always take pay, for ad- 
vertising." 

"You takes pay. eh ? Veil, dat is von 
tam shvindle. I shcribe mit dat Shournal 
papers dese tree years, und now you sharge 
me yoost for vot leetle advertise uv mine 
gow." 
"But we—" 

"You shtop my Shournal bapers." 
"But you — " 

"You shtop mine Shournal bapers.imd I 
got some more in Daytray, by shiminy, 
and you gome little end dat horn oud." 

"But see here, my friend " 

"I go right away und dond got sheated 
mit you, py krashus. Tink you got some 
sleep mit a veasel, dond you? Sharge me 
yoost for advertise von gow ! It vas better 
uv you dond got me med ven I gome here, 
und. I scribe mit dat Shournal more as tree 
year, but you makes me med und you stop 
mine bapers before I got it next dime. 
Dat ish vat man I am kind uv, py shim- 
iny!" 

We tried to explain; we tried in vain; we 
lost him and a three-weeks advertisement 
of a "lost gow, by shiminy 1" 



Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
tlruai, 134$ Post sweet, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and Bpecial attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. __^___ fr* 

A MasmlQcent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the beet Ha- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Cbamherlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter. 

If Ton ' ~~ 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water b- H3 at the Sanitarium foot of 
'Powell street, North jh. Exeluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1 

B 6-Q 

Photographic 

Ecouart &, Cobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oi 
or Water Colore. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographi c work guarante ed. 9-bh 

Fine Watches. 

Hbe hest goods at the lowest prices, at H. A, 
Callonder'p, corner of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 



one assor 1 



Won the Bet. 

At Pioche, Nevada, not long ago, a party 
of ladies expressed a desire to inspect the 
workings of the Laymond Mine, and were 
accordingly escorted into the lower depths 
by Mr. Andrews, the foreman. After 
satisfying their curiosity, the conversation 
turned upon the means of egress, and the 
fatigue and danger of climbing the ladders 
with which the shaft is furnished, where- 
upon one of the fair visitors said that she 
believed she could climb the ladder herself. 
After som e bad inage Mr. Andrews 
promised the lady that he would present 
her with a handsome silk dress if she 
climbed from one of the levels to another 
alone, a perpendicular height of 200 feet. 
The challenge was no sooner made than ac- 
cepted, and the dauntless lady climbed the 
ladder for the specified 200 feet, a task that 
few men except miners would care to un- 
dertake. Mr. Andrews is now of the opin- 
ion that if instead of 200 the ladder had 
been 1000 feet in length, the lady would 
have climbed it, if there was to be found a 
silk dress on reaching the top. 

What's In n Name. 

There was an actor married in Paris, the 
other day, whose name was Monsieur 
JaurequiBilesbessadiere. There's a mouth- 
ful for you. It reminds us of the story of 
a French princess, the Princesse de Leon, 
who married an Hungarian general with a 
frightfully long and unpronouncible name. 
When she went shopping she used to say to 
the shopkeeper, in giving her address, "I 
was nee (born) Princesse de Leon, but, as 
to my married name, I never could learn 
it. Ask my servant, and he will tell you 
what it is. , 



The White Race vs. the Mongolian. 

This is the season of the year that the invasion of 
California by the Chinese barbarians is renewed. 
Thousands of emigrants, Christians by color, edu- 
cation and civilization are alao swarming to th.B 
Land of Gold, induced to come by higher wages 
and a prosperous State. But the question arises will 
this prosperity last long, if the fact remains much 
longer, that this wretched scum of a leprous race 
And employment immediately on their arrival 
through the agencies oi their companies, while 
many of our emigrants are seeking work in vain, 
until tired and disgusted they return East. In the 
face of this crying evil there is one firm In this city 
whose names Ought to be emblazoned in letters of 

fold ; for they, notwithstanding they run a Cigar 
'actory, employ none but white men. The firm 
we refer to is Gordon & Burke, No. 842 Market 
street, opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
era to patronize them, not only because they employ 
White Labor, bufbed*u3e they keep the very finest 
brands of Cigars both Imported and Domestic, and 
the best quality of Tobaccos, Snuffs, etc , 

managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions., Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. P, Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over tlve San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned ont in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiful Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
s*antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged fur 
those are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing- House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1S50 
and has been in successful operation ever sirce. 
_ &-cj 

" Chicago Moving Westward.** 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Messrs. T. & D. Lundy, who hare just oponed at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's church, 
with the finest assortment ever imported to this 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc., etc., all of which they furnish 
on easy payments. 

The Antelope Oyster flouse. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters In market 
served up In the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other In 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B. — Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits ui season. ■ 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
yood lunch, ia directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has Just been beautifully fre&cord and it* 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acts. x 



Theoriginal "Swain's Bakery*Vis now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 



For Perfect-Fitting Boot* 

Go to James Matthews, the A 1 bootmaker and 
last maker, 527 Sacramento street. 

Millinery GoodsT 

Wholesale and retail, 
Market street. 



at Palmer's, 736 to 734 



^HIH 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to $5 00, at 729 to 



Stray Hits and Stolen Bits. 

The ingenious little boy, whose mother 
objected to his drawing a picture of Jack 
the Giant-killer on Sunday, was allowed to 
continue his diversion when he called the 
picture, David and Goliath. 

Bum joke! The Centennial of the battle 
of Brandywine will be celebrated with 
spirit 

A man in Illinois broke into the house of 

a widow. She pitched him out of doors. 

A striking evidence of the widow's might. 

Abraua was the 6rst sick man. He had 

Hagar in the wilderness. 

"I go through my work," as the needle 
said to the idle boy. "But not until you 
are pushed hard," as the idle boy said to 
the needle. 

Matchless maid— The kitchen girl out of 
lucifers. 

A man who commits suicide takes a rash 
step; but he who eats bacon for breakfast 
takes a rasher. 

How to meet a man of doubtful credit. 
Take no note of kirn. 

Twelve bald-headed men were drawn on 
a jury at Cairo, and the judge refused to 
go on with the case until six of them were 
replaced by good and true men. He said 
his court-room couldn't be made a circus of 
no how. 

Brother Talmage says that Brooklyn to- 
day eats scandal, drinks scandal, talks scan- 
dal, swears scandal, lies scandal, sleeps 
scandal — to which may be added moulds 
candle, -sells candle, buys candle, lights 
candle, snuffs candle, and blows . candle 
out. 

A boy in San Antonio, Texas, put a 
rainbow hued Easter egg in a hen's nest, 
and she fancied she laid it herself. She 
was an old, experienced hen, but she cack- 
led herself to death in fifteen minutes. 

"When a youth of ten has utilized the old 
man's best hat to tan rat Bkins in, it requires 
iron nerve on the part of the parent to 
stroke the ruined article gently with his 
sleeve and murmur pleasantly ; " Boys 
will be boys." 

A Choice. 

It is said that when an Italian youth ar- 
rives at the age of sixteen he is told to 
stand up before his father and mother and 
say whether he would like to join the 
clergy or the brigands. The majority of 
them join the brigands. In like manner, 
in Massachuseets the boy is. asked whether 
he will be a lecturer or a lawyer. The ma- 
jority choose the lecture platform. To 
afflict their fellow mortals seems to be the 
taste of a majority of mankind. 

How to live Long. 

By declining to eat things that you want 
because they are unhealthy, by going to 
bed early when you want to sit. up, and by 
making your life wretched in a thousand 
ways, you have a chance of living to a'ripe 
old age, if that is any satisfaction to you. 

Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. n 

Da. Chas. C. O'DonkeiiL (late U. S. A.), office 
and residence 825 Kearny street. The treatment 
f women and children a specialty. z 

PalmVr Bros. 

Keep the 'Crown" Perfumery, the best in use 
726 to 734 Market street. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



D1VIDE.VD NOTICE. 



German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

The Board ot L I>ireclors of this Society 

have declared the dividend for the hall year ending 
June 30, 1875, at tho rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
faiinum on term deposits and seven and one-half 
per cent. (7i) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payablo on and afterJulylC. 1875. 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G00DE1T0UGH 




No. I 77 Jessie Street. 

je24-3m 



NEW YORK STABLE 

Carriages 

TO LVT 

At all hours, 
NO. 38 SIXTH STREET, 

Between Market and Mission, San Francisco. 

Particular Attention Paltl to Boarding 

Horses. Team* of Every Description. 

TO LET. 

ieMm C. E TATLOR Jt CO. Proprietor*. 




**■*,$ 






KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



Commercial and 411 Clay Sts. 
ja«)-tf 



OEO. A. CASE, 

212 Kearny Street, 
Between Sutter and Bosh Streets ' _ 

Dentistry in all ita tranche*, at reasonable I 



DIVIDEND NOTICE* 

The Land Mnrtcaee Union and Snvlncx 

V. mk of California. fi;i4 California street, corner of 
Wjebb.— For the quarter ending with June 30th, 
1675, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of Eight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on ana after 
July 6th. 1875. JOHN T CARTER. 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DITIDIi XD N OTICE. 

The California. Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 612 California Street. 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Sis-Tenths (9 tJ-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CSISHOLM, Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Call" 
fornla street, corner Webb. 

For the hair year ending with June 

30tb, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent, per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one haif 17!) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Fer order. ■ 
je28-lm LOVlSIiL WHITE, Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO, 6 POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

San Francisco. 

Guarantee Capital $170,000 

Money Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. . This Bank issues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Boston ami principal Atlantic cities, and the 
Canadas; alBo, London, Paris. Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
the patronage of all persons . 

WH. H. OTTLVEB. President. 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES, Secretary. 



Mahogany Leai 

FiNE-CUT 
CHEWING TOBACCO J 

Manufactured by the 

CONSOLIDATED T3BHCC0 CO. 

....OF.... f 

Choice Rips Mahogany California- 
Grown Leaf, 

CURED BY THE OULP PEOOESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

....AND.... 

MORE N&TUiAL SU8AR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 

For sale in lots to suit at 

NO. 207 FRONT STREET, 

* ....BY IBS.,,. 

Consolidated Tobacco Co. 

jc'25-iot E. BBieCS, Agent. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

R0ARIHG OCEAN! " SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Snppers. 

3RING YOUR tVIBKI 

BKUNG TOUR FAMILY! 
BRING YOUR LAI>T FRIEND* 
And enioT s view of the finest OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA 1ST THtt WOBLP, all In tight ol, 
the world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet of wnrto-wioied izweienRars entering 
from BTory part of the eomatcrclal world. 

••-New Line Basses, ooaneoiing with Scroti 
Oiraat Locy Mo am* in srorj 13 rainatw nera),ft4i 
for the Olifi Hoc .o j -l-il 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Mantel Clocks and Bronzes, 

....AND.,.. 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

TIi« Present Qnnrters having to be va- 

oated for the New Building of the 8, F. Board of 
Brokers, 

335 Pine Street, 

Will offer Ills Entire Slock at 

MUCH KEDUCED PRICES. 

Jel7-lm 




AT GRAY'S MEW MUSIC STORES, 
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SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fnn, • Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

ICO EQT J-A-Xju 
In this PJeasaBtResort 

ONE CAN 

!*««<»*» aa Bveulnc 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Songs and Aance*, both Clos and Fancy. 
A REGVUJl VAKIETV SHOW. 

Tho Proprietor having catered to the wanta oi the 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Yirginia City 

HAS ATTAIUXD A 
Popularity Fnoiallod OW THIS COAST 

THE PRETTIEST" OF TALENT 

....Aim.,.. 
THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

MRS. A. C. SC0JT, PROPRIETOR 

....COKNBK..., 

Sacramento a-tf Kearny Sts. 



S. F. &N. P. R^R.4 STEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

On and after Monday, May 31st. 1875. 

the new, elegant and fast Steamer JAMES M. 
DONAHUE, (Japfc. W. Warner, will make two trir>B 
daUy (Sundays excepted), Leaving Greeo-street 
wharf at 7:30 A. M. and 3 o'clock p. m., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Potaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton, Clo- 
verdale, and with stages for Sonoma, Skagg's Mark 
West, Barllett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena 
SebastopoL Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Fiak Mills ' 
Grualala, Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Olover- 
dale at 8:10 a. m, and 3:30 p. m„ connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
1-2:40 p. jh. and 8 p. M. Freight received all day. 
THE GEYSERS. 
VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Lino via 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and best route 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, aeven hours— passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets aold only at General Ofiice or on 



BinVBAY EXCURSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green Btreet wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6"45 
P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

^ « „„ n „ p - UONAHUE, President 

F. H. GERDES. Gen'l P. & T. Agt. 

Ofiice, 426 Montgomery street. noIO-tf 



H. E. MATTHEWS & CO. 




Lithographing. Printing, Engraving, 
Rook Binding, Blank Forms, Cer- 
tificates, i !ounting-llouse 
Stationers, 

NO. 306 OALIFORNIA-ST.. SAN FRANCISCO. 

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LOKHD03ST 

Covent Garden! 

THE GATHERING PLACE OF 

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD I 

....THE ONLY.... 

Oyster Palace I 

In the City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mal erwin BOSSI, Proprietor. 



IMPORTANT to FAMILIES 




TABLE WAHt AND ALL GOODS 



From wntch the Silver is worn, Beplated 
in the most durable manner, at the 

San Francisco Gold and Silver 
Plating Works, 

Nos, 65S and 655 Mission Street, Between 
New Montgomery and Third Sts. 
A Fine ^tock of TABLE "WAKE for sale »t the 
Lowest rates. , E. G. DEWN1STON. 

Proprietor. 



; „ , 

The Finest Batl-Honse In the World 

will opeo for business on Tuesday* June ^"J*' 

Improved Turkish Bath, SI 50. or Six Tickets for 
87 50. Refreshments extra. Ladies daji lor the 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Baths for Ladies open every day ; 
entrance on Bagley place, off OTarreU Btreetjfor 
Gentlemen, II and 13 Dupont St. DBS. LORYEA 

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DUPLEX fl v J THE BEAT ! 

Characters by the Company. 
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FIRST ArPEAKANCK OF 
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THURSDAY EVENINQ, WALLAOK'S Opera, 



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First Appearance of (be Charming Touoc Prima Donna, MLLE. REDEIVTI. 

BCAjLK OF PRICES. 

Reserved Seats, according to location $1.00, $1.50 anil J&2.00. 

*5"The sale of Seats commences on MONDAY morning, June 28th, at 9 o'clock, at SHERMAN & 
HYDE'S .Music Store, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 

fS-The English Opera Librettos are for sale only at Sherman & Hyde's Music Store, and at the The- 
atre at night, all others unreliable. 

as,The KNABE PIANOS are used by the English Opera Company, kindly furnished by A. L. BAN- 
CROFT & CO., 723 Market street 






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merelr, but give3 auch broad culture aa the times 
now demand. Thorough Inatruotlon is given tn alt 
the branches of an English education, and Modern 
Languages are practically taught. Thrt discipline 
of the school is excellent, and its system of Actual. 
BiTfliNEHa Praoticb is un&urpaasBd, No pupils 
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Above Maguire's New Theatre. 

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Saddle Rock Oysters freah from our own Oyrter 
Beds every morning, Chops, Steaks, Ice Creams and. 
the best of Wines and Cigars. Oyster Fricassees a. 
specialty. N. B. Elegant private parlors for fami- 
lies and select parties up-stairs. 

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all kinds of SH£LX FISH. Stalls 






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TUKSDAT JULY 6 



$400- The whole affair went capitally, "Black- 
Eye-1 Busan" with Tom Kecue as William and Mi*s 
Hilli'. Hinckley as Susan, running as smoothly aa 
if tbero had been tdafXH gehearsala instead of one 
- and thtt a fake. 



Amusements, Etc. 

California Tbca.rr. 

It will he of "The Shacehrann" as a play, and not 
*.t the actors or acting that we ahaU speak to-day 
"The SbaughrMin" Is probably entitled to the dis- 
tinction of being the best drama of fU kind on the 
»tage to-day. The plot-thread is thin— following 
hoi the captures and escapes of a Fenian— but to 
it are woTen such scenes and characters as in 
torn aui'Lse, absorb and eicitt- the audience to aa 
unusual degree. The play If. redolent of absurdities, 
but the action is so rapid and the intarert so deep 
that not until the curtain has fallen, has one the 
opportunity to attempt to analyse the cunningly 
interwoven causes of pleasure and amusement It 
is not too much to say that a badly drawn charac- 
ter, or a dull moment has no place in 'The Bhaugh- 
raon," One of the surprises, one of the charms 
rather, of the piece, is the marked absence of the 
ttuaai-patriotic sentiment which is generally the 
tftock In trade of an Irish drama. The sympathies 
may be with the escaping Fenian, but the English 
oQfcoer who pursues him is not a tyrannical Baaon, 
but a ten'ter-heaited and chivalrous gentleman. In 
conclusion the whole play is the happiest blending 
of humor, pathos and vitality. The bouse as might 
be expected was jammed 

■acuire'ti Sew Theatre. 

Although the house was crowded and the success 
«f the company's debut undoubted", we look forward, 
to-night as the test night A Fourth of July per- 
formance is bound to be well attended, with Kus- 
ticua himself and all his family and cousins there 
"in full force. Aa a rule Civis and his kind usually 
steer dear of the performances on the Glorious 
Day, his wife having a special abhorrenoe of 
bombs and Tejy possible petticoat conflagratlooi. 
The bonse to-night, therefore, while we do not ex- 
pect It to be smaller or less attentive, will, we are 
Jed 'to expect, be a trifle more— to put it gently— 
critical. "We shall, therefore, reserre our extended 
notice of the performance until to-morrow, con- 
tenting ourselves to-day with the general statement 
tbat those who intend doing themselves the pi easur a 
of atteii'ling "Jlignon" at Magnire's New Theatre 
to-night, may count upon an evetiuL-'senjoymtot of 
the pleasanteet nature— that of bearing a good 
opera well sung. 
Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre Company. 

Daly's company will arrive on Saturday evening, 
and open on the gucceding Monday. It is the in- 
tention, we belit ve, of Mr. Morrissey, and a party 
of California gen tit men, to proceed to Sacramento 
there to meet and welcome the latest addition to 
our theatrical attractions, fche sale of seats begins 
»i Sherman k Hyde's, to-morrow. 
Bveltlcy'H New Variety Theatre. 

Besides the usual excellent olio, there are four cap 
ital acts for to-night and to-morrow, with the char- 
acters li the chief members of the company. 
Palaee Variety Theatre. 

Sam Bay lis. Atli Barbee, G. C. Thompson, Henry 
Stewart. Harry Dcvoy, Harry Howard and Matt 
Kelly, with other talent manage to give an enter- 
tainment which nobody could find fault with. 
Sew Olympic Variety Theatre. 

Charley Harris and Lotta Gray have made a great 
hit in Hi lit specialties. Ned Barry's songs are all 
well received, and the programme throughout is 
capital. jajBBBBBsaaBmBasBazaBjjSBsjsjBsj 

Eeisek Keller. — This mammoth sym- 
posium, corner of Third and Market streets, under 
the Nucleus House, gives a grand instrumental con- 
cert every evening. The spacious RiesenKeller oom- 
binea billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
club rooms, concert hall and beer hall, all in one. 
'Woodward's hardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday, first time of MH& 
"Victorine, in her great act on the Black wire, Big. 
Laviti the Fire King in his wonderful JO-pa* Inftr- 
naU, Mile. Grade anu Mous. Leo in their lightning 
trapeze act. also appear with the Gymnastic Troupe 
and Orchestral Coooert 
*o(e». 

ilcDaniel's Theatre, Cheyenne, together with sev- 
eral houses, were burnt on the Fourth. The loss by 
»ne fira. which originated in the property-room 
of the theatre, is estimated at $30,000. 

We are sad through sympathy. The present dra- 
matic writer on the {.'hronitU has a woe. In speak- 
ing of "The Romance of a Foor Young Man'' be 
says : 'The female lago of the play, Mile. Helouin, 
was intrusted to that exceedingly intelligent and 
BsnxtnathetJo young actress, Miss Carrie Wyatt, 
who made the most of it and only prieved hi fry 
srvorinj; a light <trr<* tfr-*« in tht third act." Why 
did Miss Wyatt commit such tin artistic- etai 1 Being 
a governess she e< rtrj should have worn darfc-htie.l 
▼watoients. For who. in the name of all nice dls- 
ti tit tiens, ever saw a dependent in a light groan 
dress, and, above all, in the third act of a piece I 
A sense of sin to colors should be yours. Miss Wyatt. 
- th reform, reform while you are yet young, and so 
spare a gentle heart the sorrow of having to see a 
bhanish in light greeu. where he might have seen 
beauty in dark brown. 

Ned Hami lton, pioneer minstrel performer, and 
elo^ly connected with the theatrical history of the 
-> tat*, li sick and indigent. The knowledge of theso 
iacts, will, we know, be amply sufficient to further 
the good work which has already been begun by his 
brother and sister professioaaU, and enable them to 
make the benefit which they propose giving Hamil- 
ton one worthy the profession and object 

We have received a communication from Mr. J. 
W. Allinson requesting us to state that bo far from 
having met "the fate of the thread between the 
ahetn," he will assume the Management of the 
f fete* Comic English Opera Troupe for 1876-76. He 
aails for Europe oo the 10th," in search of novelties 
for the coming season which will commence at 
Pr. idence, R. L, September 27th. The agent in 
advance has not yet been appointed. The Oates 
Company are at present playing an engagement at 
the Park Theatre, New York, where they opaced 
yesterday, in th -sical burlesque of 'The Field 
of the Cloth of id." 

The Alleghanians left for Victoria this morninr 
It is Mr. Waldron's Intention, we believe, to make 
; complete tour of British Columbia, Oregon and 
the regions circumjacent. 

Mr. Frank Lawl<-<r an old time resident of Cali- 
fornia, has return c.l to San Francisco, in a busi- 
ness connection with the English Optra Troupe 
This will be pleasant news to many. 

Frank Bea's benefit, on Saturday night, was, we 
are very glad to say. an undoubted sucoess. The 



B OSS . 

Strange Upectrv, hy Mature spun 
On viewless looms, aloof from sun, 
And spread through lonely r.ooks and grots 

Where shadows rei^n, and leafy rest — 
O moss, of all your dwelling-epoU, 
In whith one are you loveliest 1 

Is It when near grim roots that coil 
Their snaky black through humid soil I 
Or when you wrap, in woodland glooms, 

The great prone pine-trunks, rotted red : 
Or when you dim, on sombre tonile, 
Ti.e raqoieecatJ of the dead': 

Or is it when ycur Jot is cast 
Id seme quaint garden of the past, 
Oo some gray, crumbled basin's brim, 

With coach that mildewed Tritons blow. 
While yonder, through the poplars prim, 
Looms ufi the turreted chateau! 

Nay, loveliest are you when time weaves 

Your emerald films on low, dark eaves, 

Above where pink porch-rosee peer, 

And woodbines break in fragrant foam, 
And children laugh, ' * * and you can hear 
- The beatings of the heart of Home. 



f Olitr<\ TUEAlRIt'AL NEWS. 

Mr. H. J. Byron's latest comedy, "Weak 
Woman," turns upon a strange will made 
by an eccentric bachelor, in which, in or- 
der to defeat fortune-aunters he leaves his 
property to one of two nieces who are to 
marry at the same time, and only discover 
after marriage who is the heiress. It is said 
that there'B much mirth in the piece, and 
the result is a success. 

Strauss' newcomic opera "Queen Indigo," 
is proving an irnmense success in Paris. 
The charming airs, marches, drinking songB, 
ballads, duets, choruses, which follow one 
another with an exuberance of charm, grace 
and brilliancy, have made of StrusB the 
hero of the moment. There is, especially, 
a drinking Bong that is called for three 
times every night, and that brings thun- 
ders of applause; there is the waltz. "The 
Blue Danube," and the "Waltz of the Ara- 
bian Nights," equally popular; there is a 
eerio-comic song "My beard is very ill," 
that will certainly be ground out by the 
organs of the future. 



A' New Orgun. 

A private exhibition of the new electrical 
organ invented in Philadelphia was recent- 
ly given in that city. The new instrument 
is built like an ordinary church organ, ex- 
cept that drumB, cymbals, etc., are intro- 
duced for orchestral effects. Its peculiar- 
ity is that it is played entirely by electrt 
city. A small machine called a wind en- 
gine, propelled by the compressed air from 
the bellows, furnishes the motive power to 
turn two roll ers, between which the paper 
on which the music is punched out passes. 
There are several hundred "readers" or 
small metallic points which rest upon the 
paper, and as it passes over the metallic 
roller the reader completes the electric 
circuit whenever one of the holes in the 
paper allows it to come in contact with the 
metal beneath. The relative value or 
length of the notes is represented by the 
length of the holes in the paper, which 
allow the feeler to remain for a longer or 
shorter time in contact with the metallic 
surface. Whenever the circuit is complete 
it instantly closes the magnet which opens 
the valve of the pipe to be played upon. 
The number of notes w bich may be struck 
at once, or the number of different stops 
that may be played in the organ is gov- 
erned only by the wish of the builder. A 
keyboard for perform ing with the hands in 
the ordinary way, the action being con- 
trolled by elictricicy, is also attached, and 
»b in the opposite end of the hall from 
where the organ stands, a wire running 
from each key to the corresponding pipe 
in the organ. 



Mrs. glenoid. 

New York society made an effort the other 
nij-'ht, and turned out in force to attend a 
benefit for the Central Dispensary, at the 
Academy, late though it came in the season. 
Mr. and Mrs. Regnold were, of course, 
the magnets of attraction. All the women 
went to see what kind of a wife the royal 
George had. ' I am glad to say that.she 
came out triumphantly. Blonde tresses 
covered her jet-black hair, and a roBy flush 
tuched up her olive cheek. She was'nt any 
handsomer a woman, after this had been 
done, than she is off the stage, but I am 
bound to say she was a younger looking 
one. Mre. Jiignuld's voice was scarcely 
Btrong enough for the Academy, but she 
proved herself a graceful and sympathetic 
actress of correct intentions, and a decided 
gift for the protrayai of somewhat stronger 
emotions than actresses of her school can 
usually cope with successfully. She was 
called before the curtain after each act, 
and when she appeared with Mr. Rignold 
there was plenty of applause and bouquets 
without number. 



Tennyson'*. New Play. 

Mr. Tennyson has, at last, sent to press 
the drama which he has had so long on 
hand. It will be published shortly by 
Messrs. H. S. King & Co. It is entitled 
Queen Mary, a drama," and embraces the 
life of Mary Tudor, faom her accession to 
death, together with the chief scenes in 



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"BJESEN KELLER" 

IMMENSE SUCCESS. 
10,000 People I 

Dave Visited this BfajmiiVent Symposium, 
and pronounced it the 

FINEST IN THE WORLD! 

Grand Concert 

Every JEYening ! 

COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS. 

Under SluoleusXIo 

P. J. ZINCSEM. 



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The Tonne Han from the East. 
11 Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I cet a feast ? 
Tve been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of .Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

'•Well, I can tell you," eaid his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oystera, 

Direct from wnere they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite t he Ma rket, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

Yon can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oystere raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooma, 

Where you can sit at ease, 

And eat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if you please. 

All the young men of fashion go 

Right to the SADDL£ ROCK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS , 

And drink their Rhenish hock." 

A Word to i he "Wise, etc 

It is generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact,, that Messrs. VandersUce 
s, Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be .saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. 



The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the ton vivante for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, th* 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Hint" a trial. N. B. Open to 2:30 A. H. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-L 



Thi* In Int ores tine to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Straneers. 

Schafer & Co, long in the wholesale business 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to Califoroia. They retail their goods at 
■wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer & Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 



Do Kot Suffer from Corns, 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corna, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowans Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. m. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. a 

Bay State Oyster and Chop noose, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladieB. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 
Give us a trial. 

California Institute for the Cure or 
Stammering 

And impedimenta in speech, slipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at 1 32 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel— under the charge of Dr. 
\. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of hie own <lf scovary, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must -be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed In all cases. 



Hats -which are Bate ! 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to <# The" flat 
Store, 6-17 Washington ftrcet, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Sumcrr styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in *he citv. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store." * 

Burkhardi'a MO "Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for ;3; box toed 

r'ters made to order for $<3', oxford tie shoes made 
order for 80; boyB* boots made to Order for $g; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all of 
Burkhardfs own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street. u 

Terrill and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Buah and 
Kearny streets, entrance en Bush street. The best 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windo-WB. Rooeqb for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors. m 

Don't Help Par Other People's Debts* 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, near Third, 
and save fully 25 percent, by buyingotthem. Their 
motto is : "Buy for cash, and Bell for cash," there- 
fore they have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra pTofita. l 

laughing €as. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant snecess with entire 
safety in the most difficult cases. 

Palmer Bros. 

thfiPaJmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 26 



FREE AND EASIY. 
CHARING 



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■» -A. X-. O O TM , 

•Of Mission tTBEIT, 
Near Second, 

Kren: Saturday Night 



THOU. WH.ll. dhairmua, 

OnWMJ-nrthar Nmlce. 

the test Songe next Saturday Night 

EAGLES 4 W11D. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW EATEE, BY 

B. F ST BRETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT AC ARE NOW SELLING THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Fronl, for $1 25. Everything chea 
at our 

New Store, 540 Market Street, 
One door below Bibemia Bank. 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT, 

Formerly at No. 3 Second Street.. 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am dlstrHmtine Cards, Circulars, 

Handbill's etc , on the route betwehn here and Sac- 
ramento— both by the ValJejo and ftockton routes, 
iDcludingaU way towns, aod ana prepared to dis- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on these 
rouUs Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HABIiAHAN, American Exchange 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B— I can refer by per- 
mi-sion to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Figab.0 for the 
manner in which I do their work. jeS-tf j 



HOWARD ST. LIVERY and SALE 



STABLE 



3BCoT?«r«tx*cl Street, 

Between Fourth and Fifth Streets, San Francisco. 
PRIIIP MORSHEAD, Proprietor. 

Kind and gentle borees with Phsatone, suited for 
Ladies. Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horses. JeS lm 



PIPER'S OPEFA HOUSE. 

TTCGIMJ. CITY, BTETADA. 

JOHN PIPEE PropetxtOE 

Tli K Elegant Theatre can be Rented by 

the night or week- Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PKFER. 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. D. McCABE, 
fe23-tf 332 Bush street. San FrandBOO. .'__^ 



MKTROPOLlTANi THEATRE 

ILIIAUEIiTO. 

TO H.I33STT, 

l j the Nlcli!, Week, or Month, fro 

No*, let. For t«rma apply at the Theatre, orbj 
letter to W. K. MORROW. Proprietor. 8acramenM 
N B.— X have no authorised Agent anywhere. 
J1D2M1 



THAT^S SO; 

Deantlful and Substantial Seta 

of ArtificaJ TEETH only 815 and war-' 

ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
ci5c. Beautiful Cold and Platiua Fillings for SI 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in NewYorkCity. Office, 24 Pbat street 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 
mh-12 DB. LTJTHER, Dentist. 



J. 0. COMBES, 

TEBRAPIIV LUNCH 
Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters In every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMB FOR PAHTEB8. 
No. 222 Second Street* Corner of Tehama. 
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LOUIS IV- DAVID, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 

653 WASOrNCTON* STREET. 

Theology, History* Biojrrapny, Travel*, 

Piction^Art, Sciences, Medical, etc. 

- -malt-ln. 



PLAIN TALK. 



What Will Become of this Country * 

U the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
dayly increasing arrival of those arccureed Asiatics. 
>V by it doten' t take a prophet to answer this ques- 
ttpol Just as surely, as you read this, the horrors 
of civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide of 
China emigration in time, but also for having fat- 
tened thia vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up the country altogther, or by a coup 
dc main, free it from ft. 

But to come to the point. Those persons who cry 
loudest against this China pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what else do you call 
it, when they, thinkingthemselves unobserved sneak 
into Chine&e washhoufieB or cigar stands and other 
such like establishments— in order to save a. few 
oente en a dollar— at tbe Bame time squandering 
hundred fold the amoun f in drinking, gambling and 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In the name of common sense, is this not 
the highest of folly ? 

Is ft then Impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white- labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and natrons take 
care of themselves? Surely by so doing, we would 
have leas idle men, woman ana children among us, 
the prisonsleas crowded, andhave bad something else 
besides woodehopping and getting out railroad ties 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country. Of the great numbers of ruined 
trades— let us only mention one, the cigar and cic- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in the hands of Obinamen, with the 
exception of a few. where only white men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stt'rn the 
tidt, but will surely also succumb to their rivals for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAN'S k CO., Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street. ea~ 
tabliahed for the last ten years, who. besides their 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana dgax,- 
tbe best smoking article in marKet), also manufac- 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Loa 
Brillantes, which brand is retailed all over the 
city and country town? for 5 cents each. Now, did 
you ever hear of a Chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana cigars at that price ? Wt did not Surely 
if white men undersell Obinamen, they ought to be 
patronized— or has it come already to this— that . 
they should wear a tall, in order to sell their goods. 
This country may come to thi* ya. juv-lm 



Medical^Advice. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

G49 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFIJCTEO. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY returns hts sin- 
cere thanks to his numerous patients for thehr 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and Gi-NITO-URINARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage, By the 

Sractice of many .years in Europe and the United 
tstes he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men ol 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will- receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FRKJE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DvUEBTV, M. !>., 
mhll-tf San Francisco, Cat* 



To tlie Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 633 Kearny Street, Corner «r 

Oommercial, San FranoiBoc. <Lp*ranceoB 
Commercial. Established in 185 r for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all pfcyaj- 
oal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon bim. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of ' 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
impart to those in need of his ■services. Dr. Gibbon 
wiU make no charge unless he effects a cure. . 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. 8aa 
Francisco. D025-tf 



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Money Loaned and stocks Carried ji 
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a Stock Indicator, -which will constantly telegrarA 
Market quotations. ap!5>m 



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DION BOUCICAULT! 

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THIS EVENING 



JULY 1 



thn/Trt the Week ar*l at th*> haturdat Ustinee, Holt U A.'LTri Las. *nd Mr*. Succeasful Play, entitled THII 




0. D. MEKTAYRR 

/ PRANK I 

( ,1(1 UN WILSON 

x E. N. THAYER 

1 MURRY WOODS 

I, li. MACKLIN 



Vn Rnm,.i.tlr He. m-r>. *l. . hnnlnil KnTrrla anil .ppnlnlm-nU by vie-.r.. IV, T. rOBTIB. I. M't- 
BIRY. JOHN 10RU1A41. K. -IIH( hIMH -K 1. M»«11N. ElC, 
VIW MimiO Amnojpt which Ui"»s beautiful *Jr», tho 'Coolio," "Culsh Urn* ChfM, "Or.n* I'aIIp ' 'The Jog of P 
Art)) More." 'Wind Mtry.' ■ srs, from the rich mine* of Irish melody have been Interwoven 

will »nd rmr» <li*M apon tht* Dram*. A full and ■•;!! cienl chnru* uKprossly engaged f .jr the occasion. 
Th,< action of tii-' p)«y take* place La County Sllgo. Tho tiuio -present. 

iir~T. MOI.IW'I \ ■ '. i , i n.llp.!, iim«(-r. ooiniii*ii.llii(r « drUetiiuetit it BAlljrri^-K.:tt R. J. MONTH. II. 

R0BEKT PFOl IOT, A roasts Irish rentlemau, 'ui.hr sentence a* a Fenian. In love wftb Art« O'Nct: , J .. KKB 

i "l i V lost of HulJabeg, his Tutor and OuardUu 

W. A. MKSTAYBR 

,. Peasant, under the nam.- of Reach ROBERT PAT EUAN 

U)N>. THK mHAUHHKAUN DION BOUCICAULT 

q] .-f rvrry rVr It] ml; the First Fiddle at alt Weddings and Patterns. 

RERGFANT JONFK CM the 41* '. 0, R MEKTAYER 

"^N \ / PRANK KILL) AY 

K v I l.l \ . | 

\N > Peasants. 



■ A N / 

ARTE In love with Robert MISS CARRIE WVATT 

CLAIRE FFoLIOT A »Un Lady MlaS BELLA I'ATKMAN 

MK- OKKLLY... ■ MRS. JUIiAlI 

MOV A Father Dulau'i Nie«. in h.ve with Conn MIBB JKNN M 

ERIUUET UADIGAN A Kutnor |Uor first uppeaiancc at tbia Theatre) MRS. JOHN 8EPTON 

KANOY MAI..i.St. A Kmdct MI8fl ANNIE HKJUS 

PEASANTS SOLDIERS OON&TABULAR Y. 

tcih aotioivt op tub i»x-a^a.Tr. 

ACT I — HfESE l-SulIabeg. The liom« of two Iriah girls- the vlatt. Molhieux noels a day 'a aport and finds game ho did not ox- 
Father D uchelaa piece of hin mind. The Po.lce Agent. The unexpected visitor. 

HE 3— Tho Blaskets. Conn's cuutmarri. The Fugitive, Twolovers. A ring at tho bell. 

3-The exterior of Father Dolan's. The Shaughraun. Conn goen hunting Moya and her Hweetheart. 
!■ 1 -The bomeof thePoriRli rriest. Conn makes a clean breast of it. The Fugitive's return. The Prieat'fl fireside. Home 
again. Tlie knock at the door. The Arrest. , 

ACT II — Scbnb 1.— A room in Ballyragget House. The counter-plot. The murder planned. 

Scene 2-Fatber Dolan's, Claire and Molineux.nnd each other out. 

Scene 3— The Barrack-room. How Robert F folliott fell into the trap and playod into the hanria of his foes. 

SOAKS 4— Mrs. O'Kelly's Cul tin. Oonn gets a lettor and is bothered; he breaks sway from his mother's apron strings. 

SCUTA 5— The gate tower The ambush and the escape. 

Scene 6— The Blaakets. Conn unj Robtrt hunted. How Conn played the fov 

Si ene 7 - Rathgamti) Head. How Claire FfoUiot played the Decoy-duck and snared the Captain. 

Scene 8— The ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey. The love tryst. Arte ami Muya at the appointed spo t. The bait and the trap. 
Haivey Duff makes a mistake and gives a signal. The Shaughraun takes a rise out of hiin and gets a fall. 

ACT III.— Scene I— Mrs, O'Kelly'e cabin. The amnesty. A light breaks in upon Molineaux. An unexpected interview. 

Scene 2— The wake of Conn the Shaughraun. Great News. Conn bears a deal of good news about himself. A surprise. 
Two unwilling guides. 

Scene 3— The shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

Scene 4 -The coot's nest. Harvey Duff gets into a warm corner. Kinchela conies to a bad end. Father Dolan givet* his con sen 



PALACE VARIETIES. 

ts OCAttV STRSW, NBAX KEARNY. 



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MISS OLAUDE. 

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NATURE and PHILOSOPHY 

Tho Youth who Novor Saw a Woman, Miss Louise Lee 

Maggie Brewu 

1 "'inpaoD 

Mutt KcJlj 

II E ADS FELT. 

Vina? Howard And Stewut 

Bnllud Macalt Krlly 

Hone iiml II.wk. |, | n | | h K 

Kill il> 'M>- M.VIU PATKMAN 

^<m lo-l'unilr none HI., 1'l,ndc 

1)1 T< II SUM. AMI WMK IIAKK1 III \«\ 

Uallad ........... ... A ..^. „.„... Iiirilo Will In 

To conclude with 
And His LIVING SHADOWS. 

GRAND CO^PUMEN^AE?^liENlmT 

TENDEKED TO 

Mr. T. Ft. GO&S, 

By the Company of the PALACE VARIETIES, 

Friday, Jialy &■ 

A <I in I sslon 35 rcn f « 

Orchculra Seals 60 ecu in 

Private Boxes $'1 50 and »3 00 

Doors open at 7, To commence at 8, 



SANTA MONICA. 

Thus far Southern California ha* lacked 
a commercial city. Los Angel**, baa, per* 
hap*, moro nearly tb*n any other place, 
aAtempind to supply this want, but Los 
Anceles baa never been quite able to offset 
the great disadvantage of a harbor so do 
feetlve u almost to bo worthless. The 
United States Government has expended 
over barf a million dollars on San Pedro 
Bar without apparent beneficial result, and 

reigbt sod pass* ngers are discharged into 
lighter., thenoe carried several miles up a 
o*rTO*, shallow, muddy crock, and tmally 
diseiobarked in a swamp, twenty-six miles 
by rail from Loe Angeles. 

Twenty miles north of San Pedro and 
directly west of Los Angeles, from which 
H is but fourteen miles distant, lien the 
oeaaUful bay of Santa Monica, The har- 
bor fa so much better than Son Pedro, 
that, during a recent gale, while the 
steamer was unable to discharge into a 
: *t the latter nlaoo. but carried b«x 

argo on toSao Diego, aacbooner unloaded 
at Santa Monica lumber for the construe- 
Uonof the wharf at that point. This wharf 

a two thousand feet in length, and reaches 
a point where there is thirty feet of wate 
at low tide, from the wharf to Los An- 

Seles the road bed of the proposed railroad 
i graded ; the tlw are contracted for, aud 
enough Iron has been purchased and' 
shipped to construct the road a djatanci 
of forty mtlas. The pass grading tUnw 
Cajon 1 km is also nearly done, and mean.' 
have been secured to construot the roa<l 
to Independence within a twelvemonth. 

That Hanla Monica i* to be the futur. 
city of Houthern Cslifornla, will be readily 
eooceded after an examination of it. 
suauy advautages. 

Tbo future city of the Southern Coast. 
The Long Branch of the Pacific 

road t8naInU8 ° f tw0 tr » u *-° on t 1 Bw>taI 
Twelve 'miles of beautiful beach for riding 

and driving. ^^ 

A soil of unexampled fertility. 
A site of unaurpassing beauty 
W terminus of the Los Angeles and In- 

dopejulance Railroad. 
Commanding the .trade of Panamfat 

Ooso, and Corro Gordo. ^^ 

Orange. Olive and Lemon Orchards. 
Twelve miles fiom Los Angeles. 
A. harbor where vessels can find shelter In 

any storm. 



Abundant water from living springs, arte- 

lU-anw-lIs and ordinary wells V 
ttfereei* and )oU have a natural grade 
Climate the mo** delightful in the world 



To merchants desiring to commence bus! 

cwss of any kiud. 
To mechanics seeking to establish than.. 

selves In a thriving looality 

SANTA MONICA 




ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SANTA MONICA, 

IXC'I.UDIXG BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA FARMS, 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, < ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Terms of Bale will be made known through the public pre-**. No lots ttisposed of At private sale until tifta the auction. 

For Man, Pamphlet.', and general information in regard to tho proposed city, apply at Santa M , 

The San Francisco Office of the Santa Monica Land GomnanyA 339 Pine St,. Room 8. 



TBX &GAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 

, m 

ad ETery Day in the Year, by 
Wm £*. BOOAHDUI. 

'583 HEBCHA.YT "STREET, 

low Montgomery San Franciaco 



WEDNESDAY JULY 7 



FOUEIiiV THEATRICAL SEWS. 

The London Sportsman says, that Sal- 
vini receives only the modest salary of £15 
or $76 a week. It seems that he was Origi- 
nally offered "half shares," but remem- 
bering what a bad speculation Rietorimade 
on these terms during her last visit in Eng- 
land, he declined the proposal, and accepted 
the magnificent remuneration of £3. 10s a 
night in return for which, I should say, he 
has brought thousands into the Drury Lane 
treasury. 

During a recent performanceof "Girofie- 
liirofla" at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, 
Mis3 Catherine Lewis, the heroine, fell 
into a violent fit of hysterics at the close of 
the duet at the breakfast table. The 
bridegroom, carried her off, and the cur- 
tain was lowered for fifteen minutes, when 
the performance was recommenced. 

Miss Genevieve Ward, an American ac- 
tress, who played in this country merely 
as * novice, has attained considerable dis- 
tinction in Dublin and elsewhere in the 
British Isles. She lately played MedA at 
a dramatic performance given to the Amer- 
ican rifle team. It is announced that she 
will play in Italian with Salvini next fall, 
and ultimately return to this country in 
her maturity of power and experience. 

In an account of a visit of its Paris cor- 
respondent to the class-room of Prof. War- 
tel, the Chicago Times recently mentioned 
Mrs. Edward Knox, nee Miss Florence 
Rice, in this wise : "Her voice is a Buperb 
mezzo soprano or high contralto, and she is 
making astonishing progress under Prof. 
Wartel's tuition. Mrs. Knox will sing "La 
Favorita" and ' 'L'Africaine, " with the 
double attraction of a magnificent form and 
expressive face added to one of the rarest 
voices Nature has ever gifted her children 
with. Mrs. Knox will sing in French, and 
expects to appear at the Grand Opera House 
in the fall." 

During the Summer months Mr. Lytton 
Sothern is engaged to appear at the Lon- 
desborough Theatre, at Scarborough, in a 
large round of characters, including 
Romeo, Claude Melnotte, and Orlando. 
He will return to the Haymarket for the 
Winter season. 

Miss Kate Bateman will act Lady 
Macbeth at the Lyceum Theatre, London, 
next Autumn, to the Macbeth of Mr. 
Henry Irving. 

The London Haymarket season termi- 
nated earlier than usual, and the house 
after the 28th May was to let until the be- 
ginning of August. 

The production at the Mirror Theatre, 
London, (late Holborn), of the "Detect- 
ive," adapted by Clement Scott and B. 
Manuel, from Adolph Belot's "Le Parri- 
cide," took place May 29. A version of 
the piece was given under the title of 
"The Patricide" a couple of years ago at 
4he Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York. 

George Rignold's mother, a veteran ac- 
tress of seventy-four, published in the 
London Era, a letter from a Rev. George 
C. Miln, an American clergyman, com- 
plimenting her eon upon his performance 
of "Henry V., and expatiating upon the 
elevated tone of the play. Who ia the 
Rev. George C. Miln? 

Mesdames Christine Nillson and Emma 
Albani sang the duet, "Sull,' Aria," at a 
recent state concert at Winsor Castle. 
Campanini, Stanley and "Maurel, gave at 
the same entertainment the famous trio 
from "William TelL" 

At Posen, Mile. Oria, a soubrette, has 
been summoned before the Police tribunal 
for singing an extempore couplet libeling 
Madame Lucca. 

M. Strakosch is about to construct, in 
Paris, a magnificent building in the style 
of the Albambra palace. 

An immense hippodrome, capable of 
holding 15,000, is in constraction at the 
Champs Elyaeea, Paris. It will be ready 
for opening about the July 15th. 

•— 

The Antelope Oyster Boose, 

Our specialty, always the bestoyeters in market 
eerved up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B.— Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in seaeoo. b 



The Wages ot Sin? 

A few months ago the honorable Major 

W. H. d, brother of Lord S d, 

who, high in royal favor, wae a constant 
companion of the Prince of Wales, was 
caught in the act of cheating at cards, at 
a certain club in London. At a game of 
Vingt-ct wn, the king was found up his 
sleeve. Branded at once as cheat and leg, 
the Major fled the kingdom, and the Gazette 
announced that Her Majesty had "no fur- 
ther occasion for his services. ' ' His brother, 

Lord S d, made him an allowance of 

£300 a year on condition of his not again 
appearing within the British Ialei At a 
watering-place on the continent, the Major 
met a very pretty married woman, a grand- 
daughter of a noble duke. Thelady's hus- 
band was far advanced in consumption. 
Fascinated by the Major, who is notably 
handsome, being known by the sobriquet 
of "Look and Die," the lady left her ailing 
husband. Followed by him and brought 
back, she promised to return to her marital 
d ities on condition of being allowed a fare- 
well interview with her deceiver. This 
the husband granted 1 , on the understanding 
ft jat the interview took place in his pres- 
ence. The Major appeared, and the lady, 
throwing herself into his arms, declared 
her intention of never again parting from 
him. The husband at once started for 
London to "consult his lawyer," but, get- 
ting no further than Ux-lea-Bain, fell ill 
and died Six weeks after his death — he 
was but thirty-two — his widow married the 
Major, endowing him with her jointure of 
£1,500 a year. A person who has a life 
knowledge of the Major asserts that in him 
the wretched woman meets her deserts, 
and that before a month has passed he will 
thrash her;" for a crueller, more utterly 
heartless wretch than " Look and Die " 
does not exist, Said a cynic the other day 
of a pair of engaged lovers : "They look 
now as if they could eat each other; a week 
after they are married they will be very 
sorry they did not !" 



The original "Swain's EakeryTis now established 
In their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
ana ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 

DOG LICENSES FOR 1875-76! 

The New Dob Tac License for 1875-6 Is 

now ready for delivery, at $2 each. Omce~No 7 
CITY HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses for the year ending July 1, 
1376, are now due and payable, end delinquent on 
the first day of Auffuat, alter which default will )te 
added. The New Badges for Drivers of Hackney 
Carriage? iixe now ie«dy for delivery. 

fhUDLKRS AND RUNNERS will make prompt 
payment for this Quarter now due. 

JAMES O. DEAN, Collector of Licenses, 
jj7-10t Office—No. 7 City Hall, 2d floor, 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



A Macnlfixent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the beet Ha- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant hew saloon of Sample & Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter. 



IfYoa 

Fe^J l 1 e need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water hatha at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attends *r ladies, Five tickets for $1 

, ^ 

Photographic. 

Bdouart 4 Cobb 5M Kearney street, produce 

a i tel Paintings which are superior to either Oi 
Water Colors. " 



photographii 



Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
•• rk ifuaraoteed. O-bh 



inc Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A, 
ailender's, tv.rner of Second and Missioc A 



A New Organ. 

A private exhibition of the new electrical 
organ invented in Philadelphia was recent- 
ly given in that city. The new instrument 
is built lite an ordinary church organ, ex- 
cept that drums, cymbals, etc., are intro- 
duced for orchestral effects. Its peculiar- 
ity is that it is played entirely by electri 
city. A small machine called a wind en- 
gine, propelled by the compressed air from 
the bellows, furnishes the motive power to 
torn two rollers, between which the paper 
on which the music is punched out passes. 
There are several hundred "readers" or 
small metallic points which rest upon the 
paper, and as it passes over the metallic 
roller the reader completes the electric 
circuit whenever one of the holes in the 
paper allows it to come in contact with the 
metal beneath. The relative value or 
length of the notes is represented by the 
length of the holes in the paper, which 
allow the feeler to remain for a longer or 
shorter time in contact with the metallic 
surface. Whenever the circuit is complete 
it instantly closes the magnet which opens 
the valve of the pipe to be played upon. 
The number of notes which may be struck 
at once, or the number of different stops 
that may be played in the organ is gov- 
erned only by the wish of the builder. A 
keyboard for performing with the hands in 
the ordinary way, the action being con- 
trolled by elictricity, is also attached, and 
is in the opposite end of the hall from 
where the organ standB, a wire running 
from each key to the corresponding pipe 
in Che organ. 



The White Race vs. the mongolian. 

This is the season of the year that the invasion of 
California by the Chinese barbarians is renewed. 
Thousands of emigrants, Christians by color, edu- 
cation and civilization are also swarming to this 
Land of Gold, induced to come by higher wagea 
and a prosperous State. But the question arises will 
this prosperity last long, if the fact remains much 
longer, that this wretched scum of a leprous race 
And employment immediately on tbeir arrival 
through the agencies of tbeir companies, while 
many of our emigrants are seeking work in vain, 
until tired and disgusted they return East. In the 
face of this crying evil there is one firm in this city 
whoie names ought to be emblazoned in letters of 
gold ; for tbey, notwithstanding they run a Cigar 
Factory, employ none but white men. The firm 
we refer to is Gordon & Burke, No. 842 Market 
street, opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
ers to patronize them, not only because they employ 
White Labor, but because tbey keep the very finest 
brands of Cigars both Imported and Domestic, and 
the beat q/iality of Tobaccos, Snuffs, otc 



Manaeerg 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiful Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious, Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
stantly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged lor 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
wae established by the present proprietor in 1S60 
and has been in successful operation ever since. 
r 8-cj 

"Chicago Moving Westward." 

Among the recent arrivals from oar sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Messrs. T. & D. Lundy, who have just opened at No 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's church! 
with the finest assortment ever imported to this 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums 
prayer books, etc, etc, all of which they fumiBh 
on easy payments. 

For Perfect-Fitting Boots 

Go to James Matthews, the A 1 bootmaker and 
last maker, 527 Sacramento street. 

Millinery Goods, 

Wholesale and retail, 
Market street. 



at Palmer's, 726 to 734 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 2 
734 Market street. 



i cents to 95 00, at 726 to 



AVER1LL 

CHEMICAL PAINT ! 

MAKUFAOTtJKED BY THE 

Cal. Chemic3l_Pdlnt Comply, 

Pure White a»d any Shade or Color 

This Paint is Prepared In liquid Form 

BB\dy fob. d*se, requiring no further addition of 
oil or spirits. It is of pvke white, and of any 
shade or color. 

It is composed of the best materials known to the 
trade— poke linseed oil. stbictiy pike white 
lead, pure zinc, and the purest coloring matter 
procurable for Linting, which, by our peculiar pro- 
cess of manufacture, are so thoroughly united, that 
they cmnot separate. Hence, it will never chalk, 
crack, or peel off; does not run from -s;ams or nail- 
holes; and for brilliancy or color and beauty 
or finish it is without a rital, 

It will last twice as long as the best White Lead, 
prepared in thp u.-ual way, while the cost of painting 
with the Averill Paint is less. 

. We have in our employ some of the best painters 
on this coast, and are prepared to furnish estimates 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING! 
In all its details, inside and outside work^ graining, 
&c. ■ and we guarantee that all work done by us 
shall be unexceptional in quality and style, and pos- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on job3, left at 
our office or addressed to us, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

Office -sad D.-pot, 117 Pine Street, 

Between Front and Battery. jy7.1w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

No. 215 Saasome Street. 



.The Directors have declared a dividend 

ft the rate of Nine (9) per cent, per annum ou Term 
deposits, and Seven and a Half {7k) per cent, per 
Jmum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
■Ue 30. 1875. free of Federal tax, payable on and 
alter MONDAY, July 12th. 1875. 

JOHN PAREOTT, President. 
Kpan Francisco. June 30, 1875. jj6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

(fcrman Savings and Loan. Soc'j. 

the Board of Directors of this Society 

haie declared the dividend for the half year ending 
■Tuji; 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
in nun on term deposits and seven and one-half 
peiceut. (7£) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after July 15. 1875. 
Byfarder. ]y£-2w GEO. TjETTE. Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mortgage Union and Savings 

Buk of California. 0'H California street, corner of 
W fib.— For the Quarter en dine with June 30th, 
1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of light (S) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
Julj o;h, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jy.-lm Secretary. 



G00DE1T0UGH 




No. I 77 Jessie Street. 

je24-3m 

THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING 0CEU!~ SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MOKSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

■RING YOUR WIFE! 

BK1NG TOUR PAMLL.TI 
BRING TOUR LADY FRIENDS 

And nuir.riew of the Quest OOHAK PAiNO- 

KAHA IN THE WORLD, all in eight ot 

the world-renowned 

Golden Grate. 

With a fleet ot white. winged meeeenfiea entering 
from every part ol the commeroiat world. 

•VNew Line Bneeee, connecting with Borsci 
Okrs &c Lone Mountain erery 15 minnWa hereaft.1 
f o" the OJiff Hoaw Jyl-tl 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street. 

The Directors nave Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six- Tenths (9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. C3IBHOLM, Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with June 
30tb, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per ceut per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one half (7i) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Per order, 

je28-lm LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

San Fbancisoo. 

Guarantee Capital $170,000 

Money received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit, Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
Oanadas; also, lundon, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
the patronage of all persons. 

WH. H. CULVER. President. 

H. T. GRAVES, Secretary. 



STABLE 



NEW YORK 

Carriages 

TO LKT 
At all hours 
NO. 38 SIXTH STREET, 

Between Market and Mission, San Francisco. 

Particular Attention Paid to Boarding 
Horse*. Teamn or Every Description 

ieZ-lm C. K. TAYLOE i CO. Proprietors. 








KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



Commercial and 411 Clay gts. 

ja20-t! 



GEO. A.. 



CASE, 



DENTI 

alJ Kearny Street, 

Between Butter and Bosh Streets 
Deatutry m all its branches, at reasonable rates 
BhW&a 



Mahogany Leal 

FINE-CUT 

CHEWING TOBACCO J 

Manufactured by the 

CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO. 

....OF.... 

Choice Ripe Mahogany California- 
• Grown Leaf, 

CURED BY THE CULP PROCESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

....AND.... 

MORE NATURAL SUGAR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 
For sale In lots to suit at 

NO. 207 FRONT STREET, 



Consolidated 

je25-10t 



Tobacco Co. 

E. BKIGGS. Agent. 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Idantel Clocks and .Bronzes, 

....AND.... 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

The Present Quarters having to be va- 
cated for the New Building of the 9. B 1 . Board of 
Brokers, 

335 Pine Street, 

Will Offer His Entire Stock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

je!7-lm 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 



ind 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

105 KEABWT STBEET. iell-Im 



ALFRED BARRETT, 
Late of 1 3 Second Street, 

HAS EEMOVB© TO 

44 SECOND STHEKT 

KEAB JESSIE. 

S3T Watches and Jewelry Repaired at 
Mew Tork Prices. 

Eitablisaed since 1853. mr20-tf 



Fun, Pleasure. Variety 
Beauty. 

NO ISQTJAXi. 
In this Plea«aiit Resort 

• ; OWE CAN 

Pass" «.aa. ZSvenlns 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

gongs and Dances, both Oos and Fancy. 
A KEGFIAK VAU1ET1' SHOW. 

The Proprietor hsring catered to the wanta ol tbe 

FTJN-LOVING PUBLIC I 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
PoDnlarity DneaaUed OX THIS COAST 

THE PRETTIEST" OP TALENT 

....AND 

THE FINEST OP EVERYTHING 

mi. a. c. scan/ proprietor 

....CORNER.... 

Sacramento and Kearny Sts. 



S. F. « N. P. RJL* STEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

Ob and after Monday, Slay 3lst. I875. 

the new. elegant and fast Steamer JAMES M 
DONAHUE, Capt. W. Warner, will make two trips 
daily (Sucdaya excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 A. M. and 3 o'clock P. m., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the care tor 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton, Olo- 
verdale, and with stages for Sonoma. Skagg's Mark 
West, Bartlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan'a Mills, Fink Mills! 
Gualala, TJkiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Fore3t and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Ciover- 
dale at 8:10 a. m. and 3:30 p. m., connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:40 P. m. and 8 p. m. Freight received all day. 
THE CEYSGK5. 
VAJN - ABNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line via 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and best route 
Only TWO HOURS" staging. Through time from 
the city, seven hours— passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SUNDAY EXCLUSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green-street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6:45 

P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets 

„ «■ «™~™ p - DONAHUE, Preddenl ■ 

F. H. GERDES. Gen'l P. & T. A«t 

Office. 42$ Montgomery street. nolO-tl 



H. E. MATTHEWS & CO. 




Lithographing. Printing* EnsrarlnK, 

Boob Binding, Blank Forms, Cer* 

t locates, Conntlng-Honae 

Stal loners. 

NO. 306 CAXIFORNIA-8T.. SAN FRANCISCO 
je22-lm 



XjONX>o:n- 



Covent Garden! 



THE GATHEROfa PLACE OP 



THE FASHIONABLE WORLD! 

....THE ONLY.... 

Oyster Palace! 

Jn. the City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mal EKWIS ROSSI, Proprietor. 



IMPORTANT to FAMILIES 




TABLE WARt AND ALL GOODS 



From which the Silver IB worn, Replated 
in the most durable manner, at the 

San Francisco Gold and Silver 
Plating Works, 

Nos, S53 and CSS Mission Street, Between 
New Montgomery and Third Sts. 

A Fine Stock of TABLE WABB for sale at the 
Lowest rates. E. G. DEKHISTON, 

mafWm Proprietor. 



The Finest Bafh-Honse In the World 

will open for business on Tuesday, June S'Jtn. 

Improved Turkish Bath, 81 5», or Sir Ttcketa for 
87 50. Refreshments eitra. Ladies days for the 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. PnTate 
and Medicated BathB for Ladies opeu erery day ; 
entrance on Bagley placa, off O'FarreU street -Jot 
Gentlemen, 11 and 13 Dupoatat. DR3. LORYBA 
4 TRASK, Proprietors. jeSMw 






Oyster Parlor 

*«M. OMT CUa» »w« 



£3. 

I ML 




ViUlaVjtn. aMS. 



»AW IKAXILSCO. WKDIESDAY. Jl!LY ". I*1.V 



\OI_ XXI. 



TAPEWORM 

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kaa 

Wana ■ . JJ. 

■ 

DR. CLOU, 
■a. art Hb>lo B nrrrl, 
Sw Fmirth . lax r». ■ 



Haw Olympic Variety 



Inltinl Corosr Tta** u4 kttaaaaa I 



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Foti r t • : xx <X Mon 

VIWlViE WHLCH, 
MISS MILLIE_MJJRTINI! 

hit i 

A Grand First Part 
VARIETY W4LK-AROUND 



■ III in IUI ■** »Ot|l K> 

The M/sterioas Restaurant 

■Pirn- > ' .Dtioa 



«• KIU-4 WHII »•> •• 

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I h.irlr* I » an. 

in i. in > in. mi.. i* 



DUTCH SPECIALTIES. 

Aad .. Clm.l», Harrt, 

Oiriarr itrrfcratra 

•III I II MIKTIM 

..... Fipni Hoakrr 

.1. k in. I ii'ili 

Kiln llinlil 



k*fK .ad ll.nrr 



LBS MISERABLE** . 



And 



.Dlnn 



0»'T4iir>- Oreheilr* 

Bill hi .. ..Watie ftomen 

•lair '..>,, Hnchv> Jtol>.n-ort 

i \IV ME >vE L1U 

* »_^" -_NED_B_AR_RY 

RviK *♦!«. I:<)U IH\r.n 

*•■« t.imi) II.Hil.rr 

Ji< ...... .liihnn) ti»«k 

»Oi llh'l> loir \ 4.K * . 

1>I Till -list. A\l» OVMI ..CHAM LEI IHKKb 

fk#S4. M1LI1I KABT1M 

; Judo with 

DUPLEX ON THE BEAT] 

IN REHEARSAL, 

r»pq«n 25 cent* 

«-r*^» loam BO cent* 

Tri\*lr Boxes... *.' 3(1 

i tfpen ml J. To romafnrr ut 8 ihiop. 



MAGTJIRFS 1TEW THEATRE. 



MaOR 






GRAND OPH1RA IP* EHVO-I^T 






i«r, 

. OF ORAXT> OPERA 



Grand English Opera Cornj) 



1*1 aaan aa t^ar. rdiiitaj kaki 
LA — fT 



bj ■ -.. ni»r null 



THIS IVtRUO 



JULY ^ 



Dwkal .f Ik. "ar. -a.f.1 l..ni Tra.r. «lr. Jii.irn BAA* I Tbi I nrtrallrd I'nall.k narllna., kjr. 

WUIttl lllllllll: rhr Bm| ilkllkkk R.uo, llr. t.lOUI.I 4. IIIM1 ; Tlir Imlaril 

IBfriiai TMai Daaaa. Mr.. IIKOIIW: mmiM.H III HI IUU 1 Th. Crlrbralrd 

Aaarrtraa (••trail*. Btk, /lint i-lt.ll>. 

RD1"M lu.uuiul Optra, 

MRU I IIKRXtKtV U 

MRS EKGDA lEOVIN .. A7.UUF.NA 

MR CAaXaT"'. ,AM COURT DI I.TTNA 

MR OFOW1K A OOHLY >. FBRANIIO 

«• Rl'IZ 

Hag. 80KKOKDEB »■ istz 

AJfD 

MR HAAS i MANBICO 



THURSDAY EVEK1NU. WALLACBS Opera, 



-a^w ^c s *& 



nM 4[ipi'iranrc of Ihr Charmlis Young Prim:, llunnn, 111,1,1-;, Kl-.lM.VTl. 



r\rlcl«,y. ----- JUL A.HTH ex . 



GRADSD HAVINBfl 



Saturday Evening, Last Performance of "MARTHA." 
Sunday. Last Performance of MIGItTOIV. 



IN PREPARATION- MOZART'S MASTERWORK, 



SCALE OF PRICES. 

Reserved Seats, arrordlDR to location $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. 

fl3~The sale of Seats commences on MONDAY morning, June 28th, at 9 o'clock, at SHERMAN & 
HYDE'S Music Store, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 

*a»The English Opera Librettos are for sale only at Sherman & Hyde's Music Store, and at the The- 
atre at night, all others unreliable. 

»B,The KNABE PIANOS are used by the English Opera Company, kindly furnished by A. L. BAN- 
CROFT & CO., 723 Market street. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 



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BATRX. 
Kaaraaf aft. rta. Mwli 

unk ri •.rKirmft* 

- .it su,t Man— r 
— -» I Hattm «orU«t.r^ 



CHARLEY KIMIC! 



Mies LYOIA LIVINGSTON 

TOM EVENING JTJLT T 

Th. PerTuniianee win Cotnmonro with a 

FIRST PIRT OF WIT. SONG AND FOI 

BclOf lb* Only Plstv b r vol ii c 

Four End -iVtorL. 

Flnlaluim with tho VAKItTV WALK AROUND 



IHTTBRTjTJI}] 



DEMON IN THE WOODS. 



DOUBLE SONG and DANCX. SWAIN and WBST 

lliinln -i.!.. Ilnrrr Krwata 

kiTTiE ruon < ok* ivm i in ■ vcktok 

DUTCH IBLIXULIO. SONGS 



... SC lr«n 
K.Ur lac 



xy, s. jxx.Axx.rn 



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•Prira And Mlaa Lydla Llrlugaton 



Fuvnrltr Ballnd 

Iliillail 

SMLvaVH HOItVriPt, 
Jirtiiu 

mil iti.i; t Lot; 



Masllr St. t l.tlr 

tirorcr ,'o.lrr 

Li i»it Liti\i.srt>> 

>lnlllr l,;il ni-rr.t 

SrVATK AIM> I'KKi: 



HANDY ANDY, 



Mortimoro And . , 



.BwaEn 



M« ntlm.nlal Ballad €. Nirk. rson 

IriHli Lilt si, tjtnM 

l.alhul Bail* 2rw« 

Comic Ditty Macalfi Hu Clair 

Overture OrobMOr* 

TOO LATE^bTTHlTBOAf 

BY *t.t. THE MALE AKT18T8. 



PRICES OF ADBHSSIOIV. 



Parqnette 36 oents I Boxes., 

Green Boom ,. 



..$2 GO and «9 00 
..50 cents extra 



DENTIST, 

II 4* BEHOVED BIS OFFICE 

Lahorrtorr from No. Kearny Ht 
to 701 MAarkettUMt. oim Wldbur'i dnig 
dell-lm 



A Great 

Variety of 



M&t® 




MMfc 



In Great 
Variety. 



At the III ArXTlON IIOISI;, Nor. 010. «18 and 030 HEIUVT STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CANDIES, 



All Kinds or (he Finest Candy Ma*J« 

at our Steam Oandy Factory dally. Ail orders, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited and will bl 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wacner. 
aul5 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



REMOVAL. REMOVAL, 

Building to be Torn Down. 

On or About the 31st of MAY, 

WILL TEMPORARILY UEMOVE TO 

402 Kearnv St. 

HIANWHILE WE WILL INAUGURATE A 

GRAND REMOVAL SALE! 

For the next 30 days wi close out our Splendid 
Stock ol Fine 

BOOTS and SHOES 

Below Cost. 

«"»rohai<o wlrtiaf GREAT BARQAJN8 caD obtain them b» 
hujia. tbvir Boou and Bboea during this Remoral Sale. 

WU1 Kr-orrapy New Itullillns BalU ElpeclaUr 
rar u in M Dayt from dale at Bemaral Willi the 
•AM' .tacit or Kaati and Shoes an the Const. 

THE ONLY GENUINE 

"Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 



$ 




Patented Ang. II, 1170. 



rm&HO ft JOHKS, 402 Xe»rny Street. 

' (SUCCESSORS TO BEERS k HAYMARD ) 



LET YOUR EYES 

,...BB.... 

YOur Judge; 

YOUR POCKET-BOOK 

"STouir Guide ; 

....AND.... 

READY CASH 

....THE.... 

Last Thing You Part With, 



With the above fact* constantly In Your Hind 
Von will one day become A 

WALKING ADVERTISEMENT 



FOR THE GREAT 




Auction House, 

616,618 and 620 
KEABNT ST., COB. COMMERCIAL. 



r>^.cir , io 



juitkm 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICAT10M 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Gourt Reports. 



Only Legal Journal PabLisbed Weal 
of the Mississippi. 



IT H AS BECEIVEO TUB CORDIAL ENDOBSBMENT 
OF THE PROFESSION AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 

THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. B06ARDUS, Publisher. 



HEALD'S} B1,s c S t , 

34 POST STREET. SAN FRAN0ISOO. 

This School Is Designed to Edncate 

pupilB for the practical affairs of life. It makes 
Business Education Fa specialty ; yet its iDstructiom 
is not conaned to Bookkeeping and Arithmetic 
merely, but gives such broad culture as the times 
now demand.. ThoroJbh instruction ts giveu in all 
the branohe? of an English education, and Modem 
Languages are practically taught. The discipline 
of the school is excellent, and its system of Actual. 
Business PbaOtiob ia unsurpassed. No pupils 
of bad character will be admitted. For full par- 
ticulars call at the College, or address, for circulars. 
E. P. HEALD, San Franoisco. Jy3-3m 



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^> J±. T_a A. CB. 

The Most Respectable Place on the 
PACIFIC COAST. 

337 Bias!! Street^ 

Above Maguire's Now Theatre. 

Terrapin Stews, Shrimp Saln.ls, Cral> 

Salads, Doviled Crabs, Welsh Rare-Bits, our own. 
Pan Roasts and Par Excellence, Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock Oysters fresh from our own Oyster 
Beds every morning, Chops, SteakB. Ice Creams and 
the best of Wines and Cigars. Oyster Fricassees a. 
Bpecialty. N. B. Elegant private parlors (or f*uni- 
Lies and select parties up-stalrs. 

L'HAJCLES BAACKB, 
mhiS-tf Proprietor. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishnieat. 

*36 VfashlnKton street, 

below Kcamy. PRICES R&- 

OUOED: Ratba, 25 cents. Shar-^ 

ing, 25 cents. Hair outtltue, 25 ^g pATMl 

eiuta. Hhami>ooiiut, 35 cents, 

UedTcated Baths. se 3-tf JOHN QB1MW 



OEOROF MATE". 

Dealer In Oystem, CI i nn, and. 
all kinds of BHKLL FISH. attUls Nos. 
40, 41. 44. California Market, eotrsaee 
on Calif oniia street. 

Public or private parties and families supplied 
Iron. U n, to IS r M. lalW aad Oe»" ' 

Oyster Booms open boo. 6 a. H. te 11 r. m.. 






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6SS MERCHANT STREET, 

Below Montgomery San Frandaoo 



WEDNESDA Y JULY 7 

Amusements, Etc. 

naruJre'K New Thenlre. 

Tb« general verdict is that Mr. C. D. Hew and 
hi* troupe are to be heartily thanked for coming to 
this city and famishing as with music of such jood 
quality as that given in "Mfgnon" on Monday and 
j»U uifehts. Thin opera of Ambroise Thomas, 
-tronld prove tho quality of any ordinary company, 
whilst here we have, but half the force engaged in 
this wort, the rest being in reserve for other things. 
■jtfi»rnon" has few tangible airs; the treatmentis 
peculiar, Is in fact the very reverse of that of "Man- 
saoa." In "Mignon," peculiar and extraordiny at- 
tention is paid to the recitatives, which are cer- 
tainly given a pleasing quality almost unknown to 
this style of composition. In scene VI of the first 
act. there is a dialogue between "VVUhelm and Mig- 
non in recitative, which is almost entitled to the 
distinction of being called a duo The most chorm- 
ing numbers of the opera are the sextette in the 
third scene of the first act, ' 'Who is this gay Cava- 
fer," Mignon's song in the first act, "JEnowest 
thou that dear land;" the duet between Mignon and 
Iiotario. "Swift-flying swallows;" Mignon's toilette 
song In the aeconfl act ; Filina's polonaise, "I 
am Titat-ia;" and Wilhelm's Romance in the 
fourth act. But if we run on in this way about the 
uusic. thore will be no time to speak of the singsrs. 
In brief, then, Miss Beaumont, has a full, rich 
naesxo soprano which is admirably adapted to 
nJlgnon's music, enunciates clearly and is a faii 
actreaa. Mine. Rosowald, who played Filial, hae a 
soprano voice of clear, high quality, with great 
power of execution. Mr. Castle's voice is of the most 
pronounced English scnool, all chest and throat 
sKttes, is sympathetic He will be a favorite. Mr. 
Poakee has a glorious voice, deep, resonant and 
clear, while Miss Annandale, Mr. Seguin and O. 
P. Hall and Mr. Marson, all sustained their parts 
with exemplary skill and zeal. Tonight, "H Trov- 
atore," the cast of which is well worth considering. 

CalirornlA Theatre. 

Even bad Boucicault not written, or were he not 
to write another Irish play than "The Shaughraun" 
he would well have earned the title of The Irish 
Dramatist. With all its faults- and the all ie 
small— "The Shaughraun" is a great play. Last 
night the California was jammed again, and this 
will be the case, we think, as long as the piece runs. 
Daring that time we shall take the opportunity of 
treating each character in turn, as our fashion ie. 
To commence then with Conn, as played by Mr. 
Boacicault. Conn is, as the bills rightly have it, 
-the fcoul of every fair, the life of every funeral and 
the first fiddle at all wakes and patterns. The 
transformation from the middle-aged, quiet-manner 
gentleman— which Mr. Boucicault in private life is 
— to the rollicking, ragged fellow is complete— and 
astonishing. Thoughtless joviality shines from 
erery feature of his honest, Bunburnt face, the arch 
mouth has as much to do with the fun as the twink- 
ling eyes have. But better still he is as full of ex- 
pedient;- as of humor and this great gift of expedi- 
ency plays a large part in the working ont of the 
drama. In conclusion Conn is a nearly perfect 
specimen of the thoughtless and thoughtful, lazy 
and active, dishonest and true dependent, half 
aervitor, half friend, indigenous and peculiar to Ire- 
land. 
Daly'n Fifth Avenue Theatre Company. 

XJaly'B company still arrive on Saturday evening, 
and open on the succeeding Monday. It is the in- 
tention, we belitve, of Mr. MorriEsey, and a party 
•I California gentlemen, to proceed to Sacramento 
there to meet and welcome the latest addition to 
our theatrical attractions. The sale of seats began 
at Sherman & Hyde's, this morning. Full pro- 
gramme will be issued to-morrow. 
laiant ill- Opera. 

On Sunday evening next, the Mexican Infantile 
Opera Bouffe Company, give a farewell performance 
at thu California Theatre, when the new opera of 
"Marina," will be played. 
Bncklc-.yv New Variety Theatre. 

Charley Kiinic's success continues unabated. 
YInnie "Welch makes her appearance here and Miss 
Z.ydia Livingston, both good singers and dancers. 
The double clog of Senate and Price is a great fea- 
ture, 

Palnee Variety Theatre. 

George C. Thompson's specialties, Alii Barbees 
xUw feast, Sim Baylis' shadow pantomime, and 
Harry Devoy's Dutch songs and dances, are two co- 
three of the almost numberless attractions here 
Pnday, benefit oi J. B. Goea, the Business Man- 
ager. 

New Olympic Variety Theatre. 

The programme here is a good one, and includes 
a Tariety walk-around by all the company, Dutch 
apecialties by Lottaaud Charley Harris, aeiio eomic 
songg by Ned Carry, jigs by Johnny Cook and 
»ther attractions too numerous to mention, 

Reisd* Kellze.— This mammoth sym- 

nosium, corner of Third and Market streets, under 
the Nucleus House, gtvee a grand instrumental con- 
cert every everting. l%e spacious Riesen Keller com- 
bine* billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
ekab rooms, concert hall and beer hall, all in one. 
Wood ward's Gardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday, first time of Mile. 
"Victoriue, in her great act on the Slack wire. Big. 
iavitl the Fire King in his wonderful Jtepas Ivjer- 
«««>, Mile. Grade and Mone. Leo in their lightning 
trapeze act, also appear with the Gymnastic Troupe 
and Orchestral Concert 

Nfrteo. 

The Iiingardfl are erpected to arrive from Port- 
land, Oregon, to-day. Their season in the land of 
rain has been an eminently successful one. 



WHEN THE SONG'S GONE OUT OF TOTR 
LIFE. 

I ' When the song's gone out of your life, yon can't 
start another while its a-ringing In your ears, bat it's 
best to have a bit of silence, and oat o' that maybe 
a psalm U come by and by."— Edw. Garrett] 
When the song's gone out of >onr life. 

That you thought would last to the end, 
That first sweet song: of the heart. 

That no after days can lend ; 
The song of the birds to the trees, 

The song of the wind to the flowers, 
The song that the heart Binge low to itself 
When It wakes in life's morning hours; 

"You can start no other song," 

Not even a tremulous note 
Will falter forth on the empty air ; 

It dies in your aching throat. 
It ie all In vain thattjou try, 

For the spirtt of song has fled— 
The nightingale sings no more to tho rose 

When the beautiful flower is dead. 

So let silence softly fall 

On the bruised heart's quivering strings 
Perhaps from the loss of all, you may lean. 

The Bong that the seraph sings ; 
A fraud and glorious psalm 

That will tremble and rise and thrill. 
And fill your breast with its grateful rest 

And itt lonely yearnings still- 



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The> Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre, it baa just been beautifully frcecord and is 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acta. x 

Clara Anw. , M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134 3 Post street, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. e_o 



i and Sweet. 
For the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. h 

Dr. Chab. C. CDonkbll (late TJ. S. A.), office 
and residence 825 Kearny street. The treatment 



Moical Needs In Paris. 

The members of "La Societe des Com- 
pesiteura de Musique," in Paris, have pre- 
sented a petition to the National Assembly, 
affirming that musical art in France is in 
a critical state : first, from the competi- 
tion of the impressarioa of Italian opera in 
all countries, who are out-bidding the home 
directors for French singers; secondly, be- 
couse the star tyttem is much too prevalent, 
and the ensemble in execution consequently 
neglected ; thirdly, because the choralists 
and instrumentalists are under-paid ; 
fourthly, because pensions of retraite no ■ 
longer exist; fifthly, because the repertoires 
of grand opera and the opera comique are 
too restricted, the works of the grand old 
masters being too rarely represented ; and 
sixthly, because there is not activity enough 
in the production of novelties to encourage 
the rising generation of composers. 

To remedy this disastrous state of things, 
the honorable Society suggests : first, that 
a third subsidized lyric theatre ought to be 
established in a central position of Paris ; 
second, that the Government ought to 
erect a large concert hall for the perform- 
ance of oratorios, symphonies, etc Offi- 
cial support should be extended to choral 
and orchestral societies ; in fact, the Gov- 
ernment should vote sufficient funds to turn 
to the best account the intelligence and ac- 
tivity of the artistic aspirants to fame and 
glory. 

The French musicians justly refer to the 
aid afforded the painters and sculptors as 
a reason for the development of music by 
similar grants and facilities. They main- 
tain that a noble art is being corrupted by 
the doings of the present day, and that offi- 
cial intervention — and a powerful one — is 
necessary, or otherwise the present system 
will tend to falsify and pervert the mind as 
the manners of the masses. 

Finally, the Society asks for a sum 
yearly of 100,000 francs to uphold choral 
and symphonic music exclusively. 

This petition is signed by the following 
members of the Institute : Ambroise 
Thomas, H. Keber, Felicien David, Bazin, 
Victor Masse, and eighty of the leading 
professors of Paris. 

Now, what would either of our State 
Legislatures or the Federal Congress say 
to any motion for a grant of money in sup- 
port of music ''. But, alas ! we must not 
forget that our cousins, the Fnfiftch, hardly 
dare shorten their heard — and still less cut 
it off entirely— without being officially 
supported by the Government, and that, 
in short, the nauseous smell of a gendarme 
virtually poisons the moral atmosphere — 
private as well as public — of this unfortun- 
ate country. 

FusMottnble Fit-lion. 

A gentleman called on a lady one day, 
and was told by the servant that she 
was not at home. As he turned to go 
out he caught a glimpse of her head in 
a mirror through a half open door. An 
hour afterwards he called on another 
friend, and found the lady there- "I 
have just been to yonr house," said he, 
"but not the pleasure of seeing you." "In- 
deed ! I'm sorry. But I went out in 
great haste on business." "In such haste I 
presume, that you left your head behind 
you, for I saw it in the glass." "Did you? 
It ie very possible ; I'm so very absent- 
minded". 

+. 

The Disputant*. 

Two persons were once disputing so loud- 
ly on the subject of religion that they 
awoke a big dog which had been sleeping 
on the hearth before them, and he forth- 
with barked most furiously. An old di- 
vine present, who had been quietly sipping 
his tea while the disputants were talking, 
gave the dog a kick, and exclaimed, "Hold 
your tongue, you silly brute ! you know no 
more about it than they do. " 

Tennyson'- New Play. 

Mr. Tennyson has, at last, sent to press 
the drama which he has had so long on 
hand. It will be published shortly by 
Messrs. H. S. King & Co. It is entitled 
Queen Mary, a drama," and embraces the 
life of Mary Tudor, faom her accession to 
her death, together with the chief scenes in 
her reign. 

Palmer Bros. 

Keep the "Crown" Perfumery, the best in use 



RIESEN KELLER" 



IMMENSE SUCCESS. 

3.0,000 People I 

Have Visited tnls Afnpnificent Symposium, 
and pronounced it the 

FINEST IN THE WORLD! 

Grand Concert 

Every _|Ev©:ri±iig? < 

COP. THIRD ANtTMARKET STS. 

TJnder Sluoleus SCouse. 

P. J. Z1NCSEM. 



The Young Man from the East. 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to aU the restaurant*, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly' Where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried bo crisp and brown. 

He*s the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 

Where you can sit at ease, 

And eat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if you please. 

All the young men of fashion go 

Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenish hock. " 

• 

A Word 'to the Wise, etc 

It is generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs, Vanderslice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. 

The Old Hint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thebon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Mint*' a trial N. B. Open to 2:30 a. m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-l 

This Is Interesting to Everybody* Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Schafer & Co, long in the wholesale busineBB 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer & Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 



Do Not Suffer from Coraa. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny Btreet, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. m. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. a 

Bay State Oyster aj^ Choi* Honse, 

No. 3 Stock* ori street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 
Give us a trial. 

California Institute for the Cure of 
Stammering 

And impediments in speech, slipping and Jobs of 
speech, permanently located at ti'62 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel— under the charge.of Dr. 
N. A_ Moses of Virginia. Curea effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed in all caees. 

Hats lvhi ch are Hats ! 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" fiat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. _ * 

Burhhardt's 540 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for 86; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys* boots made to order for $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 640 
Washington street. x 

Ten 111 and Chapman*. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bnsh and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bnsb street. The beBt 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windows. Rooms for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of ciga rs and liquors. m 

Don't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
3. A. Snaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearTbird, 
and save fully 25 percent, bybuyingof tfiem. Their 
motto is : ' 'Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have no baa debts to make up out ol ex- 
tra profits. l 

Laughing Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth witbaut pain by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use cart warrant success with entire 
safety in the most difficult cases. 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-Button Kid Glove for H 25 

2. pa"_r: T<& to TC« Market street. 



FREE AND EA8IY. 



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s-A. jl* o o isr. 

60S MISSION ITKEKT, 

Near Second, 

KSver-v ^atTirclay Nlg-hi. 

T0O8. WIXO, Chairman, 

Until Farther Notio*. 
A the test Songs next Saturday Night, 
EAGLES ol WILD. 




OSTERS, 

PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STEK.2STT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE ABE NOW SELLING THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for $1 85. Everything chea 
at our 

New Store, 540 Market Street, 
One door below Hibernia Bank. , 
STAB SHIRT DEPOT, 
jeS-lm ' Formerly at No. 3 Second Street, 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am dislrHrarljiK Cards, Circulars, 

Handbills, eta, on the route between here ana Sac- 
ramento—both by the Vallejo and Stockton routes, 
including all way towns, and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kindB of Advertising matter on these 
routes Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HABPvAHAN, American Exchange 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B— I can refer by per- 
mission to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Hotel and the Publisher of FiGAJto for the 
manner in which I do their work. jee-tt J 



HOWARD ST, LIVERY and SALE 

STABLE, 

SXo-\*7-tt.r<a Street-, 

Between Fourth and Filth Streets, San Francisco. 

PHILIP MOKSJIEAB, Propiletor. 

Kind and gentle horses with PhsetonB "SSSliS; 
Ladiee, Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horses. jeBlro 



PIPERS OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CUT, NETABA. 

JOHN prPEB pbofbietob 

Thin Blesant Theatre can De Rented by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
UberaUy treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPES, 
Manager and Proprietor. 
Or to J. H. HcCABE, 
fe28-tf 332 Bnsh street, San Francisco.^ 

METROPOLITAN THEATR* 

BAC1IAMESTO. 

i y tlic Ntght, "WeeH, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORKO w. Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
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THAT_I8 SO. 

Beautiful and Substantial Bete 

of Artincal TEETH only $15 and war- 
ranted equal to any work in New Tork or San Fran 
cisc. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New YorkCity. Office, 24 Post street 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 
mh-12 DB. LTJTHEK, Dentist. 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 

SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 

No. BBS Second Street, Corner of Tehama. 

dec 3l-tf 



LOUIS IX. DAVID, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 

653 fVASniXCTOS STREET. 

Theology. History, Biography, Travels, 

Fiction, Art, Sciences, Medical, etc 
Libraries and Parcels of Books Bought. rnaM-ls> 



PLAINTALKa 

What Will Become or this Country ? 

is the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
dayly increasing arrival of those accursed Asiatics. 
why it doesn't take a prophet to answer this ques- 
tion! Juat as surely, as yon read this, the horrors 
of civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide of 
China emigration in time, but also for having fat- 
tened this Termin at their own expense, until it be- 
come so numi;rous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up the country altogther, or by a eoup 
de main, free it from it. 

But to come to the point. Those persona who cry 
loudest againBt this China pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what else do you call 
it, when they, thinkingthemselvesunobservedBneak 
into Chinese washhouses or cigar stands and other 
soch like establishments— in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar— at the same time souanderine 
hundred fold the amoun* in drinking, gambling and 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In the name of common sense, is thie not 
the highest of folly? 

Is ft then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves? Surely by so doing, we would 
have less idle men, woman and children among us, 
the prisonsless crowded, andhavehadsomethingelse 
besides woodchoppingand getting out railroad ties 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country. Of the great numbers of ruined 
trades— let us only mention one, the cigar and cir- 
oretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in tbe hands of Chinamen, with the 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and wbo have done their best to stem the 
tide, but wiil surely oIbo succumb to their rivule for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up. 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAN'S &, CO., Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides their 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar, 
the best smoking article in market), also manufac- 
ture a amalh but pure Havana cigar, called Lob 
Brixlanteb, which brand is retailed all over the 
city and country towns, for 5 cents each. Now, did 
you ever hear of a Chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana cigars at that price? We did not. Surely 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized — or has it come already to this— that 
they should wear a tail, in order to sell their goods? 
This country may come to this yet. ju7 Ihi 



THUS 



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IlSedical Advice. 

DP. W.'R. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., hot. Montgomery andKearay. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. DOI1ERTV retnrnfi bis Sin- 
cere thanks to his numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at hie 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASKS 
OP THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and GENITO-TJRINARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the, 
practice of many years in Europe and the United 
States he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of aU kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, ana 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. D0HEJ2TY, H. » , 

mhll-tf San Francisco, Cal. 



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To the Unfortunate. 

Br. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 633 Kearny Street. Corner of 

Commercial, San Franciscc. S<n*Tanceorj 
Commercial. Established in 185 »,for the 
treatment and cure of all diseases or the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal o£ 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
Impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. P. GIBBON, Box 1957, San 
Fran clsco. no25-tf 



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M.RiTANA. 

Betwrdav FNcalnff. Last PcrforB>aner o< 

MARTHA 

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In I'repSarat.or, >K'/:\RTS MaatSTWOJ r , THE 

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Hnrrinl trala, Arrantm. u Loratloo •l.<r», #1.'* aad «i.iki. 
.ta ra D dow ha Mound at SHERMAN * HYDE'S Mutic BtOM, 
ruro.r Kcarnjr and Bailor atrcota, and at Box oftloo of Theatre. 

<«TTh* Eafljah Opara Libretto, are for eat? only at Sherman It HjiU'b 
Moalc Mora, and at ika Theatre at night, all other, unreliable. 

gWltr KVABB PIANOS are uaed by the English Opera Company. *lmlly 
tami.be-1 nj A L. BAKCRUPT A CO. 723 Market utrtmt. 

<ar»ASOX A HAMLIN ORGANS. OMd hi the En.liRb Opera, kimlly 
faaniaM ay KOHLEK. CHASE A CO . 633 ami 63.'. Clay .treet. 



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SHAUGHRAUN! 

\rw liimmillr *rftirr>. M.Tlmnl. il .n<n- nnil 4 |<P"I nlmrnt* 
I.. M..-I- \». I. I'Orllll! I. -I 1 PC I IE\ . .<<>ll\ T(rK- 
Itl S< 11, K. -.IKKklliM-l. I. aWOMtfl IV I (< . 
gst which those b«autifal aim, the • 
U id* ' Airah Von. 

^ he Drams. A full 
chorus ex.* i—ly eugs*ivvl (or the occasion 

U play takes place In County Sllgo, Tho time- prewint 
IAPT. MOIIMJA, A Young KnclUh OHloer, commanding a detach- . 

.11. j. «<i\n<;li: 

BoImtI I full -it. A v nnf IrUh itutlrmiu, under sentence ft* ft I 

-ilu Arte O Ncsl*.. N. l-i.n Itt . k. ■ 

Father 11.. Ian. The Parish I'm-*', of Sullebeg. hi. Tutor and t.uardian 

. .Hi lit y K»l%»ar.rH 

* ..rr> klnrhrlii. A S-joiroeo « . A. Ilt'htaycr 

Httru. ItulT. A i'ollce Agent, in di -Ajuise of • Peasant, under the Dame 
of Ketch ifi.iM-rt I'ntemnn 

OONK, THi: 3HAUGHP MN DION BOUCIOATTM' 

The Soul of eMjn FUr; the lift •>( every Funeral; the F.rat Fiddle at all 
Wv.Wingft and P«tt. i 

Scrsranl .liinri. Of Gh« -tint C. II. Sltslnjci 

Kfansitn \ / Trunk Klltlny 

Brill) f | .Cohn W.lsmij 

-„mh;,., i;. s. Thayer 

l»..vl. I I .Mnrry WtxMlf 

l>nnovnn ) \ II. Hut-kli « 

Arl«- U'.Vuilf, In Ioto with Robert MI» Carrie WyaM 

«'l«lr«- Kolint, A fl\go Udj MINI I.t'lla I'u.ciuan 

Mrs. O'Kcll*. Coon't, tlotbac MrH. Ju<l:.lt 

♦loin. Fdtbrr Dolan's Nii-re, Id love with (Joan Ml** Jrnnte Let 

Hriiittft li.uliRau. A Keonex 

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THE ACTION OF THE PLAY. 
ACT Ii Scnia 1 — SuiiaJn.-^-. Xtebsmaol two Iripb rirU—tho visit. 

2— The Bladketn tjonn'e cupboard, The F.iftitfve, Two lovers. 
BCBHX 3— The exterior Of FuthtirDolan'ri. The Sliaugliraun. Ci-ninjioesbimMng. 

N D 4— The home of the Porisli Priest. Conn maltoa a clean breast of it. 
ACT II.— Scene I.— A routn in lialljTu^get Bouse, The counterplot. 
& SHE 2— Father Dolan'a. Ulalrt- uid nCoilneiU Hod each other out. 
S. kne 3— The Barrack-room, How Robert Ffolliott fell into the trap. 
Scene 4— Mrs. < ('Kelly's Cabin. Conn gets a letter and in bothered. 
SCENE 5— The gate tower. The ambush and the escape. 

S! i.NK 6— The Blaskete. Conn and Robtrt hunted. Hoiv Conn played the fox. 
S< BNB 7 — RathKarron Head. How Claire FfolJiot nlayed the Decoy-duck. 
Bi BNE S -The ruins of St, Bridget's Abbey. The love tryst. 
ACT pX— Sckke 1— Mrs. O'Kellys cabin. The amueaty. 
Scene 2— The wake of Conn the Shaughrann, Great News. 
Scene 3— The shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

Scene 4 -The coot'B nest. Harvey Duff gets into a warm corner. Kiucheia 
comes to a bad end. Father Dolan gives his consent 




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Mr. »v»ni Knvtortt 

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Mr. (iUbcrl 

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TT'CSDAY KVENLNO, July IJ. 

X--o3aL<a.oxx Assurance 

Wedrtesd ily nth, for the lirat Utni 

TIN DALY r 8 vetytpoptilu Comedy oi I 9ve«ota, 

OX VORC 

Thursday Escniuc, July 15 DIVOKCK 

(With its famous original New York I 
Friday Evening, July Itith, the Brilliant Comedy in Five Act#, by DION not - 
OICAULT, Esq., entitled 

OLD HEADS AND YOUKC HEARTS T 

Saturday Mallnee. July I" Ditoiirt 

Saturday Evenlsg. July 17th, the great original success of the Fifth Avenue 
Theatre, the Parisian Comedy in Five Acts, entitled 

!F*:iH.C>TJ-;Er»;E : *.c>TJ. 



Monday Nlcht, July 19.. 



Till: I.K. BONANZA 



MR. DALY can give but 35 representations in San Franctuco. Five WEEKS 
Is the Positive Limtt of bis viBit, and during that period he will present with 
New Scenery and Fashionable Garniture, manufactured in New York ennregaly 
for these performances. Seats and Boxes can be secured at SHERMAN tt 

HYDK'S. corner of Sutter and Kear ny Street^, to-morrow. 

PRICES— Ba.x«s (seating four persons). $H: «»■ tIm •.ira, 91 SO; Bal- 
ennr. #1: AdmlsHlon. MI. Mailnee Pticen -in ehcsira, (Hi; 

isubhcrlpLlouit fur lln- 



itnlciHiy, 7& cenlm AdniiHMlon, ..* o«iiIh, 
t'nllrc KeaNon will be received. 

TREASURER AND BUSINESS MANAGEtR 



.J. W. MORRISSEY 



SANTA MONICA. 

Thiw far flontbern Calif oral* haft lacked 
a eoauaarcial city. Lot Anaelea. baa, per* 
haa- more nearly than any other place. 
attempted to nupply thin want, but Lea 
AotHiei has oerer baeo<quite able to offset 
tAe great disadvantage of a harbor so de 
feealve aa almost to be worthies*. The 
United States Government, baa expended 
over half a million dollars on San Pedro 
Bay without apparent benetldal result, and 
fright and paawngere art discharged Into 
lighten, then :■-■ carri.-d *«Tvral miles up a 
narrow, ".hallow, muddy creek, and finally 
dJOTcobarked la a swamp, twenty-six rnilee 
by rail from Loa Angelea 

Tweoty miles north of San Pedro and 
directly west of Los Angeles, from which 
it is but fourteen miles distant, lies the 
beautiful bay of Santo Monica. The har- 
bor is so much better Iran San Pedro, 
that, during a recent gule. while the 
Jteaater was unable to discharge into a 
lighter at the latter place, but carried her 
argo oo toSan Diego, a schooner unloaded 
at Santa Monica lumber fnr the construc- 
tlonof the wharf at that point. This wharf 
ft two thousand feet in length, and reaches 
a point where there is thirty feet of wate 
at low tide. From the wharf to Los An- 
geles the road bed of the proposed railroad 
U graded : the ties are contracted for, and 
enough Iron has been purcbaxetl and 
ahlpped to construct the road a distance 
of forty mllsa. The pass HTadlnjj through 
Cejon Pass la also nearly done, and means 
have been scared to construct the road 
to Independence within a twelvemonth. 

That Santa Monica is to be the future 
Htj of Southern California, will be rv;adily 
conceded- after an examination I ita 
many advantages. 

Tbo future city of the Southern Coast 

The Long Branch of tbo Fedfto 

The terminus of two trans-continea.tal 

roads. 
Twelve mtles of beautiful beach for riding 

A soil of unexampled fertility 

A site of unratnassmg beauty. 

The terminus of the Lob Angeles and In- 
dependenoe Railroad. 

CMrnanding the trade of Panamint. 
Coso, and Oerro Gordo. 

Surrounded bj 100.000 acros of land for 
Orange .Olive and Lemon Orchards. 

Twelve ratlei tron Los Angelea. 

A harbor where vessels can find shelter in 
any storm. 

Thirty feet of water at tbo "wharf at low 1 
tide 

Abundant water from living springs arte- 
sian wells and ordinary walls. 

Htreets and lots have a natural grade 

Climate the most delightful in the world 




To merchants deslrlris to oom.aence bosi 
aeae el any kind 

To imagh antes seeking to establlab them- 
selves in a thriving locality. 

To invalids looking for health and profit 

To all who wish to make safe and profite- 
er lavastmanU, 

S/1NTA MONICA 






ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SANTA MONICA, 

INCLUDING BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA I'ARMS, 



WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, , ON THU«8DAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Term* of Bale will be made known through the public pre»e. No Iota diipoged of at private •sal*' until aftar the auction. 

For Maps. j*antp6T*ts. and general Information In regard to the proposed city, apply at Santa Monica, or at 



lOUtlG.N TUEATEICAL BKtTS. 




AT 

■53? MERCHAAT STBfcET, 

tow Montgomery ...S*n Franctooo 



THURSDAY JULY 8 



stray Hits and m..i. n BIU. 

Don't advertise; it gives people abroad a 

knowledge of your town and they come 

and settle in it ; it will grow, and other 

si will be induced to come in and 

thus increase your competition. 

At a certain Episcopal Church in Boston 
*lte congregation revenge themselves on on 
inefficient choir by Responding during the 
litany with, "Lord hare mercy on our 
iuiserable singers." 

The manager of a theatre gave a splendid 
banquet to some artists ami a few dramatic 
authors. One of the Utter proposed the 
health of the manager who received them 
b he would not receive 
their pieces. "Gentlemen," replied thu 
manager, "if I received your pieces, be as 
sored I could not receive you M well as you 
i do.* 7 
A large, ferocious do?, finding his way 
into a dry-goods store filled with lady cus- 
tomers, created considerable alarm, when a 
raw-looking case remarked that if they'd 
give him what be wanted, likely the dog 
■would leave. What could a dog want in a 
dry-goods store ? Why, he wanted muzzlin', 
of course. 

Holmes remarks on the wonderful pro- 
visions of nature. He says there is not 
even left a narrow crevice under a flat rock 
without a thin black bug prepared by 
Providence to fill it It is the same way 
when vacancies occur in official positions. 
Cloves sprinkled in an umbrella will keep 
it from moths. We hope the man who has 
got ours will hear of this. 

An indignant subscriber called on a 
Minnesota editor a few days ago, and fired 
t&x shots from a navy revolver through the 
unfortunate man's brain, after which the 
editor got up and kicked the indignant sub- 
scriber down stairs, remarking, as he did 
ao, that he would be "eternally salivated" 
if he wanted any man to come fooling 
around bothering him while he was at 
*vork- 

This is what an envious Chicagoan says : 
"When a Detroit girl wants to see how 
her new pull-back dress looks from a dis 
tance she hangs it over a pair of tongs. " 

If thiB story came from any place but 
Colorado, we wouldn't believe it. But the 
newspaper men out there are all George 
-Washingtona in their love for the truth ; 
"A miner, who has been prospecting in 
south-western Colorodo, has found a whole 
forest of petrified trees with petrified birds 
sitting on the limbs singing petrified songs. " 
It's astonishing, says the New Orleans 
Bulletin, to see how little there is of some 
ladies in these days of contracted skirts. 
And it is equally astonishing to see how 
touch there is of some others. 

The market is very hard on a broker 
when he cannot bear it. 
A German figure of speech— Nein. 
An Ohio girl got up the other morning to 
bathe her face in the liquid dew, and cut 
off one of her fingers on an old scythe hid- 
den in the grass. There's always some 
drawback to sentiment. 

"What a shame that I should be starv- 
ing :" exclaimed a poor corset-maker out of 
work— "I that have stayed the stomachs of 
hundreds." 

"On which side of the platform is my 
train ?" asked a stranger in a Jersey City 
- depot the other day. "Well, my friend," 
replied a gentleman, passing, "if yon take 
the left, you'll be right, if you take the 
ri-ht, you'll be left." 

A young lady on Madison avenue who 
bad previously led a most uneventful life 
yesterday took a short walk, in the course 
oi which she met the most hideous woman 
wearing the loveliest dress, the dearest duck 
of a fellow with the sweetest moustache, 
the most horrible mud-puddle, the nicest 
weather, and the rudest man that she had 
ever seen, known or heard of. 



The Antelope Oyster Domse. 

Our specialty, always the best oystere in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established In 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. K. B.— Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. B 



.4 Magnificent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the beet Ha- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and nizht, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, ofl Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter. 

If Ton 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
*-* arse of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
fowell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for 81 

T e-Q 

Photographic. 

Edouart i b 504 Kearney street, produce 

astel Painting which are superior to either Oi 

Water Colors. Enlargements in all style*, gen- 

photographi c work iruarante ed. ft-aa 

Ine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
allender's, cor r of Second and Mission. A 
ne assortment o. thaina, jewelry, etc Call and 
xamne. 5-y 



For Perfect-Fitting Boom 

Go to James Matthew's, the A 1 bootmaker aad 



The London Sportsman says, that Sal- 
vim receives only the modest salary of £15 
i week. It seems that he was origi- 
nilly offered "half shares," but remem- 
,.bat a bad speculation Rietori made 
on these terms during her last visit in Eng- 
land, he declined the proposal, and accepted 
the magnificent remuneration of £2. 105 a 
night in return for which, I should say, he 
has brought thousands into theDrury Lane 
treasury. 

During a recent performance of "Girofle- 
Girofla" at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, 
Mias Catherine Lewis, the heroine, fell 
into a violent fit of hysterics at the close of 
the duet at the breakfest table. The 
bridegroom, carried her off, and the cur- 
tain was lowered for fifteen minutes, when 
the performance was recommenced. 
Mi-vi Genevieve Ward, an American ae- 
ho played in this country merely 
as a novice, has attained considerable dis- 
tinction in Dublin and elsewhere in the 
British Isles. She lately played Medea at 
a dramatic performance given to the Amer- 
ican rifle team. It is announced that she 
will play in Italian with Salvini next fall, 
and ultimately return to this country in 
her maturity of power and experience. 

In an account of a visit of its Paris cor- 
raspondent to the class-room of Prof. War- 
tel, the Chicago T* .ics recently mentioned 
Jlra. Edward Knox, nee Miss Florence 
Rice, in thia wise : "Her voice is a superb 
mezzo soprano or high contralto, and she is 
making astonishing progress under Prof. 
Wartel's tuition. Mrs. Knox will sing "La 
Favorita" and "L'Africaine," with the 
double attraction of a magnificent form and 
expressive face added to one of the rarest 
voices Nature has ever gifted her children 
with. Mrs. Knox will sing in French, and 
expects to appear at the Grand Opera House 
in the fall." 

During the Summer months Mr. Lytton 
Sothern is engaged to appear at the Lon- 
desborough Theatre, at Scarborough, in a 
large round of characters, including 
Romeo, Claude Melnotte, and Orlando. 
He will return to the Haymarket for the 
Winter season. 

Miss Kate Bateman will act Lady 
Macbeth at the Lyceum Theatre, London, 
next Autumn, to the Macbeth of Mr. 
Henry Irving. 

The London Haymarket season termi- 
nated earlier than usual, and the house 
after the 28th May was to let until the be- 
ginning of August. 

The production at the Mirror Theatre, 
London, (late Holborn), of the "Detect- 
ive," adapted by Clement Scott and B. 
Manuel, from Adolph Belot's "Le Parri- 
cide," took place May 29. A version of 
the piece was given under the title of 
"The Patricide" a couple of years ago at 
the Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York. 

George Rignold's mother, a veteran ac- 
tress of seventy-four, published in the 
London Era, a letter from a Rev. George 
C. Miln, an American clergyman, com- 
plimenting her son upon hia performance 
of "Henry "V., and expatiating upon the 
elevated tone of the play. Who is the 
Rev. George C. Miln? 

Mesdames Christine Nillsnn and Emma 
Albani sang the duet, "Sull,' Aria," at a 
recent state concert at Winsor Castle. 
Campanini, Stanley and Maurel, gave at 
the same entertainment the famous trio 
from "William TelL" 

At Posen, Mile. Oria, a soubrette, has 
been summoned before the Police tribunal 
for singing an extempore couplet libeling 
Madame Lucca. 

M. Strakosch is about to construct, in 
Paris, a magnificent building in the style 
of the Alhambra palace. 

An immense hippodrome, capable of 
holding 15,000, is in construction at the 
Champs Elysees, Paris. It will be ready 
for opening about the July 15th. 

♦ 

The Wlilie Race vs. the Mongolian. 
This U the season of the rear that the invasion of 
California by the Chinese barbarians is renewed. 
Thousands of emigrants. Christians by color, edu- 
cation and civilization are also swarming to this 
Land of Gold, induced to come by higher wages 
and a prosperous State. But the question arises will 
thia prosperity last long, if the fact remains much 
longe-. that this wretched scum of a leprous race 
And employment immediately on their arrival 
through the agencies oi their companies, while 
many of our emigrants are seeking work in Tain, 
until tired and disgusted they return East. In the 
face of thia crying evil there is one firm in this city 
whow names ought to be emblazoned in letters of 

fold ; for they, notwithstanding they run a Cigar 
actory. employ none but white men. The firm 
we refer to is Gordon & Burke, No. 812 Market 
street, opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
ers to patronize them, not only because they employ 
Whit? Labor, but bec*use they keep the very finest 
brands of Cigars both Imported and Domestic, and 
the beat quality of Tobaccos, Snuffs, etc , 



*1 imager* 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Streei. 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc, printed to 
Butt the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
S'aatly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged (or 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
tach letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor In 1860 
and has been in successful operation ever sirce. 

r s-ci 

"Chicago Moving Westward." 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Mesam T. * D. Lundy, who have just opened at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's church, 
with the finest assortment ever imported to »^t« 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use. also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc.. etc., all of which they furnish 
mta. 



The original ' 'Swain's Bakery^is now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DOG LICESSES_FGR 1875-76! 

The New Do: Tag License for 1870-6 I* 
now ready for deincry, at $3 each. Office— No. " 
CITY HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses for the year ending July 1. 

now Jut and payable, and delinquent on 

the first Jay of August, after which default will be 

added. The Kuw Badges for Drivers of Hackney 

Carriages are now leady for delivery. 

1'JCLDLKRS AND RUNNERS will make prompt 
payment for this Quarter now due, 

JAMES O. DEAN, Collector of Licenses, 
j y7-10t Otiice -No. " City Hall, 2d floor, 

AVERILL. 

CHEMICAL PAINT! 

MANUFACTURED BY THE 

Cal. Chfimicsl_Pdlnt Comp'y, 

Pare White and any Shade or Color 

This Paint 1* rrepttred in Liquid Form 

READY for use, requiring no further addition of 
oil or spirits. It is of pure white, and of any 
shade or color. 

it is competed of the best materials (mown to the 
trade— pure linseed oil, strictiy pure white 
lead, pure zinc, and the purest coloring matter 
procurable for tinting, which, by our peculiar pro- 
cess of manufacture, are so thoroughly united, that 
they cinnot Separate. Hence, it will never chalk, 
crack, or peel off ; does not run from seams or nail- 
holes; and for brilliancy of color and beauty 

OF FINISH IT m WITHOUT A RIVAL, 

It will last twice as long as the beat White Lead, 
prepared in the usual way. while the cost of pain ting 
with the Averill Faint Is less. 

We have in our employ some of the best painters 
on this coast, and are prepared to furnish estimates 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING! 
In all its details, inside and outside work, graining. 
&c ' and we guarantee that all work done by us 
shall be unexceptional in quality and style, and pos- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our office or addressed to us, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

Office and D^pot, 117 Fine Street, 

Between Front and Battery. jy7.1w 



GOOLEITOUGH 




No. 1 77 Jessie Street. 

je24-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROIRIRG OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS 
FOIMHG SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnehes 
Dinners aad Suppers. 

3RLNO YOUR WIPE! 

BBINQ YOUR FAJirLY! 
BRING YOUR LADY FTHENDS 

And «djot ft Tie w of the finest OOEAN PAJSO' 

BAMA IN THE WOULD, >U in sight of 

lb* world-renowned 

Golden Gate. 

With ft fleet of irhrte.wis.ged messengers enterlas 
from evert pftrt of the commercial world. 

US-New Lioe Basses, aonneotiag with Screftt 
Ovrs et Lone Mountain ererr 13 annate* hereftitei 
for tlie Cliff ttouss Jyl-tl 



STABLE 



NEW YORK 

Carriages 

TO LVT 
At nil hours, 
NO. 38 SJXTH STREET, 

Between Market and Mission, Stan Francisco. 

Particular Attention Paid to BoardlnK 

Horses. Team- of Every Description 

TO JLKT. 

jeS-lm C. R. TAYLOR ft CO. Proprietors. 





;r ^^f^^Kooif^ 1 -^^''"^ 






KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



Commercial and 411 Clay St*, 



GEO. A~ CASE, 

33 E UNT T I m T, 
818 Kearny Street, 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND .NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVING 5 BANK 

No. 215 Sansome Street. 

The Dire et or* have declared a dividend 

at the rate of Nine W) per cent, per annum on Term 
an J Seven and a Half (7i) per cent, per 
anDum on Ordinary Deposits, for tne term ending 
Jane 30. 1875. free of Federal tax. payable on ana 
after MONDAY. July 12th. 1375. 

JOHN PARROTT. President. 
»,Sau Francisco. June 30. 1375. jy6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

The Boa til or Directors of this Boelety 

have declarel tht.' dividend (or the half yeir ending 
June 30, 1875. at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
annum on term deposits and t-even and one-half 
per cent. (7J) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax. payable on and after July 15, 1875. 
By order. Jy2-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mo r tease In I on and Savings 

Bank of California, 5it4 California street, corner oi 
Webb.— For the quarter ending with June 30th, 
1875. a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of Eight (8) per cent per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of FedeiaJ tax. payable on and after 
July 6th, 1875- JOilN T. CARTER. 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



Between Sutter aad Bosh Streets 

Den ttrtry Is all h» branches, at re*icnabl« rata 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety. 512 California Street, 

Tin- Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Sii-Tentha (9 6-10) per ceut'per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (3) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30. 1375, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
' je25-lm D. B. OHI3HOLM, Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with June 

30tb, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per centner annum on term deposits and 
seven and one half |7s) per cent on ordioary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Per order, 
je28-lm LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASON fIC TEMPLE, 

Saj* Fbancisoo. 

Guarantee Capital $170,000 

money Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank Issues cer- 
tincatesof deposit payable in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
L'anadas; also, I-ondon, Paris, Himburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
the patronage of all persons. 

WH. H. CULVER, President. 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES. Secretary. 



Mahogany Leat 

FINE-CUT 

CHEWING TOBACCO 1 

Manufactured by the 

CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO. 



Choice Rips Mahogany California- 
Grown Leaf, 

CUBED BY THE CULP PROCESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

....AND.... 

MORE NATURAL SUGAR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 
For sale in lots to suit at 

NO. 207 FRONT STREET, 

BY THE 

Consolidated Tobacco Co. 

je25-]0t E. BRieCS. Agent. 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Mantel Clocks and Bronzes, 

AND,... 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

The Present Qnnrtcrs having to he va- 
cated for the NeW Building of the S. F. Board oi 
Brokers, 

THOMAS DAT, 
335 Pine Street, 

Mill Offer His Entire Stock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

ielMm 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

IDS KEAJIXY STREET. joll-Im 



ALFRED BARRETT, 

Late of 13 Second Street, 

HAS REMOVED TO 

44 SECOND 8TBEET 

SBAB JES8IK. 
CT Watches sad Jewelrr Kepolred at 
Hew York Price.. 
EsWolisftod ftinui 18M. mjW-tt 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fan, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

WO BQTJAIi. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAN 

* 

Pass blyx Bvenlnc 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Kodsh and Dunce.., both Clos and Fancy. 
A bi:<;i Lilt v iKir.Ti snow. 

The Proprietor baring catered to the raite ol the 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity Encqalled 0.\ Tills coast 

THE PRETTIEST - OF TALENT 

....A»D..„ 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

MRS. A. C. SCOJT, PROPRIETOR 

....OOENEE.... 

Sacramento z ■■ Kearny Sts. 



S. F.&N.P. R^&SIEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

Ob and alter Monday. Mar 3Ut. 1875, 

the new, elegant and fast Steamer JAMES M 
DUNAHUE, Cape. W. Warner, will make two trips 
daily (SuLdaya excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars (or 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg. Lytton Clo 
verdale, and with stages Tor Sonoma, Skagg's, Mark 
West, Bdrtlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills , Fiak Mills, 
Gualala, Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat. Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines, Kcturning the cars will leave Olover- 
dale at 8:10 a. m. and 3:30 p. M., connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San FranciBCo at 
12:40 p. m. and 8 P. M. Freight received all day. 
THE GEYSERS. 
VAN AKNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line vl» 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and best route 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, seven hours— passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SUNDAY EXCUBSIOKS. 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6:i5 

P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

„ „ P. DONAHUE, Preeidenl 

F. H. GERDE9. Gen'J P. & T. AgL. 

Office, 426 Montgomery street. nolO-tf 



H. E. MATTHEWS Si CO. 




Lithographing. Printing. Engraving, 

Book Binding, Blank Forms. Cer- 

liiUate-, Conntlng-Hou&e 

Stationers, 

NO. 306 CALIFORNIA-9T.. SAN FRANCISCO 
je22-lm 



LOKDON 

Covent Garden! 

THE GATHERING PLACE OF 

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD I 

....THE OHLr... 

Oyster Palace! 

In 1 he City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mil erwix ROSSI, Proprietor. 



IMPORTANT to FAMILIES 




TABLE WaR: AND ALL GOODS 

From which the Silver Is worn, Replated 
in the most durable manner, at the 

Sail Francisco Gold and Silver 
Plating Works, 

Nob, C53 ana 6S5 Mission Street, Between 
New Monticomery and Third sis. 

A Fine Stock of TABLE WARE for Bale at tb. 
Lowest ratea. E. G. DEKNI8TON, 

ma£-3m Proprietor. 



"»=»• f\ TVTTVir A t*""- 

The Finest Bath-Honse In {lie World 

wiU open for buaines, on Tnesday, f"ne »tb. 

ImproVed Turld.h Bath. »t B*. or Slz Tickets for 
87 50. Refreshment* extra. Ladies days for the 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Bath, for Ladies open everyday; 
entrance on Basley place, off O'FftrreU street : for 
SStSmen, lltndfi Dupont at. DR8. LORVEA 
i TBASK. Proprietors. JeM-lw 



il 



Oyster Parlor 

fcM r.« -i ■ *• »T. 

- in •• 




TAPE WORM 



* Bare. Ta>>na nana trwyvkin.' 



buUbM UaU. 



«AW nUXCOOO, THURSDAY. JTJLT 8, UB. 



VOL. XXI. 



DR. C 
- •- Ml KU.I.i, Mntl, 



' 






California Theatre. New Olympic Variety PALACE VARIETIES. 

Twin *vt*wi. " » o*a*y btkeet nkax kxa«ny. 



I Canar Tard and Maasueai 



OHAVU 



Farewell Performance! 

MEXICAN INFANTILE 

OPERA BOUFFE 



im bbnaTIom .L mwr part • 
Four i ;nd Men 

VIlVItfiE WCLCH, 
MISS MILLIE MARTINI 



- NDAY EVKMSrt, JULY II. 



LA GRANDE DUCHESSE 
De Gerolsteln I 



i.ri«4 Urn • 



m ••■ltliT 
_ _tril IUM 
•t*r*n Tiark 
rrtacc r*«l 

■ores. 4>rat 



.. n»l.|rln 

■.• mrn I mi it » tin run 

Mm. 1.ui'i.lui>. >. i pforot. 

Mnii I «lr«nn H»nm 

Mort «. ilirlrl ». 7 Huron 

M».i st..»arln *um1n..il 

Mm* T. tl* 1 J«ii' < mlrlan 

\ln.» fmnrlM-o MMrtlat"/ 

Nino Aurrllo RmlrtxLH-r 



nifta Mr.* 4 armea LoTiatn 

l WJt Mn4 t.nilllii Tiny a ran 

m.rl-M- Mu» AttrrlU Krnlllr* 

Asm- 11. %lnn •>«""*■" *l nit lea 

a^Mtan oT to* urwl D<»ch«*n' Army. Vivmadiere*. L-wliw 

■ I ' 

-pi. n Jl«l ('(Minnie and all Orchestral and Choral 

I IT. < U. _ _ 

■■ileal Mrrrtor KDI IHDO ISDA 1 HOBOS 

Between the Acts, 

SEHORIT* S0LEOA0 U10A Y MORON! 

M Artel froa. 

"ERNAN." and "TRAVIATA." 

AND 

Th* BOLKRO from THE SICILIAN VESPERS ! 



Prices Am ITaual. 
Heal, ran be arrnre.1 at the Theatre OD Saturday 
and landitT from It to 4 o'clock. 



PABLO L'NDA T MORON HUO V 00 

..Dmr.-roR, AND Manaoers 

It AM . .AOEXT AXD M AN A.: HI: 
UHARLKd KCHl'TZ BnsI.NKrtS Hanaoer 



THIS EVENING 



JULY H 



a Grand First Part 



VARIETY WALK-AROUND 



MjiIIimI 
rUh Jig 



. Baitv 

1:1m iiuiiti 

Kiln Harrlngl'tn 



* HnrrlnRlon 

( log .l..l|lill> 4 IMlti 

r.tlllli LOMMK m»>ih[« 

The Mysterious Restaurant 



Barry 



.And.. 



.DUrtll 



0.rr|ur«- 

»i itin.i ii*iit •»!«« 

•Mini 

imll HIT* 



OrrlH'alrii 

unmi; » 1 1 1 .1 

I h.irli - l.\.ili- 
llll.HH K0lllN*0\ 






DUTCH SPECIALTIES. 

.. .Aod Charley Harri* 



Overtiir. 
SUM. 

Ifcunr*' 

sung and Dance. 

Sams 



. Orrhrttra 
HILLIK II lit II M 

r.'iinv Hunker 

J oh tun Cook 

Klin itnilil 



LES IYHtJERABL.ES . 



Carrol... 



.H-wris... 



tl^rrlnr.- 

Ballad 

tliiUiili»'« <•<>■.«• Iwnj..., 

SO.M. AMI DAM I', 



Or. he. Ira 

l,nni>r Soiurr* 

llnuht') ltoitiiiM.n 
M.VMF. WELCH 



SERIO-COMIC SONGS NEDBAKRY 



Bone Solo 

Song 

.lie 

ICM ALUMS 

Ill 1 1 11 mix; \ m> ihm F, 
so\«. 



Lon lll\on 

I.mliv Hooker 

Johnny Cooh 

inn 1 tiKAi 

..CHABLK1 lllltltl- 
. tllM.II MABTIM 



To oonclude witb 

DUPLEX ON THE^BEATj 

IN REHEARSAL, 

THB BRA^D O^F SH4MK 

Pnrq net 35 centa 

Grant Boom 611 eenta 

Private Boxva S3 50 

Door. Open at 7. To commence at 8 Hbarp. 



NY. 
MA — 



■ttrruiiMi or 

MISS CLAUDE. 


THIS 


EVENING LT 8 






will eonuaaao. with o«r 1 



FI »^«. 



'A-jFLT. 



Bnllml 

B»ni.» *■ l.i 

.Ml t i> 

iHIKH II II -0>«. 



llrilif.im 

I.I « IM, 

lliirr< HnHArd 

Wl-.- «l«|» ft||Tll\ 

m** loi i-i n 1 



CURMNG DONE!. 






ranr> D.inrr 


— NaikIc Brrvtri 
tlABUlr k«ll» 


GEO. O. 
Is 


in- Indium 








THK 

A.1 11 


UREAT KIRK i: ATHl 

Bartoee. 






NATURE and PHILOSOPflY 

The Youth who Nerer Saw a Woman.... HU-* Louiso Lee 

Ell.-* Maggie Ur»wet 

Jake - Geo. 0. Thompson 

Father PhUlip Matt Kelly 



HEADS FELT. 



Devoy . 



, . Howard . ■ . 



..And. 



..Stewart 



Ballad Maaal** Kelly 

sunt iimi Dance Idlt t-'inU 

BALLAD „ MLSM MAUD PATKMAN 

Sri-io-Conilc Sons Mi»H Climdr 

III Tl'H SOR« AND DANCE I1ARRY DEVOV 

Ballad Carrie Willi* 



To conclude with 
And Bis LIVING SHADOWS. 

TENDERED TO 

By the Company o( the PALACE VARIETIES, 

Friday, July Q. 

AdnilHalon 35 cents 

Orchestra Seals SO centM 

Private Boxes 93 Maud $3 uo 

Doors open at 7. To commence at 8. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

TUBATRB. 

!f w enra« Kwih aad fin. rtmvta. 

ri..>rRim>nBi 

~*» «nl 5l*f» Km. . 
E8ohialdl....MojMalDlnMarlBa«b. ) ' Irnaanr 

Of 

CHARLEY KIMIC! 



ontBiT of 
Miss LYOIA LIVINGSTON 



THIS EVENING 



JFULT 8 



Th. PcrfiiroiMico wul Cmnmcn. wlta a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FOI 

Bntnf Um? Only I'Uc-- In Lbr City E.iil»raoiu# 

Four HJaad JVEerL. 

PlaUhinl with the VARIETY WALK AROUND 



IMTBRtiUrH 



DEMON IN THE WOODS. 

Nlck.noo Ad 1 Benal* 



DOUBLE SONG ana DANCE. SWAIN ana WBST 

Itiinlosoln Itorr. Henau 

Kirn-. IIIIIll l«Bk LIMA IIMM.HTV* 



DUTCH I3LI3MCIC3. SONGS 




Favorite BaUad Maiwle St. Clair 

Biillatl t.ronte Fouler 

SHIRK'S HOKM-ITK 1,1 m A LlllV«;*TO* 

Souk nollle LoPiirre.t 

DOUBLE tlOfc S1NITK AM. FBU'E 



HANDT ANDY. 



Mortimore And . , 



Sentimental Ballad C. Nkkmoi 

Irish Lilt si. LettK 

BaUad.^..^. katlt* ■«•• 

i-omir. Ditty... Macele Sb Clair 

Overture Orohesu* 

TOO LATE FOIL THE BOAT 

BT ALL THK MALE AKTISTS 



PRICES OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 25 cents I Boxes fl SO and 93 00 

Green Boom SO cents extra. 



«T. J-.. WIajBIMT, 

DENTIST, 

HAS BEHOVED HIS OFFICE 

Laboratorj from No. 8 Kearny St 
to 7*3 HaraetHtrtMt, over Wldbor's oj-h.- 
dell-lm 



A Great 
Variety of 



M&t$ 




MATS 



In Great 

Variety. 



At the 1 X L AUCTION HOITSE, Nob. «1€, 618 and 630 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



candies. 



All Kinds or the Finest Candy Had* 

At our Steam Candy Factory daily. All ordera, es- 
pecially from the country, are solicited and will hi 
promptly attended to. 

Canty «& Wagner. 
sulS 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



REMOVAL. REMOVAL. 

Building to be Torn Down. 

On or About the 31st of MAY, 

WILL TKMFOBABILY REMOVE TO 

402 Kearnv St. 

MEANWHILE WE WILL INAUGURATE A . 

GRAND REMOVAL SALE ! 

For the next 30 days wi close out our Splendid 
Stock of Fino 

BOOTS and SHOES 

Below Cost. 



. wUhlag GREAT BARGAINS can obtain them by 

baflag tbuir Boot, aod Shoes during this Remoral Sale. 

Will Ue-ocen.pi New Bulldln.it Built Eipeclnllr 
far aa In 90 Day. from date or Removal with the 
•neat .tack or Boot, and Shoe, on the Coast. 

THE ONLY GENUINE 



l> 



Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 




TiTSABD ft J0HS8, 403 Xtany Stre.t. 

I TO Mm * MAYNARD.) 

Alexia Tlea. 



LET YOUR EYES 

....BE.... 

Your ST-LLK3.se; 

YOUR POCKET-BOOK 

Your Oulde ; 

....AND.... 

READY CASH 

....THE. ... 

Last Thing You Part With, 



Tilth the above fact* constantly In Tour Mind 
Ton will one day become A. 

WALKING ADVERTISEMENT 

P0R THE GEEAT 




.A/ULOtlOXl. 

616,618 and 620 

KEARNY ST., COB. COMMERCIAL. 



PACIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY, 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Publishes all the California Sunreme 
Court Reports. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



IT HAS BECEITED THE CORDIAL ENDORSEMENT 
OF THE PROFESSION AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. B0GARDUS, Pnblishei. 



HEALD'S 



BUSINESS 
COLLEGE, 



34 POST STREET, SAN FRAiTOISCO. 

This School Is Dcs tuned to Educate 

pupils for the practical affairs of life. It make* 
Business Education »a specialty; yet its instruction 
Is not confined to Bookkeeping aud Arithmetic 
merelp, but gives such broad culture as the tlmea 
now demand. Thorough ioatruction Is given inall 
the branches ot an English education, and Modern 
Languages are practically taught. The discipline, 
of the school is excellent, and its system of Actual. 
Businkus PRAOriOK la uutiiirpaaiied. No pupils 
of bad character will be admitted. For full par- 
ticulars call at the College, or address, for circulars. 
E. P. HEALD, San Francisco. jy2-3m 



t»ong ^» 




Jh. T-> A. O 



The Most Respectahle Place on the 
PACIFIC' COAST. 

337 Bixtvla. A9itir©*ot, 

Above Maguire'a New Theatre. 

Terrapin Stew*, Shrimp Salads, Crab 

Salads. Defiled Crabs. Welsh Rare-Bit*, our own 
Pan Roasts and Par Excellence, Shrewsbury And 
Saddle Rook Oysters fresh from our own Oyster 
Beds every morning. Chops, Steaks. Ice Creams And 
the best of Wines and Cigars OysWr FricaaweA a. 
specialty. N. B. Elegant private parlors for f Ami- 
lies aud seleot parties up-stairs. 

tHAHLUS HAACKB, 
mhlS-tf Proprietor. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

A«l>^^ 

Hairdressing Establisbmeat. 

(3* Waahlnzton street, 
below Kearni. PRICKS B», 
UUCFJ): Baths, 3S Gent. 8haj; 
leg. 26 oeate. Hair outline, 
eenta Snamnocina, 26 oanW 
Sledlc.tedB.tia a. Ml JOHN OBI** 



OtOHOr MATCH, 
Dealer In Oratera, Clams, and 

aU Uadaol SHELL rTSH. Stalls No. 
40, 41. 4».C*llf oral. Market, entraooo 
anCaUlosTttaitnet, 

Pualio or prlrala parUea aad (araHha • 
tromS A. h. to 11 r It. Ladk»' aad Qeatl 
Oislar Booms opwi from < a. a. to II T. «.. 



;«4P 



TWt ORl~JJ OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Published Every Day in the Year, by 

0. ■£». BOQ-ia.flX>T7S, 

533 MERCHANT STREET, 



Below Montiromery. . 



.8»n Franckco 



THURSDAY JULY 8 



Amusements, Etc. 

California TUea.rc. 

An embarwasment of good tiilngm. a surfeit of 
Kood characters. It puzzles one exactly where to 
btjfln our individual noticing after Mr. Bouclcaolt 
■>, M passod under review. But there Is certainly 
safety in following the bill, and next in order to 
<Vmn we rind Mr. H. J. Montague ae Captain 
TColineux. Sow although he is a Saxon, a red- 
coat, and therefore, to be thoroughly well bated,— 
nay. it it even be who U in pursuit of. and who does 
* scare the "young master" Robert Ff olliott still be 
i» mat cursed by the piaantry, nor ia he hissed at 
by the gods. For Captain Molineux as represented 
by Mr. Montague, is as good- hearted, honest, tec- 
dor and manly a young fellow as ever lived, whose 
only faults are an occasional tendency to let love 
weigh down duty, and a certain baebfulness of 
manner, which after all, is not a fault. We are as 
interested In Li* wooing as we should have been. 
bad he bean a young Irish squire, perhajs 
more so. and the conclusion when Miss Claire so 
j.rettily and pointedly asks him if he haa a 
a Christian tuiine, h inevitable that Claire will call 
bim by this Or perhaps with a "dear" as prefix all 
her lifetime and be a very happy woman. Courte- 
ous and gentle Captain Molineux, you have done 
much to sweep away the old ti rue bitter prejudice 
against the red coat and put a better and more 
Jj' itaan feeling in its place! 

The house was crowded ae usual lart night. 
■amiire's New Theatre. 

As far as the principals were concerned, " II 
Trovatore" was an unqualified success, but O the 
chorus at times, and O the scenery, always! But 
neith-ir an occ?3ional ahakiness in the one, nor a 
general deficiency in the other, could detract from 
the pleasure experienced in attending so fairs mus- 
ical treat Mme. C. B. Bernard (Caroline Ricbings) 
showed no signs of decadence in her singing, no 
lack of spirit in her acting. Her .voice is still that, 
powerful, well cultivated, and well displayed voice, 
_fhat charmed Califomiana uearly ten yeais ago. 
whilst her acting, well warrants her being styled the 
prima ii-. of the company- And what 

shall we cay of Mrs Seguiu? Wonderful in make 
r.p. the crazed fiend of a gypsy woman, to the life; 
with a voice full and riofa In its /ortt and sweet. 
very sweet in its piaho; with enunciation so ad- 
mirable that not a word was lost, her success was 
unmistakable and well assured. The Mamico was 
Mr. Maas, who has a voice which iu [tfi tender. 
quality fully makes up for a certain lack of power 
which at present may, however, be an effect cli 
matlc. HI? style ia excellent, and his figure small 
and compact, yet graceful. Taking rank among thr 
successes of the evening stands, Mr. Carleton as 
Count di Luna. A baritone voice of great compass, 
full in the lower register, clear and strong in the 
upper, and with no faltering in the middle; with a 
fresh manly style about him that reminds one 
strongly o! Charles Santley, a good figure and fer- 
vid action, these are bis qualities audi' faith they 
made their mark last night. The Ferando sung by 
Mr. C"nly should not pass uncommended. This 
eweniug ""Maritana" and the debut of Mile- Redenti, 
who, we believe, makes her first appearance in 
America, to-mgbt. 
Baly'b Filth Avenue Theatre Company. 

The sale of seats for the performance of this 
company, began yesterday, and closed to a very ex- 
cellent showing. 

Mexican Infunllle Opera Company. 

At the California Theatre, on Sunday evening 
next, these wonderful children give a farewell per- 
forniauce, previous to their returning home, of "La 
Grande Duchcsse," the opera in which they have 
made themselves so famous. Between the acts 
Senorita Soledad Unda y Moron will sing arias 
Iron* "Emani" and "Traviata" and the Bolero from 
' 'The Sicilian Vespers," which is repeatedby univer- 
sal reyuest, 

"Bnekicj'M New Variety Theatre. 

•The Demon in the Woods." "V. S. Mail," "Too 
Xate for the Boat" and "Handy Andy," are the 
tpjts for to-nighf, besides, which, there are a score 
of other attractions. 
Palace Variety Theatre. 

An olio of excellent quality, some surprising spe- 
cialties and several good act;, make up a bill as is 
abilL 

RfW Olympic Variety Theatre. 

A great first-part with four end men, concluding 
with a variety walk-around. Specialties of all sorts, 
songs of all sorts, and general amusement. 

Kiosks Keller. — This mammoth syni- 
poshim, corner of Third and Market streets, under 
the Nucleus House, gives a grand Instrumental con- 
cert every evening. The spacious Riesen Keller com- 
bines billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
club rooms, concert hall and beer hall, all to one. 
"Woodward's Gardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday, first time of Mile. 
Victoriue, In her great act on the Slack wire. Sig. 
Laviti the FirejCing in his wonderful Rtpcn Infer- 
itale. Mile. Grade and Mods. Leo in their ligbtetog 
trapeze act, also appear with the Gymnastic Troupe 
and Orchestral Concert 
Mo left. 

George Richards. r'LegsandwwigB") arrived in 
Ibis city from Mew York last evening, so that his 
welcome items of news are put a stop to. 

The Emerson Minstrels concluded their engage- 
meat at Philadelphia on Saturday last, and opened 
in Boston on Monday the 5th. All tbe old faces 
are golnjr. fresh ones are being added, and when the 
the Minstrels return bore. It will be a new company. 
The Lingard party has been Increased by another 
Mias Dunning. There is now a trio of beauties and 
the opportunity for any amount of clever and 
pretty thin gate be said concerning the Three Graces 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre, It has jus*. i beautifully frescord and la 
now a model of L. . .e and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acta i 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
J'edical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, lJHtJ Poet street, near DuponL Correct di- 
agnosis and special at::ntion to the treatment of 
diseases. Oonsultatk.us in French, German and 

English. 6-0 

Fresh and Sweet. 

Tor the best confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. s ' 



Bieh in Eloquence. 

He walked out of the depot with a 
satchel in his hand— a good looking satchel, 
yet terribly gamit and thin. If satchels 
had ribs, one could have seen that acatchel'e 
riha and noted how thin in flesh it was. 
When a professor of hack-driving asked 
the stranyer if he would have a carriage he 
smiled blandly and replied : 

"Not this time, Colonel— not just now, 
although I warn thee that it is plebian-like 
for a duke to walk around with his baggage 
in bis hand. I am in search of a hostelry 
— a caravansary where I can recuperate 
and refresh/' 

When he stood before the hotel clerk, 
the clerk noted that the stranger's, hat was 
full of dents and caves; that his shirt-front 
was badly soiled; that his garments were 
becoming thread-bare, and that there was 
need of thorough repair. 

"I desire a seat at the banquet-board 
without delay," said the stranger. "Ihave 
traveled far and feel the need of refresh- 
ment " 

The clerk smiled as the satchel was lifted 
over the counter. He " hefted " it and 
smiled again. 

'*I carry the ducats here, in my wallet," 
said tbe stranger, "and after I have sipped 
the amber mocha and carved the Spring 
poultry, I shall cheerfully return and re- 
quite thee," 

He might have seventy-five cents about 
him— the clerk would chance it. Victory 
lurked in the stranger's eye as he turned 
to one of the bell-boys and said : m 

"Youthful slave, conduct me to a place 
where I can lave my fevered brow." 

He was conducted, and after he had laved 
he looked a little better. Even a boot- 
black is improved by a liberal application 
of soap and water. Still there was that 
lank satchel behind the counter, those 
thread-bare garments, and that hungry 
voice, 

"Now, serf, proceed to the banquet hall 
and I will follow thee," said the stranger, 
as he ran a coarse comb over his head for 
the last time. 

Seated at the table and approached by a 
waiter, he remarked : 

"Thou cans/t bring me rare viands of any 
kind, and I shall not quarrel with thee 
about the cookery." 

"Beefsteak, fried ham, mutton chops or 
liver ?" queried the girl. . 

"Fair lady, to thine own good judgment 
do I leave it," he replied; "only let wings be 
added to thy speed, for my castle is leagues 
away, and I hunger." 

She brought him a well-selected stock of 
groceries and provisions, and he got away 
with them as a steam-ditcher goes down 
through sandy soil. He ate his fill, and 
then crammed another meal down on top 
of that He emptied his coffee cup again 
and again, and when he finally rose from 
the table, he could hardly lift himself. 
Turning to the fatigued waiter, he gently 
said: 

"Fair maiden of the valley, thou hast 
done thy culinary work in a manner which 
Bpeaks volumes for thee. Permit me to 
offer thee my heartfelt thanks." 

He strolled into the office, put some 
matches in one vest pocket, and some tooth- 
picks in the other, and then, leaning his 
elbow on the counter, said to the clerk : 

"Thou knowest thy duties well, and 
when I am far away I shall gladly sound 
thy praise." 

"Come, no fooling now— out with that 
seventy-five cents." 

"Ae 6oon as my retainers arrive I shall 
give thee a weighty purse, and thou cans't 
keep every ducat in it" 

"Ducats be hanged! I want scrip — 
nickles — stamps ! I want pay for your 
breakfast !" 

"Gently, my friend with the Roman 
nose," continued the stranger; "thou canst 
not say that I am a lord or a duke in dis- 
guise." 

"And I don't care a cent ! Are you go- 
ing to pay ?" 

"Am I going to turn these fragments of 
wood into gold?" queried the stranger, as 
he held up a number of pine toothpicks. 

The clerk came out of the office, having 
the lean satchel in hiB hand, and he took 
the stranger to the door kicked him with 
great good will, and then pointed up the 
street 

' 'I go»" 8 *'*1 the man, in a solemn voice ; 
"but when my retainers arrive I shall seek 
revenge— human gore Bhall be shed to sat- 
isfy me 1" 

"You want to gore right away from here 
—quick — smart ! exclaimed the clerk. 

He went His face was clouded for a 
moment, but then a grand smile covered it, 
and he stopped a newsboy and asked : 

' 'My faithful minion, cans't thou direct 
me to an office over the door of which 
bang the traditionary golden balls of the 
base money-lender — a place where I may 
exchange a few precious heirlooms for some 
vile dross?" 
And the boy did. 



Will Open To Day at No. 205 Kearny Street, 

WEST SIDE, BETWEEN SUTTEK AND BVSH, One of the Largest and Finest Selections ol 

Pure Horns-Made Candies! 

Ever offered for sale on the Pacific Ccast. Also, just received a large and choice variety of 
EASTERN CONFECTIONERY OF TUX LATEST MAKE AND STILES. 

Pure Home-Made Candies Made Every Day. jy3-3in 



"RIESEN KELLER" 



IMMENSE 

10,000" 



SUCCESS. 



People I 



Have TjHlled ibis Magnificent Symposium, 
and pronounced It the 

FINEST IN THE WORLD! 

Grand Concert 

Every JEyen in.gr ? 

COP. THIRD AND MARKET STS. 

Under Nucleus House. 

P. J. ZINC8EM. 



The Young Man from Che East. 

"Ima stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

'TVell, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

Tou can't fail to remark it 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's tbe largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been Mb boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 

Where you can sit at case, 

And eat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if you please. 

All the young men of fashion go 

Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink the^r Rhenish hock." 
■'■■•' 
A Word to the Wise, etc 

It is generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Yandersiice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on {he whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
ilways at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
Qf Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing" is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. 

The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thebon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. E. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public togive the "Old 
Mint" a trial, N. B. ODen to 2:30 a. m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-l 

This is Interesting to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Srran&ers. 

Scoafer & Co, long in the wholesale business 
have tbe largest stock, tbe latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer & Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 



Do Xot Stlfler from Corn*. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cab find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 P. M. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. b 

Bay State Oyster and Chop House, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the moBt 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladles. Pratt & Co. , proprietors. 
Give ua a trial. _ _^ 

California institute for the dure of 
Stammering 

And impediments in speech, ehppiog and loss of 
speech, permanently located at 682 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel— under the charge of Dr. 
N. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of ae Art of bis own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 yeare. Tbe patient must be present. 
Tenure reasonable. Curee guaranteed in aU cases. 



FREE AND EASIY. 

CHARING 




jSl. is o o p*r 



«0* Hl^ION ITBEKT, 

Near Second. 

E-verv ^atnrday IVigrUt. 

THOK WIXU, Chairman, 

Unt.il Fortbor Notiae, 

A the test Songs next Saturday Night* 
EAGLES A WILD. 




OSTSSRS, 

PROGRAMMES, 

Ana all Idnds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOT KATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STEEHT. 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE AKE SOW SEM.INC THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for $1 25. Everything chea 
at oar 

New Store, 640 Market Street, 

One door below fiibernla Bank. 
STAB SH1BT DEPOT, 

je8-lm Formerly at No. 3 Second Street, 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am disiribnilne Cmds, ClrcnlarH, 

Handbills, etc.. on tbe route between here and Sac- 
ramento—both by the Vallejo and htockton routes, 
including all way towns, and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kindB of Advertising matter on these 
rentes. Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HAERAHAN, American Exchange 
Hotel Sansome street. N. B.— I can refer by per- 
mission to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Figaro for the 
manner in which I do their work. je8-U,| 



HOWARD ST, LIVERY and SALE 



STABLE, 



:o-TO-o,rcl Street, 

Eetween Founh and Fifth Streets, San Francisco. 

PHILIP MOBSHEAD, Propiietor. 

Kind and gentle horses with Phffitone suited for 
Ladies, Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horaee. ]« "° 



Millinery Goods 

Wholesale and retail, 
Market Blfeet. 



at Palmer's, 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from S 
734 Market street. 



cents to $5 00, at 726 to 



ttat* which are Hats ! . 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" flat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B-— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. _ 

Bnrhhardt'g. 540 WashinKton street. 

French call boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes mado 
to order for 86; boys' boota made to order for $3; 
and large assortment ol boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street. »* 

Tcrrill and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner ol Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street. The beet 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall m tbe 
city— has 17 front windows. Booms for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of ciga rs and liquors. m 

Don't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store ol 
J. A, Shaber A Co., 7W Market street, nearThird, 
a»dsavelully26 per cent, "by buying of them. Their 
motto is : ' 'Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore thev have' no bad debte to make up out of ex- 
tra profits, i ^j L 

Laughing ft as. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire. 
safety in the most difficult cases. 



PIPER'S OPEHA HQUSF. 

Y1RGIXIA CITY, NEVADA* 

JOHN PTPER PROFRIETOB 

This Elegant Theatre can beBented hy 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PTPEK , 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. McCABE, 
fe2S-ti SSi Bush street. Ban Frandeoo.^ 



METROPOLITAN TH£ATR> 

sicEinraio- 
TO HX3IO-T, 

' 7 the Night, Week, or Month, bo 

Nov. lBt. For terms apply at tbe Theatre, orb, 

letter to "V7. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 

N B. — I have no authorized Agent anvwhero. ' 

mb2*-tt 



THATJ8 SO. 

BeantMM and Substantial Sets 

of Artiflcal TEETH only |15 and war-' _ 
ranted equal to any work In New York or San Fran 
cisc. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New York City. Office, 24 Post street 
between Montgomery and Kearny, 



mh-12 



DB. LUTHER, Dentist 



J. O. COMBES, 
XBRRAPIN UTTNCH 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 
Oysters In every style. PRIVATE I 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
No. 222 Second Street, Corner or Tehama. 

dec SKI 



Louis n. r»A.vir>, 

Antiquarian Boofc jStore, 



PLAINTALK. 

What Will Become of this Country? 

|b the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
d'yly increasing arrival of those accursed Asiatics. 
\V hy it doesn't take a prnphet to answer this ques- 
tion! Just as surely, as you read this, the horrors 
of civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide of 
China emigration in timt. but also for having fat- 
tened this vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up the country altogther, or by a cvup 
ae main, free it from it, 

But to come to the point. ThoBe persons who cry 
loudest against this China pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direet or indirect; then what else do you call 
It, when they, thinkingtbemselTesunobservedsneak 
into Chinese washbouses or cigar Btands and other 
sach like establishments— in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar— at the same time squandering 
hundred fold the amoun* in drinking, gambling and 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In the name of common senee, 1b this not 
the highest of f ollj ? 

Is it then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen aud their whit* friends and patrons take 
care of themselves'f • Surely by bo doing, we would 
have less idle men, woman and children among ns, 
the prisons lees crowded, and have had something else 
besides woodchopping and getting out railroad ties 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country. Of the great numbers of ruined 
trades— let us only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in the hands of Chinamen, with tbe 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stem tbe 
tide, but wiil surely also succumb to their rivals lor 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up, 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAN'S k CO., Rub- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides tbeir 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar, 
the best smoking article in market), also manufac- 
ture a email, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
Biullantes, which brand is retaded all over the 
city and country town?, for 5 ceptfl each. Kow, did 
you ever bear of a Chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana cigars at that price- We did not. Surety 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized— or has it come already to this— that 
they ahoidd wear a tail, in order to sell tbeir goodB, 
This country may come to thin yet. ju7-lm 



Medical Advice. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

640 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY returns Ms sin- 
cere thanks to his numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF THE LnXtiS. LIVER. KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and -CSlNITO-UKIWARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes hiB lone 
experience aad 'successful practice will continue to 
insure him a* share of public patronage. By the 

Siactice of many years in Europe and the United 
tat«3 he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of ^Jl kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats , 
his patients in a correct aud honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOHERTY. M. »., 
mhll-tf San Francisco. Cal. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 623 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, SanFranciscc. ^r'racceon 
Commercial Established in 135 vlor the 
treat men L and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the ■ 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will make no charge unless be effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. P. GIBBON, Box 1957, San 
Francisco. no25-tf 



PURDY, VAN BRUNT&R0B3INS Jf 

COMMISSION 

STOCK BROKEBN,. 
405 California Street, 

Opooaite T*fr"k of California, San PranciBCO. OaL, 

Honey Loaned and Stocks Carried, j; . 
on Margins. 

Ladies will find a room for their^ nse^conta^ninsi 
_ Stock Indicator. 
Market quotations. 



, Stock Indicator, which will constantly telegraph.' 



DIVORCES OBTAINED! 

Without Publicity ! 

On Shortest Notice 1 

For Any Cause Whatever ! 
Legal Everywhere 

£3T AH correspondence atrictly confidential. 
Address ATTORNEY. 

Boi '400, PO»t.Ontc*, 



jyl-« 



San Franciwo. 



THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH I 

AGAIN IN THE FIEtD. 

TDnrinlis, lOc. 

311 STEVENSON STREET, 

Next Street to Market Near Third 

]e!9-3m J. I>. BBIfeGS. manager. 



063 WASHIMiTON ST«EET. 






New York Casino, 

838 MARKET ST., 
Opposite Fourth. 

jelMm W. KBaMAKOWSIU. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

•AX JOU 0*1*. 



PORT WINE! 

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rnaOiMlMMIi 

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Napa Sod 

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Magnire's New Theatre. 

■•••a »*f«». tap******) 1-I4--.-M •«.( iwtll, 

• rv.-a 

GRAND ENGLISH 

Opera Company. 



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Dimt-roit 




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MICNON. 



■. THE 

MARR I AGE loJJPIGARO 

TucedAy Evaiuor, ; «i1t IJ, 

THE BOHEMIAN CIRL. 

LENCB8 1" DAY JULY 9lb 

m am: OV i*kh t>. 

Irtfnnl cat-, Ir.ordlBa l« 1<. ration 81.00, #1..%0 unii fi.'.H. 

■tATDna pi 

ifitmj |dinl«l>in. til Mt Itcnu.! **iil». 50 crnls rxfrn : 
r..ii<»n> AdmUston, 5« rcnta. 



_>n now he iccurrd at SHERMAN * HYDE'fl M'uic Stow, 
l r streets, and at Box Office of Trieatre 
£»TThe English Open Llhrettoa are for sal? oVly at SI ermnu & Hyde'l 

■ >rr and at the Theatre at night, alt utheiB unreliable. 
CaTTbe KNABE PIANOS are wed by tho Kuglfch Opera Company, kindly 
tarnished by A L. BANCROFT A CO , 723 Market street, 

|f«AS(.N A HAM] IN oRcANS, until by the English Opera, kindly 
fnrniihed by KOHl.r I: i HA Si-: 4 CO , 633 and C35 Clay street. 



California Theatre. 






l.Ml-.NT OF MR. 



DION BOUCICAULT ! 



Til* Irian Dramatist ud Comedian. 









AIN. 



THIS EVENING 



july a 



ITS Uul ami 
Meat KtKraaiflil I'll), .in,.:. 

SHA170HBAUN! 

Sim K->m.inii. *<-<mi. n . tfi < timid nl r.lTrrU and I pnnl Hlrninf ■ 

*y nr..r.. w. i. rcttitn i m titun. John tok- 

lt»>4 I. It. HTM %< Kilo i HK, T. UOHMM IN, Etc. 



i tho "Oonlln ' 
I 
" and many others, from the rich mine* of Irtidi o 
-mhodled upon the 1'fiiim A full and ■ 

>l»y tavK< <-> Sllico. The time present. 



Mary 

have bean Intel 

cborua lapsa— l! 

(irr. IIOIIMI I, A Young F.nglUh OHiar, commanding a detach- 

ii. J, M.twu.ir 

RiiIm-i I \ r.'iint. v j nip Irish gvnUemau. ander wntenca a* a Fenian, 

In line *l'.h Arte o Neal* Mchon Becker 

rath* r Ikolun. Hie Parish FHtal ..f Bullabeg, hi* Tatar tnd Guardian 

Mini) hlniirdx 

rorr> klui'lii la, \ SoolroeO M. A. MchlMycr 

Hur»< i mill", A roll i.^guiae of a Peasant, umb-r the nano 

•f K. L i, Koltcrt I'Hh tn in 



CONN, TlIF, SHAUGHRAUN.. 



.DION BOUCICAULT 



The Soul ol every Fair; the 111 first Fiddle at all 

\\ r<(.i"; and fttti 

Stmriint JOaV *. "' tha -lit 

Ttuntfftn 

Kcllly ( 

Rolllvaa ■ . 

Ilnyh 

llniiotun. 

Arte <l\\«'ule. In lore with Robert. 



C. II. Mf»1a)fr 
I rank Itftldny 
Jobo Uilsun 

. ..,!■;. V. Thayer 

Hurry Wofldn 
II. Macklhi 

. KBitif* Carrie Wytut 



Clulrr Pfo I lot, A PligoXftdy ttl«». IMI;l I'litcntiui 

Mrs O'Kelly, Uoun'a Motbei Mr*, .imiuh 

Moyn, Father nolan'a Niece, in love with Uouu Mis* .Iflinle Lev 

Kridui i HiKlluiMl, A Keener Mr*, .lolm SetlUtn 

\umv Minion* A K«cou r Miss Altllle II»rk»* 

Fraoiinf,, Soldiers, COH8tlll>fll»ry. 

THE ACTION OF THE PLAY. 

ACT 1 ! lilabeg. The hom« of two Irish girls-the visit. 

.tu, Th.- FnfdtiTO. Two Iqvers. 
Bi i !TE 3— The exteriorol FtttborDolan'B. Tin.- tshnughraun. Coungoeehuntlog. 

i 4- Tin- home of the Parish Priest. Conn makes a clean breast of it. 
ACT IL— SciNl I.— A room In Uallyritgget House. The counter-plot. 
& h.\i 2- Father Dolan'e Clair-' and Mo]itn.:ii.x liad each other out 
s..'enk 3— The Barrack-room. How Robert Ffolliott fell Infeq the trap. 

. r 4— Mrs. ( ►'Kelly's Cabin. Conn $e&B a letter and 1b botliered. 
Si.'ENB 5— The gato tower. The ambush and the escape. 

-. i. fi— The Blaskets, Conn and Robtrt hunted. How Conn played the fox. 
PrEKE 7— Rathgarron Head. How Claire FfoDiot played the Decoy-duck. 
ScENfc 8— The niins of St. Bridget's Abbey, The love tryst. 
ACT III.- Soene 1— Mrs. O'Kelly's cabin. The amnesty. 
Scene 2— The wake of Conn the Bbaiigbraun. tfreat News. 
BcKNK 3— The shanty. Art*? and Maya in prison. 

ScENB 4 -The coot's nest Harvey Duff gets into a warm coiner. Kinchela 
nomea, to abad end. Father Dolan gives his consent. 



VOL. XXI. 



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PLATT'S HALL. 

wonii * v ^yKMNo~~~^rr7riTl2rTB76 
~MS7~35^eTijY~ 

"■•*' 

FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE 

comp a r>j"5r, 

" ■"llnmil.hed Ai 
MISS I ■■• 
MISS KMII.V Kl (;N .,, 

i: ll. <: 1 l.l 
UK* AI.!. i miss KATK HOLLAND 

MI.SS.IKI WIS. 

MISS STF.I.I.A COMII" 

MB. GEORGE PARKES, |!\ DRBW 

Mil. JAMES LEWI8, 
MR. MAimii't BARRYMORK, MR B. T. IUNGGOLD 

W. DAVIDi 
MB. OWES I'AU. M,;. n:AN .- rn.U'v 

*-■ 

MK. [>. H. HAI1KINS. 
A c*>mliinalimi .if Ulcnt never bfforo pruenud u. the P.. 
niomhlp, who wll] 
ClUonibt In DION BOUCIt'AULTS lirilli.nl f. Agl Comedy, 

'Ian Isinf aa§© 

Mr. <'harlr.FI.hrr aa Hlr Bnrrmirt < onrllr j 

«r. ». Ilavlilm- u ,|„x llarkunii. 

Wr. I.rorcr I'nrkr. n» Charlr. lonrll.v 

Mr. M. Itarrjmarr rh .... I.nxttlr 

Mr. Janir. le»i, »» waik M.il.llr 

Mr. <>«<i; Vswcctl a> Holly Spanker 

Mr. rrank rliapinan a. root 

Mr. UIMirrt. a. Kolonmn l.a.e. 

Ml" liiniiy llatrawail all Iji.l. «.aj -iinnkcr 

31!*" 5;'". I.". uI "" truer llnrknwii. 

Mtt.H liaje. llallauil H . I'rrl 

TUESIIAY KVE.NINU. .luly 13, 

Xjondon a ssuranoe 

Wednoeday Evcninir, July 14th, for the firm time will be rt-t.-.i MK. AIK1US- 
TIN DALY'S very popular Comedy of the tin 

r>i vorc 

CNVitli its famoiiB original New York cm i 
Tliurnday EvenliiK, .Inly 15 IllVOIUlfr. 

Friday ICvuiing, July IiJth, the Brilliant Comedy In Five AcU, by DION BOU- 
OIOAULT, Esq.. entitlod 

OLD HEADS AND YOUft'C HEARTS! 

Saturday Matluec, .Inly 17 invoitci 

Saturday Evening, July 17th, the great original lttg(esi of the Fifth Avenue 
Theatre, the Parisian Comedy in Fivu Acta, an titled 

FR.OU-FJF10TJ. 

Monday KlKht, Jaly 19 TIIR i.tii BONANZA 

Ml: DALY can give but 35 representations In Baa Francinco. Five Wibkk 
is the Positive Limit of his visit, and during that period he will present with 
New Hoenery and Fashionable Garnitum manufactured in New York expressly 
for these performances. Seats and Boxes can be secured at SHERMAN ft 
HYDE'S, corner of Sutter andKearnyStree^R 1 ti>injirr^ 

PRICKS -Haven (seating four persons). $K; llrt'liestra, $1 ftO; Bal- 
cony* $1; AduilMlon, $1. Matim-i- Prices— Oi clii-stra, #1; 
Balcony, 75 rents; AdmlKHton. 75 in-iits. bub!tcrl|>tlons for the 
entire season will l>c received. 

TREA8UBEE AND BUSINESS MANAGER J. W. MORRISSEY 



SANTA MONICA. 

Tfaos far "-*■ . it hem California ha* lacked 
• commtri.iI city Los Anjretes. has. per- 
bapa more Dearly than any «tber place. 
attempAed to supply thU want. Vrnt Los 
Angelec im* never le m offset 

the groat dlsadvantaffn of a harbor ao di 
f«etr*e aa aJmoat to t* wsrthloas. The 
. StatM (.overnrocnt Sias expended 
over half amlllloB dollar* an Sao Pedro 
Bay without apparent beneficial result, and 
night and naaat ngera are Alscharged in 
lbjt'< r-. th.>oc'- ccrried wjv*>ral m 
narrow, shallow, muddy creek, and 
dkremriarked In a swamp, twenty-six mil. 
fcy rail from Los Angeles. 

Twenty miles north of f?«n Pedro and 
directly west of Los Angelas, from which 
it la >mt fourteen miles distant, Ilea the 
btaatlful bay «f Santa Monica. Tho liar 
bor Is so much better than San Pedro, 
that, daring a recent gale, while the 
abaaner was unable to discharge into 
lighter at the latter place, but carried her 
ar jo on to San Diego, aaohionerunload'.-d 
«t Santa Monica lumber for the construe- 
Hon of the wharf at that point. This wharf 
s two thousand feet in length, and reaches 
a point where there is thirty feet of wate 
allow tide. From the wharf to Los An 
teles the road bod of the. proposed railroad 
la graded ; the tii h are contracted for. and 
t-.i'i kith iron ha* been purchased and 
ahbopad to construct tho road a dlnt-ance 
av; "?,* m '^ pa*« (trading through 
Cajon Pass In also nearly iloue. and means 
hare been aecured to coiiKtruct the r 
to Indepe.»dou«i within utwelvemoiit 

That Sanu Monica is to be the future 
city of faouthorn Califomia. will In r 
conoeded aft« ao aAamination of Ite 
many advanta«o« 

The future olty of the .Southern Coast. 

Tba Long Branch of the Padfle 

The termlnuji of two tranniontinental 

roada 
Twelve mllM of beautiful btaah for riding 

and driving. 
AeoUof nnexawjpled fertility. 
A mt of uosurpasBisg beauty. 
The tercalnua of the LOri Angolea and In- 



Commanding the trade 
< !oeo, and Cetro Gordo. 



of Panaaaint, 



Surrounded by 100.000 acres of land for 
_Oraoge, Olive aod Lemon Orchard*. 



„ -. imoQ Orchard*. 

Twelve miles from Los Angeiea 
A harb<ir where veasela can find sh 



Abundant water from living ipringn, arte 

■ian wells and ordinajty wells. 
fitreeu and lot* have a natural grade. 
<Jllmate the mort delightful In the world 



To merchants .deau-ing to coinmenco buai 

in •- of miy kind 
To moohi 




bririnc i.u-.iiitj- 
Wag for health 



T*loAlfda MK _ 

Ti.ati who w!,rh so make safe 

We In vertmenU. 



ipMit 



8AHTA MONICA 



ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SA1VTA MONICA, 

... I mCLUDING BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA FARMS, 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, , ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Terms of aale will lie made known through the public prein. No lots tLUpoaed of at prirate sale until after the auction. 

For afapt, Fasaphleu, and gfccoral Snforcaatloa In regard to agtpropoied city, apply at Haata Monica, or at 
[lit iVjrl i 



X > 



OF AMUSEMENTS. 



nblisbed Zrtrj Day Lo the Tear, by 
B". J=*. BOG-AHDU*. 

632 JiEBCmvr STKEBT, 

low Montgomery Ban Francisco 



FRIDAY.... JULY 9 



*'C'hicajro Moving Wculward." 

Among the rectal arrivals from our tdster city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
M eft, T. k D. Lundj. who have Just opened at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patricks church, 
■with the finest assortment ever imported to thU 
•coast of black walnut, bronze and marble docks, 
suitable for stores, omow and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bible*, albums, 
prayer books, etc. etc.. til of which they furnish 

on l**j parent* 



Tke Antelope Oyster Boum. 

Out specialty, always the best oysters in market 
•erred ap in the best style of cooking:. Our 
Eastern trangpUnted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1861. No. 612 Market 
oear Monttfonun . K. B.— Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits In season. b 



A Magnificent Saloon. 

For the vary finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
Tanaa, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample 4 Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, ofl Kearny, between Bush and 
S j tier. 



II Ton 

Peel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
-Oourse of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot ol 
Powell str^-., North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady nttec ] • for Udiee, Five tickets for $1 

TkOfOCrmVBlc 

Edouart 4 Cobb 504 Kearney street, produce 

.astel Paintings which are superior to eithtr Oi 

•Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 

photograpalc work gnar anteed. 9-bb 

Use -Watch c 

The best gooda at the lowe»t prices, at H. A. 
allender's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
ne assortment of chains, jewelry, etc Cmlljuid 
6-y 



Stray Hit* and fclofep Bit-.. 

'•It will come," said a candidate for 
Mayor of St Louis the other day, while 
making a etump bpeech, "juot is eute ae> it 
waa t!_ inaed Rome." 

"Time softens all things," except the 
young man who parts bis hair in the mid- 
dle, and whittles <m the street cars. Noth- 
ing can make him any softer than he is. 

In what respect does a Bishop resemble a 
fish ? Both live in the =ee 

A bachelor made a will leaving his prop- 
erty to the girls who had refused him ; 
"For to them I owe all my earthly happi- 
DMbV M 

A young man in .* mask shop was lately 
orer-powered by a fastidious young lady, 
who wanted t- purchase "Mr. Hood's— a 
— song of the a— gentleman's nnder-gar- 
nent !" The young man is still alive. 

A Scotch peddler completely cowed an 
irascible Welshman, who insisted on fight- 
ing him in an inn kitchen, by going down 
on his knees and imploring pardon for hav- 
ing killed "two men already, and being 
about to kill another. " 

The Rochester Democrat says that Mile. 
Plaster, a young French actress, is coming 
over next season. We presume all the 
young fellows will be inclined to court 
Plaster. 

The Molly chunkemunk is the euphonious 
title of a new pleasure steamer recently 
launched on a lake in Maine. 

Many a pretty girl of humble extraction 
has risen fa: above her station in life. Why, 
even Venus herself came of the very scum 
of the ocean. 

Articles that require looking into— pier- 
glasses. 

People tell the story of a man who called 
at the house of a neighbor, half a mile 
from his own house, early in the morning, 
and after the usual salutation, seated him- 
self on a chair, and on being asked to eat 
some breakfast, answered : "I don't sup- 
pose I ought to stop, for our house is on 
fire, and they sent me to tell you." 

A Boston drummer, walking along one 
of the streets of Houston, Texas, reached 
under his coat-tails for his handkerchief, 
and was enabled to keep his hand in that 
position until he got to his hotel, as every 
other man he met drew a bead on him with 
a navy revolver, and threatened to send him 
"hellward" if he ventured to "pull that 
'ere pop." 

A man rushed breathlessly into a law- 
yers office in St Paul, and, approaching 
the legal luminary, excitedly remarked : 
"A man has tied a coop to my horse's tail ! 
Can' I do anything?" "Yes." replied the 
attorney, "go and untie it" That was 
good advice, and didn't cost the man but 
five dollars. 

A French dramatic author was remarka- 
ble for selfishness. Calling upon a friend, 
whose opinion he wished to have on a new 
comedy, he found him in his last momenta, 
but, notwithstanding, proposed to him to 
hear it read. "Consider," said the dying 
man, "I have not above an hour to live." 
"Ah," replied the author, "but this will 
occupy only half the time,"' 

Last Sunday, a certain Methodist clergy- 
man of Boston, Mass., after beginning di- 
vine service, discovered that he had for- 
gotten his notes ; but, as it was too late to 
send for them, he apologized to the numer- 
ous audience in the following terms: "My 
dear brethren, this morning I'll have to de- 
pend upon the Lord for what I may say. 
but in the afternoon I will come better pre- 
pared /" 



1st tbe Detroit Poltre Court. 

KQOTHUfO A WIFE WITH A HOB B 

"John Jacob Astor Harrison, is it right 
for a man to strike his wife with a hoe 
handle?" inquired his Honor of a colored 
man who slid softly ont. 

"Wall, she's just tbe wustest woman in 
this town," answered the prisoner. 

"But that's no excuse, Mr. Harrison: 
you have no business to take the law into 
your own hands." 

"Who's tookende law? I took djj hoe 
handle, and if you had been dar an<J ^e-;rj 
what a little bit I hit her you wouldn't 
make de least fuss over it." 

"I have been several time informed. Mr. 
Harrison, that yon are as lethargic as a 
hotel waiter, and as cross as a hyena with 
a sore throat, and that it would be far bet- 
ter for your family if you were removed to 
a higher sphere -fay the third story of the 
House of Correction." 

Td jess like to have ye live wid dat ole 
wife of mine 'bout free days— den you'd 
know who's to blame," answered the priso- 
ner. 

"That is impossible, Mr. Harrison, and 
I believe that it is my solemn duty to put 
you where you can't hoe-handle the public 
any more for a long three months." 

"Is I boosted?" 

'"You are." 

"Den far'well to dis yere wourld— far'- 
well ! I>ey1l find a crrpse in the cell, and 
dat corpse will be me !" 

'I can't help it." replied his Honor, as 
he picked out another warrant, " duty 
stands here with outstretched hand, and if 
you die I shall feel no stings of remorse — 
shall see no accusing spirit in my midnight 
dreams. " 

80ME FATHEBLT ADVICE. 
"Ifl the father of this offspring here ?" 
inquired the court as a boy named William 
Barron, aged seventeen, came out. 
No answer. 

"Bub, you are charged with loafing, be- 
ing drunk and disturbing the peace," con- 
tinued the court. 

"Bub" looked up indignantly. He had 
commenced to coax out a moustache, 
chewed tobacco, carried a pistol, and he 
had an idea that he was a full grown 
man. 

"I have no doubt of your guilt," contin- 
ued his Honor, "but I shall not send you 
up. They have no nursing bottles up there 
— no cradles — no one to get up in the night 
and give you catnip tea. I know you have 
the idea that you are a man, and I presume 
your parents have loBt control of you, but 
you are'only a child in the eyes of the law. 
If you were a child of mine I should spank 
you and tie you into a high chair for an 
hour or two, but as you are not, I shall 
send you back into the corridor and wait 
for your father to come and draw you home 
in a baby-cart Follow Bijah, bub, and if 
there is a rattle-box or a whistle to be found 
around the bnilding he will give you amuse- 
ment" 



DOG LICEnSESJOR 1875-76! 

Tin- Ni-*v Dob Tac Licence for 1M..1-6 I* 
now ready for dt 
CITY HALL 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licvrise* (or the year ending July 1, 

I-7t>, are now <iu' and payable nad delinquent on 

the tirst Jay of A en default Trill be 

I he Ne- Badges for Driven of Hackney 

Carriages are now iea<ly for delivery. 

PJillDLKK>! AM'Kl'.V.NLIlS v. Ul make prompt 
payment [oi tnls Quarter now due. 

JAM-E^ O. DEAN, Collector of Licenses, 
7 I .:> Hall. 2d floor. 



The original "Swain's BakeryTis now established 
1 n their magnificent new place at 21S Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 





RATIFICATION MEETING 

.-..or thp. 

DEMOCRATIC 

State Ticket, 



■cnN-ioig- 



CAIEjXj, 



Saturday Evening, July IO 

Al Eight o'clock. 

■| HE FOLLOWING GENTLEMEN HATE 
A own invited to apeak : 

«OV. VI, IKWI.%, 

ex got. h. ii. n HtllT, 
BOX. J. A. JOHXSON, 
HO*. C. T. BTLAVD, 
IIi>\. JOH> S. HAGEB. 
HON. R. GBEEX < I BTIS. 
Ill». J. P. HOGE. 
BOX. J. T. FABLEY, 
HON. P. A. CO 41 n. 
1IO.V T. P. BY tV 
HON. JO. HAJIUTON, 
HON. Tf. TT. FESDECAgT, 
HON. J. W. WIXC OX. 
HON. Vf. B. C. DROIT V 
HON. W, A. PIPES. 



Tba Wsrd Clubl are requested to m»ke prepara- 
tion, so a. to make the demonstration grand and 
impoein? By order. 

GEO. N. ROGERS 
BJSNBT 1\ WILLIAMS. 
THOMA3 O'CONNOR. 

State Central Committee, 
P. R. RYAN. 

County Central Committee. 



Factory : 

157 New Montgomery St. 




Encourage 
Home Industry 



Ostrirh Feather lln.ter-. Superlo to 

Eastern make, at Rates Current there. 

Vtall Doners !oi Feather*! 8 feet ling. 82 00 

BruMllasl Livery stable Onfttera. 

Iverraoftand thtekl 81 50 to ei'i 00 

jrS-lm 



AYER1LL. 

CHEMICAL PAINT ! 

MANT-FACTl-RED BY THE 

Cat. ChamiceJJalnt Comp , y, 

Pure White and any Shade or Color 

Thi-, Paint !«• Prppared in Liquid Form 

READY tor use, renuiring no further addition of 
oil or spirits. It is of pure white, and of any 
shade or color. 

It ia composed of the best materials known to the 
trade— pure linseed oil. strict! y pore white 
lead, prB.s zinc, aut the purest coloring matter 
procurable for tinting, which, by our peculiar pro- 
cess of manufacture, are so thoroughly united, that 
they cannot separate. Hence.it will never chalk, 
crack, or peel off ; does not rau from seams or nail- 
holes; and for brilliancy of color ajtd beauty 

OF FINISH IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL, 

It will last twice as long as the best White Lead, 
prepared in tbe usual way, while the costof painting 
with the Avcrill Paint is less. 

We have in our employ some of the best painters 
on this coast, and are prepared to furnish estimates 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING ! 
In all its details, inside and outside work, graining, 
kc ; and we guarantee that all work done by us 
shall be unexceptional in quality and style, and pos- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on job3, left at 
our office or addressed to us, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

Office and D*pot, 117 Pine Street, 

Between Front and Buttery. jy7.1w 



GOODENOUGH 




No. I 77 Jessie Street. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEMI "SURGING BREAKERS 
FOifllNG SURF, MONSTER SEA LlONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 

Dinners and Snppers. 

BRING YOUR WIPKI 

BBINO YOUR FAMILY I 
■RING YOUR LADY FRIBNDb 

tVndesiorancw of the fln«Bt O0KAJ4 PANO- 
p AMA VS rut WORLD, all in «»ht of 

thi world-reno "ned 

.Golden Gate. 

With x flatt of white. wiseed dmndim eourUM 
Iromantr partof Lbs oommoreiu world. 

*-New List Bu<>es, oono»ct.Bg with Street 
Our at Lot* Jiios^i* ■a »ferj H mict« herftaft*) 
(or ■hj»Q«9 H- •• f»l-tf 



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etymon* 



ALFRED BAKRETT, 
Late of 1 3 Second Street, 

HAS BEHOVED TO 

44 SECOND **XX<EET 

KEAK JESSIE 
«" Walclie» and Jewf lrr KepAlrtd at 
New York Price*. 
Established since 1853. mySO-tf 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



Commercial and 411 Clay Sta. 
MUM 



GEO. A.. CASE, 

SBlVTZe T. 
SIX Kearay Street, 

Between Sutter and Bosh Streets 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DEPOSITOR*' D1YIDEXD. 

The W«Bt«ril BavlfiK and Trn«t Com. 

rany. of San Fraccieco. Ualitornji 

.iit. per annum 
per cent. p< r . 
Ordinary Deposits, pa>i>t>le at their Bank, nnrlb- 
tastcrly corner Poet and Kuaxav stioets. on atid 
afU-r July 10. 1875. 

FKEDRIC OLAY. Cashier 
J. H. GairFrres, Sec jy'.tlm 



DIVIDES!) NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

No. 215 Sansome Street. 

Thp Dirr olors have declared a div Ulcnri 

at the rate of Kiie (9) p*t : on Term 

. acd Seven and a Hall (7J pes cent, am 
annum on Ordinary Deposi! 

Jane 30, 1873, free of Federal tax. payable on and 
after MONDAY. Julv 12th 

JOHN PAKROTT. President, 
£ Ban Francisco, June 30, 1875. jj &-2w 



DIVIDE.ND NOTICE. 

German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

Tlic Hoard of Director*, of Uiin Society 

ha'.e declared the dividend for the half year ending 
June 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per c-nt. (it) per 
annum on term deposits and seven and one-half 
percent. (7 ji per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after July 15, 1873 
By order. jy2-2w OEO. LETTE. Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mortcase I'nlon and Savlnp. 

Bank oi California, i>34 California street, corner oi" 
Webb. —For the quarter ending with Juoe 30th, 
1S75, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of Eight (S) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety. 512 California Street, 

Tbe Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths (9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (S) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, free from FeJeral Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday. July 6th. 1875, By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union. 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with June 

30tb, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one half (7)} per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Per order, 
je28-lm LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & loan Bank 

NO. C POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE. 

Sax FB.AXCI80O. 

Guarantee Capital $170,000 

Money Fereived on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and tbe 
Canadas; also. Iondon, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
tbe patronage of all per&ona. 

Wfl. H. CULVER, President. 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES. Secretary. 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

1VO EQT TAIj. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAN 

X*A.*SS> an Bvenlng 

MOST DELIGHTFULLY. 

Songs and DaDccH, bolu Clos and Fancy. 
A KECELAK VA1UETK SIIOM . 

Tbe Proprietor baring catered to the want, ol th. 

FUN-L0VINO PUBLIC! 
Both Here aud in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 

PoDnlaritr Cneaalled OS Ting COAST 

THE PRETTIEST - OF TALENT 

....AXD.... 

THE FINEST OF EVERYTHING 

MRS. 6. C. SC0JT, P80PRIET0R 

....OOENEB.... 

Sacramento a^ Kearny Sts. 



S. F.*N.P.R L R.&SiEftlHERS. 
Change of Time. 

On and after Irloiiil&r. May 3UU 1875. 

the new. elegant and fast riteaiuer JAMES M* 
DONAHUE, Capt. W, Warner, will make two trips 
daily (Surdays excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7.30 a. m. and 3 o'clock p. sc., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton. Clo- 
verdale, and with stagra for Sonoma, Ska^s, Mark 
W est, Bartlett and Highlands Spring, Z'oint Arena, 
Seba3topol. Bodega, Duncan'n Mills, Fisk Mills 
Gualala, ITiiah. Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport' 
Clear Lake. Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Clover- 
dale at 8:10 A. M. and 3:30 p. m„ connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:*0 P. m. and 8 p. m. Freight received ail day. 
Till; GEl'SEBS. 
VAN ARNA3I & KENNEDY'S Stajre Line via 
Cloverdale. the phortest, cheapest and best route 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, seven boura— passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

5I"\D 11' EXCURSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 645 
p. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets 

P. DONAHUE, Preside!,.) 

F. H. GERDES. Gen'l P. & T. Agt. 

Office. 426 Montgomery street. nolO-tf 



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The Present Qnnrtem bnvfits to be va- 
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Brokers, 

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WUI Offer His Entire Slock nt 

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will open for buainesa on TuexUay, June 3ftth, 

Improved Turkish Bath. »1 5», or 8ix Ticketefor 
$ J 50. Refreshments extra. Ladles days for the 
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MEXICAN INFANTILE 

OPERA BOUFFE 

company. 
»1 VI>A. KYESIStt, JULY 11. 

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Uetwem th 

SEKORITA SGLEDAD UHOA Y MORON! 

Arias from 

•' ERNANI" and "TRAVIATA." 

. .. AND 

Ttao BOLERO from THE SICILIAN VESPERS ! 



Prlcoa z*m TTanxi.ai.1. 
Heal* ran be wecaifd at ihr Theatre on Haturd ay 
and Hnndny from 10 to 4 o'clock. 

PABLO I'NDA Y MORON HlJo Y 00 

DiRKcroKM and KU.NA.aBaa 

MANCEL rr.RV./, HEL'El. AoBNT ASD Mavaukr 

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SK&IO-COMiO 80NG3 NED BaRRY 



Bonr *olo Lon Dixon 

Soni Fanny Hooker 

JIe Johnny Cook 

MH t Ll*vl>4 LOTTA liRU 

DITCH HONG AND DANCE CHAKLICt If 1 Kiel- 

>OM. MILLIE 'ItltllM 

To conclude with 

THE BRAND OF SHAME! 

Colonel Fenton Charles Evaus 

Tllkr rlnrpbj Hnuhrj KobLnson 

Dick Darrell Ned Barry 

J a-ke , ...Lon Dixon 

Linda Matt Carroll 

Murty Johnny Cook 

Policeman U. Harris 

Han numb) Tlnnle Welch 

Mxa. Murii hy . ._. ._. ._. . ._. ._. ._. ..... . . ..... ■ ■ ■■■■■■■ ■_■ • Fanuy^Hooke r 

Parquet 25 cents 

Crceu Room 50 cents 

Private Boxes 83 50 

Doors Open at 3. To commence at 8 sbarp. 



ClfatlSri and WILLI 4 WK iKui Uy VoluotMredl 

IM'I in | nttSfffi IMI DANCE 

Ballad Ml« Claudr 

m»M. imi DANCE iKoi.il> Volimt«eredl 

HiHS CiMllt MH 
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HEAD S PE iTrT. 



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FRENCH DANCING MASTER! 

M0N8. L» DUO MISS- LOUISE LEE 

Maggie Brewer.. .And Geo. O Thompson. 

Srrln-Cointr gong MnBRle tt-ellr 

Mniis nnd Dim re Ida FIsK 

BALLAD MIS* MAUD I'lTE'LLV 



OLD BL.AGK JOS. 

Geo. 0. Tbompsoo Kelly .Ami ...Mdaa Btewer 

Kullad Carrie Willi- 

DUTCH MMC AND DANCE IILKttl DKVOr 

Serio-comic Home .Hiss Cluiule 

To conclude wilh 

SAM BAYt^IS, 

And Bis LIVING SHADOWS. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 



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Miss LYOIA LIVINGSTON 



r HI . EVENING 



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The Parfcrmanaa aria Oomnnnaa a .a a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FUR 

IMag lb.. Only Plaat (n ib«- City Kmbracsni 

Four End HVHexx. 

Pinlahlaj with tho VAKIBTT WALK ABOUND 



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DEMON IN THE WOODS. 



DOUBLE SONG and DANCE, SWAIN and WXST 

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Mortitnore And.. 



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Admission. 25 cents 

Orchestra geato 50 cunts 

Private Boxes #3 50 nnd $» 00 

Doors open at 7. To commence at 8. 



Heutlmcntal Ballad- _ c. Ntrkerxon 

IrNb Lilt st Leon 

Ballad k^e^Ura- 

Comlc Dllly Mml+$£e££ 

Overture Orchestra 

TOO LATE FOR THE BOAT 

B7 AJLLUBSE. MAJLB ARTISTS 

PKICKS OP ADMI^ION. 

Parquette 25 oentu I Boxes 92 60 and f3 M 

Green Room , 5q ounts extitt 



DENTIST, 

IllS BEHOVED HIS OFFICE 

_ ,d Laboratory from No. S Kearny 8t 
to 703 Market street, ocer Wldbur '« drug 
dell-lo. 



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In Great 
Variety. 



At the I X L AUCTION HOUSE, Nos. «16, 618 and 690 KEARNY STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CANDIES, 

All Kinds of ibe Unfit Ctaay Mad* 
at our Stcnm Candy Factory dally. All orders, es- 
aeeially f inoj the eouotry, are eoliciieii and will bs 
promptly attended to. 

Ciinty A Wanner. 
aol5 107 Montgomery Street, near Sutter. 



REMOVAL. REMOVAL. 

Building to be Torn Down. 

On or About the 3 1st of MAY, 

WILL TEMPORARILY REMOVE TO 

|402 Kearnv St. 

MEANWHILE WE WILL INAUGURATE A 

€RAHD REMOVAL SALE ! 

For the next SO dftvs wt close out our Splendid 
Stock of Fine 

BOOTS and SHOES 

Below Cost. 



■ wishing OREAT BARGAINS can obtain them by 
burtai thoir Boou and Bboaa durin« thla Romoyal Sale. 

WU1 Uc.oecapT Slew Building Built Eineclallr 
f»p u. In mi Di>i ihim dal« of Kemoval with the 
■ncataUK-k of Baota and Shoe, on the Count. 

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TUIs School Is Iftesls-netl to Educate 

pupils for the practical affairs of life. It make* 
Busuiuss Kducaiion 'a speolalty; yet itsinstrncttoo 
1b not connned to Bookkeeping and Arithmetic 
merelp, but rives such broad oulbure an the times 
now demand. Thorotrzh tastmction Is given in all 
the brancbe* of an English education, and Modern 
Languages are practically taught. Tho diacipUao 
of the school is excellent, and its system of Actus, u 
Business pRA.crr.OE is unsurpassed. No puplla 
of bad character will be admitted. For full par- 
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337 .Bix.av.ti. Btreot, 

Above Maguirv'e New Theatre. 

Terrapin Stews. Shrimp Salnds. Crah 

Salads, Deviled Crabs, Welsh Rare-Bit*, our own 



bury and 
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Saddle Rock Oysters fresh from our own l _ 
Beds every morning, Chops, Steaks. Ice Creams • 
the best of Wines and Cigars. Oyater Frl cs ail— at 
specialty. N. B. Elegant private parlors for fami- 
lies and select parties up-stairs. 

CUAKLES HttiKE, 



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SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND 

Hairdresstng Establishment. 

«3« YTashlnfton *twt, 

below Kearny. PRI0E3 RE-, 

DUCED: B*ths, 25 cenu. 8har- 

lag. 25 cents. Hair cutting, 25 ^B'ATHfl 

cents. Shampooing. 35 cent*. 

M9dicat«l Baths. a= 3-tf JOHN OEIII 



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all M-.^. of SHELL FISH, Htalb No*. 
aw, 41.41. OaUfOmia Market, 

on Calif onda aasMA 

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TBI OEGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Pafcluned Brery Day in tho Year, by 
*-. J=». BOGARDDS. 

.12 MERCHANT STKEBT, 

Eolo* Montgomery Sap rrandrco 



FRIDAY JULY 9 



Amus ements, Etc. 

■anilrc'd New Tlteatre. 

It would be difficult to name an opera so full f( 
catching melodies as "Maritana" Erc-ry net is 
cxowded with them and one U eurprfsed to God 
hpw many familiar tcautie* art li&reu. contained 
•w^ir instance, in the £u»t a^l w e fcatc "Tbe Harp in 
the Air" Maritana'* opening Bemaora, the duo "* if 
Fairy Wand bad I tbe Power" by Maritana and 
^Poq Joit in tbt Bcconil act w* tnd Laxarfllo> 
tiqoisJte aria "A*> IfcM* Chime* so Sweetly Peal- 
ing." »h- frfo 'Turn oo old Time" by Dod Cwsar. 
X*rarilloaj.d Don Jose, the celebrated caTatina 
■•' 1Mb Jose "Let Me Like a Soldier Fall,' 
Don Jose's ballad "In Happy Moment*?," and the 
<*bnw "What Mystery ' In the third act are 
Marftaoa's aria "Scenes that are Brightest,- the 
Orison duct ol Maritana and Laxarillo "Holy 
Mother Guide His Footsteps,"' and Don Owat'l 
oonoluding cavatina "There is a Flower that 
.." which, by the by, was transposed to the 
second act last night. All these that we hare men- 
tioned are popular pieces, be>ide* which, there 
j» a bust of splendidly concerted numbers." 
With a'l lte»e beaotiej it may easily 
be imsjrlned that " Maritana " cannot faD 
to please. It certainly did not with Mr 
"William Castle as Don Jose, Mrs. Segrrfn u Lau- 
rtlio. Mr, J P. Hall as Don Jose. Mr. Henry 
I-eake»aa the King, Mr. Ed. Sacuin as the Marquis. 
Mr*. Julia VeMlM) as the Marchioness an<l Mile, 
i'.edenti, who last night made her debut, as Mari- 
tana. This eTtnins Flotow's exquisite opera ol 
""Martha" will be given with Mr. Maae as Lionel , 
Hoc Bernard as Mart baaud lire Bagain ae Nauay. 
The huuM last night was brilliant and crowded. 
< aliform fa Theatre. 

Last night the bouse was as full as ever; "stand- 
ing: room only" being tbe notice after eight 
o'clock. Having mentioned this happy state of 
affairs we go on with our noticing. Next to Mr. 
Montague we place Mr Robt. Pateman as Harvey 
Duff, a police agent in disguise. This despicable- 
character plays an important part in all Irish 
•lie informer being general!)' represented 
caacst of all mean Irishmen. Harvey Duff 
in not so conrpicuou X is not so prominently brought 
forward WMBiean, as Michael Feeoy, but Mr Pate- 
man makes bo much of that which is Intrusted to 
him, that several timet he is- and that not ostenta- 
Lae central figure of tbe scene. This taea- 
pecialby tbe case iu the last scene of the last act 
where being cornered and having to meet death 
either way. he prefers a sea grave to being clubbed 
and cut to death by an infuriated mob, every mem- 
ber of which has a mortal grievance against him. 
Abject to a horrible degree, he huge the knees of 
Conn whom be had killed, (vide tbe wake), and 
grovel k at 1 be feet of Arte Doolan whom be had 
stoles : thsn in a perfect ecstasy of terror he actually 
dances around the place, and then— as the mob 
enters the place— with a yell be leaps to the rocks 
belov. With a most characteristic make-up and an 
artistic carrying oat of a clever idea. Mr. Pate- 
man's Harvey Duff will not soon be forgotten, 
Italy's fifth Avenue Theatre Company. 

The box office for the opening week' of this com- 
pany's season, opened at Sherman A Hyde's on 
Wednesday, and is open every day. The sale is 
rapidly progressing. 
Mexican Infant lie Opera Company. 

At the California Theatre, on Sunday evening 
next, these wonderful children give a farewell per- 
formance, previous to their returning home, of "La 
Grande Duehesse," the opera in which they have 
made tbemselve? so faiiouf. Between the acts 
Scnorit* Soledad I'nda y Moron will sing arias 
from "Ernanl" and "Traviala** and the Bolero from 
"The Sicilian "Vespers." which is repeated by univer- 
sal request. 
BackJey'R Sew Tarietj Theatre. 

Swain and West in a douMe song and dance. 
Henate and Price in a double clog, and Miss Lydia 
Livingston in character songs and dances, are two 
or three of the many great attractions bere. 
Palace Variety Theatre. 

This evening. Mr J E Goes, the Easiness Man- 
ager of tbis place of amusement, receives a compli- 
mentary benefit tendered him by the entire com- 
pany. A splendid bill will be presented 
Hew Olympic Variety Theatre. 

Tbe new local sensation "The Brand of Shame,' 
is in rehearsal, and will soon be produced. Mean- 
while the programme every evening is crowded with 
attractions of varying quality and kind. 

Reisls KellKB. — This tnanunoth sym- 
posium, corner of Third and Market streets, under 
the Nucleus House, gives a grand Instrumental con- 
cert every evening. Tbe spacious RiesenKeiler com- 
bines billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
club rooms, concert hall and beer hall, ail in one 
Woodward's Gardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday, first time of Mile. 
Victoriue. in her great act on the Slack wire, Sig. 
Laviti the Fire King in his wonderful Jieptu Infer- 
naif. Mile. Grade and Moos. Leo in their lightning 
trapeze act, also appear with tbe Gymnastic Troupe 
and Orchestral Concert 



The White Rare vs. tbe Mongolian. 

This Is the season of the year that the invasion of 
California by tbe Chinese barbarians is renewed. 
Thousands ol emigrants. Christians by color, edu- 
cation and civilization are also swarming to this 
Land of Gold, induced to come by higher wages 
and a prosperous State. But tbequestion arises will 
thte prosperity last long, if the fact remains much 
longer, that this wretched scum of a leprous race 
find employment immediately or. their arrival 
through the agericies ot their companies, while 
many of our emigrants are seeking wort in vain, 
until tired and disgusted they return East. In the 
face of this crying evil there is one firm in this city 
..ines ought to be emblazoned in letters of 
gold: iwr t bey.- notwithstanding they run a Cigar 
Factory, employ none but white men. The firm 
we »efer to is Gordon * Burke. No. 842 Market 
street, opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
ers to patri 'riize tbem, no: only because they employ 
Wbite Li'i' nt because they keep the very finest 

brands of i .-s both Imported and Domestic, and 
the best quatrty of Tobaccos. Snuffs, etc 



The Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is iirectly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has j j". been beautifully frescord and is 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acta. x 

fresh and Sweet. 

Pox the bes; confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. M 



TBE OBIt.lVtL YAWKEE DOODLE. 

ITbe following copy of the original version ol 
"Yankee Doodl' U bow In po<ses«ioo of Mr Dod- 

'..'.da. Bostoo. It was printed t< I 
near Charles Rher Bridge, Boston " 

a TAVt.Pr*S RKTV'tOt fROM CAMP. 
f "jiher and 1 went down to Camp, 

Along Kith Captain Gooding, 
And tbcre we fee the rtet. and boys 
An thick as Hafty pudding. 
Yankt- 

And there wo fee a Thoufand Men, 

As rich af "Squire Da 
And what thiy wafted every LU) , 

I wuh it could be laved — 

The 'Lafles they eat ever. Day 
Would Keep a Houfe a Winter ; 

They have io much that I'll be bound 
They eat when they've a mind to. 

And there M fee a Swamping Gun— 

Largo as a log of maple. 
Upon a duied little cart 

A load for father'* cattle. 

And every Time they fboot it ofl 

It takes a Horn of powder, 
And makes a Nolle like Fathers gnu 

Only a Nation fodder. 

I went as uigh to one myleil 

As Stub a underpinning; 
And Father went as nigh again, 

1 thought the Puce was in him- 

Coufio Simon grew (o bold 

I thought he would have co< k'd it ; 

It feared me fo, I fhrinked ©Q 
And hung by Father's Pocket 

And Captain Davis "had a Gun- 
He kind of clapM his, Hand on't, 

And (tuck a crooked (tabbing Iron 
Upon the little End on't. 

And there 1 fie a Pumpkin Shell 
As big as as Mother's Bafon : 

And every Time they touched it off 
They .campercd like the Nation. 

I let a little BarreJ, too, 

The Beads were made of Leather, 
They knock 'd upon't with little Clubs, 

And called the folks together. 

And there was Captain WABajMOTOS 

And gentlefolks about him, 
They fay he's grown fo taroal proud 

He will not rioe without 'em. 

He cot h 

Upon a flapping Stallion) 
He let the World along- In Kowi; 

In hundreds and in Millioni. 

The flaming Ribbons in hiB Hat 

They look'd fo taring fine ah, 
I wanted peek fly to pet 

To t,'' v <- CO my Jcmimah. 

I fee another Snarl of Men 

A digging GraveB. they told me, 
So tarn:*! long, fo tarnal deep, 
They tended they fhoulu nold mc — 

II feared me fo, 1 hook'd it off 
Nor ftopped as 1 remember 

Nor turned about till 1 got home 
Lock'd \:p in mother's chamber. 



Trannniliirntlon. 

A contributor advances a systematic reg- 
ulation of the ancient theory of the trans- 
migration of souls. He bays: "My ad- 
vanced theory iB an ascending scale of trans 
—or rather super — migration, something 
after the following fashion : ten eouls of 
the cheese-mite equal the soul of a blue- 
bottle fly; five blue bottles' souls equal the 
soul of a bee; five bees' soul equal the soul 
of a bat: two bats' souls equal the soul of 
a rat; ten of the latter equal the soul of a 
cat; tive of which souls equal the soul of a 
sow; ten of the same equal the soul of a 
cow; seven cows' souls equal the soul of a 
gorilla; ten gorillas' souls equal the soul of 
a man; five souls of men equal one soul of 
a girl, like my Susan Jane." 

^ 

A Rillnc Shame. 

She tried to sit down in the street car, 
but was pinned back bo tight she couldn't. 
Old lady peeped over her specs and aaked 
her "How long have you been afflicted that 
way ?" The young lady blushed, and made 
*'a break," sitting down sideways, and 
holding her knees tegether so tight that she 
looked as if Bhe had on a one-legged pair 
of breeches. Old lady noticed her sitting 
in tbis side wise, cramped position, and 
whispered: "Bile, I s'pose ; I've had 'em 
myself. " 

The Wjg« am . 

The best hot lnnch to be had m the eiiy in pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugaman'e,- 773 Market street, 
under Fitztnbbon's Dancing Aademy ; also, a se- 
lect stock of Wines, Liquor?, etc. 
Hanacem 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establiahment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
Uful Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
3'antiy on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged (or 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in ISfiO 
and has been in successful operation ever sirce. 

Clara Axtonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 13*4 Post street, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. fro 

Millinery Goods, 

Wholesale and retail, at Palmer's, 726 to 7S4 
Market street. 



Jr\ 



Has Just Opened at No. 205 Kearny Street, 

WE&T SIDE, BETWEEN b ITTEK AKDBL'gH, Odc ol the Urgest and Finest Selections of 

Pure Home-Made Candies! 

Ever offered for Bile on the Pacific Ccaet. Aleo, just received a large and choice variety of 
CiSTEKs COVrMTlOM'.KY OF Till LATEST MAKE AMI STILES. 

Pure Home-Made Candies Made Every Day. jyS-Srn 



a 



RIESEN KELLER" 



IMMEN8E SUCCESS. 



io.ooo People I 

Have YlfcllfvJ tblK Mn;rni tiren I Symposium, 
and pronoaiiced H the 

FINEST IN THE WORLD! 

Grand Concert 

Every ES-v eaalaas * 

COI?. THIRD AND MARKET STS. 

TJaacaer Nucleus House. 

P. J. ZINCSEM. 



Tbe Yonnp. Man from the East* 

"Ima stranger in this city, 
rm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast ! 
I've been to al) the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his trend, 

'^Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or tried so crisp and brown. 

He'd the tarceet oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

■ "IuVsgot nice little private rooms, 
Where you can Bit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the voting men of fashion go 
Right tu the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 

A Word Io the Wise, etc. 

It is generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vanderslice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Preci jus Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. * 

Tbe Old Mint, Restaurant. 

At this old-established bouse, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the bon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Mayee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public togive the "Old 
Mint" a trial N. B. Open to 2:30 a. M. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners even,' Saturday. 2-L 



This Is Inferestlne to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Schafer & Co, long in the wholesale businesB 
have the largest stock, the latest 6tjle, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer & Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Gear}'. 



^agn. 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to $5 00, at 726 to 



m 



Do Not Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Coras, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cab find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 P. w. We apeak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. a 

Bay State OyKter and Chop House, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in tbe city. 
Oysters cooked in tbe latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 
Give us a trial. 

California Institute for the Cure of 
Stammering 

And impediments in speech, clipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at b22 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel— under tbe charge of Dr. 
N. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed in all cases. 

Bats which are Hats I 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" Hat 
Store, 647 Washiugton street, below Kearny, 
where yob will find oil the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hate in the city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. * 

Bnrkhardt's 540 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for 88; box toed 
gaiters made to order for §6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $8; boys' boots made to order for $£; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street u 

TerrlU and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street The best 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windows. Rooms for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of ciga rs and liquors. m 

Don't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store ol 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, pearThird, 
and save fully 25 per cent, by baying of them. Tbeir 
xuotto is : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore, they have no bad debts to nuke up out of ex- 
tra profits. ' b 

Laughing Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
Specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire, 
safety in the most difficult cases. 



FREE AND EASIY, 



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» A. !_. O O Ptf. 

•Ot MUHION 1TKBCT, 
Nblr SMOCd, 

SlTerr Saturday Nifflix. 

Taos. WILU, tUiBlrnksa. 

Until Farther Notice. 
▲ tbe test Soags next Saturday NlghL 
EAGIES A WILD. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinou of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, Ac. 

AT IjOW BATES, BT 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE ABE NOW SEUXNC TBE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for $1 25. Everything chea 
at cm- 
New Store, 540 Market Street, 
One door below Hibemia Bank. 
STAR SI1IUT 1IEFOT, 
je3-lm Formerly at No. 3 Second Street, 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am dlslribntlng Cards, Circulars, 

Handbills, etc.. on the route between here and Sac- 
ramento— both by the Vallejo and htockton routes, 
including all way towns, and am prepared to die- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on theBQ 
routes Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HAKRAHAN. American Exchange 
Hotel, Saneome street. N. B.-l can refer by per- 
mission to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Figaro for the 
manner in which I do their work. jee-tf; 

HOWARD ST. LIVERY and SALE 



STABLE, 



Bovearci Street, 

Between Fourth and Fifth Streets, San Francisco. 

PHILIP MOESHEAD, Proprietor. 

Kind and gentle horsea with Phittons, suited for 
Ladies. Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horses. ieS Irn 



PIPERS OPERA HQUSF. 

TTRC1INIA CITY, VETADA. 

JOHN PIPER Proprietor 

This Elegant Theatre ean be Rented by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPES, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. McC ABE, 
fe2S-tf 332 Bush street. San Franci/joo." " ..: 



METROPOLITAN TH£ATK> 

SACBAMRNTO. 

TO B.B1VT, 

• y the Nisht, TFeek, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or hi 
letter to W. K. MOREOW. Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B. — I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



THATJS so. 

Beautiful and Substantial Sets 
of Artifical TEETH only $15 and war- __ _ 
ranted equal to any work in >ew York or San Fran 
dec. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New York City. Office, 24 Post street 
between Montgomery and Keamj. 

mh-12 DB. LUTHER. Dentist, 



J. O. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN 1-.TJIWCH 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 
Oysters in t very style. PRIVATE 
STJPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



PLAIN TALK. 



What Will Become of this Country ? 

ie the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
dajiy increasing arrival of those accursed Asiatics. 
Why it doesn't take a prophet to answer this ques- 
tion] Just as surely, as you read this, the horrors 
of civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide of 
China emigration in time, but also for having fat- 
tened this vermin at their own expenBe, until it be- 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up the country altogther, or 6y a coup 
<lc main, free it from it. 

But to come to the point. Those persons who cry 
kindest against this Uhina pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what else do you call 
it, when they, thinbingthemselves unobserved sneak 
into Chinese washhouses or oigar stands and other 
such like establishments— in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar— at the same time squandering 
hundred fold the amount jn drinking, gambling and 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In tbe name of common sense, is this not 
the highest of folly ? 

Is it then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves! 8urely by so doing, we would 
have less idle men, woman and children among us, 
the prisonsless crowded, andhare hadsomethingelas 
besides woodchopping and getting out railroad ties 
to offer to wbite emfgi-rAnls being enticed to come 
to this country. Of the great numbers of ruined 
trades— let us only mention one, the cigar and cic- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in the bands of Chinamen, with the 
exception of a few, where only wbite men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stem the 
tWe, but will surely also succumb to their rive Is for 
want of patronage, though It should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up. 
Chief among them fs J. BOLLMAN'S L CO.. Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street es- 
tablished for the last ten jears, who besides their 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar 
the beat smoking article in market), also manufac- 
ture a email, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
BrillantEs, which braud is retailed all over the 
city and country town^ for 5 cents each. Now, did 
you ever hear of a Chinaman manufacturing pure- 
Havasa cigars at that price "l Wt did not. Surely 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized— or hoe it come already to tins— that. 
they should wear a tail, in order to sell their goods? 
This couiitry may come to thi* ;/i*r. Jm-lni 



Medical Advice. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and K*oxny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED, 

DR. Tf, K, DOHERTV returns hla »m- 

cere thanks to his numerous patients for their. 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at hit 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISKA3ES 
OF THE LTJNG9. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and GrT.NlTO-URINARY ORGANS, and, 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 
practice of many years In Europe and the United. 
States he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successf id remedies agaiust diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charged moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
refereucesof unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit Becrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOHERTV, M. D , 

mhll-tf San FranelHco, Cul. 



To the Unfortunate.- 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 623 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, San Prancisoc. Ln'rauceoc 
Commercial. Established in 1&5 t.for the, 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon tbe errors or Ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated The sick and the afflicted tL-ould not 
(ail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
Impart to those In need of his services. Dr. Gibbon. 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBROJJ, Boa 3957. San-. 
Francisco. no2!>-tf 



LOUIS IN. JDA.Vir>, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 



THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN TUB FIEUU 

Drinlis, lOc. 



211 STEVE.NSOX 8TKEGT, 

Nmt Street to Market J»«»r Third! 

jelWm J. D. BKI££g. Miuiuerr. 

PURDY, VAN BRUNr& ROB BINS,. 

COMMISSION 

STOCK BROEEBO, 

403 California Street, 
Oporeite Bank of California, Ban Francisco, CaL. 

Money Loaned and Stocks Carried 

on Margins. 

Ladies will find a room for their rue, contarnirjf ; 
a Stock Indicator, which will constantly telecraph'. 
Market quotations. apl6 >m 

DIVORCES OBTAINED!: 

Witnont Publicity! 

On Shortest Notice t 

For Any Canse Whatever : 
Legal Everjrwhore- 

£5T AH correspondence atrictly confidential. 
Addreas ATTOKKEY. 

Box 400, roaUOIMce, 
iyi-ti Sun Franclftt*. 



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New York Casino, 

838 MARKET ST., 
Opposite Fourth. 

j.]»-3» W. IL*ZVIA*OWSkI. 



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VOL. XXI. 



Masn±rQ's New Theatre. 



GRAND E1YGI*I2*H 

Opera Company. 



California Theatre. 
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«— r» .1 •W..I-, W*nllni to Location »!.©•, *1.%0 unci «!.<*. 

MATT 

IrjMwnl 4iImImI*i, «•! «• : K< ««■ trd Hchi*. Ut r«l(l rMrn : 
Bittroni i.lm i-.t-.n. :.o rml>, 

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f*"i**su -*n bow be ^n« ; A HYDE'S Ma 

Kearny and Sutler ilrtcta, ami at 2k>i nt.v n f Theatre 



tfTk- Fj . ■'.--> my for salf- only at Sherman A Hyde's 

Untie HUm. *Uil at the Theatre at night, all other* unreliable. 

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the English Opera Company, Madly 
13 MuUt street. 



fBTMAfl 

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< English Opera, kindly 
Bt and i35 Clay street. 



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father Bolan. Tie Para* Pries*, of St 

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-otnraaodlng a dsaaasi 
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the liio U •very Funeral; the K»r«t Fiddle at a') 
Weddingl and Ptttcrn*: 



sr recant Jnnr*. Of the IM 

Hint in 

Belli) I 

*h1II»kfi leasable. 

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ll.mo% ;in ..7_ 

irle «"%r»|r. In love with B birl 

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Mr>. uh. M\. ' an M- r 

Main. a lore wl 

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B, >- Ti ay<r 

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THE ACTION OF THE PLAY. 



A«T I 

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S;ENE 4 I 

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Th« liom** if two Irish ErirLn— t li> 

>nn"i cupb.::' > Ioti'ts 

LbarDoian's. The Shainthnmn. Conngoi il 

i r; ft clean breast of it. 
i i/Ket House. Tin 

iiv Sod pitch othar out 



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London Assurance 



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■- The flarr.T.-k-room. if. lu.t.t fellioto the trop. 

i \?s Cabin, i.'»nn geta a lutterand Is bothered. 
s. rvr >- Tli.' ptt« tower. Tho aenbuah and the eacane. 

. ■ 6-Thw Blaakcta. Coun and Robtrt boated How Conn play.d the fox, 

Rathgarros Head. How Olalre Ffollfot played ti i 
i 8- The rofna of Bt, Bridget's Abbey, The lore tryrt. 
ACT Hi Si EMS I— Mm <>' Kelly's cabin. The amnesty. 

of Conn the HhauKhraun. Groat Mewe. 
The shanty. Art* and Moya Id prison. 
• h 4 -The coot's nest Harvey DutT gets into a worm corot-r. KInohela 
conies to a bad end. Father Dolan gives bis oonsent. 



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laondon Assurance 

' ii . Htli, f..r th* nnt tirnr will 
TIN DALY K v. r. j n 

DIVORCE. 

(With IU famous original New York Cast I 

TbarMluy Evening. July 15 .*. DIV0B4R 

Friday Evening and (Saturday Hatlne*. 

8at\udft)' E 1 ening, 

LONDON ASSURANCE! 

Monday Klsbl, July IS nil. Itll. BONANXA 

MH DALY' can give but 36 renrMerttatlODB in San Franclico. Pivi v- 
Is tho rosin vi Limit of his visit, and during that period >ip will prevent with 
Now Scenery and Fashionable Garniture, manufactured In Now York <-m 
for these perforniances. the famous 80CIF.TY DRAMATIC N0VELT1KH 
which hav« given his Theatre and his Company a world wide celebrity, SeaU 
and Boxes can be Becured at SHERMAN k HYDE'S, comer of Sutter and 
Kearny Streets. 

PKJf'Etf -Bn\r« (seating four person*!. »S: Orrhralra, $1 Ml Bal- 
i..iii. #1; tdmUoloit, #1. tliiilni i I'll.. . iti , hi •«|rit, $1; 
itui.ini*. ;,". ceatai AtliuUnlon* 35 c«uia. iiabHrripUoiiH for ihc 
rnilre kihb will ire received* 
TREASURER AND BUSINESS MANAGER J. W. MoRKISSKY 



SANTA .MONICA. 

This fw .s.':ith.TTi Callfotnla has lack 
aaomavrclal dty Loa Angelea. hast, p 
hap*, more nearly than any other pla 

fPflTJ AaK<.-lfti has never liwu quit-,- ai>i> tu offset j 
• '- tHudvantage of a harbor so de 

Tlectl v« aa almoaa to bo worth! esa. Tho j 
< riuoent has s 
'. » million dollars <m San Pedro 
iBay wUiiwnt apparent boneddal result, and 
rsight aad paMrngen are dlscli 

rhenae carried myct*I nflgaBvlI 
marrow, shallow, muddy creek, and finally 
■discrabari. d in a swamp, twantg 

T-»ly mile* north of Ban Pedro and 
directly west of Loa Angelea, from which 
il Is bat fourteen miles distant, lies tho 
beautiful bay of Santa Monica. Tho har- 
bor la so much better than San Pedro, 
that, during a recoot gale, while the 
ateaEoer was etnaele to discharge Into a 
lighter at the latt.r place, but carriud her 
argooutoSan In t unloaded 

at Canta Monica lumber forithe oonatnic- 
Uonoftbu wharf at that point, Thiewharf 
a two th length, and reaches 

a point where there Is thirty feet of wate 
at low tide. Frotu the wharf to Lew An 
l** m, 3» Belea the road bed nf th.; ■ 

is gradt-d ; thetk* aro contra t, .1 f., r , and 

envusb Iron haa Ken rnirebaiiotl and 

'*dpi<edt'< ,. r.u'l a dUtance 

'' '■■■ pau grading through 



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> noarly done, and D 



Of forty l 

CaJun Fa 

have been ' 

to IndepuuJ 

That Santa Monica Is to bi the future 
eity of Bouthein i .iiiiLM-riiia, win be readily 
conceded after an examination of ita 
many advantage*. 

Tho future city of tho Southern Coast. 

The Loag Brauch oi 

Th..- termlnua of two trans-corn .. nl 

roa-Is. 
Tweivo miles of beautiful beach for riding 

and driving. 
A soil of unexampled fertility. 
A *Mte of unflumusing l>eauty. 
The terminus of tho Los Angelcv and In- 

dupeudence Railroad. 
Commanding the trade of Pan am int. 

Coao, and Cairo Q. 
Burroundod by 100.000 acxut< of land for 

Orange, Olive ana Lutnun ('rcharda. 
Tweivn uilks from I.y.i Angeles. 
A harbor where voshcIi can find shelter in 
. any storm, 
"thirty fee* of water at the wharf at low 

tide. 
Abundant n-ftter frmn living spring*, arte- 
sian wells and ordinary wells. 
Streets and lots have a natural grade. 
ClimaU the moat delightful in the world 




To merch»rtt| desiring to commence huaJ 

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To mechanics Seeking to establish them- 

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To invalMa-ia^ng-Tor -health and wroflt. 

SANTA MONICA 



ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SANTA MO MICA, 

iNCLUDING EI'SINESS LOTS,- RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILDA FARMS, 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Terms of sale will he made known through the public press. No lota disponed of at private s*le until after the auction. 

Mari, Pamphlet*, and pen* ral nformation in regard to the proposed^! ty. tppTj a1 3auta Uonieii, or at 




OBGAN OP AMUSEMENTS. 



nbllahed Erery Da? In the Year, by 

AT 

KW MERCHAJ.T STREET, 

B e'.ow Montgomery ■ **"> Francisco 



SATURDAY J^LY 10 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

SEW Villi fi. 
Theaverage nightly attendance at Cilraora's Con- 
cert Garden readies the enormous figure of 5,000. 

MbuMaud Harrlura, a young lady who la repre- 
sented a» beautiful, accomplished, and possessing & 
TOioeof tbe most exquisite quality, will make her 
debut during the approaching &eut>iLat one of the 
principal metropolitan theatres. The- young lady 
has ttndled unler Miss Fanny Morant and Mra. D. 
W. Waller. 

Frank Lord, '.ho millionaire, baa an abundance 
of pluck despite hli lounging stylo. The other nfeht 
at the Central Park Garden, any* the N. Y. oorre- 
Bpondene of the Baltimore B«t'etin, air. Lord wn 
presented to Miss Lillian Conway, who occupied a 
box with her lbitt and a party. Soon the by- 
standers were edified with seeing him take by the 
nape of the neck a gentlemanly looking person, who 
had been talking to Miss Lillian, and throw him 
down the stairs. Returning he said coolly, in ex- 
planation to the inquiries of some of the party who 
had not been attending prior to the demonstration, 
"He Insulted Miss Conway, and I did tho proper 
thing by him " This all took place very quietly and 
excited no particular sensation, except among those 
In the immediate vidtntty. Miss Conway smiled 
her thanks upon the gallant gentleman. 

Some time ago William R. Davis, Jr., a colored 
man, had William W. Tillotson, the Treasurer of 
Booth's Theatre, arrested for an alleged violation of 
the Ciril Rights law, in refusing to sell him an or- 
chestra or dresB-circle ticket. Mr. Tillotson when 
taken before United States Commissioner Daven- 
port, waived an examination, and the case was 
sent at once to the Grand Jury, who refused to 
present a bill. 

If industry and effort deserve to triumph, Messrs. 
Connolly and Fillet merited such a resultln the full- 
ost interpretation of the term. They had a grand 
subject for a drama In the French novel of "Around 
the World in Eighty Days." and in its presentation 
they were admirably seconded in the matters of 
stage and scenic effect by Manager Sinn, of the 
Brooklyn Park Theatre. But theirtorm was brought 
to an abrupt termination after the first night's per- 
formance of the second week, and the bouse wag 
closed. It must be very discouraging to young 
American dramatists to find their labors on so 
grand a subject unappreciated by the public. The 
theatre will remain closed until further notice. 

Messrs. John Simpson, Dave Reed and Ben Cot- 
ton, will henceforward be the lessees and managers 
of Bryant's, henceforth to be known'os Darling's 
Opera House, in Twenty-third street. It will be 
opentd for tin; season on August 23d, with a com- 
pany to be called the New York Minstrels, embrac- 
ing the most noted and talented artists in the pro- 
fession. 

I Shakespeare's "Richard II." is to form a portion 
- of Edwin Booth's repertory at the Fifth Avenue 
Theatre next season. 

The Yokes Family will only remainfour months in 
this country on their next trip. 

Miss Clara Morris, accompanied by Mr. Hariott, 
her husband, sailed for Europe on 28th. 

Mias Louise Hibbert accompanies Mr. Barry SiU- 
Ilvan to this country for principal female parts. 

Victorien Sardou has been offered $25,000 for a 
new play for Miss Kate Claxton. 

Mlla, Aimce will return to this country next 
yoar. 

Miss Kate Field sailed for England on tho 25th 
ult., to be absent one year. 

Mr. C. Weinschenk. who is to produce the spec- 
tacular drama of "Around the World," at the 
•Academy of Music, returned from Paris on Wed- 
nesday with the principal danseuse, ballet, ballet 
master, and Mr. Nezel, the master masblnist of the 
-Porte St. Martin, who has been especially engaged 
to superintend the piese. A special arrangement 
has besu made with the French Transatlantic Line 
to bring over all the scenery, etc., etc. They have 
already brought over the Grand Transformation 
Sojne. It arrived last week. The success whish this 
Parisian drama has achieved abroad il truly great' 
as is shown by It3 having been performed in Paris 
230 times; Brussels, 150 times; London 100 times; 
Berlin,, 230 times; Vienna, 200 times; St. Peters- 
burg SO times; Warsaw. 90 times and now it is is 
in preparation In Constantinople. 

E. T. Stetson, has given up "Hamlet" and "Mac- 
beth" and gone back to "Keck and Neck," which he 
ia now playing at Wood's Museum. 

For the first time in several years the early days 
of June chronicle the closure of all but one of the 
loading theatres in New York. This Is a rare cir- 
cumstance, and its cause may be credited to the 
lack of Summer novelties at the disposal ef mana- 
gers rather thaa to Indifferent patronage. The 
public, as a rule, are on the alert for good dramatic 
entertainments at any period of the year. Mana- 
gers heretofore considered July 5 as tbe most oppor- 
tune period for closing, and the majority reopened 
immediately after that date with either a *ery 
promising stellar candidate or a really attractive 
dramatic sensation. New York Is too metropolitan 
in character to submit for any length of time to a 
deprivation of the Instruction and amusement 
afforded at the theatre, and already the principal 
managers have sounded tbe warning note of an im- 
pending preliminary campaign. Early in August, 
at Wallack's, Aimee and her merry companions will 
.grimace and ean-can to the lively jingle of Offen- 
bach, Herve and Lecocq ; thu Fifth Avenue will be 
blithe and gay with the jolly Yokes quintette ; the 
fJnion Square will be rampant with the satirical 
wit of Colonel Mulberry Sellers and his alterego, 
John T. Raymond ; the Academy of Music will be 
redolent of scenic splendors, sensational effects and 
feminine beauties on a journey "Round the World."' 
piloted by the spruce and agile KiralfyB and the 
Gallic proprietor of tbe spectacle ; at Booth's, Barry 
Sullivan, covered with the histrionic glories of three 
generations, will reappear to gamer fresh laurels In 
modern Gotham. In music, Titiens, Von Bulow, 
Trebetu-Bettino. and Belocca will monopolize the 
concort platform, while the honors of the variety 
arena will be combated for by Managers John F. 
Poole and Josbu3 Hart at the Olympic, Eagle, and 
Comique Theatre The sensation stage is already 
perturbed by activity at Wood's Museum and the 
Bowery, and tbe minstrels, led by the humorous San 
Fraaclscans, together with the animation apparent 
at the minor varieties, indicates a brilliant cata- 
logue of novelties for tho approaebing amusement 
season. 

Elsewhere. 

Miss Charlotte Thompson, supported by William 

E. Sheridan and company, will commence her Fall 



The 'Two Orphans," with the principals of tbe 
Union Square Theatre cast, wa* produced at 
Booleya Opera House, Chicago, on July 5th. with 
Mr. Hart Jackson, the dramatist as director. 

Mr. Edward Antott has changed the title of his 
doleful play "lUbagas." as Mr, Stephen Fitke's ver- 
sion of Sardou'a comedy, with the same title, hao 
already been copyrighted for production In New 
York. 

Boston Theatre. June 21st —Second and last week 
of Miles. Morlaeci and Cora Adriana in "La Baya- 
dere." Fair business. Globe, "Evangeline" bur- 
lesque for second week to very good houses. Boston 
Museum, production of "Invisible Prince," wiih 
Rose Massey as tbe hero. Good houses. 

Frank Mayo and troupe played in HorueUsvilio 
on tho 28th, Elmira. 29th, Oswego, July 1st. 

The theatrical season in Philadelphia Is over No- 
body can sit in the theatres East and Imagine they 
are enjoying the performance while the perspiration 
is pouring off them In their efforts to smile and be 
happy. 

Tony Pastor and troupe. Grand Rapidg, Micb. 
July 7th; Jackson, 8th ; East Saginaw, 9th; Bay 
City. 10th; Detroit, 12th and 13th; Toledo, 14th; 
Cleveland. 15th; Buffalo, 16th and 17 th; Toronto. 
19th and 20tb ; Montreal, 21st, 22<L 23d. 21th ; skip a 
week or so and then to Boston. August 9th, two 
weeks. 

There is talk of building another theatre In Phila- 
delphia to be opened at the Centennial. 

Walsingham, the New York correspondent of the 
Baltimore Bulletin, in speaking of Miss Morris's 
Cora in "Articled," which she played at Brooklyn 
just before etartlng for England, says; She has 
elaborated this part until it is a wonderful piece of 
art as well as a marvel of Impulse. Anything more 
sinuous, more deadly and more abnormal than 
some phases of this character can scarcely bs ima- 
gined. Her mad scene Is horribly real, but almost 
as effective is the interview with her former lover 
when, pursuing him with alternate reproaches and 
entreaties, ehe strives to entangle him in her snare. 
The enthusiasm *yab intense the other evening, and 
Miss Morris was forced to re-appear more than 
onoo. 

The "Big Bonanza" played by Daly's company, 
drew fair houses at McYicker's, Chicago, but the 
hot weather prevented the theatre being crowded. 
At Hooley's Tony Pastor's troupe were followed on 
the 28th ult, by tho Oates Comic Opera for the week 
ending tho 3d inst. The Academy is held by a va 
ity organization. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Bank of Savings! 



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Opposite Palace Hotel. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



B. P. Brunner, 
cha8. n. felton, 
HjjiaM Rosekrans, 
q. j, prbscott, 

JO-IL P. LlOHTNER, 



John R. Carnahan-, 

W. W, HA.N3COM, 

Thoma.3 B. Lewis. 
H. J. MoLerie, 

HENRT P. WrLLLAMS. 



Edward Trass:. 



E. P. BRFNNER, President. 
W. W. HANSCOM, Yfce-Preaident. 
THOMAS B. LEWIS. Secretary. 
M. J. CONNOLLY, Cashier. 



Interest Allowed on All Classes of 

Deposits. Remittances from the interior ean be 
Bent through WELLS, PARGG & COS EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook will be 
returned. jylO-tf 



C :Ft -A. 3NT JD 

I* I O NT I O- 

....TO THE.,.. 

WILLOW GROVE, BERKELEY, 

....ON.... 

Sunday, July 11th, 1875. 

Admission to the Grounds and Pavillion FREE ! 



FINE DANCING 11 ALL I 

I I XL BAND OF MUSIC ! 



Dining nails and Picnic Tables on the 
Restaurant Principle, Rates Moderate. 



Berkeley Ferry Time Table: 

From Sam Framcjsoo— Front and Green street 
Wharf— 8:00 A ai ; 10.15 A M ; 3:30 p m ; 6:50 P M' 

Sunday— 9:00 a m 11:00 a m ; 3:50 p m 6:15 p m. 

From Bbrexbt— 6:00 a M ; 9:00 AM; 11:30 A M ; 
4:45 p M. 

Sunday— S:00 a m; 10:00 A m ; 2 ; 00 P M : 4: 
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Bo-ward Street, 

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PHILIP MOKSliK.il>, Proprietor. 

Kind and gentle horses with Pbietons, suited for 
Ladies, Business Buggies and Wagons TO LET with 
or without horses. je8 lm 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN JL.TJJVCH. 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 

Oysters In every style. PRIVATE* 



DOG LICERSESJGR 1875-76! 

Tbe New Do« Trie License Tor 1875-6 t» 

now ready for delivery, at $2 each. Ofhoe— Mo. 7 
OITX HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses for the year ending- July 1, 
1876, are -now due and payable, and delinquent on 
the ttrat Jay of Au junt, after which default will be 
added. The New Badges for Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages are now ready for delivery. 

PEDDLERS A>"I> KUNNERS will make prompt 
payment for this Quarter now due. 

JAMES O. DEAN. Collector of Licenses, 
jy7-10t Office -No. 7 City Hall. 2d floor. 



Factory : 

157 New Montgomery St. 




Encourage 
Home Industry 



Ostrich Feather Dusters, Snperto to 

Eastern make, at Rates Current there. 

IVnll Dn«ter», (of Feathers) S feet long. S3 OO 

Brazilian Livery Stable Dnstem, 

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It is composed of the best materials known to the 
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lead, pttre zinc, and the purest coloring matter 
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they cannot separate. Hence, it will never chalk, 
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It will last twice as long as the best White Lead, 
prepared in tbe usual way, while the cost of painting 
with the Averill Paint is less. 

We have in our employ some of the best painters 
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and take 

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HAS BEMOTED TO 

44 SECOND STBEET 

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«=r Watches and Jewelry Kr paired at 
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Established eince 1858. my20-tf 



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Steam Book and Job Printers, 



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813 Kearny Stree t. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



ODD FELLOWS_SAVINGS BANK. 

DIVIDEND rVOTIt'E. 

The Board of Directors of the Odd 

Fcllo-V HaviDjt* Bank, have this day declared a 
Dividend at the rate of Nina and one-tenth (9 1-10) 
per csnt. per annum on Permanent Deposits, and 
ol Seven and three-tehths (7 3-10) per cent, per an- 
num on Short Deposits for tbe semi-annual term 
andine June 30, 1675. payable on and after the 'JUti 
Inst. JAftLKS BENSON, beoretary. 

San Franoiaco, July 7, 1875. 



DLPOMTOK*- DIVIDEND. 

The Western Saving* anil Trust Com 

pany, of San Frauciico, Oaulnrnia, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) per cent, per unuum on Term 
Deposits, and Eight (S) per ceut per annum on 
Ordinary Deposits, payable at their Bank, north- 
easterly corner Po&t and Kearny streets, on and 
alter July 10, 1876. 

FREDRIO CLAY, Cashier. 
J. H, Griffith?, Sec. jy9-lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVING » BANK 

No. 215 Sanaome Street. 



ThcDireetors have declared a dividend 

at the rate of Nine (9) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Seven and a Half (7i| per cent. [ier 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
June 30, 1875, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after MONDAY. July 12th, 1875. 

JOHN PAKROTT, President. 
ftSan Francisco, June 30, 1875. jj6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 



The Board or Director* of this Society 

have declared tbe dividend for tbe half year ending 
June "30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
annum on term deposits and seven and one-half 
per cent. (71) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after J uly 15, 1875. 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mortaaee Union and Savings 

Bank of California, 534 California, street, corner of 
Webb.— For the quarter ending with June 30th, 
1875, a dividend has been declared at tbe rate 
of Eight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDE ND N OTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety. 512 California Street. 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths 19 6-101 per oeDfe per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, tree from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday. July 6tb, 1875. By 
order. 
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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with Jane 

30tb, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one half I7A) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Per order, 
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Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

San Francisco. 

Guarantee Capital $170,000 

Money Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid Bemi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
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phia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
Canadas; also, London, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the prinoipal cities of Europe. This Bank BolioitB 
the patronage of all persona 

WH. H. CULVER, President. 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES, Secretary. 



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The Present Quarters having to he va- 
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Will Offer His Entire Slock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

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LOUIS IS. DAVID, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 

653 WisniKCTOX STBEET. 



SCOTT'S 

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ONE CAN 

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A m-.tU'LAIt VARIETY SHOW. 

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Change of Time. 

On and after Itlomlay, May 31st. 1975. 

the new, elegant and fast Bteamer JAMES) ftf 
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daily (Sundays excepted), leaving Green-atreet 
wharf at 7:30 A. M. and 3 o'clock p. k., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, HealdBhurg, Lytton, Olo- 
verdale, and with BtageB for Sonoma, Skagg's Mark 
West, Bnrtlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Fiak Mills 
Gualala, ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Minea. Returning the cars will leave Clover- 
dale at 8:10 a. M. and 3:30 p. M„ connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San FranciBco at 
12:40 P. M. and 8 p. m. Freight received all day. 
THE *.l V>l US. 
VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line via 
Cloverdale. the shortest, cheapest and best route 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, seven hours— passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque acenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green-street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6:45 
p. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

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TABLE VYARfc AND ALL GOODS 



From which the Silver is worn, Replated 
in the most durable manner, at the 

Sau Francisco Gold and Silver 
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Nob, 653 and SIS5 Mission Street, Between 
New Monlsouic rj and Third Sta. 

A Pine Stock of TABLE WARE for sale at the 
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Proprietor. 



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• ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



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SATURDAY JUXY 10 



Amusements, Etc. 



Cali-orstu Theatbe.— "Tbe Phan-h 

raan i- r=o rtrnark&Uy l'tfii of good character. that 
if one were to ebo«s« fca>fc»zard, no would be 
cortain to fall 011 some one well worthy at- 
tention. Father Dolan, coiry KinchsJa. Boboi 
Ffollot, Claire Ffoliot, Mr«. O Xally as* X°f» we 
all excellently drawn personages witb scarce 4 differ' 
tax* of meiit between tbem. li< »ticr, plare. not 
pewse-lt-uv, ii given to-day to Mrs Jadab'i Mr- 
t»'Kelly. I*. \* an axiom at the theatre and outside) 
that whatever this dear old lady dooa, bbeuuea w«ii, 
Tbc axiom certainly holds t:oodKT*. Kind-hearted 
■Mr*. o'KeJly. worthy mother of to nobl*asen! 
Jdoderawly pren to tattling and with a taste tn 
dress th*t runs toward a red tkirt and a pani-col- 
•rwd gown; with a brogue ai rich as her lore for 
Conn; with just tb# leait crank io her temper to 
save but dh.posit.on from htlng tiresome ;n ]•« 
eteoe*- proud ol the u'Kcllja, who doubtless 1 eame 
from aa Irish King and proudest of all that her bod 
was to t»e buried in state as grand as that of any 
w«au "Member of Parlymiot," Conns mother as 
presented hy Mrs. Judah "U tbe liv:D±: picture" 
of one of that glorious old stock from whom have 
apron*; the Mike O'Dowd*, the Torenee O'Bradyr. 
tbe Pat MoUoys, the Billy Pattersons, (be Jimmy 
JfeEnyn. the (una ' >' Kelly* and all the rest of that 
grand army of m srtyrs.beroes and good-for-naughts. 
A great crowd in attendance las; ni^ht with out a 
standing place to spare. 

Magujre's New Theatre.— Of all 

•peraswe take it, Flotows "Martha" is tbe eweet- 
#st_ It* solos are exquisite bits of melody, its 
auartette' and daet music Jovely spechnen* of bar- 
njony. whilst its choruses are glorious. Seldom has 
'Kan Francisco had the pleasure of hearing this 
cdianning work better given than it was last night 
by Urs. Caroline Kichings-Bernard as Martha, 
Mr?. Setjuin as Nancy, Mr. Maas as Lionel.' Mr 
Cssrletqq as PIuuktttandMr. Seguinas Tristan,. It 
is not too much to r,-y , that this was the success 01 
the season. Encores were lavishly given and it was 
evident that everyone in tht- crowded house en- 
joyed the Brat to the full. In the solos each re 
<Cwrred hfs or her meed of applause while the quar- 
tette.-, and choruses even, wereredeminde 1 The 
opening dual between Lionel and PlunkeU. the good- 
adgfat quartette, the chorus at the conclusion of the 
fourth art. thesplnning'-whe*) quartette, "The Last 
JRose of .Summer." Flunkett's drixking eol & - EB Qfa 
fourth act. Lionel's "ATappari" and tbe dost in the 
hut act between Fluniett and Nancy were as usual 
the favorites, tat taken throughout, the perform- 
anae was of such a nxst-clasa order that it alone 
woaid secure the success of the company. This 
afternoon "Montana," this evening "Martha, " with 
George Evans as Conductor and on Sunday evening 
"Mignon." 

©alt's Fifth Avenue Company. - 

Among tbe other arrivals from the East to-night 
wiil t-e the above famous organization from New 
York, under the wing of tbe founder and Manager 
of the Troupe, Mr. August in Daly. The sale of 
feats has boon snah that a crowded house Is sure to 
welcome them on Monday night at Piatt's Hall, 
which cosy place has been newly decorated and oth- 
erwise improved, greatly to the comfort of the au- 
dience. 

AnTPANTTLE OPERA BOTJFr'E Tp.OLTF.— 

At the California Theatre, to-morrow (Sunday) 
evening, these wonderful children give a farewell 
performance, previous to their returning koine, of 
"La Grande Ducbesse," the Optra In which they have 
made themselves so famous. Between the acts 
Benorita Solcdad Vnda y Moron will sing arias 
from "Ernani" and "Traviata" and tbe Bolero from 
"The Slc'lian Vespers," which is repeated by univer" 
-al rei|ue-t. 

Bockle\-'« New Vartett Trrayrflfr— 

The aeU '-' '-—--' ire particularly good being, 
"Pour O'clock Train," "Dutch Justice," Uncle 
Jeff at Home -and "Snoozer." Besides these, there 
ii tea uiual variftd olio. 

Palace Varitiy Theatre.— Mr. J. 

T.. Goss' benefit but erenin g wa« a great success, 
the. house being jammed. Among the volunteers 
was a MTtsdn Julian Adams, who gaYe a solo with 
iaoitations on the English Concertina, with such 
Kood style, that, ho was inunediately engaged and 
will make his first regular appearance to-rught 

New Olympic Variety Theatre.— 

"The' Brand of Shame" is a capital piece with a 
Sirst-rate moral The two chief charaeteri are Mike 
and Mary Murphy, played by Hoghey Robinson and 

Vinnie Welch. The usual strcmg bill to-night. 

Reisen Keller. — This mammoth sym- 
r^oetum, corner of Third and Market streets, under 
the Nucleus House, gives a grand instrumental con- 
cert erery ewening. TlieepaciouflRiesenKelleroom- 
bines billiards, bowling alleys, shooting galleries, 
club rooms, concert hall and beer hall all in one. 

woodwabd's Gardens— Attraction- : 

<>n Saturday and Sunday, first time of Mile. 
Victorine. in her great act on the Slack wire. Sig. 
LaTitj the Fire King in his wonderful F.<paa Jnfcr- 
naU t Mile. Grade and Mods. Leo in their lightning 
trapeze act. also appear with the Gymna.-* 
And Orchestral Concert 

The Cliff House.— Captain Foster, the 
sexual host of the CUff House, enterU.i 
Jrom all parts of the Globe at bis famous aea-mde 
resort. The Crlff House is the one thing Ban 
Francisco has to boast of as different from any 
thing else in tbe world. Omnibuses run erery day 
from the taminna of the Lone Mountain railroad. 



NOTES. 

Little Nell has been playing a successful weeks 
t~gagement at the Metropolitan Theatre, Sacra- 
mento. On Wednesday evening "Fidelia" was the 
bill, on Thursday "Archy the Newsboy,- last even- 
ing "Nan tbe Good for Nothing" and "The Pride of 
the Market." a- ' this evening "Andy Blake' and 
"The Little Tr lire." ' 

Last evening a concert was given at the Music 
Hall, Ban Jose, by a musical society of that city, 
when the cautata of "The Flower Queen" was 
given. This and the climate will be sufficient to 
kt-ep San Jose b3! >py for a month at least. 

YrekahAsbeei. revelling in the peri orman ce ol 
the Yreka Amateur Club, who last week gave two 
' 'interesting" performances a t Keauvr'e Theatre, the 
bill being "Dollaxa and/ Gents'* and "Tbe Dutch- 
man's Ghost. 



am*. 



street, the floor of the orchestra stalls is In, the 
stage Is In a fair way towards completion, the pros 
cenium arch it being sprung, and the painting framed 
are up. There are two of tL^t.one on each ride, tl.t 
paintiof platform, which is situated at tho back ol 
the stage and which, with tlu frames, is boisled 
clear up est of the way by means of counter 
weighte, thus flhmj the stage the full possible 
depth of e.f Mr<eJtht and a half feet. The height 
from the ft 'tligbts to tht proscenium arch is forty- 
tU- width from wall to wail of the sta^e 
u- hi. 1'uadrcd and twenty feet with an available 
suace of siaty five feet for scenes, that is from box 
to box. The latbiog Is nearly finished and every- 
thing betokens activity and progress. 

Market street theatre, tbe advance from 
wwek to week Is something astonishing. Already 
the walls are up to the tint story, and the joists for 
stage and auditorium are In place. The hotel 
building keeps even paca, and the time for opening 
both cannot be more than two or three month? 
hence. The prevailing feature of everything con- 
aected with the immense dual building is its mass- 
iveneas and strength. No Journeywork here. 

: •trot U killing the ladies in San Francisco. 
Poor dears.' W» had hojfd they had more sense 
than their sisters in New York." So fcays the A". T*. 
Spirit cj/'rV ftm**, and in so saying does an injus- 
tice both to Mr. Montague and to the ladies of San 
Francisco Mr. Montague has neither posed for an 
Apollo, nor striven to gain a reputation asaheart- 
breaker in this city. He has done much more, he 
hat succeeded in making a worthy impression as a 
cultivated exponent of the unstrained. lefined 
■jcfano] of acting. Mr. Montague is held in San 
Prancico to be a courteous gentleman, almost guilt- 
less of s«* (-consciousness and a good actor. These 
are honorable titles. To call him "a masher' 
would be an ill com] liment indeed, and little short 
of an insult, especially to the ladies. 

We learn that Miss Fanny Davenport will go 
starring next season for three months, under the 
management of Mr. James W. Motrisey, ail 
through the principal Eastern States, after which 
Mr. James Lewis will make nearly the same tour 
under the same management. 

We are sorry to hear that Fechter is lying ser- 
iously ill nf heart disease at Montreal, Canada. 

It seems that the Emerson Minstrels did not do 
particularly well at the gloomy Park Theatre, New 
York. However, they picked up at Boston and 
Philadelphia They traTel in the East during this 
month and August, re-opening in Chicago on the 
let of -fi'tember, remaining there for four months, 
and closing their engagement on the 2d of January, 
187C Then taek again to Bush street, San Fran- 
olieoi 

The Gates troupe closed at Hooley's .on the 3d, 
and were to have opened at tbe Perk Theatre, N. 
Y. on Monday last, but the arrangements were in- 
terrupted. Mr. J. W. Allineon sails on Monday 
next for Europe, to engage new talent for the com- 
ing season which opens at Providence, E. I., on tbe 
STtrJ 61 September. 

The Hooley Comedy Company opened at Piper's 
Opera House. Virginia City, on Monday, to one of 
the biggest houses ever inside the walls of the thea- 
tre. The business has continued uninterruptedly 
j^ood all during the week, and it seems probable 
rhat the two weeks' engagement will be exteuted te 
four The only change in the cast is the substitu- 
tion of Miss Merry's name for that of Mrs. Mes- 
tayer, who it will be remembered played tbe pro- 
fessor's better half; and who hag cancelled her en- 
gagetuen Mr. Hooley,— cause, Sunday even- 

ing performances. 

We learn that Mr. J. L. Toole, the English 
comedian, will soon return to London, where he is 
to appear la October, in a round of his old ohar- 
actess. Mr. Toole's American tour cannot be 
called a success. Mr. J. L. Toole is simply and 
purely a local comedian— so thoroughly English 
that no one outside of London can laugh at him or 
understand him. Still, he has "gone the rounds" in 
our principal cities, and met with a kind reception. 
But he returns home without having made the for- 
tune he expected. 

The latest we have heard of Frank Gilder is that 
he gave a concert on the evening of the 2d, some- 
where on Vancouver's Island, with Mrs. Babcox, 
Miss Blanche Gaiton and Mr, Thomas Whirlen a^ 
assistant artists. 

As we have already said, the Ungard season, at 
Portland, was an extremely successful one. Tho 
season closwl on Saturday last with "A Life's 
Dream" and 'The Weavers," played to a large 



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Tbe White Race vs. tbe Mongolian. 

This is the season of the year that the inva ?ion of 
California by the Chinese barbarians is renewed. 
Thousand* of emigrants. Christians by color, edu- 
cation and civilization are also swarming to this 
L'jL'.i oi Ould, iiiuuicd to cciir by higher wages 
Mid arCrosperouii State. But thequestion arises will 
this prosperity last long, ii the fact remains much 
longer, that this wretched senm of a leprous race 
find employment immediately on their arrival 
through tbe agencies ol their companies, while 
many of oar emigrants are seeking wbrk in vain, 
until tired and disgusted they return East. In tbe 
face of this crying evil there ia one firm in this city 
whose names ought to be emblazoned in letters of 
poid ; for they, notwithstanding they run a Cigar 
Factor?, employ none but white men. Tbe firm 
we relet to is Gordon & Burke, No. 842 Market 
street, opposite Fourth. We recommend our read- 
ers to patronize tbem, not only because they employ 
White Labor, but because they keep the very fineet 
hrancU of Cigars both Imported and Domestic, and 
the best quality of Tobaccos. Snuffs, etc , 



Burkbartf t's 540 TTasbinprton street. 

French calf boote made to order for $S; box toed 
•xaiterg made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for *J6; boys' boots made to order for $?: 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhaxdt's own make, at equally low Bales, at 540 
Washington street. m 

Ten-ill and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street The best 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windows. Booms for private par- 
new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
Be Ft of cigars and liquors. * in 



Tbe Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
food lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It bas Just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room, between the acts. x 



The iVicvtam. 

-et hot lunch to be had in the city is pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugaman's, 773 Market street, 
under Fiugibbon's Dancing A ademy ; also, a se- 
lect stock of Wines. Liquore, etc. 

Clara Antonia, M. P., de Paris, Business and 
Uedical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 1S*J r^st* sweet, near Dupont. Corpect di- 
agnosis arid special attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
EnirLish. .-«ssjs) 6-o 

Millinery Goods, 

Wholesale and retail, 
Market street. 



at Palmer's, 726 to 734 



Fre*b and Sweet. 

For the beet confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wage 61*9, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. N 



R, J.TECHAU. 

CHOICEST 

Eastern & California 

OYSTERS. 
Clams 

And all kinds of 

Shell Fish. 

TERRAPIN STEW, 

SDK! W p and < It AD 

6 alads 

DEVILED CRIBS. 

CLAJI CHOWDEB. 



tll etn Pa«flc«^o^7.: 




P. D. JESSEN. 

PEIVATE 

.Accommodations for 

Families and Parlies 

UP-STAIKS. 



REFRESHMENTS 

AXD MEALS 

^At All Hoars 

The BEST of all that 
Markets Afford. 

%Jk Wines, Liquors, 



PIxAINJTAIiK. 

What Will Become of this Conntry? 

ifl the cry of a good many, when they notice the. 
^y^.inf reading arrival of tnoae accursed Asiatics 
way it doean t take a prophet to answer this ques- 
tion 1 Juet as surely, as yoa read this, the horrors 
oi civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for itB own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide of I 
China emigration in tim r . but also for having fat- 
tened tbia vermin at their own expense, until it be-< 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them- 
either to give up the country altogther, or by a coudi 
de mam, free it from it. 

But to come to the point. Those persons whocrm 
loudest against this China pest, are those who pat: 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what else do you calll 
- V w «? n thejr * thinki OBthemselvesunobservedHneak. 
into Chinese waahhouse»r,reigar slauda and other 
.-uch like establishments— in order to save a fewl 
cents on a dollar- at the same time squandering 
hundred fold the amount in drinldng. gambling and 
lor other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In the Dame of common sense, is this not 
the highest of folly ? 

Is it then impossible to stop this nonsense an*! 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves V &urely by so doing, we would i 
have leas idle men, woman and children among us, 
theprisonsiesa crowded, and have bad something else 
besides woodchopping and getting out railroad ties - 
to offer to h hite emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country. Of. the great numbers of ruined 
trades— let ua only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in this citv, which are al- 
most entirely in the hands of Cb'inamen, with the 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and who hare done their best to stem the 
tide, but wul surely also succumb to their rivbls for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up 
Chief among them Is J. BOLL MAN'S Al 00 Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street es- 
tablished for the last tt-n years, who, besides their 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar 
the best smoking article in market,, alsommuiae- 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
Brillantes, which brand is retailed all over the 
city and country towns, for 5 cents each. Now, did 
you ever bear or a Chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana cigars at that price '< We did not. Surely 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized— or has it come already to thie—that- 
Uiey should ■wear a tail, in order to sell their goods 
This country may come to this yrt. 1u7-lm 



Dr. Char. C. ODosxkll (late V. S. A.), office 



GOOD CIGARS, 

^-^ - . -■ ^ ^ ;-^ English Ale and Porter. 

SUMMER STREET, near KEAENY, bet. PINE and CALIFORNIA. 



The Yon'ric Staii from the East. 

" Im a stranger in this fjty, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

'TVell, I can tell you," said bis friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PLNE STREET, 

At 419. opposite t he M arket, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE BOOK, 

You cant fail to remark it 



"Emerson CorviUe keeps the place, 

The best saloon in to\ssi, 

There you can get your oysters raw, ' 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's, the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast-, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 



FREE ANO EASIY. 
CHAHINO 



4* 



SALOON, 

•O* MISSION sVTKE.ET, 

Near Second. 

.EJ-rerv Saturday PJig-lit. 

TBOS. WILD, Chairman, 
Until Further Norlot. 
A the test Bongs next Saturday Night, 
EAGUBS & WILD. 



"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
An<J eat your California stew, ■ 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the voting men of fashion go 
Bight to tbe SADDLE ROCK , 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



A "Word to the Wise, etc 

It is generally known, but there is not tbe proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vandersiice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and 'as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. 




The Old Hint Bestaorant. 

At this old-established house, 606 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the bon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give tbe "Old 
Mint" a trial. N. B. Open to 2:30 a. m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-l 

This Is IntcrestlnK to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to strangers. 

Scbafer & Co, long in the wholesale business 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
bcBt of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Scbafer & Co's 70S 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 



Do Kot Suffer Ironi Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan'B Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. M. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. a 

California liwituu for the Cure of 

SuimnierlnB 
And impediments in speech, Flipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at t>32 Market street, 
opposite the Palaoe Hotel— under the charge of Dr. 
N. A. Moecs of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed in all cases. 



Hats irhlch are Hats 1 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" Hat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at. 
"The" Hat Store. * ■ 

Bay Stale Oyster and Chop Douse, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, t he most 
comfortable and cosy establishment ' 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. 

I 



aet, xne most 

alM& 



PROGRAMMES, 
And all binds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, B* 

B. F. STSRfSTT; 

532 CLAY STREET. 



IWedical^Advice. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. ItOlll 1: 1 V returns Mr Kin- 
cere thanks to bis numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF TEGE LUNfiS. LIVER, KIDNEYS. DIGES- 
TIVE and GfcNITO-nilNARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopep his long 
experience and succesnful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 
practice of many years in Europe and the United 
StateB he is enabled to applv the most efficient and 
successful remedies against disease;? of all kind-. He 
oures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way. and baa 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE; 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOUERTV, II. D., 

mhll-tf San Francisco, f'al. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

Mo. 623 Kearny Street, Corner or i 

Commercial, San Franciscc, Eir'ranceon : 
Commercial. Established in 185 -..lor the i 
treatment and cure of all diseases of the mi.- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness conaequent ' 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- - 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- ■ 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not.' 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- - 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the. 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable iniocmation, which he is competent tc 
impart to those in need of his services. Dr. Gibbon ■ 
will make no charge unless be effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. San,,. 
Francisco. co25-tf 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE ABE NOW SEIXDiG THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for $1 25. Everything chea 
at our 

New Store, 540 Market Street, 
One door below Bibemia Bank. 
STAB SIBIKT DEPOT, " 

je8-lm Formerly at No. 3 Second Street, 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am dlslrllratlnc Cards, Circulars, 

Handbills, etc., on the route between here and Sac- 
ramento— both by the Yallejo and f-tockton routes, 
including all way towns, and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on these 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American Exchange 
Hotel. Sansome street. N. B— I can refer by per- 
mission to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Figaro for the 
manner in which I do their work. je8-tf J 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA. 

JOHN PIPER Peopbtjetor 

TBils Elesant Theatre can be Rented by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to . 

JOHN PLPEB, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. McCABE, 
fe28-U 332 Bush street, Ban FranciBoo. Z ~ 



METROPOLITAN THEATR* 

IACB1MKNTO- 

IT tbe Night, Week, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre; or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere, 
mbii-tf 



THAT_IS SO. 

Bean ti ful and Substantial Sets 

of Artiflcal TEETH only $15 and war-' 

ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
cisc. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenl 
experience in New York City. Office, 24 P< 



THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN THE FIELD. 

TJurixU^s, lOo. 

211 STEVENSON STKEET, 

Kert Street to Mlrket Near TMid 

jel9-3m _ J. I>. BItlGGS, Manager. 



PTJRDY, VAN BRUNT&ROBBINS 

COMMISSION 

STOCK BROKER^ 

405 California Street,™ " ■ 

Opooaite Rank of California, San Francisco. Ca I - 

Money Loaned and Stocks Carried 
on Margins. 

Ladies will find a room for their use, containing^ 
a Stock Indicator, which will constantly telegraph 
Market quotations. apl& 'm 

DIVORCES OBTAINED t 

Without Publicity! 

On Shortest Notice ! 

For Any Cause Whatever I 
Legal Everywhere' 

gST All correspondence Btrictly confidential. 
Address ATTORNEY, 

Rox 400, Post-Office, 
jyMf San Francfotco. 



New York Casino,. 

838 MARKET ST., 
Opposite Fourth. 

jelWm JT. «KZ»ZAKOWSkr. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

•AI JOU, CitA. 

Tlilil BenmUUl mnd »ewly KenoTaltd 

Theatre i£ to be let to tbe- Nlsbt. Week, or Monti 
_J— 



Uysier Parlor ! 



ClW l HI * 




TAPE WORM 



**■ rnajrcuco, mobdat, jilt it. on*. 



D*. CLOSE. 

■ Hliitti .1 



VOL XXI. 



r»rt. | 



HALL'S SAFES ^w Olympic Variety PALACE VARIETIES/BUCKLEY'S NEWYAnlETT 



ImUmaiI O wn Third a»d Wli^— IVuml 



iMaaaivaja aucoaaa 

■ 

BRAND OF SHAIYTE 



tumat] 

" w . ..*• ll.ai.aj koa nMataaaav 



l'F:ir!>.l, 



THIS IVCKIKU 



JULY It , 



as «oij«»t ur 

JULIAN ADAMS 

Imrmpr und t SL.trttlls.. 



537 Market street 

■ w > 1 i \ >t I -CO. 

FIRE PROO? ! SUH6LAR PROOF 
DAMP PROOF! 

Bank Safes, 
Coin Safes, 
Merchant Safes, 
Bullion Safes, 

Residence Safes, 
County Safes, 
Brokers' Safes, 
Vaults, Locks, 

jETO. 3E3TO. 



A Grand First Part 
VARIETY WALK-AROUND 



THIS EVENING 



JULT 12 



ORAM) FIHBT X»A.r«T 



III.* afartlailnn 

,1.1... n. i ....I. 

■ •MM >l"ll KM 



OLD TIMES ROCKS 



n.rrlurr 

■IHIiii'illi .«■>«<. 

MINI 

llll II II. 1- 



nr.hc.lri 

inMi » i ii n 

I i. i . I - I rasa 

III I.HI » l;illll\~l>1 



' • ▼.rlare 

1 Ballad 14. ||.. 

I OX I HUM .«!•. WITH IWIT»TIO>- 

ii i n> mm. 
mil in Ml 'inn i'iii:m> 

OLD BdACK JOE. 

On C nonm K.llr \nl Mi« Ire.™ 



DUTCH SPECIALTIES. 



StW CHABACTeRSOHGS, HED BAKRY 



mm and Dam**.. 



•111 I II Ml II MM 

liinn. lli.iik.r 

.ii.lin n i I nuli 

I.I Li lluilil 



THE TWO RIVALS 

Carroll And Harris 



x'bke iint 



Overture 

SOX. 

Ml U IH1*S CONK WAT 

Jll 



l isTMx. 

..And Eraru 

. . .Or«'hr»tr:i 

MM UK tliKIIM 

HI l.llr.l Ittll.l W>\ 

-Ii-hnnj Took 



THE THREE ORPHANS. 

raj Louise Somers ..And Vlntiie We lch 

©«-*-rtnre Orchestra 

Irl-b >V;i,b« rvt»mo» Eliza llarrlucl«n 

sons Ell* It ii. Id 

Ballad iff uto e Someirj 

THE BRAND OF SHAME ! 

"Colonel Fanton Obarles Eva: 



Dick Darrein Ned Barry 

Jake. Lou Dixon 

Linda .Matt Catroll 

Murty Johnny Cook 

Policeman C. Harris 

Mary Murpby Vlnnle Welch 

Mxs^Murphy , z . .............. Panay Hooker 

Parquet 85 cen In 

t.i-een Itoom GO cents 

Private Boxes $2 50 

Doors Open at:. To commence at 8 sharp. 



BANJO ACT. 

Deroy A. ! 



Bnllart CnrrlA Willis 

HARD CHEEK. 

Deroy And Howard 

Serlo-Comlc .Song Mnsgle Kelly 

Clog Henry Stewart 

BALLAD MISS HUH PAT KM IN 

HriEril^ 

MON8. LB DUO MISS LOUISE LEE 

Maggie Brewer. ...And — Geo. 0. Thompson. 

Ballad Carrie Willis 

Song and Dance Ida Ilik 

Serlo-Comlc Song NIsh CI and e 



To conclude with 



©AM BA.YL.IB, 

And His LIVING SHADOWS. 



Admission 35 cents 

Orchestra Seats. ...50 cent* 

Private Boxes 83 50 and $3 00 

Doors open at 7. To commence at 8. 



CHARLEY KIMIC ! 

i.viAuimKXT ur 

Miss LYDIA LIVINGSTON 

THM^EVEWrWG JULT IS 

Tn. rkrAmnane. •01 Oammmxm aril* . 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FDI 

He.** Uv><HJy fVanr m tb» I'My Kmbradog 

Pour 3Sxa<a. Mien. 

rinUunf wlta the VAEICTT WALK AROUND 



XP0-T 33 F* TjTJXD J 



Four O'Clock Train 



EntkanoBi 



An) 



S.H.U 



DOUBLE SONG and DANCE. SWAIN and wn? 
g"Trii:.Ron mi. mm uunwfh 

Ban Jo >..!.. Barr » KraaJia 

Mu and Oanrr " . ruTlawi 

Kjillail Kali. San 

DUTCH JUSTICE. 

Mortimer 

«. Hlaale 



riK«'. 
I III. 1 



( itoer cr.ar.MUr. by 1 ho C'oui|wa7. 



Ballad 

Stll.uKH uivriri: 

"ml-: 

Kill I1LK HOC 



Urar%r Pcmrr 

lll.lt III1M.HTON 

H.illlr l.:il'..rrf.l 

-IMIi: AMI l-KHK 



DUTCH IS.I»j:iCJ. S0NQ3 



UNCLE JEFF AT HOME ! 

Vnele Jeff. «eorge Fouler 

Aunt Hannah Charley Nick«ra« 

Young Master George R, Mortimer 

Sentimental Ballad C. Nlrkenon 

™Mk St. Leon 

Ballad Katie Km 

Overture Orchestra 



Saw tzar Charley Ntokersoa 

Mr, Jackson Sammy Swaia 

B.-vrkeeper u o. Poatar 

Bruiser Billy Woifc 

Rest ot character* by the Compnuy. 



PBICES OF ADMISSION. 

Par^nette 35 oenta | Boxes 02 60 ana 93 09 

Green Boom 50 cent* extra 



J-., WlijBIRT, 

DENTIST. 

H is REMOVED MLS OFFICE 

and Laboratory from No. 8 Kearny St 
to 793 Mart rt street, over Wldbor'a drag 
dell-lm 



A Great 
Variety of 



U&T& 




^«4$$ 



In Great 

Variety. 



At the I X £ AUCTION HOUSE. Nob. 616. 618 and 630 KEABNT STREET, Corner Commercial. 



CANDIES, 



Ail Kinds or toe Finest Candy MaJ* 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All order*, •*> 
pecially from the country, are solicited and will ba 
promptly attended to. 

Canty A Wagner. 
au!5 10? Montgomery Street, near Sattaf. 



REMOVAL. REMOVAL. 

Building to be Torn Down. 

On or About the 31st of MAY, 

WILL TEMPORARILY REMOVE TO 

402 Kearnv St. 

MEANWHILE WE WILL INAUGURATE A 

GRAND REMOVAL SALE ! 

For the next 30 days wi close out oar Splendid 
Stock of Fine 

BOOTS and SHOES 
Belo-vv Cost. 



. " .J 1 """* ORBAT BARGAINS can obtain th«m br 
boyiaj their Boot, aai Shoei during this Romoral Sale. 

WUI Ur-orrnpj New BulIdlnK Built EspeelallT 
tar an m 90 Din from dale »r Kcmuval wllh the 
•neat atock of Boot, and Mhoe* on the Coast. 



II 



THE ONLY GENUINE 

Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 




LET YOUR EYES 

....BE.... 

TtTOxir Judge; 

YOUR POCKET-BOOK 

Yo"u.r C3--u.l<a.e ; 

....AND.... 

READY CASH 

....THE.... 

Last Thing You Part With, 



With tbe above fact* cenatnnUy In Tour Mind 
Von will one day become A 

WALKING ADVERTISEMENT 

FOR THE GREAT 




Auction House, 
616,618 and 620 



PACIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



IT HAS BECEITEII .HE lOBnUI. ENDOBgEIH ENT 
OF THE PROFESSION AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



4 FACTS 

....AND.... 

1 CONCLUSION 

1st Fact. 

IT IS UNIVERSALLY ADMITTED THAT 
VAN 80HAA0K ft CO. lead tho ULOTHINU- 
TRADS of the Country In Superiority of Style, Ex- 
cellenoe of Workmanahip and Durability of Fabric 

2d Fact, 

VAN 80HAA0K & 00. do buslnots on tbv 
iiouoil principal of selling tho best goods fortha- 
least money, making no representations aa to 
quality or prica that they cannot fulfill. 



3d Fact. 



VAN SCHAAOK ft 00. manufacture all thelr* 

i Clothing, and therefore ran no risk of Moiling 

garments of doubtful quality or workmanahip. 

4th Fact. 

VAN SCHAAOK: ft CO'S stock is Immense and 
and well assorted, offering to all purchasing tb« 
best opportunities for procuring their outfits ot 
Summer Clothing. 

Conclusion. 

These facts can be demonstrated by an esaaoia- 
atlon of VAN SCHAAOK ft CO'S stuck, and s. 
comparison of goods as well as prices. 

CP.VANSCHAACK&Co 

Importers and Sealers io 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

NM. JIM5, 708, 710. 7I», TI4 al 71« 

KEARNY STREET, 




rHZ ORGAN OP AMUSEMENTS. 
mbli«nec; Ererj Dm to the Yew. bj 

4r. r». BOGARDUS, 

XT 

3 HEBCUaST STBEET, 

Below Mnnl^rmen B» Frmd.-oo 



WON 



UAY J^Y 12 



Amu sements, Etc-. 

■ acutrr'- Sew Theatre, 

lArtmfibts performance of ••Minion" was liven 
to the blg((o«- house of the season and was of a 
character worthy of to exoellent an attendance. 
The c»at mi the dame aa on the occasion of its 
previous production. This •ranlng Mosarte master- 
niece "The Marriage of FUjtaro" with Mrs. Caroline 
RichiiypvLcroAid aa Susanna, Mra Z*Jd» Segutn as 
CtatroMrio. Hi Ca»i»ton a* the Count. MJwAnn- 
M di! - w Marc-Ulna. Mi»* Beaumont a. the Count- 
ess and .Mr. Fcafces " Figaro. Tbe National An- 
tfaepi will be sung before the commencement ol the 
•per* by all the artuW. 

intU'N Hall. 

This famous and very much talked-of Fifth Ave. 
noe Ti,.' »irc Coinpanv, under the personal Manage- 
ment ■»( Br. AuKuatlnDaly, open thtir seaaon of 
35 repru*entaUonJi here to-night with Boudcaulf* 
comedy of "London Aaguranoe.'* The cast will ic- 
elude Mlw Faunj D*n op r: Emily Kfgl, MIbs 
Kate Holland, Meviff. Oharlws Fisher. W. Davidje. 
George Park**. M. hiirjmote, -lames Lewis aud 
Owen Fawcett. 
Callfomta Tin .ire. 

Saturday"* matinee was a crowd, and the Satur- 
day arenfng DOOM Wafl a jam. This begins the sec- 
ond week i -.'-racu' -" ran| ^ud we look 
for uo dlmJui.'ii' d attendance. 
«■. T. ft. I'. 

Tin- tbove Initials are thoae of the California 
Tbeatr- Boat Club, an orfcTmizatron which has .re- 
cently torn down the party wall of exclusiveueas 
which formerly limited its member* to those who 
wert- ilirtctly connected with the California Theatre. 
Any gentleman is now admiiaable by ballot, and 
we hope that this opportunity of strengthening a 
capital club will not be lostsight of. Atpreseuttha 
crab i. making great exertions to bring about a suc- 
cessful annual fete in the form of a picnic and 
if>Ua, to be held af ftidger 'a Park on Thursday next 
The regatta will take place On the cretk in front of 
the Park, on the ground* ol waffiS a platform with 
a ©tear ricw of the race has been erected for the ac- 
commodation of the picknlcexs, Races will take 
placr betwtsaa tiie California and Mystic Club?, be- 
srtdew which there will be a barge race, a ecu 1 race. 
four oared raw and a tub race. Everything prom- 
ises a very pleasant day. 
Buckley's Mew Variety Theatre. 

The act* are all of a varied character, hut all hu- 
morous and well given. The various numbers of 
tin olio are all marked by some good specialty bind 
■em 
Palaee Variety Theatre. 

Julian Adams has made quite a hit with his solos 
on the Sngilsh concertina, the "Statue Blanche," 
please* the audience wonderfully, and the whole 
•■how is capital. 
Sew Olympic Variety' Theatre. 

Hughuy Robinson in his local blW, Charley Harris 
in his Dutch specialties, Ned Barry in his serio 
comic son sfi, the "Brand of Shame," and other acts 
a*r on the bill to-night. 
ftotrs. 

Very early this morniag a brigade of car- 
penters wax turned loose in Piatt's Hall 
to put in the new floor, which will have a genile rise 
from the tenth row of seats. Floral decorations are 
also In order, now foot and headlights have been 
put in. The new scenery is up. so that stage aud 
auditorium will show a change in form and manner 
little short of transformation. 

Id the opera of "Maritana,'' Saturday afternoon. 
Miss Beaumont tilled the title role, vice Mile. Be- 
denti (Mrs Reed) who. by the bye, in a sister of May 
Ntnez the actn 

We know how averse Mr. Daly is to having any 
one of his artists spoken of above another, but we 
can scarcely refrain from displeafdng b' m in respect 
to Misfl Fanny Davenport. It is generally known 
thai Miss Davenport is the youngest daughter of 
t be eminent actor E. L. Davenport, but it is possi- 
bly not so well known that her repertoire embraces 
such very different characters as "Lady Teazle,"' 
"LadyGiiy .Spaukei.'' "Ruth Tredgiti," "Pauline," 
"Wsararou," "Lou Ten Eyok," etc. It was not 
until she became a member of Mr. Daly's Company 
that the had the proper chance to display her abil- 
ity. The public will have an opportunity to see her 
this evening, inKhe difficult role, for so young an 
.•ctreea. of Lady Gay Spanker, and will we fancy, bs 
pleased with the rendition. MissDavenpotfs beauty 
this for the men) has long bees tha talk of the great 
metropolis, and her wardrobe (this for the ladies) 
hast*?n copied by all the modistes in New York 
whenever they could get a chance to do bo. 

The farewell performance of the Mexican In- 
fantile Opera Troupe was given at the California 
Theatre la.it eveniug to a lull hooso The ren- 
di Ion of the " Grand Duchess" by the clever litt'e 
artists of the company delighted all who heard it. 
andHenoriti Boledad TJndp y Moron was vocifer- 
ously encored In her aria from " Eroaid." 

There is a letter at this office for Manager John 
"Wilson. 

All will be pleased to hearthat Mb* El!ie Wilton 
Is returning home from h^r Continental tour. She 
leaves New York to-day for San Francisco. 

Those who know Miss Bella Pateman 
no denial -from her of the charge brought against 
her of seriously making any <inch remark as "Take 
themfiaguoffthem dog*,"whIch remark was credited 
to her in the first publication in which appeared the 
brutal attack ou Miss Patemaoa politeness and 
commonsenKe. Miss Pateman is a lady of refine- 
ment and education, and no sensible person will 
believe for an instant that she could seriously giv« 
utterance to any such sentiment, to say nothing of 
the execrable grammar charged to her In the pnb- 
liahed article, The whole thing grew out of a little 
bidinacc. imple. little jokes about nation alities, 
given an^i taken in fun, ntiered in the mere 
spirit of rail try in the midst of, and euxrounded by 
IriendB. Jt has been moat cruelly tortured to the 
disadvantage of the lady. We ore assured that 
Miss Pateman never stop' 1 in the street to bandy 
words with a fireman anyone else about the 

American Flag. In faci me whole statement bears 
tne marks of mlsreprewentation. 



m .Janet's weddin.gr day! 
Strange that my heart should fetl bo gey 

And free from sorrow ! 
For 'twa* through btr, a vear ago, 
1 cast me down, in bitter woe, 
Aid prayed th.t I might never know 

Another morrow. 
Ah, well : each day fresh knowledge brings, 
And hearts art *try changeful thing*. 

l j .T.d ner wildly once, 1 trow. 

And, loolish. thought. I ne'er could go 
Through life without her ; 

And now, although she's just as feb 

The same bright eye and winning air— 

Yet really I dou't eeem ^o oare 
A hit about her ! 

"Ah I truly hearts are changeful things J" 

A little voice within me sings. 

So here's my old love once agaiD, 

Surrounded by her bridal train- 
Bright blushing rosea! 

And as 1 watch (he dtmplee play 

On one soft cheek in that array, 

No Bftdd'ning thought this JoyoUS duy 
in me reposes. 

An : even dav new beauty brings ; 

Most truly hearts are changeful things ! 

So Janet, I can wish you well ; 

For you may each glad wedding-hell 

King gaily v 
And as for me— to win r/.«tface 
That's glowing there with sunny grace* 
To fill a bride's— not I. ride-maid's— place 

Is ray endeavor. 
"How well it is," a soft voice sings, 
"That hearts ore made suc h change ful things!" 

lu Ihe Detroit Police Court. 

OUT OP His HBAP. 

"Smashing furniture— kicking the chil- 
dren—raising a neghborhoocl row— threats 
—drunkenness— all grouped together under 
the one general head of disturbing the 
peace," remarked the court as Charles Der- 
ritt stood at the bar. 

Please, bit, I was out of my head," re- 
plied the prisoner. 

'■That'* your defense, is it ':" 

"Yes, sir." 

"And you have no argument?" 

"No. Sir." 

"Well, sir, theoretically speaking, ftia 
are mashed — scooped — blown up— dismem- 
bered— whittled down to a fine toothpick. 
If you were charged with murder, and set 
up the defense that you were out of your 
head, it would clear you as slick aa or- 
ange peel floors a fat womau, but it's no de- 
fense in this court, and the sentence is sixty 
days. You see you are out of your head 
and into the House of Correction, so that 
you have a double advantage over common 
offenders." 

"HERE'S A VArt, 

Said Bijah, as he banded out another 
man. 

"Well, I should say he was!" exclaimed 
the court after taking a long.look. 

The man was barefooted, covered with 
dirt, hair full of hay, and had only a little 
more clothing on than Adam had when he 
wandered through the Garden of Eden. 

"Pre seen some hard casesin this room," 
continued the court, "but I believe you 
climb the climax." 

"I hain't to blame for being poor and 
sick, am I?" asked the old woodchuck. 

"Great bumps, man; yon are rolling fat, 
and you look as healthy aa a cannibal !" 

".Don't I know when I'm sick?" growled 
the man. 

"Thomas Lang, ■ I know what ails yon. 
It's too late now, but if I could have taken 
you ten years ago and got a steam scrub- 
bing brush to work on you and called in a 
mowing machine to cut your hair and a ch> 
cular saw to pare your nails, I could hare 
made you look half-way decent." 

"It isn't fair to run on me/' snarled 
Thomas. 

"You are as uselesB to this world as an 
old hoop-skirt in an alley — as five wheels to 
a wagon— as two bells on a door — as buttons 
on a man's coat-tails. Yon are a kite-tail 
on a telegraph wire^ — a cocoanut shell in tht 
gutter. Send you up ! Why the driver of 
the Black Maria would resign at once, and 
the old boots lying around the House of 
Correction would feel insulted !" 

"I want to go home !" replied the man. 

"Go oar— go anywhere — get out of here ! 
Open the way there and let this prize- 
medaj old champion of soot and hay-seed 
have a clear road !" 



Has Just Opened at No. 205 Ke?,rhy Street, 

WEST SIDE, BETWEES SUTTER -AND «VS1J, One oi tin; Lnrfc'ett • „, d Obtest Selections of 

Pure Homa-Made bandies ! 

Ever, offered for stle on the Pncific Coast. Also, joet rece /ved a large and choice variety of 
EAM^EKN COMFKCTIOKEBY «F THE lAIXST MARE A*D STVLES. 

Pure Honie-Mftde Candies Made Krery Day. jy2-3m 



R. J.TECHAU. 

CHOICEST 
Eastern & California 

OYSTERS. 
Clams 

And aU kinds of 

Shell Fish. 

TERRAPIN STEW, 

WIIItDIP and CRAB 

S£ll£*.<3.£» 

DEVILEG CRIBS. 
CLAM CHOWDER. 




P. D. JESSEN. 

TR1VATE 
Accommodations for 
(P Families and Parties 

TTP-6TAIRB. 

REFRESHMENTS 

AND .TIEA1S 

At All Hours 

The BEST of all tne 
Markets Afford. 

Wines, Liquors, 

GOOD CIGARS, 

English Ale and Porter. 



SXJMMEPw STREET, near KEARNY, bet. PUTS and CALIFORNIA, 



The ¥«n.nc Man from Che Ea%U 

" Im a. stranij'er in ihis city, 
Tm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oyBters; 
Where can I pet a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurant?, 
But nowhere could I find, ■ 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

YouTI Beeasijfn, 'THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson CorvHIe keeps the place, 
The beBt saloon in town, 
There you can get your oysters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's the largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coast, 
And'that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And cat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All theyoung men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE ROCK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



BtirKhardt's MO WaAklncion street. 

French calf boots made to order for £3: box toed 
■raitcrg made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
>.<■> .Tikr for $6; boys* boots made to order for $9; 
tnd large assortment of boots and shoes, all el 
Burkbarjh'3 own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washiu^on street. u 

Terrlli and CbapniniTH. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny atreetf,. entrance on Bush etreet The best 
lighted mid most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windows. Rooms for private par- 
ties. Bix new tables. Pocket tables for Tool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors. m 



A CABD riCOM HIS* BELLA PATEMAW. 

Certain article* having arpeared in some of tha 
r;*-j 'journals ascribing to h offensive remarks on 
tht celefcnitiun of the Fourth of July. I beg yon 
will allow me to say. that the spirit and feeling of 
what X did say— amounting to some Tery innocent 
observations— have been cruelly raisrapresentad. ■ X 
Irari I am incapable as a lady, of the vulgarity such \V1 
- - - - ... 



The Wigwam. 

The beet hot lunch to be had in the city is pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugaman's, 773 Market street, 
under Fitzgibbon's Dancing A aderny ; also, a se- 
lect stock of Wines, Liquors, etc. 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Uedical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134£ Post sireet, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 

frypgliah. 6-0 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 582 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps cod- 
s'antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various Bizes, from 18 to 42 
iach letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. ThiB well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1850 
and has been in successful operation ever sircc. 

A TVord to the Wise, etc. 

It is generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vanderelice 
is Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can he found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturers prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. 

The Old Mint Bestanurant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the bon vivants for Its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Hint" a trial. N. B. Open to 2:30 a. h. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinnerseyerySaturday. 2-l 

Tills is Tnterestlne to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Schafer & Co, long in the wholesale busineSB 
have tbe largest Btock, the latest atyle, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California, They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be Buited at Schafer &, Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 

Do Not Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, BnnionB 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cab find Instant relie 
by appljing at Dr. B, H, Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. m. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctors capability. Ref- 
erence given il required. H 

California Institute for tbe Cure of 

Man i me ring 

And impediments in speech, slipping and lo?s of 
speech, permanently located at bC._ Market street, 
opposite tbe Palace Hotel— under tbe charge of Dr. 
in. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient muBt be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures g uaran teed in all cases. 

fiats which are Bats t 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" Bat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer Btyles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. 

The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, alwayB the best oysters in market 
served up in the best stylo of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 180*. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B. — Ice Cream, strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. b 



Millinery Goods. 



iskssisssssilil 



The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acta. 



HEALB'S 



BUSINESS 
COLLEGE, 



24 POST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

This School is Designed to Edurate 

Supils for the practical affairs of life. It makes 
iufiiness Education 'a specialty; yet its instruction 
ib not confined to Bookkeeping and Arithmetic 
merelf , but gives such broad culture as tbe times 
now demand. Thorough instruction is given in all 
the branches of an English education, and Modem 
Languaj-'t* are practically taught. The discipline 
of the school is excellent, and its system of Actual 
Business Practice is unsurpassed. No pupils 
of bad character will be admitted. For fulljiar- 
ticidars call at the College, or address, for circulars, 
E. P. HE ALD, San Francisco. jy2 -3m 



FREE ANJ> EA$;V. 
CXIAH.ZKfO 



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m j9l h, o o iv , 

eoa mssiu.v .tbeit, 

Rear Se-oodi. 

KTerv Saturday Nlgrlit. 

THOU. WU.II, Chairman, 

Until Further Notice. 

A the test SoogB next Saturday Night. 
EAt!U» .1 WILD. 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all binds of printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



UNDERSTAND. 

TDL4.T WE AM NOW SELLING THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back Ol Front, for $1 25. Everything chea 
at our 

New Store, 540 Market Street, 

One door below Bibernia Bank. 
STAK SUIBT DEPOT, 

je8-lm Formerly at No. 3 Second Street, 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am aisIrllratInK Cards, Circulars, 

Handbills, etc.. on tbe route between here and Safl- 
Smento-both by the Valleio and r-lockto; routes, 
including all way towns and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on these 
routes Orders solicited. Terms moderate. As- 
dress" JAJIES HAKBAHAN, American Exchange 



SY.^oSe^rrN^B^rcln refer by g 

. _?__ 1 1 :..!. T .1.. tlmir i.-, ,rl.- ICO-vI 



manner i 



PIPE'S OPEHA HOUSE. 

Y1ECWIA CITY, NETADA. 

JOHN PIPER PKOPKIKTOB 

Hits ElCBant Theatre can be Rented by 

tbe nk'ht or week. Stars and traveling companies 
libercily treated with on application to 

JOHN riPEB, 
Manager and Proprietor. 
Or to J. H. McCABE, 
fe28-tf 332 Bush street. San FranciEOO. 



METROPOLITAN THEATK1 

I y tbe Kiubt, Week, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or bj 
letter WW. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B. — I nave no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-ti 



THATJ8 SO. 

B4i.nilf.il and SubHtimtiul Seta 

ol Artiflcal TEETH only 815 and war- 
ranted equal to any work In New York or San Fran 
cine. Beautiful Gold and Platiua Filling*, for $1 
and upwards, and warranted lor life. Twenty years 
experience In New York City. Office, 24 Post street 
between Montgomery and L-eamj. 
mh-12 DE. LTJTHER. Dentist. 



PLAIN TALK. 



What Will Become or mis Country 3 

is the cry of a good many, when they notice t _ 
dayly increasing arrival of those accursed Asiatics. 
Why it doeen't take a prophet to answer this qx 

Hon! Just ae tmrely. as you read this, the horr 

of civil war will be repeated again and tbe Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, no' 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide 
China emigration in time, but also for having fa' 
tened this vermin at their own expense, until it to 
— numerous and powerful as to compel t L - 



But to eome to the point. Those persons who 
loudest against this China pest, are those who] 
ronized them most by giving them employmeii 1 
either direct or indirect; then what else do yon ""* 
it, when they, thinking themselves unobserved -m ... _ 
into Chinese waahhouMes or cigar stands and other 1 , 
such like establishment b — in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar — at the same time squandering 
hundred fold the amount in drinking, gambling ana 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In the name of common sense, is this not. 
the highest of folly? 

Is it then impossible to stop this Donsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let tbe 
Chinamen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves '{ Surely by so doing, we would 
have leas idle men, woman and children among us, 
the prisons less crowded, andhave had soinethingelse ( 
besides woodchopping and getting out railroad tiav 1 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to thia country. Of the great numbers of ruined 
trades—let us only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in the hands of Chinamen, with the 
exception of a few, where only white men are env 
ployed and who havu done their best to stem the 
tide, but witl surely also succumb to their rivsle for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right tb inking men to keep them np_ 
Chief among teem is J. BOLLMANS A CO.. Rus- 
sian Cigaretta faotory, 401 Washington street, es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides their 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar ■ 
the best smoking article in market), also manufao- 4 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los M 
Brillantes, which brand is retailed all over tha | 
city and country towns for 5 cents each. Now. did 
you ever bear of a Chinaman manufacturing pun 
Havana cigars at thut price? We did not Surely 
If white pipu undersell Cbinamen, they oukViI to be 
patronized— or has it come already to Uri»— H-at 
they should wear ft t»U, in order to sell their boihIb 
TAW country may >omt to this yet. jof-im 



SAN FRANCESCO BATHS 



To the Unfortunate. 

Br. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. C.*3 Kearny Street. Corner of 

Commercial, San Franciscc. Lu^Tanceoc 
Commercial Established in 136 4, tor tbe 
treatment and cure of all diseases of theori- 
nary and generative organs, and all nhyai- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Stan dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, tma o oaB - 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveloG ex- 
tensively iu Furope. and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he i3 comp^'tcu^ to 
Imrjart to those in need of his services. Dr. Qibbuc 
will make no charge unless be effects a cure. 

Address DK, J. F. GIBBON, Box 19&7. Sac 
Francisco. ucoMf 



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J. I>. i;ri<*<:$. jhkti:i.k< t. 



PTJRDY, VAN BRUNT&ROBBim. 

COMMISSION 

STOCK BROKER***. 

405 California street. 

Opposite Bank of California, San Franci> 

Money Loaned and Stocks Carried.. 
on Margins. 

LADIES will find a room for their use, con I 
a Btock Indicator, which will constantly retagrapL 
Market quotations. apl&.'ju 



DIVORCES OBTAIKEW 

Without PuDliclty I 

On Shortest Notice 1 

For Any Canse WJiatev»r ; 
Legal Everywhere. 

f5T All correspondence stric-Uy eonfldentij*; 
AdilreM ATTORKEY. 

Box 400, FoBl-Ofm-i-- 
jyl-tf San Francto.»w- 



New York Casino, 



38 MARKET ST., 



838 J 



Opposite Fourth. 

jelWin W. KBZ*XAK«»'Wr*»i.r.. 



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Medical Advice, 

DC. W. K. DOHEBTY'S 

.Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay 6t, , bot, Montgomery and K - 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

ME. W. K. DOIIERTV returns M» slst- 

oere thanks to his numerous patients fur then 
patronage, and would take this opportunity iu re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at hie 
Institute for the cure of OHK.ONTC DIbKASEfc 
OP THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS. DIGES- 
TIVE and GfcNlTO-UKJNAKY ORGANS Mil 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes hfe Jang 
experience and successful praotice will occittnoe ti> 
insure him a chare of .public patronage. By tbe 

§raoticeof many years In Europe and the TA»Ue6 
tates he is onubled to ai'ply the most efliciant anfi 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures with out mercury, charges moderate!? , trtatr 
his patientB in a correct and honorable way. orxlnat- 
references of unquestionable veracity from ioe» ni 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treaton-nt. worn 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, TREE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

>V. K. l>OHEIlTY, in. 1* . 
mhll-tf Ban Fr.inciMco, 1Mb 



THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN THE PCEID. 

IDirixxlSLS, lOo. 

231 STEVENSON STBEE1, 

Next Street to Market N« 



PORT WINE! 

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NapaS 

WAMUKO DUNK 

Iniifor-HtinK Tonlr. 




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California Theatre. 






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THE BOHEMIAN CIRL. 



iuiy 14. 



Julj 15, Till. 



I^RUGJEoO^ARO 

<.i-mii<i Mtti Luce on F*»t in day, 

MIGiMOKT. 



cbvi-n. t irtwauy tDfiH 

i she r**> uw pleoa In county 
< in. *H»l 1M.I \, 

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<..ir» kliirln-.ii. \ 

Harvo ItitQ, A Folios Agsat, in dlKgutat of a rvwr 1 

KuiH-rt Pa to man 

CONN, THE SHAUOHJUTJN DIOW BOUCICAULT 

The Soul of every Fair; the Ufa' of even. Funeral; n. rib. at all 



ime- present, 

it | ilt :.»■--- 

»i«»s i tt.r i. 

l-oii ln'ii'f 

ry E<l« .irtl» 
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Pattern*. 



•< il. OK PBICOm 

#rirtt vali, Acrordjafl |o Loratfnn 81.00, 81.30 anil 9.'.0*. 

MATINEE P] 

rnl «tlml«-ion. HI mi : l£« irnr.l Scat*. ,">0 ei-nlH extra ; 
Hal mil .i \ ilml*«l(in, :.o <-,<nh. 



■ftrau can now be secured at HI1ERMAN * HYDE'S Music Store, 
t Ki-tn,) ud SutUt street*, and at Box mSn. of Theatre. 
JtTTt>- English Opera Libretto* ar« for sale only at Sherman & Hyde** 
fuelc St' n liable. 

BnnUafa » Ipam Company, kindly 
■ Marfc.-t street. 
d by the English Opera, kindly 
umiatt-O faf Ki-HLhK. CHASE a. to . 633 and C35 Clay street. 

V. ZIHHEKMAM BnttlncftH Agent 



Wedd 
Sf meant Join 
Hangnn 
Kit 
«ull 
Doj 

ii-'ii". .... 
trie U'lSi-ulc, In lovy with Robert 

« lair. Flu I lot, \ -jlgo Lady 

nr.. Okrllt. Conn's. Mother 

Hot a, Falhri n lan*l Sleoe, in love with Conn.. 

Itrhlu.-t Madlgan, A Keener 

N.inr> Halom> — \ i 



Irani .luiiri. ui too » 

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Frank 1411. la? 

JollII tl I1.HUU 

E. N. T' »ycr 

Ihir ry tVumlit 

It. >la<klin 

HUi I'srrlc wjatt 

..m» M it.-iia Patenuun 

Hra. .liKlair 

niiao Jennie Li* 
"1m. Joint St-fion 

niNs tuuii iiijint- 



r«a-; t iit-. soldiers, t'utislal.alar>. 

THE ACTION OF THE PLAY. 

ACT I -S< ene 1— SuiUbeg. The hnmc of two Irish girls-tii^ m it 

B CUpboarii Thfl Fugitive. Two lovera. 

i. ;; lilt.' exterior of PatherlJoiaa'a The BQftughraQn, Conogoeahunting. 
B) rvi: < The home of tho Parish Priest. Conn makes ■ dean breaflt of it. 
ACT II.— Scene 1.— A room hi Batlyragt'et House. The counUir-ftot. 
Ejj i£.\"E 2 -Father DoUii.'h. Olaln and Hollneux lind eivoh other out. 
Si lvk 3— The Barrack -room. How Robert FfolUott fell into Um trap. 
Si ink 4 -Mrs D'Kelly's Cabin. Conn gets a lettor and Is bothered. 
s- ENS 5-The gftte tower. The ambush and the escape. 

BcENK 6— The Blaakets. Oonnaud Rooert bunted Hnw Conn played the fox. 
Scene 7— Rathgarrou Head. How Claire Ffolli.it, played the l'ecoy-dnck. 
BcEH£ 8— The ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey. The lore tryst. 
ACT III.— Scene 1— Mm. 0"K.-Ily's cabin. The amnesty. 
Suac 2— The wake of Conn the Shauyhraun. Great Ncwa. 
Si lnl 3 -The shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

Eli g 4 -The coot's nest Harvey Duff gets into a wrum corner. Kmchcla 
comes to a bad end. father Dotan gives his consent. 



FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE 

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ll"I.I.AiNI) 

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MR I'll VHLKS PI8H1 
MR. ORIIKOE I'AKKIS ,u. N hrjw 

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Be l*ul.H.- or 
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London Assurance 



*fr. t'linrtrti FKhcr . 

Mr. H. llavldBi- 

Hr. I.i'i.imi- Ph. l*r- 

nr. i». ii. HarlfJai 

Hr. Jitnii - I •■« i«. 
%lr. «»« rn FaWfwil 
llr. I'rank llntpiuan ... 
Hr. Gilbert 

Ml* a lannv Tla% ci*f)«rl. 

«•-■ l. tnll* Klal 

HlKti Kate II-, II., m.I 



sir Harranii Conrtley 

. Hn\ UarlaiiMii. 

t* hArlea < ouni. » 

IMzrle 

.Mark Mr. mi. 

Hull » siumkrr 

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— -ulumon l*ni.r* 

Lady i.in hpanker 

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DAT rvlMW, July 13, 

London Assurance 

July nth, for the Orat Unie will b« acted MR. K\ 
TIN DALY'S.. I tnudy of the tinea. In fl> 

331 VOR C 

(With Us famous ordinal Hew VdA • 

Thurrxlay EtenlnK, July 15 Dl V Oil IE 

Friday Evaiing and Saturday Matloeo. 

FROU-FROU. 

Satujday Eveiiing*, 

LONDON ASSURANCE! 

Howrtny PUgth t, .Inly 19 THE lilt; ItOVANZ I 

MR. p4I*Y can give but 35 representations in fcan Francisco. Five Weeks 
Is th. i Pogll i\ e Limit of his visit, and during that period he will present with 
New BoenerJ and Fashionable Garniture, manufactured In New York expressly 
for these performances, the famous SOCIETY DRAMATIC NuVEXTIErt 
winch have given his Theatre and MaOonnJam * tfotld wide oeleorlty. Bnta 
and Luxea can be secured at SHERMAN ti HYDL'S, corner of Sutter and 
K'.'ui ny Streets. 

PHU'ES-Boxc* (scattn? four persons), lfl»; Orchislrn, $1 ROj Bal- 
cony. #lt AdinKsioii. $1. Hatliu-f Prlcen Oirhi-Mlra, 81: 
KHlrony, 75 cealfti Ailmlftsfon, ;*» ceAU* Habacrlpuviu For the 
entire aeaaon will lie received* 
TREASURER AND BUSINESS MANAGER J. W". MORRISSEY 



.'rSSitn: 



SANTA JWONICA. 

far k.ihHj'.-tti California baa lacked 
lerdal city. Los Aagelea, haa. por- 
ina, more nearly than any other place, 
pted to supply this want, but Los 
Bgale* haa never Iwcn quite able to offset 
a (raat diaadvantage of a harbor bo de 
salve as alaaoat to be worthk?**. The 

States GoveiTii' 
■rbaif a million dollara on San Pedro 
.1 result, and 
discharged into 
hters, thence carried seTuralm.leK up a 
*lS>w, shallow, muddy creek, and finally 
ambarked in a swamp, twenty-sii milen 
rail from I.--* An 

rarnty miles aorth of 8aa Fudro and 

rootly snt of Loe Angeles. h> 

la but fourteen miles distant, lies the 

aotlfui bay of Santa Monica. The har- 

r I* so much better than San Podru, 

U, dmHug a recent gale, while the 

waa unatle to dlscbargu into a 

nter at the latter place, but carried her 

■ go on toSan Dieyn, at.<hooneruuloade<l 

Santa Monica luiubur for the conafaruo- 

aol tho wharf at that point This wharf 

thousand (ect In length, aud roaches 

whore tht-re Is thirty feet of wate 

low t(d-. From the wharf to ?,. 

■■MBjhfoad U.--I railroad 

■Eraaud ; the ties are contmcttd for and 

■ougb iron baa 

■ piw-lr. i i i . rom ,i a distance 

■ forty;.,:. i grading through 

■ jon Pass ii also nearly done, and uuklur 

■ re baen secured to construct tho road 
■Iadependcnoe within a twelvemonth. 



**at Santa Monica Is to be tb« 

t 01 "i ..:!. ■' [i , : , ■ . , ...,,,. 

■"Had alter an examination wl its 
advantages. 



__ City of the Southern Coact. 
1 Long Branch of the Pacific, 
ttermiuua of two trana-coutinental 

#n- miles of baautffl# beach for riding 

od driving. 

oil of unexampled fertility. 

Lte oJ ljiiHiiriiaaaijig beauty. 

(Va-mimis oi the Los Angeles and In 

apaadeoee Itailrond 

nn.iumling the trade of Panamfnt, 

oio, and Cerro Gordo. 

rouink'i.1 iy 100,000 acres of land for 

e. Olive and Lumon Orchards. 
_ nSilas from Los Angeles. 
•arbor where vessels can find shelter In 
ay storm. 

My foot of water at the wharf at low 
de 

andant water from living springs, arte- 
an well* and ordinary Mulls. 

.,, i lot* have a natural grade. 
a -:,.■ moat delightful in thew. 




jiarchanta during to eoinmencc basi 
ol any kind, 

;ba»ios auekhw Ao , 

Ivealua thriving local! 



KVJ 



ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SAKTA WIOT11CA, 

IXCLI'DI-N'Ci BUSINKS.S U 'TS, RESIDENCE L0T3, AND VILL V FARMS, 

BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AU< 



mv 



FI CrAR O 

XHS OKGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 

— m - 

abliahed Every Day in the Year, by 



632 MERCHANT STREET, 

Be'.ow MooUomtry S*n Francisco 



MONDAY JTTLY 12 



SANTA MONICA. 

"We reprint the following interesting ar- 
ticle from the Resource* of ( 
iU assistance and that of the map, pub- 
lished on another page, our readers will be 
well able to understand and appreciate the 
advantages of this new city by'the'sea. 
It is the hoptfof the projectors that Santa 
Monica may become the Long Branch of 
the Pacific, and we see no reason why it 
should not, and a great many, why it 
should. 

Of all the land schemes of the day, 
whether cities or colonies, none seeina 
more pregnant with the elements of suc- 
cess than the extensively advertised "com- 
ing city" of Senator John P. Jones. It is 
not often that beauty of scenery, fertility 
of soil and commanding commercial posi- 
tion are found in one locality; and when so 
found, it does not always happen that'such 
localities fall into the hands of men of 
large enterprise and capital 

This rare combination of natural re- 
sources, this partnership of undeveloped 
riches with enterprise and power, seems 
to have been achieved at Santa Monica. 
We are not quite prepared to indorse the 
enthusiastic prophecy of the promotors of 
the new city, that it will have "a popula- 
tion of 25,000 people in three years, and of 
100,000 in ten years;" but we can see no 
impediment in tbe way of its becoming a 
large and prosperous town. There are but 
few places in California where the coast 
range of mountains so approaches the sea as 
to entirely shelter the ocean valleys from 
the northern and eastern winds — Santa 
Barbara is one such place, and Santa Mon- 
ica is another. The ocean current which 
sweeps down from the north so as to make 
sea bathing in this altitude rather uncom 
fortable, even in the Summer months, ap- 
pears to bend to the west again about 
Point Concepcion, leaving the water of the 
bays and harbors below that point to the 
genial influence of the sun, and so giving 
t» the people of our southern coast a six 
months' lease of warm salt water baths. 
With the growth of population and wealth 
this State must have its "Long Branch," 
and Santa Monica, with her bold bluff and 
beautiful beach, claims to supply this 
need. 

Nor are the commercial pretensions of 
the "Coming City" to be disregarded. Of 
course, San Francisco will always be the 
New York of the Pacific, but there may be 
Baltimore3 and Norfolks and Richmonds, 
nevertheless, and Senator Jones' bantling 
asserts some pretty strong claims to a front 
rank among the secondary cities of Cali- 
fornia. 

The Hon. John P. Jones, in connection 
with T. W. Park and Mr. Duncan, of the 
New York banking house of Duncan, Sher- 
man & Co., has gained controlling interest 
in the Panama Railroad, and we learn that 
it is a part of the same plan to construct a 
road from Santa Monica to a point in the 
Mujave valley, where connection can be 
made with the Texas Pacific and 
with the Utah Southern. If 

this ambitious scheme should find 
fulfillment Santa Monica would be the 
practical terminus of the great Southern 
transcontinental road, and would also be 
connected with the Union Pacific at Ogden. 
Bnt whether this be done or not the road 
running to Independence, Panamint, etc., 
will furnish abundant traffic to support a 
thriving city. We learn that Senator Jones 
intends to have tbe cars running into Los 
Angeles next month, and to Independence 
by January next. Iron and cars for the 
first division have already left New York, 
the wharf is completed at Santa Monica 
and steamers are stopping there. 

The question of whether there is a good 
harbor at Santa Monica or not, we do not 
propose to discuss. Time will tell, but it 
occurs to us that the parties who have in- 
vested one-half a million dollars in the 
Santa Monica enterprise, must know what 
they are about. We regard the enterprise 
of Senator Jones as of importance to the 
development of our resources, and we wish 

it all possible success. 

♦ , 

Don't Help Pay Other People's Dents, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
-T. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
.andeave fully 25 percent, bybuyingof them. Their 
•mrttto is: "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra profits. L 



Stray Bits and Stolen Bits. 

Which possesses the more cheerful dispo- 
sition—gas or candles? Why, you often 
hear of laughing gas, but tho best candles 
are always waxy. 

Old lady (who sleeps badly) : Now, 
Mar}', if I should want to light my candle, 
are the matches there ?'* Mary : Yes, 
ma'am, there's Wan. Old lady : One, why, 
if it miswes fire, and won't light — Mary : 
Oh, divil a fear of it, ma'am. 
it.' 



"Chlcaco 11m ins Westward." 

AtDniift the rcj-ot arrivals from oar ulster city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure tbe advent of 
Messrs. T & D. Lund)', who have just opened at No 
777 Mission street, opposite fit. Patrick's church, 
with |faa hnc-^t assortment ever imported to this 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, ;Uso pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums. 
prayer books, etc., etc.. all of which they furnish 
on easy payments. 



Lanslilng Gns. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire 
safety in thodnost difficult cases. 

The original ''Swain's Bakery"Ms now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 



ine TFatchcs. 

The Wet goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
allender's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
ne assortment of chains, jewelry* etc. Call and 
xamlhe. 5-y 



For Perfect-Fitting Boots w 

G i to James Matthews, the A 1 bootmaker and 
last maker, 527 Sacramento street. 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 25 
a pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell-Parasols from 25 cents to $5 00, at 725 to 

734 Market street. 

I ■ 

Palmer Bros. 

Keep tho "Crown" Perfumery, the best in use" 
72b" to 734 Market street. 



AVERlLLr 

CHEMICAL PAINT ! 

MAJfl'FAC'TURED BY THE 

Cal. EhemrCaJJalul Comp'y, 

Pare White ami hjj y Shade or Color 

This Paiut *> Prepared In Llqultl Form 
rb&dy roa usa, reouhing no further addition of 
oil or spirits. It is of pure white, and of any 
shade or color. 

It is composed of the best materials known to the 
trade— pure linseed oil, BX&ICTTK Bt Bl white 
lead, fire zinc, and the purest coloring matter 
procuritiilc for tinting, which, by our peculiar pro- 
cess of manufacture, are so thoroughly united, that 
they ciuuti; separate. Hence, it will never chalk, 
crack", or pee! off : does not run from seams or eail- 
holea; ami for brilliancy of color aa'd bbacty 
ojt n. visa ir r- wiTHor/i a rival, 

It will last twice as long as tbe best White Lead, 
prepared in the usual way, while the costof painting 
with the Averill Paint is less. 

We have in our employ some of the best painters 
on this coast, and are prepared to furnish estimates 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-FAINTING ! 
In all its details, inside and outside work, graining, 
to : and we guarantee that all work done by us 
shall be unexceptional in quality and style, and pos- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our office or addressed to us, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

Office and D?pot, 117 Pine Street, 

Between Front and Battery* jy7.1w 



Da. Chab. C. O'Donnbll Gate TJ. S. A.), office 
and residence 825 Kearny street. The treatment 
if women and children a specialty, z 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DOG LICESSES FOR 1875-76! 



The New Doc Tag License for is;5»6 )s 

now ready lor delivery, at $2 each. Office— No. J 
OITY HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses for tbe year ending July 1, 
IS76, are now due and payable, and delinquent on 
the tirst day of August, after which default will be 
added. Tbe New Badges for Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages are now leady for delivery, 

PLDDLERS AND KL7NNERS will make prompt 
payment for thio Quarter now due. 

JAMES O. DEAN. Collector of Licenses, 
jy7-10t Office— No. 7 City HaU. 2d floor. 



Factory : 

157 New Montgomery St. 




MARKET STREET 

Sank of Savings! 

634 MAItKKT STREBT. 

Opposite Palace Hytei 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



B. P. Brunxer, 

uiias >. Felton. 

HlRAM ROrtHKRAN-*, 
0. J, PRB-iOOTT. 

Joel F. Ligbtkeb, 



John R. Caf.kahax. 
w v. HAssoois, 
Tbomas B. Lewis, 
H J. McLerjb. 
Hent.y f Williams, 



Edward Tbass 



B P. BRUNNER, President. 
W. W. HANSCOM. Vice-President. 
THOMAS B. LEWIS, Secretary. 
M. J. CONOLLY, Oaehier. 



Interest Allow oil on All Ciswse* of 

Deposits. Remittances from the interior can be 
sent through WELLS. FAROf* & CO'S EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook will be 
returned. jylO-tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



ODD FELLOWS SAVINGS BJNK. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



The Board of Directors of the Odd 

Fellows' Savin gB Bauk, have this day declared a 
Dividend at the rate of Nine and one-tenth (9 1-10) 
per coat, per annum on Permanent Deposits, and 
of Seven and three-tenths (7 2-10) per cent, per an- 
num on Short Deposits for the aemi-annual term 
ending June 3D, lti75, payable on and after the 20th 
inst. JAMES BENSON, Secretary. 

San Francisco, July 7. 1875. 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES. 

Fan, Pleasure. Variety and 

Beauty. 

wo : Ecyr jAjn. 

In this Pleasant Resort I 

ONE CAN..... 

Pftsa a, xx Evening 

MOST DELlaHTFUZL?. 
Songs and Dauecs, both Clos a:iri Ftuer, 

A BEG I "LAIS VAlilETY SHOW. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wante- of to. 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity Dneqallcd ON THIS com 

THE PRETTIEST" OP TALENT 

....AND.... 

THE FINEST OP EVERYTHING 

MRS. A. C. SC0J7, PROPRIETOR 

....OOKNEE.... 

Sacramento and Kearny Sis. 



gji^jgp^ii 



t»ong fc„. 



■ it Saloon. 

very finest Liquors, 



A Magni 

For the very finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
▼anas, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Charaberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter. 

If Ton ' " 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street. North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for 51 

6S 




:f>-^ 



^ O E3. 



pacific; coast. 
337 Busb. Streety 

Above Maguire's New Theatre. 

Terrapin Stews, Shrimp Salads, Crab 

Salads, Deviled Crabs, Welah Rare-Bits, our own 
Pan Roasta and Par Excellence. Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock Oysters fresh from our own Oyster 
Bods every morning. Chops, Steaks, Ice Creams and 
the beat of Wines and Cigars. Oyster Fricasseee a 
specialty. N. B. Elegant private parlors for fami- 
lies and select parties upstairs. 

CUAKLtS HAACKF, 
mhl8-tf Proprietor. 



Mahogany Leaf 

FINE-CUT 

CHEWING TOBACCO ! 

Manufactured by tbe 

CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO. 

....OF.... 

Choice Ripe Mahogany California- 
Grewn Leaf, 

CUKED BY THE OUXP PROCESS, 

CONTAINS LESS NICOTINE 

....ASiD ... 

MORE NATURAL SUGAR 

Than Any Other Known Tobacco. 

For eale In lots to suit at 

207 FRONT STREET, 



NO. 



Consolidated 

je25-10t 



Tobacco Co. 

E. BBICG8. Agent. 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

105 KCARM" STREET. jell-lm 



*. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN I/tX3VC*i 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 



Oysters in every style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 

No. 222 Second Street, Corner of Tehama. 

deo3l-tf 



Encourage 
Home Industry 



©si rich Feather Dusters, Snperlo to 

Eastern make, at Rates Current there. 

Mall Dusters, (of Feathers) 8 feet long. $2 00 

Brazilian Livery Stable Dusters, 

{very soft and thick) $1 50 to !jJ3 00 

jy9-lm 



G00DEH0UGH 




No. I 77 Jessie Street. 

je24-3m ' 



DEPOSITORS' DIVIDEND. 

The Western Saving* and Trust Com- 
pany, of San Francisco. California, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) percent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Eight? (3) per cent, per annum on 
Ordinary Deposits, payable at their Baak, north- 
easterly corner Post and Kearny stieets, on and 
after July 19, 1875. 

'PREDRIC CLAY, Cashier. 

J. H. Griffiths, Sec. jy31m 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVING 5 BANK 

No. 215 Sansome Street. 

The Directors have declared a dividend 

at the rate of Nine (9) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Seven aDd a Hall (7)) per cent, per 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
Jane 30, 1875, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after MONDAY. July 12th, 1875. 

JOHN PARROTT, President. 
flSan Francisco. June 30. 1875. . jy6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

The Board of Directors or this Society 

have declared the dividend for the half year ending 
June 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
annum on term deposits and seven and one-half 
per cent. (7 j) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after July 15, 18fS. 
By order. jy2-2w- GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mortsaze Union and Savins* 

Rank of California, 5^4 California street, corner of 
Webb.— For tbe quarter ending with June 30th, 
1875, a dividend has been declared at tbe rate 
of Eight (8j per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



S. F.4N.P. RJ1.& STEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

Dn and after Monday. Mar 3i»t. iffflk! 

the new. elegant and fast Steamer JAMES SB) 
DONAHUE. Capt. W. Warner will make two trS 
daily (Subdays excepted), Ifcving Green-streSu 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. and 3 o'clock r. w., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton, Clo- 
verdale, and with stages for Sonoma. Skagg's Mart ■ 
West, Bartlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena. 
Sevastopol, Bodega. Duncan's Mills, Fisk MIub. 
Gualala, Ukiah, Eureka. Mendocino, Lakeport. 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick, 
silver Mines. Returning tho cars will leave Clover, 
dale at 8:10 A. M. and 3:30 p. m., connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:40 P. m. and 8 p. m. Freight received all day. 
THE GEVSEBS. 
VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line vfa , 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and best route 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, seven hours— passing the moat beautif* 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excurdoa l 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on I 
steamer. 

StNDAT EXCURSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 8 I 
o clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 6*15 

P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets 

P. DONAHUE. President 
P. H. GERDES. Gen'l P. & T. Agt. J^ "* luea ■ ' 
Office, 426 Montgomery street. nolO-tf 



I 



H. E. MATTHEWS fit CO. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARIHe OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

■BINS YOUR WIFE! 

BKING TOCB FAMILY! 

■RING YOUR LADY PRIKP.D8 

And enio. » .-.'* of tbe finest OOKAN PANO- 
RAMA DC THE WORLD, all in slcbt o! 
the world-renowned 

Golden Gate. 

With • fleet of whrts-vna^ed meeeensen eotertnj 
from erei7 put of the oorameroiel world. 

■ay-New Line Fnn*es, coaneottQK with Street 
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Late of 13 Second Street, 

TTAfl REMOVED TO 

44 SECOND STREET 

NEAR JE88D3. 
SS" Wniches and Jewelry Repaired at 
New York Prices. 

Established since 1853. my20-tf 



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The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street. 

The Director* Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths (9 &-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (3) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, tree from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary 




DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street,, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with June 

30th, 1875, a diridend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one hair' (71) per cent on ordinary de- 

Sotrits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
uly 12th, 1875. ' Per order, 
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Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

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Guarantee Capital $170,000 

Money Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
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Shia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
auadas: also, London. Paris,. Hamburgh, and all 
theprinoipal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 

the patronage of all persons. 

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je23-6m H. T. GRAVES, Secretary. 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
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The Present Quarters having to be va- 
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WUI offer His Entire Stock at 

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4 FACTS 

....AND.... 

1 CONCLUSION 

1st Fact. 

IT 13 UNI VERBALLY ADMITTED THAI* 
VAN 8CHAA0K A CO. load tho ULOTHINli 
TRADE of the Country In Superiority of Styls. Ba- 
Oellenoe of Workmarmhip and Durability of Fabric 

2d Fact. 

VAN SCHAAOK ft CO do bimlneos on tbe 
; snunil principle of Hailing the bent good* for tho 
\, ast money, makim; uo reprosontaUonA aj to 
,,n, ility or prico that they cannot (ultlll. 

3d Fact. 

VAN 3CV7AA0K ft OO. rfr»iraf»o60ra aU their 
own Clothing, ai.'i tnwBfnrB run no rlak of unlit nj 
garments of donbv' ul laallty or workmaDsbip. 

4th Fact. 

VAN B0HAA0K St (JO'S stock i. fmmenaa 
and well aauorted, offuring to all ptirohaaiDg too 
best opportunities for procuring their outfit* •( 
Summer Clothing. 

Conclusion. 

These farts can h* demonstrated by an examin- 
ation of VAN SUHAAC'K ft GO'S atoct, and a 
comparison of goods as well as price*. 

C.P.VANSCflAACK&Co 

Importers and Dealers in 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

»»». 7M, 108, lit, lit, 7U at Il« 

KEARNY STREET, 

Oppo.lt. tha Flaaa. j?i2-lm. 



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IS ORGAN OF AMUSIMENTS. 
'ubllabed Every &*j In the Year, b* 
V. ». BOGARDUS, 

AT 

8 MERCHANT STREET, 

Below Montgomery San FrandMO 



TUESDAY JULY 13 



Amu sements , Etc. 

California Tbrntrc. 

The second week o( the ''6b»u»hniun'* Wd« fair 
to equal tht businws of the first week. Lous be. 
fore the curtain rc*« last oigbt there wa* Dot a 
Vkeant mint In the theatre, and the old BWreotjnc 
sign "'ijUunHng room only." fu bunc out at the boi 
offloc. The "Kbaugbnuu" ii up for a big run. Mi«a 
Pateanui rccrircl a very pletfant evidence of the 
cateom io vhieh abebtlield by the community last 
night, in the form of an cnthin>liuttic reception ami 
many bouquets. 
Mnipmlre'a New Tbealre. 

The r>mlitIon of Mourt's "Marriage of Fia«TO," 
Inst ereniriff, add'.d miothcr triumph to the record 
ul the Opera Company. The performance was a 
m oat successful and enjoyable one throughout. At 
t be end of the second act all the company were re- 
called with fervor. Mrs. Ktguln'.i "Vol che Sapete,'* 
the dm t.i "Mi Btnto" between Madame Bernard 
and Mr. Curie tun imj "Hull' Aria" between Mi*., 
Beaumont and Mme. Bernard, were heartily en- 
cored. Mr. Bernard an Baallio sustained and sang 
the character to the gnttslitctlon of moat present 
MUa i;.anniont irmke a most captivating Counter, 
Mrs. Iteriuird a charming Susanna and Mrs. Segitin 
a fanchiutliic Cberubino, Mr. Peakea nang the 
mustcof t'liTWo in a dashing style, and in fact the 
thtB opera was presented with a cast which 
has never been approached before In this city. The 
hoiuc *im full. "The Bohemian OUT' will be pre- 
sented t bin evening, and "The Marriage of Figaro" 
will be repeated on Thursday. 
i'lttii \ Ball. 
Thure are one or two matter* which must be con. 
when judging the performance given by 
Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre Company here last 
night. In the first plnce, the stage is Hioall and af- 
ford* no possible opportunity for display either of 
coatumu or scenery. Next, the company were evi- 
dently not familiar with the size of the ball, and 
were either too loud or inaudible, and thirdly iti* 
must jKtibfible that there were not ten people pros- 
eat who had not seen "London Assurance" played 
half a dozen times and who had, therefore, their 
own standards of the principal characters to judge 
by, and cousc*|uently thoimwu comparisons toinake. 
It would be, under these coneideratiouB.Hoiair to Judge 
of the merits 0/ this company or of their possible 
t-j (ilia opening 1 performance in a strange 
hall and a familiar play. When theyare accustomed 
t" their surroundings and when they produce 
those new fashionable pieces in -which they have at- 
tained uucb a metropolitan success, will it be time 
to decide whether last night's cold reception was de- 
ferred or not. The audience wa«a f aU and fa8U , 
' ■ LoDdon . A «VMce" ^.^ . tonigU 

C. T. It. C. 

The above initials are those of the California 
Theatre Boat Club, an orgaolzailon which has re- 
cently torn down the party wall of exclusiveness 
■which formerly limited its members to those who 
were directly connected with the California Theatre. 
Any gentleman Is now admiFsable by ballot, and 
we hope that this opportunity of strengthening a. 
capital club will not he lostsight of. At present the 
club is making great exeTtiond to bring about a suc- 
cessful annual fete in the form of a picnic and 
regatta, to be held at Badger's Park on Thursday next 
The regatta will take place on the creek in front of 
the Park, on the grounds of which a platform with 
a clear view of the race hae been erected for the ac- 
couunudaUon of the picknioers, liacea will take 
place between the California and Mystic Clubs, be- 
sides which there will be a barge race, a acull race, 
tour oared race and a tub race. Everything prom- 
ises a very pleasant day. 

Baebley'H New Variety Theatre. 

Charley Kitnic in his Dutch special tics, Lydia Liv- 
ingston In her character Bongs, George Foster as 
Uncle Jeff, the farces of the "Four O'Clock Train,'- 
"Dutch Justice," "Snoozer," etc., All the bill here 
to-night. 

Palace Variety Tbealre. 

Harry Dc»oy, George C. Thompson, Matt Kelly, 
Harry Howard, Louise Lee and Maggie Brewer in 
fare es, Sam Baylis in his living shadows, Julian 
Adams the Kiifli.-h concertina soloist, every night at 
tbe Palace. 

Kew Olympic Variety Theatre. 

"Old Timts Rocks," "The Two Rivals." "I'm in a 
"Fix," "The Three Orphans," and "The Brand of 
•Shame," to-night. 
Vfoodwartl'st Gardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday the beautiful Albino 
children, the greatest freak of Nature occurring in 
the human species; Mile. Victorlne in lier great act 
m the slackwlre; Sig. Laviti. tbe Fire King, in his 
astounding nptd ivjernalt; MUe. Oracle and Mons. 
Leo in tluir lightning trapeze. 
Sntt-s. 

Joe Murphy arrived from tho East on Sunday 
night. Joe is looking well, and is fn fine health. 
After a short trout season at Pescadero or San Gre- 
gorio, by the way of a rurallzer. he will probably 
put tn a professional appearance before the public 
at one of our theatres. 

Our appreciated oonesnondent "Call Boy" has 
again come to the front, and will make his re- 
appearance on Thursday In the eVer-popular play of 
"Our Australian Letter." 

Mr. George Ciprico, the tragedian, wfll make an 
appearance as Edmund Keanin bis play ot "The 
Bohemian," at the California Theatre, August 6th. 
Mr. Ciprico has played engagements |n this charac- 
ter in New York, Philadelphia. Chicago and other 
Eastern cities. George passed his buy hood's days 
in 'Frisco and has many friends here who will be 
glad to note the progress he has made in his profes- 
sion Bast. 

McDonough, the Puppet Manager, who went to 
Australia with the Marionettes, and whoisgenerally 
Jtnown among the profession by the sobriquet of 
the "Manuferial Squeeze." gushes in this way about 
Sydney in the Alia this morning : "I can say with- 
out a ny temerity that its bays, harbor and general 
butt fundings are more beautiful than anything in 
Naples, wbilo Its little lakes would make a dozen 
Com os." Of course he could say it "without temer- 
ity," it didn't cost him anything, and be rang In 
a puff about hip • ippets at the same time. What a 
c ouglomerated squeeze he is | 

The Kennedy Family arrived from Australia, 
y esterday, by the Macgregor. Mr. Kennedy will be 
wdl remembered here for hia spirited singing of 
"The March of tho Cameron Men," the stirring 
echoes of which still ring in our ears 



BEVOKD. 

I snail steer my bark where the wwe9 roll dark, 

I ehaJl cross a stranger sea ; 
But 1 know I shall land on that bright strand 

Where my loved ones are v. ailing fur me. 

There are fuct-s tnere divinely fair, 

The earth lost long ago ; 
And foreheads white, where cutIb Jay bright, 

Like sunbeams over snow. 

There are sunny eyes, like their own blue skies — 

Eyes that I've seen before— 
That will grow as bright as the stars of nlgaf, 

When I near the* welcome shore. 

There are little feet I loved to meet, 

When the world was sweet to me ; 
I know they will bound when the rippling sound 

Of my boat comes o'er sea. 

I shall see them Stand on tin- gleaming sand 

Their white arms o'er tbe tide, 
Waiting to twine their hands in mine, 

When I reach the farther side. 



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WEST BIDE, BETWEEN S UTTER AND BUSH, One of the Largest and Finest Selections ot 

Pure Horns-Made Candies! 

Ever offered for sale on the Pacific Coast. Aleo, just received a large and choice variety'of _& 
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lOKIK.N THEATRICAL MEWS. 

Miss Neilnon is said to have a new play 
baeed upon one of Tennyson's poems. 

Miss Cjarlotta Leclercq has arrived in 
England. 

Frank Mayo has begun working the Eng- 
lish papers in preparation for a visit to that 
country. 

The Majiltons are at the Alhambra, Lon- 
don. 

Mr. J. K. Emmett opened at the Sur- 
rey Theatre, London, July 5th, for a week; 
will open at the P ince of Wales Theatre, 
Birmingham, July 12th, for two weeks. 

Madame Anna Bishop, accompanied by 
Charles Lascalles and Beaumont Keed, 
have been bidding adieu to Melbourne, and 
are about proceeding on a further round of 
the Australian colonies. 

The Holman Opera Troupe, after a re- 
markably prosperous reason, is undergoing 
a thorough reorganization at London, On- 
tario. Miss Sallie Holrxian, the prima 
donna, is young, handsome, &p d possesses 
a singularly beautiful andhigUly^cultivated 
mezzo soprano. We would not be i'uprised 
if the Holman Troupe were to cross the 
continent next season. 

Mr, George Fawcett Rowe is dramatizing 
Thackeray's "Vanity Pair." Who will 
play the part of Becky Sharpe? 

Madame Adelina Patti will n t ^ j a 
Paris this year. She v, ues to St. Petere- 
burgh and Vienna 

Oifenbacb, the popular composer, who 
has been of late in very low state of health, 
and has been'staying at Nice for the benefit 
of the climate, is pronounced better again, 
and has returned to Paris. 

Sir Jules Benedict, the composer, though 
he is seventy years ohl is Baid to work con- 
stantly eight hours per day. He received, 
the other day, a very fine gold snuffbox 
from Queen Victoria as a testimonial of 
her regard. 

There are 300 American ladies studying 
at Milan for the operatic stage. We trust 
Italy will find employment for at least 290 
of them, and that they will become natu- 
ralized in that land of music and song. 



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So So. 

A Broad street. Newark, Physician was 
called upon last week to attend a seam- 
stress who felt indisposed. He inquired as 
to her health, and she respondedj very ap- 
propriately, "Well, it's about sew sew, 
Doctor, but scams worse to-day, and I have 
frequent stitches in the side. The doctor 
hemmetf, as he felt her pulse, said she would 
mend soon, and left a prescription. 



If you don't bridle your tongue, saddle 
be your fate. 

A lady correspondent, who assumes to 
know how boys ought to be trained, writes 
to an exchange as follows: "Oh, mothers! 
hunt out the soft, tender, genial side of 
your boys' nature." Mothers often do — 
with an old shoe — for the boys' benefit. 



Don't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save fully 25 per cent, by buying of them. Their 
motto is: "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have nu bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra profits. , it 

If Yon ■ 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
•ourae of sea-water bathg at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street. North Beach. Exclulsve department 
and lady attendant for ladles, ■ Five tickets for $1, 

6-q 

Bnrkhardt'H M0 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $3; box toed 
gaiters made to order for 86; oxford tie shoes made 
to' order (or $6; boya' boots made to order for $$; 
and large assortment of boots and afcoeB, all ef 
Burklmrdt'B own make, at equally low Bales, at 540 
Washington street. m 

Ten i II and Chapman'*, 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny itnflets, entrance ou Bush street The best 
lighted and most comfortable Billiaid Hall in the 
city— haa 17 front windows. Booms for private par- 
tiua. Bfx new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors. hi 



The lVifirwnm. 

The best hot lunch to be had in the city is pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugaman's, 773 Market Btreet, 
under Fitzgibbon's Dancing A ademy ; also, a se- 
lect stock of Wines, Liquors, etc. 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134 J Post street, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-0 

Photographic. 

Edouart & Cobb 504 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
or Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bh 



Millinery Goods, 

Wholesale and retail 



The Young Man from the East. 

" Im a strangerin this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
fve been to all the restaurants. 
But nowhere could I find, • 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PIKE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 

Where you can sit at case, 

And cat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if you please. 

All the young men ol fashion go 

Right to the SADDLK RO«K, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenish hock." 

. - ■ B ' ■ ■ - ■- 

Ylanagers 

Of Amusements, Excursions- Lectures, and 
Concerts, aro directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F» Bterett, S32 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
8*antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every Bhade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
loch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers ore especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1860 
and has been in successful operation ever since. 
[ 8-cJ 

A. Word to the Wise, etc. 

It ib generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Yanderslice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their Btock 
of Watches, Jewelry and PreciousStonesareequa 
to any that can be found anywherej and as every- 
thing Is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm, * 



Market street. 



^ 



at Palmer's, T: 

.ieriKildnil 



The Old Hint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thehonvivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magec, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give tbe "Old 
Mint'' a trial. N. B. Open to 2:30 a. m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinn ers every Satu rday. 2-l 

This Is Interesting to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 
Schafer & Co, long in the wholesale business 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer & Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 

Do Not Sutler from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, BunionB 
club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relie ' 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
BuBh, from 1 to 6 P. h. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given ii required. h 

California Institute for the Care Of 
Staniinei-lnB 

And impediments in speech, slipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at 632 Marketstreet, 
opposite the Palace Hotel— under the charge of Dr. 
N. A. Mosea of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, baying been a etam- 
morer for 43 years. The patient must be present. 
Terms reasonable. C ares guaran teed In all cases. - 

flats which are Hats 1 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" Hat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and beat assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. ■ 

The Antelope Oyster Bouse. . 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
Served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B.— Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. n 

The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has Just been beautifully frescord and Is 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
ijoes to the Green Room betw een the acts. x 

Bar State Oyster and Chop House, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
-ate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 



iGiveu 3%W i.7I .lljAEMja) **--»->- ..iff*. -irW.* 



UCAimcO BUSINESS 

34 POST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

This School la Designed to Educate 

pupils for the practical affairs of life. It makes 
Business Education a specialty; yet its instruction 
is not confined to BooakeepUm and Arithmetic 
merely, but gives such broad culture as the times 
now demand. Thorough instruction is given in all 
the branches of an English education, and Modern 
Languages are practically taught. The discipline 
ot tne t cbool is excellent, and ite system of Actual 
Business Practice is unsurpassed. No pupils 
of bad character will be admitted. For full par- 
ticulars call at the College, or address, for circulars, 
E. P. HEALD, San Francisco, 



1 par- 
ular 
jy2-3m 



FREE AND EASjY. 



4* 



® a. I.. o o r>j. 

SOS MISSION ITSKVt, 

Near Baoond, 

EJT-erv SSatwrday Nie-ht. 

TJIOM. WII.11, Chairman. 

Until Farther No'ic. 

A the test Bongs next Saturday NighL 
E.MJLES A WILB. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAT STREET. 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE ABE NOW SEUXNS THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Bach or Front, for $1 26. Everything chea 
at our 

New Store, 540 Market Street, 
One door below Hibemia Bank. 
STAR SHIKT DEPOT, 
jeS-lm Formerly at No. 3 Second Street, 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am cUstrifoutine Cards, Circulars, 

HandbillF etc.. on the route between here and Sac- 
ramento- both by the VaUejo and r-tockton routes, 
including all way towns, and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on these 
routes Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HAKRAHAN, American Exchange 
Hotel Sonsome street. N. B.— I can refer by per- 
mission to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Hotel andthe PubUaher of Fkjaso for the 



manner in which I do their work. 



jeS-tf 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 



VIRGINIA CITY, 

JOHN PIPER .v,. 



NEVADA. 

Proprietor 



Tills Elegant Theatre can r*e Rented by 

theclphtor week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
" Or to J. H. McCABE, 
fe23-tf 333 Bush street, San Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBAllEKtO- 

f y the. Night, Wecfc, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



THAT_I8 SO. 

It* -anti rul and Substantial Sets 

of ArtLfical TEETH only 815 and war- 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
ciso. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for 81 
and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New York City. Office, 34 Post Btreet 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 
mh-12 DB. LUTHER, Dentist. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

-AND 

Establishment 



Hairdressing 



Washington street, 

Kearny^PRICES RE- 



636 

below _ _. - . r 

DUCED: Baths, 25 cents. Shav- 
ing, 25 cents, Hair cut tint:. 25 
cents. Shampooing, 25 cents. 



PLAINTALK. 

What Will Rccome of this Country ? 

is the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
uayly increasing airivol of those accursed Asiatics. 
« ny * doesn't take a prophet to answer this quas- 
woo! Just as surely, as you read this, the horrors 
ol civil war will be ropeated again and tbe Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tideol 
Ohma emigration In time, but also for having fat- 
tened this vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
eitner to givo up tbe country altogtber, or by a coup 
domain, free it from It. 

But to come to the point, Those persons who cry 
loudest against this China pest, are those who pat- 
ronlzed them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what else do you call 
■ .,1? y - tblDkiD BthemselvesunobBervedsnealc 
into Lbineae washhouses or tdgar Btonds and other 
such hie establisLrnente— in order to save a few 
cente 011 a dollar-at the same time squandering 
hundred fold the amoun* in drinking, gambling and 
lor other things to bad and numerous to mention 
Pi? 1 * 8 .:. i° t " ename of common sense, is this nol 
the highest of folly J 

la it then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and Jet the" 
Ohinaruen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves? Surely by eo doing, we would 
nave leas idle men, woman and children among us, 
the pnsonsless crowded, andhavehadsomethingelue 
besides woodchopping and gettiDg out railroad ties 
to oiler to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country. Of the great numbers of mined 
trades— let us only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in the hands of Chinamen, with tbe 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stem the 
tide, but wiil surely also succumb to their rivals for 
want of patronage, though It should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up. 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAN'S k CO Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street, es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides their 
celebrated cigaritoB (next to a good Havana cigar 
tbe best smoking article in market), also manufac- 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
Brill antes, which brand is retailed all over the 
city and country towns, for 5 cents each. Now, did 
you ever hear of a Chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana ciyars at that price? We did not Surely 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized— or has it come already to this— that 
they should wear a tail, in order to sell their goods 
Thto country may come to this yet. ju7-lm 



Medicalj&.dvice. 

DR. W. K. DOKERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DK. W. K. DOIIEItTY returns bis sin- 
cere thanks to his numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that ho continues to consult at his 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and GtNITO-URlNARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 

graotice of many years In Europe and the United 
tates he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE, 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOHERTY, M. D., 
mhll-tf San Francisco, Cal. 



To the Unfortunate, 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 633 Kearny Street, Corner or 

Commercial, San Francistc. Lv*ranceon 
Commercial. Established in 135 a, for the 
treatment and care of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generAti^re organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. Tbe sick and the arfiioted should not 
fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
impart to those in need of his*Bervices. Dr. Gibbos 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. Sao 
Francisco. no25-tf 



THE ORICINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN THE FIELD. 

DrinKs, lOo. 

SIl STEVENSON STREET, 

Nest Street to Market Near Third 

jel9-3m J. D. BIUGGS, Manner. 



PDRDY, VAN BRUNT&R0BBINS,. 

COMMISSION 

stock: brokers,, 

405 California Street, 

Opposite Bank of California, San Francisco, Cal 

Honey Loaned and Stocks Carried 
on Margins. 

La m es will find a room for tbeir use, containing 
a Stock Indicator, which will constantly telegraph 
Market quotations. ap!5 'm 



DIVORCES OBTAINED! 

■Without Publicity ! 

On Shortest Notice ! 

For Any Cause Whatever ! 
Legal Everywhere 

S3T All correspondence strictly confidential. 
Address ATTORNEY, 

Box 400, Post-Onice, 
iyl-tf San Franclaro. 



New York Casino, 

838 MARKET ST., 
Opposite Fourth. 

jel5-3m Vf. SLBZVZA50WSK1. • 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAM JMt, CAli. 



HewlT IlenoTMea 

Week, or Montb 



This Beautiful — .. ... - ■ 

Theatre Is to be let by the NJgnt, 

"'iSST""" tem * 6. BBOHASKA, Proprietor. 

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fasta* 



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h- Mcvtd «! SHHIMAN 4 HYDE 8 Mutfe Stow, 
_ Str s tr i a ta, and at Box « Thee o( I heatrc 

iu« ar- for sale only at Sherman A Hyde's 
fAJ-wtlMit* at night. aU'otLwre unreliable. 

v> ihr Enslith Kr-ra Company, kindly 
Market street 

Ufa Opera, kindly 
and MB day street. 

I. nmiiKHtN Bueines* Ageai 




Martri Unit, v i • A »•-**. ft) Blag nl a o 

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FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE 

COMP A PtfY, 



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MR. MAI'KI 

Mil. W. 
MR. OWKN FAWl 



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THE ACTION OF THE PLAY. 

ACT I nialxw Tho bonK of t»o Irl^b firU hbe rUJt 

1 
Bcxxk 3 I 

b« Parish Prk4t. Conu aiaJtca a clt>*n br^-aat wf it. 
AiT l ; r pl-.t 

' I Fatktvr Dolao'a. CUirc o.m 1 

room, How Robert F(m)i ■-■ trap. 

■ :n h *ct« a letter and Ln uotlie»eU. 
Si >:\r ft- Tho fat« tow«x. The ambush and tho oaoapo. 

Bcbnb 6— Tho blaakflta. Conn and Rot- rt ImnU-d, How Conn played the To«. 
Kttthfarron Head. How Claivo Ffollii* played the I>vcoy-dud(. 
tB i-Tbe ruins of Bt. Bridget's Abliey. TtH 
ACT Ml Si IHC l-Mrs, O'K^'Hy'a cabin. Tho ainurBty. 

' --The wake of Conn the Sbanghraun. Great News. 
HrncE 3— The shanty. Arte and Moya in prInon. 

s< BMI 4 The coot's iit'.^t Harvey Duff gets into a warm comer. Kincbtla 
cornea to a bad end. Father Dolan gives his consent. 



♦Ir. 

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Mr. 
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Mr. 
Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 
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Jiinir* l>»i. 

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Mrtik Mrdillr 

Hill. Hpaaacr 
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. for tbfl first time kIH I- »,-Ukj MR. AIMUEV 
TIN l'\i.\ » . nedy of the 1 hi 

DIVORC 

fWHh fti famous orifhial Sew York • 
Tharadnr Ctrnlaz, JLnJy 15 ItMOHCK 

Friday Evtninf and Batnrday H 

PROU-PROU. 

Saturday Erenirij*, 

LONDON ASSURANCE 1 

Mnnilny \Ulif. Jnly It Till; I'll. ROM*?.*, 



Is tbe Positive Limit of bin visit, and during that perlnd ho will preaoDt«__ _ 
Hew Scenery and Fashionable Garniture, timmifaetured iu Now York exnraaal* 
for these performancea, the famous BOOIETY DKAMATIO NoVKLTIKH 
wldcb have given bis Theatre and bla UoHipany a worldwide celebrity. Urate 
and Boxes can be secured at bHLHMAN & HYDE'S, corker of Mutter and 
Keaxny Stroeta. 

FRH'FS-Boxes fseattnj four persons), »8t Orrlioalrn, #1 BOt Bal- 
cony, $1; Admtaxion. $>• AIiiIIihc Prlrm Orrhr N lm, #i; 
ttnh'ony, "ft ccnu; Admla^fon. If. CCUta. *Miij<uTl|)l1onH for the 
i mil .' acjiHuii mil be received. 
TREASURER AKD BUSINESS MANAGER, J. W. MORRI88EY,' 



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SANTA MONICA. 

Tan* tar Houthwra. v'alif nrnU ha« Lacked 
Vm A n aatsa, hsva. pet- 

pa, bmtv aaa/Iy than way olbrr place. 

■<mpu-i to sopplf this wants but Lea 

Btfriht ' dUable tooffaet' 

begr*!: a harbor so da 1 

ECtira aa almost W bo irorthleas 1 . The ] 
'ntt^l w*u-.i ( Hiremoieot haa expended 
it* balf a million -ii liars on 8an Pedro 
Uj w lih a u t Bppareat benqfldal rerert, and 
reigbt awl pa«Bwn#n* are'diactoargcJ tuto 
Itfbter* II • veral mllea up a 

arrow, shallow, muddy creek, and finally 
rfced tn a svaoip. tw-.nty-ala miiea 
tn Lea Annates. 
ity mllca north of San Pedro and 
irrctly west of JUis Angeles, from which 
• la bat fourteen miles distant. Ilea the 
aaoUful bay of Santa Monica. The har- 
or la 90 much better than Son Pedro, 

SBfS h * t • urta ff » "<*«' Kaif. whi 

tearnar was unable to discharge Into a 
Lgbter at Ui- latter plaor, but carried her 
. aschooucruoloaded 
BBkOto KanUa luunVr for tho cOnstruc- 
it that p*lnt. This wharf 

Ii two tfmu/vl fept in length, and reaches 
point where there ii thirty feet of wate 
-*---' *- Loa An- 
1 railroad 
1 for. and 

; 



That Santa Maafi I the future 

■ i . 

xmoedttl after an examination o( its 
■ ui>- advantagea. 

Tic future oity of the Southern Coast. 

no Long Brandi of the Pac B 

i tiainus of two trans- ooBtincntal 

roads. 

w t< niileeof beautiful boach for riding 

anddrlrlag. 
^^^^^^■ukJ fertility. 
• sileof uasnriiaeslng beauty. 
lie terminus of the Lob Angeles and Iu- 
L^^HjBce Railroad 
■OirirHlhdIng the trade of Panamint 

Coao. and Cerro Oordo. 
iurrounded by 100,000 acre?" of land for 



VnU 



wharf t 



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f. 



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oraoaa, OliM ami Union Orchards, 
wclro jaiios from J^o.t a^geles 

t harbor vhere vessels can find shelter la 
any storm. 

"hilly feet of water at the wharf at low 
tide. 

Vbundant water from living springs, arte- 
sian wells and ordinary walla. 

itroeUand Iota have a natural grade. 

■limate the most dolightful In the wot lit. 



.'o merchant* desiring to commence bus] 

n«ss of any kind. 
'o mechanics seeking to eatabllab them 

aalres In a thriving locality. 




'o invalids Ion 
'o all who wLnl 
ble jnveTtiuciiU. 



for health 



h ud profit 
and profits 



SANTA MONICA 

| i«ur» • mwt Inritlnj 0BK»t\uiil 7 



ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE! SITS OF SANTA MONICA, 

INCLUDING BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA EABMS, 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, " ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Terma of sale will be ma<Je known through the public jjresa. 
For Mapi, Pamphlet*, aLoVgaperilinfonaation In regard to the proposed city, apply at Santa Monica, or at 



No lota disposed of at private sale until after the auction. 
\C — \ #\ i '" n ' mi *'*BT4l | 



The San Francisco Office of the Santa Monica Land Company, 330 Pine St,. PoomB, 




THE OE.GAJ* OF AJIU6E3CENTS. 
TibUabed £«VP I>*T in the Year, by 



M MEKCHAST STREET. 
Batow Mon UiMfci i l S*a Francisco 

TCKS DA yT-T" 7 jl'LY 13 



TBE CntBAS STAIE. 



IN TWO PA3T-. 



The following ver>' interesting art. 
embodied in the Leipzig eoireepftndence of 
the Boston Courier. Much information U 
tote gathered from it concemins the state 
of matters dramatic in the Fatherland. 
The portion published to day treat* of the 
position the theatre occupies in erery Ger- 

rtown, the scale of admission price* 
the scene paiating: that in to-n. 

frill refer to the scenic efletU, the 
German playwrights and the relations be- 
tween ilanagen and Anthony : 

That the stage in Germany i= on the 
whole in a far more satisfactory condition 
than that of England or America hardly 
admits of doubt. This may be owing to 
the recognition by the state and municipal 
governments of the theatre aa an impor- 
tant factor in the life of the people. Be- 
sides the Bo/, or court theatres in capital 
cities like Berlin, Dresden, Munich, Stntt- 
gart and Weimar, nearly every provincial 
city of any improtance has its Stadt Thea- 
tre, owned by the city or either run direct- 
ly by the municipality, in charge of a reg- 
ularly appointd theatre inspector, or leased 
to a manager for a nominal sum. The 
Stadt Theatre, of Leipzig, Hamburg and 
several other cities vie with the Hof 
theatres in architecture and in elegance of 
appointments. It must not be thought 
that because these theatres are under mun- 
icipal control they are a burden to the 
treasury. On the contrary they are often 
the source of considerable revenue, not un- 
like that drawn by Boston from Faneuil- 
hall market. The director of the Leipzig 
Stadt Theatre had made a large fortune in 
three or four years, and now the city is to 
resume the immediate control. And why 
shouldn't a city see that its people are 
properly amused as well as properly fed * 
The experience of Leipzig show3 that 
growth of business has been largely affect- 
ed by the sterling elegance of her public 
e nter tain men ts. 

That you may have an idea of theatre 
pnjpes here I will give yon as closely as 
possible the rates of admission to the Stadt 
Theatre of Leipzig which has one oi the 
finest operas in Europe, a great dramatic 
company perfect in all its parts, and a pub- 
lit to serve which for musical and dramatic 
■discrimination has a world-wide fame : 
IKddle balcony, first two rows, 05 cents; 
rear rows, 48 cents; side balcony, 72 cents; 
balcony boiee, 60 cents; parterre (like the 
Boston parquet circle) 36 cents; unreserved 
parterre, 24 cents; and for students, 18 
cents; parquet boxes, 48 cents; amphithe- 
atre (second gallery) 60 cents ; amphithea- 
tre boxes, 48 cents; third gallery centre 
.seats, 36 cents; side seats, 24 cents; fourth 
gallery (unreserved) centre, 18 cents; side 
12 cents. 

Single seats in the proscenium boxes coat 
1* j cents and 60 cents. So you see that 
theatre-going here is not very expensive, 
and subscribers for the season get their 
seat* for about a quarter less. Of course 
the prices for the opera are just the same. 
One good feature is the close classification 
-of the seats, eo that ticket buyers have 
the widest possible choice. The opera goes 
aide by side with the drama and nearly 
every Stadt theatre in Germany has two 
companies, one for the opera and the other 
for the drama, the two alternating. So al- 
though the theatre is open on Sunday 
nights the actors are by no means an over- 
worked class. Matinee performances are 
unknow in Germany. Here in Leipzig 
the curtain rises punctually at half-past 
six o'clock, and in early Summer it is no 
unusual thing for the performance to end 
before dark, for in this latitude the Sum- 
mer days are very long. 

I have noticed that even in the minor 
theatres the scenery and stage decoration 
in some points surpasses what we are ac- 
customed to at home. I have seen no 
better landscapes, and have never seen here 
such elefc-antly set interiors as are shown on 
the American stages ; but in the line of 
perspective, and of architectural and me- 
chanical effects the German theatres are 
immensely ahead of ours. Their super- 
iority in the way of architecture is not to 
be wondered at, as the noblest examples 
are on every hand. But the effects of per- 
spective are marvellous, and in the interiors 
the flat often plays a part never dreamed 
of by American scene-painters. The flat 
is always one piece of canvas, and one 
never sees that dark dividing-line running 
perpendicularly through the centre, and 
which often destroys the illusion of the 
finest scene. The ceiling and sides of an 
a : -rtment are often produced on the flat, 
an a perfectly natural manner. Here in 
-the Leipzig Theatre in scenes where the 
whole vast stage is used, as in a palace in- 
terior for i nstance, the perspective is car- 
ried back wi' 3uch wonderful truth and 
accuracy that ^ne really cannot tell where 
the real stage ends, and the painted scene 
begins. I have never seen a more magnifi- 
cent or impressive stage-effect than the 
coronation scene in the fourth act of Meyer- 
beer's opera 'The Prophet," as given here. 
The scene is in cue great cathedral of Mini- 
ster. The full height and depth of the im- 
mense stage is shown, and the result is » 



really noble and majestic work of art. 
There is not the lea.t s«nse of the •'ca- 
bined, cribbed, confi ue<l " The re^l 
cathedral is seemingly before one in all its 
irrantieur, with its tremendous height, an 1 
dim, vaulted ceiliur : arid the eplet.' 

•A-inds through the spacious tran- 
sept and marches on and on until lost to 
sight among the forest of columns in the 
great nave beyond. In these great per- 
speetrre«v tfa Boone very seldom stretches 
straight away before the spectator, but 
runs off obliquely, thus rendering the effect 
more attainable. In a simple interior the 
corner of a room is often in the centre of 
the flat, and the effect is a delightful relief 
from the stiff formality of the conventional 
stag* apartment 

" Chlcasro Movlns Westward." 

A»*m— J the reoent arrival* from oar sfarter city 
Chicago, we note witfa pleasure the adreot of 
Heart. T. k. D. Lundr. who have just opened »t Ho. 

777 Mla-lon street, iH>J*»*.t* til Patricks chorch, 
with loo finest assortment erer imported tu this 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marbie docks, 
suitable for storta, ofihaa and parlor use. al*o pic- 
ture*. engrr.¥ln*». mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prefer boob. etc.. etc. all of which they furnish 
on easy payment* 

A Hacniflcent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and ni^ht, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample Ac Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bash and 
Butter. 

Laacliins Ga*. 

ttr. WOson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by the 
use ol laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire 
safety in the most difficult cases. 

The original "Swain's Bakery"'"iB now established 
i n their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream ealoc l This is their only place o 
business. 



In* Watehes. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
aDendera, comer ol Second and Mission. A 
ne assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call .and 
arns af °-y 



AVER1LL 

CHEMICAL PAIN1 ! 

MAXTJFACTCKED BY THE 

Cal. Chemic^JJJnt Comp-'y, 

Pare White and ;>nySlii>d-f or CoLr 

This Palnl Is Prepared In Liquid Form 

as\r>v roE pee, re-i'iiring no f ■ 
oii or spirit* It is of tons whit*, and of any 
'' r . ,_. 

>f the best materials fcnown to the 
KE LI>SKKD OIL. UTKICT7V FrKZ WHIK 
lrad. pi:re znc, and '.h-; purest coloring matter 
pro :nr jblt? f or lintitu-, which; by our peculiar pro- 
ceed of manufacture, art to thoroughly united, that 
afJerMBot Srnara't Hccc.-, it will Dev. 
crack, or peel off ; does not run from liams or oail- 
T Or COLOE A>"D BKaon 
rXH JUT A RIVAL, 

u the \.-cr\ White Lead. 
prepared In lb*' usual way. while the cost of painting 
with tbe ATfcrill Paint is -ess. 

We have ia our employ some of the best painters 
on thi« coast, and are prepared to furnish estimates 
and tale 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING! 
In all its detail/, inside and outride work, graining, 
i-c ; and we guarantee that all work done by us 
shall be unexceptional in quality and style, and pos- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our office or addressed to as, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

Office and D pot, 117 Pine Street, 

Between Front and Battery. jy7.1w 



MARKET STREET 

Bank of Savings! 

634 XABkXT STREET, 

Opposite Palace Hotel. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

John 



B. P. Bbvxweb, 

Chas. W. Felion. 
Hiram Bosekbjj.-?. 

C. J, Pbescott. 
Jon. F. LiOHTsaa, 



Car.vahax, 
W W. H ' 
Thoxas B. Lewis, 
BL J. McLeeie. 

HKTRT F. WiLLIASM, 



For Perfect' Fitting Boot* 

C > to James Matthews, the A I bootmaker and 
last maker, 527 Sacramento street. 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmertwo-button Kid Glove for 91 26 
a paj; 736 to 734 Market street. 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to $5 00, at 723 to 
"34 Market street. 

Palmer Bros. 

Keep the "CrTwn*' Perfumerr, the beet in nse" 
728 to 734 Market 



Da. Chab. C. O'Dosttell (late U. S. A.), office 
sod residence S25 Kearny street. The treatment 
f women and children a specialty. 



DOG LICEnSES FOR 1875-76! 



The Sew Dob Tag Licence for is;.".-c i> 
now ready for delivery, at £.' each. Omoe— No. 7 
CITY HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 

Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 



.are now due and payable, and delinquent 
the ftr-l day ol August, alter wnica deiawt wki be 
added. The "Sew Badges ■ tot Drivers oi Hackney 
Carriages are now leady for deliver}". 

PttbDLERK AND BUNKBKfi will make prompt 
payment for thU Quarter now dae. 

JAMES O. DEAN. Collector of Licenses. 
jjtf-lOt Office-No. 7 City Hall, 2d floor. 



Factory : 

f New Montgomery St. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Industrial Exhibition 

l/nder the Auspices of the 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 

WHl be opened to the Public at tha 

Industrial Fair Building, Eighth St., 

Between Market and Mission, on 

Tuesday, August 17, 

At 11 a. H., with the usual ceremonies.' 

Exhibitors will please make applica- 
tion (or space without delay as none can be assured 
Later than the 20th of July. By the addition of the 
new Horticultural LVnartment M.'jOOfeetexhibiton' 
space have been adde#c.o the .build ng. 

There is no charge for exhibitor's room, and steam 
power La furnished free. 

Applications for tpaoo can be made to J. H. 
GILMOKE. Superintendent, or to J. H- CULVER; 
Secretary, at the Mechai ic& Institute. iTPost street, 
personally or by letter, who will furnish all informa- 
tion and promptly answer all inquiries. 

By order Board of Managers. 

jy!3-lm A. 8. HALLIDLE. President. 







A. O JE3. 



The Most Respectable Place on tbe 
PACIFIC COAST. 

337 SixeaObr Street, 

Above Maguires New Theatre. 

Terrapin Stews, Shrimp Salads, Crab 

Salads, Deriled Crabs, Welsh Rare-Bit*, our own 
Pan Boaetfl and Par Excellence. Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock '.»ysUrB fresh from oar own Oyster 
Beds every morning, Chops, Steaka. lee Creams and 
the beet of Wines and Cigars. Oyster Frle aa e o es a 
specialty. N B. Elegant prtrate parlors for fami- 
lies sad select parties ap-stalrs, 

CHAjkLES H1ACKF. 
mhl8-t/ Proprietor. 




AT GR»V'a NEW MUSIC STOKES, 

105 KHVIiW STKEET. jell-lm 



J. O. COMBER, 
TERR A PI^ L.UWTCIH 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 
Oysters in eTery styVe. PBTVATE 
STJPPKB BOOMS FOR PARTEBa 
.No. itt Second Htreet, Corner of 

dec31-U 



M1» - * TK», 

Dealer In Oysters, Clams, and 

all kindsot SHELL FISH, Stalls Ncc' 
t», 41. ti. California Market., entrance 
oc Calilomia street. 

Public or private parties and families supplied 
from 6 a. at to U p st Ladies* and OenUeme* ' 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 a. M. to 12 p. a.. det 



$& 




O^trleh Feather Dusters Snnerio to 

Eastern make, at Rates Current there. 

Mali D u -ten*, (of Feathers) 8 feet long. 82 00 

Brazllljtam Livery Stable Doslers, 

(very soft and thick) $1 50 to &Z 00 

jr3-lm 



G00DE1T0UGH 



Edwaud TaAaK. 



B P EF.rNNER. President. 
W. W. HAN 3COM. Vice President. 
THOMAS B. LEWIS, Secretary 
M. J. CONOLLY. Caabier. 



Interest Allowed on All <las*e« of 

Deposiw. Remittances from the interior can be 
sent through WELLS. FAROO 4 CO'S EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook will be 
returned. jylO-tf 



DIVICENO NOTICES. 



ODD FELLOWS SAVINGS BANK. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



The Board or Directors or the Odd 

Fellows' Savings Bank, have this day declared a 
Dividend at the rate of Nine and one-tenth O 1-10) 
per cent, per annum on Permanent Deposits, and 
of Seven and three-tenths (7 3-10) per cent, per an- 
num on Short Deposits for the semi-annual term 
ending Jane 30, 1675, payable on and after the 20th 
inst. JAMES BEN'SON. Secretary. 

San Francisco. July 7. 1875. 



DEPOSITORS' DIVIDEND. 

The Western Savlnm and Trn-i Com- 

pany,/)f San Francisco. California, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) percent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Eight (8} per cent, per annum on 
Ordinary DeposiU, parable at their Bank, north- 
easterly corner Post and Kearny etieets, on and 
after July 10, 1875. 

FREDRIC CLAY. Cashier. 
J. H, GarrrrtHB. Sec jy9im 




No. 1 77 Jessie Street. 

jeat-3m 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

WARING OCEM!"sURG!ftG BREIXERS 
FOAJHIrlC SURF, MONSTER SEA LlORS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnuehes 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE 1 

BRING YOL'R FAMILY: 
BRING YOUR LADY FRTJEM>e 

Andenjor a vi-w of the finest OOEA-N PAISO- 

HAHA IN THt WORLD. aU in sigat of 

the 5TT H -rer 3 ■□• 1 

Golden Gate. 

With afiaMof whrse-wipred me«a«ngers ent«nai 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITYSAVINGSBANK 

No. 215 Saneome Street. 

The DIreetors nave declared a dividend 

at the rate of Nine (9) per eent. per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Seven and a Half (7») per cent, per 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
Jane 30. 1875. free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after MONDAY. July 12th, 1875. 

JOHN PARROTT. President. 
gSan Francisco. June 30. 1875. jy6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

Tbe Board of Directors of (hi-* Society 

have declared the dividend for the half year ending 
June 30. 1875. at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
annum on term deposits and seven and one-half 
per ceut. (7i) per annum oa ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax. payable on and after J uly 15, 1875. 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



VARIETIES 

Fan, .Pleasure. Variety 
Beauty. 

HffO ,"*5<?TJ.a.Xj. 
In thi*' I»le«. "an* Reso 

ON» «*. s "— 

MOST DELIG£JTFCIa.' y - 
Sonss and DaDc«r bolb CHc ik' Fane. 
A Htl.HAE TAJt IETT 8H»»>'- j * 

The Proprietor haTicg crtered to tie vssW dK H ' # 

Pim-I0VINO PUB1IC! 
Both Here and in Virginia Citf " 

HAS ATTATMa) A 
Popular! 1 7 I'ucuullcd Oi" THIS CCkSf 

THE PRETTIEiT - OF TALI 

iXD..., 

THE FINE6T OF EVEKYTEINO 

MRS. L c. scoTF, proprietor' 

...OORNKE.... 

Sacramento a-u Kearny Sls.i' 

de!5-tf * 




S. F.4H.P. R^SSIEAMEBS, 
Change of Time. 

,On and nrtcr Mon«tay, MaT 31st. IgTt, 
SrXx^SwS.' 6 ?? ' ""* '•" , Ste»"<!f JAMES Si 
DONAHUE, Capt. W. Tin., win make two trio, 
daily (Sundays excepted), tearing GreeiMtreH 
»harf at 7:30 a. x. and. J o'clock p. u con. 
necting at Donahue Landmg witii the cars for 
Petaluma. Santa Boea. HealdBbnrg. Lytton, CIo- 
jerdale and with stage, (or eWoma, Skagg-s, Mark- 
West, BarLlen and Hlghxanda Spring, Point Arena. 
SebastopoL Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Fisk Mills. 
Gualala. Uklah. Eureka. Mendocino. Lakejort. 
Clear Lake. Pine Flat, Petrified PoreB and Quick. 
Ulvtt Mu.es. Keturning the cars will leave Oloror- 
dale at 8:10 a. m. and 3J0 p. it. connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving ha San FrandBco at 
12:40 p. M. and 8p.lL Freight received all day. 
THE CEYSEK8. 

VAN ABNAM * KENNEDY'S Stage Line via 
Cloverdale. the shortest, cheapest and best route. 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, seven hours— passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this- coast. Eicursioa 
Geyser Ticket* sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SOnOAT EXCTKSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 8 
o clock. Betuming. arrives in San Francisco at 6:45 

Great reduction in Excursion TJaketa 

_ „ „ P. DONAHUE, Pieaideni 

F. EL OEBDES. Gen'l P. i T. Agv 

Offioe, 426 Montgomery street. nol0-tf 



M. E. MATTHEWS & CO. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Trif Land Mor!=;i=f-rnlon and Savings 

Bank of California. 53-4 CaUfoinia street, corner of 
Webb.— For the quarter ending with June 30th. 
1875. a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of Eight (6) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax. payable on and after 
July 6tb, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER. 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety. 512 California Street* 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Ten th-s (9 6-10} per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (81 per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30. 1S75, free from Federal Tax. and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1S75. By 
order. 
ja25-lm D. B. CHIBHOLM, Secretary 



from arery part o I 



20 coTimercial world. 



WSew I#ine r?r.-<- cs . oocnaoting with Bira*- 
Oirsat L4>n* Mob. aia «'arr '/ 'una,** ce:»itt#i 
irl-tf 



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ALFRED BAKRETT, 
Late of 13 Second Street, 

TTA3 BEMOVXD TO 

44 8ECOND STHEET 

NEAB JESSIE. 
ITS" Waaeht* and Jewelry Bepalred a« 

my90-tf 



New York Prlcea. 

EatabUshed since 185ft. 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



nercial and 411 Clay 8U. 

ja30-tf 



OEO. A. CASK, 

id zi sir *r x <» t - 

813 Kearny Street. 

Betweon Sutter and Bush Streets 

DenUjtrj In all it* branches, at raafiOaaUa ratal 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with Jane 

30tfa, 1875. a diridend haa been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one haft [7JJ per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 

July 12tb. 1875. Per order. 

JeJ8-lm LOTELL WHITE. Cashier. 




Eithosraphlnc. Print Ins. Engraving* 
Book Binding, Blank Form*, Cer- 
tificates, Coiintlne-Kuiise 
Stationers, 

TSO. 306 CAXIFORNIA-ST.. BAJff. FRANCISCO 

^^^^ je2J-lm 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. C POST ST., M ISOMC TEMPLE, 

8an Fbaxcisoo. 



Guarantee Capital 



..$170,000 



Money Becelvedon Terns and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank lasues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York. Fhiladel- 
ghia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
■nadas; also. Iondon. Paris. Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicit* 
the patronage of all persons. 

WH. H CULVER. President. 
je23-6m H. T. CRATES. Secretary. 



FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Xantel Clocks and Bronzes, 



FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

The Present Quarters havine to. he vn- 

cated for the New Building of the S. 
Brokers, 

335 Pine Street, 

will om-r Bis Entire Stock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

JelT-'.m 



LOUI«( N. X»A.VII>, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 

&53 WA»HI !(tlTO > STREET. 

TbeolAxr. History, Blocraphy, TraveU, 

Fiction. Art. Sciences, Medical, etc 
Libraries and Parcel* ol Goolu Bought, m&lt-lm 



Co vent Garden! 

THE GATHERING PLACE OF 

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD! 

...THE ONLV.... 

Oyster Palace! 

In the City. 

33 GEARY ST., SAN FRANCISCO 

mil ERWIX BOSSI, Proprietor. 



IMPORTANT to FAMILIES 




TABLE WAR; ANO ALL GOODS 



From which the Silver is worn. Reputed 
in the most durable manner, at the 

San Francisco Gold and Silver 
Plating Works, 

No* , 653 amd 655 Mission Street, Between 
New Montgomery and Third Sts. 

A Fine Stock of TABLE WARE for sale at the 
Lowest rates. E. G. DKKNI8TON. 

ma8-3m Proprietor. 



BC A TVTTVt AM. 

The Finest Bath-HouM In U>« „^SH* 

Kill open for businees on Tnesday.Jnjte *9th. 

ImproVed Turkisli Bath, SI B«. or Sii Ticlrete for 
8; 50. Refreahmentcl extra. I»die. ^rs Jo; the 
Turklflh Baths will soon be announced, fnrate 
and Medicated Baths lor I»dle» open e'«rraa r; 
entrance on Bagler place^off OTarreU •■reatUor 
Gentlemen. 11 and 13 Dupont at. DRS. I^BYXA. 
& TBAbK, Proprletorf. JeW-lw 



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VOL. XXI. 



1 < ■ kl 1IU1KI. 
A. Kl.l jll . iX y LlkM II, 



Ilagmre's New Theatre. 

GRAND EIVGL.1^11 

Opera Company. 



California Theatre. 



DIKKCTOK 



KVtKIMO 



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* t eas» 1 *■. « inn 1 «\ 

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Mr*. *fhit««|i* 
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* -« aaal to Ik* *-au pi 0* *rn, t T- put el 

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TW.U. !.li I!.. Till: 

MARRIAGE of FIGARO 

rrM.; r-.uiM. Jul; ie, 

< .i-n ml >ln(liii>(- on Hntnrdny, 

last naroaMKxcr. or 

TkdC IGNO 3V. 

Saturday Evening, Julr I7tb. 

I XL. TROVATOPE. 

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PLATT'S HALL. 



i.raar Thr.lrr. Ww w,fc. 



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DION BOUCIC AULT ! 



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FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE 

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1: 1 1 1:, 1 -i u:ii:i. jiihv !*•■> 

_ .Jor*." 
M*j|. ' 'Tim* K~I Foi." and many others, from the rfel Uiw Iruh nketndy 
have brer. Interwoven with and embodied upon lb* Dram* A full and eeBcirtit 
tt.-ras et[tf * *-ly engaged for the oceeetoo 

The • > take* pleee Id County BUgl 



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■ English Ofneer, eanmen.iing . detoeb- 

H. J. MUM Wl I 

l gentleman, uMUrMtttHp M a Fenian. 

NH-on It. rk< r 

II. nr » KlIWMiU 
Yv . *. HnlAiir 
Is dlagulae of * Peestnt. titjiler the name 

Roiwri Paternal! 

CONN, T1IK SHAU&HKAUN DION BOUC'ICAULT 

The Soul of every F-lr; the lil moral; the First Piddle at all 

Mings wnd Pattern*. 



t*rT. WiHIM 

Bobcrl Pfullof, 

In I01 
tatkrr Dalm, 

<«rrj klnrhrli 

Munry Utiff, A 

ol Reach 



»« KIT, OF PBH IB. 
B^^ried *e«u, according lo Location ftl.AO, ftl.S* aid *?.M. 



<.'»rril ads 



MATINFT FRICF3 



il«lnn. Hi I 
Halmav 



• : Kr.rrud Sr»t«. M renin extra J 
AdMhdna, i» rent*. 



CaTHeata ran now be aeeured at HHFRMAN ft HVTiK.'fi Miulc Store. 
•oener Xeernjr axd Hntter itreeta, an-l at Boi oflirc 0/ Theatre 

"oe are foe taJo only at Sherman a Hyde's 
Mueie Btere. acd at the Theatre at n'f ht. all otben utueliable. 

AeTThe KNABK PIA>« .- are oaetl by the Eskliib '.'i-era t'ompa&y, kindly 
fund* bed by A L BAM ROT k OO . 733 Matket street. 

STUASvX 4 HAML1.V OBOAStj, wed b> the Ei.glifh Opera, kindly 
rarnlahed by KOBXEB < BASE A CO . fXJ and 635 Clay street. 

J. r. EIHMKaUIAN Bn»lnt«M Acent 



Hergrani Jonr«, of tbo Art.. 

Haiucaji... 

BellTy 

(•MlllTUB 

»«yl* 

HonovRB.. 

Aril* <»\« .lie. Id |o»e witb Robert.. 

ClAlrr IT.. Not. A Mito La>l> 

Mr*. Ohilh. r 

Moyn. Fathar Ltolan's Niece, in lore with Conn 

Brtdiiet Msdlsitn, A Keener 

.\anr> Huluatc A Keener.. 



w \ Peaaanta 



!'• ;iMtntH, MuldlrrH, Con^UbHlitry. 



01 M. Mealaycr 
I'ninli Kllday 

John WIKon 

B. W. Ti-ayer 

Mytry Wood* 

II. MitckUn 

■ 1m« tarrlr WyaH 

Htw. Bella ratiiaan 

Mm. Jnftuli 

..... MIhm Jennie Vrc 

Nr*. .Inhn tivfton 

*1Lsh Annie Hluif 



DIVORCE! 

AT 

Maguire's Opera House ! 



ON 



THURSDAY EVE.MNO, JULY l.>. 

An<1 wilt ronttnae in r>ort]r.| thai cotaforUble Utile theatre during the r*> 

aaaladar 01 their eeaaort in Ran r>aneiaoo 

X, ll Krtti muahaaed for 1'latt • Hail will be ci<.hab«t-l at the box edbew 

I bjtara llouae. Thurwlay ti 



THIS EVENING 



JULY 14 



The famous Society Drama of the time*, a* acted for over 



l,Mo tiinea. entitled 



With NHW 81 BERTS and WITHAII o( New York, 

and WlLKlNHof gan Pnttirlaeo; and the followlot; 
UKEAT ORIGINAL CAST: 



THE ACTION OF THE FLAY. 

ACT I -s<f.nf I— Sullabeg. Thehomnof two Irish girla-the visit. 

3 -The Blanket*. Conn's cupboard. The Fugitive. Two lovers. 
-. 1. Z— The exteriorof Father Dolau'a. The Shnugbraun. Conngoeflhunting. 
Ill 4— The bomo of the Pariah Priest. Conn makes a clean breast of it. 
ACT II —Scene 1.— A room in Ballyragget House. The counter-plot, 
&CK.1C 2— Father Dolaa'8. Claire and Molin*.ux find each other out. 
Scesk 3— Tho Barrack-rooui. How Rob«rt Ffotliott fell into the trap. 
Sck.ve 4— Mrs. CKell/s Cabin. Conn gets a letter and is bothered. 
Scenk 5— The gate tower. The ambush and the escape. 

Sceks 6— The Blaskets. Coon and Robtrt hunted. How Conn played the fox. 
.^ exe 7— Rathgarrnn Head. How Claire Ffoliiot played the Decoy-duck. 
Scbns 8— The ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey. The love tryst. 
ACT III - SCKRi I— -Mrs. O'K^lly's cabin. The amnesty. 
Scbne 2— The wake of Conn the Shaughraun. Great News. 
Bcuri 3- The shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

Scene 4-The ooot's nest Harvey Dun!, gets into a warm corner. KJoohela 
comes to a bad end. Father Dolan gives bis consent, 



illnt lanny Davenport a*.. 

Mr. IK II. Iliirl.'n- aa 

Mr. C; rorge Parkea, «a.. 

ilr. John Drew as . 

Mr. >v 111. Davleftc ...Vt.. 

Mr. Jiiiii* - li« »■« .aa.. 

Mr. t hurlt - 1 1-ln r aa.. 

Mr. K. M. Holland aa.. 

Mr. Klti8cu4il aa.. 

Mr. rr.mk ( bitpluan 

Mr. 4'arroll An.. 

Mr. Cbanman aa.. 

Mr. George *.llln-rt as.- 

Hl.s Jcllicjs L*v*lat aa.. 

MIsh tiii-.' 1. IT? aa.. 

Mrs <■■ II. tHt.rrl aa.. 

MUs I niilj Klgl as.. 

Ml-h kali- llolliind ax.. 

Mi-- Mfllu < oncdon ftt . 



In Ten Kyrk 

IKi'.l idrlnnae 

( up ml ti l,yndr 

Bet. lldi-i > llunean 

HeM olf I»« « 1(1 

. 1 < in l»l« ton J (I. Im,. 

Mr. HurrlU 

Jurlar Kesan 

Dr. Lang 

.'..'.'.'.'.'.'■'aUflliard 

Cfarlatmaa 

•.Hlnrn. 

..HIsa Fanny Ten fcyek 

Mr.. Ten Kjek 

ra. r 

Grace. 

Horn IVufleht 

.Molly, the M.-ihi 



Thursday and Saturday, 



DI VORC 

Friday Evening and Raturday Matinee, 

FR.OTJ-P'R.OTJ. 

Monday Naghl. July 19 THE BIG RON l\7 i 

I'KK t.S Bovi h (seating four persons). $8; Orchcatra, SI SOt Bal- 
cony, 91; AdmlSHlon, $1. Matinee Prlcea -Orehe«tra, #l: 
Balcony, 7ft ccHta; Ailmlaalon, 15 c«nt«. Babacrlpllona for Ik r 
callre season will be received. 

TREASURER AND BUSINESS MANAGER J. W. MORRTSSBY 



SANTA MONICA. 

Tana far Southern California has Ueked 
a commercial dty Loa Angelea, baa. per- 
baoa, mora nearly than any other plaoc. 
to supply tab want, but Loa 
a nevw bean quite able to oflaet 
an* great diaadvantage of a harbor to de 
faetire aa almost to be arorthleas. Toe 
United SUtea Government baa iiinglalllll 
over half a million dollar* on San Pedro 
Bay without apparent beneficial remit, and 

relgbt and paawugere are daicharged Into 
lighters, thenoe earrfed several miles 
narrow, shallow, muddy creek, and finally 
aUaambarked In a swamp, twenty-six miles 
by rail from Loa An,-eles 

Twenty mile* north of San Pedro and 
directly west of Loa Angeles, from which 
it la but fourteen miles distant, lies toe 
beautiful bay of Santa Monica. The har- 
bor is so much better than Han Pedro, 
that, during a recent gale, while the 
eteamer was unable to discharge into a 
lighter at the Utter place, but carried her 

arao on toban Diego, aschooneruuloaded 
At Saute Monica lumbar for the oonstrnc- 
tlooof the wharf at that point. This wb&rf 

■ two thousand feet in length, and reachou 
a point where there !s thirty feet of .wate 
at low tide. Prom the wharf to Loa An- 
nate tho road bed of the proposed railroad 
ia graded ; the ties are contracted for, and 
enough iron baa been- purchased and 
ahipped to construct the road adistaiicv 
of J tor v miles The pa*a grading through 
Cajtn Pass U *lao nearly done, and nieaiu 

'■■ ■■ ' ued to construct the road 

to Independence within a twelvemonth. 

That Santa Monica is to be the future 

-ii Cjlifornia, will lie ;■ .. lih 

eonoadod after an eiainination of its 
many advantages. 

The future city of the Southern Coast. 

The Lohk Branch of the Pacific 

The t^ainiM of two trans-continental 

roads. 
Twelve mUea of beautiful beach for riaiou 

and driving. ^^ 

A aoll of unexampled fertility. 
A site of uniurpaaatmz beauty 
Thatormlnui of theLos Angeles and In 

" i idence Railroad. 
Commandiug the trade of Panamint 

Coso, and Cerro Gordo. 
Siurouadod Vig 100 000 acres of land for 

Orange, Olivu and Lemon Orchards. 
Twelve miles from Los Angeles. 
A harbor where vessels can find shelter in 

any storm. 
Thirty (cot of water at the wharf at low 

Ik 
Abandant water from living springs, arte- 
sian wells and ordinary wells. 
Streets and Iota have a natural grade 
Cilia ate the most delightful in the world 



To merchants desiring to commence btud 

- neas of any kind. 

To mechanic* seeking- to establish them- 

T.^*aa. a iS , ,a2."'iitau. ««w«. 

To ;J1 who wi<h to make safe and Droaaa. 

Ue intaalatrota. 




ITAMONICi 



ABOUT ONE-THIRD THE SITE OF SANTA MOIMICA, 

IXCHTDIXG BUSINESS LOTS, RESIDENCE LOTS, AND VILLA FARMS, 

WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION,,. ON THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875 

Terms of sale will be made known through the public press. No lots' disposed of at private sale until after the auction. 

For Mans. Panypolet". and general information in regard to the propoxed city, tppiy at Santa Monica, or at TOT £ > C .* 3 f16 — 



XSOB OSGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 

. -• ' ■ 

ubllahed Every Day in the Year, by 



532 MERCHANT STKEET, 

B o'ow Montgomery .San Francisco 



■>VK1 iNESOAV .JULY J 1 



THE <i ill MAN STA«,E. 

PABT HKCONP. 

The mechanical eff- 
startling degTee of realism ; fnr instance the 
two ships in the opening scene of Warner';. 
"Der Fiiegcnde Hollander,'' the magic uiir- 
ror :md destruction of Murgaretta's cottage 
in Schumann's "Geneveva, "which after a 
sleep of years has been revived here in the 
city of its birth, with remarkable success. 
Richard Wagner, who was present at one 
of the performances was so pleased that ho 
sent a congratulatory note to the singers. 
Then such operas aa "Oberon" and ''The 
Magic Jlute" are a blaze of splendor from 
beginning to end ; in fact the setting of 
every opera and drama is marked by a 
faithfulness and care which is carried to the 
fesfi details. A sensation was made 
by the introduction of an electric sun in 
one of the scenes of "The Prophet," and it 
shone with a dazzling splendor so like that 
of the real luminary that the audience 
could scarcely look at it, and when the car- 
tain fell the brilliantly lighted theatre 
really seemed dark in comparison. 

A pleasant feature of the German stage 
i-< the absence of the ''running'' system. 
No piece, no matter how great its popular- 
ity, holds the stage for night after night. 
This 13 partly the result of the subscription 
system which prevails in all Stadt^id Hof 
theatres, the subscribers of course demand- 
ing a constant change. The absence of the 
running system may seem at first prejudi- 
cial to the interests of dramatic authors; 
but on the contrary dramatic authors in 
Germany are a ' remarkably prosperous 
class. An equitable law accords the author 
a third of the net profits at every produc- 
tion of his piece, and where a play has 
achieved a success nearly every principal 
theatre makes it a point to bring it out, and 
instead of a steady run of a week or so, it 
is very likely to keep a place in the reper- 
tory for a series of years, coming up con- 
stantly for reproduction. The income of 
G, Von Moser from his "Shiftungfesf 
alone was forty thousand thalers for one. 
year ; and the average yearly income of 
Benedix was something like fifty thousand 
thalers. Other well-known dramatic au- 
thors have achieved similar successes. - 

I have often wondered that the German 
drama has not been more frequently re- 
.sorted to for adaptations for the American 
stage. The English stage in its unaccount- 
able poverty has resorted to the Trench 
drama for its material, and the result is 
that we have been deluged with a success- 
ion of French nastiness, which has worked 
incalculable mischief and lowered the en- 
tire tone of our theatres. "Fron-Frou," 
*'Fernande" and "Article 47," are worthy 
examples of the unsavory mess which has 
been served up to us. French thought is 
entirely foreign to the Anglo-Saxon mind, 
=and the spirit of the French dramas, gene- 
rally with marital infidelity for the foun- 
dation stone, can strike no sympathetic 
■chord in an English or American public. 
"Their brilliant, sparkling wit is untransla- 
table, and as genuine humor is unknown to 
a Frenchman, a French drama on an Eng- 
lish stage is like a glass of champagne that' 
has stood over night. On the other band 
the German drama of to-rh>y is closely in 
'sympathy with theEnglish train of thought. 
Its leading characteristic is its naturalness, 
'The German dramatists are fertile and ex* 
-cellent, and many of the best of their 
modern novelists write for the stage— men 
for instance like Freytag and Spielhagen. 
^ 'There are the charming natural pictures 
' -of everyday life found in the comedies of 
Benedix and Von Moser, and brilliant his- 
toric comedies like "Zopf und Schevert" 
and "Das Urbild des Tartuffes." The 
German comedy is pervaded by a vein of 
humor which is as fully characteristic of 
the Anglo Saxon as of the High German 
branch of the great Teutonic race. That 
the German drama is adaptable to the 
English stage is shown by the great success 
won by T. W. Robertson with his come- 
dies, and Benedix was clearly the model of 
Robertson, and when the latter departed 
from the path travelled by the former, he 
made a lamentable failure, as in "The 
Nightingale," for example. One of Kobert- 
son'a most successful plays, and perhaps 
•bis most natural, was bis "School," which 
ihad such a famous run at Selwyn's Theatre. 
And "School" was simply a free translation 
-of Benedi ' "Aschenbrodel, which still 
ieeps the stage here. The changes made 
.by Robertson were generally no improve. 
: ment, and the closing scene ofy "School'" 
was a tame and sorry substitute for the 
onghtness of the last act of "Aschen- 
brodel. ' The great classical dramas of 
Germany are not only read, but acted, and 
.the masterpieces of Goethe, Schiller and 
Xessing are frequently given, while Shaks- 



The German school of acting, like the 
modern German comedy, is char-: 
by naturalness and realism, and mauy good 
judge* place it in actual merit far above the 
French school, which we are so often told 
to look to as a model. The actors as a 
e in :■■., I ■■■h-ry. and the old 
prejudice which still prevails so powerfully 
in many parts of our land is rarely met 
with here. 



M.tNTA MO.VUA. 

AK'ut one-third of the site of this forth- 
coming "fashionable watering place," in- 
cluding business lots, residence lots and 
villa farms, will be offered at public auc- 
tion to-morrow, (Thursday, loth,) at time 
and place specified in the daily papers. 

— — ■ ■ -♦ 

"Chlcafto Moving Westward." 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent p* 
Messrs, T. ,\: P Lundy, who have just opened at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick'3 church, 
with the Quest assortment ever imported to this 
coast of black walnut, fjronze and marble clocks, 
suitable lor-BtOKfli offices and parlor use, alBO pic- 
tures. engraviug3. mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc., etc., all of which they furnish 
on easy payments. 

For Perffcct-FltUng Boots 

G j to James Matthews, the A 1 bootmaker and 
last maker, 527 Sacramento street. 

Painter Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 25 
a pair; 738 to 73i Market street. 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to So 00, at 728 to 
734 Market street. ' 



Palmer Bros. 

Keep the "Crown" Perfumery, the best in use" 
720 to 734 Market street. 



Dr. Chas. C. O'Donnell (late TJ. S. A.), office 
and residence 825 Kearny street. The treatment 
if women and children a specialty. z 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HEADQUABXEBS 

....FOB.... 

Nice Clothing! 



SCHAFER& CO'S, 

703 market Street, opposite Third. 

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CHEMICAL PAINT ! 

MANUFACTURED EY THE 

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Pare White and any Shade or Color 

This Paint in Prepared fn Liquid Form 

ready FOB use, requiring no further addition of 
oil or Bptrife, It is of pure tveiitk, and of an} 
shade or color. 

It le Composed of the i>est materials known to the 

trade— purb linseed oil. strict*!* pure white 

LBA.D, piiri BIMC, and thy purest coloring irmtu-r 

procurable for tinting, which, by our peculiar pro- 

: i inufaCture, are so thoroughly united, th«t 

they cannot separate. Hence, It MB never chalk, 

does not run from seams or nail- 

I for BKILLIANCY OF COLOR AND BEAUTS 

OP FINT8B IT IS WTrUOlT'fc'A RIVAL, 

It will last twice aa long as the best White Lead, 
;■!-■ o.u. d in :-bf usual way. while the cost of painting 
with tbe Averiil Paint is less. 

We have in our employ some of the best painters 
on this coast, and are prepared to furnish estimates 
aud take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING! 
In all its details, inside and outside work, graining, 
&c . ; and ,ve guarantee that all work done by us 
shall be unexceptional in iiiialifcy and stjle, andp03- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our office or addressed to us, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

Office and D^pot, 117 Pine Street, 

Between Front and Battery. jy7.1w 

DOG LICE8SES_FQR 1875-76! 

The New Dos Tag License for 1875-6 Is 

now ready lor delivery, at $2 each. Office— Is T o. " 
CITY HALL, 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses for the year ending July 1, 
1876, are now due and payable, and delinquent on 
the rmt day of August, after which default will be 
added. The New Badges for Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages are now leady for delivery. 

PfcJJDLERS AND RUNNERS will make prompt 
paymett for this Quarter now due. 

JAMES O. DEAN, Collector of Licenses, 
jyT-lOb Office-No. 7 City Hall, 2d floor. 



MARKET STREET 

Bank of Savings! 

6S4 MARKET STREET, 

Opposite Palace Hotel. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



B. P. Brunser, 
Chas. N. Feltov. 
Hiram Rosekrans, 

C. J, Prescott, 
Joel F. Lightnek, 



John R. Carnaoan, 

W. W. HU.-UOOM, ■ 

Thomas B. Lbwis, 
H. J. MoLeuie, 
Henry F. Williams. 



Edward Trask. 

B. P. BRHNNER, President. 
W. W. HANSCOM, Vice-President. 
THOMAS B. LEWIS, Secretary. 
M. J. CONOLLY, Cashier. 



Interest Allowed on All Clause* of 

Deposits. Remittauces from the interior can be 
sent through WELLS, FARGO k COS EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook will be 
returned. . jylO-tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



Factory : 

157 New Montgomery St. 




Encourage 
Home Industry 



TENTH 

Industrial Exhibition 

ruder the Auspices of the 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 

Will be opened to the Public at the 

Industrial Fair Building, Eighth St., 

Between Market and Mission, on 

Tuesday, August 17, 

At 11 A M,, with the usual ceremonies! 

Exhibitors will please mafac applies 

tion tor-space without delay as none can be assured 
later than the 20th of July. By the addition of the 
new Horticultural Department 20.000 feet exhibitors' 
space have been added to the building. 

There Is no charge for exhibitor's room, and steam 
power is furnished free. 

Applications for apace can be made to J H 
GILMORE, Superintendent, or to J. H. CULVER; 
Secretary, at the Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post street, 
personally or by letter, who will furnish all informa- 
tion and promptly answer all inquiries. 

By order Board of Managers. 

jyl3-lm A. S. HALLIDIE, President. 



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C IE3. 



The Most Respectable Place on the 
PACIFIC COAST. 

337 Bueli Streets 

Above Maguire's New Theatre. 

Terrapin Stews, Shrimp Salads, Crab 

Salads, Deviled Crabs, Welsh Rare-Bits, our own 
Pan Roasts and Par Excellence, Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock Oysters fresh from our own Oyster 
Beds every morning, Chops, Steaks, Ice Creams and 
the best of Wines and Cigars. Oyster Fricassees a 

Specialty . N. B. Elegant private parlors for fami- 
es and select parties up-stairs. 

CUARLES HAACKE, 
mhlS-tf Proprietor. 



Ostrich Feather I>usters, Snperlo to 

Eastern make, at Rates Current there. 

Wall Ousters, (of Feathers) 3 feet long, $3 00 

.Brazilian livery Stable Dusters, 

(very soft and thick) $1 50 to #3 00 

jy9-lm 

G00DEN0UGH 




DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS ANDTOAN SOCIETY, 

No. 619 Clay Street. 

At a meet ins of (lie Board of Directors 

held this day, a Dividend was declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent, per anuum on all dfposits, 
for the term ending June 30, 1675. free of Federal 
Tax, and payable on and aiter July 15. 1875. By 
order. CYRUS W. OARMANT, Cashier. 

San Francisco, July 13, 1875. jy!4-2w 



SCOTT'S 

VARIETIES, 

Fun, Pleasure. Variety aa| 
Beauty. 

NO TTQTT A V. J 

In this Pleasant JEtesoi 

ONE CAN 

X s ass an. JS-y&xxl xxf 

MOST DELTOHTFtrLLY. 

Songs and Dances, both Clou and Fancy. 
A BE<;rt.i![ vakiety snow. 

The Proprietor having catered to the wants of th. , 

FU1J-L0VING PUBLIC! 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity Cneqalled ON Till* COAST 

THE PBETTIESf~0F TALENT 

....Ann.... 
THE FINEST OP EVERYTHING 

MBS. A. C. SCOTT, PROPRIETOR 

....OORNEB.... 

Sacramento 



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ODD FELLOWS SAVINGS BANK. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



The Bonril of Directors of Ihe Odd 

Fellows' Savings Bank, have this day declared a 
Dividend at the rate of Nine and one-tenth (9 1-10) 
per cent, per annum' on Permanent Deposits, and 
of Seven and three-tentbs (7 3-10) per cent, per an- 
num on Sbort Deposits for the semi-annual term 
ending June 30, 1875, payable on and after the 20th 
inst. JAMES BKtfSON, Secretary. 

San Francisco, July 7, 1875. 



DEPOSITORS' DIVIDEND. 

The Western ?avinss and Trost Com- 
pany, of San Francisco, California, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) percent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Eight (S) per cent, per annum on 
Ordinary Deposits, payable at their Bank, north- 
easterly corner Post and Kearny stieets, on and 
after July 10, 1675. 

FREDEIC CLAY, Cashier. 

J. H. Griffiths, Sec. jy9-lm 



177 Jessie Street. 

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FOR SIXTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

jlautel Clocks and Bronzes, 

AND.... 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

The Present Quarter* huvliis to he va- 
cated for the New Building of the S. F. Board of 
Brokers, 

THOMAS x>A~sr, 
335 Pine Street, 

Will Offer His Entire Stock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

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a. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN I^TTNCH 

Terrapin Constantly on Hand 
Oysters in every style. PRIVATE i 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
No. 233 Second Street, Corner of Tehama, 
dec Sl-U 



LOtrie* n. r>A.vir>, 
Antiquarian Book Store, 

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Dinners and Snppers. 

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And mijor » Tiew ot the anest OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THE WORLD, all In right ot 
the world-reno>vned 

Crolden Gate. 

With ft fleet of white-winged messenger, enteriru 
from every pert o I the commercial world. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVIKCS BANK 

No. 215 Sansome Street. 

The Directors have declared a dividend 

at the rate of Nice (9) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Seven and a Halt (71) per cent, per 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
June 30, 1875, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after MONDAY. July 12th, 1375. 

JOHN PARROTT, President. 
KSan Francisco, June 30. 1875. jy6-2w 



a"H Kearny Sts. 

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S. F.AN.P.R^iSIEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

©a and after Monduy. May 31st, 1875. 

£?£« n . e ,£v^, le S ant and fa!it Steamer JAMES M 
DONAHUE, (Jap.. W. Warner, will make two trlpi 
dady (Sundays excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at t:6Q a. Br. and 3 o'clock p. x con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Fetaluma, Santa Bosa, Healdaburg, Lyttoa OIo* 
verdale, and with stageB for Sonoma, Skagg's, Mark 
West, Birtlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena. 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills, FiBk Mills 
Gualala, Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino. Lakenort' 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cara will leave Clover- 
dale at 8:10 a. M. and 3:30 P. m., connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, aud arriving in Sau Francisco at I 
12:40 p. m. and 8 p. M. Freight received all day. 
THE «E¥$Efi&. 
VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Stage Line via I 
Cloverdale, the shortest, cheapest and best route. 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city seven hours— passing ihe most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on thiB coast. Excursion 
Gieyset Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SITVDAT EXCCBSIOXS. 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 8 i 
o clock. Returning, arrives in Sau Francisco at 6:45 " 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

P. DONAHUE, Presldenl 
F. H. GERDES, Gen'l P. & T^AgT J ™ aeni 
Office, 426 Montgomery street. nolO-tf 



DIVIDL.VO NOTICE. 

German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

The Board of Directors of this Society 

have declared the dividend for the half year ending 
June 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
fmnnm on term deposits and seven and one-half 
per cent. (71) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after July 15, 1375. 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Tbe Land Mortgage Union and Savings 

Bank of California, 534 California street, corner of 
Webb.— For the quarter ending with June 30th, 
1875, a dividend has been declared at tbe rate 
of Eight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street. 

Tbe Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths (9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight 18) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary 



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DITIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with Jane 

30th, 1875, adividend has been declared at tbe rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one haif (74) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax. payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Per order, 
Je2S-lm LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

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Guarantee Capital.- 



$170,000 



Money Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
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Shia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, aqd the 
anadas; also. London, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
tbe principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
the patronage of all persons. 

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From which tbe Silver is worn, Replated 
in the mo3t durable manner, at the 

Sau Francisco Gold and Silver 
Plating Works, 

Jfos, G5S and 655 Mission Street. Between 
New Montgomery and Third Sts. 
A Pine Stock ol TABLE WARE for sale at tba 
Lowest rates. E. G. DEMNI3T0N 

Proprietor. . 



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will open for business on Tuesday, Jnne 39tb. 

Improved Turkish Bath. »1 59. or Six Tickets for 
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THE BRAND OF SHAME! 

Fenton . Ooaflcii Evans 

Mlltr Marpbr Himliry Kohlnson 

■un-dl Ned Barrj 

Jake Loo Dixon 

Linda Matt Cairoll 

Morty, Johnny Oook 

Policeman V. Harris 

Mnry tlnrnbj Tlnnle W«*lch 

MrrMurrihy , 1 ,„..,..,, Fanny Hooky r 

IN lUHKUtril 

The Pride of Connamara! 

Parquet ■« c«*nls 

Cirt-rn Boom 50 rent.* 

Private Buvis $» 50 

Doors »p«n at I. To commence at 8 sharp. 




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Peroy Stewart Howard And Adam* 

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Ballrnt 7. Carrie Willi. 

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Daroj And Howard 

Seriocomic BOaf>..t. Mfunxte Kelly 

Mo* iiinr >■ Stewart 

BALLAD MISS MAUD FATEHAN 

FREIO^ 

MON8. LE DUO MI88 LOUISE LEE 

Maggie Brewer, .., And Geo. 0. Thompson. 

Ballad ...Carrie Willi* 

Song and Dance Ida Kink 

Serlo-Comlc Sons , Mlas Claude 

To conclude with 

SAM BA.YL1IS, 

And His LIVING SHADOWS. 

Admission 85 renta 

Orchestra Scuta 50 cents 

Private Boxes $« 50 and $3 00 

Doors open at 7. To commence at 8. 






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Mr. GrindoTit Tenhourn — A Contractor and ton-hour s-doy 

m»n ...UtHirgn F<wter 

Pftudtjou Opojririt; , - , . Bolonging to the Socloty of Hod ffllows 

and an Eight hour a daf tuuu Haniiny Swain 

Mo-pfn-tl-ki A Ueleutial and a Sixtouu huursulay man 

■ -* .r.ilirmy Prica 

Sir CanliHower A Contraband and a no hour • day man 

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Luoy de Stone. A Woman's Rights Champion, Lydia Livlnestom 
Mrs Griodout Tenliours, All Frills and .Scollops, Mollio LaForrart 

Misa Putitakihi... .Supposed to be ftColastial Maiden St. Laon 

M echau 1 cs . . . . L a borers. ...E tc. 

FRIDAY EVENING. BENEFIT OF 

PRICES OF ADMISSION. 

Parquette 25 coots I Boxes f. GO and t9 M 

Green Room 50 cents extra 



WXIiBIHT, 

DENTIST, 

HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE 

id Laboratory from No. 8 Kearny St 
to TM Market ftreet, orer Wldhor* inn 
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CANDIES. 



All Kinds or the Finest Candy 1 

at our Steam Candy Factory dally. Ail orders, ••> 
peclally from the country, are solicited and will ba 
promptly attended to. 

Canty 4ft Wagner. 
»ul5 107 Montgomery Street, near SuMar. 



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REMOVAL. REMOVAL. 

Building to be Torn Down. 

On or About the 3 1st of MAY, 

WILl TEMPORARILY REMOTE TO 

402 Kearnv St. 

MEANWHILE WB WILL INAUGURATE A 

ORAXD REMOVAL SALE ! 

For the aext 30 days wi cloee out our Splendid 
Stock ot Fine 

BOOTS and SHOES 

Belo\^r Cost. 

ev ^ h iT".T'^f OREAT BARGAINS cm obtain them by 
bujlotf tbelr Boi>U .oil Shoes during this Removal 3ale. 

WUI Kt-orrupT Jiew Uulldlns Built Especially 
t*T nUM U«y» rrom dnte of Itemoval with tbe 
•aul muck of BuoU and Shoen on the Coant. 

THE ONLY GENUINE 

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4 FACTS 

....AND.... 

1 CONCLUSION 

1st Fact. 

IT IS UNIVERSALLY ADMITTED THAT 
VAN 8OHAA0K & CO. lead the ULOTHJNG 
TRADE of tha Country in Superiority of Stylo, Ex- 
cellence of Workmanship and Durability of Fabric 

2d Fact, 

VAN SCHAACK & 00. do biiBinemi on the 
sound principle of adliux the beat goods for tbe 
least money, itiakinn no repreHtrntatioiut as to 
quality or price that they cannot fulfill. 

3d Fact. 

VAN 8CHAACK & OO. manufacture all tbeir 
own Olothing, and therefore run no risk of Belling; 
gartnouts'of doubtful quality or workmanship. 

4th Fact. 

VAN SOHAAOK & OO'S stook U ImmenM 
and well assorted, offering to al) purcbasins tho 
beat nnportunitlea for procuring thoir outfits ot 
Summer Clothing. 

Conclusion. 

These facts* can be demonstrated by an examin- 
afclOU Of VAN MHAAl-K A Oo'S at«ok. ludk 
comparison of goods as wuli as prices. 

CP.VANSCHAACIl&Co 

Importers and Dealers in 
GENERAL MKKCHANDISE, 

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KEARNY STREET, 



THE ORGAN OP AMUSEMENTS. 

Published Every Day In the Toot, by 

«*. X». BOGAHDU8, 

3 >Ii;U<II INT STREET, 

Below Montgomery 9 * n Francisco 



Palace Variety Theatre. 

The engagement of Julian Adams with the Eng- 
lish concertina is a success, besides which extra at. 
traction there are 8am Baylis. Geo. C. Tbon pa m 
8am Bayiis and others in their favorite specialties. 
■cw Olympic Variety Theatre. 

All now acts to-night with the exception of "The 
Brand of Shame," which is a favorite. "The Two 
Travelers," Lakes the places of "I'm in a Fix" and 
"The SonnambnlisV is put on instead of "Old 
Times Rocks." 

Voadward'a Garden-. 

On Saturday and Sunday the beautiful Albino 
-ch ildren, the greatest freak of Nature occurring So 
tb« h uman species; Mile Victorine in her great act 
on the slacknirc; Sig. Laviti, the Fire King, in his 
astounding rtpat in/trna't; Mile. Gracie and Uons. 
Leo in their lightning trapeie, 

Holes. 

Our Australian Letter to-morrow. 

Just received a sacred ballad from M. Gray, of 
No. 105 Rearnyetreet, entitled ".Friends in Heaven,'' 
the music by Felix Marti and the words by £. E. 
Retford, 

Mr, Daly evidently does not want in enterprise. 
It being very apparent to him that his season at 
Piatt's Hall would not be a success, he has engaged 
the only vacant theatre in the city, the comfortable 
and cosy little Giera House on Bush street. The 
change of base is to be made immediately and to- 
morrow eveniag "Divorce" will be played at the 
O; era House. Seats that have been secured for 
Piatt's Hall will be exchanged for others at the 
Opera House to-morrow morning. 



A Maemituf-at Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
Tanas, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter. 



La. aching Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by the 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve yeara expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire 



WEDNESDAY JULY 14 

Amu sements , Etc. 

Hacnf r<-'s Sew Tbetflre. 

"The Bohemian Girl" drew an audience that 
crammed every available nook and corner of this 
theatre lart night. All the scats in the dress-circle 
and many in the orchestra and gallery were taken 
during the day. Better still it was as fashionable 
as It was crowded, many being present in full 
dress. But we had hoped fsr better things in the 
performance. The Floresteia needed brightening 
up. Mr Bernard's Devilshoof. although well acted. 
was deficient In vocal strength and the chorus oc- 
casionally lacked confidence. Baring, like a true 
friend, noticed the slight faults of the performance, 
we pass on with pleasure to speak of the good parts. 
Miss BeaoQont sang the music and acted the part of 
Arline with much cultivated effect, Mrs. BegulnV 
Gypsy Queen, as might have been expected, was al< 
that could be desired, her ballad "Bliss Forever 
Past." ivcriviog a most unmistakable encores, Mr. 
'William Castle more than redeemed any little weak. 
ness in the first two acts by his singing of "When 
Other Lips" and Mr. G. F. Hall's Count Arnhelm 
was. on the whole, ray creditable. On Thursday 
next "The Bohemian Girl'' will be repeated with an 
entire change of cast in the male parts To-night 
Verdi's "Ernani" for the first time in this city in 
Jtngluh. 
California Theatre. 

JUr-ntous aux irwnaVaj, to resutce our noticing. 
Very dear to the heart of Conn and introduced in 
nearly every scene of "The Shaughraun" ie Moya, 
Father Dolan's neiee. played by Miss Jennie Lee 
Being the mice of a priest and the lover of a vaga- 
bond, places pretty little MoyainratheradifBcultpo" 
tition; the sedate behavior necessary in the presence 
# of the one and the coy humor when with the other, 
being two strongly contrasted phases of character. 
And yet there is a common bond between them, for 
the maid loves both reverend and neer-do-well. 
There is a general, prevailing spice of archness about 
all Moya has to say or do that well fits Miss Jennie 
Lee. All share Conn's "moighty tindexnsss" to- 
wards his bright-faced, trim-built sweetheart 
Father Dolan would, we are satisfied, be better 
pleased if Moya had chosen a soberer, quieter man 
for a husband, but we very much question whether 
had she set her mind to marry even a greater vaga- 
bond than Conn the Shaughraun ( were a gentleman 
of such very great leisure possible), if the priest 
wouldn't have been induced to giving his con- 
sent, for Moya is great in the Kingdom of Wheedle" 
dom. This is the last character in which Miss 
~V§nnic Let will appear during her engagement sdu 
she is fortunate in its beingone so well calculated to 
leave an impression of the happiest nature. 

run', nan 

This evening Atigustln Daly'g i«nOPf society 
drama of "Divorce'' which has been played some 
Sfte^n t^un'djecl times in the principal Eastern cit- 
Je*. wili be presented by the Fifth Avenue Theatre 
•Company. It will be the means of introdacing Mr. 
JUnggold, Mr. George Gilbert, Mr. E. M. Holland, 
Miss Alice Grey and Mrs. G. H. Gilbert to the San 
Francisco public, and of maMng us still better ac- 
quainted with Miss Jeffreys Lewis, who appears to- 
night as Miss Fanny Ten Bycfc. 
C T. B. C. 

The above initials are those of the California 
Theatre Boat Club, an organisation which has re- 
cently torn down the party wall of exclusiveness 
which formerly limited its members to those who 
were directly connected with the California Theatre. 
Any gentleman is now admissable by ballot, and 
we hope that this opportunity of strengthening a 
capital club will not be lost sight of. At present the 
club Is making great exertions to bring about a suc- 
cessful annual fete in the form of a picnic and 
regatta, to be held at Badger's Park, to-morrow. 
The regatta will take place on the creek in front of 
the Park, on the grounds of which a platform With 
a clear view of the race has been erected for the ac- 
commodation of the pickmcers. Kaces will take 
place between the California and Mystic Clubs, be- 
aidas which there will b e a barge race, a scull race, 
four oared race and a tub race Everything prom- 
ises a very pleasant day. 

stncklers New Tarlety Theatre. 

To-night there will be amongst the other attract- 
ions, Swain and West in a double song and dance, 
Charley Kimic in his Dutch comicalities. George 
Foster and Miss Lydia Livingstou. and others iu 
acts. 



DEAD. 

Dead ! That is the word 
Than rings through mj brain till it crazes! 
Dead, while the Mayflowers bud and blow, 
While the green creeps over the- white of the 
flnow, 
While thy wild wood rings with the song oJ the 
bird, 
And the fields are abloom with the daisies. 

See ! Even the clod 
Thrills with life's glad passion shaken ; 

The vagabond weeds, with their vagrant train, 
Laugh in the sun and weep in the rain, 
Ifce Una ekv smiles like the eye of God- 
Only my dead do not waken. 

Dead ! There is the word 
That I sit in the darkness aDd ponder ! 
Why should the river, the sky and the sea, 
Babble of summer and joy to me ! 
Whileastrong, true heart, with its pulse unstirred, 
Lies hushed in the silence yonder? 

Lord ! Lord ! how long 
Ere we rise to thy heights supernal ? 
Ere the soul may read what Thy Spirit saith ; 
"Life that must fade is not life but death." 
Lift up thine eyes, soul ! Be strong ; 
Firr Death 36 the Life Eternal. 



Has Just Opened at Wo. 205 Kearny Street, 

WEST SIDE, BETWEEN S UTTEB AND BUSH, One of the Latest and FiDest Selections of 

Pure Home-Made Candies ! 

Ever offered for sale on the Pacific C«aft. Also, just received a large and choice variety of fe 
EA*TEK\ CONFECTIONERY OF THE LATEST MAKE AND ST*EE&. 

Pure Home-Made Candies Made Every Day. j*v3-3m 



A Shirt Tale. 

The young and inexperienced but ambi- 
tious wife of a young man of our acquain- 
tance, resolved to surprise her husband, 
with a new shi -t of her own make. One 
afternoon she spread the garment out be- 
fore his wondering eyes at bed time. It 
was cut en train and decollete and had but- 
tons from the throat to the floor, with the 
most complicated ruffles around the top and 
wrists. The sleeves were unfortunately 
set in to look the wrong way. It was a 
surprise in every respect. She presented 
it with a kiss to her "dearest Will," and 
blushed at her self-congratulations. "Will 
was overcome. 

"What, on earth is that, little woman?" 
he exclaimed, holding it out at arms 
length. 

"Why, that's your new shirt, Will; I 
told you I'd make you one," said she, turn- 
ing a little red. 

"Shirt !" bless my souL you don't expect 
me to wear that !" and he sat down on the 
edge of the bed and laughed. 

"And why not, I'd just like to know ]" 
said she, with some asperity, beginning to 
get riled. "It's better than you ever had 
before !"' 

"Of course, dear, but, but— you see, I 
ain't that kind of a cat." 

"Don't get off any of your circus jokes 
on in e ! I won't stand it ■•• ' ' 

"But, my dear, you " 

"If you don't like your shirt say so, but 

don't- 

"But listen, dear. I " 

"You've no business to abuse me if we 
are married. Give it here; you shan't 
bave it if you want it — you're a brute — 
you don't know a shirt from an overcoat. 
If yon think you're going to talk that way 
to me — gimme that shirt !" 

A hasty step on the stair, as "dear Will" 
gathered up his h*?t and slammed the door, 
and a single emphatic expression was all 
the neighbors heard. Then followed the 
ripping of linen, and a shower of white 
pieces came floating down over the side- 
walk, while the shrill voice of an exasper- 
ated woman shouted : 
"Here's your shirt, you old fool !" 



Pretty Well Settled. 

An elderly female, on being examined 
before the magistrates as to her place of 
legal settlement, was asked what reasons 
she had for supposing that her deceased 
husband's settlement waa at St. Andrews. 
The old lady, looking at the bench, said : 
"He was born and married there, and 
they buried him there, and if that isn't 
settling him there, I don't know what is, " 

Don't Help Fay Other People'- Dtbts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shaber k Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save fully 25 percent, by buying of them. Their 
m otto is : "Buy for cash, and sellfor cash," there- 
fore they bare no bad debts to m a ke up out of ex- 
tra profits. l 

IT Ton " 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street., North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for SI, 

__^__ °"* 

Burkhardt's 540 lTa*Ii In gum street. 

French calf boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for 86; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for ?6; boyB' boots made to order for $$; 
uid large assortment of boots and shoes, all of 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
ff ashington street. m 

Tcirlll and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bnah and 
Kearny street*, entrance on Bush street. The best 
lighted and moat comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front -windows. Booms for private par- 
tit!?. 8ix new tables. Pocket tables for Poo! par- 
tit?. Best of cigars and liquors. ni 



The original "Swain's BakeryTis now established 
in their magnificent new place at 218 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 

Fine Watcher. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
Gallender's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call .and 
exanifae. 5-y 



The Wigwam, 

The best hot lunch to be had in the city is pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugaman's, 773 Market street, 
under Fitzgibbon's Dancing A'ademy ; also, a se- 
lect stock of Wines, Liquors, etc. 

Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
litun, 134$ Post sweet, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
iiseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. <J-o 

Photocraphfc. 

Edouart Jfc Cobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are Buperior to either Oil 
or Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 



R, J. TECHAU. 

CHOICEST 

Eastern & California 

OYSTERS. 

Clams 

And all kinds of 

Shell Fish. 

TERRAPIN STEW, 

SHRIMP and CRAB 

Salads 

DEVILED CRIBS. 
CLAM CHOWDEE. 



English Ale and Porter. 

SUMMER STEEET, nearKEAENY, bet. PINE and CAIIFOBNIo. 




P. D. JESSEN. 

PRIVATE 

Accommodations for 

Families and Parties 

UP-STAIRS. 

EEFRESHMENTS 

AND MEALS 

At. All Hours 

The BEST of all the 
Markets Afford. 



Wines, 

GOOD 



Liquors, 

CIGARS, 



The TrtnBB Man from the East. 

f ' Im a stranger in this cftv, 
Pm lately from the East, " 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind.** 

"Well, I can tell you," Baid his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market, 

You'll see a sign, 'THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 
The best saloon in town, 
There you can get your oysters raw. 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's the largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coast, 
And that he keeps the fj 
Has ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 

Where you can sit at ease, 

And eat your California stew, 

Or Eastern if you please. 

All the young men of fashion go 

Right to the SADDLE RO«K, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 

And drink their Rhenish hock." 
* — i- 

Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, In Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned ont in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tlful Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
stantly on hand a tine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sixes, from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in I860 
and has been in successful operation ever Binoe. 

A. "Word to the Wise, etc 

It is generally known, but there is nat the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Yanderslice 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
Btreet, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, Of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 
above-named firm. ■ 

The 014 £jnt Restaurant, 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
tbebon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Mint*" a tariaL N. B. Open to 2:30 a. m. Old fash- 
i oned boiled dinn ers every Satu rday. 2-l 

This Is Interesting: to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Schafer & Co, long in the wholesale business 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer & Co's 708 
Market street, and 21 and 13 Geary. 

Do Not Suffer from Coras. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 P. x. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. h 

California Institute for the Cure of 

StunimerlnE 

And impediments in speech, slipping and loss of 
Bpeech, permanently located at 632 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel — under the charge of Dr. 
N. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of hie own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must be present, 
Terms reasonable. Cares guaran teed in all cases. 

Hats which arc Hats S 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" Hat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. * 

The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the beet oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1864. No. ti!2 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B.— Ice Cream* Strawber- 
sies and Cream, and all Fruits in season. b 

The Green Room. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully fresoord and is 
dot-- a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Boom between the acts. x 

Bay State Oyster and Chop House, 

No. 3 Stockton Btreet. near Market, the most 



HEALD'S}'™, 

24 POST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

This School is Designed to Educate 

pupils for the practical affairs of life. It makes 
Business Educoiion a specialty; yet its instruction 
is not confined to Bookkeeping and Arithmetic 
merely, but gives such broad culture as the times 
now demand. Thoroogh instruction is given in all 
tne branches of an English education, and Modem 
Languages are practically taught. The discipline 
of the school is excellent, and its system of Actual 
♦ v 1 ^*^ Practice is unsurpassed. No pupils 
of bad character wkl be admitted. For full nar- 
faculan scaU at the College, or address, for circulars, 
.&. .f . IL E A LB , San Francisco. jy2-3m 

FREE AND EA8JY. 



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» -A. J-* O O T>T . 

CO* HUSlON STREET, 

>~e»r Second, 

Ererv Saturday Nlgflit. 

TKOS. WILD, Chnlrmajs, 
Usui Farther Node. 

A the test Songs next Saturday Night 
EAGLES A WILD. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE ARE NOW SELLDiG THE 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for SI 25. Everjthing chea 
at our 

New Store. 540 Market Street, 

One door below Hibemia Bank. 
STAB SHIRT DEPOT, 

jeS-lm Formerly at No. 3 Second Street. 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am distrilintUie Cards. Circulars, 

HandbillB, etc.. Cm the route between here and sac- 
Smentc— both by the Vallejo and Stockton ronto. 
including all way towns, and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on these 
routes Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN. American Exchange 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.-I can refer by per- 
mission te the proprietors of the American Jut- 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fioabo for.?" 3 
manner in which I do their work. 



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PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKGIXIA CITY, .VETADA. 

JOHN PIPER Peopbixtok 

•mis Elegant Theatre can be Rented bj 

the nieht or week. Stars and traveling companies 
libera:!? treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. McCABE, 
fe2S-tf 332 Buab street. San FranoiBOO. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRF 

SACBAMEMTO. 

TO HJESjVX 1 , 

I y the tVlKbt, Week, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW. Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B.— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
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THATJU5 SO. 

Beanturti. and SnUsinnlial Sets 

of Artifical TEETH ojy 815 and war-' 
ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
cisc. Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for 81 
and "upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
experience in New York City. Office, 34 Pout street 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 
mh-12 DB. LUTHER, Dentist. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishment. 



PLAINTALKa 

What Will Become or this Country? 

is the_ cry of a good many, when they notice the 
Jayiy increasing anival of those accursed Asiatics 
V ">' it doesn't take a prophet to answer this quegl 
u ? a : .Just as surely, as you read this, the horrors 
ui civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide of' 
Cnuia emigration in tune, hut also for having fat- 
tened tins vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up the country altogther, or by a couih 
tie mam, free it from it. 

But to come to the point. Those persons who crri. 
loudest against thia China pest, are those who pat- 
rpmzed them most by giving them employment 
■S et,t or iQtlirect : then what else do you call! 
it, when they, thin king themselves unobserved sneaker 
into Chinefipe washhouses or elgar standfl and other* 
such like establishments— in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar— at the same time squandering,' 
hundred fold the amount- in drinking, gambling and - 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 'i' 1 
here. In the name, of common sense, is this not ™* 
the highest of folly? 

Is it then impossible to stop this nonsense and ■ ^ 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends ana patrons take 
care of themselves? Surely by so doing, we wonlfli 
have less idle men, woman and children among na. 
the prisoDsless crowded, and have had something else 
besides wood chopping and getting out railroad ties 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country. Of the great nnrdbera of ruined 
trades— let us only mention one. the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in thiB city, which are al- 
most entirely in the hands of Chinamen, with the 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stem the 
tide, but will surely also succumb to their rivals /or 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAN'B & CO Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street, es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who. besides their 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar 
the best smoking article in market), also manufac- 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
Brixlan tes, which brand ia retailed all over the ' Br*, 
city and country towns, for 5 cents each. Now, did Jfi, I 
you ever hear of a Chinaman manufacturing pure jtt.f 
Havana cigars at that price? TKr- did not. Surely »j,h 
n white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be | «/, 6' 
patronized— or has it come already to thin— that i Kr.fl. 
they should wear a tail, in order to sell their goods ■ | fl II 
This country may come to this yet juJ-liQ Ilkii 

Medical Advice, *t 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay 8t., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. noncBTY returns his hIh.. 

oere thanks to his numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for the omre of OHRONIO DISEASES 
OF T HE LUNGS. LITER, KIDNEYS. DIGES- 
TIVE and GENITO-UIIINARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 
practice of many years in Europe and the United 
States he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
bis patiente in a correct and honorable way. and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREE. 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOHEKIT, M. I>., 

nhll-tf San Franelsco, Cal. 



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To the Unfortunate. 

Br. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 6'?3 Kearny Street, Corner or 

Commercial, San Francisco. CiP*ranoeon 
Commercial. Established in 185 9,for the 
treatment and core of all diseases of the mi- 
nary aad generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions ox Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly tbo 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
Impart to those in need of his services. Dr. GJbbo&j 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 
Address DR. J. F. GIBBON. Box 1957. Suu 
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THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN THE FIELD. 

Drlnl^S) lOo. 

211 STEVENSON STREET. 

Next Street to Market Near Third' 



7el9-3m 



J. D. BElf.<;». Manager. 



PUKDY, VAN BRUNT&R0BBINS,. 

COMMISSION 

STOCK BROEBrH, 

405 California Street, 

Opposite Book of California, San FraociBco, Cal 

Money Loaned and Stocks Carried 
on Margins. 

Ladies will rind a room for their use, containing 
a Stock Indicator, which will constantly telegraph 
Market quotations. m^a aplS'm 



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DIVORCES OBTAOED! 

Without Publicity ! 

On Shortest Notice 1 

For Any Cause Whatever ! 

. ' Legal Everywhere 

£3? All correspondence strictly confidential. 

Address ATTORNEY, 

Box 400, POBl-OJBce, ' 
jyl.tf San Francisco. 



New York Casino 

838 MARKET ST., 

Opposite Fourth. 

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■Kfernj and Hntur •Uaata. anil at bo* Office of Theatre. 




/■nni.KMt.N Baalneaa Agent 



SHAU Gil RAIN! 

\rm K.iMMntli- »f»lrr», 1< <-h alii, it 1 IT.- 1* jin.1 | tifx.lnf mr nl* 

bi tlr.-i-.. W. I. I'oKI IN.I. -I in U\, JOHN K>U- 

Kl N« I . R. -! K l« kll'M «| . I. uix^ti l\, ||r, 

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i in. i»i imi\. « 

■wat u HtUlrr-acrMt. II J. mi»\ I * t I I 

U.iImti ir..ii..i. \ in* lrttii ceuUetnaa. und* atotases aa a Pmlan. 

■Hh AtleO'N**!. \il«nn IMcL.r 

lulhrr Do-Ian, OM Parish fttatt of SuUabaf, U> Tut. 

llrnry » rl vi :t r.l- 
•PMT) Hinrkcla. A Squlr*** W. 4. t.i.ln>rr 

Hurtrv Duff, A Police Agent, Id uiafuiso of a left-ant u 

ol h.»ch. KoImtI l'ulriiiiin 

OOKN, THi: SHATJGHBAUN DION BOUCIOATjXT 

The Sou) of B\cr>' F*ir. the I tuiai]; ihc First Fiddle *t all 

Weddings and Pi.tt4.rm 



Hmraat Joor-. of tb« 4Ut. 

Brill, 

hnlllvan > Pe«».Dt* 

l»oylr 

l>i>m.\ 

Arte 0>ralr. In lore with R<>Vrt 

< litlrr PToltOL A Plijjo Ltuly 

Mm. O'Krlly. Conn's Mother 

Huih. Fiithrr Oolan's Niece, in love with Conn. 

Itrliluri HaillBan. A Kmdct 

>niirj Wuionr A Keener. 



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Mr. V. M. Ilollnuil 

Mr. KIusko4(I 

Mr. FruBk < liapmati . , 

Mr. < ;i ithI I . 

Mr. « hii|iin;.ii 

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Dr. Lunf 

, Jim 

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THE ACTION Of THE PLAY. 

ACT I.— Sceni: 1— Suilaheg. Thehomnoltwo Irieh girls-tbe visit. 
H'XSE 2— The Blashete. Cono'a tnipboard The Pj|Htlv«. Two lovers. 
Bcbnk 3- The exterior of Father Dolann The Hhajgbraun, Conn goes hunting. 
BUni i— The bome of the Pariah Priest. Cono nakea a clean breast of it. 
ACT II.— Scknk 1.— A room in Ballyragget Houst. The counter-plot. 
ScERE S — Father Dolan's. Claire and Molineux tod each other out. 
Si bni 3— Tbe liaiTack-room, How Robert Ffollittt foil into the trap. 
Sceke I — Mj-h. O'Kelly'B Cabin. Conn geta a letta- and is bothered. 
Scene 6- The gate tower. The ambush and the escape. 
Scene 6— The Blaskets, Conn and Robert hunted. How Conn played the fox. 
Scene 7— Rathgarron Head. How Claire Ffolliot ilayed tbe Decoy-duck. 
Scene 8— The ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey. The live tryst. 
ACT III.— Scene 1— Mrs. O'Kelly'B cabin. The amnesty. 
Scene 2— The wake of Conn the Shaughraun. Great News. 
Scene 3— The shanty. Arte and Moya in pTison. 

Scene 4 -The coot's nest Harvey Duff gets into i warm corner. Kincbela 
conies to a bad end. Father Dolan gives hie consent 



Friday Evening ond Saturday Matinee, 

PROUPROU. 

Saturday Brw 

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Monday Might, Ju ly 19 -■•-•- -j'-~j THE IHC BONANZA 

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TH URSDAY JULY 16 

OUR AUSTRALIAN LETTER. 

[r*OM OCR P.Ef.t'MB COF.BESPOSDMKT J 

Melboie.ve, June 1st. ; 
Mr Deab Figaeo : Since my epiatle of 
|jnt month we have had a sensation of 
•what promises to be, to ua, a very severe 
winter. Heavy rains, dews, and fogs, 
some of which latter would remind a Lon- 
don cockBey of the good old "pea-soupera'' 
of his native city. The general health of 
the people too haenot been of the best— the 
mortality in the city, and suburbs, pi inci- 
pally from measles and typhoid fever, has 
in a given time being greater than of yore. 
Adults suffering from the former like young 
children. These occurrences have, as you 
may well suppose, anything but a beneficial 
influence on theatrical and other kindred 
entertainments. 

THE THEATRE BOYAEi 

however has, under the able management 
of Messrs. H. R. Harwood, R. Stewart, 
J. Henninga and G. Coppin, presented 
to patrons a succession of new artists 
and novelties. At the date of my last 
ej-irtle Mr. Coppin 's aid as a comedian was 
called in to back up the failure of the 
Stonee ; it had the deserved effect, he 
brought the business up at least fifty per 
cent. Mr. and Mrs. Stone have met with 
disappointment and did not even shine be- 
side the members of the stock company. 
They must have either over-estimated their 
own abilities, or have been wrongly ad- 
vised to come out here. As I have before 
averred nothing, either as regards artists, 
shows, or pieces, but those of the very first 
class will have any show of success here. 
But these will meet with commensurate 
success. I again advise artists who medi- 
tate paying us a visit to pause and think 
• twice before making their determination 
to "solicit our suffrages." On the depar- 
ture of the Stones, McCoppin, single- 
handed, took up the running until the 
appearance of the clever ventriloquist, Sir. 

E. D DAYTKS, 

"Who made a most successful hit, in fact, it 
is very generally acknowledged that out 
here hia equal has never been seen. He 
closed with his benefit last Thursday week 
to a crammed house. The evenings enter- 
tainment was, however, greatly marred by 
Jfr. Da vies himself, who showed very evi- 
dently that he had but shortly before left a 
very ''convivial dinner," and this too on his 
benefit night ! Mr. Coppin has been com- 
pelled to close hia engagement in conse- 
quence of the opening of Parliament, he 
being member of the Legislative Assembly 
of East Melbourne, and under a promise to 
his constituents that he would not perform 
at any time while the Houses were in ait- 
ting. The re-engagement of Australia's 
favorite actress, 

MfBa ELEANOB CARET, 

Followed the secession of Messrs. Coppin 
.and Davies. This handsome and accom- 
plished young lady made her re-appearance 
as Naomi Tighe in Robertson s comedy of 
""School," and wa3 well received. This ad- 
dition to their corps dramatique, adds 
greatly to its strength. It is now the 
strongest, south of the line, and includes 
Mr. Dampier, {the able stage manager}, 
Mr. F. C. Appleton, (who has just taken 
his degrees at the Melbourne University), 
Mr. Stuart O'Brien, Mr. John Dunn, 
("That Rascal Jack,") Mr. Arthur Garner, 
Mr. C. H. Taylor, Mr. H. Leston, Mr. 
Gladstone, Mr. H. Warde, Mr. Maynard 
and Mr. J. R. Greville, Miss Cary, 
Miss Blanche Stammers (Mrs. A. Garner), 
Miss Katherine Russell (Mrs. Dampier), 
Miaa Docy Stewart (Mrs. Collins), Miss 
Jenny Bryce (Mrs. F. C. Appleton), Miss 
Nellie Stewart, Mrs. Edwin Bryer and 
Miss Helene Paget. Last Saturday night, 
L merer, was the grand night of the season, 
aa it was the occasion of the first produc- 
tion in this Colony of Boucicaults play 

' THE SHAUGHBAUK. 

The house, iong oelore the rising of the 
-curtain, was crowded in all parts with a 
very large and fashionable audience whose 
applause from beginning to end was of the 
ni'jdt hearty and vociferous character. The 
g^neaal verdict, both of the public and the 
press, has been expressed that it is one of 
the most complete and magnificent produc- 
tions ever seen in Melbourne. The really 
splendid scenery painted by that premier 
of scenic artists, 

MR. JOHN HENXING3, 

Baffles all description of its beauty. In it 
he has excelled all his previous efforts, and 
leads one to think that he has reached the 
.summit of his profession. Loud and re- 
peated calls were made for him during the 
-evening, but, while feeling naturally grati- 
fied at such a warm recognition of his work, 
ihe modestly contented him.self with the 
congratulations of his friends* in the dress 
circle and cafe. The re-appearance, after 
an absence of some twelve years from Mel- 
bourne, of 

MR. CHARLES WHEATLEIGH, 

Was the signal for a real Australian recep- 
tion. On his appearance, cheer upon cheer 
raug through the house, for a time discon- 
certing the actor and stopping the action of 
the play. Mr. Wheatleigh's Conn the 
Shaughraun, was an immense performance. 
He carried ' : s audience with him right 
through, a:, met with an unmistakable 
'■personal" call at the end of the play. Mr. 
"Wneatleigh was excellently supported 
throughout by the company, especially so 

MR. A. DAMPIER, 

"Whose assume uon of the character of Har- 
vey Duff, the police spy, was a fine bit of 
artistic character acting. The cringing, 
fawning fear of the infuriated mob in the 
last scene being especially well delineated. 

THE MASAfiKMKST 



money has been spared in its production, 
and its style would, I am certain, elicit the 
commendation of the great Dion Bouci- 
cault himself. Playwrights in your parte 
who may entrust Messrs. Harwood &. Co. 
with any of their successful productions 
rt assured they will do justice to 
them. The "Shaughraun" is destined for a 
long and successful run. 

THE OPERA HOC8E 
Has been doing a fair share of business 
lately, with opera bouffe, though the man- 
agement with a wish to meet with public 
support has *eu fit to engage supplemen- 
tary attractions. The opera bouffe season 
will close with this week. Almost every 
work of tb;.; kind which has been a 
in England, h-is been presented here. "Le 
Petit Faust" '"Le* Cents Viepges," "The 
Princess if Trebizonde," (revived),. "La 
Perichol ile-GiroHa." (now run- 

ning), have been successively played i>y the 
very talented company with whom Mr. 
Lyster has BOrrOunfled himself. It includes 
Miss Clara Thompson, (sister to Miss 
Lydia Thompson), Miss Jennie Winston 

(Mr*. Bellf, Mr. J. H. Fox, Miss Bessie 
Boyal, U Stewart and Miss Cas- 

sidyj Messrs. Henry liracv (stage mana- 
ger!, Daniels, Kitts, H. Bell, George Leo- 
pold, and Derbyshire. In the production 
of the different operas bouffe 
MB- W, 8. LTSTER 

Ha^ been most prodigal, sparing no money 
to insure their proper presentation. At 
a large salary he has engaged that eccentric 
genius, but clever musician, 

JOHN HILT K. S. R. A. M., 

As the musical conductor and scorer .of the 
operas. In this particular position and as 
an organist and i ioliuiat, Mr. Hill has not 
his equal in this hemisphere. The supple- 
mentary entertainments to which I have 
alluded, consisted of the first appearance 
in Melbourne, of Mr. Charles Weightman, 
or as he professionally styles himself 

KACATOB THE MAN FISH. 

His perfurmance was certainly very won- 
derful 'and was an attraction. He was suc- 
ceeded by 

VAL V08E, 

The ventriloquist who came out with 
"Ginger Blue" Smiths Variety Company 
from London same time back. Vose has 
been absent for some time in New Zealand, 
is a very young man and very clever. On 
his re-appearance at the Opera House, he 
showed that his powers were more matured, 
but the talent is. there and it is only time 
and strict application that will land him at 
the top of the tree of ventriloquism. He 
is not equal to Davies, from want of experi- 
ence only. Then on Vose's heels followed 
Monsieur Bosco, whose performances were 
very crude, but certainly very original. He 
disappeared after three nights. A season 
of English opera will succeed the close of 
the present series of opera bouffe. Mr. 
Lyster deserves the warm thanks of the 
music-loving portion of the colonies for his 
strenuous efforts to produce all the musical 
novelties of the old world at the earliest 
possible time here. I think it likely a fare- 
well benefit will be tendered to him during 
this week. The United States Minstrels 
at the 

APOLIO HALL, 

Have achieved a well deserved success. It 
was a daring venture to take the hall when 
they did as it had sxch to a very low level, 
though in one of the best parts of the town. 
They are now in their fifteenth consecutive 
week and doing very good business. The 
" boys " consist cf George Bockafeller, 
Thomas Campbell, Charles Holly, T. Buck- 
ley, H. Lloyd, Tommy Hudson, A. J. 
Oxest, 0. Condurt and T. Wilkins. The 
"boys" seem to have made this place their 
" Minstrel Home 1 ' permanent, and they de- 
serve it, they work very hard and act up 
to the old axiom that "Those who please 
to live must live to please." 

ST. GEORGE'3 HALL. 

Has been tenan;ed for the past few weeks 
by Howarth s Hibernica of Irish life and 
scenery. Mr. Tim Cohan and his wife 
Marie Pornier and Mr. Harry Nickolson 
(Dutch delineator), and Nick Fieullade, 
leader of the band, meet with cordial re 
ceptions. It would be as well however, if 
Mr. Howarth provided himself with a 
gentleman as advance -agent. It would, I 
am sure, add more to his success. Mr. 
Alphabet Williams, as this precious speci- 
men of an agent styles himself, with his 
low vulgarity and contemptible airs, I will 
not believe to be a representative of Amer- 
ican agents, in general. 

THE C0L033EXTM 
Has a variety company consisting of Annie 
Nesbitt, Alf. Massey and a few others of a 
very mediocre stamp. 

THE KENNEDY FAMILY 

Of Scotch players, reciters and singers 
have played a farewell season in this city 
at the Athenenm Hall, and made their 
final show at the Town Hall, on the Queen's 
brithday, May 24*h, last. There were 
some thousands of people to hear then- 
last programme "Twa Hours at Hame." 
They will leave Sydney for your Coast by 
the Macgregor on the 5th of this month. 
I can truthfully assert they are a clever 
troupe; but their entertainments are essen- 
tially Scotch. 

THE CARANDINI TBOl'PE, 

Consisting of Madame Caradini and her 
two daughter, and Messrs. Walter Shewin 
and Edwin Amery have just returned to 
Melbourne after a tour in the Renerna 
District. They intend taking a spell for a 
time. Miss Isabella Carandini and her 
husband George Cottevill, the clever mon- 
ologuist have seceded from the Carandini 
corps and meditate a tour through Wes- 
tern Australia. It is seldom this, the last 
of English convict settlements — has a visit 
from any professionals or show people. 

THE PROVINCES 

Have been visited by an immense number 
of entertainments of all trades and descrip- 
tions during the last month, but the second 
city in the colony and the new See of a 
Bishopric 

BALLARAT 

Has had to put up with a series of concerts 
at the Mechanics Institute, by the local 
Harmonic Society. But next week a little 
life will be infused into their amusements 
by the opening of the new 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 

Which has been built at a* expense of 
£13,000, by that liberal squatter and high- 
minded gentleman, Mr. Clarke, who lately 
on the death of his father, the Hon. J. 
S. Clarke, came into cash and landed prop- 



LYSTEB'S *?EBA BOITFE COMPANT. 
During the/season all the works which 
have been s< popular iu Melbourne, will 
-uted. A successful season is rea- 
sonably antic »ted. 

C BBSOHO 
Has been 1 re of rational amusements 
lately. Tea ights, muffins worries, scan- 
dal, small ttlk (very), and Glorjr to God 
&crambles hjve had a very pood innings, 
and are nea-ly played out— at least for a 
time. Lastpight Howarth "s Hibernicaj 
which has dole a good season in Melbourne, 
opened to -a tolerable house. 

' SANDHl 
Is very ted with " relaxation. 1 ' 

The Princes] Theatre, under the Manage- 
ment of Mj J. P. Macaonala has com- 
menced wat promises to be a good dra- 
Among the company is found 
the names »f Mr. H. Sefton (loaned from 
the Theatft Royal, I Mr. and 

Mrs. P. H.Lawrenc- (Miss Polly George, 
and who loth lately returned from India, 
and ChinaL and Mr. W. G. Carey. The, 
Theatre Royal < a variety show), has as at- 
tractions, Lance Lenton and Sally Lloyd 
(Miss Alice O'Brien), and Charles Rice. 
At the St James Hall, Barlow— little Bar- 
low, the original Blue-Tailed Fly, is doing 
big "biz," with a clever, but Bmall troupe, 
Little Jesiie and Messrs. Lewis and West- 
ropp. 

J*. F. AND AMY STONE, 

After their *e:i3on at the Theatre Royal, 
Melbourne, organized a company consist- 
ing of Miss Any Stone, Mr. H. F. Stone, 
Mis3 Emily Barington, Mr. W. T. Kersh, 
Advance Ageit, and W. Evans, Business 
Manager, to tavel in the interior. Their 
entertainment is called " Our Country 
Cousin." Th^bave already visited Dagles- 
ford, Taradaleand at present are at Castle- 
maine. 

THE "gBT" DRAMATIC COMPANY, 

Under the maiagement of Mr. Frank Tow- 
ers, returned lately from a season in Tas- 
mania, have ta<en to the up-country towns. 
The "star." Mss Rosa Towers, is a very 
clever child sctress. The company has 
among its menber3 Mr. S. Wolfe, Harry 
Power, E. C. Osborne, J. Martin, Nangry, 
Carolin and Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
Towers and lliss Kate Douglas. They 
have visited lallarat and Pleasant Creek, 
and will shortly appear at the Theatre 
Royal, Castlenaine. 

THE MELBOCBNE DRAMATIC COMPANY, 

A "scratch" troupe, got together under dif- 
ficult circumstances by Mr. J. D. Marsh, 
late prompter af the Theatre Royal, Mel- 
bourne, and wno lately seceded from that 
establishment, are performing at the Thea- 
tre Royal, StawelL Miss Julia Milne, is 
the "star," and in the company are Miss 
Emma Marsh and Messrs. J. Howe and 
W. M. Brown. 

MEW 30DTH WALES. 

Lovers of amusement have no cause to 
complain of a dearth of amusements. There 
are traveling companies in the east, the 
west, the north and the south. In 

STpSBt 
The centre of attraction is the Queens 
Theatre, where 

ths Williamson's 
Are carrying everything before them. At 
this present thjy are appearing in "Little 
Nell and the iarchioness," in which dual 
character Mist Maggie Moore is as success- 
ful as when in Melbourne. Their season in 
the city of thfl "constables" has been longer 
and quite as )uccessful as their Melbourne 
tour. When they'll finish in Sydneyisonly 
in the womb H time. 

TIE OPERA SEASON, 

At the Tictofia, has been a gigantic failure 
from the initial to the final performance, 
last week. A- second season is promised, 
and it is to b, hoped with better results both 
to the publiaand the management. It must, 
however, bejconfessed that atmospheric in- 
fluences on ,the voices of the singers was 
one of the main causes of failure. Signor 
Carmini M<rley, who came here with Mme. 
Anna Bishcp, has severed his connection 
with her and joined the company here, 
which consists of Signorini Zenbni Gamboa, 
Tarn burini Coy, Magi and Signors Dondi, 
Rosnati, Goy and Johnson. Signor Pom- 
pei is the Director, and Signors Georza and 
Zelman, Conductors. At the School of 
Arts, Mr. J. E. McDonough is showing his 
puppets, 

THE MARIONETTES, 

And report states, to good audiences. The 

ST. GEORGE'S HALL, 

In that city (Sydney), has been opened as 
a Variety Entertainment, with a very good 
company consisting of Miss Marian Saun- 
ders, Miss Lucy Osborne, Miss Blanche 
Neville, Norah Huxley, Messrs. James Fil- 
gate, Harry Flynnaud Professor Heemecke 
(wizard). At 

COCLBCBH, 

The Mechanics' Institute was, at last ad- 
vices, tenanted by the Star Magnet troupe 
of MinstreK including J. Oaten, Alic 
O'Brien, Charley Wallace, Harvey, Frank 
Lloyd and Johnny Burgess. The Theatre 
Royal at 

NEWC 

Is now open by Messrs. Edmund Holloway 
and Lachlan McGowan, with a very good 
dramatic company. Messrs. J. P. West, 
H. Jerdan, Charles Brown, G. R. Melville 
and Seymour, Mrs. L. McGowan, Amy 
Chambers and Mrs. J. P. West are amongst 
it. At 

GRAFTuN 

The Lynch Family of Australian Bellring- 
ers, with Mr. Tom Marghetts (comique), 
have been giving a series of entertainments. 
On their return to Sydney they intend to 
book right through for California. 

BATHURST, 

As one time one of the most rising inland 
towns of N. S. W., has latterly been full 
of amusements, all of which have been weU 
supported. The School of Arts is now oc 
cupied by Charley Sutton (late of Emer 
son's Minstrels), Dave Gardener, R. Ross, 
H. Martin e and Professor Goulstone. The 
local papers teem with their praises as first- 
class "nigs." King, Bird & Blow's circus 
is also here, with George Gilham, J. Lewis, 
Katey Wallace and Fanny Yeamansin the 
programme. 

tamworth, 
A very small inland town, is turned almost 
topsy-turvey through the visit of "Madame 
Sibley, the Mesmerist and Wonderful 
Woman." The people there bleed freely, 
and she "gobs the dollars." 



telligence of the residents, the bulk of whom 
are of the "bucolic" persuasion. However, 
Burton & Taylor's circus has lately done a 
good stroke of "biz" in this place. 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA 

Is a very poor show place out of the prin- 
cipal city. At this present the Theatre 
Royal, Adelaide, is leased by Mr. G.B. 
Allen, the well-known composer and im- 
pressario, with the beet English opera com- 
pany that could possibly be brought together 
south of the line. Mies Alice " May (Mrs. 
G. B. Allen) is the prima donna, and 
amongst the members of the company are 
Messrs, Armes, Beaumont, Hall am, Teui- 
nleton, Vernon, Lester and Mitchell, Miss 
B. Harris, E. Lambert and Miss Fitzger- 
ald. Signor Biscicciantr is the btfBiness 
manager, Mr. G. B. Allen conductor, and 
Mona. Fleury the leader »f the orchestra. 
Signor Susini, the well-known basso, has 
lately joined the troupe fcprq Melbourne. 
The conmnr is to open stqW^ at the Opera 
House, Melbourne. 

white's ROOMS 
Have for some time been tenanted by the 
"Mirror of the Thames," a panorama 
brought over from your parts by Mr. Ris- 
ley. He will shortly show it in Melbourne. 
The Adelaide papers speak highly of it. 
Risley gave place 1o the 

HIBERKICUN EMERALDS, 

A new Hibernica ponorama and company, 
uncer the sole direition and proprietresship 
of Madame Claudi Beatie. The company 
consists of Barry O'Mara (Peter Man- 
sergh), Johnny Cowan, Shaw Cross, P. 
Gile, Thompson, (pianist), and Leaver, 
(advance agent), Miss Beatie and Bella 
Sutherland. 

TASMANIA. 

In Lanceston, ill is dullness — not even a 
sing song to "chi.se the hours away," but 
at the Town HaL in Hubaston, a very good 
"crew" is pullinc.comfortably together. It 
consists of Miss Annie Lyons, Val Vose 
(ventriloquist), W. Saunders) harpist), 
Melchoior Winer (tenor), and Charles 
Weightman (the Man Fish). 

CCEENSLANP 

Has been very dull for the show folks 
lately, some smrll one horse entertainments 
getting "stuck" till better times. The dra- 
matic season at the Queensland Theatre, 

BRISBANE, ■ 

Under the maiagement of Miss Surtees 
(Mrs. Tavares) and Mr. Morton Tavares 
elosed to give place to 

AADAME CORA, 

The artist in Legerdemain, who, with her 
husband. T. "V. Buslie, Master Johnny, 
Miss Alice Wren, Young America, and 
Mr. Martin Porde, are doing splendid 
"biz," the wind up of gifts is a great at- 
traction. Mr. Mothersell, their agent, is 
one of the most energetic of his class. At 
the School of Arts, 

MADAME ANNA BISHOP, 

With Mr. Charles Lacelles and Beaumont 
Reed, the alt.) singer from St. James Hall, 
London, are giving concerts with, I am 
sorry to hear, moderate success. The old 
Theatre Royal at 

KOCBLA.MPTON, 

Is open with a very second-rate company, 
but tbe papers intimate that the players 
and audiences are equal in liveliness and 
talent. The corps dramatique consists of 
Mr. W. H. Newton, Messrs. Douglas, 
Wright, WilBon, Forde, Liveas, Miss E. 
Wilson, Miss C. Wilson and Miss Forde. 
The township of 

WARWICK, . 

Like Albury, is only a canvas-show visit- 
ing town. LablyAshton's circus has shown 
there with Signor Farrari's dogs and mon- 
keys, and Messrs. C. Lemont, Casterlemio, 
James Ashton, Kata Ashton and J. Arm- 
strong (clown). Call Bor. 



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Palmer Bros. 

Se.ll the Palmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 25 
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PACIFIC HALL, 

....COMM1NCIKQ.... 

Monday, July ZLOila, 

And Every Evening at S o'clock. (Sundays 
eicepted). Matinee on Saturday. 

MK. KEMNEDY, 

The Scottish Vocalist, after an absence of six 

years, will appear in hia entertainments 

on tbe 

SONGS OF SCOTLAND 

On tbis occasion be will be assisted by tbe 
following members of bis family : 

MISS HELEN KENNEDY Soprano 

MJSS MARJORY KENNEDY Contralto 

MJR. DAVID K BNNEDY Tenor 

MR. ROBERT KENNEDY Tenor 

ME. JAMES KENNEDY Baritone 

■ffho will vary the programmes with selections of 

GLEES, MADBICAI.9 and PART-SONGS. 

Admission. 50 cents. Front seats. $1. 

Tickets at Grays Music. Kearny street. jy!5-td 

TENTH 

Industrial Exhibition 

1'nder tbe Anxplces of tbe 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 

Will be opened to tbe Public at tbe 

Industrial Fair Building, Eighth. St., 

Between Market and Mission, on 

Tuesday, August 17, 

At 11 A. M., with the usual ceremonies! 

Exhibitor* -will please make applica- 
tion for space without delay as none can be assured 
later than the 20th of July- By the addition of the 
new Horticultural Department 20.000 feet exhibitors' 
space have been added to the building. 

There is no charge for exhibitor's room, and steam 
power is furnished free. 

Applications for space can be made to J. H. 
GELMORE. Superintendent, or to J. H. CTTLVHR; 
Secretary, at the Meabacics' Institute. 27 Post street. 



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MANUFACTURED JOT THE 

Cal. ChemicaMPdlnt Comp'y; 

Pare White aud uny Shafo osr Color 

This Paint 1» Prepared In LJqnid FoniE 

rba.i>y fOB DBE, refniirintf uo further addition of 
oil or spirits. It is of puke white, and of any" 
shade or cob?r. 

It is composed of the be3t materials known to tho 
trade— pure unshed oil, stricttv pure avbitk 
lead, pi KE zisi', and the purest coloring matter 
le for tinting, which, bynur peculiar pro- 
cess of manufacture, are so thoroughly united, that 
they cannot separate. Heuue, it win never chalk, 
crack, or peel oil ; does not run from Beams or nail- 
holes; and for brilliancy of color and bbautt 

OF FINISH IT IS WITHOUT A ILIVAL, 

It will lost twice as long as the best White Lead. 
prepared in tho usual way. while the cost of painting 
with tbe Averlll Paint i* ! 

We have in our employ some of tbe best painters 
oo thin coast, and are prepared to furnish estimates 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING r 
lit all its details, inside and outside work, graining, 
&c : and we guamuteo tlmt all work done by us 
shall be unexci-ptt^niil in quality and style, and pos- 
sess all the ouriU we daim for tbi3 paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our office or addressed to ua, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

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the new. elegant md fast Steamer JAMES M. 
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daily {Suxdays excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 a. h. and 3 o'clock p. w., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Petaluma, Santa Eosa, Healdsburg, Lytton, Clo- 
verdale, and with stages for tionoma, Skagg'a, Mark 
West, EjrLlett and Highlands Sprint:, Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Fiak Mills, 
Gualala, Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petriiied Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Ciover- 
dale at S;10 x. m. and 3:30 P. m. , connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:40 P. M. and 8 p. m. Freight received all day. 
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Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
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Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
£teamer. 

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Steamer le»ves Green Btreet wharf Sunday at 8 
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P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

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Dica DarreU Nod Barry 

Jaitf Lon [>lxiu 

Matt Ca'roll 

Murtj Johnny Cook 

C. Harris 

Mar) MnritlaT Tinnte >V.l. h 

Mxi Murphy ,,. ■■■_.._. .^. Kivnny Hookt-r 

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trrrn Room SO C4-nl* 

Prl>Mlc Boxal $9 50 

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Alii Barbee, 

otao. o. THOMpaom 

In III. siirrlnlllr.. 
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Scrla-Tomlc Hoaa 

<TOB 

BALLAD 



JIlltBlc Kelly 

IlrnrT .Stewart 

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FRENCH DANCING MASTER! 



Mosra. le Due 

Mag?io B« 



MIS.S LOUISE LEE 

, .And (ioo. Thoinpaou. 



Ballad Carrie WllUs 

Sons 11 o*l riiinn- .....Ida FLhI( 

gerlo-Comlc Song MU* Claude 

To conclude with 

SATUE :jQ A.'K'ILaIJS, 

And His LIVING SHADOWS. 





Doors open at 7. To oommenco at 8. 



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THM EVENING 



JILT IS. 
TH. Part »»> ■ am raaai.ai. i 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG A«0 FOI 

■Waa laa rial, Pteo. In aV 1 1« ITaaaailai 

Four H;nd. Mon. 

rblatanf »lth lb. VAMElf WALK AJU'i 



INTHMIiUDn. 



HARD GHBEK. 

Prioa 
DOUBLE SONoWnd DANCE. SWAIN and WE1T 
kimi iitii.i in«k nun ii«im..to« 

Raalo a.1. n»rr. v.,i. 

"•n« and Baara .... m. t^. 

Ballad Kan. r.r 

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THE HAY MERCHANT! 

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SONGS 



Inside and Outside Servants 



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man ....Qeorsa Ko»tcr 

Paudwu ilnosTKie Relumiins to tho Society of Hi*! Wluiws 

aixl *n Kltfht hojra dny man Harmny Swain 

Mo-piu-ti-ki A UoluiUal and a Sixteen honr-A-day man 

-. Johnny Prloe 

Sir Cauliflower.... A Contraband and a no hour a day man 

Charley Nicheraon 

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Mm. Qrlndoat atmhouro. All KrilM and Scollona, Molllfl LaFoiTe.tt 

Miss Putitskihi Supposed to be a Celestial Maiden.,.. Si. Leon 

Mechanics Labore re. . . .J&tc. 

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FRANK mORTIMER 



PBICE9 or ADMISSION. 

Parquette SS oents I Boxat II SO and at 01 

Oreen Room 50 cents extra 



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lo tVS Market rti-Mt, orer Widbur'sdroji 
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promptly attended to. 

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MOVAL. REMOVAL. 

Buildiug to be Torn Down. 



1 or About the 31st of MAY, 

WILL TEStPOBARILY REMOVE TO 

02 Kearny St. 

KlAi'WHILE WE WILL 1NAUOCRATE A 

tAND REMOVAL SALE! 

t*of the next 30 .lava wi close out our Splendid 
Stock of Fine 

OOTS and SHOES 
3B©lo\?v cost, 

1 * ■■*■■ wlAln, OREAT BARGAINS can obtain them by 
Mjin. tboir Boou aai Shoe, during thin Removal oala. 

Will Ke.ocrnpj Blew Building Built EineclaUr 
■a la to lliu> tram date of Removal with the 
aatacck of BaoU and Ithaca oh the Coalt, 

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Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
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TV O ' EQT JAXj. 

In this. Pleasant Resort 

....-ONE CAN 

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gangn and IMarn, l.olli don and Fancy. 
A REGULAR VARIET1' SHOW. 

The Proprietor baring catered to tho wants ot tha 

FtrN-LOVING PUBLIC I 
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HAS ATTAINED A 
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THE PRETTLEsifOF TALENT 

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MRS. A. C. SCoTf, PROPRIETOR 

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T X 

THE ORGAN OP AMUSEMENTS. 

Pntitjihrti Every Day In the Tew. by 

a". X». BOGrAHEUS, 

AT 

538 MERCHANT STEECT, 

Below Motmramor 3*° Franclaoo 



THVKSDA Y JULY 15 

Amu sements , Etc. 

• perm Boose. 

Had Mr. Daly opened in "Divorce" it Is possible 
that he *o-ild not have bad to change theatres or 
have looked upon two nncrowded booses. Last 
«Tcnii)fc'. Piatt* Hail was filled with a deeply inter- 
ested audience, watching the action of Mr. Daly's 
stirrtof drama "Divorce" and critically scanning 
the magullleem-t dresses of Mfes Davenport and Miss 
Jeffreys Lewis. The latter was received with de" 
tided enthiuistfni and did soach during the evening 
to deepen the good Impression ehe had formerly 
made. To-night the company open their season at 
the Opera House, oo Bush street. "Divorce" will 
train be played, whan we shall take the opportun- 
ity of iurxba noticing it. 
■mcolre's New Theatre. 

Tbe production of "Enianl" proved how possible 
it is to separate good music from, and ea joy It apart 
from Its surroundings. The glorious numU.ro o 1 
this masterwork were listened to with enwrap t at- 
tention and obvious pleasure. Had the scenery and 
setting been of aa equal standard with tbe per* 
lormers. tbe sensuous charm of tbe opera might 
certainly have been Increased, but the cultivated en- 
joyment Of tbe music could scarcely have been in- 
creased. Mrs. Caroline BJchings- Bernard sang 
Elvira with all that dramatic power and rich execu- 
tion for which she has been and is still celebrated. 
Mr Carletoo's Carlos was as magnificent fn < cos- 
tuming as in ringing', and Mr. Castle as Ernani. dis- 
played unwonted strength and vigor. As to Mr. 
Conly's Siira, it is generally decided that he made a 
"hit, a palpable hit." Possessing a full, deep, pow- 
erful baas voice, be most fortunately knows bow to 
sue it. His "Foolish Dotard" (fffettee), was sucb 
a glorious rendition that an encore was most vocifer- 
ously demanded. We look forward with great In- 
terest to the repetition of "Eraari." The bouse as 
usual was full and fashionable. To-night "The 
Marriage of Figaro," 
California Theatre. 

Tbe attendance apparently increases instead of 
diminishing as the second week of "The Sbaugh- 
jaun" run* by and there now seems little doubt that 
it wfll be continued all during Mr. Eoudcaults en- 
gagement. To-morrow, we shall resume our indi- 
vidual noticing, making up tbe characters of Claire 
Ff olllott as played by Miss Pateman. 
Mexican Infantile Opera Company. 
On Sunday evening next, an extra performance of 
this troupe— Induced by the success attending that 
of last Sunday night— will be given at the Califor- 
nia Theatre. The bill is Offenbach's comic opera 
of "Robinson Crusoe," and will include a ballet of 
Savages, which was omitted at the former present- 
ation of the opera at Plat's Hall, on account of the 
jmallnees of the stage. 

Parlue Bull. 

On Monday eveidng next, tbe Kennedy family, 
"who bare established a certain reputation in Aus- 
tralia, open here in their characteristic perl ormanee 
of "Tvra Hours at Hame." 
Bnekley*8 aje.Tr Variety Theatre. 

To-morrow evening, Mr. Frank Mortimore, the 
efficient Stage Manager, of the variety theatre, 
takes a complimentary benefit, for which oeca&Ion 
an exceptionally attractive bill has been prepared. 
Palace Variety Theatre. 

"The Pride of Coonamara" is in rehearsal and 
will soon be produced, meanwhile, the bills for each 
night are full of good things. 
Hew Olympic Variety Theatre. 

The Grand Trial Dance between Devoy. Stewart, 
Howard, and Adams the English Concertina solos, 
"The French Dancing Master" wtth Mi™ Louise 
Xee as Mors. Le Due, all on the bill to-night. 
Woodward** Garden*. 

On Saturday and Sunday the beautiful Albino 
cb ildren. the greatest freak of Nature occurring in 
the human species; Mile. Victorine in her great act 
en the alackwixe; Sig. Laviti, the Fire King, in his 
astounding rpp«w (nftrnalt; Mile. Grade and Moos. 
Xeotn taeir lightning trapeze. 



A Word to the Wise, etc. 

It ia generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vandersliee 
A Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment oi Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on toe whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved t>y purchasing of tbe 
above-named firm. * 



The Old Mint UcMianrant. 

At this old-established bouse, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
thebon vivants for its good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked Oysters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors 3 
(specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give tEe "Old 
hunt'* a trial N. B. Open to 2:30 a. m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2~L 



This Ih Interesting to Evervbody, Par- 
ticularly to M runners. 

Scbafer & Co, long in the wTfOlessie 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California, Thev retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price onlv. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schafer it Co's 1\>& 
Market Btreet, and 11 and IS Geary. 

A Magnificent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
vana*, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample A: Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutler. 

Laughing Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third sTeet, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth wiihaut pt 
c e ol laughing gas, and with twelve vean 
rience in its use can warrant success v \ 
safety in tbe most difficult cases. 

Bo Mot f*n fter from Corns. 

Tbe un unate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. u. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required. H 



California Institute Tor the Cure or 
Sta nunc ring 

And impediments in speech, slipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at 632 Market street. 



Walt a Utile. 

An ingenious attempt was once made to 
escape from prison. Just before the prison- 
era marched from their shops, at the close 
of the day, one of their number, tempo- 
rarily employed about the yard, managed 
to steal a coat and hat belonging to one of 
the instructors at the prison, and, in some 
unaccountable manner, also became pos- 
sessed of a watch. Putting on the coat 
over his prison garb, and substituting the 
hat for the uniform cap, be walked boldly 
up to the door leading to the octagon, and 
rapped on it loudly. The officer responded, 
and partly opened the door. The prisoner 
in a business-like manner pulled out his 
watch, and looking at it, said : "I declare ! 
it's nearly five o'clock. I have only a few 
minutes to catch the cars. Wonder if I 
am right ? If so I must hurry along," at 
the same time attempting to put his foot 
on the threshold of the door. "Oh," re- 
turned the officer, "jour watch is all right; 
but I hardly believe that you will catch the 
train to-night. Hadn't you better wait a 

few years longer ?" 

. » 

Quiet Indeed ! 

"I shall insist upon a quiet and unosten- 
tatious wedding," said Miss Wriggle to 
her future mother-in-law. "Ma has or- 
dered 1500 cards .or the church, and only 
half as many for our reception at Delmoni- 
co's. Tiffany's -nan will see that the pres- 
ents are arranged where all can see them, 
and I think Bernstein's is the best orchestra 
-we can hire. I Bhall wear white silk, and 
my mx bridesmaids white tulle. Pa says a 
bishop and two clergymen will be ample to 

perform the ceremony, and " She 

paused for the mother-in-law elect had 
left the room to search for her son. There 
is a rumor that the engagement is off. 



How artless ! When the crowded omni- 
bus stops before a fine four-story mansion, 
one of the young women getting out invar- 
iably remarks, "Home at last 1" 

When may a chair be said to dislike you ? 
When it can't bear you. 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. AIbo, Beau 
tilul Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
stantly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers or every Bhade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1860 
and has been in successful operation ever sinee. 

" Chicago Moving Westward." 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Messrs. T. & D. Lundy, who have just opened at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's church, 
with the finest assortment ever imported to tins 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc., etc., all of which they furnish 
on easy payment ____ 

Hats which are Hats : 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" Hat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in the city. K. -B.— No shoddy hats at 
"Tbe" Hat Store. * 



Tbe Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oyBtera in market 
Served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1S&L No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery.. N. B. — Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. b 

Don't Help Tay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save fully 25 per cent, by buying of them. Their 
motto is : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra profits. L 

If Ton 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 

course of sea- water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 

Powell street. North Beach. Excluisve department 

and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

6-Q 

BurkhardtV MO Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for 28; box toed 
gaiters made to order for $6; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys* boots made to order for $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all &f 
Burkhaxdt's own make, at equally low sales, at 640 
Washington street. at 

Terr 111 and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast comer of' Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street The best 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— baa 17 front windows. Rooms for private par- 
ties. Six new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors, in 



The original "Swain's BakeryTis now established 
tn their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and icecream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 



The WlKTvam. 

The best hot lunch to be had in the city is pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugaman's, 773 Market street. 
untlef Fitegibbon's Dancing A'.ademy ; also, a se- 
lect stock of Wines, Liquors, etc. 

Clara Anton in, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 1S4 1 Poat svreet, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to tbe treatment of 
iiseasea. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-o 

Photographic. 

Edouart A Cobb 504 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
or Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-eh 



Millinery Good*, 

Wholesale and retail, at Palmer's, 726 to 734 
Market street. ____^__^ 
Palmer Bros, 

Keep the "Crown" Perfumery, the best in use 

. - Market street. 



,7» jOl. ROX3L03BUL. 

Has Just Opened at No. 205 Kearny Street, 

WEST SIDE. BETWEEN S UTTER AND EUSH, One ol :!.t Urj«l aid Finest Selections of 

Pure Horns-Mads Candies! 

Ever offered for sale on the Pacific Coast. A!f.<\ just received a large and choice variety of 
EASTERN CONFECTIONERY OF THE LATEST MAKE AND STILES. 

Pure Home-Made Candies Made Every Day. iy3-3m 



R, J.TECHAU. 



Eastern & California 

OYSTERS. 
Clams 

And all binds of 

Shell Fish. 

TERRAPIN STEW, 

SIIKLHP and CRAG 

DEVILED CRtBS. 



CLAM CHOWDEKE 

STJMMEK STB.EET, near KEAEHY, bet. PIKE 




P. D. JESSEN. 

PRIVATE 

Accommodations for 

Families and Parties 

UP-STAIRS. 

REFRESHMENTS 

AND HEALS 

At All Hours 

Tne BEST of all tbe 
Markets Afford. 

Wines, Liquors, 

GOOD CIGARS, 

English Ale and Porter. 

and CAIIFOBNIS. 



THE gUFF HMSE! 

R0IBIP6 CCEtltf "SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMIHG SURF, MORSTER SEA LlOKS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

"JRING YOUR WIFE! 

BRING YOUR PAMILTI 

BRING YOUR HDF FRIKMJt 

AndenjoraTiew of tbe Quasi, OOEAJ? PA_NC- 

KAMA IS Tan WORLD, ftJJ LB «tat of 

tbe w&r.a-reco -" z-tL- 

Golden Gate. 

With »3eet of white- winded msnengere PoterUu 
from every part of the ootdaereial norld. 

aVNeiv Line Boe^ee, oonn&ctiutt with Sues' 
Otraat Lone Mountain eTerr L'vnuqatM heraaftei 
for the Olifl Horw tyl-tf 



FREE ANO EAS'Y. 



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8 .A. X- O O 1ST, 

•ea atxssioiv street, 

Hear Seoooa, 

Erery Saturday Nf^rh.t. 

THUS. WIJLD, Chairman, 

Dntll Further Notice. 

A the test Songs next Saturday Nigh! 
EAGLES A WILD. 



ALFEED BAKRETT, 

Late of 13 Second Street, 

HAS KEMOVED TO 

44 8ECOND STREET 

NEAR JESSIE. 
£ST "Walcb.es ana Jewelry Kepalred at 
New York Prices. 

Established since 185S. my20-tf 



The Finest Batn-Hoase In the World 

will open for business on Tueftday, Jane 29th. 
Improved Turkish Bath, SI 50, or Six Tickets for 
$7 50. Refreshments extra. Ladies' days for tbe 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Baths for Ladies open everyday; 
entrance on Bagley place, off O'Farrell street ; for 
Gentlemen, II and IS Dupont at. DRS. LORYEA 
4 TRASK, Proprietors. . }e28-lw 



The Ychuis Man from the East. 
" Im a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oystere; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
rve been to all the reetaunmte, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate of Eastern oysters. 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, I can tell yon," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite the Market. 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson CorvUle beeps the place, 

Tbe best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's tbe largest oyster d'-^Jer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been bis boast. 

"He's got nice Httle private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if yoa please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to the SADDLE R0«K, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



The Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and 1b 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acta. x 

Bay State Oyster and Chop House* 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 
Give us a trial. 



Ftnc "Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Calender's, comer ol Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 

5-y 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to §5 00, at 723 to 
734 Market street. 



PLAIN TALK. 



What Will Become of this Country? 

1b the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
dayiy increasing arrival of those accursed Asiatics. 
Why it doesn't take a prophet to answer this ques- 
tion! Just as surely, as you read this, the horrore 
of civil war will be repeated again and tbe Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide of 
China emigration in time, but also for having fat- 
tened this vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to rive up the country altogther, or by a coup 
Je main, free it from it. 

But to come to the point. Those persons who cry 
loudest against this Cnina pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what else do you call 
It, when they, thin king themselves unobserved sneak 
into Chinese washhouses or cigar stands and other 
such like establishments — in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar— at the same time squandering 
hundred fold the amount in drinking, gambling and 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
bere. In the name of common sense, is this not 
the highest of folly? 

Is it then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and oatrons take 
cart; of themselves? Surely by so doing, we would 
have less idle men, woman and children among us, 
tbe prisonslesa crowded, andhavehadsomctbin''else 
bc&ideB woodchopping and getting out railroad ties 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to Ui Ls country. Of tne great numbers of ruined 
trades— let us only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in the hands of Chinamen, with tbe 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stem the 
tide, but wul surely also succumb to their rivals for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up. 
Chief among them is J. B0LLMATC8 & CO., Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street, es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides their 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar 
tbe best smoking article in market}, also manufac- 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
BaiLLAJfTBs, which brand is retailed all over the 
city and country towns, for 5 cent* each. Now, did 
you ever hear ol a Chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana cigars at that price ? We did not. Surely 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized — or has ft come already to this — that 
they should wear a tail, in order to sell their goods 
This country may come to this yet. ju7-lm 



Medical Advice. 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

£49 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. noniKTV returns lib sin- 
cere thanks to bis numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he contin ues to consult at bis 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF THE LUNGS. LTVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES- 
TIVE and GLNITO-URINARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 

Practice of many years In Europe and the United 
tates he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive the best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOHEBTY, M. D., 
mhil-tf gan Francisco, Cal. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr, Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 623 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, San Francis t-c. Lr*ranceon 
Commercial. Established in 135 * f or the 
treatuientand cure of all diseases of the-uri- 
uary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted should not 
fail to eall upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal ol 
valuable information, which he ia competent to 
Impart to those in need of his services. Dr, Gibbon 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GLREON, Box 1957, San 
Francisco. no25-tf 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am dislrlbnline Cards. Circulars. 

Handbills, etc., on the route between here and Sac- 
ramento— both by the Vallejo and htockton routes, 
includipg all way towns, and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on these 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American Exchange 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.— I can refer by per- 
mission to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fioaro for the 
manner in which I do their work. j'eS-tf 

DOG L1CEHSES_F0R 1875-76! 

Tbe New Dos Trie License Tor isir.-G Is 
now ready for delivery, at §2 each. Office— No. 7 
CITY HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses for tbe year ending July 1. 
1376 are now due and payable, and delinquent on 
the first Jay of August, after which default will be 
added. The New Badges for Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages are now laaduor delivery. 

,..,.■- Tt '*',s will make prompt 



MARKET STREET 

Bank of Savings! 

634 MAICKCT STREET, 

Opposite Palace Hotel. 

BOARD OP DIRECTORS. 

B. P. Bronxer, Johs R. Cabnahax. ^ 
Chas. N. Felton. W. W. Hanscom, 
Hiram RoaBKRAys, Thomas B. Lewis, 

C. J. Pbescott, H. J. McLerie, 

joex f. iiightner, henry f, williams, ] 
Edward Trask. 

E. P. BRUNNER, President. 
W. W. HANSCOM, Vice-President. 1 
THOMAS B. LEWIS, Secretary. 
W. J. CONOLLY. Cashier. 



Interest Allowed on All Classes of 

Deposits. Remittances from the interior can be 
sent through WELLS, FARGO & COS EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook will bo 
returned. jylO-'* 



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DIVIDEND NOTICE*. 



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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS ANuTOAN SOCIETY, 

No. 619 Clay Street. 

At a meeting of the Board of Directors. 

held this day, a Jjividecd was declared at the rate . 
of nine (91 per ceot. per annum OS ALL DPPOsrrs.J 
for the term ending June 30, 1875, free of Federal 
Tax, and payable on and alter July 15, 1875. By 
order. CYRUS W. CAM A MY, Cashier. 

San Franciaco, July 13, 1875. jylt-2w i 



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ODD FELLOWS SAVINGS BANK. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



The Board of Directors of the Odd 

Fellows' Savings Bank, have this day declared a 
Dividend at the rate of Nine and one-tenth ('.. 1-10) • 
per cent, per annum on Permanent Deposits, and 
of Seven and three-tenths (7 3-10) per cent, per an- ' 
duiii on Short Deposits for the semi-annual term 
ending June 30, 1875, payable on and after the 20th 
inst. JAMES BENSON, Secretary. - 

San Francisco. July 7. 1875. 



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DEPOSITORS- DIVIDEND. 

The Western Savings and Trust Com- 
pany, of San Francisco, California, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) percent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent, per annum on 
Ordinary Deposits, payable at their Bank, north- 
easterly corner Post and Kearny etieets, on and 
after July 10, 1875. 

EREDRIC CLAY, Cashier. 

J. H. Griffiths, Sec. jy9-lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



SECUftlTYSAVlNCSBANK *' 



No. 215 Sansome Street. 

The Directors have declared a dividend 

at the rate of Nine (9) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Beven and a Half 17',.) per cent, per 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
June 30, 1875, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after MONDAY, July 12th, 1875. 

JOHN PARROTT, President. 
tSan Francisco, June 30. 1875. jy6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. . 

German Savings and Loan Soc'y; 

The Board of Directors of this Society 
have declared the dividend for the half year ending 
June 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) p« 
annum on term deposits and seven and one-half 
per cent. 17J) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tai, payable on and after July 15. 1876.5 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mor.n.iee I'nion and Savings 
Bank of California, 5#4 California street, corner ot 
Webb.— For tbe quarter ending with June 30ttv 
1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate, 
of Eight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax. payable on and after 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER. 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savlng3 and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street, 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six -Tenths (9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (8) per cenft 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary 



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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Wehb. 

For the half year ending with .tunc 

SOtb, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the ratf, 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits anc 
seven and one half (7i) per cent on ordinary de 
posits, free nf Federal tax, payable on and aftej 
July 12th, 1875. Per order, 
je2S-lm LOVELL WHITE, Oasbier. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bant 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASONIC TEMPLE, 

Sau Francibco. 

Guarantee Capital $170.00* 

Money Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loan 
made on approved securities. This Bank Issues cei 
tificates of deposit payable in New York Philade 
phia. Boston and principal Atlantic cities, ana thi 
Canadas; also. I-ondon, Paris, Hamburgh, and a" 
the principal cities of Europe. This KankBoh'cit 

the patronage of all persona . , 

WH H. CULVER, President,. 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES. Secretary. 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES 

105 KEABNT STBEET. jell-1 



GEORGE MAYES, 
Dealer In Oystere. Claim, ""•((" 

all kinds ol SHELL FISH. SUllB Nob. 
10, 41.«.C«Ufor»l»M«*i!et, entrance 



on California Btreat. 



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tteaMjar tiaaias. Jul. i;th, 

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S'inl.j Lieuiiv, 



MONDAY M-\T 

^Ta, Diavolo. 



Tl'DDAY, LAST PERFORJCANt E OF THE 

CARRIAGE of FIGARO 



SAL* or SKATS fOR MvXr WKKK < 



r.MNi. 



»< III OF PBK r>. 
I.^r»fdv»u, Arr*rdlac to loralioa Hl.OO, SI..'* asd •..««. 

MATIN Li: PBICBS 
C*»*>rmJ AdHlwtai. *l M i Rr»rr»<-,l Heau, 5* crnU tvlr* J 
lUlroBj *dHil»l»n. U rt-aU. 

I utn of Reserved Seats irr notified thai the only 

aaa. «b«n Haats BN plM»d on ■*.<• by tfa. Management are SHKKMAN & 
JVDr i.K and lb* BOX OFFICE OF MAOVIREB THEA- 

TRE. »iJ that iter tnlnno way tw^nuHc for the transactions of speculators, 
■aa bat peats and sett than -i a pntnium. 

AaTTM a-ngh-h Opera UVri-tto* are for calr only at Sherman a Hyde's 
Mule Store, and at the Theatre at night, all other* unreliable. 

AcTThe KNAfiL PJASOS en used by the EugUah Opera Company, kindly 
fu«Jia«.l \>j A L BANCROFT A CO . 723 Market street. 

AeTWAVN 4 II.\M1.1> UKGASS, used by the English Opera, kindly 
fanaA cU '7 ^ulll-ER. _« HAHK i. CO . 633 and 636 Clay street. 



SHAUGHRAUN! 

\ew RntnAMllr •M-eam. HtThnnh-.il I irVfl. nnd tplKilnlnrnli 

k>y Mr-. 1.. W. I. I'HKTtlt, t. »l Otlllt. JOM> 1<||. 

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nent at tuilrragfru H. J. HO M M.I I: 

K..MI If.»li.i(, Ai..uiw lrUh fcrdJemao, undar atnUaoe aa 1 

Id lore «ith Art* OUaato N.l-oii lit < h« r 

talhrr Dolan. The .'arlsb I*rloat of Suilabeg, his Tuloi 

Hrnr j l.il^iinl^ 

rorr) klnrlMlii. A 8.jnlre«n V>. A. Hiwlayer 

Hanr) l»ulT. A I'ollca Agent, In dlafuUe "f ft I'eaaant under the name 
of Reach Rnherl 1'ult man 

CONN, THE SHAUGHRAUN DION BOTJCIGAULT 

The Soul of every Ball uieral; the First Fiddlo at all 

Idlogl auil Pattcrni. 
vrffitnl Jonen, of tho tlit 



flnnrai 
Krllly . 
wnlltii 

■>0>l4 

Uunuvnn. 

ArK O'Vmle. In lore with Robert, 

• Inlra r'follut, A eilgo Lwly 

Tin*. O'kfllv, Conn'o Mother. 

HinM, Fulhcr Polan's NU-ce. in love with Conn. 



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C. II. McaUycr 

Frank Hllrlnv 

.ImIoi Wliaea 

E. N. Thayer 

Hut 1 1 HuimN 

H. Harklln 

■lM liirrir Wyatl 
..MIjw Iti'llii Tut* 111:111 

Mm. Juilah 

..Ml mm .lennl*- lU-r 



Rrlrlurt Muillgun, A Keener Mm. John He flu n 

Naney Hnlone A Keener MKn Annie IIIbch 

Pt ;i~:int«. Soldlrr«, Ci.ii-.laiml)»i-> . 

THE ACTION OF THZ PLAY. 
ACT L— BctXS 1— Sullabeg. The hom^ of two Irish girla-the vielt. 
Sc^ne 2— The Blaakctfl. Conn'i cnpliotinl, Tho Fnpitivo. Two lovers. 

■ 1: 3— The exterior of Father Dolaa's. Tho Mhaughraun. OonngoeshuDtiog. 
Scene 1— Th» horuo of tho Parish Priest. Conn makea a clean breast of it. 
ACT II.— Scene 1— A room In Ballyragget House. The counter-plot. 
aVMSTE 2— Father Dolan's. Claire and Atolineux tlnd each other out. 
Scene 3— The Barrack-room. How Robert Ffolliott fell into the trap. 
Scene 4 — Mrs. O'Kelly's Cabin. Conn gets a letter and is bothered. 
Scene 5— The gate tower. The ambush and the escape. 

Scene 6— The Blaskcts. Conn and Robert hunted. How Conn played the fox. 
Boxm 7— Rathgarron Head. How Claire Ffolliot played the Decoy-duck. 
Scf.se 8— The rulna of St. Bridget's Abbey. The love tryst. 
ACT III.— Scene 1— Mrs. 0'Kelly"s cabin. The amnesty. 
Scene 2— The wake of Conn the Shaughratui. Great News. 
Scene 3— The ehanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

Scene 4 -The coot's nest. Harvey Duff gets into ft warm corner. KInchela 
cornea to a bad end. Father Dolan gives his consent * 



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PROUPR 

Saturday Evening, 

London Assurance 

MONDAY NIGHT, 



MR, DALY can give but 35 representations in San Francisco. Five Weeru 
is the Positive Limit of his visit, and during that period he will present with 
New 8cenery and Fashionable Uarniture. manufactured in New Yurk expressly 
for these performancea. the famous 800IRTY DRAMATIC NOVELTIES 
which have given his Theatre and bis Company a worl<l-wlde celebrity. Seata 
and Boxes can be secured at SHERMAN a HYDE'S, corner of Sutter and 
Kearny Streets. 

PUKES- Boxes (seating four persons), 88; Orchrgtra, #1 SO; Bal- 
cony, tftl; Admlsftlon, $1. n.illm r Prlrr* On hcslrn, wi: 
Balcony, 75 centM; tdmlrislon. IJ> ccnlt. Sub>«crl|>(lou»t for Ike 
entire nciiamu will be rceelvvd. 
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If. bos afvaa each broad culture aa ftto times 

demaoo. Tboroturh ItuUractloo Is given in all 

ii'.-i of an EDguab educaUon, and Modern 

Uniuitr." are practically taught. The discipline 

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GAS FIXTURES, 

Mantel Clocks and Bronzes, 




: : ULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

The Present QnnrUr* hn\ Inc to be Ta- 

atedfortbe New Building ol tbe S. F. Board of 
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UCH REDUCED PRICES. 

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Everybody 
Likes It. 



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Above Uaguire's New Theatre. 

Salads, Denied Crabs, Welsh Hare Kits, our own 
£ *?^?* > ?f u . ""J? e " Ejoellenoe, Bl.rei»«boTy and 
Saddle Rock Oysters fresh from our own Oyster 
Beds every mondni. Chops, Steaks. lee Creams and 
the best ol Wines and Cigars. Oyster Fricassees a 

B>ecialty. N. B. klegant private parlors for I ami- 
ea and select parties up-stalrs 

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PROGRAMMES, 

And all klnda of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BT 

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THE FASHIONABLE WORLD I 

....THE OHl,y.... 

Oyster Palace! 

In the City. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSF. 

VIKGI9.LA CITY, NEVADA. 

JOHN PIPER. . , . , Proprietor 

Tliix Eleeant Theatre can no Dented by 

tho night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. II. McCABE, 
fe28-tf 333 rhieb street. Ban Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRi 

mobahiiIto. 

TO HEIKT-JP, 

' y the Nleht, Week, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B— I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mbSt-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

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Tills Beautiful and Newly Renovated 

Theatre Is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at reasonable terms. 
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On Shortest Notice ! 

For Any Cause Whatever 1 
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and upwards, and warranted for life. Twenty years 
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....AND.... 

1 CONCLUSION 

1st Fact, 

IT IS UNIVERSALLY ADMITTED THAT 
VAN BGHAACK 4 CO. lead the CLOTHING 
TRADE of the Country in Superiority of Style, Ex- 
cellence of Workmanship and Durability of Fabric. 

2d Fact. 

VAN S0HAA0K & 00. do business on the 
sound principle of selling the beBt goods for the 
least money, making no representations as to 
quality or price that they cannot fulfill. 

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VAN SCHAACK & CO. manufacture all their 
own 01ofl*lng. and therefore mono risk of Boiling 
garments of doubtful quality or workmanship. 

4th Fact, 

VAN SCHAACK & 00'S stock is immense 
and well assorted, offering to all purchasing the 
best opportunities for procuring, their outfits of 
Summer Clothing. 

Conclusion. 

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ation of VAN SCHAACK & CO'S Btook, and a 
com prison of goods as well afl prices. 

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Importers and Dealers in 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

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KEARNY STREET, 

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Be'.ow Moatgmnew San Francisco 



FKIDAY JULY 10 



(In oonMttiietie* of tlie -iemand for yesterday's 
FlOA»ooontalaiiJ«" , Can Boy's" Ion* tod inUrert- 
iag Ao#tr»ll*n k-t:er, we hare republished it in to- 
day's uroel 
OUR AUSTRALIAN LETTER. 

[FTIOM OL'R WoUUK bORMlMrO.tl'B-VTj 
MlXBODBtfB, June 1-t. 187& 
Mrt)tu« Figaro : Since my epistle of 
hut month we have had a sen- 
what promises to be, to us, a very severe 
winter. Heavy rain?, dew% Mid 
some of which latter would remind a Lon- 
don cockney of the good old "pea-soupers** 
of his native city. The general health of 
the people too has not been of the best— the 
mortality in the city, and suburbs, piind- 
pally from measles and typhoid fever, has 
in a given time being greater than of yore. 
AdulU suffering from the former like young 
children. These occurrences have, a^ Jriou 
aaay well suppose, anything but a beneficial 
influence on theatrical and other kindred 
entertainments. 

THE THEATRE ROYAL 

however bA rf , under the able management 
erf Messrs. H. R. Harwood, R. Stewart, 
J. Henoingj and G. Coppin, presented 
to patrons a succession of new artists 
and DMveltias. _\t the date of my last 
epistle Mr. C'oppin'a aid as a comedian was 
called in to back up the failure of the 
Stones ; it had the deserved effect, he 
brought the business up at least fifty per 
cent. Mr. and ilrs. Stone have met with 
disappointment and did not even shine be- 
side the members "of the stock company. 
They must have either over-estimated their 
own abilities, or have been wrongly ad- 
vised to come out here. As I have before 
averred nothing, either as regards artists, 
shows, or pieces, but those of the very first 
class will nave any show of success here. 
But Viae will meet with commensurate 
success. I again advise artists who medi- 
tate paying hs a visit to pause and think 
twice before making their determination 
to "solicit our suffrages." Cm the depar- 
ture of the Stones, McCoppin, single- 
handed, took up the running until the 
appearance of the clever ventriloquist, Mr. 

E. D Da VIES, 
Who made a most successful hit, in fact, it 
is very generally acknowledged that out 
here his equal has never been seem He 
closed with nis benefit last Thursday week 
to a crammed house. The evening's enter- 
tainment was* however, greatly marred by 
Mr. Da vies himself, who showed very evi- 
dently that he had but shortly before left a 
very "convivial dinner," and this too on hie 
benefit night ! Mr. Coppin has been com- 
pelled to close his engagement in conse- 
quence of the opening of Parliament, he 
being member of the Legislative Assembly 
of East Melbourne, and under a promise to 
bis constituents that he would not perform 
at any time while the Houses were in sit 
ting. The re-engagement of Australia's 
favorite actress, 

MISS ELEANOR CARET, 

Followed the secession of Messrs. Coppin 
- and Davies. This handsome and accom- 
plished young lady made her re-appearanse 
as Naomi Tighe in Robertson's comedy of 
/'School," and was well received. This ad- 
dition to their corps dramatique, adds 
greatly to its strength. It is now the 
strongest, south of the line, and includes 
Mr. Dam pier, (the able stage manager), 
Mr. F. C. Appleton, (who has just taken 
his degrees at the Melbourne University), 
Mr. Stuart O'Brien, Mr. John Dunn, 
("That Rascal Jack.") Mr. Arthur Garner, 
Mr. C. PL Taylor, Mr. H. Leston, Mr. 
Gladstone, Mr. H. Warde, Mr. Maynard 
and Mr. J. R. Greville, Miss Cary, 
Miss Blanche Stammers (Mrs. A. Garner), 
Miss Katherine Russell (Mrs. Dampier), 
Miss Docy Stewart (Mrs. Collins), Miss 
Jenny Bryce (Mrs. F. C. Appleton), Miss 
Nellie Stewart, Mrs. Edwin Bryer and 
Miss Helene Paget Last Saturday night, 
however, was the grand night of the season, 
as it was the occasion of the first produc- 
tion in this Colony pf Boucicaults play 

THE SHACGHEAL'N. 

The house, long before the rising of the 
curtain, was crowded in all parts with a 
very large and fashionable audience whose 
applause from beginning to end was of the 
most hearty and vociferous character. The 
general verdict, both of the public and the 
press, has been expressed that it is one of 
the most complete and magnificent produc- 
tions ever seen in Melbourne. The really 
splendid scenery painted by that premier 
of scenic artists, 

KB. JOHN HENSTNGS, 

Baffles all description of its beauty. In it 
he has excelled all his previous efforts, and 
leads one to think that he has reached the 
summit of his profession. Loud and re- 
peated calls were made for him during the 
evening, but, while feeling naturally grati- 
fied at such a warm recognition of his work, 
he modestly contented himself with the 
congratulations of his friends in the dress 
circle and cafe. The re-appearance, after 
an absence of some twelve years from Mel 
bourne, of 

MR. CHARLES WHEATLEIGH, 

Was the signal for a real Australian recep 
tion. On his appearance, cheer upon cheer 
rang through the house, for a time discon- 
certing the actor and stopping the action of 
the play. Mr. Wheatleigh's Conn the 
Shaughraun, was an immense performance. 
He carried his audience with him right 
thr ugh, and met with an unmistakable 
"personal" call at the end of the play. Mr. 
wheatleigh was excellently supported 
throughoL y the company, especially so 
by 

JtR. A. DAJOTEB, 

"Whose assumption of the character of Har- 
vey Duff, the police spy, was a fine bit of 
artistic character acting. The cringing, 
fawning fear : : the infuriated mob in the 
last scene being especially well delineated. 

THE MANAGEMENT 

deserve the hearty thanks for the generous 
liberality they have displayed in "getting 
up" the play. Neither trouble, tone or 

■ 



money has been spared in its production, 
and its style would, I am certain, elicit the 
commendation of the great Dion Bouci.- 
cault himself. Playwrights in your parts 
who may entrust Messrs. Harwood & Co. 
with any of their auceessrol productions 
may rest a*-,ured they will do justice to 
them. The "Shaughraun" is defined tor a 
long and successful ran. 

THE OPEKA HOUSE 

Has been doing a fair share of I 
lately, with opera bouffe, though the man- 
agement with a wish to meet with public 
support has $een fit to engage supplemen- 
tary attractions. The opera bouffe season 
will close with this week. Almost every 
work of that kind which has been r< 
in England, has been presented her?. "lie 
Petit Taust," "Lea Cents Vier^es, "The 
Princess of Trebizonde," (revived), "La 
Pericbole" and "Girofle-Girofla," (now run- 
ning), have been successively played by the 
very talented company with whom Mr. 
Lyster has surrounded himself. It includes 
Mi.-s Clara Thompson, (sister to Miss 
Lydia Thompson), Miss Jennie Winston 
(Mrs. Bell). Mr. J. H. Fox, Miss Bessie 
Koval. Miss Maggie Stewart and Mi 
sifly; Messrs. Henrv Bracy [stake mana- 
ger), Daniels, Kitts, H. Bell, George Leo- 
pold, and Darbyshire. In the production 
of the different operas bouffe 

MB. W. 8. LYSTER 

Has been most prodigal, sparing no money 
to insure their proper presentation. At 
a large salary he has engaged that eccentric 
genius, but clever musician, 

JOHN HILL, K. B. R. A. M-, 

As the musical conductor and scorer of the 
operas. In this particular position and as 
an organist and violinist, Mr. Hill has not 
his equal in this hemisphere. The supple- 
mentary entertainments to which I have 
alluded, consisted of the first appearance 
in Melbourne, of Mr. Charles Weigh tman, 
or as he professionally styles himself 

SW.T..TOR THE MAN FISH. 

Hi* performance was certainly very won- 
derful and was an attraction. He was suc- 
ceeded by 

val vose, 
The ventriloquist who came out with 
"Ginger Blue" Smith's Variety Company 
from London same time back. Vose has 
been absent for some time in New Zealand, 
is a very young man and very clever. On 
his re-appearance at the Opera House, he 
showed that his powers were more matured, 
but the talent is there and it is only time 
and strict application that will land him at 
the top of the tree of ventriloquism. He 
is not equal to Davies, from want of experi- 
ence only. Then on Vose's heels followed 
Monsieur Bosco, whose performances were 
very crude, but certainly very original. He 
disappeared after three nights. A season 
of English opera will succeed the close of 
the present series of opera bouffe. Mr. 
Lyster deserves the warm thanks of the 
music-loving portion of the colonies for his 
strenuous efforts to produce all the musical 
novelties of the old world at the earliest 
possible time here. I think it likely a fare- 
well benefit will be tendered to him during 
this week. The United States Minstrels 
at the 

APOLLO HALL, 

Have achieved a well deserved success. It 
was a daring venture to take the hall when 
they did as it had such to a very low level, 
though in one of the best parts of the town. 
They are now in their fifteenth consecutive 
week and doing very good business. The 
" boys " consist of George Bockafeller, 
Thomas Campbell, Charles Holly, T. Buck- 
ley, H. Lloyd, Tommy Hudson, A. J. 
Oxest, O. Condurt and T. Wilkins. The 
"boys" seem to have made this place their 
"Minstrel Home" permanent, and they de- 
serve it, they work very hard and act up 
to the old axiom that "Those who please 
to Live must live to please." 

st. geobge's hall. 
Has been tenanted for the past few weeks 
by Ho worth's Hibernica of Irish life and 
scenery. Mr. Tim Cohan and his wife 
Marie Poraier and Mr. Harry Nickolson 
(Dutch delineator), and Nick Fieullade, 
leader of the band, meet with cordial re 
ceptions. It would be as well however, if 
Mr. Howarth provided himself with a 
gentleman as advance agent. It would, I 
am sure, add more to his success. Mr. 
Alphabet Williams, as this precious speci- 
men of an agent styles himself, with his 
low vulgarity and contemptible airs, I will 
not believe to be a representative of Amer- 
ican agents, in general 

THE COLOSSEUM 

Has a variety company consisting of Annie 
Nesbitt, Alt. Massey and a few others of a 
very mediocre stamp. 

THE KENNEDY FAMILY 

Of Scotch players, reciters and singers 
have played a farewell season in this city 
at the Atheneum Hall, and made their 
final show at the Town Hall, on the Queen's 
brithdav, May 24*.b, last. There were 
some thousands of people to hear their 
last programme "Twa Hours at Hame. " 
They will leave Sydney for your Coast by 
the Macgregor on the 5th of this month. 
I can truthfully assert they are a clever 
troupe; but their entertainments are essen- 
tially Scotch. 

THE CARANDINI TEOCPE, 
Consisting of Madame Caradini and her 
two daughter, and MesBrs. Walter Shewin 
and Edwin Amery have just returned to 
Melbourne after a tour in the Renerna 
District. They intend taking a spell for a 
time. Miss Isabella Carandini and her 
husband George Cottevill, the clever mon- 
ologuist have seceded from the Carandini 
corps and meditate a tour through Wes- 
tern Australia. It is seldom this, the last 
of English convict settlements — has a visit 
from any professionals or show people. 

THE PROVINCES 

Have been visited by an immense number 
of entertainments of all trades and descrip- 
tions during the last month, but the second 
city in the colony and the new See of a 
Bishopric 

BALLARAT 

Has had to put up with a series of concerts 
at the Mechanics Institute, by the local 
Harmonic Society. But next week a little 
life will be infused into their amusements 
by the opening of the new 

ACADEMY of mdsic. 
Which has been built at an expense of 
£13,000, by that liberal squatter and high- 
minded gentleman, Mr. Clarke, who lately 
on the death of his father, the Hon. J. 
S. Clarke, came into cash and landed prop- 
erty valued at over three millions of money. 
The opening will be signalized by the first 
appearance in that gold-field city, of 



LVSTER'S OPERA BOUFFE COMTANT. 

During the season all the works which 
have been bo popular in Melbourne, will 
be presented. A successful season is rea- 
sonably anticipated. 

:long 
Has been 1>are of rational amusements 
lately. Tea fights, muffins worries, scau- 
dal, etfk ry), and Glory to God 

tea have had a very good innings; 
and are nearly played out— at least for a 
time. Last night Howartb's Hihernica, 
which ha* done a good season in Melbourne, 
opened to a tolerable house. 

SAND] 
Is very well provided with " relaxation." 
The Princes* Theatre, under the Manage 
inent of Mr. J. P. Macdonald hi 
xuenced what promises to be a good dra- 
■ aaon. Among '.he company 16 found 
the names of Mr. EL Sefton (loaned from 
the Theatre Royal, Melbourne), Mr. and 
Mr*. R. H. Lawrence (Miss Polty Greorge, 
and who both lately returned from India 
and China), and Mr. W. G. Carey. The 
Theatre Royal (a variety show), has as at- 
tractions, Lance Lenton and Sally Lloyd 
(Miss Alice O'Brien), and Charles Rice. 
At the St. James Hall, Barlow — little Bar- 
low, the orijrinal Blue-Tailed Fly, is doing 
big ''biz,'' with a clever, but small troupe, 
Little Jessie and Messrs. Lewis and West- 
ropp. 

H. F. AND AMY STONE, 

After their season at the Theatre Royal, 
Melbourne, organized a company consist- 
ing of Miss Amy Stone, Mr. H. F. Stone, 
Miss Emily Barrington, Mr. W. T. Kersh, 
Advance Agent, and W. Evans, Business 
Manager, to travel in the interior. Their 
entertainment is called *' Our Country 
Cousin," They have already visited Dagles- 
ford, Taradale and at present are at Castle- 
maine. 

.THE "gRIF" DRAMATIC COMPANY, 

Under the management of Mr. Frank Tow- 
ers, returned lately from a season in Tas- 
mania, have taken to the up-country towns. 
The "star," Miss Rosa Towers, is a very 
clever child actress. The company has 
among its members Mr. S. Wolfe, Harry 
Power, E. C. Osborne, J. Martin, Nangry, 
Carotin and Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
Towers and Miss Kate Douglas. They 
have visited Ballarat and Pleasant Creek, 
and will' shortly appear at the Theatre 
Royal, Castlemaine. 

THE MELBOURNE DRAMATIC COMPANY, 

A '"scratch" troupe, got together under dif- 
ficult circumstances by Sir. J. D. Marsh, 
late prompter of the Theatre Royal, Mel- 
bourne, and who lately seceded from that 
establishment, are performing at the Thea- 
tre Royal, Stawell. Miss Julia Milne, is 
the "star," and in the company are Miss 
Emma Marsh and Messrs. J. Howe and 
W. M. Brown. 

NEW aOCTH WALES, 
Lovers of amusement have no cause to 
complain of a dearth of amusements. There 
are traveling companies in the east, the 
west, the north and the south. In 



The centre of attraction is. the Queen's 
Theatre, where 

the Williamson's 
Are carrying everything before them. At 
this present they are appearing in "Little 
"Nell and the Marchioness," in which dual 
character Miss Maggie Moore is as success- 
ful as when in Melbourne. Their season in 
the city of the "constables" has been longer 
and quite as successful as their Melbourne 
tour. When they'll finish in Sydney isonly 
in the womb of time. 

the opera season, 
At the Victoria, has been a gigantic failure 
from the initial to the final performance, 
last week. A second season is promised, 
and it is to be hoped with better results both 
to the public and the management. It must, 
however, be confessed that atmospheric in- 
fluences on the voices of the singers was 
one of the main causes of failure. Signor 
Carmini Motley, who came here with Mme. 
Anna Bishop, has severed his connection 
with her and joined the company here, 
which consists of Signorini Zenoni Gamboa, 
Tamburini Coy, Magi and Signors Dondi, 
Rosnati, Coy and Johnson. Signor Pom- 
pei is the Director, and Signors Georza and 
Zelman, Conductors. At the School of 
Arts, Mr. J. E. McDonough is showing his 
puppets, 

THE MARIONETTES, 

And report states, to good audiences. The 

■ st. ceorge's hall, 
In that city (Sydney), has been opened as 
a Variety Entertainment, with a very good 
company consisting of Miss Marian Saun- 
ders, Miss Lucy Osborne, Miss Blanche 
Neville, Ncrah Huxlev,. Messrs. James Fil- 
gate, Harry Flynn and Professor Heemecke 
(wizard). At 

: L'.l T RN, 
The Mechanics' Institute was, at last ad- 
vices, tenanted by the Star Magnet troupe 
of Minstrels, including J. Oaten, Alic 
O'Brien, Charley Wallace, Harvey, Frank 
Lloyd and Johnny Burgess. The Theatre 
Royal at 

NEWCASTLE 

Is now open by Messrs. Edmund Holloway 
and Lachlan McGowan, with a very good 
dramatic company. Messrs. J. P. West, 
H. Jerdan, Charles Brown, G. R Melville 
and Seymour, Mrs. L. McGowan, Amy 
Chambers and Mrs. J. P. West are amongst 
it. A.t 

GRAbTON 

The Lynch Family of Australian Bellring- 
ers, with Mr. Tom Marghetts (comique), 
have been givingaserieB of entertainments. 
On their return to Sydney they intend to 
book right through for California. 

BATHTJRST, 

As one time one of the most rising inland 
towns of N. S. W., has latterly been full 
of amusements, all of which have been well 
supported. The School of Arts is now oc- 
cupied by Charley Sutton (late of Emer- 
son's Minstrels), Dave Gardener, R. Ross, 
H. Martine and Professor Goulstone. The 
local papers teem with their praises as first- 
class *'nigs." King, Bird & Blow's circus 
is also here, with George Gilham, J. Lewis, 
Katey Wallace and Fanny Yeamans in the 
programme. 

TAMWOP.TH, 

A very small inland town, is turned almost 
topsy-turvey through the visit of "Madame 
Sibley, the Mesmerist and Wonderful 
Woman." The people there bleed freely, 
and she "gobs the dollars.'" 

ALBURY 

Is a very so-so town. A circus or canvas 
show is about up to the standard of the in- 



telligence of the residents, the bulk of whom 
are of the "bucolic" persuasion. However, 
Burton & Taylor'* circus has lately done a 
good stroke of "biz" in this place. 

SOCTH AUSTRALIA 

I« a very poor show place out of the prin- 
cipal city. At this present the Theatre 
Royal, Adelaide, is leased by Mr. G. T&. 
Allen, the well-known composer and im- 
pressatio, with the best English opera com- 
pany that could possibly be brought together 
south of the Line. Mis3 Alice May (Mrs. 
G. B. Allen) is the prima donna, and 
amongst the members of the company are 
Messrs. Armes, Beaumont, Hallam, Tem- 
j'leton, Vernon, Lester and Mitch- 11, Mies 
15. Harris, E. Lambert and Miss Fitzger- 
ald. Signor Bisciccianti is the business 
manager, Air. G. B. Allen conductor, and 
Mons. Fleury the leader of the orchestra. 
Signor Susini, the well-known basso, has 
lately joined the troupe from Melbourne. 
The company is to open shortly at the Opera 
House, Melbourne. 

white's booms 
Have for some time been tenanted by the 
"Mirror of the Thames," a panorama 
brought over from your parts by Mr. Pus- 
ley. He will shortly show it in Melbourne. 
The Adelaide papers speak highly of it. 
Risley gave place to the 

HIBERNICON E3TEEATD3, 

A new Hibernica ponorama and company, 
uncer the sole direction and proprietress hip 
of Madame Claude Beatie. The company 
consists of Barry O'Mara (Peter Man- 
sergh), Johnny Cowan, Shaw Cross, P. 
Gile, Thompson, (pianist), and Leaver. 
(advance agent). Miss Beatie and Bella 
Sutherland. 

TASMANIA. 

In Lanceston, all is dullness — not even a 
sing song to "chase the hours away," but 
at the Town Hall in Hobaston, a very good 
"crew" is pulling comfortably together. It 
consists of Miss Annie Lyons, Val Vose 
(ventriloquist), W. Saunders) harpist), 
Melchoior Winter (tenor), and Charles 
Weightinan (the Man Fish). 

QUEENSLAND 

Has been very dull for the show folks 
lately, some small one horse entertainments 
getting "stuck'' till better times. The dra- 
fiiatic season at the Queensland Theatre, 

BRISBANE, 

Under the management of Miss Surtees 
(Mrs. Tavares), and Mr. Morton Tavares 
closed to give place to 

MADAME CORA, 

The artist in Legerdemain, who, with her 
husband. T. W. Buslie, Master Johnny, 
Miss Alice Wren, Young America, and 
Mr. Martin Forde, are doing splendid 
"biz," the wind up of gifts .is a great at- 
traction. Mr. Mothersell, their agent, is 
one of the most energetic of his class. At 
the School of Arts, 

MADAME ANNA BISHOP, 

With Mr. Charles Lacelles and Beaumont 
Reed, the alto singer from St. James Hall, 
London, are giving concerts with, I am 
sorry to hear, moderate Bucces3. The old 
Theatre Royal at 

EOCKAMPTON, 

Is open with a very second-rate csmpany, 
but the papers intimate that the players 
and audiences are equal in liveliness and 
talent. The corps dramatique consists of 
Mr. W. H. Newton, Messrs. Douglas, 
Wright, Wilson, Forde, Liveas, Miss E. 
Wilson, Miss C. Wilson and Miss Forde. 
The township of 

WARWICK, 

Like Albury, is only a canvas-show visit- 
ing town. Lahly Ashton'scircushas shown 
there with Signor Farraria-dogs and mon- 
keys, and Messrs. C. Lemnnt, Casterlemio, 
Jamgs. Ashton, Kata Ashton and J. Arm- 
strong (clown). Call Boy. 

For Perfect-Flttlns Boots 

Go to James Matthews, the A 1 bootmaker and 
last maker, 527 Sacramento street. 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 25 
a pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



'TWA HOURS AT HAMF.' 



PACIFIC HALL, 

, . . .COMMENCING . . ... 

Monday, Jxily 19tli, 

And Every Evening at S o'clock. (Sundays 
excepted). Matinee on Saturday. 

MR. KENNEDY, 

The Scottish Vocalist, after an absence of six 

years, will appear In his entertainments 

on the 

SONGS OF SCOTLAND 

On this occasion he will be assisted by tbe 
f oUonifig members of his family : 

MTS9 HELEN KENNEDY Soprano 

MISS MARJORY KENNEDY Contralto 

MR. DAVID KENNEDY Tenor 

MR. ROBERT KENNEDY Tenor 

MR. JAMES KENNEDY Baritone 

Who will vary the programmes with selections of 

CLEES, fl ADRIC 1LS and PAKT-SONGS. 

Admission, 50 cents. Front seats, $1. 

Tickets at Grays Mreic Store. Kearny St. jyl5-td 

TEKTXH 

Industrial Exhibition 

* Tiller the Auspices of the 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 

Will be opened to tbe Public at the 

Industrial Fair Building, Eighth St., 

Between Market and Mission, on 

Tuesday, August 17, 

At II A- m, with the usual ceremonies! 

Exhibitors will please make amplica- 
tion for apace without delay as none can he assured 
later than the 20th of July. By the addition of the 
new Horticultural Department 20.000feei exhibitors' 
space have been added to the building. 

There is no charge for exhibitor's room, and steam 
power is furnished free. 

Applications for space can be made to J. H. 
GrLMOEE. Superintendent, or to J. H_ CULVER; 
Secretary, at tbe Mechanics' Institute, 27 Po3t street, 
personally or by letter, who will furnish all informa- 
tion and promptly answer all inquiries. 

By order Board of. Managers. 

|ll3-lni A. S. KALUBIE, President. 



AVERILL 

CHEMICAL FAINT! 

MAtnjFAOTUKED BY THE 

Cal. ChemicsJJalnt Comp'y, 

Pare White and any Shade or Color 

Tli Is Paint Ik Prepared In Liquid Farm i 
READY fob use, requirint,- no further addition of ] 
oil or spirits. It is of pure white, aud of any I 
shade or color. 

It is composed of the be3t materials known to tho 
trade— pcre lissi.kl. oil, srr.icnv pure whitm 
lead. priiE zinc, aud thu purest coloring matter 
procurable lor listing;, whicjl, by our peculiar pro- 
cessol manufacture, are so thoroughly united, thatll 
they cannot Separate. Heuco, it will never chalk, 
crack, or peel off : does m.t run irom e^ams or nail- " 
: lOr HKILl.IANCY OK COLOR AND BEAUTY',' 
OF FISI.SU IT IS WITHOUT X ILIVAL, 

It will last twice a* long as the beat White LeadVl 
prepared in thfi usual way. while the cost of paintingA 
with the Averill Paint is less. 

We have in our employ some of the best painters 
on this coast, and are prepares to furiiich estimates 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING! 
In all its details, Inside and outside work, graining, 
&c ; and we guarantee that all work done by U8 
shall be unexceptional in quality and style, andpoa- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint 

Orders for work or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our office or addressed to'us, will receive prompt at* 
tention. 

Office and Drpot, 117 Pine Street, 

Between Front and Battery. jy7.1ir 



S. F.&N.P. RJI.& STEAMERS- ,/ 
Change of Time. 

On and after Monday. May 31st. 1875, 

the new, elegant and fast Steamer JAAIES M. 
DONAHUE, Capt. W. Warner, will make two tripa 
daily (9ut>dayB eicepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. and 3 o'clock P. ac. co*i 
meeting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Healdsburg, Lytton, Clo* 
Terdale, and with stages for Sonoma. Skagg's, Mark 
West, Bartlett-and Highlands Spring. Point Arena.' 
Sebastopol. Bodega, Duncan's MUle, Fisk Milla, 
Gualala. Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silvar Mines. Returning the cars will leave CioTer- 
dale at 8:10 A. k. and 3:30 p m. , connecting at Don- 
ahue with steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:40 P. M. and 8p.m. Freight received all day, 
THE GEYSKfiS. 



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Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the city, seven hours — passing the most beautiful 
and picturesque scenery on this coast. Excursion 
Geyser Tickets sold only at General Office or on 
steamer. 

SUNDAY EX4 UtSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, airiveB in San Francisco at 8:15 
p. M 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets. 

P. DONAHUE, Presideni 

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Colonel Frnton Charles KflUU 

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Dick DanvU Ned Barry 

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The Flower of Connamara ! 

P«rqBfl 25 cenlg 

lireen Konra 50 crnls 

Prlvalr Boxr* 85} 00 

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And His LIVING SHADOWS. 



Frtday Evening July 23 

0RANO JOINT BENEFIT TO . 

HARRY DET0I& HENRY STEWART 

Admission 25 renin 

Orcbeslra ScntM so cents 

Private Boxen 93 so and #:t 00 

Doors open at 7. To commence at S. 



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«"»« Goorxo Poster 

Pauik-en OpoKipe....B*;li«)jriui{ to the Sodety at H<«1 follows 

And an ELjht hoar n 'lay mau ftAmioy Swain 

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CANDIES. 

All Rinds of the Placat Candy Mada 

at our Steam Candy Factory daily. All orders, os- 
peclally from the country, are solicited aud will b*> 
promutly Attendod to. 

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aolS 10T Mont«om«rr Street, near Butter, 



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REMOVAL. REMOVAL 

Building to be Torn Down. 

)n or About the 3 I at of MAY, 

WILL TEHPOBARTLY REMOTE TO 

02 Kearnv St. 

MBANWHILB Wl WILL 1NAC0URATE A 

JRAJSD REMOVAL SALE ! 

For the oeirt SO dsyi wi close out our Splendid 
Stock vl fine 

BOOTS and SHOES 
Eielo\7ir Cost. 



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burins thin Boot* Md Shoes during thl. Removal Sale. 

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Tor ul.H Dan fi-om d.i. ,f itmoval wltn the 
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ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
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Only Leqal Jonrnal Published West 
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IT HAS RECEIVED THE CORDIAL ENDORSEMENT 
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Fun, Pleasure. Variety and 
Beauty. 

NO EQTJAJJ. 
In this Pleasant Resort 

ONE CAN 

Pais an Evening 

MOST DELIQHTFITLLT. 

Sonffa and Dauccs, liorh Cloe and Fancr. 
A REGULAR VARIETY SHOW. 

The Proprietor having catered to the mats ot the 

FUN-LOVING PUBLIC I 
Both Here and in Virginia City 

HAS ATTAINED A 
Popularity I ncnaJ led ON THIS COAST 

THE PRETTIEST - OF TALENT 

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MRS. ft. c. scoTt, proprietor 

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BatuMQ Sutler and Baah SarMt. ^^^^^_„ 
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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 
Pttbiiab&d Every Day la the Year, by 

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531 MERCHANT STBEET, 

Below Montgomery ^ grandBOO 



7KIDAY JULY 16 



Amu sements , Etc. 

■ acnirf- New Theatre. 

lArt night, "Tbe Marriage of Figaro," was re- 
peated to a lull house and In as capital a manner as 
on Monday la*t. To-night "The Bohemian Girl" 
will be repeated with an entire change of cast to 
that given on Tuesday. This evening Mme. Bose- 
wald will sing ArUne, Miss Annandale theGypej 
Queen, Mr. Carleton Count Arohelm, Mr. Peases 
DariUboof and Mr. Maaa Tbaddeu*. 
California Theatre. 

Miss Claire Ffolliott like little Moya Doolan, has 
also a love affair on hand, out she, conducts it very 
differently In Moya's case It is simply the loTe of 
Gill lor Jack, but In Mh» Claire's caae it Is the lore 
of a Montague lor a Capulet. In tbo first place the 
van she lore* is the captain of an English regimciit, 
in the second place he is scouring the country to ar- 
rest her brother, and in the third place he arrests 
aer brother under her very eyes. It is against all 
these contending facts that) Miss Ffolliott's love has 
to strive and thrive, and Miss Pateman s portrayal Of 
the conflicting feelings is one of the most charming 
things wo have seen hor do. Certes, tbe part isnota 
long one nor a great one, but it calls for the dlaplay 
of much natural feeling or it would not stir the 
hearts of the people. Her love-making is neither 
stilted nor stagy. Tenderness has it now and now 
dislike has tbe upper hand, and out ol all this wav- 
ering there spring two or Jireeof tbe prettiest scenes 
in "The Shaughraun." What can bo prettier for 
instance than the scene between the Captain 
and Miss Claire in the priest's cottage or, that when 
she tells her brother to 'take Father Doolan 'e arm." 
Altogether, tbe character is a charming one.and— -to 
this all say, "aye"— charmingly played. , 

"Standing room only" is now tbe stereotype 
notice concerning the bouse. 
Opera nous*-. 

There seems to be no doubt as to the wisdom if 
the change from Piatt's Hall to this cosy little thea- 
tre. The peculiarly qoiet style of acting which is 
the fashion with Mr. Daly's company was ineffective 
in tbe large building, but in this theatre where there 
is little distance between actors and audience, all 
the points tell, be they never so quietly given. One, 
and tbe chief result of the migration, was seen in 
the crowded house present. Another wag the in- 
creased warmth of the actors, and the third was 
the complete thawing oat of tbe audience. "Di- 
vorce" was better played here than at Piatt's Hal], 
and in consequence, was attentively followed by tbe 
house, whilst those in the cast— notably. Miss Jeff- 
reys Lewis as Miss Fanny Ten Eyck, Mrs. Gilbert 
as Mrs, Judge Kemp, Mr. Lewis as Templeton Jitt, 
and Miss Davenport as Lu Ten Eyck,— were fre- 
quently and warmly applauded. To-night, "Frou- 
Frou." 

Mexican Infantile Opera Company. 
On Sunday evening next, an extra performance of 
this troupe — induced by the success attending that 
of last Sunday night— will be given at the Califor- 
nia Theatre. The bill is Offenbach's comic opera 
of "Robinson Crusoe," and will include a ballet of 
Savages, which was omitted at tbe former present- 
ation of tbe opera at Plat's Hall, on account of the 
smallneesof the stage. 
Pacific Hull. 

On Monday evening next, the Kennedy family, 
who have established a good reputation in Aus- 
tralia, as may be seen from "Call Boy's" letter on 
another page, open heroin their characteristic per- 
formance of "Twa Hours at Hatne." 
Buckley's New Variety Theatre. 

This evening, Frank Mortimore, the stage mana- 
ger, takes a benefit. The bouse will, of course, be 
packed. A bill of extra attractions has been pre- 
pared and will be given. A host of volunteers. 
Palace Variety Theatre. 

There is a capital bill for this place of amusement 
to-night, including Julian Adams and his concer- 
tina, 8 am Bay] la and his shadows. Alii Barbee and 
his "cold wittles," and Geo. Thompson and his fun. 
Sew Olympic Variety Theatre. 

'The Brand of Shame" has made a hit, thanks to 
the capital acting of Hughey Robinson as Mike 
Murphy, and Vinnle Welch as Mary Murphy. There 
are many other good acts and a scope of special ties. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday tbe beautiful Albino 
eh ildren, the greatest freak ol Nature occurring In 
the h urn an species ; MUe. VI ctorine in her great act 
em the siaclrwire; Big. Lavitf, the Fire King, in his 
astounding rrpas inftmait; MUe. Grade and Mons. 
Leo in their lightning trapeze. 
Holes. 

"Wager" Is informed that "Sotharn of 'Lord 
Dundreary' fame," is an Englishman, although bis 
professional success was first assured in America. 



A Word to the wise, etc 

It is generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to the fact, that Messrs. Vanderslice 
A Co., on Sutter street, a lew doors below Kearny 
street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of thejr own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and PreciousStonesareequa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by rnirchasine: of tbe 
above-named hxm. * 



The Old Mint Uc*taurant. 

At this old-established bouse, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
tbe bon vi vants for its good tbings,"can be procured 
the finest and best cooked OvBters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specialty. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee. the 
new proprietor, invites the public to give the "Old 
Mint" a trial. N. B. Open U> 2:30 a. m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-L 

Do Not sutler from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers fmm Corns, Bunions 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cab. find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. n. We apeak from experi- 
ence, bAvintr tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence give required. H 



This Is Interesting to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

fichafer & Co, long in tbe wholesale business 
hsre-tbe largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of cust?ni-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to Ca. rnia. They retail their goods at 
■p. holeeale prices, one price only. Those who are 
bard to fit can bo suited at Schafer & Go's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 

Da. Chas. C. CDosskll (late TJ. S. A.), office 



TOV B K ISS. 

You kiBSed me love, do you remember 

The seeiie that is 60 fresh to : 
A bitter night— it was December— 

Eight years ago '- So long, ah me ! 

,ur wind blew wildly o'er us, * 

I felt no chill within your arm, 
My cheek against your shoulder rested ; 

E'en now I sometimes feel the charm, 
The thrill, half rapture, aud half shame, 

The pressure of your bearded lips, 
The warm breath that bo quickly come 

And thrilled me to my finger tips, 
And while I turned roy face away, 

And shivered 'neatli your ardent touch ; 
Half owning love's delicious sway ; 

Half fearing that you knew as much. 
So near me then 1 To-day wo are 

As widely parted as can be. 
You east ; I weBt ; between us botb 

A thousand leagues of land and sea, 
For you, a home 'neath Egypt's palms, 

Or tracking Afric's desert sand, 
And not one lure to tempt your thoughts 

Back to the sunlit Western land, 
Where one beloved in other days 

Still waits through years of wearing pain, 
And wears yoTJr kiss upon her lips, 

For you to come and take again. 



Done Brown. 

Brown, on his first journey per coach not 
long ago, worried the driver beside whom 
he sat with incessant childish questions 
about everything on the road. At last he 
got his quietus thus : 

Driver— "There's been a woman lying in 
that house more than a month, and they 
haven't buried her yet?" 

Brown— "Not buried her yet ! Fray tell 
me why not T' 

Driver— "Because she isn't dead;" 



managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 682 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. AIbo, Beau 
tiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
s'antly on band a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in I860 
and has been in successful operation ever since. 
| &*j 

" Chicago Moving Westward." 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Messrs. T. t D. Ltindy, who have just opened at No. 
777 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's church, 
with the finest assortment ever imported to this 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clocks, 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc., etc., all of which they furnish 
on easy paymen ts. 

Hats which are Hats t 

If you want a good, honeBt hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to "The" Hat 
Store, 647 Washington Btreet, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in tbe city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. * 

California Institute Tor the Cure of 
Stammering 

And impediments in speech, Blipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at 632 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel— under the charge of Dr. 
N. A, Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed in all cases. 



The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B. — Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. b 



Don't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store o! 
J. A. Snaber & Co., 707 Market street, near Third, 
and save fully 25 percent bybuyingof them. Their 
motto is : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore t he v have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra profits. I> 

Bnrhhardt's 540 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $S; box toed 
gaiters made to order for 96; oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys' boots made to order for $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally low sales, at 540 
Washington street, m 

Terrill and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street. The best 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall In the 
city— has 17 front windows. Rooms for private par- 
ties. Bix new tables. Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and liquors. m 



The original "Swain's BakcryTis now established 
in their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 

Lunching Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by flie 
use of laughing gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire 
safety in the most difficult cases. 



The WiBwam. 

Tbe best hot lunch to be had lu the city is pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugamaifs, .773 Market street, 
under Fltzgibbon'B Dancing Arademy ; also, a se- 
lect stock of Wines, Liquors, etc. ' 



Clara Antonio, M. D., de PariSy Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 184$ Poet street, near Dupont, Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
lUseasea. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-o 

If Ton 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea- water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

x 6-Q 

A Magnificent Saloon. _ „ 

For the very finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and nighf^ go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter, 

Photographic. 

Edouart A Cobb 504 Kearney Btreet, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
or Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed. 9-bh 

Palmer Bro*. 



JF. jOl. 3Et.€>3E3£OX3t3L« 

Has Just Opened at No. 205 Kearny Street, 

WEST SIDE, BETWEEN S UTTER AND BUSH, One of the Largest and Finest Selections of 

Pure Horns-Made Candies! 

Ever offered for sale on the Pacific Coast. Also, just received a large and choice variety of 
LA ST LBS CONFECTIONER* OF TIIE LATEST MAKE AND STYLES. 

Pure Home-liade Candies Made Every Day. jy3-3m 



R.J.TECHAU. 

Eastern & California / 

OYSTERS. 
Clams 

And all binds of 

Shell Fish. 
TERRAPIN STEW, 

M1K1MI' and ( It AC 

Salads 

DE Villi CRtBS. 



CLAM CHOWDER. % 

S TJMMEE STREET, near KEARNY, bet. FINE 




.P. D. JESSEN. 

TKIVATE 

Accommodations lor 

FnmlllcM and Parlies 

UPSTAIRS. 

REFRESHMENTS 

I.' 1> MEAL* 
At All Hours 

The BEST of all the 
Markets Afford. 



Wines, 

GOOD 



Liquors, 

CIGARS, 



English Ale and Porter. 

and CALIFORNIA. 



THE clik \\om\ 

ROIRIKG OCEANl' SURGING BREIKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers, 

UMNO TOra WIFE I 

BKINQ YOUR F Alim. Y! 
■RING YOUR LADY FRrBNOt 

And .njor . new of the finest OOEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THE WOFJ-D. til in right, of 
the world-reDOttoed 

Golden Gate. 

With « fleet of wot! e. winged meuehBeze eotorhu 
from every part of the oomxaercliu world. 

■ty-New Line Basses, connecting with Streev 
Oers.t Lono Moanmn .Terr 15 minutes hermit.* 
lor the Oliff Hocee ,rl-tf 



FREE AND EASIY. 

CH A.3F5.I2NTCS- 



* 



Sue*. i_. oo rsr. 

•OS MISSION ITBEET, 
Near Beoond, 

Erery Saturday IVigrlvt. 

THOS, WILD, Chairman, 

Until Farther Kotlot. 

A the test Songs next Saturday Nighl, 
EAGLES A WILD. 



ALFRED BARRETT, 
Late of 1 3 Second Street, 

ma REMOVED TO 

44 SECOND STREET 

NEAR JESSIE. 

A*3T Watches and Jewelry Repaired at 
New York Trices. 

Established since 1858. my20-tf 



TTATvnvrA.Bfr, 

Tbe Finest Balh-Honse in the World 

will open for business on Tuesday, June 291h. 
Improved Turkish Bath, 91 50. or Six Tickets for 
S3 50. Kefieshmente extra. Bfeidies' daj-B for the 
Turkish Baths will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated BathB for Ladies open everyday; 
entrance on Bagley place, off O'Farrell street ; for 
Gentlemen, 11 and 13 Irupontst. DK8. LORYEA 
& TRA8K, Proprietors. jefl8-lw 



Tbe Toons: Man from tbe East. 
" Im a stranger in thie city, 
Tm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
Where can I get a feast 1 
IVe been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could 1 And, 
A plate of Eastern oysters, 
Of the old fashioned kind." 

"Well, T can tell yon," said his friend, 

"Exactly where to go, 

And where to get your oysters, 

Direct from where they grow. 

Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 

At 419. opposite t he Ma rket, 

You'll see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 

You can't fail to remark it. 

"Emerson Corville keeps the plaoe, 

The best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he keeps the freshest 

lPiu=> ever been his boast. 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your Calif oruia stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to theSADDLE RO«K, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



Tbe Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
Sood lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
sow a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. x 

Bay Stale Oyster and Chop Honse, 

No. 3 Stockton Btreet, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city. 
Oysters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
vate rooms for ladies. Pratt & Co., proprietors. 
Give us a trial. 



Fine WatcUe*. , 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
Callender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc Call ..and 
examine. 6-y 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to $5 00, at 728 to 
734 Market street. 



Fresb and Sweet. 



PLAIN TALK. 



What Will Become of this Country ? 

is the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
dayly increasing arrival of those accused Asiatics. 
Why it doesn't take a prophet to anBwer this ques- 
tion! Just as surely, as you read this, the horrors 
of civil war wuM v be repeated again and tbe Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped thi3 surging tide of 
China emigration in time, but also for having fat- 
tened this vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
oome so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up the country altogther, or by a coup 
de main, free it from it. 

But to come to the point. Those personB who cry 
loudest against this China pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what elE© do you call 
it, when they, thinking them selves unobserved sneak 
into Chinese washhouses or cigar stands and other 
finch like establishments — in order to pavt- a few 
cents on a dollar— at the same time squandering 
hundred fold the amoun* in drinking, gambling and 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In the name of common sense, is this nob 
the highest of folly ? 

Is it then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves? Surely by so doing, we would 
have less idle men, woman and children among us, 
the prisonsless crowded, andhave bad Bomethingelse 
besides woodchopping and getting out railroad ties 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to thiB country. Of the great numbers of ruined 
trades— let us only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al- 
most entirely in tbe hands of Chinamen, with the 
exception of a few, where only white men are em- 
ployed and who have done their best to stem the 
tide, but wiil surely also succumb to their rivals for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up. 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAN'S & CO., Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington Btreet. es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides their 
celebrated cigaritoB (next to a good Havana cigar 
tbe best smoking article in market), also manufac- 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
I;Iiilla>wi:3. which brand is retailed all over the 
city and country towns, for 5 cents each. Now, did 
you ever hear of a chinaman manufacturing pure 
Havana cigars at that price ? Wc did not. Surely 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to be 
patronized — or has it come alreJidy to this— that 
they should wear a tail, in order to sell their goods 
Thia country may come to this yet. ju7-rm 



Medical Advice, 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. K. noilERTY returns bis Sin- 
cere thanks to his numerous patients for their 
patronage, and would take this opportunity to re- 
mind them that he continues to consult at his 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC DISEASES 
OF THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS. DIGES- 
TIVE and GENITO-URrNARY ORGANS, and 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his long 
experience and successful practice will continue to 
insure him a share of public patronage. By the 
practice of many years in Europe and the United 
States he is enabled to apply the most efficient and 
successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treats 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and has 
references of unquestionable veracity from men of 
known respectability and high standing in society. 
All parties consulting him, by letter or otherwise, 
will receive ths best and gentlest treatment, and 
implicit secrecy. 

Consultations at the office or by letter, 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOHEKTY, M. D., 

mhll-tf San Frunclsco, Cal 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 693 Kearny Street, Corner of 

Commercial, SanFranciscc. Lr'ranoeon 
Commercial Established in 135 s,for the 
treatmentaad cure of all diseases of the uri- 
nary and generative organs, and all physi- 
cal conditions or Weakness consequent 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin dis- 
ease (of years' standing) and rheumatism, success- 
fully treated. The sick and the afflicted Bhould not 
fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex- 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of 
valuable information, which he is competent to 
impart to those In need of his services. Dr. Gibbon 
will mak e no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San 
Francisco. no25-tf 



Advertisers Take Notice. 

I am dlatrlbutins Cards, Circnlars, 

Handbills, etc., on the route between here and Sac- 
ramento—both by the Valiejo and Stockton routes, 
including all way towns, and am prepared to dis- 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on these 
routeB. Orders, solicited. Terms moderate. Ad- 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American Exchange 
Hotel, Baa some street. N. B.— I can refer by per- 
mission to the proprietors of the American Ex- 
change Houl and the Publisher of FiqaBO for the 
manner in which I do their work. juS-tf 



DOG LICEKSES_FGR 1875-76! 

The New Doe Tag Wcense for 1875-6 Is 

now ready for delivery, at $2 each. Office— No. 7 
CITY HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers or Hackney 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses for the year ending July J, 
1876, are now due aud payable, and delinyuent on 
the nrst day of August, after which default will be 
added. The New Badges for Drivers of Hackney 
Carriages are now ready for delivery. 

PEDDLERS ANDRUNNERS will make prompt 



«° ■» "°» —■ MmtiMumiimtumdi^ 



MARKET STREET 

Bank of Savings! 

634 MARKET STREET, 

Opposite Palace Hotel, 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

•B. P. Rrunjter, John R, Cakkahan^ 

Chas. N. Felton, W. W, Hansoom, 

HXRAM R09EKRASS, THOMAS B. LKTFIS, 

O. J, Pbescott, H. J. McLekie, 

JOEL F. LlOHTNEB, Hfi.VRY F. WlLLIAJIBJ 

Edward Tease. 

B. P. BRUNNER, President. 
W. W. HANSCOM, Vice-President. 
THOMAS B. LEWIS, Secretary. 
W. J. OONOLLY, Cashier. 



Interest Allowed on All < l:is-e« or 
Deposits. Remittances from the interior can he 
sent through WELLS. FARGO & COS EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook will be ' 
returned. jylO-tf l 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS JNuTOAN SOCIETY, 

No. 619 Clay Street. 

At a niectlnp of the Ronrd of Directors 

held this day, a Dividend was declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent, per annum on all dfpositSi 
for the term ending June 30, 1875, free of Federal 
Tax, and payable on and aiter July 15, 1375. B* 
Order. CYRUS W. CAKMANY. Cuahier. 

Ban Francisco, July 13, 1S75. jyl4-2w 



ODD FELLOWS_SAVINGS BANK. 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Board of Directors of the Odd 1 

Fellows' Savings Bank, have this day declared a 
Dividend at the rate of Nine and one-tenth (9 1-10 1 
per cent, per annum on Permanent Deposits, and I 
of Seven* and three-tenths (7 3-10) per cent, per an- ' 
mini on Short Deposits for the semi-annual term 1' 
ending June 30, 1875, payable on and after the 20th 
inst. JAMES BENSON, Secretary. 

San Francisco, July 7. 1875. 



I 



DEPOSITORS' DIVIDEND. 

The "Western SavingR and Trust Com- 
pany, of San Francisco, California, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) percent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Efght (8) per cent, per annum on 
Ordinary Deposits, payable at their Bank, north- 
easterly corner Post and Kearny streets, on and 1 
after July 10. 1875. 

FREDRIC CLAY, Cashier. 

J. H Griffiths, Sec. jy9-lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

No. 215 Sansome Street. 

The Directors havedeclared a dividend 

at the rate of Nine (9) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Seven and a Half (71) per cent, per 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending* 
June 30, 1875, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after MONDAY, July 12th, 1375. 

JOHN PARROTT, President. 
KSan Francisco, June 30. 1875. jyti-2w 



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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

German Savings and Loan Boc'y. 

The Roard of Directors or this Soclei 

have declared the dividend for the half year en<?- 
June 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent (9) . 
annum on term deposits and seven and one-bal 
per cent. (7i) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after J uly 15, 1875. j 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LBTTE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOVICE. 

The Land Mo rt case Union and Savings 
Bank of California. 5'.it California street, corner ol 
Webb. —For the quarter ending with June 30th, 
1S75, a dividend has been declared at the rate- 
of Eight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Tlie California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street. 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths [9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable en and after Tuesday, July 6tb. 1875, By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHJSHOLM, Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Call' 
for iiia street, corner Webb. 

For the haD* year endlne with Jane 

30tb. 1S75, a dividend has been declared at the rat» 
of nine (9) per cent per annum, on term deposits and 
seven and one haif (7$) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 

July 12tb, 1875. Per order, 

je2S-lm LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST.. UASONIC TEMPLE, 

8an Francis co. 

Guarantee Capital $170,0<H> 

IHoney Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York, rhiladel- 
8bia. Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
lanadas; also, London, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicit*, 
the patronage of ^-^ CULVERi PreBldent . 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES, Secretary. 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

105 KEARNT STBEET. jell-lm 



GEORGE MAYES 
Dealer in Oysters, Clams, and! 

all kinds of SHELL FISH, Stalls Nos, 

gnhJlc<Ji^|rlyaterarties and families 



JJossunnUed^H ■ 



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ti. 



IMPORT WINE! 



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XMapaSoda ' 

*r*JUUJWO DRINK 

liuiiconUitu 

, —IM limn 



VOL XXI. 






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ire's New Theatre. California- Theatre. Maguire's Opera House. 



GRAND £ItfQLIl»lJ. 

pera Company. 



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AUOU«TIN DALY*« 



Di0N"''B6u6l0AULT ! F,w » AVENUE THEATRE 



rvnti»u 



DIRECTOR 

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Til. Irian PnjiaMrt 



COMPANY, 



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Mr Iri.lani 

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■ oncUj Next FKA DIAVOLO 

T««mI«j THr. IAKKIAQE OK FIGARO 

Wrdnndsy MIGNON 

Thursday ERNANI 

Friday DON GIOVANNI 

latin..' on Saturday. TH E BOHKHIAN GIRL 
S»lurdiiy Fjf nlng. . . . . . . _„ . . . F 'I ST 



m in or run i.«. 

Roifmri IWh, trvairatlBK 1. Ufalio. SI.M, 91.5* and *>?.««. 

V \Ti 
lra.r.1 lilMl»Un. «*| ajo i Kr.rrvrrl -irata. .'* ro.b cxlrrl ; 
Half? Aelaftla.l.n. Sal cf.l*. 



8T1CIA: iilwn ol Raeaaved fa tal, we notified that the only 

liirti tttr* »«. in Hi«J on eel. 1.t the MaBafrmcnt are 8HLKMAX k 

-Tufm aad the IM I X '"ITleK OF MAGTTKEK THEA< 

TKJt. and thai law, an Id do way reapomible for the tranaecuon.* of speculator*, 

wa. bajr Maaaaaal faH them at a r-remlum. 

JaTTM Tncaaa t'i*re Libreatn* are for rale only at Sherman L Hyde's 
Mtaek Mai l, and at the Theatre at nirht. all otnera unreliable. 

CaTTb*- kSAI 1. riASi - are oatd by '-Cr Eoalfab tit.ra Company, kinol, 
far ua l i l toA L rtAXl knrT a CO.. i» Market atraet. 

aTaTBeASOM a lnni.v "M.AXS, «.,d by the Enflith Opera, kindly 
faralabad by Ki-HI I K i HAHT: a to ,V3 and t23 Clay street 



F. /mail in »\ Baelnrsa Aioil 




nuiprl.las tar Fall. veins D 
Ml- 



rd krll.tr. i 



8HAUGIIBAUN! 

\r-rn M»niM>ttlf ■""' r . . Mrrhnn Irjil I ttrrt* ami ippola 
by «..-■- **. I . I..KII II. I. •lllllKa. JlillS 1 
■ > SI I. K. ■»!* t< KIIUI -I 1 in-.-., i>. I I,. 



.■I walcta them tMUUfnl *lr«. th* <Vml.D 

SMikn*. i;r*n* t ail*.- The J*g of r«i.dt." AmJ. m.**: but.a 
•and many uUMtn, fr.-m UVt* rich mtM> of Iri*l r 
..*»<■ b**ri tntwrwono with fttxl «nbo(Ut>*l apntt lb* Dnni A fall w... < 
obarw npNMli tniiH (* th* ocomIoo. 

Tb« B-ii. ii k«f Uif piAjr tdUt* pUo« la r.un.ty 8U«iK. To* tils.-pr«MDt. 
TAPT. M«»IIMH. A Yoanf En«aUh irflw. ogmroMkUnf » <Uwt 

irtftH »l HtUirTakff^lt . H. J. MOMt4.il 

It a br r I I fn| !■•(, \ i qh| IrUh fmilmiata, ttniHr Motenoa m ■ F« > 

S. Unit Irrrkrr 
lAlhrr OolM. Thr l'«iah IMMt of *iU»>^e hi« Tu1 

Ilrnrj r>'.4lvt nr.U 

I ..rr. klnrhclii. A s.,Tiit ; w. 4. tf r*lny rr 

Hurt.* ItulT. \ r -.lie* Acvnt, In dlttfulM <rf « PMmoI. tuvW Uvtum* 
•>f Ke«h UulxTt r«lctaAn 

If, thi: sn.\n;MKAr\ DI01N B01 C3CAULT 

The Soul of er«ry F»lr; th« llfo ,»f crrrj Funcrml. Ihn Flnrt Fiddle at all 
WeddJnfi and PatUrns. 

Imilll tle.r., of the 41it C. H. MraUirrr 

Vuiu, 
Krllly 
•>ulll» III) 

Dnirlf 

|tHir.f.Yftti. . 

trl*~ O'Sralr. In Iotb with Rohfr*. 

4 lalrr I Ti.11.it. I Hi I i. 

Hn. V'krllf. I'oun't Mother 

HutR, Fathir UoUa'B Nluoe. In lore with (.'oini., 

l.rlilun H.iilliziui. A Reeoet 

,\uni*> HuIoik- A B 



\ rriinlt Kl 

-l.thn «i 
> Pe**anta. ' , b. if. till 

( Hurry W 

/ I H. Hnr 



■•raijiiHH, Solilier*. I tiu-l.iinilnr*. 



iiyi-r 

till 

inrklln 

MUa Carrie Wyatt 

>li-- Ili-lla ralt-mun 

■ n, .In. lull 

Ml--. .It lilih I •■' 

Mi-fl. j.iim >-i rii.ii 

Hi-- tnni. HlgKH 



THE ACTION OF TBI) PLAY. 
ACT L—Bcmn 1— Sullabcg. Theliom.-of two Irigh gl/lii-tho Tirtt. 
HcKHB 2— The Blaakete. (Jonn'a cupboarJ, Tho Puuttive. Two lover*. 
S< rsr 3-Thc exterior of Father Dolan'a, The ShauRhraun CoimKoeahUDtlng, 
Suenx 4 -The home of the Pariah Pri«s.t. Oouo makeM a clean brmut of it. 
ACT IL— SOEJll 1— A room tn Ballyragget Houjw Tho counter-plot. 

I 2— Father Dolan'u. Claire and Molineux find each other out. 

■ 3 The Barrack-room. How Robert Ffolliott fell Into the trap. 
Sceke 4— Mrs. O'Kelly'g Uahln. Conn gets a letter and la bothered. 
SCENE 5— The Rate tower. The ambush and the escape. 

Scenic 6— The Bla&keta. Conn and Robert hunted. How Conn played the fox, 
BoMS 7— Rathgamm Head. How Claire Ffolliot played the Decoy-duck. 
Scene 8— The ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey. The lose tryst. 
ACT III.— Scene 1— Mri. O'Ki-Hy's cabin. The amnesty. 
Sobms 2— The wake of Conn the Shaughraun. Great News. 
Scene 3— Tho shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

Scehb 4 -The coot's nest. Harvey Duff gets into a warm corner. Kirjcbelo. 
louiea to a bad end. Father Dolan gives his consent. 



■SB e 



nJIN DREY, 

■ 

"LD, 

Ml. " M'MAN, 

MR. D n MM H 

T^?'".^yJ?P??^ ~ -T.7 JOLT IT 

The famouj Soctttvy Itrama of ihe time*, as acUd for over 
1,600 Unm, «i.tiil«d 



DIVOE€ 



ROBERTS and WITH AM <>f New York, 

and WILKIN* , f Sin FrmacltMOi and the following 
GREAT UKIUINA1. i 




Ml« rnntiT Diornport 
Mr. ID. M. Ifarlaln. 
tlr. I., -tl' I'.irL. * 
vlr. -lull ii llrr»» 
Hr. VI in. Ihivltlfr 
Mr. Jiinira. I.« i- 
*fr. iharlr- I i-lu i 
Mr. K. M. If.iil.MMl 
Mr. Rlnce<rifl 

Mr. Inink 4 uiinniaD 

Mr. t'nrrnll 

Mr. 4'hji|iniiin 

Mr. f.rorsr l.llttrri 

Ml— JriTi-rv. Vfvrlm 

Mlo* Allrr i;r. v 

.Mr*, (fi. H. 4.lllH-rl 

Mi-- IniM. Klk'l 

Mi<iM kale ll..ll:in.f — .... 

Huw Stella ronitdoa 



La Tea Eyrk 

Itrred fadi-lnn**? 

( nplnln I l mlr 

Krt, ll.irri IMmriR 

II.- M ..II II. M 111 

Irmiilrliin Jill. I »*.. 

Mr. Ilurrlll 

Juild kiRIB 

llr. Ijiii 

.Mm 

Klrbard 

4 brlilneaji 

I. ■■ I ar a 

Ml«« Fnnni T«n Byck 

Mr*. Ten Kyrk 

Mr-. .Iiidge km* 

...Grace, "Our Mere 

Flora IV all eld 
Malty, the Huld 



MONDAY NK.HT. 



MBV DALY can give but 35 representations In San Francisco, Five Wi'.kxb 
Is the Positive Limit of his visit, and during that period ho will present with 
New Scenery and Fashionable Uarniture. manufactured lo Now York expressly 
for these performance*, the famous SOCIETY DRAMATIC NOVELTIES 
which have given his Theatre and his Company a world-wide celebrity Stats 
and Boxes can be secured at SHERMAN & HYDE'S, comer of Sutter and 
Kearny Streets. 

PRICES— Boxett (seating four persons). #8: Orchclra, «t| 50; Bal- 
cony. 91: AdinlM*.on, iffl. Minim-.- Price*) «irrJir*trn. #1; 
Balrony, ", crnl*: Admlttalon, T5 cent.*, mi ..»••<- ri pilous fur tkc 
entire neaiion «ni t»e received. 
TREASURER AND BUSINl.83 MANAGER J. W. MORRISSBY 



Ii a ad 
Fawn 

It 
Strict 

m 

Oil 

tl 

Wl» k 

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urii mc. BUSINESS 
ntALUd, COLLEGE. 

M POST STREET. SAN FRANCISCO. 

Tfed* ftrkoel la Helen, d io Edaeate 
■ ia.li fnr the practical affairs of life It makes 
Trmltina. EducaLlon a specialty; yet its instruction 
U not confined to Bookkeeping and Arithmetic 
BMorelr. bat alva* such broad culture u die time* 
now cVrnanl Tboroacn Instruction is given In ail 
the branches of an English rducaUon, and Mi>dern 
Languafcs are practically taught. T>i.- dlselpUna 
of th« aebool U eiceUeut, and its ayBtem of ACTUAX 
Kr-tiNr- Li unsurpassed. No pupils 

•f bad character will be admitted. For full par- 
ticulars call at t..e College, or addre*.". for 

s.m Francisco. j»2 3tn 



Factory : 

157 New Montgomery St. 




Cncouraee 
Home Industry 



«**.rlrh Feather Daateni, Superior to 

*" Astern make, at Rate* Current Un 
' fall IPHslcr*. (of Peathers) 8 feet long, S-' SO 
1 .^J 1 raclllMJi Livery Hlablc HuNtcre, 

(very soft and thick) #1 JW to s>2 00 



jlOftf 



SIR THIRTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
1V8 FIXTURES, 

itel Clocks and French Bronzes 

AND 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBER? GOODS 

Tftv Prcjtfnt ftnnrter* having to be vn- 
oatrd ior the New building ol the 8. P. Board of 
carAA 

THOMA.S J>J3lY* 
335 Pine Street, 

Mill Offer Hta Entire Stock at 

MUCH REDUCED PRICES. 

M71m 



J. O. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH 
Terrapin Coauteailr on Hand 



Qratara in trrery ktyle. PJtTVATE 
1 BUPPEK EOOM8 TOE VAUTIEB. 
\ I«. ID IKUind lilrrel. ('ontt, of Trtuna. 



w 



>Ut» IN. DSVID, 

Antiquarian Book Store, 

— uim;tom mtbeet. 

;l,.rrapfcj,Tr»Teli, 



Everybody 
Drinks It! 



SWAN ALE! 



Everybody 
Likes It. 



s^ 



> on B^ A 




A. <D £3. 



The Mont Respectable Place on the 
PA0lJ'IC , COAST. 

BOV Bush Street, 

Above afagulrea New Tbeatre, % aM* 
t 71™!?'? ?«•"»> Shrimp Saluda, Crab 

fcalad., Dertled Oraba. WoUh Kare-Bita, our own 
Fan Roaata and Par Excellence. Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock (Jyetcra Ireah from our own tjrater 
Beds every morning. Chops, Steaks. Ice Creams and 
the beat of Wines and Clears. Oyster Fricassees a 
specialty. N- B. Elegant private parlors for fami- 
lies and select parties np-stalrs 

mido-tf Proprietor. 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all Muds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATKS, BT 

B. F. STEB.ETT, 

532 CLAT STREET. 



LONDON 

Covent Garden! 

THE OATHEBIKG IPLAOB OF 

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD I 

....TUX ONLY... \) f| 

Oyster Palace! 

In the cJlty. 

33 GEARY ST., S*N FRANCISCO 



HALL & UCHMAN, 

Now of 332 Bush Street, 

WILL REMOVE 

This Month to the Spacious Store, 

116 Sutter Street. 

Where they will keep a 

SELECT STOCK 

....OF.... 

CAR.PE3TS, 

Oilcloths, 

CURT A. IN GOODS. 

Etc., Etc. jyl7.2w 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

iiiuaxiA crrr, Nevada. 

JOHN PIPER Proprietor 

This Elegant Theatre ran he Rented by 

the night or week. Stare and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager and Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. HcCABE, 
fe2S-tf 332 Bosh street, San Franoisoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATKJr 

•AITvAMKNW 

TO RBKTT, 

i j the Night, Week, or Month, fro , 

Nov. Lrt. For terms apply at tho Theatre, or by 
tetter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramento 
N B.— I have no authoriz&d Ajfent anywhere. 
mb24-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

■AM JO»E, CAlrl. 



This BraultfuJ and Newly Renovated 

Theatre is to be let by the Night. Week, or Month 
at reasonable terms. 
laU-tf G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



THATJ8 SO. 

Beaatiful and Sobatantlal Sets 

of Artiflcal TEETH only 815 and war- 

ranted equal to any work in New York or San Fran 
oisc Beautiful Gold and Platina Fillings for $1 
and upwards, and warranted for hie. Twenty yean 
MPostitreat. 



4 FACTS 

....A*ND.... 

1 CONCLUSION 

1st Fact. 

IT IS UNIVERSALLY ADMITTED THAT 
VAN SCHAAOK & CO. lead the CLOTHING 
TRADE of the Country in Superiority of Style. Ex- 
oellence of Workmanship and Durability of Fabric. 

2d Fact. 

VAN SCHAAOK & CO. do business on the 
sound principle of Belling the beat gooiln for the 
least money, making do representations as to 
quality or price that they cannot fulfill. 

3d Fact. 

VAN SCHAAOK & CO. manufacture all their 
o-v*:' Clothing, and therefore run no risk of wiling 
garments of doubtful quality or workmanship, 

4th Fact, 

VAN SCHAACK & UO'S atock ie Immense 
and well assorted, offering to all purchasing the 
beat opportunities lor procuring their oututs of 
tSumoier Clothing. 

Conclusion. 

These facts can be demonstrated by an examin- 
ation of VAN SCHAACK: k CO'S stock, ami a 
comparison of go«ds as well as prices. 

CP.VANSCflAACK&Co 

Importers and Dealers in 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

No». 10S, .«», 110, 71!, 114 at TIC 

KEARNY STREET, 

Oppoaitc the Plaza. jyl2-lm 



HEADQUARTERS 

....FOB.... 

Nice Clothing ! 



SCHAFER & CO'S, 

708 Market Street, opposite Third. 

JyM-liu 

THE ORIGINAL 

HOT SCOTCH 

AGAIN IN THE FIELD. 

T3riixl5.fis, lOc. 

ill STKVKNSO.V STKF.ET. 

Next Street to Market Near TLir*. 

jel9-3m J. D. BRItiCS. MaUMCcr. 



PDRDY, VAN BRLTNT&ROBBINS, 

COMMISSION' 

STOCK BBOEEB8, 
■tor. I'niirtirniii street, 

Ontio -ite Bank of Oaltfomla. San Francisco. C:i 1. 

Money Loaned and Stoclts Carried 
on Margins. 

IiADlB« it^U tin,! a room for their H9e, rontaiainz 
a Btooa [ndloator, which will constantly tuluyra.^ 
Market quotatloua. apl& In, 

New York Casino, 



838 MARKET ST., 
Opposite Fourth. 

jel5.3m W. KBZ¥IAH»vT8avT.- ■ 



UNDERSTAND. 

THAT WE ARC NOW SEaXIM*. T** 

STAR SHIRTS 

Open Back or Front, for »I «5. ETMythi'i 
at our 

New Store, 540 Market Street, 

One door below HIbtmla Bank. 



T'X 



3 OEGAN OF AMUSEMENTS. 



■-"Ushed Ererr Day in tbe Year, by 
£». BOO-dLpiDXJI 



,%J2 MEKl'IILVT STREET, 

Beow Montgomery Sm Francisco 



SATURDAY JULY 17 



OUR AUSTRALIAN LETTER. 

mmfm [APPEXDIX.] 

: - * 

[FF.oM OCR R.EGCLA* COT ~ ~ 
NEW ZtAi-AND 

It fast becoming the beet and most reimmentire Of 
tbe AustralKn jroup of colonies for steefc people. 
and |of a necessity for stars. The Princess Theft 
are at 

DJftfBDIN 
la at present leased by Mussn. J. B. Steele and 
Keogb. who are re-oryanmng their company fer 
another campaign. "Formosa" U EbOitly to be pro- 

dnoML 

TQK FAKIR Or OULU 
Is nightly filling tbe Queen's Theatre. The En- 
tranced Lady and the Mlnehaha eliciting universal 
applause anil approbation. Mr. J. 0. Rainer is 
UftTeling with Dr. Silvester (The Fakir), and is well 
content with the result of his venture. In this city. 
•(Dunadin), fa also showing Eatcbelder's panorama of 
'Paradise Lost." The Theatre Boy&l at 

w EL LI kg to. v, 
Is now open with Miss May Howard, Mr. G. CoL'ier. 
and very good working company. The "New Magda- 
len" has been lately added to Miss Howard's reper- 
toire. A streak of luck lately came in hex way. in 
this wise : When she left Sydney for New Zealand^ 
she carelessly left her jewels and jewel box in her 
sleeping room at her resid&nce in the former place. 
* Thinking her maid had put them away, she gave no 
thought for them till required, latter -enquiries 
were set on foot, and until now, leading to nothing 
Within these last few "weeks tbey were discovered in 
the room where she had left them, and forwarded to 
her intact. She values them at over £3000. 

AUCKLAJTD 

Has been favored with a visit from Mr. and Mrs. 
Geo. Case. (Miss Grade Egerton), but tbe attendance 
at tbe Prince Theatre during their engagement, has 
■ eeo very limited. Tbey are played out. The run. 
uiag was taken up by Mr. and Mrs. George DarrelL 
who have lately produced their original play of "The 
Four Fetes." Mr. and Mrs. Hoskins (Florence 
Colrille), have gone South, and will shortly appear 
In Dunedin. 

MICELLA NHOUS. 

Some few months back, a movement was set on 
foot by Mr. Stuart O'Brien, a prominent member of 
the Melbourne Theatre Royal company, to raise 
funds to remove at hex reguest, Madame Albertine, 
to her native place, New York. Through his un- 
tiring exertions, and the generous assistance and 
timely aid of the American Consul, T. Adamson, 
Esq., and the Captain of the V. 3. Corvette, Swa- 
tara, a comfortable passage was found for the poor 
' blind, who for years has been an inmate of the 
Ballarat Benevolent Asylum. This is, but one of 
many acts of Mr. O'Brien's kindness. He is a man 
who really "does good by stealth, and blushes to 
find it fame." 

THE OBITUARY 

Of the month contains the names of Mrs. Stuart 
O'Brien, wife of the gentleman above spoken of. 
Mrs. O'Brien, who for years has been a great suf- 
ferer, passed away without apparent pain. She was 
an admirable actress of certain "old woman" parts, 
and her performance some years ago of Mrs. 
Willonghby, when Mr. Joe Jefferson played the 
"Ticket of Leave Man," will not be readily forgotten 
by those who witnessed it. Mr. and Mrs. Ray, very 
excellent artists in this colony in the early "dig- 
gings" time, died lately in Adelaide, where they had 
been located for some years. Mr, Bay died rather 
-.suddenly, and his partner followed him within a 
. »eek. Both were pretty well up in years. 

Call Bot. 



Tbe Tonne Man from the Cast. 

"Ima stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters; 
"Where can I pet a feast?' 
I've been to all the restaurants, 

But nowhere could I find, 
-A plate of Eastern oysters, 
■ Of the old fashioned kind." 

^•Well, I can tell you," said his friend, 

'"Exactly where to £o, 

And where to get your oysters, 

t from where they grow. 
./ust take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 419. opposite t he Ma rket, 
Toull see a sign, THE SADDLE ROCK, 
You can't fail to remark rt, 

"Emerson Corville keeps the place, 

Tbe best saloon in town, 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried so crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

.4nd that he keeps the freshest 

Has ever been his boast, 

"He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
■ Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
Right to tbe SADDLE RO«K, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 

'Do Jiot Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, BunionB 
club and Ingrowing Nails, cah find instant relie 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. m. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor s capability. Ref- 
erence given If required. a 



SANDWICH ISLAM* eOKKESPONDEKCE 

[AcoireepoBdenteendr; us the following interest- 
ing news dated Honolulu. June 25th :J 

Deab Fm abo :— Mile. lima De Mureka stopped 
at this place en rout' to Australia, and gave a con- 
cert on the evening of the Kth ulL, which wai 
largely ps,:rca : zed by all classes and all shade*, from 
the clear complexione 1 European to the molasses- 
; jt;a. There being no suitable concert 
ball In tbe place, one of the large Kanaka churches, 
capable of holding several thousand people, was 
obtained. The party landed from the steamer at 
noon on the 2Sth, and the energetic DeVivo lost no 
time in his preparations for that evoniug. as the 
steamer was to leave on the following afternoon. 
The residents were ijuite enthusiastic over the arri- 
val of the fair Hungarian, and several pro mm nut 
citiaens fnie rested themselves in assisting toward 
ferfecting tbe necessary arrangements, which De 
Vivo, with all his reputed energy, would otherwise 
have failed to accomplish. Even though the placeis 
small if there is anything the residents of Honolulu 
can thoroughly appreciate, it is music, and on this 
occasion (h«y turned out en mass* to listen to the 
fair young Nightingale, of whose reputation they 
had beard go much, but bad little dreamed, until 
recently, of listening to. Tbe price of seats ranged 
from $1.00 to $2,50, and although an unusual figure 
for Honolulu, was notdemurredat. Tbe /urori was 
even greater than that created by Catherine Hayes, 
sometwentyyearsago.cn route to Australia. Sig- 
ner Giamniona, the flautist, and Signer Eistori, 
buffo and basso, assisted DeMurska. The perform- 
ance and hair of the former were much admired, 
but the latter was considered an unsympathetic old 
buffer, whose sonorous sounds served onlyas a con- 
trast to bring out more sweetly the thrilling warble 
of the Hungarian songstress. The King's fine band, 
composed of young Kanakas, under the leadership 
of Mr. Henry Berger, an accomplished German mu- 
sician, fumishedsome delightful instrumental music 
during the evening. King Kalakaua and handsome 
Mrs. Kalakaua, with their asual retinue of attesd- 
anta, and Admiral Almy of tbe U. 8. ship Pensa- 
oola. with a large number of Uncle Sam's handsome 
naval officers, escorting the beauty and fashion of 
Honolulu, also attended in etrong force. It va.s re- 
gretted that a scond concert was impossible. Tbe 
DeMurska party were afterward entertained at the 
Palace by tbe King and Queen, and a scene of fes- 
tivity was kept up until a late hour in the morning. 
The Hungarian's visit was no doubt as pleasant to 
herself and agreeable to the diminutive but ubiquit- 
ous DeVivo as it was enjoyable to the people of 
Honolulu. In this connection, it is much regretted 
that Honolulu is unable to boast of a concert hall 
or theatre. The ruins of wbat was once a cosy lit- 
tle theatre— where Edwin Booth and others once 
"strutted their brief hour," and where Charley 
Backus, Jerry Bryant, Sher. Campbell and other 
sons of Momus once held forth— still exists, but is 
liable at any time to collapse from extreme old age, 
although it is occasionally patched up for use. But 
it is seldom occupied of late for any firtt-class en- 
tertainment, and the public is somewhat shy of run- 
ning any risks of entering its doors. In fact, a life 
policy would be liable to become forfeited, should 
an insured individual frequent the place. 

Yours, Eh Passant. 



Manapers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerta, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tiiul Programmes, Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
e'antlyon hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
liich letters, in stock, of all colors of paj-er and 
ink. Tbtuitre Managers are especially Invited tc 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by tbe present proprietor in 1 S : v 
and has been in successful operation ever sirce. 

"Chicago Moving Westward," 

Among the recent arrivals from our sister city 
Chicago, we note with pleasure the advent of 
Mi-ssrs, T. ii D. laindy. who have just opened at No. 
777 HiEBion Street, opposite St. Patrick's church. 
with the finest assortment ever imported to this 
coast of black walnut, bronze and marble clocks. 
suitable for stores, offices and parlor use, also pic- 
tures, engravings, mirrors, family bibles, albums, 
prayer books, etc., etc., all oi which they furnish 
on easy payments. 

Hats which are Hats ! 

If you want a good, honest hat, made of good 
material and strongly made, go to ''The" flat 
Store, 647 Washington street, below Kearny, 
where you will find all the latest Summer styles 
and the largest and best assortment of stylish 
hats in tbe city. N. B.— No shoddy hats at 
"The" Hat Store. » 

California Institute for the Core of 
Stammering 

And impediments in speech, slipping and loss of 
speech, permanently located at t32 Market street, 
opposite the Palace Hotel— under the charge of Dr. 
N. A. Moses of Virginia. Cures effected by means 
of an Art of his 'own discovery, having been a stam- 
merer for 43 years. The patient must be present. 
Terms reasonable. Cures guaranteed in all cases. 



MARKET STREET 

Bank of Savings! 



■ CW MARKET .STREET. 



Opposite Palace Hotel. 



BOAJtD OF DIRECTORS. 



Bnrkhardt's 540 Washington street. 

French calf boots made to order for $8; box toed 
gaiters made to order for $6: oxford tie shoes made 
to order for $6; boys' boots made to order for $$; 
and large assortment of boots and shoes, all ef 
Burkhardt's own make, at equally tow sales, at 540 
ffaabincton street. u 



B. P. Brunnkr. 
Chaj*. N. Felton, 
Hir.iM Ro3EKRa;«v. 

C J, PRE3COTT. 

Joel F. Lightnee, 



JOHS K. CARNAH.'iJv, 
W. W,- HanstOOm, 
TaotfA* B. Lewis. 
H J. McLerie. 

Hesey F. "Wn.LiAJts, 



Edward Trask. 

B. P. BRITNNER, President. 
W. W. HANSCOiL Vice-President. 
THOMAS B LEWI3. Secretary. 
"W. J. CONOLLY. Cashier. 



Interest Allowed on All Class** of 

Deposits, Remittances from the interior can be 
sent through WELL8, FAR*;*-* ft OO'fS EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook will be 
returned. - . jylO-tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS SNDTOAN SOCIETY, 

No. 619 Clay Street. 

At a meeting of the Board of Director* 

held this day, a Dividend was declared at the rate 
of nine (9( per cent, per annum on AiL X>F posits, 
for the term ending June 30, 1S75, tree ot Federal 
Tax and payable on and alter July 15, 1875. By 
order. CYRUS W. CARMANY, Cashier. 

San Francisco, July 13/1875. jyl4-2w 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 25 
a par; 736 to 734 Market street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GRAND 

PIC N I O! 

....TO THE.... 

WILLOW GROVE, BERKELEY, 

ON 

Sunday, July 18th, 1875. 

Admission to the Grounds and Pavillion FREE ! 



A "vTord lo the Wise, etc. 

It is generally known, but there is not the proper 
attention paid to tbe fact, that Messrs. Vandersliee 
& Co., on Sutter street, a few doors below Kearny 
Street, keep the most elegant assortment of Silver- 
ware, of their own manufacture, that can be found 
on the whole Pacific Coast, and their prices are 
always at the lowest living figures. Their stock 
of Watches, Jewelry and Precious Stones are equa 
to any that can be found anywhere, and as every- 
thing is at manufacturer's prices it will be seen 
that money can be saved by purchasing of the 1 
above-named firm. * 

The Old Mint Restaurant. 

At this old-established house, 605 Commercial 
street, above Montgomery, always noted among 
the bon vivanta fdT ite good things, can be procured 
the finest and best cooked OyBters, Steaks and 
Chops, Breakfasts or Dinners, in town. Terrapins 
and the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors a 
specially. Charges Moderate. D. B. Magee, the 
new proprietor, invites the pnblic to give the "Old 
Mint" a trial. N. B. Open to 2:30 A. m. Old fash- 
ioned boiled dinners every Saturday. 2-l 



This is Interesting to Everybody, Par- 
ticularly to Strangers. 

Scbafer & Co, long in the wholesale business 
have the largest stock, the latest style, and the 
best of custom-made clothing that ever was im- 
ported to California. They retail their goods at 
wholesale prices, one price only. Those who are 
hard to fit can be suited at Schaier & Co's 708 
Market street, and 11 and 13 Geary. 



Don't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save fully 25 per cent by buying of them. Their 
motto is: "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra profits. L 

The Wigwam. 

The best hot lunch to be had m the city is pre- 
pared at Asa L. Waugaman's, 773 Market street, 
under Fitzgibbon's Bancing Academy ; also a se- 
lect stock of Wines, Liquors, etc 

Fine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
Callender's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc Call and 
examine. 5-y" 



Palmer Bros. 

Sell Parasols from 25 cents to $5 00, at 723 to 
'. 734 Market street. 



(fresh and Sweet. 

For tbe bast confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St near Sutter. a 



Per Perfect-Fitting Boots 

iHB t ft%i| -i lBaHi -- 1 



The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
Served up in tbe best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. N. B. — Ice Cream, Strawber- 
ries and Cream, and all Fruits in season. b 



Terrlll and Chapman's. 

Billiard Parlor, northeast corner of Bush and 
Kearny streets, entrance on Bush street TLe beat 
lighted and most comfortable Billiard Hall in the 
city— has 17 front windows. Rooms for private par- 
ties. Six new tables, Pocket tables for Pool par- 
ties. Best of cigars and Honors. m 



FIXE DAXCEVG HAXL ! 

FTIX BAND OF MUSIC I 



Dininf; Halls and Picnic Tables on the 
Restaurant Principle, Rates Moderate. 



Berkeley Ferry Time Table : 

From San Francisco— Front and Green street 
Wharf— 8;00 A M ; 10.15 a m. ; 3:30 P m ; 6^0 P M - 

Sdndat— 9:00 a m 11:00 am;3:50pm 6:15 p m. 

Fjiom Bbrsxey— 6:00 a m ; 9:00 a m ; 11:30 A ac ; 
4:45 p 11. 

Sokday— 8:00 a M; 10:00 A w;2;00p m;4: 
45 p m. je!9-H 



ODD FELLOWS SAVINGS BANK. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



The Board of Directors of the 

Fellows' Savings Bank, have this day declared 
Dividend at the rate of Nine and one-tenth (9 1-10 
per cent, per annum on Permanent Deposits, and 
of Seven and three-tenths (7 3-10} per cent, per an- 
num on Short Deposits for the semi-annual term 
ending June 30, 1375. payable on and after the 20th 
inaL JAMES BENSON, Secretary. 

San Francisco, July 7. 1875. 



DEPOSITORS' DIVIDEND. 

The Western Savings and Trust Corn- 

pany, of San Francisco, California, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent, per unnnro on 
Ordinary Deposits, payable at their Bank, north- 
easterly oomer Post and Kearny stieets, on and 
after July 10, 1S75. 

FREDBIO CLAY.. Cashier. 
J. H. Griffiths, Sec. jy9-lm 



AVER1LL 

CHEMICAL PAINT! 

MANTTFACTUEED BT THE 

Cal. ChemiC3|_Patnt Comp'yJ 

Pure White and anyShadeor Coloifi 

This Paint Is Prepared in Ulanid Form 

ready for ose reennring no further addition oT 
oil or Bpinto. It la of pure whits, and of an*, 
shade or color. ™^sm. 

It is composed of the best material* known to tall * 
trade— pure lxnsked oil. strictly pure white I * 
lead, PT7R-K ZING, and the purest coloring matter. 
procur able for tinting, which, by our peculiar pro- ' ' 
cess of manufacture, arc so thoroughly united, ths 2 
they cannot separate. Hence, it wiH never chall 
crack, or peel off ; doea not run from aeanw-or aai 
holes: and for brilliancy of color ajtd sEAir 
OF FIXISH IT IS WTTHUCT A RIVAL. 

It will last twice as long as the best White Lei 
prepared in the usual way. while the cost of painti 
with the Averill Paint is less, 

We have in our en*ploy some of the best paintet 
on this coast, and are prepared to furnish estimaf 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE -PAINTING t 

In all its details, inside and outside work, graining] 
&c.; andwe guarantee that all work done by u 
shall be unexceptioual in qmlity and style, andcoi 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint 

Orders for wort or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our ofhee or addressed to ue, will receive prompt aS- . 
tention. 

Office and D?pot f 117 Pine Street, } 

B etween Fron t and Battery. jy7.iml t w 



S. F.iN.P.BJJ.iSIEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

On and after Monday, May 31st. IMS. 

SI!SJi e 5 elegant and fast Steamer JAMES y£ 
DONAHUE, Oapt. W. Warner, will make two trips 
daily (Sundays excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the oars fori 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton, Clo. 
verdale, and with stages for Sonoma, Skagg's Mark 
West. Bartlett and Highlands Spring, Point Arena, 
Sevastopol, Bodega. Duncan's Mill*, Kisk Mills' 
Gualala, Ukiah, Eureka, Mendocino, Lake-port' 
Clear Lake, Pine Flat, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. Returning the cars will leave Clover- 
dale at 8:10 A. N. and 3:30 p. m_, connecting at Don- 
ahue \rith steamer, and arriving in San Francisco at 
12:40 p. m. and 8 p. m. Freight received all day. 
THE GEYSEBS. 
VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S Staee Line via 
Cloverdale. the shortest, cheapest and best route. 
Only TWO HOURS' staging. Through time from 
the cvfcy, seven hours— passing the most beautiful, 
and picturesque 3cenery on this coast. EicuWon 
Geyser Tickets Bold only at General Office or oa> 



Laufihing Gas. 

Dr. Wilson, Dentist, 205 Third street, makes a 
specialty of extracting teeth withaut pain by the 
use of laughing' gas, and with twelve years expe- 
rience in its use can warrant success with entire 
safety in the most difficult cases. 



Clara Antonia, M. D., de Paris, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, L34$ Post street, near DupOnt. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. 6-o 

If Yon ' 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 

course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium foot of 

Powell street. North Beach. Excluisve department 

and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

t 6-a 

A Maenifieent Saloon. 

For the very finest Liquors, the best Ha- 
vanas, and for a hot lunch day and night, go to 
the elegant new saloon of Sample & Chamberlin, 
Hardy street, off Kearny, between Bush and 
Sutter. 

Photographic* 

Edouart & Cobb 604 Kearney street, produce 
Pastel Paintings which are superior to either Oil 
or Water Colors. Enlargements in all styles, gen- 
eral photographic work guaranteed, 9-bh 



The original "Swain's Bakery"Hs now established 
in their magnificent new place at 21S Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 



Palmer Bros. 



Keep the "Crown" Perfamery, the best in use 
726 to 734 Market street. 



Da. Chas. C. CDokitkll (laje U. S. A_), office 
and residence 825 Kearny street. The treatment 
of women and children a specialty. z 

Millinery Goads, 
Wholesale and retail, at Palmer's, 726 to 734 



"TWA HOUBSAT HAME." 

PACIFIC HALL, 

Monday, *T"u.ly X9t±*, 

And Every Evening at 8 o'clock, (Sundays 
excepted), Matinee on Saturday. 

SIR. KENNEDY, 

The Scottish Vocalist, assisted bj his family in 

SONGS OF SCOTLAND 



PROGRAMME FOR MONDAY and TUESDAY. 
Pianoforte Duet — "Scottish Airs." 

"My ain Fireside.'' 

"There's nae luck about the house." 

"Come under my Plaidie." 

Glee (five voices)— "Hail smiling Mora." 

"The March of the Cameron Men." 

Humorous Trio — "Dame Durden," 

"The Lang Awa Ship," 
Glee (five voioes)— "Strike the Lyre." 
"The Land o' the Leal." 
"Scots wha ha'e wi" Wallace bled." 
Pianoforte— Reels and Strathspeys. 
Part Song— "Ye Banks and Braes." 
• "Bonnie Prince Charlie." 

"The Laird o' Cocipen." jt 3| <3 

"O Rowan Tree." ' 

"Kathleen Mavonmeen." 

Story— "How oor Johnsocht me for Ms wife." 

Glee (lix voices)— "The cloud capped towers, " 

"Allister Macallister." 

"Auld Lang Syne." 

Admission. 50 cents. Front seats. §1. 

Tickets at Gray's Music Store. Kearny St. jyl5-td 



ic E! isr nr aa: 

Industrial Exhibition 

Fnder the Auspices of the 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 

Will be opened to the Public at the 

Industrial Fair Building, Eighth St., 

Between Market and Mission, on 

Tuesday, August 17, 

At 11 a. si., with the usual ceremonies! 

Exhibitors will please make applica- 
tion for space without delay as none can be assured 
later than the 20th of July. By the addition of the 
new Horticultural Department 20. 000 feet exhibitors' 
space have been addea to the building. 

There is no charge for exhibitor's room, and steam 
power is furnished free. 

Applications for space can be made to J. H. 
GILMORE, Superintendent, or to J. H. CULVER; 
Secretary, at tbe Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post street, 
personally or by letter, who will furnish all informa- 
tion and promptly answer all inqniriee. 

By order Eoard of Managers. 

jyl3-lm A. S. HALLTDIE, President. 



if 



Try ra. 

BON TON" PUNCH 



Mutiny,. tuc.t.i: 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

No. 215 Sansome Street. 

The Directors have declared a dividend 

at the rate of Nine (9) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Seven and a Half (7i) per cent, per 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
June 30, 1875. free of Federal tax. payable on and 
after MONDAY, July l5th, 1875. 

JOHN PARROTT, President. 
BSan Francisco, June 30. 1875. jy6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

The Board of Directors of this Soclety 

have declared the dividend lor the half year ending 
June 30, 1875, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
annum on term deposits and seven and one-half 
percent. (74) pe? annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, payable on and after July 15, 1875. 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LETTB, Secretary. 



SHIS-DAT EXCURSIONS. 

Steamer leaves Green street wharf Sunday at 8 
o'clock. Returning, arrives in San Francisco at 615 
P. M. 

Great reduction in Excursion Tickets 

P. DONAHUE, President 
F. H. GERDE8. Gen'l P. & T. A*t 
Office, 426 Montgomery street. nolO-tf 



H. E. MATTHEWS & CO. 




8 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mortgage Union and Savings 

Bank of California, 534 California street, corner of 
Webb. — For the quarter ending with June 30th, 
1875, a dividend has been declared at tbe rate 
of Eight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 6th. 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDE ND N OTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 513 California Street. 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths (9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875. free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1S75. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHI8HOLM, Secretary 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 

For the half year ending with Jane 

30th, 1875, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one haif <7A> per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th, 1375. Per order, 
je2S-lm LOVELL WHITE. Cashier. 



Masonic Savings & Loan Bank 

NO. 6 POST ST., MASONIC Tt MPLE, 

Sax Fkajicisco. 

Guarantee Capital $170,000 

Money Received on Term and Ordinary 

Deposit. Dividends paid semi-annually. Loans 
made on approved securities. This Bank issues cer- 
tificates of deposit payable in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Boston and principal Atlantic cities, and the 
Canadas; also, london, Paris, Hamburgh, and all 
the principal cities of Europe. This Bank solicits 
the patronage oi ill persons. 

WH. H. CULVER, President. 
je23-6m H. T. GRAVES, Secretary. 



/&-HiSTm»il3av^iuT^i 




AT GRAY'S NEW MUSIC STORES, 

103 KEARNY STREET. jell-lm 



GEORGE MATES, 
Dealer In Oyaten, Clams, and, 

aU kinds of SHELLFISH. Stalls Noa. 
40, 41.42. California Market, entrance 
on California street. 

Public or private parties and families supplied 
from 6 A. ml to 12 p ar. ladies' aad Gentlemet * 



Lithographing* Printing, Engraving,! 
Book Binding, Ma"-* Forms, Cer- 
tificates, Conntlnc-Hous? 
Stationers, 

NO, 300 CALIFORNIA-ST.. SAN FRANCISCO 
je22-lm 



GOODEITOUGH 




77 Jessie Street. 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Sook and Job Printers, 



omnierclal and 411 Clay Sta. 

ja20-tf 



DIVORCES OBTAINED! 

Wttliout Publicity! 

On Shortest Notice I 

For Any Cause Whatever 1 

Legal Everywhere^ 

ItS" All correspondence strictly confidential. 
Address ATTOEKBY. 

Box 400, Pogt-Offiee, 
jyl-tf San Francisco. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AMD 

Hairdressing Establishment 

63* Washlnjrton street, 

below Kearny. PRICES RE-- 

r>T70KD: Baths, 25 cent*. Shav-^^^ 

ing, 35 cents. Hair cuttLua. 25 ^BjBATHjj 

cents, Snampoolnc, 36 oenta. wm3 . __,„ 



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California Theatre. New Olyapic Variety? AL ACE VARIETIES, BUCKLEY'S NEW VARinr 

IPJ PANTILB 

I OPERA BOUFFE 



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V'tt* 
Time, 



EVERTON. 

•• INCiH 

A. Grand Flrot Part 



M.MIVi KVK H I-V l>\ v RIETY W*IK-A 



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.larcrr i»r 

JULIAN ADAMS 

.. -aratea Vncll.a aalaus. rraia 

manpu .,»'i ta.traii*. 
•ATURDAT AND SUNDAY EVENING* 
PIHBT 



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Robinson Crusoe 



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Orrbr.lra 

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SONNAMBULIST,'"""' " M " , " , 'T, , ,\\ .».,a 

["lTfin <*«"* *»* mint ii»> wiin i-tTintN 

■ •rH»"ir» II- mi m u;r, n am in. minim, hmui. 



Miss Idrv lT«lslx. 
; Miss Josepliino 

j SA^tTOJJATT^AIlD SUNDAY EVLNIKGI 

Tb« t'»ft,-niuutn will C"*Ttmfwt ait), a 

EIRSr PIKT OF WiT. SOKG «M0 FUl 

■Wax Uw<»ntj Ptae*l!i 

Four end Mon. 

rtnu.li.iif with ttM VAK1KTV WALK ABOUND 



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lat'lla Ma versa 

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lar. l*t<-*Aa Narua 

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DUTCH SPECIALTIES. 

■ And CfcaiUy Harrta 



Ni-WCHARACTFR SONGS, FED BARRY 



. -1 Robinaoa to Lb* New Warld 



R+lman Ctsm oWlffd to *« mvnid with tb« 

, -r<a Otm-I Indiwi Uuto* b/ T»toty Caildran. 

—4 Cii — iar at ladtaa Msrrtass. 0*1 data Ufht EH* eta. 

fUe*atiii*ti -n bats— a Um \»u»on Ananias, Laona 



iMkal Mm ur KOI A It UO INDl V HOBOS 



•-*. the Favorite Young Prima Dona*, 

SENORITA SOLEOID U1DA Y MORON I 

9 .nc the Ana Iron 

"LUCIA Dl LAMMERMOOR <" 

And th* Walu, 
" FAR PROM Tl 



SafUaS LibraUaa at th« Box Office. Price, 25 cents. 

Price* «baw Usual. 
*WaU rai tec <trar<-d at Che Theatre oa Saturday 
and Hnnriar from I* lo 4 o'rlork. 

IHAS. SCHUTZ, Business Manager 



[>aarr 

»«m and Dance 



Fnnn* Hunker 

Johinr (n«h 

DIM Hud. I 



THE THREE ORPHANS. 

Laoia* Socvfin...... And t . .. . Vl n ulo We lch 

^^^^^ III i III lia 

THE TWO TRAVELERS ! 

..Bairy Carroll And ..Kt»os 

Oyrrlnrr 

>rmuiii> 

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Or,-h»-.lrii 

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Amusements Et-€. 

Caufobioj* Theatre.— Tonight doees 

the Htsood week oi 'The 6r-au*-hraun," and wW 
aifbi'i awoae M the bijaest far thi* week. thare 
, oir uule doobt that tbe burinm for tbe n«zt 
will keep op to the stmt wonderful rtandard 

Opera House.— 'Tron Frou," as gireD 

Vj tbe Da:j Fifth A**no* Theatre company at Qua 

place of amaaesest waa a eleTer and appreciated 
periarmance- We oof ortunately bare Dot time or 
•pace to-day W be more explicit- This afternoon 
"Frcm Fr-*" thl* ereaiac "IWwee," and on Mon- 
day that bi? attraction The Big Bonanza." 

Maguke'm New Tbeatrb.— "The Bo- 

heaolaa Girl" drew the urual "fall and fsahlotiUe 
booae~ WhEUt In aome re*peete, *»* I-erformance 
v»» better *b* " that of Tuesday evening, in «th<_rs 
it waa lacking, bot taken altogether the opera waa 
defagbtfuily given. This afternoon, last perform- 
-*□«- of -•MignoD," this eTeoing, U Troratore, " 
and to-morrow evening "Martha." 

Mexicaw IsiA-MiLE Opera Compact. 

To-morrow evening, an extra performanoe of 
»m« troupe— indaced bj the success attending that 
of last aundaj night— will be given at tbe Califor- 
nia Theatre. Tbe bill is Offenbach"* comic opera 
of "Eobtnson Crnsoe." and will include a ballet of 
ages, which was omitted at tbe former present- 
is of the opera at Plata Hall, on aaconnt of the 
* of the stage. 

Pacific Hall.— THEfKEN>'TT<T Famtlt. 

On M-nday evening next, the Kennedy family, 
who have eatabliabed a good reputation in Aus- 
tralia, open here in their characteristic perform- 
ance of "Twa Hours at Hime." From their rari- 
cua programmea we abonld Imagine their enter- 
tainment** would be of the moat pleasing nature. 

Buckleys New Vartett Theatre,— 

Frank Mortimore'a benefit waa a big one, as of 
course ir •hould be, The principal features oi this 
evenm* i programme are tbe old man and woman 
c% "We're fteTeoty-Fi-re To-day," by Mortimer and 
Ximlc, and "The Yankee Boys." by Swain and 
West 

Palace Vabiett Theatre.— The bill for 

t- M" evening contains a whole catalogue of attrac- 
tions, from which we select Julian Adams' concer- 
tina solos, Miss Louise Lee's lightning changes, 
George C Thompson's specialties. Alii Barbee's 
salamander feast, and Bam Earlis' living shadows. 

New Olympic Varibtt Theatre, — 

This evening, Billy Everton. tbe celebrated banjo 
soloist, and specialty artist, will make bis first ap- 
pearance, Ned Barry will haTe a new budget of 
songs. "The Brand of Shame" will be continued 
and Harris and Carroll have a new act. 

Woodward's Gardens — Attractions. 

On Saturday and Sunday tbe beautiful Albino 
eh ildrerx the greatest freak of Nature ooeurring in 
the human species; Mile. Victorine in her great act 
as tbe slackwire; Big. Laviti. tbe Fire King, in his 
astounding rcpa* in/male; Mile. Grade and Mom*. 
Leo In their lightning trapeze. 

The Cliff House.— Captain Foster, the 
genial host of the Cliff House, entertains visitors 
from all parts of the Globe at his famous sea-side 
resort. The Cliff House is the one thing San 
Francisco has to boast of as different from any 
thing elee in the world. Omnibuses run every day 
from the terminus of the Lone Mountain railroad. 



NOTES. 

Tbe P:< man indulged in a sensational article 
Wednesday evening, p ur porting to show bow Daly's 
telegram had chased Magtdre all over the country- 
and bow so much had been paid by the one Manager 
to the other and so much had been settled between 
the two. We have been requested to announce that 
the telegraphic chasing is all nonsense, that Tom 
Maguire, Jr., on tbe receipt of Mr. Daly's proposi- 
tion Immediately telegraphed to tbe hotel In New 
York at which Tom Maguire. Br, is staying, that he 
received an immediate answer and that the $2,500 
said to have been agreed upon as tbe rent for tbe 
Opera House, is nowhere near the correct figures 
either this way or that way. A pretty card house 
the Poet man had built, but PovJ : and the whole 
thing has gone down with the leg oi a Knave of 
Heart- peeping out from underneath the ruins ! 

Little Nell has been doing well in Sacramento. 
She received a rousing farewell benefit on the &tb, 
playing "San, the Good for Nothing." On Monday 
„-*nnin- last, she gave a benefit performance in aid 
of tbe Congregation Benal Israel. On Tues- 
day evening, the 13th, there was a barge house at 
Metropolitan Theatre to hear Mr. A. P. Burbank, 
the reader, 

fian Jose has been absolutely glutted with amuse- 
ments. On the night of the 9th a concert was given 
at the Music Hall by asingingaoriety.tbecantataoi 
"The Flower Queen" forming the bill. On the 11th, 
Prof. Rice gave an instance of his m in rl -reading pow- 
ers at tbe OperaHouse. OnTuesdayandWednesday 
evening* 113th and 14th.i, tbe Mexican Infantile 
Opera Bouffe Company gave two entertainments, 
playing "La Grande Ducheese" and "Robinson Cru- 
soe." Lastly, on Monday next thereisto be a grand 
gymnastic tournament at tbe Opera House by the 
Ban Joee Turn-Verein, under the direct superin- 
tendence and leadership of Mr. Louis Gericbten. 
After this who shall say tbatSaa Jose is not a show 
place? 

Bat if San Jose has been dissipated what has 
Grass Valley been, where, on the 10th, a grand Ice 
Cream Social waa given by the Methodists '; In- 
duced by the great success attending the entertain- 
ment, there is much talk of getting up another. 

Santa Barbara has also had its share oi shows. 
On Friday, the 9tb. the Denin-Sawtelle Troupe gave 
a performance at Lobero's Theatre of "Pygmalion 
and Galatea." The "biz." was. however, email 
f-'atuxday "The Gilded Age" was given to a much 
better house. On Monday, the 12th. the Carreco- 
Sauret Troupe gave a most successful concert, 
Jackley's Circus opened there yesterday. 

Portland -a not been behindhand In amusements 
either. C~ -;e 7th Mr. Thomas Wbiffentook asuc- 
cessf ul benefit at the New Market Theatre. On the 
16th Mr. Frank Gilder gave his farewell concert at 
the Masonic Hall. One of the features oi tbe pro- 
gramme was Gilder's arrangement of the Haxomoad 
Revival Mel- ies. The troupe, -which includes Mx. 
Whiffen, Mir. Blanche Gallon andilra. Babcoxleft 
for Victoria on Tuesday, the 13th. where they gave 
a concert on Wednesday. They are, by this time 
homeward bound for San Francisco. Miss Phelps 



The American Burlesque Opera Troupe havetheir 
home in Eugene City There, leas than a fortnight 
azo, did they «*■» *»° performance*, fieaeroualy 
presenting tbe State University the entire proceeds 
of both shows— amounting to fifty dollars. 

Bortbwick Bett. the Scotch athlete and champion 
swordaman arrived from the East on Wednesday. 
He is under eugace«ntnt to appear at Wovdward • 
Garden*. 

We have been desired to give the following cor- 
rect account of the "difficulty" concerning the an- 
a ailed engagement of the Gates Company at the 
Park Theatre, ». Y. A Mr. Cbarlea Oulver, it 
seems, presented himself at the Park recently, and 
proposed to lease that house for two weeks with the 
privilege, representing himself as the authorized 
s«ent of Mrs. James A. Oates. with whom be 
cl aimed te be in constant communication. After 
tbe'eontract was signed. Mr. Culver directed Mr. 
Cool White, of the Park, to engage chorus and 
oiher persons necessary to produce the operas. 
Culver then proceeded to advertise the «ty exten- 
sively for July 5. Meanwhile there was no money 
forthcoming, a* agreed with Manager Fulten. This 
indaeed direct telegraphic commmnication with 
Mrs. Oates. who replied through her business mac- 
agar, rerndiaiingMr. Culver, and denying his as- 
sumed connection with her company. Tbe season 
closed at Hooley « Opera House. Chicago, on tbe 
3d. Mrs. Oates is at present at Long Branch. 

'■Ultlmo," as played by the Hooley Comedy Com- 
pany at Pipers Opera House. Virginia Olty. only 
ran four nights, being withdrawn on Thursday even- 
ing. July gth. On Friday, the ?tb, "David Garrick'' 
and "Jenny Lind" were produced with O'Neill as 
Garrick and Miss Raker as Ada Ingot ; Crane, of 
course, playing Granby Gag, and Mias Katie May- 
hew. Jenny Lind. is tbe farce. An extra perform- 
ance of "Ultimo" was given on Saturday afternoon, 
and in the evening, Miss Louise Hawthorne made 
her first appearance as Nelly in "Lost in London.* 
On Sunday. "David Garrick" and "Jenny Lind" 
and on Monday, i2th, "The Two Orphans." Astnis 
is the first time it has been produced on the Pacific 
Coast outside of San Franeisco. and the first time 
fcbeHoolsy Company have played it we give the 
east as a matter of record : Chevalier Maurice De 
Vaudry. James O'Neill ; Count De Livieres, Minis- 
ter of Police. H. M. Brown ; Picard, Valet to the 
Chevalier. W. H. Crane ; Jacques Frochard, an 
Outlaw. A. H. HastingB ; Pierre Frochard, the 
Cripple, his brother. M. A. Kennedy ; Marquis de 
Presles, E. J. Buckley; La Fleur. in service of the 
Marquis de Presles, J. O. Sefton; Doctor of tbe 
H&*T.iul of Louis andLa Salpetriere, John Jack; 
Martin, Citizen of Paris, J. W. Wilkes ; Henrietta, 
Louise, (the two Orphans), Miss Louise Hawthorne 
and Miss Katy Mayhew; La Frochard, 
Mother of Jacques and Pierre. Mrs. Chas. Ed- 
monds ; Sister Genevieve, Matron of La Saltpet- 
riere. Miss Annie Finnin ; Sister Therese, Miss 
A damson ; Maritime, an Outcast, Miss Emily Baker. 
Tbe play ran four hours. Miss Hawthorne, Miss 
Katie Mayhew and Mrs. Edmonds have been very 
highly spoken of by the local press. It should be 
msntioned that Mr. Hooley produces "The Two 
Orphans" by arrangement with Mr. John McCul- 
lough. 

It ie very probable that Miss Alice Harrison will 
be Eoubrelte at the California Theatre, in place of . 
Miss Jennie Lee. 

Emerson's Minstrels close at tbe Boston Theatre 
this evening, play at the Academy, Providence, on 
the 19th ; Albany. 2€th ; Dayton, Ohie, August 6th 
and 7th. 

Tony Pastor's troupe are playing at Toronto this 
evening, and may be expected here early in Sep- 
tember, 

About the same time G. L. Fox's "Hnxnpty 
Dumpty" troupe will open at the California Theatre. 
We are informed that no less than fifty three 
ladies hava made applications to Manager Daly for 
places in hia company next season. Of these eight- 
een offered to pay for tbe privilege. 

From our usual weekly bulletin of the progress of 
t he two new theatres, our readers will learn that at 
the Mission street Grand Opera House, the doors of 
the orchestra, orchestra circle, family circle and 
gallery are in, with the backs for the seats in tbe last 
two circles. The arch of the proscenium is sprung 
and presents a remarkably graceful appearance. 
Work is now rapidly going on with the ceiling, 
which will be boarded, canvassed and painted, but 
not plastered. Tbe whole ceilinc. being in a hemi- 
spherical f t>rai, will be in effect a huge sounding 
board On the stage everythingia activity, and the 
machinery for moving the enormous scenes is being 
added to daily. 

At the theatre on Market street astonishing ad- 
vance! have been made. The beams and joists of 
the^stage are in place, the orchestra floor is set, and 
the girdeis for the second circle are in place. There 
seems nothing rash in saying that the theatre will 
be opened early in October. For the hotel there 
have also rapid advances been made, the iron front- 
age of the ground floor all along the line of Eddy 
street being up. 

On Friday. August the Gth. Mr. George Ciprico 
makes his first appearance at the California Thea- 
tre in his play of "The Bohemian." Ttis play was 
formerly known as "Edmund Keen," but the name 
has been changed in consequence of pending ar- 
rangements with Mr. Barton Hill for the purchase 
of another play with the title "Kean." This latter 
was translated by Barton Hill from Dumas' cele- 
brated play of that name for Edwin Booth, but 
Booth found his time too much occupied with 
"Macbeth" and "Hamlet" to do "Kean" justice. 
And so Booth relegated his interest in the play to 
Barton Hill, who has offered it to Ciprico, who 
will very poasibly bring it out in the Eastern cities. 
At tbe C. T. B. C. Picnic on Thursday, the thea- 
tre team were the winners in the six-oar contest 
with the Mystic Club, by something like half an 
inch. 

Sam Wetherill has quit theatricals and taken to 
politic*. He is now before the public as candidate 
for Supervisor of the Fifth Ward, and as he was 
Police Judge for two years and Committing Magis- 
trate for a twelvemonth at Sacramento, he certainly 
has the claim of long acquaintance with municipal 
duties. 

After concluding their season the principal 
members of the English Opera Company now play- 
ing here, will take a short rest and then under the 
prima donnaship of Miss Kellogg, open the Fall 
season at Booth's Theatre, New York, October 4th. 
Among the operas to be presented during the sea- 
bob will be " The Lily of Killamey," "Crown 
Diamonds" "Ballo en Maschera" and "L' Etoile du 
Ndrd." We very much hope that tbe present Com- 
pany during their season here will also treat us to 
tbe above. 

In our advertisement columns will be seen a 
"special notice," by which tbe patrons of the Eng- 
lish Opera are notified that the only places where 
seats are placed on sale by the Management, are 
at Sherman k Hyde's Music Store and the Box 
Office of Maguire's New Theatre, and that they are 
in no way responsible for the transactions of specu- 
lators who buy seats and sell them at a premium. 
But would not the evil be entirely obviated by 
squelching the speculator? If he be an excresence, 
cut him off. 

At tbe conclusion of Mr. Boucicsulfs engage- 
ment, Mr John McCullough accompanies him to 



Redenti, cays the S. T ilrrmry. "has recently 
ioined the Kellogg English Opera Troupe at San 
Francisco, as a prima donna, and has created a pro- 
found impression" When ! or was it of disap- 
pointment i 

Bartley Campbell is at present in Brooklyn, com- 
pleting arrangements for the opening of tbe Opera 
House, with a dramatic company. We should not 
be very much surprised if that company were at 
present playing "Tbe Two Orphans' in Virginia 
City. 

Tbe left wing of Daly's Fifth Avenue Company. 
it at present playing at Toronto. 



EASTERN DEAJrlATIC NEWS. 

mew TOKK. 

A new dramatic and literary club was organized 
at a meeting held at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, July 
It is called the "Figaro." and its members will 
meet at 44 West Twenty-seventh street The fol- 
lowing officers were elected for the present year : 
President, John Brougham ; Treasurer, George 
Brandretb; Manager, E. C. Delmar; Secretary. John 
A. Mack; Cashier, D R. Doty. 

Mr. George Belmore. a noted English comedian, 
will be seen in "The Firing Scud" at Booth's Thea- 
tre, next season. 

John Brougham is engaged on a new play for Miss 
Clara Morris. 

Carl Rosa will not come to America this season. 

Strakosch sails from London for New York on 
August 14th. 

Charles M. BarraE. author of the "Black Crook." 
left more than $43,000 of personal estate. Royal- 
ties from performances of the "Black Crook" since 
his death have added (9,225 more, making tbe 
estate amount to nearly $53,000. Debts not col- 
lected, fees and multitudinous other expenditures 
deducted, leave $37,671 to be distributed The 
"Black Crook" as property, fell equally to Barras' 
four brothers, and has been traded among them 
until Alfred owns three-fourths of it and Washing- 
ton the other fourth. John sold his interest to the 
administrator, Hiram, for $1/00, and Alfred 
bought the half, then owned by Hiram, for 83,000. 
The play netted William Wheatley about $150,000. 
and as much more to Jarrett £ Palmer, so that the 
profits on tbe "Black Crook," in New York, and out 
of it, must have reached over half a million Bar- 
ras realized over $104,000 out of the piece but lost 
over half of it in outside speelations. 

Only one specialty theatre remainsopen on Broad 
way, the Olympic, and that because it has been ren- 
dered pleasantly cool by the operation of steam fans 
in tbe auditorium. , 

Miss Carlotta LeClercq arrived at Liverpool, July 
12th, 

Mr. and Mrs. Shiel Barry left for England, June 
SKth. Shiel Barry, will play Harvey Duff, in ' The 
Shaughraun," wbieh is to beproducedat tbe Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane, September 4th r but we doubt 
whether he will play it better than doeB Mr. Pate- 
man. 

Joe Jefferson and his two daughters sailed for 
Liverpool, June 30th, to be absent two years. 

An English Opera Troupe, under the Manage- 
ment of Fryer U ColviHe. will soon appear at Wal- 
laces Theatre, N. Y. 

Mr. Stephen Fiske has left town for Long Branch 
and Saratoga and the newspaper men are happy. 

"Girofle-Girofia" was replaced at Robinson Hall, 
July 12th. by an English verson of "Chflperic" and 
"La Rose d'Auvergne." 

Colonel Raymond- Sellers will appear at the 
Union Square Theatre, New York, next month, and 
Barry Sullivan will make bis bow at Booth's Thea- 
tre, at about tbe same time. 

The Bowery has been leased by Mr. H. C. Husted 
for a period of five years. Tbe theatre closed for 
repairs on the 6th, and will reopen August 21st. 
with the Parisian drama of "Rose Michel" and the 
n ew English play of the "Face in the Moonlight." 
The "Tichborne Claimant" is among the novelties 
to be produced at this house during the coming 
season. 

Out of twenty-three regular places of amusement 
in New York,all but three have yielded upthe ghort 
to the absorbing influence of old Sol and Gilmore's 
Concert Garden. This latter place has asserted an 
irresistible magnetism with tbe beaumonde of the 
city. The treasurer's books display tbe astounding 
fact that over one hundred and fifty thousand ad- 
mission tickets were sold at the various offices dur- 
ing tbe first three weeks of its existence, besides a 
nightly sale of over one hundred private boxes. 
Tbe receipts have averaged twenty-eight thousand 
dollars weekly, since the opening night 

Alterations of the most elaborate and extensive 
character are being made in the stage of the Acadmey 
of Music for the forthcoming Kiralfy Sensation of 
"Around the World." Unlike other scenic works, 
the success of "Around the World" will be made to 
depend a great deal upon its artistic refinement as 
a dramatic composition and the ability of each in- 
divided engaged in its representation. Tbe Kiralfy 
Brothers state the initial performance will occur 
about August 16th. 

In the U. S. Supreme Court, 26th, JoBb Hart's 
counsel replied to the complaint of Boncicault, 
that his play, "The Shaughraun" bad been stolen 
by Hart, filing a demurrer, which averred that the 
complaint did not properly allege that "The 
Shaoghraun" waa a copyrighted production, nor 
show wherein "The fikibbeah" (Harts play) waa 
plagiarist! c. Judge Woodruff overruled this de- 
murrer last Spring, and granted a temporary in- 
junction, upon terms, forbidding the representation 
of several acts of "The Skibbeab." The Hart 
party of counselors, appealed from this decision. 
Judge Hunt, having heard the appeal, affirmed tbe 
judgment of the Court below, but gave the unsuc- 
cessful counsel twenty-five days in which to file an 
answer to the original complaint. 

ELSEwaaP-n. "■"' 

Lotta commences an engagement in Boston on 
September 20th. 

Frank Mayo in "Davy Crockett," played atUtica, 
5th ; Troy, 6th ; Cohoes, 7th ; Lansingburg, 8th ; Al- 
bany, 9th ; WillianjBport, Pa., 10th. 

Florence Noble will be leading lady at Mrs. John 
Drew's Philadelphia Arch, next season. 

Boston Museum, June 28th. Rose Massey in "In- 
visible Prince" for last week. Globe, "Evangeline" 
burlesque for fourth and last week, with Becket, 
Ella Morant, Laura Joyce, and James S. Marfitt 
Sol Smith Russell joined at above date. Boylston 
Museum, little farces by the little company, and 
little cariosities, as usual. 

Mr. 8. W. Piercy will be leading man at the 
Olympic Theatre, St. LouiB, for the season of 1875-*. 
as we announced some month ago when tie en- 
gagement was made. 

Mirb Clara Louise Kellogg is at her Summer resi- 
dence at Cold Spring, on the Hudson. 

Mr. Arthur Cheney, manager of the Globe Thea- 
tre. Boston, is In London, in search of talent for 
next season. 

Miss Blanche De Bar will be leading lady at the 
Olympic Theatre, St. LouiB, next season. 

The Frank Frayne Combination will open season 
at the Academy, Buffalo, August 30th, in Tayleures 
drama of "Si Slocum." 
J Mr. Clifton W. Tayleure's season at the New Or- 
j leans Varieties will begin in September next. 

BJywj Ti if i wa£ tj^Tn^jn^asi^^ana^haa^a^^Ba^ 



*T» jflL. 3E1.03BLOX3LXL. 

Has Just Opened at No. 205 Kearny Street,; 

WEST SIDE, BETWEEX S UTTER AND BUSH, One ol the Lufrest and Finest Selections of 

Pure Horns-Made Candies!! 

Ever offered for sale on the Pacific Coast,- Also, just received a large and choice variety of 
EiSTEUX CONFECTIOKEBY OF THE LATEST HAKE AJSD STILES. 

Pure Home- Made CandieB Made Every Day. jy3-3n»ii 



R. J.TECHAU. 

CHOICEST 
Eastern & California 

OYSTERS. 

Clams 

And all kinds of 

Shell Fish. 

TERRAPIN STEW, 

SHKIMP and CRAB 

as alads 

DIVlltrCB/BS. 

CLAM CHOWDER. MP? 




P. D. JESSEN. 

PBITATE 

Accommodations for 

FamJlleg and Parties 

TJP-STA1RS 

BEFRESHMENTS! 

a\» ntiu 
At All Hours 

Tbe BEST of all the 
Markets Afford. 

Wines, Liquors, 

GOOD CIGARS, 

^P English Ale and Porter. 



SUMMER STREET, near KEAK5Y, bet. PINE and CALIFORNIA. 



The following company have been engaged for the 
coming season at E. E. J. Miles' Cincinnati 'Grand 
Opera House : Frank Roche, leading ; A. D. Brad- 
ley nrEt old man and stage-manager : Mark Price, 
hearies ; W. H. Southard, juvenile ; M. W. Fiske. 
comedian : Guarie de Forrest, leading ; Mrs H. P. 
Grattan, old woman : Viola Plunkett, juvenile; 
Miss Hanchett, soubrette; Mrs. Nelson Kneaas, 
character. 

The new liat for Ford's Baltimore and Washing- 
ton Theatres includes Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. Rowe 
(Georgie Dickson), souhrette; 1ST. W. Willard, O. 
Sturges. W. A. Paul. Rose Osborn, leading ; Wal- 
ter Lennox, Jr., juvenile; Annie Leonard, Grace 
Marco. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ward, J. BL Anderson, 
H. Hot to. M. Laragan, Annie Lanagan, Harry 
Pearson, and Clara Fieher. 

Bishop Cheney (Reformed Episcopal), of Chicago, 
has engaged a number of the members of the 
Richinga- Bernard Opera Troupe*, which recently dis- 
banded at Peoria, III, to train and lead a choir of 
one hundred siegers to furnish music for his con 
gregation. 

Mr. Charles R. Thome, jr, is playing in Chicago 
with a New York "Combination." 

Charlotte Thompson and troupe closed their re- 
cent traveling spurt at Danville, Pa., June 26th. 

Mr. C. B. Lewis (M. Quad), the humorist of the 
Detroit Frte Press, haa written a play for Mr. E. 
A. Locke, a comedian of some repute. 

Mr. Araott is evidently not discouraged with his 
late failures at the Chestnut, Be is again going to 
produce "Rabagas." 

The company at tbe Portland Me., Museum, 
for next season will comprise Mat Synder and wife, 
heavies; J. A. Arnold, leading; John Sutherland, 
old man ; Isabel Waldron, leading ; Florence Strat- 
ton, juvenile ; Connie Thompson, soubrette ; Frank 
Curtis, comedian, and C. W. Morris and wife. 

Quebec, June 28th.— Music Hall, E. A. McDow- 
ell's company in "Shaughraun" to good houses. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

BOA RIM OCEAN! "SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA DORS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Snppers. 

•RENO TOtTR WIPE I 

BEING TOUR FAMILY! 
■RING YOUR LADY FRIHNDa 

And enjoy a view ot the Ones; 03EA2? PANO* 

RAMA IS THE WORLD, ail in eight of 

the world-reno*nad 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet ot whrte-vrinsied meseengera enterin* 
from every part of the commercial world. 

•VRew Lice Bnaaee, connecting with Sere*'. 
Oars at Lone Mountain «Tary 15 rainntee hereaftar 
for the Cliff Hooaa iyl-tl 



FREE AND EASiY. 
OUAiEaMPtfCS- 



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S J&. 2L. O O T*ff, 

SO* MIS8IOH STREET. 

Near Seooad. 

ETerv Saturday Nigh*. 

TIIOS. WII.0, Ctnlrnitj, 
DdUI Farther Notioi. 

A tbe test Songs next Saturday Right. 
EAGLES A WILD. 



ALFRED BARRETT, 
Late of 1 3 Second Street, 

HAS REMOVED TO 

44SECOND STREET 

KEAK JESSIE. 
IS" Watches and Jewelry Eenaired at 
Sett 1 York frlces. 
Established since 1S58. njy20-tf 



The Finest Bath-Hou«c in the World 
will open for business on Tuesday, June 20tli. 

Improved Turkish Bath, 91 50, or Six Tickets for 
$7 50. Refreshments extra. Ladies' days for the 
Turkish Bathn will soon be announced. Private 
and Medicated Baths for Ladies open every day ; 
entrance on Bagley place, off OTarrell Btrect ; for 
Gentlemen. 11 and 13 Dupont st. DRS. LOEYEA 
& TEASK, Proprietors. jeSS-lw 



PLAIN TALK. 



What Will Become of this Conntry * 

is the cry of a good many, when they notice the 
doyly increasing arrival of those accursed Asiatics. 
"Why it doesn't take a prophet to answer this ques- 
tion! Just. a= surely, as yon read this, the horrors 
of civil war will be repeated again and the Ameri- 
can people will pay dearly for its own folly, not 
alone for not having stopped this surging tide ol 
China emigration in time, but also for having fat 
tened this vermin at their own expense, until it be- 
come so numerous and powerful as to compel them 
either to give up tbe country altogther, or by a ecus 
df main, free it from it. 

But to come to the point. Those persons who era 
loudest against this China pest, are those who pat- 
ronized them most by giving them employment 
either direct or indirect; then what else do you call 
it, when they, thinking them selves unobserved sneat 
into Chinese washhouses or cigar stands and otbev 
such like establishments — in order to save a few 
cents on a dollar— at the same time squandering, 
hundred fold the amount in drinking, gambling ana 
for other things to bad and numerous to mention 
here. In tbe name of common sense, is this nol 
the highest of folly ? 

Is it then impossible to stop this nonsense and 
patronize white labor and industry, and let the 
Chinamen and their white friends and patrons take 
care of themselves? Surely by so doing, we woulc 
have leas idle men, woman and children among us 
the priBonBless crowded, and have bad something elst 
besides woodchopping and getting out railroad tiet 
to offer to white emigrants being enticed to come 
to this country. Of the great numbers of ruined 
trades—let us only mention one, the cigar and cig- 
aretta manufactories in this city, which are al, 
most entirely in the hands of Chinamen, with the 
exception of a few, where only white men are em-: 
ployed and who have done their beet to stem tbe 
tide, but wiil surely also succumb to their rivals for 
want of patronage, though it should be a pleasure 
and duty of right thinking men to keep them up. 
Chief among them is J. BOLLMAITS & CO.. Rus- 
sian Cigaretta factory, 409 Washington street, es- 
tablished for the last ten years, who, besides theii 
celebrated cigaritos (next to a good Havana cigar 
the best smoking article in market), also manufac- 
ture a small, but pure Havana cigar, called Los 
Bhillantes, which brand is retailed ail over the 
city and country towns, for 5 cents each. Now, die 
you ever hear of a Chinaman manufacturing pore 
Havana cigars at that price? We did not. Surelj 
if white men undersell Chinamen, they ought to b: 
patronized — or has ft come already to this— thai 
they should wear a tail, in order to sell their goods i 
This country matt come to this yet. ju7-lm 



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Medical Advice, 

DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 

649 Clay St., bet. Montgomery and Kearny. 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 

DR. W. H. lrOIIEKTi returns his sin.' 

cere thanks to bis numerous patients for thei 
patronage, and would take thia opportunity to re 
mind them that he continues to consult at hi 
Institute for the cure of CHRONIC UlSEASEt 
OF THE LUNGS. LIVER, KIDNEYS, DIGES 
TTVE and GEN1TO-TJRINARY ORGANS, ant 
all SPECIAL DISEASES; and he hopes his lonj 
experience and successful practice will continue t< 
insure hitm a share of public patronage. By th< 

§ractice of many years in Europe and the Unite* 
tates he is enabled to apply the most efficient an< 
successful remedies against diseases of allkinds. H 
cures without mercury, charges moderately, treat 
his patients in a correct and honorable way, and ha 
references of unquestionable veracity from men c 
knows respectability and high standing in sooietj 
All parties consulting him, by letter or othefwist 
will receive tbe best and gentlest treatment, an 
implicit secrecy. • 

Consultations at the office or by letter, FREI 
Permanent cures guaranteed. Address 

W. K. DOttEJRTY, M. D., 
mhll-tf San Francisco, < ul. 



To the Unfortunate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 

No. 623 Kearny Street, Corner o 

:=^ Commercial, San FranciscC. Sdi'ranceo 
"" Commercial Established in 1S5 »,for th 
treatment and cure of all dlatasea of tbeur 
uary and generative organs, and all phys 
cal conditions or Weakness consequei 
upon the errors or ignorance of the sexes. Skin di 
ease {of years' standing) and rheumatism, succes 
fully treated. The sick and tbe afflicted should n< 
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled e: 
tensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly tl 
various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal < 
valuable information, which he fe competent I 
impart to those in need of hia services. Dr. Gibbc 
will make no charge unless he effects a cure. 

Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1967, Bf 
Francisco. noC5-tt 



Advertisers Take Notice 

I am tUstribntlnc Cards, Circular 

Handbills, etc.. on the route between here and Si 
ramento— both by the Yallejo and f- took ton rout- 
including all way towns, and am prepared to d 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter on the 
routes Orders solicited Terms moderate. A 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American Ex chan 
Hotel. Sansome Btreet. N. B.— I can refer by p ] 
mission to the proprietors of the American I . 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fiuaro for t 
manner in which I do their work. je8-t: , 



The Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a model of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Green Room between the acts. x 

Bay Slate Oyster and Chop noose, 

No. 3 Stockton street, near Market, the most 
comfortable and cosy establishment in the city, 
Ovsters cooked in the latest style. Elegant pri- 
aaa-iaoai, aW* f- ■ |- j+^r* 



DOG LICERSES_FOR 1875-76 

The New Dog Tns Hceime for '18*5-6 

now ready for delivery, at *3 eaob. Office— No 
CITY HALL. 

To Owners and Drivers of Hackni 
Carriages, Vehicles and Boats. 

The annual Licenses lor the J»»».™ d f I1 8 J"l5 
1876. are now due and payable and delinquent 
the first Jay of August, after wbicn default wul 
addei The Kew Badeea for Drivers ot Haslu 



Carriage! are now leady for deUvery. 



gea 

NNERSw'ill make prorr ' 



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"hlMaguiro's Hew Theatre. California Theatre. Maguire's Opera House. 






ILK 

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Coa'tmiei ard Unbronded Success of the 
GRAND ENGLISH 

Opera Company. 



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DION BOUCICAULT ! 

Tfc. Ir-leh Dr.rn.mt Kad Coatedlaa. 
. AND MR 

MONTAOUTO ! 

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ThBi-mliO KKNANI 

FrMiy DON GIOVANNI 

Mat inpe on Saturday. THE BOHEMIAN GIRL 
Sum iil.i) f'.v.nin: F 'VST 

M'lLC Or I'KKI.l. 
■ r.^r«f.l Smua, Arrardlas M Lantlloa HI.**, ai.so sad *.'.On. 

MATI 
•iWMl Adaar»**.e. Ml eS| Rf.i r».«l ..rat.. .10 rent. r\lrs : 
Kj.lr.aj - Ada.lft.laa. M c«nl.. 

eFt* IAL N.'TH 1 -Pttrili.t m of K«MTr«l Seat, are nntided that the only 
alar. Heat* .J. niaesd oo .ale hjr to. Management .re SHERMAN a 
LB and lb. BOX OFFKK OF MAGULRKH IHEA 
■d tie* Umt are at no way mponalbl. for the transactions of speculator., 
' Mats and s«M team at . premium. 
I^Tti. BBgitsl ". ■ ■ I . ' it. fof ale only .1 Sherman v Hyl. 1 
Music .-.tor, »„d at Ui- Tr..,,r. st Dlgat, all Other. Ormliable. 

flTRa KNAllK I'l \N..- are >.»e-l l.y tlit- Knjh.li Op«ra Company, kindly 
feraukad lit I. n '723 Market street. 

BTMAMOS A HAMt.IN ORGANS, used by tbo English Opera, kindly 
form. l,.. i by K. nil. El: CHASE A 00. 6J3 uda Ol.y street. 

J. r. ■!■■— M Btulnr.. Agree 



Inlliir Oilitn, 

forn kiBf'brl 



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mr. oaaut.aVM.log * detach 

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IEoIm rl I'nlt Minn 

DION r.urci'An/r 



- ONN, 'I IIE SI! V.UGHB \ 

Tho Soul of «vtry Fiir. the life r.l; the First Fiddle ut all 

Wc< I • J inn • and Pat Urns. 
fWrwrail J«»f-. Of tbo ill.... 



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Dojlr | 

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Arlr 0'\r»|r. In lo»e with Robert., 
t'llllrr Ffiill»l, A trltgo [..■!', 

Mr*. O-Kfllj, <',.,..,, Mother 

Hoi«i Fnthr>T Dolan'- NU<<*. in lore with Conn. 

Kriilurl Ha'llEiin, A Keener 

V.no Malono A Kroner.. 



PriuviintM. HoltllfTM, i onKLnhnlurj . 



i . If. Motlarcr 

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Jokn Wlh»n 

E. Pi. Ti-ayrr 

Wnrry 1>...mIh 

H. Mnrhlln 

.Mlm lurrl.- W»»tl 
M.t*« IMIii rslniiHit 
Mrn. Jmliilt 

Ml** .m-iiiiu- Lee 

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III-.-, tiiltl.' Iiluvs 



THE ACTION OF THE PLAY. 



A' T L— *'ivi 1— 8uil»be«. The bom* of two Irlnh girls -tho Hilt. 

Tho Blasltete. Oonn'a cuplKxivnL Tlie FuirltiTe. Two lovers. 

• -;3— Tho extoriorgf Father Dolati's, The Shaughraun. ConniToeBhant.nfi. 

- r 4— Tho home otj/Lp Pariah Prkut Conn tiiokefi a clean breast of iL 
ACT II -Scf.nr 1 ^jflBUu in Itoilyraagel Honst). Tho oounter-,>!nt, 
Kt.-rjfi ' i lir^Wwil Nf..Un»u- fla4 e«vab.4j4b<ir ont 

BotSNK i -The Barrack-room. How Robert Ffolltott fell into the trap. 
.Suknk 4 — Mrs. OKelly's Cabin. Conn get« a letter and is bothered. 

■ "-The pate tower. Theerobuah and the escape. 
Scene 6— The Blaskets Conn and RiMx rt hunted. How Conn played the fox. 
Hce.vb 7—Rathgarron Head. How Claire Ffolllot played the Decoj-dtiok. 
Si ENS .8— The ruins of St Bridget's Abhoy. The lore tryst. 
ACT III. -Scene 1— Mrs. 0'K<-Uy'fl cabin. The amnesty. 
Scbke 2-The wake of Conn the ShaiiKlirft.ui. Great News. 
SCENE 3— The shanty. Arte and Moya in prison. 

H k 4 -The coot's nest Harvey Duff gets Into a warm corner. 

Complimentary Benefit to 
JMtf* - EC. «T. 1VT ONTAGUD 

The Most Attractive 



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BIG BONANZA! 



Jonalban r n vtali..ii- , 

f liir Ir* I'Utaor 
Prof. I iTA.-.iln,), r . I. • Oaaatn, an A M " iL 8 ,' 

lllllM I,I-WU 

I arlo Kjhiplr, a sa«ra:ioua -Id tofsj \W . Ilav illic- 

it.... Knssl)'*. *'* l"ltn ttrcvr 

Jiiri Lynirr, M. ■>., la want of practic? and a pa'.<ent. H. Rarrymure 
Mr. AlpliooMi* D. Hsu, »a«toaoi tb« aucieutfaauiy ul lh> lla*^« . 

l.«Bi,f Parkra 

Tlnuirr, a party who U*im by furnUhlng "PuiaU" . I'. f'h:ipaitim 

f rantpi't*. a taluable I -noliy Keiaintr •wan Paweetl 

T:itT.rl.. i .... Mr. t rtr 

lanrtl. ■ » hi- r <.. «.uiH-rt 

■IoIib. Purts* Mr. suXHtum. 

tlrt. I,mntl;i I :.vtull;.4rr. Wife of the «Wnker. with a eoud ab-.-w 

monay M U, \ 1 i- . I.rrj 

Kngrtilu. Her Daitgtitar. heroinn of a romance beginning at tbe d..p. ( t 

and lasting for eight blocks, with unexpected ro-ml: « 

'♦Ilrts F.nmy Uiiirnpiirt 

•f r.a. 4 iirollnr I'm* alludrr. Wile of the Profesai>r. with a soul rtbnre 

science Mr*. 4.. H. 4.11 bcrt 

Vlrslr. Her Daughter, heroine of romance tin;t>d with .tii-olTini views. . 

~ Ml** KnaUf Kiel 

Will-. I». Tlnrt*. Modes Parislonne'' Ml« Nt-!l:i CunEilwaa 

Ituldt-r, with a ' Flo .r to I*f' ML** Kale HoUnm*. 

Kllfii. a ^M *t Ui.- It^ik^^ 
MTjriTcAL^uTi^ 

DKCKF.fi RHUS PIANOS arc tho only ones use I bv tho Filth Avenue 
Company; K0UL.ER, 0HA3E&O0,, Aironts, «)3Lt Clay Street. 

The Elegant Broozea and Statuary are from the house of 0. LAWTON k CO., 
Grand Hotel. 

The Floral Decorations are by WM MEYER, Bunb gta 

The Superb Furniture Is from the WKST COAST FURNITUK CO. 

The Modes Efarlsteiine are imm the WHITE HOTJSK 

PKI4'F> llrrhrHtraiind 4>n In -.li :i rirrh-. fSI ."Jl; First Ba4r»nr 
#1 IK): Orw» t:iirlc. *» oil; Family Clrrlc, r.Oi-i-nitt Boxea. #10. 

MR. DALY can give but 35 representation* In San Franoisco Ftva Wewjsm 
[a the PoeiTivK Limit of his visit, and during that period be will present with 
New Scenery and FaMhionable Garniluro, manufactured in New York exnrcMly 
for these perforraance*. the famoiw SOCIETY DRAMATIC NOVKLTTjtf* 
which have given his Theatre aod his Company a world-wide celebrity. Boats 
and Boxes can be aeoured st SHERMAN A HYDE'S, corner of Sutter aod 
Kf-amy Streets, and at the Opera House BOX OFFICE, 
TREASURER AND BUSINESS MANAGER J. W. MORRI88EY 



BUSINESS 
COLLEGE. 

U P08T STREET BAH IHA.N0I8CO 



HEALD'S: 



. I» li. -.iLnril to Fdurate 

Epds for the practical attain of life. It makea 
sin ass Educsttion a specialty , yet it* Instruction 
la not connned to Bookkeeping and Axtthmetlo 

i ut gives such broad culture as the MmtM 
now demand. Thorough instruction is given In all 
the branches of an English education, and Modorn 
language* are practically taught The discipline 
of the wii •■ and iu *yatem of ACTUAL 

Buki.xek- PKACTloa in unMirpaiwwL No pupils 
of bad eliaraeter will be admitted. For full par- 
Mculaxs oail at the College, or address, for circular*, 
X. P HEALD. San Francisco. Jj2 3m 



Factory : 

IB7 New Montgomery St. 




Encourage 
Home Industry 

O-trhh Ffnihr-r Dnntrrs, Snprrlor to 
Eastern make, at Kate* Current there 
Wall Itimters. [vi Feathers) 8 feet long, B'i 00 
Brazil Ian liver* Mnolt- I»n-t< rs. 

(very soft and thick) $1 50 to ft* •£ 00 

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FOR THIRTY DAYS 

Before Removal. 
GAS FIXTURES, 

Mantel Clocks and Fronoh Bronzes 

....AND.... 

FULL LINE OF PLUMBERS GOODS 

Tke Present Qiti,H4>rs hnvlns to be va- 
cated for the New Building of the S. F. Bourd of 
Brokers, 

336 Pine Street, 

Will Offer HI. Knili-r «Cook al 

MUCH SEDUCED PRICES. 

Jetf-lai 



J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN IjTJIVOH., 

Terrapin ( ormlaally .a Hand 

Oy.tor. In every stria PKTVATE 

evprait rooms tor pasties. 

Ha. «t» »ec«i>d Slrtet, < oraer or Tekaaaa. 



t.orji«i rv. 1>avii>, 



Everybody 
Drinks It! 



SWAN ALE! 



Everybody 
Likes It. 



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JP -A. IL. A. CJ EI . 

The Most Respectable Place on tho 
PACIFIC OOAST. 

887 Bush Street, 

Abore Magnire's New Theatre. 
Terrajilii Slew., Shrimp Salads, Crab 

Salad., Deviled Crabs, Welsh Rare-Bite, our own 
I,*!.., b"* s , m<1 p " HsMllence, Shrewsbury and 
Saddle Rock Oysters Iresh from our own Oyster 
Beds every rnomlnj, Chops. Steaks. Ice Creams and 
the best of Wines and Cljars. Oyster Fricassees a 
specialty. N. B hlegant private parlors for fauji- 
lies and select parties upstairs 
m hiiL.. lUAKlES HUlkH, 

mhls ' t ' Proprietor. 



PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BT 

B. r. STBRETT, 

532 CLAT STREET. 



XjCXN x>oiv 

Covent Garden! 

THK GATHERING PLACE OP 

the fashionable world i 

....THE ONLY.... 

Oyster Palace! 

Jn the City. 



HALL & LAGHMAN 

Now of 232 Bush Street, 

WILL REMOVE 

This Month to the Spacious Store, 

116 Sutter Street, 

« in-.,',' they will keep a 

o ELECT STOCK 

....OF.... 

<D .dSa. 1=1 —* E3 t m , 
Oilcloths, 

CTJHXAltry GOODS. 

Ele., Ete. iyl7-2w 



PIPER'S OPEHA HOUSF. 

VIK4UMA CITT, NKVAlffA. 

JOHN PIPES Proprietor 

Tbl* Elctcont Tbcutre can be Rented by 

the night or week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Manager aod Proprietor, 
Or to J. II. MeCABE, 
fe23-tf 332 Bush street, San Franoisoo, 



METROPOLITAN THEATR* 

•ACEAM ENTU 

' to i».EiKrrr, 

' y the Ffigbt, Week, or Month, fro 

Nov. 1st. For terms apply at the Theatre, or by 
letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, Sacramonto 
N B. —I have no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb?t-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

• A.H JOIK, tALA. 



Thla Benntlful and Nevrlj Renovated 

Theatre in to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 



at reasonable terms. 



O. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



THATJ8 SO. 

BeanUful and SnbatanUal Seta 

of Artlflcal TEETH only $15 and war-' 

ranted equal to any work in New York Or San Fran 

f" frf""*' 1 Gold * Dd *—*—* PUllnssi for $1 



4 FACTS 

....AND.... 

1 CONCLUSION 

1st Fact. 

IT IS UN1VERSALLT ADMTffED THAT 
VAN SOHAAOK & CO. lead tHe CLOTHING 
TRADE of the Country iu Superiority of Style, Ex- 
cellence of Workmanship and Durability of Fabric. 

2d Fact. 

VAN SOHAAOK & CO. do business ou the 
sound principle of selling the best goods for the 
leortt money, making no representations as to 
<iuality or price that they cannot fulfill. 

3d Fact. 

VAN SCHAAOK ft 00. manufacture all their 
own Clothing, and therefore run nn rink of selling 
garments of doubtful quality or workmanship. 

4th Fact. 

VAN SCHAAOK ft CO'8 stock is Immense 
and well assorted, offering to all purchasing the 
best opportunities for pruuuring their outfits of 
Summer Clothing. 

Conclusion. 

These facts can be demonstrated by an examin- 
_Aion ..t VAN SOHAAOK ft COS stock, and a 
comparison of goods as wall as prices. 

CP.VANSCflAACK&Co 

Importers and Dealers iu 
GENEHAL MrRCHANDISE, 

No*. «•«, 7»8, JIO, TI», T14 «* TI6 

KEARNY STREET, 

Opposite the Flam jyl2-lm 



HEADQUARTERS 

...FOR.... 

Nice Clothing ! 



SCHAFER A GO'S, 

708 Market Street, opposite Third. 

jyl4-lui 

THE ORIGINAL 

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AflAIN Itf THE FIELD. 

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211 STEVENSON STKEET, 

Next street to Market Near Third 

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POEDY, VAN BRUNT&ROBBINS, 

COMMISSION 

STOCK BROS BBS, 

lor, California Street. 

Opnosito Bank of California. San Franoisco, Gal 

Money Loaned and Stocks Carried 
on Margins. 

Ladies will find a room for their use. oontafnlag' 
a Stock Indicator, which will constantly telagraaa 
Market quotations. apis >a> 

New York Casino, 



838 MARKET ST., 

Opposite Fourth. 

Jel5-J,n HI". KKaVZAaOWSKvl. 



UNDERSTAND. 

TBAT WE ABE NOW SEaXaNS III 

STAR SHIRTS 

Opaa Back ar Front, for dn W. Bnnrtraas dtaa 
at oar 

New Store, 540 Market Street, 



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OBGAN OP AMUSEUCENTS. 



nbliabcd Ever? I»t»v in the Year, by 



.VI'J MEKiUANT STREET* 
Below Montgomery ■■■■ 8*n r>mciiwo 



MONDAY JULY 10 



stLTIMS HAMLET. 
The Tt.ili.in tragedian Salviiii's appear- 
ance in "Hamlet'* was tbe main feature of 
the London theatrical week ending Satur- 
day, June 5th. A critic of the Era thuB 
Bpeake it : He succeeded admirably in tbe 
dramatic passages of the play, and gave a 
fine stamp to the whole thing which can- 
not be equaled. Supreme gentleness is the 
key-note to the performance. He could not 
"be mad, for lunacy does not spring from 
Bucb sweet and even dispositions. Signor 
Salvini, whose whole impersonation was 
marked by a proper recognition of all the 
impulses of a well-bred gentleman, suc- 
ceeded Wet in the scenes in which affection 
could best be shown. The dialogue with 
Ophelia when Polonious and the King are 
hidden behind the arrras was a lovely inspira 
tion of art; but nothing like Hamlet, if the 
text is to be believed. The interview with 
< Jcrtrude has never been better carried out 
in a dramatic sense, or so warmly applaud- 
ed; but the philosophy of the man was 
sacrificed for the picturesque touches of the 
artist. The soliloquies were unquestion- 
ably inferior to the purely dramatic scenes. 
"O, what a rogue and peasant slave am I," 
this famous soliloquy, with its wonderful 
changes, went for nothing, because its re- j 
flection did not suit the inborn tempera- 
ment of the artist. Salvini is far too great 
an artist to do anything badly, but it is 
possible to misunderstand the tragedy. 
For, if this were not so, some more effect 
would have been wrung from "To be or 
not to be." The play scene, admirable 
throughout on account of its varied and 
interesting business, would, of course, have 
been improved if the players had been al- 
lowed an interview beforehad. Why this 
intense study of a .play within a play of 
which Hamlet was not known— save by 
tradition— to have written one line; why 
this wonderful consultation of a text in 
manuscript which the audience had not 
been told was due to the authorship of the 
princely scholar? But to make amends 
for those shortcomings there were the first 
ghost scene, the interview with the queen 
mother, and the fencing scene, all of them 
most remarkable and intensely varied. All 
of them were distinguished for their affec- 
tionate character and refinement of read- 
ing. Of these sceneB that with the queen 
mother was certainly the best, and more 
completely than in any other part of the 
play illustrated Salvini's idea of the char- 
acter. It e*cited the audience to tremend- 
ous enthusiasm, and the actor .was called 
forward again and again. But in the play 
of "Hamlet" a purely dramatic audience is 
as much interested in any novelty in tbe 
way of what is technically know as "busi- 
ness" as in *he general grasp and idea of 
the character by the actor. The Hamlet 
of Salvini is rich in novelty and ingenuity 
of business. First of all, when the ghost 
appears at the further end of the platform, 
Hamlet enters from under the portcullis of 
the castle, and the ghost has, of course, 
preceded him. Tbe full rays of the moon- 
light fall uptm Hamlets face, and the ghost 
addressed him with tbe ghost's back turned 
to the people. This is always reversed in 
England. Hamlet turns his back and the 
ghost faces the audience. How much better 
from an art point of view, to see the agony 
depicted on the face of Hamlet than to be 
attracted by the placid and pale face of the 
ghost. But it is to be feared there are few 
actors cast for the ghost who would see the 
matter in the same light The second ex- 
cellent idea of Salvini is the detection of the 
triok of Poloniua and the King in the face 
of Ophelia. He reads in her eyes and by 
her indecision what is the matter. TM3 
hesitation and mental wandering form the 
key-note to the question "Where's your 
father V The business of' turning over the 
leaves of the manuscript play in the play- 
scene is very good, but we have already 
commented on this point Tbe falling of 
Hamlet into the arms of Horatio when the 
King has fled ia very beautiful, but not 
new. It occurred to Mr. Fechter, and 



preceded by a dirge played on instruments. 
The fencing Mcene contains one of tbe bent 
bits of business in the play, which may not 
be now, but is thoroughly in harmony with 
Salvini's idea of Hamlet During an ex- 
cited bout Hamlet disarms Laertes, and, 
having done so, presents bis antagonist 
with his own weapon like a courteous prince 
and gentleman, picking up for his own use 
the poisoned foil of Laertes. What an ex- 
cellent way of getting out of a well-known 
difficulty, and what a chance for a good 
Laertes in the way of facial expression! 
He has, indeed, been "hoist with hiB own 
petard." The crouching attitude of 
the King trembling at the foot 
of his thorne, and half-sheltered by 
his courtiers, is noteworthy; as also the 
vigor of Hamlet as he breaks through all 
opposition and kills his enemy at 
last. The death of Hamlet as illustrated 
by Salvini, is perhaps, the most beautiful 
scene in tbe whole. It is the refrain of all 
this noble Bong of love and affection. His 
heart is bound to that of. Horatio, and be 
fore his spirit departs he bends his friend's 
face towards him and kisses it. This ex- 
quisite idea thrilled the house with delight 
But on this occasion the Salvini honors 
were fairly divid-d. Few playgoers pre- 
sent could ever have seen such an exquisite 
rendering of Ophelia as that of Signora 
Giovagnola. The actress held the house so 
that you might have heard a pin drop. The 
contemplation of her madness was absorb- 
ing, and her hysterical laugh so true that 
all in the bouse shuddered at it A more 
beautiful and artistic specimen of acting 
has not been seen for some time. It would 
be difficult to discover a better Ophelia. 
Concerning the Hamlet, now that the ex- 
citement is over, the consideration of it has 
been arrived at with calmness and propri 
ety, we cannot help thinking that, as a 
reading of Hamlet, it will not meet with 
the approval of English Shakespearian 
students. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 





PEOPLE'S 
INDEPENDENT 

MASS MEETING! 

....AT... 

rrno-xonr ecaxjXj, 

....OH 

Tuesday Evening, July 20th, 

At 8 o'clock, on which occasion 

HON. NEWTON BOOTH 

And Other Speakers 

Will Address the Meeting 

Seats in the .gallery reserved for ladies and their 
escorts. 

SAMUEL COWLES. 
Chairman State Central Committee. 
J. M. Currier, Secretary State Central Com- 
mittee. >yl9-2t 



MARKET STREET 

Bank of Savings ! 

634 MARKET STREET. 

Opposite Palace Hotel. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



Tbe LaK'st'MutiiH'c Attraction. 

The Chicago Tribune sayB : Of all queer 
things in this queer city the giving away of 
a Bible as a prize to be raffled for — a bonus 
for attendance at a theatrical matinee seems 
to us the queerest. Mr. Gardiner, manager 
of the Academy of Music, announced Fri- 
day that children would he admitted to his 
theatre at 10 cents a head, and the holder 
of the winning ticket would be presented 
with the Word of God, gilt-edged and 
handsomely bound. It was amazing to see 
the number of growii-up men and women 
who tried to rejuvenate for the sake of get- 
ting a Bible worth $10 for 10 cents. It 
would have warmed the heart of a cobble- 
stone to contemplate this outburst of relig- 
iouB fervor. No. 333— a highly suggestive 
Trinitarian figure — won the Bible, and lit- 
tle Rosa France presented it. Perhaps as 
amusing a feature of the case as any was 
the fact that Robert McWade bought the 
Bible. A generation of hardened scoffers 
might comment satirically en this sudden 
outbreak of generosity. They might say 
that Robert, having failed to reap a har- 
vest off the present generation of theatre- 
goers, was cultivating friendly relations 
with the next one, to be reaped hereafter. 
What a sly Robert it is ! 



DON'T FORGET! DONT FORGET! 

Palace Varieties, 

25 6EAK1 STUEET. 

Between Dupont and Kearny. 

:o E3 i^j^s w I rx* 

....OF 

HARRY DEVOY 

....Ji.HO..,. 

HENRY STEWART! 

Friday Evening, July 23 
Challenge Programme. 

TRIAL JIG-? 

OPEN TO ALL COMBBS, FOE THE 

Silver Cup and Champions h p 



B. P. Bruwner, 
Chas. N. Felton. 

HlRAM ROBEKJtANS, 
O. J. PRESCOTT. 

Joel F. Light-nee, 



John R. Cajinahan, 
W. W, Hakboom, 
Thomam B. Lewis, 
H. J. McLerie, 
Henry F. Williams, 



Edward Trass:, 

B. P. BRTJNNER, President. 
W. W. HAN8COM, Vice-President. 
THOMAS B. LEWIS, Secretary. 
W. J. CONOLLY, Cashier. 



Interest Allowed on All Classes of 

Deposits. Remittances from the interior can be 
sent through WELLS, FARGO & COS EXPRESS, 
upon receipt of which a proper Passbook wlH be 
returned. jylQ-tf 



Industrial Exhibition 

V mler tbe Auspices of the 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTF, 

Will be opened to tbe Public at the 
Industrial Fair Building, Eighth St.j 

Between Market and Mission, on 

Tuesday, August I 7,. 

At 11 a. m., with the usual ceremonies! 
Exhibitors will please make appllcaJ 

tion for space without delay as none can be assured J 
later than the 20th of July. By the addition of thill 
new Horticultural Department 20.000 feet exhibitors* \ 
space have been added to the building, 

There lb no charge for exhibitor's room, and steam 1 
power is furnished free. 

Applications for apace can be made to J H 

1.ILMORE, Superintendent, or to J. H. CULVER- 

Secretary, at the Mechai ics' Institute, 27 Pout street' 

^personally or by letter, who will furnish all informal 

' tion and promptly answer all inqulrios. 

By order Board of Managers. 

jy!3-lm A. S. HALLIDLE, President. 1 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS JNDTOAN SOCIETY, 

No. 619 Clay Street. 

At a meeting of the Board of Directors 

held this day, a ljivideud was declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent, per annual on all dpposits, 
for the term ending June 30, 1875, free of Federal 
Tax, and payable on and aiter July 15, 1875. By 
order. OYRU8 W. OAHMANY, Cashier. 

Ban Francisco, July 13. 1875. jy!4-2w 



VOLUNTEERS 

Prices a. 
come eablyT 



» TTs^uall 

COME EABLY I jjffl 



THE 



■would to any actor of that temperament. 
It is curious Indeed that the recorder scene 
should be omitted, hut not, perhaps, ac- 
cording to the Salvini method, for he would 
not care to disturb the princely harmony of 
the reading by sarcasm or violence of any 
kini!. In the closet scene Salvini agrees 
with Mr. Irving and others, and illustrates 
the two pictures mentally, and not by 
minatures > tapestry. The ghost illusion 
is here admirably done. It rises straight 
out of the floor before Hamlet and his 
mother whilst they are talking. Hamlet 
does not see the vision at first, but con- 
tinues the coir crsation breaking off with a 
splendid shriek, and contriving to get bis 
mother between hiauand the spirit. The 
graveyard scene is only remarkable for the 



Done Crown. 

Brown, on his first journey per coach not 
long ago, worried the driver beside whom 
he sat with incessant childish questions 
about everything on the road. At last he 
got his quietus thus : 

Driver — "There's been a woman lying in 
that house more than a month, and they 
haven't buried her yet?" 

Brown— "Not buried her yet ! Pray tell 
me why not?" 

Driver— "Because she isn't dead." 



Sweet Dear. 

At the front-door, one o'clock in the 
morning : "Yes, you may come again next 

Sunday evening, Horace, dear, but" 

and she hesitated. "What is it, darling 
Have I given you pain ?" he asked, as she 
still remained silent. "You didn't mean 
to, I'm sure," she responded, "but next 
time please don't wear one of those collars 
with the points turning outward ; they 
scratch so. 



HAMMAffl! 



ODD FELLOWS_SJVINGS BUNK. 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



The Board of Directors of the 

Fellows' Savings Bank, have this day declared 
Dividend at tbe rate of Nine and one-tenth (9 1-10 
per cent, per annum on Permanent Deposits, and 
of Seven and three-tenths (7 3-10) per cent, per an- 
num on Short Deposits for the semi-annual term 
ending June 30, 1875, payable on and after tbe 20tb 
inst. JAMES BENSON, Secretary. 

San Francisco, July 7. 1875. 



DEPOSITORS' DIVIDEND. 

The Western Saving* and Trust Com- 
pany, of San Francisco, California, have declared a 
dividend of Ten (10) per cent, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent, per annum on 
Ordinary Deposits, payable at their Bank, north- 
easterly corner Post and Kearny streets, on and 
after July 10. 1S75, 

FREDRIO CLAY, Cashier. 

J. H. Griffiths, Sec. jy9-lm 



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AVER1LL. 

CHEMICAL PAINT ! 

MANUFACTURED BY THE 

Cal. Chemica]_Palnt Comp'y. 

Pure White and any Shade or CoLr 

. This Faint Is Prepared In Iio.ii Id Form 

ready por USE, requiring no further addition of 
oil or spirits. It iB of pure white, and of any 
shade or color. 

It is composed of the beat materials known to the 
trade— pure linseed oil, stiuctiv i>ukk wuitd 
LEAD, pure zinc, and the purest coloring matter 
procurable for tinting, which, by our peculiar pre- > 
cess of manufacture, are so thoroughly united, that 1 
they cannot separate. Hence, it will taever chalk, | 
crack, or peel off ; does not run from Beams or nuil- 
holes; and for brilliancy of color and beauty 

Of FINISH IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL, 

It will last twice as long as the best "White Lead, J 
prepared in tbe usual way, while the cost of painting 
with the Averill Paint is less. 

Wehave in our employ some of the best painters J 
on tbis coast, and are prepared to furnish estimated ' 
and take 

CONTRACTS for HOUSE-PAINTING 

In all its details, inside and outside work, graining, 
&c: and we guarantee that all work done by iif • 
shall be unexceptional in quality and style, and pos- 
sess all the merits we claim for this paint. 

Orders for work or for estimates on jobs, left at 
our office or addressed to us, will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

Office and Depot, 117 Pine Street, 

Between Front and Battery. jy7.lw 



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Hand 13 Dupont Street. 



This Improved Tuiki-h Bnth Douse 

is the finest and most luxurious in the world. 

Turkish Bath Hours for Gentlemen— Sundays, 
Bathers admitted from 6 a. m. to 1 p. m.; Mondays 
and Thursdays, Bathers admitted from 2 p. M. to 
8 P. M. All other days, Bathers admitted from 6 
A. M. to 8 P. M. 

Hours for Ladies— Mondays and Thursdays, 
Batbers admitted from 8 A. u. to 12 m. Private 
Turkish Baths every day of the week, except Sun- 
days. Entrance on Bagley Place, off O'Farrell 
at i est. 

MEDICATED BATHS for Ladiea and Gentle- 
men every day in tbe week, except Sundays, from 
8 a. M. to 7 P. M. 

The celebrated PEBFTJMED COSMETIC PER- 
SIAN BATH FOB THE COMPLEXION is now 
ready. 

N. B.— THE HAMMVM will be closed on next 
Monday and Tuesday, the 19th and 20th instant. 
for the purpose of putting the 190 deg. and 240 deg. 
Hot Booms in working condition. jyl& l-w 



Boston Museum, June 28th, Rose Masseyin "In- 
visible Prince" for last week. Globe, "Evangeline" 
bmlesquefor fourth and last week, with Becket, 
Ella Morant, Laura Joyce, and Jame3 S. Maffitt. 
Sol Smith Russell joined at above date. Boylston 
Museum, little farces by the little company, and 
little cariosities, as usual. 



Clara Antonia, M. D., de Pane, Business and 
Medical Clairvoyant and Independent Trance Me- 
dium, 134$ Post sweet, near Dupont. Correct di- 
agnosis and special attention to the treatment of 
diseases. Consultations in French, German and 
English. a^j 

If Yon 

Feel tbe need of phosphorus (nerve food), take a 
course of sea-water baths at tbe Sanitarium foot of 
Powell street, North Beach. Excluisve department 
and lady attendant for ladies, Five tickets for $1, 

The original "Swain's Bakery". Is now established 
i n their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
near Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place o 
business. 

Palmer Bros. 

Keep the "Crown" Perfumery, tie best in use" 
726 to 734 Market street. 



Dr. Chas. C. O'Donjtkll (late U. S. A.), office 
and residence 826 Kearny street. The treatment 
f women and children a specialty. 



"TWA H0UBS_AT HAME." 

PACIFIC HALL, 

Monday, tTtxly 19f1a, 

And Every Evening at 8 o'clock, (Sundays 
excepted), Matinee on Saturday. 

MR. KENNEDY, 

The Scottish Vocalist, assisted by bis family in 

SONGS OF SCOTLAND 



PROGRAMME FOR MONDAY and TUESDAY. 
Pianoforte Duet— "Scottish Airs." 

"'My ain Fireside." 

"There's nae luck about the house." 

"Come under my Plaidie." 

Glee (five voices)— "Hail smiling Morn." 

"The March of the Cameron Men." 

Humorous Trio — "Dame Durden." 

"The Lang Awa Ship." 
Glee (five voices)— "Strike the Lyre," 

"The Land o' the Leal." 

"Soots wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled." 

Pianoforte— Reels and Strathspeys. 

Part Song— "Ye Banks and Bratd." 

"Bonnie Prince Charlie." 

"The Laird o' Cockpen." 

"O Rowan Tree." 

"Kathleen Mavourneen." 

Story— "How oor Johnsocht me for hia wife." 

Glee (six voices)— "The cloud capped towern" 

"Allister Macallister." 

"Auld Lang Syne." 

Admission, 50 cents. Front seats. $1. 

Tickets at Gray's Music Store. Kearny St. Jyl5-td 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK 

No. 215 Sansoiue Street. ' 

The Directors have declared a «11 vt fiend 

at the rate of Nine (9) per writ, per annum on Term 
Deposits, and Seven and a Half (7J) per cent, per 
annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the term ending 
Jdne30, 1875, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after MONDAY. July 12th, 1875. 

JOHN PARROTT, President. 
fcSan FranciBCO, June 30. 1875. jy6-2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



German Savings and Loan Soc'y. 

The Bonrd of Directors of this Society 

have declared the dividend for the half year ending 
June 30, 1675, at the rate of nine per cent. (9) per 
on term deposits and seven and one-half 



percent. (7i) per annum on ordinary deposits, free 
of Federal tax, pavable on and after July 15, 187S. 
By order. jy2-2w GEO. LETTE, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Land Mortgaae Union and Savings 

Bank of California, 5:14 California street, corner of 
Webb.— For the quarter ending with June 30tb, 
1675. a dividend has been declared at tbe rate 
of Eight |8) per cent, per annum on Ordinary De- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on And after 
July 6th, 1875. JOHN T. CARTER, 

jyl-lm Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, 512 California Street. 

The Directors Have Declared a Divi- 
dend of Nine and Six-Tenths (9 6-10) per cent per 
annum on Term Deposits, and Eight (8) per cent 
per annum on Ordinary Deposits, for the half-year 
ending June 30, 1875, free from Federal Tax, and 
payable on and after Tuesday, July 6th. 1875. By 
order. 
je25-lm D. B. CHISHOLM, Secretary 



KANE & COOK, 

Steam Book and Job Printers, 



ommerelal and 411 Clay 81a. 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

— — AMD 

Hairdressing . Establishment. 



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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia street, corner Webb. 
For the half year ending with June 

30tb, 1675, a dividend has been declared at the rate 
of nine (9) per cent per annum on term deposits and 
seven and one haif (7i) per cent on ordinary de- 
posits, free of Federal tax, payable on and after 
July 12th, 1875. Per order. 
je28-lm LOVELL "WHITE, Cashier. 



S. F. *N. P. R._R.i STEAMERS. 
Change of Time. 

On and after Monday, May .Slst. 1875, 

the new, elegant and fast Steamer JAMES M 
DONAHUE, Uapt. W. Warner, will make two tripe 
daily (Sundays excepted), leaving Green-street 
wharf at 7:30 a. m. and 3 o'clock p. si., con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cure for 
Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Lytton,