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Teutonic Eccentricities Baker and Farron 

H»*VV *■ l»t»n ROB HART 

AS CORK O. D. ROOKaFBLLKR 

OVERTURE ORCHESTRA 



To Doodad* with Add Rjm*n'i» Saelcb end led 

^OJLffDaPEY'.S FATIE3NTS 

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MONDAY EVENING. Janoarjr SOth-Flr.t Appairance or 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 



9T All Bills A+rmlnAt the Alhambra Theatre moil t>o rrtMteulod hereafter on Monday. 
•T'PaTformiDee to commence punctually et eight o'clock. 



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Fnocy Dance..... Mncgte Brtwir 

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Siamese Twins 

Tha Twin* Thompson and RooIomd 

Profe»ior Frank Mortimar 

»oo BrowD W.ParkA 

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Pi-ivaia Botes 9i, $!,50 and $). R"i erf • »«aU M o»ot«. 

PRIVATE ENTRANCE TO BOXES. 

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FA8MI0NABLK WAITERS. Mo. 11*1.4 PSJ 
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HOLIDAY PRESENTS! 

liday Presents! Holiday Presents ! 

IT PBICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. 



E CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

HAS JDST BBOnTED AN IM KBHBB STOCK OF 
HOLIDAY PBISUn. OONB1STIHO OF 

jrman, French and American 
Fancy Goods, 

I .BUMS, VASES, CHAINS, WATCHES, 
BRACKETS, WORK-BOXES. 
RUSTIC FRAMES, SILK 
UMBRELLAS, etc 

AUJO. A OOHPLETC STOCK OF 

1 OT8 ! TOYS I TOTS ! 

FBOM ALL PARTS OF THB WORLD, 

Prices which Defy Competition! 

THB LAK0B6T STOCK OF 

ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 

TO BA FOONO ON TBI PA.0IFI0 COAST. 

unFU-ci^iriiiNo, A ,. a>ba. write 

SBIBTS, FROM COc UPWARDS. CLOTHINO, 
tS, OAF&OTCBSBIRrS. BIIIH OLUTBHO, 
1. BTO. OALL AND B X AUUIB OUH STOCK. AND 
nSFY YODB3BLVBS THAT 

IE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

IB THE GEE AT 

XX* Auction Stove. 

•IB KIABIT aTFAEBr, 

Om« Doir Aram OeHatarelaAj 

50 White Shirts for ONE DOLLAR 



An Immense t*toek of That 

MAGNIFICENT 

Italian Fillagree Jewelry 



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Brooches, Earrings, 
Pendants, Lockets, 

Bracelets, Necklaces, Etc 

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A. Hirschman'S Jewelry Establishment 

1SB KBASNT BTKEKT. 



LADIES' BAZAAR! 

IN AID OF 

ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

OPEN DAT AND EVENING, 

At 685 WaBliington Street, 

Oppoiita Htgulra'l Opera Baaso. 

CHRISTMAS SIFTS, BOOKS, CONFECTIONERY, TOYS, 

USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES, 

KF- IN OBEAT YABIETT AND AT LOW PRICES."** 



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SHER1YI AN & HYDE 

AGENTS FOR TBE CELEBTATED 




PIANOS 



1 39 Kearny Street, cor. of Sutter 



Thrr Ion n«w baco 
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! tha Favorite tor Ceneert 

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NONE BIT THE BF.BT QIAL1YT OF KJtATS 
OAN BE BAD AT 

Stalls S, 6, Calliorata BEarket 



THE OLD 

Hot SOOtoH, 

AS Mortem Btreet. near Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOIII AND JERRY IN TOWN. 

Alwa.l od flte tta* New York H«r»ld, Harper't 
W'fklj, rra.uk L«-li«>, Dis'» Doing*, Police Oa- 
ijBtte, all tn*. California pap»n, aJuo London 
fonuh. BeQ'a Life, ILlnstiaLcd Loudon Neva. Call 
and Fia'.'afy yourself." 

■Or- Don't forget tbe >lfn of t b o Hot Scotch. 
L,»?tf OUARLEB \*M. gHLDMAN. PropV 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AMI), a. 

TOM antl JERET, 

♦BO TO THE BKA1ICH 

Hot BaiOOtOll, 

IBB Batter atreet. Bear Afcearnj. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

HOT CnOWDI K A TtBY NISBT. 
00U.ll lot. D. BBIQOS, Piopiiatar 



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SINGLE, OUTSIDE ROOMS 

Fm-nlAjicU with 1>«. 1 Bprlna B«*le and 

Hair Mattresses 

AT THE 



ASA SnaeeaM Street, earner a( Olar. 

AT 

Fifty Gents per Nigh! 

AND 

LESS BY TMI WHS 



Open ^vil IWlslxl. 

• L. J. EWfiLIo I'roprleter, 



riONXKX SHOE BTANlirACTOKT. 




ssT-TlMitUMt BLEOANT 0O8T0M WOBKIHTOfOr^ 
OaJland exspBlce eoode and price*. BEBB8 sVMAVrTAfi-f 
MB aV»anrMiwAfc,osMdaore««tl} of Bash 



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tH -ENAL OJP AMUSEMIHT8. 



Published ererr Day in the Year by 

SIS Brrchu.i and 63S WullMto" SU. 

Below Montgomery. 8»n FimcUoo, 



THURSDAY JANUABY 2, 1853 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc 

California Theatve. 

At both matinee and evening performance of 
'Aladdin" jeaterdiy, tbeaadiencs wti very large. 
This piece isd<awinf mora money tbaa any of the 
specU;al«r plays prodoosd at this theatre. It will 
be pre*9Gted tomgb. with its many attractive 

eatarts of sorfteoas sceaery, M'lle. Kigl and bal- 
let. Mods. Oaroo and eons, etc. 
Metropolitan Tli-r.tr.-. 

"The Yellow liat" is lu immerse saccc.s and 
Jta wonderful transformation icoetstbo talk of 
the tewc, Mach ma a ey his teen lavished on the 
production of tbie pleae, bat a fa* mote each 
homes as that of last sight will rsimoorse tbe 
menagemsai, 'Tha Yellow Hat" will be plajed 
<3*ery nijrht oniil farther notice. 
Alhambra. 

The Tory larno and fashion tbie aadienoe nightly 
present at this theatre attests tbe popularity of 
>be ODtertalone-jtcffared. Mils Jennie Worrell 
and Miss Lillie Mali Is song and danoe are great 
favorites; Baker andParroo in Datch ace are in- 
imitable; Add Kymao, Bob Hart, if. Ainsi.y 
Scott, Cbarlea 6 niton, Sam Rickey and otters 
•re great In n-gro acs. and Billy £menon isa 
whole company in himself. Tbe programme for 
to-nlgbt is a vary good one ; it appears on oar flret 
pa-re. 
Bella Union Theatre, 

This pioneer tcea re ia doing ite fnll abate of 
the holiday boeite's, and presents a programme 
appropriate to the season. Last night theie was 
no standing rjom after eight oMock. ihe bur- 
lesque of "A-lad-ie-the-Ump." the ballet, acta 
p-rfo-mance of tbo Ke.heia Family. eic.> make 
ap a very lively and varied en lerta lament. 
XriB Atb-neuin, 

There issomaob varie'y ia the entertainment 
presented at this hou-e that all tattes are pleased. 
Frank Mortimer, Welter Parks, Lon Dixon, Char- 
ley TDOmpeon aod a best of popular farorites ap- 
pear nigbtly. 
Woouwaid's Gardens. 

Circa*, tbe woaderfni educated animals and 
■rating every day. Free skating Tuesday, Thurs- 
day a=d Saturday evenings. Grand periormaace 
Saturday afternoon and Sunday. 
Benefit of Misa Anna Elxer. 

Oa Friday evening next this talented aid pleas- 
ing yaucg vocalist will be the recipient of a com- 
plimentary benefit at Pacific HalL Her many 
friends will be glad to learn tbatsbe has recovered 
from her illneis and will appear oa this occasion 
assiatsd by the best musio&l talent In tbe city. 
Italian Opera. 

There is a probability of a combination of tbe 
Fabbri Opera Troope with Mme. Agatha States 
for the purpose of giving a few nights of opera at 
the California Theatre. 
Benefit of .Jacob iHnlier. 

Jafiob Mailer, tbe favorite baritone of tbe Fab- 
bri opera tr-ape. Is to haves becon* shortly at 
Pacific Hall. 

Horticultural Hall. 

Skating assemblies Taesdsy afternoon and eve- 
ning, Wednesday afternoon and evroing. Thurs- 
day afternoon aod evening, aal bat ardsy afternoon 
m.d evening. 

Anatomical Messum.— .Ooe ot the moet 

■ ompiBte collections of the kind in the United 
fltstee, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tllui wrx models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
Only) at rhe Museum on Montgomery street. An 
hotrr may bo profitably soent hero. 



The B.incer of Exercise. 

Our friend Felix Farniente, whCG^rol? it 
is never to aesume a parpsndicnlar attitude 
when be can easily etjoy a horizontal one; 
who takes the cars to go one block; who 
sleeps fifteen hours at a stret:h and never 
indalgea in any more severe muscular exer- 
cise tban brushing bis hair necissilates, 
holds the opinion, that ovtr-exercisa is tJie 
•cause of most of the ills ihat fie3h is heir to. 
He says if people will only keep quit they 
can't wear out. He ^now instances (he sad- 
den death of Edwin Forreat as a proof of 
tbe danger of gymDa9tic3. and urges that 
dtrmb-bel!s should be prohibited by law. In 
apita of tbe death of Forr^t hiving hap- 
pened immediately after exercising with 
dumb-bells, the Alta t5mp!6 jecp'e to risk 
their lives in the same maanor. It says: 

Charley Bennett, of the Olvmptc Club, 
has left his maotle a3 "the strong man" t> 
be worn by aoy pereon able to put up the 
152-p uod du.ub-bvll. Joseph O'Cinuur, 
Tic-Principal of the Spring Y*I'ey Scl.ool, 
gently rai8;d the little toy ih$ oih^r day and 
held it over big bead lon^ enough to rait 
quire a crowd an>und Lim. Woo is the 
next c0.Bion.9r to lift the 152-pcuod bell? 

Felix says "if it is necsFs\ry that 152- 
pound dumb-bell should be l.f :ed, they had 
better get some dumb brnto to doit-a 
horse cr a donkey, or sometHng cf that 
sort, you know," 



To AoxEXSsse.— For sale at a great eacrifico 
at 38 Geary street, lix elegant silk dresses, one- 
quailed for quality asd style. s 



£*Jtaotoirrapra.ic Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, s* Third street between Stevenson and 

Klsaion street. T 



J>r. Doherty 
Has devoted his study more parueuterry to 

chronic and specific practice, and as such Je 
cow the most guocesiral of any Phyticlau In 
Ban Franoisco aace 519 Bacramenre street, 
corner of Leidesuarfl, a few doors Delyw Wha) 
Ohaer Houat>. * 



X>i . .Barlow- *J. Smitb 

la t£vlng a couree of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Pbypiology snd Nervous Dls- 
easeo athlBHygti.nHall,637Calirorrjia etreef, 
every Friday evenirg, Commencing at 73$ o'clock. 
A part of the evening Is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smi'h gives 
phrenological fiimitat-io's in i 



Fiflti Avenue Theatre, New York, 
Destroyed by Fire. 

A telegram from New York dated January 
1st, says : The Fifth Avenue Theatre was 
completely burned tbis evening. Tbe fire 
commenced shortly aftsr 4 p.m. About 4:25 
smoke waa first discovered from the rear of 
tbe theatre, although tbe fire must have 
started long before that time somewhere in 
the lower portions of tbe bnilding. Tbe 
matinee audience had scarcely more than 
dispersed. 

The theatre adjoins the Fiftli Avenue 
Hotel. In scarcely more tban fifteen mic- 
ufcs after tbe discovery of the fire the whole 
structure was ablaze in all qoarters, burn- 
ing like so much ttraw. The flames as- 
cended with great fierceness, and lit up the 
fcurroundiog squares as though they eman- 
ated from a well arranged bonfire. 

Another ac^ountsaysMr. Apple ton, Trees- 
urer of the theatre, at a quarter before five 
this evening, saw tbe- fire and went up to 
tbe fira register, but before he reached tbe 
street to give tbe alarm, the flames bad run 
through tbe whole building, which in lesa 
than an hour was completty destroyed. 

The servants in the Fif h Avenue Hotel 
who almost simultaneousiy with Mr. Ap- 
pletan saw tbe fire, became frightened and 
rushed wildly into the orridors, but tbe 
chief clerk restored order and directed thir- 
teen streams from tbe hotel to play on Ihe 
fire. This was the means of saving the he- 
taL About twenty minutes after tbe firBt 
outbreak, the s.uth -wall of the theatre 
fell, carrying with it the east wall, which 
struck the west wall cf the Fifth Avenne 
Hotel, and caused a breach twenty feet wide 
by fifteen feet high, destroying the frying 
and biking kitchen. Soon after the west 
wall of the slage fell. 

The theatre building was owned by A. P. 
Edo, who estimates his loss at S60 000, while 
the lessee, Augu^tin Daly, loseB $180,000. 

The scenery, wardrobes, improvements, 
and all private wardrobes of sctors were 
destroyed. 

Several persona, amoeg others Mr. Dar- 
ling one of the proprietors of ihe Fifth Ave- 
nue Hotel, were slightly injured while at- 
tempting to save property. 

Mesdames Gilbert and daughter report 
tbeir diamonds loet, valoed a', several thou- 
sand dollars, while Messrs. Rockwell, Em- 
gold, Devere and Clark are also quita heavy 
losers. All the musical instruments of the 
orchestra, the library and rxus c are des- 
troyed. Mr. Daly had no insurance on bis 
pre per ty. 



Philadelphia is a good place for drunken 
women to go to. They put them in j ail and 
let them murder each other. 



Holiday Candles. 

Fresh, sweet aod delicious Candies, of every 
variety, at M. A. Merc-r 'e pioneer confection- 
ery, 573 Kearny street. "Wholesale ana retail, g 



Btollday Punches. 

There are no Punches for the Holiday tatles 
that compare with Squarza's. £qu\rz*'s Punches 
are famous for the high art shown in tbelr man- 
trficture, tbo happy combination of whole -ome 
tonics, and their delicious flavor. Bona, the 
dlectple of the great Sqoarza, has prepired 
forty different kind of punches and co-dials for 
tbo Holiday tables. For sale at tbe new branch, 
317 Kearny street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
1 . Leidesdorff street. K 



Sals for Holidays, 

" Tax" Hat Store, 647 WaBhlrurton street (sec- 
ond hat store below Kearny), Is the place to go 
to boy your holiday Lata. Finest hats, largest 
assortment and cheapest bat store In the city. 
Bemember, No. C47, second hat ttore below 
Kearny, oa Washington street- a 



500 Pairs or Sochs, 

At all prices, it t he What Cheer Laundry. 



Ladles and Gentlemen 

Who have been suffering from various com 
plaints for years, are obtaining relief from Dr. 
Alktn, at 187 Montgomery street. He performs 
delicate surgioal operations, and is d&lly effect- 
log remarkable cures of old-standing dif eases. 
The Doctor is a competent, scientific physician, 
and the afflicted can consult him with confi- 
denoe. • 



Do Wot Buffer irom <?oms. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oorna, Bon- 
tons, Clnb txd Ingrowing Nails, can find Inetant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. Beferences given if required, h 

W»«n.ln« JEtoturnea. in One X>a y 

and we never disappoint, at the What Obeer 
lYwmrtrj. 

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Everybody Goes There, 

The place to buy a bat Is "Teds" Rat Stobe, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny. The stock la Immense, the fash- 
ions are the latest, and the prices are the 
lowest. • 

For Wa*falHR 

Shirts, $1 60 per dos.; small pieces, 50c. per 
11 a. At the What Oheer laundry- * 



Manning's. 

The only place south of Market strest to 
get a good dish of Oysters. Ca 1 ! 'ornia or Eistera 
Transplanted, Is at Mannlng'a Charter Oak 
Oyster SalooB, corner Howard and Third, -late 
or the BIqc Wing S-iloon. i, 



'iVhat Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should he pat 
ronized by everybody. • 

I> la mond Catarrh Remedy 

is a sure cure for Catarrh or Golds. Aak your 
druggist for It, or send to Dr. A. F. Evot, No. 
9 Post street. 2 

For the "Very Beat Drinlca, 



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THEATRICAL ALPHABET. 

A atinda fcr Ar.is*, who paints all the scenes: 

B for the Ballc t of beautiful beluga ; 

C fcr the CarfeutTi pi c-d at the wings; 

D for tbe Darllogd in Very short things ; 

E In the Ei.core ti slog- r< moet d ar ; 

F for tbe fiddler* the "gods" love to hear ; 

G for the "Gagging" which tad actors do; 

H for lb- "HUb" wolch of l*te have b-en few : 

I for the Imps in pantomime found ; 

J f-.r the Jokei wbi-h make lingbter rafound; 

K for tbe King* «ith the reign of aa hoar ; 

L for the Lovers that up in a tower ; 

M for the Ma'jag r bjttered t-y duns ; 

N for tbe Nymph who the ccmlc man shuns ; 

O f jr lbs Ovt fell ne whiob good acting gets ; 

P for tbe Prompter la one of bis pit • ; 

Q for the Quibble evoking a roar; 

R for the Kuffian stage htr-esabher; 

S fir the S-aia that t do audience rash for; 

T Isf^rth^ T.aeh mode n playwrighU should 

blush for; 
U stands for TJ eless, wtfoh fome actors are ; 
V for the VUain who muttsrs "Ha I Hal" 
W g'-nJs for the Wl less of wi la ; 
X for Xvo'ogrtphy ustd In bills ; 
S fcr heTanhe a wh-> th-.tif!atre8anppert; 
And Z for ttie Zany who wrote this in Bpcrt. 

No murder has been committed at Frank- 
for!-on-the-Main for a hundred years, not- 
wit k standing bankers there bleed people so 
severely. 

The doctor's work fills six feet of ground, 
but tbe dentist's fills an acher. 

Tbe best laid to occompany a lady vocal- 
ist—A bus-band. 



* or Holiday Candies 

Go to George Hsbs & OoV, No. 20 Kearny St. 
Thi firm hbs crrei eff the premiums at the 
Fa'rs f<r sev-ral year? for the euperloiHy of 
their con'ectiOfier<, and hive an txtenelve as- 
sortment of faticy caodiee, eoroucopla? and 
other things to toeEr line t d plea e the little 
folks as holiday p^eseLis. Gecrge Hass & Co. 
•upply fiuoday 8:tool Festivals »Ld church 
fairs a> wholesale iri;es. 



An Old ljr.no mark. 

The Verandah Cigar gt^re, at the N. E. corner 
of Kearoy and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been tamous for tbe laet 
eleven years for kfeplcg the beet Havana cigare, 
tobacco, choice meerech- um pipes, etc v 



Jones & ^chrudex's 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can be obtained only 
at 330 Bath ktreet.nearly oppcs.te theAlham- 
brs Theatre. Bob Halt eats it. and they all 
eat it. Only the beat brands of Liquors bot- 
ltd for fam.ly u -e. cj 



Gentlemen, Attemlon! 

For themos'comforlableand luxoiious shave 
be fure and call at O.I^ SuBand'o P-lioe bhaving 
and Halrdresklng Stloon, 224 Montgomery Bt., 
opposite Buss House, up-stalrs. Only the most 
skillful artists employed. a 

The President's Message. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notes of this 
document. Cheapness and durablity are the 
characteristics of H. Luchsinger's furniture. 
All Bhould visit bis emporium, 731 Market 
street, and ascertain how cheaply a house can 
be furnished. n 



Fresh and Sweet. 

Fer the best confectionery, go to Canfci and 
Wagner's. 1C7 Montgomery St. near Batter. N 

Sevrliia; MacblnHB for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
Hills's Adjustable Treadle. x 



Wbitenar. 
Ja2tes O SaXLEKS. 31 Second street. 



GRA.WD 



Select Bai Masque 

....OF TUB,... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 



....IT.... 

Cortioixltural 



CaU 



TIITBSDAT BTENIXO JAJf. 33d 

BY SDBSDBtPnON ONET. 

Tlck«t« SS each 

a»-Snb»criDHon Li^t* nan b* fonod with— 
G. M Beiry, Sh'nffs Office. Uity Hall: 
Mr riraoot, --. W . or Whdidc^d 4 Montnomerj; 
A. Sammo'field Jr., N.K. cor Folsom A Steaan; 
W. ('oLen. tio, 6 bacery street; 
J. tv-tt. No. 110 I'Diid -*ree»; 
Mr.KitaeoateiD, No 1G Second street; 
r d. Abrnnsnn. S*o 73i .Jiaj *treet. de30 lw 



The Popular Beverage 

GONGHFSS WATPK FROM THE PACIFIC 
Coocraaa Sprrnce, n«ar Santa Clara. Indorsed 
by tbe UeJiofti Faooitv, its oaranve powers btinc 
tqoaltothw celebntd Uonjreas Water fionj toe 
Sp riagi of Sa-atics, Now k or%. Ddoot removed 
from il8 Ke*roy s.rn-t, .n r*ew Mootgomery, one 
d»nr from Uowird. Families sapplied dally. Lib- 
erdl di;coaot to tDa tta.e, »nd orders attended to 
piomptly. de25im 



FREE AND EASY. 

ETEttT SiTTBDAT JflCHT. 

Slcsrlnsr Commences at 8 JP.BS. 

D. BAEf.T, Ohairmtn. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

008 AElaalon street, Bear Second. 

dcW J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 



E. PARDINI 

NO. T»» WASHI.VGrON 8TB^HT. (ABOVE 
tbe P.aiO. Sin Frandaoo. Boota aid Shoes 
made to Order ia th9 bast French style. The tame 
readv made alwaw no band. no 1-3 n> 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy 



R 



A NEW DISCOVERT. 



ELIEl? TO ORIPPLKS.— ' 
Coro. and Bunions cared 




McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre. 

CHEYENNE,! WYOMING. 

THB TJNDFR^IGNED WOULD MOST RE- 
Bpeotfnlly repreeeot to yoa and t:e ooblio gen 
•rally, that be is now prepared to farciah facil- 
ite- for exbibitions of e»ery kind and obaraoter, 
wbicb sboald deeerre the o*trocage of tbe pob- 
lio. Ue has erected a* Ch«ynne. Wyoming, A 
LARGE AND O^MMODIOU.i HALL, with goo j 
Hoererjacd State. Tbe Hall is well ventilated 
aod lighted, and midx com for ab e for all seasons 
of the year. THB BEST OF MUSIC, both String 
and Brass, can be farnixhed at all times. 

Na iaUoory arrangements will be made with 
THKATHIOAL ORO'lHER COMPANIES, eith- 
er for Renting of Hall or performances on a per- 
oentace of the receipt*. Correspondence -olicited. 
Addresa. J. UcDaMEL, 

Lock Box No. 1. Cheyenne. WyomiDg. 

N. B — Coriosities wanted for the Cheyenne 
Muaeam. Tbose wishing engagemente. slate low- 
est terms for the Winter S«»won, shooing photo- 
grapb to my address. Half Passage Money re- 
taodod aftbr fllliog encBtrefrifiitB, 

JAM! -S .V CD \NIEL. 
Proprietor Ohe'yeDne 'I'beatre aBd Mnsfum, 
oc22 3m Lock Box No. 1. Obeseone, W. T. 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

C13 KUBM 8TKEET. 

PIPES HADE TO ORDER AT 
theebortes notio* AllPioesand 
Cigar Holders w.*n anted genuine, and 
to color well. Meer-obanai Pipes and 
walking Cares Mounted and Repaired 
at lowest Fa'tern Prices, aod witb tbe best work- 
manship. A large asfonment of Walking Oanes 
and FftLcy Gooda of every description always on 
hand. D o21 Ins 



FOR THE HOLIDAYS! 

WATCHES and JEWELRY 

NOW IS THB TIME TO ORDER 

Hair Jewelry 

....or.... 

H. A. Callender, Manufacturer, 

MO. «8 SECOND STREET, 
N. W. Corner of Mission, 

AMERICAN AND FOREIGN WATOHES AT 
reduced rates. Alsi, <. tine line of California 
made Jewelry. a®-No ex'ra charge toren(Eravia>g 
Jewelry of every aescriptisn made to order and 
repaired. de61tn 




TRAYS always on band. 



Alfred Tetter, 

Mannfaotnrer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES, 

235 Dnpout, 

JVEAB SUTTER STREET. 

See my stock of Bird 
CaK*-B b»f jre purchasing 
e'tewhere. Alwayseocne- 
thing new on hand. My 
Patent Cages, made of 
Tin Wire, ars warranted 
FREE FKOM VERMIN 
Also, best quality TEA 
noSOtf 







DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

TO f\(\(\ BEAUIIFDL AND INSTRUOT- 

lu.vvU iv« obieots to be ss'n. Open to the 
Public DAY AND NIGtir, at EUttEKA HALL. 
3 1 8 Montgomery street. VOR MEN ONLY. 

»De. JoedaK'b Private Office is at 211 
Geary street toopositeold Mechanics' Pavilion). 



ADOLPHUS STOCEMETER, 

....TKAOHEE OP.... 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Balls and Parties attended to, and Mosio tar 
nisbed. Residence, 298 Eddy street dc9 lm 



Jolvn Campodonlco 

(Late'y arrived from South America,) 

PIANO, CHURCH ORGAN AND HARM0NIC0N 
TUNER AND REPAIRER. 

«9~Orders ad Iresssd to tbe Philadelphia. Hones 
Bosh street, promptly attended to. de" 1st 



sti n non tg amy person 

^>Xyj,\J\J\J ableto<qaal MadamE 
SOHWOBER. Profd£S)r of Great 
Vys'eries. bbe cures tickness after 
recovery Is hoDe)e"e, and give correct 
information on all affaire of life. Prof. 
8 basvaluablB talisman* for lore, good l<ick\ a'so 
Bee your intended. Fse.Jl and upward. No 848 
FOLSOM STRICT. da Xm 



8 f^ 



Stage Dancing 

TAUOUT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 



DASHAWAY HALL, 



Post street, near rCearny. 




HEW YORK PRICES 

HALL'S PIANOS 
Fcr sale at No. IIP 
jler street. Call and 
examine for yourselves, 
_TTb8 rvlj 0»llfor- 
nia-mads Piano on roe 
deUtf 



s 



S.F. BUSINESS OIBnTOBY 

BoobAeller* ttnd •tutlonvjrs, 
H.H. Moore, 60.9 Moatgooierr. near Merchant. 

Butcher*. 
Kati. Fred. SU1U W to 100. California Market. 

Bran Foanderlen. 
Weed A Elngwell, California, 125 First at, 

French Funcy Oaoda. 
Lootn A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter. 

Jlamua Uolr. 
Sampeon, A. B. A Co.. HO Second street, 

Mnsle and sinalr-ul Initromeata, 
Keene, O. 0.. mftr. accord i an a, repairer of all fctndf 
musical instruments, 303 Kearny. 
Macearonl MnunracMrera. 
Brignsrdello. Macehiavello A Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oyatera (Importers and wooiesai*. 
Doane * Oo., No. 93 California Market. 

dewing Muclitnci. 
Daneri F. A Co.. 60< Front 

Whlkner, 
James O. Sellers. No. 3T Second street. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and nude 
toORDRR, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Kearny «tr**t- 



CLASSES INJLOCUTIOJI. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
the Tbeatnoal Profeisioa in • aliforola pro- 
pose for nine eiaases for iostfuo»ion in Kloamioo. 
Persons wisbtcg to avail tbem«elvesof tbe oppor- 
tunity of acquiring a ns f nl art at a moderate coir. 
can send in uioir namei to "CainbraeB," P. O. Box 
2U1. wben paruouiars as to terms, etc., will b<* 
sent to them. a t.9 cf 



CENTRAL 

NO. 118 GEARY STREET. 
Beet sooommodationB for _ 
Families in tbe citj-. Private ^BEAXiL.^_ 
•ntranoe forLadiM. Hair Catting, Saavinr and 
Soampooisg. UhUdren's Hair neatly cat. Ladies' 

'attsSBBBSllBSllSSSBIBIBIBSa 



TAXES. TAXES. 

1872-73. 

|kTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OEB- 

tlfied copy of the Assessment Book of the 

taxable proper of the Oity and Oountyof San 

Francisoe, * 

Eeal Estate and Personal Property 

For the fiscal year 1872-7J, nas this day been re- 
ceived; that the State, City and County Taxes for 
said fiaoal year are now dee and pajable at tho 
office of the undersigned (Boom No. 1, City Hall) ; 
and that tbe lawe in regard to their collection 
will be strictly enforced. 

TaxeB will become DELINQUENT on (he FIRST 
MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1873, and nnleas paid 
prior thereto, five per cent., wi be added to the 
amount thereof. a. AUSTIN 

Tax Collector of the City and County of San Fran- 
g'soo- oc29-td 



IMPORTANT 

....TO.... 

TAX-PAYERS 

■K1IVE HI CENT. Will, BE 
ADDED TO STATE, CITy AMD 
COUNTY TAXES. AFTEK 

SATURDAY, JAN'I 4, 1872. 

d»7 A. AlTiTnt, Ta, Collector. 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

jf^NY AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAVE 
made DUPLICATE TAYMENTS on OUT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tho 
amount refunded at the office of the undersigned 
upon the presentation of an order from tho 
Mayor and Oity and Oountr Attorney. 
delSti a. ATTSTKV. 




J* OLD 

DAVE MfcNOES A OO.. at the 
— mms. l,ii ■■ old original K*>d Lion, 1© Geary 

3t, Ue' vrc-.n Kearny und DupooL, where you 

can bate HOT AND OuLD UKtNKS. not forget- . 
tiDg tbe old Pioneer Loncb. Tbe "Old Spoil" is 
always on hand. Tbe original old Kaglisb. Pinm 
Pnoaing will be served up u- Jl 
Year's Day. 



dm oh) r.ngiiSQ nam 
i Ohrietmaa and New 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 

HAYWABD8. 



lOMT OAKEb 

Pirsl-Clas 
i,15 6m 



PBOPRIETOK 
s Hotel. 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



DECLARFT> BY THE JUDGES AT A LATE 
Fair of tbeAtterioan Institnf-e, after a blind- 
fold trial f gainst SbjinwBy'a, O hie Lennys, and 
othera. tobeXii*. JitsT ON EXHIBITION. S. 
OUKTAZ, Sole Agent. OO O'Farroll street. 
N B-— Piarjosof all stales TC RENT. man 



COME AND SEE US. 

Wide linen for a Jcb. 







111,-H T.u »■■! C..U 



MNTI0MIIT 

HOTEL. 








m 



.11 rtAIOUCOi THtRIOiT, JAMCAHT t. I» Val. XJTI. Ma. 114. 



_ 



FURBISHED ROOIS 
18 ud $10 per Month 

WEST EN[ 






METROPOLITAN THEATRE 



■f.HjtTf 



W 




CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



ft. IWstl, UstM I a- r «. n CL UOllda 



POOtftOlO! 



Mitt BLANCHE CLIFTON 

•#-* *4 •»•••• 




AKtiKT f 



YELLOW HAT! 



r»»t»im». • *•>•?• 



■4nMu 



KJM K. • > 
Ot%r !». Klc. 

»aa*Bi , a.. n< nri 

T. M..I. bff Mr. J. I. .f HMITX. A.t*. 

i.tal Mr I Iiriir* l*r» rrlUabf 

II MnPim"lv .O «.ll. »f «llrrt IrMr 

■ ■•. I. TPIKI. 



OLIO. 



. .f m, r,. 

lino ■» irw or 



Ml.. 1 .1. .Til™. 

<■<• (Inn 

I II' r II .r II n S 

■ iziin. 



Land of Fern*, or H.Us of Dazz ing Lifrht; 



WIPJK PIT APTaHKOOll, J.n 1— 

Grand Yellow Hat Matinee I 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



MMMDJ I *f t-,h 



Star Premiers Assoluta. BETTY RIGl. the Premiere Danseuse. EMILY RIGl. 

>*d ran rtaoca 
u unci tnlan Thrco Tulonltxi Cnildrnn, 



w^. »^.^^^W*^.-^K^r>^-- 



THI1 KVCKIKO 



.JANURAY 2 



mt> arani ami 

th« unMoroi BJL1 I'inrii 



:tB»a aoiicr. 

tri.m in a *m, rum.ru 



Aladdin; or. The Wonderful Lamp! 

• •iiirtioi 0w CI4I1CIHI 

HTM sfa.fli.ir. MOORE 

W. A. UHTATER 

3. C Will | 

- j y LP O K. „ WALTI1 M. I.BwArf 

R. 4 BOOKLET 
a BESBT 

R. fLTlUTOIC 

otn or TRR LA lit. JOtW W1 

MI&W 

Hi BAl-ROruUDOUB. MISH MI5R1R W I 

AMROT* MISS OAKHIE WT\Tr 

.WuT89 M I 

MUSTAPBA MB". 0. B. SAUNDERS 

Mandarin*. Mlnlaterftof flttt*. Qanll. Huot«n*,o, Oaud', Attendants, fllav**. Its. . 

M:ik.'iiiliri-nt Scenery by Porter 1 Startling Illusions! Gorgeous ('ohi.iiii.'h! 



I M M <> It T A L.«4. 



■irtfi 

*>f B.. 



imi.Y I'llil, mill lorpi 

• huilr Aria It] AI. < ..... on 

llrnl.nl t ho rue uid Tab- 



by MM** liiiii and 

■ ■■■■ IImI . i. nttirlllns Ac 
it ii*1 hi* th. t , « hlldreu. 

ACT THIRD. 

•ernr 1.— I liln.fcf "irrrt. * c«*ne 9. — Fjifr lor a»f 
Alndilln'a PalatM. Nrnref :i.— (it.idrn ttf Ihr P-.lMfr 
•ffnr 4.— Kii.ni. ** « number. Mceue fi.-lli- Flilim 
i-.. i tecs "rfm-fl.-Tln 1 "Jeiiahnt-r. sci n** l.-xaioitii 
In * l.iodln'n. Pant .or. N«*t?. «* 8.- I he Uiirdfun. Hceni- 
O.— The Hi-lit ivh-ri> Ibi' IV. « ..r ,■ .1 .,.,1. frVatWul In 
(nlrunrr | -i ih» Koyt-1 1* ulia Trrrlfl- * ..ml. it j I.. Wit- oT \ I ..d il I n'a return. Mniin 1 nitron uml Hone 
t 'Mn*>»iihn'< Cttlnarr- H esa« L-1'hlnnr In .irroh.llr »".•!•. Onind II Urt tic « hlnnli, by 
Umrrtrn. krr r .i.-Ffut( nt i.nrilr-rni «.rnnd Pf... | H ' I *-• It Mi I. and Oorp* de linHet. **■ *tnd ■ Imrii. 
ctmlon of LdDlrrat, Uruad It m let of RllTcr Ku>«, ■ Kcifim Of the PialnCe. Iluppy DeDoQtiNr<iii, 



A.OT PIBST. 

l.-Tb* M (Irian*. Brfi.* a.-Th« f'latwrt* 
S — * Hlrn-a I'lmln Mrff 4«— A thin, a.- 
. •tri-Bif. A.-Kotnl ,* pnrl mri'ta l>t Ihr 1'itliit f 
IrnDlhadaur. I- treat «1. - Iflitated fV-l.ir. »».*•..• 
rhanlrd I'atr, »I unr* r K..m .. I ■■• 1 n . nnd lht> lrVna- 
I l,jmi>, « hl«r»o ll.tnrr l»j- Aladdin und Ku»- 
Ta.blnM.tt. 

A.OT SECOND. 

t% 1 , — Maxnphn') t'otltce. *CFne *. — Or land 
inrr I ■• ih» Koyt.l II itln "1 - * rl il I « ft nah.tt 
<l>hii< <'oiln»r. "eene 4.— t'hlnrac 



ruou or APaiieaiON. 

RftrfrrM ba^ta- Dtmi Oirel* ntx" OrohMtrt SI A« Bat.-r.nr 

■ <-•<- rvrd ■r.-ta-Bi'cooj "Jr. Gal'srr 

Draria Clrola Admiaaloo »t OO hiT.it Boxes 



SO 

.. *.*. 

,.•« und SIOOO 







JVJI1AH. 


lnm.m> 

y».-x_.^».i3-ir>j 


u 


HU-I.A.MP 

■aanaaa 






r oi tun 


da r.un -i». 


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wiish IlnntroUi 




r.n r 

Ma... I 



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... llM. 

■ 



tH.Rlt! V(RHIri 
Ml.. ImuUh 

Tim tiisiiit pi. 

RBOXISIDA S'^k.IVSIIj'V 

lit nPAKmii umi 



Dot Paaddy Oonple. 

j. ili.arkin .iinr amTrnn 

"<*' MI..I. ■ .... 



CM. 1 i.l. .-J OUOPna l. Doom. Mi •.< Ohm, 
Tho Hunch or Roao 

'""."n K»l II. 1. I, VI. II. 1. 1. * Tmt. 



DRAM-ATTIC READlROs. 

D'.n »lllc Um.i.i .lnhBai TmM 
M.r.hlM,,.,., T,.»«. Iln. 



hpinl.h i;mr.-i.rl.ilo B.II.I, 



La Maja di feiviglia ! 

\AA % i.tr ■;:.:;:;;.■:■; ::: " M h r ll**™t 

lb TOKivADOK ...M0R8. fcUUMlO? 

IX-rlt-r. TOI IU1.L1T ... 

Tlia o«Uhr*i»>d Madriiaoabr Mto>. i nareta, Uoti Bobmldi 
anil l.adia* of ton B* UL T'but ond Kinala. 



MfJIitOnHa 



.Orabw 



To coaolad* with lb* Barl**qis Sptouoltof 

A-Lad-In-The-Lamp ! 

A !.i.'\ i-> th»> lan.nt.Brl l.ichl Ba*ln*«* Jonal* J*hn*oai 

AhntJaDa7.tr. nl*o Id lha Lamp and (l'»rr Bl*io**»,, ki, (j, Muab 

Kmrtttror — of Oblnt 8otn*a ani H*i* Oht*. v* r a*r 

r»0Qphon« a. Ha»j Ganltn 

Kttrrac, * On rah wilUr Montsati* 

0l Ulf It rn ObsptMa 

"ploclr.Gartii of Air Will H»rk 

K.tl»ra Al*0k Mntl Kr.lljr 

Vlmer, * Vulooarr T*mmj Bre* 

Oaardfl. (Jit **■>», D*moni.etc. 

Pr -nc»n. *»w**l thlnxia tb* Ubtn* ho* Hioni* Fillmorft 

Chlor Moaupba. widow, rtnllo, raotber, etc J. II. I in kin 

Atnroo.ohni^ of lb* Prioovao ,...Jo«*phina 

Ji.ephmo ZilJae Uun* Arra*troȣ 

Amt- 0«rr*tt« 

Atftron Joai. Majflold 

Grnn, KftirU*, I>a.oc*ra.*t0. 



4 I Sorond Street I 40 



SWAIN'S BAKERY, 

xa.twlill.timi in 'Oft. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

Mff«»l. .t >'i 149 Tovrili •IrMi.uidM 
Ifo. 1018 8tookt.n.lr*«L 

Tata ni-.iT (iniiri or 

Wedding Oalio 

AXVTAT9 OH HMD. 

irtnt TiniiTT of 

Cake for the Holidays. 

Ioa oaata. oHARtxrrra russr, bi.axc- 
■ A50I. JtLLltS. .w.. mtit to orilar irnl 
ftfu.bMltul.rt.lL _, 

Mtilii a. n.<*tif jiro. 



HAIR. 

TUB OUBArKST PI.AnK nt SAH KBAN0IS0O 

TO Buy 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Cood-s, Cheap and Fine 
Jew jiry & Fancy Coods, 

IS AT TUB 

NEW YORK 8TORE. 

A. n. "AMPNOt .V CO., 

W». lt« aeeond *trrj«C 
«*'■ a*^w*>t»ri Mlaaaon w4 M to nan. 

Attention, Good Livers! 

M* -._ F - " "matt. PORHRRLT *^ 
"f«l" •» «M Hloara' R«*v -tfP^. 
aaataol. r.a*ta«*a %-. roaa.*r,maiU Ul 



of both «,. HioetV H«.a-rVn. w - 



9 r SS£ n a t?o^ k,t akr *** ■• Pautur«hlp witD MR. 
A. DRAYBUfi. whr. baa *»u coarMoted with tb* 

ftfaal forjanr*. I-proTflamarjU baaa b**n mad* to 
U* oolain* d*p*rtrapota thai wtU r* B d'r tb* Ml- 
Mfl'BOfi popolar Ibao It Uaa -itrt^adun 
•**• n yaartcf iU prriapar.tr. Oar Bill* of Te 
■a-MbTnVOw all tb* d*ll*ao»*a of tb« Maatra. (> 



taaotto to "Good Far*, Good Oookiag and Modarata 

aShArar**." 

P. BBROEa afe CO., 

•MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Set ud SUB Oommnrroial, aad ' 
*»•» Marital atraat. 
Op«n from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. *n31 lml 



THE 8AM FRANCISCO 

BILL POS G COMPANY 

kitttd. <*»crnaar;*to at., Mr, I^ol dcailo r *T. 
(EX offla* o f P.M . S 8. Co.) 

DOIfB AND 8KB UB. GIVB U8 A TBIAfi. 
w« will «ada4*or '* lilt. w*« want to abara 
•ft OfafaW, Qgaa thaaramlnat w«k. 



GOLD and SILVER PLATING 

A, ^^ 

ajaaaaaaTAaavS 




San Francisco Plating Works, 

no. ess m ami on rtjbvebt. 

Bet, New .Uooigonfry and Third, 8. F. 

FIRST PREMIUM SILVER MEDAL AWARDED 

ftttbolut MsobABIM' iDttitat* Fair. 

EVKRV DRSORlPtlON OF METAL GOODS 
• inoladloa: Tabl war*) from waiub tbe allver 
it wore, repla'.nd In lha boat manner A lartra aa- 
• *rtm*nt of o»ar alilea of PLA TED WARK and 
UUn.HKY on haai. 

pjr-DO >K PLA I E9 and NUMHKRR farolahedl. 
RpeUI iUfo'lon paid to Plailoa; Batldara' and 
Plamhara' work. 
D0l9tf KDW'D 0. DENNtaTON. Propr. 



CHEYENNE_TH£ATRE. 
Professionals Wanted. 



SIX KIRHT-HLASS PEOPLE-MUST HAVE 
food Wardrobe. Poor Lad<o« aod two Gen- 
il-oa"o to be 4ood io f>u*ral boaloars f >i the om- 
Intt Winter .■M-rtMio, loruoioocin.- the brat w*»k io 
'■■t. 18T2. Addroa* alAUna: lonatt t«rm*. 
with PboioKr«pb. ilalf Fare reloaded after Ull- 
loa enicaaiauionti. 

JAMES MoDANtKL, 
Proprietor Oherenae Tbekbr* and Maeanro, 
00-^2 Look Box I. (.'hereon*, W. r. 



A BAD HABIT 

AOERAT MANY MBBOHANTS 
huvcajot Into of ehnrfllnn; nuote for 
their Uontta dnrinn tho Ilulldoyi than 
at any other time. At the aid acmd. 
No. B rtocoptl atrcet, lou vrlll *4w<>I* 
Bad at anlforan prlcca a larse unaorl- 
aaetti of Bhlrta, Fwrnlahlna; Oooda and 
Toilet Article* nt lowe*t ratea. That'* 
the plnee to set *eo*lble Holiday Prea- 

BENEDICT A Co.. 
No. 8 Sotond atreet. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIMOINIA CiTY, NKYAXIA. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BERN RE- 
daoorated, and ean b* rented by tbo nicht or 
br th* week, btar* and traTellng oomoanlea 
UbaraL'j traatod with on Application b* tatter 
alCfclN PIPRE, 

Mam ' ' 



BONS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND. VO- 
oaUat. reoeena N*w Ooarett for Piano and 
aiDRinr br biaentmir New and (lltnpllftid tjyeteoi 
- th* abort Mt in exUteno*— readf &■ mnaio at elajbt, 
Aeoosp«i>l*a"Bta, Rtajtlnaj for Parlor ot OoBceria. 
at Moea Worowaki'a laaldeaM, 4tl flUi'iKR 



the: little vuhite store;. 

OTJR SPEOIALTT, 

MECHANICS' TOOLS. 

The Best Quality, Cheap I 




Rogers' Plated Spoons and Forks, Table and Pocket Cutlery. 

OsDorn «.3o.<3- AJLe>2£.efxxCLeir, 



ddTli.S 



Mo. 4314 Biai-liet street, 

OrPOIIT« HEW XOITOOaCRT. 



OAIVDIES, SOUTHERN PACIFIC 



CEO. HASS A CO. 

A RE MAKING OBEAT PREPARATION FOR 

THE HOLIDAY TRADE. 

Their a*eortm*at of soode will constat of a bat- 
tar variety tban at any previaaa holiday diaplajr. 

ear- Tbo ladies and customer* in general are re- 
qneatad to call early and a** onr immense assort- 
ment of TANOY BOIES and CORNUCOPIAS, 
OliKlSrAlAB TBEE iKlAlMlNGS. etc 

■ 20 Kearny street. 

afp-'iasday Sobeol 7*sV>Tahi and Chorea Fatra 
plild at woolesaia prioaa. dad tm 



....AND.... 

CHOP XZOTJSB, 

Summer atreet, ofttwmy between Pipe 

and California. 

THE FIKE8T FRBSIl BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS serred f n any 
atyle. Every thtea; ooot ei iotbe best manner. 
e»Toe Finest Liqaora and Ctaars. 
eO"El*rcant Suite* of Rooms for JLn-dle*. 
•ttrOPEN DAY AND KZGHT. 

R. J. 1K0HAU 4 P ft JES8BN. 
no23 lm rraptiartoit. 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon beheld il? If not, you've h treat 
At 6QUARSA'3 PUNCH SALOON, In Searay .-treat 
There BONA, dUolple of GREAT SQDABZA, 
Dlspentet famed Magio Paaohei; rathar 
The moit delicious mixtures yat reoorded; . 
And hare with many medals been rewarded) 
Ladles their CORDIALS there can Bio At lelsare,— 
Their "TEARS" appease,— and Men gala "LADI 

PLEASURE," 
To allay ooonublal dlfforenoes and pnln, 
In "ANri-DIVOaOE'* you can your end attain. 
Sip of the potent extract bnt one taste, 
Sour arm, eonsoltng, strilftbt la round her waist 
tJiier.MwU.it a " tf OWNING COM FOE T" In theklSfl 
That heals ths pnarrel and Imparts the bliaal 
The "WELOOilE" to j. you'll always find 
A buliuy aootbor for the troubled mind. 
The bright "AUROK A," and the sweet "FAB3WSLL, 
lutit visit BONA, an 1 you'll all fare welll 
His "« YGIKNIO BIT TEES" are the pftbacea 
For all dyspeptioi and for dlarrhcea. 
No Cholera Morbos ever has been found 
Where "HYGIENIC BIT TEES" kaook aronna. 
BONA and 8QU a»ZA, epita of all detractors, 
Have proved ihs Nation's greatest benefaotorsl 
Full FOar; dtffiroat htalthrel drlaVta you'll Had:: 
To Aid the Man —Invigorate the mlndl 
Not this alone — a Welcome yon will meet 
At BONA'S-fSQUARZA'S) -317 KEARNY BTBBET. 
Remember, too, not this famed place to past; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQC0R8 BUT ONE BIT A OLAM, 



THE Y HAVE TAKEN 



THE FtRST PREMIU'- 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairs. 



LieUB 81LI WOOLntLE A9IO BBTaTl 
•t «.« .11 M t«MI.>»Mt. lac IriMaitrr I 

oprodlr What Cbc.r H.M 



THE JOffBNAL OF A11TJ8EXEHT8. 
Published svery Day In the Veer by 

AT 

■ C3M<M-ch*nl and GOA VVu-Mugtee »U 
Below HoDWomery, 8*0 K»nciKO. 



THUBSDiY JANCARYV, lb73 



A ToaihlBj Ballad. 

The jouog African brought to this cyan 
try bj Mr. Stinley is »»id to hire an excel- 
lent ear for muse. He upend • much of hie 
lime singiDg a tender ioog which cille up 
re«#UectioDB of li& home. Tie retrain is : 
6t iUikiyaja ambobodoyou 
MlUta el ellaiegODt Hi li train 
TfellalltlU bnllgaloa moo too. 
The affectiog hngtiige of the song will 
probably e cure it* immediate introduction 
to Amtrcu society. There .» a pathos 
about it wbich, when the song ii song, 
would, we think, fill the heart with deepen 
emotion, and prevent the pcuibility of 
there being a dry eye witbin a mile and a 
half. Strange, tbe power that music bai to 
move tbe human seal I Equally strange is 
tbe power it baa to more the bnman body. 
If we heard that wild, unearthly strain often 
we tree enaiu that we should feel an over- 
powering longing to take the first hor*e-car 
tbatpaaied, aodgoa«ay to some secluded 
spot from which tbe Afr. can race is excluded 
by law, and where mtu cal performances are 
punished with tbe dastb penally. 



Her Lait Wards. 

When old Mr*. Maxwell, cf Bethlehem, 
died, hi i family and friends gathered at in r 
bedside in terrible angniab, weeping and 
moaning. H r niece stood by and held her 
hand, and, as tbe lamp of life dickered .be- 
fore it was floaty extiagniebed, the fliid to 
her: 'Is thsre anything we can do to make 
your dying moments happier? Hare yon 
any no fo filled wiub, any cherished design, 
which we can carry ont? Bball we do any- 
thing for yon when y^u are gone?" Mrs, 
Maxwell turned her f -ce towards her niece, 
and with a flattering voice said: "Mtriar. 
don't give none of ;tbem preserved plums 
to William Henry. Tbey always disagreed 
with his stomicb." Then h&r freed spirit 
took its eternal flight. 



A cruel fallow at New Haven, Conn., who 
amused himself by showering an entrapped 
rat with turpentine, and firing it, paid for 
hie fan with five bales of oaknm behind 
which tbe animal took refuge. 



Disaffected railway patrons in England 
ask for a Uw by which every passmger 
detained fifteen minutes cao recover double 
tee amonnt of his fare. 

OuravoTAirx.— Madame Clara aatonla, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
has removed to 323 Kearny st, Consultation* In 
Kjagllsh, French and German. 1 



AltOft-tber tile Best. 

It la car lone, but true, that J. A Shaber, 
W Market street, tear Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper than any other 
dealer la this dry. Try him and you will be 
ccnrrtiotd. X 



Holiday PrtienU for Gentlemen. 

The finest etj lea of Gent's Smoking Jackets, 
Merino Gcnrne, Travoliog Valises, end tbe beet 
asaertment of Or»vlt-men'«. fine Furnbtiiiig 
Goods In tbe el y can to found at BUoert tern's 
C6C Kearny sheet, second dor noitti cf Cali- 
fornia, wbero ran be found 1,0(0 articles FUlt- 
able for gentlemen's Holiday pitsente. bo 

0>ster Trade. 

The oyster trade In California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corvllle, of the 
Paddle Beck, UO Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parte of tbe Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over tbe continent, and ''be 
fUaddle Hock" li known •▼ervwhere. 

To Moko L.ll"e a Success, 

Consult Prof. May, Aitroleger, Bo. 15 Geary 
street, San Traoelsce. rertODS consulting the 
ProfeeeoT by letter should itate tbe month and 
year of blrtb, ftom whirb a horoecope of their 
past, present and future Is taken tnd forward- 
ed. Consultatio n fee, 1; by letter, $3. v 

Tb.© Seat Bemedlee, 

Dr. Ferry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Fer- 
ry's Webfoot Pills, for all billons complaints. 
J. B, Gates and Co., corner Banaome and Com- 
mercial street*, sol- *n* nu. • 

What Oh e ex IjaunQry 

Is the beat laindrv »n Sea Franouwo, • 

Bolldey Candles. 

A fine variety of Cbfleimas Gaudier, Clear 
and Fancy Teyt, Hornets and Fury Candy 
Boxes, etc. Aeo, Oirt>tmts Te« Trmmiugr, 
•to, at J. Vogelej k tro-.. I'.C E'ainy and *6 
Second street. Fair* and F. e; ivUj anp^U^d at 
wholesale price*. ■ 

It lei Perlwctiy Asioaishlna 

How beauttfully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
oeiore 8 ajh. returned tbe same evening if de 

"Watches and Jtwelry, 

Very low, at H. A. Oa.l-Ddtr*f, M Second 
Street, corner of Mi**ion. D 



Certainly Not Blackmail. 

Tbe Obroycla doeaVi want to blackmail 
Thomas Magnire— certainly not— bnt merely 
t) show bim that it would be to hta in- 
terest to adveitse in the Chronicle. A 
little while ago Ibtt paper told tbe public 
that tbe A.btmbia dieu circle wa« ehtsy, 
and tried to scare people a»ay from going 
there. The public, which is not altogether 
an ass, looked at the advertising columns, 
observed, "Oh, the Alhambra is not adver- 
tie*d in the Chronicle," and felt perfectly 
saiiefied about the safety cf the building. 
This was was a Bit-back for the Chronicle ; 
however, in the bright lexicon of D& Young 
there is no snch word as fail, eo he now 
goes at it sgain. Tuis time it isn't the Al- 
hambra bu:l Jing that is ebaky, bnt tbe cbar- 
acf. r of tbe people who go there. " A Lady 
SnbBsnber of tbe Chronicle" (huge Joke 1 
as if any lady would conf.sj t> subscribing 
for tbe Chronicle I) writes (from the lc cal 
repcricr's roon.) to oomploin that last 
Friday evening some people io tbe boxes 
behaved themselves disgracefully. Tbe 
lady aabeericer says shs is "a fre- 
quent visiter to tbe Albambra, and on 
this occasion was one of a party of seven 
or eigbtladita." The Chronicle makeB a 
great mess of itsat:empt to create a sensation 
out of this. It ineulis its imaginary lady 
correspondent, " one of a party of seven 
or eight ladies," by insinuating that ladles 
should not listen to Emerson's jokes, enjoy 
J. O. fin-sell's singing and have their minds 
improved by Bob Hart's lectures, as it is 
immoral. Tbe idea of the Waverly Place 
G*eette taking op arms in the ciufo of mor- 
ality is very a Bueins. The proprietor of 
the papsr is the only person in tbe commu- 
niiy who fails to sae tbe absurdity of of it. 
He had better be cjntent with reporting 
dog rights and have the care cf tbe pub- 
lic morals to tbe respectable p*pere. MoralBl 
foreooth. What the deuce does he know 
about morale? It is useless for tbe Chronicle 
to try th> sort of thing as long as the pub- 
lic know that Thomas Haguibe, Manage e 

OF THE AlHAMERA ThSATBE, DOES HOT AD- 
VERTISE IK THE CHBONICLE. 



A Deed Newspaper. 

The Evening Republican is dead. It 
brightened up wonderfully during its latter 
dajB, and saemed never more lively then 
when In its death sgony. We uoderet^d 
tbat it was under contract to issue until tbe 
close of tbe yrar, and that contract and the 
old year expired together. 



Only two morning papers are issued in 
this city to-day— Figaro and the Alta. We 

respectfully request tbe public to compare 
the two. 



In a raloon at Leslie, Minn., Theodore 
Thompson got off a joke on E. Hoffgsrd, a 
horee doctor, and tbe Utter jocularly Blab- 
bed Theodore in abont a hundred different 
places. Tbe people ont there exped to have 
lots of fun at the funeral. 



At an Ehglish funeral, lately, one of the 
six pall-bearers slipped and fell ; the others 
dropped the coffin and fell opan tbe pros- 
trate man ss to inflict injuries of which 
be died witbin a week. 



An abbey in Iceland exhibits two skulls 
of Sbakepeare— one of bim when be was a 
little boy, and one wben be was a man. 



A Happy New Tear. 

What a pi en.' mrs it is to meet a emiltng count*- 
ance, whether it be on tbe street or in the par- 
lor. Ac d why is it that tome faces wear a contin- 
ually happy took ? Ills simply because tbey live on 
aplalD,natritioDeand sabsUniial diet Tbat mm 
Is a public benefactor wbo will conscientiously 
serve as witbacleao, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Wn. Meyers, proprietor of the "White 
Hoosf." Kearny street, also of tbe Capitol Eea- 
taoraot, Foortb street, does it. as hundreds can 
•ntbas>£stic4lly testify. His k.tchxns are marvels 
of ord'r &cd cleanliness. Try bim, and you will 
hod it Impossible to eat elsewhere. 



M Mollle, darling, don't * on want to buj a 
doll T Take jour money to Hotbert, 156 Third 
street* He will t-o't jon." r> 

X* Yon Wavjnt 

your Blankets and Flannels veil washed, and 
not spoiled, send then to the What Cheer Laun 
fir* Z 

TheB t Place to 

Dry Goods, Pex-Cy Goods, Kov-ltjfS, or No- 
Uonsforlhe Hilldaje, Is st Jjnesand "Wilkin- 
son's. 302 Third street ooroer Folsom. Their 
assortments are large. O&olce and cheap. Go 
and see tar : -tit. 



For a eai9 and rf&clent ButrnrxKB or tbs 
CouTuxiox, use EKEsr's faasoue cuata de 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night. 
To look at 'Falsoo by ges Light, 
Our careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was . 
WbUe mossy stone and pearly shell. 
O'er whlcb the waters softly fell, ) * 

Hade tbat window reem to be 
Some fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go In _ 
It looks so nice — and try their cheer. 
"AH right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.*** 
Bo sooner bad we tannd a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made hie appearance, asked our wish— 
Bald they had almaet any (Hah 
Th\t we mlgnt name. We found U true, 
And cooked maoitijtetntly, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, tat, 
Cooked every style; >u*t think of that, 
and if your mouth don't water, than 
Tou*re different from other men. 
The; 'd clam r and crabe and terrapins ;' 
In fact, we found tbey had within 
That ooey place ail klndaof gune, 
Flan, flesh or fowl which we could name. 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have fonud, 'twould eeem. 
That they have here the best Ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinners." 
Whoever doubts this let bim rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bueh, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there ouoe will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouce, S33 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

' CHARLES HAAKE. Proprietor. 



Cold. 

Those who in these genial valleys of Cali- 
fornia fonud fault with onr cold spell have 
r j»Bon to congratulate their sure that they 
are not 2,000 miles eastward where the ther- 
mometer ranged for weeks at 10 to 40 de- 
gress below zero, where all tbe railr -aSa are 
blockaded by snow, the Mississippi frozen 
at Mempbis. and snow lying on all ths 
Southern Stabs. Cold, eh? Tbat is all yen 
know about it, yon favored denizens of tbia 

Golden State. 

♦- 

Sam flavor. , 

Formerly of Bass Bouse Carriages, can be 
onnd in front of Coleman Bros, clothing ee~ 
abllshmenl. southwest corner Bn*h and Mont- 
gomery sis, , or Dexter Stables. Oarrlaoe orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. *u 

Still AHVm! 

When loosing for Holiday present?, go to the 
New Tobk PHwroGBAPH Gaujoiv, No. 25 Third 
street, and see these beau tf ml portraits In oil, 
water-colors and India-ink. Prices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper than st any ether 
flrfct-clsss gallery In the city. Remember the 
place— B. F. Howl*cd A Co, 26 Thud et. r 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



NOTICE! 

....TO.... 

Business Men. 
Taxes. Taxes. 

Delinquent on Saturday, Jan- 
uary 4, 1873. 

T>Y INLAWING OBECE TO TBE OBDEB OF 
the Tax Catleotor. WI1H TAX [BILLS ea- 
oloaed, Taxpayers will save themselves the incon- 
venience of waiting at the office, and the re- 
ceipted bills will be sent to their address. 
deA td A, AUSTIN, Tax Oolleotor. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San FruocWco Savings TJdIodl. 533 Cnll- 
fomiu atreet, corner of "Webb. 

FOR THE HALF YE AB ENDING WITH THE 
3'st December, It".', a dividend baa been de- 
clared at the rate of uioe asd alx-Uotha (96-18) 
p*r cent, per aooam on Term Deposits, ancv eisnt 
(?) per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, f rea 
ot Federal Tax on Dfiposiu, payable on and after 
13tb Janoarj. 1873. By order. 
fl>31 iw LOVKLL WEITE, Oaahler. 



TAXES. TAXES, 



LAST week. 

(^HTBDiT, JiMIABT 4, 1S72, 

Is the UsT DAT State, City and 

Conoty Tuxei con be received -wlthont 

addlKC & per cent, to the amount of 

Taxec 



dt31 td 



AUSTIJf, 
Tax Collectoi. 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMb NT OF GENTS' FUR- 
Ttietiine Ooooe to be b >d good and cbeao, at 
tbe "uLDOORNiiB," I. LEVY'S, Glo Montgom- 
ery etraet. Justice pi Tea to all. Don't loree> the 
Dumber, GIO MoDtgoinery atreet. de30 lm& 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 



F 



65S Sacramento atreet, 

<Tbe First House below Kearny street,) 

OB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 

H'tpof all kinds.- General Batiners Agency; 

Collect Rentp, Notes and Accounts; Wbit« and 

Ohinese Laborers supplied for Families, Hotels, 

Farms, F&etoriee, etc. 

CBAS, F. BECHkSEE A CO., 
deM 1m 058 Sacramento street. 



Englishmen and Everybody 

TAKE NOTICE 1 

THE OLD ORIGINAL ENGLISH PLUM 
PUDDING ot tbetima of Henry VI U, the 
Buest aver made, at lb o Red Lien, in Geary (tree', 
Tbe bhigfet ronad of beef tbat one man ever 
handle d will b* on the table of Old Dave Ut>ndes 
at )9 Gaary atreat, on OhrUimas and New Y-ar,o 
dwy. deZAtl 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehcjus. streets. 

■-Terrapin constantly om hand. 
Oreurs In aTery style. PhlVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOB PARTIES 
dec SI lm 



Best Quality or Doasutln 

Driving giovea, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry z 

■cDewel], Skew Lard Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, boom 10, 
808 Uaraet itrret. cor. Po«rt and MoEtS6mory. U 

Do You Know 

That with ErrrtEicK's PanXEin you can oat 
ud make any garment to fit perfectly? Bend 
portage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
i, Denilng, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
machine, No. 113 XearnT atreat, between Setter 
and Port. Baa Francisco. * 



'FRENCH CORSETS. 

«*- ME PONS, IMPORTER- AND DEAI BR TN 

r;!^«pViL B l!# n „ Lftd i '* 8 Underwear. FRENCH 
UUKSBIbof all pii^andqoalitiaa, ready made 
mo io order. No, C31 Sacramento atre«t, below 
K * arDp nol-3m 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDa OE THE FINEST COAND1 
made at our Steam Oaody Factory daily. All 
orders. wp**rially from tbe cowntry. are aooolted 
and will be promptly attendsdto. 

-— „ OANTY A WAGNER, 
l.sa^ Mrntroman at, sar r Bitta' 



DRESS JMAKING. 

MRS. H. F. BISHOP, NO. 18 O'FARRELL 
■ tret t, is tbe p'aoe lor Ladiea and at racce ra 
Tisiticg tbe ciiy to baVe their Dresses made i 
ai? le, and a perleoi fit, at a moderate price, de 9 



RICHEDA FAMILY 
(Forma-hf e/ Chiarina's Eoyai Italian Cinm) 

WILL GIVE LESSONS ON TBE VIOLIN OR 
Guitar, at residences (if required;, or for 
nieb Masio for Balle or Partiea, at moderate 
cbarges. Rfsi^eDc*. 80S Mcatgoio«ry street 
corner Jsokton, Loom So. S 1 . 4el2 lm 



E 



Taek This to Your Memory. 



1 



Always Busy! 

Always Ahead ! 

Something New! 



EVERYBODY WONDERS 



ENORMOUS SALES 



Van Schaack & Co. 

708 to 716 Kearny Street, 



(OPPOSITE THI PLAZA. 



A GREiT OHAKOE TO BUT 

HOLIDAY 

PRESENTS 

European Fancy Goods! 

OF ENDLE8S VARIETY, CAREFULLY 
Diiiinia lared for our Tnd. in P.ris, Vieoo,, 
Berlin And London. 

TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! 

DIRECT IMPORTATION! 



I HOLIDAY OOOD5 AND TOYS | 
I at extraardinanly low prioea. I 
X : X 



Onr Holiday Goods have all been imported by 
ns direct, and we will retail tbem at wholesale 
prices. 

Tbe Trade supplied. 

Parties bnjing for fairs, onari table institutions 
and Sunday Schools wilt ba supplied at trade 
prices. 



TOTS 

Of every description, from Ec. 



Dolls 

of alWty.es 

and ages. 

Fine r recce 

DoIIb, 

dressed and 

and res- ed. 

Fine wax 

Dobs, 

with real 

Baft. 

Freaivh 

Dolls' 

Beads 

and Bodies. 

Bsg Dolls. 

Chins. Dolls. 

Dolls' 

Carriages 

and Bedsteads, 

Decor*' ed 

Ohisa Tea Sets 

Parlor and 

Bedroom 

Furniture, 

in silk and satio 

Kitebea 

Fnrniturt 

8 tove 3, 

and Bacgss, etc 

Hatch Safes. 

Match Stands 

Fancy Figures. 

Movable Beads. 

Fancy Paper. 

Bon- Box Boxes. 

Fancy Articles 

for Obrlstmas 

Trees. 
Glass Balls. 
Bcflaotora. 

Pino 
Glass war*. 
Toilet heti 

to 

Bobemian 

and fine 

decorated 

Glasiwure. 

Bobemian 

Vases. 

Odorcaekets. 

Lav* Ware. 



Bteb ~ilt 

and Ohina 

St-nds. 

Biique Figures. 

Parian Baste, 

all sises. 

Byron, Scott, 

Dickens, etc. 

Card Receivers, 

Bronae 

Inkstands, 

Smoking Sets. 

Toilet Sets 

of Bverr style. 

Drums 

in all aizes. 

Wooden Drums 

Brass Drums. 

Balloons. 

Bnbber Balls, 

Puzzles. 

Cannon, 

Large Horses, 

Beat Hair. 

Performing 

Monkeys. 

Orcans, 

Whips, 

Sailboate, 

Lotto and Solo 

Games, 

Stables, 

Willow Ware, 

Work Baskets 

and Stands, 

Worsted Work, 

Fancy Boxes, 

Ferfamery, 

Toilet Articles. 

Pooketbooks, 

Batobels, 

Carved Walnut 

Goods, 

Braokets, 

Watch 8 t*uds, 

Papier Msebe 

Portfolios, 

Morocco 

Por folios. 

Ladies' and 

Gentlemen's 

Dressing Oases, 

Satchels, 



to $10 each. 
Neoessairee, 

Inlaid 
Writing Desks 

snd 

Wo rk Bo xes, 

Glove Boxes, 

Haudkershief 

Boxes, 

Cigar Oases 

and 
Oigir Stands, 

Largs 

Woolly Doga 

and Steep, 

Oats and Goats, 

Dressed, 

BatMee, 

Balloons, 

Angela, 

Magic Lanterns, 

Paint Bsxes, 

Building Blocks 

Alphabet 

Blocks, 

Santa CJatjs, ' 

Backgammon 

Boards, 

No all's Arks. 

Ssriss Cottages, 

Harlequins, 

Fancy Figures, 

Movable 

Figures, 

Balancing 

Toys, 

Bzprssa 

Wagons, 

two, four and 

six b- rasa. 

Dog Osrts, 

Drays, 

Msobataical 

Toys, 

Boy and Girl, 

Wall a ng. 

Racers, 

Walking Girl, 

Horse and 

Wagon , 
Kite Plqi, 

Tivoli, 
Shell Boxss. 
Etc. , Etc 



We cordially invite si! to call and inspect our 
i* °*v, A " Go °ds on exhibition. No one uiged to 
boy. Goods all marked in plain figures. 

X- x 

I GREAT REDUCTION | 
X x 

Mgort^tSr* 1 **" 1 *™* 1 * to make toom *" *" 

Holiday Goods. 



SPECIAL BARGAINS AT 

Van Schaack & Co J s 

708 to 716 Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE THE MUA.I 

WVAW SOHAAOE i CO. HATE BO 
BRANCH STORKB. 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHousE 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DlbUONTINTJED THE PR1NTIJV 
Business at the corner cf cacrsmtnto aa< 
Leid tedorff etreets, and 

Remored to 532 Clay strsS 

Will, in future, conduot tbe same tine of bono 
at tbe new location, in connection with the offiot 

B. F. STEREiT, 

With whom bo has united his Btoek and business 
thus making tbii 

THE IARGlST AND BEST APPOWHD QFFIII 
IN THE STATE, 

Andsffording uusarpass^d facilities f«r Prti 

of every description. Personal attention wn^B 

given to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL CIRCUS AND 00MB 
WQRK, ETC. 

My Engravers stand a', tbe head of the) ittuflB 
sioo.aa aarcplHB on the dead- walls of thselty^Bg] 
teeUry. 

A call is sotieited from my friends and tbe pib- 
lio at my new qaartera. 

II. P. TATLOB, 

del lm fl3a « lay atreet. 



CONSUMPTION pre- 
vented by the timely use' 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal- 
sam," the best and most 
speedy remedy in use for 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Bronchitis, Influenza, 
Loss of Voice, Incipient 
Consumption, and all Die- 
eases of the Throat and: 
Lungs. Ask for " Hail's 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price SO cents. Sold by 
all Druggists. 



J. R. GATES & CO. 



•i 



PKOPKIETOH8, 
Cor. Sancome and Commercial •' 



Pacific Stone Conipany. 

THE PiOIFIO STONB OOMPABY OAJJi i 
the especial attention of Architects, Engin- ■ 
eera, and the publio in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of the Stone doit being manofacturad I 
by tbem In this city under tbe Bansoma Patents. 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
Building; Frost*, "Water Pipe, 

Pilnka, Monuments, Fountains, 

Tiles, Caplns* for TTaHs, , 

Filters, etc., etc, , 

Together with Bansome's celebrated Froe-GrH I 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior, ; 

and at a price far below that of hand-cat work. 

■9rThe attention of private parties intending t*> i 
bnild is rospectf oily solicited. 
Office. No. IO BITSB STREET. San Franoisoo. 



THOMAS W. BREE. 
SILVER Z>Xjj^L.*rJEIXI. 

*m HAKUFAUTTJBEB 
^ — AJTD— 

t ^^ BXFAIBEB 

$$ drumsTbinjos. 

^eV — and— 

U'lUEB MUSICAL D.8TRTMKB78 

ESTABLISHED IB ISflS. 

ssa-Lecsons riven on the Banjo and Drum. S4Vf> 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 

N. B— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
essfonslB always nu hand. 1al5 tf 






WARI 



Declared Asravlsut the TTbole vVorld and 
Oe Keet of Mankind. 



sd euperlor to any in tbe market- Manufac- 
tured by MOORE A CO, No. xlO Lsideadorfl 
street, S.F. Direoilocs for Ute: Wben found t«0 , 
thick, add a little water. Kesp tbe bottle well 
corked. Seld by all Grooers, UruggtiU, etc dM 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 



OTTAH. V. BEBGOLD. PBOPBIETOBV 



THB OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
and most popular Beetauract in 
San Franoisoo. Ths Tables are sup- 
plied with the beet in market. Board 

by the week. AOS PINE STBBBT, justabov 
MoBtromerr. martti la 






I GEORGE MATES 1 ; 



andall kindi ol SHELL FISH, 
Stalls Nos. IO, 41, i», Ohfornia' 
Market, entrance on Oaliforo-i street. ' 

Public or private parties ud familiee supplied: 
from 6 A.M. to 12 F. at. Ladies 1 and Gentlemen's 
nT«*tr Kmip omti from • t.w m V: p h < n«211v 






DR. *W, A. PAYNE. 

TBIS OELEBRATED PHTBIOTAN BAB BB- 
mored Mi office from tbe Eusj Hon e to has 
Elegant boise ot Roomr, So. 4» O Eearny street. 
He tells jour disease wltbocta qaeatioo. Do not 
fail to call. All ubrosio Diaeaees treat* d sueeeaa- 
fully. del9lm 



Bar Sugar 

■pOR SALE-SIS KEABST ST6EET. AI' 

" MEHO&R'S. Alio, eTerr kind of Oiadiee 

Wbnleealft and B«UiL 

nuTll M. A. 



Indian Queen Range. 

The Best in the Market 

MAKUFAOTUBED BT 

DUES K. UCKUB, 
0018 tf *•• M *»• Kmm, 



m 




}. MULLER* 

llMIII 

Classes 



. &«$ 



< - 




• as ibascibco. rwoAT. itvuur a, mi 



Ssi. »▼.. - ■.. i^ 



(ALL THE CO. 

T»» i ,.■ .1.4 irw.. 

A!=n:c=mBrilJ»wi-lrT 

Anmrsrs: sir- 

iw skat mum rail 

IXL Aucti 



AT PACIFIC HAM, 

BHINIDFIT 



IflW ALHA1BRA TB1ATRB. 






I II SB 



PO !• « I. A It 



■i»« Anna Bl/er! c MER S 0N MINSTRELS 



AN 



Fabbri Opera Combination 



.. sBSBllBtBH A 

BUT IlDOITALi, 

, .... siaoa.lad •• as*. ca«T 



nUOAT IIIIHO J AWITART .1 



t'nn I^NcliuliiTl lloclllll. 
rm* .Tiua 



- 






***■ tori* v 




iuiun or m»i'r aa i 




T..S TaKrTT 




TV1I IB4SIMI- 


- 


Part Broond. 


A*** svla-r *f>4 P. Bn'irl 









lo«« r.twt o*d J... Millr 

rsrrTT *o»t. His ».-e rmoutn 



PtSSfS 

I • »• At f lanr.** 

lo.. F...M MSA A. 

«CABT*T *• • 

■ . r«M*i. a. Bmt, f. ■•• 



■1 U. timm * t» « •■•!••* M ►*■«»« Ball. 

ran rin«ii. ■«•■•••. aa...,. r . 



Companies Oonsolldatod 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



BUrsas A«ran 
J A HIT ART 3 

noil jiouinbo i»t. 



THII EVENING 



TM1B EVENIKU 

iru. 



■nan* dbbibb tbi mi 



JANUARY 3 

AID 1ATC.DAT AfTaBBOOB AT 1. 



I*«rt Fltrm 



Doa-r bb assay sira m>. d,u 
n irr » mom . » r. -ii> 
wats faa bum wira sloby sasaai 

The Old 



i •-■ (iitniMi'ii t it lav 



tenluoky 



lion. 

■ ■■■via auurntai* 

BA AID HOOKA. U.I. IB 

>lut|IBM 

w r. m«« 

t an.i.r >ma<n« 

J a Hiaan.i. 



. r iTtta 










Worrell and 


l"llt-| ClMMIIIll Olll». 


Jennie 


Lillie 


Hull 


in llieir Songs and Dances! 


FII1LE. 


THIRD ACT OF ERNMI 


J. G. 


RUSSELL AND FULL VOCAL CORPS 



a- n : 



-«VT 



HOC 3K 3FI. S <3 IV 



In lii-i Allium of «*poeInltlo»j. 



Teutonic Eccentricities Baker and Farron 



H»AYY All U'D . 
l.lDHr AS CORK... 



HE5AVY jFVr3n.Il.IL.. 



BOB HART 

. O. D. BOl.KAFKM.r K 



OVERTURE. 



ORCHESTRA 



To conclude with Add Bytntn'a Skatch rntitlrd 

X>0»a:r»JE5"K-'« PATIENTS. 



POMFBT ... . 

DR. AIVATHHHA.. 
KUADY... 



1»I1. IT r«l'.B«n I OHARI.KR SQUBEZBI'KKKY ADD RYMAIf 

H. AINSLKY sOOTT MR. .Q'JKEZliFliKKi J KOIti.NsuN 

OUARLKS eurroN IoluUliV BAM Rickey 



MONDAY EYEKINQ, Jmuarr SOtb— rint Appearance of 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 



*•»*" All Bills egalnst tb« Aloambra Theatre moat oe presented bereaftor on Monday. 
a7"P«rfoTmJaM to commence punctually at eight o'clock. 



Ml IIH •( U* r»p«..r " fill- ■. 

Mortlmor. Parks, Dixon Thorn [wont 
MONHTBB IMMH.KAllK TO-MUBT 

.. ll».UTl».ali» 

' **' 9 W l ' '«■*«•? 

ImIMMi.WiUarw w . <..afSt<M 

■ **•'■ I Vagal* ltfaaar 

*"•»•"' ("iitl«|T»i«ii|«rn 



Fivo Minutes with Mortimer. 



nark Mm l)rr».4 |» M na 
Tlaanaf'* Davrll*! 
■ft 1 1*4.. 

I'oaRlr *L.t t 



atlaa ll.wa* 

. H»F JL*r«>F 

lt.Hr>K<-*l 

..Malarst* UraWar 



MYSTERIOUS LODGING HOUSE 

fritkNuri**! W»i*r Parks, 



111 4.N EUniKaliN IX HI* UltMlM, 
Bob* Ba>U. . |,« a I>|,„ n 

Il.n'l L«aT« la. H.lil. DarllM... Mm !*• Tmt riaa. 

Klltf from Cork l.ydlR UvlR«j B i4.R 

« t"» W*.lt«>r Parka 



BAD WHISKY. „ 

"••« ... Tloih RoblDMM 

Mf> Ar» OkaH-yThaiPwiw I Pelloewsai .,..,,», TUanst 



Ortirtlr* ....,„,■, ......_.._. 

Old Hulas 

U'KlkllK U«Wt Hroaawny. 

f'alnrtc Dancr 

Umllad 



..OrohRStn 



...FaVkS RRal nimaai 
MIhCIhI* 

....Mlsa l.lTlap^oR 
.Mvlllr Ls r«rreat 



„ - HANDY ANDY. 

Hstrfr Aadr toatHxos] 

OldPsppsrstiArp W.lUr Parha 



Ors riora... Orab saaf 

Boll Ad K.b.1* Koel 

NpatiUh BBallMd „ Hs| L*roy 

F finer Dunce.... .Mnvcl* Bmrcr 



Tba pstfortasDOS will oonoioj. wltb 

Siamese Twins 



Thd Twins 

Proresior 

Doe brown , 



Thompson and RtMoion 

Frank Mnrtlmi>r 

W.Ps.ks 



ADMIMIO], *4 OKNT9 

Prlrata Boxes f !.$!,» and fJ. Riiervs ss.u V) osnts. 

PRIVATE ENTRANCE TO BOXES. 

Doors open si 7. Oommeooe at 8 pr*o1ss*r 



Til MODEL l.«lllil\« HOLMCtV. 

fACIFICHOUSET :'^^^^ 

Olympic house ^.ra: 



R«L5rj.1 A OOTRRU. 



Thoaa 
who 



Vf-TET-TRT-BST 



Oar CslsOraUd 1 1 &j n'mu Shirts. Thsr A I pxbi'kjtli, sod for auaiity sad darabiliif will ssrer r>« ra*lcho1. To b i bsd only it the 

SWOAIX A?ID 8KE THEM, IXL. VVITHM HT'MtK, «1« Kesrni street. 



FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 



. No. 11«V, (~M 
»roy. A Una Iff 

lODStftOtlr OOa*^***) 



amortiTJcnt of itAt. end Osps ooutUotlr 

bsotl. •*■ lUtt made to order sod reooreied in 
tde neAt.sl sUls. ooUlm 



1849. 



1873. 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS! 

UoUday Presents! Holiday Presents I 

IT rilCES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. 



■THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

ail JUST BKOXIYBD AS lUMBBSI STOOK OF 
BOUDAY PBISEBTS, OO.fSIITI.IQ OF 

ffierman, French and American 
Fancy Goods, 



IUMS, VASES, CHAIRS, -WATCHES, 
BRACKETS, -WORK-BOXES. 
RUSTIC FRAMES, SIXK 
UMBRELLAS, .to. 

AUK). A OOWLKTl BTOCK OF 

TOW ! TOYS ! TOYS ! 

raoH tu. pabtb or tbb world. 
At MMS which Defy Competition! 



JOHN ROBL'S, 




NOMB BTJT TI1E BEST OTAHTY OF MEATS 

UAH BE HAD AT 

Stalls C O, California MTarliet 



rion£KJE .hob aLAirux-AOToilx. 



IBB LABOUT 8T0CI OF 



•GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 

TO BB FOOBD OB TBB FAOiriO COAST. 

.AA. ABES. WTHITE 

, tSOM «Oc UrWABOS. CLOTHINO, 
IAAYB, OAF*. OTAASBIBrS. BDHIB OLOTBIIG. 

ana. ara oau, abo BXABiim oob (took, abd 

«ATUIT TOOB8ILYA8 THAT 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

If THB OBKAT 

IX Is Auction Stove, 

at. KEABin vrasairr, < 

Oa« D»r tr»m Commercial. 

S)l SO Whit* Shirts tor ONE DOLLAB 




r-TtcinOft rXBOAHT OOBTOM WORK IB iTOB OTFY 
,11 ul auiais* IcWl Ud trtom. BKKRB ABtAYHABB 
B. KHn* .trMt. CD* door «oa lb of Bmh 



»"1 C5- A 3FI. €> . 

....THB.... 

ORGAN OF aOEUSEMENTS 

....CIBOOLATES IN .... 

All the Theatres, 

UKD tit 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

EN TH>C YKAB. 

GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THB CITY 
On the BOATS and OAB8 



FOR THE HOLIDAYS! 

WATCHES and JEWELRY 

NOW 19 THE TIME TO OBDEB 

Hair Jewelry 

....or.... 

H. A. Callender, Manufacturer, 

NO. ** SECOND STKKET, 

N. W. Corner of Mlision. 

AUERIOAN AND FOREIGN WAT0HK8 AT 
reduoed rates Also, s One Hoe of Oaliforois 
roiulo Jowalry. i»-NooKfr» ch»r(te tor ODirraTinit 
,)ew(.lryor eTers aeaoriotlon marts to ordsr and 
repaired. d^lo. 

THE OLD 

not sooton, 

IS Blortom Street, near Kearny. 

All Drinlcs Ten Cents 
Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST T0» AND JERRY IN TOWI. 

Always on file the New York Herald, Harper's 
Wfci»kly, Frsnk Lsalie'a. n^'s Doing-. Polite Oa- 
sitte. all tbe Oslllnrt-l* pap^-e, nl-o ^«»*<» n 
Ponob. Bi-H's Life. Iliiuttaied London News. Oall 
Hid es"siy yourself. __ a.— - 

ssjr Don't forgst tbe sign of the Hot Scotch. 



de?bt 



OHARLE8 WM. FFXPMAN. Prop'r. 



Rum Punch, Mot Scotch, 

....ASTD. .. 

TOM! and JBRBY, 

•JO TO THE BBANCB 

Hot Bootoll, 

IBS Butter ■treet, near Kearns. 

A.11 Drinlts Ten Cent* 
noT OBoaiiK iyeey inonr. 

eoUU JOf, D. BBIBOS. Picprlctol 

DRESS JMAKINC 

MBS. H. F. BISHOP. WO. ISO'FABBBLL 
Hlr." . la tb. P'M. lor L,dl.. »od •t»r,,.JJ 
TlniClol »h. cllf lo bill tn.ir DrMSM ..d. In 
atyle. MJ a potfaol fit »t . rapd.r.l. orlc o. F 

RICHF.DA TAM1I.T 

(FkniKrl» «/ CTioHnn'l Batat /<<iKan Oiraal 
nrltiL OlVELBBrONS UM THB V10LIB OB 
YY Onlur, M Wlimn _(« fWlliyal.or lor- 
nUb Homo for Ball. o. Putloo, at BOd.rat. 
ManS. BaridaawT sas. lu»t<oaarr .treat 



SQUARZA'S 



Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon beheld ltf If not, you're a trett 
At 8QDARZV3 PL7N0H BaLOON, In Kearay i treet 
There BONA, dieolple df 0RK4T SQUAREA. 
Dlspenres famed Ms(;io Panohes; rather 
The most doliolona mtztnraa yet recorded; 
And havd with many medals been rewarded! 
Ladlea their 00BDIAL3 there can b!d at leliare,— 
Their "TEARB" appeal*,— and Men gain "LADURB 

PLEASURE." 
To allay rouimbliU dlfferenoes and pain, 
In "ANTI.DIYOROS" yon can your end attain. 
Bip of the potent extract bat one taste, 
lour arm, connolliig, itralght If round her waist 
Guo8B what a "ilOUNINU OOUtCOBT" lo the lias 
That heal* the puirrel and Imparts the bllial 
The "VTELOOUE" to% you'll always find 
A balmy soother for the troubled mind. 
The bright "ADRORA/'and the sweet "PARBWfiH* 
juut viBit BONA, «nl you'll all fan welll 
Hla"HTGIKNI0BITrEK8" are the panaoea 
For all dyapeptloi and for diarrhoea. 
ifoOholere Morbna crer has been found 
Where "SYGI8NI0 BITTBB8" knook around- 
BONA and 8Q0ABZA, spite of all dotraotors. 
Have prorsd lbs Natlen's greatest beoefaators I 
rail rOBTT JtE»riat h.sUtiral drlntt-i you'll Old. 
To aid the stasi-lnTlgorate the mlndl 
Hot this alone— a Welcome you will meet 
At BONA'8-(8QTJARZA*8)-317 KEARHT BTB1ET. 
Bemembar, too, not this famed place to pass; 
ALL BPLKNDID LIQD0B8 BDT ONJI BIT A OLASR, 



THEY BAYS TAKE2T 

THE FSRST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

All t*ie Mechanics' Fairs. 



,B WIYOI.BSA.U ABD BatTAJX. 
aX the .id ert.kHA.aumt. 18* CoMnaaAr 8 
eosMtt* What CBmmv Rasas 



P«,B 



FIGARO.' 

7BFAX OP AatTJSEttEHTa. 



Ft: -d .».fy Day In th. Year by 

J. 1?. BOOABDI? 8 

*I 

M* Mcrebttot avad ««* Wa-blaa-t©* •**• 

Below Montgomery. Bm FranoWso. 



FRIDAY JANPAltg 3. 1873 



*r*u Buijf 



AMUHEMKNT8, Etc. 

Calif jrn!» Tawattrw. 

For the On I time in tht bialory of lb* draraa 
fai California ib. paopla cf San Francisco have 
aoopDottaaKroIwitDCBa ax lontmni like a be'- 
lat. Hot ocli a--e tba l*».d«n. M'l.cs Betty Ri«, 
and Emily Rul. acoccapliabed artist.*, bat tb« 
m.mbareof tb.eerp. d« ballet ar* well trained 
graceful and attractive. "Aladdin"' will be P*r- 
lormed at tbe matioe* le-momw wfceo the bouse 
will b* thronged with ladies ud cbildrea. Joba 
T. Bvmind liuluu Salt Lake on bis way htr* 
to cmaitirt as eDtactment, so "Aladdin" ean- 
sei be kept aa mocb longer. 
Alnamarm. 

Tba fiwt eaeabiaattoa at tbia kouie attract* 
large and very fashiobabl. todi«M8. Tba enter- 
tainoaaai given U to oaraTall/ preserved from ear- 
thing eoproeeblng ootrMota that it la an j eyed 
r Paaerson. Miea J eon I. Worratl and 
a Hall, Baker and Ferron, Bob Hart. Add 
ftjaiB. J.C Rae**ll, Sam Riokej and all tbta 
bright bud cf mtaatrale trill appear to-olgcl and 
at it* aaatanaa to-morrow, In tba programme 
given on cxr flrat page. 
Metropolitan Tb-atxe. 

ThsYallow Oat" baa mad* a fair, and will draw 
big ho as** for aoaoy olgbts to come. Tba plot of 
Ite p'a7»s BTStHciatt'r interesting, tba imiini ii 
good, tba sceoary sa>o«rb, acd tba march of tba 
Ansae jus parfaetlr do««i in llo tffeot. Tb.vnri- 
a t7 traeiase. iDtrod aoed by M it a Lain Wilson. Leo 
PetltHarllngsaod Oceana is good, bat tba laat- 
■ iebkI artiita aboold avoid asconraglnK tbe hood- 
lum ia tbe gillair by tting on too familiar terms 
with them. Tear won't stand it. Oo*eae la as 
artiste, and need not deacead to clap-trap gaga. 
*Tho fallow bat" will be plajad at tba mniace 
to-morrow aod ararj evening until farther sotioa. 
B«41a\ Union Ttorntre. 

Ccarlea Vernir'a comic eoDg* are qo-ite a feature 
la tba prograaua-a at tbia hoaae; lb. Reefaed* 
Family aregiaat favorite a; J H. L«rk<o aad Car- 
rie Armilroog eecel id Dat-.b a tirtbe billet of 
^La Hajadi Sieiglia* is very pretty, and tba bur- 
lae^ie specUcI* ol "A lid-ia-a-lamp" win da dp 
a capital evee.iag'* enurtaioment in a pleasing 
• ty'.e. Agr.eftiU is in preparation forBatarday 
oixbt. 
Wttm Atttwvaeaxta. 

A great bill baa been prepared for to-night at 
this lirelj-p'aoe ot imaitm«nL Frstpart, ioter- 
ladaand af'arpleca are all brigbt aad sparkling 
Prank Mortimer, Ljda LiTiogataii, Miss CUada, 
Mile Katia-Zo«l, asd maey otbera ImtDtio&ed on 
car first page will appear. 
Wilaon'a Hippodrome. 

Tbe woefc of braakiDg grooad for John WilfetTs 
aew place of amaaemeat. *bieb we bare taken 
tbe liberty to ebrtatian aa above, waa commenced 
yeaterdaj oader tbe aoperviaion of Mr. Qatcken- 
baab, ttaB«ell-'kaown boildar. ' Tke lot it a Urge 
one and ■plandi^ly sitnated tor tbe parpoee. It ifl 
located on tbe North aide of tnttar etreet, be- 
tween tboae gaeat ttorongbfarea, Uontgomeir and 
alearoj ■ tree ta, lain tte immediate Ticinity of a'l 
tbe large hotels, and is of euj access from any 
portion of the city by nearly all the street cars. 
The PaTllion will be large acd oommodiona, and 
I tied up with every convenience fjr tbe oom- 
lort of the public. John Vtriion to an ex- 
perietieed and eoergaio aana^er, and will, doubt- 
lesa, make bn new eaterpriae aaocceeBlol and pre* 
fllab.'a one. 
Pacific laU 

Tbe baaetit to Hits Anna E:a»r, tbe popnltr 
yonng prima donna eootrilio of the Fab^n opera 
troop*, which Is to take place this evening, 
ahenld daw a large audience. The programme 
•ODpriieaa Sebnbert leciial, the flrat ever pre-, 
Mated in thie oitr. aad aereral operatic gems,. 
Tickets are foraaleat HLGray's aaaaio store and 
at Sherman A Hyde'a. 
Woodwavrd'e Garden*, *» j 

Orrcn*. the woederfai edaosteA animate and 
•Atting every day. Freeskatiag TaMaday, Thurs- 
day and Satarday eaeoiogs. Grand perlormance 
Satnrdsy aiWrnccn and bandaj- 
Hwa-ticulLcraJ BaUa. 

Skating aaaembl ee Tuesday afteasoon and ere- 
ning, Wcdnecday afternoon and evaomg. 7buie- 
day afternoon and evening, and battuetev afternoon 
acd evening. 

Anatomical McEeuic— On© of the most 

sompiete collKtaona of the krnd In Che United 
flta Lea, oomprieing bnndreda of ooatay *Ad bean- 
Ittni wtx modeta, ia daily aa view (be geutiemen 
ily) at the Maaeana oa Homtgomery Btreeu Aa 
he wt may be profHabt* roeot hare. 



To AoyeuMeTta.— For tale at a great sacrifice 
at 38 Geary acreet, alz e'egant «llk drea^es, "UEe- 
flTitaaled f or qoalitf aad rrtyie. e 



Etikin Heore* 

Fonterlj of Rmaa Boom Oagrlagcg, can be 
fonmd id fro at «f Qoiamao Bros, cloth Id ft es- 
tablishment, south veet corner ttauh and Mont- 
gocoery ata, , or Dexter Sublet. Oarriage orders 
Ml at either place promptly attended to day 
ar Edgbt, at redoeed rates. m 



Still A!lv«! 

When looking fur Erl'dav prexert*. so ti the 
Kan*- Taws TB9TOGKaFB GaiXJ£a\T,r7e. 25 Thl d 
•treet, and tee thite t>totiinl pcrtraJU Id oil, 
wttor-colorg ard Itdla-lLk. P.lcea frcm one- 
thjrd to ODe»fae]f cbeepvr t. ac at aov <th-r 
Ant-cUaa gallery In the rity. R»an=-mber ihe 
place -B. F. Howl id ACo, ii* Thud at. r 



Holiday Ctrndua 

Freab, swrct acd d Uoloos Cacdie?, of er'ry 
Tartly, t(U 1. Hero j*e pi. Deer cotfe^tloo- 
•ry, ST8 Kearny tire- 1. Vhclesale aha reUiJL o 



I>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his stody more ptrticrjarly to 
chronic at I specific practice, and aa such is 
now the moat anoteetfol of any Physician in 
Ban rrandaco. Ciflc? 519 Beeramente) tTeet, 
oorner of Leldeedorf * few doors oelow Whaj 
CBnwr Hooee. I 



J3r. Barlow J. f mith 

Ie giving a cooxr-e of Free Lecmret to Gentle* 
ahen on BVxnal Physiology and Hervona Dls- 
eaeea at , ia HygeUn H. 11, 637 California stree', 

feweryFrldayevwOii g, : \.menangat7}» o'clock, 
A parte' iheevenlcg ia devoted to tx.minicg 
and proscribing for jHttenti.. Dr. Sml b plte-s 
pbrenoK'^glcal «xsmtr.atior e in regard to health 
to lBTiUdj CtDy, frcm f to 4 P at . free. w 



Anecdoto of Forrest. 

The death of Mr. Forrett brings out in- 
Dumer*t!e aoeedctet cf the great tragedian. 
The Philadelphia Press tell* a very good one 
thtthsppsned io Baltimore. It aye: "Netr- 
ly evety ictor who h*e ever (.l-yed with Mr. 
Forreat haB hs o«n title antcJote to 'ell 
of Furresi'e glim Lamer, era hing eircaem, 
tut HU'.h aotclotce depend maiolr for ap- 
peoiation upon aa imitation of tbe trage- 
dian'* voice and manoer. That Mr. For- 
rest had abundant tumor, of its kind, no 
onecandonbt. A remark cf his male in 
Baltimore a few years »go hia become f*- 
moai u a stage tradition. Mr. Forrect's 
legs were a thame of great admiration to 
tte world at Urge, and of no little pride to 
himstlf. "Virginias" was ihe play, a,od 
Mr. Forrest, in the costume cf tbe Roman 
General, was standing at the wings in hia 
usual firm attitude, and with his nsoal 
scorofwl smil- gisihgat the sctors and su- 
pernumeraries itanding on tbe stage. The 
lower limbs of the aetors being for the most 
part pentifully padded, presented a re- 
v pec table appearance, but the poor supers, 
being, as is usually the ciee in American 
theatres, mere overgrown boye, and, h»T- 
ingno pads, their limbs were ridiculous, 
the fleshings with which they were cov- 
ered being a world t) wide for their shrun- 
ken limbs. Their sppesranee ronssd 
tbe ire of Mr- Forrest. Mr. Ford, the man- 
ager, passing at tbe time, Forrest called his 
Attention to the supers, and said: 

"Mr- Ford, for Heaven's sake, what are 

th063 ?" 

■■Those," said the mat ager, "are Roman 
citizen?, Mr. Forrest." 

"Roman citizens 1 Te Gods I Did Ro- 
mans have legs like those?" 

The air of utter disgest attending tbe 
words wore inceerribable, and ForesBt 
sttlkedon thrfaUge eetf bt-^oould devour the 
Roman c.t zene, legs and, all.'' 

Too Deep fur Tears. 

It bringB tears ti our eyes when we read 
incident* of marital love arid devotion eut- 
rasting time, change and deatb. He wa* 
met by a friend, who informed him that his 
wife was dead. "Wif« dead 1" said the pork 
auei chant, "Well, now, do you know I didn't 
think she was long-lived. What's the price 
of bogs?" His was a grief too deep for 
"tears. 

Too Bad, 

It is inconvenient sometimes to epesk tbe 
English language with a sweet German ac- 
cent. A Teutonic saloon ketpsr has 1 at 
ba'fhis customers by boasting that he keeps 
*'de pest house." : _-• 

Trapping Mcihr r.-in-Law. 

A Uavannah gentleman having s;t a steel 
trap to discover what became cf his ohrekeoe 
found his mother-in-law grievously lacera- 
ted neit morning. Since then tbe demand 

for strel traps is siidtibe simet^ing un- 
precedented in the hardware trade of Geor- 
gia. 

Tbe stars are called wicked because they 
Bad-fLuVlate. 

For Holiday Candle* 

Go to George Hass A CoV, So. 56 Eeamy at. 
This firm has orrled off the preminmB at tbe 
Fare fcr sevral yatrj for the enpfxtorl'w of 
thrir ccne-tic t', and hive an -xt-rMve e- 
coOmeot of liny caodle?, cor moopia.* sod 
other rhiDgs In tier line ti plea f tu^ little 
Olkfl us hilicav pr aei.t'. G*tr^e Baea K Co. 
supply Cuodav 8 r c^l Festivals and chosch 
fairs at wholesale prices. 



Holiday i-'unciits. 

There are no Flinches for the Holiday tables 
that compare with Bquim's. &ajnux.'« Pnnchee 
are fameui for th? high a-t shown in tbeirman- 
cfjctare.iho hijpy combinttloa of whole jone 
tonics, and their cellcicms flavor. Bona, tbt 
disciple of the great SqaaiEi, has yr-p.roa 
forty different hind of punches aad ro'dials fjr 
tbe Hbdayubles. For saler at ttae new branch, 
317 Kearnv ureet, or at tko OldHeadgmartere, 
1.0 J^eldesdorff etreet. k 



Miss Olivia Band. 

As tois lady is a O-lifornia-raised act rest, 
and Las many friends in this city, we copy 
tb* following from tbe Baltimore Ball-tin : 

Th- ^raodettsrectaeJe ever placed ucon 
the AmeriCin ata-.e is "Leo and Lotoa, 
now being produtel at Nibio'e Garden, hew 
York. The "B:a.k Crook" and " Wi.it 9 
Fawn" fall into magnificat ca wben com- 
jurad «i h it, and linage utteily fails 
wheo atiempting to dispute tbs gorgeot-a- 
ntssof tte sceneiy. Snowfl*ke, the guar- 
dian spirit, the aiott besutifal snd at the 
itme time tbe most difficult cbaraoier in 
tbcpitcs.is atsign-rd to Mies O.ivia liana. 
It wi 1 begranfying tj her many friends in 
Bali more to know that *ha h'-s met with a 
reception there seldom fc-orded to any ait- 
iate. Tie pre»B of ihtt *ity are lavish ia 
thtt;r praise cf htr rendition of thechnrac- 
tar. Tdo Sunday Times Baya : "As Snow- 
fl-ke. the guardian epirit, she look* like a 
Bnowflakeof most human mould and chir- 
acteriB'iCi, and certainly beautiful enough 
to defy and conqu* r all the fiends in Had' s. 
Mis* Kind sings with most pleasing effect 
tbe muBic allotted to her." 



NOTICES 

... TO.... 

Business Men: 
Taxes. Taxes. 

Delinquent on Saturday, Jan- 
uary 4, 1873. 



T>Y JJEAWING CHECK TO THE OBDKB.OF 

tbe Tax Collector, WITH TAX [BILLS ea- 
cloaed, Tazpayeis will eav. themselves the iooon- 
T.oience of waiting at the efflce, aad the re- 
ceipted bills will be eeat to their address, 
dell td A. AUSTIN. Tax Collector, 



Appreciated. 

BitaBangelli is said by French critica to 
be at present Europe's queen of daDseosea. 
Accordiog to them she " pirouett«B to per- 
fection," and "her points have not been 
equalled since the days cf Carlotta Griei." 
If Kita Stngalli were to return to thiB city, 
which she is not likely to do, onr intelligent 
critics would noto know what t: s^y about 
her. _ 

JE-veirytotKly Goes Tbere, 

Thz place to buy a bat is "The" Hat 8iobx, 
617 Washington etreet, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny. The stock is Immense, the fash- 
ions are the latest, and the prices are the 
lowest. * 

« 

Diamond Catarrh .Remedy 

Is a sure cure for Oatarth or Colds, Ask your 
druggist for It, or send to Dr. A. F. Evoz, No. 

9 Pott street. z 

* 

Photoarapfllc Cards. 

At one dollar per doaen at tbe Peoples Art 
Gallery, Si Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission etreet. x 



An Old. Lanamark. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at tbe TH. E. corner 
ot Kear&y and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the la&t 
e levee years for keeping tbe bett Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc v 



Jones £z ^^chroder's 

Celebrated CrabChowder can bs obtained only 
at ano Bath atreet, nearly opposte the ALham- 
bra Theatre, bob Hart eats it, and tney all 
ent i-. Ooly tbe beet brandB of Tjlquors bot- 
led for family uae. * 



Gentlemen, Attention! 

For themos-'oomfortablsand taxations shave 
be tn.re.and call at O.L. Busand'e Palace febavlng 
•acal Hairdresikeg SaIosd, 224 Montgomery St., 
opposite Bnss House. up-Etanrs. Only the<most 
bkiHful aitlsts employed. a 

Tne Presldeni'a Message. 

Peace and -prosperity are the key notes-of thie 
document. Cheapness and durablity are -ihe 
cbaracterfafttos of H. Luchsinger'a furniture. 
All should Tit-it his emporium, 781 afarket 
Btrect, and aecert&ln hew cheaply a house can 
be f oxniahett. a> 



500 Pairs ol i^ocke, 
At all prices, at the What Cheer Launaxy. 



Sewinjr Kacnlnei for Hale or to Reat, 

Cheap, at 116 Pest etreet. Also, Agency for 

VULs'a Adjustable Treadle. ' 



Wliltener. 

-Jastes 3elixes. 31 Second street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



Hnti f.»r Hylldays. 

"The" Hat atere, 647 Wafbinrteo street sec- 
ond hat (tore below Ktarnyl, is the place to go 
t j boy your holiday hats. Finest hate, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat store in tbe city. 
BenvattMr, So. .$41, second hat t*a» beJow 
Kearny, oa Washington etreet. at 



Frwalk cnri gwtet. 
Fer tbe bwt ceofecbenery, ro ie Canty and 

Wajtner'a. Iu7 Wonuomerr M. aear Salter. H 



Ladles and Gentlemen 

Who have been e offerlnfi from virions com 
plait te for yesrp, are obtaining relief from Dr. 
Aik c, at 1S7 Uootgcrmery street. He performs 
delicate Eurgioal eperatlons, and is daily effect- 
ing remarkable rcreior cld-sundlng dlseaaea. 
The Doctor is a cempeeeni, select Ac phy*iotao, 
and the ifBiCted can consult him with coaA- 



Do J*ot Suffer from Corns, 

The nnforiunate svaferers from psrss.Ban- 
(cms, Clab and IngrowlDgNatls.can find instant 
relff-f by ay pi; ug at Dr. R. H. Cowan's lost!- 
rote. 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 r-at. We 
apeak from experience, having tested the Dr>e> 
ter'f capability. Reference! tjlven If reqalrea. a 

WBtsttVlncr. heturnea in OneDsy 
Asd we never disappoint, at the What Chexx 
LtanAry. ■>. a. , 

ii — — 

For H'aiainjt 
Shirts, C 60 per doe.; small pieces, 60c. per 
i. At the What Cheer l*nndry * 



Manning's. 

Tae inly P'-aes eoath of Market street to 
g-t a good dish of Cytters, Ca'i'ornia or SiStem 
Trin-iplai ted, is at kfanniog'a Charter Oak 
Oyster gal -or, corner Howaid and Third, late 
ot tne Blue fficg Silo n. x. 



What Cheer Launary 

Bmploys no Chinamen, and should be pat 
tODlsed by rvervnodv. • 

— — i 0>i 

For tbe Very beat DrinJtt, 

Qo to Ties' Branch Saloon, career of Market 
aal T&ird svretti *6 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savloa. aad LoonSodety. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HATE DE- 
ctsred a dividend of otoe <9> per cot. per 
anoam on '■« rm Deposit*, *~<i seven aod aae baU 
'1,'i) per cent, per acoam ot (Jroinarj t3^yOEita, 
f-ee cf Federal I'az, for tbe aiz moDtba ending 
D-cob:r 11. .£T .'. Dayable oa and alc&r Jicoary 
lMtli riyoroer. 

GKORGF. .LETTF, Seoretary. 
Sin Franciseo. Dec*moe 31, 1872. jtZ iw 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Sat rrancltco fiavingi Colon, S32ChH. 
forala atreet. Corner of Webb. 

FOR THE HAT F YEAR EJTD1NG WITH THB 
2'si Drcember, 1-Tj. a dividend baa b(.ea d»- 
elaTed at tbe raiecf ninv aod eix-teath* (9C-10) 
p*r cent, per aooam on Tern #et>oeiia, and cieot. 
<^) per cec. per aonnm on Ordwary Dtpoaita, free 
of r>de>at. Tax mi D' poena, payable on and after 
13' b Jaonarf. IffJS. Bj order. 
a. it 2w LuVtLL WHITE, Oaehie 



moo o< 
TAXES. TAXES. 

UA1CBDAT, JAJHTABT *. X8T», 
Is the LAST DAY State, City auid 
County Taxei can be received wltboat 
addlne A per cent, to tbe amount of 
Toxea 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Boolteeller* und «iutluo v T», 
BLH. Moore, 603 alootcomery. aear Merchant. 

aCatchera. 
Katz, t'rtd, StallaMto lilt'. UalifornlaHarael. 

Bnn* Fnnndrrlva, 
Weed A Kiopwell, Oalifomia, 125 First et. 

French Fancy Gomla. 
Loean A Co.. 19 MoDteooaarv, KB and W Sattetv 

llnniun liii'r. 
Sampaoa, A. B. A Co.. 110 SeooDd street. 

atualc aad Hntleal lnatrnanentav 
Keen., O, C. mftr. acoordianB, repairer of all kind* 
mnslcal iaatrnneotB, 203 Hearoj. 

Moccuronl H nun fuclurtr*. 
Brignardello, Maccbiavello A Co., 70S Sanaome, 

Ojaiera (lraportera and wnoieaaia. 
Ooan" *■ Ho.. No. ftjn^lifDmJBMark^! 

Wlnei and Liquor*. ( Wnoleeah..) 
Danen IT. A Co.. £04 Front, 

Whliener. 
James C. Sellers, No. 31 (Second street. 



dcSltd 



ATJSTIK; 

Tax Cctlleetoi. 




TRAYS aiwajBOo band. 



Alfred Vetter, 

Manafaotnrer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGSS, 

SS5 Dirpont, 

2/BAR SUTTER STREET. 

See mv stock of Bird 
Cages b+fsre parcbaaidC 
etewbere. Alwaje tooje- 
t.hjDR ne=» oo hand. My 
Patent Cases, made of 
Tin Wire, are wa'rantfd 
FREE FKUM VERMIN 
Also, beBt qnalliy tka 
noMtf 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

013 KEABKT STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT 
tbeabortea ootio? AHPiDesand 

Citar Holders wmianted geanioe, and 

to enlor well. Me*>r-cbautD Pipfs »Td 

fralking Oaoes Moaobed and Repaired 

at lowest Eastern Prices, aad with tbe beat work- 

maoBhip- A large astoruaeot of Walkloe Oanee 

and t'accy Goods of ever; description always 

hand. noZl li 



The Popular Beverage 

CONGRESS WATER FROM THE PACIFIC 
Oooeress Springs, Dear Santa Clara. Indorsed 
by tbe Medical Facaltr, its carstive powers being 
cqaaltotbe celebrated Oonjrefs Water fiom toa 
SpriDee cf S&'atoga, New Vork. Depot removed 
from 118 Kearay street lo Kev Mootgomerj, ooe 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. Lib- 
eral diaconnt to the trace, and orders attended to 
piomptly. det5 1 — 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVEEY 8ATVRDAT NIGHT, 

Piano and Smging at 8 P*.M 

D. BARRT, ObairnuD, 

Charing Cross Saloon 

OOO ACfaalon atreet* near Second. 

delO J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 



abletoio, aal Madame 
bUUWUBES. Profersor of Great 
Mysteries, bhe care* ricknesa after 
re overy is hopeless, and give correct 
it, formation on ell sSaireof life. Prof. 
S baavalaaible tuli^n&an 3 for icts, gond l"ck, alpo 



• a .- 



d< lrx 



Stage Dancing: 

TACGBT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 

OA6HAWAT HALL, 
_ de27 1m Post street, near Kearny. 



CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS' FTJR- 
r-teMeg foods to be b*d gord and Cbeao, at 
tee " .^LDCOajiKB," I. LKTY'.\5l«. Mooigom- 
•rr etreet. Jmaf c. gves to all. Don't f»rge< tbe 
nomber, Cl« Atom go a e ry street- deVi lm j 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

t)S»toeraBMato atr«et, 
(The First House below Kearny atreet,) 

FOB PCRNtSBING WHITE AND CHINESE 
H*ip of a!i b>t*K~ Q*w rcl Ba mere • gencr ; 
C't'Ml Rhk«, Nntes >>d /coone'i: Wbil- and 
Chioea* Laborers .applied for FamJiee. UoteU, 
Farm-, Jr*>ciorier. tie. 

CUAS. F. BErHfcREKACO., 
de'S lm C~*£ Kaeramrato etreet. 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH, 



Cor. Second and Teh l 



in atreete. 



t~Terrtpin constantly oa hand. 
Oi.'era in STfry atyle. PhlVATE 
SUPPER EOOMS FOR PARTIES. 

dec SI lm 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MMBPOITS. IMPORThR AND DEalETt IN 
haru'an Ladies' Underwear. FRENCH 
CuRSEl'S of all prion and q .aiiues, read> mado 
and to order. Ho, S31 Bacrameato streot. b*>!ow 
Ksirny do 1-3 m 



CLASSES INJLOCUTIOJI. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
tbe Tbeatncal P-cfe-^oo in aii'orr.U rj-e- 
Doae foreleg elaaete for i^atrootion in Hjm.io ■. 
Par-ons wiabing to ava 1 tb- maelveaof tbe oppor- 
toaity of acqainnit a oa fa) art at a modrrate onst 
can send in Uioirnamei to "Caabyee*," P. O. Box 
SOL "O'D pinicowri as to terae, etc., will be 
Matteuea. tU9 ;( 




BEWYOPK PRICES 

HALL'S PLANOS 
For sale at No, it 
'ilerstreet. Call aad 
examine lor yourselves. 
aw7*Tba roly Califor- 
nia-made Piano on lb 
deZttf 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOE 

ON HAND and made 
to ORDER, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Kearny itreet 



TAXES. TAXES. 

1872-73. 

ftf OT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A 0£R- 

tlfled copy of tbe Assessment Book of tba 

taxable proper of tha City and Coanty of San 

Francises, 

Real Estate and Personal Property 

For tbe fiscal year Jft72-73, has tbn day been ra- 
oeived; that tb. State, City antf Coonty Taxeb for 
!aid 1)6051 year are now doe sod pajable at th* 
office of tbe undersigned (Room No. 1, City Ball); 
aad that tbe Iowa ia regard to their collecrtoo 
will be strictly enfor_ d. 

Taxeswill become ELINQCENT on tbe FIRST 
MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1873, and nnlees paid 
prior thereto, five per cenL, a) be adctd to tbe 
amount thereof. A. AUSTIN 

Tax Col lector of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco. oc«9- td 



IMPORTANT 

TO.... 

TAX-PAYERS 

piTE .PXK CENT. WILL BB 
AISID TO STATE, CITY AMD 
COUNTY TAXES. AFTKB 

SATURDAY, JAN'Y 4, 1872. 

<Ie7 A. ATJ'-TI^, Tax Collector. 



OUTSIDE LAND8. 

ANY AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAYS 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can hive too 
amount refunded at tbe office of tbe undersigned 
upon tbe presentation of an order from tha 
Mayor and City and County Attorney. 
deLStf A. ArSTIN. 




C. 



OLD 

DAVE mTn.jES A CO.. at the- 

. old original K-d Lion. lOUsary 

Biroer., lu *crii Ke-roy <- nd PupoiL, where von 
can bare KuT AND U 'i.D ■jKInKS. notforget- 
LiogtbBold Pioneer LuooO. TDe 'Old 8port T ' is 
always on ta d. Tbe ori^maJ old Koglisn Plqm 
Pudding will be Sarved Qp oa Christmas and New 
Year's Jjay. 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 
HAYWA.RPS. 

IOHY OAKBB PBOPBIETOB 

Pirat-Class Hotel. 

uU6m 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



DEOLAJlFTi FY TIE JUDGES AT A LATB 
Fair of the Aaa.rioftn Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial raatnst Btjioway's. Ohicherioa'a, aad 
2, t ^TU* >b ® Ttl «- oe-ST ON EXHIBITION. ». 
C5»TAZ, Sole A srent. 8o O'Farrell streeX 
N_B-— PianoB of all atyt.i TO RRNT. mart 



COME AND SEE US. 

Wide Onen for a Jcb. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KWDS OE 1 HE FINEST =CAND^ 
aade atanr Steam Candy Factory daily. Al 
ordets. eepeeVaJIy from tbe conntry, are solicite* 
ard will be paomptly »U ended to. 

OANTY A WAGNZS. 

1«T Mf»t-nmi.n at- na/ r »iii»f«' 



CENTRAL 

NO. lta GEARY 8TREFT. 
Best aoooaboiodatioDe for 

FamUiea ia tb. city. Private — 

tntraaae iarLadi'*, Hair Catting, fibaving and 
Bootaacoi-t UfaKdren's Hair neawy out. Ladies 
SnamDooing50 cant*. 
i 17 lea I- OORRTYEAU. ProDrisUr 



MR. AND MRS. DREWS 

Select Dancing Academy 



A NEW DISCOVERT. 

RELIEF TO CRIPPLES.- _ 
Cons asd Bonion. Oared f 
witbontpunor trouble, by nafngf 
Dr Ual'e Corn and Bonioo Bem-I 
dy, F. Rider, Agent. S. J£. Oorner x 
Buah and Dapoat sts. 




GkJL~%7-*u TT«at -fia. M7JL=a.I.a^Xa 

We'll Trv and Suit 



Jim 



2L> 



i<MOMT0OMEffT S £ fc 
HOTEL ^ ^ 




IfllO 



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iii nukoncni ifiph 



ioai»t .1. ib-s 



""•a. fTrt. *». ita_ 



FURIISHED ROOMS 

M ud 110 fT Month ' 
I 



WEST END HOTEL, 



:i 



*£ lETROPOLITAN THEATRF 



CALIFORNIA TDEATR1. 



Ir.toryff^' « r 



in If 



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4188 BLANCHE CLIFTON 

■M ^llllHl h**) ,'•'»•• 4 'gaWl-t— . -SS 







V>oot «r»,oXo! 



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• -en. 



TELLOW HAT! 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

B«an, Tlf HI. T -,, »... 



JVUl'AUT S 



•!*.**. X3-XIC -TDK- t.A.1 



Star Premiers Assoluta, BETTY RIGL. the Premiere Danseuse. EMILY R1GL. 



ACt his Thrro Tulrnlcrl < 'nil. Iron. 



KVCMIKO 



abb itb«t rrrxu. . i biil ri bthkb nonov. 



JANCRAT 3 



iintn 



INT 
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'III u 

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TUB O'.IUtOlil I IIL1ITI1TID irriTJll.I l« ■ At r«. I » 1 I I I > I. 

Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp! 

niTiiiritm o» raiumili 

AL.DflN m moon: MOOR I 

ABl'lMI W. A. NISTATU 

lllUO 1.0 WILI-HMWIH 

TABI TOUOLOOS. KALTB. M. LE>IA» 

utun T17IEB X N. TBATBB 

AXP.ACK B J BCOILIY 

OiriCBB C. BB.1BY 






m tin 
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■Uai E. ■ Arn U\>o, 
Ml.. Roc. ■ 
La... L ffl . M.U. •! Hon r. Our If. KM. 

».w *»4 Iklmli »•-... r T »y Mr. WM. HI'S 
HMT. M..I. Ay Mr. a,. 1. AM HRI1Z. A.f.. 

— . . ■■ griii- k>f Mi r. tirvvt* r.» mil. wi 

Mr. H. M..M KIA" -.. •• ««!■• • ! Mlltir Aimi 
...r^.al. f»r .A'« r lM« hi Khik. •- 

■ «»..<.•. Piiirmi wilt, i.. Trim. 



OLIO. 

if m4 »••*- MIM r.At. Wll»a« 

■J.A.I. ... »•»« .HIM Oifapa 

Ay. I* • ( My MffJ I. lit'* Dirllngi 

IIKIIR KKVIEW or THK AHIZIISI 



I' 



Und of PeroR, or Hulls of Dazz'ing Light) 



BATVRDAT AfrEBSOOIt. Jin I— 

Oraiid Yellow Hut M atlnee [ 



Otlir. OHUKB 

««BI or TBI LAMR 

obm or Tnr. kiso 

rBIBCXSS BADROULBAD0UR -. 

AMR. 'I' 

ZORTAD '. 

MXiTAPBA 

M AodArloa, Mlntat.rA of Hut.. O-ot'. 



I M M <» It T A. A. ►». 



B. PITIHTOS 

JOHN WII.SJB 

...U1RS LOUISA JC 11 

..UIBS VIIVMIR WALTON 
MISS C.BRIE KT.Tr 

HUH M A. CBAUBCBS 

...MR?. O. B BAUMDEB* 

Attro.l.ati. Sl.y... -f. 






Mj.-rnitictnt Sconery by Porter! Htartling flhisiorm. Gorgeous Costuinrs! 



■ #■•««- I.— The M flrlnrt*. Irrxe »,-Ta,i> fl-ncia 

• —A, ••..i-rr-. I* twin Nrr-c 4, — .*. Chin, if 
fettT-Mt. »'f»f S.-Kojiil AparlMfnU In I hf Pulurr 
• f M.tttr.mlU .df.nr. *l>««4 A - BImrIci) <V«1i«r. "rfiie 
7.-» r.,h.tn|r>d Curt, Unlit Ff.tK.l-flB.. nml ihr \V..n- 
■Wt-fBl I. *■»,•- ChlMif Il4»rr bjr Al-nlUlt. ituJ Kai- 
r*« r»i>irNa. 

A.OX SECOND. 

■ «■*—». 1 — M«-tnp<l-l'> t'«tt»ir«. «r-ror Z.-Orund 

iBIrinrr t " ikr Koynl lljlh* Trrrlll I "mh.il 

"Mil .1 -MiMiriphn'B r'ollnn. "vD-ie 4.— Ihlnnc 
l.Br.(n, r>r«-"p i.-F*..». of ..■■|rrn> Wrund Pr - 
rrulan of 1, >Bit«ra«, (.rund ifailct uf Mllvrr Huya, 



"■v M'llr* BK1TY imH mil V HIQI. .....I inrp. 

r)« Bnl ft. ■iin.llntr Aiiohmk .%«■<■ hi U. Chnrvu 
niirt Iiib itiiT-f i lillfi-rn. Mrldnl ( hntDi uml 'lull- 

ACT THIRD. 

•enr J . — t hi '.. ».- ««,rr*l. 'pen* S. — FTl»rlfir of 
A IhJiI.x'b I'.Hf.rr. Nptiac! !l.~finiilrn of I hi- P<>1..ce 
-rene *.— K. ••••-••< '« f U-mtM-r. "■rrnf- ft.— Ill- Fivlt'B 
l*..l..or. "rrnf «.— Tltr Nemhoif!. .-rni.- l.-*n mni 

In * (•■•Idln'it Pb»I .Of. Mr,. -H.-lhrlLirHrm. Nci-nr 

tl.-Thf i»i. iin ulire ili.- Pmubcf at'tod. r'-atlv.tl In 

■i nnn.r A|„i|,iiii'ir..'iiirn. II. .n- Cburnn nml Sum 
lit A.-r.... ill- P. ill*. Olltnd II .I'rl ili-lhlnnli, k t 

uj*|i«« Ki'.i. nn<1 Uarpi de llal'oc. Onnd lliurui. 
Keinrn ol the Polucr. Ititppy AKdoo -iM.-nt . 



SATURDAY, at 2 GRAND ALADDIN MATINEE 



■ Nfrrrrf «•>■»•>— n r w*Oirett «"' Orob«#tr«.. 

KrifrVfd *tp«IBi — BAlOOOJ 

Dtm« Ci»cl# Admlti. on 



PRICES OF AT Bfl8BIOJ». 

Ml «• fl.i.nny 

7* G»f'*IT 

....•l OO Pnnu Box*;... 



SO 

MB 

SO .nd VlO OO 



•jroiuKHKnr o* tub 

.(•'rhtnU Fmulljr, Sjnnish MtuMrels! 



.UfWUMI II,.. T.«tt,. BrC 

fcUU K.1W 

W a.>B>.*r« vs d da CftTBtad* Thm« 

Own«r» O.I.MU1 

IT«lilMM M THE XAH3S CIlAtUtt YttlBi 

«••! aid »<M>rr ML* J*»t r htM 

THK WUNOKK- II, 
nEOniDDA FAMIIjT 

INhPANIMI UINSTUM.SV 

I>..| I'mlily GrOllple. 

I B ' *RK1* ud OARRIIC ARM8TR01IC* 

Koilodl .. . 

OOGtbL -rd (^KlPIRln OooM* Hen« tod D.no*. 
Tho Qunoli Of riOMOH. 

riimtUA Kirn bda, vioii.t.t, * T««r. om 
DRAM-ATTIC READINGS. 

P'mii attic R«ft.l*r .1 nhnnj TodHTf 

i r*«.d.BE> K. tt. M-r*b I Mim|.f Tomny Htm 

Or»rtn r»>.„„„...„ . Orcbfi tru. 

hpill.l. <D.fAr.».T101IO LUIltt. 

La Maja di aiviglia I 

LA M ».M HMK. THKRSSB 

l>no U -Hlo.... ...Kd. Moduio* 

1L TOHB.ADOR MQNB. bUUMlOJP 

I'fnl'O TBK DiUKT,,,. 

Th* oclibrt'^d Mtlrn-riB b, Mcdm. I uttoH, Mont, Sobmldt 
'■ad Ladlotor I bo Ba. let. T*b mo ood K.oali>. 

Mtdli-y Overtora OrobMwrk 

To eoaolodo witb tbo BorUiqa* Speotaoleof 

A-Lad-In-The-Lamp ! 

A l.t '. in Lb* t.&mp tod Light Bottnom Jeoala J«ba.on 

Abadaotutr. alto la tb- l.niiti aod Hnary Bnatoaas.. U. O. Mtrab 

Emuaror — of Ubina ijoanaa and Ban ....Obaa. Varoar 

I'ampboce ,- A. Kta) (imio* 

Karrac, a dnmh wilar MoDtigoa 

G<? niut of the K i n < Cbapman 

■ "rlock.Oenlaeof Air Will '*atk 

Kiiatn A'Ack Malt K«!l* 

Vizi or. a Vulooar? Ton my Urao 

Ooarrfs, Oitum, Damooi. ato. 

Prlooais. asaraot lb I nu in tb* Obloa liaa Miooia Fillmora 

Ubltif Muatapba, widow, relic, mutber.eto J. II. I a'klo 

Mnroo, oboT) of tba Priooaaa ... Joaaphtoa 

JxepbiDB Zaidae. Carrie A rmaironjt 

Amor Oermtia 

Maroo Joaia Majflald 

Otnii, Fairies, Daooers, eto. 



J> OLP 

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al9w«T 

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itilajfTll 



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4 I Second Street. | 40 

SWAINS BAKERY, 

' .l*l>ll«ncMl In »B6. 

WE HAVE HO BRANCHED, 

Bfaap. f. I.. I4B ravrih ftrtft, Aod At 
Bf. IfflH SlofkloaftUfft. 

TB1B BEAT UIALIIV OP 

"Woc3.ca.ljag; CJalaco 

Al.-.VAVS OK HJSD. 

bvkoX* T*.»MBTY or 

Cake lor the Holidays. 

I OB CREAM. L-HARLOnV BU81S. BI.ANO- 
MANOr, JiLLltS, f»., oAdt loOtd.rtDd 
•I uuMtutHm. 
«.»ll»l «. 1. .MAIV * Bl 



HAIR. 

IBB CnBAMST PLAOB Of SAN VR ANOISOO 
TO BUT 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Coodi, Cheap and Fine 
JewfUry A Fancy Goods, 

IS AT TOM 

NEW YORK STORE. 

A. B. BAMPaO- Si OO., 

Nu. 1 lO *>e..nd, aitroefc, 
maB) *m a¥8t#s>a)s> Mlaaaoi maidl A« li .ua). 

Attention, Good Livers! 

JLCH. P. BEROK8. VOBHKBLT 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING. 

THE UvDFR-IOVki* WOULD MOST BEL 
apa^tfiillf repraaeot. to too and t~e public geo 
•my, tbat a* la DOtJ pr* pared to fun lab faoU 
)»••* for uMbi'inn ol every kind and abaraour, 
■r&itib sKotald de*er*e tbe p*trooac* of tba pob- 
lie. be baa rr-cmi »' Cb-jnue. Wjomlor. A 
LaRGF. AND C jMMODIl»U-> UALL, mtticoui 
Ho«i *ri ai d Mate Tro Hall I* woll ToatiLaUd 
and lish'ed, and mad» com (or ah a for all aeaioos 
of ib« int. TH8 BEST OF MUSIC, both fttriog 
aad B'sas, <an l.e forni'bed at all ttmca. 

f>a t(il«C'i'T arra-iKoraxn 1 * wilt *•* made Wllb 
TIIKATHIOAL ORIHHF.R 'OmPaNIKh, eiih- 
^r f"r Ken tins; of Hall or porformaooes od a per- 
oenUtc of tbe receipts. Crrtspoodencn rolioktad 

Addraea J. McDaNIEI . 

Lock Bo* No, 1. Chcjenoe, Wiomiog. 

W |S -Oorinaitias w»otod for tb« OhsyonDe 
MoaaBoj. Those wi»htoaT «fn?««enienW, Slato ..,«- 
eat tirni for ibe WlnUrS*woo. a*noln» photo- 
graph to ray address. H»l( Fuaage Money re- 
foodod altor fllUog ensaaosnaoti, _»___ 
JAMhB wcDANIEL. 
Proprietor Obejenne ibeatra and Maaeura, 
ooJ'i )m Lock Box No. 1, Obeteone, W. T. 



CHEYENNEJTHEATRE. 
ProfeBsionals Wanted. 



SIX rirl^T-CTLASS PK0PLK.-MU8T HAVE 
good Wardrobe, Foor Lsdie* and two Gea- 
tlentac to bo good In general bn«ia«'s t if lb* OOin- 
ing Winter M'o-oo, comnionoio-' tba Srst week In 
No»omb«r, 1871 Addra-e »Utlag lovtost terms, 
witb Pbotograpo. Half Far* reiunded alter fill- 
Ux. ...... .»t JiMK8 MoDAmBL , 

Propriotor Cheyenne Thostre aod Muaeara, 
oo-i'i Look Box 1, Cheyenne, W.T. 



THE LITTLE WHITE STORE. 

OUH 8PECIALTT, 

MECHANICS' TOOLS. 

The Best Quality, Cheap! 



A.DB4YEUH, who has haoo < nc,r»e>«d wHJi tbe 
■ Iras foriMre. iTprovsLriaota hava bteo raade la 
aWonmiM depart maate that will rsad«r the ML 
atera' mora popa'ar Ibaa it has «ter been darmg 
8aa IS years of lu prodparlty. Oar Bills of Fare 
embrao* aJI tbfl dr>lio<oio« of ibe seaaoa. Oar 
• U "Good Far*. OoodOookiD,: and Modarau 



P. HCBUP.1 A CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

831 and saa Oommeratal, aod 
VOV Market street. 

Open from S a. ai. iV) in p.m. at»>1 lm*« 



A BAD HABIT 

A GREAT MANV MBHCIUJITS 
huregot late of churKlrg more f.ir 
their Oeedl daring iho lfullduy* ibrni 
at any other time. At the old eland, 
No. S .Second Street, won Will i.livaye 
And ut anlforn ,-rlcra » larae uaeort- 
tateBt of Shirts, Fitrnlahlnu; Goods and 
T.Jlet Articles ut lnwe-t r*te». 'I hat's 
the pluco to set sensible Holiday Pres- 
ents, 

BEN EDICT A Co., 

No. a Second slrrrt. 



TBS SAB? FRANCISCO 

BILL POS INQ COMPANY 

E—A Baaeraaaeato et,, cor. Leldesdorffr. 

tBA.m«. ?jSL M.g.K.i., 

")« AUB BBS UB. OIVJB US A TRIAL: 

' ff. Will .sdMVOl US .n\t. VT. WAUt tO ihir* 

Oj.uihi oomlDK w..l<. 

HTABrOM A O0.,Pl«I>'n. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKOINIA C<vr», HVABA 

TBIR XLKOANT THHATRR HAS BEEN BK- 
A d.cor»t*d, Asd mo .. rf nt.d bj tbe nl.bt 01 
Of th. woek. bun .od tr.ielio, oomo.ol.i 
UterAU. Ijwtod with oo .poliction Or l.ttor 
JCBN flFEB, 
MAOf.f r .od .ol. I'ronn.toc 
J. n. HiCAUe, 



.»; 



• ■OJWashlnr'oo eir««t. ^ 



MONS. ILEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

rpHE WBLL-KKOWfl P1ANI8T AND VO- 
X Mliit, IfOpm. H.ir Ooor... for Pl.oo .od 
.Id.Id.o, Ol. .oUr.1. Mow ■o'T nimpl fl.d s.fl.io 
- lb..boM«.t in .Xlft.00.^— refdlDB 0.0.10.1.1.0,. 
AoooDip.oloi,D.i, Blo.10. foi Pa lor orOooc?*t., 
ot Mo. a Wolowakl'. iA.ld.OM, 4*1 BUITKK 
IISIUX iti la 




Rogers' Flated Spoons a<id Forks. T;ible_and Pocket Cutlery. 

Ostoorn "aioti ^k~i©2E«,rL<a.er, 



ISo. 



014 AEarliet street, 

OTTO.ITE SHW MOSTOOMBBY. 



CANDIliIB. 



CEO. HASS & CO. 

A Bit MAK1R0 OREAT PKEPiHATION FOB 

THE HOLIDAY TRADE. 

Tbair a'lorlmsot of goods will oonalat of a bel- 
ter verioty toaa a* aoy prSTloo* bolldsy display- 

WW The ladies and customers In ctiera) are re. 
qaeatsd to osll etrlrand see oar Imcoecee svaort- 
meot of FANCY BOXES and CuRNUuOPJaS, 
0UBI8TMA8 TREE XRlMMl.\Q». etc. 

20 Kearny street. 

•9- Read ay Sobeol 7«>.t>faJ» and, Oooien rfalrs 
snppllsd atwbolaaais prloaa. d«41m 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 

CXXO^ 3EXOTJ(HIJE), 

Summer .fret, off Kearny krlaMfPuie 
And Culiforala. 

TBE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRAN.PL.NTKD oy8TBB8 Mirod In .ny 
tlyle. KveritblD, oool oi iotb. but Buur. 
«•» Tb. Fioeflt Llqaor. .ad Ol.Arf. 
■9-Elr.ont Bnltef of Room, for X.flu31... 
BB-OPEN DAY AND J.IQUT. 

R. J. 1ECBAU A P D. JESSEN, 
mitlm rr.prl.iom. 



GKAND 

Select Bal Masque 

....OF THA.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 

....AT.... 

Horticultural XXrtll 

... OS.... 

TIHIBSBATf r.VF.MXO JAN. XSd 

BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. 

Tickets BS eases* 

a.B*-Snb'.ertpr.ion Ltiti "an ba foord stith— 
O. M Berr*. bbTiff'sOISof, Ulty llall; 
Mr Brandt. -.W "or Wa.bing'on A Montgomery : 
A. Bumtne'fJeld Jr., N.K. oor Folaom A Stanart ; 
W. r;obun. No, t, Bntiery strast; 
J. W'tt. No. 110 I'hlid -'ree'; 
Mr. KaUenetoln, No IB Second Street; 
Md. AbrAmson, No. Hi Cay *treet. tteSO lw 







T^LrVfArr 

\3 ■. L 



><>MCOMt/lt 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL IflUSEUI", 

And 4 olleve of Medicine. 



Pabilo DAY AND NIGdi-.n. KllstSKA HAIJb. 
Bit* Montgomery it rout, 1'UH MEN uNLY. 
star Da. Jobdan'8 PsrVAYr: Office is at. MIX 

Q**ry bmbui .ouiioeite ■ ■ 1 ■ > ^eob»riif:s' ParilionX 



ADOLPHOS STOCKHEIEB. 

....TEAOHEB OF.... 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Balll »od P.rHei .t'eiil.d to. .od Mcle •»' 
nl»b.d. Roitd.oOf , »t»8 Eodf .tro.t. d<M»> 



aToIxxx C^.*xr».I>oeSo»»**> e, 

CLAIe'y .rriv.d trom Sooth AmOfio.-' 

PIANO, CHURBH D8BAII AHO H*R«'" MCM 
TUMER »HD REPAIRt". „._„,, 

mB-Ordor. .d ir....d to tb. Pb.lAd.ll* 1 *,? }i" 
Bosb Btreol, promp If .tt.oae a to - 

NO TB»WAs"atNOroH3TBtKT.'AB0TO 
tb.PIA..).SAOrru.ot.«o. Boou .od Sb0J» 
nud. to ordwlo tb. tat Frt«ob .UlA ™ *T™ 
nAdfn>Ad.Al.u.AnbAaa. sown. 



THB JOtTBNAX OF AMTSBMENTB. 



Published every Day Id the Year by 
J I*. 23 O O- -A.-R 33 "O" s 

ax 

•aSMcrcbant and Stt* W«*M»*t*» ■*■ 

Below Montgomery, Ben Francisco. 



FBIDAY JANPABY. 3, 18.3 

A Nean Little Paper. 

The Post in a very small* very mean little 
ptper, with notbiog p-rt'calar in it. Or 
lato it his been aoiiog as a sort of tendor to 
the Waverly Plice Gazette. Tois shoet hav- 
ing alta:ked tbe Allambra Theatre and eaid 
tuo dresi circle wan unsafe, tha small Post 
yelped feebly to tbe same effect. Tbe W. P. 
G. having changed its mode of attack and 
said tb.it the audiences at the Alhambra 
Theatre are not reepeotablo, tbe Post tf yeu- 
terday cornea out to the same effect, and 
reiterates tin playrrf-iut yarn about tUo 
dresB circle. The Post siye "hoodloms 
hive free accaes to all part] of tbe bouse." 
If the editor of the Post really believes this 
he had better try to gain free access to any 
part of tbe bonis, and he will find out his 
mistake. Wo are pnzzled to find cut whit 
the Pest i. published for. It is of no uue.to 
read. Is it tine tbat the same people who 
kesp the W. P. G. going support the Post 
to praise it op? It looks like it. A paper 
which bas t j support the Chronicle in slan- 
dering a place of amusement which doss 
■ot adveiitise in it has sank very low. 
We oould far better have spared tbe Post 
than tbe Republican, if an evening paper 
had to die with the old year. 



A Soporific Work, 

A recent novel bears the title "Not Like 
Any Other." Tbe novel is unlikeaoy other. 
It opeDS at fie end of tha story and clcs:s 
witJi the beginning. It has no heroine, and 
the hero turns out to be a woman. It is a first 
rate a'ory to taka to bed with you when you 
are sleepless. It beats opium all to pieces in 
inducing downy s'umbcr. It ought to be 
introduced into all hospitil?. 



Cause Sufficient. 

A pretty gitl of Chicago recently got mar- 
ried. The day following she returned to 
her father's bouse. When he inquired what 
tlj 5 matttr was be was informed tbat Frank's 
hair didn't curl naturally but lint the cnrJs 
were tbo work of the barber. She had ap- 
plied for a divorce. U li don b telly alio will 
get it, for Frank was guilty of most ctuel 
deception. 

A Biff Plum Pudding. 

Manning, the Charter Oak oyster dealer, 
corner Third' and Howard streets, has a 
plum pudding in his window weighing 46 
pounds. It will take Manning some time to 
4 it (lut pudding; 

The Illustrated Press (S. F. ) 

Mo. 1, January, 1873. Sold by subssrlptlon — 
$1 60 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
number*, 15 cents. Addraas Murray, Dewey & 
-Co., S. F. O 



Olaibvotakt.— Madame oiam Antonla, the 

Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium. 
.has removed to 323 Kearny at. Consultations In 
Cn&llsh, Frenoli and German. x 



Altogctlur the Best. 

It Is curious, but true, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, ebonld sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper thnn any other 
dealer in this city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. y. 

Holiday Presents for Gentlemen. 

The finest stales of Gent's Smoking Jackets, 
Merino Gowns, Traveling Valise?, and the best 
assortment of Gentlemen's Fine Furnishing 
Goods, In the oily can be found at Bllbertteln's 
Wit Kearny street, second door noita of Cali- 
fornia, where ran be found 1,0C0 articles suit- 
able for geiitlemen's Holiday presents. bo jg 

Oyster *Trn.a©. 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corvillc, of the 
Beadle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
hta own oyster beds at Ban Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parte of the Pacific Coast. Bis 
■astern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
h as extended all over tha continent, and * be 
■ Saddle Book" is known everywhere. 

The Best Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot Pins, for all bilious complaints. 
4. 11. Gates and Co., corner Bansome and Com- 
■aarcial streets, ttole agent*. * 

What Oheer Launary 
Is the best latndry in San Franolsoo . * 

• 

'Holiday Candles, 

A fine variety of Cbfistmas Candiop, Clear 
and Fancy Toys, Hornets end Fancy Candy 
Boxes, e'c. A'so, Otirl'tmaa Tree Trlmmiugp, 
•to, at J. Vogele? It Bro*.. 126 K'arny and 46 
Second street. Fair* and Festival* supplied at 
-wholes* re prices. * 

It la Portootly Astonish in jr 

How beautifully and qulokly they do washing 
«t she What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
uefore 8 ajw. returned the same evening if 

shred. 



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LETTER FROM CHICAGO. 

[moat ocn own c obb bbfosdihi.] 
Chicago, Dcc^mLer 23, 1872. 
Deah Fioabo:— The hcl.day wetka are 
upon m, and mansgen look more ct-c.rfui. 
At the different houses unusual attiactions 
ars announced. At 

m'vxgkeb's tbeatbe 
Miss Jane Coombs bts just concluded a very 
successful oDgigement, nxaUe lor the ele- 
gant manner in wbioh the picas were pro- 
duced. Miss Charlotte Cuibmao begiasan 
engagement this evening as Ate^; Mtrnlea in 
"Goy Manneriog." 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

A most succe sful *easmtf two weeks was 
elded last evening by ihe Ljdia Thompson 
Ironpe. Ihey hive given borle«-qu9 as we 
never before had it in Chicago, aad pith a 
esrelul exclusion <f all offeobive coarsenets. 
On the 20th Mifs ahompt-ou rcoived a ben- 
efit, producing "Lurllne" for the first time 
here, to a packed hoose. l l bib we. 
seneational play entitled "Our Mother," 
wit on by.C. H. Fleming of Baltimore, with 
exprcea reference to the Introduction cf the 
specialties of the Carrjll Family, will be 
produced. Bobeit Mo Wade is soon ta appear 
in "Rip Van Winkle." 

AIKEN 'S THEATRE. 

The extreme cold of the past few nigbte 
having kept away many who had intended 
to see "Julhn Crosar," this play is an- 
nounced for four nights more. "Boeedale" 
will be presented on Friday eveniDg for tbe 
benefit of Law/eace Barrett. 

hoolet's opera house. 

"The Laucasbire Lass" will be preeentsd 
this week, with .*. W. Blasdell a* Bobcrt 
Bed line— his original character— and John 
Dillon as the Party by the name of Johcson 
— a'ao his original ouaracter. A new com- 
edy is underlined for the next attraction. 

MYEn'S OPERA BOUSE. 

The bill for Iho holiday wtek, in addition 
to the ordinary firtH p3rt and interlude, em- 
braced specialties by Cotton, Eemball and 
Bice, Mackin and Wi'Bjn, Arlington in his 
celebrated discourse on "Woman Suffrage," 

The Midnight AtSiult," and "A Trip to 

tha Moon." 

nixon's amphttbeatbe. 

The great Scouts cf the Prairie have been 
doing an immense business during the past 
week. Tbe play of tbe occasion was tbe 
"Soouti of the Prairie," in which the real 
heroes themselves appeared: Buffalo Bill, 
Texas Jack, Ned Buutline, and Morlaoohi, 
who has been specially engaged to play the 
character of Deer Eye. Senora Eloa Car- 
fano, the accomplished tragedienne, as Ha- 
zel Eye. 

'globe theatbe. 

B. L. Marsh, treasunr of this theatre, 
takes a farewell benefit tbia evening and his 
host of friends are getting ready to make 
the affair a bumper. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Tbe West Side Optra House has gone un- 
der for want of patronage, and we bear that 
they are trying to get another company. 

The Cbioago Bill Pos'e b AasBociatiou 
will hold a grand ball on Christmas even id g. 

The Buffi I o Bill Combination, consisting 
of Ned Suntline, Buffalo Bill, Teias Jack, 
left town last evening for St. Louis to ap- 
pear one week at Wakefield Op ra Hoose. 

The English Opera Troupe will soon put 
in an appeeranca sometime during January 
at the Academy ef Music. WILL. 



A Happy New Tear. 

What a plemura it is to meet a smiling cotinte- 
nanoe, whether lb bs on tbe street or id the par- 
lor. Al d why ii it that eome faoes wear a contin- 
ually happy look? It is simply because they live on 
a plain, nutritions and Bubatan ial diet. Tbat mm 
la a pnblio benafaotor who will conscientiously 
eerre nt witb a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Wm. Meyers, proprietor ot tbe "Wbite 
Houst," Kearny street, also of tbe Capitol Bes- 
tanrant. Foortn street, does it. as bondredn can 
eDtbueicstioally tcetiry. His k tehee* are marvels 
of on!- r and cleanliness. Try bim, and you will 
find it Impossible to eat elsewbere. 



Watorie« and. Jewelry, 
Very low, at B. A. Callander's, 63 Second 

street, corner of If ImIotj. 

a — 

" Hollle, darling, don't vou want to buy & 

doll 1 Take your money to Hobbert, 165 Third 

street. He will suit you." d 

St Ton want 

Tour Blankets and Flannel ■ well wished, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Oheer Laun 
«rj. j x 

TCtio 13e»t Place to 

Dry Groodf noy Goods, 5ovelUes, or Mo- 
tions for the _ .11 JfcTp, la at /ones and "Wilkin- 
•eon's, soa Third atreat, corner Foliom. Their 
esaortments are large. Choice and cheap. Go 
a? d see for yourself. 

For a safe and efflstent ButrnrrEB or tbe 
CoMruxroH, om Dicnt's Faxons cbbhx ns 
laa, d 



Oysters. 
In Btrolllng ronnd the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gaB light, 
Our careless feet, by chance old stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a screen 
Throngh which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While moBsy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er wbioh tbe waters softly fell, 
Hade that window Feem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," aald my friend, "let's go In bare- 
It looks so nice — and try their cheer.". 
"All right," I said, '-I xnnst agree 
Tbat this place suits me to a 'TV" 
Ko sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our Bide a waiter neat 
Hade hlB appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald they had almost any di«h 
Tbat we mignt name. We found It true, 
And caked magmjiccntly, toe; 
All kinds of oyaterr, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every Blyle; jo&t tblnk of that, 
And If your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam (and crabe and terrapins;) 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place ail kinds of game, 
Flan, flesh or fowl wbioh we could name. 
While every dish waa, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladiea, too, have found, twould seem. 
That they hart here the best Ice' cream ; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners. 
To get wnat they call "such nice dinners.'* 
Whoever doubts this let htm rush 
To three hundred thlrtyseven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Facta o Oyster Houae, XSfl Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHABLSfl 0AAKB, Proprietor. 
- — — • 
Bear Quality of I>oa*km. 
Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 

Sheer Laundry i 

afcDewell, Sb*w Card Writer, 
Beady made and made to order, boom 10, 

606 Market stmt. cor. poet and Montgamory. u 

Do You Know 
That with Buttekxcx's Pattomi yon can out 

and make any garment to fit perfectly T Bead 

?oetage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 

k. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 

*■?££?.' ?°- "i Kw " **»••• between Butter 
and Post. Ban Franoieoo. • 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



21 ST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



aN"I3"W tear. 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE BOHANCE AND BEAUTY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 



BT -IVH.IS.IE COLLINS. 



Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By •■Puilgern," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Cbarlei Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



By Olive Harper, la 

The Golden Era 



TOM -A.. B:.A.1K7'^'S 

FeolUetoa, In 

The Golden Era. 



ORIGINAL 8TOBIE8, POEMS AKD 
SEETCHffl, FASHION GOSSIP, 

AWCSEMIHT8, LITEBATCBE 
AND ABT, A\SW£R9 TO COB- 
BESPCM1EXT8, ETC. 



11HE "GOLDRN ERA" 18 THE OLDEST 
Weokly Paper in the State, permanently 
•itabl lined, end more widely circulated at home 
and abroad tbm aor othor oo tbe Paolfio Ooast. 
Is Oa iforoia, the Atl mtio Statei, and thronghoat 
tbe entire field of Ha great and rapidly laoreaaing 
eiroalaUoa. tbe"GJLDK\ ERA" le nniTerBally 
roAarded a> a literary aad family ionrnal ol one- 
qualled bxoellenoe. 



To Advertisers. 



Th, "GOLDEN BBA" 1, • welcome Sundu «,- 
itor ia .Terr Home «nd Booeebold, and as ,D 
AdTertlaiDB m.diom its Advantage malt b, .ppft. 
rent to bulaee, men. 

TO MAIL 6UBS0RIBKE8. 

The Golden Fra, far One Tear. S3 SO ; 
for Six Month., 89 eO. 

Dobiorlptlon, to b. paid lo .drape*. 

The G.ldeo Ks-a and Petereon*. XKidtea' 

Natloaal Mneaxlue, One Tear. 8S. 

•4T-THB OOLDEII ERA and PBTERBOH'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE ..rred tj 

Ouii.i. ia tb. .Itr •< UK oral, par week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA. alalia oopl.a. Tea O.nn. 
Foe aale at all R.w*-«tanda. 

Office of the Croldea Era. 

540 Clay street — San Fraaoisco 



I Tack This to Your Wemory J 



Always Busy! 

Always Ahead ! 

Something New! 



I 



EVERYBODY WONDERS 



n 



....AT THE,... 

ENORMOUS SALES 

....OF.... 

Van Schaack & Co, 

708 to 716 Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE THE PLAZA. 



A GREAT OHANUB TO BOY 

HOLIDAY 

PRESENTS 

European Fancy Goods! 

OF ENDLESS VARIETY, CAREFULLY 
rosnnfa 'ured for oar Trade la PariH , Vienna, 
Berlin and London. 

TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! 

DIRECT IMPORTATION! 



at extra irdioa'ily low prioee. 



Onr Holiday Goods bare all been imported by 
na direct, and wo will retail tntm at wboiefiale 
prioea. 

Tbe Trade supplied. 

Parties baying for laire, charitable institutions 
and Sunday Boaools will be supplied at trade 
print*. 



TOYS 

Of every description, turn 6o- 
Rich silt 



Dolls 

of all otylee 

and a gee. 

Fine Erenoh 

Dolls. 

draesed and 

nndreased. 

Floe wax 

Dolls, 

witb real 

Hair. 

French 

Dolls' 

Heads 

and Bodies. 

Rag Dolls. 

China Dolls. 

Dolls' 

Carnages 

and Bedetsads. 

Daooraied 

China Tea Sets, 

Parlor and 

Bsd'oom 

Furniture. 

in silk and Satin 

Kitcnen 

Forniiere, 

Stoves, 

andBaDgBS, etc 

Mat oh Safes. 

Match Stands. 

Fancy Figures. 

Mot able Heads. 

Fanoy Paper. 

Bon-Bnz Boxes. 

Fanoy Articles 

for Christmas 

Trees. 
Glass Balls. 
Ettl jciors. 

Fine 
Glassware. 
Toilet Bote 

in 
Bohemian 

and Qno 
decorated 
Glab-wara. 
Bohemian 
Vasea . 
Odor Uaeketa. 
Lata Wan. 



and Obina 

Stands. 

Bieqne Figures. 

Parian Busts, 

all eises. 

Byren, tSoott, 

Dickens, etc. 

Card Ii'ceivero, 

Bronze 

Inketandi, 

Smoking Sets. 

Toilet Seta 

of every style. 

Drams 

in all r-iz-ss. 

Wooden Drams 

Brass Drama. 

Balloons. 

Rubber Balls. 

Puzzles, 

Large Horses, 

Real Hair. 

Performing 

Monkeys. 

Orcans, 

Whips, 

Sailboatr, 

Lotto and Solo 

Games, 

Stables, 

Willow Ware, 

Work Baskets 

and Stands, 

Worsted Work, 

Fanoy Boxes, 

Perfumery, 

Toilet Articles. 

Pooketbooks, 

Satchels, 

Carved Walnut 

Goods, 

Brackets, 

Watch Stands, 

Papier Maohe 

Fori folios, 

Morocco 

For if olios. 

Ladies' and 

Goatlomen's 

DressiDg Cases, 

Satchels, 



to $10 each. 
Meoessalres, 
Inlaid 
Writing Desks 

and 
Work Boxei, 
Glove Boxes, 
Handkerchief 
Boxes, 
Cigar Cast* 
and 
Clear Stands, 

Largo 

Woolly Dogs 

and Sbeep, 

Oats and Goats, 

Dressed, 

Eat' 1 09, 

Balloons, 

Ana-els, 

Magio Lanterns, 

Paint Boxes, 

Building Blocks 

Alphabet 

Blocks. 

Santa clans, 

Backgammon 

Boards, 

Noah's Arks. 

Swiss Cottages, 

Harlrquina, 

Fanoy Figures, 

Movable 

Figures, 

Balancing 

leys. 

Express 

Wagona, 

two, f oor and 

six h rses. 

Dog Carts, 

Drajs, 

Msobantcal 

Toys, 

Boy and Girl, 

Walte ng, 

Raoers, 

Walktog Girl, 

Horse and 

Wsgon , 
Bine Pins, 

Two.'., 

Shell Boxse, 

Etc., Bto. 



We cordially invite all to call and inspect onr 
Btook. All Goods on exhibition. No one urged to 
tray. Goods all marked in plain figures. 



I GREAT REDUCTION 
X 



In atl our Departments, to nuke room tor onr 
assortment of 

Holiday Goods. 



SPECIAL BARGAINS AT 

Van Schaack fcCo's 

708 to 716 Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE TJT.B ti,aza,| 

ar»-VAIt BOHAAOK A OO. BATS SO 
BBAHOH STORES. 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DIfeOONTINTJE-D THE PRIHTTNO 
Buslneee at the corner of Sacramento and 
LeidasdorS streets, and 

Removed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, info tore, conduct the same lice of bnsta 
at the new location, in connection with the office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he.has united his stock and business, 
thus making thij 

THE IARGE.T AND BEST APPCMTfO OFFICE 
W THE STATfc, 

And affording unsurpassed facilities for PrlnMef, 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
given to 

SHOW, THUTRICU, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

Mr Eogra.erj etand at th. bead of tbe profae- 
oioD. as aar.pl., on the dead-walls ol the city wat 
MMUn 

A call la solicited from my frtenda aad tha pab- 
lioatzapnawqaarleiv. 

II. P. TAYLOR, 

d«41m o US Clay afreet. 



CONSUMPTION pre- 
vented by the timely use 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal- 
sam," the best and most 
speedy remedy in use for 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Bronchitis, Influenza, 
Loss of Voice, Incipient 
Consumption, and all Die- 
eases of the Throat and 
Lungs. Ask for " Hall's 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price SO cents. Sold by 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PBOrRIETOBS, 

Cor. Sansome and Commercial streets. 
noU tf 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE P.LOIFIO BTONB COMPANY CALL 
tbe etveoiai attention ot Arohiteots, Engin- 
eers, and the public in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manufactared 
by them in this city under the Ransoms Patent*. 
They make to order and keep in stook: 
BolldlnK Fronts, Water Pipe, 

SlLitta, Monument*, Fonntulna, 

Tiles, Coplos* for "VTalra, 

Filters, etc, etc.. 

Together with Ransome's oelebrated Free-Grit 

GriLd stones, all of which we guarantee superior, 

and at a price far below that of hand-cut work. 

ffafrThe attention of private parties intending te 
build is respectfully solicited. 
Office. No. lO BUSH STREET, San Francisco. 



» MANUFACTURER 

— alTD— 
BEFAIRSB 



THOMAS W. BREE, 
J9XXj-\7"X3X«. FIjATBR 

@J) DRUMS, BANJOS. 

^C»* r — AND— 

olJUJEH MUSIC AL IBfSrTjttTJME»JT«, 

ESTABLISHED IN 180S. 

aer-Leosons given on the Banjo and Drum. f#J 
MISSION STREET, bet-ween First and BooontL 



N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pre- 

-'- - ■— i- -■' i»|a fj 



essionals always on hand. 



■WARI 



Dealared Aenlnat the Whole VForld aueel 
the Heat of Mankind. 



PATENT EAGLE BLAOK ING -WARRAirfw. 
*d superior to any in tbe market. Mauttfao- 
tursd by MOORIJ A CO, No. iflO Leldesdorff 
etr-et, S.F. Dirt^oilortifor U-e: When found too 
thick add a Iitt4e water. Keen tbe bottle weB 
OLrkod. Sold by all Grocerp, .JrvRgist.", etc d2I 



.1 



PhMadelphla^Restaurant- 

OHAS. V. BKRGOLD. PROPHIETOa 



rPHK OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
-1 and rnoet popular RerHatirant iu 
San Franoinco. Ths Tables are sup- 



plied witin tbo bent in market. Board 



m 



I GEORGE MATES 1 ; 



andall kindtof SHELL e'ISH. . 
Stalls Nos. 40, Al, «B, California 4 
Market, snLranoe on Oahfors:a street 

Public or private parties add families supplied 
from 8 a.M. to 12 p. w. Ladles' and Gentlemen^ 
Ors**r Boon* ot>*>" from C *,w t«> v; •> v rl*T?l* 






i 



DR. W, A. PAYNE.) 

THIS CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN HAS BS- 
moved his offloe from tbe Bus* Home to hie 
Elegant Suite ot Room*. No. 4,-0 Kearny street 
He tens jour dissase witrtoiita qaeaiion. Do not 
fail te call. All uhronio Diseases trsaisd suocese- 
fully. del9 lm 



Bar Sugar 

T^OB SALE — «1B KPAENY STSEET. AT 
MEUOBR'S. Alio, every kind of Cand.ee 
Whrleeala and Retail. 
noftf M. A, IMKBCEK, 



Indian Queen Range. 

Tlie Best in the Market 

. MAHUFAOTOEKD BT 

CALBO M. »I(1KLIK. 
Mtl tl A** au ««• sun 



f. 



MULLERS 



Open Classes 




• I RfCi VtD 



;:v 



ui tm»cnrn. urtunAT jami \ni i 



WmX. XTl. - ■.. |, 



r Hats! lints! 5 



Pri.-y. Oi 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

i 

Grtitfst Se»it»oi if ffse Seasn! 

The Yellow Hat! 

The Yellow Hat! 



NEW ALHAMBRA TH1ATB1. 



■»»>w»o»*»e»*S»»'» 1 



^M^VN^M^ 



■"•••4SSS 



1 111. !•«»!• I 1 A It 



EMERSON MINSTRELS 



Fifteen Thousand Person*. 

The Yellow Hat 

W wto fa I Trar «f •rtnillonv 
laffstflcsat rWaerj, 

Battalion or Alnaioaft, 

Ilrilliant Armor. 
Wonderful Colored Lights, 

SUrtllnc Jlerhanlral 1 
SosrTb Variety Entertainment, 

Fndleii Trlrki and Novelties 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

T»* whale tmrmtmc a 0»WmUm of AtireeUeae 

•ere* •tealled i« u> Tt«*'r«. 

See It! See It! 



Thre 










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Lia.ollclo.tocl. 


UTOUAT 


AWD 1CBDAT 

■a.xstx> an.*. 


EVEHIROI 








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.v MM 


.TiNrn. 



I'nrt Flml i: l i!..rliilnm..nt » 



il..n. 



01 im Ann wnnun 

• inki n . 

w r saakr 

m> SAIAT Mil I l IUIH«ii\ 
J U. BUUHLL 



ea- ■•■ <>*•• OM. ff»» til. u I n . «orro B , nr 
tart, tea a. liinil SIX DAT* XT ADVA'CR 

•• r j»i n mt no raca uat. Ton. .in t>. •• ■■»». 
•m to iaii r»l.. 



I 1 Ct II ■' I" t \1 < 



1 .1 1 r ITITI 








Jennie 


Worrell and 


Putt 1 


seoonil <)ll.». 


Li 1 lie 


Hall 


in their Souks and Darin's! 


FHILE, 


THIRD ICT OF ERNANI 


J. G. 


RUSSELL AND FULL VOCAL CORPS 



TUB OltXAT 

tL.^ST 3ET nx 3B IFt. JS O IV 

III Ilia, Allium r>« h|n'i'lnlllrs. 



Teutonic Eccentricities... Baker and Farron 

OVERTURE ORCHESTRA 

To oonclad. with Add Bjmin'l Sketch rntlrhd 



rnwrrx 

OIL A>ATitr\lA.. 
MftADT.... 



BII.I.Tf rVRR^OK I nHARt.ES SQUKEZK°'KRRY ADD RVMAIf 

M AINKI.8T hOOTT MR. 'QIRrXr.Fr.KHY J -fOrtl * S' -N 

UIIaKLK.H bUrTON IOuOUuV... t»AU KIUK...Y 



MONDAY EVENING. January 20th— Fir.t Appearaoco of 

JOHNNY ALLEN. MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 



SI ©'» I Pnrqnrlir ... 

SW Kntt | Private Boxes 

9T All Bills against the AHuoota Theatre most do presented hereafter on Monday. 

s7P erf or mine* to commence punctually at eight o'clock. 



B 'XL «I1U ' 

SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



J rnnmtno 

■ 

•ATimOAT aa.< SUNDAY LVENINUS 

noon »x «r> ii x inj m o x>x. 
Mortimer, Parku, Dixon Thompaoat 
I0RBTIH PB04JHAMMK T0-N1UHT 

mm. 

>.<■ 1«S 



85 



Five Minutes with Mortimer. 



Ami* i.i.i. 

I r*w)M •« ... fwri 

Nt.Maa, rilm. 



Kai, fell 
■ Ih 11..*. 



HARD CHEEK. 
• .4 . 



Mr. Hugh Bublnson in His Changea! 

n—« .■.•ntodtoii... liii. u,i.„i n 

■■•a* i... .ma 

Dear M.U.r. Tn OoaK. IT... Mm I.a r"nrr».l 

«!■■« Waller Park. 

BAD WHIIKT. 

"*••.■ HMb rlor.lo.»a 

Al.fjAa. Oh.rl*, ThoaiMOo I Pollo.B.n ...U. B. Kmibo* 

Oe.rt.ro OrehMtIA 



Old Maid. 

Al.'i I »»..! 

Unllad 

Hoflit Trap Boj.. 



..Park, a.d Dli*. 
HImII.iAi 

u. .in. I.,, r.rt.a 

....MlM L.lvlo S otoa 



MYSTERIOUS LODGING HOUSE 

Fr.ok Mortlra.r W.lur Park*.. Loo Dli 



Orortur. Oioba.tr. 



Hon. 

Comle Mo.. . 



Katr Zot 

.H*nle uiewt. 



Ten ptrfjrm.nc. will ctiDOIud. aith'iiOB . Jl 

A MANAGER'S TROUBLES 

Obfttaeton fcr aas Oonpur .<fSl 

ADHIWION tM caarra 

PrlTAU Boim SI. f ;.» and SX IUi«rv«d imU M e*ol> OS 

PRIVATE ENTRANCE TO B JXES. 
Doors oaea afe 7. Uommioo* at 8 proolaetr 



TNI MODEL I.ODQMO HOC1KS. 

C*r. nr<'fiMtifrrlal 
I.ir^fAkdors' e*e. 

OLYMPIC HOUSE.^-Jirr';.-: 

■ajMlsa K M.^TviS A OOTRIfLU 



PACIFIC HOUSE/* 




WW -TIlYsTilY- ll'¥ 



Onr OUur»t*d f. %) wtitt« Hbiru, Thsj 1 1 PRuriwn.T. sad forqaalttr »ad darkbltirj win ufir "" muobsd. to bs bid oolr a» the 

Bta-OAI.L AKD 8BK THFM. EXJL. At'rn<»< »rimB. <11(1 Kn.rn- «tre»t. 



FERNANDEZ S AGUIRRE. 



FASH10NABi>K IlATTrCRS. . 
PCt.Hr MRKKr, rjH»r K«»rL,. 

M4ortmentof tt*t« an<| Oau- OoasUotlt 

hfind, sEgr HAti m«d« to ordar sad reoovs'wd in 
tti* nesuat stile. oolilm 



Ho. 1 1«s fM 

uy. A 6an Ljr 
asUotlf 0D«e-^ a a\> 



A PERFECT RUSH 

KEPT TJP 

Day ctrx€L Night, 

AT THE (illKAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

• ia IliaiT HTBKF.T. 



A WONDERFUL BUSINESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE' IN AMERICA 

la mot •■Vrlas; grrntfr BararalDS thao *>«▼« 

•tor brm nVcrrd la Saa Fraatliro. 

With air eaasaetloa la 

"New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

■VaSB OThleh we are dully rrrrlvios Goods 

baanltt at the lavrest Cast. Prlcea 

I1W OUR.KBNOY. 

OUR H H ru 18 TO 

X L and Undersell All 



TOHIST ROBL'S, 



1 .r,Sv^H£^>(«^<^wfc^!>4Vfl , 

; /in JiiiH,i-ii-:TT ' ! SP iiu it-/. ii i\ 


afj 


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W^^OTt^v 


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fill 


"■ A^itA>fvi«Ti^TTm 




IBl^^^H^ 


Mffi 


M^K^I 


gfijpj '!; ; ! 



JUST RECEIVED, 

l.Ata fain Ca.tlaiero PanU, worth »0 OO. to bo 

Mild at .8 •*>. 
••• 111. Wklla Aklrt.. worth SI AO. I* bo .aid 

at IS ..at.. 
AS I MU M SletlTT Wador.;atkla», «Oe to SI SO. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

STMaA Sa*. to SI" SS, .old olMwk.ra f row St to tt. 
ALSO. AH lUMIHSI STOCK Of 

■otiohs. mm eoiio*, nauin ctjt- 

LIIT. PIPAS. III.OTU, lOBAOCO. 

wiTciii. nv-HBCK aaass. 

HOUIEBT. SSI 

■*A?x-»x«xlcs», T3it (a , -vr&llAseAB, 

AMD 1 5 PAOT. STCB.TTHIHO. 

From a Neodln to an Anchor 

OAllaod AStoii.. ear pnoli. ltd i.tlslf vOan.lvM tb.t 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

18 THE ORBAT 

XX Li Auction Stove. 

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BAltJBDAV JANUARY 4. 



1873 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

California Treatee.- There will be a 

Brand "Aladdin" matinee to-day when the Cali- 
fornia Tb*air* will be crowded with ladies and 
child reu. Tb la pieoe pretest* so many et'racti job 
that ii will be Ijck before the public tire of t 
The beautiful scenery, tb* well-trained ballet' 
*oder 'i r«utioa of l&'Uee Bait* an 1 licit/ EeI: 
(he potforman;tB of M. Oaroo and children, tad 
otber feataroa make np a vry atlrao l*o enter- 
tainment. Next w*tk •till more attraction* will 
baadd*d lo tola place. Tboie wbe bave uot yet 
eeen itcnuet cot delay loo lone as it man be with- 
drawn tnoriiy to make way for John T. Ray- 
mond, who la on his way here aa maybe *oen by 
reierrrng to onr Pac-ti. Coast a a Binary. 

Auhahbra Theatre. — A capital pro- 
gramme ha* delighted the patrons of this home 
•»f-fj oieaioe daring the weak. It comprise* a 
fine first part, ending with "The Old Kentucky 
Horn*, "in wblcb Billy Emenon appearB aa Uncle 
SUv*;bd interlodeinwbiob among otber fcatar* 6, 
may be mentioned MI»b Jennie Worrell ard Lillie 
Hall inaprlgbtiy e«->giand daocia: the finale to 
the the third act of "Kroaoi." by J. G. Ruaserland 
Tocal corpi; Billr Emeraon in hi* specialist; 
Baker and Karroo In Tentonio Eccentricities; 
Bob Hart in "Heavy Fall," and a liv.ly afterpiece 
entitled "Pomiej's P*tltnte." in wblch Billy Em- 
eraon. Add Rjtf an.'Charl a Sutton, Sam Rickej 
and other* appear. Tble bill will belperformed In 
foil at the matinee le-dar, this evening and to- 
morrow evening. On Monday tbtru will he aa en 
tire change of performance. 

Metropolitan Theatbe. — "The Ytllow 

Hat" is Id the foil tide ef success et this house 
and bids fair to draw large audiences for come 
time ( i come. The fame of the magoiBoect trans- 
formation eceee; tbW march of the Amazons in 
allver armor, aod the oilier attractions has spread 
far and wide, and everyone will go to the Metro- 
politan bolt- re tbta pisoe is withdrawn. 'The Yel- 
low Bat" will be presented a s the matinee to-day, 
to-nlgbt, to morrow nigbt, and ontil farther no- 
tice. 

Bella Union Theatre, — A great Satur- 
day nigbt bill has been prepared at this house- 
and will doab loss draw an Immense boose. After 
a brilliant fir: t part an interlude will be givinr 

which Mies Jennie Jobnsoo will appear in com- 
ic BODgi; Miss Mfooi* Fillmore in ballads; the 
Beobada Family in Spani-b rninetrelsy : J. H. Lar- 
kin, Johnny Tners and Tommy iBicb in "Olympic 
Lodging*:" CogiM and Cooper aa "Sons of Nlcode- 
mnr. ' Charles Verner m eomio ske'ehte; J. H, 
Lvkio. Oarrie Armstrong and other* in "Ged 
Owet," and Mm?. Thermae, Moos. Schmidt and 
corps de billot, in ** The Bride of Asnieres,", iotro- 
dacing La Jardio Marbille and the Oan-oas -Qaad 
rilla. 

Atheneum.— Firat part, interlude and af- 
terpisoe to-night, will all be new and all bright and 
lively. Frank Mortimer will appear , in character 
aketob.ee: Katy Zoel in sentimental ballads; Maz- 
gie Brewer in fancy daicei ; LyJia Lfvlngatooe in 
oomio songs; Hogb Robinson in changes; Miss 
Olaade in character songs; Waller Parks, Lon 
Dlzon and oibera in amnsiogaots. acd the entire 
company io the extrvvagaaak of "A Manager's 
Trouble b," 

Pacific Hall.-— The caiicert for the bea 

eHfe of Mis* Anna Alx-r, which came off at this 
hall last nigbt, was well attehded. The pro- 
gramme was ah excellent one and was well carried 
oat. The Schnbert Recital wss very good aad its 
novelty was pleas'ng to the audience. Mica Anna 
El/.er, Slguor Baccoi, Herr Moller, Madame Inez 
Fabbri, and all taking part in tb* programme ac- 
qui Uid themselves wtll, and altogether the oan- 
eert was qoite a e access. 

A Grand Concert et A. Hartdegen. — 

Adolph Uartdegeo, the famons violincelhet, nil) 
give o concert at Paoiflo Hatl on the 16;h. He will 
be assisted by Madame Inrz Fabbri, Miss Anna 
Blzer' Herr. Mailer, Prof. Mai Jer Fabbri, Richard 
Locbeasi (his firstappearaooe in San Francisco), 
SignOr Ferrer, Fmil Gramme end others Mr* 
Hartdegan'n ttaleot is tnlly appreciated by iho 
Baa Franauoo poblia and we have no doubt hie 
concert will draw a large audience. 

The Evans' Benlfit.— The net proceeds 

ol the benefit to the family of the late CM. Evans, at 
the California Theatre, amounted to three 
hundred and sixty- eoren dollars, which was 
banded to Mrs, Evan* cd Wedcesday, Tee 
weather being bid tae hoaea was not as large as it 
wonld have been nuder other ciroamstanoes, and 
Manager McOnllongb, taking this ioto conside- 
ration reduced the rant of thehonse $J50. 

An Opera Season Contemplated. — We 

have before stated that negotiations wore io pro- 
gress looking to a combination of the Fabbri Op- 
era Troupe w.th Mme. Agatha States, big. Bacoei 
and otber artist**, for tbe purpose of giving a 
season of Italian opera. The idea now Is to lake 
Magaire's Opera Hon**, which a'l regret to see 
remain so loog doted, and there give tb* pro- 
posed season with i ha brilliant combination above 
mentioned. A meeting will bs held to-night by 
the parties interested, and on Monday wo shall 
probably be able te state aomothiog definite. 

Auoostln Dalt — The telegraph bring* 
na news that Aognann Daly has leased tbe Globe 
Theatre of E. T. Siewa.it. who place* tba rent at a 
nominal hutd. Mr. Stewart was not so liberal to 
Kelly and Leon, whsn they were boroed out and 
wanted hi* house for one night; he wonld not let 
them hate I' on any term*. The Fifth Avenue 
Theatre company nil be transferred to the Globe 
which wi.lbe opened shortly, Daly "a loss is placed 
at ».0J WO. 

Woodward's Gardens— The tjet»1 enter- 

talnmontwill bs given at these beautiful ground* 
to-morrow afWrooon. Prof. Samwella and his 
educated animals, gais blowing, M'l'o Ssnyeab, 
eto, within the Pavilion, and a tbouaaud ioteraat- 
inft attractions outaido of it. 

Bal Masque — The Oriental Literary and 

Social OlobWiH give agrand bal masque at Horti- 
cultural Ball on the 2Jd. Tickets can be procured 
by auLi .clpiioa only from a relect committee, 
whess name* appear in an advertisement in 
another comma. 

The City. Ga^ -ens— Balloon Ascension. 

— To-merrowthei ulbsa ballooaajcensionby A 
Buialay and a lady, and a grand concert and balL 

Anatomical Mc&rnM.— One ol the moat 
■omi-iet* collections of tbe kind io the United 
StaUit, comprising hundreds of ooitly and bean- 
alfnl wrx models, i. Uily on view (to gentlemen 
only} at *-he Massam oa Montgomery street. An 
koax may be profitably spent here. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Sin New York, "Leo aad Lotos" wa* still drawing I 

orowds to Mblo's At the O y eplo Theatre, 

the Attre* Opera Booff* Troupe produced Onarlta 
Leccq's latest optra. "Lea Oent Vicrger," oo the 
23d nit., thl* being Has first reprrseotalion lo 
America. The plot i* a* follows: A number of 
Eoglisb coloniatr, aettlad in an Imaginary part of 
the globe called tbe Greeo Isle, tetition their gov- 
ernment for an involue of »ive*. The government 
•end* one hondred maidens iosniwer to their r»_ 
quest. The precious cargo anlockily doe* not 
reach the iMaod.aod In doeeonne of time a sre- 
ond petitlooia received. While a fr*sb apportion - 
moot of ladles i» being gathered by (tbe authori- 
ties of Loodon. G*brielle,!wbo has just become tbe 
w.fo of Aoatole. and Eglantine tb© wife of Poular- 
dot.aqnartet of traveler* appear, and imagining 
th»t the motley crowd aorronnding thsm lnt*od to 
vial' a *hip in the harbor, aro led aboard tbe veeie 1 , 
ardcarr'ed off-io the sbrence of their. hoaband», 
be il*aid-to the G een tale. Their bereaved part- 
pers follow, and oome opon them j«st lo time lo 
learn that to apite of rtm«nstrancB and threat*, 
aponsM a-c oa tbe poitt of bsing re-wedded. 
Aware, however, that tbey wnld bo pat to death 
wore their set discovered, the men assume tbe 
part of femioioit*. and 'ate appealed to bytmema 
of a lottery, asaijjn j them as compaoiocs, "f t bat- 
ter or f>r worse." to Plapsrsoon and Brididtok, 
who are retpeotlvtly the governor and the sscre. 
taryof thelaland. Br a series of laughable inoi. 
deo's. it is soon mad* dear that Plupersono and 
Bndidiob, have bsen deceived, and the unhappy 
msle couple wonld peish. but for tbe cleverness o f 
Gsbrfelle, who gains time by wooing the conceited 
old governor, and so enables a number of dieoon- 
teoted-because wifeless— ooleniits to revolt. Bo- 
fore tho rebellion assumes alarmtog proportions 
tbe play is brought to a merry termination by tb e 
arrival of tbe first, ship load 'of maid-ens and the 
n^oompunjing assurance that the eorely tried 

ilsndera shall eaoh and all bave a mate, while 
tbe audlenoe fs at liberty to Infer that tbe govern, 
or and his faitbfal scribe' will eojoy polygamous 
privilgi s io accordance with their pontioo. At 
the conclusion of the opera bouffj Benson a spec- 
tacular play was to 'ie produced with Leon, the 
Liurl Family and others in specialties. 

Booth's Theatre produced oo tbe 16tb, the 
LH-, ol France," e new five act drama by John 
Brougham udoq the Joan of Aro subject. It waa 
heavy. Tbe language was salient in neither pa- 
thos nor fun, and was very veiboae, Jane of Dem- 
remi, was p'ayed by Helen Temple. The piece 
differs little in plot from the old Joan of Aro pley 
Joan is tbe daugher of a peasant, and tbkki the 
sere spirits, who impel her to sive France from 
Hnglish domination. GLer father angrily spurns 
her enthusiasm, and brr mother mildly coinoide 9 
with him. Her only symyathixer la her couein and 
would-be lover, Pierre Durand, who follows bar 
to the court of Oharlea VII.. where she announces 
her mieeioo. She leads a Frenob army acd is euc- 
y-safol. Upon har return, the king becomes en- 
amored and attempts violence, bat she Is oppor- 
tunely s&ved by Darand, Agnes Corel, mistress 
of the king, jealouB of Josn'a Influence over the 
king, rend*ri her po:itloD dangerour, and she flies 
with Durand to ber Orleani home. Sae is eoieed 
by British soldiers and condemned to be burned* 
Chained toastsk', where faggots are heaped, ;ho 
swoons into an eternal s eep before a Ore is kind- 
led. This mode of death taves the painfully re< 
alittioBceoe detailed by history. T he new feature 
intheoaetwai Mies Helen Temple, who played 
tbe heroine. Her name may eacasionall; be met 
within Southern newspapers of the war period, 
and, for ayoar past she has played brief engage- 
menU with travelling companies, To a profess- 
ional oyc, she oan neither walk, drese, fight com. 
bate, nor per'orm syy detail according to stage 
rcquiremente. The combat in wbloh she encoun- 
tered tbe profiaieut veteran, James W. Wallack, 
aavoredof tbe ridioulous. He was evidently con- 
scious of hte novel prelioament. A pretty ac- 
tress In our neighborhood remarked to her escoit, 
as Wallack lay slaughtered by tbe inspired maid: 
"Lookatjim! Jim'smad! Jim II get drunk to- 
night! Look nt Baogel He's langblng! He's 
holding up that, thing to prevent anyone seeing 
him." The Pierre Darand of Mr. Badge was bold 
graceful -and richly delivered, and the King 
Charles of Mr. Nelson Decker waa well read and 
gracefully given. Mr, Waliack, as Karl Talbot, 
ahowod a toilicg voice. The Agoes Sorel of £ate 
Heatbcote called for no objeotiona' ,Tbe ether 
obaracters of the pieoe were brief, with the excep- 
tion of tbe court jester, by George Beche, whose 
lines were prolix and without a line of humor. 
Becks wai aoaompinied by a wbtteEsqaimauxdog 
wbiob tarnished all the fun of the play. He eat 
on his bind legs when desired, and listened with 
oomio to the solemn adjuratiocs of his master, 
Bioh wiBe eaw would involve an innocen: change 
of GipreE lion, mnoh to tbe general hilarity, and 
as the laughter increased, he would faae the nn- 
dieecs with a fixed gsss of inqairy that was irre- 
Bletibis. Mi)B Helen Temple was followed by J. 
W. Wallack in "Henry Dunbar" and subsequently 
in "Marlboroagb." 

At Wallacke, "Brother Sim,' with Botborn in 

tbe title role, was running well At the Union 

Square Theatre, eld comedies have been revived 

"Money" was presented oi the Tith and 28. h 

Frank Marshall'* new comedy, "False to Shame," 
whiah wi b proaoanced to be equal to some cf Bob- 
eruan'e best efforte. was tanning a-, the Fifth 

Avenue when it was burned en the 1st At the 

Grand Opera Hoate, "Round tbe Clock" wai still 

drawing good houses At Tony Paster's Opera 

House a new pantomime was produced for Christ- 
mas week. It was oal.ed "Hampty Damply in the 

Bowery" Brjaot's Opera House announced a 

new seneatfon entitled "Round the Block" 

The Theatre Oomique produced a pantomimes — 
'■Dm« Dong Bell, Pusey'e in the Well," with Geo. 
H. Adams, Fffgliah tlown, Jobnoy WilJ, Johnny 
Hart, Kitty O'Neil. jig dsnoer, and others.. ....Bob 

Butler has the Abbott Pantomime Troupe at his 

Atheneam.505 Broadw*; Tbe San Francisco 

Minstrels presented no startling novelties. 

At tbe Academy of Music, Philadelphia, will be 
given a grand performance on tbe 4th of January 
io aid of the widow and children *f the late Rob- 
ert Craig, tbe comedian. Tbe following have kind- 
ly volunteered their , services: Mrs. John Drew 
and Arch 8tr*ot Theaire Oompacy; E. L. Haven- 
port and the Chestnut Street Company ; the Wal- 
nut Streut Theatre Company, Col. Wood'* Mu- 
seum company, Frack Morau'a Mics'rele, Sim- 
moos and oloeuin'B Minstrels, Miss Lizzie Price, 
"Little N'H, the California Diamond;" Mesne- 
F. F. Mackay, L. L. Jarres, G. H. Griffith*, Vicirg 
Bowerp, 0, EC. Bishop, Jon E. MaDooongh. Harry 
Msieditb. CI*' de Burrongh and others. 

At the Theatre Oomique, Poebls, in Southern 
Colorado, tbe fresh appearances were Charges 
Vincent, io bis impersonation* of old meo, and 
MiseAmeii'a Dean.dmcer. 

Sni bmithRnssell will join (be Berger Family of 
Bell-iiogen at the St. Charles, New Orleans, Jan- 
uary 6, for two weekp, acd theace continue I>ffl 
rambling monologue entertainments. 

Lillian Adelaide NeiUon, Academy, Brooklyn, 23d 
and 24 ;.b, supported by a detachment from Booth's 
Tbeatre;Scranton, Pa, 2-Hbr Walnut. Philadel- 
phia Jtn. SS. two weeks. WUl probably after- 
ward join Edwin Booth's traveling company. 

Lewis T. Pratt, a veteran manager, died recently 
at Bristol. Penn, aged 75. He was in partuerehip 
with tbe debased FranoisG. WemyBsin tbe Wash- 
ington Theatre and the Holltdaj-street Theatre, 
Baltimore, during 1819 and 1830, aad managed both 
the Obe&tnut aad Waioat in Philadelphia. 



"Samson'' la the title of an original dra»=a by 
Gonrga V. Bewe, to b* pre»*nt*d at Booth's Thea- 
tre, Now York.abortly. Tb* inoideota hinge upon 
the mutual prejudito exiHlog between Jew* aod 
Cbrietlana aa to inurmarrlage. Tbe pioce will l» 
plan d about the tame lime at tbe Theatre Loyal. 
Brighton, England. 

Watts Philllta' new play*. "The Gro.t Date of 
Marlborough." aod "Amos Clark," are io prepara- 
tion at Booth'* Theatre. 

rjrbe Baltimore New* of the 19th *sj». At the 
Holfd»)-*treetTbeatre, Johnny Allen. Little Mac 
and M.es Alice H*rr.*oo, an Inimitable trio, will 
appeal again in tbe Tentonio mtlunne of "Schnei- 
der orderHauaooderBalne." to tbe delight of 
the large audlenoo that nightly attenca upon its 
presentation. 

salne Apt is roioe the Washlnstoo Oomique for 
fff*. as two week's eal»ry The managers and com 
paoy ssy that she appeared only when she pteieed 
and that tbey do not owe her tbe momy. 

Otto Bnrbank and Ja-ses Donglase, Baltimore. 
Opera Horse, Hd- 

YeJdo Jap», LafayotlP, 20th and 21*t. 

Tycoon Japr, uoder Marshall, Sao Antonio, 
Texts. Itlt, one w» ek. 

TonyDenier's Pantomime Troape, Wood's, Ciu- 
Clncali. 'JSJ. 

The New York Mercury eats: " Yankee BobJn- 
bol's Circna was lately burned at San Francisco," 
If this circus wa* burned it did not make much 
of a bloee. Tbe Mercury ib wrong; the cirque sel- 
tled up all its accounts fairly and squarely, and 
dissolved— faded away into thin air. 

Tbe last pcw Yoik Mercury eaya that nobody 
has yet reported that a young wonderful MajUton 
was born lately in this city. Frank is the stern 
parent. FlOAEO reported it a week ago. 

J. N. Tillotscn is one of the fewengsgemenls 
for Feochter's sew theatre. 

F. S. Ohanfrau is on a seven week's tour with 
tbeBiookof the St. Oharlee, New Orleans, through 
Mississippi, thence to Memphis. 

Frank Maro, with Academy, New Orlsane, 
stock c^mpant , Louisville, 23d, one week. 

Tom Thumb and troupe, Trentor, N. J , 23d 
Tom Thumb baB bought the sloop yacht Maggi^ 
B from a Mr. Bishop, and has joined tbe Brooklyn 
Yacht Club. 

The panorama of Paris under tbe days of tbe 
Oommuce, painted by Matt Morgan.and exhibited 
in tbe spectacle of "Leo and Lotos" at Niolo'g 
Garden, is cighily received with lavish spplanee. 
Ibis one of the flaeat pieces of distemper paint- 
ing ever seen. 

Wn, Forepaagb, a gymnast, while petrforming at 
the Theatre Oomiqu?. Dec. Slat, was nearly killed 
by missing his hold of a rope to which he swang 
from tbe trapeze. He was atunned. but it is sup- 
posed that be sau lined no serious internal in- 
juries and will recover, 

Ltlc Nell, tbe California di-.mond. 'appeared at 
the Chestnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, for 
the last time oa the 2lst Inst., ooaaluding ther* a 
successful two week's engagement. 

Jennie Benson and La Petite Maggie Bensrjn, 
child artiste, are at present lufilicg a three week's 
engagement at the Front Street Theatie, Balti- 
more. 

Little Josie and Jamas E. Carton commenoed an 
ecgagemtntat tbe Metropolitan Varieties, Woeh- 
ngton , on December 30th. 



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PACIFIC CDA'.T DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Salt Lake.— Da December 2Gih, J. T. Raymond 
tbe popular comedian, mads his first rppearanoe 
at the theatre aa Major Wellington de Boots in 
"Everyboda's Frietd"and in the faioe cf "Too- 
dles." Oa the following evenlog "Dot." waa pre- 
sented rtitn Mr. Raymond as Caleb Plnmmer, at d 
on Saturday night there was another change of 
bil. The Salt Lake newspapers are loud In their 
praises of Mr. Raymonds acting and he has drawn 
good houses, though the the weather has been 
very severe. 

Red Bloff— The Sentinel of tbe 28th nit b^js; 
Obarles Vivian's troupe, composed of the best 
vocal and instrumental talent that ever greeted 
tbe citiEeuB of Red Bell, gave one of tbeir eniqne 
and soul-iosyiriog performances last eveniog in 
Roley's Hall to a large and appreciative audience. 
From beginning te end tbe Hall responded with 
vociferous plandits. Everything performed waa 
so entirely foreign to what baa uen&lly been pro- 
duced that the n«velty could not help elioitiog 
the most eothasiautio applause. Charles Vivian, 
composer of "Ten Thousand Miles AwaF," and 
"Building Osetles in tbe Air," is certainly tbe best 
vooaliatand delineator of cbaraoter. and extraor- 
dinary genius that tvR visited tbe shores of tbe 
Paciflo. His anecdotes, impersonations, changes 
of voioe, f ce aod costume were not only all tbe 
programme represents, but tbe rapidity cf trans- 
mogrifjicg bimeelf to enjt tbe characters, and 
everything ooaneoted, woe wonderful in tbe ex- 
treme. Tbedaooing and sieging of tbe lady art- 
iste , Gaugaln and Zoel, would bave done honor 
to tbe most pretentious theatrical boards, This 
eveoing tbey give another entertainment, when 
the Hall will doubtless be crowded. 

San Jose.— Tne M, E. Church pave a tea party 
on New Yeai'a Night. Beyoud this we find no 
reoord ef amusements in the San Jose [apers. . 
Grass Valley.— Tee Grass Valley Ulnsirels 
have teorganized for the Winter season. Tbey 
are announoed to give an entertainment at Hamil- 
ton Hall this evening. 

Sacramento.— The Dramatic Society Humonr> 
gave a German performance at Turn Verein Hal] 
oa W edneeday. A grand holiday entertainment 
wasgivenat tbe Metropolitan Theatre last night 
for the benefit of the Protestant Orphan Asylum! 
There was a concert, a skating soene entitled "The 
Lake ol Ice," and a performance by members of 
the Torn Verein. 

Oakland.— The Bernard Minstrels are to give 
an entertainment at the Academy of Moeio on 
Wednesday next. 

Mabtbyiixe.— A msgiolan calling himself 
"Magode Oriente," pave an entertainment in con- 
nection with Miss .Minnie Well', who performed 
o tbe banjo acd sang, at the. theatre on Monday 
and Tuesday eveniog*. 

bTOOttTON,— Tbe First Presbyterian Sabbath 
School gave a very pretty allegorical entertain- 
ment at tbe theatre on New Year's Day. 

Pobiland, On.— On the £6th nit, Miss Ka te 
Deniu appeared at tbe matinee in "Masks and 
Faces" and in the eveniog as Nancy Sykes in "01- 
ivsrTwiei" withO. B. Waldroo as Bill Sjkes. 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Jolly Nash, the oamio eiager, took a benefit at 
the Metropolitan Music Hall, Loodon. under tbe 
patronage and presence of Si.* Roger Tichbourns 
tth* damiDt). 

"Man aod Wife." dramatized by Wiikie Collins 
himself, is to be produced at the Prince of Wales 
Toeatre, London. 

John S. Clark", the actor, lest twelve hundred 
pounds by the failure of Bowles Brother*, Ameri- 
can bankers. 

Jem Mao* took a benefit at the Victoria Thea- 
tre, London, December 6th, 

Messrs. Phelps aod Rider, m-'.ed English actors, 
are botb strbueiy 111. 

J. K. Emmett has made a big hit at tbe Adelpbi 
Theatre, London The Times, Era and other papers 
speak of him with unqualified praise. 

Madam* Rolland and John Henry Cooke have 
opened at Hengler'a Oirquo, Sheffield 

Obarles Fish was to make his debot before an 
English audience at Hecgler's Cirque, London, on 
the 7 tb. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



TO THEATRICAL MANAGERS! 

FRANK HUSSLY AND MISS BLANCHE CLIFTON 

IN THEIB GREAT AUSTRALIAN DRAMA, 

HAZARD! HAZARD!! 

WRITTHN EXPRESSLY FOB MB. HUSSEY 
(by Walter H CooDar), who haB a contraot 
and power* under the Brinah Orowo from tbe 
■ui nor to prodnco tbe said Drama in the UIMTUD 
STATl'b and «.ICKaT BRITAIN fw two years, 
will shortly visit Vi'gini* City. Bait Lake City, 
Omaha, Denver City, E>t Louie ar.d Chicago. 

atjr*M rtt'irx are oaotloned rot to regotiats 

•nm F-. G. Bert or hie Agent for the said Uramo. 

riB tee? will reader t<b*ini>elv>B lut-lo to proiesa- 

tion. FRANK HOSoiEY, 

Manager of tbe Australian Hazard Oomoaoy. 

San Franci-co, January 4, 1871. jatlt 



S. F. BUSINESS DIREOTOnt ! 

ItuoUaeller* itnd Mtatlon^n. 
H. H. Moore, M)y Mouteomery, near Merchant. 

liuteheri*. 
Beta, Frod. Stall* 9t to UM>. California Market- 

Jli na>- PuDDit^rltra. 
Weed A Kingwell, California, 125 First at. 

French Fitncy Goods. 
Looan A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter, 

liamun llutr. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Huale end Mualcnl Inttrumenta, 
Keene.C. O., mftr. accord iane, repairer of all sdnda 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Muccuronl Munafaclurer*. 
Brignardello. Maccbiavello ft Co.,706 Sansomw. 

Oyster* (Importers and wholesale. 
Doane ■* Co.. No. WOalifornia Marltm 

Wine* und JLtqnor*. (Wholeeal..) 
Danen K. A Co.. W* Front 

WhU^ncT. 
Jamss 0. Bellere, No. 31 Second street. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings and Conn. Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE De- 
clared a dividend of nine (9) per oent. per 
annum on Term Depositr, and seven aud one half 
(7,^) per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of Federal TtX, for the six months ending 
December 11. Kit, oayable on and after January 
IS, 1672. By omer. 

GEORGE LETTF, Secrotery. 
Ssn Frsnoteco, Decemhe- 31, 1872. ja3 2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Quo Francisco Savings Union. S38 Cali- 
fornia* street, corner of Webb. 

I^OR TRE HALF YEAK ENDING WITH THE 
P 3'st December, l-7i, a dividend haB bten d«- 
claied at tbe rate of-uine aod six-tenth* (9 «-l0) 
pur cent, per aonum oa Term DspoBitB, and eiebt 
(6) per ceot. per annum on Ordinary Deposita, free 
ot I -<■:<■ -al Tex oo Depoeite, payable on and after 
IS'.b January. 1873. Bv order. 
d»31 2w LOVhLL WHITE, Oseh>er. 



TAXES. TAXES. 

1872-73. 



J»|0TIJE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CEB- 

tified copy of the Assessment Book of the 
taxable proper of tbe City and Cn unty of Sea 
FranciB.e, 

Real Estate and Personal Property 

For the fiscal year 1872-73, bas this day been re- 
oetved; that the State, City and County Toxsb ?or 
said fiscal year are now due and payable at tba 
office of (he nnderBigned (Room No. 1, City Hafl);- 
and tbat tbe laws l& regard to tbeir collection 
will be strictly enfor_ d. 

Taxes will become ELINQUENT on tbe FIHST 
MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1873, and nnlesa paid' 
prior thereto, five per cent., f*i be adotd to the 
amount thereof. A. AUSTIN 

Tax Collector of tbe City and County of San Fran- 
cisco. oc29-ld 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

ALABGE ASSORTMrNT OF GENTS' FUB- 
cisniog Goods to be brd good and cbeao. at 
the"^LDOnBNEB," J. LEVY'S- ^Slaa Montgom- 
ery street. Justice given to all. Don't forge the 
number, GIO M on l go iiery street. de3<J lm j 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

053 Sacramento street, 

(The First House below Ksaroy street,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
Help of all kinds.- General BmineFB *gsncy; 
Collect Rente, Notes and AcconorB.: Wbit« and 
Chinese Laborers sapplied for FamilieB. Hotels, 
Farm?, Factories, eto. 

CM AS, F. BECHLBEB <t- CO., 
do'iS lm 6513 Sacramento street. 



NOTICE 

.... TO 

Business Men. 
Taxes. Taxes. 

Delinquent on Saturday, Jan- 
nary i, 1873. 



TJY KEAWING OHECK TO TBE ORDER OF 

tbe Tax Oelleofcor. WIIH TAX [BILLS ec- 
olosed, Tazpayeientl favo tbemselTee the ioooD- 
TeDieoce of waiting at the effke, a&d tbe re- 
ceipted bills will be test to tbeir address. 
de»l td A. AD8T1N, Tai CoUeotor. 



TAXES. TAXES. 

Xj^.ST "WEEK. 

UATVBDAY, JAKVABY 4, 1873, 
la the LAfcT DAY Stole, City and 
County Tuxes can be received without 
adding S per cent, to the a mo act of 
Taxes. 



dtSltd 



AUSTIA'; 
Tax CoUectm. 



CENTRAL 

NO. 113 OEARY STRE1 
Best aocommodations for 
Families in the city. Private 
entrance for Ladle*. Hair Canine. Shaving and 
Sbampooicg. Children's Hair neauy cut. Ladiea 1 
Sbampooing 60 cents. 
f,l7lm L CORRIVEAU. Proprietar. 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy 



ANEW DISCOVERT. 

RELIEF TO CRIPPLES .— £ 
Cores and Bunions cured f 
witbout pain or trouble, by ueiofrf 
Dr Hal' 'a Corn «nd Bunion hem-!;. - 
dr. F. Rider, ARent. S. H.. Oorner^- 1 -^^^- 
Bush and Duoout ata. ouS am 

J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN X.TJ3VCET, 

Cor. Second nnd Tehctna etreeta. 

/3^J3 ■•"Terrapin constantly on band. 
jBBflHD3TOjBters in every Btyle. PRIVATE 
^S&J^SUPPEB BOOMS FOR PARTIES. 

^** decSIlm 



FRENCH CORSETS . 

111ME PONS, IMPORTER AND DEAT ER IN 
i« »etVi B,a .° „ Lad . iM ' Cnderwear. FRENOB 
UUKbEl&of all prices and qoalitiee. resdy made 
autl to ordBr. No, 6»1 Sacramento ttreet. below 
Kaitro y no l-3m 



CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
the Theatrical Profession in i aliforoia pr . 
? oea forrofog olasees for instruction io lilocuiioo 
arsons wishiog to avail themselves of the oppor^ 
tunlty of acquiring a va-. f ui art at a moderate cost 
can send in ttiolr names to "OanjbjeeB " P. O Box 
2B3J, when particulars aa to terms, 'etc, will be 
aentro the*. dt9 tf 



IMPORTANT 

TO.... 

TAX-PAYERS 

l^IVJE rEK CENT. WILL BE 
AllDEll TO STATE, CITY AJtt 
COUSiTTf TJXEI, AFT£B 

SATURDAY, JAN'Y 4, 187*. 

de7 A. ATJ^TlIf, Tax Collector. 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

A NY ARD ALL PERSONS THAT HAVB 
msde DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- 
BIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tho. 
amount refunded at the office of tbe undereigned 
upon tbe presentation of as order from t he- 
Mayor and City and County Attorney. 
del8 If A. ATJST11*. 




OLD 

DAYS MLNOES &. CO., at the 
old original Ki-d Lion. IO Weary 
si.i-.jm., us. wvriQ Keerny *nd Dnpont. where yon 
can have Hul' A.M) OuLD DRiKKS, not forfiet- 
Uogtfjeold Pioneer Lunob. The "Old Suort" is 
always ,ou baad. The original old liogliBO Plum 
Padding will be soivod up on Christmas and New 
Year's Day. 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

HAYWAKDS. 

TONY OAKB.& PBOPRIETOB 

Plrot-Class ZZoteL 

jil5 6tn 



mMm-m 



ARION 

-Pianoforte. 



DEOLARFTl PY TBE .lTJDGES AT A LATB 
Fair of tbe Ameri -.-d Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial f. rain at St"owiy'B, Obicbering'B, and 
others, to be I'd- rJtHT ON t-JXHIBITION. B. 
Cl'KTAZ, Mole Asjent. SO O'FarreU etreet. 
NB— Pianos of nil sr vlee TQ RENT. mar* 



COME AND SEE US. 

Wide Onfin fnr a Jcb. 




C3-XX7-JH; TJa jl TRIA.X1 

Well Trv and Suit. 



»"oi. 



DHTGOMERf S £ L 
MOTEL. ™ - 




FURNISHED ROOIS 
IS ind 110 ptr Month 

WEST END" VOTEl. 









nunoacoi uti*h*t. jascakt i. ins. 



W.4. XVI. ■ .. lit. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 



CALIFORNIA THEATBI. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 






i» * • ji> 



M$«. Usm , ca- r «. n <s. 



Olid 



*l">ooto.olo! 



MISS BLANCHE CLIFTON 



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lATfROAY M 


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teyl • »> t*» 













YELLOW HAT! 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 

D&iosaoT or Till 

Star Premiere Assoluta. BETTT RIGL. the Premiere Danseuse. EMILY RIGl. 

Mona. Ch«ro« »n<l hl» Tin oo Ti>lontocl OBUdron. 



THIS EVCMIXO 



JAKURAY « 



SEW, 

t w its. ! 

ftnjHst 






nilMrntti wi 



me imi «Tnn»<i turn, hhciiir m i 
Tur noma co i "i i imiiiiiiim ar> ■ i >• i.c is ■ Air., mum in 

Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp! 

liifiiirtiPi #>r raiitCTm 

WISP tfaOOlK ¥OORI 

J. C WII.I.UMHON 

TAUl WALTZ I If 

• fits « E. M. TBATER 

UlArs E J BCORLRY 

OtriCEB... C. BEMBY 

IMKOBT4l,ai. 

, E. PLTMPTON 

f THE LAMP JOHN 1 

OUt or TBE hisa MISS LOUISA lOBH 

MUffCESS BADBOOLBADOUB MIS-t MINNIE WALTON 

AMBOU WtftS CARRIE WT*.Tr 

• MIS1 U. A. CHAMBEB9 

MT9TAPHA UR5. 0, B SADNDEBi 

Mandarin*. allni*l*ra of HUte. 0*1)1', I1aat'm>D. Gnirl-, ArcmUot', SI»t". I t \ 



• —1 rUk-r.o t iw ir| Kj Mr. WM m K 

an hi %•*•*.- in Mr j i •*. a Birr*. a«.«. 

ea-tos ri'fK k, Mr f. DrACCt l*f-a. eMlra t>* 

Mr if Muiiiiv^. •• Mm «r Bihrw Amar 

!■■ ITMl • «rre«al» far IBM rler* k>r M* •••*•• A. 
fl«MBI*«.i Mn -r Mkw. L. TERMi 

<> 1. 1 oT~ 

•-»•« **d •*»** Mitt I.wlw Wllaon 

*••).••!, ...| «.ag Ml.. Oeea.aa 

Am* -I M> »««- I.IIOr narti« v * 

obabb* srnrw or tiik amazuxi 



Ltnd of Fern*, or Halls of Dazz ing Light! 

SATURDAY APrEBBOOir, Jao A- 

Grnnd Yellow lint Mntlnoo | 



Jfnsrniflc^tit Scenery by Porter I Startling Illusions! Gorp;eons Costumes! 



a. ex FIRSa*- 

SMa-M E. TM M rlrl««-. Heme %,— Tn« Claads 
3 — A itNi-ren Plain Nte*C *.— \ <*M... ae 
Street. n.-ene *. — B>tn1 *p«n»)fi,|. In ibe Pnlaee 
r>r Hnr|"i»lh»(lonr. *feM ft -Islnated (>-iur. ■*•■*• 
1,-r.«rh«ii'lr»] ('.of,M«|irfoni|Mln,nid the Won. 
rir.ful I, .(Nip. iRlactr Dunce by Aladdin und Km- 
rac. flMMS 

AOX SECOND. 

See** 1 . — HntUphn'i TnttAge, «ee«e l-Orit*i) 
Fi>lr»nrr t •» I he HoTnl Baths Terrlfl? (..ml.ii 
►rene 1 -Umi..phi. • C.>ttiige «Cfne I .— ( til ■..■.• 
Onr-irn. *>rc <r .".. — Fr nat of i nntrrm •T>iad Pr.- 
retilnn of f.mterd*. OrnnJ tltallet of Silver Knyt, 



hy M'ilr. KH TV it ml r MII.V UHit. <»nd torn., 
•te lt»l ri. «l i. riling A. rotmtlr Act* 1. . M. fl> •.•..<) 
imri hu ihiee Children. Krld.il Ihnrni ut« Tut.. 

ACT THIRD. 
•"eerie l.-CblntiQ Mirr#-i. »eene •■-Fxcrlnr of 
A I. .a. n.,' ■ Palace. Neeoe 3.— Our dec of the I"»luee 
■fi'ie ■I.-Khii-iii'ii hmiiii>'f. "eeuC H.-lhr Flying 
Puliee. »c*nf fl.-The Netiihnre. t»cen» 1.— ♦•nonn 
in * 1»i>dlit'B Pal«ee. Nce^H.-iheUnrdeni. Heene 
O.— The Plum wk-re (he Pmnce •tnnd, F-»fl\..l In 

j ii nor of Aluddln'a rctarn. Moa* I'hnrnn and Hon* 
lit .t.T..h .ii- F- •*!■. llriinl It. Mel <le Ihlnols, liy 

| 4'lii-a KIQI. ltnd Corp. .1- AfitHet. !»• ;ind t'hurUa. 

I rteiiit n of the PalitCe. Ititppy li.-rmu-mful. 



SATURDAY, at 2 GRAND ALADDIN MATINEE 



PBICES OF ADMISSION. 

ltf^rTMl 1»nli- T>re«. Circl. ant. Orfib.itra tf I «• B.roooy SO 

Kra.rrtd W.«i •- B.'CODf. 1 A Oal'.ry »« 

X>rM« Ciicl. Admi»»ioo SI OO Ptiv.ta D01.3 86 uodVlOOO 



u. ii-ii V . ■>. *p»nUI. RlntreAal 

l-.i .r> (l.lnu ^. .x, !..-> 1^1,,. 

» - ^^«MM 
■ I -4.. 

I.T 1 J . » ■!«•*•*•••• 

k. b 

" '" I . . 1 . 1 ..t. 

• I .W| 
w-a«4 .. •>.. Ttrtpi 

'»tl « W 

I - -.. » W .... J,«.|. J..^„ 

» — I- O-.l W.i, K.n, ..4 i.__, M.„ 

■•<••' HI.. I. I lll..r. 

Migio 0!ob« .. . S'Ue Engvnle Qerntta 

Till > 
IX KPAKIOI MII-THtMY 

Ol7»irpIo~LODOli«or 

J-lniTn 
J. II I. -kin 
I >i.«f Bi.» 

Q»»»»r» lixt.Mra. 

OUOILL .id OOUPIR ■■ 

Xho Hoiim ol Moiiili-mus! 

FKANi MCI >ri 111:111, Vl.llal.l, • >«BM (M 
<n"l »^ Ilit..^ ML- .l.-irphU. 

COMIC »«UCMI« CN'RKI VERKER 

iOBimv ros&w u.tinqi. d«m« 
A. LA BBT-HB RIGGLtp! 

LARRIRM Sketch of 

C3-IX3 OWE3T! 

F'itt Vai flreohiltUofeit J H. tarkln 

Air. kUnllar K. Ii. Ma-ait 

Kip Kearnc Nl« Snocetr ObM. infill 

Patd Lil- "oriQif BtM- 

Irlan Jaaa Uba- Oo«pa» 

l.nuia \b» Batobar Wlh Bark 

IritO J m Oluiln V»ro«r 

Maoa Von »wgbecl.nd Ulaa LatrU Arm- Iron* 

L-w .Una Joaipbin* 

Daring th« Aet, 

Dutch Sketches by Ln kin &. Armstrong. 

M«dlej Ortrtora OrohaattrA 

OrtfiDal Bil't, Compoa<d b; U. Sobmldl, 

THE BRIDE OF ASNIERES 

M, M to'or. proprietor of tbo I-ap ; n Bla.no Tooimf Bree 

Lhotte. In* dnnftniar. railed 'The I ulip". . . MMK. THRU KM. 

Mllor Mi FarliD, traTtlita; for pleasure K. U. Marak. 

John, bia Jnckay B. Mobiiuaa 

Pierre, a Villager M0N^. BCI1M1DT 

....DUBIM3 TQF. I1AI.LKT ... 

tirnnd Paa de Deux . Mme. Thereto and M. Sc hmldt 

OoBcladiDs with 

The Real Parisian Can -Can Quadrille! 



140 Scroml Mrrpt. 140 



SWAIN'S BAKERY, 

!_:.! *I.I I«I,^<1 In '511 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

KlMp' al Va 14a ff HAT k 'tr..t. tod At 
Vo. 1*1 • stookta* AtrMt. 

THE BEIT QCAYl-ITT OP 

w odding Calto 

ALWAYS OR BAUD. 
I.VEK1- T1RIF.T1' Or 

Cake tor the Holidays. 

I OR CRKVM. CIlARr.OTTR RUSaR. B'.AXO- 
MARUK. J(CUI.Ih8. .w.. Bud* to order asd 
• f th. b^t •AAl.rlAlt. 

■'♦•). I R. RaWllMAlii 



HAIR. 

Tilt CHEAPEST PLACE IK 9 AN FRANCISCO 
TO BOY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Good's, Cheap and Fine 
Jewelry A Fancy Goods, 

IS AT THE 

NEW YORK STORE. 

A. B. SAM PSOIf A CO., 

*f«». US Seeoad afreet, 
■ oJOlti Wa4weea Mlaalon and Minna. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MB. P. BBB0E8. PORMERI.r 
propHator ol to* lliaera' Roa- 
Uorant. baa lafcan tba aaaaa**mc D t 
of botb the Min-rt' RaeaaQraot on 
OaiBOiercial »"<:■•. and lei Mmara' 
Branch on M»r,M et'«et in partDarablp aitn MR. 
A. ORATEUR, who naa bean <-onoac<«d with the 
Arm lor jaara. I r protem«r. te bar* paan made 10 
Ibe coimoe departments that will render the Mi- 
Dara'more poptHar ibaa It has a«arbaao daring 
tba 'it jear» of lt« prisperity. Oar Billaof Fare 
ambraoo all tro d«iiosotee of ifie aaaaoo. Our 
motto i« "CJotxl Faro, (.irjrjil OooWinK and Modtrata 
Cbaxgea." 

P. BI'.ROKl A CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

S:$l and 5S8 Oomtnaralal, and 
TSt Markat atraet. 
Open from 5 a.m. to Lfl p.m. ao)l Ira 



THE BAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

ASttgncraneelo at., cor, LeldeadorfC 
«Kx offlo* o f P. H . 6. B. Co.) 

jPQMB AWD 9BE TJB. GIVE US A TRIAL; 

V* wa will andeavor to mi, W» want to ttiara 
jonr orders. Oyso \h% oomiag weak. 
Otelalu BTAflTON 4 00., PMp'ifl. 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre, 

CHEYENNE, VVYOIY1INC. 

TBI UsDf R'-»IGN8L» WOTJt.D MOST RS- 
epacttally reprreaot to jon and t~n public sob 
•'any, tbat ho ie oow ptrpared to Inrtiah facil- 
It e* for eibibitlnct of every kind and cbareotar, 
whicb eboold deserve the nttronaga of the pab- 
hc Bo baa areo'od at Crtayone, Wyoming, A 
LAR(4R AND f:.jMMriDH>LTs HALL, with gool 
hc*rfcrr*td Srato Tea Hall la well ventilated 
and hunted, an. 1 mad« com for ih'e for all seasons 
of lh-ye»r. THE BEST OK MUSIC, botb Striae; 
and H'asa, ran he fnrniabed at all times. 

Sa'isfAC'ory ar'angem"0's will he made with 

TUKATBIOAL OROlHER COMPANIES, ei'b- 

er forKentingnf Hall or performaacas on a per- 

centace of tbe receipt*. Oorrespondencn e olloiied. 

Addresa. J. McDANIEI , 

Lock Eoi No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyomiog. 

1*. B— Onriositiee wanted for tbe Obayenoe 
Muhdd. Tbose wishing engagement), state low- 
*at urmi for tbe Winter Sn*«oo, ssnalng pboto- 

frapb io my addreae. Half Passage Money ro- 
unded after Qlliog eneagemeDt*, 

tl AMI'S V.cDANIKL. 
Proprietor Cheyenne Theatre and Muee-nm, 
oc*?3m Lock Bot No. l.Oheianne, W. T. 



CHEYENNE_THEATRE. 

Professionals Wanted. 



SIX PIRST-CT.AS3 PEOPLK.-MUST HAVE 
good Wirdrobo, Four Ladtea and two Gen- 
tlsmen to be good In general basinets f>r the com- 
ing Winter fea*on, cornmeaolnir tbe tint week In 
November, 1872. Address stating lowest terms, 
with Photograph. Half Fare relandod aftor ilil- 
Ing engagement. 

JAMES MCDANIEL, 
Proprietor Oheyenne 1'be^ire and Mnsenra, 
00*2 Look Box 1, Cheyenne. W. T. 



A BAD HABIT 

AOKF.AT MA1VV MEKCIK ANTS 
have trot Into aa* cliurclnjj mote for 
their Oe>e>de during the Hnlldnyg than 
at amy other time. At the) old etund, 
Ko- 8 Second atreet, yon will wlwuya 
Snd at nnidirm price* (■ inrue assort- 
•sent of Shlrta, Paralahlog; Ooode and 
Xollet Articles at lowe*t rates. Thtat'a 
the place to get seoalble Holiday Pres- 
ents. 

nENEDICT «ft Co.. 
Kit. 9 Kecond street. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKOINIA CITY, .tfKVAJDA. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BERN RE- 
decoratad, and can bo rooted by tb* mgbt or 
by tbe week, atara and tr»a4lng oomoanlei 
UbaraL'y traatod with on application hy latter 
JOIN PIPKU, 
Manager and sola Proprietor, 
■ Or to J. II. MeCAKF. 
.•— Washington atraat. Rao Frsruilenn. 



MONS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
oaliat, reopens New Ooorsea for Piano and 
aioging by big entirely New and blmplifi-^d byftem 
- tha shortest in ezlatanoe— reading muaio at eight. 
Aooompanltnenie, Sfnging for P»-ler or fl^ne—U 
at Mooa. Wolowski's raaideaoe, 491 SUTTER 
STREET. de5 lm 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING. DRAMATIC, MUSICAL. LECTURE. AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY. 

Rooms 1«3. ana W 630 WashiUKton street. 




WAKTIID IJIMEDIA.TEI.yi 

TWO FIRST VIOLINISTS, TWO RKD MBN. TAMdO AND BONES, ONE MIDDLE MAM 

....ABfiO.... 

A.crot»atie, Gymnastic ana Equestrian Xalent, 

ALL FOR Till* OITY. 

SRIRISAK CORJB1TSI Je CO, 



•^-Ailtirefls, staticc foil PAiblen'aie and lowest terms, 
aS-LAURA HONEY— Art Imrnrtiur. lettsi far vou. 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVERT aATUBIIAT HII1UT. 

Pluno' and rSlnsflnse Bt8P.M, 

D. BARRY, ObAiroan. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

006 nllMiun atreet, a.ir Second. 
delO J. RAGLES, Proprietor. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 



L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Kearny street. 



©in c\nt\ T AKY PKR50N 

S&1U.UUU ahleiotq.ualHad-.rae 
SOHWOKEB, Professor of Grest 
Mysteries, tjhs onree fickness aft-r 
recovery Is hopeless, and give correct 
itiforn&tfon on all affairs of life. Prof. 
8 'basvalrjabis laliemsD^ror love, «oid I'Cft, sleo 
sea your intended. Fes. fl Mid upward. |No SAB 
FOLSOU STRhUT di lm 



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SOUTHERN PACIFIC 

A wi>.... fHF^*M£' 

330TJSB, 
fiammer atreet, oiTKe trny bet wuea .Pino 
sand California* 

THE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS Berved loony 
rtylo. Kyerythieg coo' eJ iothe best manner, 
■or The Finest Liqaors aod Cigars. 
air niectmt Ssdtos of Roomi for X.udlea. 
st»-0PEN DAY AND NIGHT. 

R. J. TEOHAU * P D. JE98EN. 
no23 lm J fraprietora. 



Stage Dancing 

TAUGHT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 



DASHAWAY HALL, 

Polt ttnet, nt.r RatrnT. 



GRAND 

Select Bal Masque 

....OF TUB.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 

horticultural Hall 

...OS.... 
TIUKSDAT KVEMNO JAN. 153d- 

BY SUBSORiPTION ONLY. 



Tickets.. 



..SS twh 



•aVS'iboorlptlon Lists ran bi foond with— 
G. M Berrv.SbTtff'atJiHce, City Hall; 
Mr Brandt, V.W.Mr. Wn-.ui on -on * Monlgomary; 
A. SunimoT Li.l.l Jr.,N.E. oor Folaom 4 Bteaart ; 
W. Ooben. No. G bntiory Bireet; 
J. Witt. No. 110 Thtid "trest; 
Mr. K^tzensteio, No lfi Second street; _ 

fd, Abramenn, No. 73S Ulay ftreot, dc3rjlw 







0*-Z 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL BHISEUB, 

And College of medicine. 

lfl flf\(\ BEAUHKUL AND I^RTRUOT- 

lUiUUU iv» nhipoto to bo B-" n. Opon to the 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, it. KUKVKA HAUL. 
»IS Moatgomery street. FUR MEN uNLY. 

■KsT-Du. .Tobdan's Privatk Office is at 911. 
Ga»ry screet tonpoai'ft i'l-> v'ecbm.iua' Pavilion). 



ASOLPHUS STOCKMETEB, 

....TKAOUKR Of.... 

PIANO AND SINGING. 

Balls and Parties a, ft; tiled to, and Muaio for 
nished. Regidencp, 31fS Eddy street. d t i* lm 



sToIaxx 0*Matxi>ocloiAloc3> - 

(Lately arrived from Soutti Aminos,) 

PIANO, CHURCH ORGAN AND HARMONICOK- 

TUNER AND REPAIRER. 

•m-Ordersadlrsssid to 'be Philadelphia Hon a* - 
Bnsb street, promply atTenned to. de7 las 



E. PARDINJ 

NO. T*» WASHING POM ^TH^F.T, (ABOVE 
the Plait). Sao Francljoo. Boots sod Shoasr 
made to order io the best Frsaoh stylo. The amo 
ready made always on band. no 1- Ana. 



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6 :f-i c s-a:f l o / 

THE JOURNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published every Day is the Y«ar by 
I»- BOGABDUS 

AT 

OaftMerchant and S1W5 W«*bla»ton »t« 

Below MonUomery. Sao KranrUoo. 



SATURDAY JAN0ABX 4, 1873 



Dlvmona Catarrb Bomcay 
Ii a sure ©are fur O-terr b or Colds. Ask vour 

druggist for It, or send to Dr. A. F. Evox, No. 

9 Port street. z 

PtiutOffrBp'klC' Cards, 
At one dollar per dozen at the People* Art 

'Qil'.ery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 

Hle*loD street. i 

An Old L.-:inliimrk. 

Too Verandah Cigar Store, at the N. E. corner 
of Kearny sod Wai-blrjgton streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven year* for k eplog the bett Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meentch-um pipes, eto. 



Had Trl-il Hard. 

A more or Ubj worthy Scotch wife was rc- 
monairated witb by ber mius'tr 
husband's conduct wee not all that it cngfct 
to be. The minister reaommeodiog kind- 
ness and forgiTents*, ©r joined ber to no 
more n s e her fUta and nails, but to heap 
coals of fire upon his head. "Weel minte- 
tor, I'll try the coals, but I may tell ye tbat 
two or three kettles of boiling water has 
wrocht cae improvement.'' 



Jones A: -chrndei's 

Celebrated Crab Cbowder can ba obtained only 
ituao Bash »treet, nearly oppos te theAlham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Bait eats It, and they all 
eat it. Only tbe best brands of Liquors bot- 

Q 



led for family ute. 



Gentlemen, Attention! 

For tbe mog' comfortable and lnxuiloui shave 
be Hire snd call atO.L. Sueind'sP.lsce Shaving 
and Halrdresiing 8*1000, 32* Montgomery St., 
opposite Bass House. up-sUlri. Only tbe most 
■Skillful aitista employed. u 



The President's AXessnfeo* 

Peace and prosperity are tbe key notes of this 
■document. Che pness and durablity are the 
characteristics of H. Luchalogei'd furniture. 
All should vi-it bid emporium, 735 Market 
strett, and ascertain hew cheaply a bonze can 
be furnished. d 



BOP Pairs of ^tocKs, 
At all prices, jt t lie What Cheer Laundry, 



Still Allvol 

Wh'Q looking for Holfdsy presents, go to the 
NewToek EHOTOOBAPn Galleet, No. 25 Third 
Street, and see those beautiful portraits In oil, 
water-colors and led la- ink. Prices from one- 
third to one-balf cheaper than at any other 
flrfctJcless gallery In the city. R-m "rubor ihe 
place— B. F. Howl >t.d & Co., 26 Third bt. p 



An Amiable Community. 

Some young women are endeavoring to 
tart a community on Lone Prairie, III. It 
is t j be Mormoniam, with the grand princi- 
ple of that sect reveru-d. Tbe distingoish- 
ing dress of tbe sect should be a yellow hat, 
and Princ:ss Miranda should be the high 
prieetess. 

Str angel Strange I 

Fourteen yeirs ago an old woman fell off 
a en air in Portland, Maine, and broke her 
neck. Last week ber granddaughter was 
married to a man worth $150,000, who is 
the owner of a gotta pcrcha nose. It is won- 
derful how these distressing oa&ualties run 
in families. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For- 1873. 



2 1 ST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 

....fob TBE.... 



Holiday Punches. 

There are no Funcbes for tbe Holiday tatles 
that compare wl<b Squarza'a. t'quwz.'B Punches 
are lament for Ihe hitch art shown in their man- 
of icture, the hsj py comblmlion of whole tome 
tonics, and their delicious flavor. Bona, the 
disciple of the great Squarzi, has prepired 
forty different Bind of puncbeB and co ■ dials for 
tbe H <llday tables. For sale at tbe ntw branch, 
.117 Eearnr street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
110 Loidesdorff street. H 



Everybody Suited. 

There Is no end to the multitape of fashions 
in hats. At " Tut" Bat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all these 
nrw ttjlea can be found. The stock la Immense 
— the prlrea ar» reasonable. Every one who 
goes there la sore to be suited. B 



Hat» fox* Huii<u»y8. 

" The" Hat Store, G<7 War-hincton etreet (sec- 
trod hat ttore below Etamy), is the place to go 
to buy your holiday fiats. Finest bats, largest 
assortment and cheapest bat store in the city. 
Remember, No. 617, second hat ttore below 
Kearny, on Washington street. c 



Hollrtny Candivs. 

Fresh, sweet and d liclous Candies, of every 
variety, at M A. Merci'a pioneer confection- 
ery. 678 Kearny ttrott. Wholesale and retail, a 



Ladles and. Gentlemen 

Who have been tnfferinft from various com 

nplalLts for yearc, are obtilnicg rilitf from Dr. 

Alt Id, at 137 Montgomery street. He performs 
delicate surgical operations, and Is daily effect- 
ing remarkable enree of old-standing diseases. 
The Doctor is a competent, scientific physiolan, 
and the afflicted can consult him with confi- 
dence. • 



Tim tllwatrated Press (9. F.) 

sto. 1, January, 1873. Sold by subscription— 
II SO a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
imsit*era, IS cents. Address Murray, Dewey k 
Oo., S. F. o 



OLanvoTAH-r.— Madame Clara Antonla, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Tranoe Medium. 
has removed to 333 Kearny st. Consultations in 
.English, French and German. x 



Altogether tiio Best. 

It is curious, but tree,, that 3. A. Shaber, 
T07 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper ihnn any other 
dealer In ibis city. Try him and you will be 
■convinced. x 



Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade In California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corvlllo, of the 
Saddle Bosk, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at Ban Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Paeino Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame whloh 
baa extended all over ths continent, sad * he 
■ 'Saddle Book" Is known everywhere. 



TTUe Best Remedies, 

Dr. Ferry's Last Chance, for pals. Dr. p«. 
rys Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
4, R. Gates and Co., comer Hansoms and Oom- 
sneroaal atreeta. sole agents. * 

What Cheer i^avoary 
Is ths beitlaindrr *n Ran Franolseo, * 
» — - 

It IS) Perfectly Ant oiilBtilnfc 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
jtrbe What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
■j.oreSaji. returned the same evening If da 
•trad. ^ i 

Watches and Jewelry, 
Very lo T it H. A. O- I.-ndtrV, 63 Second 
» street, cor., of Mission. d 

EC You Wtnit 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
wiry. x 



For a safe and efficient Bcifjnnra of ths 
on r-Lxxxox, n» Dioxet's F/kous Usnu ns 



Oysters. 

In strolling ronnd the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance aid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a soreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen; 
While momy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er whloh the waters Boftly fell, 
Made that winnow reem to be 
Some fatry grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here — 
It looks so nice — aad try their cheer."! 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made hlu appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald they had almobt any dish 
That we migm name. We found it true, 
And coote.d maffnijicently, too; 
Ail kinds of oysierp, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every eiylt-; just think of that. 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
Tou're different from other men. 
They'd clamcand crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy placeatt kinds of game, 
Fi.-b, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure, « 

The ladleR, too, have found, 'twould seem. 
That they have here the best Ice cream; 
So here they flock, tbe little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dinners.'* 
Whoever doubts this let blm rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse. 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

0HABLE8 HAAKE, Proprietor. 

Fresh and Sweet. 

Fer the beet confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's. 107 Montgomery bt. near Satter. H 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



A Happy New Year. 

What a plea 'nro it is to meet a smiling coacte- 
naoce, wbetber It be on tbe street or in the par- 
lor. Ac d wby 1b it tbat some faoea wear a contin- 
ually happy look ? It is simply beosnae tney live on 
a plain, nutritions and substantial diet. Tbat man 
is a pnbiio benefactor who wilt eonaoieotionsly 
serve us with a clean, toothsome snd wholesome 
meal. Lonis Meyers, proprietor of the "Whi'e 
House." K'.'iiroy Btreet, also of the Capitol Hea- 
taurant, Foorfb street, does It. as hundreds can 
anthnaicettotlly tesMry. Bis k tch"oe are marvels 
of ord-r and cleanliness, fry nim, and yon will 
find it impotiBible to est elaenbere. 



To Aotbesses.— For sale at a great sacrifice 
at 38 Geary Btreet, e!x elegant Bilk dresses, une- 
qualled for quality and style. s 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Busa House Carriages, can be 
Found In front of Ooleman Bros, clothing es- 
abllfihmeut, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery Bts., or Dexter gtables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. do 



Or. Doherty 
Has devoted his study more particularly to 

chronic and specific practice, and as such is 
now the most suocejiful of any Physician In 
San Franolseo. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors nelow Wbaj 
Cheer House. t 

Or. Barlow J. !?m)tn 

Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology snd Nervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evening, commenting at 7 3<s o'clock. 
a. part of the evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patient*.. Dr. Sml h gives 
phrenological examinatlo' s In regard to health 
to Invalids daily, from 9 to 4 p. h., free. w 



X>o rrot Suffer lrom corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. B. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny Btreet, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
apeak from experience, having tested the Dea- 
ler's capability. Belerencea Riven If required. H 



THE EQMANCEAND EE41ITT 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

BT WILKIE COLLINS, 
IB THE 

Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "Podsera," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charles Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE TALK, 

By Olive Harper, la 

The Golden Era 



TOM .A.. X3CA."W2ECL'm 

FenUlefcon, In 

The Golden Era. 



! 



Taek This to Your Memory, 



i 



Always Busy! 

Always Ahead ! 

Something New! 



EVERYBODY WONDERS 



n 



....AX TBE.... 

ENORMOUS SALES 

....or.... 

Van Schaack & Co. 

708 to 716 Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE THE PLAZA. 



A GREAT OHAKUB TO BOY 



HOLIDAY 

PRESENTS 

European Fancy Goods! 

OF ENDLESS VARIETY, OAREEOLLY 
manufactured for oar Trade id Paris, Vienna, 
Berlin and London. 

TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! 

I>IBECT IMPOBTATIOIf! 



Oar Holiday Goods bav« all been imported by 
db direct, and we will retail intm at wholesale 
piiOBB. 

Tbe Trade supplied. 

PartieB buying for fair*, or<antabl© iDBtitationa 
aad hunda/ buhooU will be supplied at trade 
prises. 

TOYS 

OF every dcsoriptiou, I ram So. to $10 each. 
Neoesaairea, 



WaistHnj* itoturnod txi One Bay 
And we never dleippolnt, at the What Oheer 
L*oxj<?rj, 

For Wasnins 

Bhirte, Jl 60 per dor.; small pieces, COc. per 
i' a. At the What Oheer Lf nndry * 



MnnnliiR'rj, 

The only plaoe Bouth of Market Btreat to 
get a mood dish of Oyfeters, Cat ornU or Eitrtern 
Transplanted, la at Menntog's Obartra Oak 
Oyster 8*1 ■on, comer Howatd aad Third, late 
oi tha Bine ff log 84oon. * 



Wlimt Oheer Lauodry 

Employs no Chinamen, and shoold toe pat 
rauiied by ererrbod*. • 

For trie Tery Beat Drinks 

Ooto.Ta,**' Braaoh 6alooD, earner of IrJerk't 
aad Third etre eta. scfi 

Beat QnaUty or l>i>uBkln 
Driving Riovei, at $1 per pair, at the What 

Oheer I*o.n dry z 

VcDewell, Shew Card Writ*!-, 

Beady made and made to order, boom 10, 
(108 Market strret cor. Pont aod MontgamoTj. U 

Oo Tom Know 

Tbat with BrrraBiox'B Paxnmjw yon can ont 
*nd make any irannent to fit perfectly 1 Send 
(MWtage stamp for an lllastrated oatalogne. H. 
1, Doming, agent, office of the Howe Bewing 
Machine. No. 118 Kearnv street, between Bntter 
jrt rpst : 9fta Frjuiciaoo. • 



OKIOIML STOBIU8, POEH8 AM> 
SKETCHES, FASUIOIV GOSSIP, 

ASrrSEMEXT.S, I.ITEBATrBE 
AJiD AST, AXSWritS TO GOB- 
RESPONDENTS, ETC 



maK "GOLDKM BEA" 18 THE OLDEST 
-L Weekly Paper in the State, permaneotly 
established, sod more widely circulated at home 
asd abroid thin any other on the Pacific Coast. 
la Oa I'oraio, tbe All n.io 6t>tos, and Ihioaghoat 
the eoi ir* Held of Its ureal and rapidly ieoraasiDg 
oirooiatfoa, tae "GJLDttN BRA" la nniveraally 
r*>«ar, oda> a literary aod family jon;nal of nne- 
qnallsd oxu« llenoe. 

To Advertisers. 

The "GOLDEN ERA" is a weloomo Sunday vis- 
itor in every Home aod Household, and as an 
adverttklDf median. Its advantage* mast be app*- 
r. at t« busloesi men. 

TO HAIL SUBS0BIBBB8, 

The Oolden Fm, far One Tear, 03 &e ; 

fur six Mo&ths, *a «•. 

Babaoriptloas to be paid la adraaes. 
The Oaldea Kra and P«teraan'a I«adlea' 

KuiloBul Mofrneliie, One, Tt«r, SC 

STTH8 QOLPEN BRA aod PETERSON'S 
LADIBV N.V1IONAL MAGAZINE aerved by 
Oarrlets in the oity at 1J.^ oeois per weak. 

THE GOLDEN EBA.elogle ooptss. Ten Gents. 
Tor sale at all Nawi-j tandi. 

Office off the Golden Era, 

540 Clay street.... San Prancisco 



Dolls 

of all -tries 

and Mg-;a. 

Floe trench 

Dolle, 
dressed aad 
undressed. 
Fine wax 

Dol'e. 

with reai 

Hair. 

Freoch 

Dolls' 

Heads 

and Bodies, 

Bsg Dolls. 

Obma Oolls. 

Dolls' 

Carriages 

and Bedste&dB. 

DeooTMed 

Ohioa Tea Sets, 

Pat lor aod 

B?droom 

Farnitnre, 

in silk and satin 

Kitchen 

F arc i tare, 

Stoves 

and Baog^a, eto 

Match Safes. 

Hatch StaodB. 

Fancy Figoree. 

MoTable Heads. 

Fancy Paper. 

Bon- Br. i Boxes. 

Fancy Articles 

for tjbristmoB 

Trees. 
Glass Balls. 
Rotl.'otorB. 

Fine 
GlaBewore. 
To ilet Se a 

la 

Bobeojian 
and tine 

dO-'Ornt.ed 

Glau'waj-e. 

Bohemian 

Vases. 

Odor < ;■ akets. 

Lava Ware. 



Rich silt 

and Cbiaa 

Stnnds. 

Bieqae Figaros. 

Parian Basts, 

all sizes. 

Byron, Scott, 

DIokeoB, etc. 

Oard B"ceivers, 

Bronze 

Ink stand s. 

Smoking Sets. 

Toilet Sets 

of every style. 

Drams 

ia all eizea. 

Wooden Drams 

Brass Drums. 

Balloon a. 

Bobber Balls. 

Pozzies, 

Ofinnon, 

Large Horses, 

Beat Hair. 

Performing 

Monkeys. 

Organs, 

Whips, 

Bail boats. 

Lotto and Solo 

Games, 

Btablps, 

Willow Ware, 

Work Bsbkets 

aod Stands, 

Worsted Work, 

Fancy Boxes, 

Perfamery, 

Toilet Articles. 

Pocket books, 

Satabels, 

Oarved Walnut 

Goods, 

Brackets, 

Watch Ktands, 

Papier Macho 

Ponfol.OB, 

Blorooco 

Por folios, 

Ladi-e - and 

Ge^tlemso's 

Drt'uing Oases, 

Satchels, 



Inlaid 
Writing Desks 

and 
Wo rk Bo xes, 
Glove Boxes, 
Handkerchief 
Boxes, 
Otgar Oases 

and 
Olgsr Sr.ands, 

Large 

Woolly Dogs 

and 8beep, 

Oats and Goats, 

DrsBeed, 

Rattles, 

Balloons, 

Anuels, 

Magic Laoterns, 

Paint Baxes, 

Building Blocks 

Alphabet 

Blocks, 

Santa Olaas, 

BaokKammon 

Boards, 

Noah's Arks, 

StrisB Ooctages, 

Harl-qains, 

Fanoy Figures, 

Movable 

Figures, 

Balancing 

Toys, 

Bxprees 

Wagon s, 

two, four aad 

six h rses. 

Doit Oarts, 

Drsjs, 

Mecbaotcal 

Toys, 

Boy and Girl, 

Waits ng. 

Racers, 

WatkioK Girl, 

Horae and 

Wagon, 
Nine Pins, 

Tivoii. 
Shell Boias. 
Eto. Eto. 



We eordlslly Invite all to call and inspect oar 
Stock. All Goods oa exhibition. No one Uiged to 
bay. Goods all Barked in plain Bgares. 



I GKK&T hKLUuriON | 
^ X 

aas5«^tSr P * rtm • nU • *° mrt * ™ m f0rOM 
Holiday Goods. 



8PE0IAL BARGAINS AT 

Van Schaack &Co's 

708 to 716 Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE TUB P1A.ZA.) 

•»-VAK 80HA.A0K * OO. HAVB WO 
BHAKOJi STOBBS. 



CONSUMPTION pre- 
vented by the timely use 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal- 
sam," the best and most 
speedy remedy in use for 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Bronchitis, Influenza, 
Loss of Voice, Incipient 
Consumption, and all Dis- 
eases of the Throat and 
Lungs. Ask for " Hall's 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price 50 cents. Sold by 
ail Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PBOPBIETOBS, 

Cor. Ssnione and Commercial atreeta, 
noli t f 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PiOIFIO STONB COMPANY OALL 
tbe especial attention of ArcDiteots, Engin- 
eers, and the pnbiio in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manufactured 
by them in this city under the Ransoate Patents. 
ThBymake to order and keep In stock: 
Building Fronts, Water Pipe, 

Sinks, Monuments, Fountains, 

Tiles, Coplnss for V, -.Hi. 

Filters, etc., etc*. 

Together with Ransome's celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior, 

and at a price far below that of band-oat work. 

■VTbe attention of private parties intending te 
build is reBpeotf ally solicited. 
OffloB, No. lO BTJ8H STREET, San Francisco. 



thomas w. bree, 

sitjVeh fxjatbr 

MANUFAUTTJBBR fl 
— AlTD— 

BEl'AISKBj 

—or— 

DRUMS, BANJOS, 

— AMD— 
OTUGB UUSIOAL IM8THCM X.N7S 

ESTABLISHED IN I860. 

tayX'SSSons given on tbe Banjo and Drum. S49 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
eaBionals always on hand. ie!5 it 




Declared Asalnst the Whole World and 
the JBest of MunJklud. 



PATENT BAQLB BLAOKINO-WARRANT- 
ed superior to any in tbe market. Manufac- 
tured by MOORE A OO , No. XXO Leidcedorfl 
street, S. F. Dlreoilons for Use : When found too 
thick, add a little water. Keep the bottle well 
corked. Sold by all Grocers, Jrnggists, eto. dttl 




TRAYS aiwajs on band. 



Alfred Tetter, 

Manufacturer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES, 

SCff Sup ont, 

HEAR SUTTER STREET. 

See my stock of Bird 
Cagis before pnrobaeiDg 
e't-ewbere. Always some- 
thing new on hand. My 
Patent Cages, made of 
Tin Wire, are warranted 
FRKE FKOM VERMIN 
Also, best qaaliiy TKA 
no20 tf 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

648 EEA.B1VY STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT , 
the abort e) notlof* AMPioesaod 
Oicar Bolder a waiianted genuine, aod ' 
to oolor well. Meer-cbauia Pip'saTd 
walking Onres Mounted and Repaired 
at lowest Fa^tern Prices, and with tbe beet work- 
manship. A large asfonment of Walking Canes 
and Fancy Goods of every description always on 
hand. noBl 1m 



The Popular Beverage 

C CONGRESS WATKR FROM THE PAOIFIO 
-* Oonsreea Springs, near Santa Olara. Indorsed 
by tbe Medical Faculty, its curauve powers being 
tonal to the iel«b «t-d Oonsrees Water from tha 
Mprinfis of Saratoga, New York. Depot removed 
from 128 Kearny street to Hew Montgomery, ons 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. Lib- 
eral diaooont to the trai.e, tnd orders attended to 
p.omptly. dc25 In 



Philadelphia Restaurant 

OHAS. V. BKRGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
and moet popular Reetaa 
San Francifoo. The Tables as 

Elied with tbe beat Id_ market^ 
v the 



Ms, 



... F'nrrl i i 

dOM PINE STREHT. juatabov \ 

uir-^ irn 



6£OKO£ MAYES*; 

DKA1.KH IX OVb'l'KRh. GLAMb A/fCFSU. 
andaJI kiudi oi bHKL). FlSri, ^TF^rjfe. 
(stalls Nos. *0, 41, ■£,«, OMifornia"*/ flCJB 

Market, *oiranci oo Onllfomls street. — ■ ''•' 
Peblw or private partien uri famtliet ■applied 
from ri A.M. to 1 : F. m. Iddiex' and Gentlemen's 
r >T«**r Tlnorr oimw rrn«n 6 » v in IV p v »<-.'27l» 

DB. W. A. PAYNE. 

THIS OBI BBRA.TED PHTSIOIAN HAS RE- 
moved bin nmat from the Bus* Hone to his 
Elegant buias ol Room?, No. 4> 6 Kevrny etreet. 
He tells your disense withoata Question, Do n"t 
fail to call, All uhronio D(86*ees treated snocess- 
fuily. del9tm 



Bar Sugar 

"CK)R 8ALB-S18 KEARNY STSEET. AT 
J MERGER'S. Alio, every kind of Osndiss 
WbMecale and Retail. 
noTif M. A, MEBCBB. 



Indian Queen Range. 

The Best in the Market 

MAKUFAOTDRED BT 

•'Aim M. alCKLKB, 
oolStf Wan' 4KB K.arn 




NEW YORK PRICES 

HALL'S PIANOS 
Por sale at No. 1* 
ilor street. Gall and 
examine foryoarsslvea, 
S»-Tbe enly Oalifor- 
oia-madt Piano oa the 

atuu 




IULLER 8 , % '9} 



Classes 




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MCTROPOLITIN THEATRE 



IfBW ALHAHBRA TDBATR1. 



Greatesi Scisatioa if the Season ! 



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The Yellow Hal! 

The Yellow Hat! 

Fifteen Thousand Persons. 



EMERSON MINSTRELS 

Throo c:oirxip«.rilo«i Oousolidfttod 



The Yellow Hat 

I Trir»f ■rmitloan, 
I««niBr«»t ftr»nrrr, 

lUtlalinn of Araasoni, 

Hrllllant Armor. 
Wgatorfnl Colored l.ithts 

SUrtl.n* lethaniral Efforts, 
Sgp'jb Tarictj Entertainment, 

*.r 

Knillrw Trlrka and NoTplties, 

THr 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

T»e a-bete f»'»'-» • OtaVraallo* *f AitkUmj 
!♦*«» fit*. led Id asr 1 



See It 



ee It! 



Mm OB*. .M« foa )il t*ln, *fc,r« BoMr.»d 
>>•>■ >•< ir • i SIX DAT. IK ADVANCE. 

rrosiTiTKLTiru ra«< uit. nm win t» .. mo. 

I u tAH rai*. 



TMia cvcaiHo jaxcart e 

rrm*T Hunt dciiib rai wai«. aid aatoidat attieiooi at ». 



Part l~li-*.i — I ;,i i ,«i-i i\ I it mr*nt n In HiiI.hi. 



.... I 

NTii ">i« iraoii 

TIT T»T TOO 

»IUII DIMI1 

>"i"Di . t mi. a 

suums kai boxi with tui »««• i - 



■ ■F><i>ii>Tir.< 

'i.A a* aid x-oriM.n 
os mniurtai 

W F Mill 

tub uiiiT mill uimi 
j. a BUMU.I. 



QrOoCLloy o. "Onole Stovo. 

i n' i « mil nii.i.v tiMMinaiei - ....n iiiiabt 



1'iirl p-.-.-cikI - 



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IIIIIKIIMW QEIS T. FA It HON 



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.S TWO 



»« aiinm. 

LIMIIR 



..SAM Kl Kir I KLtlr I 



MHM»S FROM (.KKYI AW 



P. K. MAKER 



THAT RASCAL BILLY. 



I-M R... 



OVERTURE. 



aid .iinrKtrkM.ru 

OBCHESTRA 



To ooeelod. with Add Bjmin't Sketch ,ntl:IM;~ ~ 

I3X "V C3 IK. CIS. 

MR BrUlKI' mBRH ADD BYMAH I MB BARN A BY BIBR1 BAM RlrK'T 

MRS HKVI v UIN Hi BBS Ml»f* .IhSMK SHKKMA?* mk8 BAK.liHY HIItBI. ... HjB HART 

LAWYER BRI.r U. AIN3I.BY SOUTT I D1TKOIIVK U.VAIOi.Bil UHA&. BUI TOM 



FRIDAY I Y. MM:;. Jud.iT If I h - 

^eiaefiLt of Baiter &,xxCL r'a.rron. 



MONDAY EYEKINQ. Jtnatrj KKh— rint Appearnco or 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THEATRE DOES NOT ADVERTISE IS THE "CHRONICLE. ' 



the Alhambrs Theatre moss oe presented hereafter on Monday. 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



■ wal 1' 

THIi EVrMINO 

I •» l» 



JAur art n 



Nr. jr. OAMPODONIOO 

UMitlk. Aikwlitn' 
Qrail Hit •! la. r»».tu O.VA4UM. 

Mortimer, Parka, Dixoa Thom 



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ffirra 



Tho Muiloul XrCoxactoz-. 

Anal. •-'••• K.I, >Ml 

<,...,., .. i.. r.rr, Ml.. Il.al. 

■H"«' *"■• M...I. IrtWM 



HARD CHEEK. 



Mr. Hutch Kibinson In Hit Change*! 
ii.w. Am... ii. i-o.i. Ljf<i. umattMi 

B..« B.I. .... I,,. i,|»„ 

T»."r Mnlkrr. I'., Case It.M. ....M*u I.. Parr*.. 
«*•• W.II.I- l-.rk. 



BAD WHISKY. 

""••. v. »<■•» RoMo.0. 

Mvr A.. ';h.rl.jlb8.p»oi I Pollii..,. ...u. B. K.lbb. 



Or.rtor... 



..OrohMtM 



Old H.ld. Park, ... Ill, on 

Ala'l I I.MI Hlul'lnta 

»«>l»d M.lll. UlinMI 

M.n.i. Trip H. T Hla IAtIh^I.p 

SOLO ON MAOIC FLUT£ AND KETTLE DFiOM, WITH OME 

ITICK, IT THE MUSICAL WONDER. 

HTSTERIODS LODGING HOUSE 

rr.Dk Mortin.r W.lUr P.ihi hon Dlto. 



aoni 

CoMde ao.|.. 



Kalr Zncl 

I. III. Br*ww 



Ttty porrornnoc, .111 oODCIad, wltb 1 SScdi 

A MANAGER'S TROUBLES 

Character* br the Oompaoy, -.^ 

a4.DM1I.SION ms CRaVTS 

Private Bsxea It!, $.',.W and SX Raesrrtd mU30 oef.ta.CSI 

PRIVATE ENTRAKCE TO BJXES. 
Door* open at 7. Conmooot at 8 preelaety 



Til Muni I. i ■ru.ixu UOIRU. 

pacific house?;' -zzzzr". 
OLYMPIC HOUSE,*;.Tj:.rr^': 

aoMla* R ItrflTOII A OOTRBLU 




U'ir"TB¥sTa¥"ll¥ 



Onr Olaoratavd tL s< WQim Hbtrle, They ft t FesrsozxT, ead for qaaLUr and durability will aaver be tn.no bed. lo b> bad only at the 

str- CALL AMD QaUt TH KM. I XI L. H'lTMH thiik, Olfl Kearny street. 



FERNANDEZ S AGUIriRE. 

PASHIONABLS HATTERS, E4o. H«S PB 
POST wTRKKr. Dfar KBifoy. A floa LJ ; 
asiortronntnf ttats and On[)« o.-.n»ti\ni It on/S"sV 
hand. ••* Hat* made to order and reoora'tid la 
toe a eat *a I etvle. oo«Um 



A PERFECT RUSH 
ID«-y «aia.cl T>Jls3a.t, 

AT THE ORB4T 

IXL Auction Store, 

aie kciHii tTiirr, 
A WONDERFUL BUSINESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE" IN AMERICA 

la t.«»w oSerlai rrrntrr ISararnlDe thoo have 
trer beca efertd la a»c Fruaclaco. 



New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

Pr«aa which we are enlly r#eelvla*j Good* 
troaght ut the lawvit Oaln Price* 

IN O TT H. H. El UCTOY. 

OUaV M>iiu 13 TO 

X L and Undersell All 



JUST RECEIVED, 



l.M*t 



arm fuilacre Ph.II, woilk •# OO. to be 
Mid at •■> CO. 
C4Mt daaaa Wblt. .hln.. w.rik SI SO, lo be uld 

at IS ..at.. 
44 «iim if Burr V.dere'otblDi, AOe . to 91 SO. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

■Vaae 4M«. (a •! SO, anil alawka. fr.ai OA to S. 

ALSO. AH IUMHSE 8TO0C OF 

■ OTIOH. rtlOV COUBI, KKOI.IIH CTJT. 

LtBT, PIPK", tll.UVKI, TOBACCO, 

WATIHH, MltllBCK SOOBO, 

H O M 1 M R T, SB 

Trunki. Ba(a, "VsvllaBeai, 

ABO IS VAOT. aVEBTTBIRO, 

From a. Needle to an Anchor 

Olllud MtMla. our ptlMf, .od lallarr joqimItm tb.t 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

IS THE QBBAT 

IX la Auction Stove, 

• lO ItHJT tTIIIT, 

Oaa II... b,a OoaiMorelaL 

fllE QUILTEO SILI HITS, WORTH S5, FOB SI 50 

■T4MIM Sale. Blarj «l|»t a* T. 



JOHN nez>:BiL-'e, 




SUM BUT TBE BEST QUALITY OP MEATS 

UAH BE HAD AT 

StnllH n, «3, California. Market 



riUSIIK IHOI HAKIFAOTOBY. 







Tbeauet BLEOAIST OUHTOM WORK IN TUB CITY 
J and •untse soedt aad pHoea. EKKRS A.MAV1T ABS 
• Ka*rTJ* *tra*t, w rtooraootri of Pn«h 



3F" 1 Ci ARC 

....«tn..,. 

ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... CIRCULATES IN .... 

All the Theatres. 

— ins n — 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

hi thj» teab. 
GENERALLT THRODQHOOT THE CITY 



On the BOATS and CABS 



FOR THE HOLIDAYS! 

WATCHES and JEWELRY 

NOW 13 THE TIME TO OBDEB 

Hair Jewelry 

....or.... 

H. A. Callender , Manufacturer, 

NO. 08 SECOND STKKET, 

N. W. Corner of Mission. 

AMKRTOMJ AND FOREIGN WATOHKS AT 
reduced rates Alst, a fine lino of California 
mmle Juwelry. a^No extra charge for eoKravini 
Jewnlryof every aesoriuUjn mad* to order and 
rapsired, - dtpStm 

THE OLD 

Hot Scotcn, 

IS Mortoa Street, near Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IN TOWK. 

Alvrays on Bio the New York Herald, Harper's 
Wrt-kly, Frank LmIi«'b, L>>- Uoingi, Polioe Oa- 
j'-'ltn, all Lm« Onllfjrnia papxn, »l»0 l.uadon 
raiioh. iinli'« Life, IlmatiAted LoDdon Nerrs. Call 
and i-tt'niy yonmerf, 

■ay* Don't fortjet the sfsn of the Hot Scotch. 
deTtf OHARLBB VTM. KFLDMAN. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch* 

....AMD. .. 

TOM anrt JERBT, 

SO TO TIIK BBAXOB 

Hot Booton, 

ISO Sutler .treet, near Keaml. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

noT chowdVb etibt wiobt. 

noli tl JOS. D. B1I0OH, Propr^.tor 

DRE8SJMAKINC. 

MRS. M. F. B'SffOP. NO. laO'/ARBEIX 
.tre-t,iatheD'aoeior L\dlM aod stranger* 
"■initio* the elij to nay* their Dresses **"»■ In 
style, aod a oeitei' HU at a moderate price. de'S 

RICHEDA FAMflVr 

(Formerly of Chiarina'i BoyaX Italian Cttcm) 

WltLO-VBl.RSN0.N8 ON TBK VIOLIN OB 
Onitip. at r*»i'eaoi>a (if reqairedi.or for 
r>lab. Mnsio (or Ralia or Parties, St moderate 
ebarie*. ReeMeeeo. S»* Moatsoosry e'reet 
ooraer Jssa*— , s>ossa If e. 1 1, eeUiaa 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Hare yon beheld It? If not, yoa're a treat 
At BQUARZA'S PUNCH SALOON, In Kearny street] 
There BONA, dUolple of OitUiT BQUABZa, 
DUpen.es famed Ma«io Paaobesi rattier 
The most dellolons mlx'.areB yet recorded; 
And have with many medal* beon rewarded! 
Ladles their OORDI aLS there can slo at leienre,— 
Their "TEaIW" appeaas,— and lien gain "LADIIE3 

PLEA .SURE," 
To allay connubial difference* and pain. 
In"ANTI-DIV0R3E" yon oaa roar end attain. 
Sip of the potent extract bat one teste. 
Sour arm, consoling, Btnubt is roaad her waist 
Gaoss what a "MORNING OOMKORl'" la the fell* 
That heals the prisrrel and imparts the bllut 
The "WELOOME" too, you'll alw-tys find 
A balmy soother for the troubled tnli.d. 
The bright M AD&OBA."and thoaweei "FAIBWELL, 
Jait TiBit. BONA, and yoa'lt all ford Weill 
His "HYGIEaSIO BIT rBB9" are Ih* pautoss 
Tor all dyspeptics and for diarrheas. 
No Cholera Moron* ever has been found 
Where ' 'HYGIENIC BIT FEBS" knock aroaaa. ; 

BONA and 8Q0ABZ 1. aplte of all detractors. 
Hats prorstl the Nation's greatest beaefaotorsl 
Full rOBrY41tT>r«athulEhr.ild-l.i.. yoa'll and 
To Sid the Man— invigorate th* mladl 
Not this alone— a Welcome yon will m«et 
AtBONA'8-(8QrTARZ\'S)-317 KBaRbTT STBBstT. 
Bemember, too, not this famed plsoe to past; 
AXX SPLENDID LIQUORS BU r ONB Bir A OLASfl, 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 

THE FBR8T PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

AH the Mechanics' Fairs. 



fj^OK SAIaK WnOLKIALC AND XBTAIl 
•t the old AMteUUhaseat, ISO Celdeiaarst 



- 



"FIGARO." 

IE JOUBNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 
Pnbli.BiKl «T«I7 Dm in th» »«« "» 
AT 

SIS HeraoU »od sas w».»i»«t.» «.. 

Below MonUtoin.rj, 8u> FrMOlWO. 



MONDAY JANUARY 6, 1873 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc. 

California Tneatr«. 

At tbe matinee oo Saturday this theatre pre- 
sented a congregation of pretty women which 
GOQld scarcely be equllffd I* any other city Id tbe 
world, D-tss circle, paiqueit.-, family circle and 
gallery were all crowded with laflii* sod nbildreo. 
Though "Aladdin 'is drawing iuth iramoodoca 
houeea it mutt be withdrawn voiy«ho t'y as Job a 
T. Raytaoni ie aboot te commence aa engage- 
ment. Tbe. last bI§cU of "Ala-idio. ' w tb it* 
■anlttiudlccnsatlrMUonssra announced and those 
wbo wUb to fee or.ce more the gergooaa scenery, 
■eaotif al ballet, wlih Mil. ■ Betty and Emily Kiel. 
Mom. Oaroo *cd children, liatsn lo tbe floe aiag- 
Ins of tbe Ampbioo QaarUtto Olab, sod enjoy tbe 
sprightly aotiog of Mies Minnie Wa'too. Una 
Maggie Moore, J 0. Williamson, and otberr, mu.t 
go at onoo. 
AUiambra. 

An entirely new bill will be presented this eve- 
ning. The Brat part will conclude w iih Emerson's 
new fii>a : s eotitled "Uo»d bye Uncle Steve, 1 ' ia 
wbloh Billy fc. 11 creon will appear as Uncle Steve 
and Bob Htrtae 1 l»Ti«se. Id tbe olio T. Karroo 
will present hie "Hlbernle Gems" Sam Rickey. 
Charles tattoo and J, Robinson wlllappsar in "A* 
LtkeaaTwo Peas;" P. F. Baker will appear Sn 
"Sounds from Germany;" Billy Finer on and G. 
D. Rockafeller in "That Raacal Bill;,'' and tbe 
performance will conclude with Add Roman's 
■ketch of "Divorce*" On Friday evening Baker 
and Karroo will tave & benefit. 
Metropolitan Theatre. 

Immense homes wers present ©a Saturday af 'or- 
nooo and evening and last evening to see "Tbe 
Yellow Hat." Tbe theatre wdbso crowded at tbe 
matinee that many ladies were forced to go into 
tbe gallery to obtain seats, To-night in addition 
to "The Yellow Hat,*' tbe trick pantomime ef 
"Unmpty Dnmpty'a Dream" will be performed by 
Messrs. Lawtoa, Ward, Set re, and otber members 
of tbe S. F. Olympio Club. The pantomime will 
precede the the play. There will alao b j a obange 
in the olio portion of the] entertainment, Mies 
Dolly Myrtle, a eoubrette, making ber first ap- 
pearance, Jake Wallace performing banjo solos, 
and othir novel tie e being offered. 
Bella Union The**tr«, 

This house isVokcg a eplandld business, the pub- 
lic folly appreciating the enterprise of the man- 
agement in catering for their amusement. They 
annonooe tbe cage game nt of Mi e Jennie Worrell 
and Miss Ltllle Ball who will make their first ap- 
pearance to-night in tbe burlesque of "Blaok-Eiea 
Sussc." The engagement of these bright stare of 
barlesqne, with the talent already at this home 
makes tba company very strong. Tbe fu'l pro- 
gramme for lo-nigbtappoars on oar first, page.| 
Tbe Athenenm. 

Aroocg tbe features of the bill for to-night are 
Mortimer's ske toner, J. Oampodonlo, the maeioal 
wonder, late of the Albambra, in Ante and drnm 
solot; "Hard Obeek," "Bad Whisky," Hogb Rob- 
inson's ehaogei." "The Mjaterious Lodging 
HoQBe ; ' Ljdia Livingstone and Maggie Brewer 
in oomio aongf, Mite La Forrest and Claude la 
ballads, and the soMaming ait.r piece of "A Man- 
ager's Troubles." 

aSATOUiQAX Museum.— One. of the most 
fomplbt* collection of the kind in the United 
Btatos. comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wrr, models, la daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at Um Moaenm on Montgomery street. An 
hour may be pronublv anenr, bern. 



A Story Spoiled. 

Here's how a Western paper knocks the 
supernatural oat of a story wtioh is trav- 
elling tbe rounds of the Western prase: 
■■An itam is going the rocads stating 1hit 
& Detroit Biilor r:fosei ia ship on a vessel 
after seeing a rat swim ashore from liar, 
and that the vtmd wentdown tbe very next 
trip. The real f iota of the case are that the 
■ailor saw a hundred rati as well as a pile cf 
■ snakes, and was taken to the hospital to re- 
-cover. The vet el went down— down to 
Toledo, making one of ths quickest trips on 
record." 

Too Bad. 

jit is in convenient sometimes to speak the 
Eoglish Hnguige with a sweet German a o- 
•ent, A Teutonic >aloon keeper has lost 
half his customers by boasting that he keeps 
"df) pest house." 

To. AoTJtsasxs.— For eale at a great sacrifice 
at 38 Geary street, m* elegant silk dresses, ane- 
qnalled for qoality and style. a 



Dlanona Catarrh Remedy 

la ajsare onre for Oat an b orOolds. Ask your 
druggist tor it, or send to Dr, A. P. Evov, No. 
9 Post *'.reet. « 



P^utjgrupnic Cards. 

At onedollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, £« Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission street, T 



An OLA Lendmark, 

Tbe Verandah Cigar Store, at tbe IT. E. corner 
Of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for tbe latt 
eleven years -for k-eplog the bett Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meersch nm pipes, etc * 



Jones Jh, -chri,iiei'a 

Celebrated Grab Chowder ean be obtained only 
at 8ao Baah atr*er, marly or-p s ie theAlham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Hart eata it. and they all 
eat it. Only the beat brands of L'.qaorB bot- 
tled for family ose. q 

GePtlemen, Attention! 

For the tcoa comfortable knd luxations shave 
be sure and U O. L. r-aaaDd'e P. lice bbavlng 
and Halrdre..u]g B« oin, 234 Montgomery st., 
opposite Suss House, np-stalra. Only the moat 
akfllfoJ aitiats employed. a 



Howjsre Too, Pepper?— V Telegraph 
Oper&ter'a Joke. 

Many amusing stories have hesn told cf 
the festive freaks of telegraph operators, 
who, wbeuever afforded an opportunity for 
the ditplay cf tbeir pfnobant for a good 
joke, rarely fail t i improve it. 

Almost every cne tas heard of (be opera- 
tor in an Essttrn city who, on a hot tumm< r 
day, desiring to borrow a cbew of tobacco 
from one of bis fellows in tbe same room, 
instead r of making known bis nquBt by 
word of mouth, chose whit he deemed the 
Uast exhaustive method of indiiiog a dis- 
pitch, which traveling over a circuit cf up- 
ward of a tjcu-aod mi'es, in about two min- 
utes reached the identical office whence It 
started, much to the surprise cf t'other clap, 
who blandly shied his tobecco-box at the 
head of tbe irrepressible Jokist. 

It often happens that t.-lctftaphers are called 
into Bnrvice A the representation of a etage 
pity, in which occurs what is known as a 
telegraph "s:cnc, M tuch ai tbe one thown in 
Byron's "Aoross tbe Continent," or Bonoi- 
cault's "Long Strike;" and it ie tben that 
the operator behind the scenes manages to 
much amuse himself by *'t Iking" to the 
"fraternity" in the audience, nnbeknown j 
of course, to the balance of those present, 
who find no meaning in the "click, click'' 
of tbe instrument. 

As an evidence that the operators of cur 
city are not behind hand in the matter of 
"hiving tbeir fun," the following is related 
Jim, a well known attache of the Westtrn 
Union: 

During the theatrical season of last year, 
the drama of "Across the Continent" was 
produod at one of our theatres, and f. r tbe 
manipulation of the telegraph ^inBtrnmejt, 
which plays an importtnt part in the most 
important act of the play, Jim was engaged. 

His position was such tiiat he could see 
the audience without being seen, and wl:en, 
upon taking bis position, discovering in the 
auditorium a brother-operator from Virgin 
ia, by name of Pepper — who bad that day 
arrived in town— he determined to have a 
little spot t on bis own account. 

Accordingly, when the time came for the 
sending of the first dispatch, Jim loudly 
sounded on his machine tbe words : 

"How are you, Pepper?" 

Tbe quick prof at sion al ears of Mr. Pep- 
per caught the words ine-tantly, and won- 
dering who thedenee it was Btraightoned 
up and stared at the Btage as if he would 
have given two ddlars and a half to know 
something more. 

"Pepper, how's your mother ?" came from 
the instrument. 

Pepper, tboronghly mystified, turned 
confidingly to his fair partner to express his 
utter astonishment at the meet singular cir- 
cumstance. 

As luck would have it, tbe auditorium 
held quite a delegation of telegraphers, who 
who by this time saw that Jim wssup to one 
of h s old tricks, and with one accord they 
began to look around for Pepper. 

Jim saw the e fleet of the experiment and 
enjoyed himself hugely. 

P1.-f.p3r hadn't got through tilling his 
girl all about it, when there came another 
kneBisge; 

4, That. won't do, old Pepper. J know 
you well, and you hadn't belter bo fooling 
that confiding ere a' tire with aDy soft non- 

nse." 

Tli'iB routed the telegraph boys to the 
pitch cf curicBi'y, and many stood up gazing 
sb it tbeir only object in lif j wsb to see 
where Pepper was. 

Peppsr f«lt that they kpew him, and the 
confusion which Lad been gradually cover- 
ing bis handsome features, grew into morti- 
fication when be Biw bo many eyes evidently 
leveled at hfm, and at lest culminated in 
hie withdrawal from the theatre.* 

But Jim was bonnd to give him & parting 
shot, and as he faded from view he heard 
borne to bis ears: 

"Good-bye, Pepper. Good-bye 1" 

These who appreciated the affair were 
much amused, and so indeed wae tbe vio- 
tim himself «hen on tbe following day he 
learned who had so neatly captured him. 

tlenltn ana. pleasure, 

Tnere are not too many pleasures ha Ban 
Francisco. Nothing la more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive Into tne coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of tbeir own, can And one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental OarriEfe etand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at hie stables 1016 StocktoD 
itreet, carriages of every description. His 
Irivera are careful and experiences, hie charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
fo to Frank Boston at tbe occidental Hotel 
araen yon want a carriage. o 



'True* President'* MessuRo. 
Peace and p- perlty are the key notes of this 

document. Che press and durablitv are the 
char acterlt tics of H. Lnchalnger'a fnmlmre. 

All should -vi.it bis emporium, 735 Market 
street, and ascertain hew cheaply a hou^c can 
he f umiihea, 



Still Alive! 
When looking for Holiday present*, po ti tbe 

KaTW VTOBX PHOTOORiPH GaXXZBT,}*0. 25 Thltd 

street, and eee these beautltul portraits in oil, 
water-colors and Indta-ink. P.ices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper than at any ether 
On-t-cieu gallery in the city. Brimmber tbe 
place— B. F. Howl ltd t Co., 26 Thud tt. p 



Or. DohertF 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ehronlo and specific practice, and as snob U 
now the moat Buoceaiful of any Physician In 
San Franelaco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorff, a few doore nelow Whs; 
Oheer House. j 

J3r. Barlow a. femiin 

Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology end Kervous Dis- 
ease* at bis Hygeien Hall, 637 California street, 

every Friday evening, commenting at 75fi o'clock, 
A nart of the evening la devoted to ex > mining 
and pre-crtblng for patient*,. Dr. Smi h gives 
j phrenological txamtrjatio* b in regard to health 
|to invalids daily, from 9 lo 4 p. , t free. 



THE 1DKAJL. 

Tae lof y walla ire tapen rled eapsrbly 
With scenes of glcry, chinning evermore ; 

And light—not cf tbe boo or moon- la ai raam- 
bag 
O'. r golden dciii'j and tsaa-lated fl:or. 

Far-reacalDg sislep, with everlasting pillar*, 

And Jewollea pavement mortal foot ne'er 
pressed ; 
Such is the inntr temple at whose alt>r 

My weary ipaftat fuhie luur. winya to rast. 
It Is a batinted spot— a spell la o\r If, 

And ail around, on terrace, Jake and tr. j e. 
Enchanting birJ-noie* mlntle with thepirfume 

Of flowers that bloom to live tt. rjally 1 
I said 'tsra* bannted— not In the old fashion 

By rettltsi spirits, whoie coming I should 
fra-, 
Bot by angel forms of tbe true-hearted. 

Who seek my earthly pilgrimage to cheer. 
I (ee thelrndlant amileB.ani bear their voices, 

In dear, familiar tines, repeat ay uame ; 
Fondtraos encircle me, and joy ecttalic 

Feivades my soul and thrills my trembling 
frame. 
Some smile when I describe the habitation, 

And aay I am deceived ; bnt well I know 
Tntt He who gave me pow» ri for such creation, 

Would never wreck my yearalog spirit so. 

Not half so r al Is my outward teiog, 
Wtarlog Itseif away ia et>r.bJy strife I 

While si rooger, brighter i rows this blest ideal — 
Tae sacred tamest of eUrntd life. 



Learning* Fast. 

Chung Poo, Bweeping hia mistress' par- 
lor, found a four-bit piece, which he brought 
t>her. His mistress said, "You may keep 
that, John, as a reward for your honesty." 
Eight hourj aftjrwards the lady misaed ber 
purse, and Baid, "John, have ycu Bean my 
pui bo lying around anywhere ?" Chung Foo 
replied, "YeB, me oatchee him on stairs. " 
"And you didn't bring it to me I" " Me no 
thabbee gib um you ; think me keep um for 
me be houat-t." 

A Sunday- Scnool Scholar. 

Cbjrley.aged four yeais, is the pet scholar 
in one of our Sunday schools. A few Sun 
days ago the teacher a-ked him why the 
pgraBta of Christ were obliged to lodge in a 
stable on tbe eventful night of our Savioar'e 
birth. His reply was that the inns were all 
filled by tbe crowds that went up to celebrate 
ChristmtB. 

Naturally. 

A bohemian said to a friend, " Do ycu 
know when I get a five-dollar piece in my 
pocket I can't keep it there more than two 
days?" "That is natural," replied his 
friend; "it becomes tired of staying there 
all alone." 

A breach of promise suit, commenced in 
Haiue fourteen years ago, was settled tbe 
otber day by the death of both the plaintiff 
and defendant.' 

A Happy New Year. 

What a pleaiureitis to meet a smiling oonntc- 
naooe, whether it be on tbe street or id the par- 
lor. Acd why is it that eome f aoes wear a contin- 
ually happy look ? Ic is simply because tbey live en 
a plain, notritiooe and substantial diet. That man 
is a pnblio benefactor who will conBcieDtioasly 
serve as with a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Lonia Meyers, oronrietor of the "White 
House," jkearor Btreet, alao of the Capitol Res- 
tauiarjt, Foortn Btreet. does it. sb hundreds can 
e*ni iiu-ir.BticnUv tee'i'v. Hie k tthene are marvels 
of end r and cleanliness. 'Iry him, and von will 
tlad itlmpoBBible to eat elBBwhere, 



Ladies and. Gentlemen 

Who have been tufferlng from various oom 

plaliits for years, are obtaining n llcf from Dr. 

Alkie, at 187 Montgomery Btreet. He performs 
delicate surgloal operations, and Is daily effect- 
ing remarkable cures of old-standtng diseases. 
The Doctor Is a competent, Bclentinc physician, 
and the afflicted can eonsnlt him with confi- 
dence. • 



Live Weil. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding Is tbe canseof many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Bestaurant, on Wash- 
ingtob treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the pnblio since 
1849. provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, S&imagundl soup. game, tame geese, 
delielouB entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best out) or tea In the 
city — English breakfast tea — Bono bong and 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here, ' %% 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriages, can be 
found In front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abllBbment, southwest corner Jtftuh and Mont- 
gomery sta. , or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
Lett at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. B- 



Holiday Punohi'S. 

There are no Punches for the Holiday tatles 
thatcomparewlthBquaraa'a. Equus/e Punches 
are fameui for the high art shown in their man- 
ufioture, thehatpy combination of wholesome 
tonics, and thctr delicious flavor. Bona, tbe 
disciple of tbe great Squaici, has prepared 
forty different kind of cnachea and ro dials for 
tbe H liday tables. For sale at tae ntw branch, 
317 K*arn» Mreet, or at tbe Old Headquarters, 
1.0 Leidesdorn* street. K 



Everybody Suited. 

There Is no end to the multitape of fashions 
loha'P. At "TBb." Bat r-t)re,647 Washlogton 
street (Becond bit fetors below Kearny), all ttese 
nrw ttj les can be found. The tlo k U lmmfnee 
—the prlcea sn reasonable. Every on* who 
goes there 1b sure to be ml ted, u 



Hat* for Holidays. 

- Tex" Hat Store, 647 Wa^hi net-on street (sec- 
ond hat ttore below E< amy), is the plioe to go 
to bay yonr holiday hats. Ficeet hate, largest 
assortment and chei-pcst bat store in the city. 
Bemtmber, No. 047, second hat itore below 
Kearny, on Washington street. a 



Se-wlnn; MaclUnei for Sale or to Bent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
Mills's Adjustable Treadle, i 



A. x*loa-»«.nt Ijocation. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the tine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne building la a verv fine one and lb well 
Ughtod and ventilated.. 
Lever Buckle esuspendera, 

At SI per pair— M per cent, cheaper than else- 
irnsra at the What Cheer Laundry. z 



Holiday Candies. 
' Freso, sweet and dbliclous Candies, of every 
varMy, at M. A. Mercer's pioneer confection- 
ery, 578 Kearny atreet. Wholesale and retail, a 



WUitener* 

Jaitf-s O Sellers, 31 Second street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



FIGARO 



CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
every Theatre m San Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAT THROUGH 
oot the oentre of the city, in all Hotels, Res- 
taurants, Salooua, btorea and Offices. 



FIGARO 

18 CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland i'trry Bouts to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by thegreax Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Orexon— the papers lett in tne theatres ataight 
being gather«d up and saved lor that purpose. 



FIGARO 

IS "HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHFRE," 
and is conetaoily meeting a ohaage of readers 
in tbeTbeaties, Traveling Uonveyancee, Hotel", 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST SOCIETY, IS 
placed in the hands of nearly all who come 
to tbe city to make purchases, and is therefore the 
best of advertising mediums. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Oermun Saving* and Loaa Society 

'THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE DH- 

■s. dared a dividend of nine (9) per oont. per 
annum oo Term Depoeitc, and seven and ooe half 
(i.t) per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits. 
rree of Federal T« T , f or the six mouths ending 
R fl «S bt F, 1, - ie7; ' D »y» bl e on and after January 

GEORGE LETTE, Secretary. 

8sn FranciflCO, Deoember 31, 1872. j s 3 'in 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

CiS Saeranaento atreet, 

(Tbe Firet House below Kearny street,) 
pOB FURNISHING WHITE AND OHINRSE 
/V ii"* 11 ^. ' n " •''Dde.-Gentral Bu*ineP8 "Bsncy: 
Onll*ct Ri-ntf, Notes and Accounts; Whits ana 
Chi neee Laborers Bapplied for FamilieB. Hotels 
rum*. Factories, etc. 

OUAS, F. BECHfcBEK A CO., 
deMIm esa Sacramento street. 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BookwIlrM mill Wlntlon,'rj. 
H. H. Moore. 609 Montitomery, near Merchant. 

Butcher*. 
Kat/.. Fred, Stalls 34 to 100. California Market. 

JUrnii FooDderle*. 
Weed A Kingwell, Oaliforuia, 125 First st. 

French Fimcy Oveda. 
Loean & Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter. 

Jlumim Eliilr. 
Sampson. A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Made and Maaienl Instrument*. 
Keene, O. C, mftr. accordians, repairer of all kind* 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Muccoronl Mannfuclarera. 
Brlcnardello, Maochiavello k Oo.,706 Sansom*. 

tVliii-n nod E.lqaoi*. ( Wooleeal ..) 
Danen F. A Oo.. Sd* Front. 

Whlltntr, 
James O. Sellers. No. 31 Becond street. 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Business at the corner of Sacramento and 
Leideslorff streets, and 

Removed to 632 Clay street, 

Will, in future, conduct, the same lie e of boain 
at the new location, in conoeotion with the offlee 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he.has united hia stock and business, 
thos making this 

THE LARBEST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFICE 
IN THE STATE, 

And afford) or nueurpasaed facilities for Printing, 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
given to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engravers stand at tbe bead of the profes- 
sion, as samples on the dead- walls of the oily will 
testify, . 

A call is solicited from my friends and the pnb- 
lio at mynew quarters. 

Xf. P. TAYLOB, 

do4 1m i aa tiny street. 




ARSON 

Pianoforte. 



DHOLARFT> FY TRE JUTGES AT A LATE 
'Fair of tbe Aaaerican Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial sgalnat Stjiowny'B, Ohlckering'8, and 
other*, to be Tii. ut^HT ON EXHIBITION. *»• 
Ct'RTAZ, Hole Aa;ent. SO O'Karreli street, 
N H— PianoBof all st.vtt- e TO R.F.NT. mar* 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

A NY AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAVB 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tho 
amount refunded at the office of the andersigned 
upon the presentation of an order from tho 
Mayor and City and County Attorney. 
delStf A. AVSTIM. 




DAVE MKNOES A CO., at tho , 
__ old original R- d Lion. 19 Geary 
atreet, between Kc»rnv rnd Dnpont, where yon 
can bare HOT AND OuLD URINES, not forgetr- 
ting tbe old Pioneer Lunob. Toe "Old Sport" ia 
always on band. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BEEN 
over twelve years connected with the press of 
Melbourne, and 1b well known by the members of 
the profession in the Colonies, begs to intimate 
that he ia prepared to give experienced advice t*> 
all p*rsona professionally visiting or meditating* 
visit to the Australian Oolonies. Fee moderaW 
Punctuality in dispatching replies may be relied 
upon, 

WTLL1A** HBNBY WATERS. 
lSVtotoria Ohambera, .« Oollin* street. Ma*. 
boame. Aastrali*. r*6 tf 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FUPNISHED BOOMS. BIN- ' 
gle or in suit*, 

Well JLlgrbred and Vcnillat«U. 
__ Unfuruisned Rooms to 1st. Lodging with, 
or without board. ALHAMBRA BDTLDZNGr* 
■ lt» R-n«b itreeb ooMtf 



CANDIES. 

KINDS OE THE FINEBT ?OANDY 
>im Oandy Factory daily. A> 
orders, oapeciaily from the country, are solicited 
ard will be promptly attended to. 

OANTY-A WAGNER, 
lOT Mon tee-mart ■*■-■ n«' r Nattar 



CENTRAL 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN X.TJWCJEI, 

Cor. Second and Tehcma atreet*. 

T *T*Terrapiu ocnstantly on band. 

Oysters in every style. PH1VATE 

.SUPPEB ROOMS FOB PARTIES 

dec 311m 



CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
i be Iheatnoal Profession in LaliForoia pro- 
pose forrolDft claases for instruction in i.loeuiioo 
Paraona wishind to avail themselves of the oppor- 
inuity of oxqnirmgaoB.fol art at a moderate co*t 
cuoeend in ihoir namea to "Cambrfle*," P O Boi 
2334. when parUcuiarn as to terms, etc.. will be 






Best accomroodatioDB for n ., . — ., 
Families in tbe city. Private ■at*»*TMi 
entrance forLadiei'. Hair Cutting, Shaving and 
Snaropooi:.g. Children's Hair neatly cot. Ladies* 
Sn&muooing 50 oents. 
M7lm T. OfTRRIVEAU. Prooriatar 



MB. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dane ng Academy 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 
HAYWABD8. 

TOKT OAKBb ■ PROPRIETOR 

Plrst-Class IIotoL 

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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

% LARGE ASSORTMhNT OF GENTS* FTJB- 

a- niBDt&a Goods to r.a b»d gona. and obeao. at 

ite"oLDOORNEB." J. LEVY'6, Gl« Montgom- 

ery Btreet. Justice gLveu to all. Don't forget the 



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AMBOr HIH3 CARRIE WT\TT 

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JOHN T. R.AYMONT3, 



WILL SHOKTIV KPfJIN AS ENt.AGFMErf T AT trih THF*tr.. 



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CHEYENNE,' WYO Ml NC. 

hj»HK CDPR-IOMiU WOULD MOST BK- 
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Its* for aKMibftioesof eratj kind sod oosraOUr, 
• blob shoold 4sisrT# tbs p^lrooAKs n( the pub. 
Ho. He baa erected at CbayoDS, Wforatog, A 
LARUK AND CjMMODIOUi HaLL. wilbaooi 
oeeosryetd Stue Tt« Hall ie well votiUted 
sod It eh led, *'■■ \ raid* lomfur »h> for all asMioi 
Of the jssr. THE BEST OK MUSIC, both String 
sad Bran., cea be forDi*bod at all times. 

*4*'lsfec'o*y arranjtcnirn'a will he msde with 
THkaTHIOAL OROIHBR LOMPANIES. eitb- 
*r fnrKrDtiosof Hull or performances on A por- 
MDf:* ot tbe receipts. Ouirrspoonetioe •ollcJied 

AdJrasa- J. McDaNIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1. Cbeyeaoo, Wyomiog. 

N. B — Ooriositles wanted for Ihe Cbeyonne 
Mdiiqo. Tboia wi«hinc eogagemSDU, stato low- 
•it terms for the Winter Seuon. semilog pboto- 
grapb to my address. Half Paassge Mosey re- 
loeded slur filling idumiht'di'. 

JAMrS V.cDANIEL, 
Proprietor Cbeyenne i beaiie and Museum. 
ectl 3m Lock Box No. 1, Obeteaoe, W. T. 



CHEYENNEJHEATRE. 
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good Wardrobe. Four Lari.e* and two Oeo- 
tleraati to bo »nod in trnnersl bnslneis fir tbe 0O01- 
Idk Wiutir ceatoo, commoabiaK tbe tirst week in 
November, 1871 Address ataling lowest term-, 
with Pboiogrepb. Half Fare reiuoded alter OIL 
lug escegemsot. 

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Propristor Obejeooe Thuatre sad Mastjam, 
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AOKBAT HAWr MKnCUAKfTs 
hs.Tr? cot lnla of churning aiore fur 
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Below Montgomery, Sao Francisco. 



MONDiY JAXCABY 6, 1«73 



Plea.lni; Precocity*' 

Tee fallowing, which we clip from amoro- 
iog eot temporary's reporicf cs8:S pnsjnt.'d 
befoio tbe Commira^oners of Iobbdi't, 
proves tbtt car P«cific Coast Hoodiumi ue 
a little more precocious thin tijoes in other 
parts cf tte wrrld : 

Jeremiah Salliran, twelve y**rs, from 
Virginia, was preseDied je>ier 'ay fjr tx- 
■ruination on a charge of iosiuitj. Toe 
C-mnoi'SioDtrs decidel that Li* c iodi'.ion 
was probably *up ; nuiuc» I bTdriiikmc, aad 
n-cjmmeadtd i>im as a tit SJbjo: f r tie 
Home of th« Iacbruta for a few d^ya at 
Icawfl 

Jeremiah probably wished to sow his wild 
oa's before be reached matt's c*ta*e. It is a 
pity t^iat bis brain tuoombed before hs ao 
c jmflipbed bis porpt se. "A Band of 
Hope," to whicb infants of three aid four 
yeais of age may be admit tel, on pledging 
theme* Ives to at stain from spirituous 
drintc, is more needed in California than 
in Europe, where sash insutotiOLa are nu- 
merous. 

A Literary Glutton. 

The UiioaHertll Ulls the fjlbwiDg story 
of a searcher ifur koowledge uod/r diffi- 
coJtits. Wo'd dcubt if we didn't know of 
some eases equally as bad : 

A ell j w entered a Lockport news room 
th*ot erdrr.a* ten o'ciock in the morning, 
andpiocejcei tj tsk? a foe read. He b*- 
gan with Scnbner's Monthly, fioi;bel it at 
one o'clock, and then atlacued trie i lu-tra- 
t?d pua-T'. Finitsbitg tbese, he f st-ned 
upou oth»-r publica'ioLS. H'U-e raesid by, 
U'.ttl dakms* came. Tha proprietors of 
tha newd room c^ngniul .:cd tbemsslvoa 
tust the fellow wonid be f.-iCid to quit when 
he coaMn't see to re*d, s> tie e*s wsg not 
lighted at the usual time. Bet st 11 ihis un- 
paralleled •sponge" read on with the eyes of 
an awl until the besinesn of lie establish- 
ment and a regard for customers made it 
necessary to light up. Tne reader s u:k a: 
it until the t-tjre was closed, and was just 
fini-hmg the list dime nov 1 as the shutters 
were pat up, having read everything there 
w*a in ih-* store, from an old premium lit-t 
of th? >"isg*n County Fair to *' Soaky 
Bam, the t&orpion See'itr of t'te Sieir^s." 
♦ ■ 

Oat of Lack. 

The f jllowing scene transpired in front 
of tbe Frisbie House, Carson City: 

Firsi Profe$$ional—$xm. let's get a team 
and go down t i tue 3 r riDgs for a bath this 
morning. 

Second Prof essionai— No ; the weather is 
too cold : fcv<-ry hifig u froze up. 

First Professional— But thtsa springs are 
hot, and cn't frteze. 

Second Professional— If you go a'one it 
will be all rU'tu ; but if I go with yt-u, the 
cbirc-s are ten to one ih it they will be fro- 
zen a fjot th'ck and the boye ni.l be eka-iog 
on the ice, I'm playing in such bad luck. 

The "Tiger" Hutments in ;Carson City, 
and Sam bad deposited a week's salary in 
his lair the night previous. 



Reaasnrlnfif. 

A servant present-log herself to obtain a 
place, the mistress of the home began to set 
f jrt j its advantaces. " The place is a very 
ersy one," she said ; "we bare nothUJreD." 
"Oj," r. plied the woman, "yoa needn't 
worry yourself abcut that; I am Tery fond 
cf children." 



Phlegmatic 

Jonta visitiog Eotitsm's p'*ce in the 
eonolry, which hs bad net seen fir a year, 
exclaimed, " How your Austral an gnm 
trees have grown!" " Oh, yts," aoiwered 
Jones ; " they've nothing tl.-e to do." 

The following definition cf cba s is not 
bad : A great deal of nothing and no place 

to put it io. 

♦ . — - 

The ItvuraUd Press (9. F. ) 

No. 1, Ja-auar/, 18"3. Sold by *ubB;rJpti?n— 
$1 60 a year. Eiegia', cboloe, cntap. Sample 
cam^erp, IS cenla. Adcrias ilurny. Dewty & 

Co., S. F. ^^^^ c 

Pr*ab ml Swt-rt. 

Far tha btn cocltctionary, go to Canty aad 
Waxner'a. 107 MontKomrrr M. aaar Sutter. 3 



A Tliri'lt»K Tale. 

Literature in Cal foroi* is improving, 
Tie Overlind Monthly, batriog iha fact 
ih it it Lai no edit jr and ie constantly taving 
oil =jjrits impcaed on it fjr original matt r, 
is a creditable pm'.lica'ion; the Art Journal 
iswell-edied and beactifally printed; tbe 
Golden Era, tbe pioneer weekly paper, is 
brightening op and his improved vastly; 
the Illustrated Prtsi, though nearly all tbe 
matter, illustrated and letter pieaa, is 
print d in tfte East, is a pleasing publica- 
tion; tbe News Letter, whica has really run 
d.>wn cf late, it going to have A- Bteree, 
its old Town Crier, back; the Grizz y U go- 
ing to employ taljnt a^ not depend on one 
man's trains enti.tly, and altogether the 
literary outlook for 1^73 iB cheering. Bat 
after all there is no paper lito the Alta 
(thank Heaven) ! Tne Call his sentimental 
stories by San Francisco amateur writers, 
not bad enoogh to be fnnny, but the Altil 
when the Alia publishes »Q original story 
it is unique of lis k nd, Wituess that re- 
markable production which appeared in its 
issue of the 2d inar. "A Crael Step-JIothsr ; 
or, tbe Americas Girl Discarded. A Ta e 
of the Ne» Tear." The author legits thus; 

What s season of festivity and rejoicing is 
New Year's. Tin approacn of that day 
makes tbousandu of Leans glad, happy, joy- 
ful, hopeful and fall of sutistiine. Prece- 
ded by a hily season, and tie Merry Cbr.st- 
mas t;me, New Yetr nils the cup cf joy and 
biuda together in bonds of enduriog i . lend- 
soip tbe happy relations which then exist. 
And net only so- 
Then, after maundering on in tbat deadly 
lively style for some time, he says: 

Bot these sragooeralitie 1 *— giittsrin^ gen- 
eralities— flavored mir; of fiction than re- 
ality. 

But he won't stop; he drivels on abcut a 
couple of sticks full more and then p'.uoges 
into his story. We c-n't describe the stiry; 
we can't give an idea of it; we only want to 
make people buy up that Lumber of the 
Alti and read it for themselves. It is full 
of bold and startling assertions like the fal- 
lowing: 

T-o have an American girl, born of Amer- 
ican paren:s, is not out of tbe osuul line — 
nothing in it to cause particular rt-joiciog; 
it would r«tber be strange if it w&re othcr- 
wiae. 

Perhaps tbe most beautifal passage in tha 
whole stcry is the fallowing. Tfie American 
girl said something, and then we are told: 

Tne wcrls rang in the eats cf tbe changed 
and cruel father; they penetrated bis biain 
like peais oi tmnder. aid hid breast was 
cjoTdlsedas >f re ac bed by a tudden and 
terrible calamity. He looked upon hid 
child— thought of her mother— remembered 
w.th sorrow his treatment of bis children. 
He left bis bouse a srrow-str.cken man, 
had rexmis- to the wine c ip, and instead 
of the gentle father, he became the un- 
washed drunkard. 

If that isn't g!a;h;c writing, what is? 
What a pictare iB presented of that sorrow- 
sticken mao, who left his hiusa, hal re- 
course to tbe wine cup, and "instead of the 
gentle fither became the unwashed drunk- 
ard." No longer was lie a Lice clean man, 
no longer a sober, respectable member of 
society; ha had changed, wasciuel, but.be- 
tore Lia daughter spoke thoss words wh:ch 
penetrated bis brain like peals cf thunder 
and convulsed his breast, he was s'.ill able 
to play himself off on scciely as a "gentle 
lather;" afterwards he was that no longer- 
he was "an unwashed drunkard." If the 
Alta has another story like tbat for next 
New Year's, we don't c^ra how speedily 
1873 passtsaway. No wonder tbe Alia does 
not appreciate the "California Art G»llery.'< 
How cm it? A periodical written up by 
imp-ounious Bohemians! We daresay tbe 
man who wrote "A Cruel Step Mother," etc., 
etc., is wealthy, but stll we venture to crit- 
icise his style. 

The Ox in the Aases* Role. 

A greit ox was marsh. Led through the 
streets ye-Wday with a tr:S- band at his 
heelB — Bocky Mountain yews. 

We suppess ho mU4t have lost an election 
bet. If so, Colorado has inaugurated a new 
era— tssjs usually make that sort of wageis 
here. 



The Illustrated Pr-'js. 

Murray, Dewey 4 Co., have issued No. I 
of "Tbe Illustrated Preta," which they pro- 
pose to continue to a menthly publicitioc. 
Tbe cumber b fore us contains a number 
of bruutifolly executed engravings which 
lave before appeared in tbe Aldine; Borne 
«etl-sele:ted articl sand a faw pages of orig- 
inal mater. There is rather a pretention* 
defence if Gerome's Cleopatra, ihe wrier 
of which assumes that those who lave crit- 
icised this pictare eince its arrival in this 
city " Lave had no opportunity to eiudy the 
female f.Tmsive when s'uffed and padded 
for Kearny street exhibition, or through tbe 
medium of engravings of Greek statues." 
We cjLsider thii assumption an unwar- 
rantable one. The modesty of the 
critic of tha Illustrated PreiS, if, as is 
probable, h s opportunities havo thus teen 
restricted, i* commendable, but he thould 
not sptak for others who may know far 
more of the Bubjec: on which they write 
thsn l.e is a^vars. We much prefer the Cal- 
ifornia Art GaLUry to the Illustratsd Press 
as an authority on art matters. We wonder 
if tbeart critic of the Press hsa been to eee 
Cleopatra. 

Moarniajj Reptil.*. 

An eichmge sajs : "A short time since, 
aoitizen of Danville, 111., was buried. Af- 
ter the funeral bad started, a shake, of the 
blue-racer rpecies, was observed following 
behind. It continued thus to follow .until 
the cemetery was reached, when the serpent 
jumped into the grave, and coiled himsslf 
around the box containing the coffin. It 
there repaired until the eexton dispatched 
r, and laid it upon the ground. A land .of 
music headed tbe procession, and the ques- 
tion is, 'whether it was that cr some other 
cause which led to tbe singular conduct 
of tbe soake?" If every body buried in 
Danville is to to be followei in this way* 
attending funera's won't ^be popular. We 
suggest a remedy. Th=re is an organ grind- 
er in tbiscity whoc*u be employed to fur- 
nish n>usic far funersls. Let the people of 
Danville enga^ehim, andne'er a snake will 
fullow where hslea^s. We have Been dogs 
that delighted in barking at everything' 
from a shadow to an elephant, run howling 
aivay when be commen'ed to play. 



Knsliin on "Fine Writing.'* 

Buskin has come out as a critic of himself 
He siyB: "I was obliged to write too young* 
when I kie* only half trutbB, and was eager 
to sit them fcrth by what I ihougui fine 
words. People used to cill me a good writ- 
er then; now they say I cin't writeatalli 
because, for ins'auce, if I think anybody's 
house is ou firs, I only eay, 'Sir, your houee 
is on fire ; ' whereas formerly I us ? d to aayi 
"Sir, the abode in which you probably passed 
the delightful days of youth iB in a state of 
inflammation, and everybody usad to like 
the effect of the two p's in 'probably passed,' 
and of tbe two d*B in 'delightful days.''' 



X'ot Much: 

A friend cf ours siw a boy gathering 
mushrooms, and said, "Bub, ain't you 
afraid of being poisoned 1" " No, I ain't," 
replied the juvenile; "you don't think I'm 
going to eat them, do you? I'm going to 
sell 'em to the reetauran's." 



What Cheer Sundry 

Kmplora no Chinamen, and should be pal 
ronla*a by rrerrbody. * 

■ m 

Altogether the Best. 

It is ctirioaf, but true, that J. A. Shaber, 
TOT Karkrt Btmt, tear Third, ehould sell fur- 
nlture and bedding cheaper than any other 
-dealer in tola city. Try him and you will be 
-*onrin£*d. x 



Oyster Tra<lo. 

Ta* oyster trade la Oallfomla ta assuming 
gigantic proportion*. Bmeraon CorTlllc, of the 
E«ddle Eo«k, 410 Pine street, farniabes from 
hU own oyster beds at San Bruno mlulona of 
ojswre to all paru of the Pacific Ooait. His 
Eastern tranaplacted oyaten nave a famavbieb 
baa exteaded all orer tha ooBuBent, aad * he 
1 8addl« Book" n mown •verrwnere. 



Tiio Best Kemedlt-a, 

Dr. Perry's Laet Chance, f or palo. Dr. Per. 
rfs Wtbfoot PUle, for all blhona compUlnta. 
J,Q Qaua and Co., corner Sanaome and Com- 
a. 'read atreets. jpoI- agent*. 

Vhat Cheer L^wnary 
Is tbe beat laindrr In San Frano laoa 



Watch find Jewelry, 

Very low. at H. A. Ca.landcr'«, 63 Second 
strtei, oorcer of lllaaion. 



Do JCot Suffer lrom Corna 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Eeamy street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
sp?ak from experience, having tested th* Dca- 
tor'a capability. Belerencea given If required., h 



^VriaaJtiiriar Ketumea in One Day 
And ue never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Liacdry, 

For Wtt*ni:riK 

EhlrU, SI CO per dox.; smaU piece*. 60c. per 
• a. As the What Cheer Lrundry 



Manning's. 

The only p'aes aoutb of Market Etrest to 
get a good dish of Oyetera, Ca'ifomla or Eastern 
Transplanted, la at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Sal od, corner Howard and Third, late 
of the Bloc Wlsg Sikr.n. l 



Itla Porloctly Astonishing 

Bow beantlrally and quickly they do washing 
it tbe What Cbeer Ltnndrj. Clothes received 
jeiore 8 aji . retorned the same cTening If de 
ilred. z 



For tbe Tery Beat Drink*, 

Oo to Ta.es' Branch Saloon, cercer of Market 
sadTbird 



XX Toa "Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed., and 
not spoiled e -id them to the What Oheer Lane 
■Iry. x 

For a atfe and efficient Biiunnn cr the 

*oj--< inor, as; Ii:sk.'s f-xaira i^t db 



Best <Jtiallt>* of Uogakln 
Driving glovea, at S3 per pair, at the What 

Oheer lAondzy * z 

HcDaweli, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, boom JO, 
908 Market atrret. cor. Port and KoBtgtmory. u 

Do Tou Know 

That with Bcrmici'i Parxxsm you can cut 
and make any garment to nt perfectly? Sand 
postage stamp for an lUuEtrated catalogue. E. 
a. Damhag, agent, offlce of the Howe Dewing 
Zaehine, w . 313 Xaarnv atrect, betwttti Sutter 

ma Pees, Baa Pranriaoo. • 



Oysters. 
In etrolling round the other night. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas. light. 
Our careless feet, by chance aid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a screen 
Through which a Bweet bonquet was seen; 
While moEsy stone and pearly shell. 
O'er which tbe waters softly fell. 
Made that wlnaow reem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 
"btop," said my friend, "let's go In here — 
It looks so nice — and try their cheer."; 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made hi* appearance, asked our wish — 
Said they had almost any dl-h 
That we mignt name. We found It true, 
And cooked magrdjietnUy, too; 
All kinds of oysterf, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; jnst think of that, 
And If your month doo't water, then 
Ton 're different from other men. 
Thf>> 'a clam t and crabs aud terrapins ; 
In lact, we found they had within 
That cosy place all tindeof game. 
Fish, Sesh or fowl which we could name. 
While every dish wj-, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the beat Ice cream; 
So here they flock, the little alnnera, 
To get wnat they call "eucn nice dinners,** 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty -seven BuBb, 
And mere this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who (toes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyeter Bouee. 337 Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

0HABL58 HAAEE, Proprietor. 



SOn Pairs ot Hocks, 
At all price*, at t he What Cheer La unary. 



CuravoiiKT.— Madame Clara Antonla, tbe 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trace* Medium. 
hag removed to 333 Kearny et. Oonsultatlena in 
BaslltQ. Franco and German. x 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILLIS^BAND. 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL 
oeoavioof. Mmio imported, arranged 
sod for aale. 

Frlta Pipers and Mnrent M. Bin 

I-ctidiDB; Tlollni-tB. 

B»-Ord»rs frnraths country promptly »tttrjd«1 

to AdOei* M. W. WILLIS. Satoo'i Mails 

Kiom. iS8 Hot-.a^mamtrcet. or AtABOCR M. 

BLUM, 9Z9 MoptKom«rrBtre*t, ja6tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

0»» FroDcltro Sating, X"n1on, &3Z Call- 
foraiu street, corner of "Webb. 

pOB TRR HALF YRiB RHDTKO WITH THE 
' 3 st Decamri«r, l-'i. a dividtud baa breo d*- 
elared at the rate of nias aad tn-tiotn- (9R-10) 
D*r cent, par an nam oa Tartn Deposits, sad eieot 
(-) par ten-, par aofom on Ordinary Oepoaiis, frss 
ot K-te'al T««nD'»»!i(i. payable on and after 
i'i.b J»oairy. UTil. Br **-3er. 
•til : w L ViLX. WHITE, Oaasu sr. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For- 1S7-3. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



, .FOB THE 



TO-ES-^V "5T353.A.: 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Fenilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE ROMANCE AND BEAUTY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

,3 BT WILKIF. COLIJJ'S, 
IK THE 

Golden Bra. 



The "Podgers Papers," 



By * "Podijera,** la 



THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charle* Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



table talk, 

By Olive Harper, 1b 

The Golden Era 



TOM A. EA-UTK'S 
FenUletoD, lnj 

The Golden Era. 



ORIGINAL STORIES, POEBCS AKD 

SKETCHES, FASOinar GOSSIF, 
AUU8EHENT8, LITfBATtBE 
AND AST, ANSWERS TO COB- 
B£SPC.VBE\T5, ETC. 



THE - "GOLDEN EHA" 18 THE OLDEST 
Weekly Paper in the State, permanently 
MUbliahed, and more widely circulated at home 
and abroitd than any othsr on the Pacific Ooaet. 
la Oa t'oraia, tbe A tlioiio States, and throughont 
the entire Held of its area*, and rapidly increasing 
circntatios. tae "GOLDtX EEA" Is nnireraally 
reatrdedasa HUrary and family journal oi one- 
quailed excellence. 

To Advertisers. 

The "GOLDEN BRA" la a welcome Sunday Tls- 
itor In arary Horn* and Household, aad aa an 
adTertiaingmediQmitaadrantBfea most be appa- 
ractt to bnsineaa men. 

TO MAIL 8TJBS0BIBSBB, 

The Golden Era, far One Tear, S3 SO ; 

for Six Month*, S* ••), 

tSnbacriptionj to be paid in advance. 

The Golden F.rn. and Peteraon'a lVadlea' 

National Mafaalie, One Tear, 86. 

WTHE GOLPEN EBA and PETEH30NS 
LADlBti' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 
Carriers in tbe city at 12' j oenta per week. 

TBE GOLDEN BRA. ainjtle ooniaa. Ten Oenta. 
For sale at all Aewr-stands. 

Ofllee of the Golden Era, 

540 Clay street.... Saa Fraaeiro 



CONSUMPTION pre- 
vented by the timely use 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal- 
sam," the best and most 
speedy remedy in use for 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Bronchitis, Influenza, 
Loss of Voice, Incipient 
Consumption, and all Dis- 
eases of the Throat and 
Lungs. Ask for " Hall's 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price 50 cents. Sold by 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PROPRIETORS. 

Cor. Snnaome and Commercial etre«ta> 
noi4 tf 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE P-iOIFIO STONE COMPANY OALL 
tbe eeveoial attention of Architects, Engin- 
eers, and tbe Dnbiic in general, to the SUPERIOB 
QUALITY of tbe Stone dot? being manni&ctnred 
by them in tbie city onder tbe BanMime Patent*. 
They make to order and keep in etock: 
BoUdlng Fronts, Wul«r Pipe, 

hlnha. Monuments, FonntiUna, 

Tiles, Coplnx* for YValla, 

Filters, etc., etc. 

Together with Raoeome's oelebrated I- ree-Grll 

Griadstones, all of which we guarantee snperiot, 

and at a price far below that of hand-oat work. 

■r»-The attention of private parties intending tc 
bnild is respectfully solicited. 
Offlce. No. IO BUSH STBEET. Sto Franoisoo. 



THOMAS W. BREE, 

SILVER T»T.A«PT!^ , 

** MANTJFAUTURE&fl 
-^ — AHD— 

^^p B£FAIBEB( 

fjjn DRumCBaNJOS, 

^tW — AND— 

'JihEB MTS1CAL JATSTB CU£\7I 

K£TABUSHED IN 18CG. 

sar-Lecsons given on the Banjo and Dram. &AS 
MISSION &TKEET, between First and becond. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
esKionals always on hand. >aXK tf 



Declared ABjalnat the TThole World and 
the Beat of Mankind. 



PATENT EAOLE BLACKING -WARBANT- 
ed superior to any in tbe market. Manufac- 
tured by MOORE A CO, No. «lO Letdaedorff 
etr-ft, H, F. Direoilore fur Use: Woen (sond too 
thick, add a little water. Keep tbe bottle well 
oorlied. Bold by all Groocre, Jraggiat?, etc. dil 




TRAY S aiwa'Boo band. 



Alfred Tetter, 

Manufacturer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES, 

££5 Dnpont. 

HEAR SUITER STREET. . 

See ray stock cf Bird ! 
Cag-e b' f jrn parcbaeicg ; 
e -ewbere. Always eome- 
"licgnew on hand. My < 
Patent Cages, made of '' 
Tin Wire, am warranted 
FRKE FKUM YEKMIN 
Also, beat qaaliiy I'KA 
noMtf 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

€13 KKAKXl STBEET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT , 
the ahortei no tic* All Piues and 
Otgar BolderB wmaotcd gennine, and 
to color well. Metr oriu'ii PiprBaid 
walkicg Oanes Mounted and Repaired 
at lowest ba<tern Prices, aad wirn tbe best *ork- 
manahip. A large ivor ment of Walking Oanes 
and barcy Goods oi every description always on 
band. colli lm 



The Popular Beverage 

CONGRESS WATER FKO\f THE PAOIFIO 
Ooosraaa Sprinps, n^ar banta Olara. Indorsed 
by tbe Medical Faculty. its cnr*nve powers being 
equal to the celeb'nt'd Concrr>»e Water from tnt 
Springs <>t Sa>at^ga, New rork. Depot removed 
from I'.S KoifDy street to New Montgomery, one 
door from Howard. Families supplied daily. Lib- 
eral diaconnt to the travO, and orders attended to 
ptompvly. de25 lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant, 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED f 
and most popular K^atanrant in I 
San trancisco. The Tabfex. are &ap- " 

plied with the beat tn ru^rtct. Board. - _ 

by the wpek. iO§ PIKK 8TRBKT, jn-iAbov 

Mnn'-nPift rn»r">h in 



Q£<JK(i£ MAYES*; 

DEA.Lt.yt f.V OVS*rURK, ui.a^.n 
andall kindt ol Shl-JLL FISH, . 
MarisNoe. 40, 41, -Oi, CMifomta ' 
Market,, entrance- on Californ;! atraat. 

Public or private p&njef i^a famtiie* •apnliad 
rrom 6 a.m. to \l p. v. Ladieb' and Grintlemen's 



DR. IV. A. PAYNE. 

THIS OKI KRTtMED PHVSIOIAN HAS RE- 
moved his offiot from tbe Hu'- !lou<e to bis 
Flepftot .-cite oi Uoom-, No. 4>6 Keiroy street. 
H» tetlsiosr disa^st 'il'm'.i qsaatioo. Do not 
fail to call. Ail uhrocio Diaaee* (rea.ed snciees- 
i j, It. rJelS lm 



Bar Sugar 

TOOR SA'.E-.-,18 KtlKNl' STSEET. AT 
J MBROER'8. Alio, ever; kind ot 0»dlM 
Wholwale and Ret.il. 
°<fftt IT. A. HF.BCEB. 



Indian Queen Range. 

The Best in tlie Market 

MABOFAOTDItED BY 

CALEB M. HCKLFR, 
ootBt* *«« nt. 4«8 K.itrn 




MEW YORK PRICES 

HALL'S prANOS 
ForaaleatNo, IS 

- lor o t rent. Oall and 
examine for youraelvaa. 
r-Tn« . nlf Califor- 
nia- Bftdt Piano oa tba 
MMCt 



1 



,C. MULLC 

r«. ■ i 

Open C'aa 



= Figaro 



Mrt 



• AH IB** 



AT. JA > 









c: 



WO, KTI. 



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METROPOLITAN THEATRE 
Grea' ifioj if the Suson 

The Yellow Hat! EMERSON MINSTRELS 

Th8 YellOW Hat' ™ r< ' °MaP«nlo« OonsoUdated 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



lVr. J\ O. 



Fifteen Thousand Persons. 

The Yellow Hat 

■nation*, 
lacnlfl rj. 

Battalion or Amaioaa, 

lliilli.ini Armor. 
Woalfrful Colored Ugkts, 

Startling Morhatiiral Effects, 
Baser b Variety Entertainment. 

FniilrM Triflw and Noreltien, 
me.... 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

Tt» •*•!♦ f«t«ti9« • ro»bt B »tic« of At'rsctloas 
»«».r •!•« i«d !■ say Tb «*'.>•. 



fBHTtWIIir. JANUARY 1 

•nil iiniu dvkibo tbi wan. abb aatobdat Amaaoow at t. 



H 1 



30NICO, 



Mortimer. Dlxoa Tkomfitoft] 

I "'iSWSi 



I'nrl I Ililnm..||l II lit M.il.,11. 



"Olill T>1» UUII 

>"«»!" ■ . HI I II 

Ainu.. i»» nun «. rn im A* 



- VTKimitUI 

I KB I ^ 

'il.itir. ■iTr.is 

- w ' »»*' » Ylu 
"«ur mi. i.i itiiioo* 



' : v.iMI.I. 

r » j »tw »•» ll««ii AW #i« ii xw 

Goodtoyo. TJnolo Stove "" 

nni «tm HILLT RHRKIOI it IMHT 



I'lirl —.-••. .ml 



-< Ml... 



IIIIIKUMIN (i! M> T. IWKRON 



See It 



ee ItJ 



SO >*t Otlw •*«• fro* t ail to A r m , abare RMirtfd 
IvMWeM W Ncirta SIX DATS IK ADVANCE. 

• VIlV !*0 FKEC LIST. To. re will b* no «s«r- 

I»m to ifcn rate. 



HAB1 

8UUN08FB0ff eBaiAKT........ ...... ............... ...... P. K. BAKKB 



THAT RASCAL. BILLY. 



m r«'i^ 






OVERTURE ORCHESTRA 



To oooclutls with Aid BjmibV Si*uh toll Inl; ~ ~ 



sect 



3d a: tt o 3^ e des 



SIR BINJIVI1 HI KB* ADD RV MAN I MR BARIf ABV RIRR9 ... 

I t*l.\ It. BttA Ml.Sft JKNMK SHKKMAN *i«8 BAKS.BY ttlBB-1. . 

LAWYKR BRIki V. AINm.it V SUu'lTI DATAOHVB SUHMMI.. 



SAM Rl( K>Y 

it ih Hart 

CFIA.1. SUIluM 



FRIDAY I VININO, Jsotisrj Mb — 

Benen-t of Balier £txx.<X r*a,riroxx. 



MONDAY EVENING. J.naary 2'Jth-Flr, t Appi*ir*nce of 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THKATRB DOES NOT ADVKRTISE IV THE "CHRONICLE.' 



' All Bills against the AlhAmbrft Thoatre mast oe presontel henvtftor on Monday. 



IMiialoal Wouclor. 



*••'" « '• fc..... 

*>•• .In... |fc. ftrri ML. I'l.ad. 

"'■"" ,r, "l <■-,.. It,..,, 



Morll-n.r . 



WARD CHEEK. 

..i 



in, mo. 

..llfrtH'IS 



Mr. Much Bobinsoi in His C-UMgttl 

I>..~» Aa»*a« ISM OMU I r «|a 1. 1, ,,.„.,„„ 

BsMM ■*■• . a,,,, Ii|*a>a. 

llrar ■•»••», l ■•■« ... M«> La Totr.-i 

""« Walt** rstki 



0tPWJ B \D WHI-KY. Rohiow 

Ha> y Aio.... .«b.fi y 1 bo ■ 9*o i | PWlosiltD ...U. K. Ka.t.b* 



OtcD ir« 

Old Mald- 

Alo't I »«ir( . 

Il.lll.t.l 

Miuar Trnp Hoy.. 



OrohsaTUa 

> . I'-nk* ix.ii lln„n 

Mlu i Undo 

HalUe I. i r.rreat 
win l.i»ln B »i„a 



SOLO ON MAGIC FiUTE ANO KETTLE DFU.Y1, WITH ONE 

UICK, BY THE MUSICAL WONDER. 

MYSTERIOUS LODGING HOUSE 

Fr»ck MoTtlmrr W,n, r p«rk. i^or, Diion 



Onrtnre... yrob«tr» 



■om 

romle Nor a 



Kitty Zntl 

Mwcaie Brewer 



Tbo pfrfurmano« will conclude with' (SB 3 

A MANAGER'S TROUBLES 

CbaTBctori br the Oompunr. gfjpj 

A.nUI4HIUN » fl (K.NTS 

Private Boies $1, »!,.» end *J. Itmcrv d ggata V) otinU :\j 

PRIVATE ENTRANCE TO BJXES. 

Doors open at 7. Commeoot at 8 proolnelj 



Tin. Hum i. i.'inono hocies. 

pacific HOUSETT,:, r . r ^:;;'rj 

Keerar atrrrt, obi. 
ir the Pu.t 
rRKLl* 



Olympic house,";:; 




ST-TftT^TRT-BVT 



Onr Oelebratod f! M Wbite SblrU. Tbfyfit PAiivKCtLT. aad for quality *od dar*b!lliy will oirir be mito'ioi. To bi bad only st tbn 

ITCALL AND S£B THTM. I X L. aVIfOTIOH 1TOKK, «10 Kearny etreel. 



FERNANDEZ * AGUIRRE, 

t FASHION AFIi,;-: ItArTKRS. Wo. ll«.«i f* 
Pi 'Si ctraUBr, m<ir K«imr. A lino I M 
ah ',-.r. i in- nt, o( !ia'.i ami Uip' oaoiit.tnllr on J3»a^. 
b.inil. oar Hati ma Jo to order and ronovu'od \a 
tti*Bo»i-(.t atclo. ooiilrn 



A PERFECT RUSH 

KEPT X7P 

I>a,y «.n.<3. T>Tlslit, 

A.T THE OBEAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

OiO KR1BXY UTRKFT. 

A WONDERFUL BUSINESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE" IN AMERICA 

I* ■•w osTerlDtr irr*at«r Batfoln* than have 

«*cr been offered In San Franeleco. 

With our coi-Lcetlon la 

New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

from which we arc dally r*rH vlng 6o«di 
boarht at the Itwcit Ch.Ii Prices 

in otrxiftisisffo-sr. 

our Itorro is to 

X L and Undersell All 

JUST RECEIVED, 

*.«•• a«jr« Cnstlmere Pnnts, worth «« OO, to be 

Mid at S3 CO. 
«•• doaea White Shirt*, worth «1 SO, to be sold 

at 7ft eenta. 
A* eases off Heavy Vnderc.otuinr, AOe to SI &0. 

Hate. Hats. Hats. 

Fr.m «J.. lo •> SO. nld tluwhcri from 8> t. 8. 

ALSO. AN IMMENSE S'I'OOK OF 

MOTION*. r.ANOT OOUD.. I>QII«II CUT. 

I.KKV, PI PAH, OLOYES, TOBACCO, 

HAirlllA, HUHUKII coons, 

HOSIERY, E3 

Trunka, 23fVB™, "VTo.ll»oiai, 

AND IN PAUT, EVERYTHlNa, 

From a. lNocdle to an Anchor 

O.U sad tssaia. oar pilocr. scd i allit'i roaiitlrM tbst 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

18 THE GREAT 

IX Li Auction Store, 

616 KKAKXY ITSSET, 

Oae Ooor from Caniaierelal. 

FIRE QUILTED SILK HATS. WORTH $5, FOR SI 50 

9-A action Sales Every Night at T. 



tohn ho:bi_.'®, 




NONE BUT THE BEST qVAI.I'tT OF HlilH 
UAN BE HAD AT 

Stalls S, O, California Market 



PIONKEB UllOF. mMFACrOKV. 




■rTllitiM EI.KGANT CUSTOM WOKK IN TOK OITV 
frill xnd u.nln. tcods sod pikes. 1IKKRB l.W V N1PO 

■ US) «»ftro. .Ij.rt. ^"* ^f.nr r, ,itb nf l-'.ni'i 



»- X O A. 3E1. O ,> 

....THE.... 

ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... CIROOXATES IN .... 

All the Theatres, 

AlfD IS 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

B» T1W VRAB. 

GENERALLY THR0DGH00T THE CITY 

Aim- — 

On the BOATS and CARS 



THE OLD 

Hot Scotch, 

15 >I i Ion street, ueor Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM ANDJERRY IN TOWN. 

AIwmb on file ihe New York Hcrild. Harp«r'a 
Wit kly.Krunk Lashp'fj, Drj's Doing', Police Ga- 
zelle, -'I tnu i.viil'ii'nm [iiiptii', alio London 
.'i.ni'ii, lit !'.'« Life, li.ustra-t d London News. Cull 
sod : .' L ■■•'■■ ynuraelf. 

■>#r iKm'i forget tbo elgn of the Hot Scotch. 

dt7l,f OHARLKS WM. TPLDMAW. PropV. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AMD. .. 

TOM and JERRY, 

GO TO Tin: II IE ASCII 

DEIot Sootoli, 

1JI8 Mutter street, near Kenrny. 

All t>i-inli:s~Ten Oeiits 

MOT CnUWULK EVERY KIDIIT. 

nold'tt JOS. D. BHIGG3. Proprietor 



M 



DRESS MAKING. 

Irs. in. ir. B:stior, no, i« o'farrf.ll 
i trn t, is ibe p'uea tor LirJIea and atr«rjgers 
i l ting tbn ciiy to SftVS tli'iir DreB9B8 mudw in 
'- mid anmlo'!' tit. «t n mndi^TSto prtoe rie H 



EICHFDA FAMILY 

(Formerly of Chiarina's RoijaX Italian Cirntt) 

WlLI- GiVKLFSSONS UN THE VIOLIN OR 
Gti'tsr, st rnsIdenOBS (if required;, or for- 
Tiiab Mueio for Ralls or Piirtion, at moderate 
obargPB. Rcstdeoce, 8 »»• Mootgomwy "'f"* 
ODrasr JS0K40O. houroKo.lt dclilm 

J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LTJIVCH, 

Cor. 8rcoBd and Tehcma sltectsi 

■-Terrapin constantly on band. 
fOjstor* in *«ry Biyl». PBIVATE 
IiUPPiCR BOOMS FOR PAR-TIEB. 



dec SI In 



CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
ibe TbMtrfoal V-ofeioton in ■ alifornls pre- 
roa* fof!>i'ig*l*"»P» tor in»trponon in hlocmioo. 
Per«on9 wiabtog to LTftil tbi-maelvea of thtoppor- 
tunity of arquirmR a ua fa) art at a moderate cnit 
cntiBenrl iu iJioirnamej to "Osirbyaea " P. O.Boi 
1334, wban partlrnlars as to terms, eta. "ill be 
■enttA tbem. dt» tf 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 I 7 Kearny street. 



Have you beheld U? If not, you've n treat 
At PQGARZA'^ PUNCQ SALOON, In Eoaray street J 
There BONA, disciple of GRElT SQUABZA, 
Dlepen sea famed Magto Punches; rath«r 
The moat delicious mixtures yet rooorded; 
And htva with mai>y medal* boon rovrardodl 
Ladles their CORDIALS there can bId at leisure,— 
Their "TEARS" appoaae,— and Men gain "LADIIES 

PLEASURB.** 
To allay connubial dUTerences and pain. 
In "ANTI-DIVOROE" you can your end attain. 
Sip of the potent extract but one tartte, 
Sour arm, consoling, straight U round her waist 
Queeti what a "UORNINO 00MF0RF" In the feUe- 
That healtt ihn puirrel and Imparts the blissl 
The "WELOOME'* toy, you'll always flud 
A balmy poother for the troubled mirjd. 
The bright "ADRORA,"and tbo sweet "PARBWELL, 
Just visit BONA, nn I you'll all fare walll 
Ht8 "HYGIENIC BITTER3" are lhn panaoea 
For all dyspeptlcti and for dlmrhcoi. 
No Cholera Morbus ever hax boen found 
Where "HYGIENIC DITTEKS" knoolt arouna. 
BONA and SQTJaRZX, spile of all detractors, 
Have proved th<> NvUa'a greatest bonefflotor.il 
Full FORr? JltT.'T h>»lthf.4l d-la'fi yoa'U UqiT 
To aid the Man— invigorate the mind! 
Not this alonf— a Wulcuia*. you will moot 
At BONA'fl— fSQOARZ V'8) -SIT HEiUN Y STREET. 
Bemember, too, not thin fameil plioo to paas; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQOORS UUP ONB BIT A GLA88/ 



THEY HAVB TAKEN 



THE FCRST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

AH the Mechanics* Fairs. 



LiOll 8AI1E WDOLKHALB AKD BBTAII. 
at the old establishment, 1«C C.*.de*dars? 
oppo»ll«- What (Th<cr Uoom 



"PIOARO." 

THX JOTJBHAT, OF AlflJSEltEKTS. 

P shed every Dv in the Year by 
J m BOQABDTJS 

SB* Merchant »»« fi«« Wasatanton at*. 

Below Montgomery, "»n Frwcssoo. 



TUESDAY JANCABX 7, 1K3 



AMUBEMKNTS, Etc. 

California Thtatrr. 

"Anddo'tatmdoai s third w«ek last nifht 
•ritbprospe3Uasbr.sbl M •«'■ Th»r* is no 
weeriag oat tbat wonderfol lamp; tbe sore it !■ 
rabbed ts» more wealth it p-edaoM However, 
at ttsreare bat a few s-ibti longer (cr this ils.e 
to rao undersoy circntEEiacces, those who wish 
49 ss« it most not ieUy. 
Alhimbra. _^^^ 

A rerr lively bill was performed at Ibia bou-e 
las:ni*h:. Firel part, tourlads acd afWrpiece 
were a I brifbt ard eparklmc Billy k merlon 
■lade ao Immense hit in bit new af terpiece, ' Goad 
Bye. Uncle Stevi," in which be «n ably aupper'ed 
by Bob Hirt. T. Parron U bn "Hi»erni»n Genas' 
proved hiajeell at maeb at borne in Irish sssgs as 
be ii in Doteb. P F. Baker wai equally happy in 
" Bound i from Germany.'' Billy Emerson cod- 
rsl'td tbe audience with laoibter in "TbntRae- 
eal BUIy." The act of "As Llka as Two Peas" wai 
rattled cff la tne most am a si or, Hyle by Sam 
Rickey. J. Robinson sod Cbsrles Sutton, acd Add 
By man* lang*" stole burle«que of a " D.vorce" wound 
ap one of tke best bills of the sestoo. 

Metropolitan Theatre. 

A large audience was pre em at this theatre last 
nigbt. when, in addi ion to tbe grsnd ep<^o:aale of 
"fbe Ytiliw Hat." tie pantomime of ' Horn ply 
Duos ply's Dream" was par formed. T be entertain- 
ment oomaenoed with the last rased piece. 
" Hnmpty Damply'* Dream." was most cr* ditab'y 
peiformsd, tbe more so tbat the mr jorttj of those 
«ngac*d in Its representation made their firtt 
appearance oj the stags on this occasion. W. S. 
LswtenasNemo Demon, tbe Golden Horn, was 
particular!; gjed— better thin many s professions! 
pantomime artute: L. P. Ward as Firefly cii bis 
boiicess in cspital style; B W. Sears *e Redmoke 
was equally efScient ; C. T. Starr was a good panta- 
loon, and C. A. Oortis an amnsiog clown. Tbe 
leapi were taken in splendid style, tbe traps 
worked well, and everything went off I a tie most 
lively msnner. A feature of the pantomime was 
tb* coabit, one of tb* ba»t ws have seen on tbe 
sUgs for some time. Miss Ea'.y Pell mtde a very 
pretty Columbine, and retd her Hoes wi:b gocd 
expression, alies D. Myrtle, who msde her first 
appearance in the olio introduced in ' Tbe Yellow 
Hat." made a good im;reeBion, and was much ap- 
pealed for ber performance of "Love Among the 
Roses." "The Yellow Bat" and the pantomime 
will be giv.'D every night jctii further ootice. 
To ret ber tbey mske up a very liberal and very 
entertaining: ev< nine's amaserxenL 

B'Ua Union Theatre. 

As might have bean expected, tbe Grit appeir- 
anoe of Mis* Jennie Wosrall and Jliss Lil lie Belt 
at tbis theatre last tufbt drew an overflowing 
house. After a cspiU) hrit pait and intfrladeby 
Other members of the company, these two favorite 
art i it** came oat io the barletque of ' Blask-eyed 
Senjic. " iu which tbey were able to present amncb 
more favorable appearance tr an in lbs stereotyped 
eong ind danoe basinets to wbich ci reams lances 
compelled tbeos to coc&ie themselvej at tbe 
boose where tbey nude their fir.t appearance. 
alias Jenoie Worrell was a cha-mlnr. Seuian and 
sang, danced and acted witbimmeoes spirit. She 
received a besrty welcome on making ber appeir- 
m:r. Hiss Lillie Hal was tbe natttiest of little 
sailor boyr. ai William, dressed in a white satin 
skirt and blue sttin un«hisperablea. Both sbe 
and Miss Worrell gained much applause for thiir 
introduced s-nz and dance, "Riding in the 
etreet Oir." The support was very goaf?, provirg 
how strong In talent tbe eompawt at this bo ee is. 
With only one reheareal "Black-eyed Seussn" his 
Seldom bees, excelled on a first night at anythea re 
is the city. Oarrie Chapman. Jeonia Johnson, 
Minnie Fillmore. 0. Veruer, R. G. Marsh and Mat 
Kelly, deserve particular mention fori be mincer 
in waiob tbej played their parts. E. Z inmer ar- 
ranged themosio io one night acd did bit work 
well. New soenery baa been painted for tbe piece 
•edit is pat on tbe stage in excellent style. It 
will bsD'ayed again to-night with tbe first part 
and olio set forth oa our first page. 
ffhe Athftitom. 

Tbe rerformaace given at tbis boaie Is very 
vaned aad entertainicg. J. OimpodOBica. lateof 
the Alhambr* Tbea're. is tbe latest addition to 
tbe company. His performance! on tbe pandean 
pipes, drum and otber instruments, are extremely 
good, and form qa<te a feature in the programme, 
Tbe acts of "The Mysterleua Lodging House,' 
"Bad Whiskey" and ' Hard Cheek'' are very am j 
tag, and tbe afterpiece sends ibe audience borne 
in bigk good bnmor. Four hours of fun, music 
and minstrelsy for VL cents is cheap enough. 

Silvio Roi-i's Benefit. 

LOa the9.h Signar Silvo Rossi, ib artiste whote 
talents are well appreoiated by tbe San Fraccisco 
pnblie, will be tbe recipient of • complimentary 
benefit at Pacifio Hall. Sigcor Rossi is. ss it 
were, stranded faere through an operatic ship- 
wreck. A concert will bs g vto on tbe ecoasion 
and some of tbe best talent in the city will assist. 

AKiTOinoAL MrsEUif.— One of the most 
•omptete collections of tbe kind in the United 
States, comprising hundreds of ooitly and beau- 
• ltnl w.-x models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
Only) at \fcs Museum on Montgomery street. An 
Soar mar be profitablv >q*i' here. 



To AcTwasxe.— For Bale at a grsat gacrlace 
ot 88 Geary street, tii e'egont Bilk dreaiee, *ne> 

quxlled for qaal.ty and style. s 



Dlaxxtoxid Catai-rn. Remedy 

la a Bare cure for Oatanh or Cold*. A*k yotw 
Ongwjisj for It, or tend to Dr. A. F. Evox, No. 
9 Post itreat. • 



Phdtojrropnic CarOs. 

At one dollar per dozen at the People* Art 
Qaliery, 34 Third etreet between Stevenson sxd 
Mlsaion street. z 



Off nbach stna Opera BoatTe. 

OffcnbiCj begin ty wiit Dg bdieII pieas 
in which only two psreocs took part; these 
wers performed in Lia own facusa. The few 
spxtttjrs laogbed, jested and ipplaode^, 
and thus be wu erc:uraged to go a ttip 
bighi r. After many eff.r s be ob'aiced (be 
direction cf a little theatre in tbe Ctampf 
Etyeees, daring tne first Expoait on in 1856, 
where be made bis debnt with "Benx Avtu- 
glee." Tbe entire coat of this tiifle wts 
made up cf two first-rite comic stngeis, and 
it-i success was bo great that in a short t ma 
all the gamins of Paris whittled and all tbe 
baod-crgats ground out its frish melodies. 
At tbis time Offenbach condncted two tbea- 
tree— ths one jast spoken of, daring tbe 
tummer, and, dariog tbe bslanca of tbe 
ytar, one in tbe Fa-sage Choisenl, wbich be 
named Bouffea Farisiens. He put on iha 
s'age a aeries of cpTrettss, for wbich he re- 
ceired univeiBil approbation. Boon after 
t/jis the liberty of tbe etage ta! granted 
him, and tb s gave bim the right to com* 
p:se oreraa with as maoyacts as be ple£S:d, 
and with unlimited casts. He next brought 
cut " Orpbee aux Eofcrs," wbich was per- 
formed eigtt hondred times in Paris, and 
in the provinces and foreign countries it 
it was equally popular. Since then be has 
compcBod innumerable pieces, whioh bave 
been successful enough in pleasing tbe great 
mass to render op;ra biuflfe as well koown 
ss colored minstrelsy, or any other popular 
trifle wbich finds more favor with the lower 
ten thousand thau with the upper ten in 
musical circle?. 

A Washington Jimmy McGinn. 

Thera ;s a woman in.Washiogton who has 
buried five hosbanr's. Recently she mar- 
ried a sixth. Upon tbe day of the wedding a 
man cilled at thehome of the groom, at kid 
for tbat gentleman, and then proceeded to 
measure his body with_a lape-Iine. Tbe 
iDfaiuated groom entertained an idea that 
this might perhaps be a man sent around by 
his tiilor. After the ceremony in the 
chu ch, however, tbe husband was surpriecd 
to observe this same person Etanding in the 
vestibule and winking furiously at the bride 
as the party came out of ths carriages. Ja?t 
as they were starting off the mysterious be- 
ing pot his heid into the carriage window 
aDd whispered to the bride: Got a ready- 
made one that'll just su't bim! Beautiful 
fit— beau-u u-tifull VThen the happy ^man 
demanded the name cf the ititroder, the 
bride blushed and said she believed be wai 
some kind cf an undertaker. Then the 
man was not S3 happy. He was hardly 
happy at all, and a certain gloom sserued 
to overcast tb.3 honeymoon. Perhaps 1L.3 
undertaker was rather too prompt. But 
still, we like to see a man take an interest 
in Lis bo6iness. 



London Theatres. 

The ft-liowing is a s'atement of the aver- 
age number, nightly, of the audiences and 
employees of tbe twelve theatres, lying 
within a quarter of a mile radius cf tbe 
Strand, London : 

Drury Lane — Average audience, 4,000; 
employees (before and behind tbe curtain}, 
1,100. 

Oovent Garden— aulienoe, 4,000; employ- 
ees, G00. 

Queen's— Audience, 2,500; employees, 154. 

Lyceum — Audieno?, 2,500 ; employees, 
130. 

Vaudeville— Audience, 1,900; employees, 
120. 

Adel phi— Audienca, 1,800; employees, 136. 

Charing Cress — Audience, 800. employ- 
ees, 65. 

Optra Comique — Aulience, 1,090; em- 
ployees, 60. 

Ktraud— Audience, 1,200; employees, 100. 

Olympic— AudieEC\ 900; employees, 60. 

Gaiety — Audience, 1,500 ; employees, 150. 

Total— Audienc:s, 22,680; employees, 
2,725. 

Mis. PreEBcott, of McGregor, Iowa, Ee- 
cured the premium for the finest baby at 
the Northwestern Iowa Fair. Sbe is twen- 
ty years oil, and her Eeven months' urchin 
weighed thi ty-one pounds. 



Gen tie 111 on. Attention: 

For the mos " comfortable snd luxurious shave 
bo (nreasd call st O.L, Sussxid'sP*Uo& Shaving 
and HslrdreailDg Ss!oon, 22* Montgomery St., 
oppueite Bnsa Hcose, up-suiri. OUj the most 
.ekElfclEj' employed. b 



Tlie President'* Messi^e. 

Pesos and profpsrity are the key notes of this 
dccanseLt. Cfce-pness and durahlity are toe 
characteristics of H. Luchslnget's furniture. 
AU Bhoold visit his emporium, 735 Market 
strwt, snd iFcertain tew chesily a house csn 

be f arniibM, a 



ieiith una ricasure. 

Tcere a«e not too many pleasures In Ban 
Francisco. Nothing is more pleejant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into tne conc- 
ur cow and then. Those who carmot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, con And one 
squal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnege rtand. Frank Boo- 
ton has there, and at bis stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriagea of every description. Hla 
Irrrers are careful and exrxrienoes, hla charges 
ire moderate. The moral of the above is; 
■0 to Frank: Bonton at tne occidental Hotel 
JThen you want a carnage. o 



Still Alive! 

Wbfn looking for Holiday preeente, go 1 1 tbe 
TSkw Toex FHOTOonarH Gjlixebv, No. 35 Third 
street, and see these beaut i ml portraits in oil, 
water-colors and iLdio-ick. P.-ices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper thin at any ether 
nrtt-clan gallery In the city. Bonember ihe 
place— B. F. Howlacd ft Co., 26 Third et. 



Or. Doherty 

Haa devoted his atody more partieularly to 
ehronlo and specine proetloe, and ae such la 
now the most suocesnful of any PhyBlclan in 
San Francisco, Office 619 Sacrameniat irreet, 
corner of Leideadorfl, a few doors nelow Wha) 
Oheer House, * 

Dr. Barlow J. Smith 

Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygelsn Hsll, 637 California street, 
every Friday evenlrg, commencing at 7 X o'clook. 
A Dart of ihe evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for pstlects.. Dr. Sml b glvea 
phrenological examinations in reaord to health 
I io lBTahaa fitaiiy, ixwa a w • r u , tree, w 



JLVJEBY DAY. 9 

Oh, !r;fllcg tasks so cf en done , 

X t ever to be done anew! 

O cirep, tbxt corte wi.h evry .-he. 

Uoin *fter mm. the longyeiri tbtougb; 
We shrink beneath their pal 1/ away. 
. The irkeome calls of every day. 

Tie re tlais sense of wott-d power. 
The tiresome round of little tbings, 

Are bard to bear se hour by hour 
Its tedious it( ration brloRS; 

Wno tball • vide 1 r who delay 

Tie tmalt demaoJs of ere ry dsfj ? 

Tae bowlder io the torrents course, 

BytUe s?d tempe»t lathed la valo. 
Obeys the wavi-whtrlsd pebble's force, 
gC"" A" d yl Ids its tubslatcc j rain by tr^in; 
So crumb e strongest Jive* nw&r 
Beneath the wear cf every dy. 

Who finds ths lion in his ta'r. 
Who tracks tbe tiger lor hts life. 

Hay wound them e'< r they are aw*r?. 
Or cotquer tbom in deeparate stri ie ; 

Tet pow< r>£s be to e catbe or slaj 

The vexing gnats of evtr/ doj. 

Tbe sttady strain that tever Etops 
Is mightier than tbe fiercest abock; 

The oon tant fall of wa:er-«rops 
Will groove tbe adamantin; rock; 

We fe»l ocr notlestpow.rs decay 

In feebla wi n with ev. ry day . 

We rite to meet a heavy blow — 
Ocr tools a sndden 1 ravtry fllu — 

Bat we endure not alwayj to 
The dr. p by drop of lutle 111b; 

We Btill depli-ra and still obey 

The bar jo behests of every day. 

Tne btar: wbish boldly feces death 
Upon tbe battle-field, and daras 

Caocon and bayonets, faUti benta'h 
Ihe needle-points of frets and caref; 

The stoutest spirit* th?y dismay— 

The tiny t tings of every day. 

And even lain b of holy fame, 
Wbose sonla by fiith have over .ome, 

Who were amid ihe crael flime 
Tbe molten crown of martyrdom, 

Ber: not wltbont compUint olway 

The petty paUs of ever/ day. 



Vivid! 

A New York letter writer, speaking of 
recent advertising dodge?, savs: I under- 
stand tbat Sherman, tbe verm;fage man, is 
about to get out tsn-foot repreteotations of 
that wondrcu; group, Tbe Laocoon, to 
which be will triumphantly point, and fay: 
i'lhat's me without my trows;rs struggling 

with the wcroos." 

* 

A doet.-r, like everybody else at this Bea- 
son, went out f.r a da;'s fp>rt, aud com- 
plained of having killed nothing. "Thai's 
the consequence cf baviog neglected your 
business," observed the wife. 



A pV;l:sofher who married a vulgar but 
amiable girl, used i> call his wife brown 
sugar, became, he said, she was sweet but 
u defined. 

A Happy New Tear. 

What a pie*: are it is io meet a smiling counte- 
nance, whether it be on tbe etreet or id the par* 
lor. Acd why la it that rome faces wear a contin- 
ually happy look ? It is simply because tbey live on 
a plsio, nutritiooB and eabstsniial diet. Tbat man 
is a pnblio beaefsctor who will conscientiously 
serve as with a dean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Lonis Meyers. nroDnetor of Ihe "Wbite 
Hons'." K'arny street, also of the Capitol Ree- 
tanraot. Fonrtb street, doe* ft. as hundreds can 
eotbu»)£9ticfclly tts'i-j-. Ilia k uh di are marvels 
of ord r acd cleiDlmeei. 'try bim, and y en will 
tioO it Impossible to est elsewhere. 



Ladles and Gentlemen 

Who bave been fufferinp from various com 

plalLts for year?, are cbtilning rtlitf from Dr. 

Aikin, at 137 Montgomery etieet. He performs 
delicate surgioal operations, and 1b daily effect- 
log remarkable cures of old-standing diseases. 
Tbe Doctor Is a competent, sclent fie physician, 
and the effiicted can consult him with confi- 
dence. • 



Live Well. 

Those who est good dinners are amiable. 
Sad feeding is tbe causeof many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Bestauront, on Wash. 
lngtob treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, acd are consequently bap{ry, Henry 
Bocken, who nae catered for the public since 
1819, provides for bis customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Bcimagundi soup, gome, teme geese, 
deliolous entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The beet cub of tea In the 
city — Englhsb breakfast tea — Boachong asd 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. a / 



loore, 

Formerly of Bhbs House Carriages, can be 
'ound in front cf Coleman Bros, clothing e&- 
abliBhmenr, southwest corner Uush and Mont- 
gomery sis., or Dexter Stables. Carrtaae orders 
left at either piaoe promptly attended to day 
or night, at rednced rates. bo 



Holiday Punches. 

There ore no Flinches for the Holiday tatles 
thatcomparewlthSquaisa's. Fqoiiz.'e Puntbes 
are famous for the high ait shown in tbeir man- 
ufacture, the btjpy ccmbinitlon of wboleiome 
tonics, and tbeir delicious flavor. Bona, the 
dlBciple of ibe great Sqaarzs, has prepared 
forty different kind of puuoheB and co-dials for 
the Holiday table*. Por sole at tae new branch, 
317 Eearnv street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
1.0 Leidesdorff street. w 



Everjbody Suited. 

There U no end to tbe mnititade of fashions 
ia hats. At *• Tub" Bat frtDre, 6*7 Wasbicgion 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all tbeae 
nrw btjles can be fonnd. Tbe sto k Is Immense 
—the prices sr* reasotaMe. Everyone who 
goes there is arrre to be mited. a 



PTat» f.>r Holidays 

"Tax" Hat Store, 6i7 Wa»hinfiton street (sec- 
ond hat ttore below Ktarny), ie the plice to go 
to boy you? holiday lists. Finest bats, largest 
assortment and cheipeet bat store In the city. 
Bemtmber, No. 6*7, second hat ttare below 
Kearny, on Washington street- e 



SeTvint Machines for Sale or to Rent, 
Obeap, st 116 Poet etreet. Also, Agency for 
UilU's adJuaUbie Ixtwdle, x 



French Cookery* 

Max AdeUr soys : A certain club in this 
city gave a sapper a tbori time ago, and en- 
gaged a French caterer to serve it up. The 
committee inetiucted bim to maks the 
obicken salad, for economy's sake, half veal 
aod half chicken. At tbe banquet every- 
body declared tbat it was tbe vealiest chick- 
en EaJad that ever disgraced a supper table. 
Upon investigation it wss found tbat the 
Frenchman, in trying to get tbe thing ex- 
actly bslf and half, had bought one calf and 
one chicken, and chopped the whole of both 
together t I* it any wonder tbat these peo- 
ple cannot run a republic? 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring eomfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect ths fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne buliding is a verv fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. , 

Lever Buckle Muspendera, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
•rhere — at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



Holiday Candles, 

Fresb, sweet and delicious Candie?, of every 
variety, atM A. Meroej'e pioneer confection. 
ery, 378 Kearny street. Wholesale ana retail, o 



Whitoxaer. 

Jastxs C Skexe&s. 31 Second street. 



FIGARO 



CIRO0LATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME ES 
every Theatre in Ban Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 
oat tbe centre of the city, io all Hotels, Bee. 
taarants, Saloons, bterei and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS CrBCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland r errj-Bo&ts to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by tbegreot Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL TPE 
pricoipal hotels in California, Nevada md 
Oregon— tbe papers lett in tbe theatres at light 
being gathered op and saved lor that impose. 



FIGARO 

IS ** HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
in U e Tbeat es, Traveling Conveyances, Hotels, 
and pnblio resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST SOOTETY, IS 
plaoed in tbe hands of nearly all who come 
to the city to make pnrchasee, and is therefore the 
best of advertising mediums. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Germ an Savings and Lodb Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE DB- 
clsred a dividend of nine (91 per oent. per 
iDDam on Term Deposits, aod ssvea and one bslf 
<?H) percent, per usom on Ordinary Deposits. 
free of federal Tsx, for the aix month* ending 
DflCfmbcr 11, iSTJ, Dayable on and after January 
15, 1672. Hj order. 

GEORGE LETTE, Secretary. 
Ban Franoisco. Deosmber Ji, 1372. j*3 2w 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

658 Sacramento street. 
(Tbe First House below ELearor street,) 

FOB FORNISHING WBITE AND OHINKSE 
R*lp ot ail kicdi.- General Bn-in&fa 'geocy; 
Collect Rent*, Notes snd Acoonois; Whit- and 
Chinese Laborers sapplied for Families. Hotels, 
Farm;, Factories, eto. 

CHAS, F. BECntEEE A CO., 
deS8 ia OSJ £aciamento ftreet. 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BoobMUen and Ststtlon^re, 
H. H. Moore, €09 Montsjomery, near Merchant. 

Botcher*. 
Rats, Fred. Stalls 94 to 10U. California Market, 

JUrnsa Fonnderlea. 
Weed k Kingwell, California. 125 First rt. 

French Fancy Goods. 
Looon A Co.. 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 S ntUr. 

Herman Hair. 
Sampson. A. E. A Co.. 110 Second street. 

Mnsle and Musical Instruments. 
Keene, O. 0„ mf tr. aocordians, repairer of all "n il i 
mneioal instramente, 303 Kearny. 
Maccuronl Hanafaelarera. 
Brignardello, Maccbiavello A Co., 706 Sanaonw. 

Wlnei and Liquor ■. fWboleeal.,) 
Danen F. A Oo.. 504 Front. 

TVril lener. 
James C. Sellers, No. 31 Second street. 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Easiness at the corner of Saoramento and 
Leideeiorff strests, and 

RemoTed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, infntare, oondnot the game lice of bnsin 
at the new location, in con-eot ion with the office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom be has united his stock aod business, 
tb 5 making tbis 

THE LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFICE 
\H THE STATE, 

And sffordiog unsurpassed facilities for Printing, 
of every description. Personal attention will be 

Riven to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

Mr Engravers stand st the bead of the profes- 
sion, a-s samples on the dead-walla of the oity will 
testify. 

A call is solicited from my friends and the pub- 
lic at my new quarters. 

H. P. TATLOB, 

deilna £83 Clay ■ treet. 






ARION 

•Pianoforte. 



D 



EOL4RFT) FT THE JUTGE8 AT A LATE 
Fair of tbe American Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial satinet Stsmway'e, Cbfckerine's, and 
others, to be Trl*. rJtST ON rCXHTBITION. •*. 
CVRTAZ, sole Agent, SO O'FarreU street. 
N B-— Pianos of all styloe TO RENT. mart 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

ANT AND ALL PERSONS TBAT HAVE 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can bave tbo 
amount refunded at the office of tbe undersigned 
upon the presentation of an order from the 
Mayor and Oity and County Attorney. 
delStf A.. A17STIX. 




J* OLD 

DAVE Mh.VDES h CO.. at the 
._ _ old original R*d Lion. 19 Geary 
etreet, between Ke>rny rnd Dupont, where yon 
cm bave HOT AND OULD DRINKS, not forget- 
tiog tbe old Pioneer Lunch. The "Old Sport" ia 
always on band. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

THE TJNDEBSIGNED, WHO HAS BEEN 
over twelve yeare connected with the press of 
Melbourne, and ia well known by tbe members of 
the profession in tbe Colonies, begs to iitlmato 
that he is prepared to give experienced advice te 
all persons professionally visiting or meditatini a 
visit to the Australian Colonies. Fee moderate. 
Punctuality in dispatching replies may be relied 
upon, 

WTLLlAa- HENRY WATERS 
12Victoria Chambers, ' S Collins • treat. Ma4- 
-■oame. Asitralia. feff tf 



ALOBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

jBaat FLNELY FUP NISHED ROOMB. SIN- 

jSffy gle or in snits, 

S"'f "Wr.ll X.li(hied and Ventilated. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KlNDi» OE THE FINEST -CANDF 
made at our Stoam Candy f*ot->rj d.iilj. AU 
ord *>r". «D«.-»a!ly from tre OCHctrr, ar3 soli cite J 
and will be promptlr atieniUd to. 

CANTV k WAGNKB, 
lot Vftnteniimrv at, t)#rTS*i*tor 



CENTRAL 

NO. 113 GEARY STREET.* 
Best a«oommodatione for W a A «. ,. a 
Families in the city. Private »Jaa"*lJ^ *■ 



Sbampooing. Oblldren'a Hair neauy out. Ladies* 
Sbsmr-ooins M cents. 
1 171m T. OOFRIVEAO.ProDHeUs. 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

HAYVARDS. 

IOKY OAKEb PROPRIETOR 

Plrst-Claes Hotel. 

J515 Rm 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASsORTMtNT OF GENTS* FDR- 
msiinje Goods to r.e bird gocd and obeao. at 
the"ul.DOORwKH," J. LKVY^.Slw Montsom- 
•ry street. -Inetico given to all. Don't forcer, the 
numb:.", 51© Alon'soxery street. deft lot 




»A» r»t«CHCO. IlllIHT. JAMARV -, . IB1.1 



*•*• TW1. Wm. I«. 



M ud 110 p r Heath 

WESTJjjo'jOTEl, 

■ «««>«« "1 •>• 




CALIFORNIA THEATRH. 



BELLA UNION THL. .E 



I r^arUro Oljniplf Club 
Humpty Dumpty's Dream! 






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M * l< I I i 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



rAKi 



- •»« Of T» • 



wits blanche clifton Slat Premiere AssoluTa. BETTY RIGl, the Premiere Darseuse. EMILY RIGl, 



THII 
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A»T '. 



MHifllMI 
Ills Tlirro Tuloi 



ilocl < nll,li.-n 



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YELLOW HAT! 



TMl» KVKRIHO 



JAKURAY I 



E'T, 
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fATaBmaMalaC . 



t«« quhmhii iiiniitiiD .rs.riiir in ■ irn, nTiti.rD 



- Aladdin; or, The Wonderfal Lamp! 



.ENINU JAHIU»T1 

i liln u -v . ,, To-Nlgrfct. 

.11 :>mi. w , pREUBLXi 

* I. 11. I. 11; HALL 

n i*k l(«4 ft*.,... 

"AM 
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US 



. a. * f .wed .• 1)1 *•-• 



aeebaated Olnlm Ed. MnntlRM 



... J.M.I. «•»■ 

OLYMPIC LODOIKOI. 



»rro» 



- 

AAARAAO* 

liuir 

mi Toiurot., 

.ir «ir » fin 



Ki»»"HI •» «■••• M.l 



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vi«» Htoni* noon 

w. « »r»nt«« 

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WAI.TH H. LEIIA* 

» M. TIUTftl 

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Hampty Dumpty'g Dream! 

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IHMOIITlli*, 

0«l" I I. rLTin-TOS 

odi or in uvr _ join wniij 

out or thi tiftit Him i.orm i< it-- 

rftmcBM p»p»otLruDOf» mas iimi waltox 

»»»r MIR3 01BIIII WT\TT 

- .MH> M A CIMVlltlB 

' MRU. 0. ft RUKlURl 

"!>»•. m.l.4,1, of Riil*. o«rr. llTitno... Oa.nl.. aii.o4.bi., R'»» 



MftKnillriiit Scenery by Porter! StnrlliiiK Illmlonn! Gorgeous Costumes! 



I. — Tift* Ht rl.Unt ftffn. I.-Thf rt.nil. 
— * 4t.rr». rial. W.^.r 4.-1 ( hln-ir 
»'M. R.-Rninl «p>rl«Mli In 1 1 •> ft**!.... 
>all. i4n.r. "r.n.n - It lmi.4 Olnr. m..h. 
*m.ft I'm... U'«'. r.nnl.ln.tft.d tho W.»«. 
.«•... I hi... a D.nr« b. Aladdin nnil Ha.. 



OLIO. 

I ilt<# n.rllr.,. 
All A.*>« 1*4 ■•••• H<>* P Myrtle 

■ •*l» Ml -ad •» •»« etaka Wallace 

KRiou kmiiw or THI AMAZUH* 



Ltod of Fbtbh, or Halls of Dazzling Light 1 

ftaTUBDAT Af i tRnOoJt. Jea 4- 

<«rnn.l Yellow Hal Mntlneo ] 



AOT SECOXTD. 



hjr M'llre HCril nn d rUII.Y IIUI. -nd « nrp< 
•if II.. I rl. «|niillni \iit.I...llr Art* l.i M. Chrtron 
m««I hla ihirr (hltdran. llriflrtl (horai -od Tab- 

■A.OT TZXIRC 
■eon* 1 .— T hln»M- itrr-ct. Vi>n»? S.-Filrrlnr of 
AUddn't I' u luce. Merje D.-ftardrii «»f tin- I* .lurr 
-rene ,.-Hwirii''ii h*in1u'r. Nitri' 5.— Ihi* F,> lag 
PaA-Art*. Hrenf •.—To* •*>»•,»», ore-. m »c«nr- 7. — •#« o«t n 
Id * M -V. V.'l loi-. R»..*..f ». — | he Oardf n*. Nn-nr 



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tW*«<> 1 M«i-t«pH>.-« <"i.*C. «r'ne », - Or nrtrf I>. -TNr Pl.ii n »* h -rr I In- P ,%• nf. .t ..nl. r'-.i U .. I t n 

r»lr>ar«- 1» ih" Ka|h| lltth. 'lVtrlll I >nilul n nirnr VI ul lin'ir. nun. Hnai Churoa mid *I«ri 
«<-«-*** tt -MuiRpR . « Cl«1 t*«f "rcfio t . - < ..,■«•**)<* Ii Aerabitlr I'hU. Urimd M.Urt dr 4'hlonll, i. \ 

U»Nrt>. »*r if ft.- react if ..-»<.(<■ rn« Mr>ind Pr . - | 1 - i f. Ittoi, u .rl turpi He llullet. M'ttnd Cburna. 
r-rtttna of liiatrrnt. Wrmd Mullet of Silver ACuya, | Brinrn of the f"nl iff. II ippy D«no««>Mieni. 

T lio FamouN Comndinn, 

]VE-I=L. JOH1V T. RAYMOND, 

WILL SHORTLY BFOIN AK RNdAGRMENT AT T|)tS THKATRk. 



Krarrrfil He«l»»— T>r*a* OirOlt ■£<* OrellMtn... 

Rrifrtid "r-ia-FU oodt 

Dr*M Cifcl* AdtDlMlOO 



ruirca or AT>uueioi«. 

SI *• Bkloooy 

7S Gal'irr 

....St OO PrtTkU Boi»» , 



*o 

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l>ii«% L*4f«r 














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come unn ir 





... cmiiu virur 


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ft.mn A Aimatrong. 








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Don r •■ 

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O'ldlll fttHM, C»»r>»d br M. Rabaull. 

THE BRIDE OF ASNIERES 

M. M r»'Rt, ciropritl t nf lt» lap a 11 inc 

, ■■ 
MMnr M< r'ar <a. tru.lnj lor pIMaar* K »•. Marao 

Ch». ^ "htRIBI 

IU*»t.., HUKct. BCUMIDT 

... trrai-n tbb n.i.i.rT ... 

Oraatf l*aa de Deam Hme. 1 hn«»e and M Schmidt 

O«aclodioc with 

The Breal Parisian Can -Can Qnadrllto 

M-dlcj Orartnra OrobMttA 

OouctadlQf with tha Bnrlaaqua of 

Black-Eyed Scusan! 



SKU8AN 

WlilUH 

C»t»». Ofotalraa 

Lo>d Admiral 

Ailnril or the ll'i* 

Aorairalof ta* Valloa... 

Ilitchatt 

Riknr , 

I> it R r\ •■ 

(timbr-lo 

I>nm» Haartlr 

D^llf liajfliwor 

Almlnl o\ tr.a Whila..., 

Mi;« Nancr 

Mi-« B?'»-y 

Jack. »■•!! 

Tern Y»rn 



HIM* -JKNMK WCHKKLL 

.aims Lii.Lin hall 

a Vcrnar 

J H. Lirkio 

... O.im. Coopar 

Ohfti. Cooper 

Carrla C'hipnaa 

V'llDi* Johnvoa 

M*i K-llf 

T. BrM 

h. U Marah 

AliDQi- Killmora 

Will Dark 

Osrria Arioitronc 

Mt«« ln*apblr.a 

M'llaOarfatta 

Joaia MajOeld 



140 Second StreoL 140 



SWAIN'S BAKERY, 

E*tal>lt«l>o.l In '9(1. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES. 

Kittpl It Ko. 14R ruriA il.'Ht,udll 
N*. I4>1 • Rto«kMa iu««L. 

THC BKRT Ql'lLItT or 

w oddlug Onlto 

ALWAYS On 1IASD 

iviri v vuirrv or 

Cake for tlie Holidays. 

rl OmiAM. UHARLOTTR RURRR, BI.AHO- 
MA.fOL JSLLIKS. llCft mid* loordftrand 
of in. IM4A numi'i 
»•>«■)« U R. «« A IX .1: I II 



HAIR. 

TBI OtUAPtRT PI \'!F. IX BAM FRAXOIBOO 
TO ED» 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Cood-i, Cheap and Fine 
Jew jiry & Fancy Coods, 

IB AT TOX 

HEW YORK 8TORE. 

a. n. sampsox «t oo., 

ft*. 1 tO ajreood alrcet, 
aoatlai Hatarwa Mlaalan amd Hinaa. 



Attention, Good Livers! 



MR- r. BlHOKfl. PORMKRLY 
DToprlatoroF t«a Min«n* R«a- 

IXKSb ftf tt*" V" "»-*C»oiaat 

Of both tba Mloara' (UiuorMt oa 
Ootnaitrotal itr»at » D d tba Mmara' 



•fcMJo.S* MMkatatraa*. to partaarahip altD MR. 
A. DRAYEUR. who baa baao oooiravtad with tba 
Bras lor jatra. Iwprof araaoU hava baaa mada la 
ibaoaia'Dadaparlmaoti that will raadar tba ML 
Dara'aaora popular thaa It haa aTar baan durtnt 
Aha n t—nmt it* proaparity- Onr BHlaof Fart 
•ojbraoa all tha daiio'oiaa of tba aaaaoo. Oar 
motto U "liood rata. Good Uookloa and AiodaraU 

P. BEISII dk OO.. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

SSI and SSS Oomaaaraia*. aad 
7SS Markatatraat. 
Opan from 9 A.U. to 10 »jt- aoal In 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

l SCASaeraaaeata at,, cor. Leldeadar AT. 

(Sxoflloa of P.M. 8. S.Oe.) 



_ ' wa will aodaator to am t. Wa What to abara 
yopr n-dera. Opaa lha ooca>Df w«4,V. 
OXdA US STjUTTO. A 00,. PmpTt, 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre, 

CHEYENNE.eWYOMINC. 

THK OiDHlMOMiu WOULD MOST KK- 
apaetfollr raprtaaot to you and fa pnbllo Rao 
"any. thai ha la now prapirad to fori iib facll- 
it •• for aiatbi'i'ina of a*aif kind and obaraotar, 
wblob ahooli daiar*a tha o^tronafa of tl.» pub- 
lic Ha bas rraoial a* nh*>yona. Wyotnlof. A 
LAROR AM) 0JMHOD1OU-I Ha LI,, wilbsrool 
(loacarr ard 8taia Tto Hall la wall veDttlatad 
aod litbtad, and mad* eocifor ah a for all aaaaoaa 
of tba jaar. TilK BKST Of MUSIC, both btriuf 
aad B'aaa. can b« forniibad at all limaa, 

sa'ia(»c*o'y arranaameo'a will ha mada wltb 

TUKATRIOAL 0k7)IHRR I 0MPAN1M-L eich- 

•r for Rantioajof Hall or parformaooaa od a par- 

ca ot*#* of the rocoipt*. O.rr* jrx>n.1nnr« •olioltad 

Addrtaa. J. MoDANIRL, 

Lock Box No. 1.0bay«Doa, Wyomiot. 

Iff. B — Oorioaftiaa waotad for tha ObaTeooa 
Moaatna. Tbota whins <«na:»Bt>m»nta, state low- 
aat taraa for tba Wlntar S**ioo, aiooloa; photo- 
graph to nj addraaa. Half Paaaadte Honor ra- 
Tacdad afiar Blltaa* rn»rvp*-Rnr>n'a. 

JAMKB IrlcOAFURL. 
Proprietor Cnpyoona I baatra aad Musearn, 
oaU 3 m 



Chajoooe I baatra and Museum. 
Look Box No. 1. ObaiODDa. W. T. 



CHEYENNE_TH£ATRE. 

Professionals Wanted. 



STX FIRST-OLASS PROPLR.-MU8T HAVR 
good Wardroba. foar Ladioi and two Geo- 

lUn'D to bo (root) in (Tfnaral baafnova fir tho oom- 
idk tfiBtor iri'oo, comaiuDOin* the tirat weak lo 
NoTembir, 1S7L Addra-a atatiot; lowaat tarmi, 
with Photograph, ilalf Kara raiondod after Ail- 
ing a a gase moot. 

JAHRS MODANTFL, 
Proprietor Oh«ranor> Tbaatra aod Museum. 
oo33 Look Box I, Cheyenne, W. T. 



A BAD HABIT 

AORRAT MAHV HKROHANTI 
havegot Into of chnrglng more for 
Ikela* o»«di dnrinc the Hsiiduyi than 
at any alhar time. At the old atuad. 
No. S Aetond atreet, won will alwaya 
Sad at BHlf.tr an prlcea aa larva aiaarf- 
aient mt Salrta, FAralahlaa; Oaodi and 
T»llol Artlelea at low«et rataa. Tbat'a 
the e»l nee ta not aenalble Holiday Prca- 
ajaaSk. 

JBKaVKDIOT A Co., 
No. 8 Second atreet. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIlgaiNIA CITI, KEVAlrA- 

f*Bl8 KLKOAITT THRATRE HAS BRBlff RR- 
M. daoorated, and e*n ba ranted by tba night oi 
3* tba weak. Sura and trataJtng oompanlai 
ItDontllr traatod with oo application by latter 
OC11N PIPER, 
Manaararand aola Proprietor, 
Or to 5. ML MrOAUE. 
ejSO waabloa^ra atraat. Han r**minl»wi 



MONS. ALEXARDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WSLLKJOWJ PIANIST AND V0- 
o.llftt. r.0B.n. Now Ooarft*. for Piftno Knd 
•IniiiMr br b[. .ailriilr N.w and hitnplfi.d fT.iem 
- lb. .bort.it Id .iI.i.eo.— ...dm. ma.io .t .If hi. 
AwnipiMm.t., Rlarm to. P.rlor or OoocorU, 
».!!!£!?». W,to " U ^ 0»U»Mli a«» SUfTftS 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING. DRAMATIC, MUSICAL. LECTURE. AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms lO and 17....020 Washington street. 




WAM'RH IUUEDIATKLY t 
TWO FIR9T VIOLINISTS, TWO KND MRN, TAMBO AND BONES, ONE MIDDLE MAN 

....ALSO.... 

AoroIm(i(% Gymnastio and Equestrian Talent, 

ALL F'iR THIS OHY. 
■S-AddrMs. etatlog full ptrtloa'are and lowutt terms, 

Nlll HIHVN COROTN Sl CO. 

atr-LAURA HONEY— An Important tlltll fof you. 



FREE AND EASY. 

KTERT IATCRDAT IfflGlTT. 

Piano and SAnarinsr atsr.M. 

D. BARRY, Chairman. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

SO0 lflaalon atreet, n«nr Second. 

deWl J. EAOLKP, Proprietor. 



M 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 



L. BLAIR'S, 

V Kearny «trf*t. 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

M MB PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Panaiao Ladiai' Uoderwoar. FRENCH 
OOBSBrBof all pnoea and q lalltiee. read* mada 
and to order. No, flai bacramooto gtraat, below 
aa 1*3 ii 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 
oho:e» hotjsjej, 

Sntnraer atreet. oaTKearny betvauen Pino 
and CnUfornla, 

TBB FINEST FRRSII BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED 0YBTBK8 »ar«d ioaoy 
atylo. Every thiog oootad lotba beat maonar. 
aw Tba Floeat Llonora aod Olgara. 
■taf-EIednntSnlteaof Rooma far X.aullca. 
geV-OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 

R. J. 1EJHAU A P D. JBSSBIff. 

noM lm rTar.ri»tor*i 



Stage Dancing' 



TADOHT AT 



McCarly's Dancing Academy, 

DASBAWAY HALL. 

deZl In Pool tir«4t, o tir K*moj, 



GRAND 

Select Bal Masque 

....or THft.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 

....AT.Ma 

Hortioultural Hall 

...OS.... 

THVR8BAT EYEWINO JAN. »3d 

BY SUBSOBiPTION ONLY. 

Tlcbeta US each 

•4*" Subscript ton Liiti oan ba fooodwlth— 
O. AI Boirv, ShTifl'.ulSor, t;ity Ball; 
Mr Brandt, >,W oor Wii.iiiiu'hii A Montgomery ; 
A. Bummeiflold Jr., N.K. c<ir Folaoio A bteuart. 
W. Oobeo. No. C liaiiory alreat; 
J. Wttt, No. liO I'hhd •i-raei ; 
Mr. K'f/.iMirii.'ln, No in St-roml street; 
Id. Ahr<mi»n, No 735 Ulay itreot. deUO lw 










DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEURI, 

And < allege of Medicine. 

lA find BEAUUHUL AND INSTBUOf- 

ll/.l/l/V [»- nbieota tn bo o- a. Opao to tha 
Public DAY AND NIOUV, n. EUtckKA HALfi, 

Q IS Montgomery atreut. FOk MEN uNLY 
•at Da. JoaDAMa PBrvATie OiryioB U at Sil 

Qnurg atreet tonnoal'* o 1 j i ^eohtnloe' PatlUonL 



ADOLPHnS STOCKMETER. 

....TBAOuaa or.... 
PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Belle aod Parllea at'oided to, aod Moelo far 
nlebed. Kaildenoa, SOS Eddy atraet dt» lm 



Jolan Oampodonioo 

(Lately arnTed from Snuth Amerioo.) 

PIANO, CHURCH ORQATff AND HARM0NI0ON 
TUNEH AND REPAIRER. 

BaT-Ordera »dir*is>d to the Philadelphia Hooaa 
Bath »-.r«oi, orotnp ly atraoned to. deT In 



E.PARDENT 

NO. T8I1 WASHINGTON 8TH*5BT. (ABOVE 
tha Piaai). San Eraooteoo. Booaa and 8ho«a 
mada to order in tba bast Fraaok etjla. Tba sana 
'and/ oulo aiffaf l oo baad, M Hs 



*'PIOARO. W 

3E JOTOHAL OF AMUSEMENTS, 

Pablla'ctd •▼•ry ">*T in the Year by 
J. HP. BOaAKDUS 

AT 

S3SKt refc.inl -ind Si»S Wiwbl»jfto» 8U 

lieiow Mnouemerr, K*n Kranctaoo. 



TCEjDaY JANCARY 7, lb73 

The Grizzly. 

Ths Ia»t oumtwr of The Grizzly c .Dtaioed 
wme capital ericles Tbe or edit>re*-idcn.l-* 
worked hard ; there* irts a little too much 
from one pen— not Yanety enough. It is 
pretty well known that Fred Ly-'er is ih? 
editor ; we tberef jre have no scrapie in tak- 
ing him to t.ak f jr that woist cf all crime*, 
mieinotiDgShara^are. Xa hi] article enti- 
tled "Th(> DiiidT&ntA^Cfl o** B,dBg Broflghl 
Up Wtll," in which tbera is an imaaecsa 
amcnot of sound teiso and a little personal 
Borents), we find the following: 

" Wb:pi tad f litgi of octr»t#oa» fortune. 

We trappose. tLis u intended to be a q nota- 
tion from Bhakiptare. The editor Lad mixed 
np 

" The tlicgi ao J arrows of outrageous fortune" 

and 

"Tbe whips and t com* of time. ' 

The biBt ml- is never to qaote Shakepsare 
or the Bible from cemory. 



Tho tout Dvaperaio Attempt. 

I; hjppe^ed inu way on New Teir'e Ere, 
according to a Vallejo paper: 

Th9 yonog lady poii-tid to the clock — it 
web five miLU a* io t«ei**»*. "John, I want 
to talk to yon abont a Utile mattsr." (Here 
the ycuuy tnau'B breaking got short and 
thick). "Ton me, Juhn, I want to get 
married," and h-r arm stole »r.nad his 
waisr, "and you ar« abont the nice little 
kind ot a m-n I w»nr. Wtat do yon fay, 
Johnny, dasr?" Th* hair cf his heal rcse 
np and be said hd waa attiirst. bha went 
to bring him a drink, and upon her re- 
turn ns had vatu-hsd, and witb him cvap- 
oiat;d the last miuut;d ol" Leap Year and 
its opporuattiee. To that manen the 
"Happy .New Ybar" grectiogs of her ac- 
qunnUncea werd a bitter mockery. 



Considerate Hani 

Sail Smith to Brown: "If horse die- 
eise becomes epidemic, how shall we man- 
age to get cp fnneral j r.-cseeioas?' "Well," 
replied Brown, "we must go on foot." 
"That might answer in some cases," caid 
Bmith, "bet re for mys.-lf I should pre- 
fer not to d:« rather than giro my friends 
that trouble." 



A Liberal Panon. 

The author of "Gini's Baby" has found 
a rival at Stalpy bridge, Eng., in tbepsrBon 
of an iconoclastic reverend general named 
Stevens, who his taken up the oadgels in 
defence of free trade in whiskey, and who 
holds to tbe beautifully charitable belief 
that all temperance orators drick like fish. 



Very Thin. 

An Irish las wrote to her lover, begging 
him te-ssnd her some money. She added, 
by way of p s script: "I am soacnemed cf 
the reqaest I have made in this letter, thit 
I sent after tbe postman to get it back/ but 
the servant couli not overtake him." 



In the interior of Africi woman is [con- 
sidered beautifnl only in proportion to ber 
obesity; and many fragile maidens, weigh- 
ing more than 700 odd, ac uilly die from 

bewiU'hiug fatness. 



The mtr.-hd .lidit* of Hannibal, Ho., 
bare formed a "Gome Home \Hn.band 
ClHb." It is about four f itt long and has 
a brush on the end of it. 



A paragraphia Lis pnzzlid m again. He 
asks: "Why do women always carry 
their pooketboofes a* though Ihey oansid- 
•red them on exhibition ?" 



"Wevaiiliiii iteiumea in one Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Oheti 

Tlie Ilia..-, rated Preaa (S. *"\) 

No. 1, January, 19*3. Bold by uibairlpti-n— 
9*. 50 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sangria 
nnmberp, 15 cent*. Ado-nan Knrray, Dewer k 

Co., a. r. * 

• 

Freeh auad Sweet. 

Par the beat con fectionary, go to Canfer aid 

Waatoc'a. Ui7 M ant gome it SL near 6-uUcr. a 

"Wll»t Cheer Laundry 

Employs do Obinunen, and should be pat 
ronlaed by eTerybodv. • 

Altogether x Ho Best. 

It Is oorloUB, but true, that 3. A. Ruber, 
TO" Market iUtt t, rt»r TLL'd,- Ehould atlJ fur- 
nlture and bedding cheaper iLon any other 
dealer Id this city. Try him and you will be 
eonrinced. T 



Oyater Trartc, 

The oyster trade in California Is -jf-jmi^g 
-dgantlo proportloDa. Bmereon Corrillr , of the 
Biddle Bock, tie* Ptne street, furniahee from 
his own oyster bed- at San Bruno millions of 
ojsiers to all parts ot the Pacific Oomat. Hie 
XaBtern transplanted oysters nave a fame which 
his extended all orer tha continent, and * he 
'Saddle Hook" u novo everywaere. 



The Beet Kemcdlea, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
i7*s Webfoot Pills, for all bilious compiairte. 
J. B. Gates and Co., corner Sanaome and Com- 
mercial street*, aolf asenu. • 



What Cheer ijaunary 
lathe be nndrr In fian Francisco, * 

Watches and Jewelry, 

Very low. at B. A. OailandtrV, 62 Second 
street, corner of It lesion. d 

II You "Went 

Tour Blank _- and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
Ary. x 

For a safe and rfhetent Beauttfteb ot ibti 
CoxFLESiojr, use Dueki's Famous cuemeds 
Lls. n 



Crttlelsm. 

The cntio of the Boston Advertiser laving 
said cf Mib. Btuc;cult, es irrab, thit "the 
delicious hnmor of tie race »p:aks from 
h-r elbows and and a ikies as wtll as htr 
lips and tyes,"a coLt;mpoiary gets after 
him in tMe fashion: "There ! Elbows and 
ankles, eloquent with the del cions bumor 
of a rase, U good. This innovation opeis 
up a new field io dramatic crric bid, We 
shall now tear of Mr. Edwin Booth's shin- 
bones and kuuokles speaking tf Ue glowing 
8:andanavian race, tr Mr. Bothern'e 
back t;tth and the n petf bis ntckspeakiDg 
of the fatuity of tha English nobiiitr. The 
phlagmalic na ure of the Dutch may now 
be discovered in Mr. Jefferson's teels and 
wrists, and the restietsoe s of tbe wla- 
atile Vatikae may sptak from the finger nails 
and hip joints of Mr. Wairen. Delieious 
i/eaking from the dbowsand aokles ! Oeod- 
Li-a giaco U'. ' 

American Dirt, 

We are a greasy people; from the pork 
fat of New England to the ham fat of the 
Booth we wallow in grassy fjod. This be- 
comes rancid in ihe tt^macb, and tuper- 
induees ahat Dr. Urquhart proncunres 
the sum of all diseases— dyspepsis. We 
drirk t=a that would frighten a Chinamao, 
and coffee that would serve ss an antidote 
to opium. We pour down desee cf alco- 
holic flaids which eat into tbe coatings of 
our intestines and destroy ths ga^tiic 
juices. We go o bed ovtrtaeked, body 
and mind, sleep with sluggish blood in a 
stata of stagnation, and get up only when 
the broad sun is staring in angrily at ns 
through our bed room windowi. We are 
ieckless in uur pursuit of p'essue; we 
strain our ment.il powerj tj iheir utmost 
tension ; and end, old men and women 
bsfcre our time, or die, or fill a cell in an 
insane as. lam. 



The Rarity tf Good Reading. 
The Boston Courier Eaya: 

It is a matter for general congratulation 
that Mr. Bedcatb has suc:eeded in arrang- 
ing fur a prcf;B ioual visit to this country 
of Mr. J. M. Bellew, the eminent readtr, 
who may be ioctdtntally remembered as hav- 
ing inst.ucted Mr. Ftchter in EnglisU elo. 
cution. It is let the simple truth, howev- 
er mortifying us conlefsion may be, thst 
we have n*>t a siegle reader in the United 
States of the fir-u rank to-day. Mr. Yanden- 
hoff and Mr. Murd ch are b<_ tj excellent in 
their wav, but neither aro entitled to rank 
higher than secoud-cIsBs artitti. As for tbe 
rt st, not one of tbe long list has any right 
to sit in the upper forms even of the third 
ola:s. 



Brazen FJronlry. 

There have been many illustrations of 
the height of impudence, but the best we 
htive met with is Mr.'. Laura D. Snyder 
Fair sning a man for libs). Can this woman 
be lowered in tha estimation of tbe public? 
Is there anything that she U believed inca- 
pable of? Which one of tbe deadly tins 
would it be libellous to accuse her of? Tbe 
only ecology ihe cold-blooded devil-fish can 
offer to an outraged public is to go into some 
out of the way place and hang hersalf. Libel 
Fair, forsooth! To do so were as reasona- 
ble as t) smear a negro with burnt cork to 
make him blacker. 



Sfasd on lii-j Dignity. 

While a man was on trial in the Ccunty 
Court, a JGryman sud, "Ask the pris3ner 
why he threw his wifa out of a three story 
window." The judge said, "Prisoner you 
have heard tha question." The accused re- 
plied, "Tour honor, I was determined to 
separate from my wife and I wa3 not going 
to demean myself by going to the door and 
showing her out." 

Japanese paper-work Is the latest recrea- 
tion and amusement far ladies A vest 
deal of tisane paper, paste, scissors, paints 
andanenormcu.3 amount of patience is all 

that is icqu'red. 

An ex'eneive dealer in animals "says thit 
an elephant with two bead* is on its way 
from South Africa to join his colle-tion 
Th s will cause the traditional biceps calf to 
hide its diminished bead. 



I>o Wot sutler from corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oome, Bon- 
Ions, Ctab and iDgrowlng Kalis, can find Instant 
relief bj applying at Dr. B. H. Oman's Inatt- 
rate, sio Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.n. We 
speak from experience, having tested the -Doe- 
ter'a capability. Beferenoea given If tequlred.s 

For Waantna: 
Shirts, Jl 60 per dos.; small pieces, 60o, par 
s. At tbe What Cheer Lenndry • 



Han] on Lydi t. 

A St. Lous Democra* rep:rferint*rviewcd 
Lydia Thompson a ehort time ago. Wo ap- 
p;nd what tracspired between t'.nm: 

Rvpirter- Is there any trutii in the it ry 
tbat you arc s?ven months older thin Char 
lotto Cusbman. 

Lydia— So, sir; there is not a word of 
trnth in it. 

B— How much older are you than Mis3 
CuHbmaa ? 

L— Why, where fira yonr eyes, man? 
Can't you s-w I'm not so old ? 

K— How old are you? 

L-I am tbirty-two— at Ie&st I will be on 

tbe9ihof February. 

B-I understand y^urdhush'er has a large 

family, and that one of her 80b» wss lately 
married. 

The little lidy bounced off the sofa. 

What, mydi-gh'er with a lirge f-mily 
:*:d a married son! I cin't believe it, I 
don't believe it, I can't believe it, I won't 
believe it. Oh, Z-ffie, what cruel things 
they say about you. 

R— There is nothing cruel in having a 
large family. My father 

L— Why, it isn't passible, man. She 
couldn't; she's only eight years old* Yon 
can tell yourstlf thit such an idea is pre 
p:s:erous. 

The Golden Era. 

Col. J. F. Lawrence, so many years con- 
nected with the Golden Era, and under 
whose management that paper bad its bright- 
est days, ha* returned t j his eld position on 
that publication. He h^sinfusedlnew life into 
it, and intends to make it a tiue represanta- 
tive of the literary talent of the Pacific 
Coast. Cbarlts Warren Stoddard, Tom A. 
Hawk and others contribute pleasant, read- 
able ar;i ■les, tbe dramatic snd musical arti- 
cles are always good, and Wilkie Collins' 
latest work, " Tbe New Magdalen," is being 
published a = a seria'. The Golden Era will 
compile favorably with any of the Eastern 
weekly pspers, and should be supported as 
a home institution. 



A Bad Record. 

The Chronicle, speaking cf Charles A, 
Russell, on trial for murder, says "he 1b 
not a bad-looking man, al'hough his record 
is bad. He was formerly United States Mar- 
shal ; he his also served a full term at San 
Qaentin for burglary." If Eu«eli bad been 
a Deputy Assessor instead of a United States 
Marshal, a universal cry of "hang him!" 
would go up from tbe community. A man 
may hive a worse record than Rasstll has. 



They have a society men on a morning 
cotemporary who wears eye-glasses, parts his 
blonde hair in the middle, wears the tip of a 
peacock's feather in his hatband, and doesn't 
carry tobacco, because be is trying to quit. 
He has been trying to quil for two years, 



Mnrvnlne;"*". 

The only t'aca south of Market streat to 
£eta«oo<J dl«k of Oyttcrs, Call'orota or Eaetero 
TraasplaDted, Is at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Bal.OD, corner Howard and Third, late 
of the Bine wice s.io:m. L 



A.n Old L«enauiark. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the K. E. corner 
of Eearoy and Washington ttreets, kept by 
Henry Behmldt, has been la mens for the lut 
eleven years for k-eslrg tbe bett Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum tlpes, etc » 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, 

To look at 'Frisco by gae light, 

Our careless feet, by chance aid stray 

To where a fountain's ceaseless play 

Of waters bright, did make a soreen 

Through which a sweet bouquet was Been ; 

While mossy stone and pearly shell. 

O'er -which tbe waters soltly fell. 

Made that window Feem to be 

Bome fairy grotto of the sea. 

"Stop," aatd my friend, "iet'B go In here — 

It looks so nice — and try their cheer."" 

"All right," I eaid, "I must agree 

That this place enits me to a 'T.'" 

No sooner bad we found a seat 

Than at our side a waiter neat 

Made bis appearance, asked our wish— 

Eaid they bad almost any dleh 

That we might name. We found it true, 

And cooted v\agnijic(nily,t'tc; 

All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 

Oookod every style; ju»t tnink of that. 

And if your month don't water, then 

You're different from otbor men. 

They'd ciam t sua craba and terrapins ; 

In fact, we found they had within 

That cosy plaoeail kinds of game, 

Piph, fiesh or fowl which we could name, 

While every dish wsb, I am sxre, 

Prepared to tempt an epicure. 

The ladles, too, have fouBd. 'twould seem, 

That tbey have here the best loo cream; 

Bo here they^ock, the little tinners. 

To get what they call "6ueh nice dinners,* 

Whoever doubts tfaia let him rash 

To three hundred thirty-seven Cneh, 

And there this txut& he'll ffnd-iaade plain: 

Who goes there once will gcagain. 

Pacific Oyster House. S37 jBuah street, above 

Kontgomery; open Day and Slant. 

OHABiEfl haaKE. Proprietor. 
- ■• 

1* IS Perrectl-f Astonlohlng 
Bow beaofilrallyand ^ruickl/ thay do washing 

at the What Cheer La-aadry. ClotLes received 

iefere 8 a_at. returned the same e-ranlng If de 



TiraoTBBTfM 



For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



Ba--E*"W •ST3S-a.HL. 



FRESK AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Fenilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE B0MANCEAND EE4LITY 
OF THE PEEI0D. 



Tbe Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 



WILKIE COLLIXS, 
IN TBE 



Go denEra. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "Podcem,** la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charlet Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



ABLE TAIjK, 

By Olive Harper, Itt 

The Golden Era 



TOM 



Fenl lleton. Io] 



For the Tery Be&t Drinks, 

Goto Y-._e§* Branch Baleoo, oercer of Mark«t 
and Third ttreeu. Bg£ 

Beat Quality or X>oa-«>ci-ri 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 

Oh ecr Laundry i 

HeDewell, Shew C»rd Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, boom 30, 
608 Market ttrreL cor. Port and Mont^amorr. D 

Do Yon H.QOW 

That irlth BTjTr-oucK'i PArTxast yon can out 
md make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an UlnEtrated catalogue. H. 
S.. Dealing, agent, office of the Howe Bewtng 
Sachlne, Ko. 113 Kearny street, between Better 
md Feet. Ban Francisco. * 



Jones .& Schroder's 

Celebrated Grab Chowder can be obtained only 
at 8SO Baah klrtet, nearly opposite iteAlham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Hart eats It, and they all 
eat It. Only the beat braads of Llgoora bot- 
iled for Camtly na». q 

*00 I J alre o* Hocks, 
At all pdcee, it t he What Obeer Lannfiey. • 

CLAiBvompr.— Madam* Olcre Antonka, the 
Olairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
baa removed to 333 Kearny at. Conmltariens i 
Cfurtl-h, Prenrb aod OermaD. j 



The Golden Era. 



OBIOIXAL STOBIES, POEMS AND 
SKETCHES. FASHION SOSSIF, 
AMUSEMENTS, tlTEKATUBE 
AND UT, ASSWEKS TO COK- 
KISPCKliraiS, JBTC. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WiLLIS^BAND. 

MU«IO FUBKISBED JOR ALL 
ocj»nonr. Maijt im^orfcea »rr-tBKed 
and for sale. 

FrllzPlpen and Hartni M. Bin 
*LcndlDK Tlollnl t>, 

to. Add'e»i M. W. WILLIS, l«*tcn*s Moilo 
B1,UV, g^r> M on' eomirr street. )*6 tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

S-aa FrancUco Savin*. XTnlon, S3 2 Call- 
fur-uiu street, eerner of Wcib. 

r?°. UT J? B HALF YHAB FTTOINO WITH THH 
■- S'at Dscemher. 1^7i. a d.»id-nd ban b^en d^- 
olarel st tee n-ecf ime »cd eix-teoib; (9«-10) 
n»rceoLp!Tiontiino- Tsroi Deposit f . »nd eieot 
(81 per cent, psr so nam on Ordinary Deposifca. fres 
pt tPderal Tixoo D-poeiis. pajsble oa sod sfier 
13^b Janaary. 1873. Bv order. 
dtSl iw LOVnXL WHITE. Oashier, 



11HE "GOLDEW ERA.** 18 THH OLDEST 
Weekly Paper in the State, permanently 
established, aed more widely oircnlatsd at home 
aad abroad than « D -r othsr on the Pacific Ooait. 
la Os itoraia, tbe Aiha-.jc States, and tbrooghout. 
the eotlrs 6eld of its K rsat and rapidly increteing 
oircnlatioD. the "GOLDEN ERA" Je unlvsrsally 
-*R«-deda9a literary and family jonroalof nne- 
Qoalled excellenee. 

To Advertisers. 

Th. "OOLDES BRA- i, . „ e I 00 m. BaDd.y «.- 
llor Is cy.i; Boms uid Honeebold, aid .. ,„ 
•dwrtnlog »»,.» il««iTMl«gM mail b. mpw- 
rent to business men. 

TO MAIL StTBSOBIBEBS, 

TW ealden Ers, r.r One Tear, S3 SO i 

for Six Month., 99 CO. 

Hnbseriptions to bo pais in sdvinee. 

Tbe Oolde. Kro and Peterson'. Indies' 

Nallanol Mos;«Ktne, One Tear, S5. 

••"THE OOLDES KBi uid PETEBSOB'B 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE soryed or 
Oaniei. in tb. OUT atll!, cents por west 

THE G3LDEN EBA.einjtls oopiej, Ten Oenu' 
For sals st all Nsirs-ttsods. 

Office of the Golden Era, 

540 Clay street — San Francisco 



CONSUMPTION pre- 
vented by the timely use 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal- 
sam," the best and mosl 
speedy remedy In use for 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Bronchitis, Influenza, 
Loss of Voce, Incipient 
Consumption, and all Dia-. 
eases of the Throat and 
Lungs. Ask for "Hall's 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price 50 cents. Sold by 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PBOPAIETOB8, 

Cor. Santome and Commercial street*, 

nolltf 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE P-IOIFrO STONE COMPANY UAld, 
the especial attention of Architect-;. Ll-ki-.- 
eers.aod the poblio id general, to the SUPER.1QB 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manuf-.- tared 
br them in this city nnder the Randoms P&tenta. j 
They make to order sod keep io stock; 
Bttfldlna; Fronts. Water Pltn:, 

Mckt, Monuments, FuantaJns, 

file*, Copies* for Ti'ulls, 

Fillers, etc., etc*, 

Together with Ranson-B'B ceJebratod Free-Orit 

Gricdetones, sll of which we guarantee superior, 

and at a price far below tbat of band-cat work. 

Bt*r*Tbe attention of private parties intending t* 
balld is respectfully solicit- d. 
Office, No. IO BUSH STRKBT, Ban Franoisoo. 



THOMAS W. BREE, 







— AttD— 

■ EP1I B Eli 



DRUMS, BUriJOS, 

— AND— 
MUSICAL IASTHCMKH7* 

ESTABLISHED IN 1B83. 

•■vJ-fflOBons given on the Banjo and Drum. S4» 
MISSION BTKEET, between First ind eecoDd. 



Declared AicoJnsi the "Whole *WorId I 
the Kest of UuDklnd. 



PATENT EAGLE BLAOKING -WARRANT- ! 
ed superior to any in tbe market. Maautao- 
tared by MOORE & OO , No. vtO Leidv-edoiff 
etr^ft, S. F. DireailoDsfor Ute: Wben found too 
thick, add & little cater. Keep tbe bottle well 
corded. Said by all Grocers, iJruggiBt*. etc. d21 




TRAYS aiwa-E on hand. 



Alfred Tetter, 

Man of ac» urer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES, 

£85 Dnpont, 

X EAR SUTTER STRLE%'- 

Gee ray stock of Bird 
Cag«s b+fore porch astuc 
erewbertj. Always toms- 
fchiogoew on hand. My 
Patent Cagee, icade of 
Tin Wire, am ^aTrunted 
FREEFHUM VERMIN 
Also, beat quality ThA 
no20tl 



Meerschaum PipeDepoti 

013 RIABM' 8TKF.KT. 



theebortei notia* AHPiueaanrt 
Oigar Holders wmanted genuine, and 
io c ■ lor we. I. Meer-cbaaui Pipf s aad 
walking Cares Mounted ncd Repaired 
at lowest Fa«tern Prices, and with tbe beet »ork- 
tsanship. A larga as'Onmeot of Walking Canes 
and Far.cy Goods of every deaoription always os 
hand. no2l In. 



The Popular Beverage 

C'ONGRESS WATER FROM THE PAOIFIO 
^ Con ure b s Springs, near Santa Olara. Indorsed 
by tbe Medical Fauuity its curative powers being 
cqnsl to tb« celebrated OonsrsBB Water from th. 
Springs of Saratoga, New i ork. Depot removed 
from i'.8 Kearny street to New Montgomery, one 
door from Howerd. Families supplied dally. Lib- 
eral discount to ths trace, and orders attended to- 
piomptly. de25 Im 



Philadelphia Restaurants 

OHAS. V. BKRGOLD, PROPRIETOR, 



THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED^ 
and most popular Reataursnt In I 
San Vrs.ncir.co. The Table? are sop- * 

Elisd with tbe beet io market Board— 
7 the week. «\OS PINE BTREET, juntabo? 
Monbeomerr. m»ri« 1m 






DO£ORG£ MAYES 8 : 
KALETCTN OYSThRS. CLAMS 
and all kindt oi SHELL FISH, A 
StalleNos. *0, 41, i», California* 
Market, sntrsnee on Osliforain street ' — 

Fublw or private parties aud fazoiliee eupplied 
from 6 A.M. w U p. m. ladies' and Gent'.emen't 
D*-B*er Roora or>»-i *-rtm t i w. to \'2v V- -it/Ttr 



DR. W. A. PAYME. 

Tmi5.S M. K * RA1 , ED Pi'TSIOIAN HAS RB- 
H. SSI t> „'"• e , , ' "O'"?. »»•«'« K.arny sir."" 
fiiUoiall. AU chiooic B»oise« trsal, d srcj.es- 



delSlui 



Bap Sugar 

POR SAIE-6I8 KEARNS- STSEET. At 
HEKOER'U. Alio, 8,err kiad of Cssdies 
whnleeaie anj R.tsiL 

°'- 7 " M. A. Mfsrrs. 



Indian Queen Range. 

The Best in tlie Market 



MANUFACTURED BY 
CALEB AI. 

OC18 tf 4^0 mi. 




• tCKLIB, 
438 Efara 



«£W YORK PRICES 



HALL'S PIAK08 
For sals at No. lsl 
Jlerelreet. Call and 
examine for yoorofllTea 
«»-TfMi ^clr Osllfor- 
Dis-made Pisoo on the 



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MM SrsiMK cl t k e Season 

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ThB YellOW Hat' * rl3J ' ee Compftnle« OonBoUdated 



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THIS EVCNIrK 



AKUARY 8 
iMIOO. 



'•'♦»« Mil .1 in I'niii, o., 

Mortlnur, I'.nk,, IH\nn Thompson ! 



*«»„, 

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r ifteen Thousand Persons. 



THI» EVENIMO JANUARY 8 

BT1BT BTEXIBO DOBIBO THI Will, AID IATOBDAT A7TIBB00B AT I. 



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■am th« uuri cr j»»m« 



Ethe Yellow Hat 



larnltlrrnt Scenery, 

i or Amaxono, 
lirilliant Armor. 

(ling Heclianlcal EfTcct", 
Fntcrtainment, 



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BIRD CAM 

lUDUM 

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>s and Novelties 



ACME OF PERFECTION! 

' A!' Tactions 
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FRIDAY KVkNING, January 101b — 

Benefit of :e«a,l£.exr ctrxCL Farron. 



MONDAY EVENING, January 20th— Tint Appearance of 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THEATRE DOES NOT ADVERTISE IV THE "CHROMCLE." 



' All Bills against the AlhaOibra Theatre mnat oo presentel hereaftor on Monday. 



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Mr. Hugh Robinson in His Chanties! 

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0n<> BID WHIJKT. 

Mw, Aon Oh»r,«f Ttio n t noii rPol'i'oomio ...O. B. ICatbb. 

OrohMUft 

.Park, nnd Dlso 

Mlullin 

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Old M»M> 

Alu't I Rwtn 

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"°- "J*! r * P _ "° r Ml " •- l »'"«"l»n 

SOLO ON MAGIC FlUTE AND KETTLE DRUM, WITH ONE 

STICK, BT THE MUSICU WONDER. 

MYSTERIOUS LODGING HOTJSE 

Frank Mortimor Walter PBrk« Lon DIioq 



■"»■ KniV Zoel 

Comic Sore M,tait\a llrewcr 



Tbe perfcrmaoo* will conotrtdo with* 

A MANAGER'S TROUBLES 

Characters by the Oompany. 
AI)M!^ia\ ttC CENTS 

Private Boioa $2, ?!,-W and *J. Raiorred soils 50 o»ota, aa 

PRIVATE ENTRANCE TO BOXES. 

Doors open at 7 Oommesoa at 8 preelwlj 



THK MOBKL 1.0tH.I\tt Uui»M. 



§1: PACIFIC HOUSE, 

lYMPICHOUSE.^.^.Tr;.-^ 



r roamerfilnl 
St lt--.1-i.1-.rr ata- 






OarOslabratedft H Wtiite Shirts. Tbsy fit PEBreon-Y, aod for ijaa.Uy and darability wi 
■V-OALL AND SEE THEM, I 3 





It u"V9r ':•■) matobed. To b> bad only at tbe 

CU AUCTIOtf hpimik, 016 Kearny atreet. 



FERNANOEZ & AGUIRRE. 

FASUIONABhE HATTERS, Wo, ll«Ui | 
POST .srKK.Ef. n««r Kearny. A fine 
RB5ort.montnf Hats and Cap* oonstftDtly on/ 
band. »y liatj made to order and renova' ad la 
tin neatest style. oc^-im 



PipeBfl* I A PERFECT RUSH 

IvlCl'T UP 

Day £tio.<a. iNTislit, 

AT THE liHEAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

>: <l KBAJBKT RTBKET. 

A WON DER FUL BUSINESS 

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CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

la now ufrrlof ifrrntrr BnrirntnB th«D how 
•▼car been offered la lao Fra>nclaeo. 

With oar coBLccltoo la 

New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

Front vehlrh we are dally receiving Ooodi 
boastit at the lawcat Caab Prices 

IN O XT H. II £3 IikT O "X" . 

OUB MOITO 13 TO 

X L and Undersell All 



JUST RECEIVED, 

l.OBO stln Caaatmere Pnnla, worth IO OO, to be 

•old at »:i OO. 
AOO doui White fthlrta. worth SI SO, to be sold 

at t& cent*. 
SO eases of Heavy Voder clothing;. AOc to SI SO. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

Fr*M 9Sc. to 81 SO, Mild el.ewh.re from BA to 6. 

ALSO. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF 

MOTION*, FANCY OOOD*. i:\dl 1M1I CI7T. 

UEI, PIPH, 8LOTES, TOBACCO. 

WATCH KH, nUUBF.K OUODS, 

iioHisav. an 

Trunks, Bags, "Vallaea, 

AND 1.1 FAOT. EVERYTHIHO, 

From a Noodle to an Anchor 

OAll ud etUBiD. our pncf, »cd :,t:,f, rOBIMlm tbtt 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

IB THE GREAT 

'IX la Auction Store, 

61S KriRNT STREET, 

Oae Dair from Caraaterelal. 

.J • FIRE QUILTED SILK HITS, WORTH $5, FOR $1 SO 

' irlMIlM Bui.. Stmt Nliki at 1. 



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J-«OHl>J jFI«OjBI^'/9. 




NONE BIT THE BEST UDALIIY OF MJEAIS 
UAN BE HAD AT 

Stalls S, G, California Market 

PIONKKK «IIOK MANCFAITOBT. 




.»-Th.mo,t ELEGANT CUSTOM WOBK IN THE CITY 
I a. I ,nd .limine good, ud price li> i hi. it MAIN 4KD 
iOH K.Ara, ,tr*M, -*i» door ,nnlh of Fti.D 



....THI..., 

ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... CIBOCLATES IN .... 

All the Theatres, 

AMD I* 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

LN THjfi VKAR. 

GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE CITY 



On the BOATS and CAE8 



THE OLD 

Hot Scotcli, 

15 Morton Street, near Kenray. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM aNDJERRY IN TOWN. 

Alwase oo file the New York Herald, Harper's 
"Weekly, Frunk Leslie's, D&r's Doing', Police Ga- 
zette, all tbe California papote. also London 
I'linuh. Bell'e Life, Illustiated Londoo Newo. Call 
and tai'siy yourself. 

•at- Don't, forget tbe eign of tbe Hot Scotch. 

dr-7tf OHARL1CS Y)M. FFLDMAK. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AMD. .. 

TO IMC an«l J E R It Y, 

GO TO THE BBANGH - 

Hot ScotcH, 

IBS Sutler street, near Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

HOT (llOWJOI IC EVEKT NIGHT. 
nol. 1 . tf JO S. P. BRIGQ8, Proprietor 

DRESS JWAKINC. 

MRS. M. F. BISHOP, NO. 1« O'FARRELL 
i trobt, is tbe p.'ace for Ladies and strangers 
visiting tbe city to Dave tbeir Dresses made in 
style, and a petfeot (it, a t a moderate price. dei9 

RICHEDA F9.MII.Y 

iFormerly qf Chiarina's Royal Italian Circvt) 

WILL GIVE LERSON8 ON THE VIOLIN OB 
Oaltftr, at ra,ideDO«, (if required!, or lor- 
B)8h Mu,ic for Bitlls or Purtiea, at moderato 
obHTKea. Residence, Sort Moot«ointry street 
ooroei- Jaekaon, Kooin P.'o. 11. "ieI21in 

J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



( Cor. Second nod Tehama 



ttreeta. 



■» 'Terrapin oonafanily on band. 
'Ojatera io every stjla. PB1VATB 
,SUPPKR ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
dee 31 lm 



CUSSES INJL0CUTI0N. 

TWO OF THK LEADING MEMBERS OF 
lbs Theatrical Profession 10 ' alifortna pre- 
?ose forming olaBeeB for inatraotion in Hlocailon. 
erfons wishing to avail theuieelVBB of tbe oppor- 
tunity of acqalr.Dg a narfal art at a moderate oost 
can send In Uioir names to "Oambvsea " P. 0- Box 
23H, when pariicolars U to Mrms, sto., will be 
aeat to thorn. de? tf 



Have yon beheld it? If Dot, you're a treat 

At SQTJARZA'S PUNCH SALOON, In Eoaroy street; 

There BONA, disciple of GREAT SQUARZA, 

Dispenses famed Uagio Punches; r&thsr 

The moBt delklons mlxturss yot reoorded; 

And have with many medals been rewardedl 

Ladles their CORDIALS there can sip at leisure,— 

Their "TEARS" appease,— and Men gain "LAD1IEU - 

PLEASURE," 
To allay connubial differences and pain, 
In ' 'ANTI- DIVORCE" yon can your end attain . 
Sip of the potent extract bnt one taste, 
Sour arm, oonsollug, straight Is rouud her waist 
Guess what a "MORNING COMFORr" Id the kiss 
That heals the pnarrel and Imparts the blisal 
The "WELCOME" too. you'll always nod 
A balmy soother for the troubled mind. 
The bright "AURORA/'and theawest "FA BE WELL, - 
Just visit BONA, and you'll all fare well! 
His "HYGIENIC BITTERS" are the paoaoei 
For all dyspeptics and for diarrhoea. 
No Oholera Morbus ever has been found 
Where "HYGIENIC BITTERS" knock aronne,-- 
BONA and SQUARZA, spite of all dutractors. 
Have proved the Nation's greatest benefaotorat 
Full FOitTY ililTir-Jut hulcllfal d-iim you'll da.i 
To aid the Van— Invigorate the mlndl 
Not this alone— a Welcome yon will meet 
At BONA'S— (SQUARZA'S) -317 KEARNY STREET. 
Remember, too, nut this famed place to paaa; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT A GLASS, 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 

THE FtRST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairs. 



CIOB ULK WOOLEIALI AMD RKTA1I. 
>t tbe old eatooll.kiaeat, ISO 01d.ld»-> 
opiKltltr -What Cli.tr Hobm 



F'lO-A.n.O. 



^E J0T7BHAX OF AMUSEMIWT6. 



ibltotaed every Dv in the Year by 
•T . £*- BOQARDU8 

ftSZ Merchant aud CSS >* •«*Wi itton at*. 
Below Montgomery. Sa° Franci*eo. 



WEDNESDAY JAMJAR! 8, 1873 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

California Th»uir*. 
"Aladdn "at»U drawas iniiHEH audiencsf, Toe 
; ■ «r«»t f*atore of tne entertainment, and 
Hums Betiy and fcmily Rlgl are mocb app aud'-d 
ereiy night Id thtir new dances. New features 
win be abortij 10 irod ucad. 
A 111 «m bra. 

The public of Sao Francieao and the reipeel- 
abla portioa of ihe preaa arc agreed upon tela 
point— that (here sever was a minstrel perform- 
■oc« coo'.alniDg so mach lao and ao i.- 
loyed 6y vulgirityas that presented by Emerson's 
Minatrais. Amor g the many amusing t eaturet of 
the psrtarmance at preaeot being given mar be 
muati joed T. J. Farroo'a "liiberalaa Gems." P. F. 
Baiter » "Sound's from Gsrmeny," Bi.ly Kmerion 
lo 'Good-bi*. Ucole Stew," aod "That Fassel 
Billj, and Bob Hart, Sato Rlokey, Add Ryuao, 
Mim Jeoaie Sherman. M. Ameley fccot: aad Chas. 
Settoa ia the aketoh entitled "Divorce," which ii 
aigbUy received witb roars of laaghtor. 
Metropolitan Tbvntre. 

"Tub Yellow Hal'* with the aaperadded attrac- 
tion of "Hafflply Dompty's Drtam," draws crowd- 
ed hou.e*. Tbe traaeforrra-ioD eeaae aod ihe 
march ef t. k t Amtucs bavecaoseda perfect fu- 
ror*, and everyone wishes to ae» them before thia 
piecj u withdrawn. The management will, after 
this holiday piece has had ite rap, commence tbe 
regular atason with a reorganixedlcompaoy. They 
•announce the engagement of Miss Acgasta L. 
S argon. 
Brlla Union Tbfotre. &2 

Miss J*naie Worrell and Miss Lit te Hall are 
immeaee farerites at this fioase, and appear to 
great advantage in the Terr lively burlefque ef 
"Buck -Eyed Seasao." This ie preceded by a cap- 
ital Brat part and an olio of aole, songs, comic 
sketches, ballet, song and dance, etc, 
3?be Athtneam. 

J. Gsmpodenioo'e wonderful performances on 
the magic flu'e, and^drom played with one stick, 
Haggle Erewet's comic songs, Hugh Robinson's 
changes, Kvty Zoel'a ballads, aad a number of 
ac i eongs nod dances specihtd on oar first page, 
make op ao entertainment that pie ate) all visitors 
to this boose. 
Jri.n T. Raymond. 

This gentlemaa. i o great a favorite witb the Cal- 
ifornia pa bli :, will com ip en e 6 an engagement at 
tbe Oalifornia Theatre on the 2tltb, and wi I i pro- 
dace three new plays: "Forbidden Fruit," "Only 
a Jew," aad the latest London sensation, "Pygma- 
lion and Galatea," which will be presented with 
gorgeous scenery and strange effects. 
Horticultural Hall, 

Skating assemblies Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
nick". Wednesday afternoon and eTening. Thurs- 
day afternoon and erening, and Saturday afternoon 
a . d eTening. 

A5aioaccAL Mcsetjm.— One o! tbe most 

•ompiete oollectioas of the kind in the United 
Butee, comprising bandredsof ooitly and beau- 
«lfalwrx models, is daily on Tisw (to gentlemen 
Oniy> at the Museum on Montgomery street. An 
ao-r may be profitably meat here. 



A Crufhinjj Conundrnra. 

A correspondent, says & London paper, 
asks as if we will p'eise " give him the full 
-particulars cf tbe Boyaliat policy in the 
Iioochooan-Formoean imbroglio," We can- 
didly conftsa that we know nothing at all 
about tbe matter. An inquiry such es this 
should be addressed to the editor. He knows 
nothing about it, either ; but if you ask bim 
he will make a note at tbe bottom of tbe col- 
umn of "Answers to Correspondents," fcuch 
a* "To be fure," or "Of cocrs? you can- 
not," or "It will fee better to lend it to him.'. 
Then your mind will be at rest. 



8aa.fi d. 

A man in New Hampshire discovered a 
new way of flying through the air. He 
tested its correctness by getting on a high 
tree and jmmping off. He is now au angel, 
consonantly be knows how to fly without 
the assistance of his invention. 



Tyranny. 

A man at Galveston, Texas, bas been im 
mured in prison simply became he whaled 
Y< mother-in-law. And yet we are told that 
civil rights have been restored to the South. 



Bow He Got Out of If. 

It is told of Mayoard, the populer livery 
stable keeper of Boston, ttat one time be 
undertook to sail on commission a horse 
which bad contracted bad habits of Liting 
oat people's hick-bone*, and kicking wagone 
into kindling wood. These little evidences 
of playfulness, however beautiful as show- 
ing the high animal spirits of tbe beast, 
somehow failed to endear bim to bis owner*, 
and he balbeeo sold cat of twenty counties 
in Maseachu3atts and New Hampshire be- 
fore he was brought to Botton and put into 
Mayoard's hands. When the animal was 
brougbt out of his stall for sale, the crowd 
of bystanders observed that the besi etible- 
keeper who engineered bim bad a pitchfork 
in hifl band and a wildly anxicoa glare in 
his eye; so th ; y commenced cjanslly wan- 
dering off from the vicinity— net hastily, 
but dreamily meandering away at tbe rate 
of thirty miles an hour or thereabouts. 
Mayoard observed the movement, and cor- 
rectly deamed that something mast be done 
to restore public confidence, and especially 
to seothe the mind of a possible buyer who 
bad jost aocidenially groped his way fr» 
the top of a neighboring lamp-post. "Don't 
be afraid, gentlemen," said he; "not the 
slightest danger. The animal is as mild as 
a kitten. Never known to kick in his life ;'" 
and as he spoke he stooped down to pick np 
one cf ihe animal's feet— for although not a 
giant in size be is a regiment in courage. 
At that same moment the 'equine fiend 
reached cut a biDd foot, to pet him, and 
caught bim a foot below where his suspen- 
ders are buttoned on behind. Maynard 
sailed through the air about ten feet, turned 
a faw involantiry somersaults, and then, 
just as he brought up standing against a car- 
riage ont in front of the stable, he flung ont 
the sentence— "As I was just eaying, he was 
never known to bite in his life." 



Shoddy. 

The Boston Courier says : "At a late 
wedding in Philadelphia a calcium light 
w£s thrown on the bride as she left the 
eh ;reh, and was so managed as to flood tbe 
carriage wi-h light, thus exhibiting the beau- 
ty and toilet of the blushing being to an ad- 
miring multitude." What a pity some 
friend oi that party had not suggested fire- 
works. The purchase of a few pin-wheels 
for the church front, with of addition of 
Soman candies for the groomsman to hold* 
would not have c:st much, and would have 
made that shoddy couple happy for life. 



Arose in Bis Majesty. 

The Danbury News thus laments the mis- 
fortunes of one boy: There is one boy in 
Danbury who wont get anything in bis stock- 
ing Chrietma?. He left a pan of ashes on 
the front stairs, to follow an organ grinder, 
and a moment after bis indulgent father 
came crashing ont of the front door and 
down the front stoop, accompanied by that 
pan and its contents, and looking for all the 
world like a real god riding in the clouds. 
For a few moments that boy thought lie 
had a pile-driver for an ancestor. 



Mistaken her Path. 

Miss Jenny Bee3e, a yonng lady, in seek- 
ing for fame committed forgery in Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Bhe has been sent to prison fcr 
three years. Miss Bee3e mn^t be very yonng 
or she would have koownthat the way t> 
achieve fame is to commit murder. B They are 
thought to be heroines, and are never eent 
to prison. And it fakes lees intelligence to 
to draw a trigger than to write somebody 
else's name. 

A Sad Case. 

A New Hampshire clergyman tried to 
kill himself laet week. His reason for so 
doing was that he had been refused by 
three young women in rapid succession. 
This is a very sid case ; but Bad a= it is, we 
know a few married men who wiBh they had 
been && unsuccessful in their wooing. 



Ear-ringa are now fastened to the ear by a 
serew, and an addition to the domest.c noises 
Sunday morning is in tbe shape of: "Mer~ 
cy met where is that ecrew-driver ?" 



To icraassES.— For Bale at a great sacrifice 
at 34 Geary street, eix elegant silk dresses, nne- 
<pi ailed for quality aad style. 6 



A Happy New Year. 

What a plaatare it is to meet a smiltag coonte- 
c .-.-:■?. whet:i: it be od the street or to thepar- 
ler. Acd why it ii that eome faces wear a contin- 
ually bappj look ? It is simply because tbey live oa 
a pUio, attritions aad substantia! diet. That mau 
Ll a pnbllo benafaotor who will conscientiously 
aerTe as witb a clean, toothaome and wholesome 
meaL Looii H«yen. oronmtor o! the "White 
House." Kearny street, atao o! the Capitol Bes- 
taurant. Fourth street, does it. as hundreds can 
entbuiiaatically testify. His kitchens are marrels 
of ordir and cleanliness. Iry bim, and sou -til 
find it lmpoasible to eat elsewhere. 



DlBniond Catarrh Bemedy 

Is a sure oare for Ottarih or Golds. Ask your 
druggist (or It, or send to Dr, A. F. Evot, No. 
9 Poet meet. 



dealtr* aria, jt* lea, sure. 

Tnere aie not too many pleasures ha Ban 
Francisco. Nothing la more pleasant, nothing 
more health -giving than a drive Into tne coun- 
try now and then. T^hose who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, can 2nd one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. ElB 
drivers are careful and experiences, Lis charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
to to Frank Bonton at the Occidental Hotel 
s/nen yon want a carriage. o 



l^erer Buckle buiBpenders, 

At $1 per pair— as per cent, cheaper than else. 
Thare — at the What Cheer Laundry. i 



Gentlemen, Attention: 

For the most comfortable and luxniioua shave 
be rase ana call at O. L. 6nsand'a Palace Shaving 
and Hairdre&ilng Saloon, 22a Montgomery St., 
epposiu a House, np-eiairj. Only the most 
skillful artiste employed. b 



Tne President's Message. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notee of this 
deenment. Che&pnees and dnrablity are the 
obaraeteriEtica cf H. Luchslnger's furniture. 
All should Thin bis emporium, 735 Market 
strps-t, and sEcertaln hew cheaply a house can 
■be farniahea. s 



Still Alive: 

When looking for Holiday presente, go to the 
New Toek Pbotoobath Gatj.krt, No, 25 Third 
street, and see those beautiful portraits in oil, 
water-colors and India-ink. Piices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper than at any other 
nrtt-claes gallery in the city. Bemember the 
place— B. F. Howlacd & Co., 25 Third st. p 



Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more parUenlarly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the most ruoceanfnl of any Physician In 
San Francisco. Office 519 Sacramento street, 
corner of LeideedorC, a few doors oelow What 
Cheer House, X 

Or. Barlow «J. Smitli 

Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual PhyBiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at hie Hygelan Hall, 637 California, street, 
every Friday evenir g, commencing at 7 H o'clock. 
A part of the evening Is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examlnatlore in reeard to health 
to Invalids dally, from 9 to 4 p. u , free. w 



INCONSTANT. 

Inconstant I O my God ! 
Ioaonetant I When a tingle thought of thee 

Sends all my t-biveriug blood 
Back on my hear. In tbrtlls of ecstacy I 

locoes ant t When to fee) 
Teat thou bast loved m». wilt love to the las', 

U Joy enough to steal 
All fear from life— the fulcra and the past I 

Inconstant i When to sleep 
Aod dream that tbou irt near me ia to learn 

Bo much of Heaven, I weep 
Because the earth and morelng must return. 

Ioconstant 1 Ah, toa true ! 
Turned from the rightful ahalttr of thy traast, 

My t r ad beir: datura through 
The changeful world— a b'rd without a neat. 

lECODEtant to tho criwd 
Through which I pass as to the skies above 

The fickle summtr cloud, 
But not to thee, not to thee, dear love ! 

I may be fal<e to all 
On earth beside, and every tender tie 

Which EosuiB to hold in thrall 
This weary Ufa of mine may be a lie. 

Bnt, true as God'a own froth. 
My iteadfast he-r! tnrnB backward, evermore, 

To that eweet time of youth 
Whose golden t.ds beats suoh a barren shcra. 

Inconstant I Not my own 
The hand which builds the wall between our 
lives ; 

On its cold tba3ow, grown 
To perfect shBp*. the flower of love survives. 

God knows that I would give 
All othsr Joys, the sweetest and the bea*, 

For one short hour to live 
Close to thy h.sart, its comfort and its rest. 

But life is not all dark ; 

The sunlight goldens many a hidden slope ; 

The dove ahall find Its ark 
Of peicefnl reoar 1 and of patient hope. 

I yet shall be possessed 
Of woman's needs my small world set apart — 

Home, protection, love, rest, 
And children's voices singing ttrough my heart 

By God's help I will be 
A faithful mother and a tender wife ; 

Perhaps even more, that He 
Has chastened the best glory from my life. 

Bat E3cred to this loss 
One while, sweet chambf r of my heart Bhall be: 

No foot shall ever crois 
The eilent poital toiled t:> love and thee. 

And scme'imes, when my ltps 
Ar = to my first-bcrn's clinging, close and long, 

Dralnlog with b;e-like sips 
At its sweet lily heart, will it be wrong 

If, fcr an instant, wild 
With precious pain, I put the truth ESlde, 

And dream it la tby child 
That I am fondling with such tender {ride? 

And when ano her's head 
Sleeps on thy heart, if it should ev.r seem 

To be my own instead, 
O darling 1 hold It closer for the drasm ! 

' God will fcr^Ive the sin, 
If sin it is ; our lives are swept so dry, 

Ss cold, so passion-clean ; 
Thank Him death comes at last— and so, good- 
bye. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



Ladies and Gentlemen 

Who have been snfifering from various com 
plaints for years, are obtaining relief from Dr. 
Aikln, at 137 Montgomery street. He performs 
delicate surgical operations, and is daily effect* 
ing remarkable cures of old-standing diseases. 
The Doctor is a competent, scientific physician, 
and the sfuicted can consult him with confi- 
dence. • 



Live "Wen. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding is the causeof many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
(ngton treet, at' tbe corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the public since 
1849, provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, SeJrnagundi soup. game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best cup of tea In the 
city — English breakfast tea — Souohong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. a 



8am Moore, 

Formerly of Bess House Carriages, can be 
tound in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abliEbxnenr, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or sight, at reduced rates. bo 



Holiday Punches. 

There are no Punches for the Holiday tatles 
that compare with Squaraa's. Equ*rz*'s Punches 
are fameug for the high art shown hi their man- 
ufacture, the happy combination of wholesome 
tonics, and their delicious flavor. Bona, the 
disciple of the great Squarzs, has prepared 
forty different kind of punches and co:dial6 for 
the Holiday tables. For sale at the new branch, 
317 Kearny street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
120 Leldesdorff street. n 



As. Pleasant Juocation, 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Albambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne building la a verv fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. . 

Everybody Suited. 

There Is no end to the multitude of fashions 
in hats. At ■' Ths" Bat Store, 647 Washington 
street (Becond hat store below Kearny), all these 
nrw ttylea can be found. The stock la immense 
— tbe prices ere reasoDable. Every ont who 
goea there la sure to be suited. n 



Hats for Holidays. 

« Tne" Hat Store, 617 Washington street (Bec- 
ond hat store below Kearny) , is the place to go 
to buy your holiday bats. Finest hats, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat store In the city. 
Bemember, No. 647, second hat ttore below 
Kearny, on Washington street. a 



Sewine Machines for SeUe or to Rent* 

Cheap, at 116 Post Etreet. Also, Agency for 
Villa's Adjustable Treadle. x 



How It is Done. 

Tbe man who answered an advertisement 
to the following effect cays his cariosity is 
satisfied now : 

" If yon would learn how to make home 
hippy, send a pos'age stamp and 25 cents to 
P. u. box No. — , Cincinnati." 

He did send the necessary cash, and Boon 
received the answer : 

"If you are es big a fool as we think yon 
must be for giving us your money, you can 
make home happy by leaving it and going 
West by yourself." 

And yet that man is not happy, 



Jnat for Once. 

" What's the use of trying to be honest?" 
asked a yonng man tbe other day of his 
friend. "Oh, yon ought to try it once to 
see," was the reply. And the yonng man 
wanted to pat a bead on his plain-spoken 
friend. _ 

Phutosrriiphic Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
fialiery. 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission street. x 



Holiday Candles. 

Fresb, sweet and delicious Candies, of every 
variety, at M. A. Meroei'a pioneer confection- 
ery, 578 Kearny street. Wholesale ana retail, a 

• 

Wbitener* 

lAacea Sellers, 



t Becond street. 



FIGARO 



CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME LN 
■^ every Theatre in San Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERT DAY THROUGH 
ont the centre of the city, in all Hotels, Res- 
taurants, Saloons, Sterei and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS OTROTJLATBD EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland tferryBoats to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by thegreat Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

18 MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Oregon— the papers left in the theatres at sight 
being gathered up and saved for that purpose. 



FIGARO 

IS "HEBE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
in tbe Theattes, Traveling Uonveyauoee, Hotels, 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST BOOTETY. IS 
placed in the hands of nearly all who come 
to the city to make purchases, and is therefore the 
best of advertising mediums. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Saving* and Loan Society. 

THE BOARD OP DIRECTORS HAVE De- 
clared a dividend of nine (9) per cent, per 
annum on Term Deposit*, and seven and one half 
d-'i) per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of Federal Tax, for the six mosttis ending 
Dnofmbti 11. 1872, payable on and after January 
15, 1972. By order. 

GEORGE LETTE, Secretary. 
Ssn Francisco, December 31, 1872. ja3 2w 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

65S Sacramento street, 

(The First House *below Kearny street,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
« ,, Hpl P,O f ail kindB.— General Business Agency; 
Collect Rentr, Notes and Accounts; Wbite ana 
Chinese Laborers supplied for Families. Hotels, 
Farm*, Factories, eta. 

CBA9, F. BEGHKBEK A CO., 
de28 1m 054 Sacramento street. 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

, Isookaellera and -Stationers. 

H. H. Moore, 60b Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Bntchera. 
Katz, Fred, Stall* 91 to 100. Oalifornia Market. 

Brim Founder] e»» 
Weed & Kingwell, California, 125 First st- 

French Fancy Gooda. 
Looan A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Buttar, 

Unman Balr. 
Sampson. A. E. 4 Co.. 110 Second street. 

Static and Motlcul Inetramenta* 
Keene, O. O., mftr. acoordians, repairer of ail fr' mU 
musieat instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Maccuronl MnnuTaclDrera. 
Briguardello, Macchiavello A Co., 706 Saaeoma. 

Wines and JLlqaors. (WnoleeaU) 
Danert F. A Co.. 504 From. 

WbUener. 
James O. Seller*, No. 31 Second etreet 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Business at the corner of Sacramento and 
LflidesdorrI streets, and 

Removed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, in future, conduct the same lice of bnein 
at the new location, in conceotion with the office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom bevhas united his stock and bnsineas, 
thus making thia 

THE LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFICE 

m TNE STATE, 
And affording unsurpassed facilities for Printing, 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
gives to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engravers stand at the head of the profes- 
sion, as samples on tbe dead- walls of the city will 
testify, 

A call is solicited from my friends and the pub- 
lic at my new Quarters. 

H. P. TATLOB, 

dellm £38 Ulay street. 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



DECLARED FT THE JUDGES AT A LATE 
Fair ef the American Institute, after a blind- 
told trial Bvaiust Bteinway'B, Obickerinp's, and 
others, to be THw. BiiST ON EXHIBITION. B. 
C1JRTAZ, Sole Agent, SO O'FarreU at wet. 
N B.— Pianos of all styles TO RENT. mart 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

A NY AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAVB H 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- - 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tho > 
amount refunded at the office of the undersigned I 
upon the presentation of an order from the 
Mayor and City and County Attorney, 
dels If A- A.TTSTIN. 




DAVE MENDE8 A CO., at the I 

I old original Red Lion, 19 Geary 

_.fween Keftrny and Dupont, where yon i 

can hare HOT AND COLD DRINKS, not forgets 
Tho "flirt RrmrtT' iff , 



ting the old Pioneer Lunoh, 
always on band. 



The "Old Sport" la 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BEEN 
over twelve years connected with the press of 
Melbourne, and Is well known by the members of 
the profession in tbe Colonies, begs to intimate 
that be is prepared to give experienced advice te 
all persons professionally visiting or meditating a 
visit to the Australian Colonies. Fee moderate. 
Punctuality in dispatching replies may be relied 

WILLIAM HENRY WATERS. 

UVictoria Chambers, AS Collins street. Met- 
Oourna. Asstralia. fefi tf 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

jr&L, FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SIN- I 

gft*f g] e or i n suite, 

KM" Well iAghred «nd TentUated. 

SLUil Cnlarmsned Rooms to let- LodaicK witt\ 
jr witbeut board. ALUAMSJKA BUILDING 1 
91 * BB*b etre?*- ocM tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FINEST ccANDY 
made at our Steam Candy Factory dnily. AU 
ordera, eepeoially from tbe country, ar3 solicited 
and will be promptly attended to. 

CANTY & WAGNER, 
107 Mont coma rv «t.. uar* Ru»t*f 



CENTRAL 

NO. 113 GEARY STREKT. -, 
Best accommodations for sbu. tu . 
Families in tbe city. Private MP* ' . .S. L . - 
entranoe forLadicp. Hair Catting, Shaving and 
Soa-^Dooiog. Children's Hair neatly out. Ladies 
SbamDooingSO cents. 
MTlm T. OORRIVEAU.Proprietar- 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 
H AYWARDS. 

10KT OAKEb PROPRIETOR 

Flrst-Class Hotel. 

iris 6m 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS* FUR- 
nisbinR Goods to be bad good and obeao, at 
the "uLD CORKER," J. LEVY'S, Sio Montgom- 
ery etreet. Justice gives to all. Don't forget the 
number, SIO Montgomery street. deJU lm 



MOMT0OMEKT S 
HOTEL. 







FURNISHED ROOMS > 

•S and 110 per Month 

WEST END' HOTEL, , 



i ■!«,*■■ laa*. »»» mtKllco MIDUlnjr, JAXVAUT I 






IETROPOUTAN THEATRE 

I n i liil> 



Ilumpty Dumpty's Dreamt 

41189 BLANCHE CLIFTON 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 




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YELLOW HAT! 



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LANDS 



OLIO. 

A..V a* Mi rif l.lltlr narllaa. 

»ai«p atenrw or Tiir. a»amm 



Lead of F*roa. or Hulls of Dazzling Light! 



aaTrnDAT \msXOOX. Jan II- 

CJrniKl TetllcrOT H:it Miitlu.-.-! 

rUOal ITBSISO. UIUaII 10 b. DmiCl or to. 

S. F. OLYMPIC CLUB 



UtT lutlol no oaa»r » t : .1 rtrraCU. 

ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 

l_»«T »IOB7» OF TBI 

Star Premiere Assoluta, BETTT RIGL, the Piemiere Danseuse. EMILY RIGl. 

an tar rawoua 
Mona. OhAron .atari lal« Tlirpo Talontocl CUllclrou. 

THIS IVMIIl, JAHIRAY 8 

aBD Bf Uf BTEBlBa L JTIIL rrimw BOTTOf. 

TUB BOBaaatai l II illlllTIo arri-TAil.B IB S ACT*. iMiruu 

Aladdin; or. The Wonderful Lamp! 

Mllllllllll or cmictlll: 

iumk auB maohie aooRi 

W. A. MEIITATEII 

E»«B« I. 0. WUXIiHIOB 

TAB1 W>«IH'l WAXTSK H. LIBAft 

BBABD TUIBB B. B. TBATBR 

AXBACI B. J. BCOILtT 

oiricsa a HKXBT 

lBBOHTALD. 

B. rLTitrTos 

orjtl Or TUB LAMP _ JOBB w 

OEBI Or TBB BIBO MISS LOUISA JOHBSTJBE 

PBIBCBas BADBOCLBADOCB MISS MIBBIB WALTON 

AMBOr MISS OABRIE WTATT 

SOSYAD MISS M. A. CHAMBER* 

MriTAPBA MBS. O. B. 8ACNDEB* 

Maadarln.. Mlalrtai a of StiU. O-nl', nqot.ra.n. Oatrt*, Attendant., Slar... » to. 

Magniflrfiit Scenery by Porter I Startling Illusions! Gorgeous Costumes! 

A.CT 1*11*31.'- |"»X M'll.. HETT* n,i. I mill Mini, mid f'nrp. 

■>.-. , T^.» W .»■..■*... M^.n« • T* « ri.arfi " lB Hull**. «t ■■ . I M ii i A . r oh ii ( I f Ard In M. I hiirmi 

Bi^F-**TA^ tl — % ll.t.'ir* I hill- affllP O. — » S ItHlHlt IfSAaBi 

*.trr*«-i. s^i>Bif> 5.— Horn) limrlMsnC* In i It - Pnlacr a r« t t TT t -t» T-i 

nt H*4r«m\h*Amwr. ■»«*rrtr> O. -Illnlnl Odor. Nr-rne -**■ v^ J. X XI 11MJ. 

7, — Earh.tr> te J Crtve, Hwatlc Fanntaln, nnd tbe Won- ( Ocrae 1.— Chinese Mir ■»,•■. -renr 3. — Fxtcrlor of 

d»rfal I.*mi.. < hlifir Udicc by Aladdin uad K.ni- AUtfdln'e Palneo. «ec ic 3.-finrden of the I" ii.c. 

rue. Tttlileoa. | -ccne 4.-K«ir«p , »(linini.er. ** ce ac S.— The FiylBff 

ACT BEOUND. In Alitddln'il'alnrr. Nr-f ><*• H. - the Uurdnna. Kccnf 

««•*•■«> 1 - U ouphn'i toiintf. Ncroc S.-Orond ] ».— The Pli«in vrh -ro the I'.tiMce atnod. tVallv.tl In 
I'atranrr to ih<- K«> .1 II Ulia T<rr1 tl t'nuhit | 'i ■" »r of Al>d<lln'a i <i n ■■■!. Hnm I'hiirnn nod Norn 
Mrcae :i - M nat aj.hr.'a <' .1 1 *»«p. Venue -i .— Chl<>»«e In Acrob «tlc Prats. Oraod tttllcl drlhliiols, by 
Horrlrn. Rrr uj t 1*11 ■« of t.ootrrna Untnil Pr •■ | f'Hea BIOI. and Corpi <1e Hoi let. Orood Chora*. 
rf.ilun of I.^Htern*. tinnid Ballet of Nllver Kitya, | Ucitirn ol the Pol-iee. II 'fi'i nenoootaeol - 

1 lie FamoiiK Comodian, 

JOHN T. R.-A.TarilfXorVT3, 

WILL SHORTLY BRfttS AN EXO'CHMgy T AT TI1|S THBATK 

FBICU Or ADMLBBIOM, 

Rrarrrpd »eaita_riro»« Circle »nt* OrehMtra SI SO Biloonj*. 

RrifrTfd Neat«— BA'oosy 7« Gallery. 

Dr**a Circle AilmLanoo 61 OO FriTate Boxes 90 unil HIOOO 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



avau uwO JAMBAKT 8 

I >• Kililnir Mew To-NlAi-lii 



Ml-- il^Mi: "oiUMXL 

4«aaa .1 BiKh,. aaA 
MIsn l.ll.lli: HALL 

a. BaiMi.M .! ' Btaaa.BpM Bnaa I 



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Aa.ll I bar.. . 
a% alk.Ar.m4 ** Ui 




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J. a. I. J.I.mi 

OLYMPIC LODOINOV 

Jnb.ar Taara 
Malta \, ',■■ 
A...I loaai Mi.« 



COMir. IUTCHII 
a..). Dmi 



CHARIEI ViRNIR 
. li.ll aWllr mi t«awaj Uri. 



UHISIN AL 
DDTOH BKBTOllBl 
J. II LARKIK aa< OARRIK AUysTlluM. 



OOOIU, and OOOFIR •• 

The Moua ol Nlnoilomuil 

Or.rt.r. OrobMira 

Saaalih Oaaraol.rliUa luil.i , 

La Maja di Biviglia ! 



LA MAJA 

Dob B aillo 

II, TOUr A1HIB... 
Jaerrr bi* friend 
Ueetttsof tb« tat. 



. MMf IMFRKSE 

. Kd. Moa'Auine 

SI HMIDT 

M'lle (••rrtu. 

Jotle MkjOeld 



. . . .'DtiiliVa TBI DALLT.T 

The ocUbreled Medrileni, by Mme. 'Ihereie, «od the Oaohooi, 

br •Btne.Tbereae, Mom. Robnildt aod Lad ire of the 

B» Ifl T»b'e»n aed Flnlle. 



Medley OTtrtare ■.....■■■■.Orflbeeue 

OoooIo.Idi with the Barletqoe of 

Black-Eyed Sensan! 



BKUSAfl ... 

-Vh,l I \M 

Oepk OtOHirM. 

Loid Admiral 

Admiral of the Bine 

A-itiiiral of tba Vollow 

Hatobett 

Raker 

Dimr'AM ■ 

Goatbrtin 

Dame Heartly 

Dolly Me*i.JWeT 

Admiral of tDe White 

Mia* Nfiooy 

Miss BeLsey 

Jaok Swell 

Tom Yetn 



UIHH JKNNIK Wi;RRKLL 

MISS LILLIK HALL 

O. Veroer 

J H.Larkta 

ObM. Cooper 

Ob»l. Cooper 

Cerrle Uhipmia 

Jtooie Jebnaoa 

MatKelty 

T. Bree 

R.(i Mar-h 

Miaole Killraore 

W.lt Bar* 

Carrie Armsirorj*. 

Uisa Jo*.flpblce 

Mile 0*rratU 

Joaie Majti'li 



RISKS wl»f 



140 Second Street, | 40 

SWAINS BAKERY, 

l:*IAlil lali oil In 'OO. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

Kaarpl al Bo IAS Fnonb atraat, aod at 
Ma. sals Sto«kMa iua.i. 

TIC SUIT UlALITT OP 

"vVoddlng Oalto 

ALWAYS ON UABD. 

iriir takietv or 

Cake tor the Holidays. 

I 0B 0REAM. CIIARLOITA RUSag, BLAJiU- 
MAIIdg. JBLL1CB, .tc. nad. to ord.r aod 
of to* bMt aaai.rlala 

K. K. «WAI\ <tl CO. 



fn.;»„ 



HAIR. 

TUB 0BEAPEST PLA0I IS SAN FRANCISCO 
TO BLV 

•Human and Imitation Hair 
Good's, Cheap and Fine 
Jewjiry (V Fancy Coods, 

18 AT Tilt 

NEW YORK STORE. 

A* B. lAMPSONtt! CO., 

Vo. 1 19 Nt-rui.il artreet, 
"o" tei Between MlMlon atnd atlntiat. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MB. P. BKBOKS. FORMERLY 
proprietor ot Ui Mia*n' R*c 
tAoraai. b»i taken the mABAcemoot 
-Of botb the Mlnera' Ke*uaraot on 

■QotsnerclAl itreet end the Mmcn' 

Bruob nn Market atreet. id partnerablp witn MR. 
A. DR AYEUR. who haa been ceaoeetod with the 
■arm tor yo an. Iir proveoienU hate been made ra 
the ooiaioe departm»Dta that will render the Mi- 
ner** more popnlar thaa it haa ever been dorief 
the W yeeraef lw priiaperHty. Oor Bllla of Fare 
•embrace all the deliceot** of the eeason. Oor 
enotto la "Good Fare, Good Cooking end Moderate 
•ObJu-fea." 

P. nr.ROEa A CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

101 and 51*8 Commereial, tad 

T«9 Market atreet. 
Open from S A.M. to 10 p.u. an31 Its 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

1 flS4 Saver am« h to at., eor. I.elduadorr. 
(Hi offloe of P. M. 8. S. Co.) 

<10TJB AKD SEE DB. GIVE US A TRIAL: 
J we erlll endeavor to anil. We want to ah are 
your nrdure. Opaa the oominf week. 
- *M Lm STANTON at OO., Prop'te. 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre, 

CHEYENNE, _WYO NUNC. 

THK UNDRR-lO-iBD WOULD MOST RR- 
epeotfally repr<**ot to yon and tne public gen 
orally, that be le now prepared to farsiah faoil- 
ifei for eiQibltlons of erery kind aad character, 
wbiob ahonld d->»ro the patronage of the pnb. 
lie. Be baa erected at Cliaynrje. Wyoming, A 
I-AKi.K AND CuMMODlUU^ HALL, with goo I 
ooaoery ard Pta;o Tbe Hall i* well rcntiUt^d 
aod lighted, and made comforiab>e for all aeaiona 
of the year. J rife." BKbT OF MUSIO. botb Striog 
and Braee, con he fnrnltbed at all times. 

r.a<iafac'ory arrangements will h« made with 
TUKATRIUAL OROlHEK COMPANIES eiib- 
er for Renting of Hall or performances on a per- 
oeotage of the rocelpta. Ourrrapondenco ■olictted 

Addresa J. MoDANIEL. 

Lock Box No, 1, Oh eye one, Wyoming. 

If. B — Oorloattiea waoted for tbe Oheyenne 
Mata.iD. Tnoae wiahlng eogagemenu, state low- 
eat tvereia for tbe Winter Season, sendiog photo- 

fraph to my address. Half Passage Money re- 
aaded after uiUog •naagoments, 

JAMFS McDA?tIKL, 
Proprietor Oheyenne l boatre and Museum, 
oc^ 3m Look Box No. 1, Ohovei.no, W. T. 



CHEYENNE_TH£ATRE. 

Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIRST-CLASS PEOPLE. -MUST HAVE 
good Wardrobe, Four Ladtea and two Gen- 
tlemen to bo good in general bnalnetis fir tbe com- 
ing Winter ^ca r 03, commonolnn the drat week In 
November, lH"i2. Address elating lowest terms, 
«i!i> I'u^iograph. lialf Fare reloaded after Ull- 
iag engagement. 

JAMES McDANIRL, 
Proprietor Obeyeone Theatre and Museum, 
0O52 Look Box 1, Oheyenne, W. T. 



A BAD HABIT 

A CHEAT MANV UEBCHAnTe 
hnvc got lato of ehariflnir mote for 
their Oootle during; the Ilolldayg than 
at Pay other time. At the old aland. 
No- 8 Second atreet, yon will always 
Bad at nalforaa prices a large aaaort- 
naent of Ahlrta, Fnrntahlng Oooda and 
Toilet Artlelee nt lowest ratee. That's 
the place to ejot oenalble flollday Pres- 
ents. 

BENEDICT A Co., 

No. 3 Second street. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIHOINIA CPTT. MEVAJUA. 

THIS ELEGANT THBATRK HAS BEEN RE- 
docoraUd, and can be rented by the night or 
Ftt th f w *«k- Stars and traveJiag oomimniea 
UberkUy treatod with on application by letter 
JOHN PJFKB, 
Manager and aole Proprietor, 
Or to J. H. UcCABJC. 
_ BBO Vaahingtoa atreet. San FranoUco, 



MONS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
, 0fc "»t. reopens New Coareea for Piano and 
Bicginx by hie entirely New and Simplified System 
-the eborteat In existence— reading niuiic at afgbt 
Aooompsnlments, Singing for Parlor or Oonce-U, 
SStl^SI!; Wotawaki's xeaidoaoe, ««B 8UTTBR 
SriUJahiX 4ao lm 



Pacific .Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 




WANTED niMlllMTELV; 
TWO FIRST VIOLINISTS, TWO END MEN, TAMBO' AND BONES, ONE MIDDLE MAN 

....ALSO.... 

Acrobatic, Gymnastic and Equestrian Talent, 



ALL FOR THIS OITY. 

■** AddF tttiDR ' Ql1 »«"«'»" and l0 « 8t tBrme ' 8H KBIDAN tOBBlJT 

aa-LAURA HONEY— An Important l.tt.i for yon. 



CO, 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVERY SATURDAY XICrHT. 

Piano ana sineins; at S X'.m. 

D. BARRY, Ohairman. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

006 Mission street, near Second. 

delO J- EAOLES, Proprietor. 



«% Kr 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and mads 

to ORDER, 

—AT— 

L. BLAIR'S, 

B Kearny atr«>«t. 



FRENCH CORSETS . 

MME PONS. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Parisian Ladle*' Underwear. FRENCH 
OORSBTB of all prloea and qualities, ready made 
and to ordsr. No, B31 Sacramento atreet, below 
Kearny, no 1-Sm 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 

CHOP HOTJBB, 

Hammer street, off Kearny between Pine 

and California. 

THE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS nerved in any 
style. Everything ooosed lathe best manner. 
■Pp The Finest Liquors and Cigars. 
a®- El ceo nt SnI to ■ of Booms for Lndlee. 
■OpOPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 

R, J. 1E0HAU A P D. JESSEN, 
no23 lm Prsprietora. 



Stage Dancing 



TAUGHT AT 



McCarty's Dancing Academy, 

DASHAWAY BALL. 
Q.3T lm Poat Itrlet, Q.ar K.arnT. 



Select Bal Masque 

....Or TBI.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 



Cortloultural 



CAXll 



THURSDAY EVENING JAN. 23d 

BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. 

Tickets #J each 

aar-Rubacription Lists osn bs found with— 
G. M Berry, Sheriff 'a Offloe, Oity Hall; 
Mr Brandt, H.W.aor Wdsbmgiou A Montgomery: 
A. Summeilield. Jr., N.E. cor Foleom A bteuar. ; 
W. Cohen. No. tl Battery atreet : 
J. Witt. No. 110 Third "treet; 
Mr. K'UzensteiD, No. 16 Srcond street; 
td. A bramson. No. 733 Clay street. deM Iw 

? A&B " J,r!AL ST^ 




DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

If. nnCi BEAUnFUL AND INSTRDOT- 
A.VJ .\J\J\J ive obieots to be seen. Open to the 

Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HiU. 

SIS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY- 

•TDe. JOHDAN'fl PnlTATE Ofpio is at til 
Genry street (opposite old Machanioa' Pavilion). 



ADOLPHUS STOCKMElER, 

....TEACHER OF.... 

PIANO AND SINGING. 

Balls end Parlies attended to, and Music fat 
imbed. Retldeuoe, BOS Eddy atreet. ds9 lm 



tTolm Campodonloo 

(Lately arrived from South America,) 

PIANO, CHURCH ORGAN AND HABMONICON 
TUKER AND REPAIRER. 

sOpOrdera addressed to tbe Philadelphia House 
Bash street, promptly attended to. dai In 



E. PARDINI 

NO. TBB WASHINGTON STREET, (ABOVE 
the Ptaxa), San Frsndaco. Boots and Shoes 
mads to ordsr io the bast Frenob. atyls. The aeme 
ready made aiwa/a on head. no Wat 



«< 



•IGAR.O.' 

T OOBHAL 0? AMCSEKENTS. 



; d every Day to the Year bj 
J. E». BOOABDUS 

■82Ucrrku.il and 5tt« Wu.blnBton »t. 

Below Montgomery. San FranolflOO. 



WEDNESDAY JAXCABi 8, 1673 



A Litfr«r'i Praytr, 

A well-known member if the legal pro- 
l%»=ion inCbicigo, when bo flret settle! in 
that city conceived that it wonld be a good 
Itroke of policy to become a prominent mem- 
ber of s jrro ctinrcb, bo be joined promptly 
and very eoon was one of the leadeia in 
prayer and exhortation, lie wae fervent 
enough, bat not 80 well np in the etcck 
phrases of tbo new boeineea tbat be cun'd 
rafle t!iea» off and keep on thinking ail the 
wbila about aonje'.hiiig el«e, the way some 
of the elder handa did, and in the tff-rt ho 
■ometimea produoed curious resclte— as for 
instance, one evening, in a prayer, wton 
he astonished his hearers— and possibly the 
Lord too— by the phrase: 

"And, however paradoxical it may seem 
onto thee, Oh! Lord, it is nevertheless 
tr.e." 

-S, 

R«aioa. 

The Ballotio flays: 

The approved form of adminiglratiog 
catLs in th« Courts heretofore LaB been: 
You do solemnly swear that the evidence 
yon will give etc', shall be t'je iruihetc., bo 
helpyonSod! Wbeth r lo make the obli- 
gation more binding on tbe oonfcienca or for 
some other ciose, f.ie has been changed by 
the Code, and nuw we have "You do solemn- 
ly awear in the presence of tlis Everlasting 
God," ttc. 

The cause of this change undoubtedly is 
tbat the old form had become wore out by 
constant reptition. It bad beoome mashed 
up into Ydslmlyawetevnc8grtrtre?pumtnqu- 
atnaherbetrawotruseiperger. All must con- 
fess this wasn't pretty. We shall now Bee 
how long it will take the clerks of the v sri- 
ous courlB to mangle the new form of oath 

out of all Bhsp- 1 . 

Epitaph on A Colored Baby. 

The African mind is not merely prone to 
bombastic words, but ideaa as well. This no 
doubt arises from theirpoetio temperament* 
which from want of cultivation, exists, how. 
ever, only ae a germ. There is to be seen 
on a toombatone in a graveyard at Balti- 
more the following epitaph on a colored in- 
fant: 

Born all hearts to eng»ge, andchsrm nil eyes: 
Though brave, magnanimone. though witty, wise, 
The parants of the little picaninny were 
evidently caught by the magniloquence of 
the couplet— which was no doubt brought to 
their notice by eome mischievous white man 
—and bo cau-ed it to be inscribed on the 
tombstone of tiieir little darling, without 
even a suspicion of its inappropriateness. 



His Credentials. 

Stephen Girard, when he founded his 
great college at Philadelphia made it a rule, 
for all time, that no clergyman should ever, 
upon any t-xcu-e, be permitted on the col- 
lege grounds cr within its doors. On one 
occasion, it is said, an individual with a white 
cravat was refused admittance. 1 ] 

"Why can't I go in?" he asked. 

"Because yon are a clergyman." 

*'TLe h— 11 1 am 1" said be, and was per- 
mitted to enter at once as a person qualified- 



Railing a Family. 

The St. Louis Globo saye : "A Georgia 
woman is credited with having raised a 
large family, although not out of her taene. 
It was her motber-in-law'B family, and Bhe 
did it with a keg of gunpowder planted in 
the cellar," 

Wtaninsc AeturnedlnOneDay 
And we never disappoint, at the What Ohetr 
Lumdrr, 

• 

Jones *fc ^chrodet's 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can he obtained only 
at 3bo Bath ktreet, nearly opposite the Alham* 
bra Theatre. Bob Hart eats It, and they all 
eat it. Only the beat brands of Liquors bot- 
tled for family use. q 

Fresh and Sweet. 

For the bast confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wagner's. 107 Montgomery M. near Sutter. N 



Wliat Cheer l^aunary 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat 
roolsed by everybody. * 

■ ■ 

Altogether the Best. 

It Is curlooa, but true, that J. A. Bhaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should sell iur- 
nUnre and bedding cheaper thnn any other 
dealer in thin city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. Y 



Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions, Emerson Corvillo, of the 
Baddle Beck, 410 Fine street. farnlBh.es from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters, to all parts of the Paclflo Ooaet. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame whioh 
has extended all over the continent, and ►he 
'Saddle Rock" la inown «verywnare. 



The Seat Bemodies, 

Dr. Perry's LaBt Chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
ry*e Webfoot PUls, for all bilious complaints. 
J. B. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
saerciM streets, sole aeento. • 

WHat Ohoer i-iaunary 
la the best '•i ndry loSan Pranolseo, • 

Watches and Jewelry, 

Very low, at H. A. Oallender's, 62 Becond 
Street, corner of MibsIod. D 

I'l Ton Wdnt 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
e ot spoiled, sen J them to the What Cheer Lama 
*** , x 

For a safe and efficient Beattifieb of ths 

COKFLXXIOM, UBe DlCXEl'S FaKOUB CBSUX »K 



F-chter'a New Theatre. 

Mr. Fcchter's Lyceum, located upon the 
base of tbe French Theatre, Fourteenth 
atree', will open on or about 1 1 e middle Of 
the present month. Ihe-butldiug pjuesaes 
outwardly, as well bb inwardly, a hind- 
some appearance, and will eve'janoe the 
value of property in its immediate vicinity 
In depth it is 120 feet, with a frontage of 
75 feet. FiomtLe iljor of the parquet to 
the dome above iB a dietaries of 50 feet, 
from which the entire th atre Ifl lighted by 
an immense chandelier with reflectors. 
Ko oilier lights will fee u-.e-J in the body of 
the theatre, Mr. Fechter's idea Leing to 
keep the theatra as cool as possible, and 
prevout the ucomforiable effect of gas- 
jets flashing from every available locality. 
Tbe seating capacity of the hou-e will be 
for 1,300, in a rarqmt and two ga'l-ri' b> 
with tbe addition of eight private bottG- 
liioh of :besj best* will have a separate 
retiring room and one large reception and 
cloak room will be for the accommodation 
of the general audience. A great novelty 
haa bean introduoed in this portion of the 
house by constrccting each gallery and 
ceiling of wood, canvassed over and then 
frejcoed, bd that they form distinct sound" 
ing boards, it fcaviug been proved that tor 
acoustic purpose* plastered ceiling?, are 
almost useless. Another innovation is seen 
in the entire dirappetranceof the orchestra, 
so th t when staccato music is required by 
the exigencies of melodrama, the mystery 
that should surround it will be undis- 
turbed. Again comts novelty in tbe form 
of the absence of footlights, the entire stage 
being lighted from one p.rticnlar ^source 
which will be a more iUBcrutible mystery to 
the audienc3 than even the music, Step- 
ping upon the stage, the most experienced 
playgoers will be surprised by the improve- 
ments introduced. The moat striking of 
these is t:> find the stage, from protcanium 
to proscenium, and extending back to the 
rear wall, encircled by an immense sounding 
board of concave form, inside of which al 1 
the ececery and properties will move and 
develop. Nothing of this kind hasever been 
Been in America, and only one theatre in 
Enropa usbb the design, which must be 
looked upon a3 an espsrlment. This sound- 
ing board is 48 feet in height and about 70 
feet in oircurnference, and is constmcled of 
canvas etrongly glued upon an iron frame 
work. The face of this is bo painted that 
whenever it is visible to the audienee it will 
add to the delusion of the scene. The stage 
proper ia 40 feet in depth by 72, and in 
height 90 feet. No grooves will be used in 
the working of the scenery; every scene or 
portion of Bcenery will either be let down 
from above or raised from beneath. The 
stage is but a ssries of traps, square traps, 
vampires, and other stage mysteries, and 
24 fees below it is a floor upon whieh all the 
complex machinery for raising scenery, 
sending up furnitore and shooting up imps 
and demonB is situated. Twenty-four dress- 
ing rooms and two large green rooms are 
situated on this floor, and the parsonal com- 
fort* of the artistes amply provided for. At- 
tention is being paid to the seating of the 
audience. The parquet and dress circle will 
be furnished with Bofas aod chairs, alterna- 
ting, each of wh ch are of a new and hand- 
some design. 

An Amusing Sight. 

It is amusing to uee ihe Waverly Place Ga- 
zette and the mean little Pest playing at 
doge. In the morning the former paper 
after smelling round the Alhambra Theatre, 
which does not adverties in its oolumns, ut- 
ters a growl. Then the currish little Post 
runB up, Bmella about, and yelps to the same 
tuue si the "Vf. P. G. How any paper can 
be mean enough t) become the echo of the 
Waverly Place Gazatte and still live is a 
myetjry. Since these two dogs have lived 
in the same kennel itbe Chrouicle-Post 
press room) they have run together, scratch- 
ed together, and the fleas which worry one, 
bite the other. The Gbronicle-Pcst ! A Si- 
amese twin ooyotel Dirty, dirty little dogs! 



X>o ITot Suffer irom Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
Ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doe* 
tor's capability. Beferences given if required, h 

For Waaninj 

Shirts, 91 60 per doa.; email pieces, 60c. per 
U s. At the What Cheer Laundry. • 



Manning's, 

The only place south of Market streat to 
get a good dish of Oysters, California or Eastern 
Transplanted, is at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Saloon, corner Howard and Third, late 
of the Blue Wing Siloon, l, 



An Old Landmark. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the X. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington ttreetp, kept by 
Henry Sehmldt, has been famous for tbe latt 
eleven years for keeping tbe bett Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc, f 



For the Tery Best Drink*, 

Goto Yies" Branch S&Iood, cemer of Market 
and Third stre ets. bo 

-Beet Quality of Do^sKln 

Driving gloves, at f 2 per pair, at the What 
Sheer Laundry z 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, boom 10, 
808 Marset atrret, cor. Post and Moatgamory. V 
I>0 You Know 

That with BurrxaioK's Fattzbus yon oan out 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? 6end 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H, 
i. Deming, agent, offlee of the Howe Sewing 
Hachine, So. US Kearny street, between Setter 
aa Poet, saa Francteoo, • 



An Elegant Tribute. 

Seme one recently ch:reed a Titusville 
(Ohio) editor with depicting in too extrava 
ga ,t language the pergonal peculiarities of 
the editor of a St. Louii paper ; whereopon 
the ccan of Titusville cxphioB his views in 
tbo following touching and Usttful para- 
graph : 

As for grorsty exaggerating the deformi- 
ties of t .io emtjr of the Globe, we have us 
yet uoly toadied upon his miner defect* of 
p^rsou. We hive not yet given publicity to 
Ipe fi t that he is near-sighted and long- 
ncs^d, so much eo tbat be caunot write with 
a peneil, for he is compelled to bold his head 
eo teir the paper tbat h:s probuecis wipes 
out every word as soon as wrr.teo. We have 
not alluded to the wart on the bridge of his 
nc bo, nor the buitjn-hole in his upper lip, 
by whtch he tu'tons the latter up over his 
nose, using the wart f^r a button, thus spar- 
ing his moustache when he eats soup. We 
have not mentioned the wen en. one side <f 
his hsad, which is eo large it is frequently 
miatak-n f-r the real brad, and h* always 
haa to csk his wife if he has got his bat on 
tbe right knob before he leaves home. 

There is snob refinement and elegance in 
this tribute to.biB friend, tbat wo once more 
begin to have faith in the mighty future of 
American journalism. It would be inter- 
esting to know if Mr. Golfa* intended to 
introduce affectiocata raragriphs of ih's 
peculiar kind into the Tribune. 

Knew She WoultL 

"Are you going to move this afternoon?" 
inquired a boy of the mistress ef a house 
in I stroit the other day. 

"No, of courde I ain't," replied .the wo- 
man, considerably surprised. "I'll bet you 
two dollars you will— the roof of the houBe 
is all ablaze 1" cried the boy. So it was, but 
pedestrians, ladders and water put it out. 
The man of the house says he would give 
$50 ta be sbutup with that boy for about 

ten ininHCeB. 

- ■ - ■♦_ — 

The Latest. 

Pound-parties are making St- Louis gay 
this winter. They derive their name from 
the circumstance that each person invited 
iB requested to furnish a pound of pastry ; 
confectionery, fruit or other edibles for the 
table, and thus a bonotiful eupper is pro- 
vide.!. These parties are given at private 
residences. 



Oysters. 

In strolling ronnd the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Oar careless feet, by chance aid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a ecreen 
Through which a Bweet bouquet was seen ; 
While xnoEBy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters soitly feU, 
Made tbat wlnaow feem to be 
Some fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here^ — 
It looks so nice — and try their cheer."; 
"All right," I said, '-I must agree 
ThBt thiB place BUits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made hie appearance, asked our wish- 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we migbt name. We found It true* 
And cooked ■magnijictnlly, too; 
All kinds of oyeterp, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
and if your mouth don't water, then 
Yon 're different from other men. 
They'd clam t and oraba and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
Tbat cosy place all kinds of game, ■ 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best tee cream; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get wUat they call "such nice dinners," 
Whoever donbts this let bim rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bnsh, 
And there this truth he'll And made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Paoiflo Oyster Eouee, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHAItLSS HAAEE, Proprietor. 



1 1 la Perfectly Astonishing; 

How beautifully* and quickly they do washing 
at tbe What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
jelore S a.m. returned the same evening If de 
tired. z 



Th? Illustrated Press (S. F. ) 

No. 1, January, 1873. Sold by subscription- 
Si SO a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
nnmberp, 15 cents. Addr>ss Murray, Dewey & 
0o., 6. F. o 



JOO Fairs ol Uocka, 
At all prices, it t he What Cheer Laundry. 



Glaieyoyakt. — Madame Clara Autonla, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Tranoe Medium, 
has removed to 323 Kearny at. Oonsultatiens in 
Sngllsh. French and German. t 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LEWIS & PANDER, 



THE ART OF SINGING 

I N ,? T ^5 IGBEST PERFECTION -RICHARD 
C PPk ** FABBRI, teaobar of eeraral cele- 
brated h-jropean artistes, late Director of tbe re- 
nowted 1 Oonserritory ef Geneva, Maitta dn Obant 
of tn» Frenob Im ,eri»l Academy of Muaio. Con- 
doctor of the PbilbarmoDiqae Sooiets in Paris 
and at i reaent Musical Uiieoter of tbe Fabbri' 
Upers, is prepared io give private Iteeona, eiiber 
at oU offloe or at the re*irfen.-e of ihe papila- 

»w'ftajr i ^¥^saVA , ^fb.SS!i; 

Market and Etlia. Also, Jett^a received and terma 
ty be bad at tbe na>) store of M. Gray, Clay at . 
a^a or Messra bberman & Hyde, corner of Rotter 
aod Kearny ttreete. jafi lm 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



....FOB TEX.... 



3ST0E3-W S-JES^-JEt.. 



FRESH AND BRIbUANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE B0MAUCE AND BEAUTY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

32 BT WILEIE COLUX8, 
IS THE 

Golden Era 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "PodgeTa," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charles Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE TALK, 

By Olive Harper. In 

The Golden Era 



TOM A. BvAT^K'S 

FenllletoD. ln| 

The Golden Era. 



OBIS1KAL STOKIES, POEMS AND 
8KETCHK8. FASHION OOSSIP, 

A1TUSEMESTS, IITEBATUBE 
AND AIT, ANSWERS TO COB- 
KESPC.XDEJJTS, ETC. 



WILLIS' BAND. 



M 



USIO FUENISHED FOR ALL 
7". °co.Mon8. Music imported, arranged 
and for sale, 

Fritz Piper, and Marcm M. niam 
.Leading "Vlollnl.t.. 

io"""Add;n. ,r S? 1 *w c °£'!i'7,S""S» a ' Mtmd.d 

<S™ lU V, '. ■ WIL I-IS. Baton's Mtiilo 
Rl mi »£«, L' *■■'"*•" »<*:til, or MAKOUS M, 
BLUM, 2£Q Montgomery etre^t. je6tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICE, 

Saa Francisco Saving* Union, 6S8 CaH- 
fornla ttrcet, corner of Webb. 

F°$ 7n? H 4 LF YEAR KWPINO WITH THE 

«T.J^ 8 ir D .t; emb ! r ' l S7i .' * dividend bas bren da- 
oiarei at tse rate of Dine and eix-tentbs (9R-10) 
per cent, per annum oa Term DapouilB, and eight 
V S fl !; CeD . l rV. per an " D m on Ordinarv DepoBita, free 
of Federal Tax on D^posiw, payable on and after 
13sb January. 1873. Br order 

_ . MA'ihU. Wail^. "Hhiff, 



11HE "GOLDEN ERA." IS THE OLDEST 
Weekly Paper in the State, permanently 
established, and more widely circulated at home 
and abroad than any other on the Pacific Coast. 
In California, tbe Atlantic States, aod throughout 
the entire field of itsereat and rapidly increasing 
circulation, the "GOLDEN ERA" is universally 
regarded as a litarary and family journal ol une- 
qualled excellence. 



To Advertisers. 



Tbo "GOLDEN ERA" is a welcomo Sunday vis- 
itor in every Home and Household, aad os an 
advertising medium its advantages must b9 appa- 
rent to business men. 

TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS, 

The ©olden Era, for One Year. S3 50; 

for Six Months, S3 ©O. 

Subscript ions to be paid in advance. 

The Golden Era and Petenon'i X, tidies' 

National Musozine, One Tear, $5. 

■•-THE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 

Carriers in the city at U'_- cents per week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA, single copies, Ten Ocnte. 
For sale at all News-stands. 

Office of the Golden Era, 

540 Clay street. . . ,San Francisco 



CONSUMPTION pre- 
vented by the timely use 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal- 
sam," the best and most 
speedy remedy in use for 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Bronchitis, Influenza, 
Loss of Voice, Incipient 
Consumption, and all Dis- 
eases of the Throat and 
Lungs. Ask for " Hall's 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price 50 cents. Sold by 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PKOPBIETOES, 

Cor. Sanaome and Commercial streets. 

noli t f 



Pacific Stone Company/ 

THE P^CIFIO STONE COMPANY OALL 
tbe especial attention of ArcniteotB, Engin- 
eers, and the pnblio in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of tbe Stone now being manufactured- 
by them in this city under tbe Ranaome Patent*** 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
Bonding; Front*, Water Pipe, 

Mbk*, Monument*, Fountains., 

Tllea, Copln3B> for Wullo, 

Filler-, etc., ete*(. 

Together with Ransome's oelebrated Free-Grfc 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee Bnperiois 

and at a price far below that of band-cut work. 

■V-The attention of private parties intending to 
build is respectfully solicited. 
Offloe, No. IO BUSH STREET, San Francisco, 



' MANUFACTURER! 

— AND— 
S KP AI R EX* 



THOMAS W. BR£E, 
$/) DRUMS. BANJOS, 

^C*S — AND— 

OThSX MUSICAJL IXSTKIMESTS 

ESTABLISHED IN 1865. 



MISSION STKEET, between First and Becond. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro 
eoaionals always on hand . 'alfi tf 



Declared A^alnat the Whole W r orId and 
the Reat of Mankind. 



PATENT EAGLE BLACKING -Ty-ARRANT- 
ed superior to any in tbe market. Manufac- 
tured by MOORE & CO.. No. UIO LeideBdoiH. 
street, S. F. Directions for Uee: When found too 
thick, add a little water. Keep the bottle well 
corked. Seld by all Grocers, Jroggiate, etc. d21 




TRAYS always on band. 



Alfred Tetter, 

Manuf aotorer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES, 

££5 jDupont, 

NEAB SUTTER STREET. 

See my stock of Bird 
Cages before purchasing 
elsewhere. Aiwayseome- 
tbiognew on hand. My 
Piiter.it Cages, made of 
Tin Wire, are warranted 
FREE FROM VERMIN 
Also, best quality TEA 
no20tf 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

613 KEARNY STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT < 
the Bbo?te3 notio? All Pipes and 
Cigar Holders wauanted gsnuine, and 
to color well. Metr j cbaau) Pipts aid 
walking Cases Mounted and Repaired 
at lowest Ea'tern Prices, aod with tbe beat work- 
manship. A Urga aaeortment of WalkiDg Canes 
and Fancy Goods of every description always on 
hand. no21 lm 



The Popular Beverage 

CONGRESS WATER FROM THE PACIFIC 
Congress Springs, near SaDta Clara. Indorsed 
by tfce Medical Faculty its curative powers being 
equal to the 'celebrated CongreBs Water from tb» 
Springs of Saratoga, New V ork. Depot removed 
from 128 Kearny street to New Montgomery, one 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. Lib- 
eral discount to the trade, and orders attended to 
promptly. de25 lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant, 

OHAS. V. BEBGOLD, PROPRIETOR, 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 3^^ 
and most popular Restaurant in IflBs^ 
Sao Francitco. The Tablee are uup- '•rT^nW 

elied with the best in market. p--~» ■/* ^ 
j the week. dOS PINE STREET, justabov 
Mootcomerv- martfi lm 






QJBORGE MAYESa; 

T^EALER ?S OYSTERS. OLAHS 
mJ andall kinds of SHELL FISH. . 
Malls Nos. -tO, 41, 42, California^ 
Market, entrance on California street. ' — 

PuoIkj or private parties and families supplied 
from 6 a.m. to 12 p. m. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
t>TB*ar Room ooen froB> ft *.»*, to 1? p \i -te^llr 



DR. W. A. PAYNE. 

f>HIS OELERRA1ED PHTSICIAN HAS EB- 

X moved his office from tbe Rue* Hon*e (o bia 
Elegeol boite ol Roomr, No. «6 Koarnj etreeL 
a.IellBjoDKiiBo.Be «ittom. oaeBlion. Do not 
rail to call. All uhronic Dieeseee treated eocceea- 
ta "''- delDlm 



Bar Sng-ar 

P>OR SALE-018 KEARNY STSEET. AT 
MERGER'S. Aho, every kind ol Oacdiee 
Wholeeale and Retail. 
no ' lf M. A. M1KCEK. 



Indian Queen Range. 

The Best In the Market 

HAKUFAOTDRED BT 

CALEB M. 8ICKX.EB, 

0018 tf Ago mil 4g» Kenrn 




HEWYORK^PfilCES 

HALL'S PfANOS 
For sale at No. IS 
j ler street.. OaJl and 
examine foryouraelvei. 

■•-Tbe only Califor- 
nia-made Piano on the 



Wap» Soda l£ J) 

l»iir>ri!ln« Tesle. 




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METROPOLITAN THEATRE 
Grtitnt SetsaTiH cf the Season 

The Yellow Hat! 

The Yellow Hat! 



NEW ALHAHBUV TnBATttH. 



»«i>nuiwM 



iii i ; i • * » i • i i v k 



EMERSON MINSTRELS 



• «■'«.<.« ,_•_-. 



Twenty Thousand Persons. 



Tliroo CornpanloB Oonaolldatcd 

TMII I JANUARY 9 

itiit irniia Dnaiao t«i wbii. aid iatordat ArTianoni at i. 



I'.in lit »i---i ;..r. . i..in.n.-..t i. lit Stolon. 



Of UIUU- *«v mm I m««<tw. 
mdudi Tii« ouri cr j»»»ii 



The Yellow Hat 



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'' ma(lon«, 

■ ■•mill. ry. 

Battalion or Amiwons, 

Brilliant Armor. 
Wonififul ( •' iii«. 

Mine Moclianiral Effects, 
Sup>-r!> Variety Entertainment, 

Iniilww Tricks and Novelties, 

...thk.... 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

Tif *bi4* r^-sil-c ft ConbtaaUon of Amotions 
ft«T»r • ■tailed la ant Tb*a'r«. 



See It! 



ee It! 



►" B.1 CMk* W tnm 9 LI . Io 5 r It , vbir* R,i.rT«d 
Uwt<l'<it>l SIX DAYS l!f ADVANCE, 
r '■ I FRKK LIST. Tatr. .ill b, no .xctp- 

■ to t.U tol.. 



(■I U •' «IX«TRItlJI 

: > . Mmu« 

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w > imn 
' • ■ «ii ■• tii« oirn an.i.v mt««i« 

RIKIi.K UAB OG*I WITU Till AaVJllJl J. g, HUHALX 

O— !!■»■« «■ MM 

OoodToye. XT nolo Stove. 

1 M I K «trVI Mil. 1. 1 ■■— f»B|lH til II. . | I. HART 



I'arl H i'l < Ml... 



IIIHKKMVN IMMn T. FAR WIN 



AS TXVO r»E5A.S. 



"R H.r.v 

Until >• «AM Kli KKV 



THAT RASCAL BILLY. 



EltrR'll* 



A1I> ROI klFIHRH 



OVERTURE 



To conclude wjtb Add Rjm.li'. Bk.tch .utlilfd,^ ~ 



ORCHESTRA. 

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33 PE V O) 3K, Gg 213 



MR BO'tUWIV HI BBS APT) K'< MAN . MK BARNABV FURRS ... 

MRS KrN.I » WS It (BBSS HbH JKNME .KNaBY BIBB*. ., 

LAWYKK tllttK* M. A1.N3C.KV SOOlT iDUKUin B S.N A IL.i B J. . 



....SAM RH K*Y 

BjB HaRT 

it \s. i>TJlTuN 



FRIDAY r V>NlNO, J.motry lUti - 

Benefit of iAQialicer find IF^rron.. 



MONDAY EVENING. J.UQ.iry 20th— Flr.-t Appeir.nce of 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THEATRE DOES NOT ADVERTISE IN THE "CHRONICLE. ' 



* Ail Bills against the Alharxibrs Theatre most oe present* J hereafter on Monday. 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



THl. EVrHINO JAHOARYB 

lata 
Nr - •*• 0AMr»ODON IC O 

^^^^^ L«t# .1 If . A !n..b-. T. 

111! .f lb. e.p . 

Isrtfa— r, Parl.it, Blxon Thorn ps nn ! 

Ir..t t.m.n.Al 

^E 11 '" 1 * 1 !»•■*■■ Mom. I* t 

»ah*r Parka 

I l-tia 1 <*lBce*oea 

- 

• + r Mtiis t« • Ml*sO n.fi 

M »tii« Hr*«er 

' 'b«rlM Tr.oa»p»oo 

1 "i i j 



Or.fi a • 

Tho 



MusjIomI 



OiattxHia 
w ondor. 



KIv«* Mlnutosj witla Monlmcr 



Oraoataa •■!►■■ 
■Ilakilawd I •■« 



Mu- Ctaada 

•■■■ale Mn-Wfr 



HARD CHEEK. 

Marti r»#t Tb ompion 



Mr. Hugh Kibinsiii. in His Changes! 

Dnwn Jasaaaa lb* Oaatl l-ydl» |,| T li. I >ti.a 

u • • - - ■• ■ i,,,,, FJ.soa 

Rt-nr Mother. |>« ('nar llnave Mm I,« Porrr-al 

r, °« ^Vniter Parka 



TbomiMOB 



H lUNTED HOUSE 



.Morttaw 



pTcrUir* . 



Drobaatn 

I-ou DlXOB 

Mla> I Itii.tl* 



a«lo 

Ain't I Nvreet 

H,,,l » d ...M..1I1F 1,1 Ferreat 

a ^" n _" g J I !r'-T." CTr ''- :~ Mu * L,v,n B»i«n 

SD.Q ON MAQIC FLUTE ANO KETTL5 ORUM, WITH ONE 

STICK, BY THE MUSICAL WONDER. 

MYSTERIOUS LODGING HOUSE 

Frft "« Morim-r VFalur Parka Loo Dlxoa 



..UrgQeHtra 



" 00 « Kuti? Z»cl 

Comle N„, a- Moaale liieurr 



To oooclada witb Uuxb Itobiotoo'* lit* n Sketcb, 

Before tlio TJaTen ! 

Dennis "urubj i „ . _ 

B.rriONtil j Ku«h Uob'awg 

Km* MUr " br '■ '.'".'■"•••■ °. Thomson 

UOUs'j EtfaD, a villain of 'it™ AaapV'st d»*. '.'.'.'.'.. ...f. ilo^llmi* 
Othtr cbbraolet* b> Ibo Uompaoy. 



TUI Moi.il IDOUI.NU UU19E*. 
Osan of Commercial 

l.lc.IrtAjol-a t%M 

KeairriT atrrrl, op. 

pnaltrt the l*likji* 

iH k noTRRLU 



PACIFIC HOUSE, 
OLYMPIC HOUSE, 




VT-TiaT»TIITBVr 



OarCeUoraUd VI SO Wruto Hhirta. 
• r-' Al 1. AND SKK TUl'M. 



That fi t PEiit'EJTL,if, and (or rj-iatit? and durability wilt at 



I XI lu A.UfM'Ilt V 



i bad only at tbe 
Nl'lHtK, BIB Ke«rny street. 



FERNVJOEZ & AGUIRRE. 

FASHIGSAtti.K IiAlTKRS. Ho. HO-S f~M 
Post M'ltKEP, notrKoito;. A fla« M 
iniort.'ufnt «f Hnta and Oit>» ooDataatt) on^S**a, 
band. »/ Hatt made to ordar and renova'dd iu 

tbe Deft'.„nt. Btyle. oofilm 



A PERFECT RUSH 

KEFT UP 

Day and r^iglit, 

AT THE OBEAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

U.X EEABIX ITBHET. 

A WON DERF UL BUSINESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE' IN AMERICA 

la saw oaTcrlai; arc«ter Hargnlna than htive 

erer bee« oaTcred la taa Fruaclaco. 

'With our coanectloa la 

New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

afraaa walch we are dully rtcelvlaff Goods 
buturbt »t the laweat Cash Prices 

IHkT OTJUB.XIIVO'S'. 

OUR Mtrr.J 13 TO 

X L and Undersell All 



JUST RECEIVED, 

1,0*0 pairs Caailsaere Pnnli, worth «0 OO, to be 

•old at »:» CO. 
a«0 aoaea White shirt-, worth 91 SO, to 1>e sold 

at t& ecnta. 
M caiei «f nenry Vadereothlaar, tOc to 81 SO. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

Proas 9S: to s)t SO. oold eliewhere from Sa to •>, 

ALSO. AN 1MMKNHK BXOOK OF 

XOTIOlVa. PtftCY OOiine, F.AOI.Itll CTJT. 

UST, PIPKN, OI.OVFJ, TOBACCO, 

WATCUM, KVUBER OUUjiM, 

HOMlERY, 

TruulL-j. I3raca., Vallaee, 

AND IN FAOT. KVERYTHINO, 

From a TXeedle to an Anchor 

Call and txtmloo oor pnotr, and latlafy roatsaWsi tbat 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

IB THE GREAT 

IX Is Auction Store, 

eia kearhy itbekt, 

Oae Door from CotasaarelaL. 

HIE QUILTED SILK HATS, WORTH $5, FOR $1 50 

■TAicltoI Rmte. X.cry Kl.kt at 7. 



JOHN ROBL'S, 




NONE BUT Till: BEST QUALITY OF MEATS 

OAN BE HAD AT 

Stalls 5, O, Ooliiornln. Market 



FIONEKK SHOE UANCFAOTOBT. 




mr TH« n>o«t, ELKGANT OTIBTOM WORK IN TUB rilTV 
u.ll «Dd .x.mine goods ud price.. BKER8 A .MAVN ABD 

• SB K-.rnT.t.r..l. ^n. <tno T .onth of Po.l. 



»" X 



jAl 3FS. O* 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... CIRCULATES IN .... 

All the Theatres, 

and is 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

IN 1HH VIAB. 

GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE CITY 



On the BOATS and CABS 



THE OLD 

Hot SCOtcH, 

15 AKurtoB Blrecl, near Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 
Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IH TOWN. 

AIwsvb on file tbe New York Henld, Harper's 
W<tkly, fraok LflBlip's, D*f*B Doing", Police Ga- 
a«tle, all tun Oollfnroia pan-up. aluo London 
Puuob. UPll'a Lifa. lliastrated London News. Call 
and ea'afy youraelf. 

mm- Doa't lorget tbe Bign of tbe Hot Scotch. 

d»7tr QHARLF8 WM.FFLDMAN. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch. 

AMD. .. 

TOM ami JERRY, 

OO TO Tin' itll \N( II 

Hot ScotCll, 

lllr* Sutter street. Bear Kmruj. 

AH Drinks Ten Cents 

HOT 1IIOW1M It KVEKY XIOHT. 
P0 T5 It JOS. D. B^TPGH. Proprietor 

DRESS JMAKINC. 

MRS. M. F. BISHOP, NO. ISO'FARRKLL 
i tr»' I., is the p'aoo lor Lidin» and wtmnRors 
TiHitmR tbe ot'y io tinVi.i tbeir Or*B»B 11 d« la 
Style, and a D»i feni tit. »t & mnd ora'a prion oe 9 

RICHEDA FAMILY 

(Formerly of Chiarina's Royal Italian Circus) 

WILL GiVE LB8SON8 ON THE VIOLIN OR 
Ooltai", St rt-hHenoaB {if required' , or fir 
plab Mnaio for Halls or Parties, at mod-rale 
obarses. Krairfen e, 8'"i« MontKom«ry »'"»' 
corner Jack-foo. tonniKo.ll dfil21ra 

J. C. COMBES, 
TEBRAPIN X-TJiXOKr. 

Car. Second nsd Tehcnna streets. 

a>-Terrppin constantly on hand. 
fOiatero io n^ry etyla. PKIVATB 
-SUPPKR BOOMS FOR PARTIES. 
* de« 31 1m 

CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF THIS LEADING MEMBERS OF 
i be '1'beatnual P'ofe*»loo in ■ ali'omla p'0- 
p09" Jon IfR claf"f» for \ dtrootion in k Joem ioo. 
P«r*ons wleblDR to nva'1 tb* uaelTes of tbs oppor- 
tunity of a< quinnii aui fnl art ut. a modrrutn on«t 
cnriBend In tbniT name) to "Oaitbyses " P. O. Box 
2334. whin particalars as to tstus, etc.. will be 
■ant ho then. d»9 tl 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Saloon, 

3 I 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon beheld It? If not, you've a treat 
At SQ0ArtZV8 PUNCH 84LOON, In Kearny street,! 
There BONA, dlEClple of GREAT SQUABZA, 
Dispenses famed Magic Punches; rathsr 
The most delicious mlx'uroa yot recorded; 
And have with many medals been rewarded! 
Ladles their CORDIALS there can alp it lelsare,— 
Their "TEARS" appease,— and Hen gain "LAD1IEB 

PLEASURE." 
To allay connubial differences and pain. 
In "ANTI-DIVORCE" you can your end attain. 
Sip of the potent extract but one taste, 
Yuur arm, consoling, straight Is round her waist 
eness what a "HORNING COM FOR V" la the list 
That beala the pnsrrel ami ImpartB the bliss) 
Tbe "WELCOME" too, you'll always find 
A balmy tootnnr for tho troubled mind. 
The bright "AURORA,"and tho sweet "FAREWELL, 
Just visit BONA, an ] you'll all fare well! 
His "HYGIENIC BITTERS" are (ha panacea 
For all dyappptloa and for diarrhoea. 
No CUoi-ni Morons ever has been founcb 
Where "HYGIENIC BITTERS" fcaook aronMi 
BONA and SQU,\RZi, spite of all dotraotors, 
Have proved tho Niflou'a gtoatost bsuafaotorsl 
Full h'onrir ilT)r&oc htilchMl drlair.4 yoa'll And 
To aid the Man— Invigorate Ibe mlndl 
Not this alone— i. Welcome you will meet 
At BONA'S-(SQOARZA'S) -317 KEARNY 8THEET. 
RtrnTJitier. t->o, not this famed pUce to pass; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT A QLASfly 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 

THE FSRST PREMIUHt 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairf 



noR SALE WOOKiRSALB AND BBTA1L 
at the old eatnMlakneat.-lSC E^ad****-* 
oppoaftr IVbat Ckt *r Hodh 



^ ^^ssssl 

'FIGARO 9 



THE JOTJBNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published every Day in tho Year by 
* - I»- BOOABDTJB 

: Merchant »»d C85 AVnahlBBtoii ata. 
Below Montgomery, Sao Fraoclsoo. 



THURSDAY JANUARY 9, IBIS 



amu^Iments, Etc 

California Theatre. 

"Aladd n" nil) drawas lomtBia andleaces. The 
bal !e b * great fretore of the entertainment, and 
Uiftcs Betty sod Emily Rigl are mooh asplaudod 
•very night Jothiir tew dances. New featnrea 
Kill be shortly Introduced. 
Blhemhra. 

The I'Qblio o( Saa Francisoo and the retpeot- 
ablo portion of (be press are ag-ead ou'n thia 
point— (bat there nev.r was a miastrtl perform- 
acco conralniog so much fun and ao ut'.-rly uml- 
loyed by vulgarity as that pr sealed by Emerson's 
MiaatrelB. Amorg the many ama-ing feature* of 
the performance at present btiog given n-ay be 
meotioned T.J. Farron'a "Hibernian Gems," P. K. 
Bakat's "Sounds from G>rmaay," Billy Emerson 
Id ' Good-bye, Uncle Sievt\" and "fhat Rascal 
Billy," aod Bob Hart, Sam Rickey, Add Rytuan, 
Mits Jennie Sherman, M. Aina'ey boott and Obae. 
Button in tho aketoh entitled "Divorce." whioh is 
sightly received witb roara of laughter. 
Metropolitan Theatre* 

"Tho Yellow Hat" with the superadded attrac- 
tion of "Hamply Dampty's Lf.im," draws crowd- 
ed hone?, The transformation scene and the 
march of tic Amirca haveoacseda perfect fu- 
rora, aod ereryooe wishes to eea them before this 
pico u withdrawn. 1 be management will, after 
tbia holiday piece baa had in rar, commence the 
regular season with a reorgnn'z*dtoompaoy. They 
annoacce the rogagement of Misi Augusta L. 
Dargon. To-moirow evening, tee Saa Francisco 
Oljmplo Clob will >ake a benefit. 
Bella Union Theatre. 

Mas Jennie Worrell and Mies Lil ie Hall are 
ImmesEC favsrites at this bouse, and appear to 
■real adrantage in the very l.vely burlesque cf 
"Black -Eyed Soussn " Tbis is preceded by a oap- 
jtal Hrjt part and an olio of acts, songs, comic 
sketches, ballet, song and dance. etc, 
■Tlie Atbenenm. 

-J, Campodonico's wonderful performances on 
the migio Ante, and'drom p'ayed with one stick, 
Maggio Brewer's comic songs, Ungh Robiason'a 
change;. K.ty Zeal's ballads, and a nambar of 
sou, songs nod dance* opacified oa oar first page, 
■lake op an entertainment that pleatej all visitors 
to this bouse. 
An tilra Illumination, 

Las', oigbt. during the performance of "Alad- 
din' at the Oalifornia Theatre, one of the fes- 
toon) of flowers aad lanternB ia ih'j "Featibtf 
Laoterns" ece:o, caught dre aod blazed np with 
considerable vigor. Everyone kept cool ; there 
was oo fright manifested; the actors end actresses 
like a lit of Oasibiaooas, etooi on the burning 
stag*, the audience didn't attempt to move, the 
curtain was raog down, the tire was pat on>, and 
the ballet went on as if nothing bad happened. 
California audiences don't ecare easily. 
Woodward's Gardens, 

These beautiful ga denB look delightfully fresh 
and b'oominR after shower*. Great attractions 
are announced for next Saturday aud Sunday: 
Jd'Ile 8e:yeib, the magnificent; John Gooklia and 
M'lle Stacy, and TheGraat Buislay Family in tbeir 
varied performances. There wilt be a balloon at- 
cenaion oa Sunday, 
Horticultural Hall. 

Skating assemblies Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
ning, Wednesday aftemooa and evening. Thurs- 
day afternoon and evening, and Saturday af lernoon 
and evening, 

ANATOMICAL MTJS£TJM.— Odo of the most 
•ompiete collections of the ktnd ia the United 
States, comprising hundreds of CPHly and beau- 
fcltnl wrx models, ia daily on view (to gentlemen 
aniy) at 'he Museum on Montgomery street. An 
hour mar be profitably anent here. 



Death of the Emperor Napoleon* " 

Tha ex-Emperor Napoleon Third" died at 
Chiselhurat, England, this moroiog. 

Immense quantities of cigars aremanufco- 
tnred in Bremen and Hamburg, aod 
brought to tbi3 country, whera they ars 
gold as prime Havana 9 . Cabbages bring a 
high price in Loth citus named. 



Something? New. 

Tfm A. Hnbbard'd manuraclurj 1 mieses' and 
infant's garments and ladiei uxd.rwo.r in suit , 
are famed for their superkrity of make and tex- 
ture all over the Union Mr. Geo. W. Amldon, 
the aathorlx d agent of Mr.Hubbar J, has ettat- 
Jithcd a depot of theaagoolaat 243 S cond et, 
for wholeFale and re- ail tr.de. A liberal dl - 
count to the trade. j 



To AcntEESES.— For sale at a gr?at eacrlflce 
-St 33 Geary street, tix elegw. silk dresses, une- 
qualled for quality and style. s 



A Happy/ New Tear. 

What a plea >* re it is to meet a smiling counte- 
nance, whether it be on the street or in the par- 
lor. And why la it that ton* faces wear a ooatin' 
ually happy look ? It ia simply because tboy live on 
• plain, nutritious and substantia! diet. That man 
ia a pohllo benefactor who will coasolODtioasly 
serve ua witb a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Louie Meyers. oroDrietor of the "White 
Houer." Kearny street, alio of the Capitol Res- 
taurant, Fourth street. dossil, as hundreds can 
entbaaitatLCally KsHry. His k tthone are marvels 
of ord-r aud o aaLlinets. Try him, and you wKl 
find It impossible to eateleewbere. 



Misdirected Correspondence. 

The f blowing letter was ev.deotly droppad 
in our box by mis'aka, being mtendei for 
tbe Chronicle. However, we will give it 
the benent of cur extended circulation : 

Mi-teb Edditob :— Obaervin that ladies 
cod: p '»• in the most rcspsokable partcf tbo 
kommanity is nritin to yon comp aioin of 
tbe ojua na:bnro( tbe porformance at tbe 
Alhimbry, I with t> add my komplaint. I 
bavn't ever been to tbe Alhambry myself, 
teuu^e I can go 1 3 the cirkua for ju--t the 
same money it oos's to go thare, and can get 

my [this word was very indistitct, 

and we didn't try very bard to xmka out 
what it was.— Ed. Figabo] of amusement at 
Woodard's Gardens for twenty-five santa. 
My Mary Anne she goe?. Mary Anne is a 
prtebus Bite btt er kritt c of musikle pur- 
fjrmarc:3 than most of the dededs cf tbe 
prtsd exB^ptin youraalf, M:at«r Edditor, and 
p!ajs Shoo Fly on the poanner beau'ifnl, 
though I am ter motberaod prap] shouldn't 
say it. Mary Anne she moves in the bong 
tong sarkles of sotisty ; she dnsses real gay 
and lores what fasbua is; she goes to all 
the skalin aeBembliges too. Will, Mary 
Ann tas been goin 1 1 tie Alhjmbry, against 
my wish, cf course, bs no lady woald wish 
her dawte-ra to go there, and I a^t her to 
discribe the pnrformance. She did bo, end 
her diacripshnn wa3 nal disgustful. Sts 
ha, " Mother ycu wouldn't like it, it's too 
low. There's a lot of saoozera oomts on tbe 
sla^e with tbeir fdces blaobed, and they setB 
op a yelp; then they makes a lot of joaks 
that's too coarse f r me to understand — 
things out of Shaktspeer and other bad 
books. There's a girl there cjlled Fairon 
t^atdoes notbin else but make eyes at the 
mep and goes on shameful. I don't bK are 
she's any better tLaa a beer jerksr, and not 
so good as some of 'em." Saa sha, "Mother 
don't you never go thare, it would shock 
yonr sanaabilities, and no faabuoable lady 
orttigo." Of course I feal bad beciuae 
Alary Anne will still go to tha Alhambry, 
and I can't atop it. I'm Eure, Mister Eddi- 
tor, the kommanity should be obleeged to 
you, holdin the posishun you do in scsiety, 
and mixin aa yon do in all tha big bug's 
weddin parties, and bavin re£eaved such at- 
tensbuna from Eriedlander, e'settery, for 
viaroin sosiety against this. It aint re- 
spectable. My Mary Anne when she seen 
Tildy Jones tbere wes downright spooked, 
and seB she t -> me fies sbe, " When I see her 
there stuck up in tbe dreEs tuik'e I saa to 
myself, 'Well, this ia a h— 1 of a piece for a 
church member to come to,' and then Hooks 
round and there waa skarsely any of the 
farhuuable folks that goea to ska tin rinks 
there, and I almost makes up my mind, 
moiher," ses she, "thit I wouldn't go no 
more." Now, Mr. Edditor, if yon like to 
publish th's you can. I sine myself 
The Motheb of a Tebchewus Dawteb. 



All Eyes. 

The Baltimore EventBg News of the 30th 
ult. 3aye: 

The return of Mr. JefferBon to tbe Opera 
House will set our bearti at rest about the 
many painful errors and falsehoods which 
were incircalation concerning bim. He be- 
gins an engagement on New Year's night— 
an auspicioua omen. 

This rtfers to the persistent statement 
of the press to the effect thit Mr. Jefferson 
bad loot bis sight and was not likely to re- 
cover. 

♦ 

Baptiimal Breeches. 

The widc-awaka editor of the Catholio 
Esview has discovered, in a quiet corner of 
the National Baptist, "the most outrageous" 
advertisement he has ever ssen. It relates 
to "baptismal pants," manufactured by a 
certain Philadelphia tailor, which are offered 
as prizes by tha Baptist edilor for new enh- 
ecribera to the Natiooal Baptitt. "Pants" 
ia pioof-reading for "fonts." 



Jamml Foil. 

An exchange informs us that Sig. Jammi 
Foli ia singlog in Italy with gi\ at credit to 
bis native Italy and piofit to himself. He 
csad to be plain Jim Foley when he to idled 
fish in Connecticut and laid the foundation 
for his greatness by eying " codfish 1" 



Din m on a Catarrh Remedy 

la a sure cure for C.t an b or Ooldg. Ask your 
drag-Ust for It, or Edod to Dr, A. F. Evoi, No. 
9 Pott street. z 

Lover Buckle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 2fi per cent, cheaper than elae- 
'Thera— at the What Oheer Laundry. % 



Gentlemen, Attention! 

For themoe^comforlableand lnxculou3 shtve 
bs tore and call at O. L. Snsand's Police Shaving 
and HalTdresslng S^oon, m Montgomery b'., 
opr>oMte Boss House, up-fctiiiJ. QlIj the moat 
. skillful aittBta employed. a 



tlOttltXi una. r'leueure, 

Tnere are not too many pleasures In Ban 
Francisco. Nothing la more pleaaant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into tne oouq- 
fcry now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
teep a carriage of their own, can and one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Damage rtand. Frank Bou- 
Con has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carrlagea of every description. HiB 
Irtvera are careful and experiences, hie oharges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
co to Frank Bouton at the Uociaentai Hotel 
» hen you want a carriage. o 



Still A.llve! 

When looking for Holiday preeentp, go to the 
New Yobx Fhotoorafh Galixet, No. 35 Third 
street, and see those beautiful portraita lo oil, 
water-colors and India- ink. p.icee from one- 
third to one-half cheaper tban at any other 
Qrat-claaa gallery In the city. Bcmtmber (he 
place— B. F. HowUnd Ac Co., 26 Third at. p 



The : esldent>« Messnpre. 
- Peace and prosperity are the key note* of this 
■docorj&eDt. Che<pneBS and durabllty are the 
eharacteriitica cf H. Lucheinget's famlture. 
.All should villi bla euporlnm, 735 Market 
strett, and :t certain hi w cheaply a house can 
&• l*r»i*hea. D 



Dr. Doherty 

Hag devoWd his study more particularly to 
ohxonlc and speolflo practice, and at euch la 
now tbe most Buoeeanful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Bacrament* street, 
corner of Leldeedorfl, a few doors oelow What 
Oheer House. * 

Dr. Barlow *T. Smith 
Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle* 

men on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evenlr g, commencing at 7 Jj o'clock. 
A part ot the evening Is devoted lo tx- mining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Sml'h gives 
phrenological examinations in regard to health 
to taraUda dairy, uosa B tg * r. K-. trs* w 



A. MJL.VS Bf«lCIB£MEM9. 
Love m*. swee*. with all thon a t— 

Feftlit-g. tblnkirg, seciDg; 
Lore me in tbe HghtiSt p r\ 

Love me in full helcg. 

lATa me with thine open youtb, 

la its fraLk svrread<r ; 
With tbe vowing of thy moutf, 

With its allenoe tendir. 

Love me with tblne azor j «yes, 
Mala for < artest grantlua ;— 

Taking colt r from the Bklee, 
Cai Heaven'd truth bs waLtiog? 

Love me with their lids, that fall 

Boow-like a', fir it meeting ; 
Love me witb tby be r . that all 

Toe neighbor j then see beating. 

Lova me with tby hind, ttr.tied out— 

Freely— opt>r .minded ; 
Love me with tby loiterlog foot, 

Heaiing oce behind it. 

Love me witb tby voice, that tnrns 

Sadden fa nt a -ov-j m ; ; 
Love me with thy bla<h, that burns 

Wuen I murmur "Love me l" 

Love me with tby thinking seal — 

Break it to love-sighing; 
Love me with thy thoughts, that roll 

On through Ih3 living, dying. 

Love me in tby gorgeous air J, 
When the world has crowned thee ; 

Love me kneeling at (hy prayers, 
With the aagels round thee. 

Love me pure, as muBeri do, 

Up the woodlands shady , 
Love me gayly, ta3t and trae, 

As a winsome lady. 

Through all hopes that keep us Irave, 

Furthtr eff or ni^her. 
Love me fcr tee houai and grave — 

And for eometliag higher. 

Thnp, ir thoa wilt prove m?, d.ar, 

Womm'd love no fable, 
I will love thee— hilf a yatr— 

A3 a man is able. 



Alta-ic. 

An exchange thus cbroniclES a local im- 
provement: "Mr. Heborn, of Nelson street, 
has 8 : gnally improved.tbe avenue by .setting 
up a hitcbing-pist in front cf bis palatial 
residence. This piece of statuary is ef 
chestnut, and reeeived i's graceful propor- 
tiocs and delicate finish from the well- 
known Italian taw-mill of Ike Giddings, 
in Dumpling Hole district, It is painted 
yellow, and has a beautiful knob on the top. 
To ihe way-faring man it imparts a fueling 
of security aud rest that beggars descrip- 
tion.'* 



Real Fun. 

A young lady writes to an exchange 
giving a recipe fcr having fun. Bhe says, 
invite half a dczen boys and girls to ycur 
house when your pa and ma are away; 
put a half-dollar silver piece in adiahwith 
molasses an inch deep in it, and offer it to 
the boy who gets it with bis mouth. The 
more boys who try to get it, the mere fun 
there will be. That girl surely deserves a 
diploma. 



Ladles a.n<l Gentlemen 

Who have been Enffering from various com 
pUitts for yearp, are obtaining rtllef from Dr, 
Alkin, at 137 Montgomery street. He performs 
delicate eurgioal operation?, and is daily effect- 
ing remarkable cures of old-standing diseases. 
The Doctor is a competent, Bcientiflo physician, 
and the &fhicted can consult him with conn- 
dence. • 



Live Wen. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding is the cause of many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Bestaurant, on Wash. 
Ingtot, treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the puhllo since 
1849. provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Salmagundi soup, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best cup of tea In the 
city — English breakfast tea — Souohong and 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here. a 



Sam Hoore, 

Formerly of Buss House Carriages, can he 
:onnd in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
ablishment, Bouthwest corner uush and Mont- 
gomery sts. . or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place prompuy attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bq 



Holiday Punches. 

There are no lunches for the Holiday tatles 
that compare with SquarsVs. Equuz .'e Punches 
arefameuj for the high ait shown in their man- 
ufacture, the harpy combination of wholeiome 
tonlCB, and tbeir delicious flavor. Bona, tbe 
disciple of the great Sqaaizs, has prepared 
forty different kind of punches aud co-dials for 
tho H liday tables. For sale at tbe new branch, 
317 Kearnv street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
1.0 Leideadorff street. H 



A. Ploamant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Oenual location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The bniliioR is a very flue one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. » 

Everybody Suited. 

There is no end to the multitude or fashions 
la baip. At " The" Bat Stare, 647 Wa-bic gton 
Btreet [second hat store below Kearny), all Uese 
nrw ttyles can be found. The atock Is immense 
— the prices are reasoLable. Every one who 
goes there la sura to be suited. si 



Bate for Holidays, 

"The" Hat Store, 617 Washington street (sec- 
ond hat ttore below Kearny) , is the place to ge 

to bay your holiday bats. Finest hate, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat store in tho city. 
Bemembcr, No. 647, second hat ttore below 
Kearny, on Washington street. % 



Mian nder stood.' 

It is useless to tdvisa young ladies not to 
s : ng. It's as ca'ural for them to do eo as it 
is for the mo-quito to buzz. But we advise 
tbem not to s'ng such sentimental ditties as 
" Ever of Thee I'm fondly Dreaming" to 
married men. A young lady of Jersey City 
did this recently. There wa? a sudden buret 
into the ioom, a flashing of silk, a hasty exit 
of a man, a scream, and the musical young 
lady found the eofa too small to recline on 
comfoitably, and laid out on the floor with 
her back huir in a dilapidated condition. 
Borne wives don't understand these platonic 
attachments between oth:r women and their 

bnsbandp. 

♦ 

A man advertises for a competent person 
to undertake the sale of a new medicine, and 
adds that "it will prove highly lucrative to 
tbe undertaker." 

Phutoe:rapnic Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, $4 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission Btreet. x 

Holiday Candits, 

Frc-sb, Bweet aod delicious Candies, of every 
variety, at M A. Meroar'a pioneer confection- 
ery, 678 Kearny street. Wholesale and retail, o 



Whitenen 

J Aires C Sexless. SI Second Btreet. 



Sewing Maohlnei for Sale or to Rent, 
Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
IfctUrs Aajj Mf Ms XwdAs, s 



FIGARO 



CIR0DLATE8 AS HOUSE PROGRAMME UH 
every Theatre in Saa Francisco. 



FIGARO 

I S DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 

X oat the centre of the oity, ia all Hotels, Res- 
taurants, Saloooa, Stores and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland Ferry Boats to catch the passengers 
bat arrive by Ibegreat Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada aod 
Ore«oo— the papers lett lo the theatres at Tight 
being gathered up and saved for that purpose. 



FIGARO 

IS " HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is conetaatly meeting a change of readers 
ia tbe Theafes, Traveling Uoaveyanoes, Hotels, 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST BOOIETY, IS 
placed in the bends of nearly alt who come 
to the city to make purchases, and ia therefore the 
best of advertising mediaine. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Saving-* and Leon Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE De- 
clared a dividend of nine (9) per oeot. per 

aptiam on Term Deposit?, aid seven aod odo half 
("'-) percent, per aooam on Ordinary Deposits, 
f rae of Federal Tax, for the six moatha ending 
Deo*mb.r 11, 1871, payable on and after January 
15,1872. Byoruer. 

GEOROE LETTS, Secretary. 
Sao Fraaciaco.DeoemberSl, 1873. ja3 2w 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

OSS Sacramento atreet, 
(The First Hosse below Kearny atreet,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
Help of all It in da.— Gaaerai Bonuses Agaooy; 
Collect Rentp, Notes and Aooonots; Whits ana 
Chinese Laborers supplied for Families, Hotels 
Farmr, Faotoriea. etc 

CHA8, F. llKCnKBFS «b CO., 
dsaa irn 03,4 SauajnenW sUSSb 



S. F. BUSINESS DIRECTOR) 

Bookiellen and Statton^ra. 
H. H. Moore, Wy Montgomery, near Merchant. I 

Botebera. 
Katz, Fred, Stall a 94 to 100, Oati forma Market. 

llraaa FoDDderleat. 
Wsed A Kingwell, Callforaia, 125 First at. 

French Fancy Goeda. 
Looan A Co., 19 Msatgomsry, 107 and 109 SntUr. 

Unman II air. 
Ssmpsoa, A. B. A Co., 110 Sscoad street. 

Maele and Mailcal Inatroanents. 
Keeoe. O. O., mftr. aocordians. repairer of all kind 
musical instruments, 20S Kearny. 
Maccuroul lAanaraclDrera. 
Brignardello, Msocbiavello A Co., 706 Sanseins. 

IVIues and Llqaora. (WUoleesl*,.) 
Danen F. A Co.. 504 Frost. 

Whtltner. 
James O. Sellers. No. 31 Second etreet 



LARGEST 

PosterPrinnngHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Business at the corner of Saorameoto am 
LeideBdorff streets, and 

RemOYed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, in future, condnot tbe earns lice of bnsin 
at the new location, in connection witb tbe office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he has nnited bis stock and business, 
tbns making thu 

THE LARGIST AND BEST APP01NT-ED OFFICE 
tH THE STATE, 

And affording anenrpassed facilities for Priutios 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
Kiven to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engraver, stand at tbe bead of the profee- 
eioo. as samples on the dead- walls of the oity w id 
testify. 

A call is solicited from my friends and the pnb- . 
lie at my new quarters. 

IT. P. TiTIOX, 

deJ lm S»8 Vlay rtreel. 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



D 



EOLAHFD PT T^E JUDGES AT A LATE 1 

Fair of tbe American Inetitnte, after a blind- 



orBTAZ, Sole Agent. «0 O'Farrell street 1 
N B-— Pianos of all styles TO RENT. mars 



OUTSIDE LANDS.. 

A NT AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAVE 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OOT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can h&ve tuo 
amount refunded at the office of the undersigneds 
upon the presentation of an order from the- 
Mayor and Oity and County Attorney. 
delS tf A- AISTIX. 




v. old: 

DA.VF MKNOE3 ± OO., at the I 

_ old original RfdLioa, 1© Gesry 

street, be'weea Ke»ray ^nd Dapoot, where yon: 
oaa have HOT AND COLD URINES, not forget- 
ting tte old Pioneer Lanoh. Tbe "Old Sport" is i 
always on hand. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BEEN' 
over twelve yearB connected with tho press of 
Melbourne, and is well known by tbe members of 
the profession in the Colonies, begs to iatitnat* 
that he Is prepared to give experienced advice ts 
all persons prof.eeetonallv viaiting or meditatinfl ■ 
visit to the Australian Colonies. F»e moderaU. 
Pnnotaality in dispatohlog replies may be relied 
anon, 

WILLIAM HENRY WATERS. 
laViotoria Ohambers, ' ft Collins atreot, Met- 
BoarrJB. Anetralia. fsAti 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

ghj- FINELY FUr WISHED BOOMS, 8D5T- 
JH gle or in soits, 
"W>11 Lighted and Ventilated. 
Hi Onfnrnieoed Rooms to let. Lodging with 
or witbtat board. ALU AVltsKA BETlLOfSQ 
SIP IAt-.V) -tru'i ocUtf-. 



CANDIE5. 

ALL EJNDv OK IbK FINEST : OAND« 
made at our Steam Candy Factory c'.-aiiy. All 
ordera. eepeoi&lly from toe onnotry, era eoliclted 
aod will be promptly attended to, 

OANTY it WAGNER, 
lOT Vft«t»nniar» »t. ro'^8tiK«» 






CENTRAL. 

NO. 113 GEARY STREPT.*, 
Best aocommodations for _, ^ . „ 

Familiea io tb« city. Private ■ iP* ' 1* . 

fntrance forLadi*>». Hair Catting, Shaving and 
Shampooing, children's iiair neatly oaL Ladies 
Shampooing 60 centa. „ „ 

i 171m L. OORRIVEAU-Proonetar. 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy . 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 
HA.YWAK.PS. 

TORY OAKJSb PBOPBTETOB 



Plr«t> 



Class 

jyl$6m 



Cotel. 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ABSORTMl-NT OF GENTS' FUR. 
oiabiog Gooda to bs hnd good and obeao, at 
tfis'^LDOORMEK,- J LKV ¥ 'o, Slo Monl«otn- 
•ry atraer- Justroe g'Tea to all. Don't forget, the * 
aomher, O IO Alpn'go nerj au-teU <UW lu 




Uf r«AIICt«< ' KtOAT. iAUVtRT 9. I' 



*•*. «▼?. ■•. 



tS »sd tlO prr Month J 

WEST END* HOTEL, | 



italta 



0MB 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 



CALIFORNIA THBATB1. 



BELLA UNION THtniRE 



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flu Frann 

Hump!" Dumpty'* Dream! 

MISS BLANCHE CLIFTON 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



aesv wn or tea 






Cl !• ■ i ■ ■ . • 



YELLOW HAT! 



Star Premiere Assoluta. BETTT RIGL, the Premiere Danseuse. EMIIT RIGl. 

-■■ naon 
'Raton.**. Ohl«ron nnd litm Thrpo Tolculod Clillctron. 



ETKRIXO 



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ixd rrur m«i»i nmi n i mM kottoi. 



.JAIfUKAY I) 



TUB MHMi ii i , • i I . i n ■ 



r. I ». I • n . »•!• HIITIIU 



Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp! 









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mi'l' TIIIBn 

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nuirra nipnocuuporu. 

amjoc 

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mc-jtii-ba... 



Humpty Dumpty'g Dream! 

.. Mr w. <t 1 nam 



klMMH Kill K.'y r.il 



, mtiiTloi or »n< 



I M M <> II I' A. I. *«. 



Mnoonrl... Mln .t.n of a-.u, Q«cl'. Bqqt.in.n. fluil-. MtoMteslo. fllnw, tot, 



....HUB M.ooir. Moo»r 

w. a. »■• 

J. a wii.i i.y« .» 

waltm ■ 

r K. 1IU1E 

E J nccll.ll 

_ C. UI>RV 

a. Plimpton 

joiix was is 

■IM I.Ol 

..HISS MIXSI1 WALTON 

....MIS* OU1RIE »I«Tt 

,..IHU H. A. CIUVI1F.F.S 

.MRS. C. B KU.MIIBI 



■airniflcoiit Sn>ncry by Porter! Start lime Illusions ! Uor(?eous Costume-.! 



A.OT 
•mr l.-Tko M .lei 



fih ai'. 



-Th. ri.u.1. 

,. — A. Hiilarir 
Ik- fMlarr 



OLIO. 

Ap«'*»f Hi T.- I.IIIV Dirlliii 

oii» itvirw or Till Aiuot< 

Am TV.J Amlo*OAlo4o*lU ii* nnid TrAMf.ra.liM Soooo 

■MM » 1 

Laid of Fenf. or Halls or Dazzling Light! 

rauAV iiuikq Ji.j.ij Jtu- 

BeiicHtoftheS.F.OlympicCIub 

eUTURDtY AttEflNX>N. Jan 11- 

(.F-nml Yfllow Hnt Mtitlnee ! 



, — Karhanloxl Cave. M-t«'«" r.m*it*tn, nnil |h*> WoL 
■rfal ■****■». <■.!■«•« Uaic« by Aladdin «nd Km- 
ac. I'Mhlf«n. 

A.OX SECOND. 

•#■»■•♦* 1 — tlo'tMpio'i C».l*f -. Nf*N« I.-Hrn«d 
nlnnrr 1> i h- ttornl II tiht T.-rrlll <*>trt.h.| 
-*>o« d -Hih tanhat** C<.tia.«r>. Resio 4*— Chli-ir 
nr dm. Wee .*■ b.-Ffait of i.nntfrin t*rnnd P r •• 
•atlo* of Laateeae. Urund Hulet of Wllvi-r Kn>>. j 



h r M'llea nt'lTl nnd rMII.Y KIIJI. nml ..,,.,. 
.if H..|.r.|. NiNrillriri *.rnlni1. Art- tit at. I • ....... 

«■« hlii.tr* (hlldrrii. Itnd.il ( horni uwd 'I'ub. 

>VCX THIRD. 

Mm I.— I hlir.r Sir***, -rrnr 9 — f« levin r of 
AI*tMillti'e t-.ai.iee. "re-e 3. — Ontd.-n .if Ihr? F-I«er 
«r«a« 4. — K.i«iri.i-'< f'h iinlii-r. ateeac ft.— I h - r'>lr. B 
f.il.cr. NrctP O.-Tiir «r-»h.irr. sr«nr T. ■■!•■■ 
In tv h.Udln'a Put .c-. Nrr-' M. - Ihr O irrtet.a. Nrrnr 
O.-Thr Plum wlt-re ih.- P«lM«| •!«•.. KratlT.il In 
•i n it* nf A I <d I in. riiii n \i >n. Chit eon nnd torn 
h Arruhillr w'utm. Mritnil 11.1 ,1 dr) . hln..l<, >•> 
4*1 tan It 1 Ol, n.d r.rp. .tr II .M.-t. ii nmi - hurui 
Brtnrn of the I" >i >ee. II *ppy li.r <.u -iw^.i . 



J\X 



Tin' Famous Comndian, 



rsicK* or AruiBHioir. 

Rrtrrtrit -»»>nt»— Dr-** Olrola ftH(* OrohestrA SI AO Hil onjr 

KrwrTil Hcnts— Bttleorj* "7 ft OAl'Ary 

t>r*i« Citel* AdmiMioa St <UO FnvAt* Boz«t.. 



..SO wnil VIO OO 



THIS KVCNING JANUARY U 

Kvt-ry f Itliifl ^ . >, *r«»-T\ IatH( . 

Mil — 1 .11 ".si, ^ , »itui:i.i, 

l)—*+ •» 11 ••'•*«. 4VA4 

'ii-- 11 1.11 1 HALL 

I. 10. M.ilo-.oi ol ■ Miq> T 



M ..~ J. -.,.... ^ A . 

•A*.fk-4r.«>.d ■• W.-..ir li. M|H1 

■'*•*<••'• . ■ ■ rti>OTia 

n hi U Di. 1 *« . ■ 1 Rrlir «■•! r omw* Mr** 

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X It o Motifli ol IN I f <»«l «» ■■■ 11 ■ ! 

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•>T*fl«r« nr.lMin 

Afur -hi.b. tk* (.411.111- of 

lUack-Eyed Sensan! 

I II I. 

U ^'•*n•^ 

I < Laikla 

• « ■ r.l r.' • ■>• I . . . 1 

A ™ r. I ,. I'oojur 

tpMia 

-.bii- Joh»ta* 

r» *t—» m. 

(.i.-«b*.i« 1. Kr*« 

•■Mir U li Mftrikj 

....Mlinl- Fi limn 

' It* VfiiLt .... W n tUrk 

I'T'i. irnllrini 

"i-.M.-.-i umi ta»«pBlr» 

- IVltl li.rf-l"* 

r<m Viro ) 0( ,» M A) (Uld 

Midi** Ovtrtmr* OrobMtrm 

UKlCINAL 

DUTOH SKETCHES 

J. II LARKIN .1,1 CARRIE AHMSTROPO. 

COMIC SKETCHES CHARLES VERMER 

OLYMPIC IiD^GIlioilT"' 

Hits Fl(m»r Jntibnr T»«r» 

na'ob Lodit.r I. II Iji'kio 

At-ai 'I omm Urn 

OTerlar* O rch#«t rt» 

Spiniih ObkrnoiirUtlo li»llr.t , 

La Maja di Siviglia ! 

LA MA.TA MMf. THrBBSB 

D-*n B •ili') .M. MoniAitn 

il, Tiiki- AIXJB. ....UON". KtiHMIOP 

J uar. r- hl« f rUnd M'ds 0*rr*lt4 

Heittis of Abe Inn Jaiie Haiflald 

....DUJI1M1 TBK BALLET.... 

Thi c»l-br»»«d Mtdiil*n*. b/ .Mm*. Ihoro**. kid tbkO.otoafk. 

b/ Mm*. Tbrrpin, iloN« t>vhml H »nd LaJic* of tbt) 

Bailot. T*bI»»o aod Fionln. 



140 Second Street. 140 



SWAINS BAKERY, 

f£*La.t>llat.o<l In *0«J. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

Kaaoo. .1 Ifo. 14S r^«nb .tr*.t, .Dd .1 
ffa. 191 • Stockton HmL 

Tata nr..T gi ti.iri or 

w oddlng Oali.o 

ALWAYS Olf IIASD. 
■Till T.IRIKTV Or 

Onko for the Holidays. 

10B OREAM. CUARLOTTi RU8SK. BI.AXD- 
MAXUK. jeLLIKS. .14.. aod. loordirtad 

of lA.lmt AUt.n.'.. 
•ojtil.l I. ■. <w liv * ril 



HAIR. 

TUK OUKAPIST PI.AOK tit BAN FKANOISCO 
TO BUY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Coodi, Cheap and Fine 
Jewjiry & Fancy Coods, 

IS AT TUB 

NEW YORK STORE. 

A. EL *AHP*0«A CO., 

IV a. 1 1« Nrf4tnd Mirer t. 
bo» lai Brtwetl UUiInn nnd Minna. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MB. P. BBBOB8. PORMSRLY 
proptltvoraf tb* Mio.r.' Raa- 
taowii. bM takia tba m« B .(i.iTj*ot 
Of botb tbk yinert' FUr»aor*ot o» 

Oaaksikratal itrcat »nd tbo Hiaart' 

f^H 1 . G?..?.^^ 1 ••'••*■ •» partoorebip wUo MR. 
A. DBATEUR, wbn bw bako coooaotkd with tbe 
flraj for vakrk. lrapro«aB«BU hifi ba«D m»d« Id 
tba oolalo« dapkrtmknti tbkt will r«od«r tbk Mi- 
nark* mora popalar tbaa It h»« iTirbtiodann* 
iba 71 yakrkaf iu prn«paritr. Oar Bill, of Fkim 
aaabrao* all tba dnlioaotM of tbk muoo. Oar 
motto ti •'Oood PATk, Oood Oooklac aod Modkrato 

P. UK mo EH A CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT. 

Ml and ASS Oomrnktoial, and 
•X99 Market ktraki. 
Opan from 8 A.M . to 1ft T.u. kali lm 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

LM4 latraaciU at., cor. I^tdetdorff. 
(Kx offlat o f P.M . 8. S. Co ) 

d 10M« A1TD IBB OS. GIVB UB A TRIAL; 
V/ w* will •adktvor to nil. W» want to khkra 

ft-ar n-dara. Qoa« iha •orala* w-r.li. 

" BlAAtVA. A W n htfn, 



'TtS ft T 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre. 

CHEYENNE.VWYOMINO. 

THB r\i.VR>li.M i) WOULD MOST BR. 
■paetfallr raprtakoi lo yon aod t~o pobtlo tten 
••«. i). tl»t !»• il now [iroptrcd VO fort lib facil 
It's* for oikibhiona of er«T7 klad and obaraatar. 
wblob aboald dtirtrv* iba Dtiromit of tba pub- 
lic, be bkk araaicd at Oh*}om, Wyoraiof, A 
LAROK AND OjMMODUiLM HAl.I.. with soy 
Hoacara krd Rtaik Tbk Hill U well vooltL.Uo' 
and litbtkd. and mtda confor »he for all aaeioDr 
of tbaytkr. TrlK BEHT OK MUSIC, botb Strict 
aod B'A»a, can !■•> forni*b»d at all timek. 

HaiUfao'ory arrkOKamaD'a will Ka madk witb 
TUKATKICAL OKOlHKR < OMPAMKs. eith- 
•r for Rootia* of Hall or performkooaa on a per- 
centage ol tbs rocoiptk. O^rraHpoodnnoa 'oltoited 

Addreea. J. McDaNIEL. 

Lock Box No. 1. CbejkDoe, Wyoming. 

If. B— OarlokltlM waotatt for tba Obeyanna 
Mquoid. Tboae wlabtna eonageiiiMntk, etkto low- 
Mt term a for tbk Winter S-anoo. e^DoiDg pboto- 

fnph 10 my addroaa. Hnlf I'asaaito Money re- 
a-Jed aftar flilioj eoeagrj tennis, 

JAMHH MCDANIEL. 
Proprietor Oberenoe IDoatr* and Hunwun, 
octi lm Look Box No. I. (Jhatenon. W. T. 



CHEYENNEJTHEATRE. 
Professionals Wanted. 



Six first-class pkoplk.-mubt havr 
gooa Wardroba. Foar Lkdiei and two Gon- 
ilnoiiQ to bo Rood iq gnaeral buaioex f ir the eom- 
Inr Winter t«oa'03, commooOiDir tbe tlrat week to 
Noeombar, 1ST2. Addreaa atating loweat terma, 
with Pbotograpb. Half Fare relanded nftor inl- 
ine eof kceweot. 

JAMES MoDANIHL, 
Proprietor ObeykTwte Thottre anil Maaoora, 
00SI Look Box I. Obeyenna. W. T. 



A BAD HABIT 

AfiRKAT MANY HEBOHANTI 
have erot Into of ehetrslnar knoro for 
their Oaotli dnrlBfj the Halldnya thnn 
at uny other time. At the old ■land', 
Ifo. S Becood atreet. yon will a.lw<*ya 
ftnd tit fjalfuraa prteea at large aaaort* 
■ rat nf Mhlrtn. FurnUhliiK Ooodi end 
Tollot ArtleLea nt lowest rntee. Thkt'a 
the alk.ee to set aeaalble Holiday Preaw 
eata. 

BENEDICT A Co., 

If n. 8 Second ktreeC 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKOINIA. CITT. NEVADA. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RK- 
daooratad, and can ba ranted by the nifht or 
by tba week. Bura and tratallnf oomnaniei 
llbkrally traatod witb on application 1.7 letter 
JOHN P1PBB, 
Manager and koia Proprietor, 
Or to 3. H. MeOAklB 



MONS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

TBB WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
oallat, raonena New Oonraaa for Piano and 
alc»laabr hie entirely Now and Slmplift<id SyaUm 
-the ahorteet laaxlktaooa— readloa raoalo atalfbt. 
Aooompaaimeata, Slokdoa for Parlor or Oonatrta, 
* l „ Mo ;S; Wolowiki'a naidkaaa, ABB BU TTBB 
aruaJiT dal lm 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms IO and 1 "T 020 Washington street. 




.VAK'I'KD IHUEDUTKLYt 

First- Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Gymnastic Talent 

....AL30 ... 

Txvonty I*l x «t Lino Ballet Lnciios, 

Fob; ialr — biuhtv mfts of amazhiv &bmoeb, comi>lf.tg, iw 
Lot* to auit parcbeiBM. Each Bet ooml <ta of Solid Si ver-Pktkd H"I"C Hrpaatnlatk, Lam- 
berkia, Bhlr-ld, one p>ir 01 A -nil-t-, n, o pi'r of Brao.lo'.-, one p.* r ot TigbtP, o u pairol Tra U oak 
pair of BAodatr.Oko Tunic, one Scarf one Combat. S*"M. a d one Bpear. A portion of theue A morrj 
are bow to be aeen at 1 he Metropolitan Thoatue la the Amaxjniaa Harob in "TUh. YELTuW ull' 
ttr For prior, apply a* above. 



GRAINU 

Select Bal Masque 

....or TDM.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 

....IT.... 

TJortloultiiral Ball 

...ON.... 

Till K8»AY EYK.MNO JAN. »3d 

BY SUBSOBiPTION OMLY. 

Ticket* •> each 

star* Subscription Liata oan ba fonnd with— 
O. M aerrr. bb-riff'»Uffloe f Ulty Hall; 
Mr Brandt, >,W Anr Wn.Dine>oo A Morjlcomary ; 
A. BummeifleM Jr., N.K. cor Foleom A Steaan; 
W. rtubea. No. 6 Battery street; 
J. Wnt, No. 110 i'bitd -t.re«t ; 
Mr. Kitzensteio, No 1G Second street; 
hd. Abr.tmann. No. 73^ t.Jlay r-treet. deOT Iw 



JfiA^f$&&*l 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 



6b 



OTSTBR 

....A3IS.... 



OHOP HOU8E, 

Summer .treed of Itearnj belwuen Pine 

and California. 

THE Flit EST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS ..t,»d Iiidi 
.tylo. Hr.rjthiDg oooled lath, best m.aaer. 
oVTfa. Fin.it Liq or. and Olf.rA 
•9-Elegont Suite, of Boom* for Ladle.. 
•(-OPEN DAY AND MOST. 



FRENCH CORSETS . 

M HE PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Psri.l.n LAdlM' Under.wr. FRENCH 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN ITS HIGHEST PERKEO HON -RICHARD 
MOLD UK FABBRI, teaob»r of seraral cele- 
brated Uoropeas artieteB. late Dimotor of tbe te- 
nowt od OoDii-rr itory et Oenovs, Maiiro du Uhant 
ol t-e Frnnoh Imnerl »l Acarti my of Moaio, Coo- 
duotorof tbs Pniihnrmor.iqn» Society in Pa-ls, 
and at prtsent Musical Uliautor of the Fabbri 
Oper', is ptepared to «ivt> private leHSons, m her 
at, bla office or at the re-i ■en e of ibe onpilar 
likewise uuUKaKS OP MNUJNO, PlANO Aud 
MU.tlOAL INb'PRUOTION. „„„„ M „- 

forfarthur psrtioai«ra a->ply at PROF. MUL- 
DEK'fioffl e. No.M4 PO WKLb S'l RKK <',bat,we-n 
Market and Ellis. Also, lattera reoeiv- d aod tarms 
to be had at the muaio atnio of M. Gray, Uay at., 
aod of Meters Bberman 4 Hydk, uorner of "• utter 
and Keeroy atreetk. 1*° lm 



OUR SETS of aH prloaaand ojitaHtiea. readr made 
and to order. No. BB1 BaorasMAto street, below ■ 
iLtuoi , BO Ho I 



WILLIS^ BAND. 

MUSIO FURNISHED FOR ALL 
oooacionr. Mualo imported, arranf ed 
and for sal*. 

Frits Piper* and BtTarcne If. Blnn, 
UeudlDK Tlotlnl.te. 
■0y-Ord*rk from tbe ooonkry promptly attende-1 
fo. Addreia M. W. WILLIS, Kaion'* Huili 
Ktor*. iHt MoDUcatkTfaU.at, or MABOtTR M. 
BLUil. *B« Altm-.fOatrj eu*,(, jal tf 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

Aad t'ollen-o of Medicine. 

Ifl AHA BEAUUFUL AND IN8TRU0T- 
Iv/.wU iv« obtaof* tobe **> n. Open to the 
Publio DAY AND NIOHC, at KUKEKA UAU> 
3 i8 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY 

«rDn JOBDAM'a PRITATH OFFICE ia at til 
Gi«ry street loopoait* old Meohaniua' Par lit on). 



ADOLPHUS STOCKMEYER, 
....TEAOBEB OF..-. 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Balls and Parties at'saded to, kna Basle fax 
Dished. Bealdenoe, SOB Eddy street de» lm 



Jolin Campocioiiloo 

(Lately arrived from South America.) 

PIANO. CHURCH 0R8AN AND HARMONICON 
TUNER AND REPAIRER. 

eOy-Ordersadlress^d to tbe Philadelphia Honia 
Bajh ecreet, promptly attended to. del Isa 



E. PARDINI 

NO. T80) WASHINOrON 8TB «ET. (ABQVB 
tba Plkxih Baa Franotaoo, Boot* aad Shoa* 
mad* to order la the boat Fr*a«h style. Tba aam* 
T e»dy aaad* alwvt «• baoA. m l-*» 



THE JOUBHAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 
Published «*ery Day in the Year by 



•SSHrrcunnt nod AUG ¥V«>bintfton Sta 

Below Montgomery. Su FrancisCO. 



THnBaDAT JAKUABI 9, IMS 



The IVew Code. 
The daily papers are doing something to- 
TarJe eDligbteoiog the public about the 
New Code, but iliare is nitre in it thin tbey 
let out. It remains for Fioaho tjiuttrpret 
the Code, and trll what Lis ^contemporaries 
have col coated. Udder the Ode we enter 
opoo a new era, tbe f.reranDer of the 
millenlum. We shall not qaole chapter, 
■action and pa,e,but out-lit oarirWes with 
mentioning a fjw of the provisions. 
. Old maze's over thirty and under forty 
year6of age, may pr^p:es marriage to any 
bachelor or widower over thirty and under 
Sixty years of age. 

Reporters who Ihrast themaslrea into 
private gatherings without invitation, shall 
be liatle to noe and imprisonment. 

Newspipsr proprietors running down 
reputable p'.ects cf amuaament which are 
not advertised in i -tir sLeete, shall be im- 
prisoned. 

Men slandering women of whom they know 
nothing, whether it be by direct scjueation, 
inusndo, Bhrug tf lbs sh .ulders, or wink of 
tbe eye*, shall be liable t) impriaooment. 

PersocB who attempt to write f ,r the 
daily papers without hiving first mastered 
U19 rudimenlB of the Eog'ish language, 
shall be sent to tbe State liict Asvlnm, 
which is Bhortly to be tr ct:d\ 

Storekeepers who tell lies and makefile 
representations about tbe Vslae and quali- 
ty of their goods shall bs fined and im- 
prison e 3. 

Milkmen who watsr their their milk shall 
be soot t j San Qaeatin. 

Mnrderers sha 1 be hanged. 

Dishonest officials shall be imprisoned. 

These two las, provisions will cf conrss 
be fuuod inoperative, bnt still thesa who 
framed tbe Code meaat well. 



Great Authors D -81.-I ibt-tl. 

Mr. Geo. M. Towle, in an ariicle in the 
last Harper's Magizine. on the British 
Mrs -am, speaks thus cf toe lights of liter- 
ature wha are iU frequenters: 

More tbau once ihe rotund figure and 
fat, red, Fatlst.ff f jaturas ot Mark Lemon 
bustled by; I have^eeD iha t ll, boyish form 
of Swinburne, sit ti-sfi c'osely over his books; 
Browoine, tm* poei'a face, cilm, deep, dark 
eyed, gray-haired and gray-bearded; Lewes, 
tbe phi.. ■ i .[I i :r, and his illu-trions wife, 
George E io. ; Frouie, seemiog more like a 
FCbolar.y New-Eoglander than like an old 
EoglanJer; oqc\ t ie never io be for^o ten 
head and form if Carlyle, with large bio*-, 
deep sunken eyes and white hiir and beard; 
Charleo Reide, with n uad faca, email eyes 
and bald crown; aad Wilkie Collins, with 
full beard and mustache, 1 rge, ioimd, blue 
eyes, and quick, pioapt manner. 



Quite Right. 

An exol aoge says: 

A fastidious Cnnnectxit gent'emau pre- 
ferred to pay $6,000 on a breach of promise 
rather tban marry a young lady who did 
not spell correctly. 

He was r.gfct to beware of a womaa who 
bad "bad spel's." 

A Vile Attack. 

The New York Times has a long editoriil 
attacking poor coffee. A journal base enough 
to assiclt an article bo umveisilly ns>d is 
as bold as it is tad, and it would, if it c juld, 
undermine tbe railroad breikfast system of 
this count ry. 

Wa«txlti4£ Ueturuva m oneDay 
And we never disappoint, at tbe What Cheer 
Laundry. 

•Tones A *-cliruci©r*s 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can be obtained only 
at 330 Bath *treet, nearly oppes te iheAlham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Bait eats It, and they all 
eat It. Only the beat brands of Llqaors bot- 
tled for family u^e. q 

Fresh and Sweet. 

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



What Oheer i_.Hu.ndry 

Employe do Ohlnamen, and should be pai 
ronlied by everybody. * 

JD>o Wot Suffer lrom Corns. 

The nnfortunate sufferers from dorrs, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can and instant 
relief by appljlDg at Br. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 cm. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doe- 
ter'a capability. Beiereocee given 11 required. B 

Oyster Traae. 

The oyster trade in California la assuming 
gigantic proportion*. Emerson Corrtllc, of tbe 
Saddle Boer, 410 Pine street, furnlab.ee from 
hla own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts oi tbe Pacific Coast. Hie 
Eastern transplanted oystere nave a fame which 
has exteaded all over the continent, and '"be 
'Saddle Boos**' le rnowo •verrwnere. 



The Seat Bemt-aite, 

Dr. Perry 'b Last Chance, lor pain. Dr. Per- 
ry*s Webfoot Pais, for all billons complaints. 
i, B. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sol- aetata. • 

What Cllfer Lauaary 
Is tt° bestianndrv in Ran Francisco. • 
■ • 

Valines and Jewelry, 
Very low. at H. A. Oa.lander'*, 62 Second 

Street, corner of Mls*lor>. j> 

XI "STon Want 

Your Eliakets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoil td. send them to the What Oheer Lann 

**y. ■ t 



Tot a Bate and » fflclem Beadtiftcb o» thb 
CoiTPLEXiOS, Use ElCSEi'fl Faicous vbemx dk 

Lis. 



A. Hard Case. 

Deab Fiq-^eo:— I notice among the recent 
decisiccs of the Post Office Department, the 
following, which is very rough on me: 

A married woman hsB tbe li^ht t > require 
that letteis addns-el to htrielf shall uut Lc- 
dtlivered to anyone hut htrs.-f, or on htr 
ortJer. 

I tave a wile, I als^have a friend, JoueF. 
Jones is alio a Incnd cf my wife. He calls 
ur L-7 oer Chiiitaa name, "Jenny." I 
like Jones I am not at all of I J-.aUua du- 
posiiion, 1 like Jones to Iks my wif-. JontB 
WTltei to my wife and I havo been in the 
habit of bringing his letters to Jenny. I 
have read them while going homo in tbe 
cars and I have said: "Here's a nice letter 
from Jones, my dear," and never cared a bit 
abjut his Btgoiog himself "Your Joneey." 
I don't Hie this nev regulation. Of coorje 
I know Jones wouldn't writ* anything to 
my Wife which he wouldn't like me t.sce, 
but then, you know,, he might. Then again 
I am tbe beat Judge of wtat my w f o ought 
to ri ad. X own to suppressing one of Jones' 
letters, because I thought it was a little, 
just a hMe too affec:ionate, too gushing, 
yen know, and I thought Jenny might, per- 
bajs, take It for really more than it meant. 
Now if I want to get these letters I must ssk 
my wifd fur an order, and that is humiliat- 
ing;. I don't think the law is a good oce. 
It is apt to disturb the perf-.ct confidence 
thatshonll exist in man and wife. Jenny 
and I are perf jctly matched, though shs is 
fifteen years yovogtr than I am, and that is 
tbe reason I am anxious not to h*ve any 
silly nonsanse put in her head and I thiok 
it belt ; r to re-d her letters and she doesn'i 
mind it. Now I am afraid there will be 
troaLla. I don't see what right the Pobi 
Office authorities have to cause nnple^sint- 
ness between man and wife. If Jtno y does 
go to tbe Post Oflice for leitsrB Irom 
Jones and read ihem without my knowing 
what is in th.-m, I may, piihaps, become 
jealms of June*. I don't think this new 
regu'ation will work. I am not jealous of 
Jones and have the greaUst confidence in 
Jenny, but still I think when a wife isycung 
her lslters had bett.r pass to her through 
her husband, who is old and comequmtly. 
wis .-r thin she is. PerhapB a petition from 
husbands— I know qaite a number who 
would sign — , might lead to aa attrition 
of this regulation. "Will yju please ag 
tats tha mater a little in aqutetway, and 
oblige, v.ul;- tmly, 

O. JESKINS. 

[We believe "O" stands for Otbello, and 
bid Jenk.ns beware of jealousy. We don't 
tbiLk we can mend the mat er.— Ed. Figaro 



No Joke at ALL 

Some of the Eastern papi-rs are publish- 
ing thafollowiog advertisement, which ap- 
pears in a Loudon newspaper, and makiog 
fun of it an a good joke: 

Nose Machine. — This is a successful con- 
trivance, wiiich, applied t.j tue uose for an 
hourda:ly, bo directs the soft cuit U-.gc- of 
■■'. ln:h the member consists, that au 1 11- 
f.-roi-d nose is qaxkly shaped to parfeciion. 
10d 61., sect free.— Alex. 1-:. s.-. 213 High 
Holborn, London. Pamphltt two stamps. 

We eotstder this a very valuable invent. on 
and one that should ba in every lamily. 
There is no reason ia the wcr.d why a 
child should be Lllowed to grow up with a 
badly shaped nose. Look to your children's 
noses, ye mothers of America. It you 
don't care about baying Mr. Rest's ma- 
chinery, make some for yourselves with 
thin splints of wood and India jabber. At 
any rate remember that you can easily by 
giving a littla time and attention to them, 
pinch tbe putiy noses of your offspring 
into good shape. Train np a nose in tbe 
way it shoald go and when it is old it will 
not depart from it. Piuch your children's 
nosss and tea ?h them to keep their mouths 
shut and they will became good looking. 



Dog Latin, 

Physicians in writing preecriptions, use 
very bad Latin, which is called dog Latin, 
bot they oever ose anything quite as bad aa 
Chronicle Latin. This paper iu wiring on 
the subject of prescriptions says, a physi- 
cian will write "pUfuios meum," my pills! 

A-ltogethc-r xiie Bern*. 

It Is curious, but tine, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should Bell fur- 
oltore and bedding cheaper than any other 
dealer in this city. Try him and you will be 
oonvlncsd. x 



For Wasnin« 

Shirts, $1 60 per dos.; small pieces, SCo. per 
If 8. At the What Oheer Lrundry • 



Manning's. 

Tae only p'aca eonth of Market etreat to 
get a Rood dish of Oysters, Ca'i'ornia or £;6tern 
Transplanted, Is at Manning's Charter Oah 
Oyster Balion, corner Howud and Third, late 
of the Blae Wlcg Saloon. l 



An Old Lendmarb. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the K. E. corner 
Of Kearny and Wat.birjgton tt'eet?, kept by 
Henry Sahmldt.'has been famons for tbe Utt 
eleven years for k-epiog the bet t Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meersch nm pipes, etc. i 



For tbe Very Best Drink--, 

Goto Ya,e9* Branob Saloon, cernerof Market 
and Ttird street^ Bo 

Best Quality of A>o£»iiJn 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Oheei Laundry z 

McDowell, SHOW Caul Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. Koom 10, 
008 MarXet gfcrret. cor. Post and MoBtgsmory. C 

Do Ton Hnuw 

That with BuTTXBicx'a Pattebks yon can cul 
and make any garment to fit perfectly T Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue, H. 
i. Demlng, agent, office of the Howe Bewlng 
aachlne, So . lis Kearny street, between Satter 
tod Poet. Ban Francisco, • 



Nutmegs. 

[From the DnbaryNewi.; 

Any pen oq who sends us two do'lsrs and 
a nice eight-dollar chromo, will receive this 
paper for a year, and no questions asked. 

Tb.9 wii* of a roofer being asked if Bhe 
was not afraid to have her husband exposed 
to sui'U danger, trustfully replied, "Oh, hes 
ii sured." 

A Bedding youth attempted to run a deg 
fight and a hay cutter at the same time 
Saturday, an d E0 * d radges his proboscis 
with bid other hand. 

The brakeman wto was injured on the 
Housatonic roal is so far recovered that he 
can have his dor slammed » little while 
every a't moos. 

Winter with a'l its horrors ia 6h ui, and 
the poor should be looked after. As we 
hiva previously Bnggestad, a nice breast 
pin cm be had for thirty cants. 

Oar peop!e genera'ly regret to learn t^at 
the one dollar gold pieces are to be with- 
drawn from circulation. They were a great 
convenience to the public. 

A Danbury glutton while prostrated with 
illnesB timidly inquired of his doctor "where 
he would go when he died," and the merci- 
less physician laconically replied, "Cincin- 
nati." 

A cry of pain burst from a young -man 
who was prising a Franklin street girl to 
his bosom Sunday night. A vision of heart 
disease flashed across her mind, and Bhe 
fainted. He had smashed a cigar. 

It is to be tbe fishion this season not to 
offtr wine to New Tear callerg. It is a sen- 
able fashion, and will, we hope, be gener- 
ally observed. Whisky is just as good, and 
doem't cost cne-ha , f so much. 



Family Government. 

Mother— Where's baby, Mary? Mary— 
In the other room. Mother— Go directly 
and see whit she's doing, and tell her Bhe 
musn't. 



Oysters. 

In strolling round tbe other night, 
To look at 'Fritco Oy gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance aid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did mike a screen 
Through which a sweet bonquet waB Been ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that wlnsow reem to be 
Borne fairy grotto cf tbe sea. 
"Stop," aald my friend, "let's go in here — 
It looks so nice — and try their cheer."; 
"All right," I said, '-I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our *ide a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any diah 
That we might name. We found It true, 
And cooked moffm_ficentXy, too; 
All kinds of oyeterp, juicy, fat, 
Oookod every style; Just think of that. 
And If your mouth don't water, then 
Tou're different from other men. 
They'd clam t and crabB and terrapins; 
In fact, we found tbey had within 
That cosy place all kinds of game, 
Fish, fleah or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt au epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould eeem. 
That they have here the best ice cream; 
So here tbey flock, tbe little sinners. 
To get what they call "Euch nice dinners. " 
Whoever double this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Pacific Ojt-ter Boute. 337 Bush Btreet, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHABJLE9 RA A SE. Proprietor. 



It leu Perlectly Astonishing 

How beaatlfully and quickly they do washing 
it the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
JCtore 8 jlm. returned the same evening If de 
ured. x 



The I lustra-ted Prees (S. F.) 

No. 1, January, 1873. Sold by EUts:rJptlon— 
$1 59 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
number f, 15 centB. AdcrjBS Murrty, Dewey & 
Co., S. F. o 



500 Pairs ot Bootes, 
At all prices, atthe What Cheer Laundry. 



Olatbvoyakt.— Madame Clara Antonla, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
has removed to 323 Kearny Bt. Consultations Id 
SneliBh, Frencb and German. t 



THE GOLDEN ERA 



For- 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



....FOB THE,. 



BJ-E-W S-^SJSLH.. 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE ROMANCE AND REALITY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

■m BT WIJLE.IE COLLINS, 

IN THE 

Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "Podcera," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charlea Warren. Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABIiB TALK, 

By Olive Harper, Id 

The Golden Era 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FREE AND EASY. 

ETBKX 8ATTKBAT SIGHT. 
Flano and singing at 8 F.M. 

D. BARRY. Ooairm&iL 

Charing Cross Saloon 

COG Mission street, near Second. 

»•'!! J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND *nd mad. 

to ORDiiR, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

V Kenrnp »ir»»t. 



Stage Dancing 

TAUGHT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 



Fenllleton, lu| 

The Golden Era. 



OBIOINAL STORIES, POEMS ASD 
SKETCHES, FASHION GOSSIP, 

AITCSEMEATS, LITEKATt'KE 
AM) AST, ANSWERS TO COB- 

KEsPcurjiEivrs, etc. 



rjlHE "GOLDEN ERA' 1 18 THE OLDEST 
A Weekly Paper in the State, permanently 
established, and more widely circulated at home 
and abroad than ary other on the Pacilio Coast. 
In Oa Homin, tbe Atlimic States, and th ongbont 
tbe entire field of itasrea.and rapidly increasing 
circulation, tbe "GOLDEN 6RA" is universally 
regarded &9B literary and family journal of une- 
qualled excellence. 



CONSUMPTION pre 
vented by the timely us 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Ba 
sam," the best and mo: 
speedy remedy In use fc 
Coughs, Colds, Asthnu 
Bronchitis, Influenz: 
Loss of Voice, Incipier 
Consumption, and all Dis 
eases of the Throat an 
Lungs. Ask for " Hall' 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price 50 cents. Sold b 
all Druggists. 



J. R. GATES & 

PBOPBIETOB8, 

Cor. Sanione and Commercial aii 

noli tf 



CO. 



Pacific Stone Company 

THE P^OIFIO STONE COMPANY OAI 
the esveoial attention of ArcbiteclB, Kop 
sens, and tbe Dublic in general, to the SUI'KKK 
QUALITY of the Stone qott being nunuiactnr 
by them in this city under the Ransoms Patent 
They make to order and keep in stock.; 
HullOlDB Fronts, Water Pipe, 

Slnti», Monument*, Fuaotiilm, 

Tile*. Coping* tor Wul 

Filter*, etc., et 

Together with Ransome's oelebrated Free-G 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee soneri 

and at a price far below that of band -en t work. 

«*F*The attention of private parties intending 

build is respectfully solicited. 

Office, No. IO BUSH STREET, San Franei*. 



THOMAS W. BREE, 
SILVER 3E»X-i.A-"I"3E13 

S* MANUFAUTURER* 
-^ — ABD— 

REPAIRER' 







DRUMS, BANJOS, 

— AND— 
UCS1CAL I»STKTMBK7 



ESTABLISHED IN 1SOS. 



"VS7J±3Et.l 

Declared Aealast the "Whole World ■ 
the Rest of ftEunklnd. 



PATENT EAGLE BLACKING -WARRA1 ■ 
ed superior to any in tbe market. Ma&ut • 
tured by MOORE & CO., No. aslO Leidnad ■ 

ttr-fit, S. F. Directions for Use: Wb en found 
thick, add a little water. Keep tbe bottle »l 
corked. Seld by all Grocerri, i>ruggiflt-», etc. d 




TRAYS always on band. 



Alfred Tettd. 

Manufacturer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGE 

£S5 Dnpont, 

Jf£A It S UTTER STUB ', 

See my stock of 1 1 
Cagfte b- f jre parobai i 
e i-ewhere. Alwayseo: ■ 
n-.jciE new od hand. ' 
Pater t C&ifB, Diaiif .' 
'1'io ^yile 1 ar? w&rrau I 
FREE FBUM VKKA I 
Also, best quality 1 , 

noffll 



Meerscliaum Pipe Depi; 

6*3 KEAKM STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT i 
the Bbortes notio? AliPiDesacd 
Cigar Rolders wnianted genoine, and 
to cnlor well. Meer'Cbaaua Pip* s aad 
walkiog Oat es Mounted and Repaired 
at lonest Eastern Prices, and with tbe beet *( ■ 
manship. A large astoriment of Walking Ofl > 
and Fancy Goods of every deecription olwaye i 
hand. eg 21 1 



The Popular Beverag 

CONGRESS WATER FROM THE PACT) 
OongreBs Springs, near Santa Clara. Indoi I 
by tbe Medical Faculty its curative powers bi t 
equal to the celebrated Congress Water fiom ' 
Springs cf Saratoga, New York. Depot remo I 
from rJ Kearny street io New Montgomery, > 
door from Howard. Families supplied daily. 1 • 
era! discount to the trace, and orders attend** > 
piomptly. dt25l 



Philadelphia Restaurar 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 
npHE OLDEST, ESTABLISHED^ 



"...If. 



>lied with the beet in market. Eorw'c 

the week. 40S FINS STREiLT, jasta ' 

mirtH ! 



MoDwomen. 



GEORGE MATES*: 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, CLAMS 
andall kindi of SHELL FISH, t 
Stalls Nos. 40, 41, **, Oalifomia'* 
Market, entrance on California street. ' 

Public or private parties ud families anpp \ 
from 6 A.M. to 12 P. m. Ladies' and Gentlemi - 
r.»s**r RrtOT" onon [mm 6 a.m *n VI p m -t«27i 



DASHAWAY HALL, 
Post street, near Kearny. 



DIVIDEND_NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings TTnlon, 533 Call- 
foratM atrect, corner cf Webb. 

POR TRE HATF YRAB FND1NG WITH THB 
» 3ist D:cea'irr, 147^ a dividend has b en d-- 
claied at tbe ratetf line and rix-tenth* (9S-10) 
ot cent, peranonm on T«n-t» Depoaits.and einot 
<«) perceot. peraonomon O'dmnry Deposits, free 
?' K V e Bl r *?^P D 'f°=»t*. P'yable on and after 
13tb January. 1873. By order. 
Q-31 t" LOViiLL WHITE. Oasb^r. 



LEWIS & PANDER, 

STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE AND 
a'l kinds of Cook ng Ut.-.-Bt s No. 32 
GE*HY bTBJiBT, betwea Kear^, i 
Dupont. j£i 3 



4 



To Advertisers. 



The "GOLDEN ERA" is a weloome Snndsy vis- 
itor in every Home and Honsebold, and ae aa 
advertising medium its advantages must bs appa- 
rent to business men. 

TO MALL SUBSCRIBERS, 

The Golden Era, for One Year, S3 50 ; 
fur Six Months, S3 tlO. 

Snbacriptions to be paid in advanos. 

The Golden Era and Peterson's X.n<]tes* 

National MognElae, One Tear, SC 

i»-THE GOLPEN ERA and PETERSONS 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 
OarrieiB in tbe city at 12^ cents per week. 

THE GULDEN ERA, single oopiea, Ten Oenls. 
For sale at all News-atands. 

Office of the Golden Era, 

540 Clay street San Francisco 



DR. W. A. PAYKE. 

THIS OEIEBRATED PHYSICIAN HAS ) - 
moved his offic* from the Bn»' Hoo-e to * 
Elegant Suite oi Koomp, No. 4. O Kearny sir . 
H* tells jour disease without a qaestion. Do I 
nil to call. All Cbronio Diseases treated enow * 
fol| y- del91 



Bar Sugar 

■ptJR SALE -SI 8 KEAENy STSEET. - 
MEKOEK'S. Alio, ererj kind ol Os«< » 
Wbnlepaiean^itgtju^ 

»«"' M. A. MEBKl! 



Indian Queen Rangt. 

The Best in the J[ark< ; 

MAIUEAOT0RED BY 

CAI.EB M. 8KRLFB, 
QClB 11 480 i,n 48, K.srn 




MEW YOfKPBIC 6 

HALl'S PIAHf 
Per sale at No. 
' ■ j ler street. Call i 
examine tor joorseli j 
B9-Tb. rnly Oalif J 
Qia-made Pisco on 1 1 
Ml* 1 1 






■ 



Hijrui-' - 

JJWijJ 



sno" 



lYapsx Soda 




METROPOLITAN THEATRE 
Greatest Sessinoi if ifce Seists 

The Yellow Hei! 

The Yellow Hat! 



M1W ALHABBRA TBIATBI. 



«»» Prlco 
; •! «CCf VfO SI p ! 

l Mats! Bats] ■ 

fl miir 
•»•■ 



a. 



norunm 



in i: 



> !• i i v i< 



EMERSON MINSTRELS 



lonoflt or 



Miui Fnrron. 



Twenty Thousand Persons, 



The Yellow Hat 

WeaSarfal Tr»««f.)rm»llon«, 
■•«nl8rfnt Srrnrry. 

Battalion of Ama/ons 

Brilliant Armor. 
Wonderful Colored I.k-1 

Startline Nrrhanir.il EITVrts 
Saperh Variety Entertainment. 

in 

Fwlleaa Tricks and Novel I ir*, 

TIU 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

Ta« abate f -.*»i!f ft CosbiaeUoa ot Arraciioas 
aa*ar rtae'ied Is sai Te»aua. 



Tlaroo CorapAnloa Oon 



lld*Tvto<i 



TMIl EVr.NI HO JAKl ART 10 

i*bbt nam oraiao t«i wait. >id .atobdat arraaaooa ax a. 



I'»n Flr»t — Kiilrrlnlnmnal •» In Mai 



on. 



ovrbicba— s.. ... i .....rT... 



i m»«TmsLa 
asp aniiriuri 

KUARI.KS It'TruK 
* r IKES. 

< »' . . nil » Til. UBKAT SI1.1.T KHEK.n* 

IIUII 111 IKISI UlTH IHI K'.ll < ) U aUMILL 

r.*> ( as* nrrTTTiri ,v» ruM* ■<«!< 

OoodTDye. Uncle Steve. 

•MU lint mi.iT m»wi ,i'i.» ■>■•... bob hart 



See It! 



tee It! 



Bar Baa Ossee aaaa freta t a,k. ta 1 ru, wbsra Reatrrtd 
•aaftft aaa aa aMarrd SIX DATS IN ADVANCE. 

<sr POSITIVELY NO FREE LIST. Thar* wilt ba ao axe-p- 
eiee »■> itm red*. 





l'nrl Hocoml Oll.». 








»«. mnmi.«« 


S.E1 AS T^VO 


PEA.S. 








DOUBLE CLOU 


II \ 1 .' 1 ; 1 M. 1 n\ AMI Y1.-i;[(ll\ 








THAT 


RASCAL BILLY. 










TO OOITLUDE WITH THE 1«0L»ND ACT OF 





rrlRT.. »iii i / run no i I ZDOrFIN. 
l.»s \ »•« MIII.I'.TIH 

OLD waLFhTEIN 

LA«VKK SMART 

. . 

OEORUK RAWLTOH 

Ml-K.TK I.KAII 



.... P. F. BAKKR 
,...T. J. r IKKOV 

BOH HAKT 

ADD KYMAN 

...m ainsi.y si.-uor 

J ROUIW30N 

• TIARLR8 HUITON 



MUNDAT EVENING. J.nuirj JOIh— lint Appuruca or 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THEATRE DOES NOT ADVERTISE IV THE "CHRONICLE." 



"Ail SHU tfti.lD.st the Alhambra Theatre most oe presented hereafter on Monday. 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



thii tvmiKu 



T>J"i-. *■. OAMl> 



JAIU'ART 10 
DONIOO, 



■•rtla.ee, Parka. DIeqh Thompro* 




Tli- Musical 



.'31 
n... . n„.„ 

>rlM niwpn 
Orftnut 

Woudor. 



Dr*»«l.| »r II... 



Flire^Mtnatcii -with Mortlmoi 

Mn«M 

■ •MM 

'■•I' S..« 



■In fl.ad. 

..M.lllr I.. r.HUl 

M.g.1. Mn««r 



Tb ,■»,,. . 



HAUNTED MOUSE 



Mr. Il.iifh Robinson in Hlg Changes! 



A... M.rt. Ojm 
B.»e ..I. 



.. r a i l i.iTi.i.t.. 

I... Illl.. 

Waltar Park* 



UNDER THE CASLICHTI 



Old M.iltb.n 
Sa.rl.v.. 

III*. 

Emm. Ooor1l..d. 



- - Jla.fc F.buion 
.-F...I M.rMa.* 

Mmll. U lorrn 



• on, ... D.nr. I-0 , Dll)>> 

•"aire., ri.w.r HL.t'l.ade 

"*■« «■'« •■• r.rr,.l 

■l.tlMj ril.« ... Ml> . LWI..W.. 



FORTY YEARS AGO. 
NEGRO ACT. 

p "'' "■ PI... 



..Orob.ltrA 



iolo on magic fiut£ and iiihi drum, with one 
stick, by the musicu wonder. 



■ona; 

Ilarap'pt . 



Katv Zoel 

■ ■■■rale Brewer 



To ooDOtoda with Hush RobiotOD't Iriro Sk«l«b. 

Before tlio X>&\xrxx I 

D.aBi. Marsor i 

B.rrrO'N.II. 1 llu<b Kobiman 

K?.*,""' 1 " ■'■''•'■• ::: OTbonwon 

uoro., b». . ,:u.:. .r ih. d..Q,.t d,. Lt "" L iio,'u^i 

Othnr ouATftatflra b* the Oompftoy. 



THB MUHr I. i.onoiMO uoises. > 

C«r. mt OasaaaerclftU 

l.teda*d»r8T sta. 

K»amr straet, •*• 

.••.•ii«- the Plats* 

-N A OOTRBLL. 



pacific house;; 
olympic house, 




1¥ THY TRY BUY 



Oar Catebnled $1 it Wblta SblrU, Tbsj 1 1 PcarEOlXT, sad for qsslitr »ad daribillly will aerer ba mtto&ed. To bs bad 
aa-C All, AND 8KB THF.M. I t J * .tliTlii, STORK. 



0I7 ftt tbe 
flin Eea 



FERNANDEZ I AGUIRRE, 

FASHION ABL.S IIATTBR8. No. ll«« CM 
POST Hi'RKKr, Do«Koirny: A Bnt ■ 
iissorloientof Hftti and 0«p« oooaUDtlr ooa^BL 
band. a9* lUti m»fijj to ordar aod rono?«<»d La 
tbaneat«at atvle. ooillrn 



A PERFECT RUSH 

Day and TSTislxt, 

A.T THE OBEAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

Oie KIltM STBRBT. 

A WONDERFUL BUSINESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

la aaar oBTlnar ajreaCar Batrajalaft thna have 

*rmr b«ca osTered Ib Baa Fr«aeta<o. 

"With owr eoaaectloa la 

Kew York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

CmM which wi arc dally recelTlBK Good* 
baasht at the lsw«at Cain Prlees 

IKT OURRISNOT. 

oub M jrro is to 

X L and Undersell All 



JUST RECEIVED, 

1.S0O pair* Caaalasere I'linlt, worth 8« OO, to be 

■old at B8 OO. 
*•• alaaca White Bhlrta, worth 81 AO, to be aold 

at ?<S cent ■. 
■*• ease* of BesTy Vaderelothlna;, dOe to 81 SO. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

Wrmm «*«. to St OO, .old .iMwhere from SI to S. 
ALSO. AH IUMKilSE STOOK OF 

asTlONs. finer eoun*. ikoliih ctjt- 

LUT, riP... OI.OVFUI, TOBACCO, 

WATCHIX, Il'HBEI SOOBS, 

HOSIER sr. 

Trunks, Biifs, "C«.ll»eisi f 

AND IS FAOT. EVKRVTHINO. 

JTrom. a. Needle to an Anchor 

0»ll ul tumlno oar pnetr. «cd ikti.fr ronnfllrM that 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

IB TBE GREAT 

XX Is Auction Stove, 

SIS KBABMT STJKEET, 

O.. Bo.r froM Co.MnllL 

fllEQUILTEB SILK HITS, WORTH SS, FOR $1 50 

s>iata CtolM inn Hi.ht .t ■). 



JOHN ROBLa'S, 





5 

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3 

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stanriffl 


3 


■"■^=JiT*f^Gll-»»ii- —j ■ V*^Ji-~^* Bte -^- 


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mim: but the best quality or heats 

UAN BE HAD AT 

Stalls .">, «"•, Oaliioi-nla Jliu-ltet 



FIONEEB SHOE MHUFiCTOIIV. 




pS-Th. ooit ELEGANT OUHTOM WORK IK TBE OITV 
Oall »od .nmin. food. Mid priowi. BKERS I'.MAVN ABD 
SS8 Kuril* .u..t- oe. door .onth of Bnab 



FlO A 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

....OIB0ULA.TE8 IM .... 

All the Theatres, 

— ajid n 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

IN THj< TEAR. 

GENERALLY THRODGHODT THE CITT 
Oct tbe BOATS and OaBS 



THE OLD 

Hot SCOtCll, 

IS Morton Street, near Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TO" »ND_ JERRY IN TOWN. 

Always on file ibe New York Herald, Harpar'a 
Weekly, Krank Leslle'B, Daf'a L)mn^-, Polic«Oa- 
KMte, all toe OaliCorois pop^re. also London 
I'nncb, Hftl'a Life, Illustrated London Mows. Call 
and ta" 'afy yourself. 

aiar Don't forget tbe efgu of tbe Hot Scotch. 

de7bf CHARLES VYM. FRLDMAN. Prop'f- 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....aJMD. .. 

T O M and J E R R. Y, 

OO TO Til V. BB1NCH 

Hot SootoH, 

I u» Salter street, near Etarn). 

A.11 Oi-inliis Xen Cents 

HOT CllDlVDUt KYrKV NIGHT. 
pr>>5 tf JQS. D. BRIGG3, Pronristof 

DRESS MAKING. 

MRS. M. V. BISHOP. NO. 1« O'FABRELL 
> treet, ie the p'aoo for Lidiea and atrarjgers 
TlaitiDg tbe oily to Dave their Drsssea made io 
style, and a oerfeot fit. at a modera te price de 9 

RICHEDA FAMILY 

(Fvrmtrly of Chiarina't Royal Italian Cirau) 

WILL GIVE LER8ON8 ON THB VIOLIN OR 
Guitar, at raaidenoaa (if required), or for 
olah Muslo for Balls or Parties, ftt moderate 
obarges. Residence, 80S MoDtRomary atreet 
corner Jackson, hoom Bfo, XI. del21m 

J. C. COMBES, 

TEBRaFIN aVTJNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tebnm. street.. 

_T*Terr.plQ oonatantly on bind. 
Oi.t.ra in .Ton Itrb. PBIVATR 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTUS. 
dec 31 lm 

CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

WO OE THE LEADING UEMBERS OF 
. tbs Tbaatrioal Profesaion in ' aliroroia pro- 
u ae formlDB olaaaea for inatruotion In Eloeauoo. 
.'eraoas wiablns to avail tbemaslvsi of tba oppor- 
tunity of acuuirinn ft oscfal art at s modarat* ooat 
oaoftsnd to liolr namat to "Oa-nbyaa* " P.O. Box 
23*4, arban partlaolars as to Unas, ete., will ba 
taat if> tbam. da9 It 



r: 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Saloon, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon beheld It? If not, you're a trost 
At 8Q0aJlZ&'S PUNCH SALOON, in Kearny ttraatf 
There BONA, disciple of QRK&T SQUABZA, 
Dlspenaea famed Magio PiiDohes; nthar 
The most delicious ailituros yet recorded; 
And have with many medals been rewarded 1 
Ladles their CORDIALS there oaa sip at letsara,— 
Their "TEARS" app9»ae,— and Men gala "LADllES 

PLEASURE." 
To allay commblal dlffereaoes and pain. 
In "ANTI- DIVORCE" yoa can your end attain. 
Blp of the potent extract but one taete, 
Tour arm, consoling, straight la round her waist 
GaeBBwhata "MORNING COMFORT" In tbe kiss 
That heals the pnarrel and Imparts the bliss) 
The "WELCOME" too, yon'H always find 
A balmy eoother for the troubled mind. 
The bright "AURORA," and tbe sweet "FAREWELL, 
Just visit BONA, and you'll all rare well I 
Hia "HYGIENIC BITTERS" are the panacea 
For all dyspeptlci and for dlarrbcea. 
No Cholera Morons ever has been found 
When "HYGIENIC BITTEB8" knock aronna. 
BONA and BQUaBZa, spite of all detractors, 
Bare proved tha Nation's greatest benafaotoril 
Fall FORTY dUxirant hi.ltafal dr-laci you'll Had 
To aid the Man— Invigorate the mlndl 
Not this alone— a Weloome yon will meet 
At BONA'S— (SQUABZA'S) -317 EEaRN Y STREET. 
Remember, too, not this famed place to pass; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT *. GLASS, 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 



THE FCR8T PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairs 



•jlOB SALE WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL 

at tbe old titaUKknwl, 1SS I l lfcl te't 
opr>.U Witt Ckenr <Ma 



I JOTTBHAL OF AMU8ElttI5T». 

Published every Day In the Ye*xby 
J m r». BOQABDUS 

*«C Merchant *>--d S85 VuhUftoi at*. 

Below Montgomery. S" rraneiaoo. 



FBIDAY JANUARY 10, 1873 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

California. Tli» ■**•). 

"Aladdin, with U» nomtrooi attractions, eoe- 
tlnoistodrawcrowisd hsuei Tbe new dancei 
introduce by H'Um Betty end Emily Rigl ara 
T«ry prettr ud drew maob sp^ans*. This grind 
spectacle will be presented at the metine* la- 
morrow, when of octane there will not be even 
staodiug room for tbote who do not go early. 



Te-oight those sterling ertis-ee. Meter*. Farron 
and Biker, wbese performances have afforded »o 
mnob asotemeat to the pa oho, will take a ben- 
efit. There will be a change of bill on toil occa- 
aion. J. Eotigot will sppear In hie Tereioo of 
" 1 he Watermelon Man ; ' Harridan and McG-loin 
will preseol a double clog borepip*, and the per 
fernaoce will on elude with toe eecond act of 
the ever-popular play ef "Chris and Lena," in 
which tbebeneflcisr.es will appear. Billy Imer- 
■oo will appear is first part and interlude. Tbe 
usual toa'.lcee peiformaoce will be givso to- 
morrow. 
Metropolitan Theatre. 

The performance »i this tu«atre to-night will be 
for tbe bent tit of San Francisc/a most popular 
aesociatloc, tie Olympic Olnb. Tbe pan to xi ma 
of "Hampty Dcmpo's Dream. ' by members of 
this dab, will be performed, and otber members 
will appear la the play of *' Tbe Yellow Hat." 
"Ihe Yellow Ha." will be pHyed at the matinee 
to-morrow, and until farther notice. 

Bella Union Tiirati*. 

The engagement of Miss Jtnuy Worrell and Misa 
Lillie Hall at this bosie can be bat a abort ons 
ta coniequenoe of their Eastern engagements 
Tberefore alt should see them in tbe burlesque of 
"Black-eyed Senses " before it is withdrawn. We 
hope before Miss Jennie Worrell leaves she will 
appear in "Sua, the Good for-Notbing," in whioh 
reaie sgo, when she was a javenile predtgy. she 
stood witboat a rival on the American stage. 
Trie Athmenm. 

Thsre is a Tery strong combination of talent at 
this hoaee at present. Frank Mortimer in his 
•ketches receives much appiaase ; Parks, Dixon 
and Thompson appear io amusing sols, and maoy 
others in lively specialties; Hugh Robin- on a 
pietty Irish (ketch entitled "Tbe Hour Before 
Dawn ' terminates the evening 'a entertainment. 
Woodward's Garden*. 

These bssalllal ga dens look delightfully fresh 
■ad bloomiog after showers. Great attractions 
are anuoonced for next Saturday and Snnd&y: 
M'lle Secyeab, the magniQoent; John Oonklin sod 
M'ile Stacy, and Tbe Great Baielay Family in tbeir 
varied performances. There will be a balloon as- 
cension on Sunday. 
Bortic nit oral Hall. 

Skating assemblies Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
niog, Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thurs- 
day afternoon and evening, and o'aturdsy afternoon 
axd eveoiog. 

AzuTomoAi. Mcprtiii. — One of the most 

■omplete collections of the kind in the United 
Bute*, comprising hundreds of co.tlj and beau- 
Ufa) wcx models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
•ory> at .'he Museum on Montgomery street. As 
Bear mar be profitably scent here. 



A Spirtt InUxrHr^eT. 

The following b a spirit intemewtr's ver- 
sion of tba late Jarre* Fith *b views of relig- 
ions transit <o c jit stial rphtr^e, embodying 
some fnnny: 

The Railroad Theology in New Yore.— 
At one tf our rip-town residenree a few eve- 
ning* s'dc3 a circle was farmed, coneiB'iog 
of several blonde ladiea and pious gentle- 
men, who Lai •prtvicu-W been discussing 
tbe knotty theological p^int of how to reach 
H*aveo. Ae nearly every Chrietan deoom- 
ination had a rep;e*eatatire present, and 
each being in favor of tbe mode prescribed 
by their various creeds, it became a mttter 
of difficaliy to resoneile tbeir varied opinionB 
urged with almost fanatical zeal. 

At this crisis oor spirit interviewer arose, 
removed bis epecacles, and arranging bis 
spotless cravat amid profound eilerjc *. pro- 
ceeded to invoke the spirit of the lat_- James 
Fiak sb moBt competent to umavtl any mys- 
tery connected with tiavel. Atfer a brief 
interval an exclamation ot "Get thee) behind 
me, Satan," convinced the circle of the pre> 
senca of tbe King cf Erie. Our spirit rep- 
resentative, af'er wiping tbe place where 
the wool ussd to grow, opened fire in Li! 
usu'l meek manner. 

Interviewer— Is the spirit of Col. Flek 
present ? 
Spirit— Ye». 

Interviewer— Will you be good enough 
Colonel, to give your friends the benens of 
your knowledge of tbe otber woild? 

Spirit—Have been trying to get up a 
corner in lots ftr the past three mouths. 
Very few settlers in Heaven owing to lack of 
transportation. 

Ioterviewer — Which denomination. Col- 
onel, afforde the great. et facility fcr reach- 
ing calts'ial rtposa? 

Spirit- I will summon some of my under- 
ground aids, and leave yon to ohoose. 

A silence of abtut a minute ensued, then 
a chorus of stentorion vo c e broke fortb: 
"Tske Beecher's Lightning EiLrtss." "Go 
by Dr. Chapin'a Bro3guage." "Be,aureto 
ask for Dr. Spring's air-line." "Get tick- 
ets by Hepworth's reliable double track." 
"Always on time— Frothinghsm's quick 
transit route." Here the intense clamor 
of ihe opposition lines resulted in the total 
demoralization of tbe circle, dispersing tbe 
participan' s with the conviction etroDgly i m - 
pressed on their minds that getting t oHeaven 
is "mighty onsartio." 



Really Fanny. 

Of courts it is wrong to aake fen of a 
man's name, but no one can help laughing 
at one which appeared in tbe list of passen- 
gers arriving, to arrive by train in Sacra- 
mento, on Alanday laBt. "E. B. Tomcat, 
M. Tomcat and wife, Chicago." There were 
three tomcatB; if there were any lit'le tom- 
cats they were not mentioned. Really if 
wewere called Tomcat we would change oor 
name. A man with saoh a name is alive 
joke. 

— ♦ 

An acquiint&nce of oars says he has no 
foQdnees for jewelry. The oaly ring he 
ever wore was 03 his chin. Sulphur and 
molasses removed it. 



A Buffalo paper announces thit by tbe 
recent burning of an ice-houses there, 20,- 
000 toaB of ice were " reduced to ashes." 



Something Ifew. 

Wm A. Hubbard'* msnufactur;! mieeea' and 
Infant'* garment* and ladles undtrweirln BUit -, 
are famed hx their superiority of make ud tex- 
ture all over tbe Union. Mr. Geo. W. Amldon, 
tbe anthcrizrd agent of Mr. Hubbard, has eetab- 
lUbei a d?pot of these goods at 348 Second at, 
for WDole*ale and rc-aiitr.de. A liberal dis- 
count to the trale. } 



To XcTKs.iFiB.-Foi sale at ■ great sacrifice 
at 38 Geary street, tix elegant Bilk dreaaee, une- 
qualled for quality aad style, s 

A Happy New Year. 

What a pleaiianltls to meet a Emiling coont«- 
naoce. whether it bo on the street or in the par- 
lor. And why U it that rome faces wear a cOQtin- 
na It happy look T It is simply becanae they live on 
a plain, nctrttioos and substantial diet That man 
is a pnblio benafaotor who will conscientiously 
serve us with a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Louis Meyers. oroDnetor of the "White 
Hooae." Kearny street, also of the Capitol Res- 
Uorant, Fourth street, does it. as hundreds can 
enthusiastically tcsLiry. His k tohens are marvels 
of ord*r and oleanliness. Try him, and yon will 
find it impossible to eat elsewhere. 



Diamond Catarrh Remedy 

Is a sure cure for Catarrh or Golds. Ask your 
druggist tor it, or send to Dr, A. F. Evov, Ho. 
B f obt street. z 



lever Buckle »uspenders, 

At $1 p*r pair— 25 pw cent, cheaper than elae. 
Trhaxe — e What Cheer Laundry. x 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Peiaone desiring comfortable lodgings fn a 
Oentral location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect tbe One suites of rooms to let there 
The buildinfl is a very flue one and Ifi well 
Lighted and ventilated. . 



Sewing Bfacblnea for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at U6 Poet street. Also, Agency for 
ljitgtahle Treadle, 



"George Eliot. 1 * 

An American literary lady who visited 
Mrs. Lewes (George Eliot' not long since, 
describes her as having a very maeculine 
appsarance, with strong and positively 
bomtly featnres. Her manner, however, 
is eiceedinly womanly and the reverse of 
masculine. Her conversation wae animated 
and interesting, 1h:ugh somewhat subdued. 
She complained of being shnt out from 
female society and cf tbe lesa cf a certain 
kind of sympathy which ebe entailed, and 
she seemed to spf rte"at=« highly the visits 
of her lady friendscradmirers. Mrs. Lewes 
U one of the victims of society. She took 
tbe head of Mr. Lewes' hooBebold, brought 
up h!s children and was estimable in every 
particular, cave one that sbe flew in the face 
of society. Mr. Lewes had a wife, but she 
was an incurable luta'ic, an inmate) of an 
insane asylum. Therefore, Mr. Letrea 
could not marry the lady known as "Gecrge 
E-iot," His wife was dead to him, but not 
dead in the eye of the law, nor in tLat of 
society. MrB. Lewes is now in the position 
of one defying society. Many admire her, 
but still say, "Of course, you know, we 
can'tvisit her." Society is of course right, 
hut is Mrs. Lewes wrorjg? 



Dr. Holland lectured in New York last 
week on "The Social Undertow." It speaks 
volume.- for the intelligence of his hearers 
to state thattwo-thir's of his audience were 
sufferers from corns, and supposed him to 
be a chiropodist, and lhat his leoture was 
upon bunions and kindred tcpice. 



■ilealth ana pleasure. 

Tcere are not too many pleasures In Ban 
Francisco. Nothing la more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive Into the conn- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, can and one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage stand. Frank Bou- 
ton hai there, and at bis stables 1016 StocktOD 
stmt, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experlencea, his charges 
are moderate. Tbe moral of the above la: 
Co to Frank Bouton at the Uocidentai Eotei 
a/hen yon want a carnage. o 



Still auvo : 

When looking for Holiday present*, go to tbe 
Nzw Tobe Fsotograph Gaixzet, So. 25 Third 
street, and aee three beantiiul portralta In oil, 
water-colors and India-Ink. P.ices from one- 
third to one-balf cheaper tban st any otber 
ant-class gallery In the city. Remember the 
place— B. F. Howland « Co., 25 Third at. p 



OOO I'alrs ot Socks, 
At all prices, st'.be What Cheer Laundry. 



Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chionlo and specific practice, and aa such Is 
now the most snrxetiful of any Physician In 
dan Franclaco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorff, a few doors nelow What 
Ghaer House, x 



Or, Barlow J, Srixiitn 

Ib giving a courie of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Pbyalology and Netvoua Bis- 
eases at hU Hygelin Hall, «37 California streetj 
every Friday evenlr g, commencing at 7 H o'cloot 
A part of the evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Sml'h gives 
phrenological examinations in regard to health 
to Invalids d aily, Item to a s. u , Iree. w 



NATURE TJN4DOBNB1*. 

Sbe j'-i- 1 as Natur* molded h r. 

No "puff,"' ncr " palot, " nor "pid, " 
She's would not rorge for all the wor d, 

Though "tltt 1 ' she nevtrbad; 
She would not use t'.at powderatuff— 

I think they call it "ptarl '— 
With su.h a skin it would be used 

By aiy 1 1 tier girl. 

I r. member, whilst we wund r'd 

One wet and windy day, 
Past a shop In Piccadilly, 

We saw, io white airay. 
Teeth cf peirly aplsndor. 

But they had no charm f- r hir; 
Atd she said. In accents Ecornful, 

"Tj be toolhleaa I prefer." 

One other "once," while walking 

(Toough I cin't Bay where or Why) , 
My a'ten ion was arrested, 

'Twas my loved one breathed a sign. 
She was looking full of pity. 

But no trace of scorn was there, 
And her gentle eye was l*v I'd 

At a heap ol yellow batr. 

Her tender h< art la melted 

Toward tlat falsely faioion'd belle: 
Toen I, looking, thought "No wonder 

That gentle heait might Weil " 

Ob, a thing eo false and foolish. 

She never could be called 
She'd truth it«>7— I awe r it — 

but then she's n&arly "bald." 

Sue's neither false ncr foolish. 

She's not mad^ up — oh, no 1 
On a woiai so deserving, 

gay, wfca' praise can we bebtowV 
Hi r sacrifice ia nobie . 

Her conduct a 1 tnat'd right; 
A yery p rfect •woma", 

Eiit a v.rr !i vfni fright I 

[Punch. 



Edwin Forrest and Death. 

Edwin Forres f , it ia stated, b&i always ei- 
pret sed a sincere deBire to die suddenly : and 
when in New York, shortly before his death, 
remarked to a friend that he did not believe 
he should Bee the New Year. He denied 
that he was in gloomy spirits, but he had 
a preBeniiment tbat be should not survive 
1872. Discussing tbe subject, te eaid death 
had never had the EligbtjBt terrors to him, 
bat he could not overome, unreasonable as 
he knew it ts be, a certain dread of physi- 
cal decay. Forrest was a strong believer in 
the life after death, which he had inves i- 
gated through Spiritual sen. 



Runninc to Waste. 

Matriageable men who do not endorse the 
sentiments of the elder Weller are invited 
to visit the town of Mission, Ohio, which, 
though small, contaks 121 widows and 200 
marriageable girls. It is thought tbat half- 
fare t cke's on all the railroads centering at 
this point will be issued shortly. 



A Wise In fu nt 

Borne one gave Katy, a six-ye-r old, a doll, 
8iying, "See how pret'y sbe looks and how 
good sbe is. She dcem't cry." "Ah," said 
Eaty, "tbat is because she isn't alive. If the 
ever liyes she will cry.' 



Ladles and Gentlemen 

Who have been enffering from various com 
plalLts for years, are obtaining rt lit f from Br. 
AJk'E, at 137 Montgomery street. He performs 
delicate surgical operation?, and 1b daily effect- 
ing remarkable cures of old-standing diseases. 
The Doctor is a competent, scientific pbyelclan, 
and the &micted can consult him with confi- 
dence. * 



Live Well, 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding la tbe causeof many crimes. Those 
Who dine at the Pioneer Bestaurant, on Wash> 
Ingtoti treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the public since 
1849. provides for hie customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Scimagundl soup, game, tame geeee, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best cup of tea in the 
city — English breakfast tea — Souohong and 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here. a 



Sam Mooro, 

Formerly of Bubb House Carriages, can be 
ound In front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abllshmenr, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery Bts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



Holiday Punches. 

There are no Punches for the Holiday tatlea 
tbat compare with Squaraa's. Bquuza's Punches 
are famous for the high art shown in their man- 
ufacture, the harpy combination of wholesome 
tonics, and their delicious flavor. Bona, the 
disciple of Ihe great Squarzs, has prepared 
forty different kind ot punches and co-dials for 
tbe H >liday tables. For sale at tue new branch, 
317 Eearnv street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
liOLeideedortT street. ji 

Tl.e President's Message. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notes of t hie 
document. Ohe*pneas and durablltv are the 
characteriEtlca of H. Luchalnger's furniture. 
All should vielt his emporium, 736 Market 
atreet, and ascertain bew cheaply a bouse can 
be furnished. d 



Ph'jtottrephlc Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Grailery, 3a Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission, atreet. j 



Everybody Suited. 

There la no end to the multitude ot fashions 
io hats. At " Th*." Bat Store, 647 Wa»hiogton 
street (second hat etore below Hearny), all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock is immense 
—the prices era reasoDable. Every one who 
goes there is sure to be suited. a 



Hate for Holidays. 

■ The" Hat Store, 6*7 Washington street (sec- 
ond hat ttore below Kearny), is the place to ge 
to boy your holiday hata. Finest hats, largest 
assortment and cheipest hat store In the city. 
Remember, No. 647, second hat ttore below 
■E..-JTAJ-, on w*biiu^twi btceeL a 



Destitute >6ets. 

A Nflw Yo.-k contemporary says: "A 
Specimen of abject poverty wes in town, 
Monday, f eliciting aid. He claimed to be 
ftom Boston, and to have lost his .business 
by the Are. He wee a poet on the Waver- 
ley Magazine, and thsre are eight thousand 
more of them thrown out on a cold world 
by the dieas'er. What they want chiefly ia 
"a feaat of reason," but don't object to her- 
rings. 

Objects of Pity. 

Greeley thought thit to be born with a 
burden of lazy sbifilessness or a mean cun- 
ning, was about the heaviest cures of Heav- 
en, and tbat those who come into life equip- 
ped through no desert of their own, owed 
these incurables something in the way of 
help. 

Gentlemen, Attention! 

For tbemos^comforlablesnd luxurious shave 
be Euro and call at O.L. Susand'a P«laoe Shaving 
urn! Hairdreselng Saloon, 224 Montgomery St., 
opposite Bubs House, up-Btairs. Only the most 
skillful artists employed. a 



Holiday Candles, 

Freeb, sweet and delicious Candies, of every 
variety, at M A. Hercr-r's pioneer confection- 
ery, 678 Kearny etreet. Wholesale and retail, a 



Whiteneiw 

Jakes C Sellebs. 31 Second street 



FIGARO 



CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
every Theatre in San Franoisoo, 



FIGARO 

P DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 
out tbe centre of ihe city, in all Hotels, Ber- 
ts urante. Saloons, Stares and Offices. 



FIGARO 

J 8 CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland KerryBoats to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by tnegrea* Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

18 MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Oregon— the papers left in the theatres at light 
being gathered up and saved for that purpose. 



FIGARO 

IS "HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
in tbe Theat-ea, Traveling Conveyances, Hotels, 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST BOOTETY. IS 
placed in the hands of nearly all who come 
to the city to make purchases, and ie therefore the 
best of advertising mediums. 



DIVIPEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings and Loan Society. 

THE BOARD OP DIRECTORS HAVE DE- 

A clsred a dividend of nios (9j per cent, per 
annum on Term Deposits, and seven and one half 
u,4) percent, per annom on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of Federal Tax, for the six months ending 
R'?tS b * r , 11 > '^.nayable oa and after January 
15, 1872. By order. 

a v GEORGE LETTE, Seeretary. 

S«n Francisco. December 31, 1872. ja3 2w 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

C38 Sacramento street, 
(The First Houbo below Kearny street,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
n ,. '1; ot a!1 *»ndB.-General BuEineee Agancy: 
Oollect Rente, Notea and Accounts; White and 
Chinese Laborers supplied for Families. Hotels, 
Farm?, Factories, etc. 

CU AS, F. BErntREE A CO., 
deli -m 6GJC Sucramsntt meet. 



S. F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booheeller* and Stationers. 

H. H. Moore. 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Ilimtnesa CoUesrea. 
Heald, Brjant A Stratton's College, 24 Post fit. 

Hatcher*. 
Rata, Fred, Sulla 94 to 100, California Market. 

Urnea Foanderle*. 
Weed A Kingwelt, California, 125 First aV 

French Fancy OooO*. 
Loose A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Batter, 

Human Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co.. U0 Second street. 

Music and Maalcal Instrument*. 
Keene, O. O., mftr. accordians, repairer of ail w»Hs l 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Muecaronl M ann fad or era. 
Brignardello, Maechiavello A Co., 706 BanaeaM. 

Wines and X,lqaor*. ( Wnoleeal... ) 
Danert F. A Co.. 504 Front. 

TVb.lt«ner. 
James O. Sellers, No. 31 Second etreet 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 
H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Business at the corner of Sacramento and 
Leidesdorff streets, and 

KeniOYed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, in future, conduct tbe same line of boein 
at tbe new location, in connection with the office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom be has united his atook and busmen, 
thus making thu 

THE LARGEST AND BEST APPCiNTED OFFICE 
\H THE STATE, 

And affording nasurpassed facilities for Printing 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
given to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engraver] stand at the head of the profes- 
sion, as aamples on the dead-walla of the city win 
testify. 

A oall Is solicited from my friends and the pub- 
lic at my new quarters. 

H. P. TAYLOR, 

de41m £33tluy street. 



15*~« 



ARION 

Pianoforte. 



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EOLARED BY THE JUDGES AT A LATH 

Fair or tbe American Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial Bgalnat Stairway's, Ohictenng's, anft 
others, to be Tr±«. BJ3.ST ON EXHD3ITION. B, 
ITKTAZ, Sole Agent. SO O'FarreU street 
N B.— Pianos of all styles TO RENT. marl 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

A NY AHD ALL PERBOHS TBAT HAVB 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS cu h»e tbo 

amoaot refunded tt ths office of the ocdersign&d 
QpoD tbe preaent.tioa of so order from tbe 
Mayor and Oily and County Attorney. 
delBtf A. AUSTIN. 




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ALHAJVIBRA LODGING HOUSE 

m_ FINFXY FU2*NISHBT> BOOHS, 6US- 
■^■T gle or in suits, 

"Well Lighted and Ven.tlla.te4. 

Cnrurnistied Rooma to let. Lodging with 

or witbcot board. ALHAMBBA BOILDING , 
• 1» Bnsh street, orfW tf 



CANDIES. 



ALL KINDS OE THE FINEST 80AND» I 
made at onr Steam Oandy Factory daHr. All 
orders, especially from tbe country, are solicited 



and will be promptly attended to. 

OANTY A WAGNKR, 
107 Mr<ntfOni*rv et^ oer-v 8«tt*» 



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CENTRAL, 

O. 118 GEARY STREET. 
Best scoommodationB for 



Families in the city. Private ■IF 1 "T'.'.P 

entrance forLadipf. Hair Cutting, Shaving ana 
Shampooiog. Children's Hair neatly out. Ladies 
Shampooing 50 cants. „™._ -, 

i»171ro U OORRIVEAU. Proorietar. 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 
HAYWARD8. 

TONY OAEEb PEOPBIETOB 

First-Class ECoteL 



DAVE MENOES t CO., at tbe 
_ old original Red Lion. lftGear, 
street, between Ke.ro? and Dupont, wbere you 
can bare HOT AND GOLD DRINKS, not foreet- 
tiog tbe old Pioneer Lnnob. Tbe "Old Gpert ia 
always on band. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BEEN 
over twelve years connected with the press of 
Melbourne, and is well known by the members ot 
the profession in the Colonies, begs to intimate ( 
that he ii prepared to give experienced advioete < 
all persons professionally visiting or meditating*) > 
visit to the Australian Oolonies. Fee moderate). ■ 
Punctuality in dispatching replies may be relied 

aPOn ' WTLL1AV HENRY WATERS, 

UYietoria Chambers, "" • Collins atreet. Hat> 
bovine. A us trail*. f*6tf 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. , 

A LARGE ASSORTMhNT OF GENTS' FUR- 
Dieting Goods to be had good and cheap, at i 
tbe"uLDOORMKR,"J. LEVY'S^SIO Monlgom- 1 

ery street. Justice given to all. Don't forget the ■ 
namier. filO iIc-n'.io=ury street* de^' Jffl f 



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mo BTsar m»u i nmi mi rata Honor. 
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LANDS 



.Mr. W. s Iiwi.b 
. Br. L. P. Ward 
.Br. B. W rV.r. 
. Mr 0. T. Biatt 
.Br a A. Cortla 
HIM Eat, Pall 



O L. I O. 

*r»"»«l "» Py. IIBB Darll.,. 

• «Hi IITIIW OP THB AKAZOBB. 



Land of Pern*, or Halls of Dazzling Light ' 

•ATl'RDAT AriEBB JOS. J.o 11- 

OrBad Yellow Hat Matinee 1 

WILL BUOBrLT APPEAR- 

MISS AUCUSTA L. DARCON 



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II mm ill cent Scenery by Porter I Startling Illusions! Uorgeons Costumes! 



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1VLFL. 



The Famous Comedian, 

JOHN T. HFt-A."' 



WILL SHORTLY BFOIN AN ENGAGEMENT AT THm THFATR" 



MOND, 



FBlOEa or Al-MIBSIOM, - 

MraBi-rT-rtl iroit- Dr»M Oirote ftnt 1 Orchaetr* 91 SO Bilcoor ,w. SO 

Rrirrrid Hrui ■-Ba'Cjot 7-S Gallery -8S 

Drnti Circle Adm.Riioa 91 VO PriTftte Boxes SO imd flllO OO 



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Al «i-.l of Ue Wh.l* . 

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dDTJTO -S SKBTCH 03 i 

J. H. I, \KKIN end UARRIK ARMSTRONG. 



COMIC SKETCHES. 



■ CHARUS VERNER 



OLYMPIC LODGINGS. 

M »« Flim»y Jnboa* T**re> 

Daieb Lodxer J. M Lfc-fc.n 

A**0t 'lorarBt Km* 



OnvtvH, 



OixtieetrA 



BptDiih Ob*reol*rUUo Bellet, 

La Maja di Biviglia! 

LA MAJ-V MMf. THtBlaJa. 

Den B eillo Ed. Muqiaituo 

ILTOKKADOR MONH. KOUMIUr 

Jinn/ hla friend Mile Gerratla 

liesLtnf of the Idd Joile Ma) field 

....PTTRlvn TFIK. I1AI.LET ... 

Tb« celebrated Madrilena, by Mini. 1'herese. and tbe Oaoboc*. 

by tame. Tbereee, Moon. Sobmidt aod Ladies of tin 

Bn let. Tibleao nod Fioale. 



140 Second Street. 140 

SWAINS BAKERY, 

13»t»»»lla»l.o,l In 'Stf. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

Exmb. Al BTr. IAB IvaBalB alra.t, Aod Al 
Nov lOI B SU>eAtoo ftTML 

THE BEST DIALITT Or 

w eddlng Oalto 

ALWAYS OB HASD. 
ETBET VARIETY Or 

mm0 Cake tor the Holidays. 

ts-S 

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KUbB"* 

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I OB ORP.AB. CHARLOTTE RU8BB, BLAXO- 
MABOg, JELLIES. .10.. nAdt to order And 
•f lb. bMt aaAtana'a. 
OOaBllAl K. R. >»AIV .1- CO 



HAIR. 

THE OBEAPEBT PLAOB IB SAB FBAH01SCO 
TO BOV 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Cood-t, Cheap and Fine 
Jewariry & Fancy Coods. 

IB AT TOE 

NEW YORK STORE. 

A. B. lAHPHOK <«s CO., 

Wo. HO Rfconil street, 
BoJjQlm Between Mlartoii end Hlnnu. 



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Attention, Good Livers! 

MR, P. BBRGR8. FORMERLY 
proprietor ef tbe Mtoere' R**- 

UarAot, bee taken tn« m*Baiameat 
Of both the Minor*' H»»**ar»nt on 

goamerctal street and u>* Miner*' 

? r %?£. h . ??^VA rltel •**••» tf partoerebip wltn MR. 
A, DRAYEUR, who be* be*a contracted with the 
Bran lor yeara. ImproTemenU b»ve been mad* to 
tb*otUsinedep*rtmenta thai will render the Mi- 
ner*' more popular tbaa It baa erer been dnrlns 
tbe iS j*«raof It* proflperity. Oar Bill* of Far* 
embrace ell tbe delioAoiea of tb* ****oo. Oar 
motto la "Good Vm, Good Cooking- and Moderate 
OhATfea." 

P. KEB9KI <fe CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

SSI aod AOa Oommeroial, and 
T«» Market street. 
Open from 5 A.M. to 10 r.M. aa31 lm 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

l*t* Hacr-taancato it,, eor, I^eldeadoiaT. 
(Ez offlot o l P. M . S. S. Co.) 

COMS AND SEE U8. GIVE US A TRIAL; 
we frill endaavar to salt. W* want to afaare 
j otar order*. Open th* oouIdb* w**k. 
*U«14laa *1AaM0aS A C0..Piop'ri. 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre, 

CHEYENNE,«WYOIV.lNC. 

THE 0.'«DFR , 'I0NEU WOULD MOST KB- 
apectfi-lly repr*s*ot to yoa and t ■ ♦? pnblic geo 
*r*1iy, that he la now prepared to farrlab faoiU 
itt*>» for eimbitioor. of ereiy kind aod character, 
whiob shoold deserve tb* o\tronage of tbe pnn- 
lio. He baa eracted at Chayane, Wyomtnjj, A 
LARGE AND V'tM MODH 'H.H HALL, with coo - 
Soerery ard State The Hall is well ventilated 
end lighted, and made comfor eh'e for all seasons 
Of tbeyoer. TilK BEST OF MUSIC, both String 
aod Brase, can be fornl-hed at all times. 

S*ia(»e'ory *rrang#men'n will b« made with 
TIIKATRKJAL OR O I HER COMPANIES, eith- 
er for Renting of Hall ar performances on a per- 
centage ol the receipt*. Correspondence *olicited 

Address. J. McDAMEL. 

Lock Box No 1. Chejenne, Wyoming. 

N. rl — Corlosities wanted for the Cheyenne 
Maseno. Those wishing eogasements, state low> 
est tsrnis for tbe Winter Season, ainoiog pboto- 

frapb to 'my address. Half Passsjte Money ro- 
unded after HI line; eneaKemenie, 

JAMES McDANIEL, 
Proprietor Cheyenne Tbestrn and Unseam, 
oo2i 3m Look Box No. 1, Obetenne. W. T. 



CHEYENNE_TH£ATRE. 
Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIRRT-OLASB PEOPLE.— MUST HAVE 
good Wardrobe, Four Ladies and two Gen- 
tlemen to no good in general bnsloeee for the com- 
ing Winter »pfi«oo, commenoin« the Hrat week In 
Novombsr, 1872. Addreae stating lowest terms, 
with Photograph. Half Far* roinnded after ail- 
ing engagement.. 

JAMES McDANIHL. 
Proprietor Oheyenno Thtutre and Musenrn. 
ooS2 Look Box 1, Cheyenne, W. T. 



A BAD HABIT 

A GREAT MANY MERCHANTS 
huvr» got lato of charglosi more for 
their Usvde darlnsT the ilullduy* thun 
■it pny other time. At the old atand, 
No. 8 Second street, yoa will nlwaya 
And ut a i.l lor m price* is large niaorl- 
ment of Shirt*, Fiirnlahlnic Goods and 
Toilet Article* ut lowest rate*. That's 
the place to get sensible Oollday JPre*- 

nr.NFMKT Ob Co., 
No. 8 Second street. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VI It OMNIA CITY, NEVA-DA. 

THIS KLEOANT THEATRE HAS BEEN &Er 
dsoorsled, sod oan be rented by th* night or 
by th* week. oUn and traveliag oomoanlei 
UboraLTr trestod with on *pplio*Moo by letter 
JOIN ril'KB, 
Manager and sole Proprietor, 
Or to J. II. MeOAUE. 
SSO Washington at.r*et.. Ssa Frano'scirt 



MORS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THB WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
oalist, toodbds New Coarasa for Piano and 
slaglng by bis eatrPely New and Simplified System 
-the shortest in *xl»tSDD«— resding masio atsfght. 
Aooomi>sBlmBot», Singing f or P»-"or or Concerts, 
f* Mona. Wolowski's resldenoe, 48* SUITER 

Drtta.nr 4»s lm 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms lO and 17....0Q0, "Waisliinffton street* 




WANTED IMHEDUTELT: 

First-Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Gymnastic Talent 

....ALSO ... 

Txeonty Z 1 lx n te«t X^iJtxo Ballot Iiadles. 

FOR HALF F.HJHTT NETS OF AMAZ"W AKMOKS. COUPLETE, IN 
Lots to au.it. pnrcbasers. Enoh Sot oonslsla of Solid Si ver-Pluted Ilelrrsi, Hreaetnlat*. Lam- 
berkin. Shield, one pur oi Arml, t-, oi o pa>r of Brsoelets, one pair of Tight r, one pair ot Trucks, one 
pair of Sundiiif, find Tunic, one Scarf one Uomiiu S.v.rd. ft d one Spoar. A portion of these Armors 
are now to be eeen at < be MetropolitanThaittie in the Amazonian March in "THE YKLTUW HAT." 

*t*r* For price, apply a* above. 

SUEBIDAN CORBYN .& CO 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 

{fa ™* 1 * 

OIXOP HOUSB, 

Summer street, oft" Kearny helwucn Pine 
and Culirornla. 

THE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANiPLlNTEU OYSTERS served In any 
ttyle. Hverything cooled intbe beat manner. 
star Th* Finest Liquors and Cigar*. 
•r*T*Elegant Suites of Boom* for l.udles. 
■SrOFEN DAY AND NIGHT. 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MMEPONS, IMPORTER AND DEAI E*R IN 
Parisian Ladies' Underweur. FRB1NCH 
UURSEI'S of all prioea and qualities, read, made 
and to order. No, oai Sacramento strent, below i 
KtaTOf . oo l-3m I 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN IT^ HIGHRSr PERFEO" ION -RICHARD 
MULDttK FABBRI, teaoher of tcvaral oele- 
ti-nird lil'iropeno ftrtistefl, late Director of the te- 
now ed Oooeerv.tory el Genwva, Muitre du Chant 
oi fc e French Im-teri-il Acurl.mvof Muaio. Con- 
ductor of tbe Pbilbftrmoriique Society In Paris, 
-ndat proseot Mu-ical Uiioutor of the Fubbri 
O.iTr i- otepaied to give private leBBoua. uiihor 
At bis office or at. thi re*i «o e of ibe pupils: 
lihewise COUKSES OF MNG1N0, PlANO and 
MOSIOAL INSTRUCTION. „„„„ „„, 

I- or frjrth t .r purtiouiir aoply at PROF. MUL- 
Dr-JK'.^offl e, No.»l fOWkLl SlRBKi'.bstwe-n 
Market aod Ellis Also, letters reoeivrd and terms 
t-> he bod at tbe mu-io stoto of M. Gray, ulay st., 
aid of Messrs Sberman A Hyde, corner of Natter 
and Kearny etrsete. JaS lm 



WILLIS^BAND. 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL 
occasions. Mualo imported, arranged 
and for sale. 

Frits Piper* and Bfarea* M. Blum, 
Lending. Tlollnlrt*. 
■VOrdsr* from the connt.ry promptly attended 
to Addreia M. W. WILLIS. Eaton a Mailo 
Store. »»S Mdi tgr.msry atr; et,. or MARCUS M, 
BLUM, *«» Montgomery sire t jtfitf 



GRAIN 13 

Select Bal Masque 

....or TOR.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 



Cortioxiltiiral 

....ON.... 



Call 



THL'BSIiAY EVENING JAN. 28tt 

BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. 

Ticket* * I eurh 

■t*r*Sobsoriptlon Lints oan b> fonnd with— 
G. M Berry, Sh»r>fTs Ofliof, City Hall ; 
Mr Brandt. ^.W aor Waibtng'on A Montgomery: 
A, Summe'lield. Jr., N.tC. oor Folsom A Stenari, ; 
W. Ooben. No. 6 Batiery atreet. 
J. W>tt. No. 1IU Third -treet ; 
Mr. Katzenstein, Nn 16 Second street; 
Ed. Abramaon, No. 735 Ulay street. deSD iw 




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DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

Ifl fkfifi BEACUFUL AND INSTRUCT- 
J.I/.WV/ iveobiecta to be s—n. Open to tbe 

Pablio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAL7 . 

818 Montgomery streot. FOU MEN UNLY 
•wTDr. Jordan's Pit i vat b Office is nt tn 

Gesry street (opposite old Moohanioe' Pavilion). 



ADOLPHUS STOCKMEVER, 

....TEAOHKIi OF.... 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Balls aod Parties attonded to, and Music lor 
niehed. Residence, %98 Eddy atreet. dt fi lm 



(Lately arrived from South America,) 

PIANO, CHURCH ORGAN AND HARMONICOrt 
TUNER AND REPAIRER. 

KaT-Orders addressed to the Philadelphia Hon-e 
Bnsh street, promptly atteoded to. d*7 lac 



E. PARDINI 

NO. T»» WASHINGTON STREET. (ABOVK 
th* Piatt), San-FranoUao. Boot* and Sbo*n 
made to order in th* bsat Frtnoh stylo. The aanoo 
ready mad* al way a oa hr.»i. no 1-i-tc 



FIGAROS 

THE JOURNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Pnbliaaed 6T«r» Day in las Ye4r b ' 

^ . I»- BOGABDtTS 

AT ' 

«a»Merehont ond SOS W-vU-lOaTton §U 

Below MonKomerr. San Franolaco. 



FRIDAY JAN0ABX 10, 1873 



B r «( Ii«r*« Ent«rlaliinielH, 

A Boetouian in New York writes of the 
"Beocher ..how" that took her to church 
one Sunday "before the eecind bell riog- 
iDg" : It made a long waiting, bat procured 
•Do good sea's, and gare me time to see the 
Bhakiogcf bandfl and how-d'ye-do's among 
.friends, cbaffiog, laughing— or emiling, psr- 
baps I ought to Bay— and reading a' newspa- 
pers, while the audience settled itself for 
the performance. Soon "H. W." came in 
upon tbe platform with bis caps-coat on, 
threw his bat behind tbe chair, aad eat 
do *n until the plase was quiet. Then an 
Anthem, a short prayer, a mention of some 
church charity for which there was to be a 
cjllecton; and, addressing somebody near 
him, " Please pas) the baskets," which 
zuoiut about ta'f a dozen work-baebeta that 
as many men iottintly s„iz*i and went 
zoand round with for the money. Then 
.znore singing, a characteristic long prayer, 
and then tLe di-coarse— teu common ser- 
moaa crowded into one, as fdr as thought, 
originality and practical suggestions, grow- 
ing out of a test ia Isaiah, which otherwise 
would have had no meaning to my mind. To 
read bim is nothing to hearing and seeing 
him, you know. The management of hi6 
To'ce and his iodtscribable manner are vastly 
telling, and altogether make up an enter- 
tainment not lees fascinating, perhspB more 
instruct. re, than a good play by a finished 
ftcto \ laughing and crying alternated, and 
some po'ntfl came very near bringing down 
the house. When tbe dense congregation 
rose at last to finish up with a bymn— the 
words and mnBio of which, I must say, 
thrilled every nerve— itjwaa the snapper too 
much, and I confets to the emotional weak- 
ness of spoiling one handkerchief in Bpite 
of myself. 

Death of a Great Mao. 

None who properly appreciate the charac- 
ter of Loaii Napoleon can deny that he was 
a great man. He was a great politician, a 
wise rater. In tbe minds of many all the 
good he did for France is blotted out by his 
failure as a soldier. All that can be said 
agaiDss Lou's Napoleon is, mauuais soldat .' 
He went to war when uoprepared fur it, and 
knew nothing about it. That is all. In the 
arts of pesc3 he was supreme. He ruled 
Fiance wisely ; he advanced her lo the first 
rank of nations in commerce, and rendered 
ber prosperous and bappy. It was not to be 
espee'ed that so wise a man would make a 
good S3ldier. All acknowledge tbe Firtt Na- 
p >leon to have been a great man cela va sails 
dire, but about Napoleon the Third there ia 
a difference of opinion. People say he was 
a float, a triokster, an unprincipled man. 
But how tius he was to Franca I The First 
Napolean was a morster of selfishness. Was 
Fracc3 bappy under his rule ? We trow not. 
He too made a mistake at last. It is for- 
given. Then let Francs forgive Napoleon 
tbe Third bis errcr, and remember only the 
goad things he did for France. As a ruler 
Louis Napoleon was great. History will do 
him jus tic?. 

The Choicest Confectionery. 

Jo mi H. Ron.tr has just opened a new and 
hatdsome confection'. r/ store at 12G Kearny 
etreat, whore can be obtained superior finely 
flavored confectioner; of all tinic. Balls aad 
partus suppliied. j 

W'caiilns Koturnca in One Day 
and wa never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

-Jones A: -"chroaoi's 

Celebrated Grab Chowder can be obtained only 
at 330 Bath .trtet, nearly oppos te the A.ham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Bait eats It, and they all 
oat It. Only tbe teat brands of Liquors bot- 
tltdfoi lamilv ii-e. Q 

Vreih and Sweet , 
Far tbe beet confection err. go to Canty acd 

Winner's. HIT Montgomery St. near Salter. X 



What Caeer bsundry 

Employe no Chinamen, and should be pit 
roolied by fTerybodp. • 

■->■■ 

X>o Not sutler irom Corns. 

Tbe unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Biin- 
iona. Club and Ingrowing Halls, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Br. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute. 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
apeak from experience, bavins tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. Beterencea given IX required. B 

Oyster Trtiao. 

Tbe oyster trade In OaUlornia Is assumlrg 
•gfgantic proportions. Emerson Ocrville, of the 
Brfddle Boek, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at Ban Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and* he 
'Saddle Book" la known •verrwnere. 



Anawerj to Correspondent!. 

Ltjct— YtSi you cin probably find a recipe 
for making rice guiding in "sjmeof tbe 
pspers." We have seen it in seventy-two 
country exchanges. 

Motbeb— Wetave not beard that Francis 
Rose McKioley is about to start a young 
ladies* seminary. We shan't send our little 
girls there. 

Ihquibeb — Tbe psper you refr to wag 
s'arted ss the programme of Gilbert's Melo- 
deoo, but it was quite a rtspeotable paper 
ttien. We edited it (b'm). 

Abtist— We are not sure whether or not 
Mr. Porter took a sketch cf Tubbs' Hotel, 
Oakland, and pun'od Aladdin'* p alace from 
it. Wetbink he did. 

HudBAKD-The law ia very strict. If you 
black your wife's eyes you oannot claim that 
it is not extreme cruelty "because she is 
used to it." 

Poet— We have seen it stated somewbere 
that John Howard Payne was the author of 
"Home, Sweet Home," and also that he had 
no home of his own. Wo have seen it so 
stated more than ones — probably a ttoosand 
times. 

Satirist— We must decline your criticism 
of the Overland Mouthly. It is not polite 
to term that periodical a * fance" for tbe re- 
ceiving cf stolan goods, and a "literery 
sboldy machine." You have had some of 
your articles relussd. 

Litteeateub— The name of Bret Harts's 
forthcoming book is, we believe, "Tailors, 
and How t> Treat Them," with notes by 
Charles Vivian. It will be a sort of mission- 
ary work. Tailorj in tbe United States are 
sadly in teid of conversion. 

Lively Business. 

Ths Baltimore Evening News of the 28th 
nit. says: 

.East Baltimore was "disgraced last night 
by a number of females, bUck and white, 
becoming intoxicated and then conducting 
themselves io a manner t u'y disgusting; 
in fact it seomed as if drunkenness among 
a o-rtain class of women in East Baltimore 
was contagions last night, and until a late 
h^ur policemen were kept busy iu conduct- 
ing frail liamanity to tae lock-up. 

San Francisco is not so bad in this re- 
spect as Biltimore. We have a regular sat 
of female druekards who appear again and 
again before the Polica Court, but casual 

drunks are rare. 

■» 

Of Conrse. 

A Chicago paper has the following para- 
graph : 

It was a reporter of tbe Joarnel, and not 
Judge Scully, who got kissed by Mrs. Ryder. 
The woman was, of coaise, crazy. 

Only this and nothing more. . Are the 
Journal's reporters so,hideous that a woman 
must be pionounoed "of com se, crazy" if 
she kiesss one of them? 1 he San Francis- 
co reporters, .even those employed on the 
scrub papers, are a good-looking Bet, and 
very kissably. That a San Franoiso.lady 
would be crazy to kiss one of them is not a 
matter of course. £ 

A Business Snceesa. 

Not muoh over a year ago, the I X L Auc- 
tion store, 61G Kearny street, was started by 
a company of young men, who, sioce then, 
by carrying out the true principles of trade, 
"smalt profits and quick returns," have 
made it one of the most popular establish- 
ments iu the city. This house did an im- 
mense holiday busintsi in clothing, fancy 
gcola, jewelry, etc. Enterprise, 'industry 
and hoaesty will tell. 



What an Eye, Dear! 

Dr. Vogal gives an instance of a beauti- 
ful young lady who suffered the critical op- 
eration of having the inside cf her eye 
photographed. She takes ext-act of bella- 
donna until the pupil has become sufficient- 
ly large. The interior of the eye is then 
illuminatad with magnesium light and pho- 
tographed. AH for science. 



Go It I 

A young man is walking from Kentucky 
to Texas on a wager of $50. Shoe-leather 
will c j st him more ihan that. But there is 
nothing like carrying a thing through when 
you attempt it, even if you do make a first, 
olass idiot of yourself. 



Mtogether tlie Best. 

It Is curious, bnt true, that J. A, Bhaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper ihnn an; other 
dealer In this city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. x 



ETor WasninK 

Shirts, SI 60 per doz.; email pieces, 60o. per 
i' a. At tbe What Cheer Laundry • 



Manning's. 

Tae only plaos south of Market streat to 
get a Rood dish of OystorB, Ca'ifornia or Eastern 
Transplanted, Is at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Ballon, corner Howard and Third, late 
o! the Blue Wlog Saloon. x, 



Tho Best Remedies. 

Dr. Ferry's Last Chance, lor pain. Dr. Per. 
ry's Webfoot Pllle, for all biHous complaints. 
4. B. Gates and Co., corner Saneome and Oom- 
«tercial streets, sole agents. • 

*Tliat Cheer l_.au. n<lry- 
Ie the best laindry in Ban Prano laco . * 

Wa.. jes and. Jewelry, 

Very low, at H. A. OaUender'J, 6a Second 
.street, corner of Mission. n 



XI Ton Want 

Tour Blanket- and Flannels well washed, and 
cot spo 1, send them to the What Cheer Lann 
*rj. ^ x 

For a safe and efficient Beautivisb of the 
<Joscpl*xiok, nee Dickei's Fjmous cssuk be 



The III H8l rated Press (8. F.) 

No. 1, January, 1873. Sold by subscription— 
$1 60 a year. Elegant, cboloe, cneap. Sample 
munbere, 15 cents. Address Murray, Dewey it 
Co., 3. F. o 

--■■■■• 

For the Tery Best Drinlci, 

Goto Ya,es* Branch Salooo. corner of Market 
and Third atre eta. bo 

Best Quality of X>oKsatln 

Driving gloves, at J 2 per pair, at the What 
Oheer iAnndry _^_ x 

McDowell, Shaw Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, koom 10, 
808 Market itrret. cor. Post and M oatgamory. u 

Do You Know 

That with BTTxrifiicjc't PasxEBXS you can out 
*nd make any garment io fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
i. Doming, agent, office of the How* Sewing 
Machine. No. lis Eearar street, betwoau Batter 
tad Post. Ban Franeiaeo. * 



A Firat-Clasa Idiot. 

Somebody writing in the London Globe 
talks— the miserable wretch !— about tbe un- 
popularity of women. He deflates that 
there are more bschelors than there use! to 
be ; tbat women have lost the charms of pa 
tience, modesty, unselfishness, and tender- 
ness, and consequently old maids are smarm- 
ing everywhere and making the earth a bard 
and dreary desert. Has this cynio's wife 
been ltctnring about bim ? Or is he the vic- 
tim of a breach of promis? case ? Nothing 
lees can excuse such a slander. Seriously, 
there it of lite too much heedless and in- 
d scriminate condemnation cf the soft;r 
sex. Women are just what they always 
have been in nature, and to call them un- 
popular, or sc'lfitib, or ssjertive, as a olsss, is 
ridiculous drivel. 



A Sad Case. 

Mr. Kiljoye— "I'm so glad you've come, 
Dr. Bland t I waut to consult with you 
about my poor wife." 

Dr. Bland— "Wbat's the ma'ter with her?' 

Mr. Kijoye— "Such a fearf j1 depression 
of spirits! 

Dr. Bland— "Depression of epirits! Why 
she's tbe I fe of the parry I" 

Mr. Kiljoye— "Ah 1 she always bears op 
in company, poor thing I But you should 
only see her n hen we are together alone 1' 



A man in Gongtown, O., bet $30 one bit- 
ter cold day last week that he could walk to 
Warren. He spoiled a $15 suit of cloth f s. a 
$14 pair of boots, paid a dector $10 to thaw 
his ears, and was arrested at War te i a3 a 
Bospicious character and looked up two days 
in jail. He won the bet. 



Archdeacon Donnison, who litaly recom- 
mended the h:rie pond as a remely for dis- 
content among Erglish laborers, bss been 
served by his parishioners with a pelting of 
stale eggs, evidently on tae homeopathic 
principle that tlia hair of thg sime dog will 
care the bite. 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
uur careless feet, by chance did sir a; 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a scr een 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters sottly fell, 
Made that window Eeem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here— 
It looks so nice— and try their cheer ,'" m 
"All right," I said, **I muBt agree 
That this place suits me to a "TV" 
Mo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald they had almost any dish 
That we mignt name. We found it true, 
And cooked irtagmfcenUy, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Oookod every style : just think of that, 
And if vonr mouth don t water, then 
Ton're different from other men. 
They'd clam t and orabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found tbey had within 
That cosy place ail kinds of game, 
Fish, flee-h or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould eeem, 
That they have here tbe beet Ice cream; 
So here they Sock, the little sinners, 
To get wnat they call "such nice dinners." 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And tnere this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacifio Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHABLE8 HAAEE, Proprietor. 



It is Perfectly Astonlslilng 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
st the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 i-.ii. returned the same evening if de 
sired. x 



A.n Old 1-iLiridiiie.x'K. 

The Verandah Cigar Btore, at the K. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc. p 



CLAiavoYAirr.— Madame Clara Antonia, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
has removed to 323 Kearny at. Consultations in 
Bngliah, French and German. t 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LEWIS & PANDER, 

UTOVES, RANGES. TINWARE AND 
^ all tiDde of Oooking Utensils, No. 38 
GEARY STREET, bstwea Kearny aod 
Dapoot. ja8 3m 



^ 



FREE AND EASY. 

BVKKY aAT BB TJAT KI8HT. 

Piano and Singing; atBF.M. 

D. BARRY, Obairmsn. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

COG Mission street, near Second. 

d«10_ J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND ud nods 
to ORDER, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Kearny atreet. 



Stage Dancing 



TAUGHT AT 



McCarty's Dancing Academy, 



DASHAWAT HALL, 

Poatetreet, near Ke»rny. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 58A Cali- 
fornia • treet, corner of Webb. 

FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING WITH THE 
31st December, 1S7J, a dividend hta been d-- 
olaied at tbe rate of nine and aLx-tentbi (9 6-10) 
dat cent, par annum on Term Deposits aod aia*bt 
( =n per cent, per annum on Ordinary Dopoaite, free 
of r>rie-al Tax on DspoBiU, payable on and after 
13th J&naary, 1673. Br order. 
a-.3i-lw LOVttLL WHITE, Oaahier. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



2 1 ST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



...FOB THE.. 



KTlElX^r YEAH. 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Fraueisco Fenilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE ROMANCE AND REALITY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

9 BI WII.KIE COLJLINS, 

IN THE 

Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "Podgera," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Char-lei Warren Stoddard, la 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE TALK, 
By Olive Harper. In 

The Golden Era 



TOM A. KAW^K'S 
Fenllleton. In] 

The Golden Era. 



OBIOIML STORIES. POEMS AND 
SKETCHES, FASHION GOSSIP. 
AMUSEMENTS, LITERATrRE 
AND AKT, ANSWBB.S TO COB- 
RESPONDENTS, ETC. 



mHE "GOLDEN ERA" 18 THE OLDEST 
X Weekly Paper io the State, permanently 
established, and mora widely circulated at home 
and abroad than any other on the Pacific Coast. 
In California, the AtUntic States, and throngaont 
the entire field of ita great and rapidly increasing 
circulation, the "GOLDEN ERA" is universally 
regarded as a literary and family journal of one- 
quailed excellence. 



To Advertisers. 



Ths "GOLDEN ERA" ia a welcome Saoday TlB- 
itor ia every Home and Household, and SB an 
ad rertising m.diam its advantages mult bo appa- 
rent to baslnela men. 

TO MAIL BUBSOBIBKBS, 

The Golden Era. for One Tear, S3 SO ; 
for Six Month., 88 «0. 

bnbaoriptiona to be paid In advance. 

The Golden Era and Peterson's X.adlea' 

National Magazine. One Tear, ¥5. 

a*- THE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served br 
Carriers in tb. city at lis oents per week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA. single copies. Ten Oents. 
For sale at all Newi-stands. 

Otflee of the Golden Era, 

540 Clay street San Francisco 



CONSUMPTION pre 
vented by the timely us< 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal 
sam," the best and mos 
speedy remedy In use to 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma 
Bronchitis, Influenza 
Loss of Voice, Incipien 
Consumption, and all Dig 
eases of the Throat am 
Lungs. Ask for " Hall'i 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price SO cents. Sold b 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO. 

PBOFBIETOBJ, 

Cor. Sansome and Commercial 

nolt t< 







Pacific Stone Comp 

TUB PACIFIC BTONB COMPANY OAU 
tbe esvecial attention of Arouiteota, Both 
eera, aod the public in generlU, to tbe SUPEtUO) 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manufactare 
by them in this oity under the Bansome 
They make to order and keep in e took: 
Bulldlnt Fronta, Water Pipe, 

Slut., Mod amenta, FomitalKa, i 

Tllea, Copley for Watt 

Filter*, etc, etc 

Together with BanBome's celebrated Frea-Qv 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee euptrio 

and at a price far below that of haod-oat wort. 

■W-The attention of private parties intaodlBg i 
build is respectf ally solicited. 
Office. Ho. IO BUSH STBBBT, Sao Fraaot** 



' MANUFAUTURBB 

— AWTJ— 

EKPAIRKIl 



THOMAS W. EREE, 
SIXjVER. MiATBr 

*/" 

tjfi DRUMS, BANJOS, 

^C^ — AND— 

UTHEB MUSlfAJ, I»STBa7XEBrTl 

ESTABLISHED IN 180S. 

■Q7 Iiuusona triTen on the Banjo and Prom. M 
MISSION 8THEET, between First and Seoond 

N. B.— Fine- toned Silver Solo Sanjoa for Pi 
eeaionala always on hand. »al5 \\ 






Declared Aealn-t the aThole World i 
the Beat of Mankind. 



P4TENT EAGLE BLACKING -WARBlKl 
ed Baperior to any in the market. Maouti 
tared by MOORE A CO., No. «*0 Leideado 
street, H. F. Direotlone for Use : Wben found t 
thick, add a little water. Keep tbe bottle w 
corded. Sold by all Grocers, .JruggiBtr-, eto. d. 




TRAYS aiwais 



Alfred Tettet 

Maoufaoturer aod : 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES 

£85 Dnpont, , 

$EAR SUTTER STSEi 

See my eiock of B 
Cages before purobail 
e'pewhere. Always too 
tbiDKoew on band. I 
Patent Cages, made. 
Tin 'Wire, are warraaaj 
FREE FROM VEK» 
Aleo, best quality Tl 
d hand. no20t 






Meerschaum Pipe Depo 

013 EEABNY STREET. 

PIPES MADS TO ORDER AT , 
tha short es ootic? All Pipes and 
Cigar Holders wuiianted genuine, and V_a(j 
to color well. Meerschaum Piprs and >^^^ 
walking Oaoes Mounted and Repaired ^— ** 
at lowest Ea^tero Prices, aod with tbe beetwo 
mauship. A large aseortmeat of Walking Oai 
and Fancy Goods of every deBcription alwayai 
hand. oo2l It 



The Popular Beverag 

C CONGRESS WATER FROM THE PAOIF 
* Congress Springs, near Santa Olara. Iadon 
by the Medical Faculty ita oorative powers be; 
equal to tbe celebrated Consrees Water frona t 
Spriogs of Saratoga, New Vork. Depot remoi 
from 1'iS Kearny street to Hew Montgomery. < 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. L I 
eral discount to tbe trace, and orders attended 
promptly. de251l 



Philadelphia Restauran 

OHAS. V. BEBGOLD, PBOPRIETOB, 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
and most popolar Bestauraot in 
Ran Fraocieco. The Tables are eop- 

El led with tbe beat in market. Board, 
y the week. 408 PINE STREET. 
Monl. orann- 



lav 



en.) 



GEORGE MAYES*; 

DEALER 1^ OYSTKRS. ULAMS 
asdall bind! ol SHELL FISH, . 
Sulla Ncs.AO, -11. i,X, California 1 
Market, eotraDct; oo Ctvliforora street. — ' 

Public or private parties Lad families iQppl 
from fi A.M. to t. p. m. J^adies' and Gentleni I 
0»ft**r Rootp nripn frowi C • m to TV o v -**rt?l'l 



DR. w". A. PAYNE. 

THIS OEIKRRA'ED PHYSICIAN HAS }[ 
moved his office from tbe Rue^ Uoa>e to ' 
Elegant Suite ot Room", No. 4 > O Kearoy atr . 
Ha tells jour disease witnoota question. Do '■ 
fail to call. All chronic Diseases treated euoo • 
fatly. delDl 



L 1 

Bar Sugar 

fOn SALE-OIS KEAENV STSEET. ' 
* AfEROER'S. AUo, ever, kind of Can . 
Wholesale and Retail. 
no" H M. A. MESM1 



Indian Queen Rang. 

The Best in tbe Mark t 

MA5UFAOTCRED BY 

CALEB M. 6XCR.JL.FB, 
ooie tf 4SO an' 4«« JK.ara 




HEW YOBK PBHS 

HALL'S PIAlB 
ForsaleatNo • 
1 (tier street. Call ■ 
examine for yooraa a. 
■9-Th* only Call r- 
nia-mad* Piano on ■ 
d*i4 ■ 



lbt ".- : , 

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laiia-or.l.a* T*au«. ' 
I 

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■A* HHUCMCn- UTIHOAT. JASl \ni It. >rl Val. XVI. B 



lit. 



'• 81 HCf«0 81 ft" 

; ii its] Bats! I 

■ • 

9 Prlea 
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la*. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 



ireaiest Se»$ifioi if the Seasor 



H1W ALHASBRA THHATRB. 



nmanou 



I ll l POPI I \ If 



»TEJ 

"IB,,, 



The Yellow Hat! 




Ml t-:.- !* , . 



ARI 

I tkr Hi* If, 

I of Mill Ik 



BLlCKLVj-»i] 
jutUaimt ~ 



The Yellow Hat! 



wenty Thousand Persons. 



The Yellow Hat 

matloas, 
larniflrvnt Sfenerj, 

HatUlloa of Amaron«, 

llrllliant Armor. 
Wonderful ( >loro<i Light*, 

Utartllnc Mechanical Effects 
Superb Yarlply KntorUinment. 

Ew&hm Tricks and Novelties, 

...Til* ... 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

Tkm ••*)« '■»'■ tt« ft OMbtilU^i of AtiniUOJ 
ee*»r »>*«;i*4 la ui TbMtt*. 



EMERSON MINSTRELS 



C?oixxi>«.rilo«» Oonsolldatod 



BATTJRDAT AKD aUNDAY EVEKIKOI 

ANO sayvTTTrt x> /v- 



JANUA.RT It ui U 
iTINBB. 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



IATDROAV ul IDNOA i NOB 



IVTr. J. CsVIVXJ 

1 tit 



IONIOO. 



MorHmcr, Parka, l»i\„„ Tfconpaoa! 



f-.t-i i -it »i--- 1 ...I .ii tlameal n l« Nuioa. 









ntlDIMiuuTicr J1.011 . 

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RIKP • II AWn 



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Tim smat •nit r»rn.n 
I u. RUMtLL 



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■T *•» OtBan o*s« fr«a» * A.M. tolrtt, >A«r* Referred 
ftNUMt to Memd SIX DAT* IN ADVAKUK. 

•1/ POMT1VILT 5U FRKI LI>T. To.n will to no srotp- 
ifcM to »t 



O-oodloy e, TJnoio 



UCLI «i i > i null iar«<'i\ .iill»l 



Stove . 

HOB IIABT 





Purl f-.-.-..n.l oil. 


. 




HIBERNIAN 8118... 




T. FARRON 


yV« LIIvE WS TTTT" 


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800ND8FB01 GERMANY 






THAT 


RASCAL 


BILLY. 











To conclude with Add R)m.iTa rtketcb rathlcd _ J 



BZSX 



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■ B BrNJAMl"! niBB" 

MRS. mSJXH BIBBS 

LAWYER BRU» 



ADD RV MAS I MR BABNABV BIBB 1 * .... 

.Mist* JKNME SMKKMaN mmo BAKN.BY BIBBS. . 
M. A1NBL.AY 80OTT ! DATEOflVE SHATUtiDJI. , 



Sill RILKKY 

BjB HART 

...CIIAN Sl'l TOM 



MONDAY EVENING. Jinan? 20th-Flr.t AprHMr.nce of 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 



THIS THE1TRE DOES NOT ADVERTISE IN THE "CHRONICLE. - 



•■ ©ii I P<.r<.«.rlt*> a,? (] rU |g 

...SO lent. I Private l*«xc« f)S uad ■!« 



Itr ■■ Urele 

Orcbvilm 

*r All Bills against the Alhambre Thoitre mini oe presented hereafter on Monday, 
it/" Performance to commence punctually at eight o'clock. 





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I.ydl. l.l.l.|.l.a 

lil...> 



UNDER THE CASLICHTI 

' harlea ThemD'on 

H-*h Hoatatoa 

*T»nk Mortimer 
Mpill* LAForrMt 

I.OD IIIXOB 

. Mini lutltTC 

M'*« Lit Forr«n 
...Mill 1.1 v In Katun 

FORTY YEArTaOo] 

HathJRibioiOD J.Otmpvdoaloo 

NEGRO ACT. 
ft»>« mb nt»pp 

O**'**'" ...Prohwtra 



Old Swtubaafta.. 
Pnorh*!.. 
Bifc* .. 
»»■» Ooafllt«rt 



HaihlMnJ Pllns 



SOLO ON MAOIC FLUTE ANO KETUC DflUM, WlTH ONE 
•TICK, IT THE MUSICAL WONDER. 



To oooclad* with Hugh Uoblnioo'* Iri.n Bkotob, 

Before tlxo I>a-drja. ! 

M.rrt () N-tl. J Huth Boblnioo 

Nor»Morphf O.Thompiioo 

K,l *r LjdlA Llvioeatoa 

Uoro** Rfao, A'iHslQor tba daep'at dya r. Morlimaj' 

Oth-r cn&rtotnrri b. th* l)on>D«r>* 

mm MONDAY KVaNlNG-ApMaraDOiof, 

MIbb Agnes -Btoixnociy 



a Pipe » 

jiiTiin 



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Restaur* 
inn 

TUUtlOk 






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TNK MODEL UM>«IA» U«C*Km. 

Oatr. «f <--.«■*. rrlal 
A UedeadoraY aw. 

eaarvr alreet, op. 

■Mia\|t« the riavaa 

til A OOTRRLU 



PACIFIC HOUSE, 
OLYMPIC HOUSE,", 




. . rL.ML .. « .. i ._ «i. a . 1 ( I:. I 4_..Ktl! >— _.l. _.- ■._ . _i. .J .1. , v. . u _ .1 I • u._ 



OnrCelaDra'.adf! %• Wnilo SbtrU. 
»»-(, A I.I, AND BRB TUF.M. 



Tbajr fi t PEnr&jrxr, and (or quality and durability will a*var be mitobed. To b) had ooly at tba 

IXIl AVITI'U "1"»iCfi, flIO Kearny «tr.-.-t. 



FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE. 



t^ASHTONABLK HAITKR3. No 
POST MI'KKEr. paarK 



no. ii «« rm 

oy. A Oat 11 



aaiortaieneof Hats and Oapa t ,. ^_ 

band. *#* llaM autde to order and reooiamd to 
tneaeatbBt atvla. ooSSIn 



A PERFECT RUSH 

Day «,raca. isrigixt, 

ALT* a- Hi: OBEAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

OlO KI'.IIIVV HTBIT.T. 



A WOND ERFUL BUS INESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

In ■•!» offerlna crcater Iturgnlna thnn hore 

ever been oaTet*ed tn Hnn Fmaelaeo. 

With ear cev&eetlea In 

New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

Vrnan which w* are dally receiving Ouodi 
homht at th« Itwctt Cualt Prleea 

IX OURHBNOY. 

OUR JIJTTO ID TO 

X L and Undersell All 

JUST RECEIVED, 

1,000 pair* Caaelmere Paali, worth IO OO, to be 

■old at «:i CO. 
AMtoata White ahtrt>> worth 91 SO, t» be Mid 

ul ?i& oentv. 
M «aiei of Ueavy t7nderc:otbing-, dOe to 11 SO, 

Hats.. Hats. Hats. 

IV.m «5c. to •! SO. .old cltcwKcre from SA Co S. 

ALSO. AN IMMERSE 8T00K OE 

EOTIOXf, r.ARCV <10ill>.. IltSLKII OUT. 

I.EET, PIFAII, QLOYEI, TOUA.OIO. 

WATI'IIH, ItVUHKU (1UIIB9, 

UOKIEBY, 

Trunk*. But*, Valises, 

ANO IN EAOT. SVERYTHUfO, 

From a. Needle to an Anchor 

Oftll ud ex.miio oar ytlaer, .ad itUify yoatl.lm thai 



THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

13 THE OBKAT 

IX la Auction Store, 

• A* KEAUIV 8TBKCT, 

Ooe Door from Conntrd.1. 

FIDE QUILTED SILK HATS, WORTH IS, FOR $1 SO 

N-AHlIn *•!«• Kverr Mllkt •» t. 



TOXXINT R<3:01L.'iSI, 




NONE BUT THE BEST QUALITY OF UK.tl S 
OAN BE HAD AT 

Stallt-i t>, O, Oaliioroia. Market 

PIONEER IHOI MANtFAtTOEY. 




tr-Thr>moat KLHOANT orSTOM WOTIK IN TDK OITV - 
rail end aiamina soodn and pricea. BKBRS *;.MAYN*BD 
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THE JOUENAL OF AMUSEMINTS. 



Published every Day in the Year by 
ax 

5BS Merchant »ud COS "W»*hln*«ott eta- 

Below Montgomery. Ban Francisco. 



8ATDBDAY JANUABf 11 



1873 



AMUSEftENT8e £tc 

Caufobma Trea the.— "Aladdin" u Ike 

greatest ouccesa of ail the epe<t\cnlar pi aye pro- 
duosdet tola theatre. The attractions of Misses 
Emily aad Betty Ki«l aod the well trained corps de 
balls', do coach towards accounting (or the 
crowded houses which biro been the rale eioee 
thlspie:e was produced. "Aladdin" will be played 
At tbe matiaee to-day aad. this evening. Altera 
fewnignie more this great popular socceai must 
bo witbdriwa, 

Alhajiijiu. Theatbe.— This konaa was 

picked to suffocation last night, when Biker and 
Farron took their bsoefiL Among the volunteers 
who appeared for the occasion was "The Little 
Jewel, "a child, who did taong and daaoe la ex- 
cellent style. Ti-e bill for the mttinoe te-day, 
this eionioK aod to-monow night, appears on oar 
first page. It comprises Billy Eraenoo in some of 
hie best ecu, Baker and Fsrioa, Bab Hsrt aod 
Other popalar favoritee Thetff-et of the alack 5 
made by certain sorab newspapers is rather ban. 
Octal than otherwise if we may judge from the 
fact that hundreds were unable to obtain admis- 
sion. 

Metbopslitan Theatbe.— There was ( 

cspitil i udience last night, when the benefit !0 
the Olympic 01 ub took place. The pan torn 
of ■•Haoapty Damply 'a Dream," inwbich members 
of [this club appear, will be *I:hdrawo after to- 
ulgbt. "Yellow Hal" will be played at t:e mat- 
inee to-day. this evening omi to-morrow evening. 
On Monday, the Baistsy Family will commence an 
•ogstrement, and will eppesr is the olio in come of 
their best performances. 
Bella Union Theatbe. — A Dew bill 

will be presentnd at this house to-night. After 
a brignt first part and an olio in which Miss Lltlie 
Hall will appear in ber bouquet of song-, and with 
Hise Jennie | Worrell ioeoogaod dance; Charles 
Vernerio oomiccooge: Cogilland Cooper in song 
and dance, and others in T-irious specialties, Miaa 
Jennie Worrell will appear in her gr oat imperson- 
ation of Nan in "Nan, The Good for Nothing," in 
whioh Bhe will ictrodocea clog dance. The per- 
formance will onolude with anew oomic ball it by 
21. Schmidt, entitled "The Village Coquette." 

AtheneubI.— Five miDutes with Mortimer; 
"Uader the Gaslight ;"'*Before the Dawn," and 
other attractions make op a very lively entertain- 
ment a> this hou-e. The management ainjonce 
the reeogagement of the talented vocalist and 
actress, Miss Agnes Keonedy, who will make her 
reappearance on Monday, 

Fob Los Angeles and Mexico,— George 

Ejland. Mme. Louiee (Mrs. Ryland.) theHoreste 
Brothers, gymnasts; Professor Samwells and bis 
trained dogs and monkeys; La Roy, the oircus 
performer, at d Mrs. Samwells and children, sailed 
for Los Angeles on ThutBday. From there they 
will proceed to Mexico and the Central American 
States, This compaiy will travel under tho title 
of ' Prof. 8amwells A Go's Grsat Combination 
Oircus aod Animal Show." A rather extensive 
title, but it is nothing when compared to their 
show bills, beaded, "From London to the Pacific 
Co i st." They are band comely get ton op by Fr&u- 
ci3 A Valentine, are profusely illustrated, and are 
most wonderful specimens of ehowgrandilcqaenoe- 
Mexloo will be poorer ihan ever after this party 
pas33S through it, il there is any virtue in ebow 
«Ua. 

W00DWABD*S GARDENS— ISJOTENSE RtJSH— 
These beautiful ga dens look delightfully freflh 
and bloon-iiog after showers. Great attractions 
are anoonaoed for next Saturday aod Sunday: 
M'lle Secyeab, the magnificent; John Conklio and 
M'lle Stacy, and The Grsat Buislay Family in their 
varied performances. There will be a balloon as- 
cension on Sunday. 

The Horticultubal Hall,— Skating— 
Skating assemblies] Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
ning, Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thurs- 
day afternoon and evening, and Saturday afternoon 
a-d evening, 

Mt33 Augusta L. Baboon.— Th's lady, 

who has been lately plajiog in the Southern 
States, arrived here last niaht under engagement, 
to the Metropolitan Theatre and will shortly make 
her appearance. 

Anatomical Mcsedm.— One or the most 

■ompiete collections of the kind in the United 
fttatea, oomprising hundreds of costly and bean- 
Altai wri models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at. rue Museum -on Montgomery Btreet. An 
aocr may be profltablf soent Here. 



Holiday A*u.ncJtt«e. 

There are no Funches for the Holiday tatleg 
ihst compare with Squsrea's. £quiiz»'e Punches 
axe famom for the high att shown In their man- 
ufacture, the happy ccmbiniiion of whole some 
tonlcB, and their delicious flavor. Bona, the 
disciple of the great Squat zs, has prepared 
forty different kind of punches and cordials fjr 
the Holiday Ubies. For sale at toe ntw branch, 
317 Kearnv street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
1'iO Leidesdorff street. H 

I>x*. Barlow a. hniith 

Is giving a conrte of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
tnen on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dls- 
eases at hie Hygeian Hell, 637 California street, 
«very Friday evenltg, commencing at 7Ho'clook, 
A part of ihe evening is devoted to extmJulng 
*nd prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gfvea 
phrenological examination in regard to health 
to Invalids dally, from 9 to 4 p m , tree. i 

Gentlemen, Attention: 

For the mos*. comfortable and luxuiious shave 
be sure and call at O. L. Bueand's P.lao* Sharing 
and Hairdresslng S»:oon, 224 Montgomery Bt., 
opposite Buss House, up-stalri. Only the most 
skillful utlBts employed. B 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC HEWS. 

Mabtsttlle.— Charles Vivian with bis compact 
little company, comprising M'lle Ma-ie Gaor.aio. 
Miss Fanny Garr-etaon, Mias Mare Z >ei and D. b'. 
Nesflo.d the baritone, performed at the theatre on 
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. 

Gajvss Valley.— Tse Grata Vsll ey Mlostrete re- 
organized, gave an entertainment at Hamilton 
Hall last Saturday, Tbe Union gushte over tbem 
in a manner which surprises us, the Union being 
a sensible paper in most things. It says: 

Tbe Moore Brothers would appear wi»b gnat 
credit oa any eia*e in tbe cocntrj. Mr. Z ok, oo 
the guitar, has no ooperior In theooontiy. 

Tbe Union has never heird Ferrar play. 

Oaki-asd.— Tbe Bernard Minetrela (amiteurv.) 
performed at tbe Academy of Music on Wednes- 
day. 

PIOCHS.— Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bates baveobtaincd 
an ecgigemen t to play at the Theatre here. 

GOLP Hill.— "Tbe Metropolian Minstrels from 
San FranaiSco," are Announced to appear at Mi- 
ner's Union Hall to-night, Who they aie we don't 
know. 

Salt LiKH,— John T. Rayrrocd clcsed biB en- 
gagBoaeat oo Sstarday, tbe 4th inct., having drawn 
good houses in spits of bad weather. On toe 6th 
Johnny Allen, Miss Alice Harrison and Little 
Mac commenced an engagement, npueiricE in 
'Schneider." Tbe Salt Lake people have been in 
look of late as rega-ds amusement. John R. Claw- 
son, whose death we reoently announced, was a 
brother of H. B. Clawson, the manager of tbe the- 
atre. 

POETLAND.— The bill for New Tear's night was 
"Jenny Liad," "Who Killed Cock Robin!' and 
"The Debutant?," with M ss Kite Denin in lead- 
ing roles. It drew large houses at ma'inee and 
eventog performance. It was repeated on the 3d 
iost. On the 7th Miss Denin appeared as Fazio io 
'■ The Italian Wife." The Oregoi^an of that dats 
ontaices very kindly nolioe of Rjbert Fatford, 
who, with his wife, started on the steamer which 
left that day for Sia Francisoo. We make the 
,'ollowicg extract: 

Mr. Fulford has been connected with tbe Wat> 
dron troupe for the laat year. During bis brief 
prof eaiooal sojaurn here be Das won manj warm 
friends and admire e, both in behalf of his social 
Qualities and talems a- an actor. Mr, Pnlford. br 
cis perseverance, oaref j1 etr.dy and endeavors io 
please, has became ooe r»f the perru«u«Lt tavor- 
iUe with this p Olio. Of Mrs f ol'ord ibeeame 
remark 13 in every respect appllcabls She oom- 
bim-s the raro characierittics of aooiahijty with 
thoae g.ialifloations necessary to render her impt-r- 
sonitti jd i pieaeing, euooeesful and acceptable wtih 
thepablio. 



Holiday Candles. 

Fresh, sweet and delicious Candies, of every 
variety, at M A. Merc r's piDneer confection- 
ery, 578 Kearny street. Wholesale ana retail, a 

■• 

A. Plenaant Location. 

ferso: eslrlng oornlortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the nne suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a very fine one and le well 
lighted and ventilated, i 



EASTERN DRAMATIC .HEWS. 

In New York, Kiblo's Garden has ngsin had a 
tremendous ran with "Leo and Lotas,', a-,d neiry 
one hundred thousand person a have already wit- 
6BS*d it within the abort pariod of ti s prodoc 
tioo. The theatre was densely packed on Christ- 
ina* day and nisht by a dilighttd tbtong of Lotus 
lovers. The spectacle is now folly on tbe tac'%of 
a long continued success..,.. .At Bocth'e Theatre' 
Bdwin Booth made bis first appearance thie sea- 
eon on the 3lth nit . in Rioha'd III, Fraccie Bangs 

played Richmond Wallack's Theme having 

produced "Sam," with E. A. Sot horn as thebero. 
on the 21et, has contloued it to large bOBiness' 
The piece has been olten played through the 

country by Char. f ran and lesser ligbte At the 

Grand Opera Honse, "Round t^e Cloch" has con- 
tinued tbe feature, with addlticn of a* new panto- 
mime scene stjlod "Five Minutes with Hompty 
Dnmpty," and sundry variety perform a cces 
The Cataract of the Ganges" is underlined for 

speedy ! production At the TJnlon Sqa're 

Theatre, a new drama eni ltd "A Son of the 
Soil," was produced on the 3.1. h nit. deferring for 
one week the production of Brougcan>'s"Atherley 

Oourt" The Sau Francisco Minstrels have 

added to their first part "Hamlet, the Dainty," 
and the "Happy Family." In t u e former, Pharley 
Backus, Billy Birob, Oharles Gibbons, and J. Kor- 
rie made the fu", acd the same parties, with ex- 
ceptions of Horrie, raised general bilrrity io tbe 

latter "The Babte m the Wood" aod "The 

Palaoe of Truth" htve been running at Wood.s 

Museum Bryant's Minstrels have run tbe 

same hill for two or three weeks, aod have rocently 
made no change. In addition to the first part, tbe 
Clodeohe Qaadrille, tbe 'Watermelon Man,'- 
Stanley aod Kalnls." tbe "Magi der Family,' 
"Carle do Visite," the "Sausige Merchants," Stan- 
wcod'sbinjoisms, Morrissey and Emer-oo's e>ngi 
aod dances have been given, and the "Round tbe 
Clock" burleeqae by the entire company, has 

wonod up tbe programme Tbe New York 

Meroary says: "The Canterbury Varieties gt.Va 
an entire new programme this week, in'rodncing 
Ida Wallace, a well practiced vocalist of the eerio 
comic order ; Joe Child?, comedian of earns orig- 
inality, and a professor of the baoj > and come- 
dy called "Jimmy Qainn," besides tbe largB stock 

company At the Olympic 1 heat re, the Aimee 

Opera Troupe produced "Lea Brigands" af'er 

Lea Cent Vierges" "Humply Damply in tbe 

lowen" has made a bit at Tony Pastor's At 

the Atbeaeum, Bob Butler bas a company 
oimprising Messrs. Schoolcraft, Campbell Coes, 
Prescott, Lang, acd others. 

Bamam's Maseam ia Fourteenth street was 
originally built during tbe war by Mr. James K* 
Cooke, the English equestrian ruaneger, by whom 
it wa» named the "New York Hippo'fceitrou.' 
I' did not prove a success, and tbe building was 
converted into an exhibition ball for bi hard 
matches. After rome time it fell in'o the bands 
of the well-known manager, Mr, L, B. Lent, who 
named it the "New York Circup," and for a num- 
ber of yeare gave regnlar equestrian performances 
du inz the Winter moo ha. At the close of last 
season it was purchased by Mr. P. T. Barnam, who 
had the bnttdin? entirely altered and rt Q tted at an 
expense of $70,090. The collection cf animals de- 
*tro?ed waa one of tbe fiaest in tbe w„rld. acd 
mnch sympathy is fill for Mr. baronm, ti. is b-inr 
the third occasion on which he bas bid his entire 
estab'iabment destroyed by fire. His "American 
Museum," wbioh stood on the present ette of the 
Herald building, was burnt ditto on July 12 h- 
166$, a-«\ having established another colleo ioo at 
the old "Chinese Museum," Nos. 537, f-9 aod 541 
Broidway, it, too, was barned down, on Ma-oh 3d- 
1S68. The loss by tbe present fire ie estimated at 
from $150. 100 to $300,000. only $8\W>0 of which Is 
covered by insurance. 

The Philadelphia City Item ioeis'Sbpoo giting 
Beuoioault the title of Viscount. In r*ply to a 
correspondent asking for ioformation ontheanh- 
jeot, il says that "We simply published aprimed 
extract from tbe London Times of 1817, lurnisbed 
by a correspondent from his sorap bcok, aod 
headed 'Bouoieault in Bankruptcy.' Ia this bf ti- 
the eiatemeatis mad- by Mr. Boucicault him- 
sell that be bas a right to claim the title of Vis- 
count ds Bsuoicanlt. We wonder be doesn't 
adopt tbe title, slnos he bas ooe. Viscount de 
Boucicault would look well on tbe bills, vs e thick 
it noibicg more than right that he should have 
his title." 

A correspondent of tbe Chicago Tribune aays 
that the best performer by all odds >n John 
Brojgbam'a new play of "The Lily of France," 
now acting at Booth's Theatre, ia tbe Spitsbergen 
dog; and yet such is the profeesiosal jealousy of 
tbe other artists that the little animal rece.ves no 
word of praise. 

Mr. Daly has fioally declined tbe overtures of 
Offenbach, Sohce.der, Thores?e, and a full new 



Sewin* Machiaei for Sale or to Rent, 0P er »« m P*nr,at the Grand Opera House next 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also. Agency tor - D "' Jfeh • " i" !,™ 1 ' '"* "IT* $i '" 

-Vtlla-B Arti na » ki -P- « a*°n\,j um i a ^ w hioh was considered too much fcr tfte*e 



Mr Philip Lee. the courteous and amiable bus- 
band of Id ia Neilson, is ssmewhst addicted to 
cr-dulity, and has for sine time been the recipi- 
ent of extraordinary revelations regarding this 
blarjtrd Ooootry from tbe Inveterate joker, £Oth- 
ero. Tbeee were all laitbfnlly believed, aod 
Sotbero on tbe 15th practized on him the climac- 
teric j >ke. Lee bad expressed btmsalf as pleased 
witn Ibetooiety be met here, but Sotbera offered 
tosbow him another phase of Amsiioau life, and 
invited bun to a priva e dinner at the Grameroy 
Park Hotel, where were also aeaemblrd Dan and 
Neil Bryant, Nelee Sermour, Bi.ly Birob, and a 
lew other mios-rels; Chris. Oonnor, the well- 
kuowo biiliard saloon proprietor; Jjhnoy Wild 
and W. J. Florence. Lee was eeated on the right 
ol Solbern, and at the dining commenced eer- 
eral of tbe parties drew bowie knives and pis- 
tols, and laid tbem be.ide their plates. Quarrels 
were finally Improvised from ludicrously trivial 
causes, aod the contestants were eo?a engaged in 
flourishing bowie knives aod pioii- g of pistole. 
Lee endeavered to escape, but foutd tbe door 
locked. He eooo, however, realiz.-d that the af- 
fair was a quiz, and took tbe flrit opportunity cf 
leaving It wa> afterward thought if publicity 
was called to tbe affa r it would call attention to 
Sot hern and bis coadjutors and serve as a good 
advertisement. Botbern and Florence caused a 
rrport to be screed that they intended to fi-ht a 
duel on tbe 20th. and induced Jodge Dowling to 
isEue a summons for them to appear on that morn- 
ing. They obeyed : the affair, as a consequence, 
was published in the papars, and tbe end of the 
notoriety-seekers wsb attained. Lee ia a very gen- 
tlemanly man, who, In tbe>imp)ioity of his heart, 
BomstimBs arrays himielf from head to foot in an 
ultra John Bull rig of striped white and black- 
He looks fresh from Sing-Slog. 

Mr Lawrence Barrett bas bsen warmly oom- 
mended by tbe pr? ss of Ohioago for his acting of 
Hamlet, lago and Cassias. He attracted very large 
audiences to Aiken's - Theatre in that city, ard 
according to tbe Chicago Times, was received 
with the utmost enthusiasm. He goes tbeooe to 
the New Orleans Theatre, of whioh he is the 
le-eee and manager. 

A Boston paper announces that Ned Buntline 
bos organized a dramatic corps, with buffalo Bill 
asstar, to do the proteaa busicess, ablv supported 
by wild Western bun ers and gory Indian obiefe, 
"Blood, Brains and Hair; or, the Out-throat of 
Brimstone Gulch." is now in prspsratieo; also, 
the roariag faros, "Bnckacs of Gargling Gore" 

John JE. Owens' company commenced at Madi- 
bod, Wie , December 3D:b; Freeport, 111 , 31st; 
Davenport, Iowa. Jan. 1st and 2nd; Cedar f B?pide, 
3d; Dea Moines. 4th; Omaha, Neb., C- h and Ttb ; 
St. Joe, Mo . 3th and 3. h ; Leavenworth, 10th and 
Uth. 

Mr. Robert McWade, tbe talented yooogsotor, 
bas made a decided hit in Canada, by bis delinea- 
tions of Kip Van Winkle, in the drama of that 
name, and this indicates that his European tour 
will bs similarly successful. 

The opera season io Philadelphia bas been 
brought to an abrupt termination, throagh tbe 
serious illness of both prima donnas— Kellogg 
and Lucca. 

Frank Mayo, with New Orleans Academy of 
Music stook company, are billed in Indianapolis 
for Deo. 3) t h, one week; Toledo, Ohio, January 
8 Lb aod 9;h. 

The Bcston Saturday Evening Gazette moans 
over tbe degradaticn of the Bos'on Theatre as 
follows: 

The stage of the Boston Theatre continued to 
echo to tue tread of horses doriog ihe week. 
UaniDa co nedinns varied tbe entertainment with 
their in telle tual antioj. "Altzrppa" anJ "The 
Ua araut of the Ganges" were thepieceB presented. 
Toe manot r of 'tie p«rforman>.6 calla for nospe- 
oi al comment Wo shall b* plraiea when we bave 
an oppoitnnity to cbronicle a lapBe to a higher 
crder of affairs here. We presume the man&gera 
hovo foond their profit in giving horaep, dogs and 
t'i'.D '■). i~ a pUo» ao their stage, bat Wd think bet- 
ter work can be done here that will prove equally 
remuovraii**. We are aware that iheatrts &ra 
not run entirely in the interests ef Art. thou .h we 
frankly admit we are of the opinion that manacers 
w jiiLi eo run tbem if the public would encourage 
sucu a course; ai tbe saie time, it creaiea an un- 
pleassn' feelicg to see the stige cf -o noble a tem- 
ple r>f tbe dra'na as the Boston Theatre trane- 
V- s -d to a variety ealertainment, 

Mr. Ednio Booth kas now no partner io themeh- 
agement of the theatre whioh bears his name. 
For some time Mr. Robinson waa bia partner, hav- 
ing contributed a la-ge portion of the money to 
build tbe theatre. He was gradually paid off, and 
la- 1 Summer the final payment was made. Tbe 
theatre, therefore, at present belongs to Mr 
Booth and wife (M.ea Mary MoVicker). They 
live in tbe theatre building on Sixth-avenue. 
They occupy tbe third floor, and Mr, Bestb has 
furt ubfd and decorated it in most beautiful style. 

Jean Barnsiae is underlined at tbe Providence 
Opara-House ; aUo Oarlotta Le Clercq. 

Lydia Thompson Troupe, Memphis. Jan. 6tb. 

Whs Neilson. Walnnt, Philadelphia, January 
13th, two weeks. 

The puronase of the Park Theatre property, in 
Brooklyo.by Fe'ii Oampball, for$115,0EI0ts settled. 
Papers have passed. Four yeaie ago Judge Mo Cue 
offered Bent $2jO,000, but the latter thought he 
could do batter. 

It is stated that Mrs. Bouoioault will appear at 
the Boston Museum early in the Summer, and 
parform a eeries ef those characters in which ehe 
was so successful thtre some yeara ago. Mr. Bou- 
cicault will not appear. 

The Globe Theatre, Boston, announces the laat 
week of tbe engagement of Miss Oarlotta Le 
Oiercq, and the last representations of the new 
oomedyof "Pi gmalion and Galatea." 

Stanley's Liviegstone hunt la being dramatized. 

Tbe Baltimore Bulletin si; s ; 

Mr. J. M. Bowers, who 13 said to be the best 
reader 10 Eogland, ie comiog to this country, 

Weenppoee the Bulletin refers to Mr. Bellew 
and not to Joe Bowers. Mr. Bsllew was formerly 
a ol- r/jmao and used to quote Sbakspeare in the 
pulpit to the great delight of his congregation. 
In time he learned to like Sbakapeare better even 
than tbe Bible, and thinking his talent for reading 
1 j si in the church commenced giving Sbaksperian 
readings, 

A Are aroie in the Bowery boi-offioebntthe 25tb, 
but was extinguished before the audienee became 
alarmed. 

1 heodore Hamilton has leased Pike's Opera 
House for next year's Exposition month at Cincin- 
nati. According to report, he is to pay f 8, Oo for 
the period. 

Mr. Soihem ia said to be negotiating for the 
purchase of tbe Liverpool Post, for which its 
present proprietors ask $8J,'.00. 

Toole, the English 00 mediae, ]■ oncemoremed- 
ititiogavisit to this country. Well, it's not too 
late yet. 

Mr. aad Mrs. Biuotcsult opened a two west's en- 
gagement io Baltimore on January 5.h. 

Leo Hod eon and horse are at the National The- 
atre, Cincinnati. 

Caroline Bicbings-Bernard Opera Concert 
Trocpe Bridgeport, Coon.. 31st. 

Waretxekaod Jarraifa Opera Company. Grand 
Op^re House, Baltimore, 30th, for aahoit season. 
WasDiogton, January jOth 

O'e Ball and company, Baton Bongs, 30th, 

Theodore Thomas'. Orchestra, Newark, N. J„ 
SOlh ult, .^^__^^_^_^^_ 



-Villa's Adjustable Treadle. 



1 wanmidijsof opera bouffe. 



Everybody Suited. 

There is no end to the multituce or faahions 
ia bats. At " The" Bat Etwe, 647 Washiogton 
street (second hat etcre below Kearny), all these 
nr» ttsles can be found. The stock is immense 
—the prices ira reasoi able. Every one who 
goes there is-ecra to be eultdd, a 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC MEWS. 

London dates are up to December 10th. Busi- 
ness at tbe theatres was nearly the eatre as at the 
last advioeB. If o new playe had been produced. 
No icing novel was offered at the music balls. 
"Pygmatim and Galatea,'' after a run of two hun- 
dred and twenty rights, wae shelved on the 4th. 
and the "Sobcol fcr tioaadal" followed it. J K, 
ICmmett. who opened in "Frits" at tbe Adelphi on 
the 2d. had drawn well. Charles Mathews was to 
cIobb od tbe 14th a', tbe Gaiety, and be succeeded 

by J. L. Toole in "Good News" and"AliBaba." 

A flbarmiog little drama entitled "Tears, Idle 
Tear?," waa produced with marked success on the 
i b at tbe Globe. It is an adaptation by Clement 
Sott of the powerful one- act drama of "Maroel." 

brought oat at tbe Francaie last May At tbe 

Vaudeville, a ntw comedietta by Ernest Cuhbert, 
called "Lore'a Legaof," was to be brought out on 
tte 7tb....The Holboro Cirque aad Amphitheatre 
opined on the 2i under O. Weldon and M'ile Az - 
lia, the trapezist. The pages who form an avenue 
for tbe entrance of performers were women Instead 

of men, as formerly Tbe Royalty was to optn 

on the ll.h with French plays. Aimee Desclero 
and Lafont.were among the engagements. This 
theatre, lately leased by W. H. Swanborough, waa 
olosed Nov. 23d by Mies Hodeon, the proprietor, 
owing to the advance monthly rent not having 
been paid. The*wardroba was told for £7 19a., and 
a piano for £14 14s. Tbe entire sale brought but 
£38 .03., and the sacrifice was very greal. Mr 
Vokes, the cottnmerand father of the Yokes fam- 
ily, claimed a portion of the dresses as having bern 
loaned by him but a day before the closure. His 
claims were unheeded, and he was to sue for dsm- 

agei The Olyrrpic was to reopen on the 16th 

under Ada Cavendie n , with "Without Love," a 
new drama by Edmund Yates and Mr. Dubourg; 
au oiiginal oomedietta, entitled "The William 
Simpson," and s new farce, "A Triumph of Arms,' 
was also comprised in the programme. For the 
Christmas piece, "How I Found Oruioe," ie prom- 
ised the introduction of an actress and vocalist of 
celebrity from Paris. 

Tbe Milan Rlvuta Te&trale announces the ap- 
paaricce of tbe "young Amerioan Malibran" as 
follows: "This little jewel of an artiste, Miss 
VielettaOolville, is engaged here for the Carnival 
at the Oarcaoo." 

Prof. J. W. Glover, of Dublin, recently published 
a cantata entit ed " at. Patrick at Tara." 

M'lle Tostee is now in Brussels playing high 00m- 
edy. She intends to float over here again and re- 
same ber celebrated role of the Grand Daohesa. 

Mrs. John Wood is about to return te the St. 
Jamea Theatre, London. 

Madame Parepa-RoBa is said to be forming an 
English opera troupe for the Units! Slates next 
season. It will inolnde Santley. 

Miss Glynn (Mrs. h. 8. DalJas) has given read- 
ings from "Maobeth" and "Hamlet" at the Satur- 
day and Monday evening concerts at Liverpool. 

The tomb ef John Phillip Keuble, in the old 
cemetery on tbe Berne road, Lausanne, is reported 
to be in a most disgraceful state, tbe inscription 
being almost illegible from dirt. It has Deen cal- 
culated that £300 would suffice for all theimprove. 
ments proposed, both in connection with the tomb 
and Lauianoe Oathedral. 

Ihe oafes concerts in Paris are now in hot wate 
with tbe police authorities, and a new and strin- 
gent code of rules bas been forced upon them. 
Certain costnmes have always been forbidden 
upon tha music halls platforms, such as priestly 
dresses or burlesque policemen in any shape or 
form, and now the artistes have been prohibited 
from appearing as soldiers. This is a real blow for 
some of the gingers, who, as line'e-mea with red 
hair and noaes to match, were always sure of a 
laugh. It is very curious to watch them now, as 
they assume while trousers and old-fashioned 
swallow-tailed coats with large brass buttons, the 
imagination of the spectators beiog left to supply 
the miesing warlike attributes. El. 

J. H. Aogbe?. a well-known actor, died reoently 
in Locdon, aged 62. He was born at Devenport, 
and, as a child, appeared with Edmund Kean. 

W G. Wills, author of "Oharles the First," "The 
Man 0' Airlie," etc, ia said to he an Irishman, and 
13 a novelist and portrait painter as well as a dra- 
matist. His age is 44. 

Tbe Paris Figaro calculates that the single play 
of "Babagaa" produced M. Viotorien Sardcu, from 
all sour.es, a capital sufficient to return an income 
of $1,200 a year. 

Mr, Orcsffick was performing in Shakspeariao 
tragedy at the Princess Theatre, London. 

Mr. and Mrs, Bandmano had olosed ooe of the 
mo.-t successful engagements ever played at the 
Theatre Royal. Nottingham. 



Btats for Holidays. 

" The" Hat Store, 647 Washington street (sec- 
ond hat Etore below Ef arpy) , is the place to go 
to boy your holiday bats. Finest hat?, largest 
assortment and cheapest bat store in the city. 
Remember, No. 647, second hat ttow below 
Kearny, on Washington street. e 



Fhotoaraphic Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at tbe People* Art 
Qullery, 34 Third Btreet between Stevenson and 
Mission .street. s 

Wbitener. 

Jamkb O SPT.T.KBS, 31 Second street. bi 



FIGARO 



CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
every Theatre in San Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 
out the centre of the city, in all Hotels, Ree- 
taucants, Saloons, Stereaand Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland terry Boats to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by thegreat, Overland Train. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savings and Loan Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE DE- 
clared a dividend of nine <9.i per cent, per 
annum on Term Deposit?, and seven and one half 
t7>i) par cent. -per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
free of federal Tax, for the ail months ending 
R g ^^ b 'F u - '67ii>6r»ble on and after January 
15.1872. By order. 

GEORGE LETTE, Secretary. 
San Francisco, December 31, 1872. jaS 2w 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

OSS) Sacramento street, 
CThe First House below Kearny Btreet,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
Hflp of all kioda.— General Bu^icsES Aganoy; 
Collect Rents, Nctes and Accounts; White and 
Chinese Laborers supplied for Families, Hotels, 
rarms, Factories, etc. 

CHA8, F. BECHtEEK Az CO., 
deSS Im 63» Sacramento street. 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bootaaellera and Stationer*. 

H. H. Moore. 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Bnalnen Colleges. 
Heald'e, Bryant <fc Stratton'a College, 24 Post St- 

Hatcher*. 
Kate, Fred. Stall* 94 to 100. California Market. 

JBraae Foanderlea. 
Weed A Kingwell, California, 125 First Bt. 

French Fancy Ooedt. 
Loean A Oo., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter, 

Hainan Hair. 
Bampeou, A, B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Mnalc and Maalcal Instrument*. 
Keene, O. O., mftr. aooordiane, repairer of all kinds 
musical instrument s, 203 Kearny. 
MaeearonI Hannraclarere, 
Brignardello. Macchiavello A Co., 706 Sanseme. 

'Wines and JLiqnor*. ( Wholesale.) 
Daneri F. A Co.. 504 Front. 

tVbiivner. 
James O. Sellers, No. SI Second street 



LARGEST 

PosierPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Business at the corner of Sacramento and 
Leidesdorff streets, and 

Removed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, in future, coijduot the came line of busin 
at the new location, in connection with the office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he. h as united his stock and business, 
thns making this 

THE LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFICE 
M THE STATE, 

And affording unsurpassed facilities for Printin* 
of every description. Personal attention will be 1 
Kivea to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
■ WORK, ETC. 

My Engravers stand at the bead of the profes- 
sion, as samples on the dead- walls of the city will 
testify. 

A call is solioited from my friends and the pub- 
lic at my new Quarters. 

H, P. TATLOB, 

del lm £33 Clay atreet. 




ARIONI 

Pianoforte. 



DECLARED FT THE JUDGES AT A LATE : 
Fair of tbe American Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial fiainst St)ioway'e, ChlcborioK'H, and 
others, to he la*. bcST ON EXHIBITION. B. 
CTBTAZ, Sole Agent. »© O'FarreU BtreeL 
N B.— Pianos of all atylee TO RENT. mart 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

ANY AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAVB1 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS oa OUT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tho 
amount refunded at the office of the undersigned 
upou the presentation of au order from the 
Mayor and City and County Attorney. 
del8 If A. ATSTDT. 




OLDI 

DAVE MENDES & CO.. at tha 

„ ..._ __. , old original RedLion, 19 Geary , 

street, between Kearny and Dupont, where you 1 
can have HOT AND COLD DRlfcKS. not forget- 
ting the old Pioneer Lunch. The "Old Sport" is 
always on baod. « 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BEEN 
over twelve yeare connected with the press of 
Melbourne, and is well known by the members of 
the profession in the Colonies, bejs to intimate 
that be is prepared to give experienced advice t* 
all persons professionally viBi ting or meditating* 
visit to the Australian Colonies. Fee moderate. 
Punctuality in dispatching replies may be relied 
anon, 

WTLLlAi* HENRY WATERS 
12ViotorIa Chambers, V* Oollins street. Mel- 
bourne. Australia. fefitf 






HLHrSIBRA lodging house. 

~i +&_ FINELY FUr WISHED ROOMS, BUI-'! 
Sv^fjl gle or iu euits, 

"Well sMirhied and Ventilated. 

H^'Alt Dnf arcij>D.ed Rooms to 1st. Lodging with 
si vrilbcat hoard. ALHAMBRA BDlLDnTO '! 
alp V»»h »tr«rt, ooW»f\t 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDb OH THE FINEST 6CANDY 
made at our Steam Candy Factory d-iily. All 
orders, especially from the eountry, ars eolicitdd' 
ard will be promptly attended to. 

CANTY A WAGNER, 
lOT Montcomerv rt.- ner-rHntt*r 



— _ — -■■ 

CENTRAL 

NO. 118 GEARY STREET. 
Best accommodations for 

Families io the city. Private 

tDtranoe forLadie*. Hair Cutting, Shaving nnu 
Snampooiog. Children's Hair neatly cut. Ladies 
ShamDooing 50 cents, 
i .17 lm L. OORRIVEAU. Proprieiar. 



ATH1 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy 

Cor. Fourth nnd Jessie sta. 

no27 Im 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

JONT OAKKb FBOPBIKTOB 

Plrst-Class Hotel, 

1,12 6m 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS' FUR- 
niaDing GoodB to be b*d good and cheap a 
tbe "uLDOORKKB," J. LEVY'a, Sl« Montgom. 
ery atreet. .luatice given to all. Don't forge', thi 
number, SIO Montgomery etreoL de9U lm 





•A« rEAMBMt SATVRDAY. JAXVART II 



lit. 



FUMtSMEO ROOMS 
W sod »10 p« MoDlb 

WEST ENd'hOTEI, 



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Humpty Dumpty's Dream? 






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ALAODIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 






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>*P Tai rtMOBS 
hi* Tl.r-oo 



Tnlnntorl Clilldron. 



THIS AFTERHOON ARD EVER1HU JANUARY 11 

at irt»i nam emu rritniia botioi. 
Tan aouwi «ii irmmt.n IIWIIW ■ ia ■ irn. UIIU M 



Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp! 



I ri.tirrlii: 

•■■•:..•■- MOOBE 

W. A. HI. 

J. will 

• WALTEJ H 

■ !». TBATEB 

A J. BCCILIT 

O.UUBI 

I M M .. It IV, - 

OSIo * j. rLTHlTOS 

ouiiniiii.nt jobi.wii.bo* 

r Tnt HR Rim LOUISA Ji us 

rBIBCaW, BADBOOXBADOFB HUM MIBK1B WALTON 

HISS SABJUE WTATr 

HIS) H A. ohaudihh 

BBUII BBS. 0. A 9AUNDEBI 

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Humpty Dumpty's Dream! 



Hf. W. 3 laarl'. 
Hr. L. P. Ward 



O L. I O. 

AnkaiHi >,- i mii, ii.nimi 

• ■All iituw or THI AIAZOM 



HnKnillront Scrnrry by Portrr! SlurtliiiR IlluMons! Uorgeous Costumes! 



LANDS. 



Lind ofFerst. or Hills of Dazzling Light! 



BaTTHPAT irrtKSt'OX. J.o 11 — 

Ornnil Yi'llow lint Matineo) 

WILL .111 RTLT AFPEAB- 

MI8S AUCUSTA L. DARCON 



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A.CT FZR8T 
-The m emblem* Sjin e 

* ilirn 1*1. tin Rfi-.f 
'cne .".. K.i Titl ipi" ennita In ih- pMltSFf 
lib • Hattr. »ri-nf 8. — Hl.talrd « V<lin 
.il*-.l (||T«, Mtfgl<r *"•».. u tt*lbt Itnil (he WuR. 

m... I t.l«<-*e D.tnco by Aladdin and Kaa- 
le An. 

AOT S SCO IN" ID. 

-Hxtap'in't «""ttr»ge, Hcpae 8. — Urand 
l> ihr K..y..t II > i ha Tei-rlfl) C.»m*t it 
-If unitphit Ci(<it(r. Br^io ft.— Chfwebe 
rRee ii> .».— friut of i.anlirnt Uritnd Pr • - 
liiniTnt, Grand It til.-t of Silver K,,ty.. 



by MMt-e HF.rTl nml rMTI.Y Klf.I, -nil fnrpt 
tit- Unlet. «»l tr.lt. •«• <a . rob -ili Afli U% »l. (b«run 
"■" hi* ihtrr Children. Ilrid.tl Chorus and Tul» 

Ifin. 

-A-CX 07 XX TRIO. 

■"np 1 . — f "hi or at* -tii-ff I. 'cenfl 2 — F* IrrUr of 
ALt-tdm'* P..lnce. ■»<■■•• >« il.-fiiirdi-n of iln- P.tlnen 
'rene 4. — Kiktrrtr's «'li i.uittT. Hcvao S.-llii- Fiylnc 
Pal «cp. "run* H. T.ii* Hrnthorr. *vn* 1,-lMionn 
In \ I xl.tl .*• I'i.I tr • Hre. c 8,- I be Unrdrn*. Nfrnr 
O.-The r-lt'ri *vl. rr Hie P.*i nee atood. K <-aflv.il In 
ii liref Hullin'tM-iii n. M.n* Churon unil Nnn* 
In AYorohille T. Hit. I.ritni! ll.Het d« lliln.ili, hy 
•at'lMa KM) I. and Uarpa <le It met. U'nnd Churn*. 
Ke-ti'n of the Pail <<-•-- II >V'l'\ lli-nonement . 



The Famous ConnHl.au, 

JOHN T. -FLJ^^r-MLoTSi: 

WILL SHORTLY BEGIN AN ENGAGEMENT AT THIS TIIBATRK. 



Ke*erred bent a— Oreat OircU toe* Orchwitrm.... 

KrtrrTfd be *ia— Y.x'ooj 

Dress Oirol* Admixioa 



rRlott or ArmrveioH. 

91 A» BSIr-ony 

T« OaUarr 

....■1 CO l'riT*t« Box*).. 



, SO 

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..90 nnd "lO OO 



4*anle •••« Jatsale Jokti., 

Dutch mxcmplinrnllom 

J II LAMKIN ..J < AkUlK AUM>. 

"WO BL CHtRUI Vlfttttii 

Jennie Worrell and LlTHeTHail 

IN DOUIILK I KttttU. 



THE OTHER FLLLOW. 
MHI'I- .-.rln. ■ M*nta 



I'.L .ad OOUPKB la 

M I'M <; <j 1 1\ t, ii o m E." 

Ml Mntlr. MMpbbbS b* K Kiasrcsr ) 



HUM. 4 IIMII 



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Bouquet of Songs Hiss Li Ilia Hal 

Danoe fl>r n Wo 470% 

Mtsa jMspkiM.. Jobajvy To»ra Tommy 8'f* 



Uodlay Orartar* 

Nan the Good-for-Nothing! 

■AN Miss .IKKNIK WORKhLL 

(in nhlsb staslt wtlhoot • rival, lotrodaolci hrrda|i i 

Tom D.H.hias. odb fath-r. K. (i M 4 ih 

lUrrr tJolUtr. ihto'Bir fatbar Ubarlaa V«ra*r 

Oban*r, ftflarprniBr Matt Kally 

Vnon« Mr. blmpion Obas f'o»lll 

Hot. , t , Kraj Cospar 

Orbrlar* Orobaatrb 



New Oomio Bsliab by M. Sobm.dl. lotltlid 

The Village Coquette 

LISRTTF. MMK. 1HKRESE 

L-Paro Thomas R. (1 Marsh 

fin is not. hnkmi for work . Ed. Merit Rami 

rRANOOllt. ■ farm»er»»nt MON.->. oUUMIDT 

Glsoeassa ...Misses Fillmore, .losephmn. Armstroor, Garrett* 
....dubino rar. HAL^rp... 

Chnmeler Dbbce Mane. Ibcreic, M. Hrhmldt 

Put Seal Mmt-. There** 

Ii.. 11 1.- t. Bcilowm 

By all Ihe LmdlM. M. S0UM1DT and MMK. TUKKKHH. 
Uoezpeottd Tib.MD Finale 



= " 140 Second Street. 140 



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SWAIN'S BAKERY, 

r,il>u.lio,l In 'OB. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

Kse.pt .1 Bo lis Fiona itrMt, .nd tt 
Ho. lai • Btookloa .U..U 

TAtK BBtT lllll.iri or 

w odLdlng Onlio 

AU.WAVS ON UAVD. 

rr»T variety or 

Cake tor the Holidays. 

I OB OBEAM. CHARLOTTa RU8HK. BI.AXO- 
MA.NOK. JELI.IKS. tts., msd. lo order .o<l 

— tttl.l K. R. m.lH * CO 



HAIR. 

THE UUEAPtST PI.ArjE IX SAN KHAKUISt.'O 
TO BUT 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Cood-s, Cheap and Fine 
Jewelry & Fancy Coods, 

IS AT TOE 

NEW YORK 8TORE. 

A. B, IAMPSOIVA CO., 

•*•». 1 lO MecoRd street. 
boHlw Setwaea HIiIdd amd MliiMa. 



Attention, Good Livers! 



BHROEB. FORMERLY 



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Ma . r. , .. 
proprl.loT .1 to. Hl.vrV >« 

of both to. MlD.n' R.. M ar.Dt „ 
Ooaunul "imi ud to. Minora' — 
"TSS b .Slr",X Ut ."' ,rt '» P»noor.6l» »im MR. 
A. DRA YK11K. wbo bu boon roonoelod with tb. 
OrB for j.jr*. I<VDTO*.m.nU h... b.ro mftd* lo 
tb. onloio. dtMa»u tb.i will rood.r tb. HI. 
sttn'mor. popular Ibu It b*. .v.r b«.o dorloc 
tb. » roorool it. oro.pwrltr. Oor Bill, of Far. 
•nbrao. .11 tb. d.lloto... of tb. hiho. Oor 
--(-■- 

HEKSKt A CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

S81 Rod ASS OomoMrelAj, U d 
TOO Market sire*.. 
Optn from S a.m. to 10 r.n . anil lm 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

k At4 •tKrAR.nlo art., cor. I^ldesdoraT. 
(Ex tffloi o f P.M . 6. b. Co.) 

(10MB AND i BEE UH. GIVE US A TBIAL; 
J «a will •nda*v, 1 r to eilt. VT* traat to share 
fObr order*. OpiA l ha eomlnjt wa«k. 
ttUol* 1« BIANTON k OO.. Prop r*. 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre, 

CHEYENNEJWYOMINC. 

THE U>DPR-IG\KU WOOf-D MOST RE- 
apectfotlj repreeent to yon and f>o poh'lc tea 
•TA'iy. that b*> la now prepared to fnrctah f*cil- 
itle* for eihibliione of e*er« kind Rod ohartctar, 
which tbould dcirva tb* pttronao rt ' the pob- 
Ho. H* bRi er*ot*d At Cbaronn, rVjomln*;, A 
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS HALL, enhmw: 
So*r*rr»rd SfA.f. Tr o 11*11 it well v.TitiUterl 
ADd HfXbtod, aoiI madaoomfor ah'e for all seasons 
or Ihe year. THE BEST OK MUSIO. l-oth Striog 
Rod Bra**, cad h« fumUhed At *ll times. 

BAiisfao'ory ar'ATarrm-nt • will 'ft mad* with 
TUKATRIO'AL OROlUER * OViPANIKS. eith- 
er for ReotiDjiof Hall or performances on a per- 
ooDtACO of the roceipt*. Obrrrapoodenrjn -olioited 

A. Mr. -i J. MCDANIRI . 

Lock Boa No l.Oheyeooe, Wyomiog. 

N. B — OarioattlM wAototl for tbe Oheyeane 
Musaam. Those wishing eo<ra sememe, state low- 
«»f tf-rne (nr thn Winter S'A«on, iiouinn photo- 

fraph to my addreae. Half Passage Money re- 
andad After Slllng oncageneot*. 

JAMHS MODANIEL, 
Proprietor Cheyenne Theatre and MuBenrn, 
oc.'i 3m Lock Box No, 1, Oheienoe, W. T. 



CHEYENNE_THEATRE. 

Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIRSTOLAbS PK0PLK.-MU8T H A VR 
good Wardrobe, Foar Ladies And two Gen- 
tleman to be good in gonsral bOBinet>a tir tbe oom> 
lug Winter Mifi'on, coramenolon the first week in 
Novemhnr, 167*. Addreo* stating lowest ternm, 
with Pboiogr*pb. Half Fare reloaded After till- 
ing oDgageme&t. 

JAMES MoDANIHL, 
Proprietor Cheynnne Iboitre and Maseam, 
0093 Look Box I. Cheyenne, W. T. 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms 1<3 aiAd ir....020 "\A r nsliiiijrton street. 




A BAD HABIT 

A GREAT MAlVr HKROHANTS 
hiAveg.it Into of clmrging more for 
their Oaads dnrlnsj the llnllditys thun 
■ l *>bw bther time. At the old alnnd. 
No. 8 fti-cond Atreet. von will m]w»t* 
Otul ut wnl for an prleea at largc-i msort- 
rnent of ejlilita, Furnlahlng Good* and 
Tollot Article* ut loweat rateo. That'* 
the place to net •etulhle Holiday Pre*- 
eaU. 

BKSTEIIIOT A Co., 
No. 8 Second street* 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA Cmr. NBTA1IA. 

THIS ELEGANT THBATRE HAS BEEN OS- 
d«oorbt«d. And oao b« rented by the night or 
bt lb* week. Star* And trAvellng oompAniM 
UDACbUr tlbbtod with on ApplioAbion by letter 
•JOHN PIPEK, 
Msnstsr And sola Proprietor, 
«« 2' *° J* H - MeCABJC. 
8»# WRtblngtOR atreet. Sao FranrUtvi.- 



MOHS. ALEXANDER WOLQWSKI, 

THE WKIJL-KUOWM PIAHI8T AND VO- 
Mill!, r.0B«D, New Ooor,., for Piioo and 
•inflorl br bl, .otir.lf Now and Hlmplifind by.t.ro 
-IbaaborloitioailiteDO.— reading amnio at .fa-bt. 
Aooomoolrn.o,,, bio„o« for Parlor or Oooo.rt.. 
SVorJSSl wotowati'. ra.id.ooe. «*« BUTTBli 



WANTED UI1IIJIIATK1.Y: 

First-Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Cymnastic Talent 

ALSO ... 

"X 1 w enty Flrf>t XilJie Ballot TJAclies, 

FOR HALF EIUnTV N RT*s OF AMAZ'»N ARHOKH. COMPLETE, IN 
Lots lo salt pnrubaeers. Enoh Sdt oonsinle of Si'id Si ver-Pleted Hottret, Kresatnlat*, Lam- 
berk in, Shield, one pur oi Araht •, ore pa<r of Brttoeletr, one pair of 'l ightr, one pAir ol Trauka, one 
pair of Sandal.;, one Tunic, one Suarf one Uomtiat Sword, a r d one Spear. A portion of these Armoin 
are now to be seen at <he M e'rooolitAn Thoatie in tbe Amtoaian March in "THE YELTUVV HAT." 
baT- For prior, apply as above. 

IHKBIDAK COBBTN .t CO 



GRAND 

Select Bal Masque 

....Or TBI.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY ANI) SOCIAL CLUB, 



Cor-tiOAAltAAE-ttXl 



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TUURSUAY KVEXINO JAN. *0d 

BY SDBSORlPriON ONLY, 

Ticket* «> each 

b»-3obicripUon Lists oan bi fonnd with— 
G. M Berr«-, Mi -rift's DiTJec, Uity Hall; 
Mr Krandt. S.W.j-or Wn,Oin«ien A Montgom»n 
A. LSammeifiBld Jr„ N.K. oor Folaom <fc Steuari 
W Ooboo. No. 6 Battery elreet, 
J. vv-rt-. No. lm I'hiid »t,reet; 
Mr. Knlzonsteln, No 16 Second BlTOflt; 
rd. Abratnson, No, 735 UlAy streot. dcWt Iw 




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SOUTHERN PACIFIC 



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♦0"X"OTHH. 



....A9D.... 



OBOF ZZOUSIC, 

flommer atreet, oaT Kearny between Pine 
and Cnllfornla. 

THE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS oorved in aoj 
stylo. Everything ooot ed inthe best manner. 
b»> Tho Fineat Liqaora and Cigars. 
■9-£leK->bt<9nl(e* of Room* for I,i.dfc*. 
■fly-OPEN DAY AND MOHT. 



no23 lm 



R. J. 1ECHAU *P D. 



FRENCH CORSETS . 

M HE PONS, IMPORT UR AND DEAIER IN 
PAnaian Ladies* Underwear. FRENCH 
CORSETS ol All prioei And qualities, read? made 
and to ordtr. No, 081 aaorauento atreet, below 
K**rny , DO 1-Cm 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN ITS HIGHEST PERFEOIION -RICHARD 
MULDti.K FABBRI, teaebnr or several cele- 
brated hi'iropean artiaies. late Director of tbeie- 
□owied Oooanrvatory of OanoTA, M nitre da Ob ant 
oi t <« Krenob Imnerisl AomIhuv of Huaio.Oon- 
duatorof Ihe Pbilbarmocique Society in Patla, 
"ml at present Musical Director ol tbe Fabbri 
Operr.U mopared to giro private leaeona, eii.ber 
At his office or at the re-i'oo e or ihe vnpila, 
likewise OOUUtitCS OF MNGING, PlANO aud 
MUMOAL INSTRUCTION. „„_ 

tor furihur partioulan. anply at PROF. MUL- 
DEK'etoffl.e, No. 81 P0V7HLL STRKK r.betwe-n 
Market and Ellia, Alec, lettsra reeeivd and terms 
1 1 he bad at the music store of M. Gray, i.lny st., 
and nf Messrs Sherman i Hyde, corner of Kutter 
and Kearny etrsets. i*8 lm 



WILLIS^BAND. 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL 
oooasions. Music imported, arranged 
and for sale. 

Fritz Plpera and Marcus M. Ulan), 
LcndlDK Tlollnl.t*. 
bj-Orders from the country promptly attondtd 
to Addreia M. W. WILLIS. faton> Moilo 
Htore. IJ.8 Mottgomery street, or MARCUS M 
BLUM. 8*9 Montgomery atretu jaQ If 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

lfl C\(\(\ BEAUTIFUL AND IN8TBU0T- 
AVa Vl/Vf i-reobioota to be ■•'■n. Open (o the 

Puhlio DAY AND NIGHT, at KUHKKA HALF-. 

318 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY 
■wTDb. JOBDAH'i PBIYATG OFFICE in at 8X1 

Geary etreet (.opposite old Meohanio*' PavIHop). 



Stage Dancing 

TAUOHT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 

DASHAWAY HAlX, 
d.27 lm Po.tetreot. oear Eaam,. 



ADOLPHUS SIOCKMETEB, 

....TKAOHER OF.... 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Balls and Psrties At'e-ided to, and Mualo far 
nlthed. Residsnoe, 808 Eddy street. de9 lm 



E. FARDINI 

NO. t*9 WASHINGTON-UTB^ET. (ABOVE 
tho PJrb »), San FraneUoo. Boot* and Shoe* 
made to order i o tb* best French etjle. Tb* earn* 
ready mad* always on hand, uo L-3m 



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BBS 



1F-I GAR O ." 

THE JOTTENAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Pnbltahed e*«T Dv in » hB Year DT 
J. F- B O O -A» R» "CT S 

AX 

•SSftferchont and 60S Wn-hla B ton 8U 

Below Montgomery, San Prapoisoo. 



gATUKDAY J AKPABX 11, 1873 



BILLY EMERSON. 

A weekly contemporary not noledfor giv- 
ing any one mora than his das, yields the 
following W6l:-deserved praise tj one whose 
talent and unwearied exertions to please 
have made him the greatest of ail favorites 
with the Ban Francisco pub ic : 

To habit ml visitors at the Albambra. tho 
erratic Billy is undoubtedly tbe lode-star of 
a -.traction, aod he Is indeed a obaracter worth 
Beting. His quips and crunks, bis mirth, 
wit a >d originality, have drawn full houses 
sight after niglit, until he ha* rs;n abuve 
tbe ordinary minstrel in the ta'imation of 
the people, and ranks as an artist in bis pe- 
culiar line. He would mnile t > heir hinibtlf 
styled an artist, but an art at be ia, and one 
of extraordinary versatility. It ia not fre- 
quent tx-en a mans i fitted to tie profession 
which he foil jwh, but Billy Eaacrion ia auraly 
fQlfiilinK hi') vocation — to ooako tho world 
laugh— fur ho saems to bo infused with the 
very genius i f rnin«tretey. lifted with a 
siogulerly oleir. truo voice, he is aapaihetic 
in a ballad as he is absurd in a bml-aque. 
An Irish et >ry rolls fiom bis lips wiih the 
true ring ( f the brogue, and burnt cork can- 
not bide the iotecstly Celtic. Icok ot his face 
when he a°sumes ttiat c leracter. Who haj 
not laughed at bis grotesque appear irc^ as 
a Dutjbman, his coufiding, tra=tl"ul look as 
the newly-landed, his indigo a ot face in 
"Seven Out," his pleading expression in 
"Don't give dat nam* a bal placs"? But it 
]B in the p< rtrdyal of toe negro character 
that he is unburp&^e). In his famous sketoh 
of " That Rasobl Billy," what roars have re- 
sounded ov<r the a*h-b.*rrel he wished to 
borrow for the boniire, to be returned wh<m 
the fun was over ; and how we c jUtd almo3t 
ass the smoke of the cabin through the trots 
wh»n he fang " Wa're gwioe to -de shuckin 
ob de corn." Oar haarts warm with the 
essence of the good old time "before the 
war," when, as the white-baited old darkey, 
he gives us "Carry the NewB to Mary," or 
"Scents on the Mississippi." It has been 
in the hear s of whole audiences to give him 
something to eat in "A Trip to Paris," and 
sketches < f that ilk, for he can assume the 
look of the hungriest, Urn at est, most mis- 
erable, forlorn, dead-broks wretch in exist- 
ence. Indcci, there is li tie that he cannot 
lo:>k to be, for hia p^wer of mimicry is some- 
thing extraordinary. He c itches the triok 
of vo.ci or gait of a performer and repro- 
duces it ou tbe stage a half an hour after 
co very like, yet fo brtadly ciricamred tt-at 
it never fails to bring down the house. On 
the end he is essentially comic, and more 
than ell, one whom c .st>m does not utile. 
larieed, it has been said that no other min- 
strel could successfully fill an engagement 
In a city in which Billy Emerson had ap- 

S eared, and we are inclined to believe it. for 
isousBtd from an aesthetic point of view he 
is a curio. 

■' — ■ «>» 

fiealtn una. Pleasure, 

Tnere are not too many pleasures la San 
Francisco. Nothing la more pleasant, nothing 
more health -giving than a drive Into tne conn- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, can find one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage Etand. Frank Son* 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The moral ot the above is: 
ro to Frank Bonton at the Occidental Hotel 
If hen yon want a carnage. o 



Lever Buckle »u»pender», 

At $1 per pair— 26 per cent, cheaper than else* 
where— at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

The Choicest Confectionery. 

Jonn H. Boa.tr has jast opened a new and 
b3Ld--ome confectioner/ sicre at 126 Kearny 
street, whore can be obtalne. superior finely 
flivored confectionery of all kinlB. Balls and 
partus anpplliad . J 

Wr.BhlnR Xieturnea in One Dny 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

» 

Jones & Schroder's 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can be obtained only 
at 830) Bath itrtet, nearly oppCB te theAlham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Halt eats It, and they all 
eat it. Only the best brands of Ltqaors bot- 
tled for family u-.e. Q 

Fr«si. and Sweet, 
For the beet confectionery, go to Canty and 

Warner's. 107 Montgomery fct. near SaUor. s 



What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should he pat 
ronired by everybody. * 

« 
Do Not Buffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate Bufferers from Corns, Bun- 
Ions, Club and Id growing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by applying at Br. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny etreet, from 1 to 6 p.il We 
speak from experience. haviBE tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. Retereooes tjiven if required, a 

Oyster Tmao. 

The oyster trade In California Is assuming 
gf guttle proporUons. Emerson OorviUo, of the 
Buddie Kwk, 410 Pine street, famishes from 
his own oyster beds at Ban Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Pacific Coast, His 
Saetern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
las extended all over the continent, and Tie 
■Saddle Book" is known everywhere. 



Tho Best Remedies, 

Dr. Ferry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
ry's Webfoot PUls, for all billons complaints. 
J, B. Gates and Co,, comer SauBome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. 



Recollection" oT Forrest, 

While engaged ia acting Mr. Forrest iden- 
tified himself with his pari, was constantly 
thinking about it, and never liked to be 
disturbed during tbe acts of a play. At 
night time, when performing, it was with 
difliculty that bis agents or managers could 
gtt access to him; and when seated in tbe 
gre^nn om ha was generally left by h-B 
associatas severely alone. On one occasion, 
while playing Damon, he seized an actor by 
the name of B* scorn b— a Pbiladelphian, who 
afterward played a while at a Now Toik 
Theatre, and who web then cast as tbo slave 
—and banging bim against the aide or the 
stage, iujured him Beyerely— notftom any 
personal reeling or offense, but forgetful, in 
hia dramatic fever, oi time and place, acting 
his part literally to the life, or rather, almost 
to the death cf poor BuECOmb, who was so 
severely trained that be *as unable U feat 
for saveral weeks afterward, Mr. Forrest 
paid all the sick expenses cf the poor actor, 
and centinued his salary; bnt Mr. Baacomb 
refused ever afterward to bub tain Mr. Forrea t 
inaDyofhiB "muscular'' parts. 

Only ones did Mr. Forrest forget himEelf 
and bis iole while on the stage. He was 
playing Spartacue on this occasion, and the> 
gesture* of the man who played the Roman 
Praator were so exceefiively Judiortus iu their 
stilted dignity that Mr. Forrest became to- 
tally oblivicuB of his fierce gladiatorial char- 
acter, and laying down his weapons, buist 
into a hoarse laugh, to the delight of tbe 
immense audience who witnessed ibis unex- 
pected episode. Forrest, however, wes much 
chagrined at the occurrence, tnd took good 
care to control b'.mself in future. 

He was very impatient of being annoyed 
or interrupted while performing by any 
marked in attention on the part of the audi- 
ence. On one occasion he was playing 
Othello, and the wife of a prominent jour- 
nalist and her attendant cwalier ociupied a 
proBoeniom box. Becoming interested in a 
conversation, tho lady and her escort became 
oblivious of their surroundings, and kept up 
a constant chatter, which was suddenly ter- 
minated by a meEBage from Mr. Forrest tbat 
if they didn't stop, by Q— d he would." 
The dialigue " Btapped" instantly, bnt tbe 
indignant lady left the box forthwith, and 
for a month afterwards tbe Btricturea of the 
lady's husband's paper on "the acting of 
Edwin Forrest" were remarkably severe. 

In common with many other tragedians, 
Edwin Forrest alwayB fancied that he pos- 
sessed a rich though unappreciated vein of 
comedy. One night, at his house in Phila- 
delphia, he entertained one of his young 
friends, a Mr. Zabriskie, for an hoar by hie 
oomio illustrations winding up the im- 
promptu performance by the drunken scene 
Toodlee." To have witnessed the im- 
mense physique of Forrest tumbling about 
in a drunken state over chairs and tables, 
and insanely eudeavoring to snuff a candle, 
must have been worth while— at least Zabris- 
kie says it was. He was also in the babit of 
reciting poetry, and read Hood or Swift 
with an intensity of fan which was almost 
tragic in its earnestness. 



Still Alive! 

When looting for Holiday presents, go to the 
New Yode Photogbapd. Gaxxebt, No, 35 Third 
atreet, and Gee these beautiful portraits in oil, 
water-colors and India-Ink. Prices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper than at any ether 
uret-olass gallery In the city. Bemember the 
piace-E. i\ HowUnd & Co., 35 Third st. r 



SOO Pnlrs ot Socles, 
at all prices, it t he What Cheer Laundry. * 



Or. Donerty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ohronlo and speolflo practice, and as suofa 1b 
now the moat BuoceeBful of any Physician In 
dan Franolsco, Omoe 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leideadorff, a few doors nelow What 
Cheer House. I 

Ladle* and Gentlemen 

Who have been suffering from various com 
plait, ta for years, are obtaining relief from Dr. 
Alkkn, at 137 Montgomery street. He performs 
delicate surgical operations, and is daily effect- 
ing remarkable cures of old-standing diseases. 
Tbe Doctor Is a competent, scientific physician, 
and the afflicted can consult him with confi- 
dence. * 



Altogether tine Best. 

It Is curious, but true, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, ahould sell fur. 
nltnre and bedding cheaper thnn any other 
dealer in this city. Try him and you will be 
aonvinwd. 7. 



For Wasning 

Shirts, $1 60 per dor. .; small pieces, 50c. per 
s. At the What Cheer Laundry * 



Manning's. 

The only place south of Market strest to 
get a good dish of Oy&ters, California or Eastern 
Transplanted, Is at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Saloon, corner Howard and Third, lute 
of the Blue Wing Saloon. l 



For the Very Beat Drinks, 

Goto Ya.ee' ttraneh Saloon, carrier of Market 
av d Third streets- BO 



Wat< s and Jewelry, 

Very aow, at H. A. OaUendtr'*, 62 Second 
street, corner of Mission. j> 



XX iron Want 

Toux Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoil: ' . send them to the What Cheer Latin 
ilry. " " x 

For a safe and rfflclent Bsautdttsb of thb 
Couflexios, use Dicxei'b Fauous CBEUX DE 
|4». 



The Illustrated Press (S. F. ) 

No. 1, Jaouary, 1873. Sold by kulecilptisn— 
$1 60 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
num^erp, IS cents. Address Murr»y, Dewey & 

Co., S. F. o 

• 

*Vh«.t Olieer Laundry 
It the best lanndrr ln p * n Fzanolsoa, * 

Beat Quality of Doa»am 

Driving gloves, at $2 par pair, at the What 
Qheer Laundry ,* 

HcDewell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, boom 10, 
808 Harket itrret. cor. Post and Montgsmory. n 

Oo Yon Know 

That with Btjtzebiok's Pattkbwb you can out 
vnd make any garment to fit perfectly? Bend 
aostage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
i. Demlng, agent, offioe of the Howe Sewing 
ttachlne. No. 118 Kearny street, between Batter 
ad FOBt. San Francisco. 



Something; is&sv. 

Wm A. Hubbard's manufactured misses' and 
infant's garments and ladies ond< rwe;r In suit , 
are farced for Uefr Boperlcrity of mike and tes- 
ter© all over the Union. Mr. Geo. W. Amldon, 
the authorized agent or Mr. Habbard.bas eetab- 
IHhedadepotof these gools at 218 Second s\ 
for wrjole:ale aad retail trade. A liberal dl - 

count ta the trade, J 

_• 

To AomssBCS.— For sale at a great eaorifice 
at 38 Geary street, fix elegant silk dresses, une- 
qualled for quality atid style. s 



A Hnppy New Tear. 

What a pleasure It in lo meet a smiling oonnte- 
naoee, whether It be on the atreet or id the par- 
lor. Aod wby is It that some faces wear a contin- 
qkIIt happy look '? It ia simply becanse they live on 
h plain, nutritious and substantial diet. That man 
is a public benefaotor wbo will conscientiously 
Mrve ot wild n clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Loots Meyers, oroorietor of the "White 
House," Kearny street, also of the Capitol Bes- 
taaraot, Fonrth atreet does it. aa handreda can 
enthasiasttoally testify. His kitchens are marvels 
of order and oleanlioess. Try him, and yon will 
fiod it impossible to eat elsewhere. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



....roa THE.... 



UTEITTV YEAH. 



Diamond Caitarriia Remedy 

Is a sure care for Catarrh or Colds. Ask your 
drugeist for Jr, or send to Dr, A. F. Evot, No. 

9 Poet direst. 

Livo Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding ia the cause of many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
Ingtob treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who bae catered for the publio since 
1849. provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Sclmagundi soup, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The beet out) of tea in the 
city— English breakfast tea — Bouohong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. a 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Buss House Carriages, can be 
lound In front of Coleman Bros, clothing 
abllshmenf, southwest corner Hush and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. . Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates, bg 



The President's Message. 

Pa&co and prosperity are the key notes of this 
document. Qhe^pness and durablity are the 
characteristics of H. LuchBfnger's furniture. 
All should visit his emporium, 735 Market 
street, and ascertain how cheaply a house can 
be furnished . *> 



Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'FriBCO by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a sor sen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
Wh He mossy atone and pearly Bhell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window teem to be. 
Some {airy grotto of the sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here— 
It looks so nice— and try their olieer. "; 
"All right," I said, **I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we mignt name. We found it true, 
And cocked magnificently, toe; 
All kihdB of oysterp, juicy, fat, 
Oookod every style; Just think of that. 
And if your mouth dont water, than 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam tsnd crabs aud terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place all kinds of game, 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found* 'twould seem. 
That they have here the best Ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll And made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Hush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHARLES HAAKK Proprietor. 



ft lei Perfectly Aston.lsnJ.nor 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
tt the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
:efore 8 a~m. returned the same evening if de 
tired. z 

An Old Landmark. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the N. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Sehmldt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping the be&t Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meersohaum pipes, etc 7 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



Claib.voy.aht.— Madame Clara Antonfa, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
has removed to 333 Kearny st. Consultations in 
English. French and German. t 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LEWIS & PANDER, 

UTOVE8, RANGES. TINWARE AND 
^ .1] Vioda of Cooking UtenBila, No. 82 
GE4KY STREET, b.t*eo K.srey nod 
Popoot. jgS 3 m 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVF.KT I11IXDAI NIGHT. 

Piano and singing at 8 F.TM. 

D. EiP.RY, Obiirmin. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

006 SIImIoq street, near Second. 

delO J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HA.ND & nd mad* 
to ORDER, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

B Kearny at>*eet. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Franctoco Savings Union, 532 Cali- 
fornia atreet, corner of "Webb. 

FOR THE HALF TEAR ENDING WITH THE 
31 et December, lb",!, a dividend has bi en de- 
clared At the rate of nine and eix-tentbs (96-10) 

p«*r cent, per annum on Term Deposits, and eitrb t 
(6) per cent, per annum on Ordinary Deposits, free 
of Federal Tax on Deposits, payable on and after 
13tb January. 1873. Bf order, 
o*^ ** aa>VXXL WZITE, Cashier. 



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OP THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

r_ BI WILKIE COLLINS, 



Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "PodKer»i" Ik 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charles Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE T-A-XjIZ, 

By Olive Harper, In 

The Golden Era 



Fenllleton, lnl 

The Golden Era. 



ORIGINAL STORIES, POEMS AND 
SKETCHES, FASHION GOSSIP, 

AMUSEMENTS, LITKBATTJBE 
AND AST, ANSWERS TO COB- 
RESPONDENTS, ETC. 



THB -GOLDEN ERA." IS THB OLDEST 
Weekly Paper Id tbe State, permanently 

established, and more widely circulated at home 
and abroad tbao any ether oo the Pacific Ooast, 
In Oa'.ltornia, tbe Ail mtio States, and throughout 
the entire fie id o( ita great and rapidly increasing 
circulation, the "GOLDEN ERA" is universally 
regarded aa a literary and family journal of une- 
qualled excellence. 

To Advertisers. 

The "GOLDEN ERA" is a welcome Sunday tIs- 
itor Ia every Home and .Hoasebold, and as an 
advertising jnedinm Us advantages mnst be appa- 
rent to btuineea men. 

TO HAIL SUBSCRIBES!?, 

The Golden Era, far One Year, S8 SO ; 
for Six Month., 82 oo. 

subscriptions to be paid in advanoe. 

The Golden Era and Peterson'. Z.adlee* 

National Magazine, One Tear, S5. 

»»-THE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 

Carriers in tbe city at 12'; cents per vreek. 

TBE GOLDEN ERA. single copies, Ten Oents. 
For aale at all Newa-ttands. 

Office off the Golden lira, 

540 Clay street.... San Rranciseo 



CONSUMPTION pre- 
vented by the timely use 
of "Hall's Pulmonary Bal- 
sam," the best and most 
speedy remedy In use for 
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Bronchitis, Influenza, 
Loss of Voice, Incipient 
Consumption, and all Dis- 
eases of the Throat and 
Lungs. Ask for " Hall's 
Pulmonary Balsam." 

Price 50 cents. Sold by 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PROPRIETORS, 

Cor. Snnaome and Commercial ■treet*, . 
D014 tf 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE P^CTFIO BTONB COMPANY Q4U, 
the esvecinl attention of Aratmeots, Enjrte. 
eers, and the Dublio in general, to the SUPEKIOB 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manufactured 
by them in this city under the Raoaome Patentt. 
They make to order and keep In a took : 
Building Frooli, Water Pipe, 

Sinks, Monamente, Fountains, 

Tiles, Coplnss for lrYuHa, 

Filters, etc., etc.* 

Together with Ransome'a celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior, 

and at a price-far below that of hand-oat work. 

•VThe attention of private parties intending ta 
build iarespeotf alt; solicited. 
Office, No. lO BUS B STREET, Ssn FranoteOO. 



thomas w. br£e, 
siiiver fxjATBh i 



' MANUFACTURER 

— AMD— 

EEPAIBEK 



$7) DRUMS, BANJOS, 

X**' — AND— 

U'XKJHB MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

ESTABLISHED IN 18115. 



MISSION STREET, between First snd Second. 

N. B.— Fine- toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
essionals always on hand. <>15 tf 



WARI 

Declared Against tbe Wliol© World aod' 
the Beat of Mankind. 



PATENT EAGLE BLACKING -WABHAN*. 
ed superior to any in tbe market. MaDuf.o- 
turod by MOORE * 00., No. XIO LeideBdorfl ' 



street, a, F. I)ireotlorjB for Uie: When found too 
thick, add a little water. Keen tbe bottle wen 
oprked. Sold by all Grocers, Oroggi.tr?, eto. d21 




TRAYS always on hand. 



Alfred Tetter,. 

Hanafsctnrer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES, . 

285 B upon t, 

2VEABSUTTBB STRXEX- 1 

See my stock of Bird I 
Oag-ebffore parebsoieg i 
e't-ewhere. Always some- i 
hhiognew oo hand. My | 
Paient Cages, made of 
Tin Wire, are warranted t 
FREE FBOM VERMIN I 
Also, best quality TEA li 
no20tf 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot! 

643 KEAKNY STREET, 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT 
the ebottes DOtioP AUPioesand 
Cigar Holders wan anted genuine, and 
to oolor well. Meer>obauuo Piprsand 
walking Oanes Mounted and Repaired 
at lowest Ea«tern Prices, and with tbe beet work- 
manship. A large aseoriment of Walking Oanea 
aod Fane; Goods of every description always on 
band. no2l lm 



The Popular Beverage! 

CONGRESS WATER FROM THE PAOIFIO ; 
Oongress Springe, near Santa Clara. Indorsed I 
by the Medical Faculty its curative powers being 
equal to the celebrated Congress Water f rum tn» 
Springs cf Saratoga, New V ork. Depot removed 
from r.8 Kearny street to ftew Montgomery, one> 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. Lib- 
eral discount to the trace, and orders attended to 
promptly. dfe251n. \ 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 



_ _ _ _ ESTABLISHED 

and most popular Restaurant in 



THE OLDEST 
and most popn. 
San Francisco. The Tables are snp- 

Elied with the best in market. Board, 
v the week. 408 PINE STREET, justab 
Moctfomnrr. mar2fi I: 



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1\ 



D GEORGE MATES 1 ! 

EALERIN OYSTERS, OLAHiS 
andall kindi of SHELL FISH. 
Stalls Nob. 40, 41, -iS, California 
Market, entrance on Oaliforr/i etreet. 

Public or private parties ud families supplied 1 
from 8 a.m. to 12 P. m. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
Ov8*er Room ooeti from fi ».** ro 12 p.M- -1«.271v 



DR. W. A. PAYKE. 

THIS CELEBRATED PHTSIOIAN HAS RE- 
moved hie office from tbe Pn»' Home lo bit 
Elegant Suite ot Roomv, No. 4* O Kearny street. 
He tells j onr disease without a oaeetion. Do not 
fail to call. All Chronic Diseases treated euccese- 
faUy. del&lm : 



Bar Sugar 

XflOR BALE— 518 KEABNr BTSEET, Al 
T MEROER'S. Alto, every kind of Oandiel 

Wbnleeale and Retai 1. 

no" LI M. A. HIBCEB. 



Indian Queen Range. 



The Best in the Market 

MAHUFAOTTTRED BY 

CALEB M. HCKLM., 
0018 tf 4*. orvf 4.0 K.nrn 







nmikfit. 



NEW YORK PRICES 

ITALL'S PrANOi 
■H For sale at No. 1» 
' . ler street. O.I! aad J 
examine f or yormslve. 

■arTbe «olv Oallfor. I 
Dia.aaade Piano on tbi I 
4e2,H 



MONTIIMCIT % fe 4 

MOTEL. ^ ^ 



MOTEL. 

1*1 *r-*4 •>•» *-■• 



•>. 



"A. 




ai* 




UM rtAMMMi 



l»B»T, JA»r»«T is. ins 



»•*. *tr». ■*. isa. 



FURBISHED ROOMS*] 
•8 tad lio'pcr >■ 

WEST END 

■■WrfMM I 

r— 4i, i~-« ... • jl 

ore* all ai 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 



-enu l, 

t ' • tniro no rosi 



if WEEK 



CALIFORNIA THBATBI. 






'»«t»n , 






BDISLAY FAMILY 



mini m ••■ » i 

•a •• ' Ml«tlf IfMtAI 

■ »•? rrriMii iintAT, 



LA»T TUX Or Tilt ttllUt) tf 

ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



ICHE 



CLIFTON 



J 



la«t <ut or rai 

Star Premiere Assoluta, BETTY RIGL, the Premiere Danseuse, EMILY RIGl, 

t«i> rat riMoca 
Mona. Ohsrmi unci lila Threo Tulonlect Onlldrou. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



Mwmmt Ovr* 

TM» EVEJUNO 



JVHtAllY 13 



I :>.-,■> tiiii. u rs.„ i.-.-ni^i.c. 
MIms ii XNIEWOHHELL 

A* RAW Til* OOOU rOR mrt II 1 1 

M1H<« I.I I.I.I i; HA.LL 

' *» • I > '• 



mia itiiiii, 



JA1ICARY 1.1 THIS tVEHIMO 



JANUARY 13 






IATUIIUAT ASATINBH. 
T iLLiintTiD •rirTii i.r i\ ■ ». i«. rtTiri.ro 



SMB.*. B*M .ot». 

rt n ii ■ « -»>j. . .. 




YELLOW HAT! Aladdin; or, The Wonderfal Lamp! 

i m '■.■ny*'" butaiirhor or tmirmi 

".■•■. 

ABARABOB W. A. HERTATRB 

r .*Ji5 |«Ail-> '■ C WILLIAMSON 

roxnrrct • Walter ¥. LBRAR 

oraid vui11 , „ 1. n. tbater 

.. r. j hcoclet 

Ml 0. HE.MiV 

IHKOnTAbli, 

OESICS OBLOCI R. PI.YMITON 

OEM or THI LAMP _ JOHN WILSON 

omi or the Rixo mm i.ociha Johnstone 

SS DADBOCLBADODB MISS MIXN1E WALTON 



•he cLirros 

MIRT ETTINOE 
tdvlawl 
....BPPSOJ) 

lias's o^rtt*r*| ...a l 

M «« I eon, loony 
Mre. I r. R.. t. 



« » I. I o. 
ICAB1AW GAMES. 

HORIZONTAL BARS. 

JAPANESE BALLANCIKO ACT. 

■ 



A,lTe ,: .. .-.oisd. »!:.-. tb. Gr„4 iracf.r ml 1.10 Sc.o. 
MIIM 

Lind of Fern*, or Halls of Dazzling Light! 

• aTfhl'W .vrrERNOON. Jsn U- 

<-ritii,l % I'llow H"t Mntlnoo I 

.V IVMIst.. ja\ tin. Fun App.er.no.ol 

MISS AUCUSTA L. DARCON. 



AMROU 

30 (TAD 

■ IT9TAPHA. 



Mandarins, MlDMI.r. Ol St, to. 0*nl . lluot*m«ii. Guard- 



NIBS OARRIE WTATT 

MISS M. A. CHAMBERS 

...MRS. 0. B. 8AU.NDK1H 

Att»:i Lots. Slayes. -to. 



MiiKiiiflrmit Scenery by Porter 1 Startling Illusions! Gorgeous Costume* ! 



I'lKbdntoil Cavrru, 
MiikIc I'rlamallc ^cmn mm. 
-A.CT SECOND, 
ninrlllnff Acrobatic Acta by At. I'lmrnn n.d hit I 



ACT THIRD. 

I'.inili- InXinmriinil .!,[, H.m.. , .n-.n. l.u Mim- 
lla. kVUtJ CIK1TY llllll. una KMII.Y KM1I 

GrauBallct do C'liiimls, 



lb,". Ihlidr.n. s>r»,,rt ""'"t •VlU*-t'«lSlI**iL"d ]** *'"" BF.TTY «»d IRIl.T Kll,l.«u,l Cr... 

di.-t-. e-w ... aliaor < t»y AA lie. Ml*. I I » KIUI. una 

M'llr KMII.Y HIUL .toil Corp, dr ltnllpt. I ,lc Ballet. 

MONDAY KVENISO. JANUARY 20tb, Flrjl Apj,.*r»mv of— 

IlVE:FL. JOHN T. I=l-A.Tir3\cIOJ>a'ID l , 

Id » £«w Oomftdy, t>dftpt«d from the Frtmob, by Obftft. HotemftD ftod W. J. Florence, entitled 

3F«03E1.33XX>X>3EI5%T 3tP3Ft.TJF3E«X-tB 



| PUICE9 07 ADMIflBION. 

Krw-rrrd HfMaiis— Orean Olrclft anc* OrcbtBtra, 0t ffO Raiionr 

K-mivd Nvm- BaloODj- ?5 O.Utpry 

brtm Olrol* Admiasion *1 OO Private Boxas.. 



JL *0 

ma 

..S« nml HIO OO 



r« C lll. « ••(••r ■•<! {••■ pars f 



W«llt.*r««iR>*l 

Otartart 

- -« #aWN Joibmi 

DtitoU nxoiupllllcntlou-J 

i II I Althl.s ajajt] . AliHIK AYataiftl 

°°"!!5J!??5L T trURUI VIRNlJt 

Jennie WorreiT andLlThe^Mafl 

IX nOtTHa.1 BUXO AMI' DANUK 
Mat K*li lomarRrM.. ■■ Q Marah 



ItlX ftad L'Ourt R Id 

"I'M GtOXJNG HOME. 

"Ir t >■•) Mill.-, •natpo*** At R Zi»w«rl 



ri.TIAU < "mi 



i ii. miATAiiia 



Bouquet of Socgs Miss Ltllie Hal 



t»iiiiot> l*,»r n WnjfiT. 

MIM Jo«*pbia« Jahn«r Ta»n Tommr Brt* 



Mtdlfj Orertar* , . 



Nan the Good-for-Nothing! 

NAlf MIKR JKKIVIR WORRKLL 

( In vibiab abal* fithooi. a rival, luirMlaoioR ti*r cluat* > 

Tom nrihbUa,ona fatfjar K. ti *U-ah 

Harry (Miliar, thoothar fatbtr Obarlna VitrrBr 

(Ihar.pr, ie»ip'tit»T Matt Rally 

V«nos Mr. Siraptna , « 'ha*, i.'ojill 

Bob , Frad Ooopar 



Orartnra Orohaatrft 



New Com to R.llat by M. Sorimtdi. estitlad 

The Village Coquette 

m MMK. 1HKRBHE 

La P«ro Thomnfl H. <J Ma rati 

Ooit,nnt, looltint: for work Ed, MootA4ti* 

FRANOOIt*. ft laTmtirjrvnat MONe, NOHMIOP 

Oleneasaa ...Hiaaas Fllltt.or*. Joaapfaina. ArtmtrODg, GarratU 

DCBISO TBF. DUXF.T 

Chnrncler Dance Mmr. 'llirrrif, BC. flchmldt 

Pai Real ....Mrac. Thcrcan 

Flaule Re down i 

Byalltbe Lad tea, M. SCHMIDT and MMK. TUBRitSR. 
Uaezpaotad Tablaaa Finale 



140 Second Street. 140 

SWAIN'S BAKERY, 

-t .lillihiTl in *I3«. 

«TE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

■leapt at So 14t Foartb atraat, and it 
Bo. ItlS Stock loo ttraaL 

THE ni:«r MVAIaITT OF 

^7w r o<aLcaJ.jrL» Oalio 

AXWATS OR HAJ.D. 
«VIt¥ VtBIKTY OF 

Cake for the Holidays. 

1<7t OREAM, (jHARr.OTTE RUS^H, BLANO- 
MASliK, J .-:LUr:\ eto., made to order and 
•I in- s^* aiAtana • 

e*»Jft»(ai «. R.HWAI\,t(H 



HAIR. 

rax oin.Ai', bi puoKiimx prakoisoo 

TO DUY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Cooo's, Cheap and Fine 
Jevv^iry & Fancy Coods, 

IS AT TUE 

NEW YORK 8TORE. 



'SoNlai 



A. II. MAM I'M OK .V Cm., 

Wo. 1 lO Mr«ood atrect, 
Hotwec-n MlaaJon unil Minna. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. HKKOKS. FORMKRLY 
proprietor ef trie Miovra' Ra*. 
•tawreat, h*a tahan th» majiMemeat 
•Of DOtb th* Miner* Haauorant on 
'Ooanoerwat atr«i*l and tba Minora' 
trtaott Oo Markot aUeat in n«rtrjar*bip wltb MR. 
A. DBAFRVK, who by been ooooeeied with tbe 
■ran tor ja*r*. I <-pror«maDU bare been made m 
aba ooleioe d-oartineoU Ibat will render tbe Mi- 
ner* mere popular than It h*a ever been darlnf 
ttbe 71 yeara of ita proaparitr- Oar Bill* of Far* 
aembeao* all t <e dalfaiotoa of tbe eeeeon. Oar 

. <S***e k* "Oood Fer«, Good Uookrnn and Moderate 

1 fJharoa." 

P. BEROBI A CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

■Ol and SOS OommeroiaL and 
7«0 Market atreat. 
Open from a.m. to 10 r.M. an31 lm 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL P0STIN8 COMPANY 

•MMcraaatl* aU, cot*. L«| deadoi-r. 
(Kx oflo* of P. M . 8. ». Oo.) 

(*0M8 A1TD ail OB. GIVE US A TRtAX, 
/ w« -ill endeavor to a m. We want w abac, 
lrdere. Opea theoomloa; week. 

BJPAM TON A PP.. Prop r*. 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING. 

THE U>DER--ir,NKO WOULD MOST RE- 
spoott jIIf rnpreaent to you and toe pohiio gen- 
erally, that Be la now prepared to farrioti" feoil- 
ifet for eiiibi'tooa of e*ery kind and character, 
wbioh should deserve tbe patronage of tbe pub- 
lic He baa erected at Obnynne, Wyoming. A 
LARGE AND OuMMODIOUs HALL, witbaooi 
Moenary ard Statu The Hall ia well ventilated 
and huh ted, and made ooui for - able for all aeaaon* 
of the year. THK BEST OF MUSIC, both 8trin« 
and BraM, can he famished at all times. 

Sausfao'ory erraOKsments will be made with 
T1IKATKI0AL OKOlHER OOMPANIKrf, eith- 
er for Renting of Hall or performaooes on a per- 
ceotave ol tbe receipt!. Correspondence "olicited. 

Addreat ' J. McDaNIKL. 

Look Box No I, Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

If. B — Oarioeitlee wanted for the Cheyeone 
Maaenm. Tboai* wishinK engagement*, state low- 
est teriB* for tho Winter S"moa, annul og pboto- 
Kapb to 'ay address. Half Passage Money ra- 
oded aitBrillliug eDeagovente, 

JAMES McDANJEL, 
Proprietor Obeyenue Theatre and Unseam, 
ocr.' 3m Lock Box No. 1. Obeyenoe, W. T. 



CHEYENNE_THEATRE. 

Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIHST-f'LASS PEOPLE.— MUST HAVK 
good Wardrobe, Four Liidiei and two Gen- 
tlonn-n to bo good in general business for the oom- 
ing Winter hen^on, comruenoiau the First week in 
Nfivembsr. 1873, Addreta stating lowest terms, 
with Pbotograpb. Half Fare retunded after fill- 
ing engagement. 

JAMES MCDANIEL. 
Proprietor Obeyenue TbeUre and Masoam, 
0052 Lock Box 1. Ohayenno, W. T. 



A BAD HABIT 

AOREAT MA1VV HRtOHAKTS 
hiivt- ifnt into of ebnriylnei xaoro for 
their Oonii« darlnec the Holidays than 
ut i>uy other time. At the old atanri, 
Ne> 8 Second atrcct ( yoa will tlwayi 
And ut anlfortn prlcee at large taaaort- 
mfnt Of Mhlrt". Fnrnl "hine Oood* and 
Toilet Artlelea nt lowe*t rate*. 'That'* 
the place to get *en*lble Bollday Free- 
enu. 

BtNKDIOT aft Co.. 

No. 3 Reeond atreet. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

YIBOINIA CITT, KEVA11A. 

THIS ELEGANT TURATRE HAS BERN RE- 
deoorated, and can be rented by tbe night or 
by the week. Star* and tnvralinf oomoaniea 



Or tO •* ■ ■>. »» r-*.js%.. (• »!.,, 

*>BO W**bingtOR, etreot. Ban Rrenolaoo 



MONS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
oaliat, mMDi New Coarua for Piano and 

SioarlogbT blaantiraly New and SimpllflecTHyateQa 
-tbe abort eat In *trl*i*no*— r*adlng motto tt sight. 

inuuR 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms lO and W 020 WashlnetoB street. 




K-ANTJKI) IMMEDIATELY: 

First-Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Cymnastic Talent 

....ALSO.... 

Twenty DE*ir«t Xilue Ballet Iiadlea. 

FOK SAtr F.IDHTT «ET8 <IF AIIAZMI ABHORS. CO M P I. KTB, IW 
Lots to suit puruhnters. Fnch Sot OODBlflt. ol Solid Si vei-Platod Helroer. BrtiniiiMlat., L.m- 
borkiD Shield, one p*lr 01 Armk-t*, One pair o* Br.ooloW, one pair ol Tight,, oo. pair ol TrUDka. one 
palrol Sandal,, one Tunio, one Sea, (, one uomont S»erd.a-d one Spear. A iiortior, ol Iheeo Armor, 
.re now lo he eeen at the .letropoliton Toeatio in tbo Amazonian March in run, YA.LTOW II At. 



- For price, apply u above. 



SHEBIDAN COKBTN .t CO 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 



.oie-eii"3Ein. 



OBOP 

Rammer etreet, OR Kearny betwiien Pine 
and Callforalu. 

THE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS eerred in any 
■ tyle. Ky.rytbing oonted lntho best manner, 
•or Tb. Flneat Liquors and Oigars. 
RA-EleRnat Rtrltea oT Boom, for Ladle.. 
■VOPEN DAY AND MGHT. 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MME PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Parisian Ladles' Underwear. FRENCH 
OORSRTB ol all prloea .ad qoallti.a, read, mad. 
and to order. No, RSI Saoraai.nto strMt, A.I.W 
■el-to 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN ITS HIGSRST PERFECTION -RICHARD 
MULDMi FABBRI, teacber of aororal oelt.- 
bcatad Eiropeaa artistes, late Director of tbe re- 
nowDod Oonaenratory el Oensva, Maitro dn Uhent 
of t»e Frenoh lmnerial Academy of Music, Con- 
ductor of tbe PbilbarmorjiQue Booiety in Paris, 
and at present Mubiual UireJtor of tbe Fabbrl 
Operj-.is prepared to give private lessons, either 
at bis office or at tbe r*siien a of vhe pupils: 
lik»wiae OOUKNKS OK SINGING, PIANO and 
iiUSIOAL INSTRUCTION. 

Kor farther particular* aoply at PROF. MUL- 
DER'S office, No.ai POWKLLSTREEr.betwe-n 
Market and Kllla. Also, letters reoeiv«d and terms 
to be had at the muiio store of M. Gray, (Jlayat., 
and of Meaar* Sherman A Hyde, coraor of NnUer 
and Kearny street*. Ja8 lm 



WILLIS^BAND. 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL 
ooaafion*. Mnato imported, arranged 
»nd for sale. 

Fritz Piper* and Marcai Iff. Blatn 

Leading Tlollnltta. 

a0/>Order* from the ooaotry promptly attended 

to. Addreia M. W. WILLIS, Eaten* Mnal* 

Store. 1H B w-iLtgomery itrrat. or MARCUS If. 

'? oatgoaaery atx**t. JaStI 



GRAND 

Select Bal Masque 

or TtTB.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLDB, 

.*..4T.... 

HortlcuHuiial X^all 

....*w,... 

T1HIRSDAT EVF.MNO .TAN. S8d 



BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. 



Ticket-.. 



..*! e» f 



afF-Snhriorini jon Lists nan b» found wltb— i 

G. M Beiry, .Sheriff's Office, City Hall ; 
Mr firaodt, fi.W. .tor Wa^bingtAo A Montgomery; 
A. Summerlielrl. Jr,, N.K. cor Foleom A oteuar.; 
W. Oobon. No. Ii Batiory atrost; 
J. Witt, No. 110 Third -i.reet ; 
Mr. K itznnstein, No. Hi Sucond street, 
Bd. Abrameoa, No. 734 Olay atr*et. deMlar 







DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

Ill raHA BEAUTIFUL AND IN8TRU0T- 

L\Jt\J\J\J ive obleots to be sa^n. Qpen to the 
Pablio DAY AND NIGHT, »t KURKKA HALT-. 
SIS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY 

•gy-DB jOBDAH'a PnivATK Office is at »il 
Geary street toppoaiteold Meohaniua' Pavilion). 



Stage Dancing 

TAUGHT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 



deOT In 



DASHAWAY HALL, 

Post street, near Kearny. 



ADOLFHUS STOCKMEJ7ER, 

....TEAOHER OF.. . 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Balls and Parties »t'-ended to, and Mnele far 
niched. Resldenot, »OSRddyetr»*L d*«lm 



E. PARDINI 

NO 1*9 WASHINGTON STB ?KT. fABOV* 
tb* Plan). Sao Franoleoo. Boot* and Sboas 
mad* lo order in tb* bast Frauab style. Tb* Man* 
ready mad* always on hand. 



" :f\e gar o .» 

3 JOITRNAL OP AKU6EHENTS. 
PubHaDed every Day in the Year b T 

J. I>. BOQABDXTS 



•SSMvrcbBnt and <*3* W»«MB*t©* ■!• 

B«Iow Montgomery. Sao francisco. 



MONDiY JANPABY 13, 1873 



BILLV KHERSON. 
A weekly cdd temporary not n oled TorgiT. 
ing »dj one mora Uian his due, yields the 
following wel.-deeerved piaue U one whose 
Ulent and unwearied exertions to please 
have made him the greatest of all favorites 
with the 8an Francisco public : 

To habitual visitors at tbe Albambra, the 
erratic Billy is undoubtedly the lodestar of 
aitracuuo.^ud he u indeed a ctaraoter wrtb 
aeeiog- His quips and cranks, bis mirth, 
wit a <d originality, have drawn full houses 
night af.tr night, until he has risen above 
the ordinary miuttrel in the estimation of 
the ptople, and ranks &e an »rt:-t in hu pe- 
caliar line. He would noila ti be.r himself 
fetjted an fcrtist, but an art st be is, and one 
of extraordinary versatility. It is not fre- 
quent t j cee » m"ans:> fiittd to tt-e profession 
wbioh he follows, but Billy Eoierjon is surely 
fulfiiline h» vcc»non — to mane the world 
laugh— for he saems to be infused with the 
Tery geuius «,f minstrelsy. Gifted with a 
ainguUrly cie*r. true voice, he is as pn'haiic 
in a ballad as he is absurd in a burleequr. 
An Irish t.t >ry rolls fiom his lips with t r ie 
true ring <i the brogue, and burnt cork can- 
not hide the lutsLs- lr Celtic, Icok ot his face 
when be a-samts ton cj = riOter. Who has 
notlsugbed at bis grotesque appear-iLCa is 
a Dutchman, his lOofiding, tniftrul look as 
tbe newly-'anded, bis indignant f*ce in 
"Seven Oui," his pleading expre-ci n id 
" fiju't give dat nature a la 1 placs"? But it 
ib in tbe portrayal of tbe negrj character 
that hu is uu*urpa«*eJ. In uiafamou" sktt:b 
of " Th\; Ruoil Billy," what roars have re- 
f . -.nmltd over the a^h-barrel be wibhed to 
borrow for tbe bonfire, to be returned when 
the fun was over ; aod how we c uld almost 
e«e \h- Bmoke of the cibin tbrougb tbe i re. e 
when he ^aue " We're gwine to de shut-kin 
ob de corn." Our hearts warm with th* 
essenca of tbe good old time "betoic tie 
war," when, as the white-baited old darkey 
he gives us ** Carry the News to Mary, " or 
"Qoenas on the Mississippi." It has been 
in the hesr.s of whole audiences to give him 
something 10 eat in "A Trip to Pari-," and 
sketches r f tbat i k, lor he can assume the 
look of the hungriest, tbnst est, most mis- 
eiaule, forlorn, dead-broka wretch in exist- 
ence. IuJpci, there is little tbat he cannot 
lo u to be, for bis pjwer of mimicry is some- 
thing extraordinary. He c*tches the trick 
of vo'Ci or gait if a performer and repro- 
duces it on tbe stage a half an hour after 
%• very like, yet to broadly c tries mred that 
it never fails to bring Down tbe house. On 
the end he is essent:aly comic, a-jd more 
than all, one whom custom does not stile. 
Indeed, it baa been said tbat no other min- 
strel could eacces-ifully fill an engagement 
in- a city in which Billy Emerson bai ap- 
peared, and we are mcliu<?l to believe it. for 
discussed from an a* tbe lie point cf view he 
is a curio. 



Too Much for Them! 

The Police Gazette is dead. It was closed 
cut on Saturday. Tbe Police Gazette waa 
started some fifteen years ago; filled its 
•phere very well, and got along well (enough 
until ths Wtverly Place Gazette waa born ; 
when ite f jrtunea began to wane under tbe 
strong epposition of that journal. Fire', 
the Varieties wentunder, then tbe Mazeppi. 
and now the Police Gazette euccambs before 
toe direet opposition of that "only live pa- 
per," the Warerly Place Gazettr; which 
alone now ociupies tbe field formerly occu_ 
pied by these journals. lYe proprietor 
ought to be a happy man. 

TJaeleas Labor. 

An enterprising citizen of Piano, III., has 
after long and anxious study succeeded in 
making a whistle out of a pig's tail. It 
would not be worth mentioning were it not 
that he has been boasting about it, and 
Paano is jubilant over the subject. Bat 
why? It nas never denied tbat a whistle 
could be made out of a pig's tail. . We are 
grieved to be compelled to mix such an alloy 
as diBapotntment in the joy of Piano, but 
the original proposition was not that none 
couldmak) a whistle out of a pig's tail, bnt 
tbat one could not make one of tin outof the 
material. We think that the wisdom of the 
' propounder or this problem remains yet nn- 
auailed by any practical proof of the falla- 
cy of bi« celebrated axiom. All the man 
has to do now is to turn it into tin, and per- 
haps wilb an eqaal amount of perseverance 
and intelligence he has devoted to accom- 
plish hie present intellectual triumph, he 
may succeed in doing it ; if so, none sooner 
than we will gWe him all the credit that is 
justly duo him. 

X>o rfot Suffer irom corns. 

The unfortunate lufferers from Oorns, Bun- 
Ions, Club and Ingrowing Salle, can find Instant 
tthtf by aj pljlDg at Dr. R. H. Cowan's InstV 
tute, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.k. We 
speak from experience. ha-riDg tested the Doo- 
ter's capability. References given U required, a 



Oyster Trnde. 

Tbe oyster trade in California la ■ "Timing 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corvlllr, of tbe 
B*ddle Reek, HO Pine street, fornlabes from 
bis own oyster beds at 8au Bruno millions ot 
oysters to all parte of the Paelic Ooact. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
his extended all over the continent, and * he 
'Bad die Rook" la known eve rywhere. 



TUo : it Remedies. 

Dr. Pertj s Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Fer- 
ry's Webfcot PUIS, for all biboua complaints, 
J. R. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. 



For the V ry Best Drinks, 

Goto Ya,ee Branch Saloon, earner of Market 
and Third streets- Bo 



LETTER FROM CHICAGO. 

JrBOM OUB OWK C OBBBB pohdisi.] 

Chicago, January 4th, 1872. 
Deab Fioabo:— Holiday week is now 
pae&ed and again steady andieocee are the 
rule, Iu the face of a dazzling rain and a 
most disagreeable flfcd.tion of things un- 
der foot, a large an<r*iinc-lo:>king audience 
found it's way to 

m'tickto's theatbb 
During the pest week of the Holidays to ese 
"Guy Manntnng" and eee Miss Charlotte 
Cuehman in the role of Meg Merrilles. Dur- 
ing this week "Henry VIII "Las been ibe at- 
traction. This house bus been crowded to 
overflowing. Mr. McYiclcer, we beir, gave 
M.ta Cufibman $4,000 per week for her en- 
gagement, and I presume from tbe au- 
diences that come and go every night that 
be doubled the sum over in two nights. 
Tbe next star of the drama we hear is Ed- 
win Booth. 

ACADEMY OF HTSIC. 

Robert MoWade as Rip Tan Wink'c is the 
attraction at this place of amusement, sup- 
ported by a powerful company. On Mon- 
day evening, Jan. 6tb, the English opera 
company makes its sppearance under toe 
managementof Seguin. "Martha" ie billed 
for the opening night to be followed by the 
"Bohemian Girl. 

AIK£N - 8 theatbe. 
The regular stock company with Frauk 
Aiken and Lawlor rt itshtadis playing in 
moJern pieces during tbe present week. 
kixon's amphitbkatbe. 
This may cow be counted as one cf cur 
fii el-class places of amesement. Its etyle ut 
performance is similar to tne Metropolitan 
of your city givinc modern sensation pieces 
in go ,d style is the present attraction, appear- 
ing in "Tbe French Spy" and kindred dia 
business. Jan. 6 Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Miller 
commence aa engagement for one week in 
Hidden Hand." 

myeb's opeba house. 
The usual minstral combination is the 
only attraction. Maekin and Wilson are the 
tramp cards. 

GLOBE THEATBE. 

Dick Carroll and sons and Miss Maude 
Whither are the &t«B here. "Lola, the Cu- 
ban Cigar Girl," is tbe main feature on the 
bill. This house has pa-Bed into the bands 
of a new management. Mr. Weatherwax is 
now interested, Mr. Mar«jh retiring. Fra&k 
Nelson will now act as director of amuse- 
ments, 

WISTEB GABDEN TABIETIE8. 

A new boose under the above title will 
open on Monday next, with a full compiny 
under the management of Johnny Woods. 

M1SCELXANEOU6 . 

Drizzling rain and cold weather has pre- 
vented Mre. Mjinnie Myrtle MiJler from giv- 
ing ber lecture. It has been postponed until 
farther notice, 

Great pleasure was expressed here on see- 
ing Miss Maggie Moore's name in the list of 
tbe California Theatre company. There are 
a good many nld CalifornianB here wfco re- 
joice in her improved prospec a. 

WILL. 

A Thankful Spirit. 

There was once an old woman who, in an- 
swer to a visiting almoner's inquiries as to 
how she did, said: "Ob, sir, the Lord is 
very good to me— I've lost my husband, and 
my oldest son, and my youngest daughter, 
and I'm half blind, and I can't Bleep or 
move about for the rheumatics; but IVe got 
two tsetb left in my head, and praise and 
bless His holy name, they're opposite each 
other." 



The name "gra-s widow" is of French 
origin. It is derived frem the French 
"grace, "and originally meant a widow by 
courtesy. 



Live Well, 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding ie tbe eanseof many Crimea. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Bestaurant, on Wash- 
Ingtoa treet, at tbe corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy. Henry 
Booken, who has catered for tbe pobllo niece 
IM9. provides for bis customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, BeimagundM eonp. game, tame geeae, 
delicious entrees, and everythlDR tbe heart of 
man can desire. Tbe best cud of tea ua tne 
elty— English breakfast tea — Sooobong asd 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here. 



8am Moore. 

Formerly of Baes Bouse OarrtaBea, can be 
round tn front ot Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
ablisbment, eoothwest corner Hush and Mont- 
gomery sts. , or Dexter Stables. Oarrlaee orders 
left at either piace proneptiy attended to day 
or nl#bt, at reduced rates. no 



YCe r»r«sict©xix*» M.ees«(re. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notes of this 
document. Obe*pness and dnrablity are the 
cbaracterlitics of H. Luchslnger'a furniture. 
All should vlelt hla emporium, 735 Market 
street, and ascertain hew cheaply a house can 
be furnished. n 



Ct Toa Want 

Tour Blankets and FlaunelB well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun > 
try. " x 

Prnsh and Sweet. 

Far tbe best confectionery, go to Oantr and 
Wagner '■. 107 Montgomery St. near Sutler. s 



What Obeer Launary 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat 
ronlsed by rverybody. • 

Altogether ibe Best. 

It Is curious, but true, tbat 3. A. Sbaber, 
T07 Market street, near Third, should sell fur. 
nltnre and bedding cheaper tbnn any other 
dealer in this city. Try Mm and you will be 
convinced. j 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
uur careleBS feet, by chance nid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a screen 
Tbrough which a sweet bouquet waB seen ; 
While mo6sy Btone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Wade that wlntiow Eeem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 
"Stop," aald my friend, "let's go In here— 
It looks so nice— and try their cheer."; 
"All right." I said, "I must agree 
Tbat this place suite me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our &lde a waiter neat 
Made hie appearance, asked our wish- 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we mignt name. We found 1 It true, 
.ind cooTxd ma^mfcattly, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; just tnlnk of that, 
And if your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam rand crabs and terraplus ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy pi see all kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, ■ 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem. 
That they have here the best Ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little einnere, 
To get wnat they call "such nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush. 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes tbere once will' go again. 
Pacific Oyeter Bonse. 837 BnBh Btreet, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Sight. 

OHABLB8 HAASE. Proprietor. 



Or. Dobertr 
Hsb devoted his study more particularly to 

chronio and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the moat suoceufnl of any Physician in 
San Francteco. Office 619 Sacramento Btreet, 
corner of Leidcadorfl, a few doers oelow What 
Cheer House. T 



it Is Pertectly AstoiiiisJcilnsr 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
tl tbe What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
>efore S a_m. returned tbe same evening If de 
•(red. t 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



r PRICK 50 Cts 

A Safe and speedy Reme- 
dy for all Bronchial Affec- 
tions, Asthma, Colds, 
Coughs, Loss of Voice, 
Bronchitis, Incipient Con- 
sumption, Hoarseness, 
Pain and soreness of the 
Breast, and all Difficulties 
arising from a sudden 
Cold, readily yield to its 
healing powers. Ask for 
the California Hall's Pul- 
monary Balsam. Sold by 
all Druggists. 



For Waanins 
Bhlrta, $1 60 per doz.; small pieces, SGo. per 
' s. At the What Cheer laundry • 



Jlftnnlnc's, 

The only p'acs south of Market Btreat to 
get a good dlBh of Oysters, California or Eastern 
Transplanted, la at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Saloon, comer Howard and Third, late 
of the Blue Wing Salosn. l 



Watches and Jewelry, 

Very low. at H. A. Calender's. 62 Second 
sir- u, corner of Mission. d 



Tlae Illaat rated Press (S. F. J 

No. 1, January, 18T3. Sold by tubscrlptlon— 
$1 60 a year. Elegant, choice, cbeap. Sample 
nnsarets, 15 cents. Address Murray, Dewey tc 
Co., 8. F. o 

m 
What Cheer Lannary 
U tbe best lanndxr In San Franolsoa. * 

• 

Best Quality of Dosakin 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Oheer Laundry x 

■cDewell, Shew Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, hoom 10, 
60S MarKet atrret cor. Poet and Montgemory. u 

Do YOU Know 

Tbat with Buttebios's Faxtxbmb you can out 
and make any garment tost perfectly? Send 
postage stamp lor an illustrated catalogue. H. 
a, Demlng, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Baa chine, So. 113 Seamr street, between Batter 
tnd Post. Sab Francisco. • 



J. R. GATES & CO. 

PBOPEIETOBB, 

Corner Saniome and Oommerclal at< 
jal3 tl 



LEWIS & PANDER, 



STOVES, RANGES. 
all hinds or Oookn 



TINWARE AND 

e Utei5Sila.No. 38 

GEARY STREET, betwaa Kearny and 
Dapont. ji8 3m 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Sao Francisco Savings Union, 538 Cali- 
fornia street, corner of Webb. 

POR THE HALF TSAR ENDING WITH THE 

■ 3'st December. 1872, a dividend has been de- 
clared at tbe rate of nine and eii-teotno (.96-10) 
»Br cent, per annnm oa Term Deposits, and eiebt 
(f<) percent, par annnm on Ordinary Deposit*, free 
pi FKderalTaz on Deposits, payable on and after 
13tb January. 1673. Br order. 
df3iiw LOTHLL WHITE. Oaahler. 



FREE AND EASY. 

KV£BY 8ATVRDAT NIGHT. 

Piano ana Sinelno; at 8 JP.M. 
D. BARRY, Obairman. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

COO UlMloa street, near Second. 
d«10 J. EAGLEB, Proprietor. 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

ess Sacramento street, 

(The First House below Kearny street,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
Help of all kindB.-Gen€ral Bn-ineea *rency 
Collect Rent*, Nstee snd Acconots: Wbit* and 
Chinese Laborers supplied for FamilieB. Hctele. 
Firmf, Faotorief . etc. 

CHAS, F. BECHkKEK A CO., 
de2S lm 65s Sacramento atreeU 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



....FOB THE.. 



UTEJ-VV Y3B.A.: 



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CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE B0MANCEAND BEALITY 
OP THE PEBI0D. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 



CS BT WILKIE COLUSS, 



Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "Podarers," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 

— i — 

SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charles Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE TAXjIK:. 

By Olive Harper, Id 

The Golden Era 



TOM jBk.. BAYtrS'B 

Ft-nllleton, In) 

The Golden Era. 



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SKETCHES, FASHION GOSSIP, 
AMTTSKMENTS, LITEBATCBE 
AND AST, AX8WFB8 TO COB- 
B£SPCNJ)£NT8, ETC. 



rr\WR "GOLDEN ERA" 18 TBE OLDEST 
X Weekly Paper in tbe State, permanent); 
established, and more widely circulated at home 
and abroad tban asy other oo the Pacifio Ooast. 
In Os'lforcia, the Atlintio Statee, and thronghonb 
the entire fluid of its ereai and rapidly increasing 
circnlation, the "GOLDEN KBA" rs oniTersslly 
regarded as a literary and family journal of une- 
qualled excellence. 

To Advertisers. 

The "GOLDEN ERA" is a weloome Sunday Tts- 
itor in every Home and Household, and as an 
advertising medium its advantages must be appa- 
rent to business men. 

TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS, 

The Goldtu Era, far One Year, S3 GO ; 
for Six Months, &8 tiO. 

Subscriptions to be paid in advance. 

The Golden Era and Peteraon'a Ladles* 

National Magazine, One Tear, $5. 

sTTHE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 
Carriers in tbe city at ll-< ceuta per week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA. single copies, Ten Cents. 
For aale at all News-stands. 

Office of the Golden Era, 

540 Clay street San Francisco 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACIFIC STONB COMPANY OALL 
the •evecial attention of Architects. Engin- 
eers, and the public in general, to tbe SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of tbe Stone now being manufactured) 
by them in tbisoitj under tbe Ransome Patents. 
They make to order and keep In stock: 
Building Fronts, Water Pipe, 

bI&Ilb, Monuments, Fountains, 

Tiles, Copings for ~Walhs 

Filler*, etc., etc. 

Together with Raasome'a celebrated Free-Grift 

Grindstones, alt of wbiob we guarantee superior, 

and at a price far t elo * tbat of band-cut work. 

sy-Tbe atteotioi of private parties intending to 
build ie respectful y solicited. 
Office, No. lOhUSa STREET. San Francieoo. 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 




L. BLAIR'S, 




B. F. 8TEBETO 



PKHTEK 



i MANUFAUTUKKRI 
— AND— 

RKFAIBKBi 



THOMAS W. BREE, 

SIIiVER FliATEK 

@$ DRUMS, BANJOS, 

^C*' — AND— 

OlUCB MV8ICAL L\8TRmKl«78 

ESTABLISHED IN 1SOS. 

aVLecsons Riven on tbe Bnoio aud Drum. AV4S 
UISSION STKHET. between First and Second. 



XV-A.JFL! 

Declared Again** the Whole TPorld and 
ihe JKest of Munklod. 



PATENT EAGLE bLAOKING -WARRANT- 
ed superior to any io tbe market. Manufac- 
tured by MOORE A CO, I*o. «tO Leid^Hdorfl 
etr'At, s. F. Direoiot s for U^e: Wben found too 
thick, add a little water. Keep tbe botUe well 
corked. Sold by all Grocers, tiruggisf, ere. d21 




TRAVS aiwai a on band. 



Alfred Tetter,- 

Manufacturer and 
importer of 

BIRD CAGES, 

S&S Dupont, 

XEAR SUTTER STREET, 

See my stock of Bird 
Cag'S before purcbaeipf 
p mwhere. AiwajBeome— 
■ i:i; dsw on hand. My 
Pater t Cac-s, made of 
Tin Wire, are warranted 
FRKKFKOM YEKMIN 
Also, beBt quality tka 
do 2i I tf 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

643 KKARKY STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT < 
the abort 69 optic? All Pines aud 
Cigar Holders wxiinnted genoine, and 
to color wed. Mwit cbaum Pip« b aid 
walkiog Canee Muoor.-a and Repaired 
at lowest J> a-tern Pr-i-Cp, ,'inrl with tbe beet work- 
manship. A large aatonment of Walking Oanes 
aud Kaccy Goods ol every detcriptioo always on 
hand. no 21 lm 



The Popular Beverage 

CONGRESS WATSR FROM THE PACIFIC 
Congress Springs, n<>ar<SaDt*0lara. Indorsed 
by tbe Medical Facoliy its curative powers being 
equal to tbe celeb »t«d < 'one rei-s w«ter from tb» 
SprinRB of Saratofta, New > ork. Depot removed 
from VM Kenny street to New Montgomery. on& 
door from Uoword. Families supplied dally. Lib- 
eral diasonnt to the trai. e, i ud orders attended to 
promptly. de25 1m 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 

TUB OLDEST 
and most popu 
San Francieco._ The Tables are sup- 



E3TABLI8RED 
and most popular Restaurant in 



%91 



GEORGE MAYES 1 : 

fYEALEK-IJ 0\BTJlK»!-OLAilB 

i/^Ki<i«l] kind, 01 SHKLL FISH. . 
SUUeNos. 40, 11, vt, Ohfornia' 
Market, 6Dtr,0C6 00 Ctiforori street. ' 

Public or private pirtiea ijd lemiliee .npplied 
from B a.m. to 12 p. M. LAdtes' Bod Oeot'eineQ'0 



DR. IV. A. PAYNE. 

THIS OET.ERRA'FD PHYSICIAN HAS RE- 
moved tiH ' ffiC'- from tbe Bus* Home to bis- 
Elegant buiaeot Room', >o. -l ■ O Kearny street. 
He tells your diseate witroot a question. Do act 
fail to uall. All cbrooic D>eea8eB treated escoese- 
fuilv. del9lm 



Bar Sugar 

"POR SALE-518 KEAKNY STBEKT. AT 

J MEKOKF.'S. AUo, every kind of OapdieB 
Wholesale and Retail. 
oo' tf 211. A. MfBtTK. 



Indian Queen Range. 

The Best in tlie Market 

MASUFAOTURED BY 

CALEB At. filCKLFR, 
oclStf 4SO an. tes Krarn 




NEW YORK PRICES 

HALL'S PIANOS 
For eale at No, \M 
< yler street. Call and 
examine lor yourseWea. 
soy-Tha nnly Oallfor- 
nia-uada Piano oo th* 
tWaU 




«c» Prltw. 

• SI MC(V(0 SI Q 

J Ilais! Hats! j 

6 Priw 0»« Del 

i hi 



^CinROPOLITAN THEATRE 
[ ifeit Senihat if \U Smsw 

L >ui.,'ie Yellow Hat! 

The Yellow Hat I 

Iwenty Thousand Persons. 



!flW ALuAMBRA THIATS1. 



LAMl w 



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Mj^** 



'turn 



i he Yellow Hat 

•m4rt(u\ 

■agatfeMt Sccnrrt. 

Hattalloa or Amum*, 

Brilliant Armor, 

BUrtlinr Mechanical Meets, 
per* Variety Kntrrtainiiipnt. 

VtrHai I 

* r miles. Tricks and Novelties, 

rur 

'^lUJME OF PERFECTION! 



T*. ***** r«*mif>c • CmMmUh •! AunMiow 

Mflt •!»• ,»d i» M) Tk«*U*. 



EMERSON MINSTRELS 

Throo croixupo-nioai Oonsolidated 

THM SVERIRO JANUARY 13 

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....B. A1NHLKY ScaTI eiKhRK J. HUIUN.-.ON 

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SuLDIKK>. I-LAKANTS, KIU. 



MONDAT BVEKISO. J.nuarj SOth-Fir.t AppaAruco of 

JOHNNY j»>j-EN. MISS ALICE HARRISON, and K'TTK 6 .^? 1 .*?: 

THIS THBA.TRE DOES NOT AUVKKTlSE IN THE "CHKOMCLE."' 

91 Ow I I'firqtiettr .. 

.".<» t mta I l*i -tvate iloxce 

F All BlllJ against the Albambra Theatre moat do preoented hereaiter on Monday. 
r Performance to commecco punctually at eight o'clock. 



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aie KtiEir itiut. 

A WONDERFUL BUSINESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

Is stBiw esTerUis; crtatfr BaraxatlDS tsian have 

ever beee. ofrrrj im **■□ FrmHClsco. 

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Freaa which we sre dally rceelvlog: Oouili 
hesujht at the lewest Gash Prices 

XZsT OUR.HEKTOY. 

OUR MOTTO IS TO 

X L and Undersell All 

JUST RECEIVED, 

LMO a>«i r , Cosslssere Paats, worth SO OO, to be 

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C«a dona White Shirt*, worth SI SO, to be sold 

•t TJS eeati. 
Cf caiet or Heavy Vnderclothlos;, AOe to 81 SB. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

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0»e Door from Coiw.erel.1 

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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... CIBOULATES IN .... 

All the Theatres, 

AND IS 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

IN THj* VKAB. 

8ENERALLY THRODeHODT THE CITY 



On the BOATS and CAB8 



THE OLD 

Hot Scotcn, 

1G M.-rlon Nlrccl, near Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM 4IW JERRY IN TOWN. 

AIwais on 8le the New York Hartld, Harper's 
■Weekly, Krank Leslie's, Jitg'B Doing*, Polioe Ga- 
mde, all tbe OsliforDia papam, iilr>o Lundon 
1'fjiiLiii. Hell's Life. Illustrated Loadou News. Call 
sad »a"8fy yourself. 

sV Doa'l forget the aiga of tbe Hot Sootcb. 

At>Ut CHARLES WM. FELDMAN. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AMD. .. 

T O M and J E R R. Y, 

OO TO TIU'. BRANCH 

Hot Sooton, 

a8S Sutter streett Bear Kmiiij, 

All r>i-iiijks Ten Cents 

HOT CHOWDER ETEBY XI OUT. 
no I S 1 1 JOS. D- BRIGOS. TropriBtor 

DRESS JWAKINC. 

MRS. M. F. BISHOP. NO. 16 O'FARRBLL 
. trei-t, (fl the p'aoe for Lidles and etra.nsera 
TialtlDg tbe oity to Dave their Dres^eB mnde la 
Style, sod a perfooi fit. &t s moderate prioe de'9 

RICHEDA FAMILY 

{Formerly of (Marina's Royal Italian Circtts) 

WILL GlVELKHSONS UN THIC VIOLIN OR 
(luilfir, at, rnnldt'noftB (if required J , or Lir 
pish Mosio for Italia or Parties, at modnrats 
ohsrges. Reetdenoe, Suit Montgomery ntreet 
corner Jsokson. HoomL'o, It. 4el2 Ira 

J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. ■ccob'I and Tehuma streets. 

B-Torr&pin ooastantly on hand. 

Ojetfrs in every style. PRIVATE 

SUPPKR ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 

dea 31 1 m 

CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OP 
the Tbeatrlosl Profession in • aliforuia pro- 
bosti forTilng classes for i"StrnOtion In Hlocniion. 
Persons wishing to stsiI tb'-inselves of the oppor- 
tunity of acquiring s os. fnl s-rt At s raodcrate oast 
can esnd in tibolr names to "Oarobjeeo " P. 0. Box 
2334, when particulars as to term*, etc.. will bo 
sent to them. daSt 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 I 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon beheld Hf If not, you've a treat 

At SQUARZA'S PDNOH SALOON, In Kearny street, 

There BONA, dleolple of GREAT SQUAKZA, 

DltpenseB famed Magio Punobei; ratbsr 

The most dellolotiB mixtures yst reoorded; ' 

And have with many medals beeo rewarded! 

Ladles their CORDIALS there can sip at leisure,— 

Their "TEARS" appeaaa,— and Men gain " LADJIP:h 

PLEASURE." 
To allay connubial differenced and pain, 
In "ANTI-DIVORCE" you can your end attain. 
Sip of the potent extract but one taste, 
Your arm, consoling, straight Is round her waist 
Onoarf vbsta "MORNING COMFORT" In tbe klsi 
That heals the ptisrrel and Imparts the blissl 
The "WELCOME" too, yon'll always flad 
A balmy soother for tbe troobled mlud. 
The bright ,( AUROBA,"and the sweet "PABBWELtL, 
Just visit BONA, and you'll all fare wolll 
His "HYOIENIO BIT TEttS" are tha panacea 
For all dyspeptlos and for dlarrhosa. 
No Cholera Uorbna ever has been found? 
Where "HYGIENIC BITTERS" knock ai-ouQC 
BONA and BQUARZA, spite of all detractors., 
Have proved the Nation's greatest benefaotorar 
Fall fori'? iiT-font ii.*it.nf;K -.1 i i't i yoa'Jl And 
To aid the Man— Invigorate the mlndl 
Not this alone— a Welcome yon will meet 
At B0NA'8-f8Q0ABZA'S)-S17 KEABNT 8TBEET: 
Bemember, too, not this famed place to pass; 
ALL SPLENDID XJQU0BS BBT ONE BIT A OLASC* 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 

THE FCRST PREMIUIW 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairs- 



CIOK SALE wnolHAOl i«B BTtlll 
•t the old citablUkaaeol, lS»t«i*0.««»» 
oppoilt. 'What Cheer Bonn 



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rHK JOUKKAL OF AJTOSEKXHIi. 

Publlsbal **.it Dw »> ">• Ye *' *» 
J. I». BOOABDTJS 

SBS Merchant »""1 ««« WlAWUi «• 

Below Mool««meiT. »•» TnncUx. 



MONDAX JASUABI 13, 1873 



AMUSEMENTS. JEtc 

California Theatx«. 

[nissat* aodieoo** "ere prtnotH the malines 
*ad evening performance of "Aladdia " oa Satur- 
4 V . xt.it piece will be presented ibis svening with 
ell iv4 »t'.r»ctioc«oI toe knctan'.ed Cavern, prts- 
SBetis fountains, acrobatic acts by M. Caron and 
ofcildren, aod new ftataroi, coaprlelcg itw aan- 
oasin the belWt by M'iln Betty and Emily Kigl 
aeomieinsiromtotalact bj M.Oarou. and La Ma- 
nola bj M ilea Batty and Emily Rial. The pice 
will oocclada with lb* Ballet de Ohinoll. With 
tb«» eddttioas "Aladdin" would roe to a good 
amain* aa for at leaat two weeks longer, bat it mast 
aepositivsy withdrawn alter Satarday next as' 
Joba T. Bay mood will oommaace an eBgagemen t 
•b tbe followim Monday la a new comedy adapted 
from the Freocb by Charles Horseman and W. J- 
Florence, eatitled 'Torbiddca FrolL" 

Metropolitan Tli-atre. 

This boaae was erowded both at matinee and 
evening perl* nance on Satarday. Tbe gorgeous 
spectacular play el "Fbe Yellow Hat" will be pre- 
aented Ibis evening with the addition of M. Jlti- 
eana Uctslay, M. Aocoa.e Baislay, Master Joa- 
lom Bottler, and Master Ktlsnne Botslay. This is 
tbe last wetkof the "Velio* Hat." Oo Monday 
ereaiag next tbe regolar dramatic season will 
commence and Miss Augaaia L . Daigon will make 
bar nxei appearance in California. 

Alb am bra. 

Tbe msDVceeaeat aanoinca tbe laet week of the 
Bmerson Minstrels prior to their departare for 
the interior, J bnay Allen. Miss Alice Harriton, 
and Little Mao msktng their first appearance 
OB Monday next. Th" bill for this week is a very 
goad one. It comprises as excellent first part 
the act of "Tbe Somnambulist" by Bob Hart, Add 
By man and J. Robinson ; Billy Emerson in bis 
"Kaleiodoscope of Novelties; "Let all Obey," by 
J. G. Ro&aell; Grant vs. Office Seekers, by Billy 
BmarsOn, Sam Rickey, Add Byman and others- 
a oew oTertora composed by Thoa. Baker, and the 
pantomimic spectacle by Bob Hart entitled "The 
Bandit." in which the wbole company will appear 

Bella Union Theatre. 

A great bill is pre* en ted at this home. It gave 
the greatest SAiisfaotion to tbe large audience 
present co Satarday night and last night. J. H. 
Larkia ana G'»rrie Armstrong hire made a decided 
hit in tbeir new song. "Dot Sail ear Boarding 
HoDsg ;" Misses Jenny WorrtJl and Lillie Hall are 
very popular insoa** and dance; Cogi II andOoopere 
'I'm Going Home,' oompoeed for them by t. 
Zimmer, is a great success, and Miss Jenny Wor- 
rell in "Nan tbeG>od for Nothing" is delightfully 
piqaantaand original: Tbe billet of 'The Til- 
I age Ooqsette" closes the evening's .niertainment. 
The Ath-neuni 

New attractions will be offered at this house to- 
night. Tbe management announce the engage- 
naeut sod first appearance of Miss Agoes Kenne- 
dy, the talented vocalist and actress, end also of 
Mist Fauoy Mandeville. The fermer will appear 
in her protean specialties and also In ths standard 
fare* of "Curtain Lectures." in which she 'Will 
assume the character of Mrs. Simon Lullaby 
Tae full programme appears oo our first page. 

Woodward's Gardens. 

G. Baislay made a successful balloon ascension 
at thete gardens oa Sunday in the presence of 
thousands of people. There are animmensenuxn- 
4»er of attractions on every day of the week. Next 
Snadly G. Baislay will make another balloon as- 
cension accompanied by M'lle Stacey. 

F. W Bert. 

This gentleman, one of the managers of the 
Metropolian Theatre, left this momiDg 
for New York to engage talent and saenre 
ootsI attractions in the way of new plays, etc , 
for the Metropolitan. Mr. Bert expeots to be 
gone about ten weeks. Be will stop at Chicago 
one weak en route, and tend on some novelties 
from there if they cm be obtained. There are 
whispers of a new theatre In embryo in connection 
with this movement thongo we can find oat noth- 
ing d- finite in regard to it. There bave been so 
eaany romore of tbe kind that we bave become 
very skeptical about them. 

Operatic talent in San Francisco. 

If we do not bave an opera teason soon it will cer- 
tainty not be for lack of artistes. There is an im- 
mense amount of operatic talent Ida*, idle a 
present. Madame Agatha Stat. a. Madame Inez 
Fabbri, Signora Adeiioa Sp-raozi, MidB Ann e 
McKenzte, Signora Laigia Bernard!, and Miss 
Anna R oan tag g. prima donnas, soprano; Signor 
Bacosi. Signor Bia.chi. Signor Morley, and still 
anotherwho has nit yet appeared, tenors; Signor 
Orlandioi. Jacob Mailer. Sigaor Manendi, Signor 
Kosri, and a new artiste, wbo came ont with the 
tenor above referred to, under engagement to 
Signor Speracza.bariLooei; Signor Rigo.andoar 
•wa Roccoviori, besai; Sigoora Bianobi, Miss 
Annie Elzer, centralios; Miss Mary Wsdaworth. 
charming ia lite t operas, such as "Orispino e let 
Camarr. 'aad "II BarLieredl 8iviglia;"a host of 
ohorus alegars, and an amount of orchestral ta1en t 
not surpassed in any city in the Union, New York 
and B.etoo excepted. All we need is rich men 
wito a t»ate for muaio who are willing to pay five 
dollars for seats in tbe frcut rows as they do in 
fiarope. 

-J. T. Raymond. 

This favorite comedian who is to commence an 
ongagementatthe California Tneatrs on Monday 
next arrived from Salt Lake last night. 

The Hohtictltcral Hill Skatik 

Skating aaaembl es, Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
ning. Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thurs- 
day afternoon and evening, an J batuxdey afternoon 
Bad evening. 

AffiTosnoAL Mcaerji-.-OM ot the most 

tomptete collections of tae kind in the United 
Btetea, comprising hundred! of costly and bean- 
tlfoi wrx models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
•nly> i^t.ne Muasam-oo Montgomery street. Aa 
tear our be profitably enent ben. 



Hoi ay Punches. 

There are no Pucahee for the Holiday tatleg 
ttut compart with Squsrm's. EqusrzVs Pnnchee 
are fhmeus for the high art shown in their man- 
ofaoture, the happy combination of wholejome 
tonics, .lJ their delicious flavor. Bona, the 
dUetple of the great Sqnarxa. has prepired 
forty different kiDd of punches and cor dials for 
the H *lJdsy ubles. For sale at the new branch, 
317 Kearnv etreet. or at the Old Headquarters, 
120 Leideedcrfr street. — K ~ 



An Abamrd Attempt. 

The Wcverly plaoo "Gazstte "and tbat 
very mean lit la paper the "Post," which ia 
now only a tender to the first-Earned sheet, 
continue to lie bravely about ths Albambra 
theatre, because, the management of that 
home do not consider them ot enmxent im- 
portance to adyertise in. They tell ailly lite, 
lies which are evident to every one »ho 
visits the Alhambra. Bometime> they say 
the dre83 circle is in danger of falling with 
the weight of the people, at others they say 
there ia a beggarly array of empty benches; 
all thie has no effect, every one goes to the 
Alhambr* and will continue to go as long aa 
the attractions are kept up. Now the Chron- 
iole ia trying to teach Thomas Maguire how 
to manage hia theatre. The Pest Bays that 
from the day Billy Emerson arrived from 
the East, there was a steady and even rapid 
falling off of the popularity of the theatre. 
The fact ia that for the first two weeks there 
wis no standing room after eight o'clock, 
and tbe houses bave been good ever since. 
When the public are fully aware of the mo- 
tives which actuate these attacks it ia absurd 
for these papers to persist intham. The 
Waverly Piace Gazette however baa a char- 
acter so utterly bad that nothing can ioj ore 
it, and as to tbe Post it has no character of 
any kind, good or bad. 

A Lively Town. . 

Thoss who look back with a longing to 
tbe days of '49 c^n find something to remind 
them of them in Pioche : 

The Pioche Record says it likea to pee a 
certiin amount of conviviality, but when it 
s?es the wbole town beastly intoxicated and 
lyiuz aioan'l on tbe sidewalks and curled 
up in dry goods boxes, il retminds it forcibly 
"coat tbtre is no vice, which, in one biacic 
and awful gulf, swcllows up bo much of 
hops and happiness ta drabkenne=s." 

Bays the Nevada State Jonrnal: 

Pio.-he wants a Morgue. Tbe city is ex- 
tremely healthy— nobody ever dies a natural 
death there. When they they think a man 
hes lived long enough, they quietly kill him. 
Th.3 Coroner is rapidly acquiring wealth. 



M'Ue and aim*. 

A Paris correspondent argues tbat a mar- 
ried woman on the stage exercises leas mag- 
netismover an audience than a Bingle woman 
does ; that the fact that she belongs to 
another, that her brightest glances, sweetest 
dimples and moat mhsical tones are f jr him 
unconsciously diminishes her influence ; 
and states in illurtratiqn that there were of- 
fered in Paris what were called Christine 
Nilsson watches, wfaiob had a great sale, 
but when she took a husband their demand 
so sensibly diminished that the proprietor 
changed their name. 



Picked Himieif TJp. 

Quinn, tbe actor, told £ady Berkely, who 
was a beautiful woman,, that she looked 
blooming as the spring: but, recollecting 
thai the season was not very promising, he 
added, "I wish the Spring would look like 
your ladyship." 



Robinson's Christmas Dinner. 

Tkifl is Robinson's accouBt of a Christmas 
dinner: "For soup we had corn soup, made 
of the extract of corn, ssssoned with lemon 
and s agar. The fish must have been eels, 
as it slipped down my throat so easy— as 
easy as whisky. Then a bird, which was a 
robin. I know it was a robin, because it wes 
a-robbin' my head of what few brains were 
left in it. For meat we bad something 
strong, which must have been mutton. The 
sauee was essence of corn, tied up in glasB- 
ware. Entrees— corn cakes, with the cake 
part of it left off, and the corn reduced to 
a liquid state. For desert we had corn turn 
overs, beoauss wewaa obliged to turn over a f- 
ter eating them. I don't know anything about 
the pudding except tbat a Dutch policeman 
said that I must be pud-in the station. I 
don't knowwbyihe said so, as I bad nothing 
to drink with my dinner." 



A Happy- New Tear. 

What a plea-: are it is to meet a smiling counte- 
nance, whether it ba on the Etreet or in the par- 
lor. And why is it tbat some faces wearacootin- 
nally happy look ? It is simply becsnse they live on 
a plain, nutritions and substantial diet. Tbat man 
ia a public benefactor who will conscientiously 
serve ns with a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Louie Meyers, nroonetor of the "White 
House." Kearny street, also of the Capitol Res- 
taurant, Fourth street, does it. as hundreds can 
enthusiastically testily. His kitchens are marvels 
of order and cleanliness. Try him, and 500 will 
find it impossible to eat elsewhere. 



Something: IV ew. 

Wm A. Hubbard's manufactured mt&ses' and 
lufanl'a garments and ladies nndtrwesrln suit*, 
are famed for their superiority of make and tes- 
ters all over the Union. Mr. Oeo. W. Amldon, 
tbe authorized agent ot Mr. Hubbard, has estab- 
lished a depot of these goods at 218 Second at, 
for wholesale and retail trade. A liberal dl:- 
count to the trade. j 



Still AUve: 

When looking for Holiday presents, go to the 
Ksw Tons Photogbafh Gai.leby, No. 35 Third 
etreet. and see these beautiful portraits In oil, 
water-colors and India-irk. Prices from one* 
third to one-half cheaper than at any other 
flrEt-clasa gallery In the city. Bemember the 
place— B. F. Howlacd & Co., 25 Third st. P 



To AerBEssifl.— For sale at a great sacrifice 
at 58 Geary street, six elegant Bilk dresseB, une- 
qualled for quality and style. a 



Diamond Catarrh Remedy 

le a sure cure for Catarrh or Colds, Ask your 
druggist for it, or Bend to Dr. A. P. Bvox, No. 
9 Poet etreet. z 



S«win«T Machine* tor Sale or to Bent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 

Yills'a Adjustable Treadle. x 



SONG. 

It matter* not though day discover 
Eqw fsjtet&e joje I fondly knew; 

When nlgut and *lamb< r round me hcver. 
In dreams a 1 , least I hud thee irae. 

Though all the day's long hoor* of f adnesi. 

My weary life fl-iwe on in pain, 
The nifiht filiall bring unwoottd glandness 

And B lv « * bte t0 m y t onl a 8*-n- 
Odco men thy lips with watm ltuj-raeelon 

Sha'l lay their gentle teal on mine; 
Again with shrinking, sweet co. f-stioa, 

Thy tender eyes tefcratne sbh-e. 

Thy cheee; with my cheek soft'y meEtlng, 
Thy twining armo around me thro wn, 

I'll watch how fast ibe night 1b fl-eting, 
And count thy tiear;-be*ti tfcro' mine own. 

Oh, happy night, and weary waklug, 
When dawns tbe day-alar, cold and bluel 

■Tis daylight tells how teart3 irelrslblng; 
In dreams alone I find thee true! 

— Galary, for January. 

Greedy San FranciBDol 

We never folly appreciated the justioe of 
the complaints of the interior towns and vil- 
lages against San Francises until a few days 
ago. It ia the habit of tbe country pipera 
to represent San Francisco as a large devil- 
fish BtretehingitaantennEeoutover the State 
and sucking its lift-blood. The country, 
they aay, is drained of everything to sup- 
port San Francisco, anil San Franchico gives 
nothing back. We did not appreciate the 
justice of this, we say, until a short time 
ago we stayed over night in Saucelito. Hie- 
ing early we ta^v wagon aitur wagon laden 
with milk-eans go to the boat and start fox 
the city of San Francisco. At noon we were 
athirst, and as we were in the country, nat- 
urally longed for milk. We went to one 
hotel after another— there are thrte hotels 
and a good restaurant in Saucelito— and 
asked for a glaSd of milk, proffering gcod 
coin for it. We were told they had no milk 
—were out of milk. We saw a large sign 
over a grocery store, "Milk Depot;" here, 
we thought, we Bhall find plenty of milk, 
and perhaps cream. We licked our lips like 
a sybaritic tomcat in expeetat on of a feast, 
and went to tbe " milk depot." We wees 
told there was no milk — " it had all gone to 
San Francuco." We interviewed two nice 
looking but gen tee 1 ly thin catB who were 
sitting on the steps of the "depot," and as- 
certained that they had never from their 
earliest kittenhood tiBtad milk. They had 
some' record of a time when Saucslitu cals 
used to drink milk, but it was aa uncertain 
a tradition as that abont tbe deluge. This 
is only one instance in which San Francisco 
thoroughly drains the Sti.te of good things. 
Weanppoie in many sections of the State 
tharewas not a turkey to be found at Chris- 
mas time— all had been aent to San Fran- 
cisco. The California farmers Bend all their 
fresh butter to San Francisco and eat New 
York salt butter. Any one going over to 
Saucelito will do well to take a little milk 
and some new-laid eggs with them, as such 
things are rare in the country. 

Voltaire's definition of pbys.cian is "An. 
uDfortunate gentleman, espeotad every day 
to perform a miracle; namely, to reconcile 
health with int mperanc?." 



.fclGnltli ana. pleasure. 

•j'rjere are not too many pleasures la San 
Franclsoo. Kot hing la mere pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into tne conn* 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, can find one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage stand. Frank Eon- 
ion has there, and at hia stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, hia charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above le; 
40 to Frank Bouton at the Occidental Hotel 
s/ben you want a carriage. o 



The Choioeat Confeelionery. 

John H. Bomer has just opened a new and 
harMeome confectionery store at 126 Kearny 
street, whore oan be obtaloed superior finely 
flavored confectionery of all kinds. Balls and 
partifB suppliied. J 

WfASStalxiar fletumoa In One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 

LSAUdtT, 

Hats for Holidays. 

- the" Hat Store, G47 Washington street (sec- 
ond hat store below Kearny) , ia the place to go 
to buy you; holiday nata. finest hate, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat store In the day. 
Bemember, Mo. 617, second hat atore below 
Kearny, on Washington street- » 



Fhotourapblc Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the People* Art 
Qai;ery, Si Third street between Stevenson and 

Mission .street, ? 



Wfalteiier. 

James C Sellers, SI Second street. 



X>r. Bariow J. Smltli. 

Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology end Kervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 % o'clock. 
Apart of the evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations in regard to health 
to invalids daily, from 9 to 4p m , free. w 

A. Pleasant I-.ocfl.tln r). 

Persona desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The buildup Is a verv fine one and is well 
lighted tad ventilated.. 



Holiday Candies, 

Fresh, sweet and dellolous Candies, of every 
varfcty, atH. A. Merctr'a pioneer confection- 
ery, 578 Kearny street. Wholesale ana retail, a 

A.n Old LEndmark. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the H. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the laet 
eleven years for keeping the b«t Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meersebsum pipes, etc. r 



Claievovakt.— Madame Clara Antonla, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Tranoe Medium, 
has removed to 323 Kearny at. Consultations in 
English, French and German. 1 

Jones •& Schroder's 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can bs obtained only 
ataao Bueh itreet, nearly oppce.teihe Alham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Hart eats it. and they all 
eat it. Only the best brands of Liquors bot- 
tled for family use. q 

leaver Buckle Haspenderg, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
rfhers — at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



Everybody Suited. 

There la no end to the multitude of fashions 
lo haw. At " The" Bat Store, 647 Washington 
Street (second hat etora below Kearny) , all tb ese 
nrw styles can be found. The stock Is immense 
—the prices are reastTDeble. Everyone who 
goes there is sure to be suited. b 

Gentlemen, Attention! 

For the meat comfortable and luxurious shave 
be sure and call at O. L. Susand's Palaoe Shaving 
and Halrdressing Saloon, 224 Montgomery at., 
opposite Base House, up*stai». Only the most 
skillful axtlBta employed. a 



OOO JPetlrs ot Socks, 
At all prices, att he What Cheer Laundry, * 

For a safe and efficient Beauttfteb or the 
Complexion, nee Dzckxi's Fjwous Cbjqie de 



FIGARO 



CIRO0LATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
OTery Theatre m San Pranoiaco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 
oat the centre of the oity, in all Hotels, Ree- 
taarants, Saloona, Sterea aod Offices. 



FIGARO 

13 CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland Ferry Boats to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by thegreax Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Oregon— the papers left in the theatres at sight 
being gathered up and saved for that purpose. ZZ" 



FIGARO 

IS "HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a obaDee of readers 
in tbe Theatiee, Traveling Conveyances, Hotels, 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST SOCIETY, 18 
placed in tbe hands of nearly all who come 
to the city to make purchases, and is therefore the 
best of advertising mediums. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Savlnga and loan Soelety. 

THE BOABD OP DIRECTORS HAVE DK- 
clared a dividend of nine (9) per oent ner 
annom on Term Deposits, and seven and one half 
(i«) per oenu per annum on Ordinary Deposits, 
freeof Federal ' Tax, for the B ix months ending- 

R*°y5 b- f 1 H '' 8:72 ' D *y* bt » on «"J »"er JaooarJ 
la, 1872. By order. 

Q « GEORGE LETTE, Secretary. 

Ban Frasouoo. DeoeaberSl, 1B72. je3 2tr 

wm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRE0T0R1 

Bookseller* and Station,.*!-*. 
EL H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Business Colleges. 
Heald's, Bryaot & Btratton's College, 34 

Untchera, 
KatE, Fred, Stalla 9s to 100. California, Market, 

Bras* Fonnderle*. 
Weed tt Kingwell, California, 135 First st. 

French Funcy Good*. 
Looan A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sattac, 

Unman Halav - ■ *■***) 
Sampson, A. B. A Oo„ 110 Second street. 

Moile sand Mnatcal inatruaneatte, 
KesnB. O. 0., mi tr. aocordians, repairer of alt] 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Maccaronl MnnnfacLnren, 
Erignardello, Maeobiavello A Oo., 706 San*__ 
"Wines and Llqoom. (Whob»ai&.> 
Danen F. A Oo.. 604 Front 

Whl lener, 
James 0. Sellers, No. 31 Second street. 



hb* I 






LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DIbCONTINUED THE PRINTDie | 
Business »t tno corner ol bgorameoto I 
Leideedorff streets, and 

Bemoved to 582 Clay street. 

Will, in fntnre, condnot the same line of basin j 

at tbe new location, in cooaeotion with the office 1 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he has united bis stock and bnsineas 
thus making thia 

THE LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFIDi | 
\H THE STATE, 

And affording noearpaeaed facilities for Prmtln, 
of every description. Personal attention will b )j 
(riven to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONGER" 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engravers stand at tbe head of the proles r 
Bion, as simples on the dead-walls of the city wil 
testify. 

A call is solicited from my friends and tbe pa 
lio at my new quarters. 

H. P. T1TLOR, 

de41m 533 l lay *ti 




«M-*t 



ARID 

Pianoforte 



DECLARED BY THE JUDGES AT A LAT1 1 
Fair of the Ainerto&n Inatitnte, after a blind: 



CCRTAZ, Sole A«ent. SO O' Fa rrell street 
N B— Pianos of all etyies TO RENT. mart ■ 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

ANT AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAT?,, 

made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS oa OUT 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tb' 
amount refunded at the office of the nndersigna: 
upon tbe presentation of an order from th 
Mayor and City and Ooonly Attorney. 
delStf A. A.TJSXOT. 




DAVE aJENOES A CO.. at tb 

_ old original Red Lion, 1© Gear * 

street, between Kenrny and Dnponc, where yo 
oan bave HOT AND COLD DRINKS, not forge! 
ting the old Pioneer Laooh. The "Old S port" i 
always on band. l^__ 



-: 



To the Dramatic Profession 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BB»l 
over twelve years connected with tbe ores* « 
Melbourne, aod is well known by the members 1 
the profession in tbe Colonies, begs to iotima' 
that ne ie prepared to give experienced ad vice i< 
all persons professionally visiting or meditating,. 
visit to the Australian Ooloniea. Fee modern" 
Punctuality in diepatcbine replies may be relil 
Qpon, * 

WILLIAM HENRY WATERS. 
12Victoria Ohambers, -.« Collins street. Ms 
bourne. AnsiraJia. *e« tf 



UHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 

vfn*-*- FINELY FD/" WISHED ROOMS, Mil 

ffjptt Ble or in nn.its, 

jffij'" Well X.j^>*«d «**«* Vestttilftae)** i 

BM'Tff Onforni&ned Kooins to 1st. Lodging wttr; 
or witbtct botr4. AXUAMHK.A BUlLJJJNt'* 
«V Raah-atrAra. noU t* 



CANDIES. 



ALL KIND 1 , Oli THE FIA'EOT ^OAND 
made at our Kteam Candy Faototy daily. * 
orders, especially from tbe country, ars solii 



made at our Steam Cacdr FactOiy daily. A 
wiuors, especially iroia tbe coontry, ars solioifc 
ard will be promptly attended ts. 

/ OANTY A WAONEB. 

IrtT Mrvi^c-mnrr *t. nn'-Sn'ta* 



CENTRAL 

NO. 113 GEARY STKEFTA 
BeBt accommodations for Vt n a TU t 
Faaiiriea in the citj. Private W r A " 11 
entrance forLadi-f. Hair Cutting, Sdaving all 
Sdampooiog. Ohlldrdn'B Ualr neatly cat. LadH 
Shampooing 50 cents. 
!■ 17 In L. COKRIVEAU. Proorietar. * 




MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academ' 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE 
HAYWAEDS. 

IOHT OiKBs , PKOPBIKTO 

Plrst-ClTss XSEotoK 

isl5 Gm 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF G-ENT8* FUJ 
nisoinR Goods to be had aood and obeao. 
the'^LDOORMER." J. LEVY'S, 51U Montgoe 
ery street. .Toatice given to all. Don't foraet tl 
number. 510 Montgomery etreet. dew 1m 



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'lis., I »»««•«"■* ■ 



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rRAVCIKO TIIIDAT. JAHIARY II. in* »**. XTt. - B. 





I 



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ha isws as* 

^ Hits: Bats] g 

a .■ 

FJIrr 

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SS^JHROPOUTIN THEATRE 

"^^.tjiiest S«Kjrioi if the Season 

^ "he Yellow Hat! 



The Yellow Hat! 



HSW ALSA1BBA TuBATBI. 



•«Ai. 






i.\«»i \% i.i.it <>i I III-: 



1 

•J^loj, wenty Thousand Persons. 



EMERSON JWINSTRELS 

Tluroo CoiiiiDaulos Oousolldntod 

i.vr»i«i. - UNCART It 

urn nnm dobibo Tit win. aid aatvbdat Arriaaooa at t. . 



r»i»rt F"lt-»t — I :■■( •t-titlnnioiit ii In Hnlon. 



U T M II DM . 



»« IV ,; 

"-■*.'. -, 

STERE1T. 
■B)MamAJ 




! LANDI 

won ail a] 

nan x t 



the Yellow Hat 

raiaVrful Tr»n«f irniil Ii 
■»jtni nery, 

lUtUllon of Amazon*, 

Itrilliaat Armor, 
ill Colored Lights, 
SUrtlin* MVchauiral Effects, 
tapera Tarirly Knt ri.iinment, 

Endlets Trick* and XoTeltlea, 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

n. •is', fo'atet a Oil .laa a laa al AllracUooa 
aa».l »I«.HaJ !■ tnr Tkaalra. 




Baaaaoa nmraai* 
OLAM ARD Hivmrm 1 1 r 

■ II >KI.»1 SITMl 

• riii w r lion 

TUB SIUT lill. IT BMa-lfli* 

J U HUB.II.I. 
OMM*aa*afl watt fl.B, 

Ooodtoyo. Unci© Steve. 

, i. i . . r . > . utiiiiMi Rao. i i »k'«.i u*onD 



ni«i t» th« aun or nrau 

TT 

rv iiiT'Hu rvna aoaaow, 

win-in «■ mi i 

ii 'Ui.i M 



1'nri Heoanil- 



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TI3LE3 SOM1VA1VI13TJIL.IBT. 



_V"?'** T 



Billy EnorEnsoixr 

In lii» KaldaldloABOope <>< Noreltl6B 



G11ANT vs. Oi?^IOU SBBK.EJH.S, 



ri,F¥. m <rrT4ii at Ibr \\ tallr ■!■•«•*> 



IIII.I.T KHr.R«OV 

. ADD R. MAN I S..K i I*. MAt.O^F V . . .8 A « u 1> K K V 

.R" rr-.v. roi'Ksk I.'.FR Hr>Btr»*mv, s ■ ■ 



;eo it 



i©e iti 



•T- B*t OMm a-nm tfto 9 AM. 1)1 I- It. wh»r» Reserved 
ftMUtMb. mc«M RIX DAY.1 IN AD.AHOR. 

a* iVKtVUOrWHUsI. TO.Miillbiis.n^ 

•tea to tali raja 



OVERTURE-' K bC biThiiwBikT ORCHESTRA 

To conclude) wl h the La.uUful r*n:eraiailc Spectacle, srrauKed by DUB H.VUT, entitled 

TIKLZ^Er S: .^ 3^ !TO ^ "3L? 

C.RRMRUIL. tb'BaaiilCbiaf ...BIB HART 

H.\»'Jio H. AI.Ns kV SO -llj nfchRt J. ItOB'NnuEf 

U >L 7IVUK W. V. HAK B KOMI- HAS sU T ill 

HARTUA. blawlfa Mean J -.AMR SMKnMAN | -.UN I u^B. KlUUARDj 

SuLOInR . Kk 1 8 A NTS, KTO. 



MONDAY EVfcNISQ, Janiary 20th— Fir-t Appearand of 

JOHNNY ALLEN, -MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS TMeiTBti DDES flOC A.fVK.ITI:sE IN THE "CHRONICLE/' 

I»r -• Tlrele »l O . | Pm a-.^u ;■ 

Utrbritra .. «*> »>«nt« 1 I"rlvul« onxci.. 



" AH BUIi Mralnst the Alksoittrs Theatre vooit oe preecated hoteeiter oq Mond»y. 
|£7~ Performance to comtoeace paaotoally at elfft.*. o'clock. 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



• » • mi Jmm 



thii cvr.Ninu 



JAWUARY 14 



ftatM-**'! .1 ™ — -— 

i..~. ' 

Mnrilmor. Parka, PI ion ThT.mp.on! 

"'"*'- !»•■•. »^n 

"••Wl 
M.'ll. L* r«M 
l.di. Ij.iw.waa) 

|M Una 

Manta ru 
"• »•« ■*' ' M.t.l. In. 

•*"•* Klallwla 

<>—'<• f'a.rla. n.am 

rtipi.ia.il. am ...Oo«paiir 

Orana-a 



»-..l l.i I— . . 
HallK Oartiat.. 

Tilkai 



Mill tCKII irimOT 



OraAaafeii 

in Hl» iPtCIAlTltl 



Klv<« >llinil,-N -»vllli Morilmi'i- 



F«lrj IJorr. . 
Ball.d 
ramtr **ag ... 



ail— n.aaa 

• •■■■• I. a r.rrr.l 

M»B»la litTWir 



CURTAIN LECTURES. 
M« .'i«n Lvllabf 1-hirl.rTTiiiaiMn* 

U . Biaaa Laluar - HIM >naa KaoaaA> 



Mr. Iliik-h Robinson in His Chsnuesl 



*i»«»i» Mitilu (raw 
II inr Nula 

• log... 



I \ii* ■Jvtt.Bi.tn-i 

I. ■■■ *'.»nT* 

W-»l».-r I'urka 



UNDER THE CASLICHT! 



Old Rwu. h-jan., 



Km m a Ooarlltat) 



.' h»'l*i TbnTne^Oii 
.... Hmh Hobiason 

... ► r»na Mrtiir.r 
.. Mpilto UForrMt 



»»T»fifi ni««t Dante A, n nixon 

F-trr.l Flww.r MKHIaude 

Non « , Mia* J.* Forma 

lll.hlnn I Flint JUIa. J.I a In,;, lot, 

Parka. ami Diion 



■unit 

ii..! ui> p- 



...MmkbIo Fox 
"Bific Brewer 



To oonolada wl 

Before 



Hu«ti Ro'iiDtota'a I>l d Kketob, 

tlxo JOek.yyv2x I 

'".'"."."..'.V.V.!'.'."! ( Uu « b Koblnaoa 

O. Tbonpaon 



Panni* Ma'pbjr 

■ ii 

Ni'» Mtirattir 

K-m* ,., ■■'" i.jdla LitinifBioa 

Uoru»j B*»o,a»iMaio of thn dpAp'nt. dy* », Mori I mar 

othi.T obaraotera b> tn» Uompaoy. 



ifCHfLttal 



linn 



c. 



■ Dapt 'i**s 

URl^' ■■■'7 



TUJC MUDat l'"iul>« UMl^M. 

t or. «f Co-B-arrclal 
l^lrdeadora* at* 

Kfarar Hr»*l, na- 
puaiie (be riaaa 

■■ A txmMLu 



' I PACIFIC HOUSt,^ 
OLYMPIC HOUSE, 



OnrOeUuratad tl »J wait* Sblrte, Tbaj c t PEnPejrLT,»oJ (or ijaalit./ ani darabiHiy will aaver o« lattaiot. to b» bad only at tbo 

SWCAI.I. AND 8BR THl H XX.Lt H'lTliM irtlitH, <11" Kearny atreet. 




FERNANOEZ & AGUI.iRE. 

FASMIONABLK HArTRftaS. No. 11«« f% 
Knsi nrRU0i\nMrltearsy, a Ho* (J 
aa"ortnient if tlsii and Onu- >n-tanllT OD«rf^ , »V 
band. «v*r Hat« mada to order and raoova'ad la 

toa cen»»t atvle. oi;JJlm 






EPI*5J 



0O« 



A PERFECT RUSH 

KEPT IP 
AT THE OBEAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

U II kllUM H'l'RKF.T. 

A WONDERFUL BUS INESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE" IN AMERICA 

Is a«w ai*erlBK ft*«*ester Bo>|utDi than have 

mwmr bwM offered la •«* Franclaco. 

IVith oar eoPaveellan la 

New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, 

Front arnica wo »re dally r««rlTlog Oootla 
bought a the Uwt.t C.an Pi Icea 

1ST CURRENCY. 
i UR lorru u iu 

X L and Undersell All 

JUST RECEIVED, 

t.tfiO antra Cuaalmvre Panfs, worth SO OO. to be 

aold ut n.i « o. 
*•• deaca White khlna. w-rtb 9}1 GO, to be aold 

at 75 ■■■tin 
M taiet at Dravy Vadare olhiac, tOe to 81 SO. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

VMm »i«. t. ai 0*. Mild elacwhere fr.M Aatafi. 

ALSO AN IklMBNBg 8T00K OF 

lOTIOK, FAIOT SMB., I»ol laH CUT. 

LEX, fiPK, UI.OVK*. TllllACll), 

WATCHUI. RUHUKU OUUBa, 

UOH1BBT, 

Tninlli. Baia, Vallaea, 

AND 1.1 FAUr, BVUBYIUUNO. 

From a, Needle to an Anohor 

OaUaad azinioa oar pno.t. aud latlalj ,oaia.Waa tbat 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

IB THB OBBAT 

IXXa Auction Store, 

•la KRARMT ITBEET, 

Oia Don- fratn Coaaeralal. 

FIIE QUILTED SILK HITS, WORTH SB, FOR SI SO 

•rAMBM Bald* Inn Kliki at T. 



JOHN no:ox-.'s, 




iE_ 



KfOXK JBtIT THE HF.ST QCALITTf Ol? BHA18 

CAN BE HAD AT 

StnllM S. O, California TMnrliot 

FIONKKK BIIOK MAMrAinultl. 




■dFTbamoat KLEOANT CUSTOM »OEK IN THK OITV 
Oall and aianlna toada and prioaa. IIKEKN A MATNaED 

■ «« .•l-r.itiMl.^i.ilnor.nnlh of Bn.h 



3P" 1 <i A mo* 

....TBI.... 

ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

....OLBOUIiATES IN .... 

All the Theatres. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

HI TH< "MB. 

6ENERALLT THR0DQH00T THE CITY 



On the BOATS and CAB8 



THE OLD 
Hot tS CO toll, 

18 Mt>rto. atrcvl, near Keur.F. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM ANO JERRY IN TOWN. 

AlivMH on file the Now York Herald. Hnrpffr'a 
■W.tikiy. Ifrank LMan.i'e, D"s'« Doing', Pulice Oa- 
7, Mlc, Jill toe Unlii-irnia pnpTu. *l-n l.uuOon 
Potion, H<-H'„ Ultt, ll ust rated Loudon New*. Unll 
am. ea f s'y youreelf. 

•AT Dou't format the elga of tbe Hot Scotch. 

dr7t,f OHARLBH WM, 1FLDMA.N. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AlfD. .. 

TOM ana JERRY, 

OO TO TOE BRANCH 

Hot Sootcli, 

<lto Hutttr atreet. nenr Keurn}, 

All Drinlts Ton Cents 

HOT CHUWDIK F.VIKV NIGHT. 

doT.1 tf J QH. P. B TnG^. Pronr'etor 

DRESS JMAKINC. 

MRS. H. F. B'SIUP. NO. 16 0'PABRKLL 
(.'■!• t, IB l.h.- ti'au'i *or L-idina a id aTrapuurs 
Timl.ijii t'Jf oi'y IO ni> Ye ilii-i- Hr s-m m d» la 
stiyla, ami a peifafl lit. a( a mnrlfra'F) o^mn nw 



RICHEDA FAMILY 

{Formerly of Cliiarma't Hoyal Italian Cirmu) 

WILL O. VULf.N.-OMtoN THE VIOLIH OR 
(iiris-, at rf»tieao»a (if requredi, or Fof 
Utah Musia for Ra'la or Partiea. at mod* rata 
ohnrBen. Btaiian-e, 8 '« Mootttomnry it»«1 
ooroar Jaclfon. 0'<m Kn, 11 daia lm 

J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN X-XJ1VCIM, 

Cor. Hecoad im«l Tehtrna streets. 

F*Tarrapla oooataotly on band. 

O.srara in aT*ry atjla. PhlVATa, 

UPPER BOOMS KOR PARIIES, 

di'cSllm 

CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

I^WO OP TBE LKa.OINO MEMHKR!* OF 
• ha Tbaatrloal Pofe-aion in »H'or„la p-o- 
poa« for 'l"K olaeBoefor i atruot.oo in f-tocaiton. 
Faranna wishing, tn »t» I th- maaWaa nf th»nppor- 
tunttT of a-, qmrirjK a M fol art at. a Mad ».»*'." Onab 
caneendioihi.lroa-.«,io "Oambjaaa " P. O Bnx 
2304, abrn partittBiar* U to ttrms. ate., will be 
tan t *a them. rt - 9t 



'dt«» 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

317 Kearny street. 



Have you beheld it? If not, you've a treat 
At FQUAKZW-S P0N0H SALOON, Iu Kearny street j 
Th.To BONA. dliClple of QKG\T SQUAKZA, 
DlBprntea famed Ma^io Puuohe»; rathar 
The moet delicious mix ure-i y»t recorded; 
And ij.ivt with DJADy medals beou ruwardedl 
Ladies th«lr COROI'LH there cau alp at lelrore,— 
Their "TEaR.i" appsaaa,— aud Mou gala "LADIIE3 

PLEASTJRK." 
To allay couMibial dlffcronooB and palo, 
In "ANI'I uiViiil •.<." you oau your «nd attain. 
Sip of the i>olent extract but one taate, 
Hour arm, oonsolluij, strtl^h- Id round her walut 
Queaitwhata ••ilOUNINO OOUi-'OlU" iu the kles 
That heals tha puirrol aui liupuris tlie HUhh I 
Tbe ••WBLOOUfc," to J, you'll alWtyM And 
A b lui> aoothvr for ihs troubled tuli.d. 
Theorlght "AUHUU s.," mid tha sweet "FARE WELL, 
Juet vinlt. DONA. «n 1 you'll all fare vrolll 
His "EtOIENrO BIT rBR4" are tha pansos 
For all dyap^ptlaa sud fur dlarrbooa. 
No Oholera Morbus ever ha* been found 
Where "afOIENIO BITfBRtJ" knock arouua. 
BONA and 3Q U iRZ \, ipU« of all d .itraoter 9, . 
Have provnd ihj Nadaa's %t mean baoefaetoril 
Full rroaPi* luTirsfti hatUQUi d Lm yoa'll And 
To aid the Han— invigorate the mlndl 
Not thJs alone— a Welcome you will meet 
AtBONA'S-f8QCLkKZVi*)-3l7 KGaKN? 3TSTCET. 
Bememoer, too, not this famed plioe to pass; 
ALL BPLENDID LIQ00B8 BUT OHE BIT A OLABS, 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 

THE FCRST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

Ail the Mechanics' Fairs. 



n«B HALE iraOLMAU ABB BtBTAEL 
at the aid eatabllafcaaaal. JBC E>ld«.da-C 
opaaaila- BTkat Ctar Bona. 



THE JOTJBNAL OF AMTTSEJffHI*- 



Published erer, Dex In tie Year "T 
S>. BOQABDITB 




TUESDAY JANUABY 14, 



1813 



4MUSEMKNT8. Etc. 

MeCr«pollt«B Tb^trc. 

■*TD* Yellow Hat* is as popnlar***r*r. The 
olio of rynioasnc performances by lbs woclrt-re 
BalsUy Kamil). introdootd last c.fbt proved 
veryailractlve. Tbe creed irsn.'ormatlo* sees* 

with UssccceMHrersselaluss of seren bsantifu. 

pletores tboeld be_ seen bj ererioo* before tb« 
tw*c* ii wl bdrawo. Hu< Blanch* Clilten lit 
t»»6 a compIia.eot»rT b-nent tendered by the 
manager on Friday evening*. 

California Theatre. 

The new dances id lb* billet. La Hanoi* br 
Bile Bet. y and Km IJj Rigl.atd the amnting in- 
iimmtLtil parlor mane* by II. Oar on. gave genea- 
al lamfaeUoo to the audience preset last night 
These ne* features add maoh to the attraction* of 
tbia woedcrfmly t opn ar upsclacaler play which 
mast b« « itedr**n after Friday night. The opei* 
of "La Favorite' will be performed bjtbaFabbr, 
Tronpeon S**ord*y, with the ballet, for the ben- 
efit of Mme. lata FaDb ri. 

Alhamhra. 

Only* ftw olgbta more will BHry Emerson and 
bis merry men delight thepblio of Sen Francisco 
with their *maainf£ acta, plaintive ballads and 
beaniifnl eboraess. r-exiweek toey no into tbe 
coaotrr. To* oilJ pre*;Dtel tbre week is a very 
good one. Billy Bine sea is immeQ<e in tbe oasr- 
aoUrof Clem. * seivant at tbe W hite Hone, in 
tb* act •"Grant vs. Office tSeeker*:" J. G. Ra>ssll 
and company aang "'Let all ODey" Id splendid 
■if io. and B)6 Hart's pantomimic spectacle enti- 
tled *'Tne B» cit" is p»rticnl*rly good, tbe tab- 
le«cx drawing bad applause. 
Bell* Union Tlralrc. 

All whj with to sre Mna Jenny Worrell in her 
beet character *hf.uld i sit tbe Bella Union daring 
the ma of the petite comedy of '\N*n, tne Good- 
for-Ncthing." Miss Lilile Hall appears witn Mite 
Jenny Worrell in song and dance aod in a bouquet 
of D*ll»d- ; J. u. LsrSsOL and Carrie Armstrong 
present newDntcbebarac.rr acta, and many other 
appear Id atnaClireeocoiaHiea. 

Tne Adi'Dcun. 

The engagement of Mis* Kennedy, who made 
tier first appearance *l tbis boose last night, ren- 
der* th* company vsry complete. The bill is 
• very fell one cemprisiog seoga, dances, acts and 
BD amn-iLg faro*. 
Woodward's Garden*. 

Tb* Fourth Ms-oaerade Skating Carnival to- 
morrow oigbt in the mammoib pavilion at tbe 
garden*. Twelve valuable prtr.es » i.l be awarded 
•Skating from S to 11. datciBg from 11 to 2 o'clock. 

The Hobtkxlicbal Hall.— Skating — 

Skating assembles Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
Ding, Wednesday afternoon and evening Tbara- 
day afternoon and evening, and Saturday afternoon 
and evening, 

AsATOiricAL Mrsrrrai.— On« of the most 

tompiei* coJrecuotis of the kind in the United 
States, comprising hundreds of costly and bean- 
llral wrx model*, i* daily on Tiew (to gentlemen 
Only) at lb* Museum on Montgomery street. As 
hour our be pronublv spent here. 

Mias Angnta L. Dnrgon, 

TAistaleotea. across, who is to commence bar 
engsceram-t at tbe Metropolitan Theatre, o* 
Monday Avesinc io ' Camilla, is ao immense fa- 
vorite in tbe Southern cities. The Press, where- 
*ver she bas arpeared. b*vs been load in her 
praises: and even old members of tbe profession 
Bpeat: most warmly of her dramatic abilities. Mr. 
GeergeRyer. one of onr California pioneer actors 
andmaoegere, writes as "follows aboot Miss Dai- 
gon: 

Mi-a Dargon 'UnBtratsa tbe drama with won- 
droas powtr. G Td ber * scene io wbica the can 
- create; eome ct,a<ao<er io wb'cb b#r teniae can 
•tep Dt yc-nd "Q" aotbor's line*, and have fall scote 
to seeocd him who her imtgnat'or, mi ore is 
truly giest. This is the orir. «.i ive and charm • I 
gemss. It never la genius oule-s it crea'es: sod 
everrtbist inside ot ibat Is m*reiy cleverness 
wbieb can beaoqairwd. ^he stature every eip-ea - 
Ion with ber ■ni».l»ct, md -exbibiis a watchful 
interest in every trafls of the piece, 

J. T. Raymond. 

This gentleman's coming engagement at tbe 
CalifoTtia Theatre promieesto be a very popular 
*ne. Tbe sale of tickets at tbe box office ibis 
mormiag for nest Moodsy night was very lively. 



Woman SutTraf e. 

An exchange Sftji: 

Tbere ii a rumor io tbe London e'nbs 
Hi at tb* English Tories b*\Te definitely made 
up t'jt'ir miodi to obampion tbecuieof 
woman soffra;e. Mr. Disratli, it wil> bo 
remembered, baa vctdd mcrj tban once on 
tbat aide of tbe Commons. Tne argument 
ii tbat tbe gentler **x is Datnrally timid and 
conferva 'ire, and, if admitt»dtot be ballut, 
w. uld iuaaporate a loog period of Tory as- 
cendency. It is expected tbat by the adap- 
tion oi Buch a policy the Liberals would ue 
divided and more revolutionary changes 
pat into the background. 

This seems probable. If any party in 
England adveea'e* woman suffrage, it is 
tbe Tory or Cojservative party composed 
of tb*s>est gentlemen of England, These 
gentlemen are not at all afraid of graoting 
women any privileges tbey may disire. 
They argue thst woman saffrage cm do no 
harm, auJ sty: "if t ley want itlet tbem 
have it." On tbe other band tbe tabble of 
England who b*at tn.ir wives, «isa tj keep 
woman in snbje.tic>a by law as long as pos- 
sible. It seems cowardly iu men to fjar 
to grant the right of suffrage to women. 
No good man thinks bicus-lf the superior 
of a goo* woman. He will often go to a 
woman fjr advice, and accept it es more 
valuable than if it I ame from one of his 
own sex. Women are now receiving the 
same educttton as men, are following the 
same intellectual pursuits. Why then 
should they not vote. If a woman is tit to 
take the bead of a government, surely wo- 
men as a cl*83 may with "tafety" be per- 
mitted to iak9 a chare in tbat govercment. 
Woman suffrsge can do no harm, and 
might do tome good. 



Thiers was a devil— in & printing office. 
— Ex. 

So ww Sir Jacob Pork— and oat of it too 
book times. 



A Warrior Returned. • 

Forbes Maitland, a gentleman who came 
herefrom Japan, and contributed a ssrieB 
of papers on that conntry to the "C.lifor- 
niaa" eome years ago, has since then expe- 
rienced many vici's tides. He was ior 
some time interested in sheep in Santa Bar- 
bara, bat like young Norva!, longed to fol- 
low to the field some war;ike lord, and from 
a love of adveLtur*. enlisted in the TJ. S. 
Army. He went to Arizona, pa-ssd ihrough 
Borne Indian fi^htj unscathed and in coote- 
quence of his snpsrior education, and 
knowledge of drill acquired in the English 
Volunteer serrice, was rapidly promoted to 
the raDk of sergeant major. Yesterday he 
came into our offios in which the Cal fornt 
an used to be published a r al liv3 warrior 
of theModo; war, discharged from the ser- 
vice with a handsome pension, having been 
wounded in tte s loolier. As many paople 
don't believe tbat t ere is or has been any 
real li c war a man who was actually 
womodedin the af res a id war is an object of 
interest. Mr. Holland should at once take 
to the lecture field. 



Btollr. i y j. J uiicb«-ft. 

There are no Punches for tbe HoIi3ay tat les 
that compare wihSquiiea's. fqouz.'s Pncches 
arefameusforthe hitfh a-t shown In tbeirman- 
m*.icfore, the haj py cfmbm»tlon of wholeome 



In Love wim an Actor. 

We don't think the fireside Friend is a 
"nice" paper, or it wouldn't be S3 rough on 
the dramatio profession a? it id in its an- 
swers to correspondents, though of c.uise 
any girl who would write the following de- 
serves to be snnbbed: 

Please teU a distracted creature what to 
do 1 I ofteu go out to the theat e, and coald 
not help falling in love with tuc-h a darling 
fvllow; on* of the a- ton, of coarse, who 
does the love-making Lu^in^Es! He does it 
so charmingly, and is perfectly adordblel 
I am dying to speak with him; toLe r him 
addrtts even a bingle word t* me. Please, 
dear Fuleszjoe, tell me how to bring aboot 
an lulroduttiun without GverBkpping the 
bounds of maidetly propriety. PUase an- 
swer in tbe corrtsjendent's column, it papa 
readt* all my letters, and will kill me, if be 
fine sit out." And servo Ton quite right if 
he aid! There are some things worse tban 
d~E.tn, and tbe probable ■cjrsequence ot 
your imprudent desires, if gratified, is one 
< f them. If you c >uld sse your enchanter 
in hisuatutalsute, behind tbe seeneB; mi- 
nus p-iot, wig, padding, and fancy cob- 
tume^: h't winning nioutb ejecting slang, 
and the juice of bad tobacco, your psssion 
might speedily die a natural death. This, 
however, being an impossibility, we advise 
you to stay at home oi eveuinge. — Fireside 
Friend, 



Useless Labor. 

An enterprising citizen of Piano, 111., has 
after long and anxious study succeeded in 
making a whittle out of a pig's tail. It 
would not be worth mentioning were it no 
that be bas been boasting about it, and 
Piano is jubilant over the subject. But 
wby? It was never denied tbat a whistle 
could be made out of a pig'-? tail. We are 
grieved tobecompelled to mix such an alloy 
as disapointment in the joy of Piano, but 
the original proposition was not tbat none 
couldmake a whistle out of a pig's tail, but 
tbat one could not make one c-f tin out of tbe 
material We think that the wisdom of the 
propounder of this problem remaJDs yet un- 
li'el by any practical proof of the falla- 
cy of his celebrated axiom. All the man 
has to do now is to turn it into tin, aud per- 
haps with an equal amount of perseverance 
and intelligence he has devoted to accom- 
plish his present intellectual triumph, 1* 
may succeed in doing it ; if so, none sooner 
than we will give him all the credit that is 
justly due him. 



A Ilappy New Year. 

What a plea*ire it i* to meet a smfliog connte- 
oaoee, whether it be on tbe street or id tbe par- 
lor. Aod wby Is it tbat rorae faces wear a cootin- 

ailr happy look ? It is simply because tbey live on 
* plain, nutritious aod ■abstaii'.iat diet. Thai sua 
ia a pablio benefactor who will conscientiously 
serve o* with a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meal. Loan Meyers, oroonetor of the "White 
House." Kearoy street, also of tbe Capitol Bee- 
Uoraot, Fonrin street, does it. a* hondreds can 
entboalaatically t*stiry. Bie k uheus are marvels 
of ord-r and cleanliness. Try him, and joa will 
find it impossible to est elsewhere. 



Somothlns; .New. 

Wm A. Babb&rd's m*outacture3 mines' and 
lofam'e garment- and ladies und r we- r in suit-, 
are taxed fir tLelr saperlcrlty of mike and tex- 
ture all over tbe Union, air. Geo. W. Amldon, 
the anthoriz d agent of Mr. Habt&rd, ha* eitab- 
Uehed a depot of these goo is at 34S S.-cond at, 
for wholesale and retail trade. A liberal di:- 
count to tbe trade. j 



A. Pleasant I_*ooo.tlon. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central losaUon, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne bnildina la a verv fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. » 



To AcTEKseEa.— F.»r sale at a great sacrifloe 
at 38 Gfary street, tlx e'egant silk dresses, une- 
qualled fox qoal.tr a»d etyle. 8 



Diamond Catarrh Remedy 
Is a Bure cure for Catarrh or Cold?. Asfe your 
' oreend to J>z. A. F. Evoi, No, 



THE VEILED MUSE. 

BT WUXlaat W1STSB. 

Spirit of Beauty, bannt me not I 
Tnou Irlng'et lnaaff r*ble pain : 

Thou who art gone, be thou forgot. 
Nor rlae to vex my net again, 

Either wiih mem nes tadly Bweet, 

Or hopr b fcr. doomed to doll defeat, 

Ab, come no more In whispering leaves, 
Or peaceful g'aaa, or breath of flowers I 

Enough ibis tamed spirit grieves, 
Bemembfrlng thte and roay hours. 

Spare it the throes of hope and feai— 

Th = cruel sense that thou art near. 

The pa<eion dies wltbln my soul; 

Tte music dive within my brain; 
Save wbtn there comts a fan. r*l toll, 

A low, lamenting. *ad refraiD, 
An echo iT.m that thrine of eoag 
Long d-j* . tried and deeerted long. 

In what was fa ; j I once had put— 
Bot all fair things are low my shame; 

Their nameleSB beauty hurts mj heart. 
Because I canaot speak its name! 

TJtered, 'twould make that heart rejoice ; 

But oh, I cannot give it voice] 

Once In these velns.the blood was warm; 

With ordent joy *hls heart beat high ; 
And the grsat galeB tbat p-oudly ttorm 

The loftiest rampar:of tha sky 
TTers not more daring, fierce and strong 
Then thla now silent soul of song. _I 

But, wasted now that youth of gold, 

Through morial being's battered tlevel 
And he to die ma. wall be bold 

Who is not bold enough to live- 
In bannted silence of disgrace, 
Where hushed tby void and veiledthy face, 

Ab, come no more, to do me wrong, 
In twilight hours of tender dream. 
When tbii worn nature se< m< 'e-s strong 

Tban evening mist t hat throuds the stream, 
Thongh love be dead, at least retain 
Sjme pity for thy lovet's pain: 

And dou'c ferret, tbough all be past, 
That thou aud I clapped hands in youth; 

I saw thee close, I h Id thee fast, 
Plucked buses f.om thy rosy month, 

Learned ttat bliss which now I weep— 

Tbe lovo I won but could not keep 

January Galaxy. 



Unrecognizable. 

A despatch dtssribiu; the corpse of Louis 
Napohon es it Uj in the ooffin says: "The 
uppsr lip is bare, the moustache having 
been cut oil' to facilitate the taking of a 
plaster cist." We hope if thosa cast* are 
to te r-p-ociuced the mouBtaohe will be 
added. Louis Napoleon without that grand 
moustache, which was Buch a distinctive 
feature iu his countenance would be almost 
uoreoogoizabl;. 



Or. Douorty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ehronio and specific practice, and as such is 
now tbe most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacrament* street, 
corner of LeidesdorfL a few doors oelow What 
Cheer House. x 



It la* Perioctly A»tonlshlns 

How beautifully and qulokly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
Mlore 8 aun.. returned the same evening if de 

tired. z 



Or. Barlow J. **mlt2\ 

Ib giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at hie Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evenl£ g, commencing at 7 Jfi o'clock. 
A part of the evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smi h gives 
phrenological examlnatione in regard to health 
to Invalids daily, from 9 to 4 p. at , free. w 

Still Alive: 

When loosing for Holiday presents, go to the 
New Tons Photograph Gallebv, No. 25 Third 
street, and see those beaut i ml portraits in oil, 
water>colors and India-ink. Prices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper than at any other 
first-olass gallery In tbe city. Remember the 
place— B. F. Rowland k Co., 25 Third st. p 



Holiday Candles. 

Fresh, sweet and delicious Candies, of every 
variety, at M A. klerc-r's pioneer confection- 
ery, 618 Kearny street. Wholesale and retail o 

An Old Ltnclmark. 

The Verandah Oigar Store, at the TS. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Sebmldt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc r 



OLaravoTASz. — Madame Clara Aatonla, the 
Olairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
has removed to 323 Kearny st. Consultations in 
English, French and German. x 



•Tones & WehroQer's 

Celebrated Orab Chowder can be obtained only 
at S30 Bash street, nearly oppes te theAJham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Hart eats it, and they all 
eat it. Only the best brands of Liquors bot- 
tled for family Use. q 

J-iOver Bucfele suspenders, 

At (1 per pair— 26 per cent, cheaper than else- 
There— at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



Everybody Suited. 

There Is no end to the multitude or fashions 
in bate. At " The" Bat Btore, 647 Wa^hiogton 
street (second hat stCTB below Kearny), all tbese 
new ftyles can be found. The stock ia immense 
—tbe prices ara reasonable. Every on* who 
goes there is scr^ to be united. n 

Gentlemen, Attention I 

For the moat comforlabls and lnxoxioua shave 
be euro and call at 0. L. Soaand'a Palace Shaving 
and Hairdresslng SaloDn, 221 Montgomery St., 
opposite Buss House, up-stairs. Only the most 
Skillful artists employed. B 



arle&ltn ana Pleasure. 

Tnere are not too many pleasures In Ban 
Francisco. ■ Not bin g la more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into ue coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own. can find one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
r,o to Frank Bonton at the Occidental Hotel 
P/han yon want a carriage. 



The Choicest Confectionery . 
* John H. Bomer bas just opened a new and 
handsome confectionery store at 126 Kearny 
street, where can be obtaluei superior finely 
Savored confectionery of all kinds. Balls and 
parties suppliled. a * 

Wr.eslxi ns Beturned in One X>a y 
And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 

Laundry, 

* 

Hats for Holidays. 

- The'* Hat Store, 6*7 Washington street (sec- 
ond hat store below Kearny), 1b the place to go 
to boy your holiday hats. Finest hats, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat store In the city. 
Bemember, No. 647, second hat ttore below 
Kearny, on Washington street. a 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellers and Mtatlonors. 
H. H. Moore, 609 Monteomery, sear Merchant. 

Baslness Colleajea. 
Heald'a, Bryant A Strattoc's College, 34 Post St 

Hatcher*. 
Ksts, Fred. Bulla 94 to 100. California Market. 

Brau Fonnderlea, 
Weed A Kinsrsrell. California, 12S First at. 

French Fancy Goods. 
Looan 4 Oo„ 19 Montgomery. 107 and 109 Sutter, 

HW"" 11 air. 
Sampson, A. B. 4t Co.. 110 Second street. 

M nslc and Mnslcnl Instrument*. 
Keene, O. C, mftr. aooordianB, repairer of all khstki 
musical instruments, 201 Kearny. 
MaccuroQl Hanafaaclaresra. 
Bripnardello, Maecbiavello A Co., 706 Suson**, 

Wines and Llqnort. (Wbolesala.) 
Danerl F. A Co.. »4 FronL 

"W'httener. 
James C. Sellers, No. SI Seoond street. 



Fhotographlo Oards. 

At one dollar per dozen at tbe Peoples Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission ^street. T 

Whitener. 

Jakes C Belxzbs, 



31 Second street. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME- IN 
every Theatre m ban Francisco. a ,.%v . 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERT DAT THROUGH 
out tbe centre of tbe cite, in ail Hotels, Rea- 
Uor&nte, Saloons, bteres and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS CIRCULATED EVERY DAT ON THE 
Oakland ierryBoats to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by thegreat Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
priccipa] hotels in California, Nevada and 
Oregon— the paper* left in tbe theatres at sight 
being gathered np and aaved lor that purpose tftia- 



FIGARO 

IS -HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
in tte Tbeat-sB, Traveling Conveyancee, Hotels. 

aod public resort* generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST SOCIETY. IS 
placed in tbe bands of nearly aJl who come 
to the city to make purchases, and is theretore the 
beat of advertising mediums. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Raving* and Loan Society. 

[«HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE DE- 
-jUrfd , | divide nd of nine (9) per cent, per 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 






On the Pacific Coast. 






H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Business at tbe corner of Sacramento and 
Leideeiorff streets, and 

Removed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, in future, condoot tbe same lice of basin 
at the new location, in connection with tbe offio* 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he haa onited his stock and bnsinesa 
thns making this 

THE LABS:ST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFICE 
tN THE STATE, 

And affording unsurpassed facilities lor Printlna, 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
Kiven to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engravers stand at tbe bead of the profes- 
sion, as samples on tbe dead-walls of the cit? wist 
testify. 

A call is solicited from my friends and the pab- 
lio at my new quarters. 

H. P. TATLOS, 

de41m C39 Clay street. 




ARIONI 

Pianoforte. 



flEOLARED BY THE JUDQES AT A LATE I 



\J Fail of tbe AM*riean Institute, after a blind, 
fold trial arainet SteiDWav's, Ohlok.riaR'8, and 
otHera. to boTlli buST ON EXHIBITION. 



C17KTJLZ, Sale Azent. SO OTarrell atrMt. 
N a— Piano, of all nyl.a TO RENT. mtH 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

ANT AJ»D ALL PERSONS THAT HATE ■ 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- I 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can hare too 
amount refunded at the office of the undersigned I 
opon tbe presentation of an order from ta.1 
Mayor and Oitr and Count; Attorney. 

deist! A. ACSTIir. 




I c. 



OLD 

DAVE MENOES A OO., at the 

„ . old original Red Lion, lt> Geary 

street, between Eeamy end Dnpoot, where yoa 
«an bare HOT AND COLD DRINKS, not forget- 
ting tbe old Pioneer Lunch. The "Old Sport 1 ' is 
always on band. ■ 



To the Dramatic Profession 



THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS — 
over twelve years connected with the press of 
Melbourne, and ia well known by tbe members oi 
tb* profession in tbe Colonies, begs to iotitnats 
that he is prepared to five experienced adrioe M 
al) person b profeasionalLy riaiting or meditatins s 
visit to the Australian Colonies. Fee moderale 
Punctuality in diBpatohing replies may be relies 1 
opon. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE! 

FINELY FW51BHED BOOMS. SIH 
gle or in suits. 

Well Lighted aud TentllatsKl. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FLNEBT TOAWB* 
made at oar Steam Oandj Faotory dailv. A 
orders, espeo'sUy from tbe coontry. are solicit* 
ard will be promptly attended to. 

OANTY A WAGNER, 
lOT Vontcotrisrv st.- nar.r Hatter 



CENTRAL 

NO. X13 GEARY STKEFT.* 
Rest accommodations for 
Families in the city. Private 
entrance for Ladtoo. Hair Darting, Shaving ai 
Shampooing. Ohlldren'a Hair neatly caL Lidif 
SfiamDooingM cents. 
i'171m T.. CORRTVEAD. ProDrietar. 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Acaderr 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE 

HAYWABDS. 

IONT OAKEb PEOPRIETt 

First-Class Bote 



r.Ff.T<l' FlIRNISHINH Rdfinc 







> fONTIOMEIT t (4 L 



«., 

"Wil^ 

""■•A \ 

lhat "^ 1 
kit* 



MOTEL. 




irijQfar 




• A* r»A»CI»Ci>i Il'UDit, attAKT u i«i:i 



I ».*. ITI. | k |S«. 



ED R001S1 
ptr Monih ' 



FURNISHED 
18 and lio" 

WEST END* HO 




5s, METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

I ■ j 110 P0> . ' LI 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



fltlK 



> or raa uau»i> «ol 



Hap msLAT FAMH.Y ALADDIN: OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



«• aa I IOAea.1 . « HI III > 1 



i u> or mi 



Star Premiers Assoluta. BETTY RIGl, the Premiere Danseuse. EMILY RIGl, 



ieOm 



TAYLOR, 

Wraera.,., . - 

■•"Mlia, T 



k. I /•** • 








ELLOW HAT! 



» I ■r.t 
•art , t«*e 

■t) B.D. 

lie. J.atVe SAarAaen 

tin 
■ui! cmaoa 



4. rr. —.■ ■ (,^ , 

taaa-aAaV. 



V r._ ;». 



ftwmy 

nMHiliU 



I* ll-TO* 

I Ski i>. 

I'. UmWi 

rierm-.r 

M «. fttat Youd* 

Ur*. I r R-. It 

.»•• u-ia. 
...af.la.KAe Arm tntt< 

atlse Bomb. 

Bmhi. Guar J.. Ru. 

OLIO. 

rC\RIAN OIKE'. 

HORIZONTAL BARS. 

■ JN BflSLAT 



oSiisimai 

iDIOT- ■ 



LANDI 

gun mi i* 
fifuhi ■ 

Mull"" 

It, it lb »»■* 
I „ w dt M I 
lilWW i 

iKim 



JAPANESE BALLANCINO ACT. 

I lEAAC RCISLAY. 



And of Penin. or H<lls of Dazz'ing Li(?ht! 



FA1DAI' FTBRIati J u ,7 a-r.'om.dro.siar, B.a.tH 
t.od.r.l • r UI. .eeeaeaeat to 

»!!«•< III. \ >.*'H R CLIFTON 



I'll Ar.EKXOuS. J»o 18- 

ii-i.ml V.-llovt- Hut Mntlnee ! 



K.-:l fii.u,j,™«,| 

HISS AUCUSTA L. DARCON. 



tub unimoiiii iLiiiuiTin •rrrrin.r ia ■ acts, mtitlu 

Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp! 



linn mor.ir moobf 

....W. 1. VrSTATEk 

...J. C WILIJallSOK 

WALTEM at. I EUAN 

B. M. TIIAIEK 

I I BtciLfT 

a ui.Mii 



-ilirnftf or ntu.ini 

IJ 

ARllf AZOR 

EAAR.r 

TAB1 - 

VUltl 

AXRAf* 

uffion 

I M M <> R rtLD, 

r.ENirs ORLOC1E B. PLTBITOM 

OE5I Of THE LAMF _ JOBB IriLBOJ 

OBBI Of TBB llIO HISS LOUISA JOIIS- 

r-RISCEBS ItADROrLBADOCB Ml as MIBBIB WALTOS 

AMBOC MISS CABK1E WTATt 

- UTB* U A. OHAMBEBB 

MCiTAPBA UBS, 0. B. SAl'NOBB- 

M.nd.rln*. Minister, of St.te. Geol'. Huntsmen. Ortiri-, Attendant., SIatm. Ittt. 



Waifiiillcriit Scenery by Porter! Startling Illusions! Gorgeous Costumes 



-A.CT FIRST. 

EiHiiHut«<l Cuv.rn, 

>ii»«i-" i-ri.nu.tls- Pounttln. 

A.C31 SECOND. 

.t.f-llln. Ar-roh.tle Act. b» II. Cbisron n.4 hi. 
Ikrrt Ihlldrrn. Wf.nd M.illr, or lllv.r Knya. no- 
do*lr« i. w T.f-.tloB, , by SI'lltr. BEITt RlOJ.nod 
Hllr FMII.Y ABI4.I. Hjid « orp. dc Hultel. 



ACT THIRD. 

Cale 'nitrnn<*ILul Act, llont. C.r.B. I.u Man. 

olu. M'll< UK.rrv KIOL and I Mil V UIOA. 

Gran Ballet do OKInois, 

by M'llW METTV And IHIL1 KIOL and Corp. 
de Biill«l. 



^eaa.e&-t 



SATUROAV RYEN1NO. J.auAry IStb,— 

of Mme. Inez 



DF'.alDTori, 



ive: 



LA KAVORITt, Orand Opart br DONIZETTI, «l'l br . I v. n; WITH BALLET. 
MOND.ir EV£SISO, JANUARY 20th, Flrat Appcu.nto of— 

JOHN T. R-A."T»TI»a1:o3>»T: 

In itew Omcdy, adapted from the Fren-b. entltUd PORBIDDRN FRUIT. 



p&ioe> or aDMUBION. 

KnyrTrs Nr*t«- Drfi» Oirol* •UK' OrohMlra »1 A» Bhiuodj 

Krnmd «c-« ■-B» oonj IS Gallery 

Ur-i. Clroio Admn.ioo »l OO Pri«t» Uox<js.. 



CO 

»B 

..SO i.ait *io oe 



THM EVCNINO 



JVM ART U 



^II*.^ .11 NMXJB WOHHKIX 

AS RAH THI UOUD-rOH 

M I hm I. I I. I. I i; HALL 





1 .1 1 ' > 






• -^'f>or« 






rill IrtfllNIrl 

J-bt>>f T»#r» 



Walk.AVl 



M.I K.ll, 



I AtalA •-■.« Jr.tt. J«.a* aM 

Dutoh Vxompllllontlous 

J II I.ARKIK ..4 I'ARRIB AHMM 



COMIC IU3.1I 



CHARlll iINU 



Jonnlo Worrell and Llllic Hall 

IN DOUBI.K BOMO AM. DANDI. 



THE OTHER FELLOW. 

M.t K.I i ;i..r Rr.« R. I., M.nn 

IKX.Il.l. Aid OOOPBB la 

••I'M GOING HOMK." 

ririi..l M-iilr, eaeipaaad br R Ziaa.r 



ri.YI*0 IOB.D El>. MOXTAUf r 



Bouquet of Songs 



.Miss Llllie Hal 



I»:im-f lor ft Watffa-r. 

Ml". Jo.»phin. .lohn.r Ta.r. Tommi B/ta 



M.dl.r OT.rtar... 



Nan the Good-for-Nothing! 



r 



NAN WItSS .IKNNIK WOHKkl.L 

(In whtob Bh*lf without •> riTAl. lulroduciDf Brr. !..«• I 

Tom Dribblet, oo« fttbar R. (.. M»-bIi 

Hurry ' cil-fr. lb* other (ether Oberlee Veraer 

Utieney, A o-rp'itter Mett Kelly 

\' ,H'i ■ Mr. S I ii. 11 -/AH __. fill a. CnaiU 



Utieney, a o-rp*nter 
Vnnrih' Mr. Slnip.eii 
HOI 



nvily 

OtllUA (Jogllt 

Kred UoT.pt r 



Orerlore Uro hi--.tr * 

New Oorolo Ballet by U. Sohm.dt. eotltled 

The Village Coquette 

MSKTTB HilK. THHKHbIC 

I.* PereThomae R. O Harah- 

I'DiiinM, liokioc for work Ed, Moniaaaa 

«TRANOOl». a farm ■errant MONrt. HOB MID T 

GltDeiuee ...Mleaes Fltloiore, Joaepbloe. ArmitroDg, OemttA 
....nnms-fi tqr dii.lft ... 

(hnrntlcr Dance Mm*. Xhcrete, M. Schmidt 

Pae »e«l Mme. TbereM 

Flnule Keilnwi. 

Brail the Ladiee, M. SOUMIDT mod MMK. TUBRKBB. 
UnezpeotedTeb.eaa Finale 









140 Second Street 140 

SWAIN'S BAKERY, 

K.UIill.hr-a In T>«. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

Kxa.pt at Re. IAS Poortb ■>r..t.aadal 
Ifa. loin Htocktoo auaat. 

THE BEAT Ulll.lir OF 

w oddlng Oalte 

ALWAYS OH UAXD. 
ITIKV YAKIETT OF 

Cake tor the Holidays. 

I OB ORBAM, CHARLOTTE RUSIS, BI.AXO- 
MA!IOE, JELLIES, etc., m.d. lo order .ad 
af Iba bMt aial.n.la. 
aoW»al B. K. A WAIN ,A- CO. 



J'" 1 



0* 



i"S«' 



HAIR. 

TUB OHBAPKSr PLACE IB SAM FRANOISOO 
TO BOY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Coodf, Cheap and Fine 
Jew jiry & Fancy Coods, 

IS AT TUB 

NEW YORK 8TORE. 

A* B. H.IMPMO.V A CO., 

*•• 1 1© "fceed street. 
•off/** Bietweei. M.at,.r.ri and Mlnata. 



Attention, Good Livers! 



MR. P. BEROKS, FORMBRLT 
proprietor of tae Uia*r»* Re*. 
tAoraot, baa takf>rj tb« maBacemeat 
of botb the Mlnrn' RcraAaratit 



&. 



-Vi-« J . SP-^^ 1 "t'cat in parinenbip Eflr.o MR. 
A. DRAYEUR. who baa boaa connee'ed with the 
Bra for yours. I-nproremdoU have Oeeo made In 
thetmiaino depariinBota that will render the Ml- 
sen.' more popular rbaa It baa ever boon dnnoa 
lbe_ i. year* of lu proeperity. Oor Buliof Bare 
l all trie deiiotoit* of the seaaoa. Ooi 
Good Oooklog and Mod 

P. ur.Knp.i a co., 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

5»l and Stl9 OommoroiaJ, and 
T«0 Market atreet. 
Open frOTQ B a.k. to 10 p.m. aa31 1 m 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

eMeewevaweat* at., cor. L^lecederr. 



McDANIEL'8 

Museum and Theatre, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING. 

TnK UNDKR>IONED WOULD M0«T RE- 
apectfollr repreiaot to yon and ttie pnbltc geo 
••ally, tbat be !■ now prepared to fttrciab faoil- 
lt-«* for viBibiMnsaof e*ery kind and character, 
wbicb elonld deierve tba p«tronace of the poh- 
Me. He ba« aracied at Cbayone. Wyoming, A 
LAR<*B AND C iMUODIUUH BALL, with goo' 
Hooter* aid Htato. Tbe Hall la well ventilated 
and ligbtod.and made cotnfortabe fir all eea«on« 
of the yoar. THK BEST OF MUSIC, both StrinK 
and B<f\. can he fnrnUhed at all timee. 

Si'iiUo'o'i arraosaminiB will h« made with 
TtiKATHICAL ORUiHER UOMPANIES, eith- 
er for Renting of Mai 1 or performances on a per- 
oentajie ot tbo receipta. Ourrr-spondenoe rollcitod 

Addreas. J. McDAMFL. 

Look Box No 1, Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

If. B — Curiosities wanted for the Oheyenne 
Museum. Tboee wiahlng eogagsmenU, state low- 
eat tsrns for the Winter 8«aaon, esnaing pboto- 

frspb io my addrese. Half Passage Money ro- 
unded after filling e o sage menl e. 

JAMF.S McDANJBL, 
Proprietor Cheyenne Theatre snd Maeeom. 
oct22 3a. Lock Box No. 1, Ohevenne. W. T. 



CHEYENNE_TH£ATRE. 

Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIRST-CLASS PKOPLK.-MUST HAVE 
goon W«rdrnbo. Four Ladies and two Oen- 
ilnm^n to be good in general bualnopa for the oom- 
Ing Winter .Sea-oo, commenointi tho Drat week In 
Notemb-r, 1872, Addreis *Uting lowest terms, 
with Photograph. Half Fare relnnded after lill- 
ing engacsmsnL 

JAMES MoDANIEL, 
Proprietor Obeyenon Theatre and Maeeom, 
OOH Look Box t. Cheyenoe. W. T. 



The Biggest Race Yet- 
Human Race. 



-The 



THE HAJOBITV OP THOSE WHO 
reside In Nun Francisco, bny their 
Shirts u ml FarnUhlnv Ooodi of HKIVF- 
DICT «ftCO., No. » Second atr«et, be- 
cause Ibeyare alwwya treiatcd well and 
tioythetr ajuods ut the lnweit prices, at 
•THK OLD wTaSaJVD." 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

T1KOIMA CfTT, NKVAiJA, 

THIS KLSOANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RB- 
dsoorated, and can be rented by the eight oi 
by ths week. Stars and traveling oomoeaJsi 
llbsfmijy trssiod with on apnlioatlon hy letter 
JCMN PIPES. 
MAnsrsrand sole Propristof, 
Or to J. If. McCArJE, 
MO Wsshipg+O" sfjras*. H«n FTanelaoo 



MORS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

pBB WKLL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 

n'iit, rsonona Nsw Oonrses for Piano and 

' ibLAwd *ittflo» 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Booms IO and XV 6SO Washington street. 




WANTED IMar.DIATELY: 



First-Class Minstrel. Acrobatic and Cymnastic Talent 



•X" va/ enty IAlr>ra»t Xilne 



....ALMO.... 
1J 



Ballet Xjadlos, 

FOB IAI.F FJOHTV HF.T8 OF AMAZON ABHOBH, COMPLETE, IN 
Lota to suit purorJaa.ro. Eaoh Bet roo.late (f S"l>d Silver-Plated Helmet. Ureflatnlata, Lam. 
bar kin. Shield, one p.iro Arm)- t., or, e psr of B aoela'.., one pair ot Tights, one pair ol Traeka. ooe 
pair of Saodalr.ooe Tunic, one Scarf, one lomaai Swjrd, a d one Spear. A portion of these Armor, 
are now to be seen at < be Metropolitan. Tbeatie in tbe Amazonian March in "THK YELTOW HAT, 
■*" For prroe, apply aa above, __ 

SHERIDAN COR11TN * CO 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 



6& 



OYSTER 



ohoi^ Houaxi, 

Soniuier etreet, oft* Kearny between Pine 
and Cnltfornla. 

THE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS served Inatv 
ityle. Everything cooked intfae best manner. 
•wT The Finest Liq*aor« sod Cigars. 
■9-KlegantSnJUea of Roomi for Lndlti. 
awTOPEN DAY AND KIOHT. 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

|M»POirS, IMPORTBR AND DEA1 ER TN 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN ITS HIGHEST PERFECTION -RICHARD 
MULDHK FABBRI, teaoher of ueveral cele- 
brated E'lropean arttatee. late Director of toe re- 
nowned OooBsrvatory et Geneva, Mattro da ubant 
ot t e French Imuerinl Aoadrmy of Mueio.Coo- 
don-orof the PhilhurmoniQtae Society in ParlB, 
Mid at present Maaioal Director of tbe Fahiirt 
Opern.ia prepared to give private lessons, eiiber 
at bis office or st. tbe re-ton e of the pupils; 
likewise CUURHKM OF MNU1NQ, PIANO ood 
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. 

For farther partioalnro aiiply at PROF. MUL- 
DKK'iroffl e.No.Jil POWELL S'lBKK'-.betwe d 
Market and Ellis Also, letters received and t«ri.ue 
to be bad at tbe mutio »toro of M. Oraj, Hsy at.. 
and of Messrs Sherman A Hyde, corner of h otter 
and Kearny streets. ja8 Im 



WILLIS^ BAND. 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL 
occasions. Music imported, arranged 
and for sale. 
Fritz Pipers and Karens WT. Blnca, 

.Lending- VlollDl-t.. 

Ordsrs from ths eon n_try_ promptly attsnded 



GRAND 

Select Bal Masque 

....OF Til*.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 

....AT.... 

Sortloultural LsaZaII 



THs7R8»AY ETHNINO.. 



..jan. vrur 



BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. 



Ticket. 



...S3 I 



■9-Snbaoript.ion Lists can b* fonnd with— 
G. M Berry, Sh-nff's Uffioe, City Hall; 
Mr Brandt, M.W. aor Waibing'on A Montgomsryt 
A. Snmmeriield. Jr., N.E. oor Foluom AStSuart; 
W. Cohen. No. G Batiery Btreet; 
J. Wat. No. 110 Third "tree*; 
Mr. Katzenstein, No. 16 Second street ; 
fd. Abramson, No. 735 Ulay etreet. d«30 >w 







DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And Collese of Medicine. 

Ifl f\f\f\ BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 
1W.17UI/ ive ohjeota to bo b«- n. Open to the 
Publio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUttfKA HALJ . 
9 18 MonlROmery street. FOR MEN UNLF 

Stn-Du. JOUDAW'B PEITATB OffFtOB Ib at *»1 
Ge»ry street (oppoaile old Weohanioe' Pavilion). 



Stage Dancing 

TADOBT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 

DASHAWAT HALL, 
rj,2j i m Post street, near Kearny. 



ADOLPHTJS STOCKMEi'EK, 

....TKAOHBB OF.... 

PIANO AND SINC1NC. 

Balls and Parlies attended to, ana Matric tor 
siahed. Besidsnos. a»8 Eddy strset. dtf lxe 



E.PARDINI 

NO 1*9 WASHING ("ON 8rH^ET. (ABOVB 
the Plaxa). San Fnaotsoo. Boose esd Sboee 
Tho snxoe 



TH£ JOrjBNAl OF AJHJ8EMENT8. 



Pabllahad •«ry J>»7 *° "> fl Y *" b * 
J. I». BOGAKDUS 

AX 

gaiMrrchuni and G»a Wa.blnjrt*» SU 

Balow MooMtom^ry. Sen Francisoo. 



TUESDAY JANUABI 13, ltf3 



Lint Upon I*lno. 
Toste* ib 51. 
Sothera is 60. 

IUlj supports 318 theatres, 
Minnesota abivere for fail. 
The 103 »i Peru; III., ia t f jot thick. 
Mrs. John Wood i» a* young «■ ever. 
Correal'* library wan va'uad at $250 000. 
Thfl masqaerade ball ioibod hai u.t in. 
€omi ibiuk to be in debt is aa advantage. 
XiOodou'elattBt fannj paper 14 T oCoa lp< 
Obioago "bAan'i bad tucb ve.tiier nine*. 

The wood of old whiiky bar rob ia poiaon- 
oo*. 
Japan's tea trade has trebled within four 

years. 

Cincinnati gets her wood cawed by con- 
vict labor. 

Florida's engar and syrnp orop has never 
been beaten. 

Bait Like sports make bets on Brigham 
Tonng'ri 1 fe. 

There are only 52,000 aorcs of govern- 
from its crop. 

Coffeeville, Kan., shipr.od CG.000 bead of 
went land in Io vo. 

A Boston tuik-y yielded 8 pounds of shot 
cattle tbU aj^fi >n, 

Aoy thing tbat isa't purely o.asjical makes 
Boston qai:e sick. 

The tendeLcy of the dramatio age Is to- 
ward variety shows. 

Nearly ill ibe January magazines pat 
their best fe. t fr.ia.rd. 

Once in t je world man was primary, and 
clothes were Becoodiry. 

KaDsa* has sh ppod more c .it tie East thiB 
year thin any otbor State. 

Dnbnqaeites have a fashion of swapping 
babies "unsubt aod noseeo." 

A Mil Yankee Congressman has been fr.iL.k- 
ing a fiiend's weddiog-.ards. 

An IJiooi* exchange reports the thermom- 
eter "tbiity degree below Cairo.'* 

Twenty-fjur aa*eudmenti to the Consti- 
tution are peodiog in Con. r ss. 

Lonit-iarja is ai ranging for a European 
line of st ame'S from New Orleans. 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, hoom 10, 
008 Harlot itrreL eor. Post and MoBtgemory. u 

r>o You Know 

That with BmTzmoK's Patxxbhi yon oan out 
and make any garment to fit perfectly t Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Demiim, agont. office of tbe Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kenny street, between Batter 
and Post. Ban Franeuoo. • 



Tin Illustrated Press (S- F.) 

No. 1, January, 1873. Sold by cube^rlptlon— 
$1 50 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
numrorr, 15 cents. Address Mnrr. y, Dewey & 
Co., 8. F. o 



Ib thebeBt unndrr in ^*n Frunclsoo 



JBcet Quality <>r i>ui:sJ*in 

Driving gloves, at 12 per pair, at the What 
Qbaei Laundry x 

11 You Warn 

Tour Blankets anl Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Lacn 
try, ' x 



Freah nn-i 8w«et. 

F«r the beet confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wxtjnor'e. luT Montgomery St. near Satlor. H 



What Cheor Itaundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat 
rouiied by everybody. • 

Altogether rue Best. 

Itlscnrlons, bat true, that J. A. Sbaber, 
TO? Market ttrrft, near Third, should sell fur. 
nltnre and bedding cheaper ibnn any oth*r 
dealer In this city. Try him and yon will be 
eonvinoud. T 



For WasnlnK 

Shirts, SI 50 per do*.; small pieces, We. per 
fli a. At the What Oheer Ls nndry • 



Mannlnc's. 

The only s'aoe sonth of Market street to 
g*t a good dlsb of Oytter», Ca'i'omla or Eistern 
Transput ted, la at Mnnnloga Charter Oik 
Oyster Salxin, corner Howard and Third, late 
ol theBlae Win..: S.lo r n. l 



X>o Wot Sulfor from Corns. 

The unfortunate suffer eis from Corns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by aj pl>n.g at Br. D. a. Cowao's Insti- 
tote, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
•po&k from experience, having tested the Do- 
tor's capability. References given If required, n 






Oyster Tr«.ae. 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
ojpantlc proportlonn. Emerson Corvllle, of the 
Saddle Rock, 410 Pine street, rnrolahes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters hays a fame which 
has extended all over ths continent, and * he 
'Bad ' Book" Is known everywhere. 



Tli© BesrC Bemedlee, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Pot- 
ty's Webfoot Pills, for all billon* complaints. 
S. R. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial h.reetR. coin aaenta. • 

"For trie Very Best Drinks, 

Goto Ya.es' Branch Saloon, corner of Market 
aod Third street* bo 



A Bad Recommend. 

A gentleman from the ruml districts was 
one dsyeanotering up a New Yo k th rongb- 
fa-e, gazing tJ the right and to the it ft in 
bijacxttty toseeev*ry(bing njcuring. aod 
in reading the virion h Bign-bdhrdi* and show 
cards with which the esveral sbcpa and 
atjres were adorned. Attract -d I y ibe sign 
in question, he entered the (stablisbmeDt o f 
Me.srs. 8. and 0., and there f.uod a goodly 
assemlhge of well-drerBed and tjbim geo. 
teel persons, wLo were bneily eagagad in 
bidding off some article which was being 
off.rt 1 for-.a'e, and which was knocked down 
to one of them by the auctioneer, wLo waB 
no less a p'.rsjnage than Mr. 8. himself, 
the leading member of Ibe firm. Mr. 8. 
enjoyed ripe silver looks and flaming white 
biard, which, with his very neat drtss aod 
blaudness of manner, at once awakened the 
cjofldorcj of our friend. The noxt aitcle 
was a gold (?) watcb, 

8.— "ShentlMnon! what I am hoffered for 
dat 'A Mo. 1 Patent Tobias Lever?' " 
A voioe.— "Twenty-five dollars." 
B.— "Twenty-fivedollarsl Vy, shent'.emen, 
dat's giflfiog dBr gootB awayl" 
A voice.— "Thirty." 

"Dat's more like it, my friend. Dirty— I 
am hoffered dirty. Dat's a goo I sacrifioe — 
dirty tjllais for a A No. 1 Pa'ent Tobias 
Lever! Dat's a rare stance— dirty-five, for- 
dy, fordy-five, fifd r, fifJy-flve, sixdy— sixdy 
tollais lam hofif<.red. Going, saettiemen, 
going at sixdy tollars— lird and l*st gall — 
gone I Da.'syour gcots, my friend." 

I[ is perhaps needless to pay that hisfriend 
was no other than our friend ihe country, 
mao, who, baviDg paid t'le six'y dullars- 
immtdUlely ltfi tie tstablishment with bis 
prize. He proceeded up Broadway uutil he 
reaobed the jewelry store of Mr. Henry 
Saulibury, well-known in tboss days. Anx- 
ioua to biara the enct value of his pur- 
oljase, he entered the tt>re of Mr Sauls- 
bury, and exbibitiog the wbtcb to one of 
th 3 obliging clerks, a^ked bis opinion as to 
iis value. The clerk, who could tot sup- 
press a broad grin, informed him that he 
bad been s-vindled— that the watch wasn't 
worih a d — n I 

Thereupon our friend loomed indignant 
and at oucs returned to th* >tore cf d. & C. 
Upon airiving there he found th t the auli- 
euce bad dispersed aud there was no ooe 
present save a book-keeper and tbe vener- 
abla Mr. 8. himself, wLo na^ quietly seated 
reading a newspipei. He arosj politely on 
he entrance of our Liend. 
8.— Vill, my friend, vat c»n I do for you? 
Countryman— I came here a short time 
Bices, and I bought tniB watch (exhibiting 
il), aod paid >ou sixty dollars. I have 
taken it iu to Mr. Sau.Bbuiy, and he tells 
i isn't worth a d — n !J 

8. (very qiieily)— Tat tut, myfriendl Ve 
dond al ow euiih language here, and— vot is 
more, my friend— I know Mr. S^ulsbury 
very veil, and he is a pit in Bbentlenibn 
himself, and he don't use ttat kind of dorkl 
Countryman— Wtll, I <?oii'tc " re wbat kind 
talk he u-is or don't usa, I want my mon- 
ey bad, and you may tak j tbe c atch. 

.—My fiiand, I cinnot giff der money 
hack, bicau<e da bardy vot 1. ft der tools 
here for sale has got a raturn of si'e. But 
ef you dond liko dtr bir^ain, you can leave 
der vac'i, and to-morro v we got a special 
le, and ve v ill sell bim f »r you. , 

Countryman— Well, taka it aod sill it. It 
ain't worth a d — n. 

Au invoice wai made cut in du^ f jrm, and 
our fri< ni signed a writing egret i tg tbbt bis 
watcb be bid off to the highest bidder, and 
tbat thj hous3 of 3. & Co. act as auction- 
eers, retainiog from the procee ds of t je sale 
cobIb, charges, etc. On the following after- 
noon he again entered the store cf S. & 0., 
and again meeting with Mr. S. w«b received 
with great [.olueaesa. 
8.— 0, my friend I Walk in; take a chair. 
Countryman — Well, what did my watch 
bring? 

8. (turning to bookkof par) —Moses, vas 
bn u;ht dis man's v&tcb? 

MufOi (perf c ly unmoved, pretjndiug to 
rtad from a ledger) — F^ur dollars; ohar^es, 
three dollars aad fif.y cants. ( \n<l opening 
a rtriwer Lo tooderel to the astonished cu&* 
tomer tbe fifty cents, balance.) 

fj'.'untryman— This is perfectly outrage - 
ou- I It's a d— d swind e ! I came here and 
bought that natch for sixty dollirs, and you 
torn arouad and sell it for four. I tell you 
it's as*iudle ! I don't uadeistmd it. 

S. (with a pit-oniz-ng smile)— Dtt's der 
drou'<l», my friend. You d <nd u ider tind 
der piMoeB*, aod I eui pose I must t xp'aia ; 
Now, dor man vot brought dat \a f ch here 
fir,-t. what did hesiy io roe? Vy, "Mr. 8., 
dat's a A No. 1 pstentTobias !ev c r,"and ven 
iBOldde vat.hyu vas pr set. You Heard 
vot I Faid. I t»ld der aodienea, aad yo n 
bought der v.th for siny toilers; dat'e 
done. Now, my fri-nl, ven you leave der 
vatob here, vot did you said ? I feavs it to 
youretlf; you said "It ain't worth a d— n '' 
Dat's jourown language, my friaud; I dond 
u-e dttkind o' dork. Nov, ^s I'm adruth. 
delliog man, how ooulll? Io ooosDieoce, 
my friend, bowoiuld I stand up before der 
whole compiny aad s y, " Sbeotlemen, dat's 
a No. 1 Pa'ent Tobiai lever," ven der man 
vot owned der v aton, vot let it here himself 
6 aid "It voso'tvorth in-d.'" 

Completely diigadted with aH bands, and 
paih at s with himself, cur fiend took tbt> 
fifty cents change, and was about to mak* 
bis exit, when B. taid : 
"My fiieod, lit me gif you goo I advice : 
:ot some dints to t9 \\ s \g ix h 



L.! vo ,weii. 

Thoee who eat pood dinners are amiable, 
Bad faedtog Is the cauaeof many crimes. Those 
who dine at tbe Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
loptoti iret-t. at the cornrr of Pnnbar Alley, 
live vsll, sl d are ooDSeqaently bappy, Henry 
Bocben, wbo lias ottered for tbe public since 
[Sin, prorldan for bis customers Lake Tahoe 
trout. KumtfrrjDdl tonp, game, time geese, 
lellclous fntrccB, and everything tbe heart of 
man oan desire. Tbe best can of tea in tbe 
city — Ensli-h breakfast tea — Souobong and 
Orange Pekoe — can he obtained here. a 



s4n.ni atoore, 

Formerly of Rnss House Carriages, can be 
'ound In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es> 
abllshxoent, eoatbwest corner linen and Mont* 
gomery sta. , or Dexter Stables. Cairlatre orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 

Tbo Presldeikt'a Message. 

Peace and propp-rity are the k«y notes of this 
decorBent. Cre^pncsa and durablity are the 
characterhtica of H. Lnohbioger's furnltnre. 
All should vt-ic bis emporium, 735 Market 
strett, and abcertalo how tbea^ly a bouse can 
be f u rnisheo ^^ J> j 



Ojntorn. 
In Btrolllng round the other night, 
To took at 'Frltsoo by gas light, 
Uur careless feet, by chance aid stray 
To where a fonntaln's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a sor een 
Tbrongh which a sweet bonquet was seen ; 
While mosey stone and pearly shell, 
O'er whlcb tbe waters softly fell, 
M»de tbat wlnaow reem to be 
Some fairy grotto of tbe Bea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "Jet's go In here — 
It looks so nice — aud try their oheer.'" 
"All right." I aald, '-I must agree 
That tbis place suiw me to a *T.'*' 
No sooner bad we found a Beat 
Than at our *ldt- a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they bad aluiuet any dl*a 
That we mhjtnt name. We found It true, 
And cooked magnifcently, loo; 
AI) kinds of oypterf, Jnicy, fat, 
Oookod *very fyl-; juot tbink of tbat, 
Ana if your month don't water, then 
Ton're different (rum other men. 
Th<" 'd clam f &nd oraba and terrapins ;] 
In fact, we fouud tbey had witbln 
Tbat cosy place all kiud»of game, 
Pish, dehb or fowl which we could name, 
Wulie every diBh w-j«, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have tonnd. 'twould seem, 
Tbat tbey hav« here tbe best ice cream; 
Bo here tbey flock, the little sinners, 
To get what tbt-y call "buch nice dinners,** 
Whoever doubts thiB let bim roRb 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Ojhter fuui-e. 337 Bu«h street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and NlgbL 

CHARLES BAAKE. Proprietor. 



NEW ADVERTISfclVircNrS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

r\IVIDEvr>NOnCE.-SAVINGS AND LOAN 

SOCIETY, Ni.OlOCIa' atreet.-The Board 
of Directors bara this day declared a dividend for 
tbe eix moutba t m ing December Slat, 1673, of nioo 
per cent per imnom oo alt deposite, oajable on and 
after Ibo 15ib inst. 

jal4-lw OYRUS W.01RMANY, Oaahier. 




PU PRICE 50CTS 

A Safe and speedy Reme- 
dy for a I Bronchial Affec- 
tions, Asthma, Colds, 
Coughs, Loss of Voice, 
B'onchitis. Incipient Con- 
sumption, Hoarseness, 
Pain and. soreness of the 
Breast, ?nd ail Difficulties 
arising from a sudden 
Cold, readily yield to its 
healing powers. Ask for 
the California Hall's Pul- 
monary Balsam. Sold by 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PBOPKIETOBS. 

Cormr Samome nai Commercial stf. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 

....FOB TEX.... 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Fenilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE ROMANCE AND REALITY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

BY WI1.KIF. GOX.US8, 7" 
IN THE 

Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 



By "Podsrers," la 



THE GOLDEN ERA. 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By CharLea Wurren Stoddard, la 

The Golden Era. 



TAKLB TALEL, 

J3y Olive Harper. In 

The Golden Era 



LEWIS & PANDER, 



.11 ktudit o' < ^n,.k . 
liK.KY alKi.liT. be 
D'lo 



. HNWARK AND Jk 
ne Ut^r.''. No. 3«4K^ 
3twe. Ke.mT aod vyyf 

).8 3.n Tir 



DIVIDENO NOTICE. 

Ban FnmM.cn Snv>iiu» Unlnn. fl.ia Call- 
furaltt -irec-i, corntr of TV* lib. 

pOH T'»K HAT F YWAR fNDINT WITH THE 
" 3 gf Decem'-cr. I'll, a divid-iid b»» b en d — 
Olt'ed it k - ra-e-fnio- ard .ix-teotb* (.9 H-10) 
n»'i. i eol. p«rninnmoi IWm D'D^Bi's, and ei<rQ. 
(") percent. p«r irnnm on Ord'niry Dnpoeirs. fre« 
Of K"*e ■! ff,x«n D-pohit«, piy&ble on aud after 
i3'-h J.muirj. 1873 ile nrrier. 
rt 3i \m UtTHLI, WMITK. OaabiBr. 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVKKT 8ATVKDAY WIGHT. 

Piano and. Slnsflns: at 8 P.M. 

D. BARRY, Obairmin. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

•"• MlBatoa street, near Second. 

dal« J EAGLES, Proprietor. 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

4159 ft-aernaseoto street. 

(Th* First Honso below Ksn-ny »tre*f,) 

FOB FrnniBHINO WHITE ANDOH1NERB 
H- -ip ff .i i fcinrt-.- G"Ot-r«l Ba-in*'B , K»Doy: 
O^l'-of R*n'*, N> U% »nrt Aaaenan; WhitJi arm 
Ohinea* I ihor-r* liapUed for Familim. Hoiell, 
Farm-, F40toriep. elo. 



TOM ^.. X3*At7t7"^*45» 

Fenllleton, in 

The Golden Era. 



OBIOIML STOKIE-*. POEMS AND 
BKBTOHE8, FASBION OOSRIJt*. 
AMCS8MKST8, LIT£BATUEE 
AND ART, A9fSW£KS TO COB- 
B£SFGNDENTS, ETC. 



rilHE "GOLKEN ERA" IS TBE OLDEST 
jL Weekly P^per in the State, permaneotl; 
established, and more wdo!y circnlatad at home 
aad abroid tbnn ary cth-r on tha PaoiBo Ooaet. 
Io Oa i'oro : fl, tbe Ail n'.io States, and ih ouphont 
tbe entire field of its ereni and rap dly increasing 
oiroalatioo, tbe "GLILDKN 1-Bi" is universally 
reRsrdedaia liierar; and fjtally jommalof ane- 
qaalled excellenoe. 

To Advertisers. 



The) "GOLDEN ERA" il a welaome Snnday vis- 
itor ia every Home and Household, and as an 
advertibing meoinro Its advaaiages must be appa- 
rent to boaineas men. 

TO MAIL SUBSORIBSBS, 

The Golden Fra, for On* Tear, S3 SO ; 
for Six Months, S3 «tO. 

Knbacriptioaa to be paid in advaoo*. 

The Golden Em and PeteraAo** Endtes' 

Nutloual JUosaxlne. On* Year* SG. 

■STTHE GOLPEN ERA and PETERSON'S 

ladiev National magazine ssrvad by 
Oarriats in tbe city at l!>i oents per week. 

TBE GOLDEN ERA. single copies. Ten OenU. 

For sale at all Hewa-itandi. 

Oflee off the Gelden Bra, 



Pacific Stone Company. 

TBE PACIFIC STONE COMPANY OALL 
the ee-^eoiaJ attention of Arobiteote, Engin- 
eers, and the onblio in general, to tbe SUPERIOR 
QUAL1 TY of tbo Stone now being man ufac tared 
by them in this oitj nader tbe Raaaome Patenu. 
Tbey make to order and keep-in stock: 
BnlldlOB Front*. Wuicr Pipe, 

Bloke, Monnmente, Fonntatna, 

Tllea, Copln^a for V^ulle, 

Filter*, etc., etc.. 

Together with Ransome's o»lebrat«d Free-Grlk 

Grindstone*, ail of whioh we guarantee saperior, 

and at a price far below that of hand-oat work. 

•oT-Tbe attention of private parties intending U 
baild is reepeotfnlly solioit^d. 
Office. No. IO BUS H STREET, San Franolseo. 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 




L. BLAIR'S, 




B. F. 8TERETF P11IATEK 



THOMAS W. BKEE. 
SILVER FIjATBH. 

J* MANUFAUTDRKRI 
^r — AND— 

_^^ BEPAIBEK| 

@Q DRUMsTSaHJOS, 

My _ AND _ 

UTJUEB MUSH' A A. 1XSTRUMJCN7J, 
ESTABLISBED IN 1805. 

■eT"Los8oaa given on the Banjo aod Dram. 541 I 
MISSION STREET, between First and tteoond. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo ttanjoa for Pro- 
eesio^ats s1w*vb on band *a!5 tf 



Declared Agalne! the Whole *World and • 
the Seat of AlunKlnd. 



PATENT EAGLE BLAUK1NG -WARRANT- 1 1 
ed eaperlor to any in tne market. Miinulso- ' 
tared by MOORE A CO, No. *10 Leid«edoiS 
hl.rnt., Ct. F. Direotims for U»o: Wnen found too . 
thick, add a little water. Keep Ue botile well 
corked. Sold by all Grooern. .irugalst-.eto. d31 




TRAYn»tw S tBon hand. 



Alfred Tetter,' 

Manufacturer and 
Ini porter of 

BIRD CAGES,! 

SS5 Dnpont, 

SEAR SUTTER STREET. ' 

See my etook of Bird' 
Oajs"« b f.re parobasing; 
o -ewbero AlwayiBome-i 
"lif.KDow oo hund. M*l 
Piie> t Cag*>s, made of i 
Tin Wup, ara wnrrunted 
f ttKE I'hliM VKRMIN 
Also, beet qnaliiy TKA 
no20 tf i 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

OA3 REARM STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT 
the eborte* notic* All Tn-es and 
Cigar Holders witiuotFd genuine, aod 
to o lor weil. Mtti-r obaun> Pip- sad 
■walking Cares MunnttO and Repaired 
at lowest l*a-t.erh Pnesp, aod wir.b the beet work- 
manship. A lnrg« anorment of Walking Oanet 
and Fancy Guode of every dsbcriptioo always oa 
band. no-1 im I 



The Popular Beverage 

t^ONGRFSS WAT*R tKOM '(U.E PAOIFIO 
' Congress SprnpB, nfar Santa (Jlara. Iodoraed 
by tbe Medical Faunliy he cnraiive_powers being 



door from How. rd. Families ^upnlied dally. Ijib- 
eral di-coum to tba tm f, idJ orders attended tc 
piomplly. dt'iSlni 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD. PROPRIETOR, 

THE OLDEST ESTA BLISHED 
and most popolar Restanrant in 
Boo Franoieoo. The Table* are sop- 

Clied with tile bout in market. Board. 
p the week. 408 PINE oTHEh.T, jiibtabO' 
Mnnr.cnn.nn mftr2K 1» 



!ft! 



GEORGE MiiYEfe 1 ; 

DRAfaRH ia !.' ■ 
andall kimi! ol >tJLU. FlhU.j 
Stalls Nos. -to. 41, *.*, (Mifomlal 

Markvt, t'n-.riiJCf oc U«Jtfon)/l *tr«et. * ' 

Pablk o-r private parlieu t.id families popplie 
(rom 6 A.ii. to 12 P. V. LAdixu' and Gontlameo 
OwWUnnir own *rf<r. S. . • " Vi p v ^rt27lv , 



°" " *' 



DR. W. A. PAYKE, 

THIS CEIEPRA'ED PHYSICIAN HAS RJ 
moved htHtfflct from tbe Kus* Hoa»e io b < 
Flegant Suite oi Kooui , l\ o. + ■ © K»»roy Btres 
H» tells >our dlBesse wirhouta quustion. Don 
fail tooall. AU Ubronic Dieeeses treaibd rocoes 
fn Iv del9lai< 



Bar Bugar 

"C.0R SALE — 518 KEARITT STSKET, i 
" MEKOKR'S. Alio, ever, kind of Cdl 

Wb^te.sJe and Retail. i 

n«7l( M. A. JUEKCBSV 



Indian Queen Range 

The Best in the Bf tu-ke 

MANUFAOTUBED BY 

SUE8 SI. tICKLEB, 
ool8 If 4»0 ... *,»» K.nrn 




ME* YQFK PRICI 

HALI '6 PIANi 
Pi r Bale at No, 1 > 
>ler .treat. Oall a ' 
examine lor jour.el. i 

avTB. ml, Oallf, 
ai.-icad. Piaoo .n t ■ 






Napa Sodi 
bt kmMn Tsete. 




itrl 



T* 




• »■ rm*»CI»CO WEOXSEDAY. JAMl ART IV IBTS. 



Vs*. *V1. - ■.. 144. 



v , . 1 • , 

• SI MCf ViD SI r 

i Bats] I 

f" »" ■" 

8 in lojiiod 



4ETR0P0UTIN THEATRE 



MIW ALLTA1BRA TH1ATR1. 



I • aa»» 



wis w a i (kii test SsttttM if the Seasoi 

° !!u! .-» i 

The Yellow Hat! 




SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 




The Yellow Hat! 



^■WIHIM I 



1BIIU. 

Malta a 

tth 

kRI 

tffb.l.B... 
U.llM 



dm m 



I: ',■■■'■ ' 

mm 

as 



imnwiraj 
i»»»i«"»J 



wenty Thousand Persons. 

■ vmi *> *■-.» naleTaa »*•-■ •' ■■*• 

The Yellow Hat 



■ ■KTtinmt 8c«f>rT. 

Battalion or Amaions 

ISrilliant Armor, 
Wonderful Colored Light*, 

Startling Mechanlral Effects, 
|Hnperli Variety Entertainment, 

Endless Tricks and Novelties, 

■jr.... 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

T»» •bs!» ferwivf a OoaUestloa of Attractions 
•mt •%*• t*d la say Taaatra. 



I.VNT WKK.H < »1 llli 

EMERSON MINSTRELS 



THII KVENIMO 



aoasans. no 



JANUARY 15 

it«t mini DVRia* rai win. aid iatjad.t Amaiioow it i 



lt«»aaUim>»nt ii In Nulon. 



I TH» QUTI IF jism< 



■ I..TH . 

nnw m 



i .• i . .tr<r 



oo<X"fc>y- o. 



"Onoio 1 



I ; »»» aid ki»n»rii i rn 

I marijm ni-rnn 

w r hum 

Tim omit ail.i.1 iaixo\ 

j. a IUHUL 




■ortlnnr. lUrki, IHnon Thnmjv»ont 



• II.I.IHIXIIII ,.l»i|,i 



tove. 

D i I iRwnon 



l'nrt •»<•<•.. n.l- 



-<>llo. 



TVHlEI SOIVLIVAIVIIjOTTX^IST. 






lee X-t! 



eo It! 



e» But OflS* wi fr-.fi t a_M\ to 5 rv . . wbsrs Ra*«rr«<] 
mm* h» ••cTf.i SIX DATS IK ADVANCE, 
r POSITITBLT HO i a RKf LIST. Tbtrs will bs bo sxcsp- 
i to tola ml*. 



T XX B O- T * BAT 

CX^T^^ST ^EI XkX 3ES X*. JS <3 1ST 

In lii- Knli<1<liiH<'ii|ii' <>» Nnvrlllrs 

L^T^LT7)ilETT?r7rT~~^^ 



OHANT vs. OPPIOSJ 



IBUK.HH.S, 



i l.rw. « mrul »l In. Whltf ll..«« 
E'KK. *■•»».! 

orri r - 



iiiiii t«r«'n« 

. AliO If. HA.fl H.K il MM - SAMKliKKV 

llirniv. Riv KIKM.'.FIL KOBIIt.ON, ftnol r . to. 



OVERTURE- ■■«••■' *>r Tncmi.Ii.lur ORCHESTRA 

To conclude .lib lb. be.utlfal P.nt...olmlc Specticlo, WT.ttK.d by BOB HAUT, cnllllrd 



GERMEUIL. t&. lUolllUai.l B in HART 

M.AIANi.kY SCIT1 | riKl.RU J. ROB 

I W.r. KlK'lt kOHP lillAN. KUiTON 

HA Kill*, hi. -if. Mlsll Jh.-l'MK S'IKKMAN | nhMINKI OR. RIUUARDA 

JHKR-. I'hASANrS. KTO. 



FRIDAY ETBKING. J.DOjirj 17lh 

FAREWELL BENEFIT OF THE GREAT EMERSON! 

L.AST niOH tf TWO OK 1 THB HMERSOW MItTSTBELS. 



MONDAY BY&MNO. J»na.rj autb— Jir.t AppamBU of 

JOHNNY ALLEN. MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THKATRK DOES NOT ADVKKTlisE IV THE "CHRONICLE." 



r All Bills against the Alhenibre Tboatre must oe ureeented bere»iter on Monday. 
r I'sf(ormin« to comiueace pun eta illy at eight o'clock. 



Mill tWIllPWftT HI MPT iwoiAina 

■UllaAl.^.... , „ „ m . , . M ■a»U SJL. fl.lr 

I ix.- Mlontea -with Norilmor 

Ctoaafa 



Fairy l|ii-f> 

Hallad 

Comtr fast ... 



■ ••Ml* I... rarm 
Maajy;lt> Rrrwf 



Mr. A I man Lvl'abr .. 
■■ Lallabf . 



CURTAIN LECTURES. 



v ■ * * — to KaaaaAy 



Mr. Hugh .{-iIiiiimmi in II in Changes ! 



tlallaal 

Anna Maria t raw 

n«n« Kulu 

Came. Hlrrile. Cone 



. SCIa* Faitj afaiidevill* 

I-ydla I.lvlaar<t*a 

Ima ItlKoa 

Iinnlip Nomrri 



UNDER THE CASLICHT! 



Old BwiUbaiao.. 

Knorkar 

II, k- 

Emma Court land 



Ibsrlsa Tbonip*oo 

...Uaih Kobimoa 

Kraal MorUmar 

Mpllta LaKorra.i 



•»««■; and Dance l,oa Dlxoa 

Pulrot Fluwrr Mla«riande 

"••"a" Him I, a Forrrat 

Hltibland Flint; HIm I.WInaatos 

Tattn He Home Aarnla I.»n4an Nam«ri 

"1«E^R^ACT^ 

P»tks And Dlxoa 



Ovsrtare 



floni 

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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

....0IB0DLATZS IN .... 

All the Theatres, 
CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

m TB4 TKAB. 

8ENERALLY THS0DQH0DT THE CUT 
Oa the BOATS and CABS 



THE OLD 
Hot S 00 tola., 

1G Morton Street, near Kearny. 

AH Diiuks Ten Cents 
Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IN TOWN. 

AlwavH on file the New York Herald, Harper's 
Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Day's Doing?, PuiieeOit- 
7 no, all toe California n«p- re, mI>o London 
iiincli. Bell's Life, Illustrated London News. Call 
and m' sty yourself. 

mr Don't forget the eigo of tbe Hot Scotch. 

d»7t.t OHARLKS WM. KKLDMAN. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AMD. .. 

TOM and JERRY, 

OO TO THK DBaNOII 

Hot Scotoli, 

*88 Sntter street, sear Keurny. 

All -Oi-iiiliis Ten Cojits 

HOT C1IO WO I It KTF.UY MGJIT. 
nolB'tt JOS. D, BHIGQS, Proprietor 

DRESS JMAKINC. 

MRS. M. F. BISHOP, NO. 1« O'fARRKLL 
■ treot, la the p'noe lor Ladies and strangers 
visiting the ally to have tbeir Dresses made in 
.style, and a perfeoi tit, at a mo derate price de'9 

RIGHEDA FAMILY 

(Formerly 0/ Cftidritia's OoyaX Italian Cirmt) 

WILL GIVE LESSONS ON TBE VIOLIN OR 
Oaitar, at residencies (if required), or for 
nieh Mnsio for Balls or Parties, at moderate 
charges. Residence., SOU Montgomery street 
corner Jaohson. HoomKo.ll. del21m 

J. O. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN I.UNCH, 

Car. Second and Tehama .treet.. 

_r-T.rr.pln oonnt.ntlj on h.nd. 
OliMrl in ..en. ttyl.. PBIVAT1 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PABTIE8. 
dec 31 lm 

CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
the Theatrical Profession in > alifornfa pro- 
pose forming classes for inatrvotion In Elocution. 
Pit-none wishing to avail themsslvss of the oppor- 
tunity of acquiring a ns*f ul art at a moderate coat 
oanssnd in laSoIr names to "Oambyses" P.O.Box 
Oil, when par tic a la ra as to terms, sto , will be 
aeotfwthem. L aTsa — aaTJoetr 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon beheld It? If not, you've a treat 
AtSQOAUZ VS PONOH BALOON, In Eearav utreet ] 
There BONA, disciple of GREAT 8QUARZA, 
Dlspenaos famed Magic Punohes; rathsr 
The most delicious mlxtnrss yet recorded; 
And have with many medals been rewarded! 
Ladles their CORDIALS there can sip at lelfltue.— 
Their "TEARS" appease.— and Men gala "LADI1ES 

PLEASURE." 
To allay connubial differences and pain, 
In "ANTI-DIYORCE" yoa can yoar end attain. 
Blp of the potent extract but one taste, 
Sour arm, consoling, straight laround her wallt 
Guess what a "AioiiNiNd aOMt'uitr" lu the klsi 
That heals the pnarrel and imparts the biles! 
The "WELCOME" too, you'll always find 
A balmy soother for the troubled mind. 
The bright "AURORA.,." and the unroot "FAREWELL, 
Just visit BONA, and you'll all fare well I 
His "HYGIENIC BITTERS" are the panaoea 
For all dyapeptlos and for diarrhoea. 
No Cholera Morbus ever has been found 
Where "HYGIENIC BITTEBB" knock aroantt. 
BONA and BQUa&ZA, spite of all detraotors, 
Have proved tbe Nation's greatest beaefaotorsl 
Fall roar? iirfiraat hi.Uhfal deliki yoa'U Hod 
To aid the Man— invigorate the mlndl 
Not this alone— a Weloome yon will meet 
At BONA'8- (8Q0 ABZ A'fl, -317 KEARNY STREET. 
Remember, too, not this famed place to pan; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT A GL ABB, 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 



THE FIRST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairs. 



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WEDNESDAY JANUABY 15, 1873 



AMU8EMBNT8, Etc 

California. Th»»UN 

Dr ibr«« nixhis more will the w*od*r* of Al- 
addin's limp b* pr«s»nl*d to lb* pib' c of Sai 
FnocUco To* d*w bail* t bj to* Btsl Sitters Md 
corp* cf d*oc*r* i* partionlarly good end 
tboald be eo*»b*lore It 1* ■iiUdrito, 
Alhimbra. 

Tat b li pr*M3 1«4 at this boat* it a *pl*odid out. 
Bob Hart, Add Kyman tod J. Roblmoa c*o** 
mmob Ian io "fhi BoaumbaliiL :' Billy Em- 
tnoo is gr«*tin bn epaoaliW. ud al=o in the 
act of "Great rt. I fflic* Seeker* ;" Bob Bart'e cap- 
ital pantomimic BBeccaclst of Tbe Raadit" termic- 
Met tbe eTofilas'e eturt* lament. 
Metropolitan Ttoentre. 

-Tb« Yellow Hat" will be presented bat * few 
night* moreee Mias A. L. Dargon, will commence 
uicmem^Dioi. Monday ntx*. Tne wooderfoj 
tea i of tbsBoialay Family form quite » feature 
lb tbepleoe. 
Bell* Union Thmlre. 

Miu Jesoie Worrel'. Mi** Ltllle Hall and tbe 
talented company engaged at tbis houa* (continue 
to. draw targe 6adicD.ee. .Tbe programme is* 
vary variei aod amusing one. comprliiogalitt'o 
of eTorrtoing. liiai Jenny «o rell| hia made*. 
decided bit to "Vu, tbe Good for Nothing" 
Xh- Athrnenm. 

Mia* Agoee K*nn*dy appears nightly at this 
home in her •pecialiiea; Hugh Robinson in 
change* : Mortimer io obaraci er ckelebea ; Charley 
Tbompiouand Mite Agnes Kennedy tin ."Curiam 
a>ctnrea." aod otbera in various apeoialties eat 
forth on oar flret page. 
Billy Entereon'a Benefit. 

Tbis popular performer is to have bis benefit oo 
Friday evening next, it being the last nigh; bat 
two of the aminoD Minstrels ia t sis city. Of 
eoaree an immenas audience will be pre eat, and 
there will be a great rnab for seats. Thebox- 
o ffice ie now open — a hint to the wise is snmcieat 
Th> New Hippodrome. 

Joha WiUoa' • new place of amusement U on Sal- 
ter itreei, between Montgomery and Kearny. Tbe 
lot has been fenced in, having a lar.e arcbed en- 
trance way, and toe grading 1b nearly camplated 
Tbe ■ tag is laid and the frame work for the eeate. 
ia Peine erected. Mesager Wllion is undecided a 
yet when be will open, bat expresses, bis inten- 
tion of having everything read; by tbe time his 
Eastern people arrive. 
Woodward'*- Gardens. 

The Fourth grand Masquerade Skating Carnival 
occur* to-night in the mammoth pavilion at the 
Bardies. Twelve valuable prises will be awarded 
Skating from 9 to 11, dancing from 11 to 2 o'clock. 

The Hobti cultural Hall.— Skatisq — 

Bkating uienjtl.ee Tneaday afternoon and eve- 
ning, Wednesday afternoon and eventog. Thurs- 
day afternoon and evening, and Saturday afternoon 
atd evening, 

anatomical Mcaxuu One of the moet 

■ ompUie coiiecuooe of the kind In the United 
fltttea, comprising hundred* of ooatly and beeu- 
tUui wtx models. :s daily on view {to gentlemen 
Only) At ihe Museum on Montgomery street. An 
aoar may be procitablj meot here. 



Holiday Sports, 

Christmas fejiivitiea at a Chxago hotel, 
the Avenue house, included a sanguinary 
combat in tbe dining-room between the col- 
ored cco'a, armed with a cleaver, and one of 
the waiters, whoee we&poa waa a razor. 
The later implement carried the day, tbe 
culinary combatant having numerous long 
slices carved out of him. As there were no 
ladies in the dining room at the time tnch 
an every-dsy Cbioago ifftr of conrse "did 
not create muth excitement in the hotel." 



Doing Hie Doty. 

A dog is a fool io be faithful at Rochester 
New Hampshire. A big Newfoundlander 
was left to guard a sleigh in tfcat town the 
other day, and because he cbawed a boy in 
the line or his duty, he was turned over to 
the sausage makers. The dogs in San Fran- 
eisco are equally badly treated. If a dog ia 
good and do>s his doty he is sore to come 
to a bad end. 



A Cruel Joke. 

The Terre Haute Gazette man was onee a 
cock on a canal boat. The boys in the of- 
fice aay ife fan to suddenly yell "low 
bridge," and seo him dive frantically under 
tbe desk, [So says an exchange. Gan it be 
possible that cruelties like this are practiced 
on Western editors?} 



Cheeky. 

The literary critic of the Bulletin— the 
man who does tbe book notices— in review- 
ing Stanley's book, "How I found Living- 
stone," says : 

Mr. Stanley is not a gentleman of schol- 
arly attainments. He is not even a good 
newspiper writer. A man who snouli per- 
petrate each ouiragts on the King's EogliBb, 
»s be isgalllv of perpem»llv doing, would 
be diemie^edfrom any well-regulated news- 
paper office. 

A few lines lower down the Bulletin critic, 
who, of course, is a gentleman of scholarly 
attainments and never perpetrates outrages 
on the King's English, makes use of the fol- 
lowing express on : 

Conveying an altogether different idea of 
that prtof tbe world than what it has been 
the co» torn to entertain. 

Let him be dismissed at once. 



Naturally Di-gusted. 

We find the following in the Alta'e "Oak- 
land Items:" 

Last evening as a yonng man named Wal- 
ter Wright Dogue, was going into BamberA j 
Co.'s office, on Broadway, near Seventh et, | 
he was bitten by a large bull-dog. The dog 
was poisoned this moroinq. Tbis makes the 
third person he has bitten inside of three 
months. 

Wohtvenodoabt the ball-dog felt die- j 
gnsted with Mr. Dogue for spelling his name 
in such an affected manner. Oar sympa- 
thies are with the "dogue" that was pois- 
oned. 

Doninoea, 

Indignant Wife— A pretty hour to come 
home this ! What do you mean by deceiv- 
ing me so cruelly? 

Cruel Husband— Deceive yon— 

Indignant Wife— Don't tell me any more 
lies ! Didn't you say last night that you 
were only going to a quiet little party— dom- 
inoes and that sort of thing? 

Cruel Husband— Jnst to; that's what I 
said exactly. Dominoes — dominces, yon 
know I Always have dominoee at a masked 
ball! 



Tonne Darwinil*s. 

Some time since a young minister in Lon- 
don wished to impress his Sabbath school 
with the dignity of man by reference to the 
fact that men had souls wbils ordinary ani- 
mal creation have none. Striking an at- 
titude, he asked, "Now, children, what 
is the great difference between a monkey 
and a boy?" "The tail, the tail, the tail," 
came from all parts of tbe house, and the 
minister was satisfied. 



Faith in Spirit. 

A Western editor triumphantly exclaims : 
"Man shall not live by bread alone," and 
then acknowledges the reoeipt of a jag of 
"old Bourbon." He is the eame man who 
advised his agricultural readers to improve 
the cultivation of hops by attsnding dancing 

school. ' 

* 

TJ nre cognizable. 

A despatch describing the corpse of Louis 
Napoleon sb it lay in the coffin says: "The 
upper lip is bare, the moustache having 
been cut off to facilliUte the taking of a 
plaster ciBt." We hope if those casts are 
to be reproduced tbe moustache will be 
added. Louis Napoleon without that grand 
moustache, which was such a distinctive 
feature in his countenance would be almost 
unrecognizable. 



Still Alive: 

When looting for Holiday present?, go to the 
New Yore Photograph Gaulzbt. No. 35 Third 
street, and see those beintiinl portraits in oil, 
water-colors and India-Ink. Prices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper than at any ether 
first-class gallery In the city. Remember the 
place— B. F. Howland & Co., 25 Third St. p 



A Happy New Year. 

What a pleainre It ie to meet a smiling counte- 
nance, whether it be on tbe street or io tbe par- 
lor. And whj is it that some faces wear a contin- 
ual lr happy look? It is simply because 1 5 ey liveoa 
a plain, nutritions and substantial diet. Tbat man 
is a public benefactor who will conscientiously 
serve us with a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
neat. Louis Meyers, proprietor of tbe "White 
House." Kearny street, also of the Capitol Res- 
taurant. Fourth street, does It. as hundreds can 
en th osias tic ally testify. Hie k tohtns are marvels 
of ordf r and cleanliness. Try him, and jou will 
find it impossible to eat elsewhere. 



A. Juvenile Momtrotlty. 

Co' umbos, 0.,haii boy wh o prefers go- 
ing to Sunday school, and giving all his 
pennies to the missionaries, to baying tick 
ets for the circus, pitching pennieg, drink" 
ing lemonade, or pnrobating a pistol. Barl 
num will catch tbat youngster for his next 
show. 

The Oood Old Times. 

An English paper esys tbat witboot doubt 
had Adsm been an Englishman his condi- 
tion with nothing ta crumble at, and no 
"good old times" to look back upon, would 
have been the extreme of misery. 

To Actresses.— For sale at a great sacrifice 
St &J Geary street, eixe'.egtat silk dresses, ane- 
quailed for quality aad style. b 

Holldi._ Punches. 

There are no Punches for the Holiday tarles 
that compare with 6qnaraa*s. SquuzVs Punches 
are fameuj for the high art shown in their man- 
srfaorore.tbe happy combination of wholesome 
tonics, and ,.clr delicious flavor. Bona, the 
aisclple. of the great Sqaarsa, has prepared 
forty different kind of punches and co-dials for 
tbe Holiday tables. Jar sale at tbe new branch, 
317 Ke-'.rr. : at the Old Headquarters, 



Jones A Schroder's 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can be obtained only 
at 830 Bath *tieet, nearly opposite the Alham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Hut eats It, and they all 
eat it. Only the best brands of Liquors bot- 
tled for family use. q 

Lever Eucfilo subpendert, 

At $1 per pair— IS per cent, cheaper than else- 
There— at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



OursvoTAirr.— Madame Clara Aatoula, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
has removed to 333 Kearny et. OousultaUong is 
ssngltsh, French and German. x 



Somothlrig JXew. 

Wm A. Hnbbard'a manufactured misses' and 
infant's garments and ladles undtrwesr in suit', 
are famed for their superiority of mike and tex- 
ture all over the Union. Mr. Geo. W. Amldea, 
the authorized agent of Mr. Babbard, baa eetab- 
llshed a depot of these goods at MS Second at, 
for whole? ate and retail trade. A liberal du- 
count to the trade. j 



*■ JE*losvaeant Location, 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the One suites of rooms to 1st there 
Tne building is a tbtv fine one and Is well 
lighted md ventilated. . 



Diamond Catarrh Remedy 

Is a rare cure for Catarrh or Colds. Ask your 
drugei3t for it, or send to Dr, A. F. Bvox, No. 
9 Post street. z 



Sewing Machines for Sale or to Rent, 



THE GLORY OP MODERN LIFE. 

Our race Is run; the Norman knight 

Is distanced by the engineer; 
The cotton-spinner beata ua qaite 

When all the butle U to clear 

A hundred thousand pounds a year; 
That Is the glory of our aS>, 
Blx figDr-a on tbe Ledger's page,— 

And no bad glory either, dear, 
As glory goes among saint and sage. 

Our life Is all a pocr illusion, 
And nothing la that Eeems to be; 

Our knowledge only breeds confaeion, 
Our love is moonshine on the sea: 

Our faith is but the shadow we 

Gait on the cloud that bounds our view; 

And to be virtuous and trae 
Is t -ouble, plarue and misery. 
If we have not the funds whea the bills come doe. 

A Warrior Returned. 

Forbes Maitland, a gentleman who came 
hgre from Japan, and contnbutad a sjriee 
of papers on that country to the "Ciltfor- 
nian" tome years ago, has since then expe- 
rienced many vicissitudes. He waa lor 
some time interested in sheep in Banti Bar- 
bara, but like yonng Norval, longed to fol- 
low to the field some warlike lord, and from 
a love of adventure, enlisted in the U. S. 
Army. He went to Arizona, paisad through 
some Indian fights unscathed and in conse- 
quence of his superior education, and 
knowledge of drill acquired in tbe English 
sTolnnteer service, was rspidly promoted te 
tbe rank of sergeant ^major. Yesterday he 
came into our office io which the Californi- 
an n^ed to be published a real liva warrior 
of theModo: war, discharged from the ser- 
vice with a bsndaome pension, having been 
wounded in the sbonlder. As many people 
don't believe that tbere is or has been any 
real Modoc war a man who was actually 
wounded in tbe aforesaid war is an object of 
interest. Mr. Maitland should at once take 

to the lecture field. 

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Useless Labor . 

An enterprising citizen of Piano, 111., has 
after long and anxious etudy succeeded in 
making a whistle out cf a pig's tail. It 
would not be worth mentioning were it do 
that he has been boasting about it, and 
Piano Is jubilant over ths subject. But 
why? It »a3 never denied tbat a whistle 
could be made out of a pig's tail. We are 
grieved to be compelled to mix such an alloy 
as disapointment in the joy of Piano, but 
the original proposition was not that none 
conldmak9 a whiBtle out of a pig's tail, but 
tbat one could not make one of tin out of the 
material. We think tbat the wisdom of the 
propounder of this problem remains yet un- 
assaiiel by aoy practical proof of the falla- 
cy of his celebrated axiom. All the man 
has to do now is to turn it into tin, aud per- 
haps with an equal amount of perseverance 
and intelligence he has devoted to accom- 
plish his present intellectual triumph, be 
may succeed in doing it : if so, none sooner 
than we will give him all the credit tbat ie 
justlydue him. 

Line Upon Line. 
Tostee is 51. 
Sothern is 50. 
Italy supports 34S theatres. 

Minnesota shivers for fuel, 

The ice at Peru; III., is a foot tbick. 

Mrs. John Wood is &% yonng ss ever. 

Forrest's library was valued at $250,000. 

The masquerade ball Ee&eon has set in. 

Some think to be in debt ie an advantage. 

London's latest fanny paper is The Gossip. 

Chicago "hasn't had such weather since 
'54. 

The wood of old whisky barrels is poison- 
ous. 

Japan's tea trade has trebled within four 
years. 

Cincinnati gets her wood saved by con- 
vict labor. 

Florida's sugar and syrup crop his never 
been beaten. 

Salt Like eporte make bets on Brigham 
Young's life. 

Nearly all the January magazines pat 
their best fe&t forward. 

Once in the world man was primary, and 
clothes were secondary. 

Kansas has Bhipped mere cattle East this 
year than any other State. 

Dubuqueites have a fashion of swapping 
babiea "nnsight and unseen. " 

A Milwaukee Congressman has been frank- 
ing a friend's wedding-cards. 

An Illinois exchange reports the thermom- 
eter '''thirty degrees below Cairo." 



Holiday Candles. 

Fresh, sweet arjd delicious Candies, of every 
variety, at M. A. Mercir'B pioneer confection- 
ery, o"S Kearny street ■Wholesale ana retell, a 



An Old LnndmarK. 

The Terandah Cigar Store, at the N. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington street?, kept by 
Henry Bebznldt, has been famous for the laet 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc w 



Everybody Suited. 

There it no end to the multitude of fashions 
in bate. At •* The" Bat Store, 647 Wa-hiogton 
street (second hit store below Kearny), all these 
m-or styles can be found. The stock is imm-nae 
—the prices axe reasonable. Evtry ona who 
goes there ia sure to be suited. b 

Gentlemen, Attention! 

For the most comfortable tnd Inxarious shave 
be eure and cell at O.L. Susand's Palace Shaving 
and Hairdresslng Saioon, 224 Montgomery St., 
opposite Bu?b House, up-EUlri. Only the most 
skillful aitlsta employed. E 



doalth an<x Pleasure. 

Tnere are not too many pleasures In San 
Francisco. Nothing Is more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive Into tne coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, can And one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage stand, Frank Eon- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. Bis 
dnvem are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
to to Frank Bouton at the Occidental Hotel 
t/uen you want a carriage. o 



The Choicest Confectionery , 

John H. Bomer has just opened a new and 
handtome confection try store at 126 Kearny 
street, whore can be obtaloea superior finely 

flavored confectionery of all kinds. Balls and 
parties suppliied. j 

Wasrtlng: Beturnett in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
laundry. 

- ■ » 

Hats fox> Holidays. 

» Tax" Hat Store, 617 Washington street (sec- 
ond hat store below Kearny), is the plioe to go 
to buy your holiday hats. Finest hate, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat store in the city. 
Remember, No. 647, second hat store below 
Kearny, on Washington street. s 



S. F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booluellers and Stationers, 
EL H. Moore, 669 MenWomerT. near Merchant. 

Botlnen College*. 
Heald'e, Bryant A S trat tan's College, 24 Poet St. 

Huicber*. 
Katz, Fred. Statu 94 to 100. California Market. 

Bnui Fo underlet. 
Weed A Kingwell, California. 125 First at, 

French Fancy Good*. 
Loean A Co., 19 Mentgomery. 107 and 109 S otter , 

Hawaii Hair. 
Sampeoo. A. B. a Co.. 110 Second street. 

Mailc and Mnttcal Jnatruanente* 
Keene, O. O., mftr. aooordians, repairer of all M^ a^ 
musical instruments, 308 Kearny. 
Mucearonl HnanfaclDrera, 
Brignardello, Af aochiaveilo A Co., 706 Sanaeme, 

"Wine* and Liquor*. ( Wholesale..) 
Danen F. * Co.. 501 Front- 

Whltener. 
James C. Sellers, No. 31 Second street 



Photocraphlc Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery. 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission >treet. x 

Wraitener. 

jAirx* O Sellers. 31 Second street. ni 



FIGARO 



CIRODLATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME EN 
ever; Theatre in ban Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DIBTBrBTJTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 
ent the centre of the citr, io all Hotels, Bee- 
Uarxnte, Saloons, Store* and Offices. 



FIGARO 

18 CIRCULATED JKVKRY DAY ON THE 
Oakland JerryBcatB to catch the paa&eneere 
hat arrive bj tbegreat Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Oregon— tne pas>ere left in the theatres ataight 
beiae gathered np and saved for that pornoee. ■£ 



FIGARO 

18 "HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
in the Theatres, Traveling Conveyances, Hotels, 
and paUio resort* eemeralbr. 



FIGARO 

CmCULATEB LN THE BEST SOCIETY. IS 
placed in tbe bands of nearly all who come 
to the city to make pnrcbaees, and is therefore Lhe 
best of advertising mediums. 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintlngHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING 
Easiness at tbe corner of Sacramento aa4 
LeidesdorS streets, and 

Removed to 532 Clay street. 

Will, in f ntnre, condnct the eame line of basin 
at tbe new location, in connection with the office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom bejiaa united his stock and bosineet 
thos m&feing thid 

THE LARBEST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFICE 
\H THE STATE, 

And affording unsurpassed facilities for Prmti&a 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
given to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CQHCERf 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engraven stand at the bead of the profes- 
sion, as samples on the dead-walls of the city win 
testify. 

A oatlie solicited from my friends and the pub- 
lic at my new quarters. 

H. P. TATLOB, 

del lm iWiluy street- 



ARIONI 

Pianoforte. 

DECLARED BY THE JUDGES AT A LATB 1 
Fair of the American Institnte. after a blind- 
fold trial erainst Stsinway's. Chicbenng's, and ■ 
others, to be Ttia BfcST ON EXHIBITION. B. 
CrBTAZ, Sole Agent. SO O'FarreU street. ; 
N B.— Piaooaof all ityUii TO RENT. mart 




OUTSIDE LANDS. 

A NY AND ALL PERSONS THAT HAVE I, 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- I 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tho ■ 
amount refunded at the office of the undersigned ■ 
opon the presentation of an order from the < 
Mayor and City and County Attorney. 
delStf A. ATJSTTN. 




^. OLD 

DAVE MENDE8 & CO., at the I 
_ old original Red Lion. IO Geary 
street, between Kearny and Dnpont, where yoa > 
canhaTe HOT AND OOLD DRINKS, not forgets 
ting the old Pioneer Lnncb. The "Old Sport" is I 
always on hand. 



To the Dramatic Profession. | 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BERN i 
over twelve years connected with the press of 
Melbourne, and is well known by the members of 
the profession in the Colonies, begs to intimate' 
that he is prepared to give experienced advice is 
all persons professionally visiting or meditatinaa 
visit to the Australian Colonies. Fee moderate. 
Punctuality in dispatching replies may be relied 
opon. 

WTLLIAir HENRY WATERS. 
liVictoria Chambers, ~VO Collins street. M*4* 
boarne. Aastrali*. f e6 tf 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY PUT NISHED ROOMS, SDB- 
gle or in suits. 

Well .Lighted and Ventilated. 
Drturnirced Rooms to let. Lodging Wlfcfi> 
or without board. ALHAMBRA. BuTlDZNQ 
■IB R B »h atreet. oc3« rf 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FINEST ^CANDV 
made at our Steam Candy Factory 4\ily. All 
orders, especially from tbe country, are solicited* 
ard will he promptly attended to. 

OaNTY * WAGNER, 
lOT Montgomery at- rnv-r Ro*ta* 



BOO fairs ot Socks, 
At all prices, at t he What Cheer Laundry, 



ilm. 



awsSMl 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The German Sawing* and Loon Soelety. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE DK- 
dared a dividend or nine ($) per oent. per 
annum on Term Deposits, and eeven aud one- half 
(,%) percent, per annum on Ordinary Deposit*, 
free of Federal I Tsx, for the eir month* acding 
Decembtr 11. 1872, payable on and after January 
15, IS it. By order, 



CENTRAL 

NO. 113 GEARY STREET. 1 
Beat acoommodatioDS for W, , _ . . , 

Familiea in tbe city. Private ■*«?** LSJi 

entrance forLadtee. Hair Catting, Shaving and 
Soampooing. Children's Hair neatly cat. Ladies 
Shampooing 50 cents, 
i'lllm !_,. CORRIVEAU. Proprietar. 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academy 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 

HATWARDS. 

lOHY OAKEo PBOPR1ETOE 

otel. 



35* 1 1- m t- Cl a. m 

i j 15 6m 



GENTS' FURNjSHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS' FUR- 
nisbing Goods to be had good and cheap, at 



ntsnmg 
"uLDG'i 



ORNER '- J Lf 



IG GOODS. i 

OF GENTS' FUR. j 
good and cbeap, at j I 

mmmM 




s> 



MONTSOMERT S 
HOTEL. 



.« ' ■ t> w- 




ifari 



tH> 



•as nuatMcoi wididd«t, jamcary i.v istx 



•a. xti. ■•. iu. 



FURNISHED ROOMS 

ii 

18 ud $10 per Month 

WEST ST'HOTFl, 







METROPOLITAN THEATRE 
§*; Nina ii 
GE8T BDISLAY FAHIII.Y 



CALIFORNIA TIIEATR1. 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



I x •- ■- * t little 



JVNl'ARY I* 
>.« I o-NlAfllt. 



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►M 



vrrr or TBI 

Slar Premiere Assoluta, BETTY RIGl. the Premiere Danseuse, EMILY RIGl, 

TV« <•>•»». Churou »»i»ri 1*1m> Thro« T*lontocl OBUdren. 

THIS icVEMINO JAHTJARY 15 

AND BATUnlJAT MATINBE. 
Titr gouiioi M i tmrin - r . . i >. i e ■ * ■ Airv imi ri.ru 



YELLOW HAT! Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp! 



ritiiitini or t«.>ii:ni 

MISS MAOnir MOIIRR 

W. A. MHTATRR 

J. O W1LLMHRON 

TARI TOTOlrcR.... WALTS* U. I.RYAR 

OltlO TIIUI R X. THATRK 

ktmnn R I iicoilit 

uirnu G. HRNRT 

I M M «> It T A. I. W. 

R. PLTMITOR 

srhi or tbr L*«r _. Joan R 

or.1I nr Tin hirci 

rRiRrsm radroclbadocs mss missie waltos 

AMRor MI8B SABBIR WTATr 

IOITAD M1B1 «. A. CHAMBERS 

MC'TAPBA MRS. 0. B SAOKDRBt 

M.ni.rtn,, Mln :<!'t* of But*. O-t.l 1 . Hqot<m»n. Cli.r.1-. AttpOilitDt., Sll.««. • t K, 



!»ll«:. 



A.*--. 




»,« Tfc rl •UlA«»4t«»alU '•»• *i-»i4 Tr.s«t,r!».t>oa Sum 
■Mllaafl 

Laid of Ferp«, or H-jIIb of Dazzling Li^ht! 

•sUDAT. fTlJIIW. J*a |1 i,-i-i»pl B,.»it,*T (1*0. at 
»**d»r*J r I !t« ntilliirl 1 to 

MXf»>4 m. \ NCHE CLIFTON 



LAND! 



SATTJItPAT AriRHXOOK. In. 18- 

Oraiid Yrll.iw lint Mntlnoc ! 



< » I. I O. 

:arian oaheh. 

- R,t i*r 
I. BARS. 
T^^^JISID^^^^UMIHJB^IJUAT 

• E BALLANCINO ACT. 



IAX»l.. Fltil AnM>u«ol 

MISS AUGUSTA L. DARCON 



IBARAXOR 



Maenill'i n( Scenrry by Porter I Startling Illusions! Gorgeous Costumes! 



a ox rinsa-. 

Knrhknud Cavern. 
MakKlf l*rl«mi\i u- l-'imntnln. 
■A.OT SECOND. 

Chnroa nnrt hi" 



■Unrttltiji Arrnhdllr Act* nt 
Ikirr (klldrrii. <in*n<l rtMilpt i>f HIKfr Kit jr*. (in 
rltj-irc p.« trt atinn* ' hr M'lle. I* K IT IT RIOLkid, 
U'lirr'MII.Y Mil. I, MDd torp.de Mallet. |deR«llet 



-eVCT THIRD. 

Comic IrtsLi umrutul Art, Mont, Cnron. In lflnn- 
ol». M'llo IIKTIV BIOL nod Kull.Y BIOL. 

Gran Ballet do Oliinofs, 

hy M'lle* BETTY Mod I'MILY BIOl. and Corp* 



ive: 



SATURDAY EVENING. January mb.— 

leuellt of TVrnrie. Inez. r , «,"fc>TDri, 

LA FAVOBITA. Or.nil 0p«r» bj DONIZETTI, will bo glloD; WITH BALLET. 

MONDAY EVENISO. JANUARY 20th. First Appo.ruco of— 

arojEiisr t. Raymond 

Id knew OmMy, adapted frora the Francl), entitled FORBIDDKN FRUIT. 



PRICES OF ADMISSION, 

Krwrtrd N. B |»-nrM< Circle in<< Orchestra ttl «9 Balcony so 

Kntrvd Hc-is-Bscony 7ft Gallery ma 

Dree* Cud* Admtssloa • « OO Pnvat* Boxm »(l und WIO 00 



MItJN .11 NNIK3 WORRSXIi 

MI^H I. I I. I. I i: II ALL 

!» DO0BLI **0«, 



nn»>#r Rind (' • M ■>■ t) Jl 



« nflllr ■•■« 



•It-HHlr .!•■ n.on 



Dutch ITIjLoiiipllllcAtioul 
J H UABKU wdl OARRIfl ARM i 



COMIQ IU3IIT 



-CHARLEI Vr-Rm 



Jennie Worrell and Lllho Hall 

It EX 

thaTo tjTer ~f£h£ow. 

Mil K.ii i"i<i|HfM Marsh 



COM : It lo 

K*M (.OI1NO II O M K.»» 

;i»»1 br R 7.tm»«r.) 



















Bonqaet of Soi «m. . - . 




Miss Llllie Hal 










Dnnci- 

Mm Ji*»phio# 


I'll* 
..Johatjf 


11 WllirrT. 








.. . 





Nan the Gcod-for-Nothing! 

NAN IUM .IKNMK WuUKH.I, 

iId wblcb ih»i. ■ i'h"»Bi a rival , InirodDClDK h»r cloi*« ) 

Tom Dti"blaa, on« fatbrr K. (i. Mrtti 

Marry i .'oilier, I be 0( bar latbar Ubarlta Varaer 

Ob«r ay. a cttp- ntar Halt Rally 

Yoans Mr. bltap*«o. Obaa Codtlll 

Bob Fred Co* per 



Ovum ore OrcbaatfA 



New Comio Btllat by H. Schmidt, entitled 

The Village Coquette 

LI8KITR MMH. HIKKRHB 

Le Pere Thomas R. <.} Mareta. 

niiigoot. Iwkl0« for work Kd. MnniftBao 

rBAMOOlS, a farm •arrnot HONc. HOHMIliP 

GkuL-Qsna ...Hliaaa Fillmoto. Joaapbioe, Armitronr, Gorrmta- 

....DORlNO TSK BaLLFTT 

t hiirnodT Dance Mme>. Thrreie, M. Nebmldtv 

Pim Hriii ....Hne. There** 

Finale Bcdown 

BpaII tbe Ladlei.H. SCHMIDT and MMK. THKRKSK. 
Uoeip«ottdT«b«au Fiaato 



I 40 Second stn>.>t. | 40 

SWAIN'S BAKERY, 



la J 

iDoRiau 



u> l»« 



>-.u»iiii.i\oa in >atf. 
WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

Ex«»t ,1 Xo. 14B Potrib .ttMl.udu 
No. lOI H Stockton iu«,l 

T«« nmT giAi.IT! or 

Woddlng; Oalio 

ALWAYS OH HAND. 
IVHT TAKIETY OK 

Cake tor the Holidays. 

I OR ORE ttl. CHARLOTTE KUttHR. BI.AN0- 
MANiiK. JRLUBS, .tc. oud, toordor.od 
•f th. h Mt B.t«ri.la. 

K. R. IHAII * II) 



«JII** 
■IW*** 



tl»* 



HAIR. 

THE 0HEAPE8T PLA0E IB SAN FBABOIS0O 
TO BUY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Cood ■%, Cheap and Fine 
Jewelry & Fancy Coods. 

IS AT TOE 

NEW YORK 8TORE. 

A. B. NAMl'SO.V .V CO.. 

W». t\0 Recorad atrvet, 
■o»Im BetwwB Mlaalon and Mlnneu 

Attention, Good Livers! 

Ml P. BEROES. FORMERLY 
proprietor of toe Mlaara' Ra*_ 
taoraot, bee tekan tbe maaacemeot 
ot both the Minors' Revaaaraot oa 

OoBtaerotal «tr««t and toe Minara*'— 

Braooh oo Klarkit ttr«el. to pertaersbtp mit,a MR. 

A, DRAYKUR, who haa been ooometed with the 

, arm tor year*. ImproTemanta bate beta made to 

, the omaiDe deoartmeDte that will rertder the Mi- 

' Bore more popalar thaa It baa erer baea doiioc 

tbe U yaaraef iu proaperity. Oar Billeoi Far* 

embrace all the dolloaoiea ol tbe eoaaoo. Onr 

motto la "Oood Pare, Good OookLoK and Modente 

Obircas.'' 

P. BEROEI A CO.. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Wl and &sa Oommoroial, and 
7430) Market ■treat. 
Open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. aa31 1m 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL P0STIN8 COMPANY 

l a»l ••crumpwio at., ear. I.^ltk-adorr. 
(Bz oftioe ol P. M. S. S. Oo.) 

BEE DB. GIVE US A TRIAL; 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING. 

1«H| U"»DFRMONELt WOULD MOST RE- 
apectlally repreeeat to yon and l"« pablio coo 
•Tally, that be la bow prepared to fortitH facll- 
lUoaforezblbftfODeoI erery kind and oharaoter, 
wbloh aboald daiorre tbe p-.trona«e of tha pah- 
tic. He baa erected at Chaynr.a. WyorniDic, A 
I.AROK AND OuMMODIoUs HALL, with soot 
Soeoerr ar d Rta>«. Tbn Hall la well TonMlated 
and ligbted, and mad* comlonah o for all i»a«on« 
of tbe year. THK BKsT OK MUSIC, both UtrioK 
aod Braaa, cao be farniabed at all Lima*. 

s»ii«f»c'orr nrrm«rm«o'« will be made with 
1 ill' A I KlUAL ORUII1EK (,'OHPANIErj, eUb- 
•r for K' ;itltiK of Hall or performances on a per- 
0*Bta«*of tbe r*C0ipta. Owrr^spon'InDGn "olloited 

Addreaa. J. MoDANIEL, 

fyock Box No l.Oboyenna, Wyomiac 

N. B — Oorioafttea wanted for tbe Obeyooae 
Miinnum. Those winning eoaagemeat*, elate low- 
est term* for tbe WinUtr H»*«On, ssnnlng photo- 
frapb to my address. Half faesatte Money re- 
anded alter fllllng enffaReinnnts, 

JAMKS McDANIRL, 
Proprietor Ohoynnne Tbeatrn and Maeeam, 
o«a2 3m Look Box No. I, Cheyenne, W. T. 



CHEYENNE_THEATRE. 
Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIRST-CLASS PKOPLK.-MUST HAVB 
Rood Wardrobe. Four Ladles and two Gea- 
tlsmin to be Rood In canernl businosa for the oom- 
Ibr Wlator tioaaoD, commiinoioit the tlrat week in 
November, 1872, Address etatina lowest terms, 
with Photograph. Half Fare retarded aftor tlll- 
tnjt eDRejiemanL 

JAMES MoDANIEL, 
Proprietor Cbeyeono Theatre and Maseam, 
04VTJ Look Box 1, Cheyenne, W. T. 



The Biggest Race Yet- 
Human Race. 



■The 



THK MAJORITY OP TIIOSK WHO 
reside In Nan Francltco, buy their 
Mhlr-te nod Furnishing «omt* off BFNK. 
DICT A- CO., No. 8 Second *tr«et, l>e- 
canie thernre nltvaye treated well nod 
boy their goodi at the toweit prices, ul 
"THE OLD sTASfll." 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VUCOINIA CiTT, NEVADA. 

THIS FLEOANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RR- 
dooormUd, aad oaa be rented by tho aight or 
br th* week, ritara and traieling; oompaaUs 
UoaraUy traatad with on application by latter 
JOHN FIPKB, 
Manarsrand sole Proprietor, 
Or to J. II. HcOAUE. 
*J»Q Washington st.rnet. San Francisco 



MORS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

11HE WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
. aalltt, loopeoa New Ooortes for Piano and 

singing by his eotiraly N'aw and Simplified System 
- th* shortest Id esiiiteooe— reading moaio at eight. 
Aocom^anirnanu, Kinging for Parlor or Concerts, 



Pacific Purchasing. 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms 1G nnd 17....030 Wa shins toil street. 




WAITED IHHKDItTEIiVl 

First-Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Cymnastic Talent 

....ALSO.... 

Twenty I"ix«a»t 3L*iia.o IB^lXot Lnclios. 



FOR BALK ElOHTY NKTS "P AMAZON ARMOKH. COMPLETE, IN 
Lots lo suit purchaser*. Each Set constate of Solid Silvor-Plated Hftlmet, Kroumi-'ate, Lam- 
bnrk'n. Shmld, one pvir or Armli-t-, one pair of Braoelets, one pair of Tights, oae pair o! Trattke. one 
pairof Saodalr.ooo Tunic, one Soarf. one Combat Sword, ard one Spear. A I'ortion "t t.hojo Ariuota 
are now to he seeo at t be Metropolitan Theatio in the AtuaEoaiaa March in "THE YELTUW UAi. 
*T For price, apply a* above. 8UEBIDAN CunilYN A CO 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 

OYSTER 

AND.... 

CXX.O^* HOUSE, 

Sanuner street. aNT Kearny between Pine 

nnd CutlforHltt. 

THE FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS served Id any 
stylo. Every tb-ing cooked iothe best manner. 
**r The Finest Lltraors and Olgars. 
•7- Elegant Suites of Boom* for Ladle*. 
•VOPEN DAY AND MGH'C. 

R. J. TE0HAU A P D. JESSEN. 
do23 lm I'raprietora. 



FRENCH CORSETS . 

ME PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

Parisian Ladle*' Underwear. FRENCH 

OefRBBTB of all price* and qiAiitiat. ready made 



M M , 

CVR8 



THE ART OF SINGING 

TN ITS HIGHEST PERKK0I ION -RICHARD 
1 MULDKK FABBHI, tuaoh*«r of aevpral oei->- 
brated Europnno artiates. lato Difeotor ol tti» ro- 
nowcod Conservatory ef Geneva, Mintro (lu upant 
or th* French litnarlal Aoadsmy ol Miwio.Ooa- 
ductorof tho pbilhrtrmoniquB Sooiety in Paris 
and at pr*sent Musical Uiieotor of the tabhri 
OpBM.ia prepared to give private leeeona, enber 
m tils office or at tha re-i'eu. » of ibe pupila; 
likewlto uoUKSKS OK MNGING, PIANO acd 
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. 

Forforfber partloularo a '..ply at PROF. MUU- 
DEK'SolBto, No.Kl PO W l.Ll, STREKi . betwo n 
Markot and Ellis. AIbo, latins, reoeived and terms 
to bd had at tba mueio store of M. Gray, clay st., 
ii'ul of Meisru. Sberman it Hyde, corner of Nutter 
and Kearny streets. 3*8 lm 



WILLIS^ BAND. 

MUSI0 FURNISHED FOR ALT. 
ocoaiions. Moaiu imported, arranged 
and for sal*. 

Fritz Piper* and Marcus M. Blnm,' 
Leading; Vlollnl- 1*. 
aV-Ordere from the oonniry promptlv attended 
Address M. W. WILLIS. Caton'a " 



GRAND 

Select Bal Masque 

....or tub.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 



Uorticultriral XI«11 
-,..os.... 

Tlll'BSBAY FVF.MMJ .IAN. 33*1 

BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY, 

Ticket* &* e«- 

•S-Snbr-eripMon LliWl ran b-> fonnd with— 
G. M Botrv. Sh«-riff'«f>tfice, City Hall; 
Mr Brandt, S.W.aor Wanhtngtnri A Montgomary: 

A. Nil in in c tii' Id. Jr., N.E. oor Folsom & Ht*Q*rh; 

W, Do ben. Nn.li Hatiery si root ; 

J. W'tt. N". IU' I'hiid ■■t.reet; 

Mr. Knt«OD5toin, No 16 Neoond strent; 

I'd. Abr*meon. No. "35 Ulay utreot. de30 lw 






DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And • ollene of Medicine. 

lffc (\C\C\ BEAUUKUL AND INSTRUCT- 
Xl/.UUl/ ivf obiectn t.o be 8«- n. Open to tbo- 

Pablio DAY AND NIGHT, ei KUKKKA HAL^ . 

3i8 Montgomery stroot. FOR MEN ONLr 
t»-DB. Johdan's Private Office is at *»» 

GesryHtieat loppOBJiaola Mecbsnics' Pavilion). 



Stage Dancing 

TAUGHT AT 

McCarly's Dancing Academy, 



DASIIAWAY HALL, 

Po,t .tr«et. Bear Kf.roy. 



ADOLPHTJS STOCKMETER, 

....TEACHER OF..-. 

PIANO AND SINGING. 

Balls aod Parties attended to. and Music f or > 
Dished. Resldenci-, S0 8 Eddyatroou dtftHa 



E. PARDINT 

NO ?B9 WASHINGTON STREET. (ABOVB 
thePinaO. Sun FraoOlSOO. Boot* aod Shoo* 
made to order lo the best French atjrl*. Tho a 



. HE JOUBNAL OP AMUSEMENTS. 

Pnbiisbed ovsry D*» >° the Ye " b * 
J. JP. !B O G -A- » *> "°" S 

SSOMercl.uut ond GS* Washington Ht> 

Below Montgomery. San Fr*D0i*oo. 



WEDNESDAY JAN DAB* 15, 



lb73 



Flashes of Fan. 

(From the Daubary News. I 

It iu kiDdly said of a Booheetjr corpse 
that, alt bough a married man, he was cot 
addicted 10 profanity. 

Pockat piocera for young men to fed of 
their mu=t>oh<u with, are a new and valu- 
able invention. 

A Bro jkfield girl dares not use her fdthor'e 
piper to meka op her "bay window" with, 
because there is so much due on it. 

It hardly Beema but yesterday that we 
were canniog fruit, and now thay are tak- 
ing of another Governor. 

ADanbu-yman carries one of hia girls 
teoih as a foad fond remembrancer. When 
ho id married ho can have all her jaw. 

A writer for an agricultural journal eug- 
gen :s hena in tho place of dogs for families 
There is not a tramp on the face of the earth 
bu'. would like to hear a hen bark. 

People who chop their feet off when man- 
ipulating the oheorfal log, will find this of- 
fioa aus'irp&ttsnl in facilities for reoording 
th^evoot. 

D info) Drew can lose thrae million dollars 
worth of his grioubaskt*, and not fjel it; 
bnt the loes of five dollars worth of his re- 
ligion would probably bankrupt him. 

Some of our paople thought there was a 
mat h fictjry on flra somewhere, Saturday, 
but it proved (o be a stranger who casually 
Etjpped on a barrel he op. 

A great eiviog in the manufacture of 
mince pies in New York is sacux^d by 6ub- 
Btituting oockroichea forraisens. Thoy are 
very similar to raisins when warmed up, 
*3'1 c)8t almost nothing. 

An entarpr'sing piokpocket went through 
«ld Mr. Fitch, of Danbury, in New York, 
Monday, and secured a promissory note, a 
recipe for glanders, and a fish line. The 
thief escaped. 

An anxious gent'emin bargaining for a 
house to rout from old MaoMastera, asked 
him if the house was cold, "Well," said 
tho old gentleman, cautiously, "I can't say 
as to tint ; it stands out doors." 

They arc going to fill in tbat ravine on 
Nelson street, and people who have cats and 
clog 3 tli^y have got throogh with, should not 
nsglec' this opportunity, which will proba- 
bly be the only one this Winter. 

Very Well. 

An exchange says: 

Miss Clara Louise Kellogg is credited with 
tavin? rtfusijd mi re offer* of marriage than 
-any other woman of her a^e in the country. 

She may live to be eoriy for it. 



An lova man cannot remember whera be 
bid a coffee pot full of silver during the 
war, and has scratched nearly every hair 
out of his hoid thinking about it. 



McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Ready made and made. to order, boom 10, 
€08 Maraet strret cor. Post and HoBtgsmory. u 



Z>o You Know 

Tbat with Buttehick'b P&xrEBit* you can out 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? Bend 
postage btuup for us Illustrated catalogue. B. 
A. Doming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearuy atreot, between Batter 
and Post. San Franctiwo. 



.Avit off ether* the Best. 

It U curious, but true, tbat J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, cear Third, should sell fur. 
nltore and bedding cbrap&r than any other 
dealeT Id tbls city. Try him and you will be 
oonrlnoud. x 



A Lame dense. 

The Grizzly siys: 

The Grizzly always owns np when in the 
wrong; and must confess tbat Fioabo La* 
him on the hip. He did commit the atro- 
cious crime of misquoting Suakspjare, Lord 
Bacon, or whoever else wrote "Hamlet., 
and in tain to exclaim: "ilea culpa, meet 
■." Nevtrlheltss, were Fiqa- 
Bo'a foot aa sore as was Grizzly s piw 
when he penned the article alluied v>— 
the whole world to a China orange- tie 
sprightly barbera w uid have misqutted thB 
last d j i0B wc rJgof the mother that bore him. 
B sides, not being the -House Programme 
rf the theatres, Grizz'y thinks it a more ve- 
nial offence to misquote Sh^kpp: are once, 
than to defend hie murJereis all the time.. 

All right. Perhaps the Grizzly considers 
lis effencB venial and ours venal. But the 
Grizzly must consider that if wo wrote any- 
thing very rough about actors it would be 
rather Dnrd on them whin they came on the 
stage, to see a thousand or so of people 
reading Fioaro aid harningh-jw badly they 
were "going to play their puts." By the 
way what does the Grizzly mean by calling 
us a "barbera?" That's the name of our 
wife I The foreign languigcs get sadly 
mangled by the Grizzly's lame paws. 

Dogmatic. 

A judge in Weahington has decided that 
dogs are not property, but nuisinces. This 
maybeljwin Washington, but it is very 
like nonsense in other places. A dog may 
possibly be a nuisance, but why he cannot 
be somebody's pr >perty is a puzzle to any- 
body save the worthy ju2ge who gave the 
silly dec sion. We have of late been taught 
that dogs have far more intelligence than 
we credited them with them with, and an 
article ID a lata number of the Quarterly 
Review, together win Darwin's new work on 
Expression in Animals gives these creatureB 
a reputation for a degree of thoughtfnlness 
that would stand some human beings in 
good ssrvice. We have bad the judge's 
opinion cf dogs; now we would like to have 
the dogs' opinion of the judge. Perhaps, 
if they could express themselves io the mat- 
ter, they would bestow upon him the title 
of Dogberry. 

Pet Nnmes. 

When the wife of your bosam is in a bad 
humor it isn't always safe to say, "What's 
up, old gal?" A gentleman in High street, 
Brooklyn, did this last week. She turned 
on him with "Who do you call old gal, you 
miserable, old, red-headed, idiotic mud tur- 
tle?" He fled instantly as he saw her eye 
roving round in search of a weapon of at- 
tack. He made his peace with ^a new bon- 
net and a pair of earrings. 



Quite a Stocking Full. 

GIobule3, of the St. Louis Globe, hung up 
his stocking on a Onristmas eve, and next 
morning was gladdened by the eight of i<s 
contents, to wit: Twenty-five bushels of 
ooal; a dozen pan-wipers; five pars ec's. 
sors, assorted sexes ; a Btlf-raking mower; 
a patent churn; a fine tooth oomb; ao amu- 
let of assafcetida, limburger cheese and 
garlic, to keep off small-pox ; a buzz-saw in 
operation ; a paper of fine cut; a griod-at :>ne; 
a bighlv-nniehed shot-gun, double d-barrell 
and leaded; a ditto pointer pup, a can of 
coal-oil, and a L few eart loads of miscella- 
neous trinkets. 



Prayer. 

That female out in Wisconsin who con- 
verted a burglar by prayer, has been im- 
itated by an Indianapolis female. This time 
the prayer wasn't an eminent success. The 
burglar walked off with the most of the 
lady's wardrobe, all her jewelry, and her 
husband's gold watch. When the husband 
returned he was just a little bit mad, and 
Bwore a good deal. He went out and pur- 
chased a boi'83 pistol, and presented it to 
her, Baying : "Get a bead on him next 
time, blow him to blazes, and th:n do your 
praying." 



JB"or Waeblntc 

Shirts, %1 60 per doz.; small pieces, SOo. 
di a. At the What Oheer Laundry 



WiinnJnjt's. 

The only piaoa south of Market etrest to 

get a good dish of Oytters, Ca'i'ornla or Eastern 
Transplanted, Is at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Saloon, comer Howard and Third, late 

-of the Blue Wing Siloon. L 



-X>o JVot Wuffor irom Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
ions, Club and iDgrowlng Nails, can find Instant 
M UeJ by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowan's Insti- 
tute, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. References given If required. H 



Dr. Dotiorty 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as snob Is 
□ow the most successful of any Physician in 
San Frauoisoo, Otflce 619 Saoramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors Delow What 
Cheer House. x 



It Is Perfectly Ahionishlnc 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
Mfore 8 a.u. returned the same evening If de 
iJred. z 



Live Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding is the canBeof many crimes. ThoBe 
who dine at the pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
Ingtoii treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bo c ken, wno has catered for the publio since 
[849. provides for his customers Labe Tahoe 
trout. Salmagundi boud. game, tame geese, 
delieions entreee. and everything the heart of 
man can flestre. The beBt cut> of tea in the 
city — English breakfast tea — Bonchong and 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here. a 



S ft ill Moore, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriage*, can be 
round in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abllshment, eonthwest corner iJUBh and Mont- 
gomery ets., or Dexter Stables. . Oarriaee orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. »o 

Tlie l*reslclejni.'ai Message. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notes of this 
dooument. Cheapness and durablity are the 
oharooterUtlcs of H. Lucheinger'e furniture. 
All should visit his emporium, 735 Market 
street, and ascertain how cheaply a house oan 
be rnmiahed- D - 



Oysters* 

La Btrolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance did Btray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a sor een 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy etone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window eeem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 
"Stop," eaid my friend, "let's go in hero- 
It looks bo nice— and try their oheer."! 
"All right," I said, '•! must agree 
That thia place BUlts me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made Mb appearance, aafced our wish- 
Said they bad almost any dleh 
That we mignt name. We found it true. 
And cooked maymficenily, too; 
All kindB of oyaierp, juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; just think of that, 
And if your mouth doo't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam f and oraba and terrapins ;,' 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy placeaiZbindsof game, 
FiBh, floBh or fowl which we could name, 
While every diBh waB, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best Ice oream; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get wnat they call "such nice dinners." 
Whoever doubte this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And tnere this troth he'll And made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouee, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHARLES HAAKE. Proprietor, 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 



For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



....FOB THE.. 



KTE3TA7 - 'STXl.A.X*.. 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Fenilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE ROMANCE AND REALITY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

I-JIVIDEND HOTIOE.-SAVINGS AKD LOAN 
SOOIETY. No. OlO Olar atr.et.-The Board 
of Director. baY. thiaday d.olared a dividend for 
t be six months ending December 31at. 1572, of nino 
per cent per anno m on all deposits, payable on and 
after tha 15th inBt. 

ja!4-2» CYRUS W.OAKM&NY, Cashier. 



A Safe and speedy Reme- 
dy for all Bronchial Affec- 
tions, Asthma, Colds, 
Coughs, Loss of Voice, 
Bronchitis, Incipient Con- 
sumption, Hoarseness, 
Pain and soreness of the 
Breast, and all Difficulties 
arising from a sudden 
Cold, readily yield to its 
healing powers, Ask for 
the California Hall's Pul- 
monary Balsam. Sold by 
ail Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PBOFKIETOBS, 

Corner sasisne ant Commercial St.. 
jalSaf 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

BT WILEIE COL.IJN8, J2J 

IN THE 

Golden Era. 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE P.1OIFI0 8TONE COMPANY OAU, 
the eBveoial attention of AroMteots, Engin- 
eers, end the pnbUo in general, to the SDPEKIOB 
QUALITY of the Stone now being mamif&c tared 
by tbem in this oity nuder the Ransome Patent*. 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
Building Front*, Water Pipe* 

Slnlu, Btonomeau, Fonntnla*, 

Tile*, Coping* for Wall*, 

Filter*, etc, ete., 

Together with Raneome's celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, allot which we guarantee eaperloz, 

and at a price far below that of bund-oat work. 

■9*The attention of private partiea Intending to 
bnild is reapectf ttlly solicited. 
Office. No. IO BUSH STREET. San FranoUoe. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SH0BS 



L. BLAIR'S, 

Kearny *tre*t. 



The "Podgers Papers," 



1 'JPodser.,' 



THE GOLDEN ERA. 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charles Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE T-A-SLaS, 
Br Olive Harper, In 

The Golden Era 



TOM 



.A.. HAWJ 

Fenllleton, lnl 



Oyster Tra<lo. 

The oyster trade In California 1* assuming 
gl gantlo proportions. Emerson Oorviiio, of the 
Saddle Boek, *10 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Paelflo Ooast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
nas extended all over the continent, and f he 
, Seddla Book" is known everywhere. 



ITli Beet Remodles, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Pec* 
rF*s Webfoot PUls, for all bisons complaints. 
i. B. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. • 



Dr. Barlow J, Smith 

Is giving ■ course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexnal Physiology ond Nervous Dis- 
eases at hlB Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evenlrg, commencing at 7 H o'cloot 
A u&rt of the evening Is devoted to ex. mining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smi h gives 
phrenological examinations In regard io health 
to invalids dally, from 9 to 4 p. m , free. w 

The IllHttlmted Press (S. F.) 

No. 1, January, 1873. Bold by tubscrlptton— 
$1 60 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
numVerp, 15 cents. Address Murriy, Dewey k. 
Co., S. F. o 

• 

What Oheer Laundry 
Is the best lAindxy In San Frano I boo . * i 



Best Quality of JDosrslcln 

Driving gloves, at 92 per pair, at the What 
Oheer Laundry x 

M TT<m Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
eot spoiled, send them to the What Oheer Linn 
try. x 



LEWIS & PANDER, 



nd eb>apfls'. 
bu'woB'i Kt=a dj and Dupoot. 



3* GEARY &TR.EET, 
jafi 3m 



<fc 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

8nn Franclnco Snvinus TTnton, G33 Call- 
fornlu street, corner of Webb. 

POR THE HAT FYKABENDIND WITH THE 

*- 3iat December, 1>7 J, a dividend hn* b' on dp- 
alaied at tnn rate of 1109 and nix-ten tin (9 ft-10) 
n*r ceot. per aioiim on Term Deposits, and eisbt 
C-) percent, per annum on OrdtDarjr Deposits, frea 
or K"ia al Tex nn Deposits, payable on and after 
I3tb January, 1875. By order. 
0*31 iw LOTKLL WHITE. Cashier. 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVKKX BATVRDAT KlfiHT. 

Piano and. rsinsixi&r at 8 r-.ixi. 

D. BARRY, Ohalrmsn. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

606 Mission street, near Second. 

delO J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 



For the Very Best DrinJcs, 

Go to Ya.es* Branah Saloon, oernerof Market 
and Third streets. no 



Wstcb.es and. Jewelry, 



Prosh and Sweat. 

Far the beet confectionery, go to Canty and 
Wa«ner*a, 107 Montgomery St. near Sntter. X 



W^iat Ohoor Xjanriciry 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

659 Sacramento street, 

(The First Hoops below Kearny street,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
H*ipof all kinda.-Gflceral BnMness Agsooy; 
O'lleot Bente, Notes and Accounts: Whit* and 
Obinese Laborers sapplied for Families, Hctels, 
Fnrmr, Factories, etc. 



The Golden Era. 



ORIGINAL STORIES. POEMS AND 
SKETCHES. FASHION flOSSIP, 
AMUSEMENTS. IITEBATVBB 
AND AST, ANSWERS TO COR- 
RESPONDENTS, ETC. 



rilHB "GOLDEN ERA" IS THE OLDEST 
X Wsesly Paper in the State, permanent); 
established, end more widely cironlated at home 
and abroad than an; other 00 the Pacific Closet. 
In California, tbe Atlantic States, and throagfeont 
the entire field of its ereab and rapidly increasing 
eircnlatioD, tbe "GOLDEN ERA" is universally 
regarded as a literary and family journal of une- 
qualled excellence. 



To Advertisers. 



The "GOLDEN ERA" is a welcome Sunday vis- 
itor In every Home and Household, and as an 
advertising medium its advantages most be appa- 
rent to business men. 

TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS, 

The Golden Era, far One Yenr, 83 SO ; 

for Six Months, 8tt OO. 

HuBsOTiptions to be paid In advanos. 

The Golden Era and Peterson's laid tea' 

National Magazine, One Tear, 85. 

aVTHE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 
Carriers in tbe olty at 12>£ oenta per week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA, single oopies, Ten Cents. 
For sale at all News-atands. 

Office off the Golden Bra, 




STEKETT I- III VI £B 






thomas tt. bree, 
shjVbh puatbh 

MAHDFAOTnBEB 

— AMD— 
—OF— 

ORUmS, BANJOS, 

— AND— 
OTMER MUSICAL INSTRTJMENTi,' 

ESTABLISHED IN 1805. 

•arLeosons Kiven on tbe Banjo and Drum. _ . 
MISSION STREET, between First and Ssoond. 

N. B-— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
eesionale always on hand. i&lS if 




Declared Affalnat the IV hole "World r 
the Rest of Mankind. 



PATENT EAGLE BLACKING -WARRANT- 
ed Bnperior to any in tbe market. Manufac- 
tured by MOORE A CO., No. WIO Leidesdort: 
street, S.F. Directions for Uee: Wben found too 
thick, add a little water. Keep tbe bottle well 
corked. Seld by all Grooere. Oruggists, etc. d!K ! 




TRAYS always on band. 



Alfred Vetter, 

Manufacturer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGES.! 

885 A upon t, 

NEAR SUTTER STBEET. 

See my Btock of Bin 
Cagns before purebssici 
e'eewbere. Alwayeeoais; 
tbicgnew on hand. **: 
Patent Cases, made 
Tin Wire, arc watraniet 
FRKE FROM VERMli*! 
Also, best quality TBI 
no20 tf I 



Meerschaum Pipe Depot 

64S KEARNY STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT < 
tho sbortea notio* All Pipes and 
Cigar Holders wananted genuine, and 
to color well. Meercabanio PipFs and 
walking Canes Mounted and Repaired 
at lowest FaHern Prices, and witb the beBt work 
manahip. A large aBBortment of WalkinR Oane 
and Fancy Goods of every deacriptlon always 
hand. • no2llmi 



The Popular Beverage 



CONGRESS WATER FROM THE PA0IPI* 
OongresB Springs, near Santa Olara. Indorie 
by tbe Medical Faoulty its curative powers bem 
equal to tbe celebrated OonereeB Water from tb 
Springs of Saratoga, New Vork. Depot remove, 
from ia8 Kearny Btreet to New Montgomery, on : 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. Lit 
oral diaoonnt to the traco, and orders attended t 
promptly. de251«i 



Philadelphia Restaurant- 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETORS^ 

THE OLDEST 
sad moat popa 
San Franoieco. The Tables are^sun- 



ESTABLISHED 
moat popular Restaurant 



*» 



Montaomer» 



GEORGE MATES*; 

DEALER 1^ OY5TKP.W, t'LAHS 
andall l:indt ol SHELL FISH, 
Stalls Nob. AO, -tl, vU, California 
Market, en I ranee on California atreeL 

Public c-r private partiCB Ljd familiOB sappli> 
from H a. si. to 12 P. id. Ladies' and Genuomtt 

Orc'er Ronii» otww trnvn C « .w t^i IV t» M i*'£tU 



DR. "W. A. PAYNE. 

THIS CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN HAS Bl' 
moved bis office from tbe Rnst Hou?e 10 I 
Fleg&ot Suite 01 Kootn^, No. Iv6 Kearny stre 
He tells jour disease wkbouta queation. Do 1 
fail to call. All Ohronio Diseases treated eucoei 
f ally del91n 



Bar Sugar 

TOOK SALE-518 KEAIiNV STSEFT. . 
1 HEBOEK'S. Alto, even kind of Oand 

Wholesale and Retail. 

noTtt M. A. MJ5SCEB 



Indian Queen Rang* 

The Best in the Blai-kf 

MAHtTFAOTURED BY 

CALEB M. BICKLIH, 
oolStf 4Mb.. 488 Bean 







NEW YORK PRIC 

HALL'S PfANl 
For sale at No. ] 
1 >ler street. Call 1 j 
examine f or yourssli 1 
s«-Tb* only Oallf 1 
nis-mads Piano ou il 



Napa Soda 

■rttlMC Toalc. 




• AB r«A»niCO •HIKIDAT. JANUARY in, IB7J. 



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M€TR0P0LITAN THEATRE 

S/eitesl SttJaftai if the Seasoa 

e Yellow Hat! 
The Yellow Hat! 



. ■ ■•■■» *| 



Twenty Thousand Persons. 

IMIHMMI n ili I araaaaaaaa 

The Yellow Hat 



W ottli-rful Tr,«n«f.irnial inn-. 
lasnlflronl SVrnrrj, 

Battalion or Ania. 

Itrllliant Armor, 
Wonderful t utored Lights 

Startling Mechanical Effect*, 
Superb Variety Entertainment, 

A »T> 

Fmlless Tricks and Novelties 

. ..TBI.... 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

The vboto formlnc t Combination of Attractions 
mw •■tailed la aej The-atm. 

See Xt! See It! 



r Bat OAse aaaa free. 9 aw. ta ft fk. where BaMrrad 
utub4. M1 r,i SIX DAYS IX ADVAKOK. 
r POSITIVELY NO rBKS LIST. There wilt be no exctp- 
■ rale. 



lflW ALHA1BBA TfllATEl. 



BE^= 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



BBBBBBBBBB"" as 



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EMERSON MINSTRELS 



THII KVKJUNO JANUARY 16 

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1'art lTti-aat KnterlnlnmiMii n In Nul.ni. 



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TUB OBtBAT mi I I M v 

JO. BOTBIU. 

CimfcBn »*» ».'i, iwtmi Mb r..i). mw 

Goodbye, XJnole Bteve. 

I « ■ I ■ - r i \ . iiill.iri«il...\i.n;r>-i ■ i <i.ir«o™ 



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THE SOMlVAMBUI_,IST. 

pnitIR WF »ll. HOR IUHT 

mvi ffisMTO' * * 



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a-n.A~ivrr vs. OFirioii sesejislxijxis. 



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OVERTURE-'""', bjTlu-rae-Bai.r OaCHESTRA 

To conclude with the beiutliul Pantomimic Spectacle, arranged by BOB HART, entitled 

IfJEZZ^Z IB J&± 3ST 33 3^ 1Z 



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in B. AM 

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FBIDAT F.VKMSil. Jaonary 17th- 



FAREWELL BENEFIT OF THE GREAT EMERSON! 

LAST KICrKI" TWO OK" THS EMER40H MIHSTBEL8. 



MONDAY EVfcNING, January 20lh— Fir>t App -hidco of 

JOHNNY ALLEN. MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THE4TRE DOES NOT ADVEKTlsE IV THE "CHRONICLE." 



nr.i i Irele ■ ■ »» Oil ■ -or.iueli.. 

Urclirttrn SO icnlil 1'rlvalc Uox« 

WT All BUI, against ton Albambra Theatre mnBt no presented heraafter od Monday. 

»yr«formanee to eomm.oce punctually at eight o'clock. 



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CDRTAIH LECTURES. 

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Ov-rtera Oroheatra 

Mr. Hugh Robinson in HIr Changes! 



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Deaoiti Marnhr,, 

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KBPT UP 

TZ>a,y £txx<X TXTlslit. 

AT TUB OBEAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

OIB klllM HTRKKT. 

A WONDERFUL BU SINESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

Is e»w osTerleB si-eater Hnr|ilni thito huvc 

ever lteea oaTered la Man Frunclaco. 

fVlIk ottr coaaectlon In 

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Froaa whlrh we arc dally receiving Oaods 
bongbl at tbe lawtit Oaab Frlcea 

IN" OTJRHHSrOT. 

OUR MOTTO M TO 

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JUST RECEIVED, 

R,»0O pnjra Caaalnere Pmals, worth 99 OO, to be 

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Oae Door from CoaiaiarclaL 

$5, FOR $1 SO 



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NOME BUT THE BEST QUALITY OF MEATS 
CAB BE HAD AT 

Stalls S, O, California. Market 



PIONEEK SHOE MANXFACTOKY. 




ffiTh• mm ELEGANT CUSTOM WORK IN THE OITV 
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A 3Fl.€>o> 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... OIKCULATES IN .... 

All the Theatres, 

AHD U 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

IN THrf TRAB, 

6ENERALLT THROUGHOUT THE CITY 



THE OLD 

Hot SOOtCll, 

IS Morton Street, near Kearny. 
All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IN TOWN. 

Alwiwa od file the New York H«rald, Harpnr'a 
Weukly, Frank Lit* he's, Dof'a DoiDK*, Poluo Uh- 

/.■tin, all tut" i itiiij'ni-niii pap'irn, also Luodon 
Poncb. Boll's Lift-, Illustrated JLandoa Nona, Ooli 
aod ra'-sfy yourself. 

«Hr Doti'i I'oruet, tbo niRD of tbo Hot Neotrh. 

d»7tf ONARLEB WM. t- KLDMAN. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AMD. .. 

T O M an*l J JE JR It Y, 

GO TO THE IIBANCH 

Hot sooton, 

i»b Matter street, near Keurny. 

All Oi-iiil^H Tori Cents 

HOT tHUWJM'K KVI'KV KltiHT. 
n ol. 1 . tf JOS. P. BRIGGS, Proprietor 

DRESS MAKING. 

|L/|RS. H. F. BISHOP, NO. 1« O'PARRKLL 
ifM. itreet, is the p'aoe for Ladlaa aod atranRers 
▼ isitioK tbe olty (o have their Dresses mude fa 
atyle, and a oerfeot fit, at a moderate price o.e<9 



RICHEDA FAMILY 

(formerly of Chiarina't Royal RaUan Circm) 

WILL OIVE LEBS0N8 ON THE VIOLIN OR 
Guitar, at rsBidenoea (if reautredj.or for 
Dish Maslo for Sails or Parties, at moderate 
obarftes. Resldeooe, 8uU Mootsomery etreet 
ooroor JacksoD, rtoomNo.il- del2 lm 

J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH. 

Cor. .second and Tehama streets. 

„ 'Terrapin oonstantly on baod. 

'Ojaters in every style. PRIVATE 

SUPPKR ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 

deo SI lm 

CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF TBE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
the Tbeatrloal Profession in < alifornia pro- 
Kse forroioK elaasee (or instruction in KIocuUod. 
irsens wisblog to avail tbcmselTas of the oppor- 
tuolty of acqoirlDK * ostfal art at a moderate cost 
can send In t&olr names to "Oaatbrsea " P. O. Box 
2SM, when nartloaUrs as to terms, sto., will be 
- - ' dev t 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Saloon, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon bebeld It? If not, you're a treat 
At 8QDABZVS PON0H SALOON, Id Kearny utreet .' 
There BONA, disciple of CHEAT SQUAUZA, 
Dlapeasea famed Magic PuucIiob; rather 
The moot delicious mixluroB yet rooorded; 
And have with many modals been rewardodl 
Ladles their OOBDIaLS there can »lp at lelenre.— 
Their "TEAR8" appuaea.— and Men gain "LABJIES 

PLEA80RE." 
To allay connubial difforoncea and pain, 
En "ANTX- DIVORCE" yon can your end attain. 
BIp of the potent extract but one taste, 
Your arm. oonaollhg, straight U round her vraiat 
Queaswhuta "AtOUNING OOUKORf" In the kiss 
That heala the puarrel and Imparts the biles! 
The "WELCOME" ton, you'll alwayB and 
A balmy soother for the troubled mliid. 
The bright " AURORA." and the sweet "FASH WELL, 
jnstTlBit BONA, and you'll all fare welll 
Els "HTQIENIO BIT TER3" are the panacea 
For all dyspeptics and for diarrhoea. 
No Oholera Morbus ever has been found 
Where "HYGIENIC BITTEB8" knock around. 
BONA and 9QUARZ&, spite of all detractor*), 
Bare proved the Nation's greatest benefactors! 
Full roar? hit. rout h..uhfai anon you'll and 
To aid the Han— Invigorate the mind I 
Not this alone— a Welcome yon will meet 
At BONA'S-.aQOARZA'S) -317 KEaBMY STREET. 
Remember, too, not this famed place to pass; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT A GLASS, 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 

THE FCRST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairs. 



HOB I1I.E WBOLMAI.EAJI1) BBTAIL 
at the old ..tabllakaiNat. ISO EaUaia.-( 
oppaalU IFbat Che rr Sou, 



THE JOUBHAL OP AattJSMQHW. 



Published iin Day In lb. Year >>T 
if. I>. BOQARDUS 

SSS Hercbul »nd BUS -»lf»^U»«to» «tt. 

Below Montgomery. San Franolwo. 



THURSDAY JANUABY 16, 1613 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc 

Aiharubra. 

Tfce brilliant combination known us Emerions 
Mi lit r«li will appear bat a few nights longer at 
tbti homo. To-morrow •*«nmg tbe great Billy 
Bmersoa will tak* hit farewell Decent, and will 
Of course, have a rousing boo*.*. The bill for t 
nlgot U a »ery well arranged one. aa may be seen 
by reference to oar first page. 
CaUfornla Th cu.tr.*. 

Te-nigtat It the last bat one on which tbe greed 
•peotacular drama of "Aladdin" will be par- 
formed. There will be a rath to eetob a laat 
glimpse of the ballet, the tllamieetfd fonntaina 
and cta-.r beautiful features. On Saturday olght 
Madam* Fibbn will bt the recipient of a well- 
aarued benefit. The opera of "La favorita'' .will 
be pr emoted and the ballet will be given. "Alad- 
din" will be performed for the lead time at the 
matlneo on Baturd -y. 
Metro poll tun Theatre. 

"The Yellow Hat" withiu lively dialogue, inter- 
ettlag plot, pleaalog aonga, tine olio of gj-mnaetic 
feats by the Boitlay Family, caa be r.taaod on 
the stage ooly a few nigbta longer. To-morrew 
nigbt Mies Blanche GlifMn, wbo plays the leading 
role of J- ortouio. will be the recipient of a com- 
plimeatary ben.fit teadered her by the manage- 
ment. Laat "Yellow Mat" matinee on Satmtdaj. 
Bella. Union Theatre. 

Mits Jennie Worrell and Mitt Lillie Hall io eosg 
anddaooe; J. H Larkia and Carrie Armstrong io 
Dutch aiu ; Mat Kelly, K G. Mvsb, Johnay fa- 
era, and [Tom my B. ee la aoti ; Oogill and Cooper in 
Bang and dance; Mine. Tberese, Mods. Schmidt 
and otheri in baliet; Ed Montague in gymoa&tio 
feats; Cbarlei Verner in character tonga, and 
Miaa Jennie Worrell aod others io "Kan. the 
Gowd-for-Nolbing " preient a capital evening's en- 
tertainment. 
ETtae Ataenean, 

Miie Agnea Kennedy, Miea Jenny M&nderiUe, 
Frank Mortimer, Hngh Robinieo, Walter Parks. 
Mits L)dta Lieings one. Misa Glaude and a boat 
of others appstr nightly ia a varied aod lively pro- 
giimmi! of flonc?, dances and acta. It appears od 
oar Bret page. 

The Hobticcltubal Hall Bkattko — 

Skating assemblies Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
ning, Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thurs- 
day af teroooD aod aveoiog, and Satorday afternoon 
ai d evsoiog. 

AHAToanoAx. MxasTjK.— One or the most 

•omplete collections 'of the kind io the United 
States, comprising: hundreds of costly and beau- 
lllal wcx models, ia duly on view (to gentlemen 
Only) at -As Museum oo Montgomery street. An 
hoax may be prottublv scent here. 



Why Jenki Never Married. 

Dr. Holland's new et jit, "Arthur Benni- 
caetle," furo.BhM m witb the following 
pleasant paseage: 

"I think a woman is a tremendous be- 
ing," siid Jenks. "When she's right she's 
the lightest thing tbat floa's. When she's 
wrong, she'd the biggest du sauce on the sea, 
even if she's little and dot so "t draw two feet 
of water. Perhaps it isn't jnst the thing to 
sty to a boy like yon, but you'll never speak 
of it if I should tell you a Utile some- 
thing?" 
" Oh, never !" I assured him. 
"Well, I e'pose I might have been a mar- 
ried man," and Jenks avoided my eyee by 
pretending lo diseover a boraeahoe in the 
road. 

"Ton don't say bo!" I exclaimed io un- 
disguised astonishment, for it never cccurred 
to me that Euoh a man as Jenks could have 
married. 
" Tea, I waited on a girl once." 
" Was she beautiful?" X inquired. 
"Well, I sbonld say fair to middling," 
responded Jenks, parsing his lips as if de- 
termined to render a candid judgment— 
"fair to middling, barring frecklep." 

" But you didn't leave her for the freck- 
les," I said. 

"No, I didn't leave^her for the freckles. 
She was a good girl, and I wsiied on her. 
It don't seem pc.siblenow tbat I ever waited 
on a girl, but I did." 

"And why didn't you marry her?" I in- 
quired warml}. 

" It wasn't her fault," said Jenk?. "She 
was a good girl." 

Then why didn't you marry her?" I in- 
sisted. 

Well, there was another fellow got (o 
hanging round, and— you know bow tuch 
things go. I was buay and— didn't tend up 
very well, I a'poeo— and aha got tired wait- 
ing for me— or something— and the other 
fellow married her. bat I've never blamed 
her. fihs's been sorry enough, I guees." 

Jenks gave a sign of mingled regret and 
pity, and the subject was dropped. 



Songs of the Day 

The song writers of of the day are im- 
proving and it's about time. We have heard 
too much about the blue, blue sea, her 
bright Btnile hanats me ttill, and each mat- 
ters. Now they are combining instruction 
wit*! magic-writ iog through tender melodies 
the utile and the dulci, as it were — licking 
stern reality to poetic fancy, to put It mildly. 
O ne of thesalnuovators on old fogies like 
ifo Ji f, has written a beautiful composition 
which he ealls "Don't slam the door, Sam- 
my." When we beard tbat striking song 
wrested from the bowelB of a piano by a fair 
young lady, we were excitsd to such a point 
of frenzy t;at we could without remorse 
have slaughtered the tyrannio parent who 
deprived his loving child of the supreme 
pleasure of hearing Sammy slam the gate ; 
or we could have gone out ana taken three 
drink?, a fifty cent cigar, and a dozen oys- 
ters at the expanss of tbe anther, bad he 
been present to make the offer. The same 
author has also written another song which 
is destined to live while our language lasts 
It bears the pithy tide of "Take off yoor 
boots, Harry." Our admiration is eo geast 
for this wonderful production tbat we can 
only do jnstice to our feelings by quoting 
two lines (that is all that remains upon the 
tablet of our brain) of the song: 

Take off year boott at tbe porob. Harry, 

For tbe old mac doesn't sleep very sound. 



Heartrending Sorrow. 

"Vy, Moehes. my dear Moshea, vat iah de 
matter mi t you ?" aBked an IsraeHtiBh friend 
of his bj other whom he found crying pite- 
ouBly in his store in Chatham street. 

"Ob, don't ai me, I bin sich a fool; 
nevtr I bin such a fool." 

"Veil, c\n't we do nothings about it ? Tat 
ish demattar?" 

"Veil, den, a jackass he comes in and he 
buys a coat, and I tills him seventy dollars." 

"Veil, didn't he pay de eeventy dollar*?" 

"Oh, yea. be pays it, but dat ish vare I 
was sicb a fool ; I didn't scharge him seT- 
enty-two. Oh, my, loss him two tollarg, I 
tas sich a fool. 



A Natural Question. 

Murders are so common in New York that 
when a g. ntleman went home and announced 
to his wife lhat Mr. Greeley was dead, bia 
lit... three-year-old, playing on the floor 
looked up and said, "Pa, who shot him?" 

Holiday Candi«s, 

Freeh, sweet and dtbcioua Candles, of every 
variety, at M A. Merck's pioneer confection- 
«y, 67f iray street. Wholesale ana retail, q 



Holiday Punches. 

There are no Punches for the Holiday tables 
that compare with Squaraa's. equajg* a Punches 
are famou* for the high art Bhown in their man- 
ufacture, happy combination of wbolejome 
tonlca, and their delicious flavor. Bona, tbe 
disciple of the great Squaws, has prepared.. 
forty different kind of punches and cordials for 9 *°* X rtI * et * 



Justice to Women. 

The Boston Transcript, Bpeaklng of no- 
ble wiveB, says tbat Mr. Seward's | fame be- 
gan to wane after the death of his wife, to 
whom he owed tbe vitalizing currents -which 
bore him on. The Vicountess Beaconefield 
is dead, and we shall now tee how much the 
extraordinary Disraeli owed to the power 
behind tbe throne. How long must it be 
before great women can bring their powers 
to bear at firsthand? We have had prsctt 
cal evidence that sometimes tbey bringtbem 
to bear with both hands— and most effect 
ively, too. 

Unappreciated. 

A Boeton gentleman who could not waltz, 
offered a young J*dy -$100 if ehe would let 
him hug her as much aa the man did who 
had jaet waltzed her. It was a good offer, 
and showed tbat money was no objeot to 
him, but tbey put him out of the house bo 
hard that his eyes were quite black. 



Still Allvel 

When looting for Holiday presents, go to the 
New Tobk Photoqbaph Gaxxebv, No. 25 Third 
street, and Bee those beautiiul portraits In oil, 
water-colors and Indla-inb. Piices from one- 
tbird to one-balf cheaper than at any ether 
flrat-clasa gallery in the city. Beniember the 
place— B. F. Howland & Co., 25 Third st. p 



RECOLLECTIONS OF A DIZZY LIFE. 

Oh ! how often do I look 
On those days when, with my books, 
I, a little child, wjuld ai'. and rsad near by my 
mother's side, 
How trie tears wonld fill Ler eye 
When I'd told a wicked He, 
And she'd whack the cat-o'-ulDe-ialls round my 
tender little bide. 

Little afster dear and I— 
And I think wilh many a sigh 
Of that little aagel cherab, and with tearful 
eyet I see- 
How we'd r Jim about together, 
Ot< r hill and over heather, 
And how shb's, with a. alsttr's patience, take 
the lickings m;ant for me. 

How to Sonday-aohool we'd go, 
And we'd walk so very Blow, 
That our dear and kind old minister would 
shake bia pious head, 
Sijing, " Children, you're not <arly ;" 
And he'd pat our heada eo oorly, 
And he'd muss our clothes up so much that I'd 
wish that he wee dead. 

How her pennies she would save 

TJotll Suuday, when she gave 
Them to her teacher kV* tbe little heathen far 
away ; 
And then how, with boyish pride. 
By that dear, kind teacher's side, 
I would eteil those heathen'.? pennies when th» 
dear old man wonld pray. 

And my schoolmate; — where are tbey? 
Many In the churchyard gray ; 
Some have gone to foreign climes, where they're 
lesdera in tbe van. 
One's a statesman tried and true. 
While another of the few 
Eeepa a gin-mill in the Bowery on the Earopean 
plan. 

And I ponder o'er those rJaye, 

Thinking of the many waya 
In which men rise to places of responsibility ; 

And I buret myself with laughter, 

When 1 1 fiint of tbe hereafter 
Of that poor deluded gin-mill keeper in the 
Bo wery. 

How he'll twirt and bow he'll turn 
In that undiscovered bora, 
From which no traveler htre on taith was ever 
known to ccme ; 
And he'll wiBh, as well he may. 
That h='d ti aveled the right way, 
And gone to church and Sunday-school, instead 
of telling ram. 



A Happy New Veer. 

What a pleaiare itrs to meets smiling connta- 
nance, whetb«ritbe on the street or in the par- 
lor. And why it it that tome faces wear a contin- 
ually happy look ? It ia simply beoaase they live on 
a plain, nutritions and aabstantial diet. That man 
it a public benefactor wbo will conscient lonely 
serve ns with a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meaL Looi* Meyers, proprietor of the "White 
House." Kearny street, also of the Oapitol Res- 
taurant, Fourth Btreet. does it. as hundreds can 
erithu»itBtic*lly testify. Hi* ktchens axe marvels 
of ordtr and cleanliDess. Iry him, and yoa will 
rind it impossible to eat elBewbere. 



•Jones dc Schroder's 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can ba obtained only 
at 880 Bath ttreet, nearly opposite the Aiham- 
bra Theatre. Sob Halt eats it, and tbey all 
est it. Only the best brands of Liquors bot- 
tled fot family use. (i - 

Lever Buckle suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
f hers — at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



CLarKTOT-Utr. — Madame Clara AntODta, tbe 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium, 
has removed to 323 Kearny Bt. Consultations in 
English, French and Qerman. i 



How it Looks in Heaven. 

A colored female preacher is making Ma- 
con (Ga.) lively. In one of her last street 
sermons she thus relates her experience : I 
started to go right to beberj. De debil was 
close at my heels, and he follered me ebery 
step ob de way. When I got to Norf O'liny 
he was dar, aod when I went through New 
York he was still dar. I was afeered to look 
round for fear I'd see thim, and he'd lead 
me right Btraight down to hell. He follered 
me ebery step ob de way right to de gate ob 
heben, and when dey opened de door to let 
me in he gib one monstrous howl and den 
he left me, and I walked right in. Oh, my 
frens, it was de most beautiful place I eber 
seed. Kberyting was gold, and dey brought 
me a gold bible, and you jest ought lo bear 
me read. Here I don't know de A B C, but 
np dar I could read jis like a preacher. I 
could read ebery word, and did nothing but 
sit under de Bhade ob a June apple tree and 
read my gold bible ebery day. I'b tellin de 
gospel trail", ebery word I say; I'eeen heben, 
for I done been dar and read de gold bible 
through. 

To AcraEssES.— For sale at a great sacrifice 
at 38 Geary street, eix elegant silk dresses, une- 
qualled for quality and style. e 



Manning's. 

The only place south of Market strest to 
get a good dish of Oysters, California or EaBtern 
Transplanted, is at Manning's Charter Oak 
Oyster Scloon, corner Howard and Third, late 
of the Bine Wing 8*loon. L 



Live Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding Is tbe causeof many crimes. Those 
wbo dine at the Pioneer Bestanrant, on Wash- 
ington treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Booken, wbo has catered for the public since 
1849. provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, S&imagundl soup, game, tame geeee, 
dellclouB entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best cun or tea In the 
elty — English breakfast tea — Bonchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. a 



Everybody Hutted. 

There ia no end to the multitude of fashions 
in hats. At " The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hit store below Kearny), all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock is immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Everyone who 
goes there is sura to be suited. n 

Something iYew. 

Wm A. Hubbard's manufactured misses' and 
Infant's garments and ladies undtrwejr In suits, 
are famed for their superiority of make and tti- 
tnre all over the Union. Mr. <3eo. W. Amldon, 
the authorized agent of Mr. Hubbard, has estab- 
lished a depot of these goods at 248 Second et, 
for wholeeale and retail trade. A liberal dli- 
count to the trade. j 



A Pleasant Location, 

Persona desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated.. 



Diamond Catarrh Remedy 

Is a aura oure for Catarrh or Colds. Aak your 
druggist for it, or Bend to Dr. A. F. Ever, No. 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Rhbb Bouse Carriages, can be 
lound In front of Coleman Bros, clothing ee- 
lablishment, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery Bts,, or Dexter Stables. Carriaee orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



The President's Message. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notes of this 
document. Cheapness and dnrabllrv are the 
characteristios of H. Lucheinger's furniture. 
All should vieit his emporium, 736 Market 
Btreet, and ascertain how cheaply a house can 
be furnished. D . 

—m 

An Old Landmark. 

The Verandah Cigar Btore, at the N. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Sehmldt, has been famous for the laet 
eleven yearB for keeping the best Havana olgars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipeB, eta v 

■ •- 

Gentlemen, Attention! — 

For the most comfortable and luxurious ghave 
be eure and call at O. L. Snsand'B Palace Shaving 
and Hairdressing Saloon, 224 Montgomery St., 
opposite Baas House, upstairs. Only the most 
skillful artists employed. B 



aealth ana pleasure, 

There are not too many pleasures In San 
Francisco, Kothing Is more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into tne coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, can and one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carriage stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and art his stables 1018 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, bis charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
to to Frank Bonton ax the Occidental Hotel 
■/ben you want a carriage, o 



The Choicest Confectionery. 

Jo&n B. Eomtr has just opened a new and 
handsome confectionery store at 126 Kearny 
street, where can be obtained superior finely 
flavored oonfectionery of all kinds. Balls and 
parties suppllied. j 

Washing Returned in One 3> a y 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

Bats f&T Holidays. 

" The" Hat Store, 647 Washington Btreet (Bee 
ond bat store below Kearny), Is the plice to go 
to buy your holiday hats. Finest hate, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat Btore in the city. 
Bemember, No. 647, second hat btore below 
Kearny, on Washington street- a 



Photographic cards, 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Qallery. 84 Third street between Stevenson and 
Missioa'street, v 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGBAMMK.IN 
every Theatre in San Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 
eat the centre of tbe city, in nil Rnfai. »>.„ 
tsnr&nts. Saloons, Stares and 



FIGARO 

IB OIEOULATED EVERY DAT ON THE 
. Oaltl.nd yerryBoato to catch the pa&Mngere 
hat amve by Ihegreat Oerlaad Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERT DAT TO ALL THE 

o,»?^ IK:, .t'" b< " els , '» California, K.vada and 
Oregon- the paper, leu in the theatres at light 
being gathered np and aaved lor that onrpose p - 



FIGARO 

IS "HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 

ii .V. Ti, 8 . ?"""^" 1 aieetlLg a change of readers 
i,.t » io- "'"■ T '"'<' l| ag Uonvesaooee, Hotels, 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO . 

rjIBOTJLATES D! THE BEST SOOIETY. IS 

.V.hflKS 4 . 1 " t* »»>"'■•' aearly all who come 
to the ci» to mate porchaees, and Is thereloretha 
heat of advertising medinma, •■"•«„ w«> 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellers and Stationer*. 

H. H. Moore. 609 Montgomery, oear MerohanL 

Basinets College*. 
Heald'e, Bryant & titration's College, 24 Post St. 

JBotehers. 
Kats, Fred, Stalla H to 100. California Market. 

Brmi Fonnderlea* 
Weed A Eingwell, California* 125 First at. 

French Fancy GomJa. 
Locan A Co., 19 Menbgomerp, 107 and 109 6nttax\ 

Hrnnan Hair* 
Sampson. A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Hmle nod MnMcal I ostr amenta. 
Keene, O. C, mftr. aooordiana, repairer of ail kaad» 
musical installments, 203 Kearny. 
Hoeearonl Unnafaolaren. 
Brigaardello, Maocbiarello A Co., 706 Sanson*, 

Wine, and Uqasri. (Wholesalu) 
Daneri F. A Co.. W4 front 



il 



I 



LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast] 



H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DIb CONTINUED THB PRINTTHe 
Business at the corner of Sacrament* u4 
Leideadorff streets, and 

Removed to 532 Clay street, 

Will, in fo tare, cocdact the same Use of basin 
at the new location, in connection with theonsH 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he has united his stock and bniiosst 
thna making tbia 

THE LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED 0FFIK 
M THE STATE, 

And affording unsurpassed facilities for Prlnstlii, 
of every description. Personal attention w lifflf 
given to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL. CIRCUS AND OONI 
WORK, ETC. 

My Eogravera stand at tbe bead of the prOfaW 
6ioD,as samples on tbe dead-walls of theoityi 
testify. 

A call is solicited from my friends and the 
lie at aty new Quarters. ' 

H. P. TAILOR, 

de41m 639 clap streefc | 



>rote». 
tywtt 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



DEOLARKD PY THE JUDGES AT A LATB 
Fair of the American Institote, after a blind- 
fold trial EKainst Btsinway'e, OhickerirjR'S, aa< 
others, to be TH^ BJlST ON EXHIBITION. B 
OVBTAZ, Sole Agent. SO O'Farrell ■ treet 
N B-— Pianos of all etylee TO RENT. matt . 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 

ANY AND ALL. PERSONS THAT HA71 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on ODD 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tbj 
amount refunded at tbe office of the undersignee 
upon tbe presentation of an order from tbl 
Mayor and Oity and County Attorney. 

delStf A. ATTgTlK. I 




j* OLI 

DAVE MEN DEB & CO.,at_ 

old original RedLion. lOOetn 

Btreet, between Kearny Mid Dnpont, wbereyoi 
can have HOT AND COLD DRINKS, not forget] 
tiog the old Pioneer Lunch. Tbe "Old Sport" If 
always on baod. 



To the Dramatic Profession 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BESS I 
over twelve years connected with tbe press o f 
Melbourne, and iB welt known br the members o i 
the profession in the Colonies, bege to iatlmab I 
that he ia prepared to give experienced advice U I 
all persons professionally vieiting or moditatioi t . I 
visit to tbe Australian Colonies. Fee tnoderalt | 
Punctuality in dispatching replies may be relist 
upon. 

WILLIAM HENRY WATERS 
12Viotoria Chambers, « Collins street. Ms* 
featf 



bourne. Australia. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 



FINELY FTJP5IISHED ROOMS, SB*: 
gle or in a nita, 
"Well JLighwd and VtmtlLated, 

_ Uninrmsnea Kooms to let. .bodei 
or withcot board. ALHAMBRA BIT 
SIC* Hn.h .tr.st 



lodging wiU 

BaiLCaia, 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS, OK THE FINEST rcANDi 
made at oar Steam Oandy Faotor, dailr. AI 
orders, especially from tbe cocotry, ar. nolioltai I 
aod will be promptly attondBd to. 

OANTY 4 WAGNER, 
lOT Montgomery st~ ne,.r S«ir*r 



ttOO Pair, ot socks, 
At all prices, ittho What Oheer Lnnndrr. 




DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Tk. Ocrrnnn Saving, and loan Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIKEOTORS HAVE DE- 
cl.red . dijideod of nine (9) per cut Mr 
annnm on Term Deposit,, aod .ev.o and one n." 
!'£.' ? 8 t c 5 ot - K '»■■» on Ordinary DepoSte, 
lw™h Fe 'Vi" , , l s -T"' '1' tha "' month. <E8 S 
Deoember U. 1875, payable on and after Jannary 



CENTRAL. 

NO. 11B GEARY STREKT. 
Best accommodations for 
Families io tbe city. Private 
entrance forLadi-c Hair Ootting. ShayiDg a_ 
Shampooing. Obildren'e Hair neatly cat. Ladlaf 
SbampooingSO oeots. 
i - 17 1 m U CORRI VEAO. Proprietar. 



MR. AND MRS. DREW'S 

t Select Dancing Academ] 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE 
HAYWABHS. 

lONY OAKBb PROPRIETOl 

Pirst-Class Hotel 

jyl66m 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE : ASSORTMhNT OF GENTS* FUR-1 
nisbieg j3poda to be b»,d. good and cboap. a 




TMMEI1I' <L % 










141 r>iUII('ll< rNCMDit. JANUARY IS 



»•!. XVf. *,. im 



FURNISHED ROOMS 
is tad tio 

WEST END" H 



r — .i. i«4|i. r a. •>* 



SS: f METROPOLITAN THEATRE 
i 3uis£ a y Vamii-y 




BELLA UNION THEATRE 



!*»»4. 0^* *M*U«» 



j. til luit ■< 



TKII EVE! 



'••CART 16 



WUtDj 

tayioJ 






1 1 -- II I 



»a | a , 
■■■ Ml Kl I 1 
^lO* 

I 1 1 I 



MlltVIv JAttt'ARY IB 

YELLOW HAT! 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



Star Premiere Assoluta, BETTY RIGL. the Premiere Danseuse. EMILY RIGl. 



I irrvl liliiic -N. v, i .,.> lc |,,. 
MI 1 .11 N N I 10 WOirRKxX 

A» HAS Till i.ikiim-hi 

MI-.-. I.II.I.li; II\lt_ 

»M> DASH,. 



Oh»ron /»!»«-» lita Tlirse 




• l. loo. ||C. 
I I.llr* II.: 

> .osi iLirros 

b. Lore tod fV.lt* 

■ mirt trriKai 

' Mai Qwrea't A.lrle,r 
Bt'DSOI UiHIJ 

J Hindi*; 

tia* e Cowtlar, I .0. Edaonde 
1 . . L »»'tao»r 
■ ■ .Mim Fann, Toon. 

Mr, 1. F. Beat, 

Mis O.llBn 

..tie. K. • Arm'trong 
...Ml,. Robin. 
Ladle.. L l*-. If kilt of BoD.-r O-er 1 ■ 




OLIO. 

ICARIAN GAMES. 

' -r Joeqnln Bui lay 

HORIZONTAL BARS. 

. Oft '•rinii 
>«D JOigDINBl'ISLAT 

ilPlRUE BALLANCINO Ad! 



Thar, wriaiiota*, o.tb in, Grand Transformation 8«u 
MUUM 

id of Fern*. or_H^lla of Dazzling Light! 

UD«r rtSJIIaO J., rl b-Comolimeoiarr - B^nTn7~ 
i-e.d»r,d r j ib. Morale a act 10 

M I -.-. i: i. kNCHK CLIFTON 



AT AFrEHNOOll, Jea 18- 

iici Yellow Hat aI ." tl °5igJ 

MONDAY IVKNMO. JAN »tb. Fir.-. Appeewuooof 

1ISS AUCUSTA L. DARCON- 



Tulontool C*»llrti 

JANUARY 16 

lTINBXI. 
Tiir sngoKol .l.Y ilii.tnumi a r> < r it i.r i* ■ ah*. i.nn.KD 

Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp! 

rinii.rTiof or riiRtrtli*: 

„ man mooir Moonr 

|« w. a. ni.srATr.il 

iaabm j. o wili . 

TAB! TOMOLtTBt • KALTE1 M. LBBAI 

OBABD V1IIK. E. B. TRATKK 

AF.rUOf, « J BCOILFT 

UiriCCB O. HENI1T 



. K.llr. Ta.ra and Coaeoear 



IMIIOIITAL.M. 

onrrs oruo 

OEBl OF THE LAMP 

OESI OF TBE RIBO 

rmscxss badboulbadoub 

AUROr 

ZOBTAD _ 

HPaTAPBA 

Mandarin,, bfrnlstere of HLto. O-nl'. nnnl,m«n. On,, I 



E. PLTIIPTOB 

JOBB WIL80B 

MIRS LOUISA JOBMTOn 

MISS MIBBIE WALTON 

MISS BABBIE WYATT 

MltH M. A. OBAMBEKH 

MBS. C. B. SADKDEBJ 

Atlpoilanta, alav-o, . t -. 



Magnificent Scenery by Porter I Startling Illusions! Gorgeous Costumes! 



ACT FIRST. 

F.nihniit.-"! C»vc rn, 
M.Ktr ]>rle>makt li> Funntbln. 
-A.OT SECOND. 



A.CT THIRD. 

I Conic Inetramentol Act, Mom. 1'nron. I.a Man. 
ola, M'llo illiriT BIOL nod RHII.l KIUI.. 

. ' Gran Ballet do Chlnol^, 

:••■-£, uod | b * «•"" »"•"•»' «»" BMH.Y BIOL ood Corp. 

U'llr KM. l.Y KhJl. and Corp.de Holtou .to llmi.-t. 

SATURDAY HVKN1.NG. Jaoaary lmb.— 

Benefit of Mme. Inez ^.»"lt>"fc>:rl. 

LA FAVOFUTV, Qi.nd Open or DONIZETTI, will bo sivou; WITH BALLET. 
MONDAY EVE.V'ISQ, JANUARY Mtu. Flrjt Ai.po.rao.ce of— 

tohn t. FLA.^isa:oJsrjz> 

Id ■ new Comedy, adapted from the Francb. entitled FORBIDDEN PRTJIT. ' 



DUE Ft. 



TJilCES OF ADMI8BI0N. 

KfKrTfH •*-(•(•— Dro6« Cirol* uif Orohestra 91 *■•> Balcony 

Rr»rT>d KcM(a—B«lflOCy 1& Gallery 

Drtai Citcl« Admltnlon »1 OO Private Boxes 



..99 untl RIO OS 



Vr.B.J 


• •(III, l-6Mr BHtt ItMBHf 


*>«*n«ift» 




«««lf «•*•■ 


.1 -■)•!- .)•■■ ■,»■>•. 



Dutch mxoiiiplin.-ntloua 

J II !..KKI> Ml c AKHIK AKHM 

toiiit MBttr-T^ charki virhe'i 

Jennio Worrell and Lilhc Hall 

IB DUL'III.I DABOB. 

THE OTHER FELLOW. _ 

M»» K.Hi ■ «"i »■> < <. Hint 



li.L >.d OOOPEB In 

"I'M GOING HOMK 

. nal M.1.I-. compo.Od br E Klom .) 



Ill IM» < "Mil . 



Bonquet of Soogs. 



I I. <lo\riiil>- 

. . . Hiss UlliTHaT 



BniiiM' r.u- a Wnisrr. 

MIM Jutaobinf .lohon* 1 n.r. Tommr Broo. 



M.dlar Orvriar. 



Nan the Good-for-Nothing! 

NAN MISS JKNKIK \MHIRHX 

(In wfil'h ih*|i wlih-oi a ri»»l, iotrodacifiK t*r * loj» ) 

Tom Drlbblea, one fatber. It. i; M.'lb 

Harry >'ollier, t be other father Obarl«i Vomer 

(Jo»ri(ir,ic»rpTii«r Malt Kelly 

Ynnnjt Hr. biinp.en Obaa. ( ofiil 

Bob Kred Cooper 



Over tare.. 



. .OrobMtr* 



New Oomla Btllat by H. Bobmidt. ectUkd 

The Village Coquette 

LISH1TK MMU. THUREBR 

I« Pere Thomas R. G Mareb 

Onianot, liokiDf for work Kd, Montaaae 

rKANCOIS, a (aim .arrant MON.-. KOHMIOT 

Gleneaaes ... Mines Fillmore, JosaDhlne, Armotrooff, Gen-vita 
....DURING THE BALLET.,.. 

Clinrncter Dance Mme. There. r, M. Kch-nldt 

l*u- Seal ....lime. Therea« 

Fluule It e down 

By all tbe Ladl«a, M. SOHMIDT and HMB. TUERKKH. 
Unezpeoted T.b.eao Fioale 



m 



1 Hit) w> 
ImnIbbIImJ 

ss-a 

,iro*""'j!y 

istsa 

I III I 



Seeoml Street. | 40 

SWAINS BAKERY, 

i:-t»l.ll.l lc ,i m 'no 
WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

I bt Bo. 148 Foortb atrttt. bod At 
Xo. IOI . stooktoo ,ir.,L 

THE BEST QIAI.ITT Or 

■Wedding Oalto 

ALWAYS OB UAXD. 
MY«»T VARIETY OF 

Cuke for the Holidays. 

FI CREAM. cnARLOTTH RUMS', BLAJJO- 
MAJK.K. .IKk.I.Ii S, ew., made to order and 
•( ibabMt material*. 
— -W «!■> K. K, sw,vi\ «fc CO. 



HAIR. 

THE OUEAPESr PLAOl IB SAB FRAK0I300 
TO BOY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Cood-t, Cheap and Fine 
Jewjiry & Fancy Goods, 

18 AT TUB 

NEW YORK STORE. 

A. B. "AHUM 4t CO., 

Mo. 1 lO Breond atrcct, 
ooJUIin Botwooo Mlarton n.d Minna. 



Attention, Good Liyers! 



M"-'- »»ROES. FOBMERLY 
oropri,torol tbbMloan' Boa. 
tanrbol. h„ uk.n IS, nbbb..nVlol 
Of bOlb tb. Minora' R,, M oi»ol °b 
Commercial atrvol bod tbo Mlnony 
Branch An Marr.l iItmi . n ...-. 



i-j^K 



uonmaroui aira.l and tbo llini i . r^ ina T 
{W.r«» ,l ",' k J*. m 0ano.rablo wltb MB. 
A. DRAYEUB, wbo baa boon oobnol.d with tbo 
arm for r.An. ImprorsmtDUbl*, bo,o mad. In 
tb, Ooliioo daportmaota tbat will ran-lar tb. Mi- 
Sf*,? 01 * WRalAr lb«n It ha, «,u (man donna. 
S.V " '•*,?; '1 "t ".'"""ri'r. Onr Bill, of Far. 
•nlbraoa all tha dalioaoiw of tbo aaaaoo. Onr 
•oottola ''Qood Kara, Good Oooklnf and Modarato 

P. BCBOP.I * CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

KS1 and 4.3(3 CommeroUl, and 
709 Market street. 
Opan frota 8 a.m. to 10 r.u. anJl In 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 

«- M* ••tw^emeai to ■*,, Mr . Lei deader r. 
(Ex oflw a f P.M . B. 8. OtX) 

01VB TJ8 A TRIAL; 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING. 

TtTR UlDFRSIGNED VTODT.D MOHT RE- 
speotfrjlly represeot to yon and tne public gen- 
erally, that be la now prepared to fnrtlsh facii- 
lt>«« for exblbi'inna of every kind and oharaotar, 
wblob aboald deiervn tbe pMrooaize of the pab- 
llo. He ba« ornciei at Cbnynne, Wyoming, A 
LARGE A.ND OkMMODIuIJs UaLL, with goo) 
Soocery acd Siano. Tbe Hall Is well ventilated 
and lighted, and mid* comfor «bo for nil seasons 
of the year. THK BEST OF MUSIC, both String 
and Brasa, can be fnrni»bed at all times. 

rtaiiafao'ory arraogemeolB will tie made with 
THKATRIOAL ORG I HER COMPANIES, eith- 
er for footing of Bailor performances on a per- 
cent-im of tbe rocoipia. Ourrcsponderjcn "olioiu)d 

Address. J. Mi-DANIKI . 

Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne. Wyoming. 

N. B — Ooriosities wanted for the Cheyenne 
Museum. Those wishing enfrrmorneDiB. state low- 
est terras for tbe Winter Season, sending pboto- 
fraph to my address. Half Passage Money re- 
onded after QlUng bd easement e, 

JAMKS McDANIEL, 
Proprietor Cheyenne Theatre and Museum, 
oeK'i Sm Look Box No. 1. Cheveone, W. T. 



CHEYENNE_TH£ATRE. 
Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIRST-CLASS PEOPLE.-MUST HAVE 
good Wardrobe, Four Ladies and two Gen- 
tlamna to be good in general baslnasBfir the oom- 
Ing Winter tSoa«oo, commoaoinv tbe first week In 
November, 1ST2. Address stating lowest terma, 
with Photograph. Half Far* reloaded after fill. 
Ing engagement. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 
Proprietor Cheyenne Theatre and Moeeam, 
oc*2 Look Box 1, Obeyenoe. W. T. 



The Biggest Race Yet—The 
Human Race* 



THE M A .l OB IT Y OF TUONE WHO 
reside la Nan Fruncleeo* bay their 
Nhlrte una Fnrnl.hlna; Ooodi of BENE- 
DICT A CO., No. 8 Second strret, be- 
eanie (heyere nlwiiy* treated 'well nod 
boy their tcot.de ut the lowest prlcaa. at 
•'THE OLD RTAND." 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIU8INU CITY, HEYAIJA. 

THIS BLKOAJfT THHATRK HAS BERN RE- 
decorated, and can be rented by tbo night or 
by Uta weak. Stan and traveling oompaaJes 
liberal, v Lreatod with on applioatlon by letter 
JOHN PIPER, 
Hanagar and sole Propr-ator, 
■ Or to J. H. HcCAUC, 
<»t> Waahingtoa straet. Sao Fvanolaeo. 



MONS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
oallit, rtopaaa Now Ooarats for Piano and 
•login g by his sntirely New and Simplified Hy*tea> 
- tbe shortest i n esis ten ce— reading music at night. 
Aocon. P Ajjimibnis, Sieging for Parlor or Ooncrrt-, 



Pacific Purchasing. 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms 1G and 17....020 "Washingrtoii street. 




WANTED IMMEDIATELY. 

First-Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Cymnastic Talent 

....ALSO.... 

Twenty Plr»t X-ixio Ballot Ladios. 

FOR HALE EI«HTT NETS *»F AMAZON ARMORS. COMPLETE, IN 
Lota to suit, purchasers. Each Set oonstataof S nl 'd Bilvor-Plated Helmet, Hreastr-lnte, Lam- 
berkin. Shield, odb p.iroi Arml«t., ol* pair or BruCBlet,-, one pair of Tights, OQe pair of Truuka, one 
pair of Sand nl-, one Tonic, one Scarf, one Combat Sword, aid one Spear. A portion nl theno Armor a 
»*.re now to be seen at .he Metropolitan Theatie in the Amazaniao Maroh in "THK YELTOw HAT. 

**■ F ° r V '" e ' *"'" " """•• M I H 1 ..AN CIIEBTK & CO 



GKAND 

Select Bal Masque 



..or Tn>,... 



ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 



lECortloultural IIaII 
...,ow.... 

TlirilSDAT ETEXINO JAN. SSd 

BY SUBSORiPTION ONLY. 

Ticket* 95 ea 

•»■■ Subscription Lists nnn b« found with— 
G. M Berry, Mi- -riff's Office, Lily Hall; 
Mr Brandt, -'.W .^.r 'Wft-hinctr.n A Montgomery; 
A, Sum me. llu Id. Jr., N.K. cor Folsom A Stcuart; 
W. Ooben. No. (i Hstiery street; 
J. W'tt, No. lUIThtid -trtWI ; 
Mr. KitKenattiirj, No \C> Second street; 
hd. Abramaon, No. 73.^ Ulay street. deSfllw 




t 



- .^TivaS^-"' 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 

OVSTER 

....AND.... 

OHCOP ECOtTSB, 

anouner atreet, olTKcjrn, brlivctu Pine 
and California. 

THE FINEST FBESH BALTIMORE AND 
TBANMFI.ANTKD 0Y8TBRB aorvad In noj 
atylu. KveryttrlnK ooo. ed iotbo best manner, 
nar Tha Floeat Llqoors and Oisare. 
fc*-Eloaunt Snltea of Koorna for I.od lea. 
aarOFKN DAY AMD NIOHT. 

R. J. lEOHAU IF ft JE88BW. 
noM 1m . ITopriotors. 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MMK POWS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Parisian Ladiea' Ondarwaar. FRENCH 
O0R8E T8 of all prioa, and qoaJltiaa. raadj made 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN ITS HIGHEST, PERFEOIION -KIOHARD 
MULDLtK FABBRI, teuoll«r of sevoral cele- 
brated K'lropenn artistea. late Director of tbe re- 
nowned OonBervitory el Geneva, Mnitre du Ohant 
of t'.e Freuob Imnerinl Academy of Mueiov Con- 
ductor of t be Pbilbiirmoeiquo Sooietv in Paris, 
rind at. preHent Musical Oiieotor of tha Fabbrl 
Open, is prepared to give private IsBuoni, either 
al Ilia office or at tbe re»i"eri''o of tbo pupils; 
likewise COURSES OF MNU1NG, PiANO aud 
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. 

For further parlicuisra anply at PROF. MUL- 
DKK'Soffi.e. No.»l POWKLL S'l REF t .betwe-n 
Market aud Ellis Also, iett-rs received aud terms 
ti be bad at the mnaiu ftore of M. Gray, ulay et., 
and of Measra Sherman J. Hyde, corner of Sutter 
and Kearny streets. jaB lm 



WILLIS^BAND. 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL 
oooestonB. Music imported, arranged 
and for eale. 

FrltK Plpcra and Hareai M. Blam 
Lending YloIInfite. 
■»-0rd#re from the country promptly attended 
Address M. W. WILLIS, Baton's Mutlo 
ret, or JrJARCrUflW. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM r 

And C'oIIeize of Medicine. 

Ifi f\Cif\ BEAUIIFUL AND INSTRUCT- 
M.\J*\J\J\J iT*. r.bieota to bo sn.n. Qpen to the 

Public DAY AND NIGHT, ai EUtOKA HAW. 

318 Montgomery stretit. FOR MEN ONLY 
htDr. Jordan's Pbivatk Office is at fell 

Gesry street (otiyosite olo veob^rl^cB^ Pavilion). 



Stage Dancing 

TAUGHT AT 

McCarly's Dancing Academy, 



DASHAWAY HALL, 

Poat atreet. oear Kearnr. 



ADOLFHUS STOCKMEYER, 

....TEAOUER OF.... 

PIANO AND SINCINC, 

Balls aud Parties attended to, and Music fur 
niahsd. Residence, 90S Eddy street. dti-lm 



E. PARDINJ 

NO. T«0 WASHINGTON STREET. (ABOVE 
tha Plata). Sao Fraaoisoo. Boots sad Shoe* 
made to order in the bast Freucb. style. The urns 



4 *FI &AK O. ! 

THE JOURNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Published every Dw in the Year by 
,T. I». B O G -A- H X> XT S 



laSMcrcbunt ood 535 "W a.hlngton 8t« 
Below Montgomery. San Francisco. 



THUB3DAY JAXCARX 16, 1873 



A SlipP«ry Battle Ground. 

The Daubary News Bays : Wo have felt 
rather kindly towaids French rcofa since 
Friday night. Two cats got on Mr. Wei- 
land's that eTening. They were cats that 
evidently never saw a French roof before, 
but they were not timid. They bumped 
themselves without a moment's pause, 
sounded the battle cry, and went to work. 
For two minutes there was a gnat deal of 
pulling atoand and howling, but it was a 
French roof, it was new ground, and before 
they were (airly aware of it they wera off 
the rcof and going towards the earth at 
lightning Tolooity, piwing out into tha air 
for something to get hold of, spitting and 
crying and swearing and beseeching, and 
fobbing with their hearts fall of agony and 
their months foil of fur, all the way to the 
ground, where fiey arrived in a condition 
to afford nourishment ta Mr. Wei land's 
grape vines. _ 

Men's Favoiioa. 

Tuero are two kinds of gentlemen's^ favor- 
ites— the bright women who amusa them, 
and the sympathetic one who love them.- 
Bnt these last areot a doubtful— what coun- 
try people call "chancy" kind; women who 
thjvv their feelings tco i-psnly, who fall in 
love tco seriously, or perhaps UDasked alto- 
gether, being more lUeiy to irritate and dis- 
gust than to charm. But the bright, ani- 
mated women, who know bowto talk and do 
not preach, who say innocent things in an 
audacious way, and audacions things in an 
innocent way, who are c.veer without ped- 
antry, frink without impudence, quick to 
follow a lead when shown them, and who 
know the difference between badinage and 
earnestness, flirting and serious intentions— 
theie are the women liked by men, and 
whose social successs in no wise depends on 
their bcan' y. 

Not So Bad. 

The Post has the following paragraph : 

The Town Crier and tows liar— one says 
smart thine* in the News Letter, and the 
other boasts of the Call's circulation. 

Ws were not aware that the Town Crier 
of the Nows Lettar f aid smart things. The 
Post knows all about the town liar, though, 
for the very next paragraph to the one 
quoted above is as follows : 

The city circulation of the Post is increas- 
ing rapidly— more rapidly than that of aoy 
other paper published io the city. 

The town liar can hardly beat that for a 

whopper. 

— ♦ 
Too Late. 

Middle-aged Customer— Mr. Bas*bridge, 
my musioal education has been utterly neg- 
lected, but I've a strong desire to pract ce 
some instrument. What would you advice 
me to take up? 

Conscientious Tradesman— Well, sir, I 
should recommend the triangle— oh— yes- I 
think a musical snuff-box, Bir, would be the 
best! 



A Dticomflted Lectnrer. 

The Yreka Journal says: "Sam Quiver 
attempted to lecture at Jacksonville last 
week on what be knew about the Modocs* 
It was supposed ha was an Indian sympa- 
thiser, and the boys greeted him 'with the 
exciting apphuBs of Are crackers, when he 
quit in disgust followed by a young army of 
musical artists with dinner bells, tin paisi 
drums, etc. 



McDowell, Hhow Card Writer, 

Bead; made aid made to order, feoom 10, 
608 MaxHe t strret cor. Poet and Montgamory. o 



J>o You Kuow 

That with ButtkbicVs Patxesss yon can cut 
and mate any garment to fit perfectly T Bend 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. E. 
A. Doming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, So . 113 Kearny street, between Sutter 
ana Post. San Franciaoo. • 



X>r. I>olx©irty 

Has devoted hie study more particularly to 
cbionic and ppeelfio practice, and an each 1b 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
comer of LcldeadorlL a few doors doIow What 
Ohaor Hoses.. T 



J>o Pfot Ssuffor irom Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corn s, Bun- 
lona, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by appljlug ax Dr. B. H. Cowan's Instl. 
tote, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.h. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. References given if required, b 



Oyater Trade. 

The oyster trade in California la assuming 
•^Jgantlo proportions. Emerson Corvillc, of the 
Saddle Beck, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oyeWs to all parts of tha Paoiflo Coaat. Hie 
■a q transplanted oysters hare a fame which 
bu extended all over the continent, and * he 
'Saddle Boca" is known averjwnere. 



Tlie Seat. Remedies. 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pals. Dr. Per. 
IT'S Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
/* B. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. • 



Odjrcr, the Republican. 

Odger, one of the leadens of the Republican 
movement in England, U made sad fun of by 
the papers. Tbey won't have him for a new 
Oliver Cromwell. Our London namesake ban 
the following concerning the latest f^at cf 
the doughty Odger: 

What is thiB laat Ihiog that Mr. Oiger has 
done? Pljttinv the destruction of Emp.rei, 
bo hss accomplished the do *r fall of a bta 
die 1 Yte, the beadle of the Middlt b Wrou^ii 
School Bo.rd— Bobens.byname. Until, in 
an evil moment, he was tempted to carry 
ike carpst-bag of "a person named Odcer, 
a lecturer," this eduoational functionary en- 
joyed the confidence and estaem of biB mas- 
lers— bis home wsb happy, bis fireside cheer- 
ful and his prospect* bright. Brft, bIsb ! 
Odger has undone him and b£» is a bea- 
dle no longer. The eye which glowed 
with official animation is dimmel and tear- 
ful ; domestic joy has disappeared; the 
sweet emolnments of labor no longer glad- 
den the Saturday night— Mr. Roberta, in 
fact, is cast upon tbe world again, nothing 
more than a man and a brother. The Mid- 
dlesborough School Board did not say tba*, 
it wasbeoauw of Mr. Odger that they dis- 
charged their trusty beadle ; their reason 
was tbat he lacks education and experience. 
Well, I think he does: a man of experience 
and education would not be likely to act as 
light porter to a republican cordwainer. 

m 
New York Programmes. 

There are quite a number of programme 
papers in New York, and they get up a little 
disoussion. Tje programme of the Union 
Square Theatre bad the following the other 
day: 

The following typographical blunders in 
a late sambr-r of tbe otherwise neat pro- 
gramme qi the Fifth Avenue Theatre are 
worth mentioning as cariosities of tbe print- 
er's art : " While tbe central portion of tbe 
play, wiih images, (the crowing of comedy), 
seemingly floating in the expanse of sky 
hoe, is one of tbe fines' result* yet produced 
by the motherly brush of Gartbnldi. The 
Fifth Avenue is indeed the fairy grot of tie 
dramatic musa." If fir "crowing" we read 
crowning, "hoe" hae, f r "motherly" mas- 
terly, and for "grot" grotto, we will get 
moie nearly at what the writer intended to 
say. 

The Union 8quara Programme obtained 
ths services of a proof-reader the nest day. 



Slit Down tbe Back. 

A young man named Billsome, at Grass- 
hopper, Ey., returned from an EaBlern 
town filled with romance and Chest jr- 
fieldian air?. He eava pretty, well-dressed 
young lady standing ankle-deep in the mud, 
beside her epizootioal palfrey, and evident- 
ly waiting for assistance io mount. He 
sprang to her relief, made a temporary stir- 
rup of his two hands, and was rewarded by 
a kick in tbe mouth which knocked Jeight 
dollars worth of gold down his threat, while 
tho gentle one murmured: "I'll learn you 
to insult me, you pig-eyed slouch of a nasty 
man, you. for a niokel I'd put a head on 
you lhat would make yon wear Bhirts slit 
down tbe back for a month." 



Buries the Dog*. 

The Post, which really is the meanest lit- 
tle paper ever published, is now Bquealicg 
because the doga in the pound are to be fed 
and too cents a day p : r dog baa been appro- 
priated for tbat purpose. It says: 

Bwill is just as good for dogs, for they a-e 
not at all t'-wtidions, and swill oan be pro- 
cure! at any of the restaurants for about 
three dollais a ton. 

Really, the editor of the Pest had better 
speak for himself. We know dogs, well- 
brought up dogs, who would starve to death 
before they would eat swill. 



What Eb»! 

The loaal of the Examiner shows the 
length of his ears by saying: 

Bierstadt's new picture, "Donner Lake 
from the Summit," attracted a largo audi- 
ence to tbe Art Gallery yestarday. 

The only sort of picture that could gain 
aa '-audience," would be, we should imag- 
ine, "a speaking likeness." 



Dubnqueites have a fashion of swapping 
babies "unsight and unseen." 

A Milwaukee Congressman has been frank- 
ing a friend's wedding-cards. 

An Illinois exchange reports the thermom- 
eter "thirty degress below Cairo." 

London's latest funny paperis The Gossip. 

F"or Wnaning 

Bhirts, SI 60 per dor.; small pieces, 60c. per 
'« a. At the What Cheer Laundry * 



/Lltogotiier me Best. 

It is curious, but true, tbat J. A. Shaber, 
70? Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper ihun any other 
dealer In this city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. y 



For the Very Best DrlnJcs, 

Goto Yfces' Branch Saloon, earner of Market 



Dr. Barlow «J. ftimitrt ■ 

Is giving a course of Free Leolnrea to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
ease! at bis Hygelan Ball, «37 California streef, 
every Friday evenlc g, commencing at 7 H o'clook. 
A oart of the evening la devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations in retard to health 
to Invalids dally, from 9 to 4 p m , free. vy 

Tbe 111 ag! rated PreiB (S. F.) 

No. 1, January, 1873. Sold by subacription— 
$1 60 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
numnerp, 16 cents. Addrass Murrey, Dewey A 
Co., S. F. o 

• 

WTtiavt Cheer Laundry 

Iethebestia-mdry In San Franolsoo. * 



Best Quality of JDoffrakln. 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 

ijoeer Laundry x 

El Yon -Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
aot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
fc*J. x 



Frssh and Sweet, 
Fer the beet confectionery, go to Canty and 
'"'" 107 Menta-ornery St. near Sutter. * 



i Xwy Neat. 

iiieratidt's picture of Doiner Lake was, 
as everyone knows, painted to order for Mr. 
Huntington, one of tbe railroad magnate. 
Naturally enough Mr. Huntington thought 
that the picture would not be complete with- 
out a locomotive, so he besought Bieretadt 
to paint in a locomotive and train of cars 
raoning up the grade on the right hand side 
of the picture. Biers tadt protested, but 
conll not positively refuse, as Mr. Hunting- 
ton was to pay for tbe picture and thought 
hshad a right to make a suggestion. He 
told his wealtby patron he "would, see about 
it— "would do tbe best he could." Bo Bier- 
stidt painted a oariing wreath of smoke 
Hotting above the track on the right, and 
explained to Mr. Huntington tbat this suffi- 
ciently suggested the locomotive, the train 
having just got round the oorner out of 
sight. This is by no means the leant artistic 
touch in Bierstadt's picture of Donner Lake. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1878. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Oysters. 

In Btrolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gae light, 
Uur careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a soreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet waa seen ; 
While mosBy ntone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Hade that window eeem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of the sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go in here— 
It looks bo nice— and try their cheer."; 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
Mo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our elde a waiter neat 
Made hie appearance, asked our Wish- 
Bald they had almost any dish 
That we mignt name. We found It true, 
And cooked magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every afyle; just think of that. 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
Tbei) 'd clam t and crabs and terrapins ;' 
In lad, we found they had within 
That oosy place ail kinds of game, 
Fibh, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I ana sure, 
prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners. 
To get wnat they call "such nice dinners, ** 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And tnere this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there onoe will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse. 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHAKLES HAAKE. Proprietor. 



It la Perfectly Astonlalilxiff 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
iefore 8 A.M. returned the same evening if de 
ilrad. t 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

JMVIDEKD NOTIOE.-SAVING3 ARD LOAH 
SOCIETY, Nj. o 10 Ola : »t rest -The Board 
OF Directora have tbia da; d.clared a dividend for 
tbe eix montba ending December 31a t, 1672, of nine 
per cent par anoom on all depoaite, parable on asd 
after tbe lien ioat. 



ja U-2» 



OYRUS W.OARMANY. Oaahier. 



r PRICE tWtTS 

A Safe and speedy Reme- 
dy for all Bronchial Affec- 
tions, Asthma, Colds, 
Coughs, Loss of Voice, 
Bronchitis, Incipient Con- 
sumption, Hoarseness, 
Pain and soreness of the 
Breast, and all Difficulties 
arising from a sudden 
Cold, readily yield to its 
healing powers. Ask for 
the California Hall's Pul- 
monary Balsam. Sold by 
all Druggists. 



A New Departure 



J. R. 



GATES & 

PKOPK1ETOBS, 



CO. 



Corner Saaaome and Commercial 

jalStf 



LEWIS & PANDER, 

STOVES, RANGES. TINWARE AND 
all kinds of C-ooktmr Utsos la the be-t 
nd cb^aDAsr, No. 3a GEARY STREET, 
between Kea-py and Dupont. ja8 3m 



4 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Ban FranctHco Savin tin TJnlon, S3S Cali- 
fornia street, corner of ~W«bb. 

ClOR THE HAT.F YEAR KNDING WITH THE 
a. 3lst December, Uftft a dividend haathen d»- 
dared lit the rateof Qina and eix-teDtha (9S-10) 
per cent, per aonnm on Torm Deposits, and eiebt 
( s ) Per cent, per annnm on Ordinary Deposits, free 
of perioral Tax on Depoaita, payable on and after 
13th January. 1873. By order. 
1c3i 2w LOVELX. WHITE. Cashier. 



FREE AND EASY. 

ETEKX S A. T UK DAY If 1 GUT. 

Piano and. singing at s p.m. 

D. BARBY, Obairmin. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

OOO Mlailon street, coir Second. 
del ° J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

050 Sacramento street. 

(The First Hoaae below Kearny street.) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND CHINESE 
_.Halp_oi all Kioda.— Gantral Ba*ine;s *B«noy; 



....FOB THE.... 



Ifl-U-W - TB. 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletoiis and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE E0MANCE AND REALITY 
OF TEE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

HI WILKIE COLUSS, 
IN THE 

Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By * •T > odcer»," In 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charles Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE -FAXjIS, 

By Olive Harper, lm 

The Golden Era 



TOM .A.. HATO-K'8 
FenUletoo, In] 

The Golden Era. 



ORIGINAL 8TOBIE9, POEMS AND 
SKETCH £8, FAS BinBT GOSSIP. 
AMUSEMENTS. LITERATURE 
AND ART. ANSWERS TO COR- 
RESPONDENTS. ETC. 



11HE "GOLDEN ERA" IS THE OLDEST 
Weekly Paper In the State, permanently 
established, nod more widely circulated at borne 
and abroad than any other on the Paoirlo Coast . 
In Oaifornir. the A t hntic States, and (hronglioat 
the entire Held of itg creu; and rapidly increasing 
circulation, the "GOLDEN ERA" is universally 
regarded as a literary and family journal of une- 
qualled excellence. 



To Advertisers. 



The "GOLDEN ERA" is a welcome Snnday vis- 
itor In every Home and Household, and as an 
advertising medium ite advantages most be appa- 
rent to boslnesa men. 

TO MAIX SUBSCRIBERS. 

The Golden Fra, far One Year, S3 SO ; 
for Six Months, ftS OO. 

KnbaoriptionB to be paid in advanoe. 

The Golden Era and Peteraon'a XiOdlea' 

National Magazine. One Year, 85. 

■ay THE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE Berved by 
Carriers in tbe city at 12# oenta per week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA. single oop.ee. Ten Gents. 

for sale at all Newe-sUnds. 



Pacific Stone Company 

THE PiOIFIO STONE COMPANY OALj 
the ea^eoiil attention of Arcniteots. Enjrx 
eere, and the public in general, to tho SDPERIQ 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manufacture 
by them in this city under the Ranaome Patent* 
They make to order and keep in stock; 
RalidinK Froate. Water Pipe, 

Slnha, Monuments, Fountains, 

Tiles, Copln 3 e for Walk 

Filters, etc., etc 

Together with Ransome's celebrated Free-Or 

Grindstones, allot which we guarantee superto 

and at a price far below that of hand-out work. 

soy-The attention of private parties inteodiafi 
build ie respectfully solicited. 
Office. No. IO BUSH STREET. San Pranoleot 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SH01 

ON HAND and made 
to ORDER, 

L. BLAIR'S 

1» Kenrny street. 




B. F. STEKETT. 



PBIKTE 



THOMAS W. BREE, 
SXXjTTZiFt PUATHI 

MANOTAUTUREK I 

— AITO— 
SEP al KER« 




DRUWS, BflHJOS, 

— AND— 
OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 

ESTABLISHED IN 1885. 

■sT'LeeBons given on the Banjo and Dram. * 
MISSION STREET, between First and Seoonc 

K. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for P 
esaionala always on hand. <a!6 1 

WARI 

Declared Against the Whole World s 
the Rest of Mankind. 



PATENT EAGLE BLACKING -WARRA1 
ed superior to any in tbe market. Maoui 
tared by MOORE & 00., No. XIO Leidesd 
street, S. F. Directions for Ute: When found . 
thick, add a little water. Keep the bottle \ 
oorked. Sold by all Grocers, druggist?, etc. d: 



Alfred VetteH 

Manufacturer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGE 

£C5 Dopant, 

NEAH SUTTER STBt 

See my stock of I 
Cagte before purchai . 
e^ewbere. Always so ■ 
tojognow on hand. I' 
Patent Cages, made.' 
Tin Wire, are warrar. 
FREE FROM VERft 
Also, best quality 'I. 
no20 ' 




TRAYS always on hand. 



Meerschaum Pipe Depi 

013 KEARNY STREET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT 
the sbortes notlo.* AllPiDesand 
Cigar Holders warranted genuine, and ^v^ 
to color well. Meerschaum Pippsaud >^^ 
walking Cares Mounted and Repaired ^^— > 
at lowest Eastern Prices, and with thebestw • 
manship. A large aseorinaont of Walking 0. i 
and Fancy Goods of every description slwsnl 
band. no'il ' I 



The Popular Beveraf 

C>ONGRESS WATER FROM THE PACT | 
/ Congress Springs, n«ar Santa Olara. Indo I 
by tbe Medical Faculty its curative powers bl 
equal to the celebrated OonKrets Water from' 
Springs of Saratoga, New Vork. Depot remi I 
from Vi& Kearny street to New Montgomery, i 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. ■ 
eral diaoonnt to the trace, and orders attends > 
promptly. de251 



Philadelphia Restaurai* 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETORji 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED^ 
and most popular Restavrant iu t 
Son bi-anoieco. Th* Tables &re enp- 
plted with Tho b°-.+ in markeL Board, 
by tho wpok. 40S PINE STREET, jnqbj 
Monr.i-OTufirr runrtr 1 



D&ALEK i.^ OVSTERH, L'LA-dS 
cniltll tindf ol SHELL FlMJ. 
Stalls Nos. 4<», 4-1, **, Oahi u 

Market, tntranoe on O-ilifornri * (reet. — 

Public or private parties ud families iup » 
from 6 a.w. to 1'2 P. w. Ladies' and Geutiei • 
Ove*er Hnnm flW" (rum »i.i( tn IV f V isft' 



DR. TV. A. PAYKE. 

THIS OELEBRAfED PHYSICIAN HAS f 
moved hie offlan from the Rus-i Hou'-e i '" 
Flegarit, huito ot Roomp, t*o. 4> O Kearny e >(• 
He telle jour disease without a qoeaiion. I ** 
fail to call. Aii Chronic Dieeasee treated sui ■*• 
faily. dell i__ 

Bar Sugar 

yOB SALE-CIS KKABNY STSEE1 H 
r MBHOEB'S. Alio, ereir kind of Ol l« 
Whnleeale and Retail. 
no7 tf M. A. MEBC1 . 



Indian Queen Rang* 

The Best in the Mai-1 it 

HAKOFAOTDRED BT 

CALEB M. IICSLKB 
oolS tf -tco an. -tea Kfnrn ' 



NEW YORK PR IS 




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ROPOLITAN THEATRE 



i * .») srtiftsl S»wilitB if the Season 

wB^JI • - _______ 

The Yellow Hal! 

The Yellow Hat! 



Twenty Thousand Persons, 

W m mi»» i «aaaaa i 

The Yellow Hat 



NSW ALHASBBA THBATBI. 



I.AMT WKKK OSr I UK 

EMERSON MINSTRELS 

FAREWELL BENEFIT OF THE CREAT EMERSON! 

I » - I R 1 1 — O OP- -TUB RM !!«»•<>.- KI!IP)T»IIUI, 



TMI- EVENINO JANUARY 11 

IT BBT m«IH DOBtW* m WSSI. AID UTIlDtT irTIIIOOl IT 1. 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



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THIS IVCNIKO 



JAWOARY 11 



nataaaa —-««-•• ZEonnectr 

»«« — — raauy MnndovlUo 
• r«iiu o_ 

Mortimer, Park.. DtXM Thnmpaonl 



l'nrl 1 "Ii -i --- I '.iii.ti ittnnaoni it In Maloo. 



ra or jaaan 






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ilWIi 

IMC 

Mill- 

ouaaal 



Wtavierfnl Traaa.ormatlon., 
■arniftrrnt Nrfncrj, 

UatUIinn or Amazon*. 

Brilliant Armor, 
Wonderful Colored Lights, 

SUrtlinfc Mwhaniral Effect*, 
Huperh Variety Entertainment. 

Ennlp*a Tricks and NoTelties, 

...TBI.... 

ACME OF PERFECTION! 

Ta t wbsla fc>*au>« • Ooa.btaaUoa of AUiaatioea 
aerer a .sailed ta any Theatre. 

See It! 



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SIX DAYn U> ADVAKOB. 
— -POSITIVKLV RO rUi U8T. Tint, will b. no nap. 
ate. to ibt. f.i.. 



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Staffs _*_a#r aaa ■ ,> #ar y^naeif anaVtew 

G-oodiDyo, Unole Stove. 

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noain onTT __ . ... 

ran ta aoaaow. »«tai« 
aimm kaoii 
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l*i\rt Hoooml- 



-Ollo. 



BAKER AND FARRON IN THEIR SPECIALTIES 



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ADD RlMAaillllBlT ktAt.n.llV 

aurroa. ROOKAri i.lkr. kohumj.i. suorr. ato. 



THE HEART BOWED DOWN J. C RUSSELL 



THAT RASCAL BILLY. 



.AKD BOCKAFKLLER 



OVERTURE-"*'"..' t>, T..m« B.k.r ORCHESTRA 

To eooclado vlia tbo boiutllnl r.n'.'-nilraic 3p*ct«le, nrrnnffod by BOB HAItT, entitled 

OIRHIUIU Ui BudllOBl.f BOB HART 

IGNaOIO M. AIM8I.EY SO'lTT 1 riKtlRK J. ROH'NSON 

OOL VIVIAN W, V. BAK' K fOMP (HIAS. bU iTON 

UARTUA. bli wiff Ml 3b JKNMK SHEHMAN ! hk.N IIN'EL O. R. RIOUARDS 

SUMIIKK.'. PEASANTS. Ero. 



MONDAY KVENINO, J.tia.rj 20th-Flx.t ApptAmoce of 

JOHNNY ALLEN, MISS ALICE HARRISON, and LITTLE MAC. 
THIS THEATRE DOES NOT ADVERTISE IN THE "CHRONICLE.' 



%r All Bills afrelttst the Alhau-bra Theatre mnst oa presented hereafter on Monday. 
•yPerformanee to commence punctually at eight o'clock. 



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n-n( I^ht* as. Halite , 
FaB«y Daaaa .. 



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AW UNPROTECTED FEMALE. 

S"'*** •»■» Ottte ... B M«fUa,er 
MIAB AOW-m KlffltMDY 

••■« Mm r.aar Maaderllla 



Mr. Hu^h Robinson In His ( hanjjea! 

aa , __/al rr r* C * rl1 -Lydla LlrTustoa 

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O'. Orme«, T»achtr.. 

l'»l«T Bolivsr 

Himna Dip*/ 

Scholar* 



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Before t_Lxo Daavsria ! 

Doooia Marphr .....J ,, _ — _. 

Rr.rrrO'N«ii - J UqkU RobinsoB 

Nora Murphy O. TborapanD 

f^^t'.--- ■ -. •"•• i.jdl* LiTioinioo 

UoroBj Bjrin, a villain of the ds-ppst dya *". Mortimer 

Other oUar.otera by tbe Uumpaoy. 



TMi: MOI)i:l. l.oliUl.NU U«t«i 



PACIFIC HOUSE, 
OLYMPIC HOUSE, 



Car. of < oaaaar relal 
IJeoaadorff ata 
Kearny atr«»M, o*. 
paiaile- lha Flaaa 
RAL.8T01V A OOTKKLL. 



Those 



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Oar OtUDratad ft W Wblta Sblrta. Th«y E t rBiirBOTX,T, and for qaaltiy and dorabillty will aarer Da matcQed. I'o b* bad only at tba 

•V-OAIX AND 8KK THF.Jd. I X X-t II'II'IOK "TORR, flirt Kearny afreet. 



FERNANDEZ & AGUMRE. 

FASHIONAKLrL HATTRRH, So. 11«S 
PUSr Hl'RKEr, oaar Kearoy. A fine 
aaiortmotitof (lata and Oapa oonntanllr on^ _ 
band, aur Mai i made to ordar and renomind ta 
tuc oeauat atyle. oo21lm 



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A PERFECT RUSH 

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Day axx<3. roJiglxt, 

AT THE SBBAT 

IXL Auction Store, 

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A WON DERFUL BUS INESS 

CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

Xa aew oaTrrlns ajrrater Bargaloi thaa have 

ever brea ofertd la Saa Fraaclaco. 

aVlth oar coaaeetlaa In 

New York, Chicago, and St. Lonia, 

Froa which we are dally rrcclvlnn Good* 
boaffht at the lawcat Caah Prices 

zx otjurbnox. 

OUK MOTTO IS TO 

X L and Undersell All 



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JUST RECEIVED, 
i.aao a_ir* cuii.«r. Put. w.,ta as on, to be 

•old .tltlfeO. 
*•• «. ..a Wkll, aklrt., worth ai SO, to bo MM 

at 7fi eento. 
*• e.w. of KHVf V.derclotblDK. AOe to 01 SO. 

Hats. Hats. Hats. 

•Vow a*e. to a* CO, _,i. elaakin froa. a* to S. 

ALIO. All IHH*R8B BTOOK OP 
lOTIOkl, PAaCTT GOOD.. EAOUtH CUT. 

u>T, piraa, siotii, tobacco, 

WATOHB, IlklCI filMBI, 
HOSIER T, 

Trunltat. 33aaa**, *\r*vXla>a>aa. 

AMD in FAOT. *V«aBYTHI2IO, 

From a Needle to an Anchor 

0_1 a_d .Xkala. oar pno.r, ,nd iktlsff yaarMl.oj thu 

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 

IS THE QRIAT 

XX la Auction Store. 



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flȣ QUILTED SIU HITS, WORTH IS, FOR SI SO 



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NONE BUT THE BUT IHIALITV OF HKATS 
UAH BE HAD AT 

Stalls r>, «>. California Market 



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To. mat ELEOANT OUBTOM WORK IN THE OITT 
II «od .X.B1D. food, and arlOM. BEEB8 A .MAVNARD 
IB Kokrav .famot. «o.door_>ntb of Ro*h 



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OBOAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

....OXBOOIiATEB IN .... 

All the Theatres. 
CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

IN THK TKAH. 

eEMBLAlLY THR0D8H0DT THE OITT 
BOATS and OaJECGI 



THE OLD 

Hot SOOtOll, 

IS Morton atrcet, near Kearny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 
Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TO" ANDJERRY III TOWN. 

Always on file the New York Berald, Harpar'a 
Weakly. Frank Laalia'a, Day'a Doin_;», Police Ga- 
r.9tte, all Ltir. Oalfforma papvra, alno London 
I'unch. Bell's lAfe. Illustrated Loudon Naws. Call 
and eat'sfy yoorself. 

a_T Don't forget the algn of the Hot Scotch. 

doTtf OUARLKH ffM. 1'FLPMAN. Prop'r. 

Rum Punch, Hot Scotch, 

....AMD. .. 

T O XVI ant. J -E R K. Y, 

OO TO THE HBAMH 

Hot tScotcli, 

a88 Nutter street, hear Kearny. 

All r>r-inl£s Ten Cents 

HOT tllUWDIK KTKKY NIGHT, 
no!5:tf JOB. D. BRIGGS, Proprietor 

DRESS MAKING. 

MRS. M. P. BISHOP. NO. IS O'FARRELL 
street, Is the p'aoe lor Ladlea and atrangera 
visiting tbe oity to nave tbeir Dreesaa made in 
atyle, and a Derfeai rlt, at a moderate price dei9 

RICHEDA FAMILY 

(Formerly of Chiarina't Royal Italian Cirout) 

WILL GIVE LESSONS ON THE VIOLIN OR 
Gnitar, at r-aidenoaB {if required), or for* 
niah Mnaio for Bella or Partiea, at moderate 
obarges. Residence, 8«« Montgomery street 
corner Jaokeon, hoomKo, 11. »t el21m 

J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN tTJNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreeta. 

B-Terrapln constantly on band. 
bjsten in arerr atyle. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

TWO OF THE LEADING MEMBERS OF 
tbe Theatrical Profeialoa in uallfornla pre- 
poee fornalrjBolaasoa for inatrnation In Elooniioo. 
Persona wishing to avsll themselves of tbe oppor- 



tnnitvaf 



olrtng s -•* f nl art at a moderate east 
loir aaaiss ta "Oasafaat " P. 0. Bax 
tW ta tarsia, eaeV, w4U be 



SQUARZA'B 

Branch Punch Salonn, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Have yon beheld ii? If not, you're a trest 
At 6QDARZVS PUNOH SALOON, In Kearny atreftt : 
There BONA, dlaolple of GBEAT SQDAUZA, 
Dlspentes famed Msgio Punohos; rather 
The most deUolons miztnrea yet recorded; 
And have with many medals beou rewarded! 
Ladies their CORDIALS there can «1d at leisure,— 
Their "TEARS" appease,— and Men gain ''LAJOJISB 

PLEASURE." 
To allay connubial differences and pain, 
In "ANTI.DIVOROE" yon can your end attain . 
Blp of the potent extract but one taste, 
Tour arm, consoling, straight is round her waist 
GneBswhata "MORNING OOUFOUt" in the klsi 
That heals the puarrel and Imparts tbe bliss! 
The "WEL0O-.fi" too, you'll always find 
A balmy soother for the troubled mind. 
The bright "AURORA," and tbe sweet "FAKE WELL. 
Just visit BONA, and you'll all fare welll 
His " HYGIENIC BITTERS" are the panacea 
For All dyspeptics and for dtarrniaa. 
No Cholera Morbus ever has been fonnd 
Where "HYGIENIC BITTERS" knock around. 
BONA and SQUARZA, spite of all detractors, 
Hare proved the Nation's greatest benefactors I 
Full FORTS' dlffjreat hstlthtal drlata you'll dad 
To aid the Man— inflgorete the mind! 
Not this alone— a Welcome yon will meet 
AtBONA'8-fBQUARZA'8)-U7 KBARNX* STREET. 
Remember, too, not this famed plaoe to pass; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT A GLASS, 



THEY HAVE TAKEN 

THE F.RST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics' Fairs. 



ElOn IALI nJIOLBUU ABB XITAIL 

at tko old _uMi-a_M, la* I_taat*a">a 






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FI GAR O- 

THE JOUSHAL OF AMUSEXE1TO. 

Pnbli*bwl er.ry D»y in tn« Twr ^ 
J-. S>. BOaABDUS 

*U Huchut Md 5» W.. UMM «to. 

Below MonKomsu. Su> FnnoUoo. 



FBIDAY. C JASCABI 17, 1«7S 



AMU8EMKNT8, Etc 

Alfaaunbra. 

The drew circle of lbs Albambrawill be severely 
Issled toi- evening, for Billy Kmereon talus his 
benefit. Ki<ht after nigbtthe Albambrsbas feeen 
crswded wiib people, end all. high and low, «DJoy 
Ike original acts of this popular minstrel. To- 
nigbt be. will pretest tost of bis very best sou, 
tad will, by general reqaest, appear as "Tbat Ru- 
csl Bill*. ' Asosxtweek Emerson aad his Min- 
strels will go to delight tile people of tbs interior 
the public had better make tbt most of him dor- 
me tbs short time the; will bare nim. The usual 
maiiuee will be given to-morrow. 
California Thratre. 

To-tight is the last night of "Aladdin," and we 
may be sure that there wilt b* a rush to taks a last 
vitwof this brilliant spectacle. It will be pre- 
■ snted once more at the matinee to-morrow, and 
will than become a ttiog of tbe past. To-morrow 
the esera ot "La Favcriu." with a grand wallet 
will be presented for tbe bsnefii of Madame Fab- 
bri. 
Metropolitan Th^ntre. 

To-nigbt "The Yellow Hit" will be played for 
the benefit ot Miss Blanche Clifton and, in addi- 
tieo to th» introdnoed ptrformences of tbe Bol£- 
Ur Family. Lew Battler, Jake Wallace, Fr.nk 
Hossej.and tbe Little Darlings, will appear in a 
variety olio. Tbe last "Yellow Hat" matinee will 
be gives to-morrow, and on Monday Miss Augusta 
L Dargon will make her appearance- 
Bella Union Theatre. 

Among the attractions for to-night are Mies 
Jennie Worrell and Miss Liilie Ball ia song and 
dance: Oogill and Ooeper in "I'm Going Home:- 
J. H. Laxkic and Carrie Armstrong In Datch obar- 
acteiiaatione; "Dancing for a Wager," by Mi. 6 
Josephine, Johnny Tuers and Tommy Bree ; "Nan 
the Good-for- Nothing," by Mice Jennie Worrell, 
wko introduces her clogs: R. G. Msrsb. Cnarles 
Vernir, jMait Kelly. Charles Oogill asd Fred 
Cooper, and tbe ballet of the "Village Coquette." 
Xn.<* AtJienennu 

A very bright and amusing performance will be 
given at this bouse this evening. Tbe first part 
camlets of popular ballaas, comic songs and amus- 
ing jokes- After this comet a roaring laterlode 
of sangi, acts and dances, and a lively afterpiece 
terminates tbe evening's fan. 
Woodward'* Gardens. 

The famous Bcialay Family in their great Ail 
tijodean Feat (walking tbe osiliogi will appear 
Sstordav, and on Sunday. Giand balloon asceo- 
eion on Sunday afternoon. 

The Hobtictjltcbai. Hall.— Seating — 
Skating assemblies Tuesday afternoon and eve- 
ning. Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thurs- 
day afternoon and evening, and Saturday at ternoon 
acd evening. 

AjiTomcix MrsETTM. — One o! the most 

•ompleie collections of the kind in toe United 
BUt«*. comprising hundreds of costly aad beau- 
tiful wrs models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
ocly> At Jhe Muaeum on Montgomery street- Ad 
:our may be orofltablv roent here. 



Lay sp Tour Treasure In Heaven, 

If the spirit of Edwin Forrest is, in ac- 
cordance with the spiritualistic philosophy, 
still hoveriDg about this sublunary sphere, 
its troubles are not yet over. The telegraph 
briDgs the followicg dispatch, dated Phila- 
delpbi*, January 15th : 

Br the fire this morning, in the residence 
of the lata Edwin Forrest, a portion of bis 
library was destroyed, and near-y all of hia 
valuable Sbakspe*rian collection. The fa- 
mous original copy of Shakspeare was con- 
earned. It was published in 162-3, and was 
valued at $5 000. Tbe fire did not extend 
beyond the library, and tbe Gallery contain- 
ing his pilntiocs and ait collection was not 
injured. Tts fire orieinated from a defect- 
ive due. L:>S3 from $15,000 to $20,000. 

Ia the spiritualistic philosophy there is 
ample provision for a hell, though fire and 
brims '.one do not enter into it. Fauey the 
pain and grief Buffered by a disembodied 
spirit as he sees a collection, in making 
which years of his earthly life were spent, 
destroyed by tbe flames. We can imagine 
Forrest in the spirit hovering around tbat 
house while it was in flames and seeing tbat 
glorious original Shakspeare consumed be- 
fore bis eyes, and be powerless to prevent 
it It must be very hard to see all one's 
carefully laid schemes go wrong as soon as 
one has left the earth. Therefore, perhaps 
the best plan is to care as little as possible 
about anything here, and lay up tretenres 

n heaven. 



Grand Concert and Ball 

Of the eermanls Bldee, at the Horticulture 
Hal], Februtry 2d. The musical portion of the 
•■tsrtalnment will c nslat of glees and ehornees 
by the Swles Singng Club and Prjf. Bperenza'a 
Italian 8lO|in^ Sxleiy. TnlBball will no doubt 
be one of the most ee'.ect and enjoyable of the 
eseson, considering tbe pr.polanty and hlgb 
social ftmding of the ocrpa. Ticket*, aimlt- 
ting gen 1 man and ladies, one dollar. q 

Genuine Havana Cigars. 

Best bran' B at 611 Montgomery street, S, W. 
corner of Merchant, francs- & Qahn. ' ' ^ ' 

To AcTBEfiBta.— For sale at a great sacrifice 
at 38 Geary street, six elegant silk dresses, une- 
qualled for quality and style. 



OPERA SEA.*OK X«7ISANC£S. 



The Boston Saturday Evening Gazette has 
the following concerning the drawbacks 
which prevent the thorough enjoyment of 
an opera season : Now tbat tbe opera sea- 
son is about to begin, we trust Ihtt our mu- 
sical critics have studied their musical dic- 
tionaries thoroughly, s» that they will com- 
mit no errors in writing a boat tbe perform- 
ances. We also trust that no allusions will 
be ma3e to tbe "pizzicato" style of the or- 
chestra, the "sforzando" of tbe tenor, or the 
"beautiful sostenotomethod" of the soprano 
— expressions, doubtless, very weighty and 
discriminating in themselves, but somewhat 
puzzling to the general reader. It also would 
be advisable to disperss with any description 
of extreme pianissimo f s "spoken Bilence," 
or of crescendi as "glcriooB culminations of 
effort." It is also to be hoped tbat refer- 
ences to the "carolling of the lark at early 
morn," "the brilliant outpourings of a 
throbbing soul," and "the sweet whispers 
of eternal beauty," in connection with tbe 
soprano singer*, will be dispensed with. In 
Addition, wf sincerely hope tbst the ubiqui- 
tous individual who haunts concerts and 
operas with a bundle of scores under bis 
arm will restrain his propensity to whistle 
during the performances. There is a being 
whose enthusiasm is such tbat be has been 
beard to whistle in undertone tbe entire 
"Messiah," to On unbcnnded terrorof those 
in his immediate vicinity. £ven fugues fill 
him witb no dismay. He follows the vari- 
ous parls from line to line with his fiDger, 
and whistles them through without wink- 
ing- Chen- ■ trouble him, owing to the im- 
possibility of whistling four parts at once ; 
but a nature so persevering may overcome 
even this cifScclty in time. "VFe happened 
to sit in a seat behind him during the con- 
certs lately given by Theodore Thomas, and 
were highly entertained by the delicacy of 
expression that marked his whistling of tbe 
Andante of Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, 
and the noble vigor with which he rendered 
the storm movement. His ambitious lipe 
took in all tbe instruments, from tbe dram 
to'the picolo. However much we may ad- 
mire tbe rare g-fs of this individual, we 
feel that it will not break oar hearts or in 
anywise mar tbe pleasures we expect to de- 
rive from the operatic performances of the 
coming week, if he should take it into his 
bead to deprive us of any future manifesta- 
tions of bis peculiar genius. He has won 
all the fame possible in his peculiar sphere 
as tbe whistling enthusiast, and be may in 
an unguarded moment sully i's brightness 
if be perseveres in taking so prominent a 
part in musical entertainments. Under the 
circumstances, we again say we trust be will 
refrain, especially as tbere are always a 
number of people in bis vicinage who have 
the bad taste to feel annoyod at hie exqui- 
site and gratuitous addition to the musical 
luxuries set forth in tbe programme. 
♦ - 

The march of improvement has penetra- 
ted to tbe banks of the eld Nilus, and the 
Pyramid of Ghizebis to be transformed into 
a lighthouse. 

An image dealer and a small piece of de- 
ceptive-looking ice furnished Dan bury on 
Monday with a genuine Italian son set. 



Sunny Side, once occupied by President 
Madiion, and since chewed by almost every- 
body; has been sold. 



The rag-pickers of Paris gave a ball 
Christmas week in aid of the distressed and 
patriotic Alsatians. 



A Happy New Tear. 

What a pleasure it is to meet a smiling counte- 
nance, wbetberit be on tbe street or in the par- 
lor. Acd why Is it that some faces wear a contin- 
ually happy look? It is simply because they lire on 
a plain, nutritions and substantial diet That man 
is a public benefactor who will conscientiously 
serve ns with a clean, toothsome and wholesome 
meeL Louis Meyers. pronrietor of the "White 
House." Kearny street, also of the Capitol Bes- 
Unra.Lt. Fourth street does it. as hundreds can 
enthusiastically testily. His kitchens are m&rvelB 
of order and cleanliness. Try him, and yon will 
find it impossible to eat elsewhere. 



Jones & edefcar odor's 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can be obtained only 
at 3SO Euih street, nearly oppes te the Aiham- 
bra Theatre. Bob Hart eats It, and they all 
eat it Only the best brands of Liquors bot- 
tled for family u.-e. q 

Lever Buckle suspender*, 

At SI per pair— 35 per cent, cheaper than else- 
There — at the What Cheer Laundry, x 



Holiday Candies. , 

Fresh, sweet and delicious Candies, of every 
variety, *t M. A. Merck's pioneer confection- 
ery. 57 ; amy t treat. Wholesale ana retsiL s 



Holiday Punches. 

There are no Punches for the Holiday tarlea 
that compare with £quar«a'e. Equuzfc's Punches 
axe faman* for the high ait shown in tbeir man- 
ufacture e happy combination of wholeaome 
tonics, and tbeir delicious flaTor. Bona, the 
disciple of the great Squaiza, has prepared 
forty different kind of punches and cordials for 
the Holiday tables. For sale at the new branch, 
317 Kearny Btreet, or at the OU Headquartere 



Everybody Suited. 

There Is no end to the multitude of fashions 
in hats. At " Thb" Bat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hat stcre below Eearoy). all these 
nrw t tries can be found. The stock is immense 
— the prices are reasocable. Every one who 
goes there Is sure to be suited. a 

Something .New. 

Wm A. Hubbard's manufacture! misses' and 
Infant's garments and ladies underwetrln suit*, 
are famed for tbeir superitrity of mite and tex- 
ture all over the Union. Ur. Oreo. W. Amidon, 
the authorized agent of Mr. Hubbard, has estab- 
lished a depot of these goods at 24$ Second at, 
for wholeEale and retail tride. A liberal dis- 
count to the trade. j 



Av Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring oomforUble lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit tbe Alhambta, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to letthere 
Tne building is a vexv fine one and is well 
lighted ind ventilated. . 



Diamond Catarrh Remedy 

Is a sure cure for Catarrh or Colds, Ask your 
druggist for it, or send to Dr, A. F. Ever, No. 

9 Post street. « 



Sewtef Machlnfi for Sale or to Bent, 

Cheap, at 116 Poet street. Also, Agency for 



THE JCiAX Of DEATH. 

I bieithe in the face of a maiden, 

I kiss tbe to!t month of a role : 
Tet not that I bate them, but love them, 
My blaca wings are spread forth above them, 

And round them my pinions enclose. 
I love them so well tbat they die ; 

Yet my heart with their sorrow Is laden, 
Ana Bad with their cry. 

T- i. 1 cruel my f.-.'e is, and bitter, 
Tnat all things I lore should de:ay ; 

Tnough my fingars fall soft as the blossom 

I pluck and would plase in my bosom, 
The petals drop sadly aw*y ; 

E\en gold in my hand becomeB rust, 
And no gems on my forehead will gllltre, 

Bnt obange into dud. 

Tet, O Love, thou art strong, I am stronger, 
Though thou shouldest strive, I trevall ; 

Toy footstep is n\et, mine is fleeter. 

Thy klBB it ia sw. et, mine is BWieter, 
I whisper the tenderer tale. 

O Love, my dart pierces thy wing, 
Though thy reign may be long, mine Is longer; 

L3, 1 am thy hlogl 

What He Knew About Threshing. 

A young man from an Eastern city, ^who 
has been visiting rural friends in the vicini- 
ty of Titosville, P*., after seeing a farmer 
thresh out a "flooring" of oats the other 
morning, asked and received permission to 
swing the flail a few minutes, upon assur- 
ing tbe agriculturalist tbat he was "psrfect- 
ly familiar with the art oi threshing." 
Expectorating upon his hands, the young 
man went at the oats, butatlhe first pass 
knocked tbe horn off a new iailcb cow tbat 
was leisurely cbewing her cud in a neigh- 
boring stall. The second swing caved in the 
head of the farmer, who thought he was 
safe enough as long aB he roosted on top of 
the fanning mill in the end of the barn, 
bnt without discovering the havoo be was 
making, the city artist kept at his labors ; 
the third blow fell upon tbe oals, the fourth 
killed a setting hen in a manger near by, 
and the fifth pass of tbe deadly weapon w&b 
the best of all, for it came around the young 
man boomerang fashion, and .taking him 
under tbe lower jaw, knocked him down, 
and thus put a stop to the work of slaughter. 
The mere fact that the city "thunder" re- 
turned to consciousness an hour before tbe 
farmer did, allowed the fcrmer to get sev- 
eral milts out of town, before his efforts at 
threshing oats were discovered by hisneigh- 
bors. 

♦ ■ ' ■ 

Live TVeuu 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding is tbe causeof many crimes. Those 
who dine at tbe Pioneer Bestaurant, on Wash- 
ington tree!, at tbe corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live weH, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the public since 
IMS. provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Salmagundi soup* game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. Tbe best cup of tea in the 
elty — English breakfast tea — Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here. a 



8am Moore, 

Formerly of Buss House Carriages, can be 
round In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
ablisbment, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. eg 

The President's Message. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notes of this 
document. Cheapness and dur&blitv are the 
cbaracteristlos of H. Luchslngex's furniture. 
All should visit his emporium, 735 Market 
street, and ascertain hew cheaply a nonce can 

be fornisbeci. n | 

e . 

OLAzavoxAST.— MAdame Clara Antonia, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium. 
h&B removed to 333 Kearny at. OonsultatlenB in 
Sngliah, French and German. x 



Gentlemen, Attention: 

For the most comfortable and luxurious shave 
be £ure and call at O. L. Susand's Palace Shaving 
and Hsirdressing Saloon, 224 Montgomery St., 
opposite Buss House, np-stalri. Only tbe most 
skillful artists employed. b 



SOO JPalx-s ot Socks, 
At all prices, at t he What Cheer Laundry, " 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



ANNIVERSARY BANQUET 

...,Ai"D.„. 

IBA.T-.ILil 

....OP THE.... 

CHEBRA BENIA ISRAEL, 

....AT.... 

HORTICULTURAL HALL, 
....os 

srXDAT JANVABY 19. th. 

•V-BaBqoet at Ir. M. Ball will commence at 
9 o'clock p.m. 

A. LIVINGSTON. President. 
WM. OOLEMAN, Viee-Preeident. 

ADMISSIOX to the Sail 81. OO 

J ja!7td 



POll Taxes 
FOR 1873 

ABB 

IMO^W I3XTE3, 

— ...AND 

Payable at the Axgesaor'a Office, or to 
Deputy. 

LEVI ROSEXEK, An-eieor. 
jal7 lm 



Crystal Sample Room 

535 8ACBAKEMO STREET. 

ALL DRINKS. PLAIN OB FANCY, TEN 
CENTS. **-Hu Drinks a epecialty. 

. jB. MATHKB. 



■ctealtli aula, pleasure. 

Tnere are not too many pleasures 1b San 
Francisco. Nothing is more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into tne coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage oi their own, can find one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
Btreet, carriage* of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. Tne moral of the above is: 
<o to Frank Bouton at the Occidental Hotel 
when you want a carriage. o 



The Cboiceat Confectionery, 

John H. fiomer has just opened a new and 
handsome confectioner/ store at 120 Beamy 
street, where can be obtained superior finely 
flavored confectionery of all kinds. Balls and 
parties suppliied. j 

Washins Returned in One T>ay 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry, 

m 

For a safe and efficient Bea ptip ieb of tee 
Complexion, use Dicees's Famous Cbems de 
Lib. d 

Hats for Holidays, 

" Tbe" Hat Store, 647 Washington street (sec 
ond bat & tore below Kearny) , is the place to ge 
to bny your holiday bats. Finest hats, largest 
assortment and cheapest hat store in the city. 
Remember, No. 647, second hat ttore below 
Kearny, on Washington street. b 



Photoeraplilc Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission 'street. y 



FIGARO 



CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PEOGBAJIME'IN 
ever; Theatre m Bon Francisco, r .- .-'--. ■ 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 
out tbe centre of the city, in all Hotels, Res- 
taurants, Balooni, fiterei and Offioea. 



FIGARO 

JS CIRCULATED EVEBY DAY ON THE 
Oakland terry Boa te to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by thegreat Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS HAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THB 
principal notelB in California, Nevada and 
Oregon— the papers lelt in the theatres at sight 
being gathered np and saved for that purpose, f" 



FIGARO 

!S " HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
in the Theatres, Traveling Conveyances, Hotels, 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CrROTJLATES IN THE BEBT SOOTETY, IS 
placed in the bands of nearly all who come 
to the city to make porchaeeB, and is therefore the 
best of advertising medinms. 



DIVIDEND_NOTICE. 

The German Savings and Loon Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE DE- 
c.artd a dividend of n:n« (9) per cent, per 
anonm on Term Deposits, and seven and one half 
(i%) per cent, per ucnm on Ordinary Deposits 
free of Federaf Tax, for the eix months ending 
P«°"5 Dtr , u > ls7 - > ' Doable on and alter January 
15, 1672. By order. 
„ „ GEORGE LETTF, Seeretarr. 

San Francisco, December 31, 1872. ja3 2w 



E.PARDINI 

N°l?^£ WASHINGTON STB SET. (ABOVE 
the Plaza), San FranoUoo. Boots and Shoes 
itoorder in, the beet French style. The same 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bookseller* and Stationers, 
H, H. Moore, 6W Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Bnalnen College*. 
Heald'a, Bryant ft Stratton's College, 24 Port Si, 

Butchers* 
Katz, Fred, Stall* 94 to 100. California Market. 

Brau Fonnderleaw 
Weed A Kingwell, California, 125 First st> 

French Fancy 6-oeda. 
Loom 4 Co., 19 Montgomery. 107 and 109 Batter. 

Human Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Mnile and Mailcal Instrument*. 
Keens, O. O., mttr. aooordiajia, repairer of all khaSj> 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Muocaronl Mnnafacltxrera. 
Brignardello. Maechiavello A Co., 706 Sansem*. 

Wines and EJqnors, ( Wholesale.) 
Daneri F. A 0„.. 504 Front. 






LARGEST 

PosterPrintingHouse 

On the Pacific Coast. | 
H. P. TAYLOR, 

HAVING DISCONTINUED THE PRINTING ' 
BnEioess at the corner of Sacramento and 
Leidesdorff streets, and 

Remoyed to 532 Clay street* 

Will, in future, conduct the same line of basin -, I 
at the new location, in connection with the office 

B. F. STERETT, 

With whom he has united his stock and bosinei 
thuB making toil 

THE LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED OFFICE 
IN THE STATE, 

And affording unsurpassed facilities for Prtntiaf, 
of every description. Personal attention will be 
Riven to 

SHOW, THEATRICAL, CIRCUS AND CONCERT 
WORK, ETC. 

My Engravers stand at tbe bead of the proles- 
Bion. as samples on the dead- wails of the oitr wiU 
testily. 

A call is solicited from my friends and the pub- 
lic at ni new quarters. 

M. P. TATLOB, 

dellm £88 clay street* 



J§»W «T 



ARION 

■Pianoforte. 



D 



EOLARED BY THE JUDGES AT A LATB 

Fair of the American Institute, after a blind- 

fold trial erainst Steioway's, Ohickering'B. IMI 

others, to be TH> Bn6T ON EXHIBITION. BV 

crBTAZ, Sole Agent, 2o OTarreil ntreet. 

N B. -Pianos of all styles TO BENT. mar' ' 



OUTSIDE LANDS. 



ANT AND ALL PBBSONS THAT HAVE 
made DUPLICATE PAYMENTS on OUT- 
SIDE LAND ASSESSMENTS can have tho 
amount refunded at the office of the undersigned' 
upon the presentation of an order from tt)i 
Mayor and City and County Attorney. 
delBtf A. AUSTIN, 




J* OLE 

DAVE MENOES A CO., at th< 

old original BedLion. 19Gear)' 

street, between Keorny and Dupoot, where yoi 
oanbave HOT AND OOLD DRINKS, not forget' 
ting the old Pioneer Lunch. The "Old BporV* ii 
always on baud. 



To the Dramatic Profession; 

THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO. HAS BEET 
over twelve years oonneoted with the press o 
Melbourne, and i3 well known bv the members 
the profession in the Colonies, begs to iatimafc 
that ne is prepared to give experienced advice t» ■ 
all persons professionally visiting or meditating! 
visit to the Australian Colonies. Fee moderaw 
Punctuality in dispatohlng replies may be reh* 

nP ° n ' WLLLlAJr* HENRY WATERS, 

^Victoria Chambers, *« Collins street. Mafti 
bonrne. Australia. feflfcf I 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 

-t FINELY PUT NISHKB BOOMS, BIN 

■**S gle or in suits, 

Well JLlghted and Ventilated. , 

Unfnrnisned Rooms to let- Lodging vritl 

or witbeut board. ALHAMBRA BUILDING 
Hie Eo*t atrert. noUtt 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FINEST DQAND1 
made at oar Steam Candy Factory daily. Ai 
orders, especially from tbe country, are Eolioit* 
and will be promptly attended to. 

CANTY A WAGNER. 
lOT Monte-omarv «t~ nor.r 8«ft«r 



CENTRAL 

NO. 113 GEARY STREET.* 
Best accommodations for « ^ «tu « 

Families in tbe city. Private »F* TW ' 

entrance forLadten. Hair Cutting, Shaving an- 

Shampooing. Children's Hair neatly out. Ladiw 
Shampooing SO cents. 
i»171m L. OORRIFEAU. ProDrietar. 



MB. AND MRS. DREW'S 

Select Dancing Academ; 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE 

HAYWABDS. 

TOST OAKEti PEOPKIBTO! 

First-Class Eotel 
j,258m 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS' FTJrI 
manic* Goods to be end good and cbeao, a - 
tbe"uLDOORKKB,"J. LEVYVfiloMomgom 

aWUam 




MMTMMEIY S (L f 

HOTEL ™ & 



HOTEL. 



J J) ; FURBISHED ROOMS T 

18 ud 110 per Hoi: 




•*■ m.A«onoo< miDAY. J»m)»RY n. mi 



»"i Ha... 



•*,; 




lETROPOUTAN THEATRE 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



■u» rrni 



a»y n 









nMIM.IMKM i li\ BENEFIT 

Hits BLANCHE CLIFTON 



^^— ^^»^» " ^S^M 



u»«r vm of ras «j*a*p »>up»r uhtuu, 



ALADDIN; OR, THE WONDERFUL LAMP! 



, Wllj 



-»- . |SBMS> 



*&»»: ijwRanler. Frank Hussey. Jake Wallace 

T *HOR, 

DISL.AY FAMILY 



YELLOW HAT! 




Star Premiere Assolufa. BETTY RIGl, ihe Premiere Danseuse. EMILY RIGl, 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



THIl KVCKIHC JVKl'ARV U 

.>il.t,. u - >>€rw To.Mthi. 



Ml-- .TICNNII WOBBBLL 

At HAS Tun '.ml' mr 

m i m m 1.11.1.11: hall 




wtiwwi 
., -1, 

Ch'trt Mi* 

tata ,»e tact 

o.U 



JUKI'Ti.- 



a llit 

__^fc lUnoai curroa 

ra, I* Lm .ad ft 

> *BT ITTntOI 
- I »,»■•• • Aevtaer 

Ill ['SOU IUTH 

Ut'tOwttn ...it Etateade 

mi— ■ 

r» -.»» T' 1 -.' .- 
■ra. u r. B-«ir 

.■a O'in. 
■ -n-ir.oi 

IBm-i O'.uli.Iii 
Par let lb* piece lb, follrrerIB, 
■^■A-H-XHT-S - 3L.IO. 
OaUAa AID ■ItXAl . rilUK II1MH 

CAMILLK. 



£ LANDS- 

mm m: ■ 
1 pimm ■ i 
Bim 111 •>•' 

da it Di oaa> 

[[ |B BrfH W I 
UlllWOfl 



"»•"«•" 



I.ITT1.I DAILIISI 

HORIZONTAL BARS. 

Br lb* 1 "•B0i»i 
llrBOIT AL'ISLAY A.fD JOAQUIN BUISLAY 

BATTED AT trTF.BNOOS. Jen 18- 

Oraml Yrlluiv lint Matinee | 



HOBDAY IVIJim, J ABWlt. Fit.l Ipwui. of 

MI8S AUGUSTA L. DARCON. 



TMK sniaMii ait niitriiTrn »rrmi i.r is a ACTS, i Mini n 

Aladdin; or. The Wonderful Lamp! 

iliclioa or ciiiinm: 

M1KH Miami- MOORE 

W. A. UEBTATEE 



iimiMK 

EAARvtO 

TABJ TOXOIFCI. 

OBAED TIEUU 

an ,. r.n 

anrnni ouou .» 

iilii or tii lamp 

or»i or mi aixn 

puecesb i'idboilbadoub... 
ambit 

EOBTAD 

Ml aTtPIIA 



I M M ■ • It I V I . - 



J. 0. W1LLIAH80H 

WALTER M. LBJUa 

I. N. TBATEI1 

X, 1 BUOU.ET 

a BANBI 

«. PLYMFTOII 

Joan « 

..nw lochia Mtn 
miss minnif. WALTO* 

I11HS 8ARRIE WTATT 

WIH-t M. A. CHAMBEBS 

MBS. C. B. SACHDEB1 



. Mlaleter, of 8tet». G.nl'. Haot.m.n. Ouenl-. AltTi'laBte. Slar... rig. 



Mattniflrtnt Scenery by Porter 1 Startling Illusions! Gorgeous Costumes! 



A.OT PIKST. 
£nrtiAnt«<l Oia-varn. 
Magic f*rl«maktlc' A?VranVmftai 
A.OT SECOND. 

atarllm. Acrobatic Arli br H. rhnron aaa hill 
Ihi'r I hlldrrr. Urand Mallr! nflllTrr Ki»y,, do- ] 
Oa-.r« ,.. ... al.on,: by M'llr. BRTTY RIOI, aatl 
at'll- FMII.V muLMd lnrp< dr Mullet. 



■A.OT THinD. 

I 1'imlr Intlmniriilnl ,1ft, llnii., Iiirnn. I. a Man. 
I ola, M'lla BETTY BIOL and KHILT KIWA.. 

Gran Ballet do Chtnois, 

»y Wile. BETTY aad KHIL.Y RIGL and I or,.. 
do Ilnllel. 

SATURDAY EVENING. Jeou.rj l«tb.- 

iOenent or Mme. Inez r"4a"fc>t>rl. 

LA FAVORITA, Grand Opera by DONIZETTI, will bo klren: WITS BALLET. 



3VE 



MONDAY BVENIKO, JANUARY 201b, First Appearance of— 

johist t. :ir. ay aurora: 

In b cow Comedy, adapted from the Froncb. entitled FORBIDDEN FRUIT. 



PBICES OP ADMISSION. 

■ ••rrrr. ««*i»t»>— Pt-m OireU ■£(< Orobtltrtv SI SO B»t.-oiiy So 

B».frYfd ■«-■!•— 11a loony Tfi Gallery ier. 

DrtM. Cud* AdmlHloo SI OO PriTate Bozos «fl and tflO Or 













...T»»*>f S**m. h 




< •tsjin, <•*>»■• r axlti.MiBi.il) 


'>**ct«l-» 




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■ lrn«lv .ln..t« B 



Dutoh IHiompllllonllouaj 

' II i mkli ..I. Millli: 1I1K' 
COMISIUMtT CH1RLEI VIRNIR 

Jonnie Worrell and Llllie Hall 

,'BI.E BONO AMI) DANUB. 

the ot Hii.~'fS^LOW. 

Mat K*Ur rnrnatr Brae K Marab. 



OOOILI. tit COOPER la 

I'M GOING HOTMI-;. 

Ur'aloal Marlr, eeeipoaad br E Zlaaner.) 



i I » IMS ' OBD .... 

Bonqnet of Songs. 



ED. aiMWiui r 

.MissLtiiirTHaT 



I):ln<-<- r.ri- ii Wl«H-e"r. 

Mlaa Joaaphioa Jrhenr Tiara Tnromr Biae 

Urdlar Orarlara Orobaetra, 



t 



Nan the Good-for-Nothing! 

NA?« MUSR .1RRNIR VTORRKLL 

i In whit h sfaels wtthnatt. rival, Inlrodooioi ber cl 

Tom Ditr'blea, ooe fat her R. ti. Ma-iOi 

HArry i.'olher. tb>- other father Obarles V-reer 

Otjsnoy. AO.rp-nter Mail Kelly 

Yotinn Mr. DlmpMn Obu. t'osill 

Bob FredOoeper 

Overture Orchestra 

New Comlo Ballet by M. Sobmidt, entitled 

The Village Coquette 

LISBTTB AiMK. TBKRB8B 

Ln Pero Thomas R.O Maroh 

Goi*eoi, l-ioUitirT for work Ed. ainn'sRae) 

rRANOOIH, ft farm -ervant MONf. SCHMIDT 

Gl«neases Misses Fillmore, Josephine, Armstroos;, Gerretta 

....nCRIMi THIS PALLET.... 

Chnrncter Dance Mme. Tht*re*«. M. RrhnltH 

Pas, Seal Mme. Thereee 

Finale Bedowss 

By all the Ladies. M. SCHMIDT and MMK. THEKKSK. 
Unexpeoted Tableau Final* 



irioauj; 



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SSK">5r 



fiflfc 



140 Second Street 140 

SWAINS BAKERY, 

lC.talill.lio.l In f5<l 

WE HAVE HO BRANCHES, 

Rzaept at If a 149 Ponrtu rtraet. ajid at 
No. lO] a Stockton atreau 

the »»t uiAi.irv or 

w oddlng Oak.e 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 
IVHl T.VKIKTV OF 

Cake for the Holidays. 

I OK OREAM. I'll KRI.OTTE P.US3K, BI.ANO- 
MANOE. JELLIES, ate,, made to order aad 
af lae bieb aaatariala. 
•aMtlel K. K. <»,1H A CO. 



HAIR. 

THE CHEAPEST PLAOB IN SAN PRANCISOO 
TO BUY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
CoocM, Cheap and Fine 
Jewelry & Fancy Goods, 

IS AT TUB 

NEW YORK 8TORE. 

A. B. SAMPSOlff <CE CO., 

Mo. US flecond street, 
Hwll BWtweet. MlaeJon nnd Minna, 

Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. BBTtOKB. FORMBRLY 
proprtelor *t the Hlntre" R«. 
U-rant, hiiuk'D the BUinmtDt 
•f both the Mioert' RMunreat oa 
OoMsasrcial atreet and the Miners' 



e& 



9^S£°AS?JV,?i rk, V t,t ' t - ,D Pwtttership witn MB, 
A. DR AYF.UR. who has bMss connected with the 
■rxi tor years. ImprovetneaU have been made In 
the eolaine departmente that will render the Mi- 
ners' more popnlar tbaa tt haa ever been darina 
aha 12 years of its prosperity. Our Bills of Kara 
•mbraoe all tbe dsliosoies of the season. Oar 
Motto la "Good Fare, Good Oooklag and Moderate 
Ohartas." 

P. HEIOM A CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

SSI and SS8 Oommaraia), and 
TBO Market atreat. 
Open from 6 a-K. to 10 P.M. an!l lm 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre. 

CHEYENNE. WYOMING. 

THE UsdrrMgNSS Would most bb- 
spaot folly represent to yon and toe pnbllo son 
eraily, that ha ta now prepared to forcisb faoll- 
IWei for exhibitions of eveiy kind and oharacur. 
wbiob shoald daierva tba paironajie of the pab- 
Ito. Be baa treated at Chaynne. Wyoming, A 
I.AROK AND COMMODIOUS HALL, with aoo i 
Scenery and State. Tbo Hall le well ventilated 
aod I inbred, and made com for ah' ■ for all eaaaont 
of the year. TBK BEST OF MUSIC, both Striot 
and Braaa, can be furnished at all times. 

Satisfactory arraaaemeots will he made with 
THKATRIOAL OKOlUBK COMPANIES, eith- 
er for Rentinx of Hall or performances on a per- 
centage of tba receipts. Oarrfttponrloncn poliolted 

Address. J. McDANIEL. 

Lock Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyomiog. 

N. B — Oarionities wanted for the Cheyenne 
Mneeam. Those wishing no gage meets, state low- 
est terms for the Winter Season, annoing photo* 
fraph to 'my address. Half Passage Money re- 
nnded after tilling ensKgnmente, 

JAMHS McDANIEL, 
Proprietor Cbeyecne Tboatre and Mnsenm, 
oci:23m Look BoxNo. 1. Oberenne, W. T. 



CHEYENNE_THEATRE. 
Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIR8T-OLASS PKOPLK.— MU8T HAVE 
good Wardrobe, Four Ladles and two Gen- 
tleman to be good in general bnsine-a for tbe com- 
ing Winter Hea*oo, commenatng tbe first week in 
November, 1873. Address stating lowest terms, 
witb Photograph, Half Kara refunded after till- 
ing engagement, 

JAMEB MoDANIBL, 
Proprietor Oheyenno Theatre and Mnsenm, 
oo£2 Look Box 1, Cheyenne, W. T. 



The Biggest Race Yet—The 
Human Race. 



THE MAJORITY OF THOSE WHO 
reelde In Han Francisco, buy their 
Shlrte and Fa rnl thine; Coeds of HFNk- 
DIOT Sc CO., No. 9 Veeond etr<et, be- 
cnose (hey are always treated well and 
bay their good* at the loweit prices, at 
"THE OLDpTANII." 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTINS COMPANY 

k »»«»aeraaae.to at., eor. LeldeadoraT. 
(Ex eOa* at P.M . s. s. oo. > 

COafjJjUrffME DB. OIVE US A TBIAL: 
•ealll aDdetrpr to Init. ff, weal to «h*r. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

viKamiA onrr. hkvaiia. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN Re- 
decorated, aad can be rented br tbe olgbt or 
b» tbe week. Sure aad traveling oomoenle, 
llberallr treated wltb oo aoalloatlon br letter 
JCH.V PITEB, 
Meaaear aod aole Proorietor. 
Or to S. U. kteCAUE. 
aiarO Waablomoa aereet. Sea Franefane 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE, AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms lO unci 17....CSO Wasningrton street. 




WANTED IMMEDIATELY: 

First-Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Cymnastic Talent 

.,..41,90..., 

■A" w enty aFlrst ijlne Ballet Iiaclles. 

POK SALK EII.II1T SETS OF AMAZON AttlWOKN, COMPLETE, IN" 
Lots to aait purchasers. Knob Bet consists or Solid Silver-Plated Hnlmet, Breastnlate. Lam- 
berkin, Shield, one pur ot Armlet", one pa^r of Bracelet*, one pair of Tights, oce pair ot Tracks, one 
pairof Sandalf.oieTauio, one Soarf.one Uombat Svvord.a d one Spear. A portion i of theSo ArmorB 
are now lobe seen at 'be Metropolitan Tuoatia In the Amauoniao March in "TUB YBLrOW UAl. 
M-Fo.,rle...p,l,u.b.... NHEBIDAN COBBYH * OO 



MORS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WKLL-KNOWIf PIAWIST AND VO- 
oaliit, iiomdi New Courses for Piano and 
singlax by bis sotirely Now aad W impli AM hystem 
-the short est in Briatenoe— r.sding taneio st sight. 
Accompanimantt. Singing for Parlor or Ooncn-tn. 
mi M0D J: Wolowski's rmldtooa, 4SS 5U r Tl'R 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC 

....ajid.... k ^^m 

CHOP HOU8E, 

Hummer street, ofKe.irny .between Pine 
and Calt/orala. 

THB FINEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS served in any 
stylo. Every thing cooked intbo best manner. 
*S> Tba Finest Lkrnors and Cigars. 
*9~ Kletrn.it Bnlte. of Bon ma for X,udlea. 
■S-OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 



no23 lm 



R J. 1BOHAU A P D. 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

M MB PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Parisian Ladies' Underwear. FRENCH 
00RSE rs of all prices aod qualities, ready made 
aod to order. No, SSI Bacramonto Etroet, below 
DO l-3oi 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN ITS HIGHEST PERPEOITON.-RIOHARD 
MULDhH FABBRI, teaober of several cele- 
brated European artistes, late Director of ttie re- 
nowned Conservatory ef Geneva, Mottro dn uhant 
or tie French lumen .1 Academy of Musie, Coo- 
dnotorof the Pbilhnrmonique Sooiety in ParlB, 
*nd at present Ma*ical Oireator of the I'abbri 
Opera, i* pteparcd to give private Iobbods, eir.oer 
at hia office or at the re«i"en.e of »be pupils; 
lik»aisB COURSES OF MNUING, PIANO and 
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. 

For further particular* apply at PRO!'. MUL- 
DEft'Noffite, No. SI POWkLL S TREE r.bstwe-n 
Market and Ellis. AIbo, iettera received and terms 
to be bad at the mastic etore of M. Gray, (.lay St., 
and of Messrs. Sherman A Hyde, corner of Mutter 
and Kearny streets. ia» lm 



WILLIS^BAND. 

MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL 
aooaiions. Masio imported, arranged 
and for sale, 

Fritz Pipe, and Marcus M. Blnm, 

Kacadlns YloIln1< ta. 

■yOrdrrs from the coontry promptly attsndo I 

to Address M. W. WILLIS, Havoc's Mono 

Store, l H8 Montgomery stoaet, or MARCUS M, 

I BLUM. SSS Momgomoi) s'js. t. , 1 MaSi J»6 tf 



GRAND 

Select Bal Masque 

....or TUB.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 

Horticultural H3 &.X1 
....o«\... 

Tflia»DAY EYEXINO......JAN. SSd 

BY SUBSOBfPTION ONLY. 

Tickets SS «a 

■07-Snbeoi iptlon L'^ta nan ba foood with— 
G. M Beir<, Shorlff's Offluc, Uity Hall; 
Mr Brandt, S.W.nor. Washington A Montgomery: 
A. Nummertit'ld. Jr., N.E. oor Foleom A hleaar.: 
W. Cohen, No. K Battery street; 
J. W.tt. No. 110 Third street; 
M. Katzoostein, N ,. hj Second street; 
J. J. LevisoOiN.W. corner Battery aod Sash; 
M. Poinor, Ni ■ and 9 Battery strset; 
Geo. J. Harris. w n Rlop»took A Co., «,I2 Front; 
I'd. Abramson, No. 733 Ciav ntreot. ds30 lw 

Ttckaie of AdmlMlonto Onllary.. .SI OS* 

To be had at any of tbe atn»ve-m.nriAoad pl»ccn. 




Ti 



CLAY Alil~*SX 






DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College «>f Medicine. 

Ill find BEAUTIFUL AND INSTBUOT- 
l.\J* \J\J\J ire obieota to be 8«< n. Open to tba 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUstF.KA HAU 
SIS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLF 

■9-Db. Jobdas's Pbivate OmcE is at Sll 
Geary street (opposite old Meobanius' PavlHon). 



Stage Dancing 

TAUGHT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy, 



desire 



DASHAWAY HALL, 

Post street. Dear Kearor. 



ADOLFHDS STOCKMETES, 
....TBAOHBB OP.... 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

Ball* and Parties attuoded to, ana Hurie fnr 
nished, Reildencf, SOS Eddy street d*si» 



'FI GAR OS 

THE JOURNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Publlebed evary Day in tbe Yew by 
*■■_ 3P. BOG»-A-RI>"CrS 



«3» Merchant and GSS WMhingt«a BU 

Below Montgomery. San FrancUoo. 



FRIDAY JANUARY 17, 1873 



Dear, Dear! 

We find this p ra^raph going the rounds 
of ooondiog country exchanges: 

Woen Mrp. StaotoQ was delivering her 
lecture on "The Coining Girl." in Grey Bay 
the other night, sne told now her father, 
when they werj going over the Highlands, 
ot Scotland together, had a p»ir of bojis 
made for her, aad how she wa'ked therein 
jaat as many miles as he, an I Jait a* well. 
After tbe Uctore a bronzed- laced, furzy in- 
dividual stepped around to lha green room, 
and putting forth a knotted palm, said: 
"An' will ye shek Gain's wi' the maan wha' 
made the booties for ye?" and there he was. 

This is too much. How old, for goodness 
flake, does Mrs. Stanton expect us to believe 
this shoemaker is? If a Scotch shoemaker 
upwards of a hundred and forty years of age 
has been living we should have beard of it 
long a?o and in a different way. Mrs. Stan- 
ton ought to be more careful about the sto- 
ries she telle at her youth. No living char- 
acter can with any degree of safety be in- 
troducd. 

Dull Times. 

The San Francisco papers are ss dull as 
dif oil-water. They are made up of "pad- 
ding." Now is tbe time for correspondents 
to send in their letters. "Constant Sub- 
scriber," "Anxious Mother," "X. Y. Z ( ." 
"One of the Boys," acd all the rest of them 
will bo pretty sore to have tbe satisfaction 
of reading their compositions in print 
Sometimes this supply fills and local re- 
porters have to be detailed to manufacture 
bogus correspondence. The Waverly Place 
Gazette is particularly apt at this business 
— the bogus business, bogus letters, bogus 
extras, in fact anything bogus is in its line. 



xjuSSl 

Some "Queer Dicks" are sometimes to be 
fouDd about the mining camps. The Re- 
veille, of Nevada, tells the following: In 
our District Court, Jndge McKenney ap- 
pointed three Triors to try a jurcr for 
"actual bias." Bam Blifford, our County 
Assessor, was one of the number, and upon 
being notified by the Sheriff came limping 
inlo Court, when the following colloquy oc- 
curred between his Honor and the Poll Tax 
peddler: 

Judge— Mr. Clifford, yon hare been sp- 
pointed one of the Triors in this case; yoa 
will please be sworn, 

Sam. -What are the dutieB of a Trior, 
Judge? 

Judge— To decide whether or not the 
juror challenged is actually biased. 

Sam.— Then, your Honor, I don't think I 
am a competent person, as I am bisssd my- 
self. 

Judge— How is that, Mr. CJifford: are 
your prejudices for or against this defend- 
ant of such a chiractsr that you cannot act 
in a matter of this kind ? 

Sam.— Oh no; I have no prejudices, but I 
am bias ad; I was outbiased. Don'tyousee 
one leg is shorter than tbe other? 

A very uojudicial relaxation of the facial 
muscles was observable in his Honor's coun- 
tenance as he ordered "Old Liropy" to come 
forward and be sworn, which he did amid 
the audible smiles of the members of the 
bar and spectators. 



Careful Tooth. 

Among the papjra of ayouog man who 
was recently married in New Haven was 
found the following ecrap : 

Things to be done this afternoon— be fore 
the weddiug : 

Get some keys to fit valise. 

Engage carriage for train. 

Get license to marry. 

Get shaved and Lair trimmed a little. 

Bew buttons on black breeches, and get a 
pair of suspenders. 

Buy a bottle of pe 1 famery. 

Be sure to wash feat well. 



A bachelor of our acquaiotacca recently 
ordered a pair of flinoel drawers. When 
they oame he found the legs were abbrovi 
ated, that they were fringed around the bot- 
tom, and buttoned at the waist with books 
and eye?. He doesn't like what he calls the 
new fashion in drawers. 



It is said that the prettiest tomb in Pere 
la Chbise is that of Helen Adrianoff, a Rus- 
sian ballet dancer. 

The street cars of Edinburgh are now 
lighted with gas. Wby do we stick to the 
dim kerosene ? 

Jl.ii Old Xj-inuiiiiirli:. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the N. E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping tbe be tt Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc. v 



Still Alive! 

Wh-n looking for Holiday presents, go to the 
New York Fhotogbafh Galixby, No. 25 Third 
street, and eee those beantliul portraits In oil, 
water-colors and India-ink. Ftlces from one* 
third to one-half cheaper than at any other 
first-class gallery In the city. Remember the 
place— B. F. Howland k Co., 25 Third st. p 



McDowell, Sbow Card Writer. 

Heady made and made to order. Koom 10, 
608 Uarket strret, cor. Post and Montgsmory. D 



X>o You Know 

That with Buttzhiox'b Fattzbhs you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly 1 Bend 
postage stamp for an Ulnstratod catalogue. H. 
A. Doming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, Ho. 118 Eearnv street, between Sutter 
end Post. Ban Franoiaoo. 



Max Adeler Content. 

Max says : Gaorge Francis Train, in a 
recent letter, describes himself thus : 

Spo'.less in chara^er and courage, despis- 
ing tbe hypocrisy of the Christian, I wrap 
my pagan cloak around me as the stormy 
petrel of the skeptical ocean. 

We have never saen a stormy petrel wrap 
a psgan clcak around itself, and our dis- 
graceful ignorance of geography makes it 
impossible for us to say whether there is a 
skeptical ocean in,. existence or not. But, if 
it makes George any happier to dress himself 
in aoch olothes, we have no objection, pro- 
vided he will put an anvil or a keg of nails 
in each pocket of bis pagan cloak, and then 
drop overboard into the skeptical ocean. 
We will not insist upon the ocean being 
skeptical. Any ordinary ocean will do, pro- 
vided it is deep and is so arranged that it 
cannot give up its dead previous to the res- 
urrection. We have an obituary of Francis 
whioh we ere very anxious to publish; and 
if he will give U3 a chance early we will 
promise to haad it with our old wood-cut of 
Probst and Lafayette and a simoon in Sa- 
hara, and savers 1 other things. 



A Valuable Patent. 

We rejoice to learn that a man in Illinois 
has invented a sew button-hole. We have 
long felt that a new button-hole was required 
by our advanced civilization, and we are 
proud that American ingenuity has at last 
supplied it. It is interesting to conJEClure 
if the invent 3r simply patsnts the hole by it- 
self. We would like to see him walking down 
to Washington with several hundred button- 
holes loose in his pocket, none of them at- 
tached to clothing, A man might oarry a 
great many of ;them, we should think, and 
a few hundred bung-holes and post-holes 
beside. 

A Nelaon-streat dame ordered a bustle at 
one of our stores, Saturday. In tbe evening 
a clerk wa3 sent to ike house with it. Her 
husband appeared at the door and asked 
his errand. "I have got an attachment fo r 
yonr wife." Eaid the polite youth. This 
was all he said that was intelligible. But 
he is going to learn a trade, now, ss clerking 
is so effeminate. 



The remarks relatives and friends who at. 
tend a funeral make upon the merits of the 
deceased, are frequently instructive. At the 
funeral of an aged r.sident of Slaweons, 
Saturday, a neighbor feelingly observed that 
the departed "wouldn't rare and cosa aboa* 
taxes any more." 



For WaajQ.ixiK 

Shirts, SI GO per doz,; small places, 60c. per 
< a. At the What Cheer Leundry * 



i A Chance for "Philanthropy." 

Unless some kind-hearted lady, with a 
good deal of soc.al influence and nothing 
particular to do, gets up a petition there will 
be a man hanged before long. Donovan 
had bis sentence commuted by our soft- 
hearted ( we don't eay soft-headed) Governor 
because a Ivy got up a petition to that ef- 
fect, now there is a chance for another to 
get up one for Bu^aell. Ru-sell did not 
commit a more cowardly murder than Don- 
ovan, and be bas only had one trial. He 
ought to have at Ua*t two more trials, and 
by that lime be will probably become relig- 
ious and insane, and consequently unfit to 
bang. At any rate, let us have a petition 
got up or there will be an end to murder. 
Nothing would discourage murder so muoh 
ss a banging. 

Leap Year is ended, and once more we 
can look a woman in the face. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Oyater*., 

In strolling round tbe other night, 

To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 

uur careless feet, by chance did stray 

To where a fountain's ceaseless play 

Of waters bright, did make a screen 

Tbrongh which a »weet bonquet was Bees ; 

While mosey stone and pearly shell, 

O'er which the waters softly fell. 

Made that winnow reem to be 

Bome fairy ftrotto of tbe sea. 

"Stop," wid my friend, "let's go in here— 

It looks so nice— and try their cheer.'" 

"All right," I said, '•! must agree 

That this place suite me to a 'T.'*' 

Mo sooner had we found a seat 

Than at our Bide a waiter neat 

Made hiB appearance, asked our wish— 

Said they had almost any dish 

That we mignt name. We found It true. 

And cooked magmficetiBy, too; 

All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 

Cooked every style; just think of that, 

And If yonr mouth don't water, then 

Ton're different from other men. 

They'd olani f and crabs and terrapins ; 

In fact, we found they had within 

That cosy plaoeaB klndsof game. 

Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 

While every dish was, I ana sure, 

Prepared to tempt an epicure. 

The ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem. 

That they have here the best Ice cream; 

Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 

To get what they call "such nice dinners." 

Whoever donbts this let him rush 

To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 

Who goes there once will go again. 

Pacific Oyster Bouse, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night 

CHARLES HAAEE. Proprietor. 



It is Perfectly ABtoniemna; 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
it the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
wfore S aj*. returned the same evening If de 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

r\IVIDBNI> NOTI0E.-SAVINGS AND LOAN 
SOCIETY. No. eiO Clay street.— The Board 
of Directors have this day declared a dividend for 
the six months ending December 3 1st, 1672, of nine 
per cent par annum on all deposits, payable on and 
after the 15tn inst. 

ja 14-2w GYRUS W. OARMANY, Cashier. 



X>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and speclflo practice, and as such is 
now the moat gucceisful of any Physician In 
flan Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors oelow What 
Ohaer House. x 



X>o Wot Buffer irom Corns. 

Tbe unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. R. fl. Cowan's Insti- 
iute, 310 Kearny street, from I to 6 p.zi. We 
apeak from experience, having tested the Doa- 
4er*a capability. References given if requirecL h 



Oyster Trtwle. 

Tbe oyster trade In California la assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Oorville, of the 
B#ddle Beck, 410 Pine otreet, furnishes from 
bis own oyster beds at Ban Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Paeinc Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
ba. .tended all over tbe continent, and * he 
• Saddle Rook" is known everywhere. 



Altojf ether cue Best. 

It is curious, but true, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Thjid, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper ihnn any other 
dealer In this city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. » 



r PRICE 50Cts 

A Safe and speedy Reme- 
dy for all Bronchial Affec- 
tions, Asthma, Colds, 
Coughs, Loss of Voice, 
Bronchitis, Incipient Con- 
sumption, Hoarseness, 
Pain and soreness of the 
Breast, and all Difficulties 
arising from a sudden 
Cold, readily yield to its 
healing powers. Ask for 
the California Hall's Pul- 
monary alsam. Sold by 
all Druggists. 

J. R. GATES & CO., 

PROPRIETORS, 

Corner Saniome aad Commercial sts. 
ja!3 tf 



X>jt. Barlow J. fennta 

Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygeltn Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 H o'clock. 
A part of tbe evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations In regard to health 
to invalids dally, from 9 to * p. m , free. w 



Trie Illustrated Preae (8. F.) 

No. 1, January, 1873. Sold by subscription— 
$1 50 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
numbers, 15 cents. Addrsas Murray, Dewey k 
Co., 8. F. o 



Tlio Best Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per* 
Xy*a Webfoot Pills, for all biBous complaints, 
JT. R. Gates and Co., comer Sanjome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. • 



WlL»t Cheer L/aundry 
Is the best la in dry In Ban Franc tsoo, 



For the Very Best Drlnlts. 

Goto Ya.es' Branch Saloon, owner of Market 
and Third street*. Bo 

Best Quality of X>ofr*KLiri. 
Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 

Cheer Laundr y a 

El *Com Want 

Your Blankets and Flannel s well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Cheer, Laun 
l*T. Z 

Pr«h aund Sweet. 

For the bast confectionery, go to Oantr and 
Warner**. 107 MantgonM-y BU near Batter. ■ 



LEWIS & PANDER, 

JTOVES, RANGES. TINWARE AND 
J all kinda of Conking Ut:iDBi'a. the be*t 
ndob.apes'-. Nn.SV GEARY bTREET, 
betweea Kea ay and JJapont. ja8 3m 



4 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Baa Franclaco Savings TJnlon, 588 Cali- 
fornia atreet, corner of Webb. 

C^OR TRE HALF YEAR ENDING WITH THE 
■ 3*st Decemhpr. lhli, & dividend has been de- 
clared at tbe rate of nine and etx-tenth* (9 6-10) 
nnr cent, per aunarn on T«rm Deposits, and eight 
t Der . CflDt -P*r annum on Ordinary Deposits, free 
?,.jT et|1 ' T ' I0[lD(i » OBit8 ' payable on and after 
13tb January, 1873. By order. 
Q* 31 1" LOVKLL WHITE. Oaabier. 



FREE AND EASY. 

""I "ATITKBAT IISHT. 

Piano and. sm e in B at 8 P.M. 

D. BABKT. Ohtfimu. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

••« Mlulom Mi-eet, near Second. 
°» M J. EAGLES, Proprietor. 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

ASS Sacramento atreet, 

(The Flrat Howe below Kearny atreet,) 

FOB FURNISHING WHITE AND 0HINI8B 
« ., H !'V f a" kinds.- Ganeral Bauneau Ambot: 
Collect R«Bti, Notea and Aooounta; White and 
Obineaa_Laborara sa»piied for Faaarltee, Ho tela. 



A New Departure 



....FOB THE.... 



nxrrEJATV YE^a.: 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
[Life and Times. 



THE ROMANCE AND BEALITY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

nS WILKIE COHIN8. 
nTTHK 

Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By * Todgen," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA, 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charlea Warren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



T -^- B Xj El TAIiK, 

By Olive Harper, la 

The Golden Eva 



TOM ja.. HAYEK'S 

Fenllleton, In) 

The Golden Era. 



ORIGINAL STORIES, POEMS AND 
SKETCHES. FASHION GOSSIP, 
AMUSEMENTS, HTJEKATTrftE 
AND AST, ANSWEKS TO COR- 
RESPONDENTS, ETC. 



THE "GOLDEN ERA" 18 THE OLDEST 
Weekly Paper in tbe State, permanently 
established, and more widely circulated at home 
and abroad than aoy other on the Pacific Ooaet. 
Is California, tbe Atlantic States, and throughout 
the entire field of its (treat and rapidly increasing 
circulation, the "GOLDEN ERA" is universally 
regarded as a literary and family journal of une- 
qualled excellence. 



To Advertisers. 



The "GOLDEN ERA" is a welcome Sunday vis- 
itor In every Home and Household, and ae an 
advertising mediom its advantages most he appa- 
rent to business men. 

TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS, 

The Golden Bra, far One Tear, S3 SO ; 
for BIx Months, SS «0. 

Bnbsoriptions to be pais in advance. 

The Golden Era and Peterson's Ladles* 

National Majrsolne. One Tear, SS. 

■»- THE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADLES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 
Carriers in tbe otty at Ujg oeuts per week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA, single conies, Tea Onts. 
For sale at all News-stands. 

ttaa~, «/ a. *>Qlden 1 



Pacific Stone Company 

THE PiOTFIO STONE COMPANY OA1 
the especial attention of Architects, Eng 
eere, and the publio in general, to the SUPERU 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manuiactoj 
by them in this city under the RanBome Paten 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
Bolldlne; Fronts, Water Pipe, 

Sinks, Monuments, Foantalas, 

Tile*, Coplnss for Wsrt 

Filters, etc., et 

Together with Ransome'e celebrated Free-G 

Grindstones, all of whioh wa guarantee super! 

and at a prioe far below that of hand-cut work. 

S»~The attention of private partieBinteodinti 
build is respectfully solicited. 
Office, No. IS BUSH STREET. San Francis. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SH0II 



ON HAND and m 

to ORDER, 



L. BLAIR? 




B. F. STEKETr 



THOMAS W. BREE, 
SILVEH FZJA.TBI 



> MANDFAUT0KKR 

— AND— 
BEPA1K1.K 



fjQ DRUMS, BANJOS, 

^&^ — AND— 

UTHER MUSICAL I1V8TBTJMEN7 

ESTABLISHED IN 1SSS. 

ssV-Leasons given on the Banjo and Dram. * 
MISSION STRRET, between First and Seoou 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for P 
eesionals slways on hand. ialS \ ■ 



"W\A.jFL! 

Declared Against the Whole "World e 
the Beet of Mankind. 



PATENT EAGLE BLACKING -WARRA* 
ed superior to any in tbe market. Maaui 
tared by MOORE A CO., Bo. KIO Leideed. 
etr-et, 8. F. DireotlooB for Uee: When found i 
thick, add a little water. Keep the bottle i 
oorked. Sold by all Grocers, OroggiBte, etc. d; 




TRAYS alwajs on band. 



Alfred Tette 

Manufacturer and 
Importer of 

BIRD CAGE) 

££5 Sapont, , 
SEAS SUITER STRL 

Gee my stock of f 
Cages before purchwl 
elsewhere. Always SO) 
•'biognew on hand. * 
Patent Cases, made 
Tin Wire, are warran . 
FREE FROM VEBBit' 
Also, best quality Ti 
noM' 



Meerseliauni .Pipe Depi 

643 KEABIVT 8TBEET. 

PIPES HADE TO ORDER AT , 
the sbortes notio? All Pipes and 
Cigar HolderB watianted genuine, and ^w^/ 
to color well. Meerschaum Pipes aad xsi~2 
walking Canes Mounted and Repaired ^— - ■ 
at lowest Eastern Prices, and wiih tbe best wf ■ 
manehip. A large assortment of Walking Ot i 
and Fancy Goods of every description alwayi i 
hand. no21 1 1 



The Popular Beverag* 



Co 
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ONGRESS WATER FROM THE PAOI1 ' 

Oongrees Springs, near Santa Olara. Indor 
by tbe Medical Faculty its curative powers be 
equal to the celebrated Congress Water from > 
Springs of Saratoga, New York. Depot remo 
from 128 Kearny street to New Montgomery, i 
door from Howard. Families supplied dally. I ■ 
eral disoount to the trace, and orders attended) 
promptly. de251 ] 
f- 

Philadelphia Kestaurar 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR, . 



and most popular Restaurant In 1 
Ban Francisco. The Tables are eun- 1 
plied with the bwt in market. Board- 
by the week. *OS PINE STREET, justa I 
Monttromerv. mar2ft . 



J 2at 

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GEORGS MATSS 1 ; 

DEALER IN OYSTFRR, QLAMS 
andall kindc of SHELL FISH,i 
StallsNos. AO, il, *«, Oaltfomla* r 

Market, cntr&nce on OalIf<Jrn;i etroet- ' — 

Public or private partioa uil famitiea snpt i 
from 6 a.m. to 12 P. M. Liadies' and Gentlers • 
Ovs*er Roorr" ODe*> 'toot (■ ».m r«v.'pw i«27 



DR. "W. A. PAYNE. 

THIS CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN HAS - 
moved his officii from tbe Ruei Hoaee to 1 
Elegant, buite ot Roomp, Ho. **0 Eearny et » 
He tells jour disease witnouta question, D< '* 
fail to call. All Chronic DiBenBea treated snot <■ 
fully. del9 



Bar Sugar 

POR 8ALB-619 KEABNV 8T6EET, I 
J MEROKR'8. Alio, every kind of Otn . 
Wholesale and Retail. 
noTlf M. A. 1IEBCH 



Indian Queen Rang. 

The Best in tbe Mark t 

MAJSFFAOTUBED BY 

CALEB SI. SIOKX.HB, 
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CLASSES INJLOCUTION. 

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There BONA, dleoiple of GREAT 8QUAUZA, 
Dispenses fumed Magio Puoohes; rather 
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Have proved the Nation's greatest benefactors! 
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To aid the MAa ---Invigorate the mind! 
Not this alone— a Welcome you will meet 
At BONA'S-iSQUARZA'S) -317 KEABNY STREET. 
Remember, too, not this famed place to pass; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT A GLASS. 



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BATUBDAY JANUARY 18, 1«3 



AMUSEMENTS* Etc 

Califobxia Theatbe.— To-night a com- 

pllmootary beDefll tendered by John MoOullough 
to Madam* Fabbri will tak* place, sod the opera 
of "L» Fivorita" will b« performed. Madame 
Fabbri will appear in the role of Leooore di Gos- 
mio: Pietro Baooet, as Feroandoo; Jacob Mailer 
as AlfODto XI., Mi«« Aoole Klzer u Idik, Mooi. 
Oharles as Don Gaapare, and Falvio Rigo as ilal- 
dasaar*. Toe ballet coder the direction of M'ilea 
Bmlly aod Beuy RIgl will appear In tbe firat and 
■eooodaote, and will add much to tbe atractloni 
of tbe opera, boats osa bo reserved to-day at tbe 
box-offloesfterS a. u. On Monday avaciog John 
T. Raymond, wbo iaan imtnooio favorlto nltbtbe 
S»d 1'riDo tco piblic, will make bn reappearance 
■ttbeOsllforoiiiTbeatre Id tho drama of "Forbid- 
den Fruit, adapted Iroro tn* Frenob by Obarles 
Horseman and W.J. Florence. Mr. Raymond may 
confidently look forward to a perfect oiauoo on 
Mood* j eveninf. 

Ajlhaubba Theatbe. —Long before eight 

o'clock Isat night when, Billy Kmer-oa took bis 
benefit, thle theatre was thronged in *v«rs part 
Everything tbe atar of the evening did or raid 
was applauded to ttie ecbt, the audience teeming 
determined to prove to blm bow much tber appre- 
ciated bis talents and hoir eorry tbey were to lose 
bim even for a short period. The excellent bill 
which afforded ao mncu pleasure oo thie occasion 
will be performed at tbo m.tiooe to day, this 
evaning, and to-worrow nght for the last time. 
Then exoont fcmerejn and bis minsirtle furs 
time, and enter Johnny Allen, tbe most amusing 
of Datoh aotors, tbe faaciDa'iog Miss Alice liar- 
rlion, danaeuse and vocalist, and Little' Mao, tbe 
funniest little mortal wbo ever appeared on any 
stage. He is as full of fun as'he can bold; if be 
wero bigger he might bold more, bat we doubt it, 
"fiobneldei" will be the play. 

Mjjtbopoiitan Tiieatbe.— Mibb Blanche 
Ollfton bad a good house for her baeefit last ntgbt 
sod the performance gave general satisfaction 
Tbe volunteer* for tho occasion received a kindly 
greeting at the bands of the audience sod acquit- 
ted tbe-.. salvos wail in their various aso rallies. 
At tbe matinee to-day "The Yellow Hat" will be 
presented wiib tho Baialay Family in sat olio of 
gymnastic performances. It will be performed 
again to-night, and to-morrow eight for the last 
time. Oo Monday Mies Augusta L. Dargon, con- 
cerning whose talent and personal magnetism we 
bare read much io the bontbern newspapers, will 
commence an engage men', at this house, appearing 
in the powerful drama of "Oamille." 

Bella Union Theatbe. — The perform- 
ance given at this house is of so varied a charac- 
ter that all l Sites are suited, and everyone can 
enjoy sa overling here. Miss Jenny Woirell and 
Miss Litlie Hall are prime favorites with tbe audi- 
ence, and by their archness and vivacity, charm 
•vers one. Oogill aod Cooper are great in eoog and 
dsnoe; J. H. Larkio and Oarrie Armstrong shine 
io Dutch character acta; Johnny Toers ia tbe 
most original sod smbstng of contraband* ; Chan. 
Veroei'e comio songs are very popular, and the 
oompaoy as at present constituted is a very good 
Oae. A new bill will be presented to-night, ter- 
minating with tbe very popular ballet of "Return 
to the Village." 

Atheneuil— The bill for to-night is an ex- 
cellent one, as may be seen by referring to our first 
page. It comprises a good first part; atjoavatina 
by Hiss Agnes Kennedy; sketohes by Mortimer 
Hogh Robinson ia changes ; tbe farce of "School'' 
tbe sketch entitled "Before the Dawn, ' and other 
pleating fwatnres. 

Miss Maby W ads wobth.— Thie oharming 

vocalist, who baa appeared wi h snch success io 
opera on several occasion;, wlH ia tbe oonrae of a 
week or ten days give a concert. Tbe pnblic, we 
are ears, will ebow their appreciation of Mies 
Wadsworth's talent by making it a snocess. 

Woodward's Qabdens— Immense Rbbh — 

Thelfiimoos .Bui-ilty Family ia t > :i t An- 

tlpodem Feat (walklcu i PP«a r 

Saturday, andonSonior. U and balloon ascen- 
sion on Snnda; af ternooo. 

The Hobticdltubal Hall.— Skating— 

Skating assemblies Tnesday afternoon and eve- 
ning, Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thurs- 
day afternoon aod evening, and Saturday afternoon 
acd evening. 

Item.— "Yankee Eobinson" is to open a 
starring season at tbe Salt Lake CityTheatre.JFeb- 
raary 3d. 

AflATOttjaAL Museum.— One of the most 

■omplets collections of the kind in tbe United 
BUtss. comprising Hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wsx models. It daily on view (to gentlemen 

only) »l .'.he iiDeeom on Montgomery street. An 
boar may be profitably spent here. 



The Choicest Conxeetlonery. 

John H. Romer has Just opened a new and 
handsome confectionery Btcro at 126 Kearny 
street, where can be obteltol superior finely 
flavored confectionery of all kinde. BallB and 
parties buppliied. j 



Grand Concert and Ball 

Of the Hermann Ria a. at the Hor trctjltnx 
HsJJ, Febm. ry 2d. Tbe mu-leal porllon of the 
entertainment will c nelit of glees and choruses 
by the Swles Sing ng Olub and Pr,f. SperaDza'a 
IUllao Singing Sjcle-y. Toi B bail will no doubt 
be one or the most eelect and enjoyable of the 
BeaBon, considering the p puianty and high 
social etinding of the oorpe. Tickets, admit. 
ting genii: man and ladles, cno dollar. a 



JS.en.ltli ana pleasure, 

Tnere are not too many pleasures la San 
Francisco. Nothing la more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into tne coun- 
try now and then. Those vfho cannot afford to 
keep carriage of their own, can find one 
equa- ji elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage etand. Frank Bon- 
ton bae there, and at his stable* 1016 Stockton 
"treat, carriages of every description, ma 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
toe mod -rate. The moral of the above m : 
<roto Frank Ronton as the occidental Hotel 
■/hen you want a carnage. 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Oaklaicd,— Tbe Torchlight of Wednesday last 
has tbe following: 

The famous Wallace A Newcomb Minstrels make 
their debut before an uakland audlenee to-olgbt 
at tbe Academy of Music This ia notao amateur 
troupe, bnt a company of profession <l Ethiopian 
detioeaton. and every member of tbe company is 
first-class. Tbey will remain wt'h ue for three 
months, exhibiting every Wednesday •vooior. 
We bespeak for tnis excellent treupe a moceisfal 
season at Oakland. Let their introduction to- 
night be greetoa by a crowded bouse. 

Eypinr, Nev.— Metropolitan Minstrels per- 
formed bare oo the 14th. 

Dat ton. Net. -Metropolitan Minstrels on 13th. 

Cabsoh. — Metropolitan Minstrels performed at 
tbe theatre on the lath. 

PaCBameKTo.— Miss Fanny Maraton with a con- 
cert troupe and orchestra, underthe direction of 
George T Bvanf, gavo concerts at tbe Metropoli- 
tan Tbeatro on Tnesday, Wedneiday and Thonday 
evenings. On Mooday evening, tbe great Emer- 
eoi Minstrels, comprising Billy Emerson, Add 
Ryman, J. G. Rnsiell, Win. F. Baker, M. A. Scott, 
6am Rickey, Obarles Satton. G. W. Rockefeller, 
aod Beoj, Clarke, will commence a season of one 
or two weeks. If tbe Sagaamento people do not 
crowd the theatre ; every night during tbe stay 
of tbls eombiDatlon tbey should be without 
amusement for a long time to come. 

POBTLAND — On the 10th Mi-b Kate Denis took 
her farewell benefit. "School" was underlined 

Salt Lake. —The engagement of Johnny Allen, 
Mlus Alice Harrison and Little Mac drew immense 
audience?. The Salt Lake papers speak in tbe 
highest terms of each of the talented trio of ar- 
t's es. Tbey closed tbeir engagement on the 17th. 
Tbe Footlights of the ldtb sajs: 

A company of ladies aod gentleman from tbe 
Salt Lak» Tseatr« left this morning for ogden. 
The company oon"ist« of Messrs. Mar get s, Gra- 
ham, Daene, Thompson, Bird, Bo wring, Mrs. 
Sowring and Oar io bimons. 

i-an Jose —On Wednesday evening Mies Hoffman 
and Emll Gramm gave a concert at Gar mania Hall 
aad drew a good audience. Next week "The Tel- 
low Hat," with all the original scenery from the 
Metropolitan Theatre, in this city, and a atrong 
C»t will be prodnoedat the Open House. 



Sewingr Machines for Sale or to Rent, 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

In New York, Mons. Gabe', lately of the Aimee 
Opera Bonffo Oompaoy. icado his brat appearance 
at Niblo's Garden on Deo. !0tb, and continued 
during tbe we»k. In conjunction with M. W 
Lefflngwell, who was most comically made up, be 
sang the gen d'armes duet from "Genevieve de 
Brabant," io which he Qrst made a hit in this 
coin try. '"Leo and Lotos" has attracted large 

audiences At Tony Pas or'a, the attraction 

was anew play, called "A Miner's Life," by Mr 

C, F. Seabsrt At the Olympic Theatre, tbe' 

season of French opera bonffo closed on the 11th 
On the 13th, "The Albambra," a fairy speotacular 
piece fonnded ou Washington Irviog's "Legend 
of the Three Boautifnl Princesses,'' was produced 
with much beaotifnl soeaery, uew music, etc* 
Tbe dramatic company is as follows: Noil War- 
ner, H.f. Lee, Obarles MoManue, the only Leon, 
wbo will make bis debat on tbe dramatio Btage; 
Edwin Kelly, wbo also make his dejrfit; Harry 
Hotto, Dunbar, Oatbcart, the Misses Pauline 
Markbara, Olive Oritz, Jennie Satterlee, and Lau- 
ra Fay. Daring the burlesque varied spaolaltie 
will be introduced, performed by the Marten Fam~ 
ilj , wbo will revive tbe cat daet, the Laari panto- 
mime troure, oonnistlng of Jchn, Obarler, Henry 
and Louise Lanri; Ooartwrisbb and Gilbert, char- 
acter sensation artiste; Kelly and Leon; Morris 
in his mystic ohsnges, aod Dr. Kelleya glee quin- 
tette; 

Mohammed El Hazzarl (the left-handed), a 
Moorish king of Gr-nnd.-, had three beautiful 
daughters, Loooerning whom, at tbeir birth, his 
aitrologer bad foretold tb-a tbeir lives would pro- 
gress unmQlsd and happily until tbey should ar- 
rive at a marriageable aue; at that time the king 
was advised to eierci-o over them unusual care 
and guardlausblo, elnce tae stars elgnitled that 
tbey would then fall io love with three uhriBt-an 
knlghffl, with whom they would elope from their 
parental home. Tbe king, when the time drew 
niith which bad been signified by the astrologer, 
had bis daughters, Ztyds, Zorayda and Zorabayda, 
immured tn a Moorish castle, whence they were 
not even permitted to emerge into tbe open air. 
lest they should by some untoward aeoideot folhl 
the propbetio words of the astrologer. But alas 
for human precautions !-un oae oorailon, when 
the kine returned from tbe ware, laden with spoil 
and accompanied by thiet Christian knighls. pris- 
oners whom be bad oaptured. tbe latter were ac- 
cidentally sesa by the fair oritioecBes. »od a case 
of lov- at eight oo b-it-h sides wai tbe result, 1 ho 
tnren kn-gbts, being pot to laborer's work in tbe 
IciDg s girden, the ptincpsso', through the aid of 
the major domo of the household, Hussein Babo, 
ani tt Mir m<id, Kadigs, succeeded in opening 
c mmuoication wiih the Christians, and even In 
procuring them admission to the palace by meauB 
of a etratagem. But, unfortunately for ■ heirjlja 
there wa- a .dicovery, and the kuigbtB .dutff y 
eicAped being bowatrung, when i j , t_icg- f 
time a successful escape was plan i . ly ■ a 

Babt.aodthe knights and thaprin; \ caoed 
together. 

At tbe Union Square Theatre, John Brougham's 
long-promieed play of "Atherly OourL" was pro- 
duced en the Gth, for tbe first time on any stage. 
Tbe N. Y. Herald of tbe following day dismisses 
It In the following paragraph : 

The production of Mr. John Ureas, ham's latest 
play, "Atherly Ooart," at the Union Square Ths- 
alre lost ntgbt was not a successes a mere piece 
of pliywrltinir. Fonnded od F. W. Robinson's 
^Bridge of Glass," It is heavier even than the 
It islaoLiDgin all the lighter Bbadesand 
" iake life lovable, and drags beav>ly 
'- kitchen and in the drafting 



tin's which __, 

in Farmer Grace'- . 

room of Atterly Court. 

Tho sufferers bv the fire at Baroum's Museum 
bad a benefit at the Academy of Music on the 9th. 

The local eenBation drama entitled "Crime" 

was revived at tbe Bowery Theatre on the 6th. 

BeaumontBeed, O. J. Fredericks, Johnson 

and Powers, Bong and dance men, and others with 
Wambold, Biroh and Backus, give a good enter- 
tainment at the St. James' Theatre The 

Ban Francisco Minstrels keep up their good 

nani8 At the Grand Opera House, tbe loBt 

alebts of "Round tbe Clock* were announced. 
"The Oataraot of (be Ganges" was to succeed it. 

TbeDlspatch of the 5th saya: "Mr. Edwin 

Booth returned to his own theatre on Monday 
evening, after an absence of more Ibau seven 
months, and was greeted by one of the largest 
audiences ever witnessed In that bouse. His re- 
ception was, therefore, a most ecthasiastlo and 
flattering o-e. "The play chosen for tbe occasion 
was "Riohard III, - ' Oolley Gibber's versiou, and 
Mr. Bootb of oourse, assumed the role of the 
hurop-backed tyrant. We have always looked 
upon it as one of bis very best impersonations, 
and bis performance on this occasion confirmed n- 
In our opinion. He has evidently made a pet 
study of the character, and it is question if a bet- 
ter Riohard wll ever again be seen. HiB concep- 
tion of the character is, in many respects original 
and his readings, Id several Instance*, throw an 
entirely new light on many of even the beit- 
knowo passages. He contrives, too, at times, to 
throw a shade of grim humor into tbe part, whioh 
fully demonstrates bis possession of great comedy 
as well as tragedy powers. Mr.F.O. Bangs again 
appeared as Richmond, and gave a very Batisfae 
tory rendering of that character." The aame 
paper eaji that the company with a very few ex- 
ceptions is a wretohtd one At Wailacke, 

"Brother Sam" Is still running Bryant's 

Minstrels ars still pre B enUng "Round the Blook." 

According to the newspapers somebody went 
through P. T. Barnum recently, while on the ears 
near Louisville*. Ky„ U d relieved the great show, 
man of a diamond pin rained at «500,end some 
$300 io cash. Evidently Mr. Barnum has become a 
victim of evil circumstances. 

TbeOIipDer s»ys that Pete Oonklin goes back 



"Young America," who was for a long time con- 
nected with tbe Bella Union Theatre, in tbieolty, 
and left with the Heraandez Troupe, was married 
in good style as may be seen from tbe following 
account: 

John Hazlcn. pantomlmist and trapeze per 
former, professionally knowo as Yonog America, 
and a member of the Heroa-det Pantomime 
Troup*, at present travelling with tbe "black 
Oro»k" oompaoy, was married on the svenlog of 
Deo. 31»t upon the stage of the Upera House, 
Qotnov,.l)l„ to M'Ho Hulda Morita, one of the 
corypheoe of that oontpao*. At the end of tbo 
tmnatortnailon »ceneand just before tbe red lire 
was lighted to i'lumlnate tbe pictuie, the parties 
named were discovered olad in bridal attire. Mr 
Thomas B. McDonougb, If d the < -xpecant bride 
to tbe Kootllghta, where tbey were married by 
Jud.it Oilbort ( ln the presence of the audienoe. 
After the conclusion of tbe performances tbe 
newly- married pair entertained tbe members of 
tbe company, and the festivities were continued 
until a late hour. This, we believe, Ib the first 
Instance of tbe marriage cerrmony being solem- 
nized during a theatrical performance. 

Edgar Stanley advertises io the Clipper for a 
lady to sing duete with htm. 

Mrs. Ubai. Moulton has been quite il', and ia 
consequence has been unable to fnltlll her engage- 
ments la Boston. 

Adelaide Phllllpps wHI ehortly start on an ex- 
tended professional toor through tbe WeBfc. 

Tbe reappearance of Dick Carroll and hie three 
taleotedsocs— Master Eddie, Little Dick, and tbe 
General— at the Globe Theatre, Chicago. ;ll!., on 
Deo. 30th, was the signal for a full bouse. Every 
act, long and dance was received with vooiferone 
applause, which tne boys so well merited. Other 
prominent features consisted of Bobby Newcomb s 
songs and dsnoes, Katie WilB&n'e pas Bbul and 
Dora Dawaon's double voiced vocallBmB. 

El Nino Eddie. Minnie and M.-.ggie Oiaire. Hugh 
Haggerty and Geo. W. Herman were tbe latest 
arrivals at tbe Varieties Theatro. Pittsburg. 

A benefit performance in aid of the widow and 
ohildren of the late Robert Craig was given at tbe 
Academy of Music, Pbiladelptia, on tbe atb, and 
the receipts were, over two thousand dollars. A 
bentht for the flame purpose wob given at tbe 
Globe Theatre, Boston, on Friday, when all tbe 
lights of the Boaton stage appeared. 

Mr. Augnstln Daly ie eaid to have had a new 
play and a new phrase in readiness. One is Alixt, 
tbe other is "singular emotional power." They 
are worth very little, however, now tbe Fifth 
Avenue Iheatre is burned down. 

In a rnral critioism'of Miss Jane Coombs, ae 
Lady Teazle, we find tbe following remarkable 
statements : "When discovered by her husband 
in Joseph's room, however, she telle her tale in 
tbe thnl ing tragic voice, as if it were Anna Dick- 
inson in a pathetic part of her lecture. It 'is not 
tbe tone customary on such occasions. But then 
Mi--s Coombs never having been caught in such 
a pickle as Lady Teazle was, cannot be expected 
know how to act naturally, just here." 

Mr. Jefferson reappeared on tbe sta;e Mow 
Year's evening in Baltimore, and received an len- 
thnsiaBtioand affsotionate greeting. Mr. Jefier- 
eoc ia engaged to pliy at Booth's Theatre, New 
York, in August. 

Miss Rose Hersee is eaid to be organizing on 
English opera troupe, and .has opened negotia- 
tions with Mz. Aynsley Cook, and ether English 
artiBts. 

Mr. W. J. Florence was to begin an engagement 
at the Globe Theatre, Boston, oo January iith. 
He will be lollowed by Miss Agues Ethel, ou Jan- 
uary 27 h. 

John E. Taylor and Harry Oauslaud, at the 

conclusion of their engagement at tbe Boston 

Theatre, go to Chicago, and thence to California 

Tbe Boston Saturday Evening Gazette of the 

4th Bays : 

An important meeting of theatrical managers 
was hi Id on Mooday at Waliack'a Theatre, Taere 
were present kieosre, Jarrett, Bootb, Daly, George 
Wood. Lester Wallack, Shook, Feo titer, Hender- 
son, and Freligb. It was unanimously agreed 
upon to diepense, after a specif! -d date, with all 
bill-boaroa and billpoeting of every description. 
The preliminary object tof this movement is to 
atop tbe great drain upon theatres for free ad- 
mtssiou by the prooiietors of boaBea, stores, etc., 
in front of which bill-boards are placed. One 
theatre alone issues l,V00 : passeB!montbly for the 
privilege of having 3uU bill-boards io different 
parts of the city. It wlll;Iikewise proveagreat 
saving to tbe managers in |pnnt»rVink, as it has 
become a custom to have tbe "three-sheet bills" 
very elaborate and richly illuminated. 

The Eastern papers generally take Bides against 
tbe bill-posters, but there is another Bide to the 
question which FigaBO may. perhaps, by-acd-by 
explain. 

Tbe Philadelphia North American, speaking af 
the failure of the engagement of the Bouoioaults 
in that city, says; "Dnqueetioaably the main 
reason for this has been correatly sBoribed to the 
fact that there was nothing in their oerformaoce; 
'Arrah na Pogue" and "The Colleen fiawa" being 
a little Btale. If Mr Boncicanlt bad seen fit to 
play a round of characters onfamili ft "•ygoers 
here, curiosity would have drawn crowds. Nor 
are we at all certain that the comparative failure 
of bis engagement here Is not measurably to be 
traced to his violent exhibitions of antipathy to 
this country during the war. Loyal people cannot 
forget that while we were strugglicg for life the 
flagstaff of Mr. Bouoieault'e London Theatre 
floated the Confederate Stars and Bars, 

Lawrence Barrett was to perform at Montgomery, 
Ala., Jan 10th'. 

The bale of cotton which was presented to Mibb 
Lydia Thompson some months since at Savannah, 
Go., and which has since accompanied her troupe 
in tbeir travels throughout the country, 
was Boldbypublio auotion in St. Lonis, Mo., 
on Januarj 3d, and realized the sum of }8)0, which 
was handed over to the city officials to be devoted 
to charitable purposes. 
Tbe Boston Courier Bays: 

"Pygmalion and Galatea.'bas continued to de- 
light oaliivated and appreciative audiencea at tbe 
Globe, and has demonstrated ibat the senBaiional 
element in extravaga-.za, spectacle ahd play haB 
not entirely vitiated public taste, and that there 
Btill remains a love for the purer and more eleva- 
ting forms of dramatic composition. But in- 
tou ely bb we may have enjoyed the presetatioa 
of this play at the Globe, we must potest against 
tbe absurd anti-climax occasioned by tho reap- 
pearance of the atstneof Galaiea alter it is sup- 
posed to have dissolved into thin air forever. It 
Ib true the aociences demanded vociferously its 
reeol difloation, bat, we, no donbt, in common with 
many others, went ho^.e thinking that tbe do- 
mestic peace of Pygmalion and Oynisca must, have 
heen oonstani ly shattered if Galatea had the power 
of goiDg_on in this w>y forever. 

This piece, with Its strange effeots, will be pro- 
duced at the California Theatre during the en- 
gagement of John T. Raymond The eame paper 
gives tbe following a :count of the holiday amuse- 
ments at the Boston Theatre: 



>, The .ever- are en Streets of New York" (oot a 
bad 'djecuve for tbe holiday) has once more 
spread us enow storm, its fireacen* and m moving 
'o: pi flood and field, but by eidewa k 



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T,« *<p«i"iT~ b - or «* D ""taiott'r indolnenr. pub- 
lic Toe biegriBt Pamilj, the Arabe, Harry Blood- 
g"od.aodatroopofver>int-liigentc f nin*Bwnioh 
almoitmake one have faith in the Pythagorean 
theory, have relieved tbe tedium which ihe well- 
«««! t . '.»>• dramatist aod tbe equally back- 
?™„ Interp-iatiosBOl the player* have created 
i« DK ^ X "w 1 tb W*ra7° ,rt - Mr. AHrich has 
T^R.y e l ' n "» cl ercf the eoceotrio vagabond, 
Tom Badger, but be nas hardly met with the euc- 

udHr i ! h. lW . lld H a i U . Pf"«'«lon ' y Mr. Mayo 
and Mr. 1 horee. He failed to (rrasp the exuberant 
humor of tbe part, and the effort lacked sponta- 

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_ FOREIGN DRAMATIC HEWS. 

An exohange says: 

Tbe draaa of "Cromwell," by Colonel A. B 
Richard", which fa to counteract the influence of 
Mr. v, ill's "Char-lee th* First," is ready for pro- 
duction at the Queen's Theatre, Lotden. It ia in 
the modern form of a prologue and four acts, tbe 
prologue repre'enting the first promptings of pat- 
riotic resistance at Cromwell's residence at St, 
Ives. The character and eentiments of this pro- 
duction may in some degree be judged by the fact 
tbat it has received tbe approbation of Mr. Thoma 
Oarlyie. Mr. George Biguold will represent the 
Protector. 

We are not going to form any opinion about the 
obaraoter of lbs Protector until Col. TV. H. L 
Barnes' drama of "Cromwell," whioh Is now being 
semi-oooasionallyread to the Press (Alts) is pro- 
duced. 

Miss Fanny Sterling, the Snglish comedienne 
has recently appeared for tbe first time after a 
prolonged retirement, assuming tbe part of Mrs, 
Malaprop in ' The Rivals," to whioh ehe gives a 
somewhat original ooloriag. Miss Sterling, in con- 
versation about tbe part, maintains tbst Mrs. Mal- 
aprop was a lady by her position and antecedents, 
otherwise she would not have been the aunt nod 
guardian of Lydia Languish and the friend of Sir 
Anthony Absolute, mixing in the best society of 
Bath, at that time, perhaps, tbe most exolueive ia 
England. Education was not so universal in tboee 
days as cow, and Mrs. Malaprap's English was, 
no doubt, unusual y slipshod. But if she were 
represented as a vulgar, coarse woman her blun- 
ders would cease to be funny. Miss Sterling makes 
her agreeable rather tban repulsive. 

Mrs. Howard Paul has been obliged to resign 
her part in "Babil and Bijou," at Oovent Garden 
tnrougo. indisposition. 

Mile Desclee will appear at the PrinoeBB'a Thea- 
tre, London, from April .to July ia a Beason of 
Frenob plajB. 

Mr. Oreswiclc has been playiag "Riohard III" at 
the Princess Theatre, London, supported by Mr, 
Oowperas Richmond. 

Tbe Glasgow Herald noticing recent perform- 
ances of Mr. Barry Sullivan in t&at city, eays: "It 
blows to the wind one's scepticism regarding the 
present condition of the bigber ranges of the 
histrionic art, and revives! one's recollections of 
the greater periods in the hiatery of the atage, 
There ere, in the manner of Mr. Sullivan's acting, 
and ia the mere Bound o.' bis voioe, perpetual in- 
t'.mationa which remind us of Shakspeare and 
Sbakapeare'e ideas." 

Madame Arabella Goddard will leave Liverpool 
for her Australian tour on February lltb. 

Madame Parepa-Rosa wrote to friends in Haw 
York that she wonld epand Christmas day on top 
of the Egyptian Pyramids. We hope it won't 
break down. 

M'lle Ross-Bell (who played in New York three 
years ago) has made hit at the London Opera Oo- 
iqae ia "L' Oeil Oreve.-' A new Opera Bonffe by 
Offenbaoh will be produced by her shortly. 

Mme. Nilsson-Rouzeaud has found a formidable 
rival at the Paris Grand Opera House la M'lle 
Fides Devries, wbo has achieved a deoided auocess 
as Ophelia in tbe "Hamlet" of Ambroise Thomas. 
A new work— not an opera bonffe, but a genuine 
musical comedy— by M. Obarles Leeocq has met 
with gieat sncoeBB in Brussels. It is called " La 
Fille de Madame Angot," and treats of a story of 
the Halle aod the Marcbe dee Innocents la Paris, 
at the period of the republican directory. M'lle 
Lange, the famous actrese, ia introduced ia the 
drama. M. Lecccq'a musio is pronounced to be 
most piquant and exhilaratiag, 

Henry Blagrove, after a lengthened and severe 
sickness, died lately in London. He was one of 
the most accomplished of English violinists, and 
with others not less popular In that art, was 
among the first students admitted to the Royal 
Academy of Musio when t&at institution was 
founded, some fifty years ago. He there rose to 
eminence in the prenoiency of bis caMing, and in 
order to more perfect himself, went to Germany 
for a season. He for many years occupied the po- 
sition of a foremost violinist of tbe Philharmonic 
Society, at the opera, and other great provincial 
festivals. 

A comic iuoident happened lately at the Teat ro 
Apollo, Rome, during the performance of a ballet, 
In tbe middle of the stage a large fountain was 
sending forth a spray of real water, amid the ap* 
plause of the spectators. All at ence tbe jet felt, 
the water ceased, and at the same time a crowd of 
f right t ned lad ie? ia all manner of uxdress bounded 
across the stage. The reservoir pipe bad burst 
and Inundated the dreaslng-rooms. The soene 
maybe imagined; Dor did the excitement of the 
audience even end when the ourtain was lowered 
and all hands called to the pumps. 



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Complete Onorua and Oronoatra. 



BUAIT IN THE FIRST ACT, CRAND PAS DE SHAWL, BY TUE CORPS DE BALLET. 

IS THE SECOND ACT. CRAND PAS DE DEAUX, BY H LLES II. & E. BIOL, AND COBPB 
MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 301b, Flrjt Avpearaaco of— 

MR. JOHN T. I^-A.TkT3VtoP»iTI>, 

la anew Ocmody, adapted from the French, entitled FORBIDDEN FRUIT. 



• I Hoeg and Danes. 

BUck-Byta Alice . . . . . .Cogill and Cooper 

Bouquet ofTos gs"". "~. iTTTTffisTuiil^aJ 1 

GOAT ISLAND SPECTRE. 

■ r. B, Urkfal Tonnr Br,. 

0»ert«r» Orcb..l-« 



AfUr wblob. 

Nan the Good-for-Nothing! 

NAN .... Miss JKNNIK WORKH.L 

On whir n iiinl' wliboDl a rival, introdaclug rj«r ilog* I 

Tr>m Dflbblea, one father K (, Mft--h 

Harry '.'oilier, tbeotber fetber Oba*l»e Voroer 

()Hnri-T.-0«rp.B'»r M . t , K .|l» 

■•"* **'• blo»p,en Ohai, I'Otlll 

Bob Fr»d Cooptr 



Orerlur*,, 



.1 ItSaatltlai 



Newpbaraeteristio Bslltt by M. Schmidt, entitled 

BETURN TO THE VILLAGE! 

'.'^} 1 !'\f OMI l l,on MONS. KOHMIDT 

ADKLh. ViTAD()i*rt> MMK. 1IIMU>E 

Biboa. iDoko-p.r td Biobtnroe 

Aogaitmr, bisatr* Osrrlt (Jnanoao 

....DDIUNO Tfir BaJXCT.... 
Chnrnclertatlc Po|kn....!Unte. Thercie, H. flchmfdt 

Valie ComiqdO Mmo. Therot, F. Monlnaae 

LftQEbabl* Inoidaots and Grand Fiasle. 



m 



w««?- 



140 Second Street. 140 



SWAIN'S BAKERY, 

!.* 1.11*1, o.l In TJ«. 

WE HAVE NO BRANCHES, 

El— III .1 No. lta p^orib ••f.'*.. lad .1 
N*. IOI. MMhU.Bi.rMU 

Tat ii»;»r quality or 

w eddlng OaU.e 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 

triEY YiHirrr or 

Cake for the Holidays. 

IOE OREAH. CHARLOTTE RUSSR. BLANO- 
HANOE, JCl.LlltS. .w.. B>wl a loord.t.od 
•I U. bMt wurii', 

wii.i Einmii*™ 



HAIR. 

THE OUEATEST PLACE IN BAN FRANCISCO 
TO BOY 

Human and Imitation Hair 
Coodi, Cheap and Fine 
Jewelry A Fancy Goods, 

IS AT THE 

NEW YORK 6TORE. 

A. H. SAHPMOIV A CO., 

*•. 1 lO Nfoand atreet* 
PoJQI^i Bttawa Minion md Atlaaav. 

Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P BBROES. FORMBRLT 
uroprlnnr of the MlO'TR* R«a. 
toarant, baa Ukio ta> maaacamoot 
of botb vfa* HlDtrt' Rapaaanot on 

OaslBsrdal air#Bl and Ui* Mioara'' 

Brsaob on MarkaiaUaai ln parte ambip wlto MR. 
A. DRAYEUK. wt>« baa bsao coooaeted with tbs 
DTna for year*. I" proTcnaota ba*a bMO mads In 
tbs onaiioe dap»r'mants tbat will rtodar tbs ftfi- 
BSrs'mors popular tbaa It baa ««af baso darlnt 
tba 13 yaaraof its proaparity. Oar Bills of Kara 
sssbraoa all th« doiicAOi*-* of tba ssssoo. Oar 



P. BEROKI St CO., 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Bsll and SB8 Oommsrsul, sod 
Tfl* Market atraat. 
Opsal rrom S jlm. to 10 P.M. *n31 Ira 



THE SAN FRANCISCO 

BILL POSTING COMPANY 



, BBABavcrasaeala nt., 



cor. Leldcadorr. 
fHi eflos o f P.M . 8. S. Co.) 

COM! AND SIS OB. GIVE 08 A TOTAL; 
INijrUl andaaTor to silt. Ws want to abara 



McDANIEL'S 

Museum and Theatre. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING. 

THE U«sDPR"IONBD WOULD MONT RF- 
•paotfally rvprsaant to joa nod t "« pot. lie (ten 
•n'l), that bn la now pnpirtd to farctab faotl- 
It 1 ** for MbiblMnria of ts-Tfiy kind aod cbaraotor, 
wbtcb ahould dstarv" tba pttronage if lbs par>- 
lic. Ho ha* *r*ated at f'!i»ynno, WjomlnK. A 
LABOR AND (JuHMODIfiUti UALL. with aool 
hoataryatd S'aie Tbo Mall la will TnntiUted 
nod liffDtad.and m«<1a comfor ah 1 * for all iuiodi 
Of tba roar. IilK BEST OK MUSIC, botb Btriog 
aod Bra**, cao ba roroiibad at all timsa. 

Hailafiotory arraDgamanta will rtfl made wftb 
THKATRIUA1. OROIHF.R TOM PA NIKS, sith- 
tr forKenttogof Hall or performance* on a par- 
osDtaa-fl of the receipts. OorrasponrtAncA -olloited 

Addraae. J. MCDANIEI.. 

Lock Box No- 1. ObeyenDo, Wioming. 

N. B — Oorlflalflse wanted for the Oheysnne 
Mnaenoa. Tooae wiahlog aDgagenieritfl, state low- 
eat tarns for the Winter 8**>on, ainolDg pboto- 
fraph to my addreaa. Half Paaaage JMooey re- 
nadsd slier Ailing eoragftainntR. 

.IAM1S MoDANIRL, 
Proprietor Oheyenna iboatre aid MaeetitB. 
octt Jm Lock Box No. 1. ObarsDns. W. T. 



CHEYENNE_THEATRE. 

Professionals Wanted. 



SIX FIRflT-OLABB PEOPLE-MUST HAVE 
good Wardrobe, Four Lsdtea aod two Gen- 
tleman to be good in general baaloens for the com- 
ing Winter Hcnaoo, commeuolni t.he flrat week In 
November, 1H72. Addreaa atating lowest terma, 
witb Photograph. Half Fare reloaded after till- 
ing SDgSgSmSDL 

JAME8 MoDANIKL, 
Proprietor Obeyenoe Tbuatre and Maaeara, 
oon Look Box 1. Cheyenne, W. T. 



The Biggest Race Yet— The 
• Human Race. 



THE MAJORITY OF TIIOHK wno 
rvalde In Man Frunclaco. bay their 
9-hlrte and Farnl.hlna; floodi of II KM K- 
DICT A CO., UTo. 11 Vecond atrrct, be- 
eaase Ihcysre iilwuys treated well and 
tiDT their naed* ut tlir lawcit prices, tat 
"TEE OLDRTAND." 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

viBonriA orrr. wjctaua. 

THIS KLIGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RK- 
dsoorated, sod Sao be rented by tbs night or 
nt * h * week. 8tsrs sad traveling oomnania. 
liberalfy treated with on appllostfon by latter 
JCUN riPKB, 
Manager sod sots Proorlatox, 
_ Or t*> 3. Ht. McOlHK, 
silO Washlogtoa street. San Fraocteoo. 



MORS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, 

THE WELL-KNOWN PIANIST AND VO- 
. Mlt.l, FMB.B. N.w OourMI for P1.D0 ,nd 
at Ditos b, bt. .nUr.lt N.w and Simplified Bvium 
-(h.,bort*.btB^.UB0»— r«AdU),mado.t.l«bt. 
AMonp.eia.Dlf , Slaglnc for P.rlor or Ooacrlf. 
' ^£t Wolow»U'» t.Iid.no., *«» SUTTER 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING, DRAM&TIR M LECTURE, AND 

EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Kooi.im 1«S nua IT 630 Washiuetan street. 




WAHT.O IHU£DIATELYl 

First-Class Minstrel, Acrobatic and Cymnastic Talent 

....ALSO.... 

T-oponty First L.lno Ballet Xiadles. 

POK »A l.i EII1IITT »FTH OF AMAZON 1ESOIK. COMPLETE, IN 
Lota to .ale parubuer.. Enob Set oooel.tn of Solid SIlTer-Plated Helmet, UreneU'lato, Liim- 
b.rkln, Sbleld, od. p ir o Arml«t,, one pmr of Breoelote, on. pair of Tightr. ace pnlr of Troelcs, ooe 
pair of Saodal,.o.e Ionic, one Sunrf, one Combat Sword,.' d ops Spaar. A portion nf iheee Armors 
,iu oow 'o b. .eon at ' be Metropohtaa The.tie ill the Amazjoiaa H.iob in "THE VUL'l'OW HAT." 
•Pjp- For prior, apply a. above. 

8HKHIU1S (IIRBH .V CO 



Git A. is r> 

Select Bal Masque 

....OF TUB.... 

ORIENTAL 

LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB, 

....AT,... 

Bortloultural Hall 

....OS.... 

TJITJKSIIAY EVEKIKO JAM". »Oc) 

BY SUBSCRiPTION.ONLY, 

Tlcketa .^_ ws ea 

s»-8ob8cripllon Lint^ t-nn b* fonnd with— 
O. M Berry, »h^nlf> nfflci-, Ulty Hall; 
Mr Brandt. J*.\y. nor. W u >ihirjKton A Montgemsrv; 
A, SnmmeiUt-ld, Jr., N.K, oor Folaorn A StooAU ; 
W. Cohuii. No. i. lint p,-ry atreet: 
J. Witt, No. 110 Thi.d atreet; 
M. Kutziinuti.tin, No. |g Second m'rofit; 
J.J. L.eviaor),N,W. cornnr Battery and Bneh ; 
M. Poseer, N oe and 9 Better; street ; 
Geo. J. Harris. *th Kloputoott A Co., 'il2 Front: 
i- d. Abramson, No. 735 Ulsy etrset. de3U lw 

Ticket, of Admlatlon ti> Gallery.. ,*1 OO 

To be had at sny of the abeTe-mepri*ned ptacee. 










SOUTHERN PACIFIC 



^ n Sar^ 



OY8TEH 

....AMD 

OIXOF 

Inmncr .treet, ofKeanlT .betivuen K*lne 
and Onlttornln. 

THE FIrlEST FRESH BALTIMORE AND 
TRANSPLANTED OT8TER8 ,er,ed in .or 
■ tylo. Kverjtbing cooked iotho beat manoer. 
8» Tb. Fineat Lloraora aod Oiltara. 
■6r-F.I«ifant ,Dlte. of Room* for X.udlea. 
•S-OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 

R. J. lEOHAU A P D. JESSEN. 
nog lm Proprietor.. 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MMK PONS, IHPOKTKR AND DEALER IN 
Parieian Ladin' Underwear. FRENCH 
CORSETS of all prloa. and qoajlti... readr made 
Mid to order. No, eai Baoraraeato atreet. below 



THE ART OF SINGING 

IN ITS HIGHEST PEttPKO T'lON.-RiOHARD 
MU1-OMK FABBRf, teaoher of ecvcral cele- 
brated European artta.es. late Direotorof toe in- 
□owpod Oopaervatory et Gun va, Mulrro du Uriaot 
of tie French Jmoeriil Aon(I«my of MuhIo. Oon- 
daotorof the Philbarmoniqae Sooiety in Pails, 
rind at praaent Mat-leal Uireotor of tha Fabbri 
Opern.ia prepared to gi»e private leeBijna, eitaer 
at bin office or at tb» resi-ann of the paplle: 
likr»-;se OUURHB8 OP MNGlNG, PIANO and 
HiJ.SIfJAL INSTRUCTION. . __._ „„. 

For further pArtioulara apply at PROF. MUL- 
DKK'b office, No.»l POWkLL S TREK •', betweo 
Market and Ellis Also, letters rnoeivrd aod terms 
to be bad at the mutio att-ro of M. Gray, Olay at., 
and "f Me««re Sberman A Hyde, coruor of Sutter 
and Kearny streets. jaS lm 



^3t^^^ t j3i«W^ 



• ■" ■ ""- ; ' 



VVILLIsV^BAND. 

MU8IO FURNISHED FOR ALL 
ooeaaions. Music imported, arranged 
and for sale. 

Frit r. Pliacrs and Mnrcas Hff. Blnm, 
Leading; Ylollnl.ta. 
i, nnr.tr» nroniptip attended 



BR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And «o liege nf Medicine, 
TO r.nn BEAUTIFUL and instruot- 

ll/.vvl/ iv- ubtectn to be b». n. Qpen to the 
Public DAY AND NJGrJT. a< HUKPKA HALf 
8it* MoDtgomery atrei*t. FOR MEN uNLF 

•»-Db. Jordan's Pbivatb Office 1b at lnl 
Gesryetreet (eproeiteold Meobanioe' Pavilion). 



Stage Dancing 

TAUGHT AT 

McCarty's Dancing Academy. 

DASHAWA r" HALL, 
d.27 lm Pnat .trr.t. near K.amr. 



ADOLPHDS STOCKMEYER, 

....TEAOHER OF.... 

PIANO AND SINCINC. 

*** to. ana JUasle Ib> 



THE JOUSNAL OF AXUBEXXXTB. 



•T. 



Publfcated «mr Day iu the T ** r °T 

I>. BOGARDT7S 



•OS Merchant aoo 5*5 Wwhlnrtot Sia 

Below MoDtrotnery. Su KraociMO. 



BATLBDAY JANUARY 18, 1873 



A Happy Xew Tear. 

Wh*l a pWstare it it to meet ft smiling counts- 
B*oe*. whether It be on toe street ox la i he pir 
lor. Asd why tsittfee* some fee** eeirtoeDUs- 
aally happy look * It la simply btciu* they lire oo 
■ plain, nuuitioes an* substantial diet. Thai man 
ii a public benefactor who will conscientiously 
#*rre u with a clean, toothsome aad whole wow 
treat Loan Merer*, proprietor or the "White 
How."' Kearny street, uw of the Capitol Res- 
taurant. Fourth street, doei it. as hundreds can 
•ot taiiastieelly testify. Hi* k.ttheoi are marvel* 
of ordar aad clewline**. Try him. and jou will 
find it impoeetblt to Ml eleewbsre. 



Jones & dchroder'fl 

Celebrated Crab Chowder can be obtained only 

i: 3jO Bub itrtet, nearly opposite ibeAihaiD- 
bra Theatre. Bob Hart eats ft, and they at] 
•at it. Only the beat brandJ of Liquor* bot- 
tled for family are. 

Ivevcr Buckle suBpondera, 

A*, f 1 per pair— M per cent, cheaper than else- 
Vhen— at the What Cheer Laundry. .X 

Everybody Suited. 

There li no end to the mnitiroCe of fashions 
in bate. At " Thl" Eat Store, 6*7 Washington 
street (aecosd hit store below KearoyJ, all ttese 
nrar ttjlea can be found. The Block is immense 
— the prices >ro reasonable. Everyone who 
£0£3 there la sure to be salted. B 

Live Weil. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding la the caoteof many crimes. Those 
who ^'r,» tx the Pioneer Restaurant, on Waah- 
Ingto h rre*t, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy. Henry 
Bochen, who baa catered for the public since 
1842. provides for his customers Laie Tahoe 
trout, Sumagundl aonp, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
mm can desire. The best cod of tea In the 
cit 7 — English breakfast tea — Sonciiong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. a 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriages, can be 
fOTind In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, eonthwest corner Bosh and Mont- 
gomery sts,. or Dexter Stables. Oarrlace orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



Tne President's Message. 

Peace and prosperity are the key notes of this 
dccomest. Cheapness and dorablity are the 
characteristics of H. Lnchslngei's inrniture. 
All should visit his emporium, 735 Market 
strett, and ascertain hew cheaply a house can 

be furnished. Dj 

— .. e- 

CujBTOTAyr. — Madame Clara Ahtonla, the 
Clairvoyant, and Independent Trance Medium. 
has removed to 323 Kearny st. Oonsultations in 
English, French and German. 7 



Something; .New, 

Wm A. Hubbard's manufactured misses' and 
infant's garments and ladies undtrweir in suit', 
are famed for their superiority of mite and tex- 
ture all over toe Union. Mr. Geo. W. Amldon, 
the authorized agent of Mr. Hob bard, ha 3 estab- 
lished a depot of these goods at 2ii Second st, 
for wholesale and rela-ltr-.de. A liberal dis- 
count to the trade, j 



A. Pleaaant Locution, 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhaxubra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a Terr fine one and 16 veil 
lighted asd ventilated. « 



Diamond Catarrh Remedy 

Is a sure cure for Catarrh or Colds. Ask your 
drug: 1st (or it, or send to Dr. A. F. Evcrx, No. 
* Poet street. z 



▲xx. Old Landmark, 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the IT. E. corner 
Of Kearny and Washington street?, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for k-ej leg the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc r 



McDowell, Snow Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10, 
408 Market strret. cor. Post and Moctgsmory. u 



I>0 You K.uow 

That with BrrrEHick'a Patxesks yon can cut 
tad make any garment to fit perfectly t Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H, 
a. Denting, agent, office of the Howa Sewing 
ofxchlne, Ko. 113 Kearny street, between 3 attei 
and Post. San Franctfioo. 



X>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ohronlo and specific practloe, and as such Is 
now the most Buooersful of any Physician In 
«3u Francisco. Office CU Bacramento ttreet, 
comer of Letdoadorfc a few doors Delow What 
Cheer House, T 

-L>o Wot tjuflcr lrom Corns. 

The unfortunate suftarexs from Ooms, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Kails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, S10 Kearny ttreet. from 1 to 6 pjl We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doe- 
tor'i capability. References given if re-quired, h 



UE1THI IirKISB 191*. 

From a verv fall list uf ths dsaths in the 

dramatic, cc-ical, circus, Variety ind "tow 

ittail during I$~i2, which appears io 

the New lork Clipper, we collate the fol ow- 

iog more generally known : 

Arnold, Frank H., Ethiopian cornelian, 
Philadelphia, January. 

Barrett, Mrs. John L. (nee Ads Crocker,* , 
Chicago, Karon 15. 

Buchanan, McEean, actor. Dearer, Col., 
Aprl 1 16. 

Auckland, John Wellington, theatrical 
manager, Montreal, Nov. 20. 

Broom, Cbas. H. H., manager Broom's 
Opera House. Memphia. Dec. 12. 

Clifford, May (Mrs. Johnny Weaver), Tan- 
nery, Cincinnati, Feb. 27. 

Campbell, A. B., variety performer, St. 
Lou s, April 8 

Clarke, N. B. (N\ H. Balden), tcioi, New 
York. April 13. 

Couldook, Eliza, St. Lake, April 13. 

Clarke, Geo. ¥., aeronaut, killed at Mem- 
phis May 31. , _ ' 

Clark, Wyndham.Glssgow, Scotland, May 

Chapman, Henry, Yirra Bend, Ausiralis, 
Lunatic A-v.um, during summer. 

Craig, Hobert H., actor, St. Loois, De- 
cember 9. . __ __ 

Davencort. Mr?., sctresJ, mother of Mrs. 
Lander, rV'ashiogtoD, Jan. 20. 

Diwison, Bogumil, aator, Dresden, trtr- 
maoy, Feb. 3i. „ , _ . 

Draytan, Henry, vocsliflt, New York, Jn'y 
30. 

be Hags, John, basso, suicide, Meltonrne, 
October. . .... 

Bmmett, Barry, oirens lesper and eult 
performer, V.cksburg, Jan. 4. _ 

Fiak, Col. Jamea F-. proprietor of Grand 
Opera House and Filth Avenue Theatre, «. 

Forrester, Alf. Hy., ("Alfred Crowquiil"), 
authcrand artist, London, May 26. 

For est, Edwin. PhilaJe pbia, Dtc. 12. 

Gregory, E izabeth, mother of the Greg- 
D v r^milv, Java, Jane P. 

B ^ iini, Mrs. Julia {Mrs. Wm. HoikiDB;, 
Carlton, Australia. Augu»r. 

Hughes Julio Henry, tctor, London, Oc- 

t ° br11 ' r 

Heaiy, Thomas A., actor, Liverpoo:, Octo- 
ber 7. a , 

Johns, Johnny (John ThorogoolJ , clown, 
London, Jan. 12. 

Julia a. William, father of K. B-, comic 
vocal st, London, Jan 25. 

Logan, Eliza (Mrs. George Woo3), actress, 
New York, Jan. lotb. 

Lee, Nelson, pantomimic author and 
£.c: r -r. Dalston, Eng., Jao. 2d. 

M»rrdrti (John McCartvj lion tamer, Bol- 
ton. Eog„ Dec.—, 1871. 

Marecballe. M., dxamatist, Paris, France, 
Jan. — . 

CNeil, Elista (Lady Beecher), acirees, 
near Mallow, Ireland, Oct. 30th. 

PhiJlipp*. J. C. Irish einger, Glaegow, 
Deo, SOtn, 1871. 

Poole, John, dramatic author, Kentish 
Town, Eng., Feb. 5th. 

Phelps, Balph, actor, on board steamer 
Ajax, en route to Honclolu, No7. 14tb. 

Bursell, Mr?. Sol Smith (Louiea Berger), 
musician and one of the Berger Family of 
Swiss Bell BiDgers, Jackeon, Mich, M&rch 
20tb. 

Bogers, G. H., camedian, Melbourne, 
Australia, Feb. 13tb. 

Smith, William Henry Sedley, actor, San 
Francisco, Cal., Jan. 17. 

Stanley, Florence (Mrs. W. H. Cole), sct- 
reis, Balumore, Md., April 27. 

6ur:iog, Alfred, actor, Newcastle, EDg., 
April 24. 

Sbeppard, Billv, minstrel performer, Fort 
Washington, N. Y., July 8. 

Bernhardt, MiiS Lizzie, actress, Sheffield, 
EDg., Feb. 9. 

Wiliard, Mrs. Louisa A., wife of Henry 
WilUrd, Newark, N. J., Feb. 28. 

Wetioo, W. A., one of the managers of 
Yeddo Jopaoess troupe, Lafayette, Ind., 
March 14. 

Wbeatleigh, Mrs. Sarah, actress, New 
York, July 18, 

Werreu, Philip, treasurer, New York, 
July 13. 

The Clipper's list ends with: 

Young, WeBley. ageat of Yeddo troupe cf 
Japanese, Panama, N. G., March 14. 

And yet this same dead and gone properly 
necrologized Wesley Young is walking about 
San Francisco insisting that he is alive. 



Oyster*. 

In strolling round the other night. 

To look at 'FrUco by gaa light, 

UDT careless feet, by cLacce did stray 

To where a fountain's ceaseless play 

Of wat^ra brUtt, did make a screen 

Throuth which a sweet bouquet was seen . 

While mossy etcne and pearly shell. 

O'er which the waters softly fell, 

■Lade that wtoeow feem to be 

Boaae fairy grotto of the sea. v„a_ 

^top/TSdmy ("end, "'«'*»S** W - 

It looks eo nice-end try their cheer. . 

"All right," I said, "I must agree 

That this place suite me to a r, 

Jio eoouer had we Xound a seat 

Tt.an at our side a waiter neat 

MaJe bis appearance, saked our wiflh- 

Eald thev had almost any dl*b 

That we'migo: name. We found It true. 

All kinda of oyeterf, i"Lcy.l*U 

Cooked every style; jus 1*^°'*%^ 

ind if your mouth don't water, than 

Ton're different from other men. 

tSA clam (and crabs and terrapins ; 

Ihfact. we found they had within 

Tha' cosy place all kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name. 
While every dish was, I ana sure, 
prepared io tempt an e P Icnr */__ ia 
The ladies, too, have found, twoula seem. 
That they have here the beet ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinners. 1 * 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll And made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oy6ter Bouse. 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and NighL 

CHARLES HAAKE, Proprietor. 



Wnrvt Cheer L>aunary 
Is the best lain dry in 2 an Franc 1SC3 



Still A.:iT.-e: 

When loosing for Holiday presents, go to the 
Sew Tobk FHOTOGEaPH Gatj.bb.t, So. 25 Third 
street, and tee these beautilul portraits In oil, 
w^ter-colors and Icdis-lnk. P.ices from one- 
third to one-half cheaper than st any ether 
Qret-claas gallery in the city.. Remember the 
place— B. F. Eowland k. Oo., 25 Third et. p 



For WaamiiR 
Bhirta, $1 60 per doz.; small pieces, GCc, per 
a. At the What Cheer Leundry- • 



Holiday Punches, 

There are no Punches for the Holiday latles 
that compare with Squarza's. fiquarza's Punches 
are faxneus for the high art shown in their man- 
ufacture, the happy combination of wholesome 
tonics, and their delicious flavor. Bona, the 
disciple of the great Squarzi, has prepared 
forty different hind of punches and co'diala, for 
the Holiday tables. For sale at t be new branch, 
317 Eearnv street, or at the Old Headquarters, 
120 Lelde&aorff street. k 



Holiday Candles. 

Fresb, sweet and delicious Candie3, of every 
variety, at M. A. UercEr's pioneer confection- 
ery. 678 Eearny street. Wholesale and retail, o 



To Actresses.— For sale at a great sacrifice 
st 38 Geary street, six elegant silk dresses, une- 
qualled for quality and style. s 



Genuine Havana Cigrars. 
Best biands at 611 Montgomery street, 
comtr of Merchant. Franck & Cahn. 



Xt lsi Perrootly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
st the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
jeiore 8 a_if . returned the same evening if de 
4trer). x 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

rjIVIDEKD NOTICE.— SAVINGS A5D LOAN 
SOCIETY. Ns.ei9C!ar street.— The Board 
of Directors have this day declared a dividend for 
the eix months ending December 31st, lS72,of nine 
per cest par lonam on all depoaitf, payable on and 
after the 15th in&t. 



ja l4-2w 



CYBUS W. ARM ANY. Caahier. 



mpte* 



Cts 



r PRICE 

A Safe and speedy Reme- 
dy for all Bronchial Affec- 
tions, Asthma, Colds, 
Coughs, Loss of Voice, 
Bronchitis, Incipient Con- 
sumption, Hoarseness, 
Pain and soreness of the 
Breast, and all Difficulties 
arising from a sudden 
Cold, readily yield to its 
healing powers. Ask for 
the California Hall's Pul- 
monary alsam. Sold by 
all Druggists. 



J. R. GATES & CO. 

PBOPSIETOBS, 



A.lto(f other rue Best. 

It Is curious, but true, that J. A. ghaber, 
T07 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
citnre and bedding cheaper thnn any oth?r 
dealer in this city, try him and you will be 
fiouTinttd. s 



f>r. Barlow J. Samiitli. 

Is giving a course of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday event! g, commencing at 7 H o'clock. 
A part ot the evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations in regard to health 
to Invalids daily, from 9 to 4 p. u , free. w 



Oyster Tru^lej. 

The oyster trade In California la *— urn lug 
arjgantle proportions. Emerson Ocrvllle, of the 
Saddle Bock, 410 Fine street, furnishes from 
bis own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oyFters to all parts ot the Pacific Coast. His 
t m transplanted oysters have a fame which 
li- . extended all over the continent, and • he 

'Saddle Bock" la known everywhere. 



The Best Remedies. 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per* 
!oot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
4. R. Gates and Co., corner Bansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. • 



Wstches and Jewelry, 
Very low, at H. A. Callender's, 63 Second 
tree:, ccn,ex cf Hission. d 



The meat rated Press (8. F.) 

No. 1 , January, 1873. Sold by subscription — 
% 1 60 a year. Elegant, choice, cheap. Sample 
Dumber?. 16 cents. Addraes Murray, Dewey & 
Co., S. F. o 

For trie Very Beat Drink.*, 

Goto Ya.es" Craoch Saloon, career of Market 
and Third streets. Bo 

Boat Quality or I>o(t*brin 

Driving gloves, at S3 per pair, at the What 
Qbeex- Laundry x 

Et Yon Wane 

lour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
iot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
Iry. x 



Freeh, and Sweet. 

Fer the beet eonfsctiooery, go to Cantr and 
Waaler's. 107 Montgomery St. near Salter. ■ 



Corner Sontome and Commercial 
jelStf 



LEWIS & PAKDER, 

STOVES. RANGES. TINWARE AND 
all kinds of Gookme Utinsia. the ben. 
nd cheaDefi'. Ko. a'J GEARY STREET, 
be: wee d Kea cy &od Dapont. ja5 3m 



^ 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Fronclwo Savlntce Union, S33 Co.ll- 
forala atreet, Corner of Webb. 

FOR THE HALF YKAR E^DISG WITH THE 
3tst December. 1671 a dividend haa bt-ea de- 
clared at the rate of nine aad six-tenth* (9 6-1(0 
t>«r cent, per annnm on Term Deposits, and eicht 
(6) per cent. n#r anonm on Ordinary Deposits, free 
ol r>deral Tax on De^oaiu. parable on and after 

13tb Jannarr. 15tJ. Br order. 

0*31 2w LOVKLC WHITE. Oaehier. 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVERY SATTBDAX IIIEI. 

Piano and Slnglne « S P.M. 
D. B&RRT, CaiOTiB. 

Charing Cross Saloon 

>Hta Ml. .Ion Hretl, sear Second. 
*•» J. EAGLES. Proprietor. 



^h« Ciioer ljaundry 
Ertplors do CMiumea, tui ihouid be pit 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 

65«J flaeramente *ta-eet, 
(The Flret House below Kearny etreet.) 

FOB FtJRinSHrNG WHITE ATTD CHINESE 
H*ip of all kinds.— General Bntiness Afrency: 
0>>liect Rent?, Not*s and 'ceunn'?: Whit<* and 
Chinese Laborers sappiied for Familiea. Hotela, 
Farm*, Factories, etc. 

CBAS, F, BECHtBEE A CO.. 



THE GOLDEN ERA 

For 1873. 



2IST YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



A New Departure 



iT3Ei"\;v "srxa^.n.. 



FRESH AND BRILLIANT 
CONTRIBUTORS. 



The Best Talent in the Country 



San Francisco Feuilletons and 
Social Gossip. 



True Reflex of California 
Life and Times. 



THE ROMANCE AND REALITY 
OF THE PERIOD. 



The Great Novel of the Day, 

The New Magdalen! 

TIT WILKIE COLLINS, 
IN THE 

Golden Era. 



The "Podgers Papers," 

By "Podge re," la 

THE GOLDEN ERA 



SWALLOW FLIGHTS 

By Charlea tVarren Stoddard, In 

The Golden Era. 



TABLE TALK, 

By Olive Harper, In 

The Golden Era 



Ftnllleton, la] 

The Golden Era. 



ORIGI.VAL STORIES, POEMS MD 
BKETCHE8, FASHION GOSSIP, 
AHC8EUENTS, LITKKATIEE 
Al'D AST, A,\SWER§ TO COR- 
R£8FONO£NT8, ETC 



11HK "GOLDEN ERA" IS THB OLDEST 
Weekly Paper in the State, permanently 

established, and more widely circulated at borne 
and abroad than any other on the Pacific Co&et. 
In Oa'ltoroia, the Atlantic States, and throughout 
the entire field ol its tree '. and vapidly increasing 
eiroolation, the "GOLDEN ERA" is universally 
regarded a* a literary and family journal of une- 
qualled excellence. 

To Advertisers. 



The "GOLDEN ERA" Is a welcome Sanday vis- 
itor in every Home and Household, and as an 
advertising medium its advantages must be appa- 
rent to business men. 

TO MAIL ST7BSORIBEBS. 

The ©olden Erst, for One Tear, S3 SO ; 

for Six Month*. S3 OO. 

(Subscriptions to be paid in advance. 

The Golden Era and Feterten'i JLadlea' 

National Magazine, One Tear, 85. 

*»- THE GOLDEN ERA and PETERSON'S 
LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE served by 
Carriers in tbe city at 13.;- cants per week. 

THE GOLDEN ERA, sinale conies. Ten Oants. 
For sale at all Hews-etands. 

Office of the Golden Era, 



Pacific Stone Comla 

THE PACIFIC STONE OOMPA j , 
the •e'lieoial attention of Architc j, i 
eers, and the publio in general, to the t fEtl 
QUALITY of the Stone now being mi 'j fi . " 
by them in this city under the R&nsoiz p i; 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
Bnlldlna* Froata, lVat«r Pipe. 

Hlntu, Monomenta, Foniaia 
Tllea, Coplnfra f. V\ J 
Filters, 
Together with Bansome's celebrated \ 
GrindatoneB, all of which we gnarant<*ai-_ 
and at a price far below that of hand-ei rtutl 

■SrTbe attention of private parties b t 
build is respeotf nlly solicited. 
Offloe. No. IO BUSH STREET. San 




B. F. STJGKETT. 



8£ 



THOMAS W. BP.EI 

SIXiVEH. 3F»Tir\T]| 

MAN [IF AUT ORKR 1 
— A1TD— 

BIP AIKEK ( 

DRUmsTBftNJOS. 

— AND— 
31T8ICAL INSTBYJsasBI 
ESTABLISHED IN 18 OS. 

afs-Leaeons given on the Banjo and Dm M 
MISSION STKEET. between First and i sat 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos rfi 
eeaionala alwars on hand. 



Declared A sal nut the Whole Wall 
the Rest of Mankind. 



PATENT EAGLE BLACKING -WAV 
ed superior to any in tbe market. J 
tared by MOORE A CO.. No. iilO Le. 
street, S. F. Directions for Use: When I 
thick, add a little water. Keep the bo iw 
oorked. Sold by all Grocers, JruKftiat?, el dt 




TRAYS always on band. 



Alfred T»ll 

Manufactnn ad 
Importer ■ 

BIRD CA Ej. 

2C5 Dopes 

XEABSCTTrn.lL-. 

See my stock ^Hj 
Cagps before pn aw 
e'f ewbere, Aiwa OR* 
tbiog new on ki . M 
Patent Cages, * I 
Tin Wire, are w;a*| 
FREE FROM YilDI 
Also, best cjuali tU 



BU 



Meerschaum FlpeDM^ 

043 KEABNT STKEET. 

PIPES MADE TO ORDER AT M-g 
the ehortes DOtic? All Pipes and VJ 3 % 
Cigar Holders wananted genuine, and \\, t 
to color well. Meertcbaum Pipes and ^ g 
walking Oanee Mounted and Repaired I 

at lowest Eastern Prices, and with the be '»fi- 
manship. A large assortment of Walkin, HDS 
and Farcy Goods of every description al- t - 
hand. n la 



The Popular Sever;? 

C CONGRESS WATER FROM THE Pi 1 
■> Congress Springe, near Santa Clara. It (J 
by tbe Medical Faculty its curative powen ■ 
equal to the celebrated Congress Water fi I 
SprinRS of Saratoga. New kork. Depot r *> 
from Ji8 Kearny street to New Moctgomr* 
door from Howard. Families supplied dall; t 
eral discount to the trace, and orders attei I 
promptly. de i 



Philadelphia Restaur.it 

V. BERGOLD. PROPRIETY 



OHAS. 



THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
and moat, popular Restaurant in 
San rranci-co. The Tab'ee are anp- 
pli-.d mtu the b»3i in market. Board. 
by the w» 6 k. 40S PINK STREET, ,- 
Montcotr.eri' o»a .!■ 



!-5? 



DEALER IN OVS'i'ERS, OlAMS 
andall kindf of StJKLl FISH, < 
SullbNos. 40, 41. ^a, California * 
Market, •ntrauuc oc C^Dfors.'s street. --" 

Public or private parties i^tl families 9 * 
from 6 A.K. to U p. ii. Ladies' and Gentl ■ 
Ovs'er Rorttr" orveri frow *• *-»* lo'''»v HP 



DR. W. A. PAYNE. 

THIS CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN HA !** 
moved his omen from the Rubm Hoo>« "• 
Elegant buiteot Roomf, No. 4X6 Kearny »J* 
He telle your disease wicoouta rjaestion. s* 
fail to call. All (Jhronic Diseases treated * >** 
folly. de *^ 



Bar Sngar 

(■<OE SALE-518 KEARWT ST8BE *' 
MEBOEK'S. Alto, every kind of C >■** 

M. A. HEBO - 



Indian Queen Ran;B. 

The Best In the MarO B< 

MAKUFAOTUBED BY 

C11EB M. «I(KI.rB 

ocietf 4»u. isaswii 




NEW Y0R£PI I! 

HALL'S PI 01 
For sale at ? |1 
Tyler street. O. H 
examine for Joan jp 
i»-To. poly O. | 




,Sh '<£, ^«o Prloo 

r H«ls! Hal 



1Mb 



... 

* STOKt 

o 



"■ 



-"O 




^VPERTECT RUSH 



♦rxncl Nlgnt. 



L Auction Store, 

kill • T ■ ■ Wt 

ONDERFUL BU8INE88 

EAPCST HOUSE IN AMERICA 



WW ALHAMBRV TMATB1. 



■ as St. Uui«. 



OUIUIENOT. 

L and Undersell All 



.-..IV w.lk •• ••. I. W 

• •. I. W «»M 

... ■• •■ i» 

Hats. 

b tali *•. .-Id a)**,..... «••■ •* »• * 
AAA" 

i ,. ,«>!>•. «»«i I." iii 
ri<, ULovri. ton «.<■■>. 

.. HI lit! ao»H 
I I . . — ■ III V, 



tmi« naiM 

r»E*T HUIW 



JANUARY 10 

irriBvoon • 



MIHS 



JOHNNY ALLEN! 

tS» »f Mil f i'. t ' «WMM t*4 T«r» 

./VICIOUS HARRISON 



XT""** 



£2 MAC 



SAN FRANCISCO ATHENEUM 



Ma.ia.1 :• 

tmii rvcwiwo.. 

"i« Am 
Mm 
UlraVi 



VNIART SO 

• nu«cly 

ndsvllle 

**i>»h 



Llttlo Mao's Baby Elephant! 

Little Mac's Original Essence! 



• | rasee,*' 4 Hh 



SCHNEIDER! 

Or, Dot House von der Rhine. 

act yxn.«T AND SDCOTVID, 

JOHNNY ALLEN 



I 



Taw I r-kjl*k »» 









l"iv<- Mlntit' ■■. with Honlai 



I..III- r.a r-nr.t 
M'n 1 * Hmitf 




raJul u- lTi A 
«H»iit;l(„i v 



% ruuk«. n#»*«. "V»X1»»». 



iH« a , IRTTHINO. 

* L-oiu a W U« to an Anchor 

ft* > >: a4 •■>• m •« impi. Hi nti'l I*"""" ««'. 

i E CHEAPEST HOUSE IN AMERICA 



ttiflLkiw. 

tt.'ji-.-i.'.rr- rjjai 

-Jinu.- bvam 
ilfewn 



1ft TUX ORXAT 



ft ,,XL Auction Store, 

«1« tUIXT 1TEEIT, 

Oew Pw r frwaa Oota«M>r«1&L 

" ^1 QUILTED SILK HITS, WORTH S5, FOR SI 50 

""■> rAxrlf. Inn Nl.»« «< T. 



LITTLE MACS BABY ELEPHANT 



-A.OT THIRD, 

Tomn Jacob fCBSurF.s johvut att.en 

ALU'S BAKIlIHuN 

- LITILE MAO 

Pi ruoril Oayar 

Tin tr.i,li» Willis Hmm« 

• W Ftr-lfr 

Jobo RohlorOD 

Polio mu J. Wrlobt 

Mir; Quail Mm. X. F. Stewart 

Act !■!.- tl.n.e .a III* Bhlaa Act *J.-'lba Child and Hlek Brd. A el [3d,- Voddi Schneider*. 

B.tara. Tic Old Tuvc.-a. Ttae OatherlaK, MhIibeoI Taunt scjl.e der 

nod I. .ul.,-. BUl'SI'l. 

Ne^w- »a,xxc3L Ordinal Songs. 

THIS THEATRE DOES NOT ADVERTISE IN THE "CHRONICLE. - ' 

fttn-M Circle »1 *>" I l*iir«io»siip «.% Ceuie 

UicBvilr* 50tmliil*rlvuln Bold V5 -nil «1«J 

■ST" All Mia again** tb« Aiaambca Tb«.tre must 09 printed hereafter on Monday. 

••^Performance to commence puunmlly at eiRht o'clock. 



n*»f</t Un « — , Ifellta 

f'<**a»| Il.*n«* 

AW UNPROTECTED FEMALE. 

>• Orl*» . 

1 

m>.. ftutsf ■■■lnHi« 

Mr. Hutch R'iblnson In His (hunnrsf 



»* 11 v On* <*»rfc 

Hum- Inlii 

I.,... • »li-J 



l-*.ii in\i>« 
I •.nlM> Rnturre 



SCHOOL. 



O'd fir m«e. Teacher.. 

P-Ia? B«ll»*-T 

Kinvo Dlpej 

Overt are.. 



P.-l'«v H'»p«f 

"uti| niitl Ihinrr 

fVimlc ««»«■*■ 
Dnrl-Dii'KD from Hi' 



t-'rsak Mirtlwor 

I ber>-« Thomoioo 
Walter I'.rk* 



HUiriinl* 

... !-<■» Ill-v.M 

.... MiikI- Brttt'r 

ie MI«-f«*«»>TT-rr» .1- t.m forrnt 



Nf.GHO ACT. 

..RobtiuoQ .Dixon 



«nn« M.«kM. Clnlr 

lloraplpc Mli. l,ltinic*tos 

0»«rtar« Orth-aira 



To ooaolad* wi-.b Hugh Kobinioa't Iii-n bkelch. 

Before tlxo JOaT^rn ! 

SrSoWifc::::;::::: :::;::;;:r::i,:::.l UUBh Kob,Mon 

,N'o.u Murpbj O. TbomotOD 

Kittj Lordik LiTine.iOQ 

Uotu«j ttiAD.a »illain or lh» dfinp'St fjj* r. Mortlmvr 

Other onarwuord b> lb* OompAoy. 



Mft MODEL uinuiKtt noi-HF*. 

C*r. of r««««rf.»l 



CIRC HOUSE, 
IfflftllYMPIC HOUSE ,T 



m Pipe ft 
S?5i" < 

inrMlBI 



jlar Beven 

[BFIOIIBI 



P«.itr l.e rij*«« 
BAbCTOK » OOTRKLL. 




W¥»Tm¥=TliY"!lir 



Qir Qtlttrf Wd f 1 i» WDlteHblru. Tb*r fit FEUUrxcrLT, Aod for q^alliy aad durability will htt Qq tattobed. fobs btd oaly t>t the 
tyCALLANRSERTMOl I V L. 4. Up T CO 4 NTOKK. «1« Krtrny «tr.-i. 



Wolf in the Fold & the Thistle 

rpUE THISTLK THAT PRICKEU TIIK ^A]B 
X Luu a b*MgotOot Miaitlur edition ' 1* »hu 
' Wolf la too Fold" that (to?e not cnrtl. I 

t'm Inw of libel. «■ t it »t Thlstieilttiv. No. 9 

i'ont 1. ■■ ft rpp, Maootitc Temple. Api nt- wtlit- 
m to «H! It <m <bo ■ tr«ft. Ju'iO 3m 



JOHN ROBLS, 



in 

SESpr 1 Or 



lijleita* 
btiiuhbI 



t »A© r i 



fill* 



j^»', 



ORGAN OF AMTJSEMENTS 



....oibcdlates m .... 



i/rf' 

iBiS- 



All the Theatres, 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 




NONE BUT THE BKIT QUALITY OP HBATa 

(JAN BE HAD AT 

Stalls S, 4|«' CfalHornla Market 



HI TBA TEAR. 



GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE CITY 



Oa the BOATS and CAB8 




•"T6.mo.t ELKGANT 0U8TOM WORK IS TIlgOITT 
o.ll >od .lamina good, and prion. IlEKKS a.mavnakD 

SSS fclaarD* itiML on. door mn'h of Ttn.b 



SINGLE, OUTSIDE ROOMS 

rnrnl.hed with »•. 1 "prim Ilrd. and 



AHA Hhmh llnet, Ostmer .( CI»», 

AT 

Fifty Cents per Night 



THE OLD 

Hot Scotoh, 

IS Mi.rtoa Street. Dear Keuoy. 

All Drinlis Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IM TOWN. 

AlwtuB on Hie the Now York Htruld, Hurp-r'i 
Wi -Uly. Kru.Dk Lwi.i-s'o, U.»'» DoiDB". Pulia* O*- 
E*ttd, «H too (.'All form, . pap-i», ulno London 
Fonuti, Hfll'j Life. Ii.QBtTiitcd Landoo Nftwe. Oull 
and tar-ily ynurself. _ 

■AT- Doa't fortcot the also of the Hot Scotch. 
dr>?y_ flHA,RLK8 WM, VHLDMAW. Pron'r. 

Rum Punch. Hot Scotch. 

AND. ■< 

TOM and J E R R Y, 

Oil Tit TUB BRANCH 

Hot Scotcn, 

a»S Nntter street, wear Kearnj. 

All I>riiilii8 Teu Cents 

HOT tilluWIlr It F.VKKY NIGHT. 

ool5 t( JOfl. D. BKI0O8, Proprietor 

DRESS JWAKINC. 

MRS, M. F. BISHOP, NO. 16 O'PARRKLL. 
jtJL ' treot ia tho p'aot> tor Ladles and BtraDgeri 
"* >i»lt.ng the city to h*Vo their Dresses mude io 
•tyle. sod » oerfeoi fit, et a moderete price oe'll 

RICHEDA FAMILY 

(Fvrgicrly 0/ Ciiiarina's Boyal Italian Cfrow) 

WILL GIVE LRBBONS ON THE VIOLIN OR 
On.tAr, «t rejideaoee (If required;, or for 
, irteh Mueio for Ball* or Partios, at moderate 
ohargoa. Resideooe, 808 Montftomiry "'"t 
ooroor Jaokeoo. hoom Ko. 11. del.! lm 

J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN ILiTJlVOHr, 

Cor, wJecond a wd Te hasn* »tre«t«. 

aar-Terrapta oonitantly oa hand. 
'Oyatere in e«iy alyto. PHIVATB 
SUPPER HOOMB FOR PARTIES. 

dec 311m 



SQUARZA'S 

Branch Punch Saloon, 

3 1 7 Kearny street. 



Hare yoc beheld It? If not, you're a treat 

At SQUARZA'd PUNCH SALOON, Id Kearny street 1 

There BONA, dlt-ciple of GREAT SQUAKZA, 

Dlipeniet lamed Uagio Pauchee; rather 

The most delio.otui mtZ'rjroa yet recorded; 

An d hare with many medals beea rewardodl 

Ladles their CORDIALS there can nip at lelBOre,— 

Their "TEARS" appasBe,— and Men gain "LADIIEJB 

PLEASURE." 
To allay connubial differences and pain, 
In "ANTI-DIVOUOE" yon can your end attain , 
Sip of the potent extract but one taste, 
Xour arm, consoltug, straight Is roond her waist 
Gm-HB what a "MORNING OOAirottr" In the kUs 
That bonis tbs paarrel and imparts the blitil 
The "WELCOME" too, yon'li alwiyi flud 
A balmy soother for tho troubled mind. 
The bright "AURORA. "and th« Bweet "FARF.WBIA, 
Juat rtslt BONA, and you'll all fare well! 
Bis "HYGIENIC BITTERS" are tho panacea 
For all dyspeptics and for diarrhoea. 
No Cholera Morbus evor has been foonc> 
Where "HtGIENia BITTERS" knock aronuov 
BONA and SQUARZA, apUe of all datraotoi* s. 
Hare proved the Natleo's greatest benefaotorel 
Full f03 PIT dllT.r*Qth»»ltWaldrlaH* yoa'll Uod 
To aid the Man -Invigorate the mtndl 
Not this alone— a Weloome you will meet 
At BONA*8-,SQOARZA'8)-317 EBARNr STRKBy.- 
Bemember, too, not this famed place to pase; 
ALL SPLENDID LIQUORS BUT ONE BIT A GLASS, 



CUSSES INJL0CUTI0B. 

TWO OF THE LEADING, MEMBERS OF 
the Tbeatnoal Profeoaion to ' allforoia pre- 
Doae foneinaolsssBsfor loetraotlon In Elocution. 
Pereona wishing to avail thmnselTee of the oppor- 
tonlty of acqnirtnr a oatiol art at a moderate cost 
eauaeod in tlolr names to "Oambyaea - P. O. Box 
23tt, when partloulara as to terme, aM., wiU b» 
seat to them. M. ».. da»' 



THEY HAVE TAJUUt 

THE FtRST PREMIUM 

....AT.... 

All the Mechanics* Fairs- 



EIOK HLI -WBOI,«»AA.» AND MTAtt 

at the eld ntaMMnHat. *S*'EAM««w>at.- 
o.vo.lf ■»»«« <*<»■ M**— 



17» XC3- ARO ." 

THE J0DB5AL OJ AMUSEMENTS. 
Pmbliahwi *T.rr IHy in U 1 * year by 



CCS Merchant and fiSS Wn.blnKtoB its. 
Below Montgomery. San Fmnolsoo. 



MONDAY JANUABI 20. 1873 

AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

California Theatre. 

To-niRbt John T. Raymond, the niebly popular 
oocoodUa, who since he left tbe California The- 
atre bu pliypd Tory snooossfol engagements in 
Now York. Bo.ton nod New Orleans, will make 
un raappearanoe in "Forbidden Pratt," an adapta- 
tion from the Frenoh by Obarlea Horseman and 
W. J. Floreaoi*. Mr. Raymond will assume the 
character at Joe Barker, a retired tanner. Ho 
will ba supported by George D. ChapHn, Mias An- 
nie Grabam, Miss Helen Tracy, Owen Marlowe. 
Miss Rellie Dearoe and others. The reappearance 
of tbU popnlar comedian and the opeoiog of tbe 
drarauic seat on for[1973 will, doubtless draw a rory 
largo and faabionable house. 
Metropolitan Theatre. 

To-ogbt Mias Aagaati L. Dargon, who cornea 
here heralded by neat nattering notices in Eas- 
tern newspaper, as an actress of rare emotional 
power, will commence an engagement at tbis the- 
atre, appearing as Camilla In tbe play of tbat 
oame. Harry EytlDge will perform tbe tele of Ar- 
maria Dnv.il ; Hudson Linton that of Moos. Dnral 
and Charles Edmonds, Count de Varvllle. The 
rest of tbe cast appears on oar first page. 
Al ham bra. 

The stating capaotty of tbe Albambra Tbealrs 
will be severely testtd to-night aod thosa who do 
Dot go in good sea-on o.n scarcely hope to obtain 
standing room. A more popular combination than 
Johnny Allen, Alice Harrison and Little Mao 
oould sciroslr bo made. These artistes will mako 
their appearance lo-oigbtin tne favorite smea- 
tiou drama of "Sohoelder; or, dot Uoase voj der 
Rhine" which created snob a furore a little over a 
year ago at the Metropolitan Tbeatie. la addi- 
tion to appearing in tbe play as Youog Jacob 
Schneider, Little Mac will appear n% tbe Baby JUl- 
• pbsnt and ia his original essence: Johnny Allen 
and the ever-pleasing Miss Alioe Harrison will ap- 
pear in original songs and dancee, and new busi- 
neai will be introduced in tbe ploy. Pierpont 
Thayer, Harry Thompson, Mrs. £. F. Stewart, and 
othors tare been engaged te support tbese famous 
Ariista, and Bob Hart will appear aa Dr, Bolua 
Bella Union Theatre. 

Not tbe least of the attractions Id the new bill 
pee sun tod at tbia house is tbe screaming act of 
"The Goat Ia'aad Spectre," by Johnny Tucrs, J. H. 
Lnrkin and Tommy Bree, which i) received with 
aboats of laughter ; JKd Montague and M'lle Ger- 
rotta perform a very pleasing comic nobwithnsts, 
atiokt and shapes; Miie Jennie Worrell appears 
iDBing and dancewith Mies Lillie Hall, and also 
in ".Van, the Good-for-Nothing;" Coglll aod 
Cooper give their original soogand dance: "Black 
Ei«d Alice;" others appear In specialties, and the 
pretty ballet of "Tbe Return to tbe Villago" term- 
inates tbe evening's amusement. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

Ac assembage numbering many thousands en- 
joyed the Sunday entertainment given at these 
Cardens. M. Bulalsy accompanied by M'lle Stacy 
accomplished a successful balloon asconston, and 
all present enjoyed themselves thoroughly among 
the varied delight* of this ne plus ultra of pleas- 
uro resorts. These gardens are open daily. Nest 
Saturday an attraction of extraordinary na'.ore 
will be presented. This is no less than the very 
first ascension of agaa balloon ever made on this 
Coast Professors 0. 0. Coo and A. A. Lay, the 
celebrated aeronauts, bave arrived from New 
York, bringing with them two gaa balloonB, One 
holds 4-M)0J feet of gas and is capable of earning 
four persons 1,080 miles. These gentlemen have 
been engaged to make as ascension at Woodward's 
Gardens on Saturday next. The population of 
San Francisoo will tarn oat en masse to witness it. 
Flie Athenenm. 

The very attractive bill which drew »n oh large 
housea Satardav night aod again last night will 
bs given again thie evening. lb com pi is aa a oava- 
tina by Miss Agnes Kennedy; oharaoUr skotcbea 
by Mortimer; songs by Miie Fanny Mandeville : 
aots by Mortimer, Thompson, Parka and others ; 
oh an ge acta by Hngb Robinion and many otter 
amusing speoia) ties. 

ANaTOuxoAL Museum.— One ol the most 

sotnptute collections of the kind in the United 
Bute*, comprising hnndreda of costly and bean-' 
vital wn models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
Only) at the Museum on Montgomery street. An 
hoar mar be prortf ■►>!• «iwm hem 



A Lou Art. 

Bprigga ia of the opinion tbat California 
baa Iob*. the art of suppressing orime, by ans- 
pension of the criminal. 



There is a man in New York who says that 
he is the "only man in the conotry that ever 
knoobed down an elephant." Be is an auc- 
tioneer. 

The Place. 

It yon want a cl* au bath, with clean towols, 
and a good shave, or your hair cut la the beat 
fetyle, by experienced workmen, go to Brown's 
Bathing and Hair Dr-sslug SiIqqd,, No. 202 
Fomth street, near Howard. x 

Grand Concert and Ball 

Of the Germanla Btn> 9 , at the Hor tlcultur