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SnUDiY EVENING MR. MURPHY IN MATJM CRE 

MOkDAT EVININO. July Wib 

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MONDAY (EVENING, Angn.t 5tb- 



-FIR3T APFF...BANOE OP 



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IS THE OBEAT PLAY OP 



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fc Hjde'o, Agents for the celebrated Weber Maui 



* Own will 1*ati» 1 1 ir the. MIhbIoo and Ncrtb )> i--b ere*? nl«lit at 'he close of the pprfornjinr*. 



Bfnprt.1 AilmU'lin 9 1 OO i Pnrqin-t JSO 

Drew Clr-clr und Orchritra, K««arTrd 8«U... 1 «><» •Sullorv SIS Ct-nt* 

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lot r*r*mr- l.«trh-<?n« «■(! Mo*.*, lit rradrtia* 

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Will b( Id* l1,vM-iK>and i;ian.n 09 bit ahoal ' •■- wbilabikag 
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GAME 



OF LIFE! 



Ooaniyr .' bl« ' H Larijfii j Dunn- Robbini V' ^ ('bapman 

Mraruor Jonnny ' 

IN HKH/lAR^AL-W A > TKU, a"h t->nllN L> 



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FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 



KDXB, JbOUa 

AT 

XaAlVCASTER'S 

•mm WAMII«OTOX HTRIPT. 

Ma rtrfra'e Optra HoBli. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Sftn Francisco baTlngs Union, 

•9v r-.ilfr,t-T.li» atr<-«i, tor Webb. 

FOR THE HALF YBtR RIDING WITH 
■ jna. irij. » UtYti-nd baa b-an dtclared 
a* lb* rata or Nina and Kli-rntba i»< lO) per 
aanL p»>* aoaojBA od T-rm Dopgaita, and . ijrbt (8) 
■arOKit. 1 f.- annum onO-dinar* Dapaaiia, trae of 
TtdNnlTti on ijopoaiia, p-tab'" on and a fur 
WBDlfKSDAV.l -i lU nrdar, 

jf1Ia> fill II Caabier. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CiTT, NIVA1IA. 

tHIB KLROANT TKKATRK HAS BBBR RK- 
daocratwl, and oai b« raotad hy tb Diffht or 
fcl Aba waab. Stan and traiulma; oomoaoiaa 
BWriilr uaalod ailb 00 application *.y lattar 
.IOll\ PIPKR, 
Uajuin , tnd «ol» Prooriator, 
Or to .1. II. MrCAIIlE, 
«»ft Wnahirn" mi alraat. Han Frano-mr.. 



To the Dramat[c Profession. 

PBS LnrDEtiSiGNKO, who' has BKEN 

ot 97 twalf • |«Ara oonoactpd wltb Iba praaa of 

Tie, and la wall kooaro by tba meoibera ot 

laaMJoa to tba Oolooiea, baira to iDtlaiaU 

jliprapuad to Aire axix-riaucad adrloa ta 

.iiooa profaajalooally aiaiUiig or raad.tat.og a 

• to Aba AoatraJlao Ooloaiwa. 7ao modarata. 

HBAbtj la di»p*!ohluK raplio* may bo rolled 

t-WTLLIAM HEHR/ WATERS, 
UVxrtoria OaBUBboto, *« Uollioo atNaL Mel. 
atagrna AaatraJtA f«-«tf 



XlBlVIOV-is.Ij. 

ahoe Billiard Hall, 

a^BMBat Uuiitcainrr, to 

Jlo. 419* Kourny street. 

OlIAt. t. BTONE A JA8.M. W UTTE, PBOPBS 

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FIGARO 

MHriTATFS AB Ilf TJBE PR0GRAM^U: IM 
s evtry Tbaatro to tao Fraaciico. 



FIGARO ., 

IS DIBTRIBUrED KVERV DAY Till: 
not the c*Ltrr of tba c.ty. >n ail Hulali, K»«- 
-Auraoia, taioota, btarat aiid Offices. 



FIGARO 



OakUml r i-rry B">it» io calch ib« pa 
lb* 1 arrive by lb<- great Oveiland. Train. 



FIGARO 

|B MA1I.FP EVKBY DAY T1 AIXTHK 

a. pnr cipat hr.'r « In ( aliforoia, NtTada and 
(JrMim-ihf p-pfi. httt in lb>< 1 bi.ttirff at I igbt 
beiog gat bt rod up atd aavtd for tbat purpos?, 



FIGARO 

IS "HPRR, THPRB AND F.VF.RYTVHPRF." 
and in conn »■■■>> mtfitrg n chaDgncf raadora 
lo ^ftTbaat-ia, Tra*i>iiug Uocveyaccam, Hotcla, 

and Dublio rt.-iti t.h c- rnr,.lly. 



FIGARO 

CIBOULATES IN THE BEST B001J 
placed In tbe btndt of nearly a 1 ! nho comn 
to tbe city to altar poiobivtee, aod it tbcrefoie tb* 

boat of advcrlin rtg tnedi j 




GET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

— A»r>— 



I^Bsfl' i ^^^zJm Rcin'-rl whru they ere 

made tha ncates; and chf»i 1 

V. j 11. « i:yi:ks, 

se«H M«ni-om«'» "rBot. 



Jrliio 



The New Wilson 



CITY GARDENS, 

Cormcr of Twtlflli and Ful.om «lr«r(". 



THIB BEAUTIFOL BUBUBBAN KESORT IB 
MOW OPBB DAILY. 

AJttUMnoN CS CEKTk 

RAILROAD FARE FREE 

Grand Ball Every Sa-tnrday Even'g 

ADMI8810W. SO OFNTS. 

."* ••"•■•' Botlct-To OomBlHOM mil tooi- 
•ti*.: 1-balf.w P.iilin". Ack .o •;. i«~d tobolb« 

taoll.ptClOtbSABd W.II-AiipOlulBd boll Id 
010 ba rooud lor BALLS, I i>\URRi», BOOIAL 
PJJ»JI»«. fOLITXi ,li or TBADgVjdt'ET- 
THOIh For l.rm. «p D ly to M. V. aiEVEBB Irum 
S*. w. HUdorkd^li. jylil 




SEWING MACHINE, 



18 TUE ONLY 



"COMBINATION" 

PDe.. It makes tbe popular "Look Bliob, sod l» 
told at pile i 

$15 or S20 Lower 

Tbns uny otber. Ex-iinine aad ladse for your 
•jelven. 
mrHtirt* S3T K.-nirty ttre.t. ». P. 




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THOMAS W. BREE, 

*m UABDFAUTURKBI 
^T — AUD— 

^^T BKPAIBF. B 

£$ DRU("si°Bfl"JOS. 

W — AND— 

ulliCU A1TSICAL IXUTBBMESir 

ESTABLISHED IN 186S. 

m9~ l.i»tiona pt»«n on tbe Bnnio and Dram. 54S 
M IP''. ION HTKEET, between Eirat and Second 

'-.. B.— Fina-tooed Silver 80I0 Baajoa for Pro- 
aaalonala alwaya on band. :al,1 tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL KllfDS OB THE FINEST OAhDY 
made at oar Steam Candy Faotorf daily. All 
order*, oapeolally from lb* country, are BoIlotUd 
aad will bo promptly attended to. 

OANTY A WAGNER. 
1AT Unngromary at., omp HorUr 



MRS. UPKAlR HENDEE. 

|^LA.^tV0VA^T ANO MAGNKTIO PHTST- 
> CI\N, h ■!,,!■, 1 lit Bne-b •itiret. Room 4"> 

Offi.-w t u ■-■-,: -.-:, :. Mid iui PC'BL C 
SKANOrTH l har'iisy and Batorday «TaD'nga; »lao 
•it Lin ja for bvlsua. Jul-' lm 



HALL'S 

X l lA ' 

P A R 

S A? R| L 
A R L A 

yellow' 

DOCK 

AND 

IODIDEcf POTASS 

THE BEST BEAUriFIEB OF TBE 

COMFI.BXION 

I:. >■•. Oorm FlroplM. BolH. BlotobM, B bto- 
matUm and Marourial I'liina. For »la by All 

J'roprletora, 
Cor. BsoaoaBO and ("oaaaatrclol Mo. 
BOLE AOENTB FOB 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
Webfoot Pills. Jul" « 



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Dr. Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEIHES, 

No. SZH Pucldc atrcrt. 

rpBB BEST AND MOST COMMODIODS ES 

X tabli&bmant of tba kind, efffier io Rp ?&• o 
America. OonTantent and aeparate ppartmonbi. 
B&tblng by Gtenm, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Uedioatad Watura. Suites of rooma in be aaua 
bailding for u.'lveta palionia. _^_____^^_ 



TO LOVERS OFSQrtGAHD SOCIAl INJDYME-lT 

A M«lccl Frrt-.iii'J.Kiiay ml the 



CHARING 



4r 



SALOOJG. 



Ui\U MISSION ST., TWO 
UvU Bacon«., every Satnrd 



DOORS FROM 

j eTenlna;. Obalr 

»0 p.m., aharp. 0. W. Brown, Oheirmeja 

», Wliint, t'.ihoBS. Lll!]i»n]«, pW]F nlgbb 



Doinga.Onll and Figaro e. 
PnngboB and Liyuora ■•«»<*•.„. 
da'Jfl tf . J. EAOI. EH. Pronator, 



BR. JORDAN'S 

CREPT ANATOMICAL KUSEUffi, 

And Collet« of Medicine. 

1^1 IUU\ BEAUTIFUL AND 1NBTRUOT- 

IViUUU Ivo objects 10 bo a-en. Open to tbe 
PablioDAY AND NkiHT, at F.UHEKA HALL, 
UIB Montgomer- etmot. FOB H£N ONLY.*** 

~*9- De. JosDAK'a bita: v Orwei, oppoal 

Harhtntra'Kair. 91 I Oaarvatraat aa 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

RELTPF TO HHfPPLI'B.-THIi*' 
Brea* suoceas attending tbeE? 
THujofDR "ALL'S CORN AM' 
BUNION oVh F. h»« oreat«d cor E 
atorDuiinn amongat tbeonro'dec- 
tora Tba public no lorger pay a largo fie for a 
tempnra'v cur«, when a bfty-cent botilo of Dr. 
Hull's K.ineiiy will give immedta'e nlnf and 
nl7o.it a permanent core for tb*- wim*. fomaand 
bun'ona. F. RIDER, Agent, 

juO iT S. F.cor Bohand Dnirontett. _ 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAKiH 
andalt kindaof SHELL FISH 
SUlla Nob. *0, At, 49, nalffornli 



MarW 

Pub 
from 1 



■ *», '.'»nfornl\ - ~ 
OalHnmia streaL - 



_ l., . :ap?li«l 

. M. I A-iiea" and Gentlontan't 
is 1 1 a to Q r.x- &&R If j 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Oor. alostcomer; and Pin* •treeta. 

f MWENBE VARIETY OF .JAPAN A CBINA 
I Oooda. floe Fretub Fancy Articles etc., etc. A 
lartie Xct of flneSQI in BOLD JEWELr-V. 

AlHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINE LY EOT NIBBED ROOMS, SIN- 
gl a or In eo.lt*, 

W«M IaIbKmhI u"»d V«ntll«t«d. 

_ . Rtamiftiai 
_. witfacat beard, 
«1* ft«.h «tf*#.*. 



o*aaa.ety-. Oasuady. 

MA. MEBOER, SDCOKSSOB TO O. B. 
. Maroar, Whr u r utail 

.'.-i'.ur.r. ' • ■: ;'.;ct! i'J '*" ' 

straw. Baa FrAOOlMO EaUbliabad 16U. Urdar. 
ailad to Any otact M < 



PIGARO. 



B JOUBNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 



-i«bed rrary Day 'Q the Yo« by 
3=»- BOGARDUS 

—AT 

t Merchant and 535 W auhlogton St* 

Below Montgomery, San Francisco. 



MONDAY JOLY 29, 1872 



A Pretty Picture ot New York. 

Tb« New York Clipper's poetical con- 
tributors ire generally of the maBcnlar or- 
der. There's not too much eentimeot in 
them. It has one of the name of "Dobbd," 
(prelty name, " Dobbs "} who contributes 
somo lines headed "Iuaaiiity," which em 
body much troth aod Bbarp satire. They 
are worth republishing. We bare a few 
poor lanatio) in jail who are scon to be 
tried : 

Hurrah for Naw York, with Us jaitlce and law, 
Hurrat) for Ao« York, witblls D»tL bond* of »tr»w; 
Tii tbo jp-od KJd ondfl lor cut ihrjat *nd tbiarei. 
Backed op ny » piwcr tbat oer«r deceivaa ; 
Commit mardtr with car-bocks, rob od lq« bigh- 



Braak bona«a bj olgbt, pick pool 

Ala 



a bv dar: 

TtDgeinca, break hoaaaa for 



Break haadaout o 

S*iq: 
It's all rtfbt intbaand. tor tbet'U Bad son in- 



' Ti« a reusing dafaoce. 'lie a bs-utifn! p!o ., 
Acd with a anart Uwjer will tooa irt'.joa free.. 
No ma' ter what orlma you may ciiaoco to commit, 
Thtaelaarlo dofacon io roor case will j net fit; 
Yoa ma; kill a policeman U tbo way ot a Joka 
(For an offloor'i akuil was jest made to ba bnka ) 
Batjoar lawjar will oliow tbat yoa can't ha to 

btame. 
He knows fifty (f .reasons why you are insane. 

What's the o» of a country unleia tt Is free T 
Who feats to do a orlmo wben he has a safo ploa i 
What on la a lawj or without tl-nly ol law T 
Who carta f>r Indiotmante wood itu'r.'a always a 

daw ? 
Who's afraid of a I rial, wben ion plainly can i 
That tbe Jory a'* o:aij— thn;'il nor. r agree. 
Wito a lonat o ludgc— 
Erea jaatlce ber net) 

Rath Pi OCf rdlnif, 

The San Jose Merourr of Saturday says: 
.Miss Ados Meblig, the famed piani-t who 
has created quite a furore in Sad Francisco 
musical circles, will gfre two coneerts in 
this oily next week, assisted by other musi- 
cal talent Her agent will be down in a day 
or bo and make all tbe necessary arange- 
menta, 

We thought that Miss Anna Meblig played 
the piano for money, but it appears that 
she is willing to go as a musical missionary 
into the wilds of Sau Jose, where there is 
no prospect efLer, making her hotel ex- 
pellees. 

A Cat and Mourn* Story. 

We liud the following in an exchange: 
A est with one kitten, in Marion county, 
- brought a mouse to her offrprfng the other 
day for its noon-day meal, but the kitten a- 
dopted the young stranger for a playmate, 
and since tbat time tbe three have lived on 
the most amioable terms together. 

The mouse oau't get away or he certainly 
would d o so. 

He who receives a good turn should never 
forget it: he w]afj£fa k .0ne anon id 
remembflb 

To Thoeo who Are Hald. 

Do not tall lo oall at 218 Bush street (Mercan- 
ule Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Harden'* Hair Restorative. r 



X*llOto«rraplilc Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
-is! lery, 3. Third street between Stovenson and 
\Uasian streets, v 



An Old Landmark, 

Tbe Terandab Oigar 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 the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc a 



loore, 

Formerly of Rubs House Oarrlagr-S, can be 
found In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest comer B h and Mont- 
gomery sis., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates, bo 



Comic Sonar. 

No more you need be troubled with flies, 

Ho mere need yon use p j'.mod — 
Just bay yourself a Hooslcr Trap, 
Fop go (he flies In, 
Hoosler Fly Catcher Factory, 910 Sixth street. 



Up In a Balloon, 

An aeronaut named Prof. Sterner made an 
ascent at Cuiosgo on the 4th, ot which the 
following description is given : Tbe athlete 
held by one leg as be left the tevol of the 
earth. To the loud Bhouts that arose from 
the crowd he replied wi i h cool, derisive ges- 
tures. At tbe height of a thousand feet he 
performed a Bomereanlt, and lay horizon- 
tally across tbe bar. As the ascont continued 
he performed a variety of feats, coding 
when nearly the heigbi of a mile bad been 
reached by sliding head downward from the 
liog and catching bis toes upon the bar. 
After keeping this poeition for awhile, he 
carefully drew himself op, seated himself 
upon tbe bar, and thrusting bis bands and 
feet through the loops, so continued f»r the 
remainder of the voyage. The atmosphere 
was almost too fresh for comfort upon tbe 
surface of the earth, but at tbe height of a 
mile and a half, which was soon reached, tbe 
cold became intense. The traveller began 
to suffer from the ohaoge in temperature, 
bis exertiODB being past. He was alone in 
the heavens. Clouds were around him, and 
occasionally a field of mist passed beneath 
his feet. From below only tbe great gray 
body of the balloon was visible. These who 
looked intently could just espy a little speck 
below it— that was all. A I ire -preserver had 
not been appended. Tbe balloon was soon 
carried ovor tbe lake. The alarmed naviga- 
tor loosed the sandbags, hoping to descend 
into another strata of air which would carry 
him landward, and also allowed tbe escape 
of a certain amount of gas. The descent 
was at first Blow, and the shore grew farther 
and farther distant. Numbness was gradu- 
ally oreepiog over the adventurer's limbs. 
Nothing could be seen beneath him but the 
glittering surface of the water. The last 
weight was loosened, and a large part of tbe 
gas having esoaped, the balloon began to de- 
scend rapidly, and at last struck the water 
about two miles from shore. Cold as the air 
had seemed, the water which closed over his 
head for a moment sent shiverB through his 
exhausted frame and made him almost help- 
less. The wind was blowing freely at the 
surfaoe, and took the strange craft along 
with it. His course seemed to be parallel 
with the shore, and for some time he could 
not tell whether he was nearing it or was 
becoming more remote. Being encumbered 
by the cord of the trapeze, he disentangled 
himself, cut it loose from the balloon, and 
clung to tbe ring and network. Steam tugs 
and oiher smaller craft were moving briskly 
about, but kept on their several ways un- 
heeding. After having drifted a mile or 
two, a train of oars was just leaving the city. 
Taking a white handkerchief from his pocket 
he wrung it and waved it in the air. The 
signal was at once responded to. A hundred 
bandkerohiefs were seen fluttering from the 
windows and platforms, like flags of succor 
and"good oheer. The trafc ran rapidly, but 
tbe balloon kept pace with it. The interest 
of the passengers io the fate of the being 
whose fate seemed sealed was heartfelt and 
intense. Just as the cars ran into Kenwood 
etation tbe balloon approached the shore at 
a perilous speed. The aeronaut was thrown 
violently against a projecting pier, and 
dragged through the surf for fifty feet be- 
fore his craft could be secured. He was res- 
cued still with cold and badly bruised, and 
taken to a house near by, where he was put 
to bed. Bested and recuperated, he return- 
ed to the city in tbe evening. 



The New York correspondent of tbe Paris 
Figaro gets $35,000 a year. 



A Timely Present, 

At tblfl f eatire season, a dozen of Sqaarxa's ez- 
qaUitely flavored punched form a moat appropriate 
present, the egg no« pnooti saves a great deal of 
t/ooble. and ia compounded with great skill. His 
Camoaaaimpoeinmiaat '*) Hi d»adoro*. and is pro- 
aided over by A. Bona, his wortbv successor. 



Aa&anlrijt lieturned In One !>«.>- 

And we never disappoint, at tbe What Onset 
Laundry. 

Pepoelt your Money. 

WHh tbe Land Mortgage Union, interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 123 Post street. 
open on Saturday evenings trout? to 9 o'olookjr 



Brodle's Wondeifal Rbeamatlc Care. 
It Is no humbug. Take my advloe— tb; it. 
It gives immediate relief, and when used ac- 
cording to directions, never falls to cure. 



*' Bosedale 

Potts Militftire." by BtadMdt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence- Barrett. Price 60 cents, it Ghat's 
Music Store, 623 and 625 Clay street. • r 



Origin of Popular Tones. 

When and bow tunes became popular is a 
somewhat curious theme for reflection. We 
wake np some fine morning and hear almost 
everybody whi-tliog a melody we havenever 
beard befom. We wonder whence it came 
and think how pretty it U, and while we are 
pondering on tbe subject we find ourselves 
takiog up tbe strain and adding onr mite 
towards increasing i!s circulation. Before 
the day ii over tbe streets resemble grottos 
of bricks and mortar echoing t> the shrill 
pipings of unfeathered songsters. In a week 
what bad been a thiog of beauty, promising 
to be a joy forever, becomes an intolerable 
bore, and we wonder how we ccnld have 
ever seen anything to admire in the dreary, 
commonplace thiog. As length it ceases as 
auddeuly as it began, and Earth knows it no 
more. Now the mystery is, who first began 
to whistle it? It must have had a begin- 
ning, and yet it comes upon ns bo suddenly 
from a thousand lips at onoe, and appears in 
full bloom without having budded. But this, 
tltongh strange, ia less so^tban the sudden- 
ness with which it ceases to be beard. Who is 
the Ust man who whistles a popular melody? 
The same mystery enshrouds him as attaches 
to a dead donkey, the wbioh, it ia popularly 
believed, bas never been seen by man. And 
yet there must exi?t such a being. But 
wben he, too, has deserted the negleoted air, 
it breaks forth in a new form, and acquires 
a fresh lease of life through tbe agency of 
tbo barrel organ, and is listened to with a 
pleasure akin to tbat which bailed its first 
appearance; and through this agency it long 
remains a welcome friend. 



To> Bad. 

Bierce, formerly Town Crier of the News 
Letter, has started a Town Crier depart- 
ment in the Loudon Figaro. The News 
Letter now publishes one column of the 
the Town Crier and fills up the other with 
extracts from Bierce's contributions to tbe 
London Figaro under the head of "Our 
Late Town Crier." This is cruel. The sil- 
ly attempts at smartness in tbe Town Crier 
column appear at a shocking disadvantage 
when placed side with the really smart par- 
agraphs of our late "Town Crier.' - " The only 
satisfaction that Mr. Harriott has is that 
they don't cost him one tenth part as mnoh 
as Bierce's. They are cheap and often 
npsty. 

Canse for Fear. 

A little girl remarked to her mamma on 
goiug to bed, " I am not afraid of tbo dark." 
"No, of course you are not," replied her 
mamma. "I was a little afraid once, when 
I went into the pantry once in the dark to 
get a tart." " What were yoa afraid of?" 
asked her mamma. "I was afraid I could 
not find the tarts." 



A Beautiful Peroration. 

Au actual peroration of an Alabama law- 
yer's plea in a recent assault^ and battery- 
cage was as follows : "Let th^harmless ass 
crop the thistle of tbe valley I ■ Let tbe sa- 
gacious goat browse npon tbe mountain's 
brow, but men of tbe jury, I say that John 
Gundle is not guilty." 



Dear Me I How Slie Faints I 

N. B. — Use Diokey's famous Obshz dx Lib 
and they oan't see It. h 

Hair Jewelry made to Order. 
H. A, Oallender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 63 
Second street. San Franolsco. n 



Oysters, 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a acreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er wbioh tbe waters softly fell, 
Made that window feem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go in here— 
It looks bo nice— and try their chetr." 
"All right," I said, "I must sgree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
Mo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish — 
Said they had almost any dlah 
That we mignt name. We found it true, 
And cooked magnificently, too; 
All kinds of ojsters, juicy, fat, 
Ooosed every style; jnst think of tbat, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
The, 'd clam land crabs aud terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
Tbat cosy placeaUkindBOf gamo. 
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 Beem, 
That tiiey have here the best Ice cream; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they oall "buchsice dinners." 
Whoever doubts this let bim ruab 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
Aod there this truth he'll nnd made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 BuBh street, above 
Montgomery; open Pay and Night. 

CHARLES HAAKE, Proprietor. 



ir You Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
sot spoiled, send them to tbe What Oheer Laun 
drrT 

Oyster Traae. 

Tbe oyster trade In California is aseumlng 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Carvllle, of the 
Saddle Boek, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
hi own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
lyBters to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters nave a fame wbioh 
bas extended all over tbe continent, and the 
' ' Saddle Bock" 1b known srverywbera, Q 



A. Pleasant ljoeation. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Oentral location, should visit tbe Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne building is a verv nne one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. •' 

rJOO x*aijra ot Socks, 

At all prices, at! he What Oheer Laundry. • 

Dr. Barlow J. eSniitn 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commeL-jlng at 7Jj, at his 
Hygelan Hall, 637 California Bt„ and examines 
patients phrenologicaliyaa to health. The best 
and cheapest place in California for a Biok per. 
Bon to net well. *£~ 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS* 



10,000 Useful Articles 

THAN AT AST OTHEK STOKE, 

AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Mens' Clothing, 



OHE^.E»33n. 



THAN AT ANT OTHEE STOHE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNYSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERY KIND OF 



Housekeeping Goods, 



LBA.FBEI 



THAN AT ANT OTHER STOKE. 



TAN SCHAACK & COS, 



KEARNY 8TREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 



Toilet Articles, VERY HANOYJOR FOLKS. 



THAN AT AST OTHEE STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEAUNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 



FANCY GOODS, 



03EZZ3i 

THAN AT ANT OTHEE STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Pacific Stone Company. 

npHE PACIFIC STONE OOMPAWY OALL 
A the especial attention of AroBiteotB. Engin- 
eer*, and the Dablio in general, to th» SUPERIOR 
QLTALIlYof the Stone now being manufactured 
by toem in tbiaoitr nnd«r tba Bansome Patents. 
Tbey make to order and keep in stock: 
Hnlldlue Front*. Water Pipe, 

MIdUi, Mo a a men te. Fountain*, 

llles, Copings for 'Walla, 

Filters, etc., etc.. 

Together with Ransome's celebrated Free-Grit 

GriDdBtonee, oil of which we guarantee anperior, 

and at a prioe Tar below that o( band-out work. 

mrThe attention of private parties intending to 
build is roirjectf oily solicited. 
Offloe, No. IO BTJSB STREET. Sin Franoisoo. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERSI 
FOAMING SURF! MONSTER SEA LIONS 1 

A.PFETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUKCHEf. 
DIXXEBS AXD 8UPFEBS. 

BRING YOITR WIFE! 

imi>G YOUR FAMILY! 

It KINO YOVK LADT FRIKrVDS 
And enjoy a view of the FINEST OCEAN PANO 
RAMA IN THE WORLD, all in Bight of 
the world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet o white-winged meaeengera entering 
from every part of the commercial world. 

a*- New Line Basses, oonneoting with. Street 
Oars at Lone Mountain every IS minutes hereafter 
for the Cliff Houte. Fare lb cents. 




CALIFORHIA_RESTAUr.MT 

NOS. CIO, Bie AND 4*14 MONT- 
gomery street, near Merchant-— 
iLadies' Saloon connected with the Hn 
taurant. 

Bill ol Fare. 

Ice Cream or Coffee FBKE te 
any person Spending *0«. 

Seup, with Fish or Rroaota 15o l 

Two JBffce 15c 

Three Xgye C»c 

Smelta or Salmon, with Coffee ISO 

Steaks or Ohope, with Tea or Ooffee. . .lfio 

Sirloin Steak, do 30o 

Freeh Oysters, Raw or Stewed TSe 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer 100 

Bottle of Claret Wine 15o 

Pies, Pudding or Oaket So 

Oat MsaL Mash er Cracked Wheat.... So 
Ooffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Olaas of 

White or CQarat Wine «, 5o 

del-tt JOHN REGAN, ProprlaterT 



iZSSfti £R& ^SH 

BRANCH OF THE 

California Restaurant 

WILL OPEN Off 

Saturday, 13tla instant. 

At as Montgomery street, 

Opposite tbe Lick Houee. It will be a first-olaaa 
Restaurant. 

jyl2tf J. REOAN, Proprietor. 



COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AND 
^ Mission street oars take you to No* 3 Seeoad 
street. Kearny, Suiter, and Oentral cars take 
yoa to 1*1 Kearny street 

Our T-cco Stores, 

Where yoa can be anpplied with SHIRTS and al 
kinds of BURNISHING GOODS and TOILET 
ARTICLES at prices lower than most stores can 
afford to aetl them for. 
■9" Call aod satisfy yonrservea. 

B£NK1)ICT <fe CO. 




apfttf 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and nude 
to ORDER, 

—AX— 

L. BLAIR'S, 

O Kearny street. 



RACINE HOUSE, 

No. 10S3 Kearny «*., 

SAN FRAHOISOO. 



THE ABOVE HOTJ8E 18 OONVKHUWT^j, 
to .11 the ete&mboU l.adinta, boBjn«8.« 
portion ol th» oitt, »nd tho ,rinolp»l.plaot« M. 
of amusement. Bent ol ■oummidHeDi •■_ 
lowest prices ReBtenrant atuoaod to tbe hona^ 
wben the beat of board oan be had on the reatao- 
rantplan. OPEN ALL, NIGHT. 
ja24 1i» J. BKKEB8TAFF. Proprietor. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 



Stirs. Illordan 
Begs to announce to her friends and ladles 
San Francisco that, owing to nnexpeoted 
cews froaa the East, she Is compelled to relln- 
t oish her bnainees at once. She will dit pose of 
uer large and elegant <=tock of millinery goods 
•t sacrificing prices. 13* Kearney street. q 



JLf©vor uckle Suspondera, 

At $1 pe. ^alr — 26 per cent, obeaper than else- 
where—at the What (Thw Tjuinrtry. 

X>r. Doherty 

. Has derated his study more particularly to 
ooronlo and peciflo practice, and as such la 
now tbe most successful ot any Physician in 
San Francteoo. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorff, a few doors below What 
£h a House. 



Removal. 

Newell's Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
4 n Immense business for the past year though 
hidden away up two flights of stairs. New It 
has come out in fall view of everyone and la es 
tabllshed at 136 Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel building, aod is now fast monopolizing 
all the fashionable enstom of tbe city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect llttlng 
ahirtsatlow prices, and Newell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of our best citizens, B 



Et la Perfectly Astonlshlnn; 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Oheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 i_n. returned the same evening If do 
Hired. Z 

Near York Dry Goods store, 

818 Stockton street, between Cliy aud Sacra- 
mento, reoeivee new goods dally from Kew York 
auctions ery cheap. Remsmoer the rumbftr.* 



Reduction in Gas 

THE SAN FRANCISCO GAS 
COMPANY 

tTEBEBY GIVES NOTICE T3AT THE Gov- 
ernment Tax of -> cents per thousand feet 
hariDg been removed, tbe price of Gas on streets 
wbioh arc eopplied by opposition companies will 
be replaced, from and after the FIRST DAY OF 
ADGCST, to 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other atreeta tba prioo will be rednced. from 
same date, to THREE DOLLARS ASD FIFTY 
OnNTS >$J 50) per Thousand Feet. 

JOS. O. EASTLAND, 

J.'2't! Secretary. 



[£j 



THIS AT MY OTOEB STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STR«T, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOOD NEWS. 

IF YOU WANT A FIRST-OLASB «t 

French Meal, go the ^ttBmfli 

Esperance Restaurant, uSEmt 

Which has maintained its reputation for tbe last 
twenty year* as the leading Fraooh Restaurant ia 
tDis city. All delicao.ee of the season a -e always 
to be obtained, and none bat PKOKiCtiSIoNAL 
FKENOH OOOKSareamployed. 

Hoard by the Week 86,00 

Single Meals, with Wine OO 

J. LEOLERO 
647 Commercial street, two doors below Kearny. 
.ylltf T— 



GOODS ol EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAN AT AST OTHER store, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KAMI STREET OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR 8OOIETK8, AND TOE PRO- 
fesaion general!, -The nnderjla; ned ben M 
Inform all in need of PLAY BOO SB and STAN- 
DARD DRAMAS that he la oonetanlly Moehm 
the Lateat Publication! from aH Amerloaii Mj« 
English Housee. Address all orders to R.M. ED- 
WARDS (iateD. E. Appleton * Oo'a). S«>8 and 
510 Montgoraer. street. Ban Franeiaco. 
Oatalognes fnrniahed on application. >p HP 



REMOVAIj 
J. CORIN, TRUNK 

HA8 REMOVED FROM OORKKK ur BUJ 
mer and Montgomery atreete to No. »« 
MONTGOMERY bTRKKT, between Pin; M 
Bneh. opDOBite the Rose House. apt Im 



Dr. J. H. Tufford, 

PHYSICIAN FOJt THE TREATMENT OF 
Dieoaaea of tba Ear, Threat and Lan»r« by In- 
tvaiation of Atomiwd Mediotajea, the only po-ltl**. 



our* for Deainess, Oataarh. BrootttUU;. «- 
Consumption, eto. Examination F&EB. mr ~-- 
1 SB Kearny s treat, Offloa boura from 8 A.M. te 

Sf.k, Jtj8 1 



DASH AWAY STABLES, 

119 POST ST., BET. KBABNT1 
ll«ud Dupont. — Rook* way* and* 
Bu-urieaoD tba most ra&aooabl* iarma. 
Ladias' and Geatl*nun*s HaddU H-wses 
always on band. Particular altantwB- - 

paid to Boarding Horaea. MflCi tfffl U 



«y. 



oners* 



kMBKiu sotn 






x _ no« 
• t - 

IXL Aicnoi Sum. 

• I. ■ II — M ilt 




• •.» nuMBoe, at 01.0 at jilt r». i*ii 



V*L ITL-lt. l«. 



MONTGOMERY'S 

HOTEL, 

try *»« a-va «* , - . .1 , 



lUtMM 
leek*. I— U <w 



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NOTICE! 

I TUPATERS ANO VOTERS 



N1W ALHaIBBA TMATB1. 






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l_.ri»t ~\X7ool%>. of tlao Oront 

Simmons & Slocum's Minstrels! 



THE CHAMPION ORGANIZATION OF THE WORLD 

I ' « *• « IM Or THI <MUUT 

(•ol IJurc-... K.tMapUi (>m"«U«. aad is. *••■! DAM* ■"*■. 



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■■MS l« O f as,Bts>er a**»ar-4 «f 

^■■■iilln In Ik- lift. 

t^t^BL^-- * u ■ 

NOTICE XO 

BOYS AND GIRLS. 

TM« nrTT-OBWT PIHC1L MIARFIKU. 
tarlk««v>*| kSMlGk^l.MIOflMHl* 

•9 «• NMirMtam 4*4 Ag.at, JAB. ■TOTT 
^ jaswrw 

IflrORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS 

Tabuwarr nito Houamoi.D nooM 
• ' .'.r, lii m; ii— fn>M "huh 'h. iilvcr to 
wwm. mm k» r« pl. t ,, la m. iMtl m4 .am *,.- 
••» ».*-•- •< Ik* UAH FRANCISOU IHILD 
AKD R1LVER RLATIRa WOKKA 
•*» MlMtM llfMt, Vet. R*W MoAlfAM- 



KtlllTtl •••' 

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»«►•■». • mimhi miinuu 
lll.lt >milMa 

A). | ( . I ■ II »• *l I I ..A 

x. Ill MUX 

i ii in. Sulton and th<< Iniirc Company 

I • 1 1 i Boi load Olio. 



T1IK I.1.KAT OO 

t > v > I : v» in > i || <i|- LAlMiMTKH. 



i-H*»i «■ » »FTTON 



THEI 



.IC3- BUG. 



BILLY SWEATltf AlVrS BALLADS 

IrMBLE JIO WELCH AND BICE 




-a.1^13 OUT 

AWKAT-IAM. vli'IEr tUDBLOOUM. 



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OTKETI IK 



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TRIX! TBIXI TRIX! TBIXI 

BAM COOL BVROFAK 

PHIIRRI K ADD RYM\N l MR.OURRY J. ROBINR-OV 

VKWH V lUbriN R > HIS SON J UhTlUK OP PKAOK J. H. MURPHY 

n *. RUT. ..._.. ■■_.._-- ^ ■ ■ - -- . . - ^ * J * ' I.K V ^' ■ _• > ' ' ! II \ N N ^ H . . ^^__^^J0HyRI^H 

WLDNLoDAY BYCK1N0, July i9th— Pint AppeWAnoe of 

lVaCFL. BOB HAR-T 

ThA Ttiinh.hU Ethiopian Oom'diaii, *nd 

DELAHANTY c*3 HEIVGLBR. I 

The Gr«*t Double Song and Daoc» tfeo. 
%T All Blll» HjaiD-i lb* AlhAmbrft TbA«tr« mimt D8 pr«cent«d hr»r**ft«r on Monday, 
lb* PUvno u#4 u from the hoaee of EobJer, ObAM * Co., 63S OUt ctreet, *cenU (or the oelefantod Ohiokerlnf P!»lo 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



t (ir.<«l T.rlrl) Show F.T*ry Xl«ht! 

OFCRA BllVllr M'l.I I MIUCB. 

KllfMHtLSr. NEORO ACTS 

OITIMATB DHA tUK-AX. 



■*■ a»j>l«>i»«7llcl rro.rAium* 

romnn MA-rrxAaxjC 



XOMMV M . I \ I i- 1 I I. I IN 

Tim Jir. n. 



»ii*v ilnsaMI ••.•! r»«i>l.r 
Ra«Ag«Al*«l «f 



Till mil) >OU)IAT 



Mii> Hay Leroy, the Popalar D»n»enw. 

LOOK AT OUH ARRAT OF 

ATTiTlVlTAXjU T-'Vll.ElIVr 

I'V \ RI1.TA. IhA flM-Mlnf Torallat. 

I.m-iar. Il'mllU, laa rmmmlmr n-ll.rtl.l. 

I'ARII* Wll.l.l". 1>. »...iir.i R>ll>il <lM<r. 

< I.AKA <nm. Ik. nnuur V,..n.|. 
1.17.7,111 WCKKKI.I.. ik« UKtosM TnalW. 

■ORB Tltl'llT.lb Hn,i..i T. n> . 
FANNY WCUTII, Ik. (lt>r«Ur Aon, Arllat*. 
Tecktbkr with 
M AT COLEMAN. "•' < h.r.rl.r Artr.H. ] 

TO NK.HT 

THE SOCIAL EVIL. 

Wb. Adam* O. H. Po*to r 

Polle*m«a Harry D*'OT 

rlrrani Harry Howard 

Mlotaaal Rifllay Tboa. Mol^DgUia 

Poie MajHald Clara StAn 

Mr*. L«Tl Kanny Wabtter 

folly .Louia« Hannin 

Anoi" Hat L«r_OT 

Jtanio Ourte Wifli* 

Otber obertMUn bribe OenpAB*. 



To conotnda with 

DIVORCE. 

Jacob Baoiii*' o H. Foeler 

Ham aal Jacob H arry D*ror 

R*fph Ho.ieydne , Harry Howard 

OUn SUrr 

' 1 ^5 ,al,# SttBBtn 

IN PRKPARATTOW- 

The San Francisco Milliner! 

ADMIMION SS.CenU 

Entraooa to PnvaU Boxca on Haltar alrcaL 



TBB MODEL LODQ1N0 IIOL <*l «. 

PACIFIC HOUSE?-' .'LZZrVL? 
6LYAHPIC H0USE,"^«'::~V^I 

*sMlai RALSTOlf A OOTRKLU 



lYIagary A Co., successors to Harvey M. Lockwood & Co. 

SFIiETSTDirO ASSORTMENT OF 

Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 

• ORB PBIOE. No. a»l KF.AKNT RTKKET, BKTWBEN BUR All B U TI' CB . 



I WANT TO TELL TOU I 

WHRRE TOD 0A«F~i OBT A OLA8S OF 
WHIUKKY, At th» OAP8TAN HALOOlf. 
oom.r of MI.^HI.iN AND HI'KAR. Th« bMt o 
WId.9, Liquor. And Oix.ru. 
jell In J. B. J0NR8, Proprl.tuf . 



HAS ARRIVED! 



AT.nmTiaoTxr'a 



Great Panorama 

0»^— 

The Chicago Fire 



3,700 SQUARE FEET OF CANVAS 



FERNANDEZ & AGJIRRE, 

PABHIOKABLK HITTERS, NO. llflH POST fJfBaw 
■ iroflt. n*ar Kftamy. n 1 «■ 

A Via* Assortment of Hate aad Oapt ^H[ 

CwBalBBtlr oa baud. ^^^^ea. 

B» HaU aUrde to order And renorAted In the ceatett etyle. 

rieiijucK mot majcufaotobt. 




■Tha o«>rt ELKOATT 0U8TOM WORK IN TDK OITY 
\ tad euaioe goad* aod vrtOM. BEER9 A HAYN ARD 
m g ea iiii eb i ee t, oae door eoatb of BoaaVll 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
withichronlc Rheumatism- 
Was cured by 

IDR. AtXTTXaXaESXI. Sr, 

in ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific, street. 

UKrERKXCKH. 

Ja\ O. NatBtAs, Ka«., vz-Ohiof Bosloeer, Tit 
Waibinitiu ■trcet.-Ol.roDio BroncbilU. 

Koban N«lmi.n, 11* OrcanwioQ «tr 'at— Aathoia. 

Cbarle* I.natar. 1a • llAok driver, cor Uanry and 
Markat Btr«ota-p4rAly«la 

J. H. CJ.'ark", lata Health Inspector— Diafocss of 
longs.at.dlDg. 



ANOTHER PROOF -I, THE U.N'DERSIGN- 
ed. tatto pUaaora in inf j-rnwi*c tbe >mli[in [bat 
I ha¥« In <■■> cured of iiarnljuin of ov r rjin* rvara' 
aland u* by DR. M VIA F.K. SR., No. OOS Moot- 
gomer/ alroot. (tSiKOod) 

ORO. HITKRSON, 
Oarpftit*r And Ballmer. W3 OtemeailDft ttrset. bi- 
tweeeThid and Fourtb. 



FRENCH MUTIML PRQViDEKT 

Sayings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

■flf" A klWldead of Nine per cent, per 

enoam set (i» per o*ni.) apoo t >* oparAiiona of tbe 
Frsaob. bATloga and Loan Sooier.y for the eli 
moa'baen'ling June 29tta, VM, h&«. In conformity 
wltn the report of tbe Gommiitco of Ver. float Ion 
appointed by tbe mambore of tbe Society, been 
declared by tbe Board of Adminlit-ation, At the 
Hami-Annoftl Hcetinir bald on tbn itiib m«i. Thin 
dividend will ba payabln on and after tbe 18th iott, 
At tboolBooof the Sooiety, 411 Bueh street. 
UUSTTAVE MaKK, 
jj20 Im Director of Freoch 8uylogs Bank. 

LADIES, READ THIS! 

T\0 NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE IM- 
posed opon any longer by Dorcbasiog TXjCK 
MAEKIRN wbiob Are neither durahla nor 
prsct daI. Before puobAiiog one, try Graff A Go's 
make, and If yon have one Already that <■ not Graff 
A Oo'a make, throw It away, get A good one, and 
yon will save both time and money. Tbesatf-reg- 
iaUring slldee ol Graff A Oo'a TUOK MARKER 
ere invaluable, and ought to be eiaaioed by all 
ladles. r. H Willi. 

8o> Agent and Hannfaotaror, 
jyl8 lm No. 6«« Bacramento at. (ap stairs.) 



DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON, MAGNETIC HKAI.ER- 
Dr. M. baa bean highly anocesafnl to iroating 
Psrahei*. Deafoeea, Debility, And Idi'1 •.minatory 
Dlaeasae, acnte or obronio. of all tbe orgaoa of 
the. body.' Diaeaa'a of Ladies treated with tbe 
utmost aeltoncy. 

MRS. ALBERT MORTON, OLATRVOTANT 
MKDK'AL AND BUSINESS MEDIUM. AND 
PSVCH0MKTRI8T. 

Olairvojant examisatloofl for dis*aee in person, 
or from bair. Spirit oommantoatlons Peyobo- 
metrioal readings of character from letters, and 
aoalyula of ores. 

Mra. Morton'a G aides hava been very aaoooaefnl 
in directing many of tbe leading oil* -ona of Bo'teo 
in M-dieal. Legal and Buainets matters. Uoare 
from 9 a M. to ft p.m. 

11 UPAHRKLLBT,, San Pranoieco. jy?3 Ira 



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THE HIBEENIA SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N. E. Cor. Montgomery and Market 
Streets, 

San Fhanci&CO, Joly 23d, 1972. 

AT A MEETING OF TBE BOARD OF DI- 
reotora of this Society, bold this dar, a divi- 
dend was declared on a'l dsposlte, at tbe rate of 
cght per can* per annnm, for the naif-year ending 
July 2lflt, 137*2, payable immediately, and free of 
Federal tax 
]yA>6 EDWARD MARTIN, Peorctary. 



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THE JOTTB KAL OF AM TT6EMIHT8. 

Published every Day in the Year by 

j . I>_ BOGARD^B 

AT 

SB* Merchant und fi»6 -Waahluaton ate. 

Below Montgomery. San FraBotaoo. 



MONDAY ™ LY 29,1872 



AMUSEMENTS, Et*. 



Metropolitan Theatre. 

jo# atorpbi ia lb* roost topulsr ol itw. Car- 
Uloly tow who bar* Timed bio Franeuco hi« to 
mil ruitsd tt« us • of e lata* poitioo of tb« 
oowuabitr 'MaomCic" was played at the mat- 
inee on Bator**?. Mt»>o in lb* tmtto* to • 
crowdel boose «ftcb time. It will bo preiented 
ones naor* lo-olght wilbjoe Uorpbi ft* P*l Don- 
nelly. 

Alliambrm Theatre. 

ta'Ibl* w*ek will be tbe liei of tbe sngsgsmtnt el 
BlmmoDO A Slocam's Mio'trcla soda programme 
of extraordinary allractfoLB baa b"€n prepared. 
Cool BargCM, wbo la lo lb* wholtaile laughter 
bntlnise, will produce another ' bund>o" lo-nlght 
Charles So'Ux ««d I N. B locum will appear in 
" Tbe Big Bog;" Billy sweet mm will ting lonteof 
bis beat beilad*: TV. Ub iud Hica »illapp er in a 
doubt* jig: Add Riuaaa and bam Rickey in amu- 
sing acta, and ib» onglotl ekstch antMed "Tux." 
will oooolodo the tvaolot'a enteiUiomsoL On 
Wsdnoeday cvimngibroo of ibt trigbtaat aUra 
Id Ibe Minimi profession will make their first ap- 
pierance— Bob Hart, of wkom tvenoaa hie heard, 
and Daiabanty and Hcngler, the in at double song 
end aanoa men. 
California Theatre. 

Large and faabionable audieicts ware preient at 
the oloelng peiformaceea of Aimit'* eta on of 
French Opera Benflo. L»*t nigbt "La Grei.de 
DocbetM" was *,!>•■ In splendid atyle. Thu I bsa- 
tra wul remain closed ft-r about aix weeki, daring 
whiob lime tbe interior will bo remodeled. 
BrliaUalon. 

Tbe reproduction of tbo stirring melo-drams 
entitled "Tbe Gmeof Ltfe," Ibe first arpcirence 
of Mr. and Un. Cterlcs Coriell. "Tbe Africm Cir- 
ca-," and olber at n. hobs presented oo Saturday 
algbt and last right drew overflowing hoasrB_ 
Tbe aame capital bill will b» played tc-wigb*. Tbo 
performance waa long enough, oootiooing till pset 
ILK. Johnny Toare mak*agrJkt fan on the fl*- 
ing trapeze baslni «s la "The Afrka-i Circus," md 
now and than makee a •tanlitg fall from tbe 
perch. 
A me*- lean Theatre. 

A fire firs', part, sparkling interlude, end two 
n)Or,il dramas of tbe day, "Tbe Social Evil" and 
"D.vorce, ' ctowd tbia houtc nightly. 
Mercantile Library Hall. 

Dr. Payne, ibe eminent author and phjeiclan, ia 
now at his private parlors. Rate Bouse, iead to 
coreepecial disraser. Dr. Pains lee area to ni^ht 
again freest Mercantile Library Hal . All lectures 
are parely soientific. Medical and phrenological 
examinations daily. 

Panorama of the Great Chicago Fire. 
Alderson's Penorama[of the Great Obiceao Fire 
baa arrived, and wi 1 be exhibited In Piatt's Hal) 
00 Friday evening next. ThtB paioticg which 
covers ov>r thirty eev«n hundred tqunre feet of 
c j-.tbbb was executed from actual views and draw- 
ings, by Henry 0. Crors, of the Academy of D,-- 
elgo; J. Howard Rogoie, »o»nio aritet of McVick- 
er's Tbe&tre; Henry O. Tryon, scecio or it of 
Wood's Museum ; Henry DrcisBel, ecenioartiet of 
tbe Globe Tneatre, and Thomas Megann, ecenio 
artist ol Oro»bj'e Opera House. The mechanical 
apooiotmentB are by the celebrated John FaaBt of 
tbe Dearborn theatre and Op rt House, a' 1 fa- 
mous artle's In tbeir line. Tbe panorama repre- 
sents Chicago before tfce Are. the city in flimes, 
aod afterwards the ruine. Other aectiona present 
i*we of tbe old cemetery, with its scenes of suf- 
fering represei btiors of the public buildings, 
printing cfQces, tbe water works and other promi- 
nent plv.es. bncceediog tbe3e, are vio*B of tbe 
sains of tbe cbnrche*, the exhibition closing with 
tbe rains of tbe Maseo la Temple by moonlight- 
A lady of Chic-go will deliver a descript ive lec- 
ture, interspersed with appropriate ballad", anec- 
dotes »nd incidents. Tbe approaching anniversa- 
ry of tbiB dreadfcl event which took plate Octo- 
ber 9.h snd 9 b, recalls Its horrifying scones to 
memory, and these will be found faithfully deplet- 
ed in this great panorama. The prices of admis- 
sion have been fixed at the low rates of SO oents 
and 25 oente. and on Saturday afternoon a matlne e 
will be given at half prlcee. 
Pacific Hall. 

A grand tertes of orchestral concerts, under lbs 
direction tf Louis Schmidt and Otcar Well, will 
commence oo Tuesday evening, August 6th, at 
P«;ibo Hal'. During tbe period tbe Calirornla 
Tbeatre Is closed, tbeie concerts will plaasint- 
ly fill the gap tbee left, and Pactflj Ball will be 
crowded by larue and faabi joabls audiencee. 
Tbe names of the soloists engaged for the series 
appear on oar tint page. 
Miss Bote Evans. 

This favorite aotieis loft on Thursday for Hono- 
lolo, 8. !., whence she will proceed by tbe neat 
steamer t j Australia. 

Aiutohicax Musettm.— One of the most 
flOmplale collections of tbe kind in the United 
States, compnring hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) St the Mnrenm oo Montgomery street. An 
boor may be profitably «w»m bar*. 

The Laurel Palftce. 

Id London and Paris ere many beautiful gt- 
looos where wines and other liquid refresh- 
nrtbts are dispensed, eetrch these cities 
through and it la doubtful whether yon could 
find one eqaaUlDg in beauty, tasteful adorn, 
mc-nt and elegance the Laurel Palace, just 
completed by Mr. George Kahmaa , at the north' 
west corner of linen and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like it has ever been seen, never was such 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
Interior Is fltted-np throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magniQ^nt mirrors re- 
n-jct its beauties on all sides. Tbo walls snd 
ceilings are frescoed lo the most artUtlo man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, fligs, and 
dusters of flowers being marvels of ths deco- 
rative art. Tbe wines and liquors are of a 
quality in keeping with the costliness cf the 
saloon. Everything la the beat that money can 
prvenre. Bare vintages of wine, th« choicest 
brandies. 1 th« very best brands of domestic 
spirits m- j found here. A spacious cellar 
runs nnder tbe saloon, and here are stored, in 
tiers, liquors an<i wines in the wood. The 
Laurel Palice will bu a favorite resort for those 
seeking refreshment afcer the theatre and bf 
tween theaetB, a-d wUl be fVmous as a reliable 
plice for the -urchase of ismUy stores In the 
way of win -ud liquors. , 



THE ENGLISH. FB>>- C HA\D OS«- 

MAN ilAMJs. 

Tbe New YotV. Mfrcary tbas aeecribeg tbo 
appearance ol the English, French and Ger- 
man banu\ tori their doings : 

Tbe Ensrllsu. llutd. 

The band of the British Grenadier Caard 
coucertiZud on tho 5ih at the Academy of 
Musio to a very lull but nut taabiuuablu 
house. It was what might be deuut-d as a 
" popular" audience, who grew lrautiu over 
"Auld Lang tijne," "Yankee Doodle," and 
the "SUr Spangled Banner." They raised a 
hubbub also over "God Save tbe Queen," 
which was much stimulated by a large atiend- 
auce of JohuLy Bulls. Tho musicians wore 
red irock coats, well 1 ced, black pantaloons 
with a red stripe, and red fatigue caps with 
round, flat tops, winch they removed while 



playing. All were EDgiiab, Irish or Scotcb. 
Nu coot mental Europeans wero among tuem. 
D*u Godlrey, their leader, is a Iikl Chaired, 
brown-wbisKertd man of fort>-hve, of me- 
oium height and well Bet figure. Lieuten- 
ant-Co onel FiuOyer, eommaoder ol the 
band, is a tall, handsome, polishtd-looking 
man, with a dark mustache and hair tbn.-i.Jv 
Hlvered. Be aat ia citizen's dress iu a Bide 
box. The baDd showed great precioioa and 
excellent training, but played no better than 
many of the oroiie«tras to win -h this city 
has long been accustomed. The concert wan 
lor the benenc of tbe St. G«orge'» Bociety. 
'ibe Britishers departed for tbe laud of 'nit - 
and-'alf oo the 6tb, in the City of Antwerp. 
Foot or five thousand spectators were iu 
waiUitg, and as tbe n.usiuiaoe boarded the 
vessel i Ley were loudly eheered. They soon 
assembled upon tbe forecastle with their in- 
struments, snd played tbe national sirs of 
Ambtica, England snd Ireland. As tbe sbip 
departed tbey played "Anld Lang flyne." 

The French Bund. 

The band ol tbe Freneb Garde Bepubli- 
caine has been in this city daring tbe week 
pUying to large houses. Tbe men are in 
large psrt lit le, swarthy, black b si red fel- 
lows, fifty-four in nnmber. H. Paulus, tbeir 
leader, participated in tbeir leading charac- 
teristics, lie ia a man el tiny, crops his 
dark hair short, and shaves bis moustaohe. 
If he let it grow he wonld mnch resemble 
Loaia Napoleon. He dispenses wilb a ba- 
ton, and leads with his leit fortfifger, using 
frequently bctb hands. The Latin race may 
be called tbe tenor of civilized racee. In 
contrast, tberefore, to tbe rich sonority snd 
mascn iuo blare of tbe Kaiser Franz band, 
the brass Instruments ol the Frenchmen are 
small and mellow, and reeds are numerous. 
The flute and olsricmet soloists sometimes 
combine, and tbeir clearness, precision and 
exquirite melody are enchanting. A young 
cornetiat named Sylvestre is one of tbe fea- 
tures. He is a small, yellow-haired unci 
freckled youth of nineteen, and may in tbe 
future beoome distinguished. At present, 
not-sithstauding th compliments paid bim, 
he la much behind Levy in clearness, pre- 
Disioo and strength. His playing is sol ier, 
and betrays more sentiment, but be fre- 
qnently slurs notes iu difficult passages 
through lack of breath. Toe oniiorm of 
tbe band is a coat and pantaloons of dark 
blue with red tiimmings. Tbeir kepie are 
also blue with a red band. Tbey all carry 
rapiers »itb black leather sheaths. 

The Oermiitt Bond. 

E izer Franz Grenadier Guard Band, 
Providence, 5th, t>t a mat nee. Played at 
Jones's Wood, New York, altemoon- of 6th 
aod 7th; at Astoiia, afternon or 8th; and at 
Atlantic Garden, evenings of 8th *. na 9th; 
Brooklyn Bink, 1HL; New Haven, 12th; 
B4lnmorel5th, 16tb, ntb;Pbilade!pbia 18th, 
19tu; New York, 20th aod 2lat. Tbe men 
wear blue frocks und pantaluons, tbe former 
being edged with red,aodfuced with red and 
gold. Tbey have also imitttion epaulettes 
of red and gold sewed on each shoulder, and 
tbeir piked helmets are showily ornamented 
with brass. Saro, their leader, is a tall, 
bruad-shoaldered, large-featured man, wbo 
looks like a sturdy meobanic, and offers no 
suggestions of a musician or a Btudent in 
his aspect. His light brown hair is worn 
clamBily out and badly brushed. Six or 
seven ribbons tvith, Bmall pendant medals 
are raDged in a straight row upon bis breaet, 
like clothes hung out from tbe wash. Tbe 
men are light-hatred and ot numixed Teu- 
tonic aspect. They carry a short lloman 
■ vord . 

A cup of tea is better than a gallwn of ice 
water. Tbe way to keep perpetually hot ia to 

fan furiout-ly. 

» - - 

McDowwll, Show I eird Writer, 

Beady made ard made to order. 8.E. corner 
Montgomery and Sacramento streets. u 



Good Things. 

Thoee who can appreciate anything rich, lus- 
cious and plqnante, are Invited to call in at 390 
Bush street, nearly opposite tbe Albambra The- 
atre, and try Jones & Bcbroeder's celebrated crab 
chowder, served lrom 12 m. to 12 at night, oa 



Oo You Know 

That with Buttkbiok'b Paiterkb yon. can ont 
and make any garment to fit perfectly T Bend 
postage stamp for an Ulusrrated catalogue. H. 
a. Demlng, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
sCachlne, No. 113 Eearnv street, between Butt * 
tod Post, Ban Francisco. • 



BOUGHT AND SOLD. 
I stood tc-night In my foam-white lice, 

With p;arls in my eLli.lng bair, 
And I bid my heart wi'h a smiling face. 

And the gizsra said, "How fair- 
How blithe and bright is the maid to-nijht 

Who stands at the altar there !" 

And I heard them praise Ibe cosily rings 

That purchaied my nuptial vow- 
Praise the J wel that clings and strings 

And burdens my floger now— 
Tbe milk-white pearls twined In try curls, 
And bung like a burden on my brow. 

Praise, as we praise the frozen tree 
That the hoar white frost begems, 

And the cold cuts keen ; but we only soe 
The glittering diadem j 

And the leaves benta'K In the cmel wreath, 
We've never a thought vt tbtm. 

Bought with a heap of shining gold: 

Bring hither a rtd-t ot rod. 
And brand my forehead, and write there Soli 

And lost lo Heaven and to God ! 
Yet, weak heart, wait ! you chose your fate, 

All jewelled and golden *hod. 



Good aii'l Bad Indians. 

As a contrast to tho case of Mies Barber, 
wbo married the Bioux chief, Sqoatting 
Bear, and whose doleful Btory has gone the 
rounds of the press, a New York journal 
tells us of Miss Avrcs, of Philadelphia. 
When Col. Downing, cbief of the Cherokees, 
was in Philadelphia, hia eloquence bo im- 
pressed Miaa Ayres that, disregarding tbe 
remonstrances of friends, she resolved to cast 
her lot with the neble red msn. She es- 
tablished her borne at the beauiiful Cherokee 
village of Taleqnah. Here she devoted her- 
self to advancing the educational interests 
of the people. Bhe soon became a Lady 
Bonntiful among the Indians, and by the 
friendship of the grateful cbief, Col. Down- 
ing, was able to able to effect mnch good. 
When the Indian wife of Col. Downing died 
she married him and now ia Queen or the 
Cherokees, and apparently as happy as poor 
Miss Barber is miserable. 



Vindictive. 

Something of the grandeur of "bound 
less prairies," something of its fierce beat 
when tbe fire fiend envelopes it, is to be dis- 
covered in the rhetoric of the Westcr-i edi- 
tor as he goes for the enemy who has trifltd 
with bi* forbearance and defei the light- 
nings of .his wrath. Illustration —"The 
flannel mouthed poll-parrot of the Paolt 
Scavenger has too loog rooeted in the shad- 
ow of our good nature. Let him beware. 
Forbearance is no longer a virtue, we 
shall set bis dainty plumage scurrying on 
the four winds of heaven, and g>ve his 
bloated car oass tothevoltnres. 

A-sweei-Birlgradt^eof a Massachu- 
setts school recently told an examiner tUt 
" <E,op was tbo author of ^tofMe .cov- 
ered with bair, and sold his b.rthmbt for a 

mess of potdsh/^^^ 

Ovater r«*ltic*» Restaurant. 

London and Paris can boast of their Crystal Pal- 
aces bet it remained for Messrs. Thompson A 
SenaU to Inauirurate ttie "Oyster Palace," where 
aoccuient oysters, and full meals with wine at. N 
ornU. and every good thing in market, areserred 
ou m* unequalled strle of ouisine excellence. Tbe 
locality of this desideratum is in tbe California 
Tbeatre Building, adjoining the main entrance to 
tbe theatre, on tbe west. Mr. Thompson, wbo wil< 
br rer-iembersd as tbe former popular Boniface of 
the saloon under the Odd Fellows' Hall on Mont- 
gomery etreet. and Mr.Senatzare both experienced 
caterers, and tbe nubile can reiy upon hnaiug 
STerytbins served In unAnprosohable style, at rea- 
sonable obarges, at tbe Oyster Palace Restaurant. I 

Sewing Machines for Sale or to Rent, 

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



A Mistical Critic. 

A member of a military company was in 
Boston, and went to tbe Jubilee. On the 
programme was & march from "Mozart's 
Twelfih Mass." After the performance he 
happened to be introduced to Mr. Gilmore, 
who asked which of the pieces he was most 
pleased with. "Well cap," replied the 
young soldier, "the thing that knocked me 
moBt was that ere march you called Mo- 
zart's Twelfth Massaohusetss !" Mr. Gil- 
more stared at the creature, looked down on 
one side of bim and up the other, bowed a 
disdainful bow, and left that man from New- 
buryport. 

Pay tiie Printer. 

The Wilton dramatic]. troupe performed in 
Woodland, and this is what their manager 
gets from the Yolo Democrat: 

Of Wilton little need be said. Heia not 
only a finished actor of excellent voice, 
handsome face, and well developed physique, 
butis withal a gentleman, a good business 
man, and always pays tbe printer. 

That is the secret of Wilton's success id 
She interior : 

A Wisconsin girl was so anxious to know 
wbo was making the music under her win- 
dow the other nigbt that she fell out of tbe 
window, and so scared her serenader that 
he fled and left her to her fate. 



Best Quality- of I>o<ralEln 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry x 

To the Unfortunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial. Established in 1864, for 
the treatment ol chronic and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will make no charge un- 
less he effects a cure. B 



WH»t ^^^'^Tand'sTonld 1 p. I 

Employs no Ohinaxoei _ j 

roils** bv *v*ryt>«JV 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL » rt STITUT| 

jr.B. «or. aaolaso^aiui Kearny ste. 

rpHE OBI AT ^JtADIOAT OR OF SPEOTAii 

I COMPLAIN fBt tormei'y of Lock Hospiti 
London, ana .aelast twelve years of San FraneJ 1 ™ 
oq. DR. 1'OZER inlorms tne afflicted tiatarL. 
viBitir:,* all ihe HOSPITALS Ii. LONDON ANtl 
PARIS SDd spending one year in tbe m^et ceil 
brated Hospital in London, U e LOCK, be his re- 
opened bis old a'edical InB'itote rt tbe old atani 1 
where be can -IwajB be foun". DR. 10ZER hiT 
for forty years m<-t with unpiraJleled success in tl j 
trf itmom of di^ea^e centralis koowu as UHROJ L 
10 AIND SPECIAL COMPLAINTS. DR. TUZS I 
is in every way responsible, binding himself | 1 
effect a T>rmsDent CD E, or making no charga I 
Tho-e wbo oanoot afford to pay for advice sn W 
medicine will be charged for me.iici' e only. Till 
MON i HLY RKMORA TIVK PILLS, rever know! 
to fail in givine reli f in cases for which they i 
reccommondfd, are to be obtained only at 
office. Pricf ?•> per box. Full direction on si 
box, sent bv hxu.es-s o- o.beiwiee. 

DR. 'i jZKR dtes not imita'e tbe sdvertisto I 
Quacks wbo make ii a practice to publish fats j 
rtffidavits and otb^r false reference 9 , but refers t r 
the m' ei re^peotab'e uerple in tbe State, whom hi 
L«s cured of diBensee wh.ch otbeis have failed tl 
cure. 

I>K- CI1A8. H. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Kearny and. Jackson street*. 

my 12 tf 



San PranoliQ1i.il 



The Two 
'jc^IOT SOOTOl 



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15 Morton street, near Kearny, 

....AND.... 
IBS Sutter street, 1 door below K carnal I 



HOT LrSfCH KVJEKX NIGHT. 



All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c I 
Eng-lisK A.le on Drauffhl ^ 

FELDM1SIN A DKIGGf. 



Oak Polsonlne. 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bonnie's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Post street. No cure, 
no pay. z 

Mquarzi's Punches, 

One of the mort famous Institutions of Cali- 
fornia Is fquarza's Punch. It Is found In every 
city. Tillage and mining camp in the State. It 
Is deUctoue, wholesome and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of this delightful- bever- 
age notifies bis patrons that be has opened at 
No, 317 Kearny Btreet, between Pine and Bnch 
streets, a Beakch of his old and popular sym- 
posium on LeldesdorrX street. * 



The Greeley JrAa/t. 

A large invoice of the Greeley Hats, as well as 
other hats of the latest styles has juBt been re 
calved at The HatStoiie, 647 Washington street, 
the second hat store below Kearny. Each hat 
Is Bold at a dollar lesB han is charged at any 
other Btore. a 

Baldness can only tie Cured 

By nsing J. Lopez's celebrated Hair Reetora- 
ttve, only to be obtained at 722 Montgomery 
street, opposite Metropolitan Theatre, where 
testimonials from respectable authority can be 
seen. 



MARKS WIXZINSKI, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE 

DEALER IN 

Hay ana Cigars and Tobacco, ( 

KOBTHEA8T COBI7ER OP 
BUSH AND KIAKNT 8TKErT», 

SAN IBAKOISOO. jy]51m I 

I 



at***. « 



DECLARED BY THE JDFGE9 AT A LATH I 
Fair of tbe American Institute, after a blind- 1 | 
fold trial against Bteinwr.y'B, Chlckenng^B, 
oihsre. tobaTHK BKST ON EXHIBITION. _ 
Cl'RTAZ, Sole Agent. So O'Farrell street 
N B.— Pianos of all styleB TO RFNT. mari 



ARION 

'Pianoforte. 



TO X. 3EJTT*. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOMS, 

...AT THE.... 

WEBB MOUSE, 

ii? Second etreet, oppoelte Grnnd HoteL 

THIS HOUSE HAS FINE BUNNY K00M8 f 
with a Rpsianrant oonnected; also, Baths, 
withbotacd cold water. Parnes wishiug a quier 
and select place would do well to call and set 
them. jjl21m 



A beai. Havana at Marks Wilzlnski'a "Bul- 
letin" Olgar Store, noi tbeast corner BuBh and 
Kearny, u a real Hsva Nun* ced. * 



Oar and Stesuner News Agency, 

A. Krontaerg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of tho 0. P. R. R., beside* 
attending to tbe daily distribution of Fioabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with tha Latest San Francisco dallies and all 
the Essterm Illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco r>rtoe» 

]_«lve Well. 

Tho?e who eat gord dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding Is tbe cause < f many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wath. 
ingto (■ met, at tee corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently hippy, Henry 
Bocken, wbo has catered for the pnblio since 
819, provides for his customers Lake Taboo 
tront, Balmegnndl aonn. game, tame geese, 
dellclonB entree?, and everything? the heart of 
man can desire. The beet crip of tee in the 
city— Engll-h breakfast tea Souchong and 
Oraage Pekoe — can be obtained here. e 



The Place to bus. — it any one in city or 
conntry contemplates buying furniture and 
bedding, they can find no better place than at 
J. A. Shaher's, 707 Market Btreet, near Third 
San Francisco. They bnv and sell only for 
cash, snd their prices are always very low. v 



New Style Jewelry, 

Strangers and others contemt luting making 
purchases of Jewelry should insp' ct A. Hirscu- 
man's elegant stock of new styles of jewelry. 
watcheB and silverware, at 333 Kearny street, 
bet *-een Sutter and Post. Everything at lowest 
cash rates. p 



The Old Oyster Hoase. 

For thf leet eight years The Bivalve kept by W 
Sareen £10 Market street, has been the faabionable 
oyster house of San Francisco. Tbe private rooms 
up stairs are very popular for wedding parties and 
supper parties. After the theatres call at the Bi- 
valve three doors below Kearny for your oysters. 

El^jrant Jewelry, 

Hlrschman, at 183 Kearny street. Is attract- 
ion particular attention to his windows by 
tbe elegant display of jewelry therein. ElrBOh- 
man Is an artist in his line, and shouldsq 
C.'Urt Jeweler. • 



What Cheer* laundry 
Ik the best lanxtdry in Ban Franolseo 



Foreign and Domestic Drags. 

Assaycrs, Baker?, Confectioners, Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, and all mannftcturers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the cash price list of Btrob, Schmidt 
At Co., Importers, (saccettors to Hok A Schmidt l 
635 Commercial st., one door below Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horton's Tobacco Antidote. H 



The Host Ecracdles. 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for psin. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot PiUs, for all billons complaints 
9. R. Gates and Co., corner Bansome and Com- 
mercial streets j sole agents. • 



Sanitarium Salt Water Baths. 

O Hebe !— Why don't you take Salt Water 
Baths regularly? Try one to-day, at the "San- 
itarium.*' foot of Powell street. North Beach 
Only 25 cents. Steam b>tha 60 cents, or two 
warm bath tickets. Driscoll & Hagen. 



Health una. Pleasure. 

*here 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 find one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carriage stand. Frank Bou- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, bis charges 
are moderate. The morel of the above is: 
no to Front Bonton at the Occidental Hotel 
when jou want a carriage. o 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Auctioneers. 
J. T. Terry A Co.. (furniture) 209 and 311 Pine at 

Bookaellera uuil Stationers. 
H. H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Batcher*. 
Lamsden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market 

Sutter street side. 
Katz, Fred. Stella 94 to 100, California Market* 

Bran Fenaderlee. 
Weed A Kingwell, California, 1M First stT 

Clothing (Retail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, cor. Pine. 

French Fancy Gonit*. 
Loean A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter, 

Hddiuq Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. & Co., 110 Second street. 

Hoop and Corset Manufacturer. 
M. Freud. 36 Second st.. Wholesale and Retail. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W., (wboleeale and retail), 610 Merchant 

Meceanlca' Tools. 
V.Qnidley, Manufactarer, 914 Market St. (Spirit 
Levels made and repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Baker, W. A Hinj, 5 and 7 Sutter, and 606 Market 

Mnalc and Moalcal Inilromcntt. 
Keene, O. O., mftr. accordisns, repairer of all kind* 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Maccaronl Mnnaraclorera. 
Brignardello, Maochiavello A Co., 7<)6 Bansome. 

News and Stationery Stand. 
A, F. Palton, Btationei y and Books, 6V0 Market t. 

Oyatera (Importers and wholesale..) 
Doane A Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Sin dona. 
" Banks o'C'yde Saloon," 567 Market si raet. 

Sewing: Machines, 
rt 'Hcox k Gibns. S. M. Co., 113 Postst. 
Elllntfc, 27 Soutn Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wihton, 427 Montgomery 

Wiu« and Llqnori (wholesale). 
Daneri F. A Oo.. sat Front 

Whltener. 
James O. Sell?™, No. 31 Second etreet. 



Us* Bbodtb's Wondebftx BheimAtio Lzki- 
mz-vt. Then yonll remember me. a 

Horace Greeley. 
Horace Greeley, though careless about bis 

hat and coat, is particular as to hia Linen. Be 
wears w*ll-flttlng shirts, such as are made at 
tbe Prorata Shxbt MAjrDTACTOBy. 327 Kearny 
afreet, between Pine and Bush. m 



For Wsaalxlnfc 

Shirts, U 50 per dcz.; mall plcc;-, 53c. J— 
4oi. At the What Cheer Laundry, • 



ii 









Frontiere & Beliemere 

MANUFAOTORIHG JKWELKR8. 

I>IA.»IOINr> SETTERS 

Mom Aaate ami QD»rta Cotter., 
50C MOATOUMKKT HTlltfT, 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE,' 

HAYWABD8. 

lOMY OAKES PBOPRISTOH' 

Pirst-Clftsa Hotel. 

ijl5 6m 



J. C COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Secoad and Tehama stilt*. 

sty - Terrapin constantly on ban** 

Oysters in every style. PErVATl * 

SUPPER BOOMS FOB PABTIEfl.1l 

mbSllm 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

CHAS. V. BKBGOLD, PROPBTHTOR. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED^ 
an " 



and moat popular Restaurant in 
San Franoieco. The Tables are sop- 



plied with the 
by the week. 
Montgomery. 



ft 



best in market. Board. 

40S PINE STREET. jaftaboVI 

marW lm 



MRS. M. A CTJMMINGS, 

MAGNETIC AND TRANCE HEALING ME- 
diam. N0SI6 1 - Fo 10m sirret. PublicOir- 
es, Tuesdays, WedneedajB, and Fridajs, at7:i0 
w. P. Admi -sion'i-) ueota. jj22 1m 1 




J. M. LOANE'8 RED LIOH 
SALOO.N, 1» Geary street, nsa* 
Kearny and Dupont. •»- The 
choicest Wines and Liquors. 
English Ale and Porter alway* 
■a draught. Yon wfll always Bod 
bNDES BusinciBS Manager, there 
ape 



THfl MUSICAL INSTITUTE OK 
MAESi'RO D. SPERA-NZA opened h 
O claasaa and private pupils on tbe let of! 
May. Applv to MAESTRO D. SPERAN- 
ZA.No. HOT Powell street- m'iltf 



SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,! 

No. OlO CLAT 8TBEET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. JULY 9, 1 C T. 

19* At a meeting of the Board of Di- 
rector* held this day, a dividend of nine 1 er cent. ' 
per annum for the six months ending June SOtl 
1972, was declared on all deposits, free of Federal 
Tax, and payable on and af er MONDAY, Jul] 
15th, 1972. 

CYRUS W CARMANY, 

jyll 2w Cashier. 1 1 




AllLLS &EVAN5 N 
508 MARKET ST\~ 



THEAThZ ROTI5SEBIE, 

■** Do pout st, , one door eowth of Baah, 

E. MAROHAND ATE OP Tg B 
RoUsserie Restaurant" of tbs Union 
Club Proprietor.— The Tables p r0Tl 
:eti with all the Delloaoles of the season, 
perOYSTEUt; IN KVEBY ^-^SLS, Iqbj, 



IMPORTER* 
; MI!Un«-rj Oootts 




tA* fR*»CIICO; lVlltliT. JILT JO. IBIt. 



»*i. XwX W.. 19. 



FURNISHED ROOMS 

■ 

t"S sod $10 per Month 

westTKThotei, 

■ n>k... I' 
■ ■ 



\A3! PACIFIC HALL 



flfct to e w *.-*-■• *i. ' «* 



GRAND SERIES 



ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS 



K1TR0P0LITAN THEATRE 




BELLA UNION THEATRE 



JOLT SO 



THIS tVEMM 



JULY 30 



- lam b? • dmlcf»'«i-4 ' 



, be frar hv, wruum r ,i,Mel. for Mr. 



*'•. 



Jr. lOHts Schmidt and Mr. Oscar Weil 



HAtTM CR5! 



BUB* AT lYlHIMO 



aiouit • m mm. 



K Fall Orrh^tm of 1" I nutriments! 



ill 



I i tv.li II. AMI furi'LAK Ml Sit 



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* ...» W.a laaali I u4 w.il 
< if mp*u»i darta* ifce • •> .. 

IBM. DIIUIEI. • *<■,•.... 
■ a*a LOll.l MILL*. rX 

■ ILX DI10..0*. ISeeraaA) 

m ■■oar. m Mlanoi 

■ i«m WAL.TO*. iwWtiiim) 

■ a. UK ILK 

lMTHUME.ITAt. 

mum rmuiiiki nun Mix. (Pi U0 

■ a loraaaliDT. ivioifa.1 

■ ■. HURT ■CHI.OTTC (Hon.) 

Ma. aorri-iz. iri:».i 

ita- a. rartHiBu. viaiaimBe. 



:h,' 



llllHIri) ,.. OVE SOLL1I 

■fwnH Real* Flfly leal, extra. 

MT- Bat Owlae «p*i ea Moadar Bad To.» J.r. Aogai t 5tb ind 
tta. frawi ... H v J ru 



PIT DOtmrUT illtt»uttii:ril •otti. lad«aU>l IW MtiUtml bllti cmb. ' Budtglaf btlb " 

Inliu' Ma.lt tj Mr J.-rt U.r,^ .... JOIIPB »i«pnv 

■ABf-m ononit w.J. i.m.iiwr.i.i. 

ire. Bay« 

nr.rs oploso... E. J. CB0WKLL 

IH1IIII BSOADBJUM JOHN WOODARD 

bla.-j mil an roRTKn 

TILLOW DA VI MB. FOSTP.R 

nut BLOATKB W. OIUHIU 

CAPTAIN MA1TLANI' 010. T. BIRD 

WILLIE 1-IX MS 

JIM CHIDDIB ..MH III' Kt 

mil. iEXIXUIOSI. . MB. BELMODB 

crrr willik bimms 

SHAG 1. WALtLitS 



Diooca job* 

PHcTBK 0H0AE 

VALARIB 

HMstfAMMBBIM, 

Of 0UH>1UTT 



.E. i. CIlOVTbLL 



4..... 






MIPS HENRIETTA OSBORUE 

M193 FANNY . 

MIrH MAGGIE M 

MRS. PRANK RK4 

MI-S F.DITU UAALION 

MISS ADA oHA ; 

MIS9 ADA DE.TE1 

MI«S JENNIE bTKUABr 



TPTDO 

mart. 

.ffiiKOLt:::::::. 

MOLSMEE 

New and Appropriate *.-• ncry bv Mr. BarborT. Mtrbinir.) Effect, t.y 0. W. Bishop E. Dt-.Ye.i 
■Qd Aeeletant- Pr ouaoe t uu i<T tbe direction of Geo. T. Ei:d. 

8ATURDAT, at 2 o'clock MURPHY MATINEE 

SUNDAY EVENING MR. MURPHY IN MAUM CRE 



HVL XS 



MONDAY EVENING, Angnsl 5th P1B9T APPEABANCH OF 

A. 2Z> -£L C3r r=L A. 

IN THE GBEAT PLAY OF 



"Tho Hut) need in this Theatre 1b from 6hermaQ h Hyde's, Agents for the celebrated Weber PIau<*>. 



•ST Oars will leave Ibe Theatre for the MIfhIoo and North Beach over? night at th« close of the performance. 



G*n«"r»*t lAdnlMtnn 9 1 OO [ Parqnet SO 

Drc«i Clrcl** and Orcht.tru. Reserved Seats... 1 0« lOaUerj. BA Onti 

I* rlvo.tr Hwxva U OO i «nr Seats mar be Secured Sn Deyam advance.-*** 



Son* and Dam 



R>yi ol*N Hrothom 

<ImiI» slwltnaos. 



Qoao y\>Vll>- Frltavl 

J H LAKKIN UlRII. AHMATRONO 



BUUO II 



MRS. CHAS. COMflL 



Oreh**)tr% 



THE AFRICAN CIRCUS 

Reused at (anas**** upas.*, with their 
HTm OF Hdlt-I.l. At KOIIATN A M> r»- 

rtlRMIKU AllatlM. 

Fr»piH«t - B. Tallow 

KqQM rtan D tract r Harrc si..«lcr 

«. Lob BlcJarthj 

Orita. ratrf* Afrlattn rireaw 

(lawa'i ra*(lBM l.nn McCartby 

I.u I'r.cnr I.arh.rnQ and Mom. Rreeacrlai* 

(ironnil timt Loff jr Thv Twin Keynoldaea 

t.Kiit AfrUuu JntiRlcr Tl'in Mitt Krllcrlno 

Wondrrfn] I.«?»i'«*ta Twlna fico. A- f lina. Reynold 

F)»laar Trnp*/* Mian- Taerltalaao 

TH i; ** I RO\Cl MAN OF I III WORLO 
Will held a IT t,'-0-[>ound Ciinio on his abonl ler while bilog 

flrad or?; will lairodaoa bUTRAlNKD UAT Napolaoo. 
Olrena ll.inil... lly F. Zlmmrr nr.l Arcomi.lkfi 



Urerlo 



..Orohaatr*. 



DOKR KtOLO CIIAUI.KM CURIEIX 

.Fiiihij Ourretaoat 
Oaitr Minnie Fill 




Oonclndintr with The 

GAME OF LIFE! 

Anna .. Miaa Jobneoo l Kate.. Fanny Garrotaon 

Haifall H. MnoI«ir loitie Maria Zotl 

jack Blaokmora..R. 0. Mar«h I Fttnnie Minn'e Filmora 

'rrampioK'lom Halt Kelly | Llxsja Jpaepbinn 

Job Tommy Brna LitlJe Jennie Ida Fiak 

Fo loern.in Lon McOunhy I Currie Su-ialiobUon 

UoantyOecstible.J. ll.Larkin I Dame Kobbirn..MiaCbapMan 

M t srjur^^^^^^Jo^ 

IN REHEARSAL— WaJV r£!X>, A. JtlUsS.BA.rC O 



II 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 



I ORDER. 



LANCASTER'S 

«a» WAIIllNuruN STREET, 

'9 Opera HorjBf. 



Ill 



i 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Sayings Union, 

*OS CaUirornl* -ti-cet, cor. Webb. 

F^OKTHt HALF YEAR ENDING WITH 
X)th jane, 19T3. aDlrid-ndbaa b.an declared 
ai tha raU of Nina and Sii-tontbs (9010) per 
atari, dot stjoan. on Term Depoaile. and Atiabt (3) 
par MM. par annom on O-dinary Dapaaite, free of 
Fadaaral Tax on daooaits, p>irable on and after 
WRDNElDAY.lOtb .].>!-.'. 1b7.. By order. 
llil- LOVKLl. WlIlTri, Oaabler. 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

YIIIUINIA CfTTf. XKYADA. 

THIS FXEGA1TT THBATRB HAS BEEH RE- 
daeoratad, and can be rented by the night or 
br tha week. BUra and traTeltng oomnaolaa 
UberaJlr treated with oo application by latter 
JOHN 



Haiuucar and aola Proprtator, 
Or to 3. IS. McCABFJ, 

•SO Waflblnston itraet. San Franciaoo. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

OrTDBKSIGNKD, WHO HAS BEEN 

~ twalra year* connected with the preaa of 

- -" la well known bv the mambera of 

in the Oolonlea. bega to Intimate 

gi»e arpariaDOed adeloa te 

Aiyrtalting or aaedlUtiog a 

AoatraJtao Oolooiee. Fa* moderate. 
" Slapatohliig repliee may be relied 

WILLIAM HENRY WATERS, 
im«orU Obaaabare, eVS Oollitu atreet. Mel- 
boaraa. AaatraJla. feft * f 




B1VIOVAL. 

Tahoe Billiard Hall. 

»■■ asa M»»a»»aii to 
-PfOi ^W Kearny street. 

L. BT0HE •' jTTm. WHITB. PROPB'8 

at Ullllmrd n«l I. far. 
I« Bllli rt T.6IM and B.r .took. 
Ml (Dg Boo ml. PatrtaaMiatoar 

>lloraii>«i!tfallr.ollolupd. ),1S 



la K1AJU1T STREET. AT 
;AJ», ..«* kiad of Cadi*., 

aK^afnrciM*. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMMK IN 
ertry Theatre in ban Franonco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH- 
1 ont the cwotr* of the city, in all Uoteli, Bea- 
UiVADts, Palfjoi-p, Stere* atd Offloee. 



FIGARO 

fS OIROTJLATBD EVERY RAY ON THE 

A Oakland Ferry B^nta to catch ihe pasgengen 
that arrive by tie great Ove; land Tmo. 



FIGARO 

IB MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 

1 principal hoioli In CalifoTnln. Nevada and 
Oregon- thfr p(iper» left, in the theatres atiight 
being gathered op and onved tor that purpose. 



FIGARO 

IS "HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is conetanily meeting a change of readers 
In tte Tbeaties, Traveling Oooveyascea, Hotels, 
and public reacrte generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST SOCIETY. IS 
placed in the bands of nearly all who come 
to the olty to make puroba.ee. and te therefore the 
beat of advertising median. u. 



CITY GARDENS, 

Comet- of Twelfth and foliom atr«eta. 
BV-BAT ATOUST 4th 

Grand German Musical Festival 

WBIR THESE W ILL BE A GB AND CLASS- 
ICAL OONOEKT b r .11 Oron..tr« ot a* 
Boloilt. ooder the dir.otfoo ot John U.dtn. 

la to. atlRnoB MB. JOIU MANBWG will 
appaar dad aaaaata fair marr.lon. poTfonaaaca on 
aba TRAPSE*, la wblob ba .ball.afaa tba world. 

WEHS'sff lv3 aBWKujK^ " nl " ' B00XAL 

Admtealoa to the Gardens and all the imnit- 
taeata, only *0 o.uta 

On Monday, Aocwatllbb, G'and Festival of the 
German ia B. flea, Btenteo Guard and Man Frao- 



GET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

— AKP— 

FANS 

_ Repa'-cl wherj they are 
made the neatest and cbeopeai— at 

O. •!. if- MKYER'8, 

jj-'il lm X8?8 Rlonfcomery e'rept. 




The New Wilson 




SEWING MACHINK, 

IS THE ONLY 

FIR8T-CI.ABS DEWIIiB MACHINK 
.old at less tbao 

"COMBINATION" 

Price. It makes tee popular "Lock Sticb.and ia 
eold at prices 

9 1 5 or $20 Lower 

Tbao odj other. Examioe and lodge for sonr 
■el.ee. _ M 

myiW ti,28 837 Kearny .lt-eet. S. F. 



THOMAS W. BREE. 

*m MANUFAOTDREBS 
^J^ lirAISIE^ 

fijn druihsTbahjos, 

^Cs-^ — AND— 

UTHEB HValCAL XIV8TRT7MR1V7 

ESTABLISHED IN 186G. 

BAF'Leanoiai (rtven on the Baolp and Drnm. 6A» 
MISSION STREET, between Firat and Beoond. 

H. a— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
eealoaeJe always on hand. ;au> m 



candies. 



ALL KXffDS OB THE FHfKBT OAlvDY 
made at our Steam Candy Factory dalla. All 
orders, eepeolally from tbe ooontry, are aollcitael 

*■"' ^ ""-"^•JSSrry'S- wagneb. 

lOT Montgomery at., near Setter 



MRS. UPHJ.M HEKOEE, 

CLATRYO*A»T AND MAGNETIC FHT8I- 
01 AN, Roonu a l* Buab street. Room 48. 
Office hoars from JO to 12 ur.d 2 to « PUBL'O 

SEANCES ,*<"-'* *w* J aj evic net; Also 

i-Ai-.CKt lor ct jaU-lm 




H.0L1YEK.VC ^-" 



S 



HALL'S 

A R L A' 

S« iL 

P A R 

A PR 1 

R S L l 

A R L A 

yellow" 

DOCK 

IODIDEofPOTASS 

THE BBST BKADTIFIBR OP THE 

O O MPIiHXION 

la a... Oar*. PlraplM, BoUe. Blotehe.. Rheo- 
auatien. and Mereuilal Palna. For aala by all 

iw.,1.... a JtaATM *eo.. 

Praprlntora. 
Cor. hinae a»d Coraavsrclad eta. 
BOLB AGEST6 FOR 

Dr. Perry's Last Chanel and 
Webfoot Pills. Juiou 



s 



Dr. Zeiie's New Russian.Turkish 

—AND— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES IND GENTLEMEN, 

No. CBS fnclflc atreet. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES 
UbllBbmant of the kind, eitHer in Ec^one o 
America. Convenient and separate aparttnentcv 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air. and by Plainer 
Medioated Waters. Suites of rooms in he same 
bnilding for private patients. 



TO LOVERS OF S0N6 AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT 

A 8*le*t Free-i»nd-j:a«y at the 



CHARING 



*4* 



SAIiOOH, 



DOORS FROM 
Seconc, every Satnrday evening. Ohair 
Uken at 6:80 p.m., sharp. G. W. Urown, Ohalrmian 
Oribhage, Whist. Obeas, B-illiardfl, every nighk 
London Ngwb, Panch, Bell's L-ife_, Olij; " 

Doings, Call and Figaro on hie. 



Punches and Liquors nerved 



e, Olippar, Day's 
The beat of Hot 



J. EAGLES. Frorietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GRE*T ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

If! (\f\i\ BEAUTIFUL AND INSTKUOT- 

1U.UUU ive objects to be seen Open to the 
PnblicDAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL, 
1«S Montgomery street. VOR M£N ONLY..fi£ 
^sav-'DB. .TonDAN'h M*A.*1 Ornci, oppoai 
MrXihsnicH* Fair. Bl 1 f.Bsrv »tr»et. *a 



A NEW DISCOVERT. 

RELIEF TO ORIPPLFS.— THE! 
great, success attending tbeg 
nseof DR. HALL'B CORN AND| 

BUNION OUbE has created con (p 
aternation amnngat the sorn doc- 
tors. Tbe public no longer pay a large fee for a 
temporary cure, wben a fifty-cent bottle of Dr. 
Hills Rimody will give immediate relief and 
effect a permanent care for tbe worst Corns and 
Rontons. F. RIDER, Agent, 

jnfitf S.E. oor. Bur" x " 



r. rnunn, bubii'i 

S. E. oor. Bush and Dnpont ets. 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IW OY8TETO, CLASH 
andaU kinda of SHELL FISU, 
Bulls Noe. 40, 41, 4», Oalifornia - - 
Market, entrance on Ualifomil Itreet. — - ^-» 
Pnblio or private parties and Umi.ies sopplied 
from 6 A.M. to 12 P •' * - "— ' '--' 'eDtlemen'p 
Oyster Boom ot-ac L aeiTly 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

M A YE R S' B A Z A AR, 

Oor. Montgomery sad Pine streets. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Goods. One French Fancy Articles etc., etc. A 
lara-e atook of fine SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 



AUttMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FUrTIISHED BOOMS, BIN- 
jrleorinenita, 

Well jLtghted tand Vos.«h*ta4. 

Dn for man ad. Rooms to 1st. Irodglnf wltll 

or withtnt board, ALHAMBRA BUUJVntO, 
■IV Bwab atreet* atM if 



CJeStXACly. Oeazxdy. 

MA. MEBCER, SUO0SS60B TO O. R. 
• Mercer Wholesale and Retail Candy Manu- 
facturer. SI • Kearny street and 1VV BreoneS- 
atreeL San Franoiaoj EaUbliabad l&il. Ordeawr 
filled to any ezteot te? t 



-•IGrAFLOS 



T OTJBNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Published e«ry Day in the Year by 
J. IF- B OCr-A-H^TT S 

0S Merch«ol »nd S»* W.eM.*tQ* SU 

Below Montgomery, »» n Krencisoe. 



TUESDAY.. ■■• .JOLY30, 1872 



On Uie Free Ll<t 

A rural Marylander vi-ited a Baltimore 
restaarans hear*lyenj\vcd acap o( delicious 
ooffee, and waa on tbe poitri of leaving when 
asked if lac hadu't forgot something. He 
made aD examination of tbe tible, and Baid 
he belieTed not. "Ten eente," w« the next 
laconic remark. "One of the neighbors 
said tea aodcvffce was on the free list no*," 
replied the Eastern shoreman, "but I won't 
be small i I allow its worth ten cents, any- 
how," and teiideriug a very emaciated pieoe 
of currency, he left. 

Valuable Notes. 

Adelii Patti i4 to receive $8,000 a month 
for t-ioging at St. Petersburg next season ; 
Mils Niiaaon 57.000, and Mme. Yolpiui 
51,000. Mi^s Nilsson has been receiving 
91,000 a night at Drury Lane, and Patti 
$600 a night at Covent Garden. Paulina 
Lucca is to have $7,000 a month in gold and 
a benefit ror tinging in the United States 
during the coming season, and M'lle Flo- 
retta, tbe danseuse, is to have $5,000 a year 
at the Seals, Mi ,m. 



Tattling. 

Never repeat a story unless you are cer- 
tain it is correct, and not even then unless 
something is to be gained, either of interest 
to yourself, or for the good oi tbe person 
ooncerned. Tattling is a mean and wicked 
prac ice, and he who indulges in it grows 
more fond of it ia proportion as he is suc- 
cessful. 

Thrill.!.? Despatch. 

Neither, Teni, ViJi, Vici, nor, we have 
met the enemy and they are ours, can make 
the tears uobidden Btart like this Texas de- 
spatch to a man who had advertised a lost 
mare: "Mare here. Come and get her. 

Thief hung." 

— ♦ 

A Scotch contemporary has the following 
on the marriage of a dear friend : " He 
stepped upon the hymeneal platform, ad- 
justed the fatal noose, and was swung off into 
that nnsilent bourne whence he can never 
return save by the deceaseof Mrs. McClum." 



A «'8oci'ty Item." 

Of coumb there is no certainty that " tbe 
art preservative of all arts" will be honored 
by the election by tbe people of the United 
States of H'Vnee Greeley, who commenoad 
life as a printer, to the position of Presldeut 
Tbe following frutu the Red Blnff 
Sentinel of tbe 29th, shows that there i* one 
fifty where a pracri'ioner of the ■ art preser- 
vative/' «tc., is appreciated . 

Maok Glenn, a typo of the 8acramept3 
Union, paid Lis maDy frienda of the Bluff 
a vlrft on Saturday last. Mack learned the 
art of printing ia our town, and in houor 
of hi* vi*it iho beau monde g*ve a hop in 
Roley's Halloa Monday night, which was 
kept up till th-s small hours. 

We honor the "beau monde" of Bed 
B!nff. That city will eertiinly give Greeley 
a majority. 

A* Bad. as Brar 

We thought after that dreadful fire, a pan- 
orama of which, by the by. is to be exhibi- 
ted at PiattV Hall on Friday evening, the 
Chicago edit jrd would mend their ways. Tbey 
havn't done so, The fate of Ananias and 
Sappbira serves as no warning to them. 
They keep at it still. Here's another : 

Chicago la undoubtely the finest fruit 
market in the world. By our unequalled 
railroad facilities we receive, at all umes of 
tbe year, more than any other city. 

The editor of the Hotel Reporter told 
that one, though he knew that the San 
San Francisco fruit market can supply Chi- 
cago and then have mough left for three 
other cities the same size. 

m — 

Musical Footmen. 

The Washington Critic says : 

A mueical man drives four-in-hand this 
year at Long Branch. His footmen are 
dressed in scarlet livery and have all the 
airs of the Grenadier Guards Band. When 
the equipage comes dashing down the shore 
road everybody rashes to the front windows. 

If the footmen have all the airs of the 
Grenadier Guards Band they are accom- 
plished musicians. Such airs as tbeso are 
not, however, those which best serve to 
make a musical man famous. 



£*botosrapnic Cards- 
it odo dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Galiery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 

Mlsslan strfcote. T 

• 

An Old Landmark. 

The Verandah Cigar Biore, at the N.E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana oigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc. s 



Dear Mel How She Palatal 

N. B. — Use Dickey's famous Obemx de Ijs 
and they can't see It. b 

iialr Jeweir> made to Order. 
H. A, Oallender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 

Second street, San Francisco. d 



It You. Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Oheer Latin 
dry. X 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade In California Is assuming 
gigantic proportion!. Emerson CorviUe, of the 
Saddle Boek, 410 Pine etreet, furnishes from 
hi own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts ot the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
baa extended all over the continent, and the 
"Saddle Bock" la known «verywnere. q 



Comic Song 

No more yon need be troubled with flies, 

No more need yon ubb poison— 
Jnat buy yourself a Hoosler Trap, 
Fop go the fllea In. 
Hoosler Fly Catcher Factory, 210 Sixth street, l 



A Timely Present, 

At this festive icuod, a dozen of Squerea'e ex- 
quisitely flavored panch«a form a most appropriate 
present, the egg nog paoch saves a treat deal of 
trouble, and Is comooonded with great skill. Hla 
tamoas symposium la at 20 Liedesdorff. and la pro- 
aided over by A. Bona, hie wortbr enooesaor. c 



.M. *vh Ulna; Returned in One X>a.y 
and we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 133 Post street 
open on Saturday evenings from? to 9 o'clock.! 



Brodie'a Wonderful Rheumatic Core. 
It la no humbug. Take my advice — try it. 
It gives Immediate relief, and when used ac- 
cording to directions, never falls to cure. & 



41 Bosedate 

Polxa Milibilre," by Stadfeldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price 60 cents. At Ghat's 
Music Store. 623 and 625 Clay etreet. p 



She "Soured" on Him. 

A bins stocking young lady of Boston, 
who just "doted on Longfellow," declares 
she has lost all interest in hia poems since 
he ran that race with Harry BaBsett the 
other day. She says there ia no accounting 
for the eccentric habits of some poet3, but 
she didtbiok Longfellow was too old, and 
had too much sense to make such 
a Bpectacle of himself! "And to run 
against Harry Bassett— a man whose name 
has never appeared in the world of letters!" 

•%> ! 

Five things to Beware of. 

Beware of the boarding house where you 
are to be " treated aB one of the family." 

Beware of oigars that are offered by a cute 
smuggler in the street. 

Beware of a young lady who calls you by 
your Christian name tbe first time she meets 
you. 

Beware of the man who sells goods below 
cost— upon bis honor. 

Summer Occupation. 

The Princess Louise and the Marquis of 
Lome, it seems, have been spending tbe 
"heated term" in tbe building and equipping 
of a hospital for children in tbe East End 
of London. And a very excellent way of 
spending the healed term it is. 

"Kepatomeataterin." This was the note 
sent by a farmer to the school teacher, in 
the potato-digging season, to explain his 

boys absence from school. 

Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Our careleBB feet, by chance aid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mosey stone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters soltly fell, 
Made that window reem 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 mast agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
Mo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at oar Bide a waiter neat 
Made bis appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dleh 
That we might name. We found It true, 
And cooked magnificently, too; 
All kinds of ojsters, juicy, fat, 
Ooofeed every etyle; just think of that, 
And If yonr month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
The;, 'd olam (and oraba and terrapins ; 
to fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place all klndsof game, 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladteB, too, have found, '.would seem, 
That they have here the best ice cream; 
So here they flock, the little tinners, 
To get what they call "euch nice dinners,'' 
Whoever douotB this let him ruah 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night 

CHARLES HAAKE. Proprietor. 



Mrs, Blnrctun 

Begs to announce to her friends and ladles 
San Francisco that, owing to unexpected 
tiers from the East, she is compelled to relin- 
quish her business at once. She will dispose of 
her large <•• i elegant stock of millinery goods 
priceB. 131 Kearney street. a 



at sacniiv 



leaver Buckle suspenders, 

At *1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 
I>r. Do'iorty 

Has devoua his' study more particularly to 
cbronio and speclno practice, and aa such la 
now tbe moat successful of any Physician In 
San Francisco. Office 61B Sacramento street, 
corner of Lsldeadorfl, a few doors below What 
ObettHf — 



Removal. 

NeweU's Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
A n immense business for the past year though 
hidden away up two nights of stairs. Now It 
baB come ont in full view of everyone and Is es 
tabllshed at 136 Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel boilding, and Is now fast monopolizing 
all the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
shirts at low prices, and Kewell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of our best citizens, a 



It Is Perreotly Aatonlabing: 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 A.M. returned the same evening if de 
aired. x 



LIVE AND LOVE FOREVER, 1 

Along-the filver. Summer tea, 

We saw the white galls drifting, 
And fcuneet glotiea sileDtly 

TUfllr golden liihta are lifting; 
My Love saDg low as sank the glow 

Ato=n the homeward river; 
■ 'The day-may die, but you and I 

Will live andluvc iort-v t." 

We hhall live and love forever. 

Where the ihadow falleth never; 
The song may die, bat you and I 

Will live and love forever I 
Sweet day that died ia sunset light, 

Sweet song that failed for sweatees?, 
Sweet sonl thatrose beyond my tight 

To bathe in Heaven's oompleteneef ; 
The song rings still— I hear it thrill 

Across Death 'd solemn river; 
"The d jy may die, but yon and I 

Will live and love forever. 

We ehsll live andlova foTeW', 
Where "the sbidow falleth never; 

The song, may die, bat yon and I 
Will live and love forever. 



10,000 Useful Articles 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Bass House Oarrlsgee, can be 
found In frout of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablltb men', southwest corner B h and Mont- 
gomery £[&., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. so 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring -comfortable lodgings In a 
Oentral location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of roomB to let there 
Tne building is a very fine one and Is well 
lighted and ventilated. * 

500 Pairs ol Socks, 
At all prices, at; he What Cheer Laundry. * 



E>r. Barlow J. (Smltb 

Gives free lectures (to Oentlemen only; 
every Friday evening, commea-jlng at 7 J», at his 
Hygeian Hall, 637 California et* and examines 
patlentB phrenologieallyas to health. The best 
and cheapest place In California for a sick per- 
bod to eet well. q 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS" 



NOTICE 

TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 
ASSESSMENTS. 



Dl'BLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY 

' called to the following reduction a— on 
rich men'i property— mude by the Board 
of Supervisor* now In ae*tlon aa a 
*' Board of Eqanl1zatlon t " taken from 

he Evening Bulletin of Monday, Jaly 
S3d. 1878: 

Bank of California Building, from $125,000 to 
$85,000. 

W. A.. Ma^ondrar, lot on SaoBome street, from 
J85.H00 to $63,000. 

E. W. Burr. lo*s and buildings in Twelfth Dis- 
trict, from $173,800 to $26,0UU. 

Deniiis MaQono?. lata on Pacific, Larkin and 
Jaokaon Btreet*. $44,000 to $33,000. 

D. Mabooey, buildings on Polk and Jaokaon 
streets, $20,000 to gtJ-I.OOO. 

Goddord & Co., baildiotts occupied br Pacific 
Iron Wnrks, Fira E street, $30,000 to $20,000. 

Rudolph Jordan, tbe oM Clipper Restaurant 
buildiDK, "Washington m reet. $2'. 009 to $12,000. 

Rudolph Jordan, lot SOxl'iO, $2.\0l0 io $12,000. 

Robert Watt, huildicR, $'»»i,00U o 514,000, 

EL D, OoBswell, two-Story brick buildiDg and 
bisomeat, 60i6'). northeast corner of Olark and 
Front etroats, $:0.00ii to $.6,0^0, 

Etc., etc., etc., etc. 

JLut uny poor man compare the redac- 
tion! made above on the properly of 
these wealthy citizens with that made 
on hla own little homestead— If the Board 
deigned to make any— oad remember that 
these men are mostly chronic office seek- 
ers, and will be snre to be Dp for come 
office at the next election. I* there any 
any poor man who would vote for them 
again for Supervisors, Co give them an 
opportnnlty to form another Board of 
Xqaallzatlon-for the Klch. 

j?24 tt a. e. m. 



New York Dry Good* Store* 

813 Stockton etreet, between Clay and Baori- 
mento, receives new goods dally from Hew York 



Reduction in Gas 



THE SAN FRANCISCO GAS 
COMPANY 

rTEREEV GIVES NOTICE THAT THE GOT. 
eroment Tax of 25 oenti per tboasaod feet 
karlac been removed, the price of Gas on streets 
WQich are enrolled by opposition companies will 
be radnced. from and after the FIRST DAY OF 
AUGUST, to 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other streets tbe prioo will be reduced, from 
same data, to THREE DOLLARS AMD FIFTY 
CENTS l $3 M) per Thousand Feet. 

JOS. G. EASTLAND, 
i>29 tf Secretary. 



NOTICE XO 

BOYS AND GIRLS. 

THE FIFTY -OFJTT PENCIL SHARPENER, 
for the use of Sohool Children, is now for sale 
br the Manufacturer and Agent, JA.5. STOIT 
1O08 Market atreat. j n 29 2w 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

TABLEWARE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of eTBrj deecrvfrtlon from which the eilrer la 
worn, can be re-plated In the finest and most dur- 
able manner at the BAN FRANOISOO GOLD 
AND SILVER PLATING WORKS.^^ *w 
SOS Mission street, V u New Mostfon- 
. cry ana ATiir*. _ .inurttm 



THAN AT ANY OTHER STORE, 



VAX SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNr STRUT, OPPOSITE PLAZA, 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACIFIC STONE COMPANY CALL 
the especial attention of Architeoo. Engin- 
eers, and the public in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALIFY ol the Stone now being manufactured 
b;- tbeo in this oitj under the Ransome Patents. 
They make to order and keep In stock: 
BnlldluK Fronts, Wutcr Pipe* 

Sinks, Monument", Fountains, 

Tiles, Copings for Wstlle. 

Filters, etc., ete.. 

Together with Ransome's celebrated Free-Orifc 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior. 

-and atapricerar below tbatof hand-outwork. 

syThe attention of private parties intending to 
build is respectfully solicited. 
Office, No. IO BUSH 8TRHET, S»n Francisco. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Mens 7 Clothing. 



THAN AT ANT OTHER STORE, 

....AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNYSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA, 



EVERT KIND OF 



Housekeeping Goods. 

CHBAFER 

THAN' AT AJiSC OTHEB 8TOEK, 
.. .6T 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 




Toilet Articles, 

THAN AT AST OTHEB STOKJE, 

....AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 

OSXI.A PER 

THAN AT AKT OTHEB STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



- KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

O HBAPE n 

THAN AT AIT OTHEB STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 

CHEAPER 

THAN AT ANY OTHEB STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN t SURGING BREAKERS! 
F0AMINB SURF 1 MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

AFIETIZING BREAKFASTS, LtTKCHM 
DINNERS AND SUPPERS. 



BRING YOUR WIFE! 

BRING YOUR FAMILY! 

BRING YOUR LADY FRIEND* 

And enjoy » view of tbe FINEST OOEAN PJJIO 

RAMA IN THE WORLD, all io sight of 

the world-iflDownod 

Golden Crate, 

With a fleet o white-niD^ed meeiengars •nt«rt*« 
from erery pan of the commercial world, 

■W New Line Boebbb, oonoeotioir with Street 
O&rs at Lone Monntaio erery 15 minatee aereaftM 
for the Oliff Hoate. Fare 25 oeote. 




CALIFORKIAJESTBURAUT 

OS. •!©, BtVXXm *>T« MOITT- 
aomery etreet, near Merchant,— 
LadieB' Saloon oonoeoted with the Rm- 
.nrant. 

Bill ol Fare. 

Ice Cream or Geffee FRRI |« 
any pereou Soendlim **■ 

Seop.Tfith Fish or Rroaete 1.5c l 

Two £K K e IS* ! 

Tar«e Empi *<■«.( 

Smelte or Salmon, with Ooffee 15c . 

Steakaor Ohopa. with Tea or Coffee. ..15c 

Sirloin Steak, do 20o 

Freeh Oyetera, Raw or Stewed. T5o 

Bottle ol White Wine or Beer 10c 

Bottle of Olaret Wine ISo 

Piea, Pudding or Oake 5c 

Oat MeaL Hush er Cracked Wheat.... 5c 
Ooffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Giastt of 

WhiteorOUnt Wine 5c 

del-*( JOHN REGAN. PropTiit«7 



d£k S& *^h» 

BRANCH OF THE 

California Restaurant 

WILL OPEN ON 

Saturday, 13th instant, 

At 2* Mont (joinery street* 

Opposite the Liok House. It will be a first-ola 
Restaurant. 



jylZtf 



J, REGAN, Proprietor. 



VERY HANDYJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AN 

Mission street oars take yon to No. 8 Secoad 
■treet. Kearny, Suttsr, and Oentral care take 
you to 184 Kearny etreet 

Our T"*t«7"o Stores, 

Where yon can be supplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds of FURNISHING GOODS and TOILS 
ARTICLES at prices lower than most stores oa 
afford to sell them for. 
t9~ Call and satisfy yourselves. 

BENEDICT dfe CO. 




apStf 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 



L. BLAIR'S. 

9 Kearny atreet. 



RACINE HOUSE. 

No. 10S3 Kearny «t. 9 

SAN FRANOISOO. 

THE ABOVE HOUSE IB CONVENIENT ^^. 
to all the Bieamboat landings, business WEst 



lowest prices Restaurant attached to the house* 
where the beet of board can be had on tbe restau- 
rant plan. OPBN ALL NIGHT. 
ju24lm J. BIUKER&TAFF. Proprietor. 



GOOD NEWS. 



French Meal, so the 



Jk. I 



Esperance Restaurant, 

Whioh has maintained its reputation for tbe tart 
twenty years as the leading French Restaurant in 
tbis city, All delicacies of the season are always 
to be obtained, and none but PROFESSIONAL 
FRENCH COOKS are employed. 

Hoard by the Week 88. O* 

Single Meals, with Wine /... G*> 

J. LBOLERO 
647 Commercial street, two doors below Kearny. 
Jyll tf B 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR 800IKTIKS, AND THE PBO- 
feasion generally.— Tbe undersigned begs te 
inform alt in need of PLAY BOOKS and STAN- 
DARD DRAMAS that he ia constantly receirin 
the Latest Publications from all American and 
English Hoases. Address all orders to R. M. ED- 
WARDS (late D. E. Appleton A Co's), S*>8 and 
SXO Montgomery street. San Francisco. 
Catalogues furnished on application. ap 1»_ 



RE MOV AIi. 
J. CORIIT, TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS BEHOVED FROM CORKER OF 6PJt 
mer ,t.d Montgomery streeta to Ifo. •■• 
MONTGOMERY HTRKBT. betwew Pin. UI 
Bash. ODDoeite the Raee Hone*. epl UB 



Dr. J. H. Tuftord. 

PHYSICIAN FOR 'XHM. TREATMKNT OF 
. Diflssses of the Kef. Tfcr*»t and Lunge by I»- 



haletion of Atoi 
cure for Deaini 
O f "*T M P tl " p - • 

lasKMnvlUMt. 

5 p.m. 



tbe onl, poeiUT, 

,tion FRKfe. OHoe. 
onra from 8 a.m. t. 
inSlm 



DASH AWAY STABLES, 



lit) POW ■*.■ B gT- KEARMT 
11% end Itapoat.-Rook.wtn ud 

BaaiMOO >j> a °">" fesion.ble Unu. 

E3S.' BdO**"';'" Saddle BonS 

p»id W Bofc rtio * Hone,. 



LES, I 



FUMttWIG WWS 

1 CAtTgM «U=TlO»i 

I UL 4 :":fl» Sure. 



■ 



oas 




MAM tM^ 



• «» nuiouco, TttsDAT. ji . iris 



V.I. XTI.-*.. i;i. 



MONTOWKIERYS 
HOTEL, 



»■>»•#» 



— 



AT PUTT'S MUSIC HALL 

rmo kvc»i»o acocit t 

ALD ID n»ON •» 



NBW ALHAHBRA THIATBB. 



L«st x*7oolx. of tlao oroo-t 



Great Panorama Simmons & Slocum's Minstrels ! 
The Chicago Fire 



THE CHAMPION ORGANIZATION OF THE WORLD 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 

«*.r* witaoaClSS 

i Croat Variety Show Bterj Night i 
opera bocffe prRutitnn, 

MINSTRELSY. NEGRO ACTS 



I 



nv -nt mtiT 

.1. ami Ckarlea Siition, Nan* and l>tnr.« x.a. 



3,700 SQUARE FEET OF CANVAS 



THIl EVEK1MG JULT30 

»TI»T ITBBIWO nOEIWO TBI Will. A«D • ATtTBDAT iniHOOl AT t. 



Pnn I 



Chicago Before the Fire! 
i in < < >>. i i. \<. it v 1 1<>> : 

3 IN" flames: 
Th* - tpry! 



-I -Inti-rl Hill. ii. -ill n In IMul,.u. 

' i«mi»» i ALOOUM* MIMTH.L. 



lilt* *• I II 



■^ •r»l-o«ie«tcl Procrmama 
THIS EVENING ■■?-...Z^7^JvZr~30 



Slocum, Nweatnun, SiiMnn nnd the Knltre Cnmpunr 



Viowa of the Principal Streets! 
Public HiiIMiiik-. Printing OIlliM, etc 
RUINS OF THE CHURCHES 



SOUTHING ABOUT MRS. OLEARY'3 COW 
MUSIC, 80KOS. STORIES. RECITATIONS 



Descriptive Lecture and Dramatic Ballad 

»T 

.A. ZjATJT OB* CHICAGO 



■rtkiPxHwd o-> 'tistMijiinMitih. e«l«b.ft'*4 
«..-»( II. II. I. DlTlii r,. mm U Um, So;, A«ol for 

a lalrt.il Twitr-I.. r«nt, 

■ ■■■I II I T.IIII ...riru c.i. 

HALF mi' 13 AT 

Tho Baturdny Matlnoo, 

IN OAOAH TO AOOOMJIODAT* 

THE SCHOOLS! 

av ., 1 rfl! witacr, tSi, ORKAT 



Tin; GREAT 




BILLY SWEATNAM'S BALLADS 



1)01 lll.K J 1 1. 



t'ELCH AM) KICK 



-^AI^ID OUTi 

.WFATKAM. RICKEY AlfD BI.OOCM 



IDE3I 



OTEITFII 



UR( IIIATItA 



The whole to conclude with J.O. Stewart'* OrUiuel Bketch entitle 1 j ^^ -^ 

TRIXI TRIX! TRI1I TBIXt 



•I* .. .. 

rilll.KKI k 
F All NY 
HAKPIY .... 



MML BIRQCM 

ADD RVMANIMR.OURHY J. BOUIN8CIN 

.JL'SI'IN ROBINSON' .IU.STIOK UP PKAOK... J, H MURPHY 

,1*. Am.L»F HOOrrllAANNAU rOHM RH'F. 



WEDNESDAY EVENmo, Julr S'Jlh-Flrst Apptw.ao.of 

1VEXX. IB OB HART 

The Laoghable Ethiopian Comedian, and 

DBLAHANTY cfc Ii BTNrc^I_.E;FL ! 

The Great Double 8odr and Dance Men. 



%W All Bills against tho Alheoibra Theatre must be promoted hereafter on Monday. 
1 ha Piano used U from the houM of Kohler, Chase & Co ., 838 OUT street, agents for the oolebra ted Oblc tut log pi ano 



JTOSZn IMC AYFIBIiD. 

Engagawiat of 

XOMM-V- MoLAUGrHUN 

nr. DANCES 

ronest end TnmhUr. 
Engagement of 

mr iioward 

THE RtSJi) ■OLOIHT. 



Aoffacaiqani of 

Mi»- May LernY, the Popular Dunieu.a. 



LOOK AT OUR ARRAY OF 

IT'lllM.A.T-.U TA.XjEIEaTr 

KVA ULTi, Ihr lh.rml.1 Var«ll.t. 

>»n« •< MMF.»». Ihr ropal.r H,.ll»dLl. 

IaRRIH HII.I.K. Ik. Hr»llf,l n.ll.d <I V „, 

. I. \ K l it ,kk. ih. OA.Fs.Ur Vor.li.i. 

I.1Z7.IK WSIRKI.I., Ihr l>l r l.rnlr« V.rall.t. 

m»F VISiRIT. Ihr Orl,ln«l T*,. T . 

ro\i wr.mTf.«, lb, n,rMiw .«■,. i,im,. 

Tn,.m,r with 

MAT COLEMAN, »• Cbinclar Aclr.„. | 
TO HIOHT 

THE SOCIAL EVIL. 

Wm. Adaou O. H. FoaU r 

PolicaoiaD Harry I)atof 

Bryant Itarrr Howard 

Miohasl Rieley Thoa. Mol^acblia 

Roie MayrJeld. Olar* Swrr 

Mri. I.stI Fanny Wsbaier 

folly LoniM Sncatnerfl 

Annie May Leroj 

Jeanio Oarrls Willis 

Other characteri by the Company. 



To conclude with 



DIVOROB. 



Jacob Bamael 

Kamael Jacob 

Kalp'i Honaydna.... 

Mii'flilu J.ino 

Jane Matilda 



O. H. Foster 

Harry Devoy 

DLarTy Howard 

Clara Starr 

. .Loalse Satnmsn. 



The 



IN PREPARATIOM- 

San Francisco Milliner I 



ADMISSION AAlOeaU 

Eolrhnet to PriThU Bot.a oo Sntur ,tr.ot. 



~THr. MOOFI. I.OBOIJTO HOCfJEA. 
' C*r. «f ro»wrd»l 



pacific house; 



Magary «S Co., successors to Harvey 1YI. Lockwood «£ Co. 

sfi-bistidiid ' 



K l.itdt~lor. .... Dx-A*ia«i,Ai, ASSOBTMBNT OF 

mvuD ni ?c -«».■■«".•»• Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 
ULllrlrllnuUdt, F-t.th.i-i-— i E PKIOU 



Bo. »31 KF.A.KNV STRUCT, IIETWEF.K RUSH ADD SVTTEK. 



I WANT TO TELL TOO I 



w§ 



__. MRK YOD CAN GET A CLASS OF 
TT WHISKEY, at the CAPSTAN SALOON, 

corner of MISSION AND SPBAR. The beat 

Wines, Llqaore and Dig*™, 
jell lm J, B. JONES. Proprietor. 



3P-I 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



. CIRCULATES IN 



All the Theatres', 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

IN TEB YIAB. 

GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE CITY 



On the 13 UT8 aud CABS 

FERUNDEZ A 1GUIRRE, 

FAoUlONABLE Ht*TTERS, NO. 116', POST ffBfW 
Street, near Kearny. i\^^V 

A. Via* Aaaortase.t of Maato emd Capi fl| 
cooatMDtly oat hud. ^^^^^ 

asF-rlau aaade to order and renovated la the neateit atyle. 



•HOI MAX LTACTOK Y. 




&%3fi^j5ffija^a«B 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
Was cured by 

DR. SbdnLTXjXjZIZ^ Sx-s 

In ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific street. 

RKrVERRNCFS. 

J«*. O. Nalman, Kai| , ez-Ohief Eneloeer, 714 
rrnibmutna strust.- Oh run ic Bronchitis. 

Kohsrt Npininn, 7M Oreenwlob atr«et— Asthma. 

Ohnrlea Letiier. lae back driver, cor. Geary and 
MarLcnt Htreota—P^ralyHit 

J. H. Ularke, late Liealtb Inapeotor— Deafness of 
long a :aodiag. 



ANOTHER PROOF.-!. THE UNDERSIGN- 
ed. tnko plrrt 'Dr.* in informing the prjblio that. 
Ibavabniio curad of pamlyBie of ov- r nlna vear^' 
ataodux bj- DR. HI ifLl.KK. SR„ No. SOS Mont- 
gomery street. (Signed) 

GEO. 81TERSON, 
Oarp*nt*r end BoiHrr. 263 Clementina street, be- 
tween Tbiid and Fourth. 



FRENCH DIUTUBL PROVIDENT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

■»- A Blvldead of Nine per cent, per 

snanm oet (9 per oent.) apon t ae operations ofthe 
Ereoah Baring* and Loan Nooiety for tho six: 
months ending June 29tb, 187 i, baa, io conformity 
with the report of the Committee of VsnHoation 
appointed by the members of the Uooleiy, been 
deolared by the Board of Administration, et the 
Beml-Annoal Meeting held on tbs 16th Inst. Tbie 
dividend will be payable ob and after the 19th inet. 
at the office of the Booiety, 411 Bneh street. 
OUSTTAVK MAHK, 
j«20 lm Director of rTunch Savlnga Bank. 

LADIES, READ THIS! 

jQO NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE Uf- 

posed upon any longer by DTirohaaing TUCK. 
KAVCKKMU which are neither durable oor 
pnwtical. Before pnrobaJlng one, try Graff A Go's 
make, aod It you have one already that is not Graff 
A Go's make, throw It away, get * good one, and 
yon will sere both time and money. The aalf-reg- 
Utering slides of Graff A Go's TUCK MARKER 
are sBvalwbut, ud ought to be eiamined by all 
IsAlea. r. IMITH. 

Role Agent aed ManaiM' in 
Jyia.lnt Wo. — rUorasaesU at. (np 



DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON, MAGNETIC REALER.— 
Dr. M. has been biably anooesafnl in treating 
ParAlrsis, DeafoeBH, Debility, and Inflammatory 
Disi'iiMi., acute or chronic, of all the organs of 
the body. Diseases of Ladies treated with the 
ntmost delicacy. 

MRS. ALUKRT MORTON, OLAIRVOYANT 
MEDIHAL AND BUSINESS MKDIUM, AND 
PSVGHOMKTRIST. 

Olairvoraot examinations for disease in pereoo, 
or from hair. Spirit oiramnnioations Peyobo- 
metrioal readings of chtraoter from letters, and 
aD.ilrBis of ores. 

Mrs. Morton's Guides have been very snccesslul 
io directing many of tho leading citizens of Boftoa 
in Medical, Lsgal and Bnsiaebe mattore. Uoore 
fiom9 a.m. to A p.m. 

11 O'FARRKLLST., San Franoiaco^ j?231« 



BADGER'S 

GRAND CENTRAL PARK, 

OAKLAND. 

CEGOND STATION FROM BROADWAY, AS 
minates' ride from San Fr&oaieoo. Oars atop 
at Park. Open to the public from O A. M . to t 
P. M. daily. Skatlog free on week duya, except 
Ptcnio days and Suodaye, 

GREAT EN TERTAInIFnT EVERY SUNDAY 











Ohiidruo in arms free. 


my8 tf 



X3iT7-l<^OAicl Notice. 

THE HIBEENIA SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N. E. Cor. niontjroxnery and Market 
Htreets, 

San FyuKOlBOO, July 23d, 1872. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DI- 
rsotorsof thin Society, be!d this day, a divi- 
dend waa deolared on a'l deposits, at the rate of 
eight oor cent per annom. for the Half-year ending 
Jnly 2lst, 1872, payable Immediately, and free of 
Ferleral tax. 
jy25 t w EDWARD MARTIN Booretary. 

BARGAINS ! _ BARGAINS ! 

ISO DOZKN HA.T8 

TO BK SOLD 

Belo-w couti 

Within the next thirty days, gt 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 

WH» lm MM THIRD MTBBBT. 



cro 

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CO 
CD 



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crq 

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TRY SpUARZA'S PUNCHES 



CENTRA!. BATHS, 



CD 



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CD 



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■nut BAthlofMUblli'MJ' J« I ^** 

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AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

AT TBK TABIODS FAIBB, 

For the Superjqrjtyjyer all Others. 

IjlOR BALE WHOLESALE AND BSTAIL, AT THE OLD 

f KiUblilhonn*, XM% LwdMdorff .trMt, oppo.it. ffbit 
Ch.«r Boom, »od »t 

SaUARZA'S BRANCH 

SIT KEABKY BTBBAT. MTWIU t USB 



TEE JOPB HA^. OF Alf PSXKtWTB. 

Pobliobed «t«i? Dm *» ^« Tear by 

■. I>. BOOABDU8 

» Merch.at ul JSJ W»«hl»««»» ■** 

Btlo. HootmouiT. 6«n Fm«>»- 



TUESDAX JOI- 1 30, 1872 



AMU8EMENT8. Etc. 

Alhambrs Tlaeatre. 

The new proframme presented at lh:s home ta 
Ac* of the hvlisstof lb«*fa»ea Tbft eircfta finals 

to the fi'Bt P*'t. ID WGtth MCCCM). BwcsU&ID, 

Sutton tad coDpui appear evokss much ipp mw. 
Oftol Bargese' n»w cotticsliliea » • ««" mcra 
lanibabte tbu too** wtlcb be presented last 
week. "Toe Bit - Bnf," by Cbarlfn K Sullen ac€ 
K N. Sloeum, iiaaidt-!pliUJ8f set. *nC tb* onc- 
.asl sketch •HiUtd '"lux." id which Ccol bur- 
gars, Add Rjnjftn, Justm Robtnias, AC Amilij 
Bcclt. J. Rvbioson, J. B Murphy and Jobo Bios 
»pp«*r terminate* ft ptrfcnBaneft which for merit 
and IftllsftJ I* b»id to test. To-morrow -.renins 
tbftr* will b# nosiaadfEgioon. after 8 o'clock for 
the famous Bob Hart and ite wtcdtriul double 
sonf and dace* octc D«i* hasty and Mangier, will 
Oft that ociiiKDaii* thsui h»ki ipnifitc*. 
Metropolitan Theatre. 

Too very Bacoftufal«ngfticeirentof Jo« Murphy 
ia fftftt drftwtex to • ftloftft. Those wbo bass tot 
■•ea him in the character ol Pftt Donnelly in toft 
play of "MiaftCw," enoold sot CeJar doing bo. 
On Monday oext,MUa Ada Gray, wboftfl persons! 
attractions and versatile I. lent fiat a bteo its inb- 
]«ctl of many oomplimsniary loucos incur Bast- 
arn rxobancB. will aakftjier flrat appearance in 
ths latest •! Daly's macy eaotcuei, "Articles;." 
Bells iBion. 

"Tb» African Wrena" a» ih'sborss i» funnier 
tnea any* rsaT'eircnB that sver performed nnder 
ocTftB.and ibesTsnnasUo feats of Job any Taerf, 
who doesn't etem a bit afr.td of breaking bis 
Deck, are received witb roars of laogbter. Tee 
Bftynolda Brothers appear is tola picjoI extrava- 
gance, and alio in song* and daacea. Mr. and lira. 
Charles Corisil ara great Uvontes. aad "Tbo 
Gftftlft ol Life"lftftoauraoiirem«lo-drama. 
Ame-leaa Theatre. 

A flee fhi'.pirt, tparkJJcg interlude, **S two 
mor.l dramas of Ibe day. "Tbe Social Evil" and 
"DiTOrc*. " crowd this houie sightly. 

City Gardens. 

A icracd German -muiieal feativ*l wili be given 
at Unas gardens on Sands*. In toe afternoon 
My. John Manning will gi»* edaricg trapeze pir- 
fermftow. A social tail in tQe new Pavilion and 
otber entertainments will be giT*Q. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

The grftStBaislay Family ol ten performers, who 
eaves jftftre ago made inch a f arore by »be>r extra- 
ordinary performances and grsxd balloon ascen- 
sions, will perform next Saturday and Sunday. 
Performance and free skating to-nigbt. 

Panorama of the Great Chicago Fire. 
AlderscD ePanoraiBAlof tbe Great .Cbicaato Fire 
baa arrived, and wj, 1 be exhibited in Piatt's Hail 
OD Friday evening next. Thle painting which 
eoTaisoTtx thirty seven hundred tquare feet of 
e acvesa was execnted from actual viewi and draw- 
ings, by Henry C. Crete, of tbe Academy of De- 
sign; J. Howard Rogers, ecsnie ariiit of McYick- 
•r'a Theatre; Henri C. TrjOB, aoenic aru--t of 
Wood'a Hnsftom ; Henry Drciaeel. eoonicartut of 
tbft Globe Theatre, and Thomas Megsno, scenio 
artist of Orotby'e Opera House. Tbe mectanical 
apDointmente are by the celebrated Jobn Faust of 
tbe Dearborn Iheatre and Op;xa Bouse, a 1 fa- 
moos artiste in their line. Tbe panorama repre- 
sents Chicago before tie fire, tbe city in flimes, 
and afterwards tbe mite. Other sections present 
iewa of tbe old cemetery, with its scents of suf- 
fering reprssftxUtiors of tbe public buildings, 
printing effices, tbe water works and otber promi- 
nent plates. Succeeding tbe;e, are vieee of the 
rains of the churches, tbe exhibition closing with 
tbe mine of the Masonic Temple by moonlight- 
A Isdy of Chicago will dtltversdescriptive lec- 
tnre, interspersed witb appropriate ballade, anec- 
dotes and incident!. Tbe approaching anniversa- 
ry of tble dreadful event which took place Octo- 
ber t.h and 9-.b, recalls ite horrifying scenes to 
memory, and ibc&e will be found faithfully depict* 
•d io tble great panorama Tbe prices of admis- 
sion have been fixed at tbe low rates of ' cents 
and 25 cents, and on Saturday afternoon a matinee 
will be given at half puces. 
Pacific Hall. 

A graod teiies of orchestral concerts, under tbe 
directionof Louis Schmidt and Oicar Weil, will 
commence on Tuesday evecicg, August 6th, at 
Pa.iflo Hal 1 . Daring the period the California 
Tneatre is closed, theie conceits will pleasant- 
ly All tbft gap thus left, and Paeifio Hal! will be 
crowded by lar^e and fashionable audiences. 
Tbe Barnes of the soloists engaged for the series 
appear on our flrat page. 

Chiarlni's Circns. 

Cblanni, wbo has been traveling for the last five 
o: els years witb his trou; e in South America, is 
now la New York, and proposes to tn a arena 
season in this city io September next. Mr. Aatre- 
do, tbe popular baoiface, bas received instruc- 
tions to eagage the circus lot for Obiarini. 

A5j,ToicGtx Mrserx.- One of the moet 

eo-apiale collecUons ol tbe kind in tbe United 
States, comprising bnndredsof costly and beau- 
tiful wax models, is daily on new (to gentlemen 
only) at tbe Museum on Montgomery street. An 
hear may be profitably scent here. 

The Laurel Palace. 

In London and Paris are many beautif ol sa- 
loons where wtoee sod otber liqaid refreih- 
menfas an dispensed. Search these cities 
through and It Is doubtful whether 7011 could 
find one equalling In beauty, tasteful adorn- 
ment sad elegance the Laurel Palace, Just 
completed by Mr. George Kabman, at the north' 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets. So- 
tting like it has ever been seen, never was ench 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon . The 
interior Is fitted-up throughout with polished 
California LaureL and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect ite beauties on all sides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed in the most arUitlc man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work,;Sig§, M a 
clusters of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liqnors are of a 
quality in keeping with the coetuness of the 
saloon. Everything is the best that money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, tbe choicest 
brandies, and tbe very best bxards of domestic 
ST rits may be found here, a spacious cellar 
runs under the saloon, and here axe stored In 
ttere liquors ana wines in the wood. The 
iAurel Palace will be a iavorite resort for those 
seeking refreshment ftfter tbe theatre and v-Z 
tween the 1 and will be Uma^ as areliabS 
Place for tt_ r arches* of family slore*. tatn B 
way of wines and liquors. ^^ KW ™m, u the 



Liquor is openly sold in Maine. 

Parisians are enjojiog zebra teams. 

The last of London Voile is abolished. 

The Mormons fine S10 forsweariDg. 

The ex-Emperor Napoleon has the gout. 

Littolf jgetworkoD a three-set operetta. 

Emerson is eevere on the * 'classical 
swell." 

A bull dog and fox fight lately excited 
Charleston. 

Idaho will come into the TJnioD uvbe 
"Beaver ajtste." 

The late Prof. Moree painted a jiortriit of 
his daughter. 

A Tennessee peLitentiaiw convict writes 
for the papers. 

Writing operas ws&n't ft Pftjiog «rr»rige- 
ment for Mt zart. 

Monday end Thursday are the fashionable 
wedding days abroad. 

Copper, in abundance, is beiog dog from 
PocahODtae, Arkansas 

A New yorkperuqniersiyshe can make 
even blue hair the style. 

A man served a writ en a dead man by 
tossing it into the cemetery. 

A negro was once hung in Hilleboro, N. 
C-, for stealing a hymn book. 

Tbe veritable "Maid of Athens" now Mrs- 
Black, is destitute io Greece. 

Justin Smith, oi Chelsea, has a real wid- 
ow's mite coined 1,800 years ago.— Washing- 
ton Critic. 

Doe.'nt Like It. 

A man in Darby, Penn., bought a dog to 
guard bis shop from burglars, and the next 
morning when he opened tbe Btore the crea- 
ture Tery nearl; devoured tim. He shut 
tbe beset in, look a week's vacation, and 
spent it in firiog through the windows, and 
through thechimneVj and up through the 
cellar ceiliog with a shotgun, trying to ex- 
terminate him. And that mercantile es- 
tablishment did not open for trade nntil 
the man had paid twice the first cost of the 
dog to the dog's first owner to come and 
take it home; snd then, when he got in he 
found that during the bombardment holes 
bad been shot through mackerel barrels and 
molaBsses cans, and coal oil cane, so that 
there wis misery and ruin eveywhere. 
Dogs have no more charms for this man 
and if you allude in bis presence to the 
noble work that is being done by the wo- 
man's branch of tbe Society for the Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to Animals, that mer- 
chant ib always observed to rise up and 
swear. 

Business. 

The New York Atlas -aye : 

P. T. Baraum, the great showman, wbo 
was a Kepublican candidate for CoDgress 
three years igo, now goes for Greeley. 
Traveling all over the country with his big 
show, Le comes in contact with more peo- 
ple than any other man in the nation, and 
is therefore better acquainted witb public 
sentiment. Barnum's motto is "Success," 
and it is not likely that he would ally him- 
self to a losing cause. 

There may be some business arrange- 
ment between Barnum and tbe Sage of 
Chapp&qua. If Horace should be defeated 
and should spend all bis money in the fight, 
Barnum would give him a higher salary 
than the President receives, to lecture on 
"What I know about Farming" or, anything 
else, and would make money out of bim. 



Tbe United States baa now 65,000 miles 
of completed railroads. 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a bat le The Hat Store, 
647 Washington street, The second hat store be- 
low Kearuy. Tbe slock is immense, tbe fash- 
ions are the Utest, and the piices are the 
lowest. • 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. 8.E. corner 
Montgomery and Sacramento streets. v 



GOOd TJlfllfts. 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, lus- 
cious and piqttante, are invited to call in at 330 
Bush street, nearly opposite the Alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jones & &chroeder*s celebrated crab 
chowder, served lcom 12 at. to 12 at night, ca 



Do You JEtnoTv 

That witb Bcttdick's Paxxkbdb you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? 8end 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Demlng, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, Ko. 113 Kearny street, between Butt > 
and Poet, Sex Francisco. • 



Car and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Oftpital and the can of the C. P. B, B., besides 

attending to the daily distribution of Fioano 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern lUustrated papers and rr.aptrin^ 
at San Francisco prices * 

Live Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding Is the cause cf many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Bestaurant, on Wash- 
lngto a met, at the corner of Dnnbftr Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who hag eatered for the public since 
649, provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Salmagundi ftoun, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The Dest cue of tea ha the 
city— English breakfast tea — Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here. n 



MY GRANDMAMMA. 

She tells me she was handacme once, 

Her eyes like jewels bright, 
Tbe anowy lockE upon her brow 

As jetty as the night; 
And o'er bar polithed shoulders fell 

A shower ol raven cutis; 
Her Up' wore of the coral hue. 

Her teeth twin rows oi pearls. 

The roses on her yonthf ol cheek?, 

Like those that blush In June, 
When sky, and earth, and sea and air P 

To beauty all ftttnsc; 
H-r form a fcn'.ptcr'a mo'tl rare, 

afore glorious than her face, 
While e'en her (lightest gesture was 

The very soul of grace. 

Her voice in tone as softly clear 

As song biro's liquid note, 
When waves of richest melody 

On crammer aenhyrr float ; 
I know, Ms tmeT-fcr I have beard. 

At time when she was wed. 
Tbe couxtryronad knew none so fair. 

Or so my grandpa aald. 
But now th^'E w.th^re*. bent and old; 

Her voice is cracked and sbril); 
Eer 'remtlicg bands almost refuse 

The msndates cf her will: 
Her brow is Eeamed with farrows deep, 

Her eyes are dimmed aad blsar, 
And often on their silvery fringe 

There haugi a crystal tsar. 
For she bas seen, like Autumn leaves. 

Her dead around her fall. 
And followed to the churchyard near 

Fui many a sombre pall; 
And back sg»in to earth she has 

Her dearest treasures given— 
But. looking up, ehe smiles »xd says, 

"111 see them aJ In Heaven !" 

, And as I tend aboveher head 

And stroke her wintry hair, 
Ox stoop to kiss her brow and cheeks 

So Eetnatd wi:h_llnea of care, 
I feel that in my very soul 

I worship at her shrine, 
And pay to chi.d of mortal birth 

Homage almost di"*i£<e 



A Kindly Notice. 

The Golden Era answering a correspond- 
ent says: 

Tes. Tbe "Tom Cash" who has so legibly 
written himself down an ass 1a tbe same 
who at one time resided in this rity. He 
was regarded as a wearisome egotist, but no 
one at that time supposed he was a complete 
imbecile. 

Society News. 

The following is a Cticago personal item: 
"Ear of Corn and Dirty Face, two Indian 
beauties, supped at tbe Brigge last night, 
receiving assiduous aitentiona from Carry- 
Lhe-Crow-on-bis-Head and Afraid-of-tbe- 
Esgle. It is reported that the partes are 

engaged." 

Oyster Falser Restaurant, 

£. .uto^c^ratetb. "Oyster Prtae..- wbere 
eccculem oymra. M>d fall »e*te with vnne atj* 
osn-s. and ewry good itucg u> market, are served 
CD in ueqoalled saieol cciaina MC*i*noe, Tbe 
locality oi this desideratum .a in tne California 
TfceatrftBaildiitf. adjoinicg the. main entrance to 
iLftibeawft.cntfcftwaat. Mr. Thompson, wbo wili 
be remembered as tbe former popular Bonifsceof 
ice sfiiooo nude? the Odd Fellows' Hall on Mont- 
gomery sireet. and Mr.Senau are botb exnerienced 
caterer*, and tbe vati.c can rely noon nncjtg 
ererytbiDp served I n «caooroschabie style, a'- rea- 
*coa.L.-e- onargea, at toe Oyster Palace BestftaranU 1 

Sevs-incr Machines for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 116 Poet street. Also, Agency for 
yrpc'ff Adjustable Treadle. x^ 



What Cheer Irfvvuvrtry 

Employs no Chinamen, and sboaW 1 
roitsed by everybody. — 



DR.-CHAS. H. TOZER'S 
PRIVATE MEDICAL INST1TUT 



and Bearsy ata. 



.Beet Quality oi' X^ocraatlxi 

Lrivlng giovea, at *2 per pair, at the That 
Onecx Leandrjr x 

To tlie TJnfortnnHte 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
corner of Com re ere Lai- Est! bli*-h:d in 1854, for 
the treatment of chronic and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will make so charge un- 
less be effects a cure. a 



Coroner's Jnries t 

A coroner's jury in city of Brooklyn has 
been guilty of a "new departure" by bring- 
ing in a verdict pronouncing a railroad con- 
ductor and engineer responsible for the 
death of persons who were killed in a col- 
lision. A Bhort lime ago, a coroner's jury 
in this ci:y brought in a verdict of wilful 
murder agsinst a man who shot another in 
tbe back while be was running away from 
him. "downer's quest law" is clearing it- 
self of the odium eo long attached to it, and 
jurymen are learning something of their 
duties. 

m 
A smooth Celebration. 

Chasing a greased pig, climbing a greased 
pole, an oration by E. ii. Fuller, of Bow- 
doin College, a fcot race, reading of the 
Declaration of Independence, a picnic din- 
ner in the grove, and vocal music by the 
school chorus, were all on tbe programme 
made up by tbe citizens of East Turner, 
Mass., for the Fourth of July. Chasing 
greased pigs and shinning up greased poles 
are very appropriate ways of expressing one's 
patriotism, no doubt. 

A whitewashed picket fence has been 
taken down in Detroit, and one of the pa- 
pers mourns another old landmark gone. 



„,«» fSHTAT KBADIOAT OB OF SPKOIA 
TE£«pKWTST^£rmer]y ol Lock BoftptU. 

vMirraodtbs Uat twftlve year* of Ban Franoi 
^ nd DiL TOZER informs tbe affirot*d that aft 
S&itiDaTall lb* HOSPITALS IN LONDON AN 
PARIS and spending one year io tbe nifsl eel 
brate-d Hospital in London, tbe LOOK, be has r 
opened bis old Medical Ina'itnte ar tbe old scan 
ncere be can always bs found. DR. lOZBB, tan 
for forty yeara m- 1 with unparalleled sacotae in U 
treatment of direave frenerall) known us UHRO? 
IC AND SPECIAL UOMPLAlNT.s. DR. TOZB 
:b in ©very way responsible, binding himself 1 
eSect a permanent cc el or making do charge 
Tbo*e wbo cannot sfforo to pay for advice atn 
medicine will be charged for medicine oniy. TH 
MONTHLY KErvTORATiYE PILLS, never know 
to fail in g-y.na rtli.f in cases for which they aa 
reccommendfd, are to be obtained only at man 
office. Fries $5 per box. Full direction on eac 
b«x, sect by Kxp:«ss or otherwise. 

DR. TOZER deea not imitate tbe sdvertialo 
Qoaoks who make it ft practice to poblish taift 
Affidavit? and otb.fr false references boi. refers t 
tre rar i - . re-pectab'e necple in tbe btata. whom b 
bseccT.Eij of dieeeseswbich others have failed I 

DK. CHLA". H. xoausir, 
N. E. corner Kearny and , Jackson streets, 
mil: tf Sac pTaBctaoe. . 



At, - 



Xhe Two 
tOT SCOT 



IS Morton street, near Seuray, 

.- "*r, 1 

XS6 Hatter street, 1 door below JZearaj 

All Prinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c. 

HOT LTJVCH EVBBT WIGHT. 

Eng-lisli Ale on Oiraaafflat 

fnLDMlXX A BHIOO". 



Oak Polsonins. 

The EciertiEc, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bonme'E Baths, Ko. 10 Maecnfc 
Temple. Entrance on Post street. Ko cure, 
no pay, " z 

Sfiuarz\'a Punches. 

One-of the moet famous lnstitn'.roce cf Call- 
fornia le Equarza's Punch. It is fottnd in every 
city, village and mining camp in the State, It 
Is delicious, ^hoiescme and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of this deUshtfoi bever- 
age notices his patrons (hat he has opened at 
Ko. 317 Ee^my street, between Pine and Bush 
streets, a Bsllscb of his oil and popular sym- 
posium on Leldeedoiil etreet. • 



MARKS WILZINSKI, 

"BULLETIH" CIGAR STORE, 

DEALEB LIT 

Hayana Cigars and Tobacco, 

NORTHEAST CORNER OF 
BITSsa ANB KEABXY KTKEI.TI, 
SAN FRANCISCO. jyl51m 



Tlie Greeley JE&.&X., 

A large invoice of the Greeley Bate, as well as 
other hats d tbe latest etjle* has just been re 
ceived at Tux Eat £tobe, OiTWafchington Etreet, 
the second bat store below Kearny. Each hat 
Is sold at a dollar lees ban is charged at ary 
other Btore. . B 

Baldnebs can only t>e Cured 

By nFing J. Lopez's celebrated Hair Restora- 
tive, only to be obtained at 722 MontgoTEery 
street, opposite Metropolitan Theatre, where 
testimonials from respectable authority can be 
seen. s 

To Those who Are Kalrt. 

Do not fail io call at 218 Bush street {afercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden'B HalrE*e!ora*ivo. 



A &Eix BUvaxs at Harks TVilzintkJ's "Bul- 
letin" Cigar Btore, noithetst corter Bush and 
Kearny, is a real Hsva Kuff ced. 




mm** 



ARION 

^saVPianoforte. 



DECLARED BY THE JUTGE3 AT A LATE 
Fair of the American Inetunte, after a blind- 
fold trial arsinst Sleinway'e, CbickeripR'B, and 
otbars. to be THK BtST OS /iXHIBITlON. *j. 
Cl'RXAJZ,. Sole Agent. »o C'Tarrel I street, 
N ti.— Pianos of all styles TO RkNT. mart 



TO Ij ET. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOMS, 

AT TBE 

WEBB HOUSE, 

87 Second street, opposite Grand Hotel. 

THIS HOUSE HAS FINE SUNNY ROOMS, 
with a KfBtaorant connected; also, Batns, 
with botand cold water. P&rtiea wifhing a qaiet 
i.nd eelect place would do well to cai and see 
tbem. jjl21m 



Thx Pijice to Brv. — D any one in city or 
country contemplates bnylng forcituTe and 
bedding, they can find no better place than at 
3. A. Shaber'e, TOT Market street, near Third 
San Fr ancisco. They buv and sell only for 
cash, and their pricee are always very low. I 



■S«-w Style Jtwclry, 

Strangers and others coEtemtlatftg making 
purcbaeep of Jewelry si.ctid irjsr> :t A. Hirsch- 
rtax's elegant stock of Lew style* of jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 3 3 £ arry street, 
between Sntter and Post. Ev rj-.Ling at leweet 
cash rates. s 

THe Old Oyster Hotzse. 

For the last eight years Tbe Bivalve kept by W 
Spreen S44 Market stree:, has been TEE fashionable 
oyster bouse of San Francisco. The private rooms 
up stairs are very popalar for wedding parties and 
eopperpariies. After tbe theatres call at tbe Bi- 
valve three doors below Kearny foryoar oysters. 
_ » 

Elearant Jewelry. 

Hirschman, at 133 Kearny street, is attract* 
lug particular attention to his windows by 
tte elegant display of jewelry therein. Hirsch- 
man Is an artist rn his line, and shouldaq 
Oourt Jeweler. • 



Sanilariam Salt Water Baths. 

Hzbe I— Why dont yon take 8alt Water 
Baths rejmlar3y? Try one. to-day, at the "San- 
itarium." foot ol Powell street. North Beach. 
Only 25 cents. Steam baths 50 cents, or two 
warm bath tickets. Dbiecoix k EUget. t 



Foreicn and Doauestic Drug's. 

Assayers, Eakers, Confectionera, Ft It Dreas- 
ers. Dyers, and aUmaniificiurers needing drug, 
gist 'a articles, will find it to their advantage to 
examine tbe cash price list of Stroh, Schmidt 
& C c. . Importers, (successors to Hug a Schmidt) 
635 Commercial St.. one door below Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Hortcn's Tobacco AnUdote. x 



What Cheer 
Is the beet lanndry In San Francircc 



TH* Beat Remedies. 

Dr. Ferry's La R chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
ry's Webfoot Pais, for all lilious eomr-sinta 
J. R. Gates and Oo., oomer Baxscme and Ccm- 
mercUl streets, cole. age_ta. • 



Health ana Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasures in San 
Francisco. Nothing is more pleasant, nothing 
mere health-giving than a drive into tne coun- 
try row and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, can 2nd one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carriage stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
■trees, carriage* of every description. His 
drivers are careful and exper^escea, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above le: 
go to Frank Bon ton at the Occidental Hotel 
Whan yon want a carriage. 



Use Buoorx's Woirnrarrx EEiralnc LOT- 
mtki. Then you 11 remember me. a 



Horace Greeley. 

Horace Greeley, though careless about his 
hat and coat, is particular ae to his Hr-*fi . He 
wears wtU-fitting ehirte, roch as are made at 
the Ptoweeb Phtbt MAyrr^ACTCaTX, 327 Eeerr/y 
ftfreet, between Pine and Bush. e 



For Wa*hinft 

Btirts, li 60 per do* ; sxcaU pieces, See. 
wee. At the What Cheer Leundry. 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Aottloaetrs. 
J. T. Terry 1 Co., (furniture) X* and !11 Pins st. 

Booliaellerft and Stationer*. 
H- H. Moore, W'i Montsvmery, near Merchant 

Bntcher*. 
Lr.rr.r-den. John E.. Stall S, Oc<r.dextal Market. 

Setter street elde. 
Rati, Fred, Stalls W :c It*. California Market. 

Bros* F» snideries. 
Weed A King-well, California, 125 First st 

Clotting rRetail). 
What Cteer Clothing Store, *Cl Kearsy, cor. Pine 

French Fnney Gosdi, 
Locan A Co., 19 Msctgorcrry, : " and lt<9 Salter. 

HsuaauB Hair. 
Sampeon, A. B. A Co.. 110 Second etreet. 

Hoop and Ctinet Manufacturer. 
M. Freud, U Second Bf. Wholesale and Retail 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W. . (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 

Mechanics' Tools. 
V. Qoipley, Mannfactarer, 914 Market St. (Spirit 
Levels made and repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Baker, W. AHinz,5and7 Sntter.and »6 Market 

Maude and Masleal Iastriianenta. 
Keece, O. C, mftr. aocordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 303 Rearny. 
Maeearonl Mann fo eJ are ra. 
BrigTardello. MacchiaveTlo A Co., 7<* Bftusenvs. 

News and Stationery Stand. 
A. F. Patton, Btatiocery and Books, tVQ Market t . 

Oysters) (Importers and wholeeala) 
Deans A Co., No. 93 California Market. 

Saloons. 
"BankE o'Cyde Saloon." 587 Market e'.reet. 

Sewing Machine* 
"ilieox A Gtbos, S. SL Oo., Ol Post sL 
Elhutlc. ?7 Sontn Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 MontsromeT) 

Wines und Llqrjon (wholeftals). 
Daren F. A Oo- 5M Front 

wVnJteaejp. 
James G Bellers, No. 21 Second street. 




Frontiere A Bellemere 

HAJIUTAOT0BI9O JiTWEL£B8, 

DIA3IOND SETTERS 

M.M Akbi« and Q&&rtx Cutters 

IM VOITOOIIIIT iTXCfT. 

n *: j L e'_ WiioiuME bad JbOtsoo. . ] m 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE,. 

HAYWARPS. 

TONY OAKE8 PBOPBIKTOB 



Pirst'Claai 



Cotel. 



3. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor, Second and Tehama roi'tt 

■ar* Terrapin ccueiaxtJy on band. ■ 
Oysters In ftvftrj rtyia, PRIVATE 
UPPER ROOMS FOB I- ARTIKb. 

mc*l 1m 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

CHAS. V. BEBGOLD, PBOPR1ETOB. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
and most popular Beetaarant 
San Franci'co. Tho Tables an eop- 1 

plied with tbe beat tn market. Board— 

by the week. 408 PINE STREtT, jnetabovft 
Uost-eomery. mar2S bn 






MRS. M. A CTJMMINGS, 

lifAGNBTip AND_TRANCE HEALING ME- 



K-t. 



dinm. No 8l6J-i Fo torn street. PobiicOia- 

raesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 1 :*K 

Admitsion 25 cents. jj22 im 



M. LOANE'S RED LION 
KALOON, 18) Geary street, near 
Kearny and Dapoct. »»" The 
choicest Wines and Liquors. 
Kogllcb Ale and Porter always 

on draught. Yon will always find 

OLD Ua.\E AllvNDES Business Manager, there 
to attend. ap£ 




THE MUSICAL INSTITUTE OF 
MAES iRO D. SPERANZA opened 
o classes and private papils on the let of 
May. Apply to MAESTRO D. SPEB AN- 
SA. No. 1 1**? Powell street, m21tf 



SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

No. 619 CLAY 8TBEXT, 

SAN FRANOISOO, JULY 9, 1B72. 

a?-At a meeting: of tbe Board of Di- 
rectors held this day, a dividend cf nice [ er cent. 
rev annua for tbe six months ending Jane astb, 
1S72, was declared on all deposits, free of Federal 
Tax, and payable on and afier MONDAY, Joia 
IMas-asSL 

CYRUS W. CABMANY. 

jyll 2w Oaahier. 




THEAThS ROTM8ERIE, 
«•*■ irapoait •»-. ease da or soertb 1 

MABCHAtlfD ATB OF THW 
Is B— ta tuftBt " of tbft Union 
COnb Proprietor. — Tbft Tables prowl 
'.sti withsil the Deitoaoiae of IhtiMios, 
ssTKlFhTllBb IN ETEBy b^TLB rftftar 



rs 



IMPORTER* 
. Ml I liUiTJ (Joodn 





iffaro 




FURNISHED ROOMS 

| 18 ud 110 ytr Month 

i WEST ENO" HOTEL 



aMoAofaooeai mi. 



aa* ruMMOOt winnmur. 



v.i. xvi. *•. ii. 



PACIFM HAM. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRH. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



GRAND SERIES 



Orchestral concerts 







31 

b4 



' 






BSOAT I VtSJJM. 



1COCIT • 



* of ill lastns 

I 



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■ X LUI 111 Mil oAAJ 

mm* \ i\ i,«i>r a.ai«M>| 

is mitoj. HkiiIciihi 
MB iim.jl* rTooorl 

^ mprllkl MorillAN 



■MAtJlM: CSS! 



PAT I •«» or. ooo orWtool mw«. PKloAlaf lo. !-. .- • ;• .1, go*,,' nit(M'lr»'»" 

•- m/ Mi ►» »r *«o»A ktorpkr .' ".i ill nrnpnr 

i OOOrtgWtXL 

no ■>< - ■ 

I J. CHOWELL 

tn>i.-nn..,ii-.:» jonn VOOMU 

.»» M»TEI 

„ loi town 

rmu> «uuti w. graham 

WILL!!! BlllMA 

J. w 

Mi 1. ;. crowhj. 

rami onouc mag ir 

DIBtll M.ftrt M- 

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■ ".ft. I Ural* I li ii r.ot.extro. 
oir Act * -. atom .o K-roiJiF aed T ;»• f »j. Aegmr t HI) ud 
•u '*»• « . v tiJlgA 



MtB 

I A[ ii. .prl.fi Sc*r.'TT h» Mr. Bnrbn-7. Mr* h.nir.l Xff««t. I.J 0. W. Rlabop I. 
and Aa.lai.nL ProdoceJ nalrr It • dlr.0110. of (too. T. . 



SATlHDiY, at S o'clock XUIU'llf MATINKE 

SUNDAY EVENING MR. MURPHY IN MAUM CRE 



XOXDAT EVEMN9, Aoglut 5th PHOT APPEARANCE OP 

MISS A. 33 .A. GRAY, 

^^^^ IS TI1E OBEAT PLAT OF 

■7"The Piano used In tbls Theatre la from Sherman k Hydo'e, Aleuts for the celebrated Wooer Pianos. 
aa** Oara will leave the Theatre for the Ulaelon anil Xcrth Beach every night at the close of the performance. 



(Ji-nrrul AdrelMloa • 1 (M) pHrqWt Gi> 

It—.. I'irri.- ..ml Orcheetrn, Reserved Heats... 1 O < ttallerj- 35 Outs 

I'rluilr lliiira tie OO' ear Seats may be Suonred Six Days in advanco..*" 



Irvvne** 




THE AFRICAN CIRCU8 

■»cit*d »u«a»tn iiv*m*, *nii I 

•Tii or mmiw, imoBiTa and rr.ic 

POKWIMO \MM\ti 

Fr»f>H»" 

rl ty 



fJrnad r«lr«« . 

Ilmin'i ro.llAK 
l.a Pe*'- 



... Afrleaa CI It— 

IftSfl Hrttnl.r 

r.nrl>-rNA* aad Han*. llrr.-.,-rlns» 
tiro wad aa*t 1. r . , Thr 1 win Kr-y-aaldeee 

MHchd .ItiMtflrr Dan Mai Krllrrln* 

!V«n«>rfwI f<fit|»*-i • Twin* (.><». A' thin, R>-;nr>ld 
riil"B Tr»pf/f ... Vin<- Tti. ilulB* 

TUT NT RUN I. \| \N D# I Ml ITOlliI 
Will held s IT .<'i-[.ou» i ihonljer while being 

flradosT: will m 
Clrrwe Bund II J- F. Zlmmrr nrd Af-timptlrr • 



Overture. . 



n i. mil a 



hom: holo. 



* IIAlM.rN < Olll.ll. 



Fnunj VwrrettKtti 



Mlnnlr llllnnrr 
Butllud . ,.. I't« Flaftv 




Conoladiog with Th« 

GAME OF LIFE! 

Aooa Miss Johnaon i Ret a Fanny 0»rre»eon 

H.viTf!l II. Mnola.fr Lottie Marie Zoel 

Jftok Klftckmare.-R. O. Mar«b I r'«ooie Miimie rilmore 

Tr»mpio« 'Joan MmtKolO . i .... .. Jp«tprin« 

Job Tommy Br« l.iti'e Jennie. Ida Fink 

Ponceamn Lou MtU-rlliy I (J*nie Smie Bol 

i oDstat'le. J. H.I.arkin | Dam.- RotiMrn. .Mi>* OhapmBn 

M»-«rour J^ nn £ji£IiJ*![Ji5*lJ^ii^^ 

IN RKUKAR^AL-WAIV fEO, A. HUWBAWl> 



I 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 



LANCASTER'S 

•«3 WA4BIXSTOX RTRCET, 

■ Opera Hop**. 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

<St California afreet, cor. "Webb. 



FOR THE HALF VC\R ENDING 
J. > DlTld.od has b«eo decland 
a4 ike rale of Nine end Sfx-'cetha ,56 10) per 
'♦f. w *nr.irn ob Term Depoel'B. eoft . l|bt tS> 

P't oral. Ltr t*aam oc Ordieery D*p«elte, free of 
p-v "•! T«» - n d«po«ite, p«rab<« on and after 
B^HDA . . tb i I. I6TJ. Reorder. 

i ■ Oaiblar. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VlHOINiA IfTT, RETAOA. 

THIS KLROAKT TiiF.A THK HAR PEKN &E- 
deoore!*d. ecd ceo t a rested by th.i o'lfhi or 
ty the ereek. bure end IravellnK oompiam 
libaraUy uaatod entA on ftppltoatlea by leUer 
JOHN PIPER, 
Manueread aols Proprietor. 
Or to J. II. ateCAUK. 
• *0 WaehlnffMu itreet. Kao Frinonen. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

TB* TJNDBRBIONKD, WHO HAS BEEN 
orer twelve yeara eoaaeeted with the preee of 
Helboaro*, and I* well known by the members of 
tke arofeeelon la tbe Oolooiea, Dags to intimeta 
loathe la prepared to (tve experienced edrioet* 
all Mtaoa* profaMionally Till U nf or meditatlo« a 
Tialt to the Autrellaa OoIodIm. Fee moderate. 
Puootuailiy in Aiapatoblox rapliea may be relied 

WTT.LIAM RENRT WATERS. 

UVietorU Oharabara. «• oellkna atreat. Hal- 
Aaetrslia r«jttf 



Tahoe Billiard Hall, 

Fr-oaa 8B6> Montg aaaerj. to 

XVo. 417 Kearny Htreet. 

CHAS. L. STONE * J AS. M. WHITE, PROPR'S 

••-Tale elegant Billiard reaaFt le fur- 
aiuM «tib the beat Biili rd Tableaaod Bar eteek. 

Free Wb'at xodReadlDf Roomi. Patrooaeeofoor 
triandAa^ anepaB^tereeaeotittilyaoHtited. jyi; 



Bar Sugar 

SALE-B1S KEAR>Y ST»KBT. AT 

aglti-EH-g.. At,. ,t...j U.d .1 [U:.r. 

M. A M U I It. 



MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL, 



First !*tar Lecture 

•* ... 

KOlliT EVENING... AVGIRT Clh 

T M I ME—" Lore. Ooartahlp and Marrla-e," with 
matiDciof Ladia* and (JcotJemeB on the Itase at 
the close, eocordiog I > Teiaperameni, Straotare of 
Bram, aod FxpreseloQ of Faoe. Chaste and Sot 
•b title. A valoablebook will be given to the bat d- 
eomest lady *&& olc to the oghtst matt in tbe ball. 



Second Star Lecture 

....OW ... 
TITEaJDAT KVKMSO....ATGDST 6th 

"Tbe OoldeD Rulte of Pbysieal Life," spiced 
with a dash at Diet, Ba'bing, Ololhlog. Climate. 
Exercise, Ladlts Uead-dreiie^, etc. Examina- 
tions ol Oharaoler at ttc fle», together with a 
book to the ' fattest" lady and one to the leanest 
in the ball. 

XlairU Star Lecture 

....ON.... 
WFDND8DAY K VI.MNO ... A \7t>. 7ih 

A grand Deicripiive Lectnre of the Throat. 
Longs, Heart aid Appendages; Uaesand Aba*os 
of same. Very in» tractive; will save hamao life 
A bit of fan at tlo close, to all will sleep at I af er 
leavlog tbe H.L.Hall 



aa*-Ticketsfrr tbe Three Lsctoies. f HO; Single 
llckata, Fifty Osnta. At iho Library Hall on said 
nlghta, and at Ease Hoose from now on. Floe 
mnp.i- Inside and on'ndo of hall ; chin mnslo free 

•arPtrlora 37 end 38. RUSS HOUSE, Is where 
DR. PAYNE holds bis Examinations and prc- 
ecrtbos. Terms tbe same aa at home— 91 00 for 
Medio. I ExamfQatiore, |4 CO for PhrerotoRical 
Oberts.and *.i00 for Antbropclogioal Examinatioa. 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 

... ID ... 

Domestic Economy 

THE NEW YORK PATENT OARPET RF No- 
vating Company, Patented Daoember, 1K70. 
Cleans and r-'Siores carpeva to their original bean- 
ir and brlghintse without removing; tbe same 
fioaatbe floor. All Daet, Greece, 6t Goal Smeke, 
removed by oorproteas, and defaced colors will 
become aa bright as when new. 

The quality af tbe reatora'iveis alao not injnri- 
one totbemrstdelloate fabrio and tint, andtsao 
actual preventive of moth end vermin. 

SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE, 

No, 138 KKAH1VY STSI1T, BOOM S. 

ly »-lm SlalON LKOPOLD, Manager. 



3VOTIC1E3 TO 

BOYS AND GIRLS. 

THE FIFTY-OEMT PEKOIL gBABPENER. 
for tbe dm of Kobool Ohildr.o, u bo* for ..1. 
br tbe Mumf.otor«r md Agent, JAB. 8TOTT 
t OOA Mvk.1 . .»•.!. jo!9 2. 



OET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

— ABD— 

F A. 1ST S 

_ Bene red whrra they are 
made tbe neatset and ohei.pe» — at. 

O. J. it. Ml.TKR'8, 
jyll lm u^h Mont-comety etreet. 



I m 



The New Wilson 




SEWING MACHINE, 

IS TUB ONLY 

FIKNT.I'I.AWI Si:Hl\0 MVCIIINK 
.old at lend tban 

"COMBINATION" 

Price. It makes tbe popnlar "Look Stiob.and is 
sold at pnoi'B 

9 I 5 or S20 Lower 

Tban an; other. Examine and Indite for yonr 

solve*. __ 

my24tj,28 337 Kfnrny etreet, 9. F. 




S 



THOMAS W. BREE, 



a/" 



MANUFAOTURKR 

— AMD— 
HEP A1KES 



DRUWj^BANJOS, 



ESTABLISHED IN lSOfi. 



aarLeeaona glvsn on the Banjo and Drum. R*» 
II8SION STREET, between Fir" - 
N. B.— Fine-toned Silvi 
eaalonale al ways on hand 



MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 
N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro* 
ialS tf 



CANDIES. 

ALL iniTDS OE THE FTKEaT^ CANDY 
made at oar Steam Candy Factory daily. All 
order», especially from tbe ooantry, are Bolioited 
«l *ll b. pr.b.p.1, .gj^tj- WA0KERi 

107 Montgomery at., near SntUr 



MRS. UPHAM HEHDEE, 

CLAIRVOYANT AND MAGNETIC PHYSf- 
ClAN, Rooms 3 14 Bueb atreet. Room *»■ 
OSoe honrs from 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 PCBL'C 
BBANOESThniadas and Hatnrday OTcn'oge; also 
•itlmgs for boaioaaa. jaU ltn 



HALL'S 

\ ,L A ' 

A PR I 

R S L l 

1 A , 

YELLOW* 
DOCK 

AND 

lODIDEor POTASS 

THE BEST BEAUTIPIEB OP THE 
OOMPIiBXION 

Ir ill. Oo..i Pimpl... Bollfc BlolubM, Rb.o- 
Ea.tl.m and Mtrcurial PaloL For Ml. by .11 
Dro.gi.U. JB . OATM *CO.. 

Proprietor*. 
Cor. Ar.nM.aM and CooaoserelJU olr. 
SOLE AOKNTB FOR 

Dr. Perry's Last chance and 
Webfoot Pills. Jniotf 



s' 



Dr. Zeile'slNew Russian.Turkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE. 

FOB LADIES ABD GENTLEMEr.. 

NO. aVU Purine atn-ft. 

rr.HE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES 
J. Ubliobment of the kind, eiftier la fr^oao 
America. Convenient and separata eparUnento. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Bailee of rooms in he earn* 
builiiine for pi-ivato pstieots. 



TO LOVERS OF SONS AND SOCIAL ENJOYMEUT 
A Select Fiee.ond-En.y ot tbe 



MAKING 



4* 



SALOOM, 



una mission st., two doors from 

DUO Scconii, every Satorday eveolntt. ChaJr 
taken at 8 ;30 p.m., sharp. 0-_W. Brown, Uhairaas 



Oribbage, WhiHt, Chees, Billiards, every night, 
London Nuwa, Puncb, Bell'tt Life, Clippor, Day o 
Doings, Cull And Figaro oo file. The best of Hoi 
Pnncbee and Llqnors served- „....,„ _. 

dea3 tt J- KAOLFS. Pronator. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT AHATOmiCAL WUSEUW, 

And College of Medlcln«s. 

Iff! ftfin BEAUTIFUL AND IN8TRUOT- 

lU.UUv ive object* I o be seen. Open to the- 
PnblioDAY AND nIgHT. at I-TJREKA HAljU 
SIS Montgomer: street. FOR MEN ONLY. fa* 
~ ear- Pp. JonDAH-t. nivj-*« Opfici 1 , oppoal 
IMeoheRtoa' Fair. «1 1 G»»arv ttraet an 



R E 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

ELIFF TO nRlPPLfcS.-THKt 

frnttt. snccims attending thelf 
DR. HAM/H CORN AND| 
BUNION OUKK bas created con [; 
aternjiiioD nmongnt the eorn doo- 
tore. The pabllo no longer pay a large fee for a 
temporary core, when a fifty-cent bottle of Dr. 
Hill * Remedy will give immediate relief and 
effect a permanent cure for ..lm womt CornBani.'. 
Bnntonn, F. RlDKB, Agent. 

ju6 if '"■ 8. E. cor Bceh and Dnpontate. 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IN OYSTERS. CLAMS 
andaU kindeof SHELL FISH, 
Stalls Nos. *o, Al, 4», California 
Market, entrance on California street. 

Public or private parties and fa mi lias snppllad 
from 6 A.M. to 12 p. u. Ladles' and Gentlemen's 
Oyster Room open from 6 a,*- to 12 p m ds.T ly ' 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

M AYE R 8»" B A Z A AR r 

Cor. Montgomery asd Pine stxeeta. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Goods, flno French Fanoy Artiolee eto., sto. A 
lar« stock of 1 Bne S04-ID GOLD JEWELRY. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FTjrNISHED ROOMS, BIW- 
gle or in anl ta, 

VFen I.lgktt«d taatd TcaUuat«el. 



Oandy. Oearxcly". 

MA. MERCER, SUCCESSOR TO O. H. 
a Msroer, Wholeeale and Retail Candy Manav 
factnrer. SIS Ksaroj alrcet and 1ST SeconeV 
street. San Franciaoo tt'.<i-.,tlwC *t« Crdsa* 
611ed to asy siteot »*• ) 



£6 



*? 



FIGARO. 

THE JOTJBHAL OF AMU8EMEHTS. 

Pobliahed svsry Day id the Year by 

T*. BOGARDUS 



mm Merchant and CI**" WnsUlnsrtoa *ti 
Below Mcntgomsry, Sax. Francisco. 

JPLY 31. 1878 



A City of ffomea. 
Mr*. Looncweoa. io tier lecture on Biam 
tdlJa the following : The central part of thd 
Mpi'tl city of Bangkok, in Sum. ia devoted 
©xclasiveiy to the residence of some nice 
thousand women, among whom no man 
bat the King may enter. The inhabitants 
of it io inner city are the thousand women 
of the royal barem, and acme eight thous- 
and more, who are soldiers, artificer* and 
slaves. Thi* little world is ruled by wom-n 
as magistraiea, who administer the laws of 
the kiogdom. There is no appeal from 
their decisions. Prisoners are arrested by 
sheriffs of their own sex. If it is neoessary 
to chain them, it is done by blacksmiths .of 
their own tex. If a disturbance arises, it 
it enpressed by a force of five hundred 
Amszons, trained from infancy to the use of 
sword and epear. Meanwhile the elare wo- 
men carry on a variety of manufactures, or 
go oatriJe the walls to till the fields. The 
women of higher birth are "sealed" to the 
King; tbe slave women may marry, but 
their husbands dwell outside the walls. The 
children, if boys, are banished from the 
city of women at six years old; only the 
g.rls remain. All the Oriental distinction a 
of rank are scrupulously observed in this 
strange realm, except that tbe magistrates 
are obossn for personal character and wis- 
dom. Mrs. Leonowens speaks with great 
reverence o( the woman who was Cfcief 
Justice, when she lived in Bangkok, and 
tcllaVone remarkable anecdotes of tbe cour- 
age with which she enforced justice against 
offenders far superior to herself in social 

rank. 

« 

Tbe D fforenee. 

That was a sly old Scotchman who, on 
marrying a very young wife, was rallied by 
bis friend* on the inequality of their ages. 
"She will be near me," be replied, "to close 
my een." "WeeL," remarked another of the 
party, "I've had two wive!, and they opened 

my een." 

-«. , 

A Theatiral Definition. 

Teacher— "Boy at the foot of the class, 
apd'l admittance.'' 

Bay— "A-d-m-i-t-t a-n-o-e, admittance." 
Ttfjiher— "Give the definition." 
Boy— "Fifty cents, children half price; 
front seats reserved for ladies." 



A Small Beginning. 

Some people can never be too poor to 
axirry. A young couple commenced to 
keep house recently, whoso only crockery 
con.-itted of an ink bottle and and imperfect 
chart of Chini, 

A a Old Landmark., 

The Verandmh Olgar Store, at the 5.E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Kiuty Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
•'.even years for keeping tbe best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc, z 

0»»r He I How She Palatal 

N. B. — Use EbcxET's famous Cbxxe de Lis 
snd they can't se e it. h 

Ealr Jewelry made to Order. 

B. A, Callender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 
ftooond street. Ban Francisco. D 



StD«well, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. s.E. corner 
Montgomery and Sacramento streets. 



Oy»ter Trade, 

The oyster trade In California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corvllle, of the 
Saddle Bosk, HO Pine street, furnishes from 
hi own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
bis extended all orer the continent, and the 
4 'diddle Booh" is known trerywnera. g 



The Board of Supei vUoia. 

The Board of Supervisors of San Fran- 
cisco is a progressive bedy. Time was when 
its members were stupid but honest. Any- 
one who thinks Supervisors are stupid now 
is mistaken. At thoir present rate of prog- 
ress the Board of Supervisors of 8»n Fran- 
oisoo will in the course of four or five 
years attain the same bad eminence aa the 
Board of Aldermen of New York. The term 
City Father* as applied to them is full of 
irony. Such fathers as these make their 
children work for their support wlilc they 
live in loxnry. In their own estimation 
these Supervisors are a little more than or- 
dinary men. There is no ordinance passed 
by them which may not be broken by a sin- 
gle Supervisor ; he makes the law and is 
above the law. Ho is elected to the office 
by the people, who have observed with pain 
that he ia not wealthy, in order that he may 
become wealthy. Anything about a Super- 
visor is interesting to tbe publio and it is 
proposed shortly to publish a sort of Court 
Journal for the purpose of chronicles their 
doings. In tbe meantime the Alta supples 
the place of suoh a journal as far as it can. 
In yesterday "s inane under the head of "Gir- 
ing a Supervisor an Idea," it had this : 

The following conversation ia repented to 
have taken place between a Supervisor and 
his child : . _ 

Cuiid— Papa, I have got an idea? 

Supervisor— Have you, what is it? 

Child— Well, the flume at the null leaks, 
doesn't it? ., . 

Supervisor— Yes ; what is your idea? 

Child— Don't you want to make it tight t 

Supervisor- -Yes, guess we must. 

— I have an .df a about making it tight? 

Supervisor— Well, what is your idea, let 
us have it? ...... ■ ,. 

Child— We.l, just put a little whisky in it, 
that will make it tight, won't it? 

Supervisor— thats a good idea. If sug- 
gested io me Board it might pass to an or- 
der, but it will not pass current outeide. 

There would be nothing actually brilliant 
in this had it not been Baid by a Supervisor's 
child, a child who had made its fatlitr's 
habits a study. If this bodylof men do not 
own the whole city they at least act aa if 
they were witling to do so and will probably 
succeed in sucking it as thoroughly aa a 
ouild sucks an orange nnleea the dear 
stupid people wake up in time to prevent it. 



Shocking. 

By the latest report of the doings of tht 
Board of Police Commi-aionere, we notice 
t_at '-Officer Tiiber charged with vending 
peanuts while on duty, had the charge die- 
miased." We hope that the charge waB dis- 
proved. If Officer Triber was guilty of vend- 
iog peanuts while on duty, not tbe charge, 
but Officer Triber should have been dis- 
missed. There is no excuse for any police 
officer in San Francisco bo degradiogbis 
office. If te wishes to iucrease hid income, 
there are many modes known to tbe older 
members of the force more profitable than 
aelling peanuts. Officer Triber could take 
lessons in the art of placing seven-up and 
make money by it. The respectability of 
the force is shocked by the idea of one of 
its members selling peanuts. It is an hon- 
est occupation, but it ia not respectable- 
Anyone can sell peanuts. Anyone has not 
however the hundreds of chances of "mak- 
ing a piece," which the average policeman 
has. Any policeman who would neglect 
his many opportunities and take to selling 
peanut?, should make way for a smarter 
man. 

Photoa:rt»phic Cards< 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
GBl.ery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
M la slan streets. z 



Comic Song. 

No more you need be troubled with flies. 

Ho more need you use poison— 
Jast buy yourself a Booster Trap, 
Pop go the flies in, 
aooiler Fly Catcher Factory, 340 Sixth street, l 



„^i,oah tnjr Heturned in One Day 
And we cev.-r disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

X»«poslt your Money. 

With the Laud Mortgage Union, Interest %1- 
lowed from day of deposit. Ko entrance fee or 
charge lor passbooks. Office 133 Poet rtrset. 
open on Saturday erenlngs from 7 to 9 o'clock.! 



Brodle'a Wonderful Rheumatic Care. 
It Is no humbug. Take my advice— tot rr. 
E: gives Immediate rtlitf. md when used ac- 
cording to direction!, never falls to cure, a 



"' JEtosc*l»lo 

PoUa UlllUtre," by Btadfeldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price 60 cents. At Gbat's 
Mask Store. 633 and 625 Clay ■treet. p 



Mrs. Rlordnn 
Begs to announce to her friends and ladles 
San Francisco that, owing to unexpected 
news from the East, Fhe is compelled to relln- 
i^ciah her business at once. She will dupoee ol 
her large and elegant dock of millinery goods 
it sacrificing prices. 131 Kearney street. q 



Ltrver Suckle bnitpanders, 

At $1 per pair— 35 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where — at ' v « What Cheer Lanndrj. 

X>v. D^.icrty 

Has devoted his; study more partlcalarry to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the most successful of any Physician hi 
3aa Tranet?co. Office 519 Sacramento street, 
- >ner of L-. . jsdorfi, a few doors below What 
7h*er House. 



Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas 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 seen ; 
While mossy atone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window Feem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Step," said my friend, "let's go In hers — 
It looks eo nice — and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I most agree 
That this place suits me to a "JY" 
Ko sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Hade his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we mlgnt name. We found it true, 
And cooked magnijicentl}/, too; 
All kinds of o>euire, Juicy, fat. 
Cooked every e'yle; Just think of that. 
And if your month don't water, then 
Ton 're different from other men. 
Thej'd clam land crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found tbey had within 
That ooey 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, hare found, 'twould eeem, 
That tbey have here the beet Ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little tinners, 
To get what they call "each nice dinners." 
Whoever doubto tbia let turn rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bash, 
And there this truth he'll hod made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 837 Bash street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHARLES HAAKE. Proprietor. 



Snm Moor©, 

Formerly of Buss House OarriBgee, can be 
found iu front of Coleman Bros, clothing ea> 
tabliabnient, southwest corn*r b h and Mont- 
gomery St* , or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. no 

A. Pleasant JUooatlon. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should vtalt the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suite* of rooms to letthere 
Tne building is a vexr fine one and Ifi well 

lighted and v entilated. ' 

BOO JPttlre ol socus, 

At all prices, at* he What Cheer Laundry. • 

A Timely Pr4-ee»U 

At this festive ssawo, a dozen of Squarza's «- 
jolsitely flavored punches form a moat appropriate 
present, the esc oog punch saves a great deal of 
tremble, and is compoondsd with great skill. Hla 
lamona symposium is at 3d LUdeadorff. and is pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, his worth* suooeMor. n 

« 

Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures {to C-entlemen only) 
every Friday evening, oommen-jingat 7 X, at his 
Hygelan Halh 637 California Bt, and examines 
patlente phrenologlcallyas to hoalth. Tbe best 
and cheapest place in California for a eick per- 
son to oet well. 9 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS' 



WOODWARD'S GARDENS. 



THE FAMOUS 




> 



TEN PERFORMERS, IN THEIR 

Extraordinary Performances ! 

....aXD.... 

Daring Balloon Ascensions! 



Saturday and Sunday, 

Ansa*t 3d and -tlli. 

MAKE ASORNSIONS (WEATHER PERMIT- 
linc on SUNDAY, and do a Trapeze Act io 
mid-air. Hi-KOKA STAOY Kill do for the nrst 
time in thiaeit* h«-ras oandioR SWINGING B&I> 
ASOK TRAPi-ZS. Among their grird act! ate 
tbe Spiral Mountain, tbe thrilling rfiagai-a L*ip, 
Jap&n.so Acts, at-d Contortions. Tbe OURTIS 
HROTtiERS perioral fcVrry day and Toeadar. 
Thursday, and Saturday eremogs, when Ska'e* are 
]i3ltd 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB ... 

PIANOFORTSand SINGING. 

MOWS. ALFXANDcR WOLOWSEI. THE 
woll fejiown Piooist and Vocalist, has the 
tar nor to ioform his friends and the public ol a«n 
Fraociaoo that he opens courses for piano aud 
Hicgiog, bj his entirely Lew and simpl.hed sys- 
tem, the shortest in faistence— reading Mueio »t 
tight, accompaniments of sn7 song by a new 
march of harmony, es well is the most thorough 
ka<<w!edgt of time, by Mons. Wolooski's new in- 
vention, which b&a creiied s great s eosation in 
toe mneicai world. Lidie-s and genr emen desi- 
rous io bea"nie fine singer* or ex'eleot perform- 
ed can leave tb<-ir orders at tbe Piano Warorooms 
ol KM. BAUGER, No 13 Sanseme Btree' ; or, at 
Modb. WV» rcBideuce, No. 43v Sutter street. 
ji 31-lw 



CITY GARDENS, 

Coratr of Twelfth and Folsom streets 



SUNDAY ATTOTTST 4th 

Grand German Musical Festival 

WHEN THERE WILL BE A GRAND CLASS- 
ICAL CUNOERf bj an Orchestra of J0O 
Solo : 3ts onder tbe direction of Aeary Maiden. 

In tee af<eraoou MR. JOHN MANNIftG will 

appear and exeouta hir marvelous performaooe on 

tie I RAPt-ZE, in Wtiioh he challenges tbe world 

Daring the afternoon and evening a SOCIAL 

BALL in the new Pavilion. 

Admission to tbe Gardens and all the amuse- 
ment.*, only CO c nti 

On r^ucdar, Augu-t lltb, Grand Festival of the 
Germaria R fl-;, St* a ten .Guard and San Fran- 
cisco Fu-ll'.T-. 

GRAND BALL every Saturday evsoine. Ad- 
mission GO ceota. Ladies fjee. ]i36-tf 



Removal. 

Newell'B Paragon Shirt Bazaar has boon doing 
4 n Unmenae buslne&e for the past year though 
bidden away up two flight* of stairs. Now it 
has come out in full view of everyone and la es 
tabllahed at 134 Montgomery street. Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is now fast monopolizing 
all the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
shirts at low prices, and Nt well's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of our best citizens, h 



it is Perfectly Ajs Ionian in ft 

Bow beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a_M. returned the same ereolng if do 
tired. z 



Mew York Dry Gooda Store, 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daily from New fork 
auctions ary cheap. Bczneniner the nomb«r.« 



Reduction in Gas 

THE SAN FRANCISCO GAS 
COMPANY 

LJEREBY GIVES NOTICE THAT THE GOV- 

f roment T.i of 2i cat. per thonsand feat 
haTiDg been removed, tbe price of G.s on streets 
wbicb. .re eopplked by opposition oompaoies will 
b? redneed, from and after the FIEST DAY OF 
AUGUST, io 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other streets tbe prioo will be reduced, from 
same date, to THREE DOLLARS AfiD FIFTY 
OtNTS .»! ») per Thousand Feet. 

jos. a. lASTHsn, 

J-29 tf Secretary. 



BARGAINS 

ISO 



BARGAINS! 

HA.XS 



DOZEN 

TO BK SOLD 

BelOTfV Costi 

VTitbia the neat thirty days, at 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 

firSilm 104 THIRD 8TR£BT. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

TABLEWARE AKD HOUSEHOLD OOODe 
of every desori^uon from which the silver it 
worn, oan be re-plated i n tne flnest and moat dnr- 
atria manner at the SAN FKANOISOO GOLD 
AND SLLVBa PLATING WOBKi3.^^ wv«« 
CUM Mlealoa atrtset, bet. Mew Montfom. 
erjanuTbiri -cmx* Lm 



10.000 Useful Articlea 

THAFf AT AIT OTHEB 8TOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PUZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

IYXens'' Clothing. 

CHEAPER 

THAN AT AST OTHEB STOHE, 
....aT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNYSTREET, OPPO SITE PIAZA. 



EVERT KIND OP 

Housekeeping Goods, 

CHEAPER 

THAN AT ANT OTJIEU STOKE, 

., .aT.... 

YAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PIAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles. 

CSEAFEZl 

THAN AT AKT OTHEB STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEA1NY STREET, OPPOSITE PIAZA. 



EVERT STTLE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 

OHE-a feu 

THAN AT ANT OTHEB STOBE, 

....AT.,.. 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

CHEAPEH 
THAN AT ANY OTHEB STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAU AT AJCX OTHER STOKE, 
....AX.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KURNY STREET- OPPOSITE PLAZA 



Pacific Stone Compai 

THE PACIFIC BTONE COMPANY 
the especial attention of Aroblteots, E 
eers, and the public in general, to the SUPB1 
QUALITY of the Stone not* being minufac, 
by them in this city under the Raosome PaU 
Tbey make to order and keep in stock : 
ltcilldluu; Fioiil., Water Pipe, 

Siolta, Monameoti, Fountain 

TUea, Cop In en for Wi 

Filters, etc., « 

Together with Bansome's oelebrated Frea- 

Grindrstones. all of which we gnarantes aopt 

and at a price far below (hat of band-cot work 

aty-The attention of private parties intendii 

bnfld Is reapeotfnlly solicited . 

Offloe.No. ldBOfJB STREET, Sin Franei 



THE CLIFF HOUSt 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKE, 
FOAMINB SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS 

APIETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUNOHi 
DINNEES AND SUPPERS. 

BKISO TOTE WIPE! 

BBISO -VOUJt FIMIITI 

iiBiso lorn uiir PBiem 

AodeniDy artewof rbe FINEST OOItAK PA* 
KAMA IN THE WOULD, all in Bight of 
the world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet white-wina^d messengers enUc 
from erery part of the commercial world. 

•9V New Line Basses, connecting with Btn 
Oars at Lone Mountain even' 15 minates b&reaf 
for tbe Oliff Honte. Fare-iScnntf. 







MLIFORNIaJESTAURM 

NOS. fllO, «1« AND «>14 MOB 
gon<ery street, near Merchsal 
Ladiee' Saloon oonoeoted with the &• 
Itaarast. 

Bill oi Faro. 

Ice Cream or Coffee FBEl I 
pny pertvp Spending: **e» 

Senp. with Flab or Broaata U« A 

Two Kkks lSe Pf TMj 

Three Eras »Oe IW 

Smelts or Salmon, with OoSee loo |l 

Steaks or Chopa. with Tea or Cloffee. . ,15o I J* 

Sirloin Steak- do 5*0 Vf 

Fresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed VSo " - 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer I0o m 

Bottle of Olarot Wine 150 ^JL 

PieB, Podding or Oake .50 Mm 

Oat MeaL Mnsh or Oraoked Wheat.... 80 *^M 
Ooffee. Tea, Ohocolate, or a Glaaa of wi 

White or Olaret Wine „ 60 (■ 

Ol-tf JOHN RHOAN. Proprltfaw., I 



BRANCH OF THE 

California Bestauran. 

WILL OPEN Off 

.Saturday, 13th instant, 

At 2* Monlgnmery street* 

OppoEite the Lick Houfe. It will be u. Urst-oli 
Restaurant. 

jyl2tf J. REGAN. Propriel 



VERY HANDY FOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AH I 

M'ssion street cars take you to No, S Seco»4 
atreet. Kearnv, buttar, and Central cars takti 
jou to 12^ Jbtcitrny street 

Our ^wo Storos f , 

Where yon osn be sopplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds cf rTJKMSHIAG GOODS and T01L1 
ARTICLES at prices lower than moat stores « 
afford to sell them for. 
t&- Call and satisfy yoorselves. 

B£NED1CT A. 'CO. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and mad* 

to ORDLE, 
—AT— 

L. BLAIR'S, 

O Kearny street. 



RACINE HOUSE. 

No. 10S3 Kearny fit., 

SAN FRANCIS 00. 

THE ABOVE HOUSE IS CONVENIENT ^^ 
to all the a'eamboat landing-. bnairjesfOg 
portion ol the city, and the principal placea^BI 
of amueement. Beat of aocommadations at™" 
lowest prices Restanrant attached tothehoos»j 
where the best of board can be had on the refltao- 
raotplan. OPBN ALL NIGHT. 
jo24 lm J. BK'KERSTAFF, Proprietor. 



GOOD NEWS. 



'ttfk 



IF VOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS 
Frenoh Meal, go the 

Esperanco Restaurant, 

Which has maintained its reputation for tbe lift 
twenty years as tbe 1-adiiiR Fr<tooh Kestaraot is 
this city. All delit-aoiesof the season are »lw»ri 
to be obUioi'd, hnd none but PKO*£SSIONAL 
FRENOH OOuKS are employed. 

Board by the Week S6,OS 

Single Meals, with Wine *• 

J. LEOLERO 
047 Commercial street, two doors below KefcroJ". 

Jyll tf m 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUB SOOIETIKS, AND THE PRO- 
feeeion generally —The acdoraiRoed befB** 
Inform all in need of PLAY BOOKS sod STAN- 
DARD DRAilaS tbst he is oonBtantly reoeivtn 
the Lstest Publications from all Amerioan anS 
EnRlieh Honece. Addreeeall orders to R. M. HJJ* 
WARDS (InteD. E. Appletoa A. Uo's). 54>S and 
51© Montgo nery street, San Francisco. 
Catalogues f uraiahed on application. sp ' My ^ 



REIV IOV AIj. 
J. CORIN, TRUNK MAKER* 

HAS REMOVKD FRuM CORNER OF SUJfc 
mer and Montgomery eLreets to No. ■•• 
MONTGOMERY aSTKttKT, between Pine and 
Bosh. oDnosite tbe Ross House. spl lm 



Dr. J. H. Tufford, 

PHYMOIAN FOR THE TREATMENT OF 
Diseases of the Kar. Threat and LnDgs by In- 
halation of Atomized Medicines, tbe only positirfl) 
cure for Deafness, Ostasrb, Bronchitis, Asthma, 
Ooneumption, etc. Ex i mi not ion FREE. Ofios, 
1S8 tteaxDj strset. Office hours from 8 a.m. to 
5 P.M. joSlna 



DASHAWAY STABLES. 



and Dapont, — Rooks ways sod " 

Buggies on the most reasonable terms. 
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddle Horses ' 
always on hand. Particular attention- 
paid to Boarding Horse*. fe27 U 



7 fk^. 



OOTT*. 


FUIMSMM COM 


' t^m 


'USTIM aUCTIO**. 




(XL aejtiu Stirt, 1 


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I ONfl piilf'B 




MONTGOMERY'S 

HOTEL, 



•Wal t»4l«4r M .if.k * w * | 



AT PLAITS MUSIC HALL N1W AUillSA THHATBH 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



■A T..VD BH»ON •*» 



L-rtst Wcoli or tlao oront 



Great Panorama Simmons & Slocum's Minstrels! 



The Chicago Fire 



THE CHAMPION ORGANIZATION OF THE WORLD a. 



tireal TifW| 8n» » NiieWt ! 

pera Ronrrr BDRLnomn 

aflNVTRKLSr. MCOKO ACT*. 

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• id let rroi 



. »»c« MIX 



lu.uaa •i-ixbm or raiuuur 
3,700 SQUARE FEET OF CANVAS -plan Com-cllan. and Charlr* SatlOA, Sine and Dine Man. 

JOLT 31 



ITDT 



II. AID SATtTRIlAT ArTIRHOOli AT I. 



Chicago Before the Fire I 

i rioNi 
i IN flakes: 

nm la H 



i'IiiInmi.iiI it In Will. .11 

♦ 



Til 13 JR-TTISffaM 



Ve*s of the Principal Streets! 

I 

RUINS OF THE CHURCHES 

I00T MRS. 0' LEAHY'S COW 
MUSI - 80*08. STORIES, RECITATIONS 
DnortpUre Lwtura and Dramitic Ballad 

«T 

;A XlADT OI" CHICAGO 



Wa O. Badiar. Sol* Acot lor 



..TwHtr-Irr Onli 
Kirij C«nta 

|Tho Hnturdny Mfiliuoo, 

IV ORDER TO AOOOMMOD1TA 

fTTECEJ SOSOOIaS! 

IT * th.» i.KK AT 

f FAROBtAMA »a Raa.rtfar. 



Finale—Circa* 



• nmom i mm:«« Himinuu 
I 
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i. l.r ,.„ »!»»,.• r .-• . n »- >i rr.n 

' Kl'SSRI.I. 

Blocom, Swr-ntii mi, Sutton and llirKm ire Company 



i*iirt Beooaid — <>n<>. 



The Great DELEHANTT and IIENGLER 

1% TUFIK IIHMilN .1. si|\ ( ,i AND IUM t <• 



the: 


WRONG 

8WSATNAM. 8LOCUII ead SIMMONS. 


JSOLjOlNI 


THE GREAT 


m a hew iJUsroH or" i.mhiitek. 


DOUBLE JIG... 






WRl.rif »!MT» I1IIV 




INSIDE 


-A.PJ33 OUTSIDE! 

SWFATNAM. RIOKRY ADD SLOOL'M. 











The wholt to conclude with J.C. Stewart's OrUinsl Skotoh entitled 

TEIXi TRIII TEI1! 



UN 

run RRi K Ann rvm\n , mh'iukky 

KAftJfV 10Sr[N R'jhTN^ON JUSTIUK OP PEACE.. 

HAKKY M- AIRhLKV bOOrr I HANNAH 



roof, iiricoi'.'s 

J. KoUlNSON 

J. H. MUHPHV 

...JOHN RIi.'R 



UuMjaV hVc.NI.SO, August Gth— First Apptereuco of 

MR. BOB HART, THE LAUGHABLE ETHIOPIAN COMEDIAN. 



tfT All Bills against th© Alhirubra Theatre uitint be presented her«*ft*>r on Mnnliy, 
Tb# Piano oMd is from the bomi of Rubier, Chase k Co., MB OUt street, events for the celebrated Ohlokerlni Pisco 



THIS EVENIKCl JULY 31 



< ■ i ■« n ! I *t ■ xlur c loll 

— - or — 

The Milliner of San Francisco! 

TOmx-m MATriBIiU. 

F.nnoniil of 

TOM.M.V M.I.AI (JULIN 

Tiir no t^ • 



ivin. nitiUY TonnssT 

RlMltlor IIjwm.1 »nd Turn 
F.afviinl of 

KARnT HOTJU-AHO 

Tiir ntNJO nomisr 



Bbnitmicl nl 



Mil" May L«roy. the Popular Danaeaia. 



C 

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m 



3 ^J 

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■** © 

IR WHIOK THE WUOl.K OK THIS 

srriENDiD thoxtpb 

WILL APPEAR. 

BR. OEISARTTE HAS BEEN EXPRESSLY ENGAGED 

COR THIS PIEOE ONLY. 



To conclude with 

DIVORCE. 

Jacob S imu ,.| (. BL Foster 

HernnelJacob ^Hirry Divny 



l».Ul.SHli>\ s& Oenta 

Entranoe to Private B nea on Satter street. 



TDK HOUI.I. I.OI>UI>0 UOL'aK*. 

IPACIFIC HOUSE? 
LYMPIC HOUSE, 



of I naiaiprrlal 

Lie dead or IT BBS, 

Btraray itrv^t, op. 

••illr Itae riiAxau 
TRKLU 



IYIagary & Co., successors to Harvey M. Lockwood efi Go. 

SPLENDID ASSOBTMBNT OP 

' Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, jnst Arrived. 

•V-OHfO PHICE. 



Mo. 1131 HRA1IW »THF.IT, HRT1VKEN UV8H MI BVTTEK. 



|at pacific hall. 

rt,ia Th sAre Dnlldlng. ^^^^^ 

Itage and PBlpit 

A LIVE LECTURE, 

—by im 

Ion. Charles E, Jones, 

■ew ••■aatloa on the Plntforem. Plain flpeak- 
ll»C 1'ir.ni CliurrhM rod Then Ire*. Why Churches 

Oeellar. Fr«ai«hera and Players long n<o. Pra- 
I err. a of Mind. Kinrtccnth Ontnry Cant. From 
l«t. Ps«l la diadbaad. Palalt Blandera. Comic 

Illaatrallaas front I.lfn. Utiin-mcrlan, Whl.tlli'ar, 
|«oU Whlalav Preuchcra. Vulne of l.imihttr. The 

Function af Traa Teachcra-" Fall af IVIae Saws 
L»d Modern Inatnncea!" Phlloiophy of Prencahi« 
j-AVIwaya rrogrekalTe. 

IFRIDAY EVENING AUGUST 2d 

AT EIOUT O'CLOOK, 



I TrVANT TO TELL YOU! 

*t WlUHKSY, a' the UAPaTAN SALOON, 
ooroerof MI>SMN AND SPKAR. Tbe beit o 
Wines, '.iqiiurn and Oigar*. 
J''H l-i 3. n. JONES, Proprietor 



ADMISSION F1F.TT CRKTH 



FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 

FASHIONABLE HITTERS, NO. 11«'. POST 
•treat, ntar Kearny. 

I A Fine AMortnifnt of Hate and Caps ^ 

coBitonCly on hand, 
I aVUata atads to ordar aud rsnovstad in the neatest stylo. 



a 



rtOKBCBt RIIOK MAirVPAOTOBT. 




gs 



ELBQA.RT OUBTOM WORK IB TBR OTTT 



Rm.w<WMIkKBM|| 



ajtATiAap 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
Was cured by 

33X1. MTJTjIjBII, Sr. 

in ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1 029 Pacific street. 



REVERENCES. 

Ja*. 0. Nnt.mno. Btq.. oz-Oblel Englooer, 711 
^'a.hloftt^n Btrnnl— Ohionlc Bronchitis. 

Hoc-ert Neiman. Hi OrMTwion .tr.et-AsthBOB. 

cburloi Lesier. la e back driver, cor. Gturr and 
Market Bttoota— P.ralrela 

J. H. Olark,, lato lioilth Inspootor— D^afoSBi of 
long .ikfidlcg. 



ANOTHER PROOF.-I, THE UNDERS10M- 
•d. lako pUaiora 1 a iDf orml on til, pablio itiit, 
I har. Ik.-o curod ol par«lyai, ol o,. r ntns .oara" 
aiaod tik brDR. MULl.ER, RR., No. SOS Moot- 
(om.„.l. M l. Cbiaaod, „ B , TER3()N , 

Oarp'Qtnr and Bail 'er, 2^.1 Clemeotios stroet. bc- 
Iwtion Tijid and FourtD. 



FRENCH MUTUAL PROVlDERT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 



ann'im nst (9 pofcm'.i upon t m oparsMona of . . . 
French Saving* and Loan Hooloty for the six 
mon'hHCQilinr Juae i9trj, 18TJ, ims, la conformity 
with the report of ths (.'omrnitue of VarltWaiioa 
appointed by tbe mambars of tbe Kootsiy, bono 
dvoiared by the Board of Administration, at ths 
Ssml-Annnal MeetinK bald on th.. Kith insi. Thin 
dividend will bs payable on and aft.er ihm 18ih ioat, 
at tboofBce of tba Soci«ty, A 1 1 Bnab street. 
OU-S1TAVIC MARE, 
jj 20 lm Diroctor of FrenOb SavlogB Rank. 

LADIES. READ THIS! 

rvO NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE IM- 
posed upon say lonffsr by onro baaing TUCK 
MARaVSEs which are neither dorabls nor 
praot : cal. Before pnrobaiiog one, try Oraff A Oo'e 
mike, and if yen hare one already that fs not Graff 
A Oo'e make, throw it away, get a food one, and 
yen will save both time and money. The salf-reg- 
latariBC alMae af Graff A Oa's TUOK MARKER 
are invaluable, and onght to bs ezanlned by all 
ladles, V. SMITH. 

Bole Aaanfcand Hannfaotnrer, 
]yUim No. S»« Sacramento it. (ap stairs.) 



DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON, MAOICETIO HEALER. - 
Dr. M haa hosn hitrhly saoueBaful in treating 
ParalyBia, Deafness, Debility, and InfUmmetory 
Dlaoaate, acute or ohronio. of all tbe organs of 
tbe body. Diseases of i,adlea treaied with t^e 
utmost delioaoy. 

MRS. ALBflRP MORTON, CLAIRVOYANT 
MEDMAL AND BUSINESS MEDIUM, AND 
PSVOHOMHTRIST. 

Qlairvojant ezaminatlona for disease in person, 
or from bair. Spirit citninuniaations Pflyobo- 
metrioal readings of oharaoter from letters, and 
analysis of oree. 

Mrs. Morton's Ouid ■» have been very sneonaeful 
in dirncting many of the leading oitir.ena of Borton 
in Medical, L«k«1 and fiuaiue^s uattera. Hours 
fromfl a m. tt "i P.M. 

11 O'FARRELL ST., Ban Francisco. jy23Im 



The Celebrated Physician of 

St. Louis 

IDr. JPATYNtt 

18 NOW AT HIS PRIVATE PARLORS B7 
and -t y Kns> Houao, ready to wait on U«m le- 
msn, L'Ctnrtaet Moroantiie Library Hall attain 
n«xtweek. Ji 31 lm 



BADGER'S 

GRAND CENTRAL PARK, 

OAKLAND. 

GSOOND STATION FROM BROADWAY. 45 

mi nates' ride from Baa Franofeoo. Oars stop 
at Park. Opeutobhs public from U A. M. to 7 
P.M. daily. Skating free on woelt days, except 
Pioolo dsys aod Sundays, 

GREAT ENTERTAINMENT EVERY SUNDAY 

AdiNtuliin Sff Cents 

Children under 12 years of age 1U oents 

Children in arma free. tny8 tf 



Divldexicl Notice. 

THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N. H. Cor. Bluntifomery and Market 
Street*, 

SaM FbakOisCO, July 23d, 1872, 

AT A MEETINO OP THE BOARD OF Di- 
rectors of this Sooin'.y. hold this our, a divi- 
dend was declared on a 1 ! depoaiU. at tbe rate of 
eight per cent par anngm, for the naif-year enc log 
July Slst, 187*2, payable immediately, and free of 
FeDs rat tax, 
jy«8 lit EDWARD MARTIN: 8eer»tary._ 



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TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



CENTRAL BATHS, 



SATMI 
•treat Baths. 



liaGEAHYSTREKT-THB 

fin-st Bathing eiUbliibmeet jo 
frh» city. LfJUIB OORJVEAU, 
(Proprietor — formerly o fine 
ji 17 lm 




AWARDED 15 PREMIUM8 

AT TRE VARIOUS FAIRS. 

For the Supenqrjty_Oyer all Others. 

FOR 8aXE WaOLRSHLE AMD RETAIL. AT THE OLD 
B.tabliabm.nt. l.O Laudeadorff alreet, oppoait* What 
uheer fctooaa. aad at 

SQUARZA'S BRANCH 

SIT KEAR.%Y BTEEIT, BBTWaKH PIKR ARD BDSK 



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FIGARO.' 

- J0PE5 AL or tm im":e. 

ltd even Dm o ti« '• 
J. P. BOOA-» :C> " crS 

CM Ktrcb»l «. J «•* W«'H»«"» ■»*• 



WEDNESDAY JCL* SI. 1672 

AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

Alhambra Theatre. 
To-aa-Ai la adcu. d to m.oifctr itimtfeM, the 

(ueu *«BC «« A~« tm,tw ' D * ! « bu:t » " d 

B.t6;.r.«..:tt k k*a...rCrU»pjH f »r»co ia Mr 

Mtebrelid aVMtaiilar. TlW»«Urti ;*«*" 

lor j«iM«' ; " d ,B aeejawsioa w lfc " cL *° 
array »f laiemas tod Boncees icd S.mmors * 
(lMVB i c<njLii*tiOD Will dcuttliis draw im- 
Sitftk'-'"- Tfc*r« w II b« oo b:ic«J:ck rtraxfl 
ifurlo'c^kto-dfht.tfisrvfott -hona ■*■ "J* 
to»*»I>t:tt«ti*ij«i Bicci" tt.s i'«tica iroi* 
ro early. 
Metropolitan Theatre. 

Tte lot to* c:tt« cf Jm MarpLy »td tr.s ted 
t:t bii ol "Maum Ore' la l£0 annoncsmeot at 
.:rs. id evsiyoce is «o:e« w tare a las: 
lock at *.t:s pom ar Iran cosidun. and enjoy U» 
[as* rcprweatal eta of iba r-twtet Inah drama. 
"Hanm tre- will be p ajed at tea maunts on 
racCar. sad oo gutday nkjM for tfcsUat time. 
On Meteor Hm farciBaiirc atlrs Ada Gray will 
c©XD5«EC«»ctcj»*ea»*Dt io Ao*a»tinDaVsnew 
-. "Article <7> Joe MurptywjU take bis 
lutwalltaBdUaaj Friday sriBiar, 
BrUa talon. 

Tea "Africa* C;rcoa' d U» beuae Eaa create! 
* vtiftabia forore. and causes shcou of laughter 
Aiplecdid tilia presented, comprise*; 
act*. eccKt ltd dances by tte Rt>solda Brother*. 
Mr. asd Mr*. Corleil Up ballads and otter speciV- 
tiee. J.B. Lark n and Carrie Armtlro?* in original 
Dstcb acta, and a vans' y af otbor performance*. 
Tba whols conc'ndes with the thrilling nxlo- 
irajBAemvUdl 'The OdM of LiTa. 
American Theatre. 

Afar aliT*.:y irs' part ltd (Ltmai; .ig tatar- 
lede, i-.tBt« esossttcn Crams cf 'IbeSau Fran' 
cico Milliner" acd "Divercc" w;!: be BR*«d«d 
Hraaa^aaunaT, Mr. De'ta: he has been engaged to 
take thi reading part in "The Sao Faencisoo Mil- 
wbicbiscaid toba eirosjt jb local bits. 



Pacific Iial. 

Tte Ken. Cbit'h E. Jrnts will on Friday evec- 
.:; tn'. tfe.ifcru 'He* lectors, "aatittad "Slig> 
udP'.l Hall Ha will five comic 

illustrations arc; in-ratioee of pn!oK r 
t»s Btaacmi i-bc. wcii Leg aod writes: prate ti- 
er!. Tee .ic are will c.n an sound sense aod 
• great deal of lun. A arte;*: appear! on 
c n Bid p*fe. 
Wcodward's Gardens. 

By ac adtertlfaiceat n u.?tze? eo'WKBil wil 
bm p ia a l iaj that the fimeua baii!a7 Ftsdlyd 
tea parforaaia, wbo created *acba (entati.n btre 
■«tc3 j*»je a<o, asd wio bare ratcly reioraed 
from Soa:n Aatz c*. five bean cc«i*ed by '-ha 
ast«rona.&( n.»cniinti of Wo d^arfJ* Gar- 
data. Tbty wil up iron Satnrday and San day 
..sec. Siftoonea Sucy *ij 
make has brat appearaoce io tti» city in bar awios- 
iBC bi'ance trapete. The tr apa will present tbeir 
freak acta cf '.he Fpiral Monxtain, tbo 5itgara 
Laac acd Japacete balancing. The crowning fea- 
ture of ibe ( D'truiDzeal will be a ballooD as * 
tba r_.-s*. io max? yf are), and performance 
on a trapei? in mid-iir. TheCnrtiS Bro'here per- 
form erary daj, and on Tueaday, Thursday aod 
Eat=.-d*y cre&iBfre. when skates are free. 
Panorama of lite Great Chicago Plre. 

A!oe:»i.fc» Panorama; of tLe Greak .Ohlcaaro Fire 
bat ajriVed.aa<] al lb* exhibited in Piatt's H»l 
aj eTttuaa text. Th'.° eeistiog which 
covara ct. r thirty tercn hundred tanare feel of 
cai*ass m« e xecntad frcix actual nawa md dnw- 
tzef. bf Henry C. Croia. of tte Academy of De- 
i II; J, U&»ird Bogea, f omic ariiat ol licVick- 
er'a TCfat.-t: Hetrj (. Trjcr. scenic inlet of 
Woed'a Mneentn; Henry Prciaeel, aoenicarciat of 
tee Globe TECLtra, aodThcmaa Ut-gasa, acenic 
I Croibj'e Oper» Honre, The mecbacical 
Bpt>ointme&ta traby tbeoilabrated Jobn Faaat of 
the L>earbo.-n Iheatre and Op*ra Honae, a!) fa- 
asoce al B*. The paooraECA repre- 

ricrette fire, the city in Sunes, 
and afterwards the reins. Other sections present 
a iiwg ol tee t Id cemetery, with its scenes of nf. 
fence r«a»eaasj latinwa of tba poblio baildioga, 
pr.ti.3ctL-.-- tte wa*er works aod other prom]. 
Bft: BlacaBi baccttdtng tte*e. are r.e«a of tba 
' I e ezbibitioa closing with 
tec rc.es cf tee Maaooie Temple by moonlight- 
A iacy cf Chicago wtll dtlETeradeacTipur* Jec- 
tnre. ctsrrperEed wiib appropraie ballads, auec- 
dotes and iccideetr. The approaefctag ajiajiajBa. 
ryot this dreadfol aveet wbfeb took i'x,ce Octc. 
bar !.b acd t h, retails :ts torrifjir.. 
memory, acd ic<eewi'.lbefotuid faJtbf ally depict- 
ed is tbis great paaorama. The prices of admis- 
sioa hare teen fixed at the low rate* of >■ cents 
■■-.:•. -.id on Saxarday aftcmooca matinee 
w. t- g.Tft at talf prieaa. 

New Mfih 4 of Hsulc Teaching, 
Moas. Alexander WlIowbU, a composer and 
an. a*, do« In this city, propeaee to giTe a coarse 
cf leeaoc: far the piano acd fer vocal ma-c id bis 
new caeteod of leaching, which ha* been rery pop- 
alar in Earopaaxd tae Eist, Seacard, 
Mlaa May Howard. 

JT. »o losg the:e_c;:rg .Uy of tee Cali- 
rorafa T.-.t..;re, retnrned from it* Seat by :ce 
O 'r.and train lut si&r: ag. 
Bob Hart. 

Tcis Ethiopian comedian and com;c geaiaaian- 
erally *rri»cd Itob the Ea« Uet evening. He la 
one of the ccw compicy Manager Mtgnjre ie eo- 
aagiagfor the Alhambra, acd win make his firrt 
appearance on Monday evening. 

Awatosucal Mrsmt.— Oea o! the moet 
complete collections of the kind va Ihe Ccited 
Btaaaa, comprising bexdredaof eosUy and beaa- 
u.'cl w« rxodela, U dai'*y on riew (to genUeme. 



' ! Appreciated Abroad. 

TlmCaJlia a paper well-known all ©Ter 
the rnited State*, and though it dcea prig 
Pioaso's dramatic Dewa aithout credit we 
:.ke to repnbliih idt pleasant little para- 
graph* abDut it that we we in our Eaattrn 
exebaugea. The Boaton .Com ier of. the 2Ut 
uit.*,haa one: 

The Call, ef Ban Francisco, baa a new 
critic who a»T», ccccerniog the performance 
o( Mile Dnboia aa Wanda in "La 
GranCe DncheFse: 7 ' 'Her Tt-ice is iresh 
and pleatiDg, and ehe performed her allot- 
ted part in an eaey, t unaffected manner, 
diaplaytDg ka-ll not only as in artiste but 
alto aa an ae'reee." WLat be mean* by the 
iad part of the sentence ie something that 
no feLow can find out. 

Poor Dog; Tray. 

A etory combining the essential dramatic 
element* of woman's- lore and constancy, 
man's cruelty, pidtol ahcn, blcod, and death 
agony, comeB from Lincoln. The city mar- 
shal had killed tixteen dogs and buried 
them in cne common grave. A German wo- 
man heard of the bnrial, end about the 
game time mLeaed her dcg. With that beau- 
tiful deYotnn characteiictio of tbe sex, ehe 
took a spade and dug up tbe whole sixteen 
of them, carefully turned overeaoh terrier, 
ma&iiiT, and cur, but waa immensely re- 
lieved by not finding her own. Now, wasn't 
that beautiful? 

ttJis M>h ig. 

A London paper says: "H'llu Mehlig, 
whose admirable p.-noforte playing some 
searons ago, in London, was much admired, 
has quitted tbe Sutee of California, where 
she is creating a inrore and making a for- 
tune. England ti no longer the Eldorado 
of music iinfl— America and Bussia beat 
John Boll out of the field in terms paid to 
singers and pianists." Miss Melig will 
make $5,000, more or lees in Ban Joeo. 
It may be leasa SO0..5. We thit.k it will. 

Hoping; for the Beit.! 

The rising generation "age" rapidly in 

A mature Bpeciman, eight years 

old, waa hunting about the police stations 

for a stray father, the other night. "You 

see," be remarked, with filial exultation, 

tbe gUT*ner's a little wild yet, but he'll 
grow out of it-" 



Wants to Know. 

A man in Wilmington, Del:, whose feel- 
ings have been disturbed by the impertinence 
of the local preaa, writes to the Commercial 

of that city to know if he has & right to white- 
wash hia cL:cken-coop. 



The baurel Paiaoe. 

Id London and Paris txe many beautiful sa- 
loons where wioea and other liquid refresh- 
ments are djepeifed. Search the«e cities 
through and It Is doubtful whether you could 
find oue ecpiliing in beauty, tasteful adorn- 
ment and elegance tbe Laurel Palace, just 
completed by ilr. George Eabmao, at tba north- 
west comer of Baeh and Eearay streets. No- 
thing like it has ever been saes, never was rnch 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
interior ie fltted-np throughout with polished 
Oalifornia Laurel, and msgninjent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on a!l sides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed in the tno&t aiti*.tlc man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, n-.gp, and 
duster? of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors axe of a 
qnalify In keeping with toe ooetllnesa of tbe 
saloon. Everything is tbe beat that money can 
procure. Hire vintages of wine, th^ choicest 
brandies, and tbe very best brands of domestic 
spirits may be-fonnd here. A spacious cellar 
rune nnder tbe eiloon, acd here are stored, In 
tiers, liquors ana wines in the wood. Tbe 
Lanrel Filtce v>Al he a lavorite resort for tboee 
i^eklns; refreshment bf^r the theatre and be- 
twecn tbe acts, and wtll be f.moas as a reliable 
place for tbe purchase of :am.ly stores, in tbe 
way of wines and . j 



Wtvat Cheer L«aundry 

Is the best laondry In San Irate isco 



Oak Poisoning, 

The ec>ml£e, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Post street No cure, 
no pay. z 

Good. Tblnfte, 

Those wbo can appreciate anything rich, lus- 
cious and plqnsnte, are Invited to call in at 330 
Bush street, nearly opposite tbe Alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jones & Schroeder's oe] e brated crab 
chowder, served from 13 v. to 12 d night, ca 



LOVE UNEXPRESSED. 



cc.ji ei ibs Masecm on Moe 



baor may o« profiubly a&eu;. here. 



tewmery straat. An 



Everybody Oocs There. 
The place to fciy a bat Is Thm Hat Bkjkt, 

f i~ Washington street, the second hat store be! 
low Hearny. Tbe alock ie Immense, the fash- 
ions are tbe it test, aed the pilcas are the 
lowest. _ 



d-iiivc -Madame Clara Antcnia, the 

clairvoyant, ledependent Ttbeco Medium. 
OCoe. «2* Kearny Btreet. ConsnlUtions m 
Englhih, French and German. Q 

To tbe TTntortxtnate 

1>t. G.-bbci -ix^jensary. 623 Ea&rney itreet 
cornar of CorcmerclaL Established la 16M, for 
the treatment of chronic and eneclal com- 



The Old Oyster Honse. 

For tbe laet eight years Tba Bivalve kept by W 
Spreen *>*"» Market street, has been THE fashionable 
oyster honse of San Prangiaco. Tbe private rooms 
apaiaira are Tery popnlar for wedding parties aod 
aapper partiee. Aftertbe theatres call at tbe Bi- 
Taive three doore below Kearny foryoar oysters. 
» 

Oar and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cart of the 0. P. B. B., beeddea 
attending to the dally distribution of Fiaano 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
aith the latest Ban Francisco dailies and all 
tbe Eastern Illustrated papers and magazines, 
tt Ban Francisco prices * 



Live Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding is the cansecf many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
lsgto a irett, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bockea, wbo has catered for the public since 
649, provide! lor his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout. Balmagundl loun, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything tbe heart of 
man can desire. The best cop of tea tn the 
city — English breakfast tea— Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. a 



Tbe iwseteet turtee among the human heart- 
strings 

Are dull with rust j 
Tbe sweated chord*. aCjost. d by the angtls. 

Are clogged w.th dost ; 
We pipe and pice again oar dreary music 

IMon the aelf-sams strains. 
While Boonds of crime, and fear, and desola- 
tion, 

Come back in sad rtfriins. 

On through the world wa go, an army march- 
ing, 

With listening ears, 
Each longing, sighing for the heaTen'y music 

He never heirs ; 
Each 1 en dig. sighing for a word of comfort, 

A word of tender praise, 
A word of love, to cheer the endless jonrney 

Of earth's hard, buty d.ys. 
They love ui, and we know it; this stores 

For reason's share. 
Why should tbey pause io give that love ex- 
pression 

With gentle care ? 
Why should they pause? But still our hearts 
are aching 

With all tbe gnawirg p>in 
Of hungry leva that longs to hear the mmic, 

And longs and longs in v&ln. 

We love them, and they know It ; if we falter, 

With fingers numb, 
Among the unused Btriugs of love's expression. 

The notes are dumb. 
We shrink within ourselves in voloeleEs sorrow. 

Leaving the words unsaid. 
And, side by tide with those we love the dear- 
est. 

In silence on we tretd. 

Thus on we tread, and thus each heart In silence 

Its fate fulfill?, 
Waiting and hoping tec the heavenly music 

Beyond the distant hills. 
The only difference ci the love in heaven 

Frcm love on earth below 
Is : Here we love and "know not bow to tell it, 

And there we all shall know. 



Bold Advertising. 

People who imagine that novelty in 
advertising is impossible, are clearly mis- 
taken, and will be until they shall change 
their minds or until Chicago shall cease to 
exist. A dry-goods dealer there heads Li* 
advertisements, "Tae most alarming sac- 
rifice since the days of Abraham and Isaac.' 



Squarz a'si Funcbee. 

One of the most famous institutions of Oali- 
fornia 1b Squarxa'a Punch. It Is found in every 
city, village and mining camp In tbe State. It 
is delicious, wholescxne and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of this delightful bever- 
sge nctlfles bis patrons that he has opened at 
No. 317 Kearny street, between Fine and Bush 
streets, a Brasch of his oM and popular sym- 
posium on LeldesdoirJ street. * 

Sewing; Machines for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
Mills's Adjustable Treadle. xj 

ir Yon Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
Dd spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun 

«"• . 

Baldness can only be Cxtrccl 

By using J. Loper's celebrated Hair Beetora- 
tlve, only to be obtained at 723 Montgomery 
street, opposite Metropolitan Theatre, where 
testimonials from respectable authority can be 



To Tnoae wno Are Bald. 

Do not fall lo call at 218 Bush street (Mercan 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden's Hair Bestorative. r 



What Cheer i^aunciry 

Smploys no Chinamen, and should be pat 
rootled by everybody. _^_^^__^^^^^^__ 



A beax, Havana at Marks Wilzicskl's "Bul- 
letin" Cigar Store, noitheast comer Bush and 
Kearny, it a res] H&va Nuff ced. 



Grateful Slavey. 

Mictre-36 (to the new housemaid): "Jane, 
I'm quite surprised to hear youcan't read or 
write. I'm sure one of my daughters would 
gladly undertake to teach you." Maid: "O, 
Lor, mum, if the young ladies would be bo 
kind as to learn me anything, I should like 
to play the pianner." 

Oyster Palace Kestaurant, 

London and Parte can boast of tbeir Crystal Pal- 
aces, bnt it remained for Messrs. Thompson A 
Senatx to inaugurate the "Oyster Pal&oa," where 
sncenlent oysters, and foil meals with wine ati&0 
oente, and every good <hing in market, are served 
no in nBeqoxJlcd style of cuisine excellence. Tbe 
locality of ibis desideratum is in tbe California 
Theatre BaUding, adjoining tbe main entrance to 
tba theatre. 00 the west. Mr. Tbempeon. who will 
be remembered aa the former popular Boniface of 
tbe saloon under tbe Odd Fellows" Hall on Mont- 
gomery street, and Mr.Senatzare bothexoerienced 
caterers, aod tbe Dubiio can reiy upon uecuug 
everything served In axanproachable style, at rea- 
sonable charges, at tbe Oyster Palace Restaurant. I 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Attctloneera. 
J. T. Terry A Co., (fcreiture) 309 and 311 Pined. 

Bookitli^n and Stationer*. 
BL H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Batcher*. 
LumECeu, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market 

Sutter street side. 
Eats, Fred, Stalls 94 to 1W. California Market. 

■Jrase Fetmderlesw 
Weed A Kingwell. California, 125 First sb. 

Clothing (Retail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, oor. Pine. 

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

Uaman II air. 
Sampson. A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Hoop and Cortel Manufactnrer. 
M. Freud, ZC Second St., Wholesale and Retail. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W„ (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 

Mechanic*' Tools. 
V. Qaifcley, Manufacturer. 914 Market at. (Spirit 
Levels made and repaired.) 

Millinery Good* (wholesale). 
Haker. W. A Hinx, 5 and 7 Sutter, and St>fi Market 

Music and U aelcal Injstrtunents. 
Keene, C. C, reftr. accordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Moccaroul Mannfaclorers, 
Brignardello, MaochiaTeUo A Co., 706 Bansome. 

News mid Stntlotter-y Stand. 
A. F. Paiton,Statioee:y and BookB. 6V0 Market t. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane A Co., No. 92 California Market, 

Saloon*. 
" BactE o'C'yde Saloon," 557 Market street. 

Sewing Machines, 
*illccxAGiboe. s. il. Co.. 113 Poet at. 
tlliuDc. 27 Soutn Montgomery, 
Wheeler A Wilsoo, 427 Montgomery 

TVlnes und JLIeriors (wholesale). 
Danen F. A Co.. 504 Front- 

aTuttener. 
James 0. Sellers, No. 31 Second stree*. 



A.lt ngether viae Best. 

It Is curloup, but true, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper than any o:h*r 
dealer In xhls city. Tiy him and yen will be 
convinced. x 



Foreign and Domestic Dmg-s. 

Asaaytrs, Bakers, Confectioners, Bah* Dress- 
er?, Dyers, and all manuf acturers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the cash price list of Stroh, Schmidt 
* Co., importers, .'successors to Hu* * Schmidt) 
£35 Commercial 6t„ one door Below Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horto&'s Tobacco Antidote, a 



Tlie Best: Bemedles, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
J. R. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
merciai streets, ecle agents. 



.Wew Style J<wetry. 

Strangere and others c iiten.jL.tlEg making 
purchases of Jewel?y sbculd itfptct A. Birsch- 
D.an'6 elegant stock of tew stales of jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 138 Kearr-y Btreet, 
between Sutler and Pott. Eveiyth'ng at lowest 
cash rates. f 

Best Quality sjsT X>ofrs2clxx 

Driving gloves, at $2 pei pair, at the What 
Cheer Lanndry x 

Do You Know 

That with Btjttebjox'i Fattebwb yon can cut 
tnd make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
machine. No. 113 Kearny street, between Butt % 
aod Post, San Francisco. * 



Elegant Jewelry. 

Hirtchman, at 133 Kearny street, Is attract- 
ing particular attention to his windows by 
the elegant display of jewelry therein. Hirsch. 
man is an artist in his line, and shouldeq 
Court Jeweler. • 

Sanitarium Salt Water Baths. 

Hebe *— Why don't yen take Bait Water 
Baths regularly? Try one. to-day, at the "Ban- 
Itanum," foot of Powell street, North Beach 
Only 25 cents. Stesm btths 60 cents, or two 
warm bath tickets. Dbibcoll A Haoek. 



iieulth ana Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasures In Ban 
Francisco. Nothing is 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 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. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, his cnarges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
go to Frank Bouton ax the occidental Hotel 
When you want a carriage. 



TJsx Bkodts'i Wokdebfox, F^hetthAzic Lxxx- 
atErrr. Then youll remember me. a 

Horace Greeley. 
Horace Greeley, though careless about his 

hat and coat, is particular as to his linen. He 
wears well-fitting shirts, such as are made at 
the FioiarxB Shirt- MarnrEAcrrosT, 327 Kearny 
afreet, between Fine and Bush. \ 



For washing 

Shirts, $1 50 per dor..; small pieces, 50c. per 
dos. At the What Cheer Le nndry. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

2V.E. cor. Jactcson aod Kearny sts. 



COMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Hospital 
London, and the last twelve jtar* of San Francis- 
co. DR. TOZER informs tbe afflicted that after 
visiting all the HOSPITALS IN LONDON AND 
PAHIeI and spending one year in tbe mis', cele- 
brated Hospital in London, tte LOCK, be has re- 
cpeced his old Medical Ixe'itate *t the old stand, 
where ha can always be found. DR. 10ZER baa 
for forty years met with unparalleled sacoess is tbe 
treatment of di'ta«e pen«*alh known os CHKON- 
10 AND SPECIAL COMPLAINT*. DR. TOZER 
is n every war repponsiblc. bicdiiig bimeelf to 
pffeol s ptrmaE>ent cv e. or makicv no cborges. 
Tbo [ e wbo cannot afford to pay for advice and 
medicine will be charged for medtcke only. THE 
MONTHLY RK&TORATIVE PILLS, never known 
to ia>l in giving relief in cases for which tbey are 
re coo rn mended, are to be obtained only at my 
office. Price $-5 per box Full direction on each 
box.aent bv bxpiess or otbemiee. 

DR. TCZER dees not imita'e the advertisiug 
Qoacks who make it a practice to publish false 
affidavits and other false reference?, bnt refers to 
tbe mestrecpeotab'e tec pie in the ht&t*. »bcm ho 
bascTJEEnof diee^ees wbucb others have failed to 
core. 

OS. < HAS. H. TOIL'H, 
Tt. E. cornsr Kearny and, Jackson lureets, 

»y 12 tf Pm; F'a.BCteca. 

Tlxe Two 
"HOT SOOTO:i3 , S." 

15 Morton street, near Kearny, 

....A2.T).... 
188 Setter itreet, 1 door below Kearny 

All Brinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c, 

HOT Ll'VCH EVKEl' MbllT. 

Eu^lisli Ale on Ox*a.i*£;llt 

FKLDMAXX <t BKIOG«. 



NOTICE 



TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



BOARD OF EaUAX-XZATION 

ASSESSMENTS. 



pUBLIC NOTICE I« HEB£BY 
called to the following redactions— on 
rich men's property— made by the Board 
of Supervisors now in session aa sa 
"Board of Equalization," tahen from 
he Evening Bulletin of Monday, July 
2£d, 1873: 
Baib of California Building, from $125,1X0 to 

ngnoo. 

W. A. Macondray, lot on Saasome street, from 
?&5.t(l0to J63.0IH 

E. W. Burr, lots and buildings in Twelfth Dia- 
trict. from $i7j.K>0 to ^ MOW. 

Dennis ilsbcn-v, lota on Pacific, Larkin and 
Jackeon etreets, aatnao to $23,000. 

D. Ms^orey, bmld ngs on Polk and Jackson 
streets. $20,000 to §i-S£(i£ 

Go^d:rd A Oo., baildinss occnp'ed by Pacific 
Iron Works. Firs- Btreet, 530,000 Io $20,000. 

Rudolph Jordan, tbe old Clipper Restaurant 
buildics;, Washinsrton s'reet. S2','.W to $12,000. 

Radolpb Jordan, lot Hul' i». ?2;.wt0 toS12..W , y. 

Robert Watt, fcuiidisg, $26.0<«> o *14> \ 

H. D. Cojswf.11, two-st<cry brick buiMing and 
basement, WiS'J. northeast corner of CLrk and 
Front Btrcate. $», 

Etc., etc, etc. etc. 

Ett any poor man compare the redac- 
tlosu made aV.-ve on the property of 
these wealthy citizens -w-ltb that made 
on his own little homestead— If the Board 
delsjoed to make any— and remember that 
these men are mostly chronic office seek., 
era, and will be sure to be up for sonae 
office at the next election. Is there any 
any poor man who wonld vote for them 
a\£-ala for Supervisors, to sxtve them an 
opportunity to form another Board ef 
Equalization- fer the Bleb. 

j)24lf A. O. 9. 




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Frontiere & Beliemere 

MAHUFAOTOBIHO JEWELEKS, 

rHAJMCOJNX) SETTERS 

M om As.Ce and Qniirtr Cntt.r,, 
70O MOHTSOMEKT ITKHT, 
m25] B9U Washington md Ji&ton. 



MARKS WILZINSKI, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

DEALER IN 

Havana Cigars and Tobacco, 

NORTHEAST CORNER OF 
BUSH AND KflBM' STHIITS, 
SAN IEANCISOO. ijl51m 




-at** 



ARION 

Pianoforte. 



DECLARED BY THE JUDGE 5 AT A LAT£V 
Fair of the American Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial against BtcinwBy'o. Obtcfcencc'8, and" 
othere. lobeTHK BEST ON EXiilBITION. B. 
CVBTAJZ, Sole A stent. KO O'Farrell street. 
N B.— Pianos of sll styles TO RENT. mar4 



TO L ET. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOMS, 

AT THE.... 

WEBB HOUSE, 

37 Second street, opposite Grand KoteL 

THIS HOUSE HAS FIXE SUNNY ROOMS, 
with a Restaurant connected; aleo. Bates* 
witbbotand cold warer. Paniea wisb;og » qnist I 
and select piece would do well to c&jI and see 

tbem. j ; 1. Ira 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 
HAYWARPSi. 

IONY OAKJKS PROPRIETOR 

First>Claaa BoteL. 
is 15 Cm 



I. a. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama strata, 

r* Terrapin constaatly on cacd. 
Oysters in every style. PR1VATS 
SUPPER BOOMS FOR PA£7TK8. 
rnhJlla 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAB. V. BEBGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 

THE 
ac 



OLDEST ESTABLISHED J 
and most popular RsBtaurant in I 
San Francipco. The Tables are sup. 1 

Elied with tbe beet in market. Board. 
/ the week, 408 PINE STREET, ;3stabov« 
Montgomery. ruartS: 



a asia*r^h 



MRS. M. A CUM MINGS, 

MAGNETIC AND TBANOE HEALING ME- 
diom. Nofrt6?4 Fofom Birter. PnblicC-.r- 
es, Tuesdays^ Weclneedajs, and Fr.daif. a*.T:;0 
U.P. Admi'sion i5 cents. jy22 lm 



J. M. LOANE'8 RED LION 
SALOON, 19 Geary street, near 
Kearny and Dapoot, sV Tbe 
choioest Wines and Liquors, 
EBRlwh Ale and Porter a)w sys ' 

. jd draught. You will always find 

OLD DaVE MENDES Business Manager, there < 
to attend. sp6 




THE MUSICAL INSTITUTE uF 
MAESTRO D. SFERANZA opened^ 
o classes and private pupils on tbe 1st o HI 
May. AppU to MAESTRO D. SFEBAN- 
ZA.No. 17OT Powell streeL m23;f 



SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.. 

Xo. fllO CLAY STBEET, 

BAN FRANOI3CO, JULY 9, 1872, 

■tar- At a meetloa; of the Board of Di- 
rectors held this day, a dividend of nice \ er cent. 
psr annum for the six months ecdicg June Sub. 
1572, was declared on all deposits, free of Federal, 
Tax, acd payable on and alter MONDAY, July 
15tb, 1872. 

CYRUS W CASH ANY, 

jyll 2w Oaabier. 




THEATRE ROTISBERZE. 
•aaat aTatpoal sa., im door sontb «f Bauah. 
K. MARCllAjrD ATE OF THW 
Restaurant" ef tbeCrJot 
Proprietor. —Tba Tablaw prtrrl 
lex. with all tba Dallcaoies of tba ssasoo. 
saar-GYOTEBc IN EVERY »TTl<at. ta6aai 



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ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS 



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FAREWELL BENEFIT OF MR. J08EPH MURPHYI 



SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock MURPHY MATINEE 



• CUD AT EVENING 



Mr. MURPHT IK KATJM CRE 



M01CDAT IYEATOIQ, Atuii.ll Mb FIRST ArPEAAAACE Or 

MISS ADA OR.AY, 

IS THE 'MEAT PLAT Of 

B7"Tbe Heno aa-M In tblaTbeatre la from an«rm»n A Hyde a, AgaoW for tb« celebrate*) Weber PUnoa. 
*r C*ra will If* to tbe Theatre for tbe Mtealoo and North Beach e-rery night at the cloee of the performaoce. 



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llrfM flrrh- nntl Orchrttra. HfMrrid Beat*... 1 0» OaUIery SA Cer.ta 

Pn\iAt*- B>if ..!• «Mi aarSeate anay be Second BLi Derate adva^co..*?* 



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aire or ■oman*. a. ho bat* and rtB- 

roKMIHt AIINIll 
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l-ei Bf*» 8t a» . I.t4l aaj B „a>al M ...... Br»rtrri»a 

I4ra.an.a1 •>■•. 1-a.ft. Thf 1 wl« «»-t Hniatee*) 

Ur-aat AMtaa afakaajtaw . U-e Mai aW.a>.Ut-t»e> 

WeaeWte.1 I .**»•-* a Twll* •»»•. * (bm. Hriaal*! 
riilas Tmpfrr Maat* Ta»*rl..laaia> 

TIIK ajTBCBIto MAW OF TMH M»RlU 
Will bald a i;.iw-aaa»<, Otai-M oa hia ahaal Jar whlla batDC 

8ra4 o»T;»« I la trad oca nJa TAAI.MU OAT Naaalaoa. 
Iltrai Hauaal Br >. 7.1*mrr a«d A r<- •■aaall ' r a 

Ovartara.. 



iiiim iolo rii iHi.raj (omn.i. 



M.ll.aa raaai U* 



Mlaata riltHara 



Rall»a 



Hong aad Baae**,. 
Ballad . 

Ovtrtora.. 



..MlMle l^aVar 
<> Tartar* 



CoeoladlM wttb Tba 

GAME OF LIFE! 

Anna Mi«a .lohoaon i KaU. Fanoj Oarrafaaa 

tUrtvall ... . ,...H. -Sinclair I IrOttla Marm Koal 

Jaok B!aokmora..B. G. Marab I Ftnnla Minn1*> Ktlmora 

TraatpiDilom MatlKall/lLlixl- Jaaapa aa 

Job TomaiT Braa LltUa Janoia Ida Fiak 

Poiioaaao Loo McOarthr I f'»rrt. Snali. hobWon 

CnuotyOanaUble J. H. Larkln I Dam* Robbin«..Mii« Cfiaptaaa 
Uaflroar JoCnny Toera I Mra. W»at ..Uarrie Armatraoai 

If. REHE Alia AL- WAN a? ISO. A MUSHAWO 



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FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 



TV. OEl'LR. S0U« 
....*T ... 

LANCASTER'S 

•«l WHIIIVOTO* IITRfET, 
ii" ■> Oa»- Pf a4r*4n i Opara So«**. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francigco Suvintcs Union, 

4taT» rallfarala Hrcal. eor. Wabh. 

FOR THE tTM.F YKlR EITDINO WITH 
*>iu Ja"., i-;j. » DutJ.nd baa baaa daoiarad 
at tba rata of Nina and HiLiaaibi i l Jb 10) par 
aMLMMBva on Tatta DapoartiB, aoa . Ifht(^) 
■a* eaM. *•*? a**«Ba ot> Odlaa.rr Da pawl t a, tra* t>1 
fadaaral r «x oo 4ai>oiit a, puabia OB and aftar 
I'l trdar. 
l.L tTHITE. Oaablrr. 



WKl.iSE8DAV.lv! 
fal la- 



PIPEB'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VI KOI Ml A CiTT , NEVADA. 

THIS ELEOAICT THEATRE HAS BKRH RE- 
daanraMd, and ma ha rantad bj tba nljrbt or 
b» tba traah. Bun aad traTallac oompanlaa 
UtaraliT traaaad witb ta applloatton bf latter 
JOH1 PIPES, 
Haaaaar aod aola Propria to*. 
_ Or io J. M. McOAHKL 
•■• W.abraaaoa. atraat. Ban rranoVao**. 



To tin Dramatic Profession. 



TBI OADAABIOBKD, WHO BAA AAZBI 
•W IwlM |Wt DaaiDD H ai l wttA DhA pr*n of 
ItaaaAaaiD »«u a»o». brta. anatma of 
i iiilu I— lo loo Ootoaaao.Mn to imln.u 
AAo ka paoooraA to afao o a pa a toaDD il odviao to 
' Alia TtatAaa: or BodlUtlas a 
— i .OmobIml roa ■odamto. 



laaalarua •J.MUbla* rapUM isai bVnllid 



aJSSr-SiaSSt' 



WILLIAM BBBBT WATKBa. 

>do» aa r - 



nfr 



Tahoe Billiard Hall, 



JSo. •4.1'V Hearny itreet. 

OBAA. A. ITOIIK a JAA M. WBTT».rAOI«A 



llMuAkri. 



» ^r, Hod ol OAAoito. 
A K'.Uia 



MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL. 



Firisit Star Lecture 

... on 

SIOMOkY IVF.SnO . AIOIIT Ctt. 

TBEMB-" Lava, Ooatisblp aad MarriaT*,- witb 
aaa'inf* of Ladfei aad OaotlaaieD on tba •taa;* at 
tba cloar, aoaordlcf 19 T*nparamaDi, Stroc'.ura of 
Brain, aad Ftpraatioo ef Faoa. Cbaau aoJ Moi 
•atlBc. A raJaaMabook ail) ba(iraa to tba Iiaccl- 
•omaat »dj aad one to tba ntiiaat nan in tba ball. 



Lecture 



Second Star 

■TTaffalMT a^laTXaTri 

Tl'RNDAT f.YF.M.Mi ...AlOl'aT 6(h 

"Tb« Ooldaa Rnlta of Pbfileal Lifo." tpicod 
•ritb ' daah at Diat, Ba'bfai, Clotbioi. Cliraata, 
Eztroiaa. Ladlai Hetd-draaias, ato. ExamiEn- 
tloai ol Cbaractar at tt« alcsa, totetbar witb a 
book to tba "fatten" 'ady and oaa to tbv Itaoaat 
in tba ball. 

Xliirtl Star Lecttire 

....on... 

WEDNEinAY BYEMSO ...ACO. 7th 

A irand Daaoripiira Laotara of tba Throat. 
Laoffa, Haait at d Appaadacaa: TJaaaand Abatua 
of •una. Vary lsatniotWt: will brvo baraao Ufa 
A bit of (on at Uircloic, io all will aleap wr.l af v 
ItarlBg tb« M. L. Hall 



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J.Uloi 



OPERA GLASSES 

— *.NI>— 

FANS 

BapAlrad wbtr* tba? ara 
»od chaapear— »i 
O. J. »a, HI VFK'S. 

af H Mooltfunarr atraau 



The New Wilson 



aaWTlokate ft r tbe Tbraa Lactate*, fl (0 ; S1pr)« 
Tloiate, Fifty Ofnta. At tbr Library Hall on raid 
nJibt", aad at Knaa Homo from now oo. Visa 
maaic iaalda and oai»da of ball ; chin moala frat 

aW-Pailora 37 and 38. RUBS HOUSE, lawhara 
DR. PAYNE bolda hia EiaajlaaUona and pra- 
Miibei. Tarmt tba aasoa aa at botna— fl 00 for 
JLaadfoal Examlnatlora, S3 (0 for Pbranologlcal 
Oharta.aad SAM for Aatbropoloftoal Eianloatloo. 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 

... m.... 

Domestic Economy 

Ff»BE NEW YORK PATENT CARPET RBNO- 
A vatiof Coopaor. Patriot ad Daoambar, 1870. 
Claana aad raatoraa oarpata to thair original baaa- 
i j aad brteattif at witb oat raraavtea; aba aame 
from tba noor. AllDaat. Orca«f. or Ooal Biuok», 
ramoriSar oar praraaa, aad dafacad oolora will 
baeoate aa fcrlf bt aa whan now. 

Tba rjoal.ijif tba raavoratlra la alao not lojori- 
0aatatbaa.ra.dal.cate fabnoaod tinkaadaao 
MlSaipreveotlTaof moth aod raratla. 

SAN KKANOIBUO OEPIOaL 
Na. US MASVIW HlWIal, BOOM (K 

jytHaa BIBON LEOPOLD. Maaagar. 



iC notice: to 

BOYf ANOCIRL8. 

Tar. nrrr-OKHT pimoil bbabpaaib. 
far tba vol AcMolOklUno. u oo> for a«lo 
br IDo Moaofutoror aad Ak.hI. JAB. BTOTT 
lOOA M.rkat ali.at. jolt }m 




SjBAVINO machine, 

IB TBE OKLT 

FIRDT.fl.ABH anUII MACHINE 
DoriAtloaaitbAa 

"COMBINATION " 

Prioo. It makaa tbe dodbIat "Look Htigb, and ia 
aold at prior, 

8 I 5 or 820 Lower 

Than any otbor. Kx.nilno aod lode, (or poor 
ddItda 

B7S4 ti»28 88T Koaray atr»»t. A. F. 




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THOMAS W. BREE. 



> MANUFAUTUKIH 

— ArTD— 
BIPAIIIB 



fg DRUMS, 8.U0S, 

UTnIB MTBIC A1. IMATatUMEMT* 

EgTABXJB BAP Hf 1BAS. 

pa Lpaa u oA At to» o o too Banjo aad Prow. AAA 
MlBSIOrl KTBABT, bolwooo Flrat and Bocood. 
" - • Bllfto Bolo Banoo forPro- 



CAND1ES.- ■«"* 

ALL KKDD OA TBE FDTBBT OAJTDV 
DiAdo At oar Btoaai Oaavdj rAotory dAilr. All 

OANTY * WAGNER, 
1«>T MoaksoaiarT aV. a>aarSwttar 



MRS. UPHAM HENOEE, 

CLAIBVOTANT A NO tflONETfO PHY8T- 
OIAJI. RaAMB«3t* Boab auaat. Kooro *•* 
OAoa ho cua fro aa 10 to XI aad 2 to 4 PUBL'O 
BEANOKBThutada* aad batordaj aran'on; aiao 
■tttlnsa tor butinaaa. joiJ lm 



HALL'S 

X l lA ' 

P A R 

A P R l 

R S L l 

! A A , 

yellow' 

DOCK 

IODIDE of POTASS 

THE BEST BEAUTIFIES OP TBE 

OO ]MFIjS]3CI on 

In w Onr.. PiroplM. Bolla. BloUbaa, Rban- 
motlam and MarooriAl PalnA For aola b, All 

""■«"*■ J.K.OATEA*CO.. 

.. v. 9iil ■ ■ tmm adafaatprlatora. 

Car. Skaaenao and Co aa aacrclai at a. , 
Ml I BOLE AGENTS FOR 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
; yyebfoot Pills-. joiotf 



Dr.Zeile'slNewRussianJurkish 

—AND— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GEnTLEMEfc, 

No. SSB Povalflc atrt-ft. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS EB 
tabtubmtiot of tba kind, eltnar la Evpwa o 
Amarloa. OoaTaniaot aad aaparata aparvuaote. 
Batblnf by Btaata, by Hot Atr, and br Plain of 
Medicated Watera. Baitaa of rooma la ho aaraa 
bnildlna lor private pattaDla. 



TO LOVERS OF SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT 

A Beltxt rrft.iind-Ka.r at tbe, 



CHARING 



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SALOON. 



Rfitt MISSION ST., TWO DOORB FROM 
UV/U BaooDL,, avarr Batnrdar arenioa. Chair 
takan at 6 :30 v.u., abarp. G. W. BrowQ, ahatmaa 



Wblat, Cbaaa, BUHarda, avary nlcbi. 

i 1'iio.aua Dai 'a 

of Hot 



Loodon Nawa, Pooch, Ball'a J-ifo. Oltppar, 
DoinRa.Oall and Figaro oo tllo. Tba boat . 
Pane Boa and Llqnora aarrad. 



J. EAOLE8, Prortator. 



BR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And Colter* of Medicine. 

lfl n.W. BEAUTIFUL AND IN8TRUOT- 

lll.UUx/ Iva oblaola to ba aaan, 
Pnbtio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUBEE. 
SIS Montgomar- atraat, FOR MEN C 

aw Db. Jourjijr t- B1TA-. i Orriox, oppoal 
Macbanloa" Fair. St I Gaarr atraat an 



ONLY.BB 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

RELIEF TO ORIPPLBB.-THE| 
■Trent. anooi*aa attending tb«r 
naaaf DR. HALL'S CORN ANDE 
BUNION CUbK baa oraated ood & 
aternatfon amongBt tba aarn doo- v 
bora. Tba public oo loogar par a larga faa for a 
tempora ry core, wboo a tifly-cetil bottle of Dr. 
BalPa Rrmady will glra Immediate relief and 
effect a permanent eora for tba worat Coma and. 
Baniona. F. RIDER, Agent, 

ju6tf 8. B. oar. Bnab and Dopont tta. 



B^!^i?W8TOJ^*ifta 

Market, aatraaoa oo California atraat. — - ^ew 
Pablic or private partiaa and faaaJliae tapplfad 
from e am. to 12 P. m. Ladies' and Oaotlamaa'r 
Oratar Boo as open from i am to U P.at deTT te 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

M AYE R 8'" B A Z A AR> 

Oor. Moatgoasary aad Pina street*. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Gtaoda. Una F ranch Finer Artiolee ato.. ato. A* 
lanra atoot of fine SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 



ALrlAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

IhA, TIH ALT rUr.lBBED BOOMS. 8IA- 
Bf»«lalalA 
I" VTM Bllllal aaid VoatIU.M4. 

■ IS fewab atraat. «««4 tf 



Oandy. OaStxacly- 

MA. MERGES, BUOORaBOR TO a Hi 
. Maroar, Wbolaaala and Retail Candy Mano- 
faotorar, SIS Eearny atraat and 1ST Becoadr 
atraat. Baa FraoeUeo JUUbllabad 1661 Crdara 
tilled to ear axteet la7 I 



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the joubna:- of amusements. 



Published every Du in the Year by 
I». BOGABDTJS 

a Merchant aad SS* Wu«hlmton 8t« 

Below MoDtcomerr. San Francisco. 



THURSDAY., 



., AUGUST 1, 1872 



"Th» F*t ContrIb«tor»» Saturday 
Nljrht >' 

A. M. Oriiwold. wkw baa loog been writ- 
ing for paper* ow the lignuure of "Tlio 
Fit CoDtribntor," haa attrtsd a paper of bis 
own in Cincinnati, entitled u above. We 
have received the firetnnmber ; ft is good. 
We bope the Fat Contributor will aoooeed 
as welt as a publisher as be has as a writer. 
Headdresses himself in the first number to 
■A Good Katured Pabllo," and says : 

We hare known the good natnred public 
long and well, and believe in it. It is a more 
extensive corporation than many suppose 
wbo are only looking up a morose, diaagree- 
able, or malignant public, or flgbtiog a 
stubborn, wicked aod irreclaimable one. We 
arw proud «ud glad of the acquaintanceship, 
and ready to do whatever is in our power 
to continue present friendly relations. We 
doa't know how we should bo ablu to get 
along with any .other public than the G. N, 
P. Conscious of oor sboitoomings, we 
Bhooldn't dare to bring our case before any 
other tribunal. We throw ourselves upon 
the indulgence of the oourt, because we 
hnow the court to which we appeal is indul- 
gent. And yet it is not a weak or indi*- 
critmnatiug jury because amiable. On the 
other hand it is often critical Id the highest 
degree, and wLilo smiling graciously when 
pleased, it gri«vea most judiciously when we 
who atlempt to cater to its entert&iDment 
overshoot the mark or " oome tardy off." 

A 'Nice Gail." 

The heroine of Charles Ik-ade's last novel, 
"A Simpleton," id named Roaa Lusignan, 
and the novelist thus desaribes ber in ber 
introduction to the reader : " She was a 
dark but dazzliog beauty, with coal-black 
hair and glorious dark eyes, that seemed to 
beam with soul all day long ; her eyebrows, 
black, Btraigh'isb, and rather thick, would 
have been majestic and too severe bad the 
other features followed suit; but her black 
brows were succeeded by long, tilky lashes, 
a sweet oval face, two ponting lips studded 
with ivory, and an exquisite ohin, as feeble 
as any man could deeire in the partner of 
his bosom. Person— straight, elastic, and 
rather tall. Mind— nineteen. Accomplish- 
ments— numerous ; a poor French scholar, 
a worse German, a worst English, an admi- 
rable dancer, an inaccurate musician, a good 
rider, a bad draughtswoman, a bad hair- 
dresser, at the mercy of her maid, a hot the- 
ologian, knowing nothing, a sorry account- 
ant, no housekeeper, no seamstress, a fair 
embroiderer, a oapital geographer, and no 
cook. Collectively, viz., mind and body, 
the girl we kneel to. 



Removal. 

Kewell's Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
A n Immense business for the past year though 
bidden away up two nights of stairs. Now It 
has come out in fall view of everyone and Is es 
tablished at 13S Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is now fast monopolizing 
all the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
shirt* at low prices, and Newell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of our nest citizens, u 



An Old Landmark. 

The Verandah OUjar Store, at the N.E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the hut 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana cigar b, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc x 



Dear Met Bow She Palatet 

N. B. — TJse Dicxkt's famous OBxaoz n> Lis 
and they can't se o ft. a 

tlalr Jewelry made to Order. 
H. A, Oallender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 63 
Second street. San Francisco. D 



MeDewHL, show Card Writer, 

Bead? made and made to order. g.E. corner 
Montgomery and Sacramento streets. o 



Oyster Truao. 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corrille, of the 
B«ddle Rock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
hi own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Pacific Ooaet. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a famewhloh 
has extended all over the continent: and the 
' ' Saddle Rook" is known •verywnere. 



Comic Sottas. 

No more you need be troubled with flies, 

Mo more need you use polaon— 
Just buy yourself a Hoosler Trap, 
Fop go the flies in. 
Hoosler Fly Oatcher Factory, 210 Sixth street, l 



A\ aebtntr Keturned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 

La on dry. 

Deposit your Monoy. 

With the Land Mortgage TJnlon, interest »!• 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks, office 103 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'oiook.T 



Sanftarlam Salt Water Bathe. 

Hhbe f— Why don't yen take Salt Water 
Baths regularly? Try one. to-day, at the "San- 
itarium,** foot of Powell attest. North Beach. 
Only 35 cents. Steam baths 60 cents, or two 
warm bath tickets. Prtbcoli. k Haozh. 



•'Roscdale 

Polta Hilltalre," by Stadfeldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price 60 oenta. At Quay's 
Mni •Store, 803 and 6^3 Clay street. 



Lev*r Buckle suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 3ft per cent, cheaper than else- 
where— at the "~*iet Cheer Laundry. <t'| » 

New TsrkUry Goods Store, 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
na*nto, receives n«w goods dally from New York 
auctions «ry cheap. Remember the number,* 



.6 Ban Jose Mercury says: 
Ever sines Fioabo failed to make 
itself the medium for furnishing the pro- 
gramme of antertunmentd at onr Opera 
House, it never Jets an opportunity slip to 
say something mean abou: Ban Jose. It 
persistently losieti in intimating that no 
first-class entertainment will pay expense 
in San Josa : when the fact is that it is very 
rarely that a n>»t*el&ss performance does 
not pay here and pay well. 

What on earth is the Mercury talking 
about ? When there is a first-class dramatic 
company at " onr Opera House," Piaiso is, 
as a matter of course, the programme. It 
was programme for Emerson's Minstrels 
and programme for Lotts. The only reason 
we say " mean " things about Ban Jose is 
that that town is very mean in its patronage 
of amusements and that many members of 
the profession have lost money by endear- 
ing to furnish amusement to a community 
which cares nothing about it. The Mercury 
itself has again and again taken the people 
of Ban Jose to task tor not going to see end 
bsar excellent entertainments. The deni- 
zens of that town seem to be afraid of 
"money being taken out of the town," 
That is a mean spirit and that is what we 
reprehend on all occasions. A meritorious 
performance in Ban Jose will not pay and 
the Mercury knows it. As to being pro- 
gramme of "onr Opera House" once or 
twice in the coarse of a year that is really 
a matter of very little importance to F ioabo. 
When San Jose does patronize a good en- 
tertainment liberally and shows some ap- 
preciation of music and the drama we shall 
most willingly chrooiole that remarkable 
faot. Until then we shall repeat again and 
again for the gui lance of the profession 
our assertion that San Jose is a bad "show 
town." 

Peanuts and Dyspepsia. 

An exchange says : 

Of all practices that are calculated to work 
up a first-class dyapeptua, none are more 
prolino in their effects than that of eating 
peanuts. In the first place they are ornde 
and Indigestible, and added to this is the 
manner in which they are eaten. If an in- 
dividual would make a regular meal of pea- 
nuts, or take them in moderate quantities 
at stated intervals, they would be a little less 
h armful ; but instead of this they are ia vari- 
ably taken between meals, at this time or 
that, or whenever it is agreeable, and the 
consequenoe is, a constant wearying effort 
Imposed upon the digestive organs, which 
wears them out and gives no time for recu- 
perrtion. 

That's what we have said to Mt. Pickering 
a hundred times. If he would only make a 
meal of peannts he wouldn't he dyspeptic, ; 
but he won't ; he goes on munching those 
peanuts that he geta in exchange for polit- 
ical articles in the Call, all day long. He 
has to do it, he says, because even his dra- 
matio critic refuses to take his pay half in 
peanuts and half in cash. 



Formerly of Rnss House Oarrifft-es, can be 
found in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, south west corner H h and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Sables. Oarrta» orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. no 



A. Pleaaant Location. 

Pereona desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the alhambra, 
and Inspect the one suites of rooms to let there 
Tne buildlnji in a ten Ana one and U well 
lighted and v entilate d. " 

BOO Fairs oi SocW, 
At all pricea. att he What Cheer Laundry. • 



A Timely Prciont, 

At thU festive Bcwoa, a dozen of Banana's ox- 
qnlsltely flavored punch** form a moet appropriate 
pretest, the ear* nog punch sates a arsat deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great skill. His 
famous symposium. Bat 20 Liedesdorfi'. and is pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, hie wortbr successor. C 



Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 J*. »t his 
Hygelan Hall, 637 California st„ and examines 
patients phrenoiogicallyas to health. The best 
and cheapest place In California for a sick per- 
son to oflt well. O 



The Showman'i Wolf. 

The following has the merit of truth, and 
shows hew sly and humorous are the meth- 
ods adopted to circumvent laws enacted to 
prevent the vending of alcoholic drinks : 

During the brief liquor law a live show- 
man made his appearance in a small village 
with a small, tattered teut, a half-starved 
wolf and a suspicious-looking keg. The ad- 
mission fee of ten cent* was cheerfully paid 
by a number of "old sports," who mani- 
fested a peculiarly strong desire to see this 
very common and villsinous-looking speci- 
men of the animal kingdom. Bnt the odd- 
est part of the show to the bystanders was 
that one particularly "hard old oaee" had 
pressed in to " take another look at that ar 
wolf" no less than seven times during the 
afternoon. The secret was at last revealed. 
After several unBnccessfnl attempts to start 
for home, he at last approached the tent 
with an unsteady step, and banding his last 
dime to the showman {?), hiccoughed, "I- 1 
b-b-b'iieve I'll take jus' one more look at 
that wolf!" 

Fhotoarephlc Cards, 

At one dollar per doeen at the Peoples Art 
Qaiiery, 34 Third street between Btevenson and 
Mi* sim streets. T 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS" 



WOODWARD'S GARDENS. 



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TEN PERFOEMEKS, IN THEIR 

Extraordinary Performances ! 

AJTD 

Daring Balloon Ascensions! 



Saturday and Sunday, 

Aaaruit 3d and 4th. 

MAKE ASOPNSIONS (WEATHER PERMTT- 
tinir) on SUNDAY, and do a Trapeze Act in 
mid-air. StNOltA STaOY will do for tbe first 
tiro* in tbia city her as oundiag SWINGING BaL- 
ANOti TRAPfcZK. Among their grtod acta are 
the Spiral Mountain, the thrilling Niagara Leap, 
Japan* a ■? Aots, and GoDtortioDB. The OURTlb 
BROTHERS perform ever; day and Tuesday, 
Thursday, and Saturday evenings, when Skates are 
iMB>-,-. m ji -ltd 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB ... 

PIANOFORTEjmd SINGING. 

MON8. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI, THE 
well bii own Pi.ioisr. and Vocalist, has the 
bsnor to inform bis friends and the public of Sun 
Fracciaoo that be opens courses for Piano and 
Singing, by his entirely new aod simplified sys- 
tem, the shortest; in existence— reading Music at 
sight, accompaniments of an* song by a new 
march of harmony, sa well as the most thorough 
knowledge of time, by Mobs. Wolowaki'e new in- 
veotion, whiob baa oreated a great peosatlon in 
tbe musical world. Lidfes and genr emen deei- 
roas to beoome fine aingera or excellent perform- 
ers can leave f heir orders at the Piano Warerooms 
of WM. BADGER, No liSSaoaemB street; or, at 
Mods. W.'s residence, No. 4'i; Sattar street, 
jy 31-1 w 



Oysters, 
In strolling roand the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gaa light, 
Onr careless feet, by chance aid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a screen » 

Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; ,' 
While moBsy atone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window reem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go in here— 
It looks so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, '-I most agree 
That this place flints me to a 'T.'" 
Mo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at onr side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked onr wish — 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found it true, 
And cooked magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Jnicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Jaet think of that, 
And If jour mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam land oraba and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place a 'i kinds of game, 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sore, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. - y~ 

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 doubts this let htm rash 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
Aod there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goee there once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery: open Day and Night. 

CHARLES HAAKE, Proprietor. 
a 
It In Pertootly AstonlakkixiCf- 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 am, returned the same evening 1/ de 
aired. * 



CITY GARDENS, 

Corner of Twelfth and Folaom street* 



SUNDAY AUGUST 4th 

Grand German Musical Festival 

WHEN THERE WILL BE A GRAND CLASS- 
ICAL OUNOERr by an Orchestra of »0 
Soloists under the direction of Henry Maiden. 
In tbe afternoon MR. JOHN MANN1AG will 

appear and exooute hia marvelous performance on 
tbe TRAPhZE, in wbiob he challenges tbe world. 
Daring the afternoon and evening a SOCIAL 
BALL in the new Pavilion. 

Admission to the Gardens aad alt the amnse- 
ment ), only 60 oenta 

On hondav, Augsotllth, Grand Festival of the 
Germain* R-flos, Stenbcn Guard and San Fran- 
cisco FusiUerS. 

GRAND BALL every Haturday evenlog. Ad- 
missions© cents. Ladies free. Jj30-tf 



Or. Doherty 

Has devoted hie] study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and u such la 
bow the most suoceseful ol any Phyalclan in 
Ban Francisco. Office 610 Sacramento street, 
comer of Leldetdorff. a few doors below What 
Chaer House, r 



Reduction in Gas 

THE SAN FRANCISCO GAS 
COMPANY 

IIKEEBr C1VES NOTICE THAT THE Gov- 
ernment Tax of 25 cent, per thousand feat 
baring beta removed, the price of Gaa on atreets 
wbiob are supplied by opposition companies will 
be reduced, from And after tbe FIRST DAT OF 
AUQU8T. to 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other streets the prloo will be reduced, from 
same dace, to THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY 
OKNTS t«3 50) per Thousand Feet. 

JOS. 6. EASTLAND. 
» 29 tf Secretary. 



BARGAINS ! _ BARGAINS I 

ISO DOZEN HATS 

TO BE SOLD 

Belo-w cost! 

Within the next thirty days, at 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 

oTjy25lm 104 THIRD STREET. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

TABLEWARE ABD HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of every deaortxion from wbiob the eilrar ia 
worn, oan be re-plated In the finest and moat dur- 
able manner at the SAN FRANOISOO GOLD 
AND BILVEB PLATING WOa£b\^ 
MS aCleelon etrwt, belt. Www M*mt*m. 
.«a-T end Third. _ luri la 



10,000 Useful Articles 

OED3AFBR 

THAN AT ASilT OTHIB STOBE, 
AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEASHY STREET, OPPOSITE PlAM. 

• 

ALL KINDS OF 

Mens' Clothing. 

CHE APER 

THAN AT ANT OTHER STOBE, 

,...a.T.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNYSTREET, OPPOSITE PIAZA. 



EVERY KIND OF 



Housekeeping Goods, 



CHBAPEH 

THAN AT ANT OTHER STOBE, 
,.,.aT 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles. 

OECEl.ea.FEm I 

THAN AT ANT OTHEB STOBE, 

...,&T.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 

THAN AT ANT OTHEB STOBE, 

....AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

OFTTI A PER 

THAN AT ANT OTHEB STOBE, 

aX 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 

CHEAPER 
THAN AT ANT OTHEB STOBE, 



H b i > ) 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KUMY STREET OPPOSITE PIAZA 




Pacific Stone Company* 

THE PACIFIC STONE OOBtPAJTT OA^X I 
the especial attention of Arobiteet«. fcogio- 
eere, and the public io general, to the SUPEEIQK 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manafaotarwd 
br them in tbio city under the Ransoms Paten U. I 
The j- make to order and keep in atook: 
BalldluE Fronts* Water Pipe, 

Sink*, Mo li amenta, Fountain*. 

Tile*, Coping* for Wall*., I 
Filter*, etc, etc., 
Together with Raneome's oalebrated Free-Grit 
Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior, I 
and at a price far below that of hand-cat work. 

a9*The attention of private parties intending to 
build ie roBpectf oily solicited. r p j- 

Omoe, No. lOBTJSH STREET, Sin Francisco. T 

THE CUFF HOUSE.' 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS! 
F0AMINS SOfTF I MONSTER SEA LIONS 1 

APPETIZING EEEAKFASTS, LUNCHES I 
DINNEES AMD SUFFEBS. 

BRING TOTTB WIPE! ' . 

BKIlie TOTTB fahilt: 

BBINO TOUR JLADT FKIENDS * 

And 6D107 ariew of tbe FTNK8T OORAN PAJNO I 
RAMA IN THE WORLD, all in sight of 
the world-reDomaad. 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet o white-winged meaaenfrers enfeariac 4 
from every part of the commercial world. 

tV-New Line BaBBei, connecting with Btraei 
Oara at Lone Monntain ereir 15 minutes hereafter * 
for the Oliff Honte. Far e V, oents. 

CaLIFORNIARESTAURAHT i 

NOS. 61 0, «18 AND t.14 HOST. 1 
gomery street, near Momhant.— 
Lad.ee' Saloon connected with tin Bm> 
tanimnt. 

Bill ot Fare. 

lee Cream or Csffee FBKE a*> 
any periou Spending **e. 

Senp. with Fish or Rroast* ..l5o 1 

TwoJZgg* 15e 

T*\r*M Kgg* a»c ' 

SmelU or Salmon, with Coffee ....tto 

Steaks or Ohops. with Tea or Gollee. . .L5o 

Sirloin Steak, do 20c 

Fresh Ontera, Baw or Stewed. TSo 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer leo 

Bottleof Olaret Wine... 15c 

Piee, Pudding or Cake 5c 

Oat Meal. Hash er Cracked Wheat. ... fie 
Coffee, Tea, Ohocolata, or a Gtaas of 

White or ni*ret Wine .*, 5o 

dal-tf JOHN REGAN, PropriefrT 

BRANCH OF THE 

California Restaurant 

WILL OPEN ON 

Sa.tiiircl.ay-, 13tli instant, 

At 8* Moulgomery street. 

Opposite the Lick Hoa=e, It will be a fLrtit-ola 
BeBtsursnt. 

jyl2tf J. REGAN, Proprietor. 

VERY HANDYJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK. MARKET, HOWARD AN 
^ Mission street cars take you to No. 3 Second 
■treet. Kearny, Baiter, and Central cars toka 
yon to 124 Kearny street 

Our "A 1 wo Stores, 

Where yon oan be eapplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds of FURNISHING GOODS and TOTLB 
ARTICLES at prices lower than moat stores ca 
afford to sell them for. 

n*T" Call and satisfy yourselves. 
BENEDICT A CO. 

EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and Bad* 
to ORD£R, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

apB tf © Kearny *treet. 

RACINE HOUSE, 

No. 10S3 Kearny art., 

BAN PKAKOIBOO. 

THE ABOVE HOUSE 18 COHVEHIEHT ^^. 
to all the ateamboat landings, baBineaa^Ssgrf 
portion of the oity, and tbe principal plaoea EHBI 
of amneement. Beat of acoommadationa at - ™* 
lowest prices Restaarant attaabed to tbe boaee, 
where the best of board oan be bad on the reatan- 
rantpUn. OPEN ALL NIGHT. 
ja24 1m J. BIOKERSTAFF. Proprietor. 

Eivicioiicl Notice. 

THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N. B, Cor. Montgomery and Market 
Streets, 

Ban Fbancisoo, Joly 23d, 1872, 

AT A MBETINO OF THE BOARD OP Di- 
rectors of this Sooiefcy. held this day, a drri- 
dend was declared on a'l deposits, at tbe rat* of 
eight oer c«ot per annatn, for the naif-rear ending 
Jaly 21st, 1872, payable immediiitely, and fres of 
Federal tax. 
jriS 2w EDWARD MARTIN ffecretary. 

MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR SOCIETIES, AND THE PRO- 
feseion generally —The nnderslKned be** to W 
inform all in need of PLAY BOOK.S and STAN- 
DARD DRAMAS that he is constantly reoeivin 
the Latest Publications from all American and 
English Houses. Address all orders to R. M. ED- 
WARDS Oate D.E. Appleton 4 Oo'a). 54>8 arid 
61© Montgomery street. Ban Francisco. 
Catalogues fnroishe d on application. ap i*n _ 

REMOVAIj. 
J. CORIN, TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS REMOVED FROM CORNER OF 8 L7 * 
mer and Montgomery streets to No. *ok> 
MONTGOMERY STRfiKT, between Pins and 
Bosh, oDDoaite the Ross Honae. apl 1m 

Dr. J. H. Tufford, 

PHYalOlAN FOR THE TREATMEWt OF _ 
Dtssaaea of the Bar. Threat and Lnngs by In- *<> 
halation of Atomised Medloinas, the only posltiva 
core for Deafness, Oataarh, Bronohltii. Asthma, ' I 
OonaampUon, etc. Eramination FREE. OSee, 
1»8 14**rnyatr**U Offlo* hours fro« i *.-■!. to 

5 p. at. jn6im i 

DASH AWAY STABLES, 

112 ^^pSi-^ b ^. B St*A J _- 

Bonis* on tfa* moat reasonable terms. "" 
L*!dl**»ndO«U*m*osrladdJ*Horao* tf Of 
always on band. Particular attention — i ./l . 
p*jd to Bo*xdiB« Horse*. f o7T tf 




WSMK SOWS 

mmmmm* aaaa. mm* 

S tA»Ti»« Avcmoaa. 

-•» •-* 

XL lacrion Sun. 

a .* ■ ■ » «» ■» > 

3MI fiurn 



MONTGOMERY'S 
HOTEL, 




IIA^^H 



<r putts music hall 

t «vr«H(i n IT I 1 



H1W ALHAKBBA THIATEI. NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 

Lnst T^ocls. of the Great i ,ri-tf 



WlflARE FEET OF CANVAS 



'.« s - \ .pry Meat! 
opeka iiorrrr iHRi.tiqiE*. 

KIMSTRCLST. KEQKO ACTS. 

L>XCtITIMATII>nAMA 

THE CHAMPION ORGANIZATION OF THE WORLD 

—~w-'. -■- ■ — —■ ■ oooitiij niui ooopan 

HRNOL KJFl I ' th .mi ar bt iti, • »n ii \mr wi in,- m 

THI» CVZHIMO 



rial Panorama Simmons & Slocum's Minstrels! 
lie Chicago Firs 



ntff arrcA«*> i . r te r t 

IDHULilDXI A1VTY 



nrdlan. (Nil ( hirlrv, sution. Sine ani l>Anr« 




TMtt rvEwmo 

rmiT bttj 



tnaorr i 

«I Will. 410 lATf/BDAT AFTIBB00B AT 1. 



I'nrl 1 



ncaKO Before the Fire! 

• IK. 4 . » % » I \«. n \ I I. >> 



bpb» ■ ■— » i 






tt— tiiiBmi-m it In Mialnai 

tTMM ' 

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Baaaaa mim>« ataaa .. nu irmii 

■twin 
Slorum, Nwealmm. Sutton aad the Kniirr ( orupany 



- 

tub j 



* - i of tho Principal stre>etsl 
IWIf HuiUinc. Printii'* Offlc-M 
JIMS OF THE CHURCHES 

jmaixs aboctebs OLEARrscow 

- ".OHOS STOBIES re:itatiohs 



J«rlpUT. Latnr* aad Dr.nii.Uo Ballad 

CO.AVOO 



t|ilnl - . f "Hill ■»' f>«U 

.. ... rifir €•«•!• 

ii.i >■ nuca at 
fjao •nturclny Mntlnoc, 
IN OBDER TO AOOuHllODlTA 

ritj SOITOOH.S! 

.. tbx GREAT 
'H4«* o. SAtarAAr. 



Purl Nnoowl- 



>ll.>. 



The Groat OELEHANTT and HENGLER 

IN Turn OKIUINAI UHUI A*n Plllta. 



SWUTtAM SI ill I'M **a SIMMONS. 



THE GREAT 


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3E3XT3FlC3rE:SS 




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DOIBLEJIO 







tTBLOH AND BICE 


irceir>E 


A.3XTID OUTSIDEI 

•.WFATNAB,. HI ':KK]f AND SLO< 



Tha wbola tocoacluAa with J.C. 8i*«*n • Original Hketcb enUtlad 

TRIM TBIXl TRIX! TBIX! 



MR.OURRY 

IN R lalNION JUsTlUK Of PEACE 

.M. AlNM.BY »C0l T IHANNAH 



COOL Bl'lOEM 

J. ROBINSO. 

J U. MURPHY 

JOHN RIOE 



MONDAY EVENING. August Rth—Flrit Appearand) of 

MR. BOB HART, THE LAUCHABLE ETHIOPIAN COMEDIAN. 



%r Ail BUI* aoalo't tha Alaan.br. Theatre wujt be prcaontoil haraafter on Moadar. 
TA« Piano oa<h1 U from tba honaa of EobJar. Chat. A 00., 638 OUT itnat. aoanta for tba oalabratad Oblokarlns Piano 



AOOCIT 1 
OBKAT Ml CGUfW 

The Milliner »r San FranciiM'B 

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III 
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IN WaiOU TUK WHOLE Or TI11H 

8PI1ENDID TXIOTJFB 

WILL APPEAR. 

«R.DELS«RTT£ HIS BEEN EXPRESSLY ENG.GED 

FOR THIS PIKOE OALY 



To eonclada wltb 

IDIXTOnLCJES. 

Jftcrtb H»mn-l Q H. Fouit 

.Sa-nnpl Jacob Uarrr Dtror 

Kalph Honejrdoa narTr Uow.rd 

Clara SUrr 



ADHIMTOW %T» Oeata 

Entnuio* to Pnntt Boiea on HotUr ■trMU 



•IE MODEL, l.'tniJIM. M.n,i,v 



IIFIC HOUSE, 



Ewv «f CoaMiBterelBi.1 
l.lf«M*1«rf •*•• 



lYlagary A Go., successors to Harvey 1YE. Lockwood & Go. 



SPLENDID ASSOBTMENT OF 



IMPic house,";:;:: .r 

1 A UaDTOli * OiTRFLL. 



• -*•*• Gents', Boys' and CiiUdren's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 



-OWE l'HIOK. 



Wo. 331 KRARKT HTRF.KT. BETWRKH BVflH AND ni'TTI 



BALDWIN'S 

DAIRY BUTTER 

■VaT-None **nnine tinli'ii aroour'tt from tbt Sola 
Aiuot. N B. TKRWILUUCR, St.-lin AO and ftl 
Wi-rthiotftxtMarttai. L K BALDWIN. 



<|T PACIFIC HALL 

r»ta Th-»tr- BalHlng. 



age and Pnlpit 



i IV 



i LIVE LECTURE, 

— — BT 1KB 

Ifjn. Charles E. Jones. 



,tm aVaiadaa on tbe Pl«tfa>rm. rials Epeak- 
aUatit L'harrar* f ad Tifalrti Why Ckttrche* 
ll»aj. Prcnfhfr* a*»d Playara loni ago. fr»- 
m «ff It to at NtacCacntla Ocntarr Caab. trmm 
Pa«l ta C%ad»aaat. rnlplt BInndera). foaale 

I) itra.la.ni fr.aa Lira. *Naa«ril|i IVhlatllnr. 
WblaaWaT Preaebere. Talaa «t I,mmgh*i>r. The 
rtlaa «f Trta Teaabere- "Fall of Wlae Eawa 

a bfailern Ia«tanr«ar' Fhllf Mpby of rrwthlDg 

— w«ri rraBTaaalva. 



riDAY EVENING AUGUST 2d 

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. 



..piETT ctatrm 



FERMNOlZ a aguirre. 

shiomaulaE UavrrcRs, wo. n«s post 

• LTMt.oiaj- Kearor. 

■E Caaa 



AFlM A — i l rai m i of Rata > 

eoaaiNntlj aa bataal. 

■ a»U mad a to ordtr And naoiAlad in tha onateat «ljl#. 



a 




g fl J M M l T*.«9AIT TTrt WTO>i 



ATTEIVTIOIV ! 

ATTENTION 1 
ATTEIVTIOIV t 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 



AT THE 



GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 



G. ABRAHAM 

27, 33 and 36 Second-st., 

AS TBK FOLLOWIJfO LIST OF PRIOKB WILL PUOVEf 



Fla<i Ife.Tar Frock Anita from. 
ATlae Uwww flack AaUta from.. 

Flwe Caaln«ri! .nil fro™ 

Flae Bearer Pkai* from 

Floe Caaalnera Panli (na.n.. 

Flae Velret VmIi from 

Flae Allk Oaaalmrra Vcata 



»»o> la SSO 

.. 30 to AO 

.. as to as 

.. lO to IS 

7 to 10 

a to la 

T la 1* 



aa-RSUIMBlB THESE OARMENTH ABE ALL MADE 
TO ORDER IS AKY STYLE TO SUIT TUB PURCHASER 
AND A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. OB NO BALE. 
LOOK OUT FOB YOUR OWN INTERESTS. AND ALSO 
FOB THE BIO SION OF 

G. ABRAHAM, 

27, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



-ALSO. THE LABCAAT (TOOK OF REABT-MADB 
ABD OKNTB' FDKNIABiaO GOODS IN THE 

EQUALLY LOW PRIOBt. 

C. ABRAHAM, 

S3 and 35 Second street. 



asjE 



t was confined to my bed 
for two months. Buffering 
with chronic Rheumatism- 
Was cured |>y 



in ten days 9 treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific street. 



REFERENCES. 

Ja*. 0. Nataan, Kan., ei-Ohief Bnclatar, Tli 
WasblriRtin atrnet-Cbronio Brooobltls. 

Kobert Noimiio, 7M OroaiWloU etraat— Altbmt. 

Charlsi Lumer. Ian buck driver, oor. Gaary and 
Marlc*>t .tre*>tfl— Paraljaii 

J. H. Clark", laM HoAllb Isspeotor— Daaloeas of 
lone ataadisg. 



ANOTHER PROOF -I, THE UNDERSIGN- 
•d. tiiko pl«a«ora m mformioit th« ptibflc tbat 
I bnvfi tjinti ourod of pATnlyai*! o( ov.r nln. tears' 
sUadlni by DR. MULI.ER, SB., No. ilOSMoot- 
gomerj a! root. (SifTDod) 

ClRO. StTKRSON. 
Oarpnnturand Buil-*«r. 2<W OtomeDtina atraat. be- 
tween Third and Found. 



The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Louin, 

IS NOW AT HIS PRIVATE PARLORS 3T 
and 38 Kant Hoojbp, rend" to waft od Ganfla- 
iiibb. Lootoraaat Horcantlla Library Hall atr-m 
next week. jy3l Ira 



BR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON, MAGNETIC HEALER. - 
Dr. M. baa baea blrrblr eiicceasfal in treating 
Paralyeirt, Daafqaaa, Debilltj. and loflammatory 
DilflMta. aoata or chronic, of alt the ore-ana of 
tba bodr. Dlltaau of Ladlaa traaied Wltb tba 
at meat oall caor. 

MRU. ALBERT MORTON, OLAIRVOTAiyT 
MEDICAL AND BUBINEB8 MBDIDM. AND 

Ofatrrojaat aKamloationt for disiaia in paraon, 
or from bair. Spirit ootntnunioatlooi Payobo- 
matfloal readinia of obaractar froo '.ottara, aod 

' Mr*, atorton'a GoidM hare been »ary inoo*i»fal 
la diraoMna maay of tba laaAlni fHizraoa of Bo. ton 
Is afadio»r Lajral and Boalaaaa taatMra. Honra 
f rora 9 * id. t*>6 P.af. _ , , _ ,i 

11 Q'FABBj»lA.»T..a»nF 1 .idUoo. lrg>M 



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TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



OEirTRAL BATHS, 

liaOEABYSTRBET-THE I — 

. flnislBathln. aaubiutimo.t in a«i 
Hka «l. LOUIS OOBIVBAU. «„« 

■Pioprlaloi-fonutl, ^ I yf'* , | ^i^ 




AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

AT THE VARIOUS FAIBS, 

For the Superiority Over all Others. 

FOB BALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ATTBBOLD 
B.Lollanm.nt. 1BO Laldeadorl alnat, .paoalU What 
Ohaar Boua, and at 
: '"" SaT/AVBZA'S BBAWCH 

•IT EEAK.i Y BTBEET. BBTWEaW FIBB ABD BUM 



THE JOTTB HAI. Of AK PBEMIgTB. 

Pobllebed erorj D« In >i« »•" *» 

J. I». 33 O OABDTJB 

AMUBBMWTS, Etc 

* ' tmm »«w« »ow it « wme ° p *° th : 

ite-ielT- « l*«r.u. with tbe «*«*""• 
d«»» .«•- tob.-a.fr. Of .WJ »-■»"• «* 

U d tb.y mi brtwr tbao the grainy °f »'« 
Ho dance »<-. They m.l«d oo Iras -bsnaix 

, W ,H U.t Dtght. «d tiM- th. »"-»"^ 

."were rSttrVcftili (Oied ;-;toWi^ 

•.Ib.b»d work. wonld have >»»•*• I,t . U , e ""^ 

D.I B n*».y end H#o«l«. Oooi B«ne* ud lb. «.i 
or tb. brUlbot combination .t pmeot i V*** 9 '*' 
, n gslU..Alh»»bra, wW appear »o-»»«bt » the 
capital bi» pabllsbtd oo out first page. 
M.tropolHan Theatre 

Beta TwyfewtUfbU mor. remaio of the *u- 
«,,»«iof of JooMtrpbf. wboerjxars Bigbtly 
fo u"! I bco- t> »b. dremaof " Mao.nO.ee.' 
Tb». day *b»cb bid. fair t. liral " Btlp m P°P- 
sjlaniy. will t« perfo.ir.ed .1 tit """»"" B *»- 
mra s» OoSond.l.T.oiotMr.Murpb, -molw 

b . •««.»«» ■PPt«ln«i» **• •"" P'w- To - 
■orrow alibi f«mll b*™flt of U. popular Mur- 
phy. 
Bella Vnlnn. 

Tb. sxcitfDg play oUte "Game of loft, with 
itiattssnpisst M.urder. ebaae of the villain, aad 
«UeriUinaiaoaa»f,li..c» popular; th. AJricau 
OlroMl.foHof fan and tbe Reynolds Bratb.^, 
J B. Irfrtla *ad Oarrlf Armstrong, Hr.and Mr*. 
Oii.ll. and others present a vsry pleaaiog •otsr- 
iftlDBUDi. 
Antrlcan Theatre. 

Oofilland Cooper, lb. clever eon* and danoe 
Bin, wilt mike melr first appearance at thia th«- 
sirs to-night in" Tb. Appetfmy Eye," M Dia 1b 
what we did." «d other sketch... Th. now local 
plaj ol ','Tbe fao FraneUco Millie- r "and "Di- 
Torco* will conclude tb. an t'ltalamant. 
paBtrtmaof tht- Grwat Olalcago Fire. 
The Ufa of naxl »ontb will b. the anaiveraary 
•f the fr->a* firra of Ohicaj'J. To-morrow er.n- 
io«. a panorama of tb- r t*rrib)e totnaa prsaentod 
on thia occasion, will be placed on exhibition 
it Piatt*. HalL Tbic beaotifol paiotlng which 
ooTara o^tr thirty eev»n bnodred iQoara f*«t of 
• aDT*M wae f xecatad from actual tiwwb and draw- 
lata. by H.nry 0- Crorr, of lb. Academy of De- 
lign: J. Howard Bo«crB,»c«nie ariiat of MoViok- 
•x'a Theatre; H.ary O. Tryoo, aconio artist of 
Wood- MoMom: H«>ry Dreiaa.J. bCeniOMtiet of 
the Globe Tbeatr*. and Tbomaa alegana, acoio 
arU.tOf Croehy'B Opera Boo*.. The mechanical 
apoointmenu ar. by tba « lebrated John Fanat of 
tb. Dearborn Tbeatr. and Op*ra Boaac, all fa- 
noaeartiB'e in their lioa. AdeBori«UTe ice tore 
will a* d«li*er.dby a lady wbd will expla'a why Mr.. 
O'Lean'a Cow wh not bronjtbt with the panorama. 
On the oanTtsa will ha tbowa ritid aoaaea of 
Chicago befora tba flra. the city la fiunee, 
and aftorwarda tb. mine. Other .actions present 
t .ewe of tb. old oemetary, wilb it. .oent e of suf- 
fering. rcpraeecUtiors of tb. publio bnitdiog*. 
printing offices, the water works and other promi- 
nent place*. SncMedlsg these, are Tie»B of the 
rains of the churches, ibe ezblbilion clOBiog with 
tbe rains of tb. Uaaonio Ten pie by moonlight, 
Thar, will be manic, anecdote., recitations and 
descriptive ballad.. For acboola and families, 
there will be a matinee performance on Saturday. 
An adT.rtiaam.nt of thia .nU ruinment appears 
in a programme space on our flip t page. 
Pacific Ball. 

The Bon. Charles E. Jones will on to-morrow 
ever lk deliver* "sir* lector.," entitled "Stag* 
and Pulpit." at Pacific Ball. He will give oomio 
illustrations and imitatloDS of palpit pecaliari- 
tiss, etammtrlng, wbi^:llog and wbiniog preach- 
ers. Tb. lec'are will contain sound sense and 
a great deal of fun, A synopsis appears on 
Oar first page. 
•'Hnrapty Dnmpty "' at the Metropo- 
litan Theatre. 
At the conclusion of Miss Ada Gray'a engage- 
ment at tbe Metropolitan Tb.atre, Fox A Denier 'a 
"Hnmpty Doopty," which wis played a thousand 
■igbU in ib. Olynrplc Tbra're, New York, to 
cro»dcd ho n»ee, will be predated asder the im- 
B.diat« diroetlonof Tony Denier, who will arrir. 
on Satnrday next, with tb. fall company. No ex- 
panse will be spared to make tbe pantomime tbe 
most gorgeocs arer produced. 

AXaTOXflGAL MUBETJM.- One Ol Ibe mOBt 
aomplet. oolleeUooa of tba kind in the United 
Suite, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wu modala. I. daily on view (to gentlemen 
ontj) a; the Unseam on Montgomery street. An 
boar may be orofl'abiv soaot beta 

A Pleasing; Perforrasnce, 

A Partisan grandfather corjgented tfaat 
his daughter sbonld go to the theatre only 
on oonditioD that she flhonld be at borne 
again at baif-paat ten o'clock at the latest. 
"Bat, grandpapa," pouted tbe little girl, 
"I shall nerer see any of the last acts." 
"KeTer mind, my child," was the indulgent 
response, "I will remember that, and, if 
you are faithful to your Btndies, I will ar- 
range with tbe managers to give onee a 
month a performance made np of all the last 
acts in their repertory so there shall be 
nothing but marriages the whole eTecing." 

Everybody Goes There. 

The place to bay a bat Is Tn Hat Brona, 
64T Washington street, tbe second hat store be* 
1 ow Seamy. The slock le Immense, the fash- 
ions are the latest, and the prices are the 
lowest . « 

CmsvoTAXT.— Madame Clara Antonia, the 
c *iiroyant. Independent Tracoe Medltua. 
Once, «3o Ke*ray Street. Consultations m 
-fin-Uah, French sad German. q 

To tJbie> Cnrortunate 

Dt Gibbon's Dlapenia r y [ 533 Kearney street 
earoar of OominerclaL Established In 18M, for 
*he tttstment of chronio end medal com. 

%?£«?' a gy ■ m »» > ■»" *-s. »■ 

for «-n..r>lntt 

BlUrtl,*: to po do..; nudl piMH, no. par 
i°* M Jib WUU ObMr Lnmdry, • 



j mooted (iae6tion ae to 
whatber »nimalB posseMtd eoula. Some act 
u ,[ there w ^ something mora thin to- 
Btinct which governs them. Tbe following 
ia related, by b correspondent of Once a 
Week: There are innumerable stories re- 
lated of dogs. Here is one— trne, upon 
mine honor. My cone in went onl one eve- 
ning to dine with a friend, abont half a mile 
distant, and having foolishly taken a bottle 
of wine, fell asleep oo tbe side of a lonely 
path on his way back. It was a cold nigbt 
and he probably wonld have been dead if he 
bad remained there till morning, and so it 
appears, his little spaniel dog thought, for 
beset ofl to give the best notice be conld of 
the oconrrence. First he came barking 
violently at tbe door, and then be went to 
the housekeeper, and palled her by the 
skirts of her gown to the doer. She in- 
stantly suspected something wss wrong 
with tbe master ; and great was the little 
fellow's joy when the pat on her bonnet to 
follow him. Ee kept looking back every 
few seconds to be sure Bhe was behind him 
and when be was in sight of bis master, 
stood still and gave her a pointing, melan- 
oboly look with bis eyes and bead. All that 
lean say is, that if each dogs u this have 
not goals, it's a great shame. 

Too Bread Altogether. 

The dambroad is known to be the ordi- 
nary Scottish name of what in English is 
termed a draughtboard. A Scotch lady 
newly come to London, and rather too fa- 
miliar with her own mode of expression, 
inquired st a linen draper's shop for a table 
cloth of dambroad pattern, meaning ohecq- 
nered pattern. The cockney shopman, 
amazed at each a question from a lady, an- 
swered: " "Vhy, ma'am we have patterns 
pretty broad, but— a— a— hut none quite as 
as broad a s that." 

Better Prepared. 

A clergyman in one of tbe interior towns 
of Massachusetts lately forgot his notes on a 
Sabbath morning, and as there was not time 
to send for them, he said to his audience 
that "this morning I shall have to depend 
npon the Lord for what I may say, bat in 
the afternoon I shall be better prepared.'' 



Hever again «iU the rosea blow 

For as like the roses we o sed to know. 

Oh novar again will the wiJe say hold 

Such wealth of glory and eonset gold ; 

And never again will I wblfper. dear, 

Tae pleasant fancies jou .miled to hear. 

And never again, at tbe day's decline, 

Shall I alt with your little band In mice, 

And look at the beanty ol sunset skier, 

And the sweeter beauty of jour aweet eyes. 

Sever again I for the dream la done 

That a word, and a loos, and a touch began. 

Love, if ws oiwayl eoulfl dream, ah, then ! 

The words are aa sad aa "it might have been 1" 

For us, there Is nothing but memory. 

In the coming days ol ahat could no( ee .' 

Love, yon are near to me, and yet aa far 

AS the round earth la from the farthest star. 

Kiss me and smile In my eyas onoe more, 

Tbo' your lips should quiver and eyea run o'er. 

Put your hand in mine for one moment— one, 

And then good-bye, for the dream ia done I 



Something of a Mowstauhe. 

The handsomest moustache at Saratoga is 
described as one of those formidable hirsute 
appendages that instantly overcomes yonng 
ladies, and in a twinkling awes civilization 
in general. In dimensions ft is ten inches 
over all, and two inches breadth of beam. 



A Learned Pig. 

A bored sojourner st the summer residence, 
of the Amerioan Court relieves his ennui 
by Bending tbe following to the World : 

There is a learned pig here, kept in a tent 
and yon can go and see bim if yon liie by 
paviog 25 cents. Eicept bathing there ib 
no'ihing else to do between breakfaBt and 
evening, and after awhile the pig becomes 
tedious. We went to Bee him one morning. 
Be is an elderly animal, with an aspect of 
stupidity exceeding that of many aldermen, 
but be eeemB to possess remarkable mathe- 
matical powers. He is good at addition and 
division buthas not yet mastered the art of 
silence, for he grunts consamedly; I had 
pictured bim in my mind an agile and 
fugacious pig with a twist in his tail, fall of 
jocund capers and merry Bqueaks ; but this 
was as mere a hog as ever died into lard or 
rose again in the transfigured form of bacon 

Not Much. 

Wosrano has— Ain't you going to send 
that boy of yours to school, Bill? Bill— 
"O, Willi? He went one day, and when he 
came home he told me it was rep'enBible to 
get drunk 1 Think I'll have p'rental feel- 
in's outraged, and all the sweet an' 'oly' 
union of 'ome 'ffection broken by swells 
teach n of bim I Come an' 6tan' a pintl" 



eg » ; warn 

A seedy individual went into a stors in 
Detroit tbe other day, wiped his weeping 
eyes, pulled out a greasy Bible, and re- 
quested the clerk to purchase the sacred 
volume. "It belonged to my dead mother," 
he sobbed, "and if I wasn't starving no mon- 
ey oonld get it from me." The clerk give 
bim a quarter, and told him to keep his 
scriptures. Toward night the man waa 
taking to the station howling drunk, He 
had the Bible in his coat-tail pocket, though 
several leaves had been torn out and 
wrapped around a herring. 

Too Cheap. 

Milk is selling at one cent a quart in some 
parts of Minnesota. This will not pay for 
the wear and tear of a cow's tail in switch- 
ing flies. 

elquarza'a Puncnee 

One ol the most famous Institutions of Cali- 
fornia Is Sqaarza'a punch. It la found In every 
city, village and mining camp in tbe State. It 
is delicious, wholeBome and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of this delightful bever- 
age notifies his patrons that he has opened at 
No. S17 Kearny street, between Pine and Bush 
streets, a Brakcb of his old and popular sym- 
posium on Leideedorh* afreet. • 



What Cheer *-*n.xxrL<iry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should h, a 
rootxod by everybody. 



! 



Sewing; Machines for Sale or to Rent, 

Obeap, st 116 Post etreet. il&o, Agency for 

Mills's Adjustable Treadle. x J 



ir Toix Want 

Tout Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
oot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Latin 
Off* x 



Baldness can only toe C7nx*ed 

By n flug J. Lopez's celebrated Hair Restora- 
tive, only to be obtained st 723 Montgomery 
street, opposite Metropolitan Theatre, where 
testimonials from respectable authority can be 
seen. a 



The Laurel Palace. 

In London and PartB are many beantiXnl sa- 
loons where wines and other liquid refresh- 
ments are dtapensed. Search these cities 
through and It Is doubtful whether you oonld 
and one equalling in beauty, tasteful adorn- 
ment and elegance tbe Laorel Palace, Jnst 
I completed by Mr. George Kan man, at the north* 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like It has ever been ssen, never was snch 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
Interior is rltted-np throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on all aides. The walls and 
ceilings are freeeoed in the most artlatlo man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, Sags, and 
cluster! of Sowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality in keeping with the costliness of tbe 
saloon. Everything is tbe best thst money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, tbe choicest 
br&ndiee, snd tbe very beet brands of domestio 
spirits may be found bere. A spacious cellar 
runs under the salooD, and here are Btored, In 
Hers, liquors and wines In the wood. The 
Laurel Pal-.ce will be a favorite resort for tboee 
Seeking renrettbment after tbe theatre and be- 
tween the acta, aod will be famous ae a reliable 
place for the purchase of tanuly stores, in the 
Way of wlnea and liquors. j 



A Difficulty. 

Two children out at plsy were trviDg to 
think of a new game. One said: "I know 
what we'll play. We'll play at being hus- 
band and wife. I'll be mamma and you'll 
be papa." The brother objected to tbie, 
saying: "If I play papa and you play mam- 
ma who's to play Freddy." 



Acquitted. 

A Detroit girl, arrested for theft, has been 
acquitted, because Bhe had never heard of 
the Bible or tbe ten commandments, though 
no other city wonld consider that a virtue 
sufficient to balance her crime. 



WTxat Cheer Launary 
Is the beet Lanndry In San Franolsco 

Oak Poisoning-. 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple,. Entrance on Post street. No cure, 
no pay. z 

Good Tli in (£«. 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, lus- 
cious and piquante, are Invited to call in at 830 
Bush street, nearly opposite the Alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jones & Bohroeder's celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 w. to 12 at night. c± 



Tbe Old Oy«t*r House. 

For ibe laat eight years The Bivalve kept bj W 
Spreen 640 Market street, has been THE i&sbiODSble 
oyster honae of San Fraaolsoo. Tbe private rooms 
op Htaira are very popalar for wedding parties and 
eupper parties. After tbe theatre* call at tbe Bi- 
valve thrae doors below Kearny for your oysters. 

Car and Stesuaer News Agency* 

A. Erotiberg, tbe news agent for the steamer 
Oapital and the oars of the 0. P. B. B., besides 
mending to the daily distribution of Fioabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest Han Francisco dailies snd all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco ortcee * 



Live "Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding is the cause of many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pionees Sestanrant, on Wash- 
lngtob ireet. at the comer of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy. Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the public since 
849, provides lor his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout. Salmagundi ioud, game, tame geeas, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best eon of tea in the 
city— EBglifh breakfast tea- Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here, b 



Foreign and Dasneatic Dntgfj. 

Asaayers. Bakers, Conreotlonera, Hair Dress- 
ers. Dyers, snd all manufacturers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the cash price Hat of Btroh, Schmidt 
a ; Co., importers, (sucoetfoTstoBus* fcihrnidt) 
635 Commercial St., one door Dejow Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horton'e Tobacco Antidote, a 

Boat Quality of. Dn^akln 

aS^Sy**'' "* W *" **' ««» vmt 



Oyster Palace Restaurant, 

London and Paris can boast of their Crystal Pal- 
aces, bat it remained for Messrs. Thompson A 
Senatz to inauirnrftte the "Oyster PaJ&oe," where 
succulent oysters, and fall meals with wine at.60 
eents, and every good thing in market, are served 
dd to unequalled style of cuiBine exoellenee. The 
locality of thia desideratum is in the California 
Theatre Building, adjoining the main entrance to 
tbe theatre, oo tbe west. Mr. Thompson, who will 
be remembered as the former popular Boniface of 
the aalooo under tbe Odd Fellows' Hail on Mont- 
gomery etreet. and Hr. Senatz are both experienced 
caterer*, and tbe nablic can reij npon tinaing 
everything served t n ODaPDroacbable style, at rea- 
sonable charges, at tbe Oyster PaJace Restaurant- 1 



To Those who Are Bald. 

Do -not fall lo call at 218 Bush etreet (Mercan. 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden's Hair Restorative. 



A wy»AT. Havaka at Marks "Wilzinski's "Bul- 
letin" Oigar Store, northeast corner Eueh and 
Kearny, if a real Hsva Nuff ced. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITI, 

Ji.JE. ear. Jaoluon and Kearay it 

rpHK GREAT ERADIOAT OR OP BPE 
1 COMPLAINTS, formerly of Look Hot 
London, and the last twelve years of San Fri 
oo. DR. TOZER informs tba afflicted that 
viaiting all the HOSPITALS IN LONDOJPl 
PAKXS and spending oob year in tbe meet J 
brated Hospital in London, tbe LOOK, be hi 
opened his old Medical Institute at the old a 
where he can always? be fonnd. DR. 10ZKI 
for forty years met with unparalleled success i 
treatment of disease generally known as CHI] 
IC AND SPECIAL OOMPLA1NTS. DR. TO „ 
in In every way responsible, biodiog binuwl 
effect a psrmsDSDt cn> e, or making no ohs i 
Tho'e who canoot afford to pay for ad vie t 
medicine will be charged for medicine only. I 
MONTHLY RESTORATIVE PILL8, never ki ? 
to fail in giving relief in cases for which ihe» 
reccammended, are to be obtained only air 
office. Price Jo per box. Fall direction on r 
box, sent by Kxp:ees or otherwise. 

DR. TOZEB dees not imitate tbe advert 
Quacks wbo make it a practice to publish 
affidavits and other false references, bat »fe> 
the most respectable people In tbe State, wboi 
has CUBED of diseases which others have fails 
cure. 

OB. CHAS, II. TOZEB, I 

N. E. corner Kearny and ! Jaokaoo streets 

myl2tf San Kranotei 

The Two 

COT SCOTGK'JB 

near Searcy, 



• . • 



IS M ortoa street, 
....AKD.. 
188 Setter street, 1 door below Keai 

All Prinks, Plain or Mixed, IC 

HOT laVN'CH EVERT NIGHT. 

Eug-lisli AJ.G on JDraugli \ 

fELDMAXK «fe BRIG6I 



Altogether ibe Btst. 

It is enrioup, but t:ue, that J. A. Sbaber, 
707 Market Btreet, near Third, ttcuid sell fur- 
niture and btddiug cheaper ihnn any other 
dealer In this city. Try him snd you will be 
convinced. Z 



Wew Style Jewelry, 

Strangers and others oontemjlsting making 
purchases of Jewelry should inep' a A. Elrsch- 
man's elegant stock of Lew styles of jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 1 <3 Kearny etreet, 
between Sutter and Post. Everything at lowest 
cash rates. F 



S. F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Auctioneer*. 

J. T. Terry A Co., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pint at. 

Booksellers and Stationer*. 
PL B. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

. Batchers. 
Lumsden, John E,, Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Butter street side 
KAtx, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100. California Market, 

Bras* Fenudertes* 
Weed A Klngwell. California, 1*25 First rt. 

Clothing (Retail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, cot. Pine 

French. Fancy Goods, 
Looan A Oo., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter, 

Raman Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. A Co.. 110 Second street 

Hoop and Corset Hanof actor er. 
H. Freud, 36 Second Bt., Wholesale and Retail. 

Jewelry- 
Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), CIO Merchant 

ACechaalca* Tool*. 
V. Qaigley, Manufacturer, 914 Market st. (Spirit 
Levels made and repaired.) 

Millinery Good* (wholesale). 
Haker, W. A Hirm, 5 snd 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Hnile and Mnaleal Instrument*. 
Keene, C. C, mftr. aooordisns, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
MuccnroDl Mannfaclurera. 
Brisnardello, Msochisvello A Co., 706 Sanseme. 

News and Stationery Stand. 
A. F. Pattou, Btatiooety and Books, 600 Market t. 

Oyster* (Importers sod wholesale.; 
Donne A Oo., No. 92 California Market. 

Saloon*. 
" Banks o'C'yde Saloon," 567 Market s'.reet 

Sewing Machine* 
w iHcoxA GibOB.S. M. Co., 113 Poetst 
Elliptic 27 Sontn Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery 

Wine* and JLlqaor* (.wholesale). 
Danerl F. A Oo.. 504 Front 

Whltener. 
James O. Sellers, No, 31 Second street 



MARKS W1XZINSKI, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORM 

DEALER IN 

Havana Cigars and Tobacci 

NORTHEAST OORNER OP 
BUSH AND KEAKSY STBEkH 
SAN IBANOISOO. jjll 



J|filk a*?, af 



,ARiOIS 

"Pianoforte 



DECLARED BY THE JUDGE3 AT A LAX 
Fair of the American Institute, after a blino 
fold trial arainst Steinway's, Chicktrlng's, an 
others, to be THK BE8T ON EXHIBITION. B 
CVETAZ, Sole A great, aw O'Farreli street 
N rL— Pianos of all styles TO RENT. mast 



Do You Know 

That with BurrEiuaz's Fa.TXXBjrs yon can out 
snd make any garment to fit perfectly T Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny Btreet, between Butt % 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



■Eleg-ant Jewelry. 

Elrschman, at 133 Eearuy etreet. Is attract- 
ing particular attention to hie windows by 
the elegant display of jewelry therein. Hlrsc-h- 
man is an artist rn his line, and shonldaq 
Court Jeweler. • 



Brodie*a Wonderful Rhenmatic Cim* 
It Is no humbug. Tale my advioe— tbt it. 
It gives Immediate relief, and when need ac- 
cording to directions, never fails to cure, a 



ilealllx ana Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasure* Lb Ban 
Francisco. Nothing'.* more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive into the 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 baa there, and at his stables 1018 Stockton 
street, carriagee of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above le: 
go to Frank Bouton at the uocldentel Hotel 
Than you want a carriage. o 



TJSI BBODXB'a WOXDKETTC. RHEUldATIO Lnn- 

kxkt. Then you'll remember me. a 

Horace Greeley. 
Horace Greeley, though oareleea about his 

hat and coat, is particular ae to his linen. He 
wears well-fitting ahirta, snch ae are made at 
the Pioran Smn MarrrnpACTosr. S37 Kearny 
street, between Pine and Bush. b 

The Seat Remedies. 

Dr. Perry 'a Last Chance, lor pain. Dr. Per. 
ry*a Webfoot Pills, for all hilioua complaints, 
3. B. Gatee and Co., comer Bansome and Oom- 
marcial streets, sole agento. • 



FRENCN MUTUAL PROVIDENT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

Bf»- A Dividend of Nine per cent, per 

annum net (9 per cent.) upon tie operations of the 
French Savings and Loan Noo>ei; for tbe six 
mon-.bs ending Jane 29tb, 1372, has, in conformity 
with the report of tbe Committee of Verification 
appointed by tbe members of the Society, been 
declared by the Board of Administration, at the 
Semi-Anneal Meeting held on tbe 16th inst. This 
dividend will be payable on and after the 16tb inst. 
at the office of the Sooisty, 411 Bush street ' 
GUdlTAVE M&HK. 
jj-20 lm Director of French Savings Bank. 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

r\0 NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE IM- 
posedttDon any longer by Darebasiog TUCK 
UABKERS wbieh are neither durable nor 
practical Before puroboaiDg one, try Graff A Oo's 
make, aod if yon have one already that ia not Graff 
A Co *s make, throw it away, get a good one. and 
you will save both time and money. Tbe self-reg- 
istering slides of Graff A Oo's TUCK MARKER 
are invaluable, and ought to b* examined by all 
ladles. F. SMITH. 

Sole Agsnt aod nlanofacturer, 
jylS lm No. 6B6 Sacramento st. (up stairs.) 







Frontiere & Bellemere 

MAKCFAOTDKING JJTWELKBS, 

DIAMOND SETTERS 

Mom A*at« and Quart. Cvttcr* 

70« lOITSIIlEIV 8TBIET, 

SQ36] B.U Waahio^toD aoOJaokaoo. [lm 



TO JDET. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOMS) 

...AT THE.... 

WEBB MOUSE, 

37 Second street, opposite Grand Hotel. I 

THIS BOUSE HAS FINE SUNNY ROOMS 
with t> Restaurant connected: also, Batha 
with hot and cold water. Parties wiehiog a quiai 
and select place would do well to call and ast 

them. jili lm i 



AMERICAN EXCHANGER 

HAYWABD8. 

IOMY OAKBS PROPRIETOR 

First-Class BoteU 

jl!5 6m 



J. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama str*.*ts. 

*»- Terrapin constantly on hiffl 
Oyotera In every atyl*. PRTVAT-t 
.SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
mhSl lm 



Philadelphia Restaurantv 

CHAS. V. BERGOLD. PROPRIETOR. 
HP HE OLDEST BSTABLIBHED^ 



plied with the beet In market. 






MRS. M. A CUMMINGS, 

MAGNETIC AND TRANOE HEALING ME- 
dinm, NoB^i Fo eom Bireet. PnblioOir- 



es. Tneadaya, fVsdneBdaje, 
iLP. Admieeion 2-0 cents. 



and FndaiB, at 1:1* 
jj221sv 




_.M. LOANE'S RED LI01P 
SALOON, 19 Geary streets Dear. 
Kearny and Dnpont, af The 
choicest Wtnea and Liontra. 
Eoglieb Ale and Porter always 
.□got. Yon will always fl*d 
Bnsineae Manager, there 
ap6 ' 



THE MUSIOAL INSTITUTE OF 
MAES ami D. SPERANZA opened 
o olssssa and private pupils' on tbe 1st of 
May. Apply to MAESTRO D. SPERAN- 
ZA. No. 174V* Powell street- mlOtf 



SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

No. CIO CLAY STREET, 

BAN PRANOISOO, JULY 9, 1872. 

a9~ At a meet log of tbe Board of Di- 
rectors beld tbie o*y, a dividend of nice r er caat. 
par annum for tbe aix monthB ending Jan. 30tb. 
1312. waa declared on all dopoaite, free of Federal 
Tax, and pajable on and after MONDAY, Job, 
IHkrlgO. 

OYRTJS W OARMAKY. 

irU 2« Oaehier. 




theatk; rotiiberie, 

aaaS Sapaa t at. . ... door aoatta of Beeafa. 

E. MABOHAJID ATE OF TH» 

I. RMtaomnt" of tb. Ualot 

OJnb Proprietor. —Tb. TablM prorl 

lMl eritb all toe Delicacies of the eaaiwl. 

Btr-OfllTERt Ul EYKRY BT*!Ut. raSxac 



rwiT 60Mt 


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"j BUD AT (YAWISO UOCIT ! 




•a* nuicuco. rmiOAT. »ionr t. mi 



HI ALHAHBRA TIlATBi 



L.«»t "V^oolx. or the oro/it 



peat Panorama Simmons & Slocum's Minstrels! 
^The Chicago Fire 



NEW AMERICAN THEA I nt 

CrVJET" . v " *T* 

4 t.i.Al V a rift; Mj.m I i i rfUt ! 

OPERA Mtirrt "I HLIBQUKB. 

MINSTRELS r. RCORO *.CTt. 

itimatb; 



THE CHAMPION ORGANIZATION OF THE WORLD 



' TB» aUit COO. r an 

DSILEIHANTY «*» TI miMGHL.TiSFt. ! 






or t»i 



,700 SQUARE FEET OF CANVAS ( "* **T^_ KUi<> » to * C ? ui - U *' ** 4 Cfc * fl< " *" 4 D " f " aM * 



THIS tvtumu AUUUIT * 

nTTMT ITIIIII rtll.O Til WE1I. AID lATTODAT ATTBUOOI AT I. 



Chicago Before the Fire I 
hi < • > i i. \«- u \ i i< •> 
I 1 73 AMI'S of Honsr- 
) I h* ScaBM !■ ta* 

TXXEJ xvuiTven 

IflSWl of trio Principal Atroetal 

" !>■• ■,,,.: 

?UIN8 OF THE CHURCHES 



BALL 

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■ >bRT"!M, ABOUT MRS. LE ARTS WW 
,|-».C ROSOS IT0RIB9. EECITATIOHS 



a VMVipUf* Lwtira and DraautL B.llid 

— at — 

\ IiAST Or OHtOAOO 



I -.. (ml On. Wea. Ul rWu*r. Sol* Aaeai tar 



LaarataTata. lialiila. una i.a I i nrtyCVala 

Eai.a.ll- Tw«l|*. tau 

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Ul OEDER TO IVOIIIIODlTi 

■ r -v.**.*-* ••kMiOBilm.Q -ill viUmi Ml* OREAT 

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f*»rt F1t**c- r ,i in .... it I it tit NiiI.mi 

HMM » HMMn m»m«JU Ji 

billy m«»rs .m 

J ii mur-mi-i 

Oii. n l.fc. n»l, .ii,. •■ |,„, 

rav. Slorum. Swoatiiim. SnHos and thr r ntirr (ompnny 



I*»rt r> ml — -Olio. 

The Great DELEII ANTY and UENGLER 

IB Ttaaia; •■laiitL aoataa ><• i»>r» 



THE 



mr*»T»»¥ Jin in .^ »im*or. 



THE GREAT 




-A-T>fflZ> OTJTBIDEI 

HWrATKAH. RIOKRY AND ftLOOUat. 



nTiin *r 



UEIHUTRA 



TkM wbolt toconclnaa wltt J. 0. BtemrVcOrUtfitl Mk-nh M)UU*d 



TBIX! TRIXl TBIX! TBIXt 



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r»»rir 

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MR-nrmfiY 

..JOS '•IB R-JUW^OH .HJtmuK or PRAOK... 
.M. /»I1>I.KV hOOiT lHANNAH 



..COOL HIKIHM 

J. R'lBi!»«0- 

J II MURPHY 

JOHK RIOR 



MUMIaV KVU.1SO, Augml Mh-rir»t App"»r»n«-oI 

MR. BOB HART, THE LAUGHABLE ETHIOPIAN COMEDIAN. 



•W All (Hit* tnlturr tbo Alhan.bra Th*vatr-* moat tn» pr *«>■•» -a t - fr d h*m*ft«r on Hoods;. 
Th» tMJkO»B»ad it rrots the bonm of Kohler. Obi** A Oo*. OSS OIbt street, iotdU for the o*lebrmUd ObJekertai piano 



COaiLiXj *ud COOPBH 
THU CVCffTKO ACOMT f 



<- Ul. v I WUCCUMM 

^— or— 

The Millinor «f San Fnuicisco 




a-o 



XO»IMV M. LAI' c; II LI IX 

tii« jki Mimn 



li««Mor (IraaiM •-< ft.N«. 



■U* Hay L«roT, the Popular DtaiaOM. 



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nr wuiau niK kholk or Tint 
SPIiBKTDID TROTJFB 

WILL APPEAR. 

MR.DELSARTTE HIS BEEN EXPRESSLY ERGIGEO 

■ OBTUI8 PIEOR ONLV. 
To cooeiads wl!6 

PIVORCB. 

Jacob K.marl. 



* 



Rulpb Ho lordo*.. 

«»ti|j»jftn« Ol*r» SIamt 

.Unit l-Utild* Looit* Ban 



»ML LOBSIIB HOUtt 



, 'AClfiCHCHlSE/vrrj^-.^ 
- llTIIPtCHOUSE.Vrjrrr^: 



* ALRTO^ A noTRP.I.U 



Magary A Co., successors to Harvey 1YI. Lockwood A Go 

SETJEISTTJID ASSORTMENT OF 

Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 

WOEVE) PHIOBL 



».. an Rct.JT »TB«rr, be-twpfh hcih aid hiittia 



AT PACIFIC HALL 

IMAAII Ik .!• Bull 1lo«. 



and PHlf it 



H LIVE LECTURE, 

— IT T»l 

Won. Charles E . Jones. 



■ •— «r>»tl.> •• tk« n»tlarm Plain Sacak- 
^ IMI 0>|.a« >u TkaatrM. Wlr C»». cl««» 
»..ll.. PPMchm -.a Pl.Jfr. 1 .di ft|«. fro- 
iraal at Mlaa. M.a>ar«>tk Oratair Cant. Fraai 

H. raai la it.lf.l r.lpll HlnKra < o»lc 
lUaatralla*. rraa Ufa. RL..aarrlif. WkUtlUa. 
a. Wklalaa rraaaaara. Iiln «r lu«|Wl«r. Tka 
Paacllaa af 1 raa Taaakan "rail a« Win Saw. 
Mia Kawra I. .!•«»«. r rkllaMvbr a' Prcxklas 
Alwar* ' r*|iM»l«. 



PRIDAT EVr.KINQ ADQTJ8T 8d 

Ar ciuit croLooK 



iDMinldi 



FERNANDA & IGURRE, 

piJlTlOHA ,LK U -rrHRv N<». I IBS r-OMT 

ft. ri«M Allin—.t of Hall ua 0»»« ' 
tii4<ntJy an kaiid. 
■» llA »l aud* «a or-ar twd r*ooT»t«d In th« tMiatMt ■(#!•. 



a 



riONBKK IROI MAM Pil-TOKT. 




is^^^aH'S atwiM. 



BALDWIN'S 

DAIRY BUTTER 



Nous r-nnin^ tidI«*h Bro«or.(l from lh« 8«J» 

AmI, * b. TKKWIL.LlOf.R, HtiH< SO *>4 Al 
L. K BAUDWIW. 



Artai, r* B. ThKWil 
W ihmi'oo K.rk.1. 



ATTEIMTIOIV ! 

ATTENTION ! 
ATTENTION I 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 

AT TBR 

GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 

OF 

G. ABRAHAM 

27, S3 and 35 Second-st., 

AB IH« rOLLOWWO MBT Ot agiois WILL PROTEf 

Flan Bunr rraok aalla rraa •*• taSSO 

Jlae Baimr Back kal.a runa 30 «• AO 

Vlaa 9a»l«aape aalu boa as to 8S 

flat B»vor rut. fraa IO ta 1G 

ria. Caaklmere Pant, frata 1 ta la) 

fU> Veinl Tela baa » ta 1» 

rine "Ilk Caaalwre Teata t ta 10 

«T RBKEUBKB TBCBB OABMEHTS ABB ALL HADE 
TO ORDkB IB AKT STTLB TO BUir TUK P0R0BA3XB 
ADD A PBltrZOT »IT QOABABTBED. OB NO BALE. 
LO tOUr FOR YOUR OWW INrERKBTB. AND ALSO 
»OB THE BlO BIQR OF 

C. ABRAHAM, 

27, 38 and 36 Spcond Street. 



Spcon 



aVALBO. TBI LABOB8T ITOOE OF BIADT-UADB 

OLOTflUlO ABD QEBTS' FORKI3H]I*a OOOD9 IB THE 
ITV, AT EQUAL! Y LOW PRJOBS: 

C. ABRAHAM, 
33 and 38 8ecbnd street. 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
Was cured by 

391*.. MTJIjTjBR, Sir. 

In ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific street. 

REPERBNCBS. 

.!»'. O. Batman, Ra... az-nblef Boglaaar, 714 

Ws.hlDatnn .Ir.el UhtHOiO Urouohiti.. 

Koburi Noimao, 7.'l Orpn' wloh .tr -*t- Aftthmn. 

(hurl.- Laa.ar. la a baok driTar, eor. Oaarr aod 
Mark.l dtreota— P.raly.l. 

J. H. Olark.. lata Health. Innrtflotor— Deainaas of 
loogaiatidios. 



ANOTRKR PROOF-r, THE UNDRH.R10B- 
ad. take pUa.ar. in in'arinloR the pontic ib.t 
I haT' been cored of par-lyai. of o* r nln. < .an* 
■ 'and o < 0; DR. HULl-EK. BR., Ho. UOi Hont- 
eomery .treat, (siuoodl 

OHO. BITER8DN. 
O.rpeot". and Boil <.r. 2fil Olameotlna alroet. )M- 
IweenTcl d and Fooria. 



The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Louie, 

IS NOW AT BIS PRIVATE PARLORS ST 
and aK Hnai Uoaae. nady to waft eo Um'la- 
m«o. Laotoreaat Uaroaotila Library tl>U tun 
n-xtweek. ]>3I Im 



DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATB OF BOSTOH. MAGWETIO HKALKR.- 
Or. II haa »a«Q inahly ■uooaaefnl la troatlof 
faraltaw. Daaftitaa. Deollitjr, and loa.ai-.iatory 
Di»eau-c, aouta or obroaio. of all tb« ontana of 
the b u dj. DiieuiS of Ladlas traated vribli tli« 
ntmoBta-lioany. 

MRS. ALBhiRT MORTON, CLAIRVOYANT 
MBhl'-AL AND BUblNRSS MbDIUJ*. AMD 
PtiVOHOMHTRlHT. 

Olairroiant axamlnatlooa for d'a*aaa in pamon, 
or from hair. Spirit ouaatDnBiostlflna Payobo- 
Baairuj.) rAadtBga of ohafaotar from lattera, aod 

Hn. Mortoa'a Gnldm bata batn TtryiaooaMfoJ 
in dir.oUni maoyof Uao laadini ol'Uaua of Boiton 
io ir-adlcar L-a-al and BiieiAasi. nUU«tm. Hotri 

<t l7VFAriRyi:L L 8T.,8aayri D c1»ct.. jyttlm 



CENTRAL BATHS, 

llBDRAKY BTBEBT-TBE 

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TRY SPUARZA'S PUNCHES 




AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

. AT THE VARIOUS FAUtB. 

For the Superiority Jver all Others. 

t?OB SALE WHOLRBALK AMD RETAIL, AT THE OtB 
I E.taMI.U.mV IS* LaldaadoarB .UHl appoalU What 
Obae. Hoaaa, and at 

aQTJARZA'a BRANCH 

tftT BTBXBT, BBTTTTEXB PtBB ABO BOBS 



FIGARO." 

HE JOUBNAl OF AXVS2MIWK. 
Published «»erj Dm to Of Year br 



rchant •»«! SOS Wu.hlraton it*. 
Below Montgomery, Boa Ft**"* 10 ''- 



FBIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1878 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

Owning aid »tS«nt a ™ W t,li '° r lb ' O0OMi0n - 

The performance will commence with "Mora 
Blunders than Ooe," to b« followed with his ohar- 
»cUrtketch#B of General Grant, HoracoGree'sy 
ttc, the whole conolociog with "Barney the 
Boron.'* Top re need be no fear bat whet Joe will 
hove e, bumper. Saturday ftfternoon "MaumOre" 
matinee. Saturday and Sunday evening ■ last two 
m tth ta of Joe Mnrphy. 
Albanibro. TlaeaUrew 

Another large audience assembled Ia«t to enjoy 
tbe;eecentrioitleelof the faxnone Owl Burgess; 
admire end laugh *t the original boobs and danoeo 
of the great Delehanty and Hongler; listen to the 
sweet singing in the firet pert, and bo air used by 
the ecreuntug sets entitled "The Wrortr Man," 
by Sweatnem. 6locam and Bimmone; "Inside and 
CoU.de," by Bweatnam, Rickey and Bloenra, end 
"Trlx," by [Oool Bnrgsee, Add Rycnan and other*. 
The same capital bill will be played at the mati- 
nee to- morrow. 
Bella. ObJou. 

The Reynolds Brotbeia in song and dance ;Mr». 
ObarlteCoriellin beanli.ul ballads; ObarleaOo 
riell In hia wonderful bone eolo: J. EL Larkio 
sad 0. rrla Arm. t rcng in Ibehr Dntob sketches ; 
The African Oireua" end "Tha Game of Life," 
oraeome of the attractive features in the par- 
fsrmaneetobe given to-night. 
Amerltian Theatre. 

Oogiii 4b Oooper. the farorite California artistes, 
appear again to-nigh tin "The Apple of my Eje,' 
"Die ii 'What We Did," etc., and the local drama 
of "The Milliner of San Fronoiaco" will oonolnde 
a varied and entertaining performahoe. 
Panorama of the Groat Chicago Fire, 
The 8th of next month will be the anniversary 
of the greet oonflegration in Chicago. Tbia.even- 
ing, a panorama of the terrible soenea presented 
on tfafa occasion, will be placed on exhibition 
it Piatt's Halt This beautifnl. painting which 
©overs over thirty seven hundred equate feet of 
a aovaaa was executed from aotnal views and draw- 
ings, by Henry C. Crors, of tbe Academy of De- 
sign; J. Howard Roget a, °cenlo arilst of MoV; g_ 
ers Theatre; Henry 0. Trjoo, soenio tfaM of 
Wood's Mnsenm; Hemj Draleael. saftnloartist of 
the Globe Theatre, -( . ^^ Wee8nDi Ke nio 
artletof T ^,a T 'a Opera House. The meohanioal 
afiboinlmsuts ore by the oelebrated John Faust of 
the Dearborn Theatre and Opera House, all fa- 
meus artists in tfce'ir line. A descriptive lecture 
will bedsiinreuby a lady who will explain why Mre. 
Ocean's tow waa not brought with the panorama. 
" On the canvass will be ehown -vivid sosnea of 
Chicago before tbe fire, the city In flames, 
and afterwards the mine. Other sections present 
*Hwi ot tbe old cemetery, with its Boenes of suf- 
fering, rep«B«ttatioP8 of the public buiidisge, 
printing offices, the water works and other promi- 
nent places, Succeeding tbeee, are views of tbo 
ruineo! the church ea, tbo exhibition oloeingwith 
tbe ruins of the Waeonlo Temple by moonlight. 
There will bo music, anecdotes, reoitationsand 
deBOriptive ballads. For schools and families, 
there will be amatinee performance on Saturday- 
An advertisement of this entertainment appears 
j o a programme space on oar flist page. 
The Orchestral Conceits. 

The fall programme of the first of the leries of 
Orchestral Concerts to be given &t Pacific ball un- 
der tbe direction of Mr. Loo in Schmidt and Mr. 
Oaoar Weil, appeal b on our Brat page. It presents 
an excellent oommn&tion of classical and popular 
music sod is a programme that ebon Id fill tbe Hall 
on Tuesday evening, and doubtless it will as tbe 
eeriea promise to be very "fashionable," 
Woodward's Gardens. 

All old residents will remember the great eeosa- 
tion tbe Bnlelay Family made by their psrform- 
anoeB and balloon osocoeions here some eight 
years ago, and theirnmenee crowd* that went to 
see. them. After yeais of wanderlnae in Mexico 
and South America, the Buislaye, ton in number, 
have returned, and will give their first perform- 
ances at Woodward's Gardars to-morrow and 
Sunday, making: their famous balloon ascension, 
if the weather permit, in tbeir 70 foot balloon. 
They will also give a grand performance in the 
Pavilion consisting of tbe swinging, balancing 
Trapeze act by one of tho ladies of the cornea oy< 
the famona Spiral Mountain ascension, the; Niag- 
ara Leap, and other ads. Thousands will visit 
Woodwards on Sunday . 
City Gardens. 

The children of the public sonoo.B, accompanied 
by tbeir teachers, will visit the City Gardens to- 
morrow afternoon, by tbo kind invitation of Mr 
Stevens, tbe proprietor. A grand concert by in 
orchestra of twenty aoloiats. under the direction 
of Henry Maiden, will be given, and every effort 
will bs made by the proprietor to add to the en- 
joyment of tbe little ones while on tbe ground. 
The mombere of the Board ol Education have 
signified tbeir approval of the invitation, and tbe 
attendance will be very large. 
Pacific Hall. 

Tbe Hon. Charles E, Jones will this evening 
deliver a "live leotore," which is entitled "Stage 
and Pulpit," at Paolflo Hall. He will givecomio 
illustratloni sod imitations of pulpit peouliari- 
ttes, stammering, whittling and whining preach- 
ers. Tbe lecture will contain sound sense and 
a great deal of fun. A synopsis appears on 
our hrat page. 

Badger's Central Park. H5aao 

The Oacar Bros, and Prof. Griffith, the wizard, 
will give a performance here on Sunday. Tbe Pro- 
fessor does the famona Davenport Bros. Rope- 
tying feat to perfection. Grand Ooncert by Al- 
port' Baud, skating, etc 

AMiToaaoAL Mdbktjm,— One of the most 

complete collections of the kind in the United 
States, oompnsins; hundreds of ooatly and beau- 
tiful wax models, 1* daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at tbe Mnsenm on Montgomery street. An 
hour may be profitably SDent here. 



I « for Gaimtn, 

1 has has been ascertained that the fumes 
ef the purifying roome of gas works will 
cure whooping ooqgh. To tent it, a lady, 
the wife of one of oo r merchante, took two 
of W children there. The superintendent 
of the works kindly waited on her to tbe 
roome. After a few moments he noticed a 
black streak along the forbead, near the 
hair, bat supposing she had made it by gome 
crook from ber fingers, thought nothing 
more offlt, and he left the parties to in- 
hale the vapors. When ready to depart, he 
suggested to tbe lady that before she left 
she had better look in tho mirror, which 
she did, and was not a little surprised to 
find her face as black as charcoal. After 
much scrubbing with soap and water she 
succeeded in making herself wbite. She 
inquired anxiously of the superintendent, 
who is a family man, and knows how it is 
himself, what could have caused it. He 
very politely intimated that it might be 
something she put on her face before she 
came there, which she'lndignantly denied 
she didn't powder; not she 1 "Madam," 
said he, "that's too thin. You can't cheat 
the gaswo rkB." 

Terrible 1 

A Grant organ depicts some of tbe dire 
consequences which would result from Hor- 
ace Greeley's election to the Presidency. It 
declares that " Infidelity, free-love and Hor- 
" monism would run hot, sap the founda- 
"tion of all that is sacred and binding in 
" society, and spread moral ruin and blight 
"on this once fair, happy, prosperous and 
"peaceful country." Good gracious I This 
is indeed terrible. That's what H. G. wants 
to be elected for. The miserable old sin- 
ner ! We never should have thought he was 
that kind of a man if we hadn't seen it in 
print. Oan't something be done to prevent 
it? Do something, somebody. Shame him 
into withdrawing. Tell him knows nothing 
about farming, and make him mad. 
".'■ — — ■» ' ■-■- — — - 
In Place of a Club Room. 

There are eoci.il olubB in Sbd Francis o, but 
they axe of an exclusive character, and it is 
not in their rooms that the wita and good fel- 
l°>e snoot town most do congregate. The Lick 
Bouse Saloon! Is more like a ol ah room than 
anything else. It wcb always beautiful, and 
the late improvements have made It perfectly 
gorgeone. The walls have been beautifully 
tresooed, a magnificent velvet carpet imported 
directly from BruBselo has been Uld down, and 
the artistic carvings executed In California lau- 
rel, the costly glaafi and silver ware, the mir- 
rors and atatues, give this symposium a mout 
brilliant appearance. The wines and liquors 
are the very rarest and best, and Messrs. Fon- 
tei: & Lewis understand their business so well 
that everyone feels at home. The Lick House 
Baloon is one of the institutions of Ban Fran* 
cit co, and should be seen by all. b 

* — .. - 

Tbe Laurel Palace. 

In London and Paris are many beaut if ai sa- 
loons where wines and other liquid refresh- 
ment* are dispensed. Search these cities 
through and it is doubtful whether you could 
find one equalling in beauty, tasteiui adorn- 
ment and elegance the Laurel Palace, just 
completed by Mr. George Eahmao, at the north- 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like it has ever been seen, never was such 
elaborate deooraliou laviahed em a saloon,. The 
interior is fitted-np throughout with polished 
OfiUfomia Laurel, and magniHdeat esfrrora re- 
flect its beauties on all sades. The walls and 
celllpgs are frescoed In the most Artletlo man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, flige. and 
clusters of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
qnallty in keeping with the oof-tlinees of the 
saloon. Everything is the beet that money can 
procure. Rare vintages of wine, tha choicest 
brandies, and tho very best biauda of domeetio 
spirits may be found heie. A spacioaB cellar 
rues under toe saloon, and here are stored , in 
tiers, liquors and -wines In the wood. The 
Laurel Valnce will be a lavorite resort for those 
seeking refreshment after the theatre and b»> 
tween the acts, and will be f.mons as a reliable 
place for the pmohaae of lamily stores, In the 
way of wines and liquors. j 



DO AS NBAB RIGHT Ag IOC CAN. 



The world stretches widely before you, 

A field for your muscle and brain ; 
And 'hough clouds may often float o'er yon. 

And often come tempests and rain, 
Be fearless of storms which o'er take you— 

Pneh forward through all like a man— 
Qood fortune will never forsake yon 

If you do as near right as you can, 

Bemember, the will to do rightly, 

If used, will the evil confound ; 
Live daily by conscience, that nightly 

Tour sleep may be peaceful and sound. 
In contests of right never waver— 

Let honesty shape every plan, 
And life will cf Paradise savor, 

If you do as near right as yon can. 



A Ricb Dish. 

A late letter frem Parie Eays: "Our little 
experimental dinnerat the Restaurant La- 
fitte reminded me by contrast of the one 
given by Eugene Sue, when he was 
living eu grand sitgneur I heard 
the Btory years ago, though M. VillemeB- 
eant hae recently revived it. Sue gave a 
dinner to his former tenants, and astonished 
them by the display of cut glaBB, plate and 
dithee forwarded from Paris by Chevet, of 
the Palaia Boyal. But there was one silver 
tureen kept covered. BaBtio curioaty 
was excited and many were tbe surmises as 
to what the contents of, this tureen might 
he. At length Sue raised the cover saying, 
41 1 have reserved this little dish of my own 
preparation for the last and hope yon will 
appreciate it The tureen wasf nil of luis d'ors. 
Sue gravely ladled out the golden coins and 
plaeed ten on the Plate of each guest. It is 
no wonder that he was 1 the most popular of 
landlords when he feasted his tenants in 
this man ner. 

"George," asked the teacher of a Sunday- 
school oIbbb, "Who above all others flhall 
yoy wish first to see when you get to heaven?" 
With a face brightening up with anticipation, 
the little fellow shouted. "Gerliahl" 



A Danbuiy boy can make one hundred 
and sixty-five "faces" without Bitting down. 
The feelings of his broken-hearted father 
when reaching for him with a strap can 
better be imagined than described. 



Smiggles says that in hie boyhood he need 
to eing with some spirit, "I want to be an 
Angel," but since be began to play baseball, 
the very thought of going "out on a fly" 
makes him shudder. 

«a» ■ ■ 
Oyster Palace Restaurant, 

London and Paris-Can boast of tbeir Crystal Pal- 
aces, bot it remained for Messrs. Thombson & 
Senatz to inaugurate the "Oyster Palooe," where 
succulent oysters, and full meals with wine at,, GO 
oents, and every good thing in market, oreeerved 
co >n unequalled style ef cuisine ezoetlenoe. The 
locality of this desideratum is in the Oalliemia 
Theatre Building, adjoining the main entrance to 
the theatre, on the west, Mr. Thampson. whowill 
be remembered aa tbe former popular Boniface of 
the ealoon under the Odd Fellows* Hall on Mont- 
gomery street, and Mr.Senatz are both exnorieniied 
oaisrers, and tbe public con reis upon Unaiug 
everything served in unacoroaohable style, at rea- 
sonable ohargee, at t^ OyBtsr Palace Restaurant- 1 



For Waa nina; 

Shirts, $1 60 per doz.; small pieces, 5Go. per 
dos. At the What Oheer Leundry. • 



Olean Your Walls. 

James 0. Selle rs, whltner, 31 Second street. 
Altogether taie Seat. 

-t la cnrlout", but tine, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture a- bedding cheaper ihnn any other 
dealer In jU i city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. _ 



Oak PoleoniD t£. 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. _ Entrance on Post street, Ho cure, 
no pay, z 

Good Titiiiars, 

Those who can appreciate anything ricb, lus- 
cious and plunante, are invited to call In at 
Bush street, nearly opposite the alhambra The- 
atre, and try rones & Sohroeder's celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 u. to 12 at night. < 



Foreign and Domestic Drags, 

Assay*: ra, Ba&eis, Confectioners, Balr Press- 
ors, Dyers, and all manufacturers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will fled it to their advantage to 
examine the cbbd. price list of Btroh, Schmidt 
h Oo. .importers, (Bucce.'t'Or8toHriK& Schmidt) 
535 Oommerciai Bt„ one door below Montgom- 
. Agents for Hot ton's Tobacco Anudote. s 



Sir quarz a's Punches . 

One of the moat famous Institutions of Cali- 
fornia is gquaraa's Pnrjcb. It is found In every 
city, village and mining camp In the State. It 
is delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
else . The proprietor of this delightful bever- 
age notifies bis patrons that he no* opened at 
No. 311 Kearny street, between Pine and Bush 
BtreetB, a Bbasch of his old and popular sym- 
posium on LeldesdoriT street. * 



Sewing Machine* for gale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
Mills's Adjustable Treadle, % J 



If You Want 

Tour Blankets and Tlannels well washed, and 
aot Bpolled. send them to the What Cheer Laun 
dry, ..".'.".."■.' *<_ x 

Baldness can only be Cured 

By using J. Lopez's celebrated Hair Restora- 
tive, only to he obtained at 722 Montgomery 
street, opposite Metropolitan Theatre, where 
testimonials from respectable authority can be 



To Those -who Are Bald, 

Do not fall lo call at 218 Bush street (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden's Hair Restorative. ; 



Brodle's Wonderful Rneomatic Care. 

It 1b no humbug. Take my advloe— tbt it. 
It gives immediate relief, and when used ac- 
cording to directions, never falls to cure, a 



A real Havana at Marks Wilztnekl's ■• Bul- 
letin " Cigar Store, northeast corner Bush and 
Kearny, is a real Hava Nun* ced. * 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bookaellei's and Stationers, 

B, R. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Bntehers. 
Lumsden, John K„ Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Sutter street side 
Katz. Fred, Btalla 94 to 100. Colif oral* Market. 

.Brass Fennderlea* 

Weed A King-well, California. 125 First et 

Clothing (Retail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Eoony, ob>. Pine. 

fF French Fancy Gotda j 
Loean A Oc. . 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter. 

Unman Hair, 
Sampson, A, B, «t Oc., HO flecond street. 

Hoop and Corset Manufacturer. 
M. Freud, 36 Seoond st,, "Wholesale and Retail. 

Jewelry. 
-Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 
Mechanic** Tools. 
V. Quieley, Manufacturer, 914 Market at. 
Levels made and repaired.} 

Millinery &oods {wholesale). 
Raker. W. A flint, 5 and 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Moflt and Hualcnl Instruments*' 

Keene, O. 0., mftr. aooordiana, repairer of all kinds 

musical instruments, 203 Ksajny. 

Maeearonl Mouurocturera, 

Brignardello, Maochiavelio A Go., 70S Sanaem*. I 

Newt asd Stationery Stand. 
A. P. Patton, Stationery and Books, 609 Market t. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane A Oo., No. 92 Oalifornia Market. 

Saloons. 
" Banks o'Olyde Saloon," 587 Market street. 

Sewing Machiue* 
"iooox A Gibes, 8. M. Oo., IU Poet su 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery 

'Wines and Liquors (wholesale). 
Danert F. A Oc_, 504 Front. 

Whttener. 
James O. Sellers, No. SI Second street. 



1 Merchant 



(Spirit 



iyhat Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, mJ should he pal 
ronlsed by everybo-i^, * 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

K.E. cor. Javluon and Kearny at*. 

THE GREAT EBADIOAT OB' OF SPECIAL 
COMPLAINTS, formerly of Look Hospital 
London, and the laet twelve years of San Franois- 
oo. DR. TOZER informs tbe afflioUd that after 
visiting all the HOSPITALS IN LONDON ANT> 
PARIS and spending one year in tbe most oele- 
brated Hospital in London, tbe LOOK, be bis re- 
opened hia old Medical Institute at the old stand, 
where he ean always be found. DR. TOZER has 
for forty years met with unparalleled success In the 
treatment of dUease generally known as CHRON- 
IC AND SPEOIAL COMPLAINTS. DR. TOZER 
is in every way responsible, binding himself to 
efleot a permanent crjhE, or making no ohargss. 
Thofe woo cannot afford to pay for advloe and 
medioine will be charged for medicine only. THE 
MONTHLY RESTORATIVE PILLS, never known 
to fail in giving relit f in oases for which they ore 
re cc r>m mended, are to be obtained only at my 
office. Price $5 per box. Full direction on each 
box, sent bv fcxp-ess or otherwise. 

DR. TOZER dees not imitate the advertising; 
Qnacks who make it a practice to publish false 
affidavits and other false referenced, but refers to 
the most respectable necple in the State, whom hs> 
has cubed ol diseaeee which others have failed to 
ours. 

BR CHAS. H. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Kearny and J Jackson streets, 
myl2 tf Sao Francises. 



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The Two 

COT SCOTCH'S." 



15 Morton street, near Kearny, 

l ....AJTD.,., 

188 Sutter street. 1 door below Kearny 

All Brinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c, 

HOT LTJNCH KVKRT NIGHT. 

Engrllsli Ale on Oranght 

FELDMANN A JBHIOOS. 



MARKS WIXZINSKI, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE. 

DEALER IN 

Havana Cigars and Tobacco, 

NORTHEAST OORNEK OF 
BUSH AKB IB1IIY 8TBECTI, 
SAN 1 HANOISOO. iil5 lm 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



Fair of the American Institute, after a blind- 
fold trial against Steinwny'e. Ohiakering/s, and 
others, to he THE BEST ON EXHIBITION. A. 
CURTAZ, Sole Agent, »t> O'Farrell street. . 
N B.— Pianos of all styles TO RENT. mart 






Iffew Stylo Jewelry. 

Strangers end others contemplating making 
■purchaser) of Jewelry should inspect A. Hlrsch- 
man'a elegant stock of new ery lee of jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 Kearr.y street, 
between Sutter-and Post. Everything at lowest 

cash rates. v 

>■■■ 

E>o You Know 

That with Brnrgniog^ ?ATncnBt yoc can cnt 
and moke any garment to fit perfectly? Bend 
postage stamp for f.d lllnstratecl catalogue, B. 
A. Demlng, agent, office of th< Howe Sewing 
Maohlne.No. 113 Kearny street. ber>?e»o 9nttS 
and Post, Ban Francisco. 



t. 



Claieyotaht.— Madame Olam Aatonis, tha 
elairvoysnt. Independent Trance Medinm. 
Offloe, *26 Kearny Street. Oonjnltatlons trj 



English, JfTeiich and Qermarj. 



The Old Oyster House. 

For the laet eight yeara The Bivalve kepi by W 
Spreen S40 Market street, has been the fashionable 
oyster house of Son Francisco. Tbe private roams 
np stairs are very popular for weddmg parties and 
■upper parties. After the theatres call at tbe Bi- 
valve three doors below Kearny for your oysters. 

Car and Steamer Newt ABency* 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Oapltal and the oars of the O. P. B. R., besides 
it tending to the daily distribution of Fioabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Franouoo dailies and all 
the Eastern Illustrated papers and msgaslnes, 
at San Francisco prices * 

Those who est good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding Is the oauseof many crimes. Those 
Who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
lngto b treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Booken, who has catered for the puhUo since 
849, provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Salmagundi soup, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can aeslre. The best cud of tea In the 
city — English breakfast tea — Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe— ean be obtained here. b 

New Torkc Dry Goods Star*. 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daOy from New York 
ougHoile ery cheap. BemamDer the nsniDfir.* 



Elegant Jewelry. 

Hlrschman, at 183 Kearny street, Is attract- 
ing particular attention to his windows by 
the elegant dlBplay ot jewelry therein, Hirsch- 
man is an artist in bis line, and ahouldsq 
Court Jeweler. • 

Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a hat Is The Hat Etobe, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be* 
low Kearny. The Block is Immense, the faeh- 
ions are the latest, and the prices are the 

lowest. U^L m 

To tile Unfortunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial Established In 1864, for 
the treatment of chronic and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will make no charge un- 
less he effects a onre. n 



Grand Central Park, Oakland. 

Second S tation beyond B roadway. 

SUNDAY AUGUST 4, 1872 

First Appearance of the Celebrated 

OSCAR BROTHERS, 

In conjunction withl 

PROF. GRIFFITH, AMERICAN WIZARD, 

The only Msrloiau now traveling wbo gives expo- 
sitions of bia tricas as be performs them. 

Among the performances is the Wonderful 

D1VEHP0RT BROS. ROPE- TYINq FEAT! 

OHA8, ALPJiBS' CELEBRATED 

cohtcert :B^a-:]\ru. 



FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOMS, 

...AT THB.... 

"WEBB HOUSE, 

87 Second street, opposite Grand Hotel. 

THIS HOUSE HAS FINE SUNNY ROOMS, 
with t> Krs'anrant connected; also, Baths, 
with hot and oold witter. Fariiee wiahiog a quiet, 
and select place would do well to call and see 
them. j j 13 lm 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

HATWARD8. 

IpNY OAKBS PKOPBIETOB 



First-Class 

JSlifim 



Hotel, 



SKATING, GYM NASTIC EX ERCISES, ETC 

A dmlsal'jn. J££ cent* 

Obildren 10 cents. > au2 2t 



FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNDAL DIVIDEND. 

aar A Dividend of Mine per cent, per 

annum net (9 per cent.) upon toe operations of tbe 
French SaviDgs and Loan Society for tbe six 
months ending June 29tb, 1872, has, in Conformity 
with tbe report of the Committee of Verification 
appointed by the members of the tieoiety, bean 
deolared by the Board of Administration, at the 
Semi-Anonat Meetine hi Id on the 16th Inst. Tbie 
dividend will be payable on and after tbe 18th inat, 
at the office o ( the Society, All Bosh street. 
OUSITAVE MAHK, 
jy2ft lm Director ot b renoh Savings Bank. 



Wbat Olieer Laundry 
Ig the beet laandry in San Fronoisoo 

JdLealtli ana Pleasure* 

There are not too many pleasures la Ban 
Francisco. Slothing Is more pleasant, nothing 
axon health-giving than a drive Into tne coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own, ecu and one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carriage stand. Frank Eon- 
ton has there, and at bis stables 1010 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. Hie 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above Is: 
go to Frank Bouton at the Occidental Hotel 
When you want a carriage, o 



. Uss Bbodie'p WoKDzarcn. RhkcmAtio Loa- 
meft, Theo you'll remember me. a 

. Horace Greeley. 

Horace Greeley, though oareless about his 
hat and coat, is particular as to hip linen. H» 
wears well-fitting Ehirts, such as are made at 



the Pioneeb Pktet alAKUTiCTOB'S, 927 Seamy 
street, between Fine and Bush. a«jj * bm 

Tlie Seat Bemedles, 

Di. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Er, Ker- 
ry's Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
3. R. Gates and Co., corner Bansonae and Oom- 
merclcj streets, Bole agents. • 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

r\0 NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE TH- 

posed upon any longer by do ro Basing TfJCK 
HABKBBS vhioh are neiiher durable nor 
practical. Before purobaeing one, try Graff A Oo's 
make, sad if you have one already that ta not Graff 
A Oo'a make, throw it away, get a good one. and 
yon will save both time and money. Tbe self-reg- 
ietering elides of Graff A Oo's TOOK MARKER 
ore invaluable, and ought to be examined by all 
ladies. F. SMITH. 

Sole Agent and Manufacturer, 
jylSIm''' Wo. 6SO Sacramento et. (up stairs.) 



J. C. COMBES. 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama at*t.*ta. 

a*- Terrapin constantly on bond. 
Oysters in every style, PRTVATB- 
SOPPER ROOMS FOB PABTIEA. 
_/ mfasi bo 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

' OHAB. V. BKRGOLD, PEOPRIETOR, 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED j 
and most popular Restau 
San Franci#oo. The Tables ol. __, 

Elied with the beet In market. Board— . 
y the week. A08 PLNE STREET, jnatabove 
Mootgomery. morSS lm 



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MRS. M. A CTJMMINGS, 

MAGKETTO AND TRANCE HEALING ME- 
dinm. No 84€^ Fo >om sireet. PcblicOir- 
es, Tuesdays, Wndnesdais, and Fiidays, at7;30>' 
M.F. Admit siorj 25 cents. j; 22 lm 



J. M. LOANE'8 RED LION 
SALOON, 10 Geary street, near" 
Kearny and Dopont sW Tha 
uhoioeet Wines and Liquors. 
English Ale and Porter always 

_ jn draught. Ton will always find 

OLD DaVE MENDES Business Manager, there 
to attend. apS . 



THE MUSICAL INSTITUTE OF 
MAESi'BO D. SPERANZA opened 
o classes and private pupile on the let of 
May. Apply to MAESTRO D. BPERAN- 
ZA, No. 1 ttyi Powell street- m23tf 



SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

No. 019 CLAT STREET, 

SAN FRANOIBOO. JULY 9, 1872. 

■ST* At a meeting; of the Board of Di- 
rectors held this day, a dividend of nine cer cent, 
per annum for the six months ending June 90th. 
1372, woa deolared on all deposits, free of Federal 
tax, and payable on and after MONDAY, Jnlr 
13 th. 1874. 

OYROS W. OARMANY, 

jyll 2w fJllaf Wi J 




Frontiere & Bellemere 

MANUyAOTURING JEWELERS, 

I>IAJM01SX> SETTERS 

Mom Agate and Quartz Cutters, 

7»« MQNTSOHEXT STfilET, 

m2£] Bet, Washington and Jackson. flm 



THEATK.2 K OTIS SE HIE, 

SBB Dapon* «*., •>• ssor sooth of Bash, 
MABOHANTl ATE OF TH» 

,M Botisa«rio Restaurant" of tho Unior. 
_ Olub Proprietor.— Ths Table* prori 

ded with all th e Deli oaoies o f the season. 
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Job ToiriTnj Br*. Litii* J«dd1« Id* Flak 

Fo.loaman Un akCiritiT I (Jtrrii 8aa|» Wobltoai 

LVtoniyOaDaUbt*. J. H. Lkrtln I Dam* Hohhtn* Mi-i^hipnu 
Mnaroor.. JoDODyTearal Mra. W*at. ..Uarrla Armttrja* 

IN Hi:HKAHSAL-WAHrElJ, a*. lirsBAHO 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Franclfvco Saving Union, 

ESS California -Irrrt, tar. 1V«bb. 

FOR THE HALF VK-.B ENDING WITH 
SHbJiaa, l*li, a Di rid a ad baa b**n daclarad 
M Ua rata of Niaa and 8li-<aatba <9s 10) par 
aatit. oar annuo, oe T*»m Dapoaiti, aar. _ lajjl (S) 
■asr aaot. aav aaoom on Ordioar- DapaiJIi, fra*) of 
radaaral Tai oo dapoatia. parabla on and afUr 
WEDNESDAY. 1Mb JaU. 1T7/. Bj^rdar. 
fctlw LOVICLL WrttTK.Oaabiar. 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKOINIA IfTf, MIVADiL 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BERN RE- 
doaoralad, and oan ba ran tad by tha ol»hl or 
!r- tha waah. Hfara and trataltn-; oomaanlaa 



MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL 



Flriart Star Lecture 

....on.... 

MiiMD.Y KTEMINO .. AlOUT Sttt 

THF.MK— " Lot*. Ooarf sblp and HrIiIriR." with 
maiiaaaof Ladlei aad GeotlfaiaD oathaatacaat 
tha olota, aocordiEt to Tatnparamaal. Struct ara of 
Brain, aad t xpramoa &f Fac* (haul* aad Soi- 
•BtiBC- A ralaa tOaboafc wit) ba «irta to tha band. 
aoabaat lady aad oaa to iba agttaat man 10 tba ball. 



Soarallr 



tra*i*>d with oo appllaatlOQ by lattar 
JOHI PIPES, 

fctaaagerand ioU Prourtator. 
-- . SL T to •■ "- MeCABE. 
SSSWatbtDftoa atraau Sao Fraaolaoo. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

TBE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS BEKN 



Maihonroa, aad la wall kaowo by tha ail 

M* HvfaaatSQ lo tba Oolonlaa, baci to ioli<naU 
•***(*• >■ praparod to Rira axpariaoood adflo* t« 
alljwraopa profaaalooally *1>IUd< or tnadttallnf a 
rtrtt to tha Aoatrailan OorOolaa. Vaa moderate. 
Paaa taallty Id aUaptUohiaaT rapliat may be railed 

~™_ ^ W1XLIAAI HENRY WATERS. 
UVletoria ham bare, 4M Gollina atfaei. afal- 
■" — * Amatnlta. faR tf 



Tahoe Billiard Hall, 

»*•■« aaa M.iita.— err. t. 
N »- ^W Kearny street. 

ohaa. i. bto» a jAi.it mar*. paofBi's 

rrteoda and ^tta papjiq raaSa^lj^lSTta^ ^*ji 



Bar Sugar 

pOR 8ALK-EIS KKA.R.NY STREET, AT 

x MEROEK'8, AJk>, arery kiad ef Caodlee. 



WooJaaaJaaxulA* t*IL 

jmUtf 



Second Stat* Lcotnre 



I I FHI»A T KVCMSO AVOT8T flth 

"Tba Golden Ralaa of Phiairal Life," spiced 
wlthadaab at Diet, it..- hi tut. Olothioc, Climate, 
Etaroiaa, LadUa Heid>dreaaea, etc. Examioa- 
tioaa of Oharacter at tbe el'-a, together with a 
book to tho "fattaat" lady aad one to the leaaMt 
lo i he hail. t 

Third Star Lecture 



WEDNESDAY KVKKIXO....A VO. 7th 

A graod Daaoriptlra Leotara of the Throat, 
LoBga, Haait acd Appendage*: Uaeaaad Abnaea 
of same. Very Instruct ire; will aave homin life 
A bit of fooat tboclote, loali wlllaleop we'l af:er 
loATioc tbaM.L. Hall 



aftp-Tickate f c r tba Three Lactoraa, flCO; Single 
Ticket*, Fifty Genu. At tha Library flail on aald 
nigbta, and at Rosa Home from now on. Fine 
rami t Inalde and oolaldeof hall; chin music free 

BVParlora IT aad 38, RUSH HOUSE, la where 
DR. PAYNE bolda hia Examlnatione and pre- 
aerlbea. Terma the aava aa at home— fl 00 for 
Medloal Ezamlnatioca, fd CO for Phrenological 
Oharte, and S500 for Antbropolcgloal Examination. 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 

... IK ... 

Domestic Economy 

THE NEW YORK PATENT OARPET RBNO- 
-rating Company, PaUalttd Daeamber, 1670. 
Cleana and raatorea oarpata to tooir original bean- 
tyaad briahlcaaa wltbont removins the rame 
fiomiBB floor- All Daat, Great a. or Ooal Smoke, 
rem or «d by onr prottaa, attd defaced oolora will 
becoma it bright ia when aaw. 

The qoalky if the raatoratlre la alao not lojnri- 
on* totbeov at dalicato fabrto and tint, and ia an 
ROtnal preraotiraof moth add rermln. 

BAN FRAF0I8U0 0rFlOE, 

No. 136 KEARNY hTHBBT, ROOIT 5. 

Jr n-lm SIMON LFOPULDi Manager. 



GET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

-Aym— 

FANS 

__ R>pi.lrrd whru tboy are 
made the neataet and chaapa^i— at. 

<}. J. II. MF.YTQR'M, 
jyll lot »ft* Mnntcotnory air*»t 



I 1 /' 

''■.«ii»' 



The New Wilson 








SEWING MACHINE, 

U TOE ONI.T 

FIKNT.CI.ABS HKH'INO HKIBIHI. 
Mild »Llt-M IJi.a 

"COMBINATION" 

Prloe. It DikH tbe popaj&r "Look Stiob, »tid is 
■old it pilot* 

9 I 6 or $20 Lower 

Than any other. Examine and Jodco for yenr 
aelrea. 
my24l),2fl SOT Kfomj atr»«?t, ■. P. 



THOMAS W. BREE, 



» MANUFACTURER 

-AMD— 

HEP AIBRK 



Eft DRUMS, BANJOS, 

^Ca#* — AND— 

uii.rn HvmcAL instbvmknT' 

EaTABXalSHBD IN 18SS. 

aw laiaiinailii ii on the Bank) and Dram 
MISSION HTRKKT, between Firat and T 
N. B.— Fine-toned bUver Bolo Banjoa 



between 
..._.. — BUy 

eaalonala alwaya on hand 



_ S*» 

end Beoond- 
for PrO- 
UUU 



BE, A RCFKCER. 



NOTICE XO 

BOY8 AND GIRL8. 

THE FIFTT-OENT PENCIL BHARPENER, 
for tbenaeof School Oblldren, »» cow for tale 
b* the Maanfaotarar and Actxtt. JAB. BfOTT 
10#S Haj-Rrat atreat. jclA .a 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FINEST OAJTDY 
made at onr Btoam Cawdy Faotory dally. All 
order", aepoolally from tba oaantry, era eoliof ted 

and will ba promptly attended to. 

OANTY A WAGNER, 
lOT MootRornary at., a mat Hatter 



MRS. UPHM HENDEE, 

CLAIRVOYANT AND MAGNBTIU PnYSI- 
OIAN, RoomeSLA Baah etreel. Room 4">. 
Offica hoore from 10 to I'- and 2 to 4 PUKLC 
SEANOR8 Tboradaraad Batozdav areo'ngfl; alao 
alttlnga for boainaaa. joi.' lu 



HALL'S 



X 

R S L l 

A A , 

yellow" 

DOCK 

AND 

IODIDEof POTASS 

PHE BIST BKAUT1FIER OP THE 

OOMPI.BXION 

In use. Con, Pimp],,. Roll,, Blown,.. BBio- 
m.tlBm ud M.roori.1 Piliti. Por ul* by .11 

DraaallBi. 

J. K. OATJES A CO., 

Pr.prletora, 
Cor. Iumb. unit CoiamerclB] ata. 
BOLE AGENTS FOR 

Or. Perry's Last Chanca and 
Webfoot Pills. Ittiott 



Dr. ZeitesNew Russian.Tufkisb 

— AI*T>— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LtOIES MO GENTLEMEN, 

No. HZ9 Pur'.tlr atrwt. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Kf* 
tabllebmant of the kind. etTber in Ic~9oa« 
Amertoa. OonTeniaot and aeparate apartmaaka. 
Batbing by Btaam. by Hot Air. and by Plain oo 
Medicated Water*. Suites of room* IB h* ease 
balldlnjt (or p^l»*t' ji™"""'"- 



TO lOVERt OF SONS AND SOCIAL JNJ0YIM*T 

A SelMt rm-i.nd.Kpir •• tk«, 



CHARING 



4- 



S A LOOK. 



JtfiU MISSION ST., TWO DOORS 
[UvU Secnnt., every Sntarday evenlni 



irday evenln(r. OhaAr 
:30 p.m., eharn. O. W. Brown, Obelnoan 
I, Wbiat, UbesB, Billi&rdt, erery nlgbj. 



S 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREftT ANATOMICAL NIUSEURL 

And t'oili-r of Medicine. 

lYa fififk BEAUTIFUL AND lNBTRUOT** 
IVfaUUU lT*oMeotatobea«Bn. Open to i^ 
Pabllo DAY AND NlOUT, at EUHKKA V <' m 
SIB Montgomer- ■trcet. FOR MEN ONL1 
"atP-DB. Joki>aw'i« biva'. i OfjTIOR, oppoal 
Me^hanica' Fair, *1 i Oaarr atyaiat an 



R 



A HEW DISCOVERY. 

KLIFF TO nRIPPLBB.— THeV 



BUNION CUhK ho* ore n ted on n C 
atornalion amongnt tbe enrn doo- 
tora. The public no longer pay a large fee for a 
tamporaiT cure, when a Mfry-cent bottle of Dx. 
Halra Remedy will giro Immediate relief aa* 
effect a permanent euro for the worat OornaanS 
Bnotona. F. RIDKR, Agent, 

ia8tf^ H. B. oor Boab and Dopont eaa. 



OEOROE MATES 



andall kindaof tlHELL FISH, 
SUlUNoa. *0, Al, AS. California 
Market, entrance oo Oalifornia atreat *■• 

Pabllo or prlnta partiea and famillaa anpolled 
(ram 6 a.m. to 12 i'. At. LadiM* and OoBtlomeo'* 
Qyater Room open from I a.al to IV km de'/Tly 



^ 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

M AYE R 8' B AZAAR, 

Oor. Montgomery aad Pin* ■treat*. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Gooda, fine French Fancy Article* eto., eta. A 
lerae .took of Oo* SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 

ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FUI- WISHED ROOMS, SDT— 
gle or In anlta, 

Well lilBhiad maid Ventlle.t*>a. 

Onfnrni*Ded Room* to let- Lodging w+aa, 

or witbeot board. Ai.WAMBm BUTLDINO. 
■IS) Baah atraat, -rli tf 



GoxxA-ym CJastZACly'- 

MA. MERGER, SDOOE8SOR TOO. E 
• Meroar. WaoIaaRle Rod Retail Caady Maanv 
faotaror,5XB Kaarny atraet and 1ST SecercuT 
atreat San Fracotaoo EaUbliabad 1551 OffdRan 
ailed to any extent U7 S> 



THE JOTTBNAL OF AMTTS2MEKTS, 



Pabtisbed erirr Day in the Year by 

X- HP- BOGARDUS 

AT 

•» Merchut and SO- WmW»«*«" b " 

Below Montxomerjr, San Fraoeieoo. 



FB1DAY aCGUST 2. 187.. 



Th* D«*trl«d Vlllac*. 

The Ban Joeqain Argaa bis ft correspond- 
ent who does for SneUiog in proee whit 
Goldjmita did for Auburn in poetry. He 
does it in * meuore. It seems that Bnelling, 
"lore test village of theT&lIey," i$ deserted. 
The correspondent of the Argot, who writes 
ortr the romantic signature of "Tscnnft* 
l cow-pox), though there is not ft word snoot 
Yftceinftiton Iq his letter, thus mourns over 
the departed glories of the Town Hall : 

Oor Town Hall. Oar merry, noisy. 
hil.n .as Town Hall, where the shoots of 
Uagbter, sod the voices of mirth snd glee, 
ftnd plesssnt jest eud strains of music rang 
out op>n the still night sir; where rich 
silk trains, and lace and flowers, and Jewrlc, 
hftTeehuwuon beagtve br.jw, and dccfctd 
the lovely form ; where little feet hftve g>id- 
ed t a rough tie mazes of the graceful dance ; 
where the jauntily attired slaters have 
whirled round and ronnd, jocand and spor- 
tive as birds upon the wiog; where the 
voices ol ambitious politicians have stirred 
the wools of men ; wnere these bright, e»y 
•oenes b-ive passed witbio a few brief 
month*, is now the receptacle for provender 
— converted into a bay mow. 



A Forlorn Hope. 

The Daobury Rows says: 

We have a boy this week collecting np 
back accoonts of subscribers to the late Eve- 
ning News. We have a lonyi g to possess a 
pair oi psDts with a pocket behind. Wueu- 
evsr we feel tbia orating coming on we have 
that boy start oot. He has already enough 
to get the pocket, but we ehonld like more 
of the pants before appearing publicly ia 
them. 

That editor of the late Evening News most 
moat have the organ of Hope wonderfully 
largely developed. People who pay op 
back accounts owing to a dead newspaper 
•r whiskj-bills to ft saloon sold oot by the 
Sheriff are very scarce. We don't believe 
there are such people. 



Very Canning. 

A dis'iogaished journalist announce in 
hw column* that he has positively received 
ths following request : " Sir— I should feel 
much honored by having your autograph 
for myalbnm. If yon deem the request 
on warrantable on my part, pray pardon m> ; 
bat at the same time, send me the refusal 
in your own hand writing, and with your 
own signature, that I may know the refu- 
sal Is authentic." 

'■ ' ♦ ■ ■■ ■■ — ■ - 

Tory Carrfal. 

It is said that the Duluth people won't al- 
low small pox patients to be interred in 
their cemetery, beeause there are several 
UT*ooiuated corpses buried there. 



Bemt.-val. 

Ke well's Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
4 a Immenee business for the past year though 
hidden away op two flights of stairs. Now it 
has come oat Id roll view of everyone and ts ea 
Ubttshed at 136 Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel building, end la now fast monopolizing 
all the fashionable custom of the cltT. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfeot fitting 
shirt- at lew prices, and Newell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of oor best citizens, e 



An Old Landmark, 

Th- Teraodah Ol^ar Store, at the N.B. oorner 
•f nVarny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the tast 
eleren years for keeping the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meemchaam pipes, etc ■ 



Dear Met Bow She P mint* I 

N. B. — Use Dicxn'a famous Caxm di Lea 
and they cant see It. a 

JfclM.lrJt--vr.-jr> made to Order. 
H. A Oellender, Manufacturing Jeweler, €1 
Second street, San PnAelsco. n 



HeDswtll, xhow Card Writer, 

Rett? made and mad* to order. S.B. oorner 
•footnomery arid 8asrann>nto streets. u 



Oymcr Triple. 

The oyster trade In California is aasnmlng 
gigantic proportions. Emerson OorvUle. of the 
6-idi* Bo«k. UO Pine street, furnishes from 
hi own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to ell parte of the Paoiao Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters usts a famewhlob 
has extended all orer the continent, and the 
"Saddle Rock" la known werywnere, a 



Comic Sonsj: 

So a, of you need be troubled with flies, 

NO BOf D*f-a >0U Uf^' p SOD - 

Jin- buy yourself a Booiier Trap, 
p.p KO ill- flue In. 
Hoo-ler Fly Catcher F.etory, 940 Blxtli Street. L 



A. •»■•" i n« Keturned in One t>**>- 
and we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 



Dep..«|t your Ot.n»«.y. 

WHh the Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. So entrance lee or 
charge for passbooks. Office US Post street 

Open on ftaturday <Ten tnjrs fro™ 7 to 9 o'clock Jt 



6aniia.ri.am S«lt Wetter Baths. 

Bkse l-Wby don't yea ute SJt Water 
Batbi reanlirly ? Try one to-day. at the "SaB- 
ttanum.** foot of Powell stree'. Ncr'h Beaeb. 
Only 25 crn'i Hteem b tb« fin cents, or two 
warm bath Uc*>t., Dewooix sr Haarjt. t 



. Polka MUlt-ire." by StsdMdt, Dedicated to 
Lawrence B.r-eit. Pric* 60 cents. At Guts 
Music Store. 633 and 63S Clay street. r 



X»- Doherty 

i devoted MS study more particularly to 
ehionio and spweifls praotloa, and ■« such la 
now the most snooessfml of any Physician In 
Ban rraoetseo. Office fL* Saeramento street, 
corner of Leldasdorfl, a (aw doors below What 
Oheer Hots*. j 



An exchange whose local has evidently 
hid no watches presented him, or oyster 
stews forced on him lately, thus complains : 
■If a man boys a new boggy, or his oow can 
bawl three times without winking, the 'local' 
ia expected to proclaim the fact with a great 
flourish. If be starts a two-penny buai- 
ness his first thought is to bribe the 'local' 
with ft five cent cigar to write op a five dol- 
lar puff. Indeed he thinks it tl the mission 
of the 'local* ts make bie fortune for him by 
'free blowing.* He will take the local to 
one side and point oot the superior quali- 
ties or ft rat-terrier dog. and coolly ask Lim 
to 'give the pop a hoist.' He don't care 
anything about it, only Spriggius has a dog 
that he thinks i* a buster and some of 'em 
wanted his 'pot in just to take the oonceit of 
SpMggios.' Oh, yes, 'put ft in'by all means. 
Everybody wants os to 'pot It in' that they 
are the 'OftxaT I Am,' but nobody eaye : 
'Here, local, pot yourself inside this suit of 
o'othes, or throw yourself outside of this 
oyster stew, or stuff this watch iuyonr pock- 
e:.' Oh, no, of course not; that would cost 
something. The shoe is on the other foot, 
you see. The local is supposed to know 
everything about other people's business, 
and is expected to 'show np' all the actors in 
every family broil ia town. If the vile 
tongue of soaodal finds ft victim, people won- 
der why he don't ran aboat with hia note 
book and gather np the vituperative bite o I 
slander for the paper. If he slaps into a 
billiard saloon be is requested to make a 
note of the astonishing fact that Bill 
Tbompkins has just made a ran of eleven 
points When the uunstrel troope arrive in 
town the agent immediately rushes to the 
printing office and calling for the 'local' he 
slips three cr four tiosets into his band and 
whispers— 'Draw na a big house!' 'Put it 
to strong!' and the agent admits the inferi- 
ority of the troupe, hot we arenot to let on. 
All are anxious to appear favorably in print, 
bat few are willing to pay for it! The lo- 
cal's time is worth nothing. It don't cost 
him anytuing to live. He never eats, or 
drinke, or travels, and mosey is of no ose 

to him," 

_ — . ♦ 

An TJng-ratf ful swfferer. 

The exhibition of the Panorama of the 
great Chicago fire which is to take place 
this evening at Piatt's Hall recalls to mem- 
ory the story of one of the sufferers by the 
Wisconsin fires which occurred about the 
same time. This individual wrote the fol- 
lowing let er to one ot those noble- he*. r ted 
men woo sent relief tj the sufferers: 

The committy mangiv me, amongst other 
things, w«t ue called a pare ov pants ; and 
'twould nuke me pant to ware 'em. I toimd 
your name and where you live oo one of tue 
poel.it-. My wife laffcd so when I Bbode 'em 
to her 1 tuoagbt she would have a cmnp- 
ehan fit. She wants to know if there lives 
and breathes a man who has legs no biKger 
than that. She said it there was, he orter 
to be tiken np for vsgriosy, for havin' uo 
visible means ov support. I oouldent get 
'em on my oldest boy, so I used em for gun 
Cost-e. Ifyoa have another pare to spare, 
my wife wood like t ■ get 'em to hang np by 
toe aide of the fireplace too keep the ton g« 
in. 

Better Late Tim • N«we*. 

A monument is to be erected at North- 
field, Ma**., to the memory of Nathaniel 
Dickson, who was killed there by Indians a 
century and a quarter ago. 

This is done on the principle, "Beter 
Late than Never," bat after all it is better 
to let bygones be bygones. These old ani- 
mosities ought not to be raked np. 



Formerly of Buss House Oarrlsees. can be 
found in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest oorner B h and Menu 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. Oarrian orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. » bo 



A Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Ontral location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne building is a verv fine one and 18 well 
lUhted and v entilated. 

SOO Jfttlra ot Socka, 
at all prices, at: be What Oheer Laundry. 



A. Timely/ Present, 

At this f estiva season, a dozen of Bqnarza'a ez- 
l ol»i tely flavored pooches fern a most appropriate 
present, tne •8*' oog puncb Bares a treat deal of 
trouble, and is compounded witn greet skill. Hia 
femoos •rmponum ia at acUedesdorfLaod ispre- 
iidad orar by A. Bona, his wortnv successor. C 

■ m 
i>r. Barlow a. »znlttL 

Gives free lectures "(to gentlemen only) 
svery Friday evening, commeniins; at 7H, at Ms 
Hyg-f-ian Hell . 637 California St* and examinee 
patients phrenologloallTas to health. The best 
tod cheapest place in California for a Eick per- 
inn to Lwt well. Q 



Dear Knoupfc. 

The Cincinnati minister whn was struck 
with an axe for kissing ft fair parishioner 
will recover. It is paying preVy dear for a 
kiss, bot it might have oost more. It was 
bard for him to be axed for a kiss in thn 
style, 

m 
Pliutoaraphlo Cards. 

It *ne dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
i3»i.erj. 84 Tnlrd street between Stevenson snd 
Mustan streets. T 



Oysters. 
Id ttroliing round the other night, 
To look at 'Frlaoo by gas light. 
Our careless feet, by ohance aid stray 
To where a fountain's oeaeeleas play 
Of weu-ra brl^bt, did make a eore*n 
Through which a sweet bonqnet wes aeon ; 
While moi-ey atone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Hade that window teem to be 
8<>iue fair' grotto of tbe sea 
"Stop," said my friend, "iet'B go In hers — 
It looks so nice— and try tht-ir chetr." 
'■All fight." I said, "I must agree 
That iM» place tsuita n.e to a 'T.'" 
No tooner bar! we found a eeat 
Tben at our hide a waiter neat 
Me e his epprar arjo*, asked our wiah — 
bald 1he> had almost any dl-ti 
That we tnlxni name. We found It true, 
And cooked maffmjkaUlu, toe; 
All an <j» of o.nro. jui.y. Cat, 
Ooofted every «yl ; ju-< in>nk of that, 
ano if } our mouth oo- 't water, tbm 
You're oiffeivnt f r m other men 
The 'o clam > and oreba • q.j terrapins ; 
lu tact, wefoni.d *be? h*.i wf>bin 
That cosy pl>eeaU klnd-o( g m*\ 
Fun, fleeb or fowl which w- cuuld name, 
Weil- every dish wa*. I am sare. 
Prepared to lempt an eplcU'e. 
The iadiea. to. have touod. 'twould seem, 
That they hav* here the bee' ice cream; 
So here Ibey flock, the little finn» re. 
To get what 'h-y call "-uch i»te> dinners. " 
Whoever doubts ihl* let bim ru-h 
To ihre- bun red "b'rty-sevr'n Bush, 
And tbere to Is truth he'<i find made plain: 
Who goes there oooe will gu again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 331 Bush street, above 

atout^omery; open I>»y and NUli. 

0B&RL£6 fiAASX. Proprietor. 



it la Pertwctiy ^bumiUIhum 

How beanttrully and qulokly they do washing 
at the What Oheer Lanndry. Olothea rsoalvad 
velore 8 am. retarned the same evetuns U de 
Sired. s 

Lever Buckle ^uepenoere, 

at H per pair— tt per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Oncer Tnand ry. a 

ESeert Quality of X>i.sr«kvir» 

Driving gloves, at «2 per pair, at the What 
fJbesr Xsmndry x 



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AT AIT (TTBEB 8TOBZ. 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNYSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



TEN PEBFORMIES, IN THEIB 

Extraordinary Performances! 

A3D 

Daring Balloon Ascensions! 



Saturday- autl Sunday, 

AogQit 3d and 4th. 

MAKB ABOfNSIONS (WEATHER PKK>JrT- 
tiof) od SUNDAY, and doe Trapeze Aot in 
mid-air. 8*NOkA STa.<JY will do for the first 
lime iotbiantrri'-res onn3insr SWINGING BaL- 
AVGH. TRAPhZS. Amose tceir grtrd eota are 
the Spiral Moaotain, tbe thrillioe Nia^a'a Lesp, 
Jaoao-a* Aot'. aid UoDtartioes. Tb« CURTIS 
UKOTllBRs partorsa evury day end Toesdap, 
I bn-sdaj, end Saturday evenings, srhea 8ke'o« are 
ree. )>3itd 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

. . . .Toa . . . 

PIlNOFOETEand SINGING. 

MOWS. ALKXANDiB WOLOWBKI. THE 
wellbdown Pi- met. and YooaliBt, has tbe 
b^nor to inform hia friends and ihepnb'io of Mil 
Fr«ncisoo that he opens ooorees for Piano and 
Sieging, bj hia entirBlr bew and sunpl hfd b>s- 
t-m. the shortest in fxalence— reading static «t 
•iebu aoooaieanimenta of an. aar>g by a new 
march if harmony, as well as the moet inorongh 
tin w edfti of time, bs Moss. Woloweki'e otw in- 
Tenlioc. which bea oreated a great -O'Bstion ia 
tim cia-7c«J »ord. LidJes snd gen r em en desi- 
rous to boome floe ningrrt or ez el ent ptrf'irm- 
e a can leave •h'-ir orders at tbe Piino Warerooms 
olWM. BADGER. No 13 Sans^me Btr*e? : or, at 
Moos. W.'a r<ai.t9nce, No. 42 i Sn'.ter streeL 
JJ Jl-lw 



CITY GARDENS, 

Oormer »f Twelfth and Folmsb streets 



11GU8T 4th 



Grand German Musical Festival 

WHES THERE WILL BH A GRAND OLASB- 
IUAL OuNOERi b; in Orcbeitra of IS» 
Bolo<B'e nnd«r the direotio > of Henry Maiden. 

le tee a' emooo MR. JOHN aJANNlAG will 

appear and sx-uaw hia marrtloos perfnrmanoa os 

1 1- e i KAPrZE, in w ion he ebailenges tbe world 

During the afternoon and availing a BOOIAL 

BALL m the new Parilion. 

Admission to the Gerdeas and ail the amass- 
ment), only SOe-nts 

On e-andav, Aagu<tllth, Grand Festival of the 
Germs-ia Rflet,SUabee Gaard and Ban Fran- 
oi;co FnuUsft, 

GRAND BALL every 8a'-ardar evening. Ad- 
mi&aion S4>oeaU. Ladles free. lylt-tf 



Reduction in Gas 

THE SAN FRANCISCO GAS 
COMPANY 

[TERKBY GIVES HOTIOK THAT THE GOV- 
tmamt Tax of is oenta per tboiuAQd feet 
b&Tisgbten removed, Ui« prio* of 619 00 etreet, 
wbieh are .applied by opposition eompftnles will 
be redneed, from end after the FIBST DAT OF 
AUGC3T, to 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other streets the prloo will be rodnced. from 
same date, to THREE DOLLARS ABD FtFTT 
C zJS T6 H 50) per Thousand Feet. 

JOS. G. KAATXeSUVD, 
iitttf Seereaaurw* 



BARGAINS ! _ BARGAINS I 

ISO DOZEN HATS 

TO BK SOLD 

Belo-vr Cost! 

Within the next thirty days, at 

MRS. E. RECAN'S, 

r jrtS lm 1M THIliD STREET. ' 



IMPORTANT TOHOUSEKEEPERS 

TABLEWARE AND HOD8EHOLD GOODS 
of oeeeg-d— i l^t l ii i i f rom wbioh tbe tJlrer u 
worn, cu be re-pUeW fa tbe floeet end aoet dar- 
ebie runner ftt tbe SAW FBAKOITJOO GOLD 
AKD 6LLVER PLATIHG WORKS. 
•SS MUelen etrejet, bet. Hew MoBtfMa. 
••^•etdTiar*. leurtba 



EVERT KIND OF 

Housekeeping Goods, 

THAJf AT AXT OTHEE STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEUttY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



Pacific Stone Company 

THE PACIFIC STOKE COMPANY O* 1 " 
tbe especial attention of Arobitecte, Sngu 
eers, and the pnblio in general, to the SDPEKIO 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manafaetari 
by them in this city under tbe Raasoma Pstteat) 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
BuUdlng; Fronts. Water Pipe. 

Slnlia, HoaaqienU, FtiQntaaae. 

TUes, Coping* for Wuil 

FUtera, etc, etc 

Together with Bansome's oelabrated Free-Qi 

Grindstones, all of which we gnarantee snperu 

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

Star-Tbe attention of private parties intending 

bnlld is respectiaily solicited . 

Office, Wo. 1S>BTJ8H STREET, Ssn Franotsa. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE 

ROARING 0CEMI! SURGING BREAKER); 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS! 

APFETIZINQ BKZAKFA6TS, LUH0HI I 
DINKZSS AJJD STJPPZBA. 

Bit] AG TOtE WITE! 

BBIJfG Ton fahilt: 

B8ISO TOCE LAST fBfEMI 
And enjoy a riew of tbe FINEST OOE AN PAJTi 
RAMA m TBK WORLD, all in iSbt <A 
tbe world-renowned 

Golden Grate, 

With a fleet o white-winged meeeearere enterb 
from e.err part of tbe commercial world. 

»**Hew Line Btueee, connecting with Bare . 
Oara at Lone Monnlain e.err 15 minotee hareaft 
for the Oliff Honte. Fare a? oeote. 







Alal. KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles. 

o:Ec:Ei.ea.:E>JEUE«. ; 

THAN AT AJTT OTUEB STOKE. 



VAN SCHAACK A CO'S, 



KEASIT IT.EET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STTIX OF 

FANCY GOODS, 



THAN AT AST OTHEE STUE, 



YAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

THAJf AT AST OTHEE STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S. 

lEARITf STREET, OPPOSITE PUZA. 



GOODS 0. EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAK AT AJTT 

....ax... 



•TOM, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



IEARtTT STREET OPPOSITE PUIA 



ftLIFORNlAjjESTAURWi 

NOS. eiO. OlS &I7D t>l4 MOH 
gomery street, near Herohant > 
Laadies' Saloon oonneoted witn Lb* Be 
iiasxant. 

BUI of Fare, 

Ice Cream or Coffee rK£B 1 1 
any p-rwc Spendlaa; »*c. > 

Senp, with Fish or Broaats lSo t\\ 

Two JEsks 10c flswil 

Three Kinro sjrjc IBF 

Smelte or Salmon, with Coffee lSc 1 ]EL 

BteeiaorOnopo, with Teaor OoOee...l6e \& 

Sirloin Steak, do Vo KT 

Freeh Oysters. Raw or Stewed. rto " 

Bottle ol White Win* or Beer \H ft, 

Bottleef Olaret Wine... ISO JL 

Piw, Padding or Oxfce 60 Bst 

Oat MeaJ, Maah er Orackod Wheat.... 5o Vid 
Ooffee. Tea, Ohooolate, or ft Olaaa of S* 

White or Olaret Wine — 6« §Q 

del-*t JOHNBEOArT.ProprletM 



i£k && V ?ffl 

BRANCH OF THE 

California Restauran 

WILL OPEN Off 

Saturday, 13tli ittgtani 

At SB IConiaromerr ftla-eet. 

Opposite the Lick Bonee. It will be a firat-eh 
Beetaarsat. 



)y!2tr 



J. BEGAN. PTOprietot. 



VERY HMDYJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AJI 
^ Mission street oars take jou to Wo. S fteeex 1 
etreet. Kearny, Bnttsr. and Oentral oars te> 
yon to 1£4 Kearny atreei 

Our T"oro 8tore«, 

Where yoo can be supplied with SHIRTS ead • 
kinda of rUKXIililAG GOODS and TOUJ ! 
ARTIOLEs at prices lower than most stores o 
afford to/eil them for. 

■9- Call and &stiefj yonrselvea. 

BgygpICT «fe <jo> 



&£Ys? 



EXTRA QUALITY ' 

BOOTS and SHOll 

ON HAND and made 1 I 
to OBDJUL, 

L. BLAIR'f 

9 Kearor etreet. - 



RACINE HOUSE. 

lVo. 1023 Kearny m\ 

SAN FBANOISOO. 

THE ABOVE H0O8E IS CONVENIENT ^ 
to all the steamboat lacdingB, baaineesS 
portion of the city, and tbe prinoipal pLaeeeH 
of amoeement. Best of aocommadations af^ ' 
lowest prices Bestanrant attaobed to tbe boo 
where the best ot board can be had on the resb 
rantptan. OPEN ALL NIGBT. 
jnMim J. BlL'KEa&TATF, PropcJete, 



I>lxrici©iica. Notice 

THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS A2> 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

IK. E. Cor. MontAfomery and Marl; 
Street*, 

SaX FbanoIoCO. Jaly 23d, 19T 

AT A MEETING OP TBE BOARD OF 1- 
reotora of this Society, be'd tbls day, id ; 
deod was deolared od at depoaita, at tbe rati . 
eifht oerct""* p«r son jdv for ih« nulf-fear end I 
July 2 at. Itfli, payable immediately, and frsi 
Federal tax. 
jj-i5 2w EDWARD MABTIN Peoretar 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR SOCIETIES. AND THE Pfff 
fession gensrallr — The nndarsiKoed hem I 
inform all ia need of PLAY BOOKS and 8TJ • 
DARD DRAHiS that he ie oonstantly rseer* ' 
the Lateai PnbUo»tiont from all Amerioan 1 I 
Encflsb Hooves. Addrtes all orders to B. M.1I 
WARDS (IftteD-E. Appletoa A Co'il. 60e 1 » 
SIO Montgo oery street, San Franoiaoo. 
QatelogaeetTirniahedonapplloaUoD. a» li j 



J. CORIlf, TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS REMOVED FROM GOBNBR OF80 
mer and Mod t£omery_B treats to No. M • 
MONTGOMERY SfrtaET. between Pine I 

Bosh, opposite tbe Rnss Honee apl 1 



Dr. J. H. TurTord, 

PHYSICIAN FOB TUB TBgA'pUUTT t 
Dieeaeeaet tie Kar, Threat and Luafe kt ■ 
tbe oot/ poet . 

"-Mai. 



jmof the Kar. TbieetendVLojsJfs Mr 
harationof Aiomised Medtdaes, tne only poei 1 
car* for DeernM*. Osuarfa, BroDohllU u A««Js} 
Ooomtupuon, eto, Bx*taiaatlon "" " 

1»B Kearny street. Office n. 



DASH AWAY STABLEsf 

l^aSSiStiSS^iS' 



^^JSJSfi-^2t~ te 



IMPORTERS , 
M aery 0*od» 







• »■ r»*»rr»c<v uTriniT. irorit a. ■■ t 



^ ^ FU R« 5HEG RpOBS 

WEST END 



to. iti. ».. n. 



***sUT l» \C IH( II A 1,1 

^) GRAND SERIES 



^ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS 



-K I0MC 

5i ' Oscar Wtil 

OrtArMra «f «<) I n** ram rata! 
fl f IBS CAUFOWIA THEATRE 




BELLA UNION THEATRE 

WANTCD--A HUSBAND 
oat ..< >r*OAT ivnuM 



MAUM CSE! 



raiNiMi 

HI M«IIH MB Ht»l«,.Hl M«*. BlIlBM ikhMMI 
Inkle B»BMB> Kf <<> t l Bui > 



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MB rOKTH 

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Kll Ul MMM- 

MR ut~i« 
MR. BBLBU0B 
WII.L1I UK*! 

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ra<na o-boai 

Til IFlt 

MXL.lt B*OADkBiM.... 

•raow Doavaxu 

K»BT 



itotxia KIIXT 
aouuaa 



Bias aaaatiTTA osborm 

aix paxkt touaa 

bis* bamib moo&i 
mkh. hiss rea 

,...M1« r.DITU C4BLTD" 

miss ada hut-ifce. 

. HIi-n Aim I 

HIM JEXHIE STIIABT 

rb«4wl A FT i.-pri«l»r-»ti.TT m Mi. Sorbet; BWIxgi .1 EOt:'. • j a W. Di.h-.|> I Dmtw 
Prodop.1 naasr lb. direelon of O«o. T. Bird. 



















SDND-Y EVEJUNO LAST MOHT O* MR. MURPHY 

BOKDAT IVKSISQ, Aofn.! Ub i lHaT APPEABAHOE OP 

MISS ADA GFIAY, 

IS THE OBEAT PLAT Of ^^ ^^^^ 

•/"The lino used In lhl« Theatre In from Ht.-irm.rn k Uyde'e, Aceiila fur the cnlobnted Weber Piano*. 



" Oar* will lr*Tt the Thr-atr* for the Minion «il NTth H-aoh *Mrr night at the oloeo of the TXTforroBnc*. 



Ornrr-il Admlixlon • 1 SM» Pi»reje>t*t GO 

lit cm < Ircl- ..ml Orfhftlra. R»*er*ad Basts... 1 •»"• . WaUler- jys C«nte 

rrltate Hot.. ....!• •• • a>#-&*elj nij lu S«anr#1 bil Ditit. v]tido«..« p I 



BLIrfKS AND JINKS. 

Mr n !»-■(•-«-, m ^»» . 

■ " 1 1 >p- att-aaa1.se. t»s I . Mn. OwhU 



M-I1..J , 



.Fhbnj U»rrt(i 



MHI; D-wre 



.Vmrr<m (h»a>^ 



run uiitr •ruir. .. c iiami.kji iokiti t. 



Mine. C«nr4«y-iif*45"«r- 

.OaftiMfftr 'Mi', n 

roa.rf * Ban on 



Concluding with lb* Nee sad Original Pare* ef 

TRTanterl— >A Husband 

rune. Fetber la M»r . • .... H. •'nclB.r 

i i"i"»ofhi, in Iot- bjiIo Marieite K '■. M*r»n 

Itonnfa U'Btien, in Triah 0*«t... 1 ft i McC'trthj 

H'rf llirt »»ii fUilk"<"i(r»i. ■) (if. nan .) II t.nkin 

OMillil.r.r»ciH.»l'Ti? Vi-skfi- ... To-rrar Bertftn 

l,"'t'la M.mirr m.i, • a r->oe-mtod»d toiria Jtuoi* ./ob» 

Ah Otilei ('hi* ■ M.ainnthir' 

Joltoa Hl.r.rtb-.1. n 1MU Am rd.p'nt ... 

Mia. M»ft.- t« M ,oom», in love wtib Cbtrlw.. 

A-irpfm ( .... 

' .btiM <gloeoto.'ti Niieie.> 

linnt 



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ibMOD 

MfcttKel!- 

.!i nryTOfre 

,Hn ■.•> Fillrmta 
. .M.'a.lniapln.ie 

Merle Ziel 

....Snile Rebxco 



IN PRiPAifAHOr.-A'* l«Tt.H5ELY SENSATI.fl.L BBAKA 



FREiVGII 

BEAVER 

SUITS 

$50, 

LANCASTER'S 

• 17 « A«III VCTO- ATKKirr. 

Ope. Meteir**i Op*r» Uonee. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco ,Sa\ings Union, 



" M . 



< ellfornla elrcel. cor. VTelib. 



FOR TUK HHV VRtR FND'.NO WITT! 
i land baa U«n de^l*.;.^ 
M tb« r»*# of Nib* arj S.i-'etith, (9(1 i«) p»r 
m»(w t>*r ati&eia on TenaD»p-«. 
■erewef . eer aennn on OrrtiMry Da ^arrtt, free nf 
-bl« on end adar 
WID.NI. IlTftrder. 

■ LO 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

TIBOnvIA 1ITT. MBVAUl. 

rpRIB EUCOAJTT THKATRF. HAR BHBR RF- 
A d«oorftt*M, end oe* be rented b» iteBlibt or 
b-t u.» «v.«. BUra a-. J tre**Hog ooniMelea 
llbenvUr ueeied inUa eo eppliceUaa bj letter 
JOHN FIP.H, 
Menaffrai.il anU Proonatar. 
Or t« .f. U. MrHUt 
<»o waerilmtfte itr— t. Men Fnnolaen. 

To the Dramatic Profession. 

THR ORDRRBIORRD, WHO HAS BERN 
over iwelfe » eere ooiuieoied with the preee of 
■Ulmiarne, ud la well rnturn be ibe eaeabere of 
ifce preceeeloe in the Ooloolee.ban to IntiaBkU 
taetkeU prepere.1 to ctve tipertenced ad floe te 
4 tmcei Kalawlflealtr Tirillm or taedlutlog e 
rtafi to vbe Aaa.rel.tVD Ooasblee. Fee voderete. 
a^atMaMUap ta AiepaUbtaf rtpliee may be relied 

— b.-^.. J?U*LUal HRNRY WATIRB. 

JWaltTJI CLambere, A* Collina etreefc, faat- 
aWaraa AaetraMa Mt' 



MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL. 



Firfct l?(nr Lorturo 



MoNDiT IVEXIXO ....ATOl'aT Sib 

t BEafK-" Love. Ooaitablp aad aUr.ieTe,'' with 
sennapier LeJI"* end CeoUeei«>n on tbeetaer* Rt 
the cloa*. accord let 10 Temperemaoi. Btraotare of 
Bralb, acl r iim'ii i.a o( Face. Cheete ani Hcl 
•nl Oc A valuable took ■•'' be |t*eo to the bextl- 
eoateet ladi eed oce to tbe Cfiiaat naa in the bail. 



OF.T YOUR 

OPERA (3LASSES 

— AMT>— 

f a. rr s 

I Rere 1 '*") wh»ra thef are 

> tb# baateei *od rbeai ee»— at 

€». .1. II. MKYEHt, 

jrll !m ••* Montr ornery »*reat, 




Second Star Lecture 

....OH.... 
TlUDAf lvr.M.\«. AlOCNT«lli 

"Tbe Ooldea RaUe of Pbieleel Life," apiced 
wi'badaah at Diet, Be'hiaff, CIo'. hie*. Climate. 
faerafee, Ledlaa lie*d-drou«Hi, ato. ExamiEa- 
tiona of Character at tbe ol' -m, tofdier wub a 
book to the "letuai" lady aod oco to tbo leenett 
ia tbe ba*L ^__^_^_ 

Tl.Ira Star Lecture 



WI IlNEADATf AVENIKO....AC©. 7th 

A sraod DaeorlpMve Leoiore of the Throat. 
Loafa. Hrart at d Appeodajtei: Usaaaod Aba u 
of aime. Very Inatraoiive; will tar* haaaa life 
A bit of fan at the oloeo, toall will ateepwe lai er 
U«tIo« tbe M. L. Hall 



Tahoe Billiard Hall, 

rr*m St* BoilLur), to 

IVo. 4.W Ecarny street. 

CHAS L BTONE A JAB. H. WHITE, PEOPR'B 
»— .N 



tliim >»illl.r« nnrl i. m. 

St«uW.Bllll rdTtblMuilBurtock. 
• tMbl !•» PUiCoUf o/o.r 
• pnbllo rMWMfall; «Mul iria 



Bar Sugar 

?OR BAIX-Alw KEARNY STREET. AT 
attROSH'a. AJaa, every kiod of Caadiea. 



etar-Tlokelaftr tbo Three Leotarea. 91(0; SlDgle 
Tlukeu, Fifty Of&U. At the Library Hall on raid 
algbta, and at Uoaa Bonae from new on. Floe 
eaoafd Inalde and ouln'deot ball; obio mnalo free 

•wrParlora 37 and 38. RU88 U0U8E, ie where 
UK. PAYNK bolda bia Examination! Bad pre- 
Mribei. TarniB the itir* ae at home—*] W for 
Hedloal RxamlBatloca, 91 10 for Pbrec olofical 
Oharte. and $A0O for A nthrope logical Hiaml notion. 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 

... 1M ... 

Domestic Economy 

TBB NSW YORK PATENT OARPET RPNO- 
TatiBK Conpaay, Pat" .tod Deeeaiber, 1370, 
Cleana eod r«arorea earpeia to their original been- 
ty and brlRhtatfl* without ranaoring tbe lanin 
from tbe floor. All Dnat, Oreere, or Coal Sojokp. 
remonAbr oarprotcea. and defacod oolora will 
become al ■ crlgot ir wban Dew. 

Tbe quality af tbe raetoiatlre la a'io not iojarl- 
aae taibeaata. deiioate fabric and tint, and La ao 
aolaaJ preventive i.f aiotb ana rermta. 

BAN PRAKOIbUO 0FF1OB, 
No. 138 KEARNY 8TBB8T, ROOM 6a 



Grand Central Park, Oakland. 

B*ooo4 Station bayond B roadway. 

SUNDAY AUGUST 4. 1872 

F rit App*cr:nca of th* Calibrated 

OSCAR BROTHERS, 

lo ct njuncitoa wilhl 

PROF. GRIFFITH, KltlERICSH WiZIFD, 

Tbe only Magician now *tav ling who girea fxpo- 
titlooeaf fa la tricle ao he |<crforniS tfcrm. 

Among the porfo maacia la the Won V. f ul 

DAVENPORT BRIK BOPE-TVING FEAT! 

CHA8. ALPhRS' CKLEBRATID 

C30I«a■osllF^.■r• bau'C 



SKMING, GYMItdSTIC EXERCISES, ETC 



FRENCN MUTUAL PRCViD£KT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 



_ net (9 per cant.) npon t • opera' lone o 
French Havinga and Loao Hooleiy for bbo eix 
montba endleg June 29th, 187?, hae, In oonformity 
with tbe report of the Committee of Vi-rflailou 
appointed by the m«mbtri o( tbe Weoieiy, be«o 
deolared by tbe Board of Admfniat'attoo, at Ibo 
Heml-Annnnl Mrotinn bald on >b- 16lb mat., lb la 
diridaod will on paynble on and after > be Ullh lutt. 
at tbe office of the Sooiety, 4 I A Buab itreetv 
G0SITAVE HAHK, 
])30 lm Director of trench oavinge Bank. 



(§Mit 



Dr. ZeiJe's'New Rtissian.Turkish 

— BKD— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE. 

FOR LADIES 1110 GENTLEtDEh, 

Ko. HI Pari He airvvl. 

TI1F KF.ST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Bfl 
uMlabm^at of the kiad. efTbeT la Kr'eoeo 
Amertoa. Ooaraoieat and aeparate rpArtraenta. 
Bathloa* by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Halo or 
Mcdioaten Water*. Saiua of rooma to he tana 
bnlldina: for piSvate patienta. 



S 



THOMAS W. BRIE, 



& 



llANUFAUTURKR 

— .UD— 
HEP A I KKB 

ORUMS",°B»P(J0S, 



BBTABL1B HED Ul 1»«5- 

■•P'LMaoouriv.n on lb. Bunio ind Pram. BAB 
MISSION STREET, b.».w Pirn ud Sioond. 

«. B.-Pin^lon.d Uilv.r bolo Bwvjo, for Pro. 
•MiODlJ, .Iw.i. od bvia. J.H If 



|»Jl-lm 



I SIHON l.»OPOLD, Mu« 



NOTICE TO 

BOYS AND GIRL3. 

THE FIFTY-OBNT PENCIL SHARPENER, 
for tbeoie of Bobool OU'ldreo, leoow forasle 
by tbe Manufacturer sad Ag< ut JAB. STOTT 



CANDIES. 

ALL VltDi OE THE FIUBST OAJtBll 
IDAd. .t OOT StoUi O.ndy FMtorT d.lr/. All 
erd.n, MpMlAllr from lb. ooontrj, at* MU0il«d 

»«4wiUb.»«mirUji*Uodji». 

OANTY « WAOBER, 
lfT MoBtffom.rr it., mm S.iter 



MRS. UPHKM HENDEE. 

C'LATRVOVANT ARD MAONRTIO PBTSr. 
' OI4.N, RonmeSlA Rnah street. Room 4,*. 
OBljfi hiuia from 10 te 12 and 2 to 4 PUL1L C 
SKANOES i b\ua 1iy lied Satordav er«n'ogs; alao 



HALL'S 

X 

R S L l 

S A A , 

yellow' 

DOCK 

IODIDE or POTASS 

TUK BEST BEAOTHriBR 07 THE 
OO MPLBaCI ON 

In aaa. tmr*« Plmplea, Bolle, Blotchea, Rbeo- 
matiam and Mercoriai Palna For tale by all 
Drag gift*. 

J. JB. CATM A Ca, 

Prwprletoi-e, 
Clor. Sauieaaae and Commrreltti Bta. 
BOLE AGENTS FOR 



TO LOVERS OF SONtt AND S0CIAI ENJOVMf »T 

A e*ele<!l Frav-nml-FiiBy ul tin 



CHARING 



4^ 



SALOOX, 



Ui\U MISSION ST.. TWO DOOR8 FR^'M 
UVU boooni., erery Saturday areulnfr. CLau 
taken at B;J0 p.m.. abarp. 0. W. I'.rowo, Cbalrmaa 

Oribbago, Wbii.t, Cbeeo, lillliartJa, rrrry nigtu 
London Nivwa, Pnooh. Bella Llfrt, Clipper, !>»»» 
Deinga.Oall and Figaro on file. Tbe boat of Kc* 
Pnochee and l.lqiiom aorred. 

de23tf J. KA01.F8. ProHet*M. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREM mNATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And College off Medicine. 



PnbUo DAY AND NlOUT, al EUREKA HAU-, 
BIB Uonlgomor- atroot. FOR MaXN ONLY.EJ* 
" a*- Dr. JOBDAIO MIT J.' K OTPICK, OPIiOSt 
Mfchanioa' Fair. *1 1 Oaar» atraat an 



R 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

EL1FF TO fTRIPPLBS.-TREl 



KUNinN CUl K baa oreated c 
ateraa'inn amongat the enro dnc 
tore. The pahllo no lorgor pay a large lit for . 
tflmporarT enre, when a tlffj-cr.nl bottle of Or. 
Htli'a Rtmedy will glra immediate relief ao I 
riffnot a permasent onre for tnr> worst Oornawt A 
Bnoiona. P, RIDKR, Agent, 

jo* iff 8. E. oor. Bneb and Dopont ita. 



Dr. 



Perry's Last Chance and 
Webfoot Pll»», jmotff 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, CLAMS 
aodall kiodaof SHELL FIHU, 
KtallaNoa. AO, Al, 40, California 

afarket.eo trance on Onlifonifa atreet. -■ 

Pnblio or private parties and famtllea eappHed 
from 6 A.U. to 12 P. at. Ladlaa' atd G.'ctlo'nen'i 
VHtor Boo g op*r from « l,k t« 12f.«i iv£i 1> 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

M AYE R 8'"'b A Z AAR, 

Cor. Montf omary aid Pine alreeta. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A OHTNA 
Oooda, flne French Fancy Articles eto., eto. A 
Larce atoei of floe SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 

RLfOBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY EOT NIBBED ROOMS, BJ3S- 
gieortnaaite, 
■WM Uejhaed ead ▼•attlLateet. 

__ _. Oniorniatied Rooms to let. Lodging with 
or Wttfacat board, ALHAAfBRA BuIlDINU. 
tn» BaMbaasawt. nc24 tf 



OaSkVAady. Oandy. 

MA. MKRfTER, SOOOKRSOR TO a H. 
* Meroer, Wholesale and Retail Candy Mano- 
fa."tnrr.r. fill* Kearny ttrret *nd 1ST Sroood 
BtroM Km rrancl>o> JctaUblUhed ISM Onlove 
tkpeO t« t,= j eii«ut :t~ t 



'FIG- A 



THE JOUKHAL OF AVmEXERTB. 



Published svsry Day In tho Year by 

AT 

41C Merchant and SJM5 -Wa«»>lo«t«» 9ta 

Below Montgomery. San FranoiiOO. 



SATURDAY AUGUST 3, 1B72 



Xn Place ot a Club Room. 

There are »oci»l dribs in Ban Frm-jois o, but 
they are of an exclusive character, and It 1b 
not in their rooms that the wits ind good (el- 
lows about town most do congregate. The Lick 
House Baloon Is more like a ciub rocm than 
anything el«o. It was always beautifnl, and 
the late lmprovenQtiita have made It perfectly 
gorgeous The walls have been beantifnUy 
frcBOOed.'a magnificent Velvet carpet Imported 
directly from Bnusel* has been laid down, and 
the artistic wrings executed In California lan- 
rel, (he oostly gl»*8 and silver ware, the mir- 
rors and ststnes, give this symposium a most 
brilliant appearance. The wlnts and liquors 
are the very rarest and bf«i, and Me?srs. Pob- 
teb k Lswis nn<*entAnd their business eo w.-ll 
that everyone feels at home. The Lick House 
Saloon la one of the lnsUtn'lons of ban Fran- 
cisco, and should be seen ny all* a 



Good ThliiRS. 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, lns- 
olona and plqnante, are Invited to call In at 330 
Bush street, nearly opposite the Alnsmbra The- 
atre, and try Jones & 8chroeder*s celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 af . to 12 at night. Qi 



The Old Oyster House. 

For tbslaat tight years TheBiTairc kept by W 
Screen 614 Market street, ha* been the fashionable 
oyster boots of Sin Fraooieoo. The private rooms 
up stairs are very popular for wedding parties and 
■upper parties. After the theatres call at tbc Bi- 
valve three doors below Kearny foryoar oysters. 



XjIvo Well. 

TbOFe who est good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding Is the caneecf many crimes. Those 
Who dine at the Pioneer BeeUnr&nt, on Wash, 
lngto i treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, wbo has catered for the public since 
849, provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout. Balniagundl sonn, game, tame geese, 
-dellclouB 'i:im-H. and everything the heart of 
man can deMre. The best cup of tea in the 
city — EnfiH-h breakfast tea— Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can re obtained here. B 



New York Dry Goods Store, 

SIS Btockton street, between Clay and 3aora- 
i inento, receives new goods dally from New York 
auctions dry cheau. KememDer the nrjmbar.* 

'Foreign nnd Domestic Draffs. 

Assayi re, Bakers, Confection ere. Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, and all manufacturers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will find it to their advantage to 
examine the each nrice list of Stroh, Schmidt 
& Oo., Importers, (tuecen-ors to En. A Schmidt) 
63S Commercial nt„ one door below Montgom- 
ery. Agen'.s for liorton'e Tobacco Antidote, w 



J5T.&W Style Jewelry, 

Strangers and others contemplating making 
purchases of Jewelry should inspect A. Hlrsoh- 
anan'a elegant stock of new styles of jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 Kearry street, 
between Batter and Post. Everything at lowest 
Cash rates, » 

OL&iavoYAKT.— Madame Clara Anton ie, the 
clairvoyant. Independent Trarco Medium. 
Office, 426 Kearny Street. Con rait atloaa nj 
English, French and Oermau. Q 



Scmoval. 

Kewell's Paragon Shirt Bszaar has been doing 
A n Immense business far the past year though 
hidden away np two flights of stairs. Now it 
lias come ont In full view of everyone and is es 
tabllshed at 136 Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is now fast monopolising 
all the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfeot fitting 
Shirtt* at low prices, and Kewell's shirts cover 
Che manly breasts of our best citizens, h 



As Old Landmark, 
The Verandah Olgar Store, at the N.E. comer 
t Of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven yearB for keeping the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc. k 



©OO Pairs ot Socles, 
At all prices, ate be vvhat Cheer Laundry. * 



Hair Jiwinj made to Order. 
H. A, Callender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 
Second street. San Francisco. d 



MeDewell, -how Csvrd Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. 8.E. corner 

Montgomery and Saeramento streets. u 



Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade In California is assuming 

-gigantic proportion!. Emerson Ccrvllle. of the 

- Grille Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 

< hi own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 

oyster* to all part* of the Pacific Ooast. His 

Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 

baa extended all over the continent, and the 

"'Saddle Rook" ta known everywhere. Q 



■Gomlo iSonjc 

Nioorf ynu need be troubled with flies. 

No n ore n*^d yon ueepr-iBon— 
Just buy yourgelf a Hoosier Trap, 
FopKO'h- fl.it sin. 
' aooBier Fly Oaichrr Factory, 340 Sixth street, l 



.Jta swsn tntf Keturned In Oneij iy 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
"i>onrtr» 



Sanitarium s. It Water Hatha. 

Bebe l-Wly don't you trke Salt Water 
Baths n-avh rly? Try one to-day, at the ••Ban- 
ltannm." lo-.t of Powell street. North Beach. 
Only 25 on** --team b the 6o cents, or two 
farm bath llcfc-t-. DmsCOIX a. Haosx. X 



Polka MlUt iw." by fttadfoldt. Dedicated tn 
' I*wren< 1 .r ett. P -Ice GO cents. At Grat ~ 
> Moslc Bi .633 and 635 Clay street. r 



• X>r. Ooii*. rty 

Has devoted his study more parti cnlarly to 

' ■ chronic aitd -tpecine praotice, and as snoh ts 

now the m< -i auocessfal of any Physician In 

s San rr»i!.' ..'.». office 619 Sacramento street, 

-corner ef Loidradorff, « few doors below What 

* -Chwer Hon.* I 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC N. VY5. 

J. K- Kmmett Is In Barlio, studying Teutonic 
eaaraotera in tbeir eat ve haunts. Andrew Hslli- 
daj. of LoodOD, is re-writing "Friia." and J*>e 
will probably prodoeo the piece In tbat city the 
oomiaf fall. 

Up to Jnlj6tb the following was the reuord of 
tbea-rleels in London: Tos Italian Opara.OoTeDl 
Oardao Tbeatre.oontinasd rannlog Adahna Pa U. 
Parepa-Rosa.laMeAlbanl(Mis» L* Jaore • -. U: 
yoong pnma donaa from Albany, *>•• York), and 
M'lle SeaiL Td« theatra was to clcso Joly 'i*jtb to 
prapare fer Boooloaalt'a aotamn and alnUr «a- 

MO iha Drur/Lanelialian Opera at'H ofltred 

Kilaaon, llotjaas. Trebelli. Btltini Cla-a Louise 

Kellogg, and tbe new ttuor Uampaaiol ^ii» 

evening bosiaeaaof tha London thaatraa ellsred 
nonorahr ovtr tbe pravloaa. weak. At tha Artel- 
phi. "Laatberlangi. the Great: How He tJtormad, 
Roiroeiand MisdBd," predated en the let, lllaa- 
tr*t,a _be oonfa-ioa wtatoh would ariae and toe 
abasea whtoh waald follow aboald mobosraw? an»- 
ceed ariatooracy, and what a pleaaait time would 
be had with a BradlaogQ or an Odgor tM tbe prt«- 
dent of a republic. —^ 

It was atated tha'. Ylsoonnt Hlnton. eldest eon 
>f Earl Pculott, was from 1868 lo 1671, incl eive, a 
paatomi vist at the Stirrer Theatre, and al several 
London moaio nails, under the n*m* <-t Uotman. 
He was bora in 1819, and married in ]&6S Ljdia Ana 
Sbippey, a dancer and coeiiu singer known aa Mite 
Smytha. 

It seams that Dion Bonoioaott is n< t ffoing to 
allow H. Sardon to have all tho honors of oueralia 
feeHo. He has writteo an oper*tio »iei;iaoaiar 
piece, wbiob he calls "Bibiland Be joo." and in- 
tends to prjduoeit at OoTent Garden, London, 
in Angoat. 

- Little Boae Hereto acnonooed a f aw representa- 
tions with her*rav*ling Bngliah opera oompany at 
thebtaadard Theatre, London, prepara-ory (o her 
departure for Wew Ycrk, where, with a flap of ber 
winga, the announced that she waj to be prima 
doaca a-rol la at tbe Grand Op-?ra Hoase. 

Ur. and Mrs. Obar'ee MatbeWa bad arrivtd in 
London. Tbe la ler le to retire permanently from 
the Btage. 1 he former will appear at tbe Gaiety in 
October. 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wigan were to take a fare- 
well of tbe stage benofit at Drnry Laat. or, (he 
6 h, in "Still Waters Ran Dee/' and "The First 
Hight." 

E. A. Sothem a:d bis eon Lytt-on arrived in 
Lo' don from New York on the 8d. Mr S^tberj 
was annonnoed tn play "Dandreary" at Urory 
L\re, July 85 th, f.r the benefit of tbe Boral Tbe- 
atrical Fund, wbiob would bo hie only appearance. 
Hmr. Parepa-Ro^a has been offered an eDRago- 
mentio St. Peter barg, wbioh Bhe b«s declined, 
haviog in contemplation tbe eetabli-bment of 
Fneliih op ri in London. Sbe achieved a n>a» 
niScent aaocees in "Norma" at Ooveot Garden on 
the 4b. 

Tal'c abont high prioeal A seat in Drnry Lane 
Opera Hocss ccste $6, in gold. 

Mr. aod Mri. Bandmann are a^tbe Qaeen's The- 
atre, Lo jdon-l 



The Laurel Palace, 

In London and Paris are many beaut if al sa- 
loons where wicee and other liquid refre*h- 
ments are dispensed. Search these oitldfl 
through and it is doubtful whether yon could 
And one equalling In beauty, tastoful adorn- 
ment and elegance tbe Laurel F-I.o, Just 
completed by Mr. George Kahmau, at the north- 
west corner of Buab and Kearny Btrfeets. No- 
thing like it has ever been s^en, never w s such 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
Interior Is fltted-up thronghont with poilshtd 
OfcliforDin Laurel, and magniflcent mirrors re- 
flect Its beantiea on all sldee. The w»)1b and 
ceilings are frescoed in the most artl*tio man- 
ner, the palntiDgs of scroll work, fl >g , and 
cluBters of fl'JWerB being marvelB of th*> deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality In keeping with the ooetUness of the 
saloon. Everything is tbe beet that mooey can 
procure. Hare vintages of wine, th* ciiolc at 
brandleb. and the very best br*ud? of dem<-stlo 
spirits mav be found here. A spacious c-liar 
rnns under the saloon, aud here are stored, tu 
tiers, liquors and wines In the wood. r&e 
Laurel Pal"ce will be a favorite reson for taose 
Beeklng refreshment after tbe theatre *nd be. 
twe"n tbe acts, ad will be f. motio as ar. liablo 
place lor the purchase of .uni-ly storev, In the 
way of wiaeo and liquors. y 



For ^'nsmnK 

Shirt*. $1 60 per doc.; small pieces, 60o. per 
4m. At the What Oheer Lrnndry 

Oak Poisoning;, 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Poet street. No cure, 
no pay. f- 

Pliotottnipmc Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Qsi.ery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 

UioBi&c streeta. . t 

• 

Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at "Frisco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chauoe old stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless |>lay 
Of waters bright, did make a ac e. n 
Through wbiob a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mosay stone and pearly uholl. 
O'er wbiob the watt-rs soitly (ell. 
Made that window reem to bt- 
Bome fairy grotto of tbc a-a 
"Stop," said my friend, ""t's go In here — 
It looks so nice— and try ib> lr che. r " 
"All right," 1 said, "I must »gret- 
That this place nulls me lo a "]'."' 
No sooner had we found a *wn 
Than at oar aide a waiter neat 
Marie hl« appearance, asked our wlsb— 
Said they had almost any di- h 
That we mittm name. We f uod U trne. 
And cooked magnificently, U>o; 
All Kti.de of D>ltnN, juiry, <at. 
Cooled every R'yl- ; Ju-' tb'iib of tha . 
AnO if your mouth oo 't wait', tbi n 
Ton're ciiflfr- ui O'-m other turn 
Tho 'd clam land oraba .u.i U-rruplntt , 
Xo lact, We fonod 'bey ha.i wl run 
Thai cosy pUceaii kind" of g m-. 
Fith. flbsb or fowl which w c-mld uame, 
While every dish wsh, I not sum. 
Prepared to i«mpt at- epical 
The ladles, too, have Km. rt 'iwould seem, 
That they have hen- the bee' ire cream; 
Bo here tbey flock, the littl" •iuu- r»*, 
To get wbat ihiy call 'Such ■ ic dmners." 
Who«ver d"Ubla this l'i i-m- ru-b 
To ihref hnU'tred ihirty-eev- 1. Bu-h, 
And tbere tblB trntb he'<i rtud made plain: 
Who ftoee there once wl'l g-i aatalo. 
Pacific Oyster Bouee, 33? Bneh street, above 

Montgomery; open Hay aud M«t>i. 

0HABLE6 U.\AkL prop letor. 



it lav Perfectly ■». •■ ...,i^.i, . .._ 
How beautifully and qulokl/ tb^y do waahlng 

>t the What Oheer Laundry. Olotbw received 

.* fore ft A.atn returned the •*■•>- -vemng If de 

^l. ' i 

Lever Buohi« ^uaaiai'iuera, 

At $1 par pair— 05 per cent, beaper tban else- 
where — at the What Ob w > anndrt x 

Beat Quality %,i l><. K a.Htn 

Driving glorea, it li per paii. at the What 
Oheer Laundry x 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Sqnarxa'e ei- 
iQiaitelrflavorel punches form a moat appropriate 
present, tbe egg nog punch saves a great deal of 
iroable, and is compounded with great akill. His 
(-laooanrmpoemmu at 2>Liedeadorff. and la pre- 
sided over br A. Bona, his wortmr aocoeaaor. 



Or. Barlow J . Smith 
Gives free lectures (to Oentlemen only) 
>very Frioay evening, commencing at 7H, at his 
Bygelan HalL 637 California at, and examinee 
patients phreao logically aa to health. The best 
■ nd cheapest place In California for ft sick per- 
-on to net well. ft 



«<^W ADVERTISEMENTS* 



GRAND EXCURSION 

....OP THE.... 

LAFAYETTE GUARDS! 

... ON.... 
HVNDA.Y AUGUST 4th 

TO SAIV JOSE. 



THK COMPANY WILL BE ESCORTED BY 
tha MoMabon Goard, the Freacb Z^oares, 
aod ' u Pbiharmonio Boeiety, who bave otferod to 
r p i,- the Mofiio on ibe Boat. Tbe trip will ha 
madeoti tbe splendid Stsamer CORA. Klogint 
Onrriaeea will be in witip. at Alviso to take ihe 
D^rtj io LTVK OAK PARS The triD will be a 
vert olea&aot one in ever readeot. A FINS COLD 
OOLLATI'iN oa board tbe boat, bteamer starts 
a 8 sbarp from toot of Pacific etraet, 



GO TO 

IOL AlVT'S 

ros YOUB 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

You cua Save from SO Cent* to Three 
Dollar* on every pair yon bay. 

11 Third street, near Market. 

aa-Look oat for the BIG BOOT. au3 lm 



L 



WOODWARD'S GARDENS. 



THE FAMOUS 




TEW PERFOBMER3. I.V THEIB 

Extraordinary Performauces ! 

iiT> 

Daring Balloon Ascensions! 



Naturday and Sunday, 

Aa&Ttut 3d and 4th. 

MAKE A80KNSION8 (WEATHER PEBM1T- 
nocl on SUNDAY, and do a Trapeze Act io 
mid-air. Bi-NOKA STAOY will do for the first 
timeuatbiacitj-h-rfts onnJinc SWIKGINO BaL- 
ANOK TRAPfcZtf. Amoag tbelr gr.rd acta are 
the bpiral Mountain, the tbrillici; Niagara Lo»p, 
JaDai^S" Aot", ar-d Oontortioos. The OURTlS 
BROTUERa perform every day and Tuesday, 
Thursday, and tiatnrdav evenings, when Ska'ei are 
'ree. jy31td 



CITY GARDENS, 

Ceraer of Twelfth and Folsom streets 



8VNOAT ..AVOITST 4tb 

Grand German Musical Festival 

WHEN THERE WILL BE A GRAND OLASS- 
I' 'Al, OUNOER'' b> an Orcbestra of aSO 
Solols's under the di eotioi of Hearr Maiden. 

In tbe af>ernoon UK JOHN M ANNlftG will 

appear and exioote hi« warvFlana performance on 

tbe i K A Pi Z K, in wbloh he challenges tbe world 

During the afternoon and evaning a SOCIAL 

BALL in the new Pavilion. 

Admission to the Gardens and all the amuse- 
ments, only COcnts 

On > undav, Aapn 11th, Graid Festival of the 
Germa->ia R flea, Steuben Guard and San Fran- 
cisco Fnsiltenr, 

GRAND BALL every Saturday evening. Ad- 
mission SO cents. Ladies free. jr30-tf 



Reduction in Gas 

THE SAN FRANCISCO GAS 
COMPANY 

ITEBEBV GIVES NOTIOE THAT THE Gov- 
ernment Tkz of 35 cents per tfc oujand feet 
baTieg been remored, tbe price of Gie oo etreets 
ffDioh are supplied br opposition companies will 
to rednced. from aod after tbe FIRST DAY OF 
AUGUST, to 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other streeta the prieo will bs rednced. from 
same date, to THREE DOLLARS AA1D FIFTY 
OhTTTS ($3 50) per Thousand Feet. 

JOS. G. 1ASTLAND, 
i*3»tf Secretory. 



BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! 

ISO DOZEN HATS 

TO BE SOLD 

T3elo-w Cost! 

Within the next thirty dara, at 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 

jr25lm 1M THIRD STREET. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

I^ABLUWARE AMD HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of ever j deurir ..on from which tha allver is 
worn, can be re-platwd in ttie finest and moat dur- 
able manner at the SAN FKAJTOLSOO GOLD 
AMD BILVKB PLATLNG WO&KS. 
•5S MUslon >tr«et. b*t, Mew Montcona. 
cry nnd Third. . mar4 lm 



10.000 Useful Articles 



CETEAPHIl 

TBAN AT i-VV OTHIE STOKE, 

— i a .... 

VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET. OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Mens' Clothing, 



THAN AT ANT OTHEK STOKE, 

....AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CD'S, 

KEAMYSTREET. OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERY KIND OF 

Housekeeping Goods, 

CHEAPER 
TBAN AT AWT OTHEK STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles, 

CHEAFER I 

TBAN AT ANT OTBEB STOKE, 

....AT 

VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 

OHEa FJE1XI. 
TBAN AT ANT OTBEB STOKE. 

AT.,.. 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

CHEAPER 
THAN AT ANT OTHER STOKE, 

AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAX AT AJTY OTBlKX STOKE, 

....AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KURNT STREET OPPOSITE PLAZA 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACIFIC STONE OOMPAJTY OALL 
the especial attention of Architects. Engin- 
eers, and the Dnblio in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of the Stooe now being manolectnred 
bj them in this city under tbe Ransoms Patents. 
The; make to order and keep in stock: 
Building; Fronts, Water Pipe, 

Sinks, Monaaents, Fountain*, 

Tiles, Coplnge for Walla, 

Flllera, etc., etc.. 

Together with Baoeome's celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior, 

and at a price far below i hot of band-cut work. 

aoarTbo attention of private parties intending to 
bnild ia reapectfnJtj- solicited. 
Office, No. IO BUSH STREET. 8>n FranoisM. 

THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS! 
FDANIINO SURF! MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

APrETIZINO EKEAXFASTS, LUNCHES 
DINNERS AND SUFFEBS. 

BSIKS TOTS WIFE! 

BKINe TOTB FAMILY: 

BKI.NO TOTS 1ADT FRIENDS 
And enjoy A Tiew of the FINEST OOEAN PAMO 
RAMA IN THE WOULD, el] in Bight of 
the werld-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet o white-winged meseengera enterawl 
from evei, part of the commerciAl world. 

,9r- New Line Boefle,, connecting with Street 
Oar* At Lone MonntAin every 15 minutes heraAltA, 
for tbe Ohff iioute. FAre 26 cents. 

CALIFORNIAJESTIURIRT 

Nos. eio, eisATiD i>i*moht. 
gomery street, near Merohaat.— 
Ladies' Saloon cormeoted with the B*f> 
tanrant. 

Sill ot Fare. 

lee Cream or Coffin FXtKP, Vm 
aay peraoa eptndJna ABe. 

Senp, with Fish or Broasts lSo 

Two £gkis lse 

Three Ffsro ADe 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 1-Sc 

bteakfl or Obops, with Tea or Coffee. . ,15o 

Sirloin Steak, do 2U0 

Freeh Oysters, Rawer Stewed 160 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer I6c 

BotUeof Claret Wine... ISo 

Pies, Podding or Cake 5c 

Oat Meal, Moan er Cracked Whsat.... 6o 
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wins „. Ao 

del-tf JOHN REGAN. rroprietSaC 





ap9 tf 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB ... 

PIANOFORTEand SINGING. 

M0N8. ALEX AND ftB WOLOWSKI, TH» 
wellfriiown Pinnist and Tooalist. nas the 
honor to inform bid friends aud tbe public of San 
Frsacisoo tbat be opens courses for Piano and 
Singing, bs his entirely Lew aod eimpl Bed bjs- 
tero, the sborteat in existence— reading Music tt 
eigbt, aocompaoiments of nnr S3Dg br a new 
march of harmonF, as well es the most ihoroucb 
kouwiedgc of time, by Mons. Wolonski's new in- 
vention, which bas created a great fecsation in 
tbe mnsioal nerld. Ladies and gear etnen desi- 
rous to beenme fine ningtr i or ex -el eot perform- 
eis oan leave tb-'ir orders at the Piano Wareroomj 
of WM. BADGER, No 13 SADGome street; or, tt 
Mods. W.'b rteUience, No. 48i Salter street, 
jy 31-lw 



VERY HANDY FOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK. MARKET, HOWARD AW 
^ Mission street cars take you to No, 3 Second i 
street. Ke»rny, Suitar, and Central cars take 
you to IK4 K.tariiy street 

Our Tt^o Stores, 

Where yon osn be supplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds of FUKNISHING GOODS and TOILS I 
ARTTOLE3 at prices lower tban most Btoree OS | 
afford to sell them for. 
*&v- Call and satisfy yourselves. 

BENEDICT A CO. 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and mads 
to OBDKB, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

O Kearny street. 



RACINE HOUSE. 

IVo. 1023 Hearny fcrt., 

SAN FBANOISOO. 

THE ABOVE HOUSE IS CONVENIENT ^^ 
to all tbe eteamboat landings, buflineesflgf 
portion of the city, and tbe principal places QUI 
of amuEtement. Best of aooommadationa at™ ■" 
lowest prioea Restaurant attaobed to tbe bouse, > 
where the best of board osn be had on the restao- 
rant plan. OPKN ALL NIGHT. 
joM lm J. B10KEBBTAFF, Proprietor. 



JDJLvidexicil Notice. 

THE EIBERNIA SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N. E. Cor. MoiattfOaatetr and Market 
Streets, 

San Fbancibco, Joly 23d, 1972. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Di- 
rectors of this Society, beld tbia day, a divi- 
dend was declared on a 1 ! depoaits, at the rate ef 
eight per oenr. per annum, for iha naif-year ending 
July 2'st, 1S7'2, payable immediately, and free of 
Federal tax. 
jyi5 2w EDWARD MARTIN. r?eorelarr._ 



' 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR SOOIETIK3, AND THE PBO- 
fesaion generally —Tbe nnderslgoed begs to | 
inform ail in need of PLAY BuOKS and STAN- ] 
DARD DRAM IS that he is conatantly raoeivla 
tbe Latest Publications from all American and 
English Houses. Address all orders to R. M. ED- 
WARDS (late D. E. Appleton A Oo'b), -Js>8 and 
GIO Montgo aery street, San Francisco. 
Catalogues furnished on application. an 1st __ 



RSMOVAIj. 



J. CORIlf, TRUNK MAKER, I 

IAS BEHOVED FROM OOENKE OF30*_ I 
mar aod Montgonaer? Btreota to No. *■•' 
MONTGOMERY STKEKT. between Pin, Ana 



H 



Bush. ODDoeite tbe Rubs Hoase 



Dr. J. H. TufTord, 

PBTiHOIAM FOB THE TBEAttlBII* OF 
DisoAueof the BAr.Tar.At And Lnogi by In- 
hAtAtioa ol Atomized Medicine,, toe onlj ponttffo 
oare for DeAfaH,, OAtAArh, BroDehltlB. AAtbmA, 
OooBamplion, eto. EreminAtion FKEE. OaoB. 
1*8 KAArni ,treeA. Offloe nam. from o.Aj"^" 



O a. m, m. 
laSln, 



DASHAWAY STABLES, 

KRABrTTI 
ble ,-- 



1 IO FOST ST.. BET. KBASMTkv 
I 1.6 and DnnooL-BookAWAi. and Wn. 
n.jala. on tbe raoat reaaonable aerrka. JS 
LedTe.' and OenUem.n*. Saddle Hone. f,f IV 



aiwaj. oat bAnd. Fartioalar •ttantioa 
dteBoArdlai Horae^ 



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HQTEL, 

•ST Ml •*• iMMlVtn 



AT PUTT'S MUSIC HAIL 

MT1« DAI m : i *> >» a I i - , , 

Great Panorama 

The Chicago Fire 

; SQUARE FEET OF CANVAS 



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IflW ALMAHBEA THATH. 

T^nmx TVlKlatai of tlao Great 



Simmons & Slocum's Minstrels ! 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



* '■■ !> lltrj Mitt! 

opera mmrrr imkuiuhu. 

MlnrsTRBLsr. Kruno acts. 



: ' n» im, or mi in,- "on it whit wi mi,* ito 



' • riA»«», i or rat i.uiT i>< i «i i •>•«.■ am iitiiri an. 



DH1IL.TOHA1VTY cfc 



IPlNGrLBRI 



tool B«rc<-i«, Ktairrai 



anneal (coca*, or thi mur 

S mt and I>inr» Hmi. 

BATDRDAY ARD trNDAY EVEKINOI AUOTJ* t 3 mm* « 

AND BATURDAY K«A.XIlMTHJfl 



Chicago Before the Fire! 

Ill IMFLAORATIONI 



t'urt l":i-«i- fnt.-i I:, i,,.,,. ,, t ,, 1,1 Mi, l.,i 



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Himiu. 



B6BMB !■ tin* 



v iwr of the Principal Stroctsl 

RUINS OF THE CHURCHES 

MRS.OLEaRYSCOW 
MUSIC. BOXOS. STORIES. RECITATIONS 



DwartpUve Laetura and Dramatic Ballad 
jk. Xjadt ov obioaoo 



.m-T.. Ti.n •• 4 n -' • -»• ».!■«-• .f I*. „l-h»» .4 
«■»*• * 0. W«l u. Itoipr. Sol* ArMal f,r 

AAmlMtoe-l :«li1i.( n<4n»4 •- ■ '• Fifty (Vnl, 

rAreo-fi* IpwIi-Iw o«t. 

HALF rR H AT 

Tlio BnturclAy IVIntlnoc, 

Of ORDER TO A' JMMODATA 

THE SOXXOOIaS! 

• r ■ i ■> „*d AAh Ml 

PaBOAAMA • 



Sliirnm. Swr-atii mi, Sutton anil lho Kntiro Inrnpajiy 



l'lirt H«-fon«l- 



Ml... 



The Great DELEHANTY and HENGLER 

i» Turin iiiioimi. aonoa ami iimi- 



the; 



wrong ivt^Livr 

SWEATNAM HOT« And SIMMONS. 



THE (JREAT 



in a m:»- BrsoB otr hm.htkh. 



HOl'BLK JK1 WELCH AND RI( E 



INSIDE 



BWFATNAM HIOEKY A1CD I 



OUT8IDEI 



Tbs whole to eoDcfqn> wHb J.O. fltafratVa Original Sketch iflttilod 

TRIX! TEIXt TEIXl TBIXJ 



PlIliRRI K ... ADD RVMAN i MfcOtTRKY 

r ,\>NV .. .TCS'IN RjLlNSON JUHTIUK Of PEACE.. 
HAKKY. . ...M. A1N-.LKV t>CO I T 1 H A.N C* A II 



COOL I11KOKNS 

J. Ri -Bin HON 

J. H. Ml 

. JOHN RICK 



Mj.'-L'aT LVrMNO. Aagonl olh— First Appnarauco of 

MR. BOB HART, THE LAUGHABLE ETHIOPIAN COMEDIAN. 



mSW All Bill- r.»f»li.n* the Alhr.ii.br* Theatre rjuhI d* prwiwmtod hereafter on Mnntay. 
Th* Piano a«*d n from the doom of Kohlar. OIum s Co ., 888 OUt ntfMt, agent* for the oelebrmtdd Ohiotertni Piano 



1ATTTRDAT mmd IUNDAT EVENING! 



ORBAT NT'OOEMII 
— or—— 

Tlio Milliner or San Fran. is. o 



H -«■#■■ — of 



TOMMV NoLAHailLIN 

Tint Jin pooh 



Xif Mar Leroy. the Popular D Anient*. 

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ix WHion th« waoLg or ran 

SPZjBjVDIID TnOUPB 

WILL APPKAR. 

MR. OELSARTTE HIS BEEN EXPRESSLY ENGAGED 

FOR THIS PIECE ONLY. 



To oonolAd* with 

THE TXE%JXSSSS-BLAJEK.T> 

... OB.... 

THE WICKEDEST WORTAN IR SAN FRANCISCO 

Oharsoun by tb» Onmpaoj. 

ADMISSION *3 OenU 

EotrAoo* to PnnU Boxm od Satt«r »|rt**t. 



TilS MODEL LODOIKO IIOVMKrB. 

pacific houseTv ■xjz-sr. 
Olympic HOUse.*vr.»j::^vj:!L 

tpMla lALITM * ' 



lYIagary «& Co., successors tO Harvey 1YI. Lockwood & Go. 

gp T.Tl MTiT-n ASSOBTMENT OF 

Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 



OBE IMtldB., 



Mo. »81 «f.»«M' MTHF.IT. JSF.TWF.EK HtMII Aln iUTTEK. 



V X 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... CIRCULATES IN .... 

All the Theatres', 

AKD U 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

□I THB TEAR. 

eEHERALLY THR0OBH0DT THE CITY 



On the B ">AT8 and CABS 



FERHANOtZ & RG'ilRRE. 

FA8HI0HABLB llA-rrkiR-v, »U. ll«X fOBT 
•trtwt. o.w Kaarny. 

jfc. Ft a* AtMriM^t of Hate Md Cap* ^ 
Oin-t <ntl» •■ fcmnd. 
■yEito ntd* to urd-r tad r«noTat«d to tba oaateat *t«te. 



Jt 



riONEEK IHOI HAITIIPACrrORY. 




ATT£IVTTIOIrT ! 

ATTEI^TICItf ! 
ATTE1MTIOW ! 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 



GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 



G. ABRAHAM 



27, 33 and 35 Second-st., 

AS THB FOLLOWING LI8T OF PRIDES WILL PROVBC 

Flnr H«uT»r ProcU Salt, from *40 to »AO 

H»« llc»nr «atk "till lc«i» ISO to 40 

Fli>« Cxlmert Null, Iron ■» to 3S 

Flo© Beaver K»n(A from lO to Id 

Floe l-iiMlnrre Puut, from 7 to XO 

rtoo Velvet ▼e.t. from. 8 to 1« 

Tine ollk Cnulmere Te.t. ? to lO 

•9-REHKMaHR THESE GARMENTS ARE ALL HADE 
TO OKDKR IN AKY STYLE TO SUIT THE P0R0HA8ER 
AND A PB'FBOT PIP OUARANTBKD, OB NO BALK. 
LO K.OUC FOR VuUB OWN INTERESTS. AND A-LhO 
FOB THE BO HON OF 

C. ABRAHAM, 

27, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
Was cured by 

X3JFI. MUUIjEII, Sr, 

in ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 

1029 Pacific street. 



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REVERENCES. 

0. Nntmnn, FB(i . px-Hhior Borla.er, 714 



«t(MI«. -,d«,«,U.l»»A|l 1 



■VALSO. THB LARGEST 8 TOOK OF BIAOT-MADB 
OLOTHINO AND QBNTS' FIlBinsRITO 6>00DJ IN THE 
OITT. AT iqUALl Y LOW PBIOES. 

G. ABRAHAM, 

33 and 35 8econd street. 



VuililnKtin ■! rest- Chronic Urouohiti-, 
XoberL Ni'iiiinn, 1 'A Otkb winti street— ABthma. 
< Imri.n Lea-rtr. la e buok driver, cor. Geary and 

Mnrkm. eittroLri— Paraljum 
J. H. Oiarko, late Hoiith Inspeotor— Deatoflss of 

Iodk ntaoLlif «. 



ANOTHFR PROOF -T, THE UNDKRSION- 
«d. tnUn pie ».ur« in infiirmitifr the puM*c tbat. 
1 bAT" boon enrud of nari'lvflia of OT r nlrtn .-Bars' 
■ tnn.l i>4 I>t 1>K, MULlKK. SK., No. ilOSMunt- 
Komory alreoL (Signed) 

OHO. 8ITERB0lt. 
Oarpentnr and KuiMpr, 2tU rjl-meottoa atraat. be- 
iwtitm Tiri d and FourUu ^^^^ 



The Celebrated Physician of 

St. Louis, 
IDr. iJF».A.YI^E3 

IS NOW AT HIS PRIVATE PARLORS BT 
and HH Kuat Hods«, ready to wait on Oun'le- 
nittti. Lxotnrtaat MeroaDlila Library Hall attain 
aratweek. jyll lm 



DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON, MAGNETIC HEALE*R.- 
Dr. H baa rieaa bisbly -uoceaiiful In treatinK 
Primly ei<s. Daifieaa, Debility, and InQarDtuaton 
Diaenstc, aoui* or obromo, of all tba organs of 
tbe body. Dia«aaia of LadUa treated trltb tbe 
ntmnnt anlieauy, 

MRS. ALBERT MORTON, OLAtRVOYANT 
MKOI'AL AND BUSINESS MEDIUM, AND 
P8VUHOMHTKIST. 

Olairvoian' ezatainat'ons for diaeaie In perton, 
or from balr. Spirit >mmanlo>tH>Di Payoho- 
matric*l readlos^ ft ob . *ot«r (rota letters, and 
analysis of ores. 

Mr., fnorton'a Gnid«B have been vory anooetef nl 
Id dir*otlDC many of the leadiaf oitiMas of Bo. ton 
la Uealtal, L-«nl and Bualneis matUra. Hoars 
from 9 a m. to ft p.m. 

1 1 U'VARRItLiL ST., Sao Fraaolioo. Jyttlm 



CENTRAL 

NO. 11« GEARY STREET. 1 
Beat ettooaaoaodatloos for 
Faaiiliia 1b the elty. Private 
iatrano. topLadl--. Hair Oattln., BnTrWial 
Bbaeapeoi'. s Uhlldr-a'a Uair neatly oat. Ladlee 

iTr75m" MW -ir-00BBIVBAr.Pro-i.Ur. 



BALDWIN'S 

DAIRY BUTTER 



ir. 



None jcnninc oilr'n procured from tbe Sole 
t, N ... TKKWlLl.ilii K, SKiIN SO and Gl 
idiiraun Market 



K, StalH BO and fil 
L K BALDWIN. 



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TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 




AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

AT TBE VARIOUS FAXSS. B>" 

For the SuperiorJtyJDyer all Others. 

FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT THE OLD 
Bit,bU,hm»ol, 1W UdMorf atrMt, oppoalM WbAt 
Oh.tr Houo. ood ot 

tQDARZl'l BRAICH 

SIT BEARS Y 8TBBBT. BBTWBBB PUB AND BDBH 



XG-A.FLO 



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IE1 JCrB5 AL OF AM PSEKISTg. 
pnt.ianed every Day in the Year by 

SB* Mtrchant uBd A«« fVeahlnilon eta. 



B*low Mcctsorr-try, 



Su Francisco. 



8AT0BDAY .AUGP8T 3, 1878 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc. 

Axbambra TBXATur. — Simmone A 81o- 

fBIB '( MhilMH lb»ffi«t Oool Bbis*m. tbe lively 
Chat las Sottcn. erd tbe Inimitable eong and dance 
aer.DelsbanirAHsntler.will lU *PP«" » l tbe 
nutiure i*r(oro3*T:ct! to-d»f Mid >|Ud Uuwb- 
leg. Tte tBf»8em«ot ci Sittmooe k Slocum'a 
IKiitrelttlofMto-lBOncw night. Tbe Bret part 
rertojictBM given by thrta artist* has alwara b*en 

■ rr«al l«»tnie of tbsir •afrlaiemeel, and E. N. 
F ocbit. Lew bianpona. Billy Sw«atoam iad the 
tbe otter, neve all doEe well io their respective 
Ilr.ee Oo a! or day evening Bob Hart. tbao whom 

Ibere «e (,« fi*»Uf f.tori'ti io the niloetrel pro- 
ffMic», will com«:eEC« en engazenvct at tbit 
rente aad with Otol Bor.-esa. OcatWs Sotton, 
Dalcbanly end Hangler.Add Rynian. *Bd ebost 

cf oth.re. will prmot a programme of unMam- 

p!«d excellence. 

MrraoroLiTAN Theare.— " Manm Cie" 
w il t< pl»r<d at the maiicee to-dar, and again 
\ t ( evening. Wilb tomorrow evening the highly 
, cc«wfol«MOBcf Irish comrdy eo well carried 
t trough by Mr. Morpby and tbe Metropolltaa 
Theatre company will clos*. and this popn'or fa- 
nntt will make bii fsrew. II bow to tbe San Fun- 
circo public, who admire bim bo mncb and will 
wt1ccn:e tlm ao b«arlily on lis rilnrn at scmo 
fotorereriod- 

Bella union.— Another new piece will be 

predated to-nlgbt at Ibia go-ahead theatre. It ie 
.ctitlrd "Wanted a Bnibend," H. Sinclair, iR. G. 
*iraD Loo McCaiij. Minnie Fillmore. Johnny 
Tten aod otters mill lake pari in it. Il will be 
preceded by a capital first part, and an Interlude 
il which the Raj nold a Brothers will praeeot tbair 
capital Mlol "Tbe Happy HoltcBtoU;" J. H- 
Ltrkio and Came Armstrong m a new Doloh 
act; Mir. ttarles Coricll wiU ling "Driven from 
Bome" with character cbaBpes and invisible 
eborufi; the Biynolds Brathera and otbera will 
appear in "Or.e Msbt in a Bar-room." Mr. and 
Mia. Coriell. B. Sindiar and J. K. Larkin in 
'■Blinks »nd Jinks;" Marie Zoel ard Mies Jose- 
phine in a double boor and daope : Mis* Carrie 
Ccapman in msdloy dance, and othora in ballads, 
ace and olher enter tainirg ptrformancea. 

New Amebican Theatbe.— The new play 

of '■TheMtUinerol Bib Francisco" haa prosed a 
treat n«f|i, Cogi 1 and Cooper, tbe doable b >ng 
aid daMl men, are very t ovular aod a \ery Taried 
and attractive entertainment ie gireo. 

Panorama or theGbeatFieein Chicago. 

— P.atfe Hall waa crowded last ni*ht when Al- 
deteoo'aPa norama olthe Ohioano lire was nn- 
rolled lor the first lima In tbia olty. Tbe Pano- 
rama ttowa Tiaaeol Chioago before the fire, tbe 
city ie flame!, eetneeiB the old oemetery, roineol 
tbecnnrcheeaad view a of tbe promluent balld- 
Inge. The'ciiMc-'of tbe Call let* bimaelf lowe 
oo tbia paiorcma md aays it ia ont ol drawing- 
A- tr.it- ie no: tbe case we are forced to conolode 
that tbe ir tic iqniotB, which ia a pity aa 
acrc&s-eied criliole a diifigo'emeot toa "aica" 
piper like tbe Morning Call. Mlea Laoro Honey 
raad t to iectoreaed caaeed eomo impatieace by 
r-T'Og readiagsont of booka which had nothiog 
to do with tbe aobj ct ; a lot of hoodlama 
Id toe gallery with no appreciation of ber 
alocnuoLCrj powers, atamiiegwlth their fctto 
barry Jp the paioti&g. Tbe panorama will be ex- 
tolled at tbe matinee to-doy and ajjain tbia evc- 
aiag and the descriptive portion of the lecture 
will be giveo, witboit any long aeries To-day 
ie toe birthday of Obicagi, tbe city to-day com- 
pleting it) 42nd jot. Former rcMJenteo! tbe 
city oae eaaily recognize all parts ol it repreiented 
is bblB paaorama and P.atta Hall will be filled, 
doobtleai, both atmatioee aod evenihg perform- 
aoee aaitwaalaBt night. 

WOODWABD'B GABDEN9— THE EriSLAYS.— 
All old residents will remember the groat reaea- 
t on the Boie';;f Family made by their perform- 
aacae aod ballooB asorn^ioss here Borne eight 
yeue ago, and tbeimmenie crowds that went to 
eee them. Affr years of waaderinas in Mexico 
and Sooth America, the Boial aye, ten in namber, 
baie retorned. aod will give their first perform- 
aares at Woodward's Qardens this afternooa and 
Sacday. makiag their famoa* balloon ascecsion, 
if the weatnor [ermit, ia their 70 loot balloon. 
They will also give a grand performance lathe 
Paillioa consisting of the swinginir, bulanoiag 
Trapeae aot by oae of tbe ladiea of tbe'comsaoy, 
ibcfamOBS Spiral MooBtaiB asoeaiion. tbe; Niag- 
ara Leap, and other acta. Thooeanda will viait 
Wooowarda on Sooday. 

Cm Gardens.— Tbe children of the pub- 
ic ecboola, a'compaaied by their teachers, will visit 
the Olty Oardeas thie afternoon by the kind i a vita- 
uon of Mr. Stevens, the proprietor, who will make 
every effort to add to the enjoyment of the little 
ones while on tbe grouad. Tbe members of the 
Board ol Education have signified their approval 
cf tee invitation, and the attendance will be very 
large. Oa Bandar a grand Germao moeloal festt- 
ral will be held, whan a ooncert by * n orchestra of 
tweaty.iolCK'ts. onder the dircctton.of Mr. Henry 
Maidec, w-,11 be given, 

Lapayetie Gcacds' Excursion. — The 

Lafayette Guards will have a pleasant excursion to 
Baa Josa to-morrow oa the steamer Cora, 
(bartered for the occasion. The Mo Mahone, 
inach ZDoavee, aod Philharmonic Society will 
aocompaoy tbea. At Alviso carriages will be in 
waitinaito take the party to Live Oak Park. Tiokete 
for the round trip two dollars. The Cora will 
leave Paciflo Street Wharf at » o'clock. Thia is 

■ ore to be one of the jellicst excursions of the 
season as the French alwais manage aaoh tblota 
Well. 

Mercantile Library Hall.— Dr. Payne 
will deliver thefintof hie eonraeofetar lectures 
atMereaatlte Llbraiy HaU oa Monday evening. 
The subject will be "Love, Ooartabip and Hat- 
riase," vim amusiog illuitratione of aninities and 
tDeooBtrary. Another lecture will be delivered 
ooTneaday eveaiog on "Toa Goldoa Rules of 
Physical Life," with illaetrattoneof cbaraoter and 
cl Wednesday a physiological leotnre will bo given 
deseribing the throat, lunge, heart and other or- 
gaas. Dr. Payne ecdeavc re to oombioe iastrac- 
uonac oiemeotaBd conveys information iaa 

popnlar luanoer. 

Ise Cuff HousE.-Th« road to the Cliff 
Boasa la in epleadid order. Captain Foster haa 
the moat talented oooka, asd his dinners are fa- 
■coas. Tfcp seals happily sporting about in free- 
dom, prewt;-. apleaahur aixbL 

Capt. Badoer'b Cbntbal Park, Oaklakd. 

The Oscar Brotbcra aad Prof. Griffith, the wizard 

will give a performance hereon Snnday. ThePro^ 

-AaaamLftfla tbe ljoaooa D^yeEPort Rtpa Rone. 



Obebebtbal Cokcebtb AT PiCIFIcHALL. 
That tbira are a large aomberof P 'Ople*n San 
Franciacowho Ban appreciate aad will io to hear 
really good moeio, waa tofficient y proved bytbe 
large attendance at tbe conoerU given by Miafl 
Acoa Mebl'g. Tbe conosrU given by Theodore 
Tbomaa-e great band io Ntw York have drawn i.ni- 
immecaB aodlences. We ba*e A eomclont aom- 
berof talented maikiaxa la thie city to givo ooa- 
otru qoite eQBal to tboso whloh have made 
Thodcre Thomav'e name famooe throoghont 
the United States. BuoQ ooooerU ooat much 
meaey. and of course there ie eome risk in 
attempting thtm in aoityof limited population 
like Saa FraaclBOO. The experiment, however, 
is lobe made, ©o Tae'day eveoiag, Aoga«t «ib 
a aeriea of oooeartB will be commenced at tne 
Pacifio Hall, onder tbe direction of the well- 
known impressarios. OecaiW.il and Louie Sohmict, 
with Fred Water ol the California Theatre as 
manager. Tbe programme" of this fir«t concert 
which Bppe ri ob another pigilaa very good oca. 
It ie bo arranged aa to pleaee those who have a 
tasie for clasaiosl mnalo, and at the same time 
afford plensnre totho great public, who ca<« more 
for catcbiog melodies and prittv ibdsic then for 
the araod oompo-itioas of the old masters ipis 
Ufer olo-B will o*rtaini» be delighwd with 
Btraoea' biaotlfal "Blue Dannbe Walta." which 
wasnoeof th" (neatet aocctsaes ef the late Boa- 
ton Jubilee. Tbo overture to "oemi-amidf. by 
HobsIoI, playsrt by a masniflcsnt orcbes'ra will as- 
bgbtalf.and tbe vooal pert of *he ent^r^lnmcnt 
by the popnlar favorite. Slise Helea O. Dmceoo, 
cannot fsil to be appreciated. Altogether these 
conceits are so rlanned as to insore eucoefs. ana 
Paotflo Hall will b« the fastiionable renorr. par 
excellence, during the time theCaiforaia inea- 
tre reraaiosclowd. Seats for these oonooits may 
be reserved aiae days ia advance. 

" Abticlb 47."— On Monday evening Miss 
Ada Gray, of whom oar Eastern exchanges Bpaak 
io tbe highest terms sb an accomplished andtea- 
tiful actreie will commence an engagement at tbe 
Metropolitan Theatre in the late.t Vew York sen- 
BatiOD, "Article 47." The plot of thie play ie a 
moat thrilling story of woman's love and revenge 
for an injury, said to je « quailed by few playe of 
tbepresestday. "Ar! ideal' bed a Ions rnn ia 
Ne* York Tbe rornagtment of the Metrolitan 
Theatre will epare or expenee ia placing this play 
oa tbe Btageaxd though its rnn moat necessarily 
beehort in cocBeqneoce of tbe great prepiration 
to be made for tbe production of the success of 
a'l Bocoe>89s, "Hompty Dumpty," with Toa p De- 
aler's brilliant ccmbinatioa, mentioned io oar 
Eaitorn snmmary, it will draw many crowded 
boQiee. 

Pacitic Hall.— The Hon. Charles E. 

Joneo, formerly member of Parliament io the 
Aas ralasian ooloniee, gave a capital leotnre on 
"stage and Pulpit" last nigbt. Ttere waeenougb 
good, sound ssase in it to serve aa materbl for a 
doxentermonB, and many good ttoriea were told in 
amuaing Btyle. We hope that Mr. Jonee will re- 
peat this lecture when we are sore he will have a 
larger audience iban was ia a tendance last night ; 
our public being wary of going ti bear lecturerB 
whose rtpnla'ion is unknown to them. 

Anatomical Mubetjm..— One ol the moet 

oom[i!ete collectiooB of tbe hind in tbe United 
Stales, comprising hnndredaof costly and bean- 
tlfal wax modtle, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) a; the Slateum on Montgomery atreet. An 
bear mar be profitably scent here. 

pacific coa7t~pbamatic news. 

Stockton. — M:e. A. J. Dnnlway lectured at 
Hickman's liall last nigbt. 

Qn*B8 Valley —"Ten Nigbfe in a Bar Room" 
and (he farce of "Tbe BinnsoaetltB," were played 
at Hamilton HaU for D. P. Dodge. Gra-8 Valley 
is rejoicing in tbe prospect of anew braie band; 
we suppose the old one ia worn ont 

Qdincet.— Tbe Morrell Blind Troupe performed 
at tbe Town Hall last week. 

Pobtland. Or.— ''A epare bat select audience ' 
attended the readings of Mr, M&vb* 11, " tbe work- 
man poet," at Masonic Hall on the 'Jitb. Geo. 
B. Waldron will open East Portland Park oa the 
Sth with Ed MoBtigne, M'Ue Gerrelta aid olher 
attraction?. 

HoLi£TEB.-The Child Americas Troope gave 
concert 8 on Monday and Tuesday, even inga. 

Mabibville.— Miss Anna Meblig is announced 
to give a concert aacisted by Miss Helen Dingeon 
oa or about the O.b. 

Virginia City.— The Aimre Troupe open?d at 
Piper's Opera Bouse on Tuesday in "La Grande 
DaoheEee." "La Perichoie,'*oa Wednesday. "Or* 
phee anx Eofere," on Thareday, "Barbe Blpue" 
for Aimee's benefit on Friday, will give a matinee 
to-day and to-night will cloie la 'Flsnr da The." 

San .1'" se.— On Mondsy Joe Marphj with a com- 
pany from tbe Metropolitan TCea're, will appear 
in "Help" at Brohaska'e Opera Honse. 



BThe Boston Polio saye: 
Mr. Joseph Heine, the enjlMBv ^ rod -r.olin.at 

o jo. . _ . 

II ai-obaMbe following kiad'y ioum of*coi- 



lyifl < feilt.tpejreec--o« G.^lj Octuati b, a,. ^ 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

In New York the record of theatricals at the 
few theatres open BUndBae follows: The Yokes 
Family at the Union Square; a variety enterrain- 
meatat the Olympic, and Marina Turck at Tony 
Pastor 'e Opera Honse, 
Honae. 

The Lydia Thompson Tro;bo epsned at Wal- 
laek's Teeatra Od tbe 2!d. The World gives the 
following acoooot of the performance : 

The borleeque of "Robin Hood" ib in itself not 
remarkable for plot or ait nations, or i'.dc a an? 
dramnt'O excellence, but it ib bright, nielodioas, 
and fall of bop, skip, and jump. Tbe bouquete 
began to fall about aqnatter after eight, and con- 
tianed fallinx with but few intervals throughout 
tbe evening. thBsbower being heaviest when MitB 
Thompson made ber appearance as the trim lit'te 
Robin Hood. The uotrccs has nut lost any of her 
eprlghtlinee, bat her staging betrayed evidenoea 
of a cbaoge of climate. Tne nartioular stirs of 
her troope are Beokett and Edouin The other 
conspicuous personages were Miss Amy Sheri. an, 
who played the part of the Black Knight, and ap- 
pears to have been selected on aooount of her 
physical proportions and beauty eolely; and Miss 
Woathereby, well known by her oooaeotion with 
tbe former troupe. "Robin H«od"overfl«wB with 
new and taking pornar meloiiee, nearly all in 
tbe waltz me ten re, aod nearly all accompanied 
by the automatic bUBtne'B which had its ong n in 
"Lob Brlgaeds." A tea oon sorig, in which the 
compaay mi io their teaspoons; a Dolly Vsrden 
danoe with skipping ropes, a walk-sronnd, and a 
troop of soldier'. fsl«o borrowed from "Lo Brig- 
ands," and called "Idittj in Tin"— tb>ee are what 
the coasuientioas reviewer moat call the salient, 
points. Tbe text of the piece has some verbal wit 
of tbe Byron stamp, but very little bomor. The 
latter Is contribute J by the actions of tneoem- 
piay. Tbe dreastB are as usual scanty and bemii- 
ful. Tbe women are prepoaseieing, but not sifted. 
The slngi>g is of the kiortl that Bete tbe gallery to 
beating time with its feet. Some of the voices 
are fresh aad melodioaa. Miss DuBole having alto- 
gether the beet, and the chornees are well man- 
aged and effective "Robin Hood" may therefore 
b- summed np aa otners of f>e borleeqoee have 
been summed up. It ia a ebony an i pleasant 
divertiaemsot, perfectly innocno&s and without 
much meaning. 

LtMcVicker'anew theatre at Chicago is adver- 
tised to open early in Angus:. The Reporter says 
the inside ef McVioker'e Theatre ia far more ele- 
gant tbaa the splendid auditorium burned. A 
view of thie theatre is shown in the Panorama ex- 
hibited this evening at Piatt's Hal. James 
O'Neil will fee leading rr an. 

The Mercury says of Miss Ada Gray, who is to 
commence an engagement on Monday at tbe Met- 
ropolitan Theatre in this olty: *'Sbe h e abund- 
ant talent aad much peri onal beauty. " 

Tbe Martlnnetti troups dosed their travelling 
season at Wilhameport, Pa,, oathel6tb, altar five 
nights. Ten of tbe troupe ara to Summer for six 
weeks at Jtrsey City, foarteea miles from that 
city. 

Oapl. Bates, the Kentucky giant, has arrived io 
New York with his wife, lately Miss Anna Swan, 
^ejfoyaScoLia giantea-.- from England, Ba'ea 



Boston Mrs. Lo»i« 



ifornia vocals' : 

Francisco. Oal. E!:e ncBjes'«» one os nro _ • 
tanefnlor voices, lull of p(.wer. and cooaeueat. 
She will rank With aay one of o«r own lavonteB. 

Mr, and Madame Heine started od a started on a 
concert tour throagh the N. E. SUteB en tbo IBlh 
of July, io oompany with Barnabse. Mis. Marri- 
atr of Oal.. and Tbe Templo Qusrtstte. The 
Boston Folio saye they will moet "with high sno- 
cvs ; no better combination ever loft Boston." 

Wiblo'e Garden in New York is fast nealing com- 
pletion. Theowaer, Mr. A. T. Stewart. Intent's 
that It shall not remain idle a day alter tbe reen- 
ter esason opens. 

^heN.tionalTbeafre, WashiBgton, opens Sep- 
tember 33d, with Charlotte Thompson and the Va- 
ricttts Theatre Company of New Orleans, who 
will travel up to the time of opening the latt r 
part of October. The'manager has engaged Mrs. 
D P. Bowers and oompany, Lin.-c*d aad company 
and others. Dion Bouoicault and wife will open 
there in Januar/, 
The New York Mercury says : 
Tony Denierleavf son July 21th for Saa Frsn- 
eifCO, Oal, where he com-nencee »n extended en- 
gigemen* atthe Metropnliian Theatre on August 
i&'.b, playinir in " Hompty Dompty." He will take 
with hiro Mire Linda oe Rtiona lor Columbine, a. 
W. Jlaffiin for Harlequin, Joseph M. Sloan for 
Pantaloon, aad bi. trick elepbaat. 

Miss CbarlotteOramptonhas been engaged for 
next season at Boeth'e Theatre. She can aot oaly 
support Edwin Booth In bis roond of Bhaks^erian 
oharaotert but In the event of bis b^ng unable to 
apnear can take any one of the male character*— 
Hamlet, Keylock, Romeo, or any other and per- 
form it better tban most aotora on tbe stage. Miss 
Charlotte Orampton, when she appeared oa Ham- 
let at Haguire's Opera House in this city read tbe 
advice to tbe playsxa with a truer conception of 
the spirit in which that advice was given than we 
have ever eaeu evinced by sny impersoaatar of the 
character before or sinoe. We are gln-1 that this 
talented aotreea after many Btrange vioieeitodes of 
fortune has attained a poaition in which ehe will 
be able to giin appreciation, 
Tbe Theatrical Newssate: 
Onsof tbe most too oh ng incie'entewe know of 
is the refusal of a lltt r O schonl-gTi to dsfine 
' clown," as " a low, vulgar fe'low." For ber ptub- 
bornees the teacher whipped her and kept her de- 
tained in play hoar, bat probably felt eomo te- 
mo s* wheo she found that the littie child b father 
w&b clown in a circus. 

We know who that little echool girl wis. It waa 
pretty Mile Hthpiag Jennie Worrell, who was 
aiioh a nice little girl when efae was in Sau Fran- 
aiaco bat has been and gone aad got married since. 
Ola-n Loui»e Kell'-gg is to return from London 
in Aoguet. 

Levy, tbe cornet-mar, is in the employ of the 
RutBien Czar at a handsome compensation. 

Btransa sailed for Germany 13 b. He is engaged 
ror a ssrie3 of concerts at Badeo, Aug'st 24' a, sad 
subsequently wi:i lead at a aumber of ooncerle 
aad halls at Vienna. Be may be expected again 
in tbie country as soon as his European engage, 
mente permit perhaps dnriag next winter. 

Madame Rodersiorff'a concert party is to con - 
fi t of Alice Falrmao, English :coatr>lto; Alberto 
Randegger, Tberese Liebs, violinist; J. F. Ri- 
dolpheea,bjritot;e;aad George W. Samner, pian- 
ist and director. 

The ZavistoWBki Sistera arrived In New York 
recently,' and are rnral.zlng at a little country 
place they have somewhere in New Jersey. If 
they appetr on the stage again they must learn 
new business, if they cannot lsaro to act. 

•f w. nk A, Howson goes with the Mrs. Jamte A. 
Oatea's Troupe, as musical director, in tbe fall 
and John Howoon has beon engaged as comedian. 

Charlotte Thompson appeared at the Olympic, 
on the .''■ h. New York, in a new piece, entitled 
"One Wife," adapted from Alexander Dumae', 
Jr.'s recent play of "La PriooeBse Gaorgea. 
The New York Mercury Bays ; 
Tne Bohemiai Club ef Saa FraacUco, Cal , 
oouate among its members every roemb r of tbe 
tbeatrior.l and mueioal pr. f easions. It la like tbe 
Lotus, of N. Y., aod extends hospitality to all 
profeteloaalB from tie East. 

This is no- exactly trae. There are a few mem- 
bers of tbe dramatic aad musical profession who 
don't and caa't belong to the Bohemian Club. 
Minnie Monk will travel with loe Jrffereon. 
"The Red Pocket Boot" is tobe produoed at 
the Olympio Theatre, Ntw Yoik.on Sept. 2d. Mr 
Jceepb Prootorhss also Arranged for Mb produc- 
tion at tbe Boston Tbea' re about the earns time; 
also at the Areh-street Theatre, Philadelphia, 
early in Ootcber, ani ia npidlj o; -.ing time for It 
in all the principal theatres of the country. 

Billy Shepp'rd, Ethiopian comedao aod banjo 
performer, died at I'ort Wa?hingtoa Jnly ft'), aod 
waa buried at Woodlawn Cemetery by tbe 3. P. O. 
of Elks. The members of the order who a: tended 
tbe f neral we-e Henry P. O'Nei , OlandeGalde, 
John P. Smnh, Oherlt-y While, Hen Mi»on, Rob- 
ert Martin, T box. as Gaynor. Ge rge Green and 
Johnny Que n. He died of qulclc consumption, 
and for some time past, hasb<-eanmi ted with a 
loss of voice. He went oa the mirstiel stage in 
San Franoisco, wt-ere he became very popular. He 
had performed with many prominent companies, 
and had visited Englend, where be played in Lon- 
don wita Moore & Burgess' MlnetrelB. His last 
appearance In public was at the Tbir.r-fo-.mh- 
etreet Theatre, New York. He had married one of 
tbe Oiinetop sis! era, whom be left, with one child, 
to mourn his demise. 

John H. fitlwjo retained from San Francis-- o 
on the 13th, with Maagie Mitchell. He will be 
manager of the Ohesnnt-Btreefc Theatre, Philadel- 
phia, next season, where E. L. Deavenportwill 
open with a comedy, Sept. 7th. and play in a new 
piece by Augustio Daly, commencing Sept. 9th. 

W miam Horace Lingard and oompmy will ap- 
pear at the Olympic, New York, August 12th, 
September 2d Mr. Sam Oolville will produce "Tbo 
Red Pocket Book." 

For the ntw play wbioh is to be produoed at 
Niblo's Garden, oa its opening, the following ar- 
tist *s have b^en engaged : M'llt. Oorneills d'Anka. 
said to be a remarkable bandBOme woman, and a 
French artiste of great celebrity ; M'lte SalviooL, 
premiere danseaee from Milan, Italy; Roeetts, 
said to be one of tbe finest prima donooa In Eu- 
rope, and the "Pocket Sims Reeves" (Master Hen- 
ry Oollsrd), a dwarf with a phenomenal voice. 

Mrs. Emma Wheattey, mother of Ohae. Wheat- 
lay, and formerly a member of tbe old Park Thea- 
tre company, died recently in New York. 

Mafgie Mitchell haa purchased Mr. McVioker'e 
cottage at Long Branch. It Is valued at S45.000. 
Robert MeWado plajs "Rip Van Winkle" 
Pike '• Optra House, Uinoinmti, in September. 

L. P. Barrett will play "Julius Cssar" through- 
out New England, commencing Sept. 2d. 

Lingard, Alice Dunning and oompany appear at 
the New York Olympio, August 30th, in a oaw 
play entitled "A Life's Dream." Among the oew 
members of Aimee's troupe to appear at this the. 
train tbe Fall are M'lles Bond I, Louise Holland 
aod Joteau, and MM. Jutsan, Nardin, Gabelaad 
Ginet. 

Hot weather is playing the Tory dense with 
theatricals in Brooklyn, L. L The Theatrical 
NewB commenting oa the business done by Sharp- 
ley's MiBstrels at the Park Theatra for the week 
ending July 20th, says: 

JZm^A 1 ™ « be re ? a[ nb*red that the experience 
0f *u.°; D - V°° d «ru,K the six prcvirme week,., 
co it that geEtUman n^rly «>,OOo, notwit^Btand- 
: ' : = .*°,d omitabld ente rpHs* a^a liberality, it -« 



Emerson's M'lnstrali were to commence an en- 
gagement of one week at the Arch- e treat Theatre< 
Philadelphia. August 5th. Ben Ootten is with 
them, aad Anc*y MoGee and Stsve Rogers wera to 
join tfce^'j.h nit. Aiilburn was to rejoin tbem at 
that date. 

Frank Mayo commencad aa engagement la "Tbe 
Streets of New Fork" on the 22d ult. 

Mr. J. Vi. C'Srroll, thi late Bacrcseful manager 
of the Paik TbeaUe, baa been apsWiOvsd ft^jng 
maaager of tbe Brooklyn Theatre. 

Maosger Stetson is in N» w York, making ar- 
Tkngemenre for tbo grand fall opening of the How- 
ard Athesanm, Boston, on Aognet 26tb. 

Mr. Walcolt, agent of Obiatial'a Italian Circus 
was in Obi age on the 25th making arrangements 
for tbe appearance of the troupe at Nixon's Am- 
phitheatre, 

The oextregu'ar dramatic season at the Globe 
Theatre, Boston, will begin Ottober2Ist.. 

Sam Sbarpley's company abruptly disbanded on 
July 20th, hie late speculation having proved a 
decided pecuniary fillers. 

Dan Bryant has olceed bis traveling season with- 
out completing bis engagements 



Wliat dlie«r Jja-axicLry 

Employs no Chinamen, and Bntmid be pat 
roalsM by everybody. * 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to tray & hat Is Thb Hat Btobe, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Eee ruy. The slook Is Immense, the faeh- 
ions are the loteet, and the pikes are the 
lowest. * 

To the TJciortunato 

Pr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
oorner of Commercial EstablUhed In 1854, for 
the treatment of chronic and epeolal com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will make no charge un- 
less he effects a c ore. a 

sViiat Cheer Laundry 
Is tbe best lanndry In San Franolsoo 



Health ana. Pleasure. 

There are not too many plea&nree In Ban 
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, con And one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carriage stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charge? 
are moderate. The moral of the above la; 
go to Frank Bouton at the occidental Hotel 
when you want a carriage. o 



TJSS BEODIE'fl WOHBEAFUX. RHEUMATIC IjNl- 

ment. Then you'll remember me. a 



Horace Greeley. 

Horace Greeley, though careless about his 
hat and coat, is particular as to his linen. He 
wears wt-ll-flt)ing thlrts, such as are made at 
the Fioneee Phtrt MAKtrpAOTOss, a27 Eearny 
street, between Pine and Bush. e 

The Best: Remedies, 
Dr. Perry's Last Ohanoe, for piln. Dr. Per- 

ry's Webfoot PillSj for* all billoua complaints 
J. R. Gates and Oo., oorner Bansome and Cktm- 
meiclal streets, sole agents. • 



Clean Your Walls, 
JameB 0. Seller*, whitner, 31 Second Etreet. 



.iltocother the Best. 

It is curious, but tine, that J. A. Sbaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper ihnn any other 
dealer In this city. Try him and yon will be 
oonvinc d. s 



squarza's Punches 

One of the most famous instltutione of Oall- 
rornisMs Equarza's Punch. It Is found in every 
city, village and mining camp In the State, It 
Is delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of this delightful bever- 
age notifies bis patrons that he hae opened at 
Mo. 317 Eearny tireet, between Pine and Bush 
streets, a Bhanoh of hie old and popular sym; 
posiuxn on TLeldesdoirT street. • 



Sewing loTachlnea for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 136 Post street. Also, Agency for 
Mills's Adjustable Treadle. I.J 



Sam Mwore, 

Formerly of Buss Honse OsuTlEgeB, can be 
found in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southweBt corner B h and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. Oarriaee orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



Baldness can only he Cured 

By using J. Lopez's celebrated Hair Bestora- 
tive, only to be obtained at 722 Montgomery 
street, opposite Metropolitan Theatre, where 
testimonials from respectable authority can be 



To Those who Are Bald. 

Do not fail to call at 218 Bush etreet (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof, Hayden's Hair Restorative. 



A heat. Havasa at MarfiB Wilatnaki's "Bul- 
letin" Cigar Store, northeast corner Bush and 
Eearny, ii a real B»va Nun* oed. * 

a. Pleasant ivocation. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Oentral location, should visit tbe Albambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of roomB to let there 
The building is a van fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated, ^ • 

Dear Mel Bow She Paiatel 

N. B.— Use Dicker's famous Cnxun de Lis 
and they cant ae e it. a 

Do Ton Know 

That with Btjttebios's Patikbks you can cut 
•nd make any garment to fit perfectly T Send 
postage stamp .for an iUustra ted catalogue. H 
A. Demlng, agent, offlr? of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 119 Eearny street, betwsea Butt 3 
»nrt Post. Sen Francisco, ♦ 




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Pianoforte. 



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co. DR. TOZER informs the affircWd that after 
vieltiDRall Ihe HOSPITALS IN LONDON AN1> 
PARIS and spending; one year in the mrrt cele- 
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where he can alwaye be found. DR. TOZER has 
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DU. TOZER dees not imitate the advertUinc 
Qnaobs wbo make it a pr&ctioe to pnbheb false 
sftidavitsand oth«r talse reference^, but refers to 
the moet respect r.b'e cecple in tbe State, whom he 
hnecuREncf dfEesees which ethers have It^ed to 
cure. 

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N. E. oorner Kearny and," Jaekeou Btreefa, 
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SAN 1RANOIBOO. ir'.' '.m 



LADIES, BEAD THIS! 

r\0 NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO EE IM- 
pceed upon anp longer by purcbasiog TTCR 
antAttK.J£K«j which are neilhei durable nor 
prscticaL Before purchasing one, try Graff A Go's 
mahe, and if yon have one already that is not Graff 
& Go's make, throw it away, get a good one, and 
yon will save both time and money. Tbe solf-reg*- 
istering slides of GraS & Go's TUCK MARKER 
are invaluable, and ought to be examted by ell 
lsdiea. F. 8U1TB. 

Bole Agsnt aad Manufaotnrer, 
jyl8 Jm No. 6BO Sacramontn Bt, (op saeirs.) 



TO Xj JEST. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOMS, 

....AT THtt.... 

WEBB HOUSE, 

87 Second street, opposite ©rand Hotel. 

I^BIS HODRE HAS FINE 8DNNY BOOMS, 
with a Restaurant connected; also. Baths, 
with botand cold watM. Tames wishing a quin 
and Belect place wcnld do well to oail una tt» 
them. -.j] 21m 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 

HAYWABDS. 

10KY OAEES PROPR1BTOB 

First-Claiss Hotel. 

jsl5 6m 



J. O. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama tcv..*ie, 

py Terrapin oonetactiy en card. 
Oystere in every style, PRrVATsT 
SUPpEK ROOMS FOB >'£J»nXI}. 
mhSlls 



Philadelphia Restaurant, 

OKAS. V. BEBGOLD, PROPBIBTOB. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISH] 
and most popular Restaurant _ 
San Francieoo. The Tables are sup- 
plied with the beat In market. R"»-^ 
by the week. 408 PINE STREET, jneubora 
Montgomery. mart* 1m 



?fe 



MRS. M. A CUMMINGS, 

MAGNBTIO AND TRANOE HEALING MJE- 
dium. No 816,^ Fo com Slreet. PnblicOir- 
es, Tuesdays, Wedneadaje, and rridais, ai":J0 
M.P. AdmitBion 25 cents. jy22 lm 



J, M. LOANE'S BED UON 
SALOON, 19 Geary street, pear i 
Kearny and Dnpont. aar- The 
cboioest Wines and Liquor* 
English Ale and Porter always 
— _ — >a dranght. You will always find 
OLD L>aVE MilNDES iJualnese Manager, there 
*a attend. »p6 






THE MUSICAL INSTITUTE OK 
MAESa'RU D. SPERANZ& is now 
open f< r donas? and privAte pupils. AdpIv 

sMMAiftMyi^llftft 



THEAThS ROTIS8EB1B* 

T>nponl st., one door sonth off Bee, 
MAEOHAKD ATB OP TH» 
•tiaeerie Restaurant" of it* Teniae 
Orub Proprietor.— The Tvttiet poo** 
:ni with all ihe lielioaoiee of the ssaaoi* 



►I * • t a A « I ' i 



IMPORTER! 
ItHlnrrj Oooda 






"Figar 




FURNISHED ROOMS 

JS »cd 110 r r Month 

WEST END" HOTEL 



»»■ fKlMMOi Moan AT. 1IOHT a. |» 



▼•»• XII. »». IV 



AT PACIFIC HALL 
ORA1VD SERIES 



'tars 



METROPOLITAN THlJLTBl 




ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS MISS ADA GRAY 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



WANTED--A HUSBAND 

inoniT ... 



t tvmmo 



IK-MI INp PDI'IIIK II *ll 



T iat avuuaa rwTTL ri «r 



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'in I Ortvtiiill DfMM ill I 

I mi lli.- 1 r. ii. I, ,,| H, It, -I, .It, 

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W- Louis Schmidt and »r Oscar We;l 

I I all OKftaatra af 40 laetniai 

rl¥ "" DIMM 

Bop the caufornii thkatri " c *~ 

™ * u » a ** ,, »»| oioaui -.io«. .t, i-«arj. .,,.. 

" ' ■ -' " r» ».* < * i.i.ir. er, : p:*.. 

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HIO ITITIH I » ^lUlillbilMMncM 
I WKT. »i.h.r,-.rt 

TTJ1ID4T rvtHIXB ICODIT 8 > » cx.vjrrs. rn.«4 rath.r it..op*.ret.i.e 

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. MI«A ADA OIU1 
I. OWXHWUX 

n»Ri i cx)rrr«ixi 

waui -in- 
run «n 

JOB* WOODARD 

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Baaartsji •*•■• nnr c*«t. am, 

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rtox AA..1 —m at to. U»il MONDAY. Mi a. v. 



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©bit wsor.1 her o*a vej alwaj, to t» well M19S FA>N , 

"HM> VIM MAOOIE afOORZ 

..■eolber ol tbe prioooor .. MM. rRAXR tilA 

HI«I »D« roariai 

HUB ADA DAAVE8 



ACT 1. Trio Trial a In MoAe, HcmiMiccd. 

ACT V*. The Meeting. Prior .,1" -ili-nee. 

ACT Ct. Mndncaa. 

ACT -±. PiirKiilt of tli<» i>nn|rt'i*ouiA Letter. DEATH. 

SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock APA GRAY MATINEE 



SUNDAY EVENING MISS ADA ORAY IN ARTICLE 47 

%S~ rb« elegant Furniture Bete lo tbla Pl»y arc from Ibe Fornllure Botipe of N. P. Ool« A Co. 

A7"Tbf> Flono Diod Id Ihin Tbootre li trom Sbertuoo & Hydo'6, Agents for tbo celebrated Webor PUnoa. 



■ 0»r» will leore the Th^etr* for the MleelOQ AOd N'ortb Beach every ulitht at the close of the porformaDCe. 



U.ii.r.1 .Vitmlolnn A 1 OO , Pnrqnrt SA 

lliru I'lrrle i»n0 Orcbeatrai. Raierrad SeaU... 1 s" Oulti-i'y C.l I tun 

Krh.it. II. .x.. ...lu OO ■ eA-Stata raar be Secared Six Darain advacce.^o 






BLIrlKS A.<D JI.NK-i. 



l^i.nj (lurrrtaoa 



M.illri Dune* .('Arrir I'lnpaiaB 

l'UV£ WHAT APOUTA .. ( II \ ict.l v • i>i( ' 

Mme. G«nr..> -iKif nr. 



Mnf. Oiair-I 
Pemp 



.a**tt Krllr I M«.ia»- Tomrrj Barton 



OoDClDdiruf atllb IbeNonaod Oriaioal Farce ft 

Wanted-- A Husband 

Old blocrmo. FatiiiT to Marirt'M H. Sinclair 

UbM. rrua-drn.,,. j D lov" witi M»nouc H. 0, M»r*S 

D»«n nil 0' Brian, ao Irinb Onnl. , Li. i .McCarthy 

H«rr tlaos von Border, origan, a GumiD. .1 . H. l.nrkir, 

Onadlati Parsooj. a livn Vftukc-o To-umy Barton 

l^aliiia Hhhdv mmi. n n r nijt- minded worn in. .Jsnnio John«ori 

Ah OniniT Chow * lleattit.il l hiLo- Man R 

J^hus UaeSilAi], i v 'I iiar* 

MiaaMariocts iiljcotiie, m lore w. 

Ac net to.... ( ■ ,M.*a i 

tlttiaO, <81oCftme'» Ni«ct.J Marx- Z->fl 

EmBft ' * !sti*i» Kobnon 

IN PR!PARATIUN~A:1 INTENSELY otNSATI^Ul DRAMA 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 

$50, 

■T ... 

LANCASTER'S 

• 17 W11UI.\OT«X HTKEET. 
JflT Ira 'T.raira* Optra Hoaat. 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



flat kulK St*tovai 
■»j»r«, to K*jTIIk BKSI ON I-.XllIKITrO.f. 11. 
LI 1TVZ, Solr Acrat, »« O'Famli atr»at. 
W H.-Pta\nMof allatrlnTO RKKT. mar4 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vi uu i.Ni a trrw, nevaua. 

'yiUH BLEOANT THKATRK HAS BSEN HK- 

I M. dcoorftiad, and can >» rt>Dted hj too atRbl or 
r ■ wnt»k r>ura anl fr»»-linu oimsaaitM 
1 litxrallf trt«iad with on apolioation bf Latin 

jonv pipf:b, 

Mari»i.-«f a-vd aoln Prf>i>H6tor. 
I. II. UrtAHE. 
• »• Waahton'on I'.rMt. ban Frano'co. 



To the Dramat[c Profession. 

T«3B UVDERSIOHtD. WHO HAS BEEW 
orar twtlva raar- ooDnaoMd with *,br> preu of 
Malboarn*. and la well knr.»n or tin- iranbaro of 
to* prof«aaloo in tfce Colonitx, tx>ea to intloiftt* 
' - ■> ■' 'I prepared, to ulre eiparieaoad adfloe t*> 
tul ifer*ona profeaatonally rliltinji or medlteti&K a 
£?" *° th " At*«t'*"»n Ooloalee. Fci moderate. 
PQDct'jali-.j iu dlspatoblof rephea mny bo relied 
■POD. 

WILLIAM HENRY WATERS, 
t UVltttoiia ObAmbvn. *« Uolllaa atraet. Mel- 
wama, Awa»raJU 



MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL. 



Firf*t Btar Lecture 

aV... 
JlU.VWiY F.YF.M\0 .. AfOlST Stli 

7HE.ME-" t =•> I 'i-;--»ftip and MarrU ■ 
matiniiot La: D onlb»iU(j».i 

the cloie. aceo- MBt. Strtctur* of 

Brain, and V iprveeioa cf Face. Chute and bra- 
eDtiflc. A val ji g.veo to tbe baxd> 

aorawatLkdj and ote to tbe ■ glfeat a<-.& Id tbaball. 



Second Star Lecture 

TlFflDAY EVEMSG.iAtGrsT Oth 

"Tbo '.olden Ruin of Pbraieal Life," spiced 
witbadaati at Dii .otbtnc, Climate, 

Exaroiae, Ladii- I . etc. ExamioA- 

tiona of Cbaraetar ut t.. ■} ell a, tojethBr with a 
book to the "faiteat" My and one to ttu Leanest 
to the ball. t 

Xlifrcl *tnr Lecttin^ 

,...o:' 

WEJlVFJtllAY h.\ LMIXG . A.VG. 7lh 

A sraod Deicrlptivj Leoture of the Throat, 
Lungs, Heart aid Appendages: Uaeaaod Abusoi 
of same. Very idi ; lave bomno lif« 

A bit of fan at tbe olora, to all will doep well af or 
leaving the M. L. Hall 



VOUB 

OPERA GLASSES 

PANS 

i wb*r» tbay aro 
made tbo neatest and cheap 

ii, j. M. MICYBB'I, 

jvli lm U .at.Miinery s-rool. 




i Vis 



ffeVTicketafcrtboTbrea Loctarea. 9ltD; Sinnio 
Ticket*, 1 ,rary Hall onaftid 

ntgbta. and at Ituaa Hogs* frtmi now on. Floo 
mntio inaido asd onia de ol iiall : chin music tree 

•arParlora J" and ..-. Bi-.-sH HOUSE, is where 
DR. PAYNE bolda his Examination) and pre- 
scribes. Term* trm it.irro a-t at home— Jl tKl for 
Medical Bxamttti for Phreuolcitical 

Charta.nn. < t.al ExAminatloo. 



Eeduction in Gas 

THE SAX FRANCISCO GAS 
(OUPANY 

UERtbi OIVKS NOTICE THAT TH1 

trotneot Tax of 3> cent, per tbonaaod foot 
hating tiooo raiaO'ed, the price ol Gay oo etrrota 
woicb ate ,ni'.ilteii oy oppoai.ion comtiaoiea will 
be redaced, from and afur tbt- FIRST DAY OF 
AUGUST, to 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other streets the prico will ba reil'icel. from 
same date, to THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTV 
CENTS iS3 M) per Thousand Feet. 

i>OS, O. FA1TI.A1HA, 
j|3°tf Secretary. 




HEMOVAIi. 

Tahoe Billiard Hall, 

rtoni 8«S llontiemvrj, to 

llVo. 417 Kearny street. 

OUaS. t. STONE 4 JAs!jL WHITE, PROPR'B 

•arTlil- fTtjiiunt nilllnrd reanrt t« rnr- 
joiibadwith tbe bnit Bitil rd TeblMaod Htr i- ■ 

1 i la. 1 T .Y'. , ■ ■ i: .'ii-.s' Ilooroa. Patronagaof our 
fnendaaod the public rim cfu nittifirt. )vta 



Frontiere & Bellemere 

M 4 1UFACTURINO JKWK1.PK 

DIAMOIM) BETTERS 

SCoa* Arose and ttutirtir. t niter*. 
|tOe MOHTOOJCEKT ATUK£T, 

Bel. Wasbintton sod Jaikaoe. im 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 

Domestic Economy 






FRENCH MUTUAL PRCVIOEKT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 



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r!IK BEST BEAUTIF1KR 01/ THE 

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For anlo by till 
AM to. 

J. B. GATES A CO., 

Prapiietora, 
for. Snnanne and Commercial ate. 
SOLE AGIwSTS FOR 

, Perry's Last Chance and 
Wobfoot PIHs. Joiotf 

GEORGE MATES 



Dr.Zeile's^ewRussianJurkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

A... fl'CS Paclflc atreel. 

11HK BKST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES 
t»blisbm«nt of tbo kind. riTfiVr in Bf~OQA0 
America, (Jwn»cni«nt and eeparat* Dpartmaata. 
Baibing by .'.team, by Hot Air, and bf Plain Of 
Medical*- Wale re. Sailua Of rooms in he UM 
bruldirjuf (or pflvam pa; i 



TO LOVERS 0FS0r.GM*O SOCIAL ENJOYMENT 
A Select Ft-.*».!\n«.!-i:iiey at tbe 



CHARXKO 




SAtOOH, 



U(\U MIR.S10N ST.. TWO DOORS FROM 
\J\Jll S. :.u:da.y evening. CnaJf 

takenatS:JO:'.M., ahArji. G. V\ lirnwn. Uhalrmaa 

OribbaRO, W&iat, i a en a. iiilliirda, e»ery night 
London Newa. Punch, Uoll's Lift' Clipper, Day's 
nrtincn, O-.li mi.i Figaro on Hie. Tbo beet of Hot 
Pntit'bos and Ln;uo.» mi 

deWtf OIiES, Prorlafor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

CREPT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

lfTI nOn BBAOTIFUL AND INSTRDOT- 

Iv.UuU iv , o pen to the 

Pnblto DAY AN.' UUEKA HALL, 

811* Montgomer alrcuL VOli U£N ONLY.fiS 

air-DB. jQBDAirt tuvi'-EOFyicir.oppoal 
Mnnhfni.-'i-' Fair, «1 1 Oi ar* ptrveL an 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

RELIRF TO niMPPl,! 3.- TVV\ 
Afrr-rt*. . . ■ mg the]? 

naael DR, HALL'S ' OKN ANDg 
BUNION 01 ' i, tod con. I." 

Btorsaiion amo I 

ton. The pa , , no f or 

tc-nipirn ry cent botllf of Dr. 

Hnira Pi 1 ellel ,\a l 

■ , ■ , 
Bunionr). F. RlDhR. Ag 

Dupon' 'its. 



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!OT Bnsh a 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

....AT.,.. 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Oor. Montgomery and Pinostroeta, 

1VPAN A OHINA 
Us., etc. A 
Kl.RY. 



AlHAMBRA 



G HOUSE. 

D ROOMS. SIS' 









■ •<( Well I.Ubted aad Ventilated. 

e a T L-.i-ii In Let. Lodging witb 

HAM BRA BUILDIS'O, 
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'KSSOR TO O. H. 
1 7.et,il OandT M.n- 
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THE J(jTJBNAL »F AH06EMEHTS. 



Published BTSSJ Day in the Year by 
IP. B O O- -A- » 13 T7 S 

Uercbnnt and 535 Wonnlngton 8ti 

Below Montgomery, Sin Francisco. 



MONDAY AUGPHT 5, 1872 



"Th« Child of Poverty." 

Witeon entera on tbe campaign as "the 
child of Poverty." It ie a good word. Ev- 
ery politioal candidate must have a sobri- 
quetand Wilson has choseD "the Child of 
Toverty." Sounds welt, doesn't it? II is 
likely to disarm adversaries. If anyone at- 
tacks Wilson be will cry oat "Yoa jurt qnit 
now. Do yoa know who you're nitohin' iate? 
I'm ' the child of Poverty, ' I am, and you 
ought to bo adbamad of yourself." It's good, 
deoced good. If be had started in as the 
"Natio Cobbler," bt would'nt have done 
half as well, and every editor op- 
posed to him would 'iave aired his Latin by 
quoting " JV> tutor ultra crepidam," "Tbe 
Child of Poverty !" The name inspires 
us, we must drop into poetry: 

Tna tad Child of Poverty aak< yoa to Tote for him ; 

He's riob now. but oaco be win deaoedly poor; 
"Hasn't got education; bit ■pseohee ww wrote 
for him;" 
Bat io speeches he"* eboae when he stood on the 
floor. 
The sfti Onild of Povartj! Poor men osu trast 
to him I 
H« won't pat on airt 'oia>e be'a made a pile; 
All should be willing to blow till they boat for 
him, 
All those who do so will find it worth while. 
Temper the winds to the eid Child of Poverty, 



Oh pshaw? There isn't a word in the 
English language rhymes to " poverty," 
so the whole thiog'd spoiled. Someone 
ought to write au ode to the " Child of Pov- 
erty." Perhaps Joaquin Miller would un- 
dertake tht j job. 

Bosh. 

The Call's amateur critic says: 
D lehanty and Hengler are the perfection 
of aooK-aod-dance men, and are called be- 
fore the curtain six and seven times every 
evening. 

"Called before tbe curtain" is a good 
phrase, but it doesn't do to use it too often 
in describing the performances at the Al- 
bambra, as the curtain only falls once dur- 
ing the performance. Delehanty and Heng- 
ler "are called out" should be the expres- 
sion. Now say "thank yon," and we will 
give yon some more lessons in writing 
dramatic notices. 



Happy Couple. 

Tbe following paragraph id going the 
rounds of the Eastern press: 

A San Franciiico husband refused to buy 
a carriage for his wife, and the lady is try- 
ing to swear him into an infiane asylum in 
consequence. 

We will match it. A San Francisoo wife 
refused to live on laudannm and ber bus- 
band tried to Bwear her Into a lunatic asy- 
lum. 

The Gentile sisters at Salt Salt Lake wear 
ailkB at oburch goings, and flash tbeir dia- 
monds in tbe eyes of their Mormon sisters. 
The female adherents of the prophet don't 
like the contract very much. 



The Freeport Journal says: "Pairs are 
ibuodsnt in this place, and front gates are 

loaded down with them on fine evenings." 

♦ 

The Cleveland Leader mentions as old 
organ-grinder of that city as " a veteran 
suicide inducer." 



An Old Landmark. 

The Yersndah Olgar Store, at the K.E. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Senry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana olgsiB, 
tobacco, oholce meerschaum pipes, etc, i 



tsoo Pairs at Socles, 

it all prirea. ate he what Oheer Laundry, • 

Jblali- J«wc»ij > niude to Order. 

fl. A, Callender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 

Second street, Man Francisco, 



Douglas Jerrold's reputation for instant 
reparlee, if it has occasionally been rivalled, 
has certainly never been surpassed. No 
readier coiner of mots— ringing harmoni- 
ously as of tbs purest gold, and beai iog each 
tbe true guinea stamp — ever scattered more 
affluently thelargees of bis wit among those 
by whom be chanced at any moment to be 
surrounded. Even the victims of his sar- 
casm, if they winced, were exhilarated Who 
oould resist, or seriously, for that mattar, 
wbo could resent, the moat fleering gibe he 
over uttered? His replying— to the man- 
ager's boast as to Lis company— "There's 
Dash, now why, he's been bred upon the 
boards!'' "He looks as if he'd been cot out 
of them." His comment on the enthusiast 
about sheep's heads, wbo, after supper on 
that homely dish, laid down bis knife and 
fork exclaiming, "Well, sheep's head for- 
ever, say II" "There's egotism." His 
esger inquiry when some one, raving about 
au air, dtclared, "Whenever I hear it it car- 
ries me away." "Can nobody whistle it?" 
His answer to Mr. Plancbe's interrogation, 
"Do yon remember my Baroness in 'Ask No 
Questions?' " "Yes, indeed; I don't think I 
ever saw a piece of yours without being 
strnck with your barrenness." His quiet 
pot down of one who majestically interposed 
between two excited disputants, and wbo 
had begun by sayiog to them majestically, 
"Gentlemen, all I want is common sense." 
"Exactly; that is precisely what you do 
want." His adding to an order for a bottle 
of old port, "Notelderport!" His answering a 
tipsy gent wbo stiggered up to him in the 
street with a hiccupped inquiry as to which 
was tbe way to the judge and jury, "Straight 
on, young gentleman; keep exactly in the 
way you're going and you're sure to get 
there!" 

Badly Hurt* 

Not long ago, a gentleman connected with 
one of our railroad corporations, while tak- 
ing a ride through one of our country 
towns, accompanied by an Irish servant, 
bad tbe misfortune to have bis vehicle 
smashed, and himself and |hia companion 
thrown to the ground, by his horse taking 
fright and running away. The gentleman 
was somewhat bruised, bnt not seriously. 
His principal loss was that of bis wig, 
which had been skaken off; and on picking' 
himself up, be found Pat in a much worse 
position, holding on to his bead with tbe 
blood trickling through his fingers, which 
be was surveying with the most ludicrous 
alarm and horror. 

"Well, Patrick," said the employer, "are 
you much hurt?" 

"Hurt, is it? Ah, holy mother, sir, dear, 
do you see tbe top of my bead in my band?" 

Pat, in bis terror and confusion, had mis- 
taken the gentleman's portable head-piece 
for bis own natural soalp, and evidently re- 
garded his last hour as arrived. 



m 



An exchange says: 

Fayetteville, N. .C, is waging legal war 
upon clairvoyant^ astrologers, seventh sons 
and daughters, and fortune-tellers generally 
whom it puniBbes for obtaining money un 
der false pretences. 

There is no doubt but that these people 
people are terrible nuisanceB, and some- 
times do a good deal of harm. A married 
woman goes. to consult one of the fortune 
tellers; she outs the cards and jabbers away 
something In the following style: "You've 
bad trouble with yonr husband about a dark 
man, tbe dark man loves yoa, there's a 
good deal of scandal, and if there isn't any 
cause for it now, there soon will be. Here 
you are, and here's the dark man, he's fol- 
lowing you. Here's your husband, he's in 
•ompany, and here's a fair lady that be 
seems to be following, there's sometbing 
between theni more than you know. of. 
Here you are, and here's water, and here's 
the dark man, he's always near yon, cen't 
stay away," and so on. Now this isn't 
healthy talk at all, and is apt to put bad 
ideas into a foolish woman's bead, and very 
often she works out ber own bad fortune In 
the- manner first suggested to ber by this 
card-cutting fraud. 



10, 000 Useful Articles 



a h n /\ : 

THAN AT AKT OTHER STOKE, 

....AT.... 

VAX SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



McDewfll, show < ard Writer, 

Ready made and anoo to order. 3.E. comer 
Montgomery sud Sacra mento streets. 



Oyster Trac«. 

I be ^jnior trade In California Is assuming 
glgsntlc p-iportJoii* Emerson Corvllle, of the 
S-Jdh B k, (10 Pine attest, furnishes from 
OJ own ov*ter b< dx at 8an Bruno millions of 
oyster* to -.11 o*n>- of be Pselflo Coast. His 
Baatern trauBulsir-d oystere have a fame which 
n .*" extended all .>vrr rhe oontinent, and the 
known •verywhexe. q 



'Saddle Rock" 



Comic Sons 

No more yon need be troubled with flies, 

No more nssd \on use poison — 
Jusr buyyouraelf a Hooeier Trap, 

POpKO lh" fi>Bil! 

Hoo-ier Fly Oaichrr Factory, 240 Sixth street, x, 



.* a *hln g u.-iuriiedln One Day 
tod «<• never dlflaj "'nt, at the What Obeer 
Laundry 

Sanitarium Suit Water Baths. 

O Berk (— Wbj don't yon take Salt Water 
Baths reculi-rly? Tn one to-day, at the "San- 
itarium," foot of Powell street, North Beach. 
Only 25 ct-ws -teMn b-tha 60 oentB, or two 
warm bath Uck>t«. I'bibcozj, & Haqek. x 



**R«»s. elate 

PolKa Mllit ir..." by stadfoldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price 60 Cents. At Grat'8 
Mu. to Store. 62S and 625 Clay atreet. p 

t>r. Oohvrty 

Hae .ie> i his Bttxlj more particularly to 
anionic ibu »pe.clfle practice, and aa snob Is 
now the moat nuocenefnl of any Physician In 
B*n ''rauoisocj. Office 519 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leideadortt * few doors below What 
Ch'-'er Honw.. T 



The Height of Impnttanctt. 

A Paris correspondent relatss a st9ry whioh 
may be taken as an illustration of subline 
impudence. He says that a gentleman walk- 
ing with bis little boy on the banks of the 
river, the child slipped over the bank into 
tbe water, and would certainly bave been 
drowned bnt for tbe courage of a man who 
was fishing, wbo jumped in and saved the 
boy. The father thanked him cordially, but 
asked him if be would add to the obliga* 
tion, as he was already wet through, by 
swimming out for bis son's oap 1 

The Christian View of It! 

A. prisoner In the Tombs wrote on the 
wall of his cell: "In New York City, the 
spires of 342 ohnrohes, worth $41,180,000 
point heavenward. I'm here for stealing a 
loaf of bread for my Btarving child." A 
"christian" would SBy that in a city with 
342 churches, that man had a good chance 
to be taught that it was wrong to steal. 
Three hnndred and forty-two ohurches and 
most likely be had never been to one of 
them. 

» 

Solomon City, Kansas, is a hard place for 
husbands. One day last week five 'wives 
left their better halves withont adienx, and 
went back East to " live with mamma," 



Blatter of Fact Woman, 

A most matter of fact death of a woman 
ia reported in Chicago. She had been eiok 
for some time and feeling better the 
the other morning sent herbnsband to mar- 
ket to purchase sundry articles. On his re- 
turn home she said, "Did yoa get the veal?" 
"Yes," "And the cauliflower?" "Yes." 
"What did you pay for them?" He an- 
swered so much. "That was about right," 
answered tbe prudent wife, then turned her 
face in the bed, and died almost instantane- 
ously. 

Irreverent. 

An Irishman, attending a Quaker meeting, 
heard a friend make the following announce- 
ment; "Brethren and sisters, lam going 
to marry a daughter of the Lord." "Ooh^ 
'nye are! said Pat; "faith, it'll be along 
time before ye see yer father-in-law I" 



ALL KINDS OF 

Mens 11 Clothing, 

THIS AT AIT OTIIJEtt STORE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARN YSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



Pacific Stone Company. 

rpHE PACIFIC STONE COMPANY OiLL 
J- the especial attention of Arcbitecta, Engia- 
eere, and the pnblio in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of the Stone now being mano factored 
by them in this oity under the Ranaome Patent* 
They make to-order and keep in a took : 
Bolldlns Fronts, "Water Pipe, 

Slnlca, Hoaomeati, Fosmtalns, 

Tiles, Copings for Wall*. 

Filter*, etc., etc.. 

Together with Ransome's celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, all of whioh we guarantee superior. 

and at a prioe far below that of hand-eat work. 

■BF-The attention of private parties intending to 
build i« respeotlnlly solicited. -*. t— i 
Office, No. 1Q BUSH STKSET, Sin Franoisoo. 



Greeley will get all the votes in the Trib- 
une office except the man who sets op the 
copy ; be has been waiting for years for a 
diabolical revenge, and now finds his op- 
portunity. 

Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, 
' To look at 'Frisco by gas 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 sesn; 
While mosey atone and pearly Bhell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window Feem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of the sea. 
"Stop," aald my friend, "let's go In here— 
It looks bo nice — and try their cheer." 
"AU 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 nest 
Made bis appearance, asked our wish — 
Bald they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It true. 
And cooked magnificently, too; 
All kiEda of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every Btyle; just think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
The) 'd clam t and orabs sud terrapins ; 
Iu fact, we found they bad within 
That cosy place a U kinds of game. 
Fie h, 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 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 Oyster House, 3S7 Bash atreet, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHARLES HAAEE, Proprietor. 



EVERT KIND OF 



Housekeeping Goods, 



cusxi.s&.Fxm. 



THAN AT AXY OTHER STORE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 
F0AMINB8URF! MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

iPIETIZIHG BBEAKTA8T8, 1UNCHM 
DINNERS AND STJFPEBS. 

BHIS8 TOUB WIFJE! 

BKISfO -rOTTH TAHILT! 

BEIS6 IOBB LADT FHIENDt 

And «njoy a Tie» of ths FINEST OOEAW PANO 
KAMA IN THE WORLD, ,U insist of 

tbe wcrld-rBDOwned 

Golden Grate, 

With a fleet o white-wln«ed messengers eotertv 
from ever? P»rt of the commercial world. 

■s>"New Line Bosses, connecting with Straws 
y* 1 ? ,? fc iSE # Mountain every IS minutes hereaft— 
for the Qhff Honte. Fare 2-5 cents. «■*«*«»- 




ttLIFORM«JEST«URMT 

N OS. BIO, eiS AND «H4 MONT. 
gomery street, near Merchant— 
Ladies Saloon connected with the B«s> 
tanrant. 

BUI oi Fare. 

Ice Cream or Coffee FBEE to 
any perwu Spending *&c 

..withFleh or Rroaets 15c i 

two Emm :::;;:i5c \ 

Thro* KsTsra »9e 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee DSo I 

g. t ^ % ? B ? t0ho P 8 ' withT6 »orOon'ee,..lfio i 

Sirloin Steak, do aw i 

|™^OyeberB,E*w or Stewed, j5o ' 

Bottle of While Wine or Beer .iOo 

Bottle of Claret Wine... 15c 

Piee, Pndding or Cake 5o 

Oat Meal, Mash srOnoked Wheat.... bo 
Oofles. Tss^Ohooolats, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wins ^ 5c 

°>l-» JOHNRBGAN, Proprte&cT 



Fat equestriennes who ride in Rotten 
Row, London, are called by an ungallant 
American " mounted blanc-raange." 

jXotlco to Housekeepers. 

Lsave your ordere at the office, 128 Kearny 
street, the New York Carpet Renovating Co., 
where Mr. Simon Leopold is the manager. He 
will make your osrpets look as new as when 
they were first put down, without taking them 
from the floor or removing the furniture. You 
had better look to your costly carpets. * 



lTo-v Wasnins 

Bhlrts, $1 60 per doz,; email pieces, COo. per 
dos. At the What Oheer Laundry. • 



Oak Poisoning;, 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at »r. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Mssoulo 
Temple. Entrance on Post atreet. No cure, 
no pay. z 

Fliotoamphlc Carus- 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, 3* Third street between Btevenson and 

Hi* sinn streets. y 

• 

It Is Perfectly A-Sionlsrilrist 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Oheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 x.u. returned the same evening If de 
•lred. . x 



i^ever BucKlo Wu*p«naers, 

At $1 per pair— M per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Oheer Laundry. x 

Best Quality of X>o«rsisUxi 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Oheer Laundry i 



A Timely Present, 

At this festive season, a dozen of Sqnarza's ex- 
Qoisitely flavored punches form a most appropriate 
present, tbe egg nog punch saves a great deal of 
trouble, and ia compounded with great skill. Hla 
(amoas symposium is at 20 Uedeadorff. sud ia pre- 
sided over br A. Bona, his worthr successor, u 

— • 

If You Want 

four Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Oheer Laun 
dry. " x 

Or. Barlow «J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 H, at his 
Hygelan Hall, 637 California st* and examines 
patients phrenologlcallyas to health. The best 
snd cheapest place In California for a sick per- 
son to set well. q 



AU KINDS OF 



Toilet Articles, 



oheu3.i»uh. i 



THAI AT AST OTHEK STOKE. 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB ... 

PIANOFOETEjuid SINGING. 

MONS. ALEXANDER WOLQWSKI, THB 
well known Pianist and Vocalist, has the 
nonor.to inform his friends and thepublio of Saa 
Franoisoo that he opens courses for Piano and 
bingiDg, by hla entirely new and simplified sys- 
tem, the shortest: in existence— reading Music ut 
Bight, aocompanimenta of anr soag by a new 
maroh of harmony, as well as the moot thorough 
knowledge of time, by Mons, Wolowski's new in- 
vention, which has created a great sensation iu 
the mueioal world. Indies and genrletnen desi- 
rous to become fine singers or excellent perform- 
a S s ^? '^ ave t ^? ir orders at the Piano Warerooma 
of WM. BADGER. No 13 Saoaame street; or, at 
Modb. W.'a residence, Wo. 4J8B Sutter street, 
jy 31-lw 



VERY HANDY_F0R FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD A*T 

Mission atreet cars take you to No. 3 Second 
street. Kearny, guitar, and Central oars taks 
you to lttl Kearny atreet— 

Our Ttetwo Qtoros, 

WhBre you can be supplied with SHIRTS snd 
kinds of FURNISHING GOODS and TOILS 
ARTICLES at prices lower than moat stores ca 
afford to aelt them for. 
s*~ OaU and satisfy yourselves. 

BENEDICT A CO. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS' 



GO TO 

NOLAN'S 

FOR YOUR 

BOOTS AN1> SHOES. 

Ton can Save from SO Cents to Three 
Dollar* on every pair yon boy. 

Txror Jj £»_iNr, 

11 Third street, near Market. 

«*-Look out for the BIG BOOT. su3 lm 




BARGAINS ! _ BARGAINS ! 

ISO DOZEN HA.XS 

TO BE SOLD 

Belo-w Cost! 

Wlthiu the next thirty days, at 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 

Bjyasint 101 THIRD STREET. 



IMPORTANT TOJiOUSEKEEPERS 

TABLEWARE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of arerj deaoriptioo from whioh tbe silver U 
worn, oao be re-platod in the finest snd moat dar- 
»*><? "snner.t the SAN FRANOISOO GOLD 
ASD SILVER PLATISG WORKS. «»«"» 

•«« MlMlom atreet, bet. New Mention.. 
ery and Third. .mutlm 



EVERT STYLE OF 



FANCY GOODS. 



CE A PER 



THAN AT AST OTHJEtt STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 



THAU AT ASY OTIIEK STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and ssade 
to ORD ER. 

L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Kearny stroet. 



RACINE HOUSE, 

No. 10S3 Kearny St., 

SAN FRANOISOO. 

THB ABOVE HOUSE IS CONVENIENT ^^ 
to all the steamboat landings, business «E=f 



rant plan. OPEN ALL NIGHT. 
ju24 lm J, BIOEESSTAFF, Proprietor. 



I3i-*7-lca.©.taci Notice. 

THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N. El. Cor. Montgomery and Mar kot 
Streets, 

San Fbancisco, July 23d, 1372, 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOAED OF Di- 
rector of this Society, held this day, a divi- 
dend was declared ou all deposits, at tbe rate of 
eight per cent, per annum, for 1 ha naif-year end las 
Jul; 21st, 1872, payable immed lately, snd free of 
Federal tax. 
jy25 2w EDWARD MARTIN Secretary. 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 



o:eexi.cVe»x3x«. 



THAN ALT ANT OTHEK 8TOBF, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET' OPPOSITE PLAZA 



AMATEUR SOCIETIES, AWD THE PKO- 
feaaion general!? —Tbe undersigned begs M 
inform all iu need of PLAY BOOKS and STAN- 



DARD DRAMAS that be ie constantly reosWin 
the Latest Publications from all American snd 
English Houses. Address all orders to R. M.ED- 
WARDS (lateD. E. Appleton h Oo'e). 508 snd 
51© Montgomery street, San Franoisoo. 
Catalogues fomiehed on application. ap lm _ 



IFtJSR IO'V AX-.. 
J. CORIN, TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS BEHOVED FROM OOHNEE OF 80 * 
mer and Montgomery street, to So. ft» 
MONTGOMBEY afKBKT, between Pine an 
Bnab. ooooaite the Raea Honse apt lm. 



Dr. J. H. Tufford. 

PHYSICIAN FOR THE TREATMENT OF 
DiBeaeea of tbe Ear, Threat and Lungs by In- 
halation of Atomized Medicines, the only poaitirs 
ours for Deafness, Oataarh, Bronchitis, Aethma, 
Con sumption, etc. Examination FREE. Olios, 
1S8 Kearny atiest. Office hours from 6 a.m. to 
5 p.m. iu8 lm 



DASHAWAY STABLES, 

if* POST ST., BET. KEARNY I 
snd Dnpont. — Bookaways snd * 



BojrsHn ou tbe moat reasonable terms. 
Ladies' and Gentlemen'* Saddle Horses 
always on hand. Psrtioulsr attention 
paid to Boarding Hones. 



fs27« 



MtNTMMEHY'81 




AT PUTT'S MUSIC HALL 
Grsini Matloee 

Pianoforte Recital 

OK MI"M 

ANNA MEHLIG 

TM 

CELEBRATED PIANISTE 



IflW ALHAMBRA TH1ATR1. 



•mar ixri 



Maguire's California Minstrels! 

Tlio Mnstor Band or tue "World 

TMC COUHIT OF ALL LIVI1C (THIOPIAN COMtOIAN*. 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



Cool Burgess I Ctiarle 



ixxtrton I 



ETERTKO ADOVIT & 

ITU! ITOUI DCIIBS Til IIIL ABD UTtlDiT millMI AT I. 



l'urt I'U-i— - 1 .11 1 .1 t .il.iin.nt n lit 



1 1. .u. 



MAT 



ATOCiT tOtk 



QVE.IVatf-'' J nWi 

AALU. [v- !>>«« k* u • D..» 1*4 A*. 



OWMII-lll'tMl MWHTimiJI 

<~!l»m.Fa IVfTOI 

WILAII HATim 

• AH UCUY 

I 1UIUU 



i i -vooa. r. m 



••-■ . ► tr.t. 

i mr«i>iirft a»d »»»[«• 



t • anracaai * 






Para Fa. 



« .TtCA.1I F ■ 






MABABBB 

P i i h aaaa » ' 1 *'mk-:» aaaaaaaca al I a c at 



»mi*«i"> am noi.i.AK 

a>-Aaau«aa ka aaaaraA ••. B. o H a ana* au tad uiOlu 
. ta F.aV lUBl •H.lr.a • A ■. uir Hula* 
■**M lltk. at PlaU'a Ball. Iraa I A. H. UIP.H. 
laatraaaana 

• ..a. Nat.ic •— st*-aw»T • Piano, atalaaitalj. 



Dr. Puff.tnnr H. Alaaley Scott and MaVfrnlrA's California MlB«tri'l« 



P«ti r4c>e-»nn<l- 



>llo. 



Senator Hart om tfae Darwli Tkeory 



TOMATUS! TOMA.TD8!! 

"L'R'ilM. ADD ATHAH ud OBABLIS SUTTON 
IB >■« AMD nlllll.v.tl. »««M AXD DAICO. 



BALLAD-MmM MISS FANMY GIBSON 



THH3 ARIZONA DIAMONDS ! 

BOB HART, OOOL BURGESS. SAM RICKKY an 1 CHARLES SUTTON. 



iMrSTVSF 



. ORTHUTBA 



Tb* "thole to eooclo(l« with J.C. luwirt'i Original Sketch entitled 

THE BABY ELEPHANT!! 



AVTi'jrr 
mirnnu 

ROM ... 

JACK SHARP, a Soacalator 



.OHARLRS* SUTTON JIM 

HISS FANNY OIBSUN BAM 

HA SUOTTIlIZA JAHB . 



BOB B»RT 

SAH HI' KB? 

ADU KYM..N 

J. KEWP 



PIN fTRCLE 

OKI llHATKA CBUU.. 

rAiQiri 



fbicis or ADMISS10X 



OWE DOLLAR 

FIFTY I'ENTa 

..TWKNTY-rrVJI C'ENXH 



AT* All Bill* again** tbe Alhan.br* Thaalre moat be presented hereafter on Monday. 
Tb* Piano oaed II from tbe boaaa of Kohlei. Obaae A 00.. W3 OlAT atreet. acantl for the MlebrsAed Ohlokerlnt Plato 



affV-ST" to«a H^^. 

A <,r..At Wlrlj. Show K»err Niitht! 

OPERA mirrrt bdrlcsqces. 

KINSTREUr. WKQRO ACTS. 



aeeaaaaaeaf 
OOOILtlj Aiirl COOPER 

' m Arm or mt in. ••"m n writ wi hi. u« 

THIS ETEXtEO ATJOTJtT ft 



OKHAT MUOOEHM 

Tht mniiter «.r sun tnadam 
■roi 



TOMMY MoI,A.ir.HLIN 

TUB JIO riANOIaV 



■■aalalar Graaaal aa4 Taahl.r 



■ • Mat Leroy, the Popular Dtnieat*. 

~5T 



© 

o 

or. 

1 . 

■ s 




m 

IN WIIIOH THE WHOLE OP THIS 

SPIjBWDID TnOUPE 

WILL APPEAR, 

MR. DELSARTTE HIS BEEN EXPRESSLY ENGAGED 

FOR THIS PIECE ONLY. 



ii 

© 



To conclude with 
Characters br tb* Company. 



In ttebeanal.*! a** 

THE MURDER OF THE KLU KLUX KIR! 



AUMMilUN >U Cent* 

KntrADO* to Pnrat* Box** on Sailor street 



IK *eu III I. I.MimiSU IIO I SKA. 



PACIFIC HOUSE/V 



Of (niHBFTrlAl 

IJede*B.«.rsT ate. 



LTMPiCHOUSE, , ';:;;e';r. 

la BALSTOXA OOTRII.L. 



lYIagary & Co., successors to Harvey 1YI. Lockwood & Go. 

ST?XaBOT3I3D AJ3SOHTlJaIEKrx OF 

7?£L I Gents', Boys' and Cliildren's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 

•TONE pniOE. "■>• "31 KBAatlCr RTKEKT. HKTWEE1V HUKII AFI aUTTRB. 



)RGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



....01BCULATE8 IN 



.11 the Theatres', 



ilRJULATED EVERY DAY 

IN TUB TEAR. 

}ENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE CITY 



On the 13 UTg and CARS 



FERNINDEZ & AGUIRRE, 

FA8HI0NAULK H>TTliRH, NO. llfl, POST ^pw 
•troat, D«Er Kooroy. B^B 

JL Fins Auorturnt of llr.ts tuod Cap* M 

CunatiADtly OB haatld. ^^^^^**W 

I •9'UaU m*d* to ordor ood r«DOT*t*d is ttao se*toit atyl*. 



riOHCKR SBOE MANITACTOBT. 




') sod »x*«la* co*d* tnd orloo*. 

•SB £htot *tr*«t, oo* door »oolb of BsosvQ 



ATTENTION ! 

ATTE1VTIC1V ! 
ATTENTION ! 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 

AT THE 

GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 

OF 

G. ABRAHAM 

27, 33 and 35 Second-st., 

AS THE FOLLOWING LIST OF PRIDES WILL PROVEf 

Finr nearer Frock Salt* from S40 to *.>o 

fine Beaver Mack Bait* from SO to 40 

Fine Caiilmcrv Suit* from *5 to 3S 

Fine lleavor Panti from lO t<« 15 

Fine, Oacalmere Pant* from 1 to lO 

Fine Velvet Ve*t* from 8 to 18 

Fine Bilk. Caaalmere, Yeili t to lO 

■EF-REHEHBER THESE GARMENTS ARE ALL MADE 
TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE TO SUIF THE PURCHASER 
AND A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED, OR NO SALE. 
LO 'K OUT FOR YOUR OWN INTERESTS. AND ALSO 
FOR THE BIO SIGN OF 

G. ABRAHAM, 

27, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



**-ALbO, THE LARGEST 8T00K OF BEADY-HADE 
CLOTHING AND GENTS' FDRNI5HING GOODS IB THE 
OITY, AT EQUALLY LOW PBIOES. 

C. ABRAHAM, 

33 and 30 Second street. 



BALDWIN'S 

DAIRY BUTTER 

sfNoni r»nnio» anUit* prooar*d from thaSol* 
Agent. Fl B. TKKWILHOKP, SUlix SO and SI 
W-Kiitogron Market, L. K BALDWIN. 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
Was cured by 

33X1. MrrXjXjBR, Br, 

in ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific street. 



REFERENCES. 

Jui. 0. Not.man. V*<\ . «x-0hief Englaeer, 714 
1ft ashlnift'-'n street- Obroaic Brooobtlie. 

Kobort Neim&D. 724 Gr«e'>wiub *.tr«at— Aotbms. 

('harlcs Lessar. la « baok drlrer, eor. Geary und 
Mark at fltreota— P.iralygis 

J. H. Olarka, lata Hoaltb Iaspootor— Deafneas of 
long HtAEdiug. 



ANOTHER PROOF-I, THE UNDKRSTGN- 
ad. take oU .■mum io informiofr i.tia pubflo that 
I bare been cured of parnlysls of ovrr olne rears' 
atandlnir by DR. MULLER. SR.. No. 30S Mont- 
Romury atreet. (^igood) 

GEO. 8ITERS0N, 
Oarpentar and Builder, iii'i Clementina atreet. be- 
twaaaTbi-d and Found. 



The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Louis, 

333T- 3aPjfiL"5aTlVE3 

IS NOW AT HIS PRIVATE PARLORS 8T 
and 3S Kuhi Uoase, ready to wait oo Gentle- 
men. L'OtareBat Mercantile Library Hall again 
next week. jj31 lm 



DR. ALBERT MORTON. 

LATE OF BOSTON. MAGRTETIO HEALER.- 
Dr. M. has been highly Haoceaaful In treating 
Paralysis, Deafness Debility, and IofUmiiiatory 
Diaeasen, aoat* or chronic of all the organ* of 
tbe body. Diitaaea of Ladies treated with tbe 
utmost aelioaoy. 

MRS. ALBERT MORTON, CLAIRVOYANT 
MEDMAL AND BUblNESS MEDIUM, AND 
PSVOHOMKTRIST. 

Clairvoyant. *xamiiiat.lone for diaaai* in person, 
or from batr. Spirit oommaoiostion* Payobo- 
metriaal readings of ehiraotor from letters, and 
analysis of ores. 

Mrs. Morton'* Guide* hav* beer *ery anooersful 
in di -acting many of tbe leading aitizens of Bo* ton 
in Medical, Lagal and Business matters. Hoar* 
from 9 a.m. tolt P.M. 

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MONDAY. AUGUST 5, 1872 



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AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Metropolitan Th««tw. 

Tc-nigbt, Miss Ada Gr»ir will make her first ap- 
pearance Id California h» the laat New York een- 
setloa SBtHM"AfUoIjfl." The play is in four 
sou, tbo dory ia exciting, fetid i he character of 
Con Delanald afford* much opDerino.tr for goo4 
acne jr. Hi» Ada Gray will ba snpportsd by W. J. 
Cofftawell, Hirry Cooium*. W. Siaama, Misa 
Fanay Yoooc, Hiaa Msjrgle Moore and othara of 
t ha Metropolitan Theatre company. Tbs forni- 
1 ore fn Iba draariac room .- ctnet is from the borne 
of N. P. Colo 4 Co. 
Alhambra Theatre. 

Simmon* A Slocum's Minilrfls b«»e departed, 
end now Majrulre'sCiliforDi* Mioitrsls take the 
Bald. All meat conies* tbat tbia !■ 'a brilliant 
combination, comprtsiD* ee itdoea Bob Bart, ona 
of the aioat famona Ethiopian comedians In tbe 
world, »fco will make bia drat appearance in Cali- 
fornia to-night: Dalabaaty and Hsngltr, [tbe 
great aoDg-and-dance Imeu ; Cool Burgees, Ui 
moat original of comedians; CD axles Button 
liTelieat of ead moa and clerer la general baak- 
neia; Add Ryman, atage manager, and bare, thtre 
aad everywhere act*. Btnmp speeches, ate. ; Bam 
Riokey, tbe California comedian, asd comical of 
barnt cork cbaracter aotora; H. Ainaley Scott, 
flnc baaa ainger and general actor; J. 6. Knaceil, 
the flneat bar. tons Id tbe minstrel profession; 
Willie Herts pleating in popular ballade, and Ust 
thoagb not lent tbe favorite prima donna of 
many a burnt oerk ojwraboaffe and alwaya popu- 
Ur balladirt, afita Fanny Gibroc. Tbeie and 
others will appear to-night in tbe capital bill 
given on onr first page. 
Bella Union. 

Tbe revival of the Reynold* Brothers' most or- 
iginal act of "Tbe Happy Hott«nlote",was a good 
ldta aa was proved by tbe shouts of laughter and 
appleatc it drew m Saturday night and again 
laatnlgbu J. H. Larkmand Carrie Armstrong 
madoa bit in their new Dutch act; Mr. and Mr.. 
Charles Coriall, H. Sinclair and J. B. Larkin 
earned macb amusement ia tbe firoe of "Blinks 
and Jinks:" the new play of "Wanted a Husband" 
was (jmte u eucoi-EE, and .-.! together ice new bill 
gave general sat. (taction and will dnw crowded 
boaeee. 
American Theatre. 

'TheMiiliaar of San Francises" has proved a 

papular bit. It will bi presented tbia evening 

'b a varied programme of e ngs and dances, and 

the mQrM 4'* m * «' " Tb e Drunkard.-' will also be 

played. 

"•tlatii., Library "tfaii. 

Dr. Payne, professor of phrenology and a phil- 
osophical aiodent of nature, will d.lirer the first 
ol a series of lectures a>. Mercantile Library Ball 
thlaeeening. Tbe aubiect will be 'Lore, Oourt- 
afaip and Marriage," , with illuatr.it iooe of well 
matched and M-matoaed ooaplea. Dr. Pajne's 
lectares are decidedly popular, combining amute- 
meot and lnstrnction. 
Pittno-Forto Recital. 

The delightful planiate, Miss Anna Hehllg, will 
give a piano- forta recital at Piatt's Ball, on Bat> 
nrdayatiP. M. A fine piogramme will be per- 
formed. Beats can be secured on Friday without 
extra charge. Oh as, FriUcta has tbe management 
of this aa of tbe other Yetlig concerts. 
City Gar/dent, -35! 

The German musical fe.tivil was well attended 
yeaterday. Next Sunday the Germania Rifles, 
Stinben Goardaud Ran Francisco Fuiileera Will 
bold a grand united ft, >tivnl at these garden?. 
WooUward'a Gardens. >BVV < 

An^mmeosu crowd visited these beautifa) Gnr- 
deos yeaterday, whoa the famous Bmslay Family 
ritjouueed to matte their first appearnco in 
seven years. Thero could not have bee u leas than 
eight thousand people In and about the mammoth 
Pavilion at tbt ■■rmivnco was going 

on. Tbe programme wi well carried out. Aa- 
gost and Joauuiu Bnlplay tave tbe tit cat perform- 
ance on tbe trapaz»eT^r witaessed in this city 
Etleone Baislay and two -ons, one* little mite of 
seemingly throo yearn old, did some acrobatic 
feate, and then Frudrica rhmlay, looking very at- 
traetivo in bin* eatin and silver fringe, gave a 
graceful performance on the trapeze. The thrll- 
1 ag exhibition of "Tbo Spiral Mountain and as- 
' tending Glob*,'' by Ktienae Boislay. concluded 
theeatertatnmeat ia the Pavilion, and tbe Im- 
mense croud flocked to tbe ampbltbeatro to wit- 
ness a balloon ajcsnaiou by August Bulslay, tie 
heio of a hundred flights. We have always Insis- 
ted tbat tbe climate cf San Fraocisoo is delightful 
but wo must ojofcsB that It is bod— for balloons. 
It Is next to impossible to send op a Motmoltler 
balloon oo this aide of the b*y late in the after- 
oood, thebifh wind tilting it over and letting 
tbe hot air out. The was t ho ease yesterday af- 
ternoon. Next Sunday tbe balloea w.ll he H led at 
two o'clock, before the wind t>pring& up, aud an aa- 
oeaiion will doubtleai be aucccssfally ac- 
complished. Even without a balloon ascension all 
present yesterday? most confess that they had 
twice the worth of their money. 
George Fruncla Train. 

George Francis Train, "n..»it President of Amer- 
ica," will viait ban Francisco next weok, '*oo hia 
way to tho White house," and will hold maaa 
m lotiogs at Magolre's Opera Hovee. As there- Is 
mora sound aenee as well aa aea?ation id Train's 
lectures than la gennrilly hoard is political 
speeches, thousands will go tohear him. 
Simmon tfi Slocnrn 1 * 3Iln«trelg. 

SissmooaA Slocum'a Minstrels, fifteen in num- 
ber, :i(t*r concluding a highly enocessfu) engage- 
ment of ten weeks at the Alhambra, in this city, 
left this morning for Philadelphia, via Niagara and 
Erie Railway. Messrs. Simmons, Slocum, and 
the other mt-mhora of tbe oitmpaay gained nosts 
of friends, hoth off and on tbe ita^e, daricg their 
iborteojoum in this city. 
TeitlntoniaL 
Ou Batardav, Saut Wetherill, tbe maoager of the 
Alhambra Th*itro, was prejeuted with a pair of 
aleeva buttons by the memtw-s of Simmooa* Slo- 
oum's Miu»-.reli ns a token of bis many kindDes&ea 
■n them. The buttons are of California gold 
aoam; The Call's crlUo calls thrfm "soiltaire 
Me ve buttons," but then he tuioks 
msausgold naartJe. 

ANaTr- cvl Mc5 E Tjx^.0ne cf thoTmost 

complet. Elections of the kind in tho United 
States, comprising hundreds of coatly and bean- 
Ufulwax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at thf Musaom. on Montgomery street. An 
b'jor may b« orrduhlj 4tM»ai. bur*. 

A beat, B .vah* at ^lar*. WUxlnaki'a "Bul- 
Mln" Cigar Store, nottheast comer Bush and 
Eearny, is a teal Havana. Suflf ced. • 



TIME THEATRICAL M7PEK. 

NotloDgsiace " The Undergraduftt*" wae 
played before aa audience largely composed 
of yoaDg gentlemen from Cambridge and 
Oxford, who resented tbe slightest depar- 
ture from what they considered the actual 
life at Alma Mater. It is very difficult to 
get supers at a few shillings a week to rep- 
resent with much exactness tbe dona in an 
Engliih University, and so the piece was 
"damned" there and then, and withdrawn 
from the stage. The super it a peculiar in- 
stitution, like unto ex-American slavery. 
With bim salary is literally no object, it is 
so small. The manager cannot be expected 
to come down handsomely for an employee 
who has a mere half-hour's actual work or 
play. Therefore it happens that the super 
divides bis usefulness between tbe mimic 
and the actual, eking ont a limid existence 
on mininum receipts. Cities only are his 
abiding places, for the minor towns oannot 
afford him at all except as he is improvised ; 
and if now and then a super strays beyond 
tbe area governed by a city ordinance, bis 
senseB are regaled by a new revelation of 
the wondrous possibilities in -trees, fields, 
rivers, mountains and barns. He is not 
long in bis business ; in time he advances 
to a " pari," or sprout* off into new employ- 
ment, leaving room for others to fill and be 
received with discouraging cries of " supe," 
"Romeo," " soldier," etc. 

The life of & super is little varied, albeit 
be is in tbe same evening perhaps a peasant 
of France and a Roman soldier, a follower 
of Pizarro, or an fdherent of Richard ill. 
He has, as it were, a front Beat at all guod 
aoting, and a back seat in real living on his 
"few shillings a *eek." But what thrilis 
the auditorium, calling forth plaudits, seems 
terribly commonplace to the super. As one 
of Jack Cade's bondsmen, Hare Antony's 
audience, Lydia Thompson's crowd of re- 
tainers, or in the changing Bplendors of 
"fioi Carotte," h9 has ever a part to do, a 
cue to watch, a "few shillings" to earn. 

His lesson, like that of all mortals, is that 
of patience, only that he must commit and 
practice it in a pre-eminent degree. The 
gibes and scurrility of juveniles and adoles- 
cents must not disturb the equanimity of 
his mind, and he must maintain an outward 
seeming which ie childlike and bland, al- 
though internally smarting under the often 
well put sallies of the coarser of those who 
see but never hear bim. This nightly les- 
son impresses iteelf iu his daily walk and 
conversation, rendering the super quiet, for- 
giving, long-suffering, belpleBE. 



Old. E3stttbllSl\9a Merit, 

The oldest established Shirt msnutsctory and 
the b«Bt io the city la the PIOFEEL SHIRT 
MANUFACTORY, 327 Seamy street, between 
Pine and Bush, Everything in the way of gen- 
tlemen'B furnishing goods at the- lowest pnceB. 



In Place of a Club Room. 

There are social clubs in San Francis o, but 
they are of an eichmve character, and It Is 
not In their rooms that the wits and good fel- 
lows about town most do congregate. The Lick 
House Saloon Is more like a club room than 
anything else. It was always beautiful, and 
the late improvements have made it perfectly 
gorgeous. The walls have been beautifully 
frescoed, a magnifhent velvet carpet imported 
directly from Brussels has been laid dnwn, and 
the artistic carvings executed in California lau- 
rol, tho costly gl&ss and silver ware, the mir- 
rors and statues, give this symposium a mont 
brilliant appearance. The wines and liquors 
are the very rarest and bp*t, and Messrs. Pon- 
tee 4: Lewis understand their business so w.11 
that evevyone feelB at hom*-. TV L 1 ' 
Saloon is one of the lostltu'ioua of 6an Erau- 
citco, aud should be fieen oy all. n 



Altogether the Best. 

It is cnrioup, hut tine, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market Etreet, near Third, should tell fur- 
niture aud bidding cheaper tbnn any o'.her 
dealer In this city, try him and you will be 
oonvinC'.d. v. 

SquarzaN Punt-uvb. 

One of the most famous institutions of Cali- 
fornia Is Squarza'a Punch. It Is found iu every 
city, village and mining camp in the State. It 
Is delicious, wholescue and uulihe anything 
else. Tbe proprietor of bis delightful bever- 
age notifies his patrons that he has opened at 
No. 317 Eearny street, between Pine and Bosh 
streets, a Branch of bis old and popular sym- 
posium on LeldesaoTtf street, * 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a bat is Tbb Hat Btobb, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny. The slock if lffiBif-ns«, the fash, 
lona are the latest, and the prices are the 
lowest. * 

To trie Unfortunate 

Dr. Glbbon'a Diapen»iry, 628 Ecarney street 
corner of Commercial, tetabli-hed in 1854, for 
the treatment of chronic and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will maxo no charge un- 
less he effects a cure. d 

What Cheer JLiiLunciry 

Ia the best lanudry in Ban Fn 



Health una Pleesiiro. 

There are not too many pleMUDM In Ban 
Francisco. Nothing Is more ple&raut . nothing 
more health-giving tb^c a drive Into toe coun- 
try now and then. Thoie who a i . o! affor.I to 

xeep a carriage of ' 

equal in elegante f 

at the Occident, in 

ton has there, and at : ..- 
street, cerr.ng^s of ever: 

drivers ire cwernl and exn r 

are modprste\ *flRl\ c - f " 

goto F- . 

When yrru -f .ut a carruge. 

TJar: Ukopic"? Woyo^:.: 
mbst. Thee yon'Il r*3. 

Car ami Steamer \ eVa A , 

A. Kroiieer.ij, the daws agei 
Capital a L < 

lttendlng to tbe dafly fllstrtbrjUorj t 
among th? paeseagera thereon, snpi 
with ths latest ^iL Franc ■ 

■ ■ 
it Ban Fr n 



THE LOVER'S PARAGON. 

Jnat fair enough to be pretty, 

Jnst gentle enough to be sweet, 
Juat saucy enough to be witty. 

Just d'-luty enough to be neat, 
Juat tall enough to he graceful, 

Just alight enough for a fay, 
Juat dreaa enough to be tasteful. 

Just merry enough to be gay. 

fast tears enough to be tender, 

Just aigbs enough to be aad, 
Tones aad enoueh to remember. 

Tour heart through their cadence made glad, 
Jnst meek enough for Bubmlaslop, 

Just bold enough to be brave, 
Just pride enough for ambition, 

Just thoughtful enough to be grave. 

A tongue that can talk wi'hout harming, 

Just mlbcblef enough to tease, *■ . 
Manners ploasant enough to be charming, 

Tbat put you at once at your ease, 
Dlidala to put down presumption. "law 

Sarcasm to anewer a fool' 
Cool contempt enough shown to assumption, 

Proper dignity always the rule. 

Flights of fair fancy etherlal, 

Devotion to silence full paid, 
Bluff of the sort of material 

That really g^od housewives are made. 
Generous enough and kind-hearted, 

Pure bb the angels above— 
Oh : from her may I never be parted, 

For such is the maiden I love. 



A Modern Irlrlxxotte. 

The "heir-apparent to the Emperor of 
Morocco" is in trouble. He came to Paris 
in 1867, and was reputed to be wealthy ; by 
some means he became acquainted with the 
clergy, who introduced him into tho fashion- 
able society of the Faubourg St. Germain. 
Here he won the heart of a baroness with a 
fortune of two million of francs and an hon- 
ored name. They were married, and lived 
happy, until one day when tbe prince was 
leaving his mansion with his wife for a pro- 
menade, a policeman on his beat stopped, 
exclaiming, "Joly, my boy, how are you!" 
putting out his hand for a shake. His High- 
ness was shocked, but tbe Blue concluding 
that something was wrong, insisted on his 
friend Joly explaining, when fhe deception 
was discovered. He is now being tried, and 
strangest. of all, bis wife lovc-s him and be- 
lieveB him to be a real prince, aad not an, 

os-detective. 

— ^. 

Theodore Tilton sayB in bis paper : "Save 
me from a God who damns." An acquaint- 
ance replies : "We would like to do it, my 
boy, but the thing is impossible." 



Sewing Machine! for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post afreet. Also, Agency for 
Mills's Adjustable Treadle. x j 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Suss House Carriages, can be 
found In trout of Coleman Bros, clothing ee- 
tabllBhmenr, southwest corner u h and Mont* 
gomery sta, or Dexter Stable?, Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



Live "Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding 1b the causeof many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash. 
ingto b treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy. Henry 
Bocken, wbo has catered for the public since 
849, provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout. Salmagundi soun, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The beet cup of tea In the 
ci^y — ELglieh breakfast tea — Bouchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can v e obtained here. B 



Foreign anil Domestic Dines. 

Aeeayere, Bakers, Confectioners, Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, and all manufacturers needing drug. 
gixt'B art ults will 11 nd it to their advantage to 
ei-iuintihe tash price list of Btroh, Schmidt 
& Co., importers, (encce.frorstoBm:.*- Schmidt) 
£35 Commercial St.. one door telow Montgom- 
ery. Agen.s for Horton's Tobacco AJividote. n 



Hew Style Jewelry. 

Strangers and others contemplating making 
purchases of Jewelry should Inspect A. Hirsch- 
man'B elegant etook of new styieBof jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 Kearny Btreet, 
between Sutter and Post. Everything at loweBt 
cash rated. F 

Tl\o Best Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr, Per- 
ry's Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints 
J. B. Qates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. * 

.".'LuuvoTisi.- Madame Clara Antonfa, the 
clairvoyant. Independent Trance Medium. 
Office, 420 Eearny Street. Consultations rn 
English, French and German. q 



Removal, 

XeweU's Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
,rj Immense business for the past year though 
bidden away up two flights of stalrB, Now it 
has come out In lull view of everyone and is es 
tabllshod at 130 Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is now fust monopolizing 
all the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
trtitr;* at low prices, and Newcll's shirts cover 
ihe manly breasts of our best citizens, 



Good Things, 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, lus- 
ciuiie and piquacte, &re Invited to call In at 33C 
Bush street, nearly opposite tbe Alhambra The 
atre, and try Jones & Bcbroeder's celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 m. to 12 at night, a* 



The Old Oyster Houue. 

i i laBteJg&t years Th" Bivilvp kept by W 

<-■* street, has been the fashionable 

o ^;or fcoase of San Francisco. Tbe private rooms 

•I podu1*<* for we'Jdinir partipn and 

te ihffli res call at the Bi- 

ViiiToibree doors ueair Kearoy lor your oysters 



Mel Bcw S - r j ai ts! 

famous Ceeme de Lib 
a 



r s Bald. 
I1G Bush BtreM (Uercan 
1 , tain a bottle of 

- ore ive, f 

-ud Btreet. 



T*rie Laurel Palace. 

In London and Paris are many beautiful sa- 
loons where wines and other liquid refresh- 
ments are dispensed. Search these cities 
through and It is doubtful whether you could 
find one equalling in beauty, tasteful adorn- 
ment and elegance tbe Laurel Palace, just 
completed by Mr. George Eahman, at the north- 
west corner of Bush and £earny streets. No- 
thing like it has ever been e&en, never was such 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
interior is fltttd-up throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on all sides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed In the most artlstle man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, flxgs, and 
clusters of flowers being mervela of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality in keeping with the costliness of the 
saloon. Everything ia the best that money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, the choicest 
brandies, and the very best brands of domestic 
spirits may be found here. A spacious cellar 
runs under the saloon, and here are stored, in 
uern, liquors ana wines In tbe wood. The 
Laurel Palace will be a favorite resort for those 
seeking refreshment after the theatre and be- 
tween the acts, and will be famous as a reliable 
place for the purchase of family stores, in tbe 
way of wines and liquors. j 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne building is a very fine one and Is well 
lighted and ventilated. • 

Do Ton Know 

That with Btjttkkiox's Pammrs yon can cut 
tnd make any garment to fit perfectly I Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Doming, agent. oEce of the Howe Sewing 
Uaohlue, No. 113 Kearny street, between Butt » 
»nfl Post. Han FranciBCo. ■ 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bookaellera and Htatlonera. 

H. H. Moore, 605 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Butcher*. 
LumBdeo. John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Sutter street aide 
Katr. Fred, Stalta M to 100. California Market, 

Bran Foauderle*. 
Weed A Kinewell, California, 125 First at 

Clothing (Be tail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, cor. Pine. 

French Fancy Good*. 
Looan & Co.. 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter, 

llnmrtn flair. 
Sampson, A. B. & Co.. 110 Second street. 

Hoop nod Cornet Munufuctttrer. 
M. Freud, SB Second St., Wholesale and Retail. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W. , (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 

MeoanxtlCH* TooIb. 
V. Qaigley, Manufacturer, 914 Market St. (Spirit 
Levels m^dc and repaired.) 

Blllllnery Good! (wholeeale). 
Haker.W. & Hinz.5and 7 Sutter, end 506 Market 

MqiIc nod Mmlcul Instrument*. 
Keene, O. C, rai'tr. accordiana, repairer of all kindi 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Mocearool ajanufaclarera, 
Brignardello, Macchiavello & Oo., 706 Saosome. 

News and Stationery Stand. 
A, F. Palton, Stationery and Boolre, 600 Market t. 

Oyster* (Importers and wholeeale.). 
Doane A Co., No. 32 California Market. 

Saloons. 
" Banks o'O'yde Saloon," 567 Market street. 

Sewing Machines, 
vv iUcoi A Gibos, S. M. Oo., 113 Poet it 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery 

'Wines and L!qnon (wholesale). 
Daneri F. A Co.. 5U4 Front. 

Whltener. 
James C. Sellers, No. 31 Second etreet. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

IV. E. eor. iTaeBLson and Kearsy st*. 

T^?»^?? A JL^ RADI0AT OR OF BPBfJIAIi. 
OOMPLAINT8, formerly ol Lock Bospital 
London, and the lust twelve years of San Francis- 
co. DR. TOZER informs tbe afflicted that after 
visiting all the HOSPITALS IN LONDON AJrr> 
PARIS and spending one year in the most cele- 
bratad Hospital in London, tbe LOOK, he has re- 
opened his old Medical Institute at tbe old stand 
where he can always be found. DR. TOZBB has 
for forty years met with unparalleled success in the 
treatment of di&eaae generally known as CHRON- 
IC AND SPECIAL COMPLAINTS. DR. TOZER 
is in every was responsible, binding himself to 
effect a permanent cufcE, or making no charges 
Those who cannot afford to pay for advice and 
medicine will be charged for medicine only. THE 
MONTHLY RESTORATIVE PILLS, never 'knowi 
to fail In giving reiitf in c«9es for which they are 
reccommended, are to be obtained only at my 
office. Price $5 per box. Full direction on each 
box. sent by Ezp:sss or otherwise. 

DR. TOZER dees not imitate the advertiiing 
Qnaoks who make it a practice to publish false 
affidavits and othnr false references, but refers to'- 
the most respectable people in tbo State, whom he 
has cubed of diseases which others have failed to 
cure. 

„ „ JMK. CHAS. H. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Eearny and] Jackson streets, 
«Bjl2tf Ban Fmnclw. 

The Two 
":-30T SCOTOB^a," 

IS Morton street, near Kearny, 

....Aim.... 

138 Salter street, 1 door below Kearny 

All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c. 

HOT JLUNCII EVEKT NIGHT. 

English AJe on Draught 

PBLDMANJf <fe HKIG09. 



KTOTIOE 

TO TftX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 

ASSESSMENTS. 



DUBLIC \OTICE 19 HEREBY 

called to the following redactions— oh 

rich men's properly— made liy the Board 

of Supervisors now in session us a 

*' Hoard of Initialization," taken from 

he Evening Balletln of Honday« July 

3Sd, 19? 3: 

Bank of California Building, from $125,000 to 
$85,000. 
w. A. Maoondray. lot on Sanaome street, from 

?85,fiUt) to §(13,000. 

E. W. Burr, lots and buildings in Twelfth Dis- 
trict, from $17J.SIj0 to §126.000. 

Deuois Slab on -y. lots on Pacific, Larkin and 
Jackson streets, §4-1,000 to 333,000. 

D. Mahouey, b " * 
Btroeta,S'20 t 0(i0to . . 

Goddurd & Oo., bnildinirs occupied by Pacific 
Iron Wirtts, First Street, §3'J,0<HI to §'20,0(10. 

Rudolph Jordan, the oil Hipper Restaurant 
bnildiDd, Washington street, g2',ti0t> to $12,000. 

Rudolph Jordan, lot SOxlOti, §2J,0D0 to §12,000. 

Roberc Watt, building, §26,000 o $14,000, 

H. D. Coeswe-Il, two-story brick building and 
basement, S0i&). northeast corner of Clark and 
Front strests. $20.00o to §'5.01)0, 

Etc., etc., etc-., etc. 

Let any poor man compare the redac- 
tions made above on the property of 
these wealthy citizens with that made 
on his own little homestead— If the Hoard 
deigned to make any— and remember that 
these men are mostly chronic office seek 
ers. and will be snre to be Dp for some 
office at the next election. Ia there any 
any poor man who would vote far them 
again far Supervisors, to give them an 
opportunity to form another Hoard of 
2v*in<illziUlou-fnr the lllch. 

il^tt A. O 8. 



CANDIES. 

A IA ' BXVDS OE THE FINEST CANDY 
made at oar Steam Dandy Factory daily. All 

order;, especially frcm tba country, are solicits*' 
and yriuba promptly if. coded to. 

CA.NTY A WAGNER, 
lOT Montgomery st., near Butter 



MRS. UPHAM HENDEE, 

CLAIRVOYANT AND MAGNETIC PHTSb 
•* OIAN, Rooms ai4 Bush street. Room 49. 
Oiliua QO'iis from Hi to 12 and 2 to 4 PUBLIC 
SEANOES Thursday and Saturday eveninge; also 
eittioEe fir buHiDeaa. iol'i lm 



Bai? Sugar 

C10R SI - .' KEiRNY STREET. AT 
■\ MEF.-'. i yvery kind of Candies. 

Wholes;;. _ 

. '.If.KCEB, 



Waat Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Ohlnamen, and should be pat 
ronlzed by everybody. • 



MARKS WILZINSKI. 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

DEALER IN 

Uayana Cigars and Tobacco, 

NORTHEAST CORNER OF 
11 US II AM) KEAEKY STBEtTS, 
SAN iRANOISOO. jyiSlm 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

JJO NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE IM- 
posed upon any longer by nurcnaairg TtCK 
MAKKEB8 which are neither durable nor 
practical. Before purchasing one, try Graff A Co'3 
make, and if yon have one already that te not Graff 
A Co s make, throw it away, get a good one. i 
you will save both time and mo'ney. The self-rei 
istering slides of Graff A Go's TUCK MARK 
are invaluable, and ought to be exatrined by ■ 
ladies. F. SMITH. 

Sole Agent aad Manufacturer. 
jylS.lm No. 036 Sacramento st. (up aiaira.) 



FURNISHED SUITS~0R SINGLE ROOMS. 

...AT THE..,. 

WEBB HOUSE, 

37 Second street, opposite Grand Hotel. 

THIS HOUSE HAS FINE SUNNY ROOMS, 
with a Restaurant connected: also. Baths, 
withbotend cold w*ler. Parties wiehing ft quiet 
and select place would do well to call and see 
them. j j 121m 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

HAYWARDS. 

TONY OAKES PROPRIETOR^ 

First-Class Hotel. 

jsl.i Urn 



t. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama stx. e ta> 

*• Terrapin oonstantly on Casd. 
Oysters In erery style. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOB PARTI^B. 
mh311m 



Philadelphia Restaurant, 

OHA8. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
and most popular Restaurant ir 
Ban Francisco.. The Tables Are eap 



m. 



lied with the beBt in market. Board- 

y the week. 408 PINE STREET, juatabov* 

lontgomery. m&r2a lm 



MRS. M. A CUMMINGS, 

MAGNETIC AND TRANOE HEALING MB* 
dium. No846!£ Fotom street. PublicOfr- 
ea, Tuesdays, Weanesdays, and Fridays 
M.P. Admitsion 2.5 coats. jj22 lm 



J. M. LOANE'S RED LION 
SALOON, 19 Geary stroet, near 
Kearny and Daponu ■*■ The 
choicest Wines and Lienors. 
English Ale and Porter alwaya 

on draught. You will always find 

OLD DaVE MENDES Business Manager, 'cero 
to attend. apS 









THEATH2 ROTISSERIB. 

KM Unpont rt.. one door aonth of Bi"l. 
f *m. ^»s. E. MAKOHAND ATE OF TH» 

^kgk\r Olab Proprietor. —Th. T.bl.. pro?* 
d«l with .11 tbo DelioMip? of thr souoa. 
WOyBTEEi IN EVEiiX OTyrjc, ma 



(PORTIR 
Hilary G*»» 




FURNISHED .ROOMS 
r9 and $10 ptr II rath 

WEST EN: 



vmriMT. 



to. xvi. a.. 






AT PACIFIC II ALL 



K1TR0P0LITAN THEATRE. 



i u .. . 



■»o ■ I W >y B 



THE BHCOND 



GRAND SERIES 



I M M E N S 13 SUCCESS 

• r TMB Mitntu. *>■ MMnuna imiti. 

MISS ADA GRAY 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



»«•»■»" ov v«a saw mem a 

WANTED— A HUSBAND 

thii rvcwiNo AroniT t 

.','rs 



THIS EVEKIRO 



ADOUIT1 



ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS 



u . (Mi rorn.vit mi mi 



•vn rut Kmttmoa or 



Mr. Louis Schmidt and Mr. Oscar Weil 



~ *t FLeCI OH 



SUNDAY ZVCKIKO AUGUST 11 



A*r ITEST IflBM TWttL ri areaa "oticf. 

B wi lil Produci !<>i> c.l' ihr I , ..tt.- i -« 11 I Orlertnnl Drnmn In > 

A< m ill.- Preach of M. Besloit, 



47! ABTXCtS 47! 



DI»T» 

' "Hi n, ih. c»... 

*KU. <»f «Lob a, r.t? .! eaerd.Mr.Llir-.. 

i UI> bui el klnti ■» J ilMiir. 

i>itoilll|Mton!M|Mlii.... 
oonrr ri k:tu.i i( u>i[ it.u.-M roeime 
anon mvuxt, ■ii^n.nuii .. 
Docroa com b t». mm mui «u rhreiri.o ... 



■ 



A Kail Orrtarstra of 40 Instruments ! 

m*n THB CII.EBBAT1D 

jBAVD OP THE CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 

OICAR WEIL 
]■*■• ■ ITeBD LYSTEB 

■aVe*»ep.»a»« «QI eppe*r ID finuc to-morrow. 

• ' N OWB DOLLAR 

M oa.oeowl • «.,. nri j Can .»tr«. 

P1I1T Ce.t. 

*«" eweaeeeooo •> fncia;,. 



laftnt or assizes. 

7, Adrvtm!. OeoMe-ie, . 

LP B1ME0B, fellUol Mad of I 



I (other end ton.. 



If ARCELLB. who enly weuled her own wej elwtje to be «%!].. 

aeAROBLUNr. the wltneoo 

Mm: l niAMiL m. a<r u u» piiwcit 

Ml* BCiWtos. QoT,rr»M.U, Mwcolle 

■Aiiiinii. 



am ada cntr 
w J. «».»i..-nm i i.l 

...HAnnr cocbtaixe 
ViUXIE unifs 
...IIUHE H£a 

joiib W00DAHO 

.W F0RT1KH 
•M r. BIRD 

..1MIASE l.EV 

KB 
...W. 0RAHAJI 

1. WALTEKS 

.. MI99 FASJIT YOTJBQ 
.MIS MAOOII MOORE 

MBS. PKANK BEA 

MIS* BCE10BTEB 

MISS ADA DEAVEd 



Oeen.,. 



Doable ««mg .01 li.er... 

T'io XX#»i>i}jr Mollcutoim 

bt tiik »mniii. brothera. 



«..i«-i nM i, 



•f.Aiel. .I»li.*« ■ 



<iOMi;i> II vt'K, DO! 

J II LAKE I * ,„| , ARKIK AKMHTROKII 




lUUD-BHw "<"» Bom,. M*|. CH»J. COSirtl 



ONE NIGHT IN A BAKIMiOM! 



ACT 1. Tho Trlnl n In. Mode. Nentonced, 

ACT S. Tho Meeting:. Price of Silence. 

ACT 3. MndnoKN. 

ACT **. Partrtilt of tlio Dnofirorons Letter. DEATH. 

SATUKDAY, at 2 o'clock ADA GRAY MATINEE 



SUNDAY EVENING MISS ADA GRAY IN ARTICLE 47 

•*r The elegant Furniture Sett in thin Pioy are from the Furniture House of N. P. Cole •> 0o. 

■WThe Pluto used Id this Theatre 1b from Sherman k Hyde's, Attenu for the celebrated Weber Plenoe. 

%r Can will leiYe the Theatre for tho Mjeaioo and Ncrtb Beach every night at the close of the perforxaanoe. 



Btll Spout 



Blinks 

; -ond-ao-ha kmi'.i 
Mr* Klu.-'Jp-Atitl-aO-back-af. 



• rni l«1 a 
H.-toi. 



JINKS. 



r'.int.> l..inrla.iD 



Mmo. Gassy-ucffar. 

Mme. r.ASpj-negar J. H, fork in 

fomp Mitt K'llj I Monsg«»r Tommy Banon 

Ovsrtare Oroheetra 

Concluding with ilia N«w and OiisiDAl Farce of 

Wanted-- A Husband 



C>«t»f>r»l'Adni1aalon 9 1 ©O i P«r«io»;t SO 

Urn* <lr«>lc and Orcheatra, Beaerr'd Seat*.,. 1 &(* Oulli-ry 85 Cent a 

Private Ilaxet. lO OO i aa*-8uaU ma/ bo Sectirod Su Itaya in ndv*me.-«e 



Old SloCfme. Fatfmr ti Mer'ct:^ 

Obaa. Tiu*«onhjt, in lot- »iitn Marietta 

Dpocis d'BriAn, no Iriab (i-nl.. 

H.rr Uiditod Berliof »"K*n, a German 

Onadiab Parson!, a livo Varbi-' 

Iiotitia MtiDrnp-men. n e'ron(>miDded woidao 

Ah OrilDX Lhow a (JpAibon Cbite* 

Jnliua Hanoibi), a 1Mb, Am tdtiitii: 

Mtai Mar:etU Mocome, iolove witn i:h»il»« .. 

Anotita.... ( ) 

Clime {SiQcom.** Nieo*«. J 

Kioaia .....i 



H. Sinclair 

R. 0. Marah 

Loa MeC-arthj 
... J H. Li.kln 
,, Torcmy Barton 

Jtddiu Jobatnn 

Matt Kelly 

Johnny Tu*ra 

M r ■ i ■ Fillmore 
Mij* -loiephiua 

Marie Zoel 

....Knutfi Robiion 



<M PREPARATION -THE DICE OF DEATH! 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 

tROER, SOU* 

*T.„. 

-ANCASTER'S 

•it wxamvoTos itrif.t, 

UJ.'iTB 0»p Maaatra'e Opera Uoaea. ' 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 

|~\ECLAan> BT THE JUDGES AT A LATE 
J K.ir •! tb. Am.TicAn IDililal*. Alur A blind- 

im. i.iMTffi mfOE EiaSmwi. b. 

1 1 '5*4?' *"'' *«*»«• »» or»mll Hr—t. 
B l.-PIMW <l All n>lw TO BBWT, mri 



MERCANTILE [LIBRARY HALL. 



TJiirU aitnr Lecture 



WEBXEaDAT IVFN1.VG. .. Aid Tlh 

A fraad DaicriptiT* Lecture of the Throat, 
Looce, Heait aid Append ocei ; Uses and Abates 
of »n«. Very iottnioliTe; will aave hamao life 
A bit of f no at tbe oloec, to All will tleep we'.l at er 
tea* icf the M. L. Hail 



IPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

▼ I»«I»1A r/XT. aBVAOA. 

hail ELEOAKT THEATBE BAS BEKB RE- 
I- d.UOr.lf 1. u>d om b. not«d br tQ. ni.bl or 
tb. wMk. bun ud u*».llnf canoulM 
HtAlli uwud »iib ea itnSauiD br llttl! 

, jo»» rirr.i, 

•»♦ Wa*bioc'u>B aireet. Ban Fraeetaao. 



o the Dramatic Profession. 

pal U1TDEB81GNED, WHO HAS BEEN 
I .. •▼•> twelve yean connected with the praaa of 

; .ibonraa, »od la wall known b* ifae neanbara of 
|e proteeatoD Id %tae OoIonlee,be«a to lDtlmiU 
i .t be It prepared to t+ra aTpaTtaoaad advloa to 

rraooi profeeetonatlyriiitln* or medllatlnc a 
to the Aaetrallaa Oolonlae, Pea moderate. 
ootoAliij in dUpatobloc rapliee may be relied 
on. 
laen^ j Jf!!*'** HaOTBY WATERS. 
i iVlotoHa Chamber*, 4M OoIIInJ • treat. HeU 
l aroa. Aaa>jralte> fa<tf 

MtMOVAlj. 

ahoe Billiard Hall, 

'«" ■■» M.nlL^.ry. to 

o. -AIT' Kearny street. 
|:ab. l. store a j as. m . White. phof.vs 

»- Tbl. tlinii Billiard nan 1. Tmr. 

b.d .lib lb» it\ Billl rdT.bl~ >>l aw .U,t 
:io Whi.t.ndB-nllD, Boonu. Mnna 
liodA ud tbB pabtJe rAncoifally .oliolted 



IM*e(oor 

.*r« 



jrontlere A Bellemere 

M A!IUF AOTUBINO JSWELEB8, 

OIND SETTERS 

.« U4 U-.rl» l.llni 
aOHMBT •T1IIT, 

Bt*. WtAUaiica mi JmAao*. [l. 



•tt-Tick.tthrtb.Tbr*. Lteturti. fl(0: 81dkI« 
Tick.u. Fifty Ctou. At the Librfcry B.II on p.id 
nitbla, 'tod it Hoi. Hook from now oo. Floe 
ma. 10 la.'d. Aod on', dt ol oaII ; Ohio music fre. 

•B-P.rlon 37 AOd %, BUBS HOUSE, mwh.re 
DR. PAYNE bold* bit Ej.miBAticas And pre. 
Aorlbei. Ttrmt lb. ..me mb At home— fl (Hi for 
Medical BzomlQAtlote, A3 (0 for Phrocological 
ChArU.And AJOO for Aotbropclofickl ExomioatiOD. 



IvM 



mad. tb. eoatia! 



GET Y0UB 

OPERA GLASSE8| 

— AITD— 

PANS 



_ i Repi.. rati wbera tbey Are 
»rd cbeepeai— *«. 
O. .1. i». MBYRR'S, 

MSB Mi-inttfOmery etreet. 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

The new tork Patent carpet reno- 
valiog Company, Patented December, 1870. 
Oloane and reeloree oarpeu to tbeir original beau- 
ty and bricbtncHs without removing the eiimu 
from ih" 1 tlonr. All Doit. Qrcere, or Coal Bmoko, 
removed by oar proiote, and defaced colore will 
beeoae ee bright ea when new. 

The quality if the reeloratlve i§ also not injori- 
one to the m< at delioato fubrto and tint, and ib an 
actual preventive tt moth and vermin. 

SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE, 

No. 138 KEARNY STREET, ROOM 5. 

lytt-lm B SIMON LBQ FOLD, Manager. 



NOTICE XO 

BOY3 AND GIRLS. 

THE FIFTY-CENT PKNCTL SHARPENER, 
for the aae of School Children, is now for aeie 
by the Manufacturer and Agent. JAS. BTOTT 
loot Market etreet. ju2»2w 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FINEST CANDY 
made at oor Steam Candy Factor? dally. All 
order*, eepeotallj from the oouotry, are aolioltei 
and will be promptly attended to. 

OANTY * WAGNER. 
107 Montiiousn at., naai Sitter 



»RS. UPHftM HENOEE. 

CLAIRVOYANT AND MAGNETIC PHY8T- 



SEANOKSTburedty and Hatorday eveblnge; a 
titttnaa for buaineaa. in! 3 li 



Bar Sugar 

FOB SALE-SIS KEARNY STREET. AT 
MEBOEK'S. Alio, arary kind ol Oaodiea. 
WholaaaJa ud * All 

•« u at. a. ancEE. 



Reduction in Gas 

THE SAN FRANCISCO GAS 
COMPANY 

TTEREBY GIVES NOTICE THAT THE Gov- 
ernment Tax of '2 1 . oeota per thooaand feet 
baring bees rcmotcd, tbo price of G,n on atreets 
which are e applied by opposition companies will 
be reduced, from and after the FIRST DAY OF 
ADGTJ3T. to M 

One Dollar and Sixty Cents per 
Thousand Feet. 

On other etreeta tho prloo will bo red need, from 
■•mo dote, to THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY 
CERTS l«3 Ml) per Thonsond Feet. 

JOS, 6. lASTLAKll. 
j(29tl Bccretarr. 



FRENCH MUTUAL PBCViDERT 

Sayings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

•eT- A Dividend of Nln« per cent, per 

annum net (9 per uent.) upon t >e operatlone of tne 
French Savings and Loan (Society for t be Biz 
mon-tai ending Juoe 29tb, 1872, hag, in oonformtty 
with the report of the Committee of Ver.fljatiou 
Appointed by toe members of the tSooieiy, t>ei-n 
declared by the Board of Administration, at tbe 
Semi- A iino til Meeting held on th* lt>'.b mnt. This 
dividend will bo payable on and after i He 1-Stb last. 
at tbe office ol the Boolotyjd »* Bo aba tree t. 

jj20 lm Director of Freocb Sovings'Bank. 




Dr. Zeile'sINevv Rnssian.Turkish 



— AH1>— 

BATH 



s 



THOMAS W. BRIE, 

*t MAHUJAOTUi 

^Jr bep"ai»«b 

«ST DRUiCSlaJOS, 

u'ihcb ncaiC AjT iwaTaTJaiicwy* 

XSTABUSHBD IK 1 »6S- 

S-Laaaoauilou to the BaBlJ ud Droll. 5A» 
BION BTBEJXT, botween Firat And 8eooed. 
M. B.— FiD*-tcuMd Silrer Solo Banjoe for Pro- 
aoalooAla olwara oo haud. :aJO if 



J. MAESTRU D. fiPERAISZA la now 
open for cloaaee end priraia 
to MAESTRO D. SPERAN. 
Powell etreet. 



MUSICAL IBBTITUTE OK 
"" rRu D. 9PERAHZA le now 
ipoptle. Avoir 
lA.Ho. 1TI>* 



HALL'S 

X 

a rS Ll a 
yellow' 

DOCK 

IODIDE of POTASS 



S 



ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GEN HEMES, 

.\o. CSS Piiclflc street. 

THE BEbT AND MOST COMMODIOUS Kit 
tabllsbmest of the kind, ttTlTer in Er."?o» o 
America. Convenient and separata eparttti en ta. 
Bathing by Bteam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms irx be same 
building for private patients. 



TO L0VH8 OF SONG AND SOCIAL [NJOYMIUT 

A Melev-t Free-nnd-Hney at the 



CHARING 



4* 



SALOON. 



Ui\U MISSION ST., TWO DOORS FROM 
UvU boooni., every Satnrdaj evening. Ohalr 
token at 8 :J0 p.m.. sharp. O. W. Brown. Chairman 



Oribbage, Wblst, Chpns, Billiards, every night. 
London News, Ponob, Bell's Life. Clipper. Dor's 
Doings, Call and Figaro on file. The beet of Hoi 
Pnnones and Liuoors served. 

deia Lf J. KAOLES. Pronator. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GRE»T ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And ColleaTe of Medlelne. 

Wk\i\i\ BKAIJTIFTJL AND rNSTRTJOT- 
• UUv Ive objects to bs seen. Open to tba 
PablioDAY AND NIGHT, et F.UREKA HALL, 
810 Montgomer- Street. FOR MEN ONLY .BVl 



:gomi 
~~09r DU. JOBDAlfb BIT AT' E OfTOK, Opposl 
Meobanios' Fair. SI 1 Gsarv streak ao 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

RELIEF TO ORIPPLES.-THEl 
great. suoeesR atteiiding tber 
aae of DR. HALL'S CORN AND| 
BUNION OUbU bas created con \t 
eternation amongst the aoro doo- 
t-ors. Tbe pnblio no longer pay a large fee 
temporary cure, wben a tifty-cent bottle of Dr. 
Heirs Rtmedy will give immediate relief, nl 
effect a permanent cute for tbe woret Oornsanit 
Bur.ii.n-, F. RIDliR, Agrnt, 

jnfi if 8. E. oor, Bosb and Dopont rte. 



THE BEST BEAUTIFIER OF THE 

On res Pimpiet 
DraYcUte. 



mpies. Bolls. Blotches. Rbeu- 
nutiim and MercurisJ Pains. For sale by all 



. B. GATES A CO.. 

Proprietors, 
Cor. EaaeoBse) nnd Commercial ete* 
SOLE AGENTS FOB 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
Webfoot Pills. Jt-io tf 



OEOROE MATES 

DEALER IN OYBTERfl. 0LAM8 
ondall kinds of SHELL FISH, 
StaAaNoa. dO. 41, «», California 
Hantat, entranoe on California street 

Pnblio or private parties and fa mi lie* supplied 
from 6 a-M. to 13 v. it. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
Oyster Boot* open fromS4.1t. to 12 p. at -taniy 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

MAYERS' BAZ A AR, 

Oor. Montgomery and Pine atresia. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Goods, floe French Fancy Article* etc., ete. A 
larce stock of fine SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FUf"NlBBKD ROOMS. Sin- 
gle or in salts, 

T*7«ll Llgkeed uad Tenttls,t«d. 

_ Unlurniiaad Booms to let. Lodging with 
or witbeut board. ALILAMBBA SDIlOdto, 
•IB Bwsh street. tuM tf 



MA. MERCER, SUOOEBSOR TO O. H. 
a Maroar. Wboleealeaed BaUil Candy ataaw- 
f actoter, SI 9 Eaarny atrset and larT Beeond 
street- Ban Fracoteoo liaUbliabed l&Bt Ordtfta 
filed to out extent te. t 



r 






n g -a. rL o ." 

THE JOTJBNAL OF AMTJSXXEN*' 8 - 

Pnbhsbsd ersry D*» in the Ye** *W 
j. E>. B.OGABDUS 

•S MereMwt «d StWS Washington It. 

Below Montfom.rr. Sao Freacisoo. 



-WEDNE8PAV '...AUGUST 7. 1872 



A H*»rtrendlnjr Appeal. 

The Brooklyn <AIamod» county) Home 
Joan.*, of the 2d iofit baa an appeal which 
•would touch a heart of etone. Prom it we 
gather that it bat a hob aubeoriber— a bloat- 
ed female autocrat ; aleo that it has a news- 
paper carrier who ia sick ; that this newspa- 
per carrier before be became a- newspaper 
oirriiT was climbing the ladder ot fame, bnt 
lie doesn't do so any more. We moreoTer 
gather the painful fact tbat tl.i« bloated 
Aristocrat does not pay for the Home Jour- 
nal. We haTe only rojm for a portion of 
this appeal, which reminds us so much of— 

"* Y'b boaa»«r*cl*d on the ritloc rraaod. 

Wuh uitt'UKii ■ - drew ie froa my row— 
For p esty »6sr» * res d«>nos bad found, 
- - Aodgnnaeara maffolbo«ni*<t>oa». 

Oh, Lady Fair, von wbo liwe in the lap of 
luxQiy— you wbo have a fine house, flue gar- 
den, tioe' fruit*, fine buret- a, beautiful cbil- 
-dren and a noble hnsbmd— do not be dis- 
courteous, do not be hard with those who 
call upon you unobtrusively and with polite- 
ness on their life's errand. It is hard enough 
on tbat sensitive youth— once bright and gay 
and prondlv climbing the ladder of fame. 
with the lamp of promise shining brilliantly 
•before him, bnt now struggling «i:h fell dis- 
ease for dear life— to call month after month 
for t e small pittance that your local news- 
paper claims, and p.-.u -nil v listen to the put- 
off words " Call again " twenty times ft day. 
without listening to hard and inconsiderate 
words where he naturally expects kindness 
and encouragement. Have con-ideration, 
Fair L»dy. for the paper you now despise 
may be a comfort to yon and yours when 
you may leist think of caring for words of 
sympathy. 

Pretends tob« Shocked. 

The Sacramento Bee ia a very particular 
journal. It published among its local items 
last week the following: 

HoRBfBLB.— The name by wbioh a wbis- 
Vr saloon— at the very entrance to tbe 
Cemetery— ia known, is the " Paradise" 
saloon. Can anything more revolting be 
imagined ? 

Is it possible that the Bee oan really be 
shocked at this pleasiog flight of fauoy on 
the part of the proprietor of tbe whisky sa- 
loon in question? Doubtless in choosing 
this name he was led by a desire to extol the 
the excellence of bis liquors, Paradise being 
the home of good spirits. 



■BBS 



Jone.'t Idea of It. 

Smith, a red-hot Republican, all smiles, 

. met Jones at the restaurant this morning, 

and the followiog conversation took place 

between him and tbat unswerving Greeley 

Democrat : 

Sjcitb (exultantly)— Mornin', Jones. Bee 
the election returns tbis morning? North 
Carolina is all safe, ha ! What d'ye think of 
the election there now ? 

Jokes— Think? Why, I think it took 
Grant's office-holders a d— d long time to fix 
• things ao that tbey could give the State to 
tbe Republicans. Our boys would have done 
it in half tbe time. 



As at Hatter of Coarse. 

"Strauss is fond of dogs."— Ex. Of 
course he is. There never was a man worth 
anything who was not fond of dogs. All 
great writers, all great murieUns, all great 
■poet), all good men, are fond of dogs. All 
low, mean, insignificant mongrel-bred men 
ke dogs. 



Aw Old Landmark* 

Tbe Verandah Cigar Store, at the H.B. corner 
of Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, baa been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, obolce meerschaum pipes, etc. B 



500 Pairs ot ^ncks, 
At all prices, att he What obeer Laundry. " 



Hair Jcwoirj mnde to Order. 
H. A, Callender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 63 
-Second street, Oan Francisco. d 



McDowell, *how Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. 8.E. corner 
Kontgomerr sod Saaramento afreets. d 



Oyster Tiadc. 

Tbe oyster trade In California la assuming 
gigantic proportlona. Emerson Corville, of the 
Bridle Bcek, UO Pine street furnishes from 
. bJ own oyster b*ds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parte of the Paolilo Ooast. Els 
■astern transplanted oyater* have a fame which 
has extended all over tbe continent, and tbe 
"Saddle Book" is known •vt-rywoere. 



Comic Song 

No more yon need be trcnbled with flies, 

No more need you uba poison — 
'Just buy yonrself a Booster Trap, 
Fop RO ibf flits in. 
Hootler Fly Oatober Factory, 210 Sixth street, l 



j*A ash inK Returned in One Day 
•vnd we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 

Xanndry. 

ISanlfarfam Suit Wnter Baths. 

O Hebe I- Why don't jrru take felt Water 
Baths re RoUrly ? Try one to-day, s| the "San- 
itarium." foot of Powell street, North Beach. 
Only 15 cents. Ftenn b->tha W< centa, or two 
-. ararm bath Ucktt*. Dbiscoix * Haqen. t 



i^tit 



oarraipriio Cartis. 
At iollarper dosen at the Peoples Art 

SsUery. 8a Third street betwfua Stevenson and 
ilia alas atresia. 



A SCBOLAB AND A GENTLEMAN. 

The Alta new?paper bates with a deadly, 
milignani hatred any one wLo can justly lay 
claim to the title of "a scholar and a gentle- 
man." It looks with suspicion on any one 
who speaks English grammatically, and care- 
fully avoids employ ing any but "eeH-edu- 
cated" men on its editorial staff. In Tues- 
day's i*me it bad a savago " editorial noto" 
about tbe oase of Robert Gordon Milne, 
spoken of as a scholar and a gentleman, who 
w*s round guilty of tbe theft of half a gal- 
lon of nine in Anaheim, and eeutenced to 
the Los Angeles chain gaog. It says : 

Los Angeles, among im other attractions, 
offers to men of letters the privilege of get- 
ting drunk end disturbing the public peace 
without danger of suffering the same pun- 
ishment meted out tojtbe ignorant mult tude. 
For eeveral days our telegrams from that 
town have informed us of the mortification 
of public sentiment in tbe Angelic commu- 
nity over tbe discovery that the Police Judge 
had sentenced a graduate of English Oxford 
t j tbe chain gang. 

Mentioning the faot that he was released 
on Saturday attar working nine days, the 
Alta continues : 

Wo draw two inferences from this action : 
first, a scholar may make a beast of himself 
in Los Angeles with impuni'y; and secondly, 
the .District Judge and the District Attorney 
together hold the p-irdonug power iu Los 
Angeles. 

The Star tells the Btory of the heinous of- 
fence for which thU gentleman was con- 
demned to tbe chain gang: «*•* \ 

He visited an Anaheim vineyard to pur- 
chase a half gall" n of wine; no one was at 
tbe premises but some women, who declined 
to draw the wine for him ; he proceeded to 
draw tbe wine f3r himself and offered pay- 
ment which the women refused. He then 
poured (be wine out on the ground and left. 
When we oocsider the abundance of wiue at 
Anaheim this seems a slight offense and not 
snficient to merit $59 fine or twemy-five 
days in the ohain gang. Tbis man would 
we'll grace the office of Mayor of any oity, 
and Los Angeles would do herself a world- 
wide oredit by placing this very member of 
tbe chain gang at the bead of our municipal 
affairs at tbe next election. 

Tbe Alta would gladly institute a crusade 
against all men of education and decent 
bringing up and does not scruple to sup- 
press and misrepresent the facts in this ease 
because the victim of this severe sentence 
for an indiscrelion happened to be a grad- 
uate of Oxford University. An English 
gentlemen's flunkey would receive most 
courteous treatment at tbe bands of the 
Alta, and be accepted as a " high-toned gen- 
tlemen," that paper beicg unable to disting- 
uish between a t borough-bred gen- 
tleman and a "gentleman's gentleman," 
and the sight of a man of birth and educa- 
tion working in the chain gang would afford 
that paper exquisite pleasure. We verily 
believe that the grammatical language in 
which Mr. Gordon's communication to the 
Stir was couched, was tbe chief cause of the 
Alta's Bavage attack on him. The Alta 
utterly abhors anything above a "common- 
school education" and all men who have had 

grandfathers. 

-^ . i . i n 

n. G. 's Penmanship. 

The latest and one of the best anecdotes 
of our friend Mr. Greeley shows how desira- 
ble it is at times to be able to write one's 
name legibly. Soon aftsr arriving and en- 
tering hie name on the great registsr of a 
hotel in the town where he was to deliver a 
lecture, an elderly countryman came into 
the effi .'e, and, after examining tbe register, 
asked if Dr. B was in. 

"No snob person here," said the clerk. 

"No such person hero?" 

"No, Sir." 

"Young man, "said the elderly one, with 
solemn tone, "don't lie to me. It won't do. 

You can't fool old Gill Parks. Dr. B 

has been here, sure, and pretty drunk too, 
I reckon, for he's left one of them air Latin 
prescriptions of his on the register I" 

And he looked down agsio at H. G.'s au- 
tograph. 

♦ * ~ 

Peevish Woman! 

There i9 a woman iu Illinois who wants a 
divorce simply because her husband beats 
her with an iron boot-jack. Of course ehe 
won't get it, but the applioation goes to 
show how unreasonable some people are. 



The Drama in Ark^ntai. 

A Little Boole, Arkansas manager says: 
" Sbakspeare may do for Boston and New 
York, but he is about played out iu Arkan- 
sas." Poor brute I 



IVotlco Co Houaeksepera. 
I>ave your orders at tbe (ffioe, 128 Kearny 

street, the New York Carpet Renovating Co., 
where Mr. Simon Leopold la the manager. Be 
wilt mabe your carp ts 1 .ok as new as when 
they were first put down, wi bout taking them 
from 'hefluoror removing tbe furniture. Yon 
had betur look to your coatly carpets, * 



It You Wm.ui. 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
iot spoiled, Fend them to tbe What Cheer Lann 
dry. z 



Oak PoldonuiKt 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at JJt. Bcuriie'a Batba, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Post street. No cure, 
no pay. z 

" Boscdale 

Poles M UK-He." by Btsdf-ldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price 60 centa. At Qbat's 
Music Store. 623 and 625 Clay attest. p 



_. l>r. Duliorty 
r Has devoted bis atody more particularly to 
^-ebrorJi nd specific practice, and as trach la 
• aow tbe moat snoceesfol of any Physician in 
8au Francisco, Office 919 Bacramento street, 
coruer-of Leldesdorfl, a few doors below What 
0h«ei Hcx;a. I 



tt la Pertoctly asionlshins; 

How beautifully and quickl/ they do washing 
at tbe What Ghee* Laundry. Olothes received 
beiore 6 a_m. returned the same evening If de 

aired. I 

Levor Buckle »u*p«ndera, 

at $1 per pair— 36 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where— at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

Beai Quality of DiiirftXIn 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry X 



An Artiste Gone. 

The intelligent donkey which assisted Mr. 
O. L. Fox at the Globe Theatre, Boator, in 
•Humph; Dumpty," died July let, from tte 
excessive beat. 

Luc'.;ily we have an intelligent donkey in 
Ban Francisco, who can assist at the per- 
formance of -'Hampty Dumpty" at the 
Metropolitan Theatre, so this vacancy in tbe 
company will be filled. Our San Francisco 
donkey has appeared hundreds of times on 
the Shiga in "Arrah na Pogue," burlesque 
of "Mazeppa" and other pieces, and always 
played his part to perfection. 



Only Too Happy. 

Alexandre Damas. ptre., was one day 
asked by a friend to contribute ten franca 
for the funeral of a bailiff wbo had died ia 
destitute circumstances. "Whatl" ex- 
claimed the great novelist, "ten francs for 
burying a bailiff I Here are one hundred 
francs — bury ten bailifls." 



Oysters. 

In £ti- oiling 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 soreen 
TLrungb which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
Wbllfc mossy atone and pearly shell, 
O'er wblcb the waters softly fell, 
Made that window teem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go iu hero- 
It looks bo 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 
M&-J6 his appearance, asked our wish — 
Bald they bad almost any dish 
Tbat we might name. We found it true, 
And cooked magnijiccnlXy, too; 
All kinds of ov store, Juicy, fat, 
Coke ed every style; Just thin* of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
Ynn're different from other men. 
The>'d clam tand oraba and terrapins ; 
Iu fact, we found tbey had within 
That cosy pl'.oc- all ktndsof guna. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I ant sure, 
Prepared to tempt on epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best Ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little einners. 
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 find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bosh street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night 

CHABLES flAAEE. Proprietor. 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dosen of Sqoana'a ex- 
quisitely flaTored pouches form a moat appropriate 
present, tbe egg nog pnncb Bare* a sreat deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great e kill. His 
famous symposium Is at 2(1 1 ' rt*sdorff. and is pre- 
sided orer bj A. Bona, his a oritur lacceseor. u 



For Wasninic 

Bhlrts, $1 60 per doz.; small pieces, 60c. per 
doz. At the What Oheer laundry, * 



Dr. Barlow J . Smith 

Gives free lectures (to O en tie men only) 
every Friday evening, comme&^ing at "%, at his 
Hygelan Hall, 637 California st* and examines 
patients phrenologlcally as to health , The best 
and cheapest place In California for a sick per- 
son to Ret well. Q 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS" 



CITY GARDENS, 

Corner of Twelfth and Foliom street. 

SUNDAY AIGTJST 11th 

AFTERNOOU AMD EVEH1HG. 

GRAND MILITARY FESTIVAL 

OF THE GEBHAKIA RIFLES, OAPT. J. 
Snsider, BTHUBliN GUiRn. Capt. Woohsta, 
and ihe £>AN FttaJS'OlSOi) FUSlLEhBd, Oapt. 
G Csatua 

On which o&casion theCommittes p'edpe them- 
selves thai, this n ill ba tbe UROrVKltlQ FIONIQ 
of tbe eesson 

TWo CBaND BANDS have been engaged and 
will be in ftitandnnce at b-Uu Pavilions. 

G&AND OPEN-AIR CONCERT during thedaj. 

UoUs oa the lake, gymnasium sad swings, free. 

AdmieBion to the Gardens and all the .mare- 
men it, only SO cents; children half price; chil- 
dren under six years of age, free 



pure: water. 



CALIFORNIA 

Porous Stone Filter, 

FOR HOUSEHOLD OR MANUFACTURING 
purootcs Hote'e, Res aureola. Distilleries, 
Druggist;. HoipiUie, Public Institutions, and all 
pa r pi>sea where Pare Wd'er is indispensable. 

Tbe makers of th a Filtsr claim its superior ty 
overal others in tr-e application of 6T0NE a* a 
FI L. I EKING MEDIUM, being the only true asd 
natural oe tod. 

Tbi* Finer ia reidily attached 'o all lancets In 
cnmmoD u»«", aod tmne r-veraible ia B»lf-ole*ning. 
I' IS HIGHLY fcNDOKSrD B\ THE MEDI- 
CAL rAOULTY. Oailandsoe it in operation at 
tue Depot. No. 808 Market street. 

ALKRED OLAKK.E, Bole Agent. 

B®~Price 9> 50 eaob. A liberal discount to deal- 
era. ao6 lw 



GO TO 

NOLAN'S 

FOR YOUR 

BOOTS ANb SHOES. 

Too eon Save from GO Cent* to Three 
Dollar* on every pair yon boy. 

KTOTj-a-PJ, 
11 Third street, near Market. 

•y Look out for tbe BIG BOOT. au3 1m 



L 



BARGAINS ! _ BARGAINS I 

ISO DOZEN HA-TS 

TO BE SOU> 

BelO'VIT - Costi 

Within the next thirty days, at 

MRS. 

rir26lm 



E. REGAN'S, 

104 THISD BTRtET. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

rABLKWARS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of every description from which the silver U 
worn, oan be re-plated in tbe finest and most dur- 
abie manner at the SAN FRANOLSOO GOLD 
AND SILVER PLATING WORKS. 
«55 Mission street* bet. New Montgom- 
ery autd Third. ^martlm 



10,000 Useful Articles 

THAN 4.T ANY OTHER STOKE, 



..«.. 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 



Mens' Clothing, 



THABF AT ANT OTHER 8TOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEAM YSTBEET, 0PP03ITE PLAZA. 



EVERT KIND OF 

Housekeeping Goods, 



CHEAPEH 

THAN AT ANX OTHEB 8TOBE, 

....AT 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles, 

CBCEAPEPJ.; 
THAN AT ANX OTHEB 8TOBE, 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 



FANCY GOODS, 



CX3.a FflXl 



IHA.V AT ANX OTHEB STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARHY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

CBEAFX3R 
THAN AT ANX OTHEB STOBE, 

....AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 

THAN AT ANX OTHEB STOBE, 

...-AX.... 

VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET' OPPOSITE W.AIA 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THK PACIFIC BTONE COMPANY OAI£. 
the especial attention of Axonitacts. Eagin- 
eers, and tho onbUo io seaoral, to tha 8UPERIOB 
QUALI I Y of the Stone now being manufaotorsxt 
by them id this citj coder the Bansoms Pa'.«nU. 
They malts to order and ke-;p lo stock: 
Balldlns Fronts, Water Pipe* 

Sinks, MonameoU, Fuantalas, 

Tiles, Copings for ^VolU, 

Filters, etc, etc.. 

Together with Bansoms's oslebratad Free-Grit 

Griodstones, sll of wbioh wo goarantee anperior, 

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

syTbe attention of pmat« parties intending to 
bnild id retpeotlolly solicited. 
Offloe, No. lO BUSH STREET, Sin Tranoisoo. 

THE CLIFF HOUSEil 

ROARING 0CEM1 SURGING BREAKERS! 
rOAMlNB SURF 1 MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

APPETIZING BKKAEJASTS, LimCESS 
DIKNEBS AND SUTPEKS. 

BBIWO TOtB \YIFK! 
BKinre TOUR FAMILY: 

BBIKO yOl'K I.A1> Y FRJT.NDm 

And enjoy a riew of the FINEST OCEAN PAJfO 

RAMA IN THE WOBLD. all in light ot 

the we r Id-renowned 

Golden. Gate, 

With a fleet o whita-wtnged messengers sntssfcsg 
from CTcrr part of the commercial world. 

st-New Line Bnssos, oonneotlng with Bt*«M 
Care at Lone Honntain every 15 minntee harsaftac 
for the Oliff H onte. Fare in cents. 

CallFORNIAjrcSTftURMT 

NOS. 610, fllSAND *>i*MOIiT- 
gomery street, near Me ro hint,— 
Ladtee' Saioon oonnooted with tha B«*> 
taurant. 

Sill oi Faro. 

Ice Cream or Coffee FHER t« 
any person Bpendlnv »*e. 

Seap, with Flab or Broaats 16o A 

Two Etfgs lse nL> 

Thr«« Egjro 80c link 1 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee tfo I mfi 

Steaksor Chops, with Tea or Ooffee... 15o |Jw ' 

Birloin Steak, do 3ic wT 

Freeh Oystera, Baw or Btawod i5o "_ 

BotUe of White Wine or Beer ISo ft I 

Bottle of Olaret Wine 15o B 

Piea. Padding or Cake lo », 

Oat MmLMubb sr Cracked Wheat.... so W 
Ooflee, Tea, OhooolaU, or a Oiaea of ■■ 

White or Olaret Wine „. 60 M% I 

del-tf JOHN BEGAK. Proprtstsg. . 




NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB.... 

flANOFORTE^nd SINGING. 

MONS. ALEXANDKB WOLOWBKI, THj 
well huown PisniBt and Vocalist, has the 
honor to inform bis friends and thepablio ofSsa 
Francieco tbat he opens courses for Piano and 
Singing, by bis sntirely new and s< m pi ided sys- 
tem, tbe shortest in existence— reading Moiieat 
eight, aocompanimente of anr eong by a sew 
march of harmony, aa well as the moet thorough 
knowledge of time, by Moos. Wolowski's new ia- 
veotion, wbioh has created a great cessation la 
the mnaioai nortd. Lidies and genrlemen deai- 
rous to become fine ningirs or excellent perform-' 
e:e osn leave tb»ir orders at the Piano Wareroonu 
of WM. BADGER, No 13 Saoseme street; or, at 
Moos. W.'a rtsidence. No. 43* Salter street. 
jy 31-lw 



VERY HANDY_F0n FOLKS. 

gOTjrH PABK, MARKET. HOWARD AB 
Mission street cars take you to No. S Secou 
street. Kearny, Suaar, and CenvTsl cars takt 
you to 1*4 Kearny street 

Our Tixro Stores, 

Where yon oan be supplied with SHIRTS aad 
kinds of FUBNISHING GOODS and TODL1 
ARTICLES at prices lower than moat stores oa 
afford to sell them for. 
I9r-0all and satisfy yonraelvse. 

BENEDICT A CO, 




ap9 tf 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOK 

ON HAND and made 1 
to ORDEB, 



BLAIR'S 

9 Kearny street* 



RACINE HOUSE, 

No. IOS3 Kearny St. 

BAN FBANOIBOO. 

THE ABOVE HCUSE IS OOirVKKIEHT 
to .11 tha ste.mbo.t l.Dding., bo.fD.Ml 
ronton of the ott?, and the principal pl.owj 
oi imneemBDt. Beat of .ooomnuta.tioo. .f 
lowMt prioos Rsstaoran t atUobed to th. 
where the beat of board en b. had on th. cw» 
rantplan. orBN ALL NIGHT. 
joM ln> J. BIOKERSTAFF. PtopnaWr. 



n~>gS 

•<u»BS 
th.boTa. 



BivldeJiti Notice, 

THE HIBEKNIA SAVINGS AW 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N. E. Cor. Montgomery and Mark. 
Street*, 

B.» Fjiakcisoo. Jolr Md, OT. 

AT A MEETING OF TBE BOAED OF Dl 
rectors ot tbis Sooietr. be:d tbi. d»,, »arr 
dead wa. declared on a'l depowt., at the raw t 
e-Kht peroant per anooin, for tho naif-year aneta 
Jnlr 2'8t, 1672, payable immediately, and frta « 

F iS& r *'» t * 1 ' KPWABD MABTIN EeareUry. 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR S00IKTIK9, AITO TH/ Wj 
leasion generallj — The nodfireiBoed BJRl 
inform all In need of PLAT BOOKS and 6TAJ 
DARD DRAMAS tbat he is constantly reoiiTB 
the Latest PnoltdtionB from all American W 
Enelish Hoa-es. Addre9s all order, to B. »^*w 
WAKDS <l»te D. F, Appletoa A Oo's). SOB » 
51*) Mootgo oery street, San Franolsoo. 
Oatalognes famished on a ppltostioo. »P ™ 

xuiiuoyaji. 

J. CORIN, TRUNK MAKER. 

HA8 REUOVKD FKOM OOBNEB OPSUJ 
mer and Montgomery etreat. to NO ■ 
MONTQOMERY bTKKET. betwMO 
Bnab. opposite tbe Bau Ltotu. 



will 



Dr. J. H. Tufford, 

PHY6IOIAN FOE THE TKKATMBN* \ 
DiSBaaea of th. BUr. Threat and Lun«a iW ■ 
halUionof AtonrSed Mediolnea. "•onlfPC.l" 
oor.for Daafnra., Oausrb, Bf'BOUtla. A.a° 
Oooiamptioo. .to. Examination FREB. UJ» 
1«8 Keamy ■treat. Offloe honra from 8 A.M. 
SF.lt i" 8 ™ 



DASHAWAY STABLES, 

11 POST ST.. BET. KEARNY 
\-£* and Dapont. — Rook. way. and 
Bngffies on tbe moat reiLBonable tornt*. 
Laoias' and Oeotlemeo'. Baddle Horace 
always on band. Particular attention 
paid to BcaVrdilLg Horse.. 



LEI. 

fe.-l 



MWTtfMERY'S 

MOTEL, 




AT PUTTS MUSIC HAIL 
Grand Mfttftae* 



IflW ALHAMBRA TH1ATB1. 



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Pianoforte Recital Magttire's California Minstrels! 



Tlio Master Baud of tli© World 



ANNA MBHLI6 



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FIRST "WIDII33X. or 

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omeaet f it -a «Aer««. 
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mm* m i .. rit»««i.i. 

to rtm-trs* arr* m n««r rA»r nnu, 

Dr. Puff.tTiir M. Ainslej Scott and »»guire'» California Min«,rel« 



Part Hrpnnil- 



-Ollo. 



Senator Hart ob the Darwin Tbeory 



TOMATUS I 



TOM -^TUS 1 1 



, BUROIBS. ADD RYMAN nil CHARLES 8DTTOK. 

BiLLAD-MM-d MISS FANNY GIBSON 



IDE31L.E.HiaJ>JTTrr cfc HE.ISTCSa-IL.ESR ! 

IN NKW AMD OKIOINA1, iOSfO" AND BAXcri 



oTFitrir 



..OBCIUMTRA 



The whole to conclude with J. 0. BUw»rl'. Orlfjljial Sketch untitled 

THE BABY ELEPHANT!! 

ANTIQUE ■ • BOB HART 

i-MITlir.RS 0HARLF8 RUTTOV I JIM. SAM KKJKKY 

ROSE H133 FANNY nUS'iK «A« ADD HYMaN 

JAOK SHARP. • StooolatOT J. R1BINS0N I LIZ* JANB J. KEMP 



HIF.U CIBrLK 

OBCHMTKA I II VIU-* 
I'lIUIKT 



PRICXS Or ADMISSION 



OJE DOI.I.AIt 

FIFTY <'KNTM 



AS** All Bill* agalnat the Albacbra ThaaMe mnat b« prewnted hereafter on Moodar. 
Th« piano naed II from tbe hoaM ol Kohler, Obate A Co., 63S OUT ■treat, ikoU lor the oeiebrated 0hlck»rtoi pulo 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



"*"•*"' ,„ u s e . 

A (ir.>At VartM) show f.rrrj Mtrht ! 

opera Borrrr Buiu.rsanEj. 

MiBfsT.ia.tr. meoro acts. 

IaBOITIMATB DRAMA 

M ■—!»■»> el 

OOOZLiXj a*u<-t OOOPBR 

•■mum MMiAdTi, "ion or mcooiMui. itb 

»tIODIT 1 



this evening 



c;hi:.vt mucckhr 

— or — 

Tlio Milliner of San Francisco 




TOMMY MpLMIQHLIN 

TIIB i 



lain.. ^ixaTj-k- ronnnsT 

Kaoeleior Ormaaet And Teaabter. 



Mil- Hat Leror, tb« Popular Danieai*. 



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will appkar. 

MR. OELSARTTE HIS BEE* EXPRESSLY ENGtGEO 

FOR THIS PIBOX ONLY. 



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To oonclude with 

THE aD£LXTI»TaS.^lZ1.I> 

ObAnvctera by the Oomp&nr. 
In Rehear* al,^ 

THE MURDER OF THE KLU KLUX KAN! 



Tata auiiix i.ouiios nocau. 

pacific house?;' gaSayia 
OlYMPic HOUS£,";."AU'::r^vjr 

•aMla RALSTON A OOTBRLL. 



lYIagary & Co., successors tO Harvey M. Lockwood ■£ Go. 

SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF 

Gents'*, Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 



■ONE PRIOB. 



Wo. »31 KEAKNT NTKF.KT. HFTWFKN BUSH AND BUTTKB. 



BALDWIN'S 
DAIRY BUTTER 

•y-Vont crjaine tiqUji* r>rooar»<1 from tb* Soi* 
Atreot, N B. THKWLLLIO^R, (if a.11* SO »n«l 41 
W-f»hio»loQM*r««t. L K. BALDWIN. 



3P* X C3- 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

.... 0LB00LATE3 LN .... 

All the Theatres, 

— AlTD II 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

tS TUB YEAR, 

GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE CITY 

On tbe 13 >AfH nnd CAH6 



FERNANDEZ S AGU1RRE, 

FASHIOIfAtSLK H>TTk.R8, SO. 11«,S COST 
■ irOat. p.* u KHtor- 

▲ Ftm* As*ortBM«Pt of lints MMd Cup* 
eoastktntlj »•* h>*DiJ. 
■> TliU aula to order tad rino»»led la tbe noetett ttjlo. 



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P1UNHEK SHOE UANlirAOTOBiT. 




«VTb> mo.i KLBOANT 0U8T0H WORK IN TBE OITY 
Cil ul uHlu (oadl Aod pilou. SKKRS A.UAYNABD 
ail, Kaaiat ima on* door tooth ol Both, a 



ATTENTION ! 
ATTENTION 
ATTENTION ! 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 

— at tuf: — 

GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 

OP 

G. ABRAHAM 

27, 33 and 35 Second -St., 

A8 THE FOLLOWINO LIST OP PBI0B3 WILL PBOVEr 

Flnft UeQTCr Frock Sal to from SAO to *.»0 

riH B»ttr Ink lillt fna 30 to AO 

Flno Cii.«1un«ro nalU from »* to 85 

Flu Buter ruli boa lO to IS 

Fine CuMlmere Path from V to lO 

Fine Velvet Vo»t« from. 8 to 1» 

Fine »llk GAHlmrre TeoU 1 to lo 

■arREMEMSItR, TUB8K OARMKNTB ABE ALL MADE 
TO ORDER IN AKY STYLE TO BUIT TUB P0B0BA9ES 
AND A PEKFBOT FIT OUARANTEED. OR NO SALE. 
LO BOOT FOB YOUR OWN INTERESTS. AND ALSO 
FOB THE B.O 8I0N OF 

C. ABRAHAM, 

27, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



•B-ALBO. THE LARGEST STOCK. OF READY-MADE 
0L0TBJN0 AND GENTS' FURNHHIKQ GOOD i III THE 
01TY. AT EQUALLY LOW PRIOES. 

C. ABRAHAM, 

33 and 35 Second street. 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
Was cured by 

DR. IVtXT3L.3Li33X=A.. Sr, 

in ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific street. 



RBFERBNCES. 

Ja«. 0. NutmiD. Pflq.. ox-Obief Foglneor. 714 
Wo.hlnRtio Btreol-OhroniQ Brooohitia. 

Koban Ndimiio. 714 Or.*t wioh ftr^t— Aetbmo. 

CbarloR Lt-mnr. In « Imok driver, cor Gvar? ood 
Marknt fltroota— PuraljulB 

J. H. Ulork", late Heoltb lusuootor— Doafo«83 of 
loos sioodios. 



ANOTHER PROOF.-!. THE UNDKRRION- 
cil. toke pi. A or* itiinrormlng the pobpo lb At 
I hiiTo been cored of par lvals ol ov r olni sears' 
atand at by DR. MULt.KK. SK-. No. UO&Mont- 
Eomcry street. (MI«r.od) 

OKO. BITER80N. 
Ortrpenttr and BoiMer, 263 Qletneutliia atreet.be- 
Iwaen Tbt d and Fourth. 



The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Louisa, 

18 WOW AT BIS PRIVATE PARLORS S? 
find Ut* Kim. Houro, rfft-lj- to wnit oo OitjiIs- 
inon. I,- oiuri'H »t Moro«oti!e LiV>r«ry HhJI h'iiq 
D«ztW00k. j,3Hm 



DR. ALBERT MORTON. 

LATK OF BOAi'OW. MAC1WKTI0 HEALER.— 
Dr. M brLH tieoa highly i uut'eenftil in (re«tni(t 
Patrnlvim, Danfneatl, Dobility. and If II .mnmtiry 
Piseas'ir), aoate or cbroolo, of all th» orp>Aiie of 
tbo biily. Du)<aa*e of Ladles troaied with tue 
utmont di'1'ci.i'y. 

MR8. ALBERT MORTON. CLAIRVOYANT 
MEt'I' AL AND BUblNUSS MUD1UH, AND 
PHVOHOMr-TRIHT. 

Oi»irro>»u'. examlriAf'o-.. for d incase iopereon, 
or from balr. tiulrit OjnunanioAtloas P«yoho- 
mouioit readtoge of ohiraOter from letters, end 
aoaljai" of or»t. 

Mrr«. Morton'e Oaia^i h»Te b#en very eacoMB'al 
io dir.'Otlti* many of the leadin* oltitODa of Bo.too 
In Medical, L-iral and Uusineaa matter*. Hour* 



CENTRAL 

NO. 11« OM&RY 8TREFT. 
Rest aocommodatiorja for 

Faoilliee in tHe olty. Pri»ata - — 

catranoa forLad.M.. Hatr Ouitinf, SbavInK ut 
Sbampooiof. Ublldreo'eHatrneaMFont. Ladle. 
Sbamceeiu W «'g- 00BBiyltAr j, PMnrlau,. 



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AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

AT TBE VAKI0O8 FAIRS, 

For the SupenqrityJDyer all Others. 

FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT HI OLD 
Bitabllabraant, 1A. Laadeadorff street, oppbaito WbA 
Ubaar JUooae. aod at 

SQUARZA'S BRANCH 

BIT EEABrlY STBEST. BETWEEN PINB ANO BO 




tee jorBRAi. or autjeexihts. 



F,t , jt«l ma Dm la tne Y«ar *» 
I>_ BOQ>A.»DTJS 



•*« Kmlul •»•> 



oa* -» ■■H">«'°° ate. 



Below Mont#om»r7i 



sac Frarelaeo. 



^iSNEflDAI ...AOOCST 8, 1872 



AMP8EMKNT8, Etc 



••Art;oi. ** 
Ada Gra. "• 



I»lrope>lit»n Tl»»»«r». 

baa mil • dedaad kit. ar-d 51 rt 
_ MptirkUd Ut» twWlcf SiaFrm- 
o AnMAer large aod[.ao» tu tnml )Mt 
at.bt. el «• »1»T«"» o« Wller ..en tbaa on 
tbe Aral nlanl In tbe orltiaal rreacb pUf tba 
a, ratf.br of me eed.erioe 15 mon fall, emitted 
(or U.crf a Dubamel tba. In tbe trao.lation. 11 It 
11 mete toajpear tbat be did not draw a tiatol on 
Cora, bot u at aba .1 tempted to aboot bin), and io 
tba etrnfsl. tba plitol want off and wooodad ber 
wbl!a Corf, wu attempts, to lata it from bar. 
Tba tianatation baa altered tnia incident In order 
to «!*• Ct™ toant excoaa for ber ur.-iola parreen- 
tiob of bar former loaer. Tbe p'a* la a aery loter- 
aatlcK ona-qoita aa rooob eo aa "Tba Rad Pocket 
Book. ' wokb bad anab a ran at tbla lb.ee tre. 



Ocnl.r Demonatr alion. 

In the eighteenth centruj Judge Powell, 
in England, meeting the Biihop of GIoucm- 
ter, who WM > firm believer in apparition,, 
gtid to him : 

" BiDee I ea» yon I bare had ocular dem- 
onttrttaiu 0! the existence of nocrainai 
apparitions." 

•' I am gltd j<m Bite become 1 convert to 
troth,' said tie biahop ; "bnt do jou aay 
actual ccnlar demonttntioni ? Let me 
know the particular.." 

•' Lilt Friday night I wu inddenly awak- 
ened by in uncommon noise, and I heard 
something coming up tuire and stalking 
directly toward my room. The door flying 
open, I drew back my enrtein, and beheld a 
faint glimmering light enter my chamber." 

" Of a bine color, no doubt?" 

"The light was of pale blue, my lord, 
and followed by a tall meagre personage, 
his locks hoary with age, and clothed in a 
long loose gown; a leathern girdle wan 
about his loine, his beard thick and grizzly, 
a large fur cap on hia head, and a long staff 
in nil hand. Struck with astonishment, 



DI8COBD9. 

It had aome grain! of truth. It least. 

That labia of the Sybarite, 
Tor whom, b;oanje one leaf waa created, 

The rote-strewn eoweh had no dellnbt. 
1 tbluk not even sanguine .You'll 

Expect, ita gold wliboai alios ; 
Bui Utlt ft ami the sober truth : 

a little piln can mar much Joy. 

'Tit pity that one thwarting thought, 

Owe adverse chance, one tuddan fear, 
One ehaip regret, can turn to naught 

The fall content that eoems io near I 
But this strange life of ours abounds 

Wltb notes so subtle, they affosw 
A thousand discords and harsh sounds 

For one harmonious, otrfect chord, 

"A Barking; Dog Never Bit..." 

fiever be afraid of a barking dog, a« he 1» 
a class of tbe canine species who never bites, 
and is better known aa the cur-dog. There 
are a class of men just like the above dog, 
who are continnally blowing; about what 
" they're going to do," etc. le\- they never 
accomplish anything, from the faot that 
they consume so much of their time worry- 



Cot hia Aa.wtr. CKT 

It doesn't do to askyonr wife connndruma 
because women are eo perverse that they 
wont always give the expected answer. The 
Indianapolis Evening News says that a man 
in that city has decided to cease conun- 
drum making. The other day he asked his 
wife why he waa like a donkey, and she 
said because he was born so.' This re- 
minds us of a conundrum wbioh a friend of 
ours pnt to bis wife— he was always strug- 
gling to get at somethiog verbally t trocions. 
" if j dear," be said, " why am I like one of 
Martin Farquhax Topper's books ? " "Be- 
cause you're so stupid," was the instant re- 
ply. He hasn't been so much of a first-class 
idiot siooe. 



Witcet Cheer Xjaataxtetryr 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat ] 
ronlsad by oa mi body. 



' D Dili 1 1 Till Ml »V II UVaft, Tf leu Havauaia*-**,) 1 - 

I remained for some time ■otionta. and | ing and fretting about what the^ neighbors 



Al'titinbrm Theatre, 

A crowded Dense listened list ollbt to the lear- 
ned disoenrse of Benet-sr Hart on the Difwinlan 
Theory uvd ether matters. Ocol Bareess, Add 
Rymanend Cherl's BaltOD fairly broaabl down 
the bonis .o-Toa.a.usrDe.'eben.y end Hentler 
were -scored iitla Md'n-ia to their artistio 
ducts. end tbe *etf lanihaWe lk.ub of 'The 
BwjEJ.pb.wot." in which Be* Hart, San Rickey, 
Hut Fanny Oifcsoa. Add Braid. Obar.ei Sottos. 
J. RcWeroaand J. Kemp appeared, lermicated 
cat of toe beti bills of tie «ai:n. Il wilJ be aitea 
team ic-nifLi. 

BelU Union. 

Tie KtTicldi Brothers io tbeir fr'al act Of "Tb* 
Hatpy Hoiuoiote." Ooarlw Coriell in "The Core 
i»bat tSpoou,'' Jaooie Johnaon ia ber aario-oonuc 
accx*. Maiia ZoaJ and M>k» Joiepbioa io doable 
■ oof and dance, Mre. Charlee Coriell in ' Dmeo 
Iron Home," "One Nlftt in a Barroom," "Bli^k* 
ind Jicke," "Jdme Oaaa;otgar," and the fame of 
•WaoUd,"* Hn»b*nd." are joaieof tbe -rttract- 
Itb features in the protrraoime to be KiTtn thii 
•reninc, 

American Theatre. 
Jos e atajfUld Io b»Ua<J», Tommy McLanghllain 
* Iig», M »n Jl-y Leroy in f«noy danoee, and many 
otkers. •nJJeppear to-night- Tke procraianiecom- 
priiffa the popnlir plaje of "Tbe MtHlctr of San 
^rancl»eo J, -rnd•'Th•I>ranka^d. ,, "The Mnrder of j 
tbe Ko-K:oz Klao" u in rtbe it*'. 
Pacific Hall. 

The first of tte aeries of orcbetitra) ooncerU 
|iveo atPac-fk Bail Utt niabt waa l»nt.-:> att^cc*- 
td. Tee prorframme was a well-arranged one and 
aad thematic was beiatifally perforated. One 
of tbe fomi of tbe performance was the entre set* 
" Rotamaade." by Sbnbert. Idiis Helen 0. Dia- 
Ceon f aiaed app'anae for her canzone in tba tint 
part, and ia tbe second part was forced » yield to 
me demand of iheandiecoe aod repeat MaeWs 
' hooscf Home." Tnt.se who stajed away from 
tme concert because they iboogbt tbe moaio 
woald be too lererely classical for their taste and 
eomprefceE' ioa made • mistake by which they were 
tae 1 01 eet. AH conld nnderjtand Scbnman'sde- 
licioos "ReTene," aad tbe etlniag " Cavalier '■ 
Tro»," and the joyous "Bio* Danabe Waltw." 
mast certainty be pronounced "popalar none." 
The Leztooacert w.Il be glvea on Sundiy tre- 
n ng. 
Mercantile Library Hall. 

Dr. Payne delivered tbe second of his series 
of star I set ores Us. night, and tbe aadience were 
well pteaeed .wuh boib sabiect and style. Many 
of teem will donbi:eia pay mors cans. deration 
in latere 10 the observsnee of tbe golden rales of 
pOy*.cat life aa said down by Dr. Payee. Tba 
tcird lectors wrtl be delivered this evening, and 
will consist of a description of tbe tbroa', lings. 
fccart and other organs, with tbeir ates aad 
abase;. 
Bt-nefit of Sl£norlna Sp-ranza. 

Sfgcoriaa Adelira Speranra, the popalar prima 
dossa, w.llbethe recipient of a complimentary 
benefit at Piatt's Hall on the 15tb. Signora As- 
aoata Seeraasi.a prims doDDft eontr&lio, will cp 
pear on tnls oocas;on for tbe first unt la public in 
ids city. Other artists of acknowledged talent, 
M well as tne pupil, of Maesvio Bperanza's Masi- 
eal Ia.titate. will a'so apptar at ue eame time. 
The ooaeert will be given coder tbe dire:toi8bJp 
of Senor Eperscai. 
Joe Marphjr. 

Joe Marpby opened Io "Help" at the Opera 
Hoase, Sen Joss, 00 Monday to an immecie boose, 
many being unable to obtain admission, "Help" 
sci. site Saa Jose people ezaeJy, and tbey ilock 
to see it. Joe Murphy ts tbe only star who conld 
draw a boas* id Saa Jose, and be feels rather 
ironde of husnocesi. 

Woodward's Gardens, 

The euis'aj Pemlly attracted over 8.(60 people 
on Sonday. They perform again Eatnrdaj and 
Sunday. The Cortis Brother* perform Tuesday. 
Tbarsday and Saturday evenirgs, when ska tea are 
free. 

AjUToaTOaU. Musruat .— One of the* most 

ooapele eollectiooe of the kind in the United 
Bute*, comprising hundreds of costly and been- 
: fui *u models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at the Mneenm on Montgomery street. Aa 
poor may b* profitably spent here- 
in Place of a Club Boom. 

1 here are f octal clabs in Ban Francis o. bnt 
they are of an Mclusiee character, nod It is 
not ic tbeir rcoms that tbe w:u and good fel- 
Iowa abont town moat do congregaie. Tne Lick 
Honse Saloon Is more like a clnb room than 
anything elee. It eras alwaya heantlfnl, aad 
the late lmpro-vements hare made It perfectly 
fiorgeont. Tha walls have been boaoUfolly 
freacoed, a magnificent TeWet carpet imported 
directly from Brussels has Deea laid down, and 
the artistic earrings executed In California lau- 
r*l, the coetly glass and sUrer ware, the mlr- 
icrs aod nataes, gl T e thU STmposliim a most 
brilliant apnearuce. The win** and Uqaori 
are the rery rarest and beat, and lTe^srt, Pon- 
txb a Lewis nnderatand their bnelneai go well 
that eTeryone feels at home. The Lick Honse 
Balocn Is one of the lnatitntiona of Ban Fran- 
ci. r, and shonld to eeen by all. x 

Csqti aril's Puncbea, 

One of the most famous inatitntlone of Oall- 
romlaliSqr- -»"e Punch. It is found in •Tery 
tity. Tillage 1 mining camp in the State, It 
Is delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
ales . The proprietor of this delightful bever. 
# . «.e notifies his patrong that he haa opened at 
bo. 817 Kearny street, between Pine and Bnah 
rireets. a Baa* a of his eld and popular sym- 
, cdum en Leldeaaorff street. , 



gilent. The figure adTinced^ ataring me 
fall in the face. I then eaid, 'Whence, and 
what art thou?'" 

"Whit wbb the answer— »U me— what 
was the answer ?" 

"The folloitiDg was the answer I receired: 
•I am watchmui of tbe night, an't please 
your honor, and made bold to come np 
fitaire to ioform the family that their street 
door waa being open, and tbat if it was not 
eoon shut tbey would probably be robbed 
before mor ning."' 

A JBdgrxaent aa San Jose. 

The people of San Jose li»e chiefly on 
pork, a meat which has tbe effect ef making 
people stupid and obe'inate. It fiies to the 
head, like whisky, and makes them pig* 
headed. No wonder those people don t care 
anythiog about moeic and the drama. Now 
a judgment has fallen on the city. The 
Mercury of tbe 4th has over half a column 
of pleasant Sunday reading, headed "Tri- 
china Bpirtlie," telling how Mrs. Harrition, 
of San Jose, discorered trichina in a ham. 
This ham waB not grown in San Jose, bnt 
came from Chicago. It was fonnd to be 
Bwarmiogwith trichina. The Mercury seya 
that the disjovery of the existence of these 
pan.ei.ee in I.Jint-is destroyed the .trade in 
that part of the conntry. It thus espresBBB 
it: 

Tbe consequence was thata large quantity 
of hams, bacon, shoulders, etc., were left 
on hand. Some of it was inspected and de- 
stroyed, bnt tbe most part was still held, 
and tbe increasing California demand has 
induced some conscienceless dealers to ship 
the deceased meat to this coast. 

We don't know how the Mercury can call 
pork alive with triohina, "deceased meat.'' 
We hope thie judgment which has fallen on 
the ohaw-bacons of Sac Joee will lead them 
to live cleanly henceforth, to change their 
diet and become Satheiic in every way. 

Tery Pretty 1 

The Call's amateur critic, whose amusing 
blunders have fonnd their way into the col- 
umns of the Eastern press, supplies more 
food for laughter in his notice of the first 
appearance of Miss Ada Gray, in which he 
says "and the withering words of rage were 
depicted to the life." To depict withering 
words of rage to the life without a paint- 
brush certainly requires some skill. We 
wonder if the proprietor of the Call doesn't 
"depict" "d— a il !" sometimes, when he 
reads the blunders of Ma cheap critic. 



are doing that they have no time to attend 
to their .own affairs. They bore all their 
acquaintances about "putting a head on" 
■ome one," or theyll " make him sick," or 
perhaps with " I'm going to warm him," 
etc This class of buncombe blowers are 
not worthy of notice ; never pay attention 
to their talk ; it is like eo much gas they 
have to get rid of in some manner, and tbey 
take this method. They are more to be 
pitied than otherwise. 

Not So. 

Loafers don't make their bread. 

Fast men don't get on in tbe world. 

Men who are always indulging in "smiles" 
are not the happiest. 

Love isn't fattening because it increases a 
man's sight?. 

A loose companion isn't afraid bf getting 

tight. 

A theatrical supe iBn't always a broth ef a 
boy. 

Polite Man! 

Of course this didn't happen in Califor- 
nia, where men are always polite to ladies. 
A man entered a railway carriage, seated 
himself next to a lady, and pulling out a 
pipe and some tobacco asked : "Madam 
does the smell of tobacco annoy you?" 
"Yes sir," answered the lady, "very much 
indeed." "Then yau'd better get out," said 
the man, "for I am going to smoke." 



Tne Laurel Palace. 

In London and Paris are many beautiful sa- 
loons where wines and other liquid refreah- 
ments a/e dispensed. Search these cities 
through and it Is doubtful whether you conld 
find one equalling In beauty, tasteful adorn- 
ment and elegance the Linrel Palace, just 
completed by Mr. George Eahman, at the north- 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like it has ever beta seen, never was such 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon . The 
interior Is fitted-np throughout with polished 
Calitornia Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on all sides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed In the most artistlo man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, fligs, and 
clusters of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality In keeping with the coetlinesB of the 
saloon. Everything is the beet that money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, the choicest 
brandies, and the veiy best brands of domestic 
spirits ma? be found here. A. Bpacions cellar 
rune urder the bbIood, and here are stored, In 
Hera, liquors and wineB In the wood. Tbe 
Laurel Palace will be a favorite resort for tboae 
seeking refreshment after tbe theatre and be- 
tween tbe acts, aod will be famous as arellable 
place for the purchase of lamily stores, In tbe 
way of wines and liquors. j 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZEK'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

R.E. ear. JsmbuoB. sum Keara; rt«. 

rpHE GRKAT ERA CIO AT OR OF HPEOlnX 
X 0OMPLAIKT8. formerly of Look Hospital > 
London, and the list twelve yeare or San Franole- 
00. DR. TOZKB informs tne sffliewdtnat sftar 
viaitinwall thr HO S P IT ALS IN LONDOI? AND 
PARIS aadspendina one year m tbe nvet cele- 
brated Hospital In London, tbe LOCK, be has re- 
opened hi« old Medical Inemcteat tbe old aiaatt. 
where be can always be fonnd. DR. '10ZBR has 
tor forty yean mat with unparalleled encoesa la tba 
treatment of disease generally known aa CHRON- 
IC AND SPECIAL COMPLAINTS. DR. TCZBt 
le in every way responsible, binding bimsalt to 
effect a permanent CC-E, or making no cherfea, 
Tbo?e who cannot afford to pay for advioeaad 
medicine will be chanted for medicine co'y. TUB 
MONTHLY RBoTORATlVE PILLS, never known 
to fail in g-fvintt relief in cases for which tbey are 
recC'in mended, are to be obtained only at aw 
office. Price ?-5 par box. Foil direction on saw 
box, sent by Exp: ess or otherwise. 

DR. TOZEB df-es not imitate the advertising 
Qns,oks who make it a practice to pnbliab fsJse 
affidavits snd other false refereste', cat refer* t* 
tbe moEt respectab!e net pie In tie State, whom be 
has ctkeb of dises&e* watch others ha*« lailed to 

Bat. CIlAra. EL TOZKB, 

N. E. corner Kearny and: Jackson etreete, 
m j Utt Sap Franctaoo. 

The X^vro 

"HOT SCOTCH'S." 

IS Morton street, near Kearny, 

...,UH>.... 

188 Sutter street, 1 door below Kenrny 

All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c 

HOT Lr.VCH IVEB1 MOHT. 

Eng-li.sli Ale on -Dratigriit: 

FELDMAW A BB1GG9. 



SeTvInjj Machines for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 11 C PoBt Btreet. Al£o, Agency for 
Milie'u Adjustable Treadle. z J 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Rdbb House CanioBeB, can be 
lonnd in front of Coleman Bros, clothing ee- 
tablienmenr, Bonthweet cornet B b and Mont- 
gomery stB. , or Dexter Btablets. Carriwre orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. BO 



A. Pleasant L.ocatlon. 

Persons desiring oomfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, sncmld visit tbe Alhmnbra, 
and Inspect tbe £ne BnlteB of roome to let there 
Toe building is a Terr fine one and Is well, 
lighted and ventilated. * 

X>o You Jttaow 

That wltli Btrrxasiox's Parrxaws yon can cut 
snd mate any garment. to at perfectly r Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. B. 
a, Dernlsg, sgeut. office o: tbe Hcwe Sewing 
Machine, Ho. 113 Kearny street, between Butt % 
snd Post. Rao 'Francisco, ■ 



MARKS WILZXNSKT, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

DEALER 1* 

Hayana Cigars and Tobacco*. 

KOB.THBAST CORNER OF 
BVSD AND KEABNY 8TKEITI, 
SAN l-RANGISOO. jylSlm 



Old Eatubilehed 3Iexlx 

The oldest established shirt manufactory and 
the best la the city is the PIOFEER BHIBT 
MANCFACTORT. 327 Kearny street, between 
Pine and Eut-h. Everything in tbe way of gen> 
tlemen's furnishing goods at the lowest pilcas. 



jSvltcuretiicr ttie Scat. 

It is cnrioup, but true, tbat J. A. Bhaber, 
70? Market street, near Third, ehould sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper than any other 
dealer in this city. Tiy him and yen will be 

CCLViCC'.a. X 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a hat Is Tax Eai Biobk, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny. The 8lock is Immense, the fatsh- 
ions are the lstest, and the pikes are tbe 
lowest. • 

To trie rnfortunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial. Established In 18C4, for 
the treatment of chronic and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Qlbbon will make no charge un- 
less he effects a c ure. a 

What Cheer Laundry 
Ia the b*st larindry in Ban Francisco 

-fclealtJi avna. Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasures la Ban 
Francisco. Xothingis more pleaaant, 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 and one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Oamtge Hand. Frank Bon* 
ton has there, and at Lib stables ion? Stockton 
street, carriage* of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experience*, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of tbe above la: 
go to Frank Bonton at tbe Occidental Hotel 
when sou want a carriage. 



Lire "Well. 
Thoee who eat good dinners are amiable. 

Bad feeding is the cauaeof many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
Ingto a trec-t, at the cornet of Dunbar Alley, 
live weU, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the public since 
849, provides for bis customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, ealmsgundl soup, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. Tbe beet cup of tea in the 
city — Er,gii-h breakfsBt tea -- Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. e 



Foreign and Domestic Drngg. 

Asaaytre, Bakere, Ooc recti oner a. Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, ana all manufictrrers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the cash price list of Strth, Echmldt 
& Co., importers, {sncceit-crstoHui. a Bcnmidtj 
G3o Commercial St., one door below Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horton'a Tobacco Anudote. i? 



rfew Style Jewelry, 

Strangers and others oonten: listing making 
purchases of Jewelry should im-pect A. Hirach- 
man's elegsnt stock of new styles of jewelry, 
watcheB and silverware, at 133 Kearny street, 
between 8utt»sr and Poit. Everything at loweet 
cash rates. 7 



S. F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

JSookeeUer-a and Him loners. 
H. H. l\!oorE,M'i Montaromery, near Merchant. 

Botchers. 
Lumsden. John E.. Stall 9. Occidental Market, 

Sutter street aide 
Eats. Fred, Stalls 94 to 100. California Market. 

Hrnss Founder-tee, 
Weed i. Kingwell, California, 125 First si. 

Cloth Ins; (Retail). 
What Obeer Clothing Store, 401 Kearpy, cor. Fine 

French Fancy Gomla. 
Locan ft Co., 19 Montgomery. 107 and 109 Sutter. 

II u men Ilulr. 
Sampson. A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Hoop i*n<l Corset Manufacturer. 
M. Freud, 36 Second St., Wholesale and Retail. 

Jewelry. 
Laird, D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 

Mechanics' ToeU. 
T. Qaigley, Mannfacttirer, 914 Market et. (Spirit 
Levele made and repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Baker, W. ft Hins, 6 and 7 Smter.and 906 Market 

Mtule and Maeleal Inatrmnenta. 
Keene, O. C, mftr. aecordiacs, repairer of all kinds 
mnsioal inetramente, 203 Kearny. 
Maccaresl Munufacinrera, 
Brignardello, Maocbiavello ft Co., 706 hansoms. 

New* und Stationery Stand. 
A, F. Patton, Stationery sod Books, 6u0 Market t. 

Oysters (Importers and wholeealaj . 
Doans ft Co.. No. 92 California Market, 

Sxsloona. 
"Banks o'C!;de Saloon," 667 Market s'.reea. 

btwlna Machines, 
"iUcoxAGJbDB.S. M. Oo., 113 PoetsL 
Wheeler ft Wileon, 427 Montgomery 

Wines and Uqnors (wholesale). 
Danen F. ft Oo.. 604 Front. 

VPhltener. 
James O. Sellers, No. 31 Second street. 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

r\0 NOT ALLOW YOUR8ELYE8 TO BE 111,, 
*-' poses uponanylonger by ourcbating TTCK 
UABKKSS which are neither dnrable nor 
practical. Before pnrcbasing one, or Graff ft Co "a 
make, and if you have one already tb&t is not Graff 
ftOo'e make, throw it away, get a good one, audi 
you will save both time and monsy. Tbe self-rec- 
jetering slides of Graff ft Go's TUCK MARKER 
are invaluable, and ought to be examined by all 
ladles. F. SMITH. 

Sole Ag9n'. and Manufacturer, 
jyl8 1m No. 686 Sacramento si. <op ajaire.) 



Tbe Best Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Lset Chance, for pain. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot PUls, for all bilious complainta 
I. R. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial Etreets, sole agents. * _ 



Ci-aivoTAST.— Madame Clara ftatonla, the 

clairvoyant, Independent Trance Medium. 
Office, 426 Kearny Street. Consultations trj 
English, French and German. q 

Removal. 

NewelTe Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
4 n immense business for tbe past year though 
bidden away np two flights of stairs. Now It 
has come out in full view of everyone and 1b es 
tabliehed at 136 Montgomery Btreet, Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is now fast monopolising 
■It the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous, for perfect fitting 
ahirtfi at low prices, and Newell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of our best citizens, a 



Good Tliinars. 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, Ins. 
clone and plquante, are Invited to call In at 830 
Bush street, nearly opposite the alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jones ft Schroeder'e celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 h. to 12 at night, oa 



Use Eeodte's WosnKBm. BnxratiTio Lno- 
atzsT. Then youll remember me. a 

Cavr sand Btesuner News Agency . 

ft. Kronberg, the newi agecst tor the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B.. beside* 
attending to the daily distribution of Fieuao 
among the pasaengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and ail 
the Eastern illustrated papers and nmgaalnea, 
tt San Francisco prices • 

A bzal HavAKa at Marks Wflriuskl's "Bul- 
letin" Oigar Store, northeast corner Bush and 
Kearny, u a real Havana. Huff oed. * 



The Old Oyster House. 

For tbe last sight years The Bivalve kept by W 
Spreen 640 Market Btreet, has been the fashionable 
oyster house of Saa Francisco, Tbe private rooms 
op stairs are very popular for wedding parties and 
supper psnies. After the theatres call at the Bi- 
valve three doers below Kearny for your oysters. 

Dear Mel How She Paints t 

N. B. — Use Dicext'b famous CazxE de Lib 
and they can't see It. B 

To Those -who Are .Bald. 

Do not fail io call at 218 Bush street (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden's Hair Restorative. y 



Clean Your Walls, 
James C. Sellers, whitner, 31 Second Btreet. 



WOTIC3B 



TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 
ASSESSMENTS. * 

prBLIC NOTICE IS II K It Mi V 

called to the following redactions— oa 

rich men's pro t»erty— made by the Board 

of Supervisors now In session as 

"Beard of Eqm.llzi.tlon." tabes, from 

he Evening BnlleHa of Monday, Jttly 

2Sd. 18TS: 

Back of California Euiiditg, from fI2£,0C0 to 
tsAOWp 

w. A. Macon dray, lot on SaoBome street, from 
$65,100 to>9a,Nv. 

K. W. Barr. lots and baildicgs in Twelfth Di 
trict. from $173,800 to * '26.WA,. 

Dennis Mabcnfy, lots on Pacific, Larlun aod 
Jackson strasti, $44,000 to f33,WtO. 

D. Maboney, bnildinss on Pclk and Jackeou 
streets. $20,000 to $1 V W. 

Goddtrd A Co., batldinrs occop : ed by Pacific 
Iron WorIi6, First street. »3lt,000 to fai.OW. 

Radc'lph Jordan, the old f lipptr Restaurant 
bnildiDp, WssbiDrton sireet. $2',<lJ9 to$l?.0O0. 

Rudolph Jordan, lot SOxli-ft. fii.O'O to SliJ.WO. 

Rober'. Wnlt, btiildicsr, $2fi,0(JO 'o 114.00(1, 

H, D. Cos swell, two-story briolt baild.ng; and 
basement, POjW, northeast corner of Clark and 
Iroststreats.$20.fWj to$.5.0v«. 

Etc., etc., etc., etc. 

J-et any poor man compare the redac- 
tions mud e above oa the property of 
these wealthy citizens with that made 
ou his own little homestead— if the Board 
delgued to make any— sand remember that 
these men arc mostly chronic office seek, 
ere, and will be sore to be np for aome 
office at the Dext election. Is there any 
any poor man who would vote for them 
aaajaln for Supervisors, to five them e\B 
opportunity to form another Board of 
Zqn..Uzation-fer the Bleb, 

ij-l tt A. ©. • 



TO LET. 
FURNISHED SUITSTr SINGLE ROOMS.. 

....AT THX.... 

WEBB HOUSE, 

87 Second street, opposite Grand Hotel* 

THTB HOUSE HA8FIBE St?KI?T ROOMS, 
with a Rf stsnrant connected: aleo. Baths, 
with hot and cold water. Parties wutungaqnist 
and select place woald do well to call snd see 
them. jil.lm 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE. 

HAYWAHDS. 

10XY OArLES PBOPKIETOB 

Firat-Class Hotel. 

jjl5 «m 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor, Second and Tehama *u e t*. 

■OF" Terrapin oonstantly on hand. 
Oysters in every style, PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOB PAB-TIM. 

Tnr. il La 



Philadelphia Restaurant* 

OHAfl. V. BKRGOLD. PBOPRIEiDR. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED*. 
an" 



and most popalar Restaarant io 
San Franoirco. The Tables are enp- 

plied with the best in market. Board- 

by the week. dOS PINE STREET, josUbore . 
Montromery. mar3-3 lm 



wflv 



MRS. M. A CTJM MINGS, 

MAGNETTO AND TRANOE HEALING MK- 
diam. No S-lS'-j Fo torn sireet. PoblicCir- 
ee, Tnesdays, WednsBdaja, and Frid&js, at"::a 
M.v. AdnaitBion 25 cents. jj'22 lm. 



J. M. LOANE'B RED LlOlf 
SALOON, 10 Geary street, near 
Kearny aad Dnpont. sey- The 
oboloeet Wines and Llaoors: 
English Ale and Porter always- 

- . _ ondrenaht. Yon will always find 

OLD daV£ MENDEB fiojinew Manaeer, there- 




to attend. 



apS 







MWm£€MW 




THEATHZ ROTIfiSERIE, 
Dnpont st., ana door sooth of SasJt, 
MABOHANT) ATE OF THJ 
"Rouseerle Xtewtaaract" of iht Ulioi 
dub Proprietor. — The Tables prori 
led with sal the Deboaolae of air aaaaoa. 
ssjr-OreTBliC Ot KTE&Y frryijt tBttst- 



<*?: 




IMPORTERS 



•J. J) | FURIISHED ROOKIS 

" ' Hud SliMp-r Moctt- 



■ 1 Misery Wood * 




WEST END HOTEL 



AT PACIFIC HALL 

OaUXS 8A0BD 

li ORCHESTRAL CONCERT! 



. ■•NBt^jW'.h* 



EBTROPOLITAN THBATRB 



tti- 



IRBT CUTL^VTVJ 



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chh.su 11 am» port i ir bisk 

MB»B "« . 7KU trtitus 



MISS ADA GRAY 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



. . . — — 

WANTED— A HUSBAND 

TMIB r.VENINO AUOl'IT II 



ADOC7IT • 



, I «ti»t ironiM pwtil Fvamin ki.tiji. 

■ ' lOsIS SC"*" !' V' V- C • rt I'ornoil !•■-.. .1,.. -.ton oC SBMB 1 ..I Orlutt.nl Urnai 

A««, IV..111 i»..- IV.-ik li ■■' M. It. I. .11. 



»IU »»«» Ft*fB OS 



•cwdat rvtwmo avouit 11 

A Fall ft of 40 I entrant. 

masww mi criiiitin 
■Alio OF TBS CAI.IFOR.VIA THEATRE 

04). ov<rm« > >!■■ 



MOI.4 

■IS Mtin C DtltTOl. SUSTITOS Hf IMICHS 



rituun&MMK, 



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»n «* to mitoir? 



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»• 
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• 40FO-TI- T.«> *r ((•*>•- KrCSm 

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"» l "« OH44.4. ki Mr. Urn. >• aurl,... 

4 »ALTI-<*».I. ».,,. brmiCM 

iiiieu-utou) 

•. «nrajrro»B-w,iu«» t.i Roman 



VbiH« w<lll >.HUI lAIUHDlt.il It ■ 

^__ ■ ■■—.•. .— *. Fifty C—t. oglr*. 
"•"*" FlIlT !>•!. 

°*»**rt »• mmum ** • m iiiiir. 

thmhTsmiio corictHnuisMraEli^lim 



471 A-BttCT-E 47! 



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mm nn trim n m. r«... 
Slot m li'mmi, w miom »awt> 4 
vidujh »«• •< i*> 

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rami i ri villi. n.»r.r»i,h ituui 

E». frw»d r.iho, 14.. fkjilciu 

MR. CSin-JJBD. iMfOTUal wIimw, kalaclMtlMl 
FoBIDBBT OF TBI OOCBT OF U11ZU 

tor. 44'o«u.Q«Mm 

OLD tratOM. MlMri MM! «t taibl 111 MO 

foreman or jcbt 



officm 

LB, »bo only w.otod bir own w», .Iv.?. lob* w*ll 

«»Brit.i.i5K.n»wHB««i 

HUB. DrBiMIL.44olh.rol Uw prMootr 

MM POWSOS. 0»Tiro»nto Miroillf 

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■■»• ADA. QRAT 

W. J. 0OOO«\»ELt 

BARRY ConRTlIX« 

WILLIE BIUMI 

...FTilBB RBI 

JOUR WO0D1RO 
-W. BOBTIBR 

aio. r. bird 

FRANK BSA 

MR. BBLUOCI. 

B. J. CBOWEU. 

MB HAVES. 

W. GRAHAM 

J. WALIERg 

MISS FANNY ViU'Nil 

MISS MAOOU MOORE 

MRU. FRANK RBA 

MI88 BOB F09TEB 

KI88 ADA DEAVE9 



Tho 



BY Til 



B"Hi —mm •»< Pan. 
L*»l>j>y- Botteutoiai 



■4 SO 4 PlBCl, 

GrOUCBD BACK, not 

IBBIN .''ARRIR ARVBTRORO 

R*IU4 

D*lb'l4-il|Hl »M«» 

UlUB -D,l».n from Bomr MRS. CM»J. COKIllt 

t Blimtoi PhMtg—. tartilWi ObotoaI 

ONE NIGHT IN A ISARItOOM! 

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IUiiH«t«r rbu ftttin.l i« I Fir . IWbJ I 4,1,11 



aflaale 

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ACT 1. The Trial n. la XUotle. Sentenced. 

ACT G. The Mootliifp. JPrlce of Silence. 

ACT 3. HndncHs. 

ACT 4. PurHiilt o< the Dnntforous Letter. DEATH. 



SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock ADA GRAY MATINEE 



SUNDAY EVENING MISS ADA ORAT IN ARTICLE 47 

ir^' ultffirjt Furniture Bets in thl« Pl»y an from tbe Furniture Hoitce of N. P. Oole it Co. 

tTaT'Tbe Pltno u«d In this The* t re in from Huerm.o ft llyde's, Anenw for the celebrated Weber Pianos. 



" C*m will l-.Te the Theatre for the Ulraloo and North Beach urerr nl«b t at the close of the performance. 



Oeneral <Ad«tHlon V 1 OO i ParqiKt SO 

»r-M < Irrlr und OrckHtn, B«Mrr-d H«.U... 1 «" Uilltr* «S CeiiU 

I*rlY>»le B«xc* tO OO) aOrSeaU nar be Baonrad Six Days in adTanoe. .tB> 



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Mr. ilp.ni 
fcir«. Hip-n 


BLINKS 

-at><i-ao-ba«a«n 
B-aDd-io>baca 


AND JINKS. 

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...Carr.m tbupaaun 



OOTJ5 WHATHIMMTv. I II AUI.M (UHIKI.L 



Mine. Onair-ntfar...... J. H.Iarkin 

Fomp 1*4 11 Kellf | Mao»«ir Tomir.j Barton 



Oonoladloc with the New and Ortgloal Pares ot 

Wanted-- A Husband 

Old Blooome. Father to Mar ottn M. Sinclair 

Onaa. Trnawnr'b;, in Iotk witn Mirlatte R. O. Marib 

D-nnia O'Bnati. ao FrlitiOgot Loa McCarthy 

Harr Ubdb von UuriictiC'iterj. a Qeiman ,). II. Lukln 

Ofadiah Paraon-. a live Yankee Tommy Barton 

Lntitia Hnmme^meD. a a' ronx -minded woman. .Jontiin Johnaon 

Ab OhingChow a Heatben Uhires Matt Kally 

Julin« rJaoDtbil.a Ifttb Am Ldmant Jo^njlo-n 

Miaa Mariette bluoome. in love witD Charles Mirnis Fillmore 

Anoette t ) 

(iarine -'Slocom '• Niocm. V 

Kmtna ' ) — 



IN PRf PARATIOH -THE DICE OF DEATH I 



I 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 
SUITS 



$50, 



LANCASTER'S 

• IT WUHUOTO- ITRBET, 
jrll im Opo. MMvlre'B Opara Hooae. 



FRONTIER * BELLEMERE, 
Manufacturing Jewellers, 



I AxiU mmM I4«»rta Lsttcra, 

■JNITUI OF WATCNJI a FINE JEWELRY 

144 MOHTOOM IK T STREET, 
>/tl '1 Oa» door oortb ol jynhiBgton. 



Tahoe Billiard Hall. 

jPi-wmb BSe Mont«omerr, to 

lVo. -41'T' Hofirny Htrect. 

L. STORE k J AB. M . WHITE, PROPR'S 

Tfcla clecant Blltltard m-rt la fair- 

' with tba ben BUM rd Tablaa and Bar itock. 

"la* and Readinc Roome Patrooara of oor 

* lb* public ratccctfall/ lolicited. jjl 1 



sSis 



FREE DIDACTIC LECTURE 

....TO THE 

GERTI.EMEN OF LA BELLE 
SAN FRANCISCO, 



X*IjA.TT'Bi 



:a.z>Ij, 



ixtP 

1 ™ Mill- ■ 



GET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 



— ASD— 

F A 1ST 



Repaired wh*>ra tbej aro 
made the seatoat and oheipcBi— at 

O. J. M. VKTRR'B, 
jvll liii iBif8 Montgomery street. 



MONDAY F.TF.JiIXO AVO. lVlh 

QN "THE 8001AL EVIL-0ADBE8 AND 
Core— How to Arud Trooble in tbe Domeatio 
RalatlorjB." etc., »nd other Patbolo'ical and Social 
pslatatparialsiof toHaoand hi* Rotation, by 

»B. PATJfF, or »T. I.OVIS, 
Author aod Phjaiclan. now at RTJS8 HOUSE, 
Farias* 37 and », read, b» toleatlflo examination 
to tell yen joor diseate without aeklng a qneation. 
aledicil Ksamlnatioo, Si; Aothropolpcloal Eiam- 
iDatlon, (nclnding; Book, $5. Remambor. FREE at 
PLATT8 HALL, MONDAY NIOHT. ao8 td 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



\BOLABRD BY TBB JUIIOBB AT A LATB 



MM Filr 11 tbi AjBirUwoInititdli, ifuri blind 
I4ld trial ifilB.t Btilnw.i'i, ObloklrlDjf^, lad 
Snk b. THK BKBT OS r! X 11 1 BITldll. B. 
OUKTAS, ltoU> Ami. aa O'FimU ittwt. 



ol all .1,1.. TO BENT. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

tikoihia. onrr, 4IVAIU. 

TH IB BXBOAJIT THBATRB HAS BEBlt RBV 
dooontoa, u< tub, root** bj th« o]«bt or 
m*9 "BA ."*"*. M « l •""•Hof OOBOAIllM 
UMfoIlT 4144441 wltb oo ibpllMtloo 0, lnur 
w JOUJJ PIPES, 

« Muogoi uj mi, Proorlotor, 
r If Jf. u. KiCAliE, 
nblottoo nrMt, lu VnUKlioo. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 



arer twelve jaar ■ eenneoted wi th the pream of 

il»ean*e, and fa well known by tbe ■■■ban of 
I profeaaioD la the Ooloniea. b*n to in tit 
i* a* ia p»rap*y*d to r'f ejrperlenoed adr.. 



a ati ■■nil |o arre axparl*-; 
aa peef a-alonally fi*J«laff Of aaad I Utia t ■ 
the AniUalian Ooloolai. Fee njodarate. 
JJU in dUpauihlna r. pi lea atay be railed 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

THE NEW YORK PATENT CARPET RF No- 
vating Company, Patented December, 1670. 
Cleans and r*atorei earpete to tbe>r ortgtoal beau- 
ty and briRBIntBi without removing the lame 
from lb e floor. All Doit, Ore are, or Goal Smoke, 
ramovtd by onr pro<esa, anJ defaced oolora will 
booome as bright as when new. 

The quality if the restorative ia also not tnjori- 
on« to the rant delicate tabrio and tint, and is aa 
aotual preventive of moth and vermin. 

BAN FRANOISUO OKPIOE, 

No, 138 KEARNY STREET, ROOM 5. 

,y3l-lm « SIMON LKOPULD. Manager. 



NOTICE TO 

BOY8 AND GIRLS. 

THE FIFTY-CENT PENCIL HHARPENKR, 
for tbe ate of School Obildreo, le now .'or sale 
by the Manufacturer and Agrnt. JAB. STOTT 
IOOS Market street. ,a39 2w 



CANDIES. 

ALL KlrTDB OB THE FINEST CANDY 
made at our Steam Candy Faotory dally. All 
orders, especially from the ooantry. are solicited 
aad will be promptly attended to. 

CANTY A WAGRKR, 
lOT Montgomery at., near Hwtter 



CITY GARDSNS, 

Ctti-ner of Twelfth -and Folaoin atreete 

HVXOAT,.. AtOl'OT lltb 

AFTERNOON AND EVENING. 

GRAND JnlLITARY FESTIVVL 

OF THE GERMANIA RIFLES, OAPT. J. 
Sneidcr, BTliUBKN (iU ^K't.Cftpt. Wogbatr-, 
and the SAN FttAJtOlSCU FUSiJ-.fi.KKS, Oapt. 
(_; Uantus 

On whiob occasion the Commitleo p'edgs tbem- 
aelvvB tbat this will bathe oKUWfUAO PlONIO 
of the seaaon 

TWO (BRAND BANDS have been engaged and 
will be in attendance at. bnln Pavilions. 

GRAND OPEN-AIR CONCERT during thedfty. 

boats oa the lake, gymnnHinni and swings, free. 

Admission to the Gardens and all tbe amn«e- 
msBts. only £0 c nU : children half price; obil- 
dreo under alz years of age, free 



FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT 

Sayings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

tt9- A Dividend of Nine per cent, per 

■ uniim net (9 per cant.) apoo t ie operanonnoMhe 
French Savtoga and Loan Society for tbe six 
monthsending Jane 2fltb, 1872, b"«. In conformity 
with tbe report of the Committee of Verification 
appointed by tbe members of the Society, been 
declared by tbe Board of Admimetratton, at the 
Semi-Annufti Mooting h.td on the mh lost. This 
dividend will be payable on a-.d after the lath lust, 
at the office ot the Society, -(II Bcsb street. 
GUS'lTAVB HAHK, 
jt Mi Ina Director of I' re neb Sftvlnga Bank. 




ROMAN BATH 



s 



THOMAS W. BREE, 



» MAITOTAOTURER 

— ANI>— 

B EP AI H KB 



W7j DRUMS, BANJOS, 

UTUKB Bl'UOAL IJ'STKliJIKXJ' 



S8TABLIBHBD IB 184 



MRS. UPHIM HENDEE, 



CLAIRVOYANT AND MAGNETIC PHY8T- 
OIAN, Rooms 814 Bash street. Room 4a. 
OfSoe horns from II) to 1'2 and 2 to i PCBL'O 
BKANOJCS Thursday aad Satorday avenlDgs; also 
tlttlagw for bosieas*. irjU lm 



Bar Sugar 

L*UR BAiiE-filS KEARNY STREET, AT 
*■ MEROMra. Also, svnry Wed of Oandisa. 
WholsaaJs aad V alL 
aWtf _, HA urscFB, 



eap- Lessons given on tbe Banjo and Drom. M* 
dlSBlON STKKET, between First and Saoond 



llBOlurr BltvniXi.il iwiaavo iitov ■"« "««"«• 
N. B.— Flne-tonsd Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
•Mleaala always on hand. .alo t.f 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEREEPERS 

TABLBTWARE AND HOCBBHOLp 0O0D8 
of ma doMrinloo Irom whiob tho ilWir 14 
wore. 010 bo TO-pUted Id tbo fiooot lod moot doir 
lUiauiu .t tbo BAN FRANOIBOO HOLD 
AND 8ILVKR PLATING WORKS. 
.SA Bluloi otreet. m*U New BontioM. 
err ind Third. mirl In 



THB MUBIOAI, IlfSTrPUTKOF 
HASBTHU D. 8PKRAJIZA ll now 
opoo I or oumom ond priTAto pbpUo. Aoplr 
toKABBTjaO J>. BPSrAN£A. No. 1 7U» 
Powoll iknot. nXhf 



HALL'S 

V 

a rS Ll a 
yellow' 

DOCK 

IODIDE o'fPOTASS 

THB BEST BEAUTIFIES OF THE 

O O ZaC PIiEXI ON 

In nee. Oeres Pimples, Bolls. Blotchee, Rbou- 

ir'.*.ti.m and Msrourial Palna For sale by all 

"""'"• J. B.4>ATFJI*CO.. 

Proprletora, 
sDer. Blaaeone suid OonimcrUiil sta. 
SOLE AGENTS FOR 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
Webfoot PIUs. jqiotf 



Dr. Zeile'sfiew Russian .Turkish 
Housr r 

FOR LADIES AND GEtlTUInEN, 

Wo. SCB Purine street. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS RB 
labllebmi«nt of the kind. riTfiar la pr-"">e<i 
America. Ocnvenlent find separate apanraente. 
Bathing by Hteam, by Hot Air. and by Plata or 
Mcdioatoa Waters. Bailee of rooms la he earn* 
bnllding for pi*lv*t* patienta. 



TO LOVERS OF SONG AND SOCIAL tNJOYMEHT 

A etele<B Fi-ee-und-K«»>y at tho, 



CHARING 



* 



saIaOOh. 



UfiU MISSION 8T., TWO DOORS FROM 
\J\J\J Seooni., every Saturday avoning. Ohalr 
taken at 8 ;J0 p.m., sharp. G. W. Browo, (JOalrman 

Cribbage, Whist, Chess, Billiards, every night. 
London News, Punob, Boil's Lifo, Clipper, Day's 
Doings, Call and Figaro on tile. The best of Hot 
Panehes and Liqnors served. _ 

de23 tf J. EAGLES, Prorletor. 



S 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREPT anatomical museum 

And Callegre of Medicine. 

If! noil BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUCT- 
1 \r ." f\J\ t Ire objectn to be seen. Open to tbe 
PnblloDAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA LULL 
Bit* Montgomor- street. FOR MEN ONLY.MB 
' WW- Db. Jordan* ri riva: r Omoi, oppeel 
Meehanics' Fair. Bt I G«ar» etreat an 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

RELIEF TO ORIPPLFS.-THKl 
greii' success attending thol 
nan of DR. HALL'S OORW AND|, 
BUN ION 0U1> E has created con f' ' 
starnalion amorutet the eorn doo- 
torfl. Tbe public no lor ger pay a large fee 
temporary cure, when a ofts-oent bottle of Dr. 
BelPe Rrmedy will give immediate relief, tit 
effect a permanent cure for the worst Oorosaad) 
Bnniona. F. RIDKB. Agent, 

Jo5 tf B. R. oor Bosb and Dupont sta. 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IN OYSTERS. OLA-IS 
aadaU kinds of SHELL FTSH. 
Stale Noe. do, 41, At, Oellfomlft^ 
Hanat. aatrenee on Oallforola streat — 

polillo or private partiea and famtUee snppHsd 
fromfl A.U.U. 12 P. at. Ladtee' and Oestlemen'* 
Oyster Rooip open f roaa I a. at talSpji ia27Iy 



CHINESE £ JAPANESE GOODS 

M AYE R 8' B A Z A AR, 

Oor. Montgomery end Pine streeta. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Goods, fine French Fancy Articles etc., sto. A 
large slock of fine SOLID GOLD JKWKLRY. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINRLY FUT a-IBBJCD ROOMS. 8JH- 

gte or In anlts, 

Well 1J glued oud Ventilated. 

UnfnrnisQed Rooms to let. Lodging with 
ALHAMBRA BUILDING. 



MA. MERCER, SUCCESSOR TO O. EL 
■ Mercer, Wholesale and Retail Candy Mana- 
fectoy»r. Ol* Kearny etreet aad 1ST Sacea<> 
etreea. Sea Fraodaoo.' AaUbliahadaUol- Order* 
tilled to any aiUot left 



<.' 



^■LGrA. 



T JOURNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

iobed ererj Day In the Te»r *•* 
j. I>. BOOABCtTS 

WB Uerebant uod ttlW W-eblngton Ste 
Below Ment«omeiT. 8" Fr»*«»oo. 



FIUUAY. 



1S72 



Another Wmt. 

Tbe Sacramento Bee »f Monday bad the 
following among ita dispatches : 

Bumor ha« it ttiat a Vi^iUnce Committee 
has been orgautod in S.n Kraocisoo, to pat 
down ruBUuisoi. Doubtful. 

This will not be ueceeaary if all juries 
will perform their duties u oonacieL.ioa».j 
u the oorooer'0 Jurici lately impanelled 
bare done. These in several 1u stance! 
instead of beating about the bush, and say 
ing that "Tom Junta osCoe lo his death by. 
injuries received from a pi-tol in the bands 
of Bill Jaoksoo," or sometbiog of that kind, 
have brought In verdicts directly charging 
man-slayers with wilful murder. Now, If 
the jury in the higher court will oeaao to 
trouble their hwdi at to what will follow 
their verdict, and be content with bringing 
in a verdict in accordance with tbe evidence 
we shall have no need of a Vigilance com- 
mittee. When jmies cease to abrogate to 
to themselves the duties of judges, and sim- 
ply confine themselves to those strictly ap- 
pertaining to thtir position, murders will 
aease for a time. It will be aa well for the 
moral health of the communi'y to have at 
least bit hangings in the noxt six months, 
but tbeae can bo accomplished by due pro- 
cess of law, if jurymen wil! do their duty 
instead of commiting perjury through a 
sickly humanity. With murders ocouring 
almost daily it is full time something was 
done, and we hupe that it will not be fonnd 
necessary to couiLoee ihe Jury, in the many 
murder trials to come, entirely of idiots with 
no regard for the dotius which they owe the 
oommunity. 

Go Slow. 

A man in a mint w t « once told that he 
might take away one pocket-full of gold, if 
be would rnn straight home with it and not 
etop by the way nor touch his pocket. So 
he filled hie largest pocket full of gold and 
stir ted for homo. But as be was running 
down a little bill, tbe gold hnng heavy, tore 
off his pocket, and fell down lu the road. 
When he bad got home and [found bis gold 
and his pocket gone together, "Alas!" said 
be, "had I taken less, I ebonld have more." 
AH the real fun that we ever get, we must 
take in by little, temperate pookelfula. If 
wo overload once or twice, that ends the 
matter. That pocket will never hold any 
more fun at all. 



-Willi njt t Be. 

Mufiiagton while oroaeiog the Bay on the 
Oakland boat yesterday, was addressed by a 
gentleman as follows: "I beg your pardon, 
sir, but are you not Michael Reese." '-No, 
•Ir," replied MufBngton, "I am not— but 
I have oiten wis bed t > be." 



Bather Thin. , 

Tbe hay crop mast be a failure in some 
parts of Lower Canada, as it is reported 
that the grasshoppers there have got lame 
bopping from one blade to another. 

Sociable Farusra, 

Tobaoco juice is said to be the best exter- 
pator of potato bugs, wherefore farmer in 
Illinois invite tin ir neighbors to ' -cue win 
picnics" in their potato fields. 



An Old Landmark. 

The Terandab Cigar Btore, at the N.E. corner 
of Kfimy and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, baa been famous for the hut 
eloTen yeara for keeping tbe best Harana cigar a, 
tobacco, choice meeraohaum pipes, etc c 



OOO f'nli * <»t -ocks, 

At all prices, ate be w bat Cheer Laundry. * 



flair Jew*- 1 > s mude to Order. 
H. A. OaUender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 
Second street. &*>■ FraJJclico. n 



MeDoweli, -how ' *nl Writer, 

Ready made and mad* to order. 8.B. corner 
MoDtsomery and Saeraoaento streets. u 



Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade In California Is assuming 
glpantlo proportion!. Emerson Carrllle. of the 
noddle Boek, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
hi own oydtei br-da *t Han Bruno millions of 
ojatere to all parte ot 'be Paclflo Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
baa extended all over tbe continent, and the 
"Saddle Rock" ta known •virywbere. q 



Redeemed TheoaseW a! 

The Call's Ban Jose correspondent speak- 
tug of Joe Uorpby says: 

This California favorite has received a 
generous patronage from our citizens du- 
ring bia three night*' engagement. The 
crowded houses that greoted bim every 
night shows olearly that real merit is ap- 
preciated in San Jobo, the Fioabo to tbe 
contrary notwithstanding. Our theatre- 
going people have been bo fearfully cheated 
by catch-penny shows from San French"- o 
that they often etiy at home when a first. 
class entertainment comes to town. 

All honor to the peoplo of San Jc?e for 
going to Boe Joe Murphy; a number of lea- 
ther medals ought to be manufactured and 
distributed among then*. Wbo dare say 
thore Is no encoursgemont givon to tbo 
drama in San Jose, when " Help " drew 
three crowded houses and tbe people laughed 
—yea actually laughed, did'nt smile, but 
laughed oat loud at Joo Murphy's comical 
acta? We know that the people of Ban Jose 
have been obeated by catch-penny shows 
from Ban Francisco. . One company gave a 
concert there and then- tried to leave town 
with seven dollars and a half that they had 
cheated the people of S*n Jose out of, but 
they were stopped and forced to disgorge" 
We hope Jo© got away with the money he 
made, though that will have the efifcot of 
of eo impoverMbiog the city that it won't 
be safe for another show to go there for 
at least a year. . We havo boon jbnllied 
enough by correspondents and the San 
Jose Mercury ani don't want aoy more 
of it. Let us have p ace. The San Joae 
people oanapprecitite real merit (of a cer- 
tain kind) , and they crowded the Opera 
House three nights to see " Help " and en- 
joy Joe Murphy's wonder.'ol bone solo. Now 
we have hops this persecution of Fioabo 
will cease. We've done the handsome thing 
by Ban Jose and will never say another word 
against it— until we have good ocoasion. 

A Spartan MoiIimi-. 

Lovely woman is destined to take her part 
iu all this world's affairs, and no mistake. 
Io the North of England, and near Newcas- 
tle, as we are informed by the local newspa- 
per of that town, 500 women were recently 
assembled to consider the outrageously high 
phoes of batcher's meat, potatoes and milk. 
Tbo dames and their daughters marched in 
from every quarter, " carrying banners, fire 
blowers, shovels and trays, which they con- 
tinued to beat, making a wild, unearthly 
music/' A matron by tbe romantic name of 
May Heatuerington was summoned to the 
chair, and made an animated speech. She 
declared that hereafter the women would not 
pay more than 7Hd. per pound for ohoices 
of beef and mutton, and 6d for inferior cuts, 
and a^ penny a pint for milk. Here a pa- 
thgiio voice exclaimed : " I must have milk 
for my baira." But Mrs. Heatheriogton, 
with the spirit of a Roman matron, replied : 

I have a bairn, and I can make it some 
flour that will answer the same purpose. If 
we lose a bairn it is a reparable loss which 
can be easily overcome." The coolness of 
this remark must fill even the hard heart 
of a man with pitiful wonder. There baa 
boen nothing heard like it since Lady Mac- 
beth addressed to her lord tbe ferocious 
speech about her baby. 

Nnofihty Ola Man. 

It was very naughty iu Dr. Livingstone to 
oall tbe dark-eyed daughters of Oazembe 

dears," and to dwell so lovingly on tbe 
fascinating manner in which they tattooed 
their dnsky cuticles; but it was worse than 
naughty to quote from Hawthorne's Eng- 
lish Notes about being "bulbous below the 
ribs." Inasmuch as the book which be 
quotes so glibly was not published anvil af- 
ter the Doctor's disappearance, we are at a 
a loss to account for his acquaintance 
with its contents. Gould be have got it 
from the Book and News Company of TJn* 
yanyembe, or trifled with its pages at the 
ciraolating library of Ugago? An explana- 
tion is needed somewhere. 



The daughter of a Maine lumberman, in 
referring to the failure of her father, stated 
the whole caee by saying : "A sudden rise 
In the river swept our fortunes down." 

A Minnesota ex-Governor recently said : 
"Minnesota has tbe loudest thunder, the 
most vivid ligbtoing, and the most splendid 
Northern Lights, of aoy of tbe States." 



One of Breelvy's Pampklsul 

Mark Twain. In a report, of * Farmer's 
Club, says : 

Mr. Greeley exhibited a pumpkin of his 
own raiting. As it embodied his solitary 
und orowning wiocoss, alter several years of 
discouraging failure in pumpkin culture, 
the club surroundel It with unooverd heads 
and mingled omoliona of surpiioe, admira- 
tion and envy. It was a eupero fruit; and 
when Mr. G.'s hat was placed on it to illus- 
trate f-iz* and symmetry, the bat and pump- 
kin seemed eo perfectly adapted to each 
and t3getber produced an effect so 
starting, that several entbuaiastio mem- 
bers swore that they would have known 
who raised that pumpliin it they had seen 
it any wbere. It is to be photographed by 
Guiuey, and next year's Tribune subscri- 
bers will receive copies. The pumpkin was 
the Uatteriog produot of one bushel of seeds 
planted >n fie farm at Chappaqaa. Boon 
after blossoming tbe vine manifested an in- 
clination to wither. It was, therefore, trans- 
planted lo a largo Mower pot. and removed 
to tho town residence of its founder. For 
some time it pined and drooped, and they 
sat up nights with it, expecting that every 
moment would be its last, but every mo- 
ment turned out not to be its last, and with 
careful nursing is finally rallied and came 
up to maturity, as cherished and tough a 
pumpkin as ever grew. 



Very Sensitive. 

A nervous young lady iu a Peoria ohurch 
became seasick one Sunday recently, from 
tbe effect produoed by the continuous sway- 
ing of fans all around her, and had to be 

taken borne. 

-■' ■ ■» ■ 

Foreign and Domestic Oin^. 

Aeaayere, Bah ere, Gonfeottoners, Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, and all manufacturers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine tbe cntb mice list of 8troh, s'ehrxldt 
& Oo,, importers, (successors to Hu^& Schmidt) 
536 OonHBTcial «.. -one door below Montgom- 
ery. AgentB for Horton'» Tobacco AnUdote. H 



PTe-w Stylo Jewelry. 

Strangers and others contemplating making 
purchases of Jewelry should Inspect A. Hlreoh- 
man'a elegant stock of new styles of Jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 Kearny street, 
between Butter and Post. Everything at lowest 

cash rates. . ' 

* 

Dr. Doherty 
Bas devoted hts study more particularly to 

ehranlo and specific- practise, and as suoh Is 
now tbe most successful of any Physlouvn in 
San Franolfico. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors below What 
Oncer. House. x 

For Waamnge 

Shirts, Si 60 por doz.; small pieces, GOo. per 
4oa. At the What Oheer Lfundry. * 



t>r. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free leotures (to gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commercing at 7 H, at his 
Hygfilan Hall, 637 California at* and examines 
patients phrenologicallrafi to health. The best 
ind cheapest place in California for a sick pei- 
ios'o net well. Q 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS' 



The Greatest Curiosity 

Ever exhibited to be eoen at 

Neumann's Silk Culture, 
EXHIBITION, 

783 Market street, Bancroft's Building 

ADMISSION TWENTY-FIVE CENTS 

Open every day from 10 A 1C to 10 P.M. an5 



GRAND CHILDREN'S MATINEE 

Saturday, August 10th, 
MERCANTILE LIBRAE! HALL. 

pnOFKSSOK KA.KLINE WILL GIVE AN 
r amusing EXHIBITION OF VENTRILO- 
QUISM. Alio, will be exhibited a MAGIC LAN- 
TEBK. with Comic Scenes. OOallO SONGS. 
DANCES, and other amusing feature", will coo- 
stitnte tbe programme. 

Tickets. 25 .cents; no reserved seat*. 

N- B.— Scbclob vislting,*bali prioe. ant 



NOTICE. 

QN AND AFTER THJE FIRST SEPTEMBER. 

ALL THE BARBER SHOPS AND BATH HOUSES 
IN THIS CITY 

WTLL CLOSE AT S O'CLOCK EVERY EVEN- 
ING EXCEPT SATURDAY. au9 tf 



Comlo Sonar 

No morp yoo tn-rd be trcobled with fllea, 

No n on* m t-it \t->\\ hb» poigoa— 
Jurit buyyou'Hi-U a Booster Trap, 
pop go ill' flit b In. 
Hookier Fly Caicb> r Factory, 240 8lxlh straet. a 



A* aHUinti Ufiu i tioain One Day 
nd we t»T»r rti»*ui<oiDt. at the Vbat Oheer 
Lanndr* 



Saniiarlum S. it Water Batli*. 
Bebb l-Wly doo't yon take Salt Water 

Batba reRnUrly? Try one to-day. at tbe "8an- 
lUrmm." foo< ot Po«ell atreet. North Beach, 

Col. 25 fills .-t.-iiD b-tha 50 ccnti, or two 
"Warm bath Uckit*. I'mecoix * Baqsm. k 



Pilot < ' P'lo 'iiniB. 

i> «# >. Jar pat coaen at the Peoples Art 
Gai.ery. 34 l bird street between Stareoeofi and 
Mi* plan Ktrreta. 



PTotlce to Housoknepers. 

L-tav j your orders at ihe effloe, 128 Kearny 
fltroet, the New York Carpet Renovating Co., 
where Mr. Simon Leopold la the manager. He 
will matte jone oarp-ts look as new as when 
they were firrt pat down, without taking th«tn 
frocu hdflx>r or remoTiug tbe farntiure. You 
had better look to your coitly oarpeta, * 



11 You Wtaiit 

Your Blanket* and Flannels well washed, and 
iot apolied, aend (hem to the What Oheer Lanu 
dry. x 

Onk PolBonlnjt, 

The acientifio, certain enre discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Foat street No cure, 
no pay. e 

** ltosedaie 

Polka Militaire," by Statlf-ldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price 60 oenti. At Ghats 
Moalo Store. 623 and 625 Clay atreet. r 



IX Ik Perrectly aatoniBhlng 

How beantlrhlly and qnlokl/ they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a_at. returned the same evening 1/ de 
sired. x 



A. Tltnely Pr-.t-m, 
At tbf» Ir? ';■-** aeaaon. a dozen of aqnuru'i ei- 

qntriMly flftvoroa pancbea form a moat appropriate 
present, tbe agg nog panoB mtm a graat deal of 
tronbla, and is comooonded with graat skill. HJa 

tamo as srmpoatarii ia *t 2U U * -adorfl. and ti pr&- 

Aided 0T«r dj A. Bona, bia wcribr auooeeaor. 



bbH 



Lever Buckle Muwpanders, 

At $1 per pair — 26 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

Beat Quality ot* I>o«steln 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at tbe What 
Queer Laundry, a 



PURE WATER. 



CALIFORNIA. 

Porous Stone Filter, 

FOP. HOUSKHOLD OR MANUFACTURING 
pnroofi*s Hotels, Pes auraote, Distilleries, 
D'OKKiat*. Hospitals, Publlo InstUutioQs, and all 
purposes wbore Pars Ws'«r is indispensable. 

Tbe maker* of th a Filter otaim ita superior ty 
over a I otbar* in t-be applioatioo of b'lONE *p a 
I'n.iKHlr^G MEDIUM, boiog tbe only true a-.d 
ontur&l mo'bod. 

Tbia Filter la readily attaobed <o all faucets in 
O'lnioion ua», and b^iiv reversible is a lf-ole idiik. 
Ii IS H1GHLV fcNDORS-D Bi T«K HkDI- 
CAL *AOULTY. Oml and s^e it in ope:atlon at 
tau Depot, No. Una Hurkei atveet. 

ALFRED OLAHK.B, Sols Agent. 

•5-Prico 92 30 eacb. A liberal diaoount to deal- 
er*, ac 6 1W 



GO TO 

rOIi ANT'S 

FOB YOUR 

BOOTS ANL SHOES. 

Ton cim Save from SO C'ent* to Three 
Dollar* on every pair you bay. 

11 Third street, near Market. 

B9-Look oat for tbe BIG BOOT. aa3 )m 



L 



| 
10,000 Useful Articles 



THAIV AT HI OIHCX STOKE, 



TAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACIFIC BTONE COMPANY OALL 
tbe especial attention of Architects, Engin- 
eers, and tbe pnblio in general, to tbe SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of tbe Eton* now being manufactured 
by tbemin tblsoitj under tb* Ransom* Pa+enU. 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
Unlldlna; Front*. Water Pipe, 

Sink*. Uoaanenti. Fonntaln*. 

Tiles, Coping* for VPalls, 

Filter*, ete., ete.. 

Together with Ransom*'* oMebrated Free-OHa 

Grindstones, all of which w* guarantes saperior. 

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

■VTbe attention of private parties intending to 
bulld'is respeotfolty solicited. 
Office, No. IO BUSH STREET, Sin Franoieoe. 



BARGAINS I _ BARGAINS I 

ISO DOZEN HATS 

TO BE SOLD 

:0©lO"VCr Cost! 

Within tbe next thirty days, at 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 

jr26 lm 104 THIRD BTEEE T- 



_ 




Mens' Clothing^ 

THAN AT AWT OTHEB 8TOBI, 



■«■' 



' 



VAN SCHAAGK & CO'S, 



K5ARNYSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT KIND OF 



Housekeeping Goods, 



THAN AT ANT OTBIB STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



AIiL KINDS OF 



Toilet Articles, 



THAN AT ANT OTBIB STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 

THAN AT ANT OTHEB STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEANI SURGING BREWERS! 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

AFFETIZINO BREAKFASTS, LDKCHM 
DIKNEE8 AtfD 8IJPFEB.S. 

BBIKS TOUB WIFE! 

H1II\0 TOOK FAHILTI 

BBIK6 TOIB LIST FBIE\M 

And enjoy ■ Tlew of tbo FINEST OOKAN PAJfO ' 
RAMA Of TBE WORLD, oil in ai«ht M 



tbe world-renowned 

Golden Crate, 

With a fleet whito-wtngod meeeenfren eotertor 
from eTery part of tbo commercial world. 



•V New Lino Bnseos, oonoeotinir wltb B tn ai 
Oara at Lone Mobnum every lo rolontos herealtar 
for tbe O! iff Honto. Faro ii oeota. 




CALIFORHlAjISTAURtRT 

OS. «10, 91MAND ti>4 MONY* 

gomery etieot, no&r Moiohanl,— 

laadiea' Saloon oonneotad with tha K*a> 

.Bill ot Faro. 

Ice Cream or Coffre PBKfi u 
any per»itr. SpendlnK 95c 

Saap, witb Flab or Broaata -.15o 

Two JSrea 15c 

Three Kege *Oe \ 

firaslta or Salmon, witb OoIIee. L*rc 

Steivks or Obona, witb Teaor Oo0M.,.Ue 

Birioin Hteatt. do 2<Jo 

Freib OyBtora, Raw or Btowed. i5o 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer lfto 

Bottle of Olaret Wine .' 150 

Piea. Pnddlng or Oake 5o 

Oat I»l. Mnah or Oraoked Wheat.... to 
Ooffee, Tea, OboooUte, or a Glaea of 
WbiU or GUwtt Wlne„..„. ..«....« 6* 
d>l-t( JOHN REGAJi, Proprietor. 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB ... 

PIAN0F0RTE_and SINGING. 

MONS. AL17XANDhtt WOT.OWBKI, THE 
wellTinown Pi"ojgt &nd Voonliat., hae the 
honor to inform bis friends and tbepnb'ko of Una 
Franciaco that be opens oonrseB for Pdvno nod 
Hinging, by bia entirely new nod ainplifled eja- 
tem, the ahortest in rzietence— rradtox liasio at 
eigbt, aocom pan i meats of any eang br a new 
march of harmony, as well ee the moat thorough 
knowledge of time, by Mods. Wolo*eki'a new in- 
vention, whioh bas oreated a great reneation in 
tee masioaJ wot d. L-dine and genr. onion deel- 
roa3 lo became flue ning<r» or ex^eleat pcrform- 
eie can lean? ih»ir orieis at tbe Pinno Wureroonu 
of WM, BADGER, No 111 Sane-me street; or, at 
Mods. W.'a rceirtenoe, No. 4»a Suiter street, 
jy 31-lw 



VERY HANDYJOR FOUS. 

COUTH PARE. MARKET, HOWARD AS 

Mieaion atreet oara take yon to No. 8 Secoad 
atreet. Kearny, Bmter, and Central cara tafca 
joa to l«4t Keiu-113' atreet 

Our Two Stores, 

Wboro yon oan ba anppliad wltb SHIRTS and 
kinds ol FURNISHING GOODS and TOILB 
ARTICLES at prioee lower than raoat atoroa oa 
afford to eell tbem (or. 
*9~ Oall and aatlafy yooraelvM. 

BENEDICT A CO. 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SH0BS 



ON HAND and a> 
to ORDER, 



L. BLAIR'S, 

V Kearny otre<t. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

OEtBAFER 

THAN AT AIT OTHER STOBE, 
....AT 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 

THAN AT ANT OTHIS STOKE, 

AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREEr OPPOttTI PLAIA 



RACINE HOUSE, 

No. 10S3 Kearny mt* t 

BAJI FBAN0I800. 

THE ABOVE HOUSK IS OOKVElfTKNT a*.*. 
to all the Bteambont landings, bnein— a^BT 
portion Of theolU. >nd the prino.pal pUoea gfi 
of amusement. Beet of eooommuatiooa *%^"^ 
lowest prioee ReeUnrant attaobed totbeboa** 
where the beat of board can be had oa the ie*U« 
rant plan. OPEN ALL NIGHT. 
,Q24lm J. B1QKBHSTAFF. Proprieio*. 



THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS AHD 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N, B. Cor. Bloiitcomery and U»rk*c 
Streets. 

Saw Fbanojboo, Joly MdL, WH. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD 09 DI- 
reotoraof this Society, held .tale dir, adr»t- 
dend waadeolared oo n'l dnporttte r •* i*« -***••* 
e'tht per can' per annum, for \h'< n^'-year enfllflC 
<■-•-«- and f re 8 o* 

feareUw^ . 



July S'at, 1972, payable immodiately, and free 
Federal tax. 
jyi6 2. EDWARD MART1M 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATKUR 6001KTIKS, ATfD TH» F»0- 
feseioa general!* — Tbe uoderstKned ben J» 
Inform allin need ot PLAY BOOKS and STAN- 
DARD DRAMiLS that be is oonetantly f»«*™- 
the Latest Pnblio»tiona from all American •■■ 
Knglinh Hoaies. Addrefuell order* to R. »L »u- 
WABD8 (latoD. K. Appletoa * Uo's), *•• a«* 
510 Montgo ■nery etreot, San Kranoieoo. 
OaUlognea forpiehed on application. *P 1*^. 



J. CORIN, TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS REMOVKD FROM OORMER O»f0* 
mer and Montgomery Btreeta to Wo, awaw 
MONTGOMKLtY hTRKET, between Pint »^ 
Bttso. opnoeite the Roae Uooae affl »»_ 



Dr. J. H. Tufford, 

PHYSIOIAN yOE THB TKEA IMBITT O? 
Dlaeaaea of the Har, Threat and Looga B* »- 
halation of Atomiaad Hedlolaae. toe °»I» W«l»r» 
onra for Dea(nea>, Oataarb, Bronoh[tU u Ai lhaaa, 
OonanmpMon. ©to. Kaaml nattOD rRBB. Om*+ 
lSSKaanvetrMt. Orlloe honra fcaaa IA*" 
6P.H. «*»''» 



DA8HAWAY STABLES, 

<ia POST ST_ BUT. KBABKY I 
X Ijb and Dopont. — Bookuwara and* 
Bnffffiee oo tbe moat raaaonable aerraa. 
LaoUa'andOantlenian'B Saddle Horaaa ' 

alwara on band . Parttonla laitontioa- 

vaid to BaATdiu \weea.'' , IdH at 



ll 



STiw? •* 





•I ,jR MONTSOMERTS 




*-• r\.mmm± ft. 



PUTTS MUSIC HALL 
Grand Matlite 



ianoforte Recital Ma g uire ' s CaKfonila Minstrels! 



< • I • I 1 - - 



AMEHLIG 



ESRATED PIANI8TE 




I I— — — ^^-^— ■ mm— mm «— . — — 

IfiW ALH1MBBA THEATRE. 

... ... . . 



n«T WJCJ 



Tho TULskmXorr Band of tno World 



FIRST "WIDID13L or BOB HA-RT 

THl Om«TilT Or ALL. LIVIMO ETHIOPIA* COMEDIANS. 



Oool 



lULTTKC 



1 Cliarlos euttoui 



>OAl* IDOOtT lot* 

• T rWJO'ClACB r U 



I"W ONE IIOI.MI 

0mm bo i mm •« m. o*»»*. avele. S3 ul tw out 
IIM. on PrUe», AnfOM M.liull I'.IPH i:lo' 
l*rAtf. tm- >• A. •> ni:l't llill. ton I A. M. uir.u. 
> -■••• nkk ...re* 
'•*- M.M Mm I* »••• Iwltvtl'l Pie-, oe exjloeirelf 



THIS rVEHIXO AUUDST l» 

Kill ITKHIIO DBBiBO THI IKI. AID SATD&DaY ArTIBBOOB AT 1. 



a »-C! .!««►•• 
LI ■ 
D •*» W 1 1 . D~» AW A* 

ri> 



1'nrt Firm I :.u .-■ I it lnm.-i.t n l« p»iil.ii 

•» 

MAflOUUI-lt'l 



a Mnrarkmn 

■UH 91 

HAVES 
• AM RC'KUT 
I. U BUUILL 



nm-int 

fo fomrtcmm wrrm rma nmar rtmr nj**i.9. 

Dr. rurT-larT M. Atnslny Scott and Magulre's California Minstrels 



I'nrt Sponnd Olio. 



SeiaUr Mart on the Darwii Theory 



TOMATUS I TOM ATUS ! ! 

BUROBIS. ADD RYMAN ud CHARLES SUTTON. 



BALLAD -*»u«d. 



MISS FANNY GIBSON 



DE31L.13H AJNTT^ST cfc HEJ3>a-C3-lL.B3R ! 

IX \i:w A.\l» OBISIXAL SONOB AND BAXCIS. 



OVIIMII 



OKI IHXTHA 



The whole to eooelude with J. 0. Btowfcrfi Original Sk«toh entitled 

THE BABY ELEPHANTII 

iNTlori HOH HART 

"filTlirRS ."'.'.'.'.'....'.".'.■ "OHAKLKS SUTTON I JIM 

RO-.K MISS r'ANNY OIBS'iN SAM 

JAOKSHARPle So.cole.or J. R.JBINSUN | LIZA JANE 



SAM RIOKKY 

ADD hYMnN 

). KEMP 



nitw riKn.F. ........ 

IIRIHOTKA III11B1 
l-ARllCa'.T 



PRICES Or ADMISSION 



OWB DOLLAR 

FIFTY OKNTS 

TWENTY-FIVE OKKTM 



A»r" All BUle aealnet the Alhan.bre Theatre moat be proeeDted hereafter on Mon'lay. 
The Ptnoo need le from the bones of Kohler, Chaee A Oo« 6S» OUT etreet, uastl lol the oelohrated Ohlokerlnf rlADO 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 

_^, ™*JV^ •' 'iti 

2j»v feBas _ 

•— ■ r- .Z 

A tirest Variilr .Show Kierj Mast! 
ops-ma Borjrri: bchxesuii 

MIMSTRKLST. MXOBO ACTS. 

— e v 
UBOITIMATB Dn m. vur ^ 



THIS KVEK1NO 



A DOUBT • 



riBir kioht or 

THE MURDER OF THE KLU KLUX KLAN? 

Mtmmmpmmtl .1 

foaiB MA-rrtBTjD. 

OOOILiIj AUd OOOPBR 

IW 

■• •APJLIWe MHHOBtTTr,- "IDNI OF MictDtMot," m 



TOMMY HnLAUOHLIN 

THI Jin DAROIK. 



MR. bilijT ronriBST 

Ba mh dir Oraneet »od Tueebler. 



imeot of 

atii" May Leroy, the Popular Dbjuaom. 

TUB G3BAT SENSATION Or 

THE MURDER 



x£.-ul-: 



XS.l«.ll 



Micro* UaTTT Howard 

Brand VrwA Ooopw 

Un»l ■ B»o Harry Dero* 

And/ Mr. 8>9tall 

WmHU* Qtorf* Fo»t«r 

Jim ...Otmrlo. OogiU 

Allien May Leror 

Rosl* Lonla» Mnaitrn 

Lib* Fanny W«Mtec 

Aaot Mir.' M«r OolnmM 



To conclude with 

OTSCX3 DRU jKT IZ.J±JE*.I> 

Oh.rtot'ri by tb« Company. 



JLlfMINION «« 

Eatrftaos to Private Boxes on S attar strsei. 



UK Monici, utn«t«o Horti 



. n , JMagaryA Co., successors tD Harvey M. Lockwood & Co. 

ICfrlC HOUSE, •uUSZZZi.A SPLENDID ASSO».TlMlBlsrT OF 

I YMPIC HOUSE l XTiw|G<» t «'i Boy 8 ' and Children's Clothingand Furnishing Goods, just Arriyed. 



R * L-*TON A noTBRLL 



•TONS PBIOK. 



Ko. US! KKABNY 8TKEBT, IIKTWF.KN »H»H AJIB BITTTEB. 



Complimentary Concert 

TO Nl»tfOHINA 

vDBLIHA SPHBANZA 

rum DOSHA S0PBAM0. 
e.17 X* Xm A-TT'IS 3BC .A. X_e T_e 

— o. 

iTDBIDAT EVENING ATJGTJ8T 15 

UKDKB DIKBOTION OE 

lONOIt D0MEMC0 8PEUANZA. 



ATTENTION! 

ATTENTION 
ATTENTION ! 



First PubLio Aup irtnca in this city of 

ignora Assunta Speranza. 

PBIMA L-ON.SA COKTRALTO. 



Pr.06R*MMt-PAKT FIRST. 
bymTiTnnit— \-od> vmot 

JATATlMA !»■ KO-'If 1-H Hirbi r. RoMiifi 

•Vlgsiarliita Adellnu 'B<riiiA>i 
|*AOB, BOU . Krt. MAPI-' US'. Kar - ■>;• B JlaJ.MrkMBBir 
Mr Ei«nl> Ds arc. 

'■•A MA^D>UNirA ...Baladilbb 

! Arraaf*d torO i<«r. an.1 nrodao-d f rths ftrst lima by 

M. . M Y r>.-rer. 
AaKrlTAriTO-ArlA cir.n Uofo Pa <w < , u RoaaJJfI 



i*.in t(«0(Mid. 

SlffPaXIA-'.orma ... BhLLJBI 

LiKA>>iU ARt * — KAarric* dl T-n-1% BlLUHl 

*lsjo*r • tviieiftiu tpfrunn. 
AHD POt-iid-i ITA..I il HUaiuAb iNHTlTTjrB. 

(UtUAHZ .-A..a -.,!«, n DaHixfTTi 

HltTuaria jk. asintu Ns^erauisav, 

MBLODM-M r be Flotow 

Oa)s A uiU'Ci aiw>mpaaa>da son Omt»'. 
Winoi' Pur d._s i.nd ilr. M. V. Paarrer. 

OBAWD nUO-n air ra»l« UOflsmi 

*lt»inr-i land l<n rlBia *»«>Slti«ia- 

ohoro or r a .1 .-kl hm-i* .. t.anii tkrdi 

*!■ lhii-v<. ( i.aKll. a im Gt-Mtiemea. 
BL •U»IT<J— J-nO' in - au 1 r& a [id (Jo«i,ama>..BAJiBanrTO 

-ItSB.rlxw AdrllB . B> r-nsu*. 



U\K uoki.aIi. 



ana At all mm io ator a. Csdo- rt oowmanorB at S 



riOMatMM, iMUK MAN tTFAtlrTajfX ¥. 




flUKiiHi' outlTUvt tTORK IH TUB OITY 
> to«4a And s4iMi. BKBRti A HAToTAvRD 
' V oa» d oot wo kb of Baab. 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 

AT THE 

GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 



G. ABRAHAM 

27, 33 and 35 Second-st ., 

AS TBK FOLLOWIBO LIST OF PB10K9 WILL PKOVEf 



rine Beaver Froeh Bnlte from . 
e'lno B«nT«r Baolc Bnlte from.... 

Fln« OuHlnere Suit, from 

Fine Bearur PenU from 

FIO« Ci.Mlnaero Pilot, front 

Floe Velrot Teete from. 

Flno .Ilk Oiuilntre Teete 



»»» to SSO 
. 3t> to AO 

. as to us 

. IO to IS 

1 to IO 

a to 1a 
1 to 10 

nV-KBHaaiSKB THESE OARMKNTS ARE ALL MADE 
TO OBDBB IN AKT STYLE TO SUIT TUB PURCHASER 
ABD A PBRffBOT FIP GUARANTEED, OB NO SALE. 
LO .K OUT FOR TGUB OWN INTBBESTS. AMD ALSO 
FOB THE BIO BIQN OF 

G. ABRAHAM, 

87, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



•S-ALSO. THE LARGEST STOCK OF RBADT-MADB 
OLOTHUta AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS IB THE 
Omr. AT EQUALLY LOW PBI0B8. 

G. ABRAHAM. 

33 and 36 Second street. 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism- 
Was cured by 

X>jE=l. IVCTTXaX-iXIXI.. 8r, 

in ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1 029 Pacific street. 



REFERENCES. 

Ja*. 0. Nnt.man, Keoj., fi-Hhlef Boglneer, 714 
WaahlDRtnn street -Otironlo Brorjohilia. 

Kobert Nolruati, 7MOrao wiuli ntn *t— Asthma. 

Charles Lesier. I& « bo>ok driver, cor. Oeary aud 
Mark fit atrooto— PurftlpalB 

J. It. OJark*, lAtO Health luspoutoi— DeafooBS of 
AongstaodiuaT- 



ANOTHER PR00F.-T, THR TJNDEBRIGN- 
•d. take plrnture in infoi-minn the pubflo tb«t 
I have boeo cured of parlfoUot ov-r d1q4 wars' 
standiQKbyDR. MULLER, SB.. No. 80S Mont- 
gomery street, (binned) 

GKO. SITEKSOff, 
Osrpont^r and Bail 'er. 2S3 Clutneotina strdet. he- 
twsnn Third »nd Foorr.h. 



The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Louis, 



and SB Rub* Uouse, ready to wait on Grin 1 le- 
mon. Lt-otarr» at Mercantile Library Hall ua a 
nfxtweek. _^ Jt«llm 



DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATH OP B03T0N. MAGNETIC! HEALER.- 
Dr. M. has beon highly nnooeegfal in treating 
Paralysis, Deafness, Deollity, and Ir.fl troi.iutary 
UiBoaain, aunts or obroaio, of all the organs of 
the body. Diseases of Ladies treaiod with tl>e 
QtmcirM delicat'.y. 

WR8. ALBKRT MORTON, OLATRVOVANT 
HKi>I'''AL AND BUSINESS MEDIUM, AND 
PSYOHOMaTSIST. 

Olairvoiant. ezamlnatloriB for <. ! vase In person, 
or from hair. Spirit oommncljatlona Psyobo- 
metrioal reodlois of oharaoter from letters, and 
AOAlyS'l of ores, 

Mrs. Morton's Gaidos have been rsry snooesAfal 
ia dirwetias; maojof the lead inn citisens of fin- tea 
in Medical, Legal end Buslnsis mattere. Hoars 
frOraB AM. too *,1C. 

11 O-FARRELL ST., Ban Fmnoisno. Jy«lm 



CTQ 

Q3 



CO 
CD 



CO 

CD 



CTQ 



CEKTRAI 

NO. 11» OEABY STREET.' 
Beet Mcomvodetiose lor *ATAnAT.M 

Femlliee Id the oity. Private n"! 1 

enwsoM forLadl... Heir O.ttint, Sb.rioi end 
Snampooisg. OhUdreo'e Heir noetJf oat. Leole* 

lilt IB L. OOBBITEAD, ProprieUr. 



CD 
CD 



CD 

CD 

CD 



CD 



BALDWIN'S 
DAIRY BUTTER 



StsT'None trennioe nnlp«e proonr wl from the Sola 
Agent, N. U. TKKWlLLlGts-R. StalU CO and Aft 

W-rihuiRfon Market. 



B, HtxtUCO and Al 
t. KL BALDWIN. 



TRY SpUARZA'S PUNCHES 




AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

AT THR VARIOUS FAIRS, 

For the Superiority Oyer all Others. 

FOR BALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT IBSOLI 
E.t.bll.hm.ot, ISO LeldeedorK etreoe, oovoeit. Wtui 
Cheer Hooee, end et 

SQTJARZA'S BRAWCH 

BIT KBAXaY STBBBT. BXTWUB POU ABO BUS 



'PIOATLO." 

THE JOra WAI. OF A1TO BEHIWT8. 
Below M»ul«oni«»T. 8" r»-°"°°- 



FBIDAT AUGD8T 9, 1872 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Metropolitan Theatre. 

To-elgbt "Artiole 47," which bis proved bo 
r r**ta iuocm ■. will be presented lor the benefit 
of Mils Ada Gray, and we ars tut the publio of 
San Francisco wil! f how their appreciation of that 
Wdj's talents by crowding tbo bouaa. Tbia piece 
can be kept on the beard* bat a few nights longer, 
aa Miss Ads Gray la anxious t^ product tba new 
piece wriWeo for bar by De Weldss. (antborof 
-gun" and and other popular plays), entitled 
••Woman.'' It wilt be played at the matinee, and 
en Sunday STeniog for the last time, I 

A! ham bra Ta»ntr«-. 

Tots tbcat-e Is nlsbliy crowded wjrh a fasb ion- 
able audience. Snob en artsy of talent an Bob 
Hart, Cool Borgoie, Delehanty and Henglsr, 
Cbut'i Batten, Sam Rickey. J. O. Russell end 
elberi, forming iho combination known ss Ma- 
guire'a California stiDSlrtla. wonld fill s larger 
theatre than the pretty little Albambra. The ex- 
cellent bill which hae proved e 9 pop nlar daring 
the week, will be played at too matinee on Satur- 
day. 
Bell* Vnlon. 

Tbe Unity act of "The Bapp; Hottentot*," by 
the Royoolds Brothers, is received nightly with 
great apptanse. Mr/. Charles Ooriell pte««B every 
one In her descriptive ballad, with character 
obeagee, "Driven from Home." "One Might in a 
Bar<o»a n caosce mnob fan, and tbe farce entitled 
"Wanted, e Husband," whiob terminates the 
evening's amusement, ip full of life. 
Americas* Theatre. 

To-night the great ecn'stlon drama entitled 
"Harder of tbe "Kla Klnz Klao">wil) be pao- 
dnced. A capital first part and lively itte-lu.de 
precede* tba dramatis portion of the entertain- 
ment. 
City Garrlt-nt. 

The grand festival In aid of the Dominican Fri- 
ara, exiled from Geo tenuis, now being held, will 
continue ontil Bsturday evening. Addresses by 
the clorfy, conoeru, balls, gamre, and sports, will 
torn the programme- On Sunday the Gsrmanla 
RUei, Steuben Guard, and the San Frauciaco Fu- 
sateers, will bold a grand Military Feetiva). Two 
grand Bands will be present. Concerts and games 
will enliven the day. 
Piatt's Hull. 

To-morrow the world-renowned pianiste. Hiss 
Anna Meblig, will give a matinee pianoforte reci- 
tal at Plstt'e Hall. Bbe will perform a fine pro- 
gramme of music, which appears on oar first 
page. It comprises Prslnde and fogne M. by Men- 
delssobn. Impromptu nod variations by Sehabert, 
end eeleotions 'rom the best oomposi Lions of Taus- 
sig, fihamano, Chopin and Littt. Seats may be 
seoared at ht. Gray's mnsio store to-day, from 6 
A. m to 5 P. M., without extra charge. 
Mercantile Library Mali. 

A children's matinee will be given to-morrow 
it Mercantile Hall. Professor Berlins will give an 
exhibition of ventriloquism, a magic 1 an tem ex- 
hibition with oomto scenes, and tbe rest of tbe 
programme will consist of songs, danoss, and 
other amosiog feature*. Ae this eatertainment 
is especially for the children they should master 
ko goodly number*. 
Pacific Hall. 

A grand sacred orchestral concert of classical 
and popular mutts will be given on Snnday eve- 
ning at Paoific Hall by a fnll orchestra of forty 
instruments, inaluding the band of the Cali- 
fornia Theatre. The fall programme appears on 
oar first p-ge, and we shall call attention to its 
prominent features in to-morrow's iejue. 
Woodward'* Gardens. 

The Buielay Family attracted over 8.000 people 
en Sunday. They perform again batarday and 
Sunday. The Curtis Brothers perform Tuealay. 
Tnuriiliy and Saturday evenitga, when skates are 
frre. 

AiuTOxncAi. Muhetjm.— One of the'moBt 

oompIeLe collection* of the kind in the United 
Btetee, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wax models, is dally on view (to gentlemen 
only) ei the Museum on Montgomery street. An 
soar may be prouteblv eD*nt here. 



We Pass. 

The Sacramento Bee of Tuesday tella a 
e'ory which is to bat tbe least improbable. It 
thus relates it : A few days ago a youDg man 
fresh from tbe country (or a fresh young 
man from tbe country) walked iDto tbe ton- 
son *1 and bathing establishment on K street 
and sidling up to one of the employees as 
stealthily ag if be were about to lasso a pig, 
be drew a greasy pack of cards from nil 
pocket, which be exhibited to the barber 
with the ioqniry, " Kin yer wash them yer 
keerda?" The knight of the sbariog-oap, 
who rather liked a joke, replied that be bad 
not been fifteen years in the business for 
nothing, but that the job would cost fifty 
cents—in advance. The stranger was told 
to call fo half an boar, as it would take gome 
time to iron and dry them. Greeny banded 
over the four hits, with the remark: "All 
right, old fel ! Here's yer coin ; do 'em up 
brown 1" At tbe expiration of tbe time be 
retained, and was handed a pack of cards of 
the same pattern as the greasy ones, but 
fresb from the etore, in all their oneulhed 
purity. He was delighted with their appear- 
ance, and expressed his satisfaction as fol- 
lows; " Well, dog-on my bultong 1 ef yon 
Sacramento fellers ain't [on it — guess not I 
Bo long !" He departed evidently impressed 
with the virtues of " Sacramento straight. ' 



Ruakin and tbe Dear People, 

Mr. Buskin is either iu in poor 
health or bad temper — or was, at least, on 
the 23d of June, when he wrote tbe follow- 
ing lines from Venice for publication in the 
current number of Fore. Olavigera: "I 
can't write .this morning because of the ac- 
enreed whistling of tbe dirty steam-engine 
of the omnibrs for Lido waiting at the 
Quay of the Ducal Palace for the dirty pop- 
ulation of Venice, wbioh is now neither fish 
norfiesh, neither noble nor fisherman— can- 
not afford to be rowed, nor has Btrenglh nor 
sense enough to row Itself, but smokes and 
spits up and down the piazza all the day, 
and gets itself dragged by a ecroamiDg ket- 
tle to Lido next morning, to sea bathe itself 
into capacity for moae tobacco. This mise- 
rable mob which hag not brains enough to 
go aboard a boat without being whistled for 
like dogs, choking the sweet air with blaok 
smoke, which no properly bred human be- 
ing could endure within a quarter of a mile 
of them— that so they may be sufficiently 
assisted to embark, for the washing of 
themselves, at the Palace Quay. 



Wee-and-Rasy Man Inge. 

A French avocat has just published a life 
•f Oharlotte Gorday, from which we learn 
that Marat, at bis marriage, dispensed with 
both priest and lawyer. He knelt on one 
knee, took the bride's hand in his, called the 
adverse to witness that he loved Simonne 
Evrard before all women, and regained bis 
feet a Benedict. This beats the late Gretna 
Green. 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a BOreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While rnoesy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made 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 tbis 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- 
Bald they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It true, 
And cooked magmjlceritlp t too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Oooeed every style; just think of that, 
And If your mouth don't water, then 
Tou're different from other men. 
Thej'd olaxn (and crabs and terrapins; 
In lacl , we found they had within 
That cosy place ail kinds of game, 
Pleh, flesh or fowl whloh we could name, 
While every dish was, I ana sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That tney have here the best ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little tinners. 
To get what they call "euch nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts thiB 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 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHABXES HAARE, Proprietor. 

Altogether tine Best. 

It is curious, but true, that J. A. Bhaber, 
707 Market Btreet, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper than any other 
dealer in this city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. t 



Despite all tbe efforts of political econo- 
mists to reconcile capital and labor, current 
events show that there is a "striking differ- 
ence" between them. 



" Kept&omeatatorin," was the note sent by 
a farmer to tbe school teacher, in the potato 
coegipg season, to explain bis boy'e absence 
from sobool. 

A long life and a short biography are the 
element* of human happiness attributed by 
a Western Judge to Hethusaleh. 

X>o Wot Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferer b from Oerns, Bun- 
ions. Cleb and logrowirjg Nails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowan's Inatt- 
tote, 310 Kearny Btreet, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Dos- 
tor's capability. Referenced given if required. H 

Old Established Merit. 

Ths oldest established shirt manufactory and 
the best in the city Is the Pionaxb Shibt 
MaircricroBT, No. 327 Kearny street, between 
Pine and Bnth. Everything In the way of gen- 
Uemen's f uruiBhlng goods at the lowest prices. 

BquarBa'i Punches, 

une ol the most famous institutions of Oali- 
ferma is gqnaraa's Punch. It is found in every 
city, Till and mining camp in the State. It 
Is delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of this delightful bever- 
age notifies bis patrons that he has opened at 
No. 817 Kearny street, between Pine and Bush 
streets, a Be vnob of his old and popular sym- 
posium on - ,i Jesooin* street. « 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a hat is "The" Hat Bronx, 
617 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny. The stock is immense, the fash- 
ions are the latest, and the prices are the 
lowest. _ • 

To the "Unfortunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial. Established In 1854, for 
the treatment of chronic and special oom- 

{tlalnts. Dr. Gibbon will make no charge nn- 
ees he effects a cure. b 



What Cheer JUaundry 
Id the beat hvindry In San FranciBoo 

Health ana Pleasure, 

There are not too many pleasures in San 
FranciBco, 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, oan find one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carriage 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 le- 
go to Frank Bouton at the Occidental Hotel 
When you want a carriage, o 



Vsx Bbodee's WoKBsnrrn, Rheumatic Lxso- 
mxht. Then you'll remember me. a 

Car and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Kronberg, the nswa agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the O. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fioabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern Illustrated papers and magazines, 
at Sen Francisco prices- • 

The Seat Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's List Chance, for pain. Dr. Par. 
ry*s Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
t. R. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. * 



TUB JTJBX I*AW VICTIM. 

Summoned to s<rve on the jury t 

Oh, I shall go the bad I 
Driven with distraction and fury, 

Rain in prospect, stark mad I 
Dragged from the work that's my living, 

Other men's business to mind, 
I shall no thought have for giving 

Save to my own, left behind. 

Truly to try they may swear me. 

Off my employment when torn ; 
While my anxieties tear me, 

What oan I be but forsworn I 
Counsel will vainly harangue me. 

Witness depose all In vain, 
Judge's charge— though be could hang me, 

Naught of my mind will cbtatn. 

As for all criminal cases, 

I shall the prisoner acqolt, 
Like a deaf man's while my place If : 

Give him the doubt's benefit. 
And In all civil, as hearing 

Not either tide what they may say, 
1 shall toss op, that appearing 

Nearest for me the right way. 

If you' d have juries' attention 

To your confounded affairs, 
Ptoss men by fortune, or pension, _. f - . 

Freed from life's personal oares. 
Idle is all adjuration 

When the adjured are not free. 
Bo much for the adminis' ration 

Of justice you'll get out cf me 1 



Live as long as you may, the first twenty 
years form tbe greater part of your life. 
They appear so when they are passing ; 
they seem to have been so when we look 
back to them, and thc-y take up more room 
in onr memory than all tbe years that suc- 
ceed them. 

#> .- .. . 

The Laurel Palace. 

In London and Paris are many beautiful sa- 
loons where wio.es and other liquid refresh- 
ments are dispensed. Search these cities 
through and it Is doubtful whether you could 
find one equalling In beauty, tasteful adorn- 
ment and elegance tbe Laurel Palace, jnet 
completed by Mr. George Kahman, at the north- 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like it has evar been saen, never was such 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
interior is fltted-np throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on all sides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed in the most artistic man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, fltgs, and 
clusters of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality in keeping with the coEtUnesB of the 
saloon. Everything Is tbe best that money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, the choicest 
brandies, and the very best brands of domestic 
Bpirlts may oe-found here. A spacious cellar 
runs under the Baloon, and here are stored, in 
tiers, liquors and wines in the wood. The 
Lanrel Palnce will be a favorite resort for those 
seeking refreshment after tbe theatre and be- 
tween the acts, and will be famous as a reliable 
place for the purchase of ismJly stores, in tbe 
way of wines and liquors. z 



A bxai, Havana at Marks Wilztaskl's "Bul- 
letin" Olgar Store, northeast corner Bush and 
Kearny, is a real Havana. Nuff ced. * 



Sewing Machines for Sale or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
MUla'a Adjustable Treadle. x 



OLAiavoTAirr.— Madame Clara Antonia, the 

clairvoyant. Independent Trarce Medium. 
Office, 426 Kearny Btreet. Consultations ui 
English, French and German. • g 

Removal. 

NewelTs Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
A n Immense business for the past year though 
hidden away up two flights of stairs. Now it 
has come out in full view of everyone and Is es 
tablished at 136 Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is no v fast monopolising 
all the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
shirts at low prices, and N< well's shirts cover 
tbe manly breasts of our bett citizens, 1 



Good Things, 

Thos-e who can appreciate anything rich. Ins- 
cionB and piquante, are invited to rail in at SS0 
Bush street, nearly opposite the All am bra The- 
atre, andtryJoneB SSchroeder's celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 u. to } 2 at night, oa 



The Old Oyster House. 

For tbe last eight years The Bivalve kept by W 
Spreen 640 Market Btreet, has been the fashionable 
oyster honae of San Fraccieoo, Tbe private rooms 
up stairs are very popular for wedding parties and 
snpperpariiee. After tbe theatres call at tbe Bi- 
valve three doors below Kearny for your oysters. 

e» 

X>0 Ton Know 

That with Buxtebiok's Pattkb»s you can out 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? Bend 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Doming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Butt 5 
and Post, Ban Frsjaotsoo. • 

To Those -who Are Bald. 

Do not fall lo call at 318 Bush street (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden's Hair Restorative. 



Clean Your Walls. 
James 0. Sellers, whitner, 31 Second street. 



Live "Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding Is the eauEeof many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
Ingto a ireet, at the coner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the public since 
849, provides for his customers Lake Taboo 
treat, Salmagundi roup, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best cud of tea in the 
city — Englifh breakfaet tea — Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe— oan Ve obtained here. 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Busb House Carriages, can be 
found in front of Ooleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner B h and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



•A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodging! In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the flue suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a very fin* one and U well 
lighted and ventilated. • 



Dear Me! How She Paints I 

N. B. — Use Dioan's famous Osjqo DM Lis 
and they can't see it. ■ 



Vhat Cheer l^aundry 
Employs no Chinamen, and should be pa 
rootsed by everybody. * 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BouUn-IKti and Station era. 
H.H. Moore, ft>a Montgomery, nser Merchant. 

Butcher*. 
Lomidan, Jobo E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Sutter atreet aide 
Kate, Fred, Stella M to 100. California Market. 

■Braw J"*anderleaw 
Weed A Kin swell, California. 123 First rt, 

Closhlnc (Betel)). 
What Oheer Clothing Store, «0i Kearvi, eOr. Flea. 

French Fancy Ooadaw 
Looan 4 Co., IB Montgomery. 107 and 109 Batter, 

Hanson Hair* 
Bampaon, A. B. k Co.. 110 Second street. 

iloop nod Corset Maaafaeterrer. 
M. Freud. 36 Second at.. Wholesale and Retail. 

Jewelry. 
lAird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 

Mechanics' Toola. 
V. Qaisley, Manufacturer, 914 Market st. (Spirit 
Ltvele made and repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Uaker, W. A Hinr, S and 1 Sutter, and 500 Market 

Unite anal Musical laatruaneata. 
Keene,0. O., mftr. aooordiana, repairer of all kindj 
muaioal instruments, 20! Kearny. 
Mace cu on I U on.afa.cl urtm. 
Briarnardelro. Maechiavello A Co.. TOfl Sanaeme. 

New« and Stationery Stand. 
A, F. Patton, Stationery and Books, 600 Market t. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale,; 
Doans A Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Saloons. 
" Banks o'drda Saloon," 587 Market al reet. 

Sewing Machine* 
"illoox A Gibos, a. M. Co., 113 Post »t 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery 

Wine* and Uquora (wholesale), 
Daneri F. A Oo.. 504 Front 

Whiteness 
James O. Sellers, No. SI Second etreet 






FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME TB 
every Theatre in Bon Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAT THHOUGH- 
ent tbe centre of the city, in all Hotels, Bee 

Uoraolfl, £alooce, SUrei and Office* 



FIGARO 

IS CIRCULATED EVERT DAT OK THE 
Oakland Ferry Beat* to catch the sasseaigers 
that arrive by tbe great Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

fS MAILED EVERY DAT TO ALL THE 

L principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Ore-fton— the paper a IcU In the theatres ataight 
being gathered up and savtd for that purpose. 



FIGARO 

IS "HIRE, THERE AND EVERYV^QFKE, 
and :s corjptaoily meetings change t-f readers 
in tbe Tbeaues, Traveling Uocveyanoee, Hotels, 
and public tesorte generally. 



FIGARO 

CIKOULATKS IN THE BEST BOOIBTS, IS 
p)ac€d in tbe b*nd. of ntarty »'l woo oo»e 
to the ci Is t a m.k. purchases, Mid ie t36T.to;c the 
beat Of .avertljing aiedioji. 



aa 



NOTICE! 



TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 
ASSESSMENTS. 

DGBLIO NOTICE 1» HKRXBY 
called to the following; reductions— on 
rltli men's property— made by tbe Board 
of Supervisors now In eeealon ae 
"Beard of Equalization," taken from 
he Even) tig Bulletin of Uonday, Julj 
88d. 1b?»i 
Bank of California Building, from $I25,(Xt to 

W. A. afacondrar, lot on Saoeeme street, from 
$85,000 to $63,00t». 

E. W. Burr, lots and buildings in Tw«lfth Di, 
triot, rrom $t73,8(i0 to $ 26.000. 

Dennis Station", lots on F&ciflo, Lartin and 
Jaokaon streets, $41,000 to $33,000, 

D. MaboDe?, buildings on Folk and J&obson 
Btroete, J^O.OOO to $J\000. 

Goddard A Co. buildfnes oocnp'ed br Pacific 
Iron Works, Firav street. 530,000 to fit) .000. 

Rudolph Jordan, the old 'Upper Restaurant 
buildiDR, Washington street. $3 .Wfl to fl?,000. 

Rudclpb Jordan, loLSOxlMD. $„>; iko to tliOOft. 

Robert. Watt, buildicg, $2fi,0OO o 1 14, 000. 

H, D. Ooeewttll. two-story trick building and 
baBemeot, 8O16U, northeast oomer of Olark and 
Front streets. $20.00(1 to 8.6.0.0. 

Etc., etc., etc., etc 

Eet uny poor man compare the redac- 
tions made above on the property of 
these wealthy citizens with that made 
on his awn little homestead— If the Board 
deigned to make any— and remember that 
these men are mostly chronic emee seeJt- 
ers. and will be sure to be op for some 
office at the next election. Is there any 
any poor man who wonld vote for them 
Offala for Supervisors, to s-lve them an 
opportunity to form another Beard of 
Eqaallzatton-fer l(ie uicr*. 
Jr« tf a. © a 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INST1TUTI 

M.S. ear. jMkion and Kearny sts, 

f PHE GREAT EBADIOAT OR OP 8PKOU. 
R COMPLAINTS, formerly of Look Hosptta 
London, and tbalast twelve years of Ban Franeii 
oo. DR. TOZER infonaa tbe afflicted that aft* 
TteltincaJl the HOBPITALB IN LONDON AIT] 
PARI8 and spending oneyearin the meat oak 
brated Hospital in London, tbe LOOK, he has rt 
— sued bis old Uedlosl Ioaiitote at tbe old suae 
.ore he oan nlwaje be found. DR. TOZER ha 
for forty yean met with nup*ralleled euooees into 
treatment, of dir-ea^e generally known as OURffil 
IO AND BPBOIAL UOMPI.ALNTB. DR. TG«R1 
la In every was responsible, binding hitnas/Tfc 
effect a permanent OTJi K. or making no oharsa 
Tho'9 woo oannot afford to pay (or advioea&i 
medloine will be charred for medioloe only. THl 
MONTHLY RKSTORATIVK PILLS, nerer knowi 
to fail inrlvincrelirf in oases for whloh they an 
reoonmmeoded, are >o bo obtained only at m< 
offloe. Price $3 per box. Full direction on aeoj 
box. sent bv t-xpieiaor otherwise. 

DR. TOZER dees not imitate the advertsran 
Quacks who make it a practice to publish nkw 
nffldavita and otber false reference", bat refertt* 
the moBtrenpeotsb'e people in tbe Btate, wbomss 
has cubed of diae&bea whiob others bars failevS 
core. 

_ ■ BR. CHAS. B. TOZER, 
N. H. corns r Kearny and . Jaok so o streets, 
mjUtt Baa Rrantrtsoa, 



Xlie Two 
COT SOOTCB'8. 



at • 



10 Morton street, near ILeorny, 

.....urn..., 

180 Satter street, l dear below Eeanr 

All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c. 

HOT X.TJNOH ETSRI MGH7, 

Eng-lirstk Ale on Draught I 

FSLDHAiril 0% HRI&OI, 



MARKS WIX.ZXNSKI, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

DEALER IN 

Hayana Cigars and Tobaccs, 

KORTHEAST OORFEB CW 
BTSB AND KIUII «TB»tI», 
SAN IKANOI6OO. jUlSJ 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

T\0 KOT ALLOW YODR8ELVE8 TO BB lit. 

nosed nponsny longer by onrobaaias; TTtTsr. | 
MAHKKK8 wbtoh are neither durable nor j 
nraotlosl. Before pnrorjaslng one, try Ortkfl A 0o'l< I 

nke, and If yon have one already that is not Oral I 
AOo's make, throw It nwsy, gat a good one, as4< | 
von will save both time and money. The self-rsg- 
Istsriog slides of Grefl A Oo'e TTJOK HABHIRi 
are inraJuabie, and ought to be examined by sft 
ladles. F. slUTR. 

Bole Agent and Hanufactnrsf, 

JyUt lm No. €20 Sacramento st (Dp stain.) 



TO JjJEs'g. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROCiS, 

...AX THB.... 

WEBB HOUSE, 

87 Seeond street* opposite Orout Hotati 

THIS BOUSE BAH FINE 8UNNT ROOHs\t 
with a Rfstanrant oonneoted; also, Baiha 
with hot and oold water. Parties wishing a quit! 
and select place wonld do well to call and stat 
them. iiiiii 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 
HAYWABD8. 



IOBT OAKES PttOPElL 

Firet-Class Hotel, 

. — — — 



J. O. OOMBEB, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tebarna sti(.*'ta 



* A 



, -^ Terrapin constantly es nana 
Oysters in ereiy style, PR1VATS 
9DPPBR ROOMS FOB PABTTfJL I 
mhll lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant 

OHAB. V. BBRGOLD, FBOPRIBTQ&, , v 

THB OLDEST ESTABLISHED 
snd most popular ReeUaraBt in 
San Franoipco. The Tables are aup- 
plied with the best In market Board- 
by the week. «08 PLNE eTRSitT, iosUbsts 
Hontgomery. marW = 






MRS. M. A CUM MINGS, 

MAGNETIO AND TRANOE HEALING KB- 
dinm. No W6,"i Fo 10m sireet. PoblisOr- 
ss, Tuesdays. W^dneedajs. and Fridaje, ail:* 
>UT. AdmueipnK cents. jy22 la 



J. M. LOANE'S HIED LION 
SALOOJV, 19 Geary street, near 
Kearny and DoponL s** Tba 
eholoeat Wines and Uqnom 
English Ale and Porter always 

_ en draught. Yon will always Sad 

OLD DaVtt MH.NDEB finslness Manager, toSft 
•o attend. apt 






THEAThS ROTI58EH1B 
to** Bapont ■*., one door soath of Basra. 
jfS^ y~*^ K. MAROHAND ATE OV TEES' 
B*M^*joy-*RotJf serie Rettanrant" of the UnXK 

^sBayy"^ Olob Proprietor,— The Tables sovri 
dati with all thsDeUoaotesof the season 

sSj-OrSTEBe IN ETBRy S-r^ij[ l-t m 



IMPORTERS 
Mil liner j Good* 




FURNISHED ROOMS 
18 abb lio'p-r Mont!. 

WEST END'hoTR, 



AT PACIFIC HALL 
GRAND S ACREB 

ORCHESTRAL CONCERT! 



EITEOPOLITAN THEATRB. 




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I M M ID IV 8 LI BUCOEB8 

•r f mi r. 

MISS ADA GRAY 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



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lr. louis Schmidt aid Dr. Oscar Wei! 

•Mtin n*ta oa 

•moATitvtiimo adocit u 

11 of 40 lutraaMOat 

awumtatt rut • iuuu t« t> 
BASl) OP THE CAUFORNU THEATRE 



ADODIT 10 



thii Arrtrvooi akd evening 

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BEBRI I r I V ILI F. • le.y.r M h a b-.rl 

doctor roaiav imKnUKUirirui' 

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iaaa at i pesos.!,. 



THiBO GrURO COHCtRT TUESD-T EVENG NEXT 

first appearance of 
1** cl.l Vernon Llnooln 

TANOU. iFroai Koglaod.l «je 



OLD rlvicc* feHAfnl frlerd x tatb't iMm... 

foreman of jo(T 

- . 
nrrtcra 

>' 

v«m n LIMB, tba vilaaaa 

IAMBI, aaatkar tl laa prlKHiar 

Mr-IB BOWIO*. Oonrseea to Marcello 

SANNINF 



»n a.y a ways toie wall 



Miss ADA BRAT 

W. 1. 000 > 

...OAABT OOIRTUNF 
WILLIE HIWVI*. 

FRINE RBA 

JOBR WO 

W. PORTIRR 

OBO. F. BIRD 

PRANK RBA 

MR. UELMorR 

B. J. CBOWBLL 

MR HAVEN* 

W. GRAHAM 

1. WALTEIUI 

..MlrWFANM 

.MJM MAO HE MOOIir. 

MRU. rilANK RE* 

MI8S ADA UE.VE. 



ACT 1. Tlio Trial a la Mode. Hentcnced, 

ACT O. Tliri Mt-atluif. Prior- of ("ilr-iK-r-. 

ACT :t. Mnilni'ss. 

ACT 4aV. Piirmilt o* <li«- Ornifproua Letter. DEATH. 



SUNDAY EVENING MISS ADA ORAT IN ARTICLE 41 

MoM>\Y BVENING, Angim 6tb— First time oa an; Stag* o! 

WOMAN I Her Charms, Her Graces, and Her Follies I 

Written rxpretaly for MlbS ADA ORAY by Thoa. Blades De WeldeD. adtbor or "8am," 6to. 



W7cdnoajtiny Afternoon- 



Extra Mntliioo 



LOOK OUT FOB FOX * DESIEB'S ORSAT aANTOMIMB, 
HTJMPTY DDMPTY, AND THE INVINCIBLE TONY DENIER PANTOMIME TROUPE 

gbCTbe elegant Furniture Beta to tbla Plar are Irom tbe Furniture Hones of N. P. Oole A Co. 

arth* Piano need to tbla Theatre la from Sherman A Hyde's, Agents for tue celebrated Wober Pianos. 



>tty »] 

AY Tll« 

■alias! 

n.*.. 1 **-.. ... n 
•Wl.-I .sale •••. . 

niiar iim.i in ri ■■ iiri.i. 

J I! IAHKI1 .. ■ .'lAHAIS ARMItTBOBO 



TJCltty 

ii. Fl.a. 
ttarlt B aa l ... J.a.aAla« 

Jr.. I. J. 



I»LIA0 



Nil. CHAI. COfllll 



• Care will leare tb* Theatre for the Mtpeloo anrt North Beach every night at the olose of the performance. 



flrtifml fAd.lHlnil • 1 OOI F.rrioet SO 

Dree. Olrele end Orchestra. Reerrred Heats... 1 £'» tannery (& Cents 

I'rlv.ilr Ituvr. to OO 1 av*Sesta nar bs Seonred Six Day sla advance. -aba 



The DrSBSOeel. Qalee'ael. Oass.aal 
TVJIA.XDA.lVln X}T71VIZ>I-sZIa7C> 

J a m .Silas (baa Waaaad tliss nsjetbr Taasip..ll »li«. 
Del..,. « 

JsksryTarr* 

H.w.i,,.„„ .. M,„ u 

Overture 

tl.ll.J Fan.) 0.rr.tao. 

A.»«.*t IlirrrrHieliJr 

(tiecur I'bM RaiDo'ds | MAaiait r Too rat Bari«a 

Httllat-I MUittle I,..drr 

PROF^^Tlojr^pbSED. 

nprxMltlon Mr*. Cfatvrl*. L*«ri#ll 

PrOpOBt'ioD ' Iib.p1#1 IriWl.l. 

Ioi«rf»r«DO« • - irt* hrfoold. 

0»»rtBr« ._. . ._. .^ .j j . . . • - -^ ■ -_-■ • ■"••■■ "■"ll"l , jJ " • " •^ l ?.* 1 .** ' '* 
Oonolinl.Bat w-tb - 1"» RomaaQUfl »od MapflroaUonl DrAnft 

DICE OF DEATH 

OB, THE MAGIC TABLETS. 

Kret-HWioUr-A Yooo« Aniti RO.Mir.li 

KfiUHr.'lwIbwrtl— A Sb»r;«r I.on Mci)»rth- 

tiana Pr»i.o-A Jucgler lUrry r-,ncl»ur 

MapblsTophlli't-lbe K«*l OtirioChipintD 

B»ron Kioow.U-A Wctltbr old B»io Tomw; BArioti 

Wsld«clt «"t K>lt» 

Radolpb— A 0»m«Bler Will lt*rk 

Orton-A Ountitir Toromj Bra* 

W»ld«-A (i«tti«iter J. U.lAFkln 

l,oaiga— An Orpl.»o Ketrothed lo Krni-il . HaiI» Zo-I 

TberoM— KpieieltMrs's Sister Minnt* Flilmor* 

Fiftu frohoiippfl— A .orinr. f* .tar ....JkdbI- Job n ion 

Kc "A-Loai»»'a Attendant Hlas Joa*plnna 

Gartruda CVrU Arnutionc 

Kutrlne - bnnio RoblD-oo 

Liwatte •■ ..Id.. Flak 

pfjaje .'finny Oar retina 

OoonUBB Wlnolaljoder 

Gcrmin citizens. P«i. »nt-. Fcnirvlr F«a« tut In, 

VI ii'Ti to tbe Fair, (it.*., etc 

ivA^lJhlJAY KVKNiiNG, Auguat l.tb-Firat Appnarauoaof 

JOHfl ENRI6HT, BURLESQUE ORATOR 4. COMEDIAN 



I 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 

TO ORDER, SOI/. 

....*T ... 

LANCASTER'S 

• IT WAMllINOTOS MTRCKT, 
Jrl" In Opd. Micaira's Optra Uonrn 



FRONTIER I BELLEMERE, 
Manufacturing Jewellers, 

M*M Afsl. and «|suarta t'rjlters, 

IMPORTER! OF WATCHES t FINE JEWELRY 

TOO MONTOOM KM Y ITEIIT, 
jr-4 • r Oaedeer eerih of Washington. 



Tahoe Billiard Hall, 

Fr*m 8MB Monlfanrrr, lo 

IVo. »117 Kearny iwtreot. 

0UA8 L. 8T0WE A JAB. H. WHITE. PROPR'S 

■arTTil. rlecaat Huilui-d r«a«rt la fnr- 
■la had Biitb taa bait &lil rd Tablr-a and Bar ito< k. 
llM Wtillt tad Ratline Bmbm. Patron**, of cur 
frtaudi and Ibu pobllo rML'nctloiljr aollci lad. Jyl3 



FREE DIDACTIC LECTURE 



GENTLEMEN OF LA BELLE 
SANtttFRANCISCO, 

....AT.... 



PIjATT'S 

....OH... 

MONDAY rvr,.M.\o , 



:Auii, 



ah;, ltth 



QS "THE SOOIAL EVTL-0AU8K8 AND 

Cora- How to Arcid Tronblo Id tbe Domestic 
RalatlOBB," ate, snd olbar Patbolo'icftl and Social 
peLata pcrT*lnio2 to 11 «d and bit Reltttioca, bv 

DR. PAYNE, OF ST. I.OVIS, 
Aotbor Abd PbjflioiAo, now at BUSS HOUSE, 
Parlora 3? tad 38. rendy by aolentlflc elimination 
to toll *»□ jonr dieeaie without asking a qnastion. 
Madlcsl Examination, Bt ; Anthropological Exam- 
inatioo, locladlDg Book, V>- Remember, FREE at 
PLATT'B HALL, MONDAY NIGUT. au8 td 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 



BOLABSD BT THB JUDGES AT A LATE 

Fair af the Aaaartoao lnstltats, after a bllnd- 

trl.l agalnet (utawst's, Obl.ksrina'a, snd 

t. biT-H E BEST OS EXU I HITION. U. 

i — 'AX, AWLa A ...t. *a> O'Parrell atrest. 

B B.-Plaaoa al all stylss TO BEMT. mart 



cvijx. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

YlaWMIA HITT, HaTVAVBAV. 



TBU aUOiirt THEATRE HA8 BEER rU> 
dsaa r a t ar f . aatd Saabs ranted b, the night or 
!!t * b ,! V\ .* t *H ** 4 •»«!'»( eomaanlas 

with oa applleatlon bilatt- 
JOB! PIPtB, 

itMartoa atraat, b*a Fraooi. 



Of to ar. 
•— W*eMagtoa a 



irlator, 

lolieo. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

PBK TJIfDHRBIONKU. WHO HAH BEEN 
twelve i**r* conoaoUd with tbe praaa of 
~ and ta w«U Iraewa aa the aimbin af 

Vfc^1im^*,Sim\&£ 

lit. Is dlanslcblng replla. nuj M rsllsd 



WtTXI AM BE1TB» W ATBRI 

^ (B = 



m\2HZ- 



ATBSS, 



A GREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

THE NEW YORK PATENT CARPET RFNO- 
"atinit Corapanj. Patooted December, 1B70. 
Clnana aod reatoree oarpet* to tbeir original beau- 
ty and briatritnrm without removing the same 
from lb e floor. All Doat, Greece, or Uoal Smoke 
ramov.d by onrproiena, and dofacod colore will 
booome as bright an wheo new. 

f be qaalityaf tbe raatorait** it a' bo not Injuri- 
ods to the mi at delicate inlir.c and tint, and is no 
actoal prrventir* <. f moth and vermin. 

BAN VRANOIHOO OFFICE, 

No. US KEARNY STRBET, ROOM 5. 

Jy31-Im « SIMON LEOPOLD, Manager. 



GET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

— AUT.— 

PANS 

_ Repa : Tfid wb*rs tbey are 
made tbe nesies; end cheapest— at 

©, J. II. MKYER'M, 
jyll lot »fi8 Montgomery street. 




ixm 



CITY GARDENS, 

Crater of Twelfth and Fol.om street. 

SUNDAY ATOX'ST lltb 

AFTERNOON AND EVENING. 

GRAND MILITARY FESTIVVL 

OF THE GERMANIA RIFLES, OAPT. J. 
Sneider. STKUBKN GU.i KO. Capt. Wouhati, 
and tbe bAN FKaNOISOu FUSlLtliRS, Copt. 
Q. OantuH. 

On which occasion theCommitrea p'edge tbem- 
aalvca that this will be the URUWNlnG PICNIC 
of the senaon 

TWO BRAND BANDS have been engaged ftnd 
Will be in attendance at both Pavilions. 

GRAND OPEN-AIR CONCERT during toeday. 

Boats oa tbe lake, gymnasium and swings, free. 

Admission to the Gardens and all tbe amo a e- 
ments, only fiO tir-nte; children half prloe; chil- 
dren under sis years of ag», free 



NOTICE TO 

BOY8 AND GIRLS. 

TUB FIFTY-CENT PENCIL SHARPENER, 
for tbe nee of fiobool Children, is now for sale 
by tbe Manufacturer and Agent. JA8. 8T0TT 
1 OOI Market etreef, jn29 2w 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OB THB FINEST CANDY 
mads at our tiUtm Candy Factory daily. Al) 
ordere. especially from tbe country, are solicit** 
and will be promptly attended to. 

CANTY A WAGNER, 
lOT Montgomery it,, caar Sutter 



MRS. UPHAM HENDEE, 

CLAIRVOYANT AND MAONETIU PHYSI- 
CIAN, Rooms B14 Bash street, Room 4B. 
Offlpe hoais from 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 PUBLIC 

BBANOIB Thursday and BaturAaj eveoinga; alao 
eittlnsa for bnsineas. inl 1 ; Im 



Bar Sugar 

JjlOR BALK-41B KEAKSV STBEET, Al 
1 MERGER'S. 



vrholrnl, ,nd » 
(Uvf 



Also, t rery kind of Caediss, 
All. 

CBJ 



FRENCN HUTUAL PRGVIDEKT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, 



annum Let (9 per cent.) upon tie operations of the 
French Savings and Loan Hocfeiy for the six 
month* ending Jane 2»th, 1872, has, in conformity 
with tbe report of the Committee of Vonfioation 
appointed by the members of tbe tfealety, been 
declared by the Board of Administration, at the 
Beml-Aonoal MeetiDft htld on the lo.b inst. This 
dividend will be payable on and after tbe 18th lost. 
at the office of the Society, 411 Bash street. 
GUSTTAVE MAHK. 
Jy20 1m Director of French Savings Bsnk. 




Dr.Zeile'sWewRussianJiirlrisri 

—AND— 

ROIVJAN BATH HOUSE, 
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 

No. C«» PmcIQc slreast* 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES 
tablisbment of tbe kind. elTBer Id Kt- »Da o 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Watore. Suites of rooms la he same 
bnildina; for private paltenta. 



S 



THOMAS W. BREE, 







MANUFACTURER 

— AND— 
BEPAIKES 



DRUMS, BANJOS, 



— — — AMD— 

OTMKK MUSICAL ISI8TBVMKJIT 



ESTABLISHED IN 106ft. 



It4» 



S-Laasona given on tb* Banjo and Dram. — - 
9I0N STMfJCT, between Ftret and becond. 
N. B.-Flae-ton*d Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
easionals always on hand. ]al5 If 



IMPORTANT TO_HOUSEREEPERS 

TABLEWARE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of every llssorlotioa from wbioh the lilrer Is 
worn, oan be re- planed In the flneat and most dur- 
abia manner at tbe^S AN FRAN0I9OO GOLD 
AMD SILVER PJLATTNO VFOREA. 
CAA ajja.foa street, bet. New Montsom. 
err and Third. rasH lm 



M. A MJBIIA I Fnail riaaeC 



opsa for elasass and prlrate pnpile. A pnlr mSMSm 
rmiletaaet, aUItl — I 



HALL'S 

An ,A' 

% l L 

P A R 

A PR I 
R S L l 

A A , 

yellow' 

DOCK 

IODIDE of POTASS 

THE BEST BEAUTIFIER OF THB 

O O .L\BaC PTjBXI 0"BV 

In nae. Cures Pimples, Bolls, Blotcbea, Rben- 
matiem and Mercurial Palna. For sal* by all 
Draniau. , ,. UT]I , « „,., 

Praprletore, 
Cor. laBMSN sad tonnurclal ate. 
SOLE AGENTS FOB 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
Web foot Pills. iuiotf 



s 



TO LOVERS OF SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOTMEIT 

A Seleet Free.nnd-Rn.y nt the 



CHARING 



* 



SALOOH. 



... TWO DOORS FROM 

every Saturday evening. Chair 

... aharp. G. W. Brown, OoalnnaD 

1st, Chess, Billiards, every nlgbt 

ewe. Pouch. Bell's Life, Clipper, Day's 

on Hie. The beat of Hoi 



Oribbage, 
ondon Ni 
Doings, Call and Figaro on 



Pnnobes and Liqaora served, 
de23 tf J- EAGLES, Prorletor. 



BR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And College of Medicine. 

\€\ sinn BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 
l'U.l/vv' ive objoote to be seen. Open to tbe 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL, 
BIB Moo tgomer- street. FOB MEN ONLY. US 

^ae- Dh. JouDAirti nivi.'.'« 01»yic». oppoti 
MectiRnlcs' Fair. fJt I Gaarv atvaet. ad 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

RELIEF TO CRIPPLBB.-THK* 
great. encoesB attending theg 
use of DR. HALL'S CORN AND£ 
BUNION OUhE baa created conE 
sternotion amorigBt the corn doo-* 1 
tors. Tbe public no longer pay a large fee 
temporary cure, when a tlfty-oent bottlo of Dr. 
Hall a Remedy will give Immediate relief) nl 
effect a permanent cure for the worst Gornaaao) 
Bnniona. F. RIDER, Ageos, 

jna tf 8. K. cor. Rush sad Dnpont sta. 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

M AYE R 8' B A Z A AR, 



GEORGE MATES 

TsEALETt n» 0YSTBB8, CLA5IS 

U andall Made of SHELL FIBU. _ 
StaBaNoe. AO, Al. («. Oaiifornis* 1 
Marast, sntraooe on California street, v. 

Pabllo or prlrsU parties and families snpplisd 
fronj I * K t» 1? r M. l.dls.' sr"l«an»l("".n'f ' 
OTataratoeatima.lrosa.Ajl.uiur.sl' wily JHUMuaunuu 



Cor. Montgomery aad Pine itrsata. 
MMENSE VAAIETT OF JAPAN A OHINA 



ALHAMBRA tODJilNG HOUSE, 

FINELY FUr TI1SHED ROOMS. SIN- 
gle or ha salts, 

(TeU Llabtea su>4 Te.tll.led. 
Onmrniabad Rooms to let. Lodging «ith 
cot board. ALHAMBKA BuTlJ&INO. 



Oandy. Oazacslv. 

MA. MERCER, 8UOOEBSOB TO O. H. 
. Maroer, Wholeaaleand Ratal' C.t.dy Msno- 
fartnrsr, Al • Kstmr Btrsst sod lil Beoooif, 
,r~«. s.n FrenelsooU tttaMJahsd_lSM Orda^a 
" - tall 



n GARO." 

TE JOUKHAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

Pabliehed ererj Dm In tie Teix by 
I>. BOOABDTJS 



St Merchant «i»d *«* WwUiito. St. 

Below Moate-omenr. Sen Francisco. 



BATCBDAr ACOCBT 10, 1872 



TTlio l«aurel Palace. 

In LoDdon and Pari* are many beaatif ul sa- 
loons where wines and other liquid refresh- 
menU are dMpeoaed. Search these cities 
throngh and It is doubtful whether you could 
And ODe eqatUlng In beauty, tasteful adorn- 
ment and elegance the Laurel Pilace, just 
completed by Mr. OeorgeEahmao, at the north- 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like It has ever been seen, never w*s irach 
elaborate decoration Uvi-hed on a saloon. The 
interior Is fltted-np throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re. 
fleet Its baauties on all aides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed In the most artistic man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, flags, and 
clusters of flowers being man-els of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are or a 
quality in keeping with the costliness of the 
saloon. Everything is tie best tbst money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, the choicest 
brandies, and the very best brands of domesUo 
spirits may be found here. A spacious cellar 
runs under the saiooD. and here are stored, in 
Hers, liquors ana wines in the wood. The 
Laurel Pslaoe will be a favorite resort for those 
seeking refreshment after the theatre and be- 
tween the acts, and will be famous as a reliable 
place for the purchase of lanuly stores, In the 
way of wines and liquors. J 

TJsz Bbodie's Wokdzbfui. Rheumatic Lnn- 
x£HT. Then youll remember me. A 

A pf-t Havana, at Marks Wilrtnekl's "Bui- 
latin" Olgar Btore, noitheast corner Bush and 
Kearny, it a real Havana. Naff cad. * 



Sewinn; Machines for Sale or to R«s.t, 
Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
Klils'S Adjustable Treadle. x 

CLAiavoTAKT.— Madame Clara Antonla, the 
•slairvojsnt. Independent Truce Medium. 
Office, 426 Kearny Street. Consultations aj 
English, French and German. Q 



Bemoval, 

Newcll'6 Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
4 n immense business for the past year though 
hidden away up two flights of stairs. Now It 
has come ont In full view of everyone and Is es 
tabllahed at 136 Montgomery street. Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is now fast monopolizing 
all the fashionable custom of the citv. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
shirts at low prices, and Newell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of our best citizens, h 



Good Things, 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, 1ns- 
■oions and piquant*, are Invited to call in at 390 
Bush street, nearly opposite the Alhsmbra The- 
atre, and try Jones & Bchroeder's celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 m. to 12 at night, oa 



The Old Oyster House. 

For the laat eight rears The Birelve kept by W 
Sprees 640 Market street, has been the fashionable 
07Star houae of San Francisco. The private rooms 
np stairs are vary popular for wedding parties aod 
sapper parties. After the theatres call at the Bi- 
?a.T6 three doors below Kearny for jour oysters. 



To Those who Are Uald.. 

Do not fail lo call at 218 Bush street f Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 

Prof. Haydene Hair Restorative. r 

Clean Your Walls, 
James 0. Sellers, whltner, 31 Second street. 



X>o TCot Suffer from Corns, 

The unfortunate euffeiers from Corns, Ban- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can And instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. References given If required, h 

An Old Landmark. 

The- Verandah Cigar Store, at the N.E. corner 

of Kearny sad 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. z 

OOO Pairs ot Socks, 
At all prices, at t he What Cheer Laundry. * 



Hair Jewelry made to Order. 

H. A, Callender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 

Second street, San Francisco. 



nTeDewell, Show Csvrd Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. s.E. corner 
Montgomery and Saeramento streets. 



Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
•gigantic proportions. Emerson CervIHe, of the 
Saddle Boek, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
ai own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parts of the Paclnc Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
■ ■ Saddle Book" is known everywbere. q 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC NIWS. 

Kistori is ac-ing In Paris. 

Miaa Giyn continues to read with snecsas in 
London. 

Barry StdliTas will likely visit New York this 
winter. *3ss^_J 

Signor Bdfuoli baa teen singing locoocertio 
London with Mits Nils=on and Mr. Stanley. 

There is soon to b» a musical lesiiral at Brealsn, 
at which Miss Minnie Haacit is to appear. 

A new theatra is to be boilt in Bom", which ia to 
sarve ai a model theatre, and as a scbool for the 
Improveaeat of »be IuU.au drama. 

Miu Matilda Pbil.'ip*. a yonnser sistar of the 
fivorite Amerioan contralto, was to make her 
dsbat in "Oenereutola." at Milan, on the2-dof 
Jane. 

Mr. W J. Flo;ence proposes to return to the 
Coiled State, in toe latter part of Anguat. H» 
will bring aoma norell'e', aod will go e-aniDc. 
His wifa will remaia in Knrjpe forayear or two 
for rest aod stuOy. 

The 'Woman in White" ia been fltted for the 
French stags onier lbs title of "La Femme en 
Blaoo." 

A German Moatcian bas discovered that the 
tone of a violin can be greatly improved by im- 
mersing the instrument in lager beer, and leaving 
it there unit! it becomes thoroughly saturated. 
Some of our German musicians beli6Te in lager 
beer and sttorate themselve with it. 

TbeLoa on Athenaaam thus apaaka of a debu- 
tante at Coved Garden: 'Mile Smeroshoi, in 
one word bas neither physical power, dramatic 
talent, nor vocal ability enough to ]u=ti/y her in 
aspiring to be aLondou'prima donna" The San 
Francisco papers doa't treat debutantes in that 
eruelway. They talk about their "charms of per- 
son' if they can't praise their ainging. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bandmann have been well receievd 
aotheQneen'sThea're, Loudon. The Figaro of 
Jn.yl.Hn, says; "Two Btars, of more than aver- 
age magnitude, have bsen provided in the shape 
of Mr. and Mrs. Bandmann, who now return to us 
after a very prolonged tour in the provinces suoh 
as Australia. Both haaband and wife are evi- 
dently welcome to a large class of play-goer.,, and 
Justly so; for the actor has an undeniable power 
of hia own. and tne lady has a winning sweetness 
and a womanly grace ab^ut her style, which makes 
her a fa'r specimen of an ordinary, trough popu- 
lar type of act-ess. Mr. Bandmann eho*s no 
small pawer of expression in the scene with Doris 
Q'lioault, is aot 1, where be tells the sympathetic 
little actress how his life bas been wreoked by bis 
mysterious loss of his beloved wife; but he rania 
sadly, later on in the piece, when be is conning 
over tbe wards which are to terrify la Pompadour. 
He shows himself moreover, to have failed in ac- 
quiring tae art of repose, especially in his extra- 
ordinary intoiuction.all ragged anil di levelled, to 
that society which he takes snch bitter pleasure 
ia insulting. He succeeds, however, from first to 
hut, in obtaining a good grasp of his audience, 
by meanB of a certain rade vigor which, to some 
extent, atoaes f jr his want of renoEment. One 
cannot help wishing that he would not make such 
grotSEqnely ugly faces when he attempts to show 
that be is a offering from strong emotion. A. word 
must ba given to the pretty way in which the 
Queen's conhdkute, D jris, is played by Mis. Band- 
mann. 

Mrs. Scott Siddous is at the Theatre Royal. 
Portsmouth, England. 

Mr. a=d Mis. Wis. Cast'e and Campbal 1 . the 
baritone, all of the late Perepa-Bos* English 
Opera Tronpe, left London 9th for Milan. 

London date < are up to tbe 13th. At the Drnry 
Lane, Italian Of era. Aubsr'e "Oaterina" was to 
be shortly presented, for Ihe first time on tbe Ital- 
ian stsge, with Marie Marimon as the heroine. 
Nilsajn was to appear but thiee times previous to 
her marriage, 27 tn. The theatre was to close 27th. 
Covent Garden was a'so to c'.oie 27th. and of- 
fered nothing new. 

Beojamin Oliver Oonqaest, long manager of 
the Grecian Theatre, and the Eagle Tavern, prior 
to being succeeded by hia s;n George, died 5;h 
aged sixty-eight. Conquest was once an ado.-, 
and acquired his chief oelebrity by singing "Billy 
Barlow" many years ago at the Pavilion for twenty- 
eight weeks in succession, four times a night 

George Tnrpin, late box-keeper for twenty-five 
years at the Haymarket, died, I0;h, of dropsy, 

aged sixty-one Kate Newton and her minstrel 

husband, Charley Backus, had arrived from Bew 

York, on a abort summer tour. Barry Sullivan 

gave a banquet, 10th at the Freemason's, to a 
party chiefly composed of his early friends. Tbe 
companv icaluded Crawford Wilson, Willi -m 
Creswick, Bichard Les, Andrew Halliday, Thos. 
Spencer, William Sawyer. G. A Sala, E L. Blan- 
ohsrd, JohnUxfoid, Tom Hood, George Painter 
EL Boys, and Ambrose Bieroe, "the late Town 
Orier" of tbe News Letter. 



Altogether trie Best. 

It is curloup, but tine, that J. A Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should Bell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper ihnn any other 
dealer In this city. Try him and you will be 
convinced. t 



-Ooralc Sons. 

No more you need be troubled with file*. 

No more need yon use poison — 
Jnst buy yourself a Hoosier Trap, 
Pop go the flies In, 
Hoosier Fly Catcher Factory, 240 Sixth street, x. 



IS You Want 

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

Sanitarians Salt Water Baths. 
« Herb 1— Wby don't you talce Ste.lt Water 

£aths regularly? Try one to-day, 4 the 'San- 
:*arium," foot of Powell street, North Beach. 
Only 25 cents. Steam baths 60 cents, or two 

warm bath ticket*. Dbibcolx. & Hagek. x 



,£*tao- -.jrTaTVtiio Cards. 

At one dollar per eoaen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
Missian streets. x 



A. Tim : Present, 

At this if stive season, a down of Banana's ax- 

-. ; niaitely Savored punohes form a most appropriate 

p resent, the egg aog punch saves a great deal of 

- uoabls, and is compounded with great skill. Hia 

famous symposium it at 2D Li*desdorff. and is pra- 

BsjMBkjekfSHs^sadkaAesfS^Uf^BA^LJA 



LilT-e Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding is the cause of many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Bestanrant, on Wash. 
lngto& treat, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, who has catered for the public since 
849. provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
tront, Balmarnndl soup, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
m?n can desire. The best cop of tea In the 
city — EnglUh breakfast tea — tkmchong a»d 
Orange Pekoe — can be obtained here. D 



Notice to Housekeepers. 

Leave your orders at the oCnoe, 128 Kearny 
street, the Sew York Carpet Benovating Co., 
where Mr. Simon Leopold is the manager. He 
will make your carp-ts look as new as when 
they were first put down, wl'.hout taking them 
from ihe floor or removing the furniture. You 
had better look to your costly carpets. * 



A& ashing Beturnea in One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a hat is 'The" Hat Bronx, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Rearny. The stock is immense, the fash. 
ions are the latest, and the prices are the 
lowest. ^_^_ • 

•• Bosedale 

Polsa Militaire," by Stadfeldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price 60 cents. At Gray's 
Music Store. 623 and 625 Clay street. r 



it is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at tbe What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 ajc. returned tbe same evening if de 
sired. x 

Lever 13u.oer.le wuspeaders, 

At (1 per pair— 35 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where— at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

Best Quality of X>OferSkcln. 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 

Cheer La-ondry X 



Boalth ana Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasures In 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 
ket-p a carriage of their own, can 2nd one 
equal in elegance to tnr private conveyance 
at the Occidental CamEge stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. Hie 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above Is: 
go to Frank Bouton at the occidental Hotel 
When yon wast a carriage, o 



Foreign and Domestic Draft, 

A^ssycrs, Eaters, Confectioners, Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, and sll manufacturers needing drag- 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the cash price list of Stroh, Schmidt 
at 0o., importers, (successors to Hug * Schmidtj 
535 Commercial St.. one door Delow Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horton'e Tobacco Antidote, a 



.Wow Style Jewelry. 

Strangers and others contemplating making 
purchases of Jewelry should inspect A. Hirsch- 
man'* elegant stock of new styles of Jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 Kearny street, 
between Sutter and Post. Everything at lowest 
cash rates. _ F 

Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
chionic and speciflo practice, and as snch Is 
now the most successful of any Physician In 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. T 

Do Yon Know 

That with Btjttebice'b Pattzbitb you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A, Doming, agent, office of tbe Howe Sewing 
Machine. No. 113 EearuT street, between Sutt % 
and Post, San Francisco. . • 

Or. Barlow J. JSixtltn 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 1H, at his 
Hygel&n Hall, 637 California Bt„ and examines 
patients phrenologicallyas to health. The best 
and cheapest place In California for a sick per- 
son to set well. Q 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 8 



BADGER'S 



Grand Central Park, Oakland. 

8E00ud Station beyond Broadtrav. 



SUNDAY AUGUST 11, 1812 



The Uusuai Attractions, 

INCLUDING OBA8. AUEKS' 

METROPOLITAN BAND! 

WHO WILL GIVE A. 

GRAND COHCEBT! 

OF OPEBiTIO SELECTIONS. 



SK4T1.1G, GYMNASTIC EXERCISES, ETC 



AdmluloB.. 



Children 10 cents. 



The Greatest Curiosity 

Ever exhibited to be see. at 

Neumann's Silk Culture, 
EXHIBITION, 

7SS Market street, Banerofi'i Building 

ADMISSION TWENTSVFrVfl CENTS 

Open every day from 10 A at to 10 p.m. au5 



GRAND CHILDREN'S MATINEE 

Saturday, August 10th, 

— d» — 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL. 

PBOFESSOB KABLINE WILL GIVE AN 
r amusing EXHIBITION OF VEKTE1LO- 
QUISM. Alio, will be exhibited a M AGIO LAN- 
TERN, with Comic Scenes. OOallO SONGS. 
DANOES. and other amosicg fee tares, will con- 
stitute the programme. 

Tickets , 2-5.ee nts ; DO reserred Beat*. 

N- B.— Sobolos Tieltinc. half price. and 



N-OTIOB. 

QN AND AFTEB TBE FIE3T SEPTEMBSB. 

AIL THE BARBER SHOPS AND BATH HOUSES 
IN THIS CITY 

WILL OL08E AT g O'CLOCK EVEBY EVEN- 
ING EXCEPT SATURDAY. an9 if 




PURE WATER. 

CALIFORNIA 

Porous Stone Filter, 

FOE HOUSKHOt-D OR MAjrUFAOTTJBING 
purposes Hole's, Bes anrants, Distilleries, 
Druggists, Hospitals, Public Insiitatiooe, and all 
purposes where Pare ff»w is iudispeoeible. 

Toe maters of the Filter claim its superior ty 
over a) others to the application o! STONE aa a 
FILiKRING MiDir.M, b'Asg tne only true aad 
□Ktaral method. 

This Filter is re\dily attached <0 all faucets io 
common asp. and beiac reversible is ailf-cleaninft- 
IT IS HIGHLY £NDORSeD BV THE MKD1- 
CAL PAOfJLTT. Call and spe it io operation at 
the Depot, Xo. 808 Market street. 

ALt'BED ULAtvKE, Sols Agent, 

•9"Price 92 30 each. A liberal discount to deal- 
er*. ac6 lw 



GO TO 

JOLAN'S 

FOR YOUK 

BOOTS AN1> SHOES. 

Ton eon Save from fiO Cent- to Three 
Dollars on every pulr yon buy. 
KTOIjA-lNr, 

11 Third street, near Market. 

■9-Lookontforthe BIO BOOT. ao3 1m 



L 



BARGAINS ! 

15 



BARGAINS ! 



DOZEN HA.T8 

TO BE BOLD 

BelOTT Cost! 

Within tbe next thirty daje, at 

MRS. E. RECAN'S, 

jyiS Im 1M THIED ST BEKH 



10,000 Useful Articles 

MIS AT 1ST OTHER STOKE, 
....AT.... 

YAJf SCHAACK & GO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALX KINDS OF 

Mens' Clothing* 

CHEAPER 

THAN AT AST OTHER STORE, 

....AT.,.. 

VAN SCHAACK & CD'S, 

KEARN YSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT KIND OP 

Housekeeping Goods, 

CHEAPER 

THAN AT AXI OTHER STORE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALE KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles. 

OHEAPEHJ 
THAN AT ANT OTHER STORE, 

SE3 ....at.... aSw 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 



FANCY GOODS. 



[EA IPEIX*. 



THAU AT ANT OTHER STORE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

oex:e:ax»x:x«. 

THAN 'AT ANT OTHER STORE, 

....AT 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 

CHEAPER 
THAN AT ANT OTHER STORE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

ttMNY JTWET OPPOSITE PUU j 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACTFIO BTONK COMPANY CALL 
tbe especial attention of Aroblteots. Engin- 
eers, and the poblio fa general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALIFY of the Stone now being manufactured 
by them in this citr nnder tbe Ransom* Patent*. 
They maks to order and keep in stock : 
Iinlldlne Fronts, Water Pipe, 

Slnba, Monument*, Fountains, 

Tiles, Copings for Walls, 

Filters, etc., etc.. 

Together with Bansome's celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior, 

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

«sT~The attention of private parties Intending to 
bnild is reipeotfuily solicited. 
Office, No. IO BUSB STREET, Bin Franoisoo. 

THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN 1 SURGING BREAKERSI 

FOAMING SURF 1 K0S5TER SEA LIONS I 

&FIETIZINO BREAKFASTS, LUNCHES 
DINNERS AND SUPPERS, 

BRINO TOXTR WIFE! 

BRING TOUR FAMILY! 

BKIJiO TOUB IAUT FRIEND! 
And eniDj a Tiew of tbe FIKKiST OOEAN PANO 
KAMA IN THE WORLD, all in sight at 
the worlQ-renowaod 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet o wbite-win^ed mease&gvn eateiUM 
from erery part of the commercial world. 

»9- New Line Basse,, oo smta tipg with Btrawk 
Oars at Lone Mannt&in eTernbtDioates hereaf tar 
for the Cliff Honte. Fare 25 centa. 

CftLIFORNIAJESTAURAHT 

NOS. «10, BHAKD U1AMOHT- 
gonsry etreet, near Morchant.-» 
Ladies' Saloon sonneoted with the Raa- 
tanrant. 

JBI11 ol Fare. 

Ice Oreom or Cofte* FREE t« 
any person Spending 35c- 

Benp, with Fish or Rroaata LSo 

Two J2&TKS lftt 

Three r.uxo «t>e 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee l5o 

Steaks or Obope, with Tea or Ooflee. . .160 

Sirloin Steak, do »0 

FreHh Oyeters, Raw or Stewed. 160 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer Wo 

Bottle of Olaret Wine Ino 

Piee, Pudding or Oake 5o 

Oat Meal, MrtBh er Oraoked Wheat..,. 60 
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

While or Claret Wine ,., 5o 

del-tf JOHN' BKOaUT. Propriet**7 




NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB.,.. 

PIANOFOBTEand SINGING. 

MONS. ALEXANDER WOLOWSRI, TUB 
well known Pianist and V oculist hits the 
honor. to inform bia friends and the public of Sun 
Francisco that he opens oouraeB for Piano and 
Singing, by his entirely new and simplified sys- 
tem, the shortest in existence— readine Music »t 
sight, accompaniments of on? song by a new 
maroh of b&rmony, bb well es the most thorough 
kaowledgb of time, by Mone. Wolonelti'a new in- 
vention, which bas chested a great feceation in 
the musical world. Lidies and genriomen deai- 
rons to beoome fiaesingbrdor ex^eleot perform- 
e;s osn leave their orders at tbe Piano Wareroonu 
of WM, BADGER, No 13 Ssnsdme streer; or.at 
Mone. W.'s reainence, No. 4»a SuLter street, 
jy 31-lw 



VERY HflNDYJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AJT 
^ Mi33ioo stre.Bt oars take you to Wo. 3 Second 1 
street. Kearny, Saitsr, and Central can take 
yon to 1*4 Kearny street 

Our "X" wo Stores, 

Where yon can be supplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds of FURNISHING GOODS and TOILS 
ARTIOLES at prioes lower than most stores oa 
afford to sell them for. 
«F- Call and satiaty yonrselvM. 

BJ^ISEBICT A. CO. 




EX7RA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SH02S! 

ON HAND and a ado 

to ORDhR, 

—AT— 

L. BLAIR'S, 

Ktarny street. 



RACINE HOUSE. 

3Vo. 1033 Kearny «t-, 

BAN FRANOISOO. 

THB ABOVB HOUSB IS OONTKNIENT — -*. , 
to all the Biesmbost landingi, buiineao-^g 
portion of the city, and the principal. places (HI 
of amueement- Bast of scoommadations •t™^' 
lowest prioes RosUnrant attached to tbe hoasa, 
where the best of board can be had on the restau- 
rant plan. OPBH ALL NIGHT. r 
jnM lm J. BIOKBRSTAFF, Proprietor. 



THE HIBERITIA SAVINGS ATO 
LOAN SOCIETY. 

N, E. Cor. Montgomery and Market 
StreetSr 

Sam Fbanciboo, July 23<*, 1872. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Di- 
rectors of this Society, be'.d this day, •«"'; 
dend was declared on a'l deposits, at the rate ei 
eight per cent, per annum, for the naif-year er.<nni 
July 2'et, 1872, payable immediately, ana ire* w 

F ij25 , 2 l w , * X * EDWARD MARTIN PeoretatT. 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 



AMATEUR SOCIETIES. AND THE PB£ 
fesaion generailv — The undersigned Mgjl? 
inform all in need of PLAT BOOKS^aad SjA*- 
DARD DRAMAS that h| is constantly reooiWB 
the Latest Pnblioationa from all Amerioan am 
Ennlieb Houoea. Address ail orders to B. M- w 
WARDS (lateD. E. Appleton A Go's). SOS W" 
SIO Montgcnery etreet, Ran Francisoo. 
Catalogues fnrntshed on appHoartion. »P '»L 



H 



J. CORIW, TRUNK MAKER, 

AS REMOVED FROM CORNER OF 3UT 



x.imer and* Montgoniery streets to No. -- 
MONTGOMERY hrBKET. between Pin «, fc r 



Bush, opposite the Ruse House. 



Dr. J. H. Tufford, 

PHTSIOIAN FOB THE TBEATMEKT O) 
Dise^.. of the Ear. Threat and too*, to la 
halation ot Atonmad IrUdioiaa.. U«oali DMltn 
ome tor Dealosas, OatMib. BronohlHj. aaBjiJ 
Ooost.mpt.loa, .to. Ejjoalaatlon FBEB. 0»e 
1»8 Kunw atreofc Offlo. hou» from 8 a.*, t 

SF.lt '° a "' 



DA8HAWAY STABLES, 

11(1 POST ST.. BET. KBABWYS*. 

H>Av and Dapont. — Bookawaja and *«&£■, 
BnaaiM on the moat reasonable feertna JaawUV 
LadiM' and Gentlemen's Saddle Hor.e. \T M 
always on hand . Partionla I attention — ' * ' 
Jiidti BfTfJIal '•rsea.rr 1 Mil U 

I 




J $) MINTGOMERY'SI 
HOTEL, 



u> nuaoMO, urciotr. iioiit io. i»ti 





-■. », »^"*i« 



ivi.-iw. ta. 



A-TVO 



HORTICULTURAL |" 
FLORAL FAIR! 



M1W ALHAHBRA THEATRE. 



nn«T wxsk os* 



Horticultural Society 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

TO irt arc; r iT TBTB »r» 



Masuire's California Minstrels! 



tho att 



ter 



or tlie "World 



FIRST "VVEIISIX. or 

TNI ORKTIIT Of ALL LIVHO ITHIOPIAN COMEDIANS 



! Cliarlcs Button I 



Cool Dursc 

•TOCKTON AND POST STREETS ^__. 

• |.|.o-lto riil ... •».,...».-.-. UTDROiT AND ICKDAT FVEWINOS ACODIT 10 •■< II 



-AJ*E> 4SA.TTJII.X3A. -8- MATINIX 



: 



-atk « i.i.* U •*••!••• *l !*•■ 

in the United States' 



Pari i'ii.i-i:iii.Tiui,ii««nt n l.i •*„!..... 

MAGUl*aVB HALiri'l.MI MIN'TREl.* 



•4SJ lllgll-t Itl 

TO ...»..» | > >i I. . i . 



r TV. nwi •! lb. t ulna an !'Ui!M to aaabo 

I fcl'i iln l m* •> «■. «Mm ..b it II « .... k«M 



n.ooo in caih premiums 



•rdor to •*»*. h. dltoto, of Oallfar> 

in. l.-r.-n i-i: Prod .";-.„*. r:., I t.r . ■ ij ».d* 

Grand Concert 

S--TT tar l.l.t '»• r.SIHI-o WKHIDTt BC*LOTT"» 
. •»• ul pop«!»r UKt »l> 0B0BBSTBA. CMaaM.f 

a* *..■ « * -i.u »f saa r.«»xi«c». baa bMi Mitojrw to 

ai—a !■— IV* toot* .-w . ata«t : nttf bftortotoat aad aroa. 
•aa «*»•• «v> ■«■• oi is. r jr. tto (npui of wbiok 
•nil b. o»» l> >.« rrorr *•». 



>■■■■• Tl.b.... odtolltlo. O»o C'kll»w*n 
... *»»• I • 





statu- 


a iu, >>«!■■■ 


S-r t 1 

•ST" '»• sA>t 




•nNiuu frsWs." " 



■to. -I par. :t. or .aardi 

^BBgWa ftota oo. bo obaa.aod fr a. aor of 11.0 Huifin, »t l!i. 
Itototoat to at aa, to tb. p.taCpal Book. M..I. or Dracrtorof 
at too oMr 

■* • void aaloto erdarod br tb. Trta.oror. 

■ IDlSlllr 

l» BOLANDEB. I K I. REIMRR 
O »1« I WILLIAM w- YF.It. 

r a hi I p. wmsisaiK... 

a •auLMA.v I r. luubsman. 

■0»r»T T. BCTOI, Trnnrtr. 



ro cvyciiBM wrrm tnm rtmar jm«t n.vju. 

Dr. 1'ittT-t ifT R. Ainsloj Srntt mnrl Nafrnlre'H Calirornln Minstrel". 



Part 8ccond- 



-Olio. 



Senator Hart on the Darwin Theory 



T€>3\dL A/TTTS I 



TOTHL vSLTXJaSI ! I 



HUROBSS. ADD RYMAN tod OHABLBS BUTTON. 

BALLAD-ftotoMod MISS FANNY GIBSON 



J3EST_.E5HA-3>J , r7»r cfc KCIDTNrC3-Il.E3R. I 

1\ iFff AXD OB10IRAL SOIVOS AND DANCES. 



UVmTl'RR . 



IIRI IIHIUA 



The whole to conclude with J. 0. BWwsrfs Ordinal Sketoh entitled 

THE BABY ELEPHANTI! 

antique 

".MM Ur KS 

RnsK 

JA0K SHARP, a SeeoaUtor.. 



.. .OHAHLRH Sl'TTDN ;J.VT 

MISS FANNY OIBS'iN SAM 

.J. ROBINSON | LIZA JANN.. 



ROB HART 

....HAM Rl« KEY 

ADU HYMaN 

J. KRWP 



F RIC E3 OF ADMISSION 

IHIKM riKd.r. OXE DOLLAR 

(.Rrill'.sTRA C'H 1IR1 FIFTY CEXTS 

I'AROl'KT TWRJITY-riTK CENTS 



%T All Bill* tog*lDSt tb« Alb»n.brA Tbostre mast bo presented hereafter on Mondsv. 
In* Piaoo tued la from the bonse ol KobJer. Ohsse A 0o., 683 OIat street. ssenU (or the oclebrited Gbiokerlai Plsno 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



A Grt«l Varlrljr Sho. I <htt 



opi:ii.a Boi'irt BciLLcaanca. 

MISSTRBLir, HEOMO ACTS, 
XjBlC»IT , IIWI.d».T , «l DW m. Tur m 
BATTTKDAT ua STJNDAY EVENINGS 



ll.lnucllcl r*ro(i'Aiuiuo 



rmiT ST 



THE MURDER OF THE KLU KLUX KLIN! 



•'OSIB MA.TriBIjZ}. 

ooozeiZj «ud coornH 

IB 

"OAUINC MIBIONUri. "MM Of NICODEMUI," ETC 



TOMMY MfLAUOHHIH 

TIIBJIO DAKOKR. 



ivtrx. bujUY FonncaT 

■looUtor Gratowl ood T^aolor, 



Ifii' Ray Leroy, the Popular Daoiems. 



TUB (.SKAT RBNRATIOrT OP 

THE MURDER 



Macros , Htrrr lfowsr<t 

Brvod Fred Ooopf r 

Unel- Beo Usrry Dstos 

Andy Mr. Ssatsll 

Wallace ....Oeorte Foster 

Jim Ottarlsi Oogilt 

Aliice M»i» Lsroy 

Roaie Teniae ram mars 

Lens Fanor Wcibatar 

AuntMarr MarOolamAA 



Tocooolods *rith 

THE X>XXXTJ>3'X^./m.XXX> 

Obarscton by the Oompsny. 

ADHIWIOM sVS CcaU 

Eotraooa to Pnula Boxes oa Satter streeL 



THE MODEL LUDOIKO IIOINKA. 



PAPirin unnt-r .... a Magary «» Co., successors to Haanrey M. Lock wood A Co. 

rAVllrlll nUUoL, * l.ir.i -.i»,r .... SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF 

OLYMPIC HOUSE "bV."' ."'."'.-«: Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 

.o-a. ___ __._•.. BBBJL. nan ■mr « a »» to> — oiinto •■ »-.■. — — . — — — j- —__-._•• to w ^ toBTri*«V*> 



R \LSTO?< A OOTRRLL 



RrOIfB PRICE. 



Wo. 381 KEAKNT hTkeP.T. HETWKES HI' IS II AND HUTTER. 






AT PLATT'S MUSIC HALL 
ttrand Batinee 

Pianoforte Recital 



OF JUSS 



ANNA 



....THE.... 

CELEBRATED PIANI8TE 

...ON.... 

SATURDAY AUGUST 10th 

AT TWO O'OLOOK P. at. 



Programme. 

l»ort Mr.t, 

1. TRULUDK AND FOGUK M MZTOEMSOBH 

1 IUPROHPrU AND VARIATIONS Scoubcbt 

). ADrHOUWUNQ 

jb DBS ABENDS 

4. BPIHNI1IO BONO-FljlDI DaioboiAQ (W.ffoar) LISZT 



l SCHCMASB 



Pa-re B.ooad. 

I. BOIBKIB DB VUCNNA TAUtoia 

(•BOOTVBlfBr M 

' lb IMPROMPTU Sharp 

T. RHAPdODIB H0N0B0IBB OHOTOr 



Jonopnr 



CHA.B.' PftlTaOR.. 



MABAOBa 



Doora opoa at 1 o'aloak— to ooatnoaoa al I o'olook. 



1DBIHIUII OH BOLltl 

aar toto u« bo fMarad at M. Qrap*. oait o. in aad SU Olar 
alrtot. 0* Kridaj, Amnat Itk, (ram A. M. to 5 P. If., and o 

H.Aota.t 10 -,b. alPlnt'a Hall, froal A.M. to 1 P. M. 
•Itbaat .xtra abarfo. 

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TO SIOIfOBIITA 

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UNDER DIRECTION OE 

SIGN0R D0MENIC0 SPERANZA. 



First Public Appearance In this city of 

Signora Assunta Speranza, 

PRIMA UONNA OONTRAbTO. 

PROCRAMME-PART FIRST. 

1. OVRRTURE— A.o'do Verdi 

J. OAVATINA DI ROSINA— II Barbt.ro Roastur 

hlt/norlni. Adellnu Mperun7,it. 

3. PAOR. E0UVJ.R. OAPirAINK-Bar.ton* Billad-MEWBBHE 

Mr. I,oul» Dnchex. 

l. LA MA^DOLINITA Raladilhb 

Arraocod tor Qa"ar, and prodaoed f>r tae first uiub by 
Mr. M. "V rerrcr. 

*. RKOITATIVO-Arla e »r*n Ooro FuutTS RossLNI 

A-arnitria AmuhIii Npi-r im/.n, 

AND PUPIL3 OF THE ITALIAN MIMICAL INSTITUTE 

Part Second. 

1. BINF0NIA— Horma Bellini 

2. OUANO ARIA— Beatrice di Tends Bellini 

Ml gnur il AUvIIiim Nuirrnnxn, 
AND PUfiLS ITALIAN mOsIOAL INBTITUTE. 

J. ROMANZA-Anne Boleyn DONIZETTI 

NiKtuirii Aiaatitu Spertuiaiis. 

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Hlanor Purrdea nnd Mr. M. Y. Ferrer. 

5. GRAND DUO-Somtritmidu KObsini 

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'HE JOURNAL OF AMTJBEMIHT8. 

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SATURDAY. AUGUST 10, 1872 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Metbopoutan Theatbe.— " Article 47, " 

wn b Mite Ada Grey as ibe intere !ting bat wicked 
Oora, ban draws large and fashionable aodieoccc 
every evening during the week. It will be played 
at the matinee to-day, tbia evening and to-mor- 
row eveoing for the last time. On Monday eve- 
ning a drama entitled "Woman; bor Charms, her 
Graces and Follies." written expressly for Hlaa 
Ada Gray by Tbomu B. Da Waldeo, author of 
" Sam," and other popular plays, will be presented 
for the flrwt time on any ttjge. Those who admire 
the drama more than pieces which delight the 
eye, must make the most of the brief season re- 
maining, as "Humpty Damply,'' which we proph- 
esy will achieve a soocess even surpassing that of 
' The Sheep's Foot," ovtr which ail San Francisco 
went wild, will soon he placed 00 the stage. 

Ajlbambba Theatre. — The f nil perform- 
ance which has delighted large and fashionable 
oodienosa avary night daring the week will be given 
at the matinee at 2 o'clock to-day and again 
tbis evening. Bob Hart, the moat mysterious and 
seamed of lecturers, who would paasia a Phila- 
delphia lawyer: Deleb&nty and Hengler, the most 
original, dashing and untiring of song and dance 
men ; Coal Barges! the Priaoe of burnt cork bur- 
lesque business; Charles Sutton. J. G. Russell, 
and a host of others will appear in a p-ogramme 
which Is bard to beat. "The Baby Elephant" 
lends the aadience. into fits of laugbtsr and from 
the time the cuitaln iluis until it fals the funis 
fast and furious. 

Bella. Uniok.— For Tariety and excel- 
lence, the performance given here can scarcely be 
eurpaased by that at any variety theatre In the 
United States. A new bill has been prepared for 
to-night. Aft-r a first part oonolading with a 
new walk-around entitled "Sift Sand Sal," Geo. 
and Charles Reynolds will appear in the doable 
song and dance of "P.-etty Black Eyed Kitty;" 
Marie Zoel and Miss Josephine in doable song 
and dence of adiSsrent style ; Jennie Johnson in 
comic ssngs; J. H. Larkin and Carrie Armstrong 
ton Dutch sot; Mrs. Ohailes Ooriell In one of the 
beautiful ballads which Bhe amgs so sweetly, and 
with Mr. Obar.'es Coriell in the comicsl sketch *of 
"Proposition Opposed," others will appear in 
Specialties, and tbe romaniia supernatural drama 
entitled "The Dice of Death" will terminate the 
performs noe. 

Hew Amebicin Theatbe.— The new* play 

entitled "The Murder of tbe Klu Klux Klan" 
bin made a bit, and will be played again this even- 
ing and until farther notice. Oogill and Cooper re- 
oAvts rounds of applause in their double longs 
and dances, atd the entire bill presented is tbe 
moat attractive oce. 

Pacific Hall.— To-morrow evening a 

sacei concert of orchestral muoic by an orchestra 
of 40 instraments will be given at Pacific Hall un- 
der the direction of Louis Schmidt and Oscar 
Weil. The attendat.ee at the last proved that 
these coLccrta must alwajs be " fashionable," but 
they should be also popular. The admission to the 
gallery, wbere a goodly number of oognosoenti 
assembled last Tuesday, being only fifty cents, 
that portion of the house should always be crowd- 
ed. Five hundred dollars worth of mu*i3 (that is 
what eicb concert coite) for four b u is cheap 
eaoagb even for San FronciBCo, wbere people 
don't care about paying more for admission to an 
operatio concert than to aeircus. Tbe programme 
for Sunday ia a very fine one. It comprises one of tbe 
most taking pieoea performed at the first conoert : 
"Le Trot du Cavalier," and selections from Beet- 
hoven, Schubait, Schumann and other oomposers 
It aopears on our b: t page. The third concert 
of the series will be given on Tuesday whea Lin- 
coln Verneo, a tenor lately arrived from Lc^doD, 
will make bis first appearance. 

Woodward's Gardens — The Buislay 

Family will appeir tbis afternoon in a great acro- 
batic and gymnastic performance In the Pavilion, 
and weather permitting, the mammoth ballooa 
will be sent up, To-morrow an extraordinary 
entertainment will bo given by the Bnislaye, in- 
cluding the Spire I Mountain. Tbe greit balloon 
has beoa thorough 1; repaired, and unless it blows 
a hurcicaoe, an ascension will certainly be accom- 
pl shed. August Bnislsy will go up with the 
balloon, suspended from a trepeze, and will per- 
form wonderful f«ats In mid air. As tbe ascen- 
sion will take place an an early hour, in order to 
avoid the interference of the winds which pre- 
vails later in tbe day, it will be as well for those 
who wlsb to see it to go early. 

Cnr Gardens.— The grand festival in 

aid of tbe Dominican Friars, exiled from Guate- 
mala, now being held, will come to an end this 
evening. Addresses by the clergy, concert*. 
balls, games, and sports, will fo m tbe pro- 
gramme. On Sunday tbe Germaoia Rifle-, 
Steubeo Guard, end tbe San Francisco Fu- 
siliers, wilt bold a grand Military Festival. Two 
grand Bands will be present. Concerts and games 
Will enliven the day. 

Miss Anna Mebxig's Pianeoete Mati- 

wee.— To-day tbe world-renowned pianists, Miss 
Anna Mehtig, will give a matinee pianoforte reci- 
tal at Platt'B Hall. St e will perform a fine pro- 
gramme of music, which appears on oar first 
page. It comprise] Pretade and fugae M, by Men- 
delssohn, Impromptu aod variations by Scbabert, 
and selections from the best compositions of Taus- 
sig, Schumann, Obcpin and Liezt. 

Mercantile Libra t Hall— Fun fob the 

Obildhen. — A matloee will be given to-day at 
Mercantile Hall. Professor K*rlfue will give an 
exhibition of ventriloquism, a magio lantern ex- 
hibition with comic scenes, and tbe rest of tbe 
programme will oonsiet of songs, dances, and 
other amusing feature*. As this entertainment 
is especially for the children they should muster 
in goodly numbers. 

The Cliet House.— San Franoieco Bhoulcl 

draw orowds of visitors from the Eastern States. 
every Summer. No oity can boast such a sea-Bide 
rtaort as the CI ill House; there is nothing like it 
anywhere else. Captain Fostei 'e dinners and sup- 
pers are famous. Hundreds will go there to-mor- 
row. 

Geobgf AN-cia Train.— Tbia most orig- 
inal of pabiia speakers, who draws crowded 
houses wherever he appears, u expected to ar- 
rive in this city in time to bold his Brat mast meet- 
ing at Maauire's Opera House on Tuesday evening. 

Anatomical Museum,— One of the' moat 

oomplete oo^cUons of the kind in the United 
States, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wax models, ie daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at the Museum on Montgomery street An 

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Humpty Dumptt.— Great preparatieo 
are being made for tbe prodaction of the great 
paatsmime of "flampty Dumpty" by Tooy Denier 
»cd company at the Metropolitan Theatre. Two 
or three oar loads of machinery for this piece are 
on tbelr way here and if they arrive In time 
"Humpty Dampty" may be producol daring t ho 
lattsr part of next weak. Burbary, tho soenio ar- 
tist of the Metropolitan Theatre, has been for 
months cast at work on magnificent scenery for 
the grand transformation scene. Tony Denier bos 
beea here for the lost weak superintending tbe 
prodaction of "HamDty Dampty." It will bo pre- 
sented In a manner equal in every reipeot to that 
whioh cbaractfliissd its sspressniation in New 
York, where it ran for 1,000 nights te delighted au- 
dience). Of tbe leading members of the company 
tbe Brooklyn Union of June nth speaks aa fol- 
lows: 

" Humpty Dumpty."— The enjoymentof panto- 
mime performances is ore of p = rsnnial fresQuess 
tn tbe juvenile breast. The wonderful Kavei Fam- 
ily years ago in "Night Owl," and tbe "Golden 
Star," illustrated it* f**ci nation a to the Am«riaan 
youth of tflat city, who, now, in their miadie age 
take tbelr cmluren to witness tbe mishaps of the 
clown and pantaloon in performauees Usa original 
oi imaginative pernape, but judtcioasiy modern- 
ized to meet the com p. eh ens on of crili al minds 
fresh from the study of nursery rhyme books 
Tbe most successful of these has been '"Humpty 
Dampty," which has had a wonderful and unpre- 
cedented run of one thousand nights in New York 
tnd has never failed to attraot crowded audiences, 

Mr. Tony Denier, whose compioy opened at the 
Park Theatre last evening, has also earned a flat- 
tering celebrity in the aaoje peculiar Hop, adding 
to the humorous buffuocery of tn* clown's charac- 
ter, an exceptional degree of skill as a Kynnrni'. 
The performance loot night of "Hampty Dumpty" 
was witnessed by a large and enthusiastic aadi- 
eooe, wblah Is not likely to diminish in numbers 
dating the week to which tne company's stay in 
Brooklyn is limited. Tbe highest mental fo jd is 
tho most satisfactory diet in tbe worm weather, 
aod b Dee taenia r divertisements and com! absur- 
dities are found to be a relief from the heavier 
and more solid entertainments of tbe winter, 
Tbe 1-adicg members of tbe company carried 
through their respective parts with oreditable 
skill. M'lle de Rhona as Goody Two Shoes, and 
afterwards as Columbine, was very airy and grace- 
ful. Mr. Raymond a .Harlequin, woo also fully 
up to tbe requirement of tbe ocossion, Mr. De- 
nier a? Hampty Dampty, was tbe incarnation of 
Imbsole absordity, and h's trioks and mishaps 
kept the audience oontinna'ly laughing. In the 
first portion of tbe i-erfomahos he danced a horn- 
pipe on s ilts, and afterwards went through a va- 
riety of amnsing performances on the same tick- 
lish props. Tbe prrfoemanoe with the Woodenr 
Headed Acrobats also was an excellent feature. 
Tbe three wooden figures in the bauds of Mr. De- 
nier go through neirly through evey variety of 
pose and posture which are performed by circus 
aotobatB. These wooden figures probably are as 
respectable off as on tbe stage, and they can twist 
and stretch and writhe about their mister with 
lite-like grace. Tbe other (Character*, the list of 
whom is too extensive to discuss in de- 
tail, are likewise well adapted to their various 
parts, and the performance went off last evening 
vers Smoothly and satisfactorily. 

Horticultural Pavilion.— In our issue 

of July 2?th we gave an extended account of the 
transformation of the Skating Pavilion oa Stock- 
ton ttreet into a beautiful! Palaco of Nstara and 
art. Tbe improvements and additions, of which 
we spoke are now nearly completed, and on Au- 
gust 2id tbe Horticultaral Society will hold their 
exhibition there. The Pavilion, when opened to 
the public, ni 1 present a most beautiful and be- 
wildering sight, with its thousands of jets of light, 
globes of colored glass, flowers, sbruba, crystal 
caves with miniature water-falls, flashing- back 
prismatic colors cast from concealed reflectors aod 
otberloovel and attractive features. The demand 
for s'ason tickets has already commenced and 
from present appearances the Horticultural Pa- 
vilion oa Stockton street will become as popular 
a resort as that which stood on the square below 
it was daring the Mechanic's Fair. An advertise- 
ment deioribiag some o( tbe attractions of tbe 
exhibition and giving the price of tickets appears 
•a another page. 

Benefit or Signobina Adelina Speranza. 

— Signorina Adelina Speranza, the popular prima 
donna, will be the recipient of a complimentary 
benefit at Piatt's Hall on the 15th. Signora Ae- 
snnta Speranza.a prima donna contralto, will ap- 
pear on this occasion for tbe first time in public in 
this city. Other artists of acknowledged talent, 
as well as tbe pnpili of Maestro Speranza 's Musi- 
cal Institute, will also appear at the same time. 
The concert will be given under tbe directorship 
of Senor Speranza. The full programme appears 
on our first page. 

Chiabini'b Botal Italian Circus.— By 

referring to another column, it will be seen tb&t 
this equestiian troupe opened at Nixon's Amphi- 
theatre, Chicago, on the 5t*i, for a season of three 
weeks. Mr. Astredo, Chiarini/s agent in this city, 
has secured for him the circas lot, and expects the 
t oape here immediately on tbe termination of 
their Chicago engagement. 

Fbee Lecture.— On Monday evening Dr. 
Payne of St. Louts, will give a free lecture to tbe 
gentlemen of San Francisco on the subject of 
' The Social Evil," The doctor does not suppose 
thatbecan teach them more than tbev know 
about this, but he expects to give them a few val- 
uable hints. 

Capt. Badger's Centbal Park, Oakland. 

—In addition to the attractions of menagerie, 
muBeur, gymnaeiam and skating to-morrow 
Charles Alper's Metropolitan Baud win perform 

selections of operatic'mueir. 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'FtIbco by gae 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 seen ; 
While mossy Btone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window reem to be 
Some fairy grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," aald my friend, "let's go in here— 
It looks so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I muBt agree 
That tbis place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at our bide a waiter neat 
Made bis appearance, aeked our wish — 
Said they bad almost any dish 
That we might name. We found it true, 
And cooked viagnifictnUy, (00; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam land crabs aud terrapins ; 
Id fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place all kindeof game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could carce, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the beet Ice cream; 
80 here they Sock, 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 find made plain : 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Sight. 

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Salt Lake— Theatre was opened for a perform- 
ance on Tuesday evening, Joly Hit, when the stage 
was lighted with ga* for the first time. On tbis 
occasion Master J. A. MoNigbt presanted "for the 
first time on any"etage" bis drama entiled "Tbe 
Rubbers of lbs Rocky Mountains." On the follow- 
ing night Marshall k Oo's Royal Tyceon Troupe of 
Japs performed to a large bouse, appeared at a 
matinee on Saturday, August Id. and gave their 
lott performance in the evening. Onthe&thO. 
D. Chaplin and Miaa Jean Clara Walters appeared 
in Fred O. Maeder's leasation drama entitled 
■' Buffalo Bill." The theatre is now folly lighted 
with gas. 

Sam Jcse.— Joe Murphy commenced ai engage- 
ment of three nights at the Opera House on Mon- 
day, opening in "Help. : * Tbe home was crowded 
the first night, but fell off a little the second, and 
on the third night, when "Handy Andy" and "The 
Heathen Chinee" formed tbe bill, wis packed full. 
The Haroary addresses us thai: " Taks It Back, 
Fio-IEO," and goes on to say: 

Thus has San Jose given three immenss hocses 
on a^ many successive evenings, notwithstanding 
the crossings of Fig .ino that managers lose money 
in ibis city. It is only your ecr-ibs, Fioabo, that 
fail to draw here. ' 

Wo made a humble apology yesterday— that if, as 
humblaas we coult— bnmble in o.r way— and are 
glad to repeat that Joe Murphy can] draw houses 
in San Joss, and that the paople of that burgh 

delight In dram opncsrts and bone solos On 

Tuesday evening Mrs. Manrose and her pupils will 
give the opera of "Lalla' ' at tbe Opera House. 

Red Bluff.— The Wilton Troape opened to a 
good bouje at Holey e Hall on Thursday of last 
week, and remained until the 6th. Tbe Sentinel 
speaks in the highest terms of their performance. 
It says: 

The Tarpiiahorean part of the programme more 
than realized the sanguine expectations of any 
faetidioce stteptio who may have bean present. 

This is higfa praise. " A fastidious skeptic with 
sanguine espeotatioos" would be a anfildently 
gfst cariosity in himself to draw a house. We 
hope he was there and enjoyed the show. Mr- 
Wilton writes to report to Figabo that he wcDt 
from Red Bluff to Weaverville. and that he has 
engaged the theatre at Bnreka Humboldt Bay, for 
the next fair, to be held on September 28 th. The 
troupe will also plsy at Petal um» during the Fair 
thers, commencing aboit the 9th of September- 
Mr. Wilton reports buBiiejs good, but weather is 
rather sultry, averaging 103 in tbe shade at tbe 
collect places. 

PobTLasd, Or— Tbe Oro Fico Theatre closBd. 
Bast Portland Park was opened on Snnday AuguBt 
4th, under the ^managementlof George B. Wal- 
dron and J. R. Ladd, with M'lle Gerretta and Ed, 
Montague a 3 the attractions. 

Stockton.— Edith O'Gorman lootured at Moaart 
Hall on Tuesday, and leotured again at the same 
place on Thursday, 

Vibgtnia Oinr, Nev.— Jobn MoOullougb, sup- 
ported by th» California Theitre company, and 
Mrs. F. M. Bates commenced an engagement at 
Piper's Opera House 00 Monday evening, opening 
in "Richard III." There was a crowded house. 
On Tuesday, "Richelieu" was plajed, on Wednes- 
day "London Assurance," and on Thursday even- 
iog "Ingomar." "Much Ado About Nothing" will 
probably be thebHl for to-tight. 

Oakland— MIbs Anna Mehlig gave a conoert in 
BrastonHall on Thursday evening. The famous 
pianist was assisted by Miss Helen O. Dingeou 
and Vernon Lincoln, the English tenor. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

In New Toik, "Robin Hood," by the Lydia 

Thompson Troupe, was running at Wallacks 

At the Olympic, MiB3 Cbarlotts Thompson ap- 
peared on the 29th in "One Wife," supported by 
Miss Li2zle Price, Vining Bowers and a good com- 
pany Geo W. Thompson aud Oofty Gooftare 

playing in Dutch comedies at the Bowery Thea- 
tre At Wood's Museum, Obanfrau appeared 

in "Kit" on tbe 5'uh n!t At the Un'on-square 

Theatre, the Yokes Family in Will : am Brough'e 

charming little comedy of "Kind to a Fault" 

Prospective performances at the theatr<s which 
remain closed are mentioned elsewhere. 

Mrs. Obanfrau, the Aimee Opera Troupe, Mr. 
Jefferson and John E. Owens are among the en- 
gagements effected by Mr. Barrett for the Vari- 
eties Theatre. New Orlesne. 

'The Fed Pocket Book'* js in preparation at 
the Boston Theatre, and will be produced at the 
Arch St, Theatre, Philadelphia, early in October. 
'Little Nell, the Califurota Diamond," com- 
mences an engagement at. che Capi ol Theatre, 
Albany, on September 16th. 

Tbe New York Dispatch evidently has no Irish 
scholar on it? stsff or it weald cob have said: 
"Mr. Joseph Murphy bas prodnced a new drama 
entitled "Mans Bree," in San Fr.inc.ieco." "Maun 
Bree" is very bad Irish. 

Maggie Mitobull will appear a: the Opera House 
Syracuse, N. Y., early in October. ' 

Mr. Edwin Adam? bas been very eacceisful at 
the Academy of Musio, Chicago. 

Frank Mayo has had a new ploy written for him 
bfFraok Mnrdook, entitled "Davy Crocket'.', 

M'lle Geraldlne, who fell while performing the 
Lulu Sensation at tbe Olympie Theatre, on the 
evening of Jnly 19tb, fractured the cap of the 
knee joint, and it is extremely improbable that 
■he will ever be able to appear again. 
The Clipper says: 

Lina Edwin's Theatre has been rented for one 
year from the early part of September for the pur- 
pose of playing Billy Emerson's Minstrels there. 
Dan Bryant's Minstrels commence their regular 
season, September 2d. 

The San Francisco Minstrels will inaugurate 
their firat season at the St James Theatre, on 
August 26th, 

'Wall Street" is the title of tbe new play writ- 
ten by Mr. Tayleure for Prank Obanfrau. 
if Miss Pauline Markham is engaged for tbe coming 
season at Wood's Museum. 

Ohiarini's Circus Oompany wers to appear at 
Nixon's Amphitheatre, Chicago, 111., on tbe 5tb of 
August for three weeks. 

J alien Kent, clown and vocal'st, and his wife 
Fanny Kent, dacssuee, and Berio-comio vocalist, 
having severed their connection with Lent's New 
York Oirons, advertise that tbey can be engaged. 
The New York Dispatch says: 
Philip Philips, entitled the "Singing Pilgrim,' 
will receive $J,5Q0 in gold for elx mouths service 
st ttio San Francisco churob. Religious manageis 
are becoming spirited. 

We Intend to stop going t) churoh until we find 
out whish of the San Francisoo churches bas done 
this thing. We have more than one church 
in San Francisoo, though the Dispatch doea'nt 
!e?m to be aware of it. 

Frank Mayo fa now the manager of.the Roches- 
ter Opera House. 

Sdwin Booth his cleared SI25.00Q during the sea- 
son just closed at his theatre, whioh will almost 
cancel tbe debt incurred in its ereotion, 

Mrs. Bowers, with an efficient dratnatio 00m* 
pauy, will make a three months' Southern tonr. 
beginning in Ootober, under the management of 
Mr. Spaulding, of Washington. 

There are various rumora in r#gard to tbe finan- 
cial sucoes3 of tbe Boston Jubilee, bnt one thing 
is certain— that no money bas been made by the 
affair. The pricei paid to foreign artistes wera 
enormous. Strauss swayed his euabanted bow to 
the tune of $17,50J in gold. Mme. Peaohka-Leut- 
ner'e notes were as oostly as they were rare. She 
b&d $7,562. with all expenses paid for herself aud 
KmsbaBd. Godfrey was paid $3,900 in gold, while 
y* ju loiMived aouUk i-i.i.1);, tnelodiag ut,ir \ 



•xpsufe? . The Frenob baud received nearly 912, 
000 and their expenses. Bendelhad f 1,600 and hi a 
expenses. Arabella Goddard came from London 
through the icflnence of a New York piano estab- 
lishment, ia their interests, although she was 
pledied a few thousands from the general fund 
Gil mora has obtained glory but not a cent for bis 
herculean labors. However, he bas a capital of 
fame whioh will develop w. 11 In the future. 

It is said that Augostin Daly will re-open the 
Fifth Avenue Theatre on the 29ih of August, with 
a new play by the author of " Saratoga." 

Rebearsil of "Roi Garotte" at tbe Grand Opera 
House, New York, has commenced. The Majil. 
tone are engaged, and will appear In the new spec- 
tacle. The scenery for tbis piece covers 7,300 yards 
of canvas. 

Tbe Barger Family of Bellrlsgera are home in 
Jackson, Mich., for tbe summer. 

The New York Mercury says: "Miss Mehlig was 
at Saa Jose at last accounts, meeting with good 
suooess." The editor of the Mercury does not 
read his FIGARO csrefatly, or he would not bare 
made tbis mistake. 

MoVicker's new theatre at Chicago will bejopen- 
ed August 16ih, It has cost $176/ CO, and is very 
handsome. 

Mrs. Lander is traveling in Europe, and will re- 
tnriin November. 

Frank Mayo recently purchased in New York a 
horse for $.80 whioh proved to be a vory valuable 
roadster. He is said to have sold him the next 
day to a New Orleans man for $ l,?0O. 

Letters fromFeohter to Mr. Sobomb^rg. at Wal- 
laces, assert his speedy return to America, in 
order to oversee the completion of his new thea- 
tre in Fourteenth s'reet. 

There will bo no regular operatic season In New 
Orleans next season. 

Yictorien Sardou's new play, in whioh Agnes 
Ethel will opened the season at tbe Union-Square 
Theatre, Ib entitled "L'Americaine." The soane 
is laid in New York. It will be performed at the 
Paris Gyoanase in August. Miss Ethel bas pur- 
chased of Sardou tbe right to produoe it here. 

Edwin Fulle'*' Foster, editorof the Kew York 
Dramatic News, died on July 27th of disease of 
the heart. Tbe last issue of tbe News received 
contains a feeling obituary notice cf one who 
seems to bars bean generally beloved. 

Henri Drayton, tbe well-kaown vocalist and 
actor, was stricken with paralysis on Friday after- 
noon, Julj 29th, it being bis second affliction with 
that ailment. 



Removal. 

H J Manning, Oyster dealer, formerly of the 
Bine Wing Saloon, Montgomery Street, has re- 
moved to tbe Charter Oak Saloon corner of Howard 
and Third Streets, where he has increaced facil- 
ities for serving the best eh ell nab, ch ope, steaks 
etc., in market in elegant style. His old friends 
and the public generally are invited to give him 
a call. B 



Tire Seat; Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Pet* 
ry's Webfoot Pillp, for ail bilious complaints. 
i. R. Gates and Co., corner Bansome and Com- 
mercial Btreets, sole agents. * 



Old. Established Merit. 

The oldest established shirt manufactory and 
the best in tho city Is the Pionbeb Bhiet 
Maktjt-actmlt, No. 827 Kearny street, between 
Pine and Bufd. Everything in the way of gen- 
tlemen's furnishing goods at the lowest prices. 



Car and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Exoii berg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and tbe cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with tha latest San Francisco dallies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers uid magazines, 
»t Ban Francisco prices- * 



To tlie "UnSortixnavte 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 628 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial. Established In 1854, for 
the treatment of obronlo and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will make no charge un- 
less he effects a c ure. a 

Dear Me! How She Paints 1 

N. B. — Use Diokey'b famous Crejee de Lis. 
and they can't see it. b 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Buss House Carriages, can be 
found in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner B h and Mont- 
gomery ste., or Deiter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or Qlgbt, at reduced rates. bo 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism, 
Was cured by 

XHFL. ZKXT7X*X«X:Et., Sir, 

in ten days/ treatment, 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific street. 



REFERENCES. 

Jas. O. Nutman, Esq., ex-Chief Engineer, 714 
Washington street— Chronic Bronchitis. 

KobertKeiman, 724 Greenwiuh ttrofct— Asthma. 

Charles Lesser. Ia<e book driver, dor. Geary and 
Markot Btreets— Paralysis. 

J. H. Clarke, late Health Inspector— Deafness of 
longstanding. 



ANOTHER PROOF— T, THE UNDER.SIGN- 
ed. take pleasure in iaformtog tbe pubpo that 
I have been cured of par.ilj-sia of ovtr nine v ears' 
standing by DR. MULLER, SR., No. SOS Mont- 
gomery street (Signed) 

GEO. SITEBSON, 
Carpenter and Builder, 263 Olementlna street, be- 
tween Tbiid and Fourth. 



The Celebrated Physician of 

St. Louis, 



and 38 Rusa House, ready to wait on Gentle- 
men. Lectures at Mercantile Library Hall again 
next week. j j 21 lm 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 
HAYWARDS. 

tONY OA.KES FBOPBIETOB 

Flrat-Class Hotol, 

)5l3 6m 



THEATSS KOTIS8ER1E, 

MM Dupoct it.. MM door tooth of Aui, 
K. MiBOHMD ATE OF THI 
'Rotiiaorie Bestauftnt" of Oit Dale 
Glob Proprietor. —Tho Toblo. ptorl 

d«i With Oil tb. D.ll(MW3;«B of tb« SOftOOB. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

W.E. ce>r. Jncluon ana Reoray at*. 

TJ?r?a.WI A X, BBJ-DIOAT OR OF SPEOIA*. 
COMPLAINTS, formerly of Look HoeDitsI 
London, and the last twelve years of San Franeie- 
00. DR. TOZBR informs the afflicted that afteT 
™>t>pg »» ]be HOSPITALS IN LONDON AND* 
; AJtIS ..and Bpendlng one year in tbe most cele- 
brated Hospital in London, the LOOK, he has re- 
opened bis old Medical Institute at the old stand 
where be can alwajs be found. DR. 10ZKR has 
for forty years met with unparalleled success in tha 
S?*.'™? !^^*" 6 .^? * 1 "* 11 * known as QHRON- 
10 AND SPECIAL COMPLAINTS. DH^TOZBft 
is in every war responsible, binding himself to 
effect a pprmanent CTJFE, or making no charges 
Ihoie. who cannot afford to pay for advice and 
m ^iU c ^?. 9 .7, ll J, De obarfced for medioine only. THE 
MONTHLY RESTORATIVE PILLS, nev/x kno^S 
to fail in giving relitf in oases for whioh tbey ar» 
reooommended, are to be obtained only at m» 
office. Price $5 per box. Fnll direotlon on each 
box sent by Kx p ;«bb or otherwise. 

DR TOZER dees not imitate the sdvertifriBg 
Quaoke who .make it a practise to publish falsa 
affidavits and other raise references, buL refers to 
the mostrespBOtab'e pecple in tbe Btote, whom ha- 
has cubed of diseases whioh others have failed to- 
cure. 

_ „ MB- CHAS. n. TOZEB, 
.Vl^- corn « E-e»rny and) Jackson streete, 
WW San Francisoo. 

The Two 
"HOT J900TO^»».» 

1C Morton street, near Kearny, 

....AHD.... 
138 Sntter street, 1 door below Kearny 

All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c- 

HOT iTJWCH ETJEBT NIGHT. 

Eng-lisH Ale oh Draught 

PELDMAKSf <CE BRI6G9. 



MARKS WIXZINSKJ, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

DEALER IN 

Havana Cigars and Tobacco,. 

SOUTHEAST CORNER OF 
BUSH AJB EIAm'T STB KITS, 

SAN kRANOISOO. j s 15 Iro 



DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

T , A TJ? OF B 3T °I*. MAGKETTO HEALER.- 
~* Dr. M. h»B been highly suoce&Bfal in tr.atnie- 
£aralyeia, De.feess, Debility, and Inflimm.tory 
DiaeaB9B, aoate or chronic, of all the organe ot 
the body. Diseases of Ladles trssted with too 
atmoet delicacy. 
MR8. ALB&RT MORTON, CLAIRVOYANT 

^^^ETR? S T BDSrNKS6 MEDIDM ' AM » 
Clairvoyant examinations for disease in person. 

or from hair, Spirit commanioationB Peyoho-- 

metnoal readings of character from let tars, and 

aualTB'B of ores. 
Mrs. Morton's Guides have been very eucosisfut 

in directing niauyof the leading citizens of Boctea 

in Medical, Lpk*1 ond Business matters. Hours 

from 9 a.m. to 5 P.M. 
11 O'FARRELL ST., San Francisco. jy23 lm * 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

r\0 NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE IM- 
poeei upon any longer by purchasing TUCK 
HABKEB8 whioh are neither durable nor 
practical. Before purchasing one, try Graff A Go's * 
make, and if you have one already that Is not Graff ' 
& Go's make, throw it away, get a good one, and 
you will save both time and money. The self-reg- 
istering slides of Graff & Oo's TUOK MARKER, 
are invaluable, and ought to be examined by alt 
ladies. F. SMITH. 

Sole Agent and Manufacturer, 
jylfi lm Wo. 6590 SaeraniBnto st. (npaiaire.) 



TO XjXST 1 . 

FURNISHED SiIITS~0R SINGLE ROOMS,. 

...AT THE.... 

WEBB HOUSE, 

«7 Second street, oppeilte Grand Hotel. 

THIS HOUSE HAS FINE 8UNNY BOOMS, 
with a R( siaurant connected; also. Bathe, 
with hot and cold water. Pariiea wiehirjga quia! 
and Beleot place would do well to cail and nee 
them. jyl21m 



CENTRAL 

NO. 118 GEARY STREET. 1 
Best accommodations for m. 
Families in the city. Private me*' " ' 
entrance forLadiep. Hair OaLting, Shaving and 
Sharapooiag. Children's Hair neatly ont. Ladies' 
Shampooing 50 cent?. 
itlTlm L. CORRIVEAU, ProprieUr. 



J. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH/ 

Cor. Second and Tehama etst*L«. 



^ 



Mr" Terrapin constantly on band. 
Oysters in erery atria. PRJVAT» 
SUPPER ROOMS FOH PARTIES. 
mh31 lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant, 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 

THE OLDEST BSTABLI& 
and most popular Restaurs 
San Francisco. The Tables are sup- 
plied with the beat In market. "*rm .— . 
by the week. 408 PINE STREET, iuatabore- 
Moutftomery. marts" lm 



tit 



MRS. M. A CUMMINGS, 

MAGNETIC AND TRANOE HEALING ME- 
dium. No S4fiJ£ Fo eom street, P ubllcOir- 
ee, Tuesdaya, Wednesdays, and Fridais. all:* 
M.P. Admission 23 cents. jy22 lm 



H J. M. LOANE'S RED LION 
SALOON, ID Geary street, near 
Kearny and Dupont. afar- Tha 
cboiaeat Wines and Liquors. 
Engliah Ale and Porter elway» 

on draught. You will always flna 

OLD DAVE MiiNDES Business Manager, there- 
to attend. ap6 





IlIUlMry Goo*i. 



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P ACI FIC HA LlJ 

THIRD GRAND 

SHESTRAL CONCERT! 




EBTBOPSLITAN TIBATBI 



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I. A*» Pi) PI UK Ml Ml 
■ nu atxacTioa m 

r. loms Sctait,, lit. ft. Oscar Weil 

«UX. rill rtii I 
••SAT BVIMIXO ATOCIt IS 

tr. v o r >i <r> «» Zilncoln 



positively Ln«t T-wo lVl*ilit» 



BELLA jmONTNEk. . 

fto«MMW* ... . .. .... A » Mi MM 

II if l»f>»th!" 

1 • :• \ i:ninu AI OUST 13 



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ftaa » Hi«iUk asttar a. 




353 



Fill On-tastr* of 40 laatnuarnt* ! 

tVOUTKMl Til CWlHiTO 

OP THE CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



OSCAR W»11 

ram i tattui 



ruoKKAMMKi 

■ 'Art I lr«l. 

STaklTlTBS Tor- r im na 

'•■a Hi BjanAia, * '' * a.arAT 

IM- <k«Ui>ll *.:»•• Burp 
Bw«« >t Mr. T«. ..» U~tli. 

Hi' ttmn 



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,«ruuMM »nmr,i) m »< ,, 
tunicai' «iun 

WaltA.B 
I BS Mr. ...... U...I. 

«»Ltr-i»»i]. a~... imtii 

iiiion.uua i 

Roaron 



Balaam* om lOLLii 

aaa r iaal a«.t. riftj OMta antra. 

Flftp C«Bta 

t»aia,t »" ■■■■ n il at • praataalr. 



Woman! Her Charms, Graces, Follies 



PttTBim 

si>« MfMUcn. • Mi Winn 111 auaaBiabia .. 
•J a -•»»»» aria • »»* Mn 
BTBA BUILT TiCtU • Brad wlf. .111 * bad 111 M l 

mb*. mlaj wBwmooia. ■:■•• ■■*. bami, w..i. . • 

bob Jniinoi i lurnT. .• uiimn .ad.Hatir baabaaa 

»»« JERtlXBOBB. Bl.riT. ■ r«M 1IU Mik u •Unit kMUM 

•OfL.TOBA" . r-AAAbaabaBdwub An.loVrtjw.l. 

•u ronm r mmi, » .ia«i, iikiu •>•%>■ i«wi 
am HUiLnna a law,.. 
• t To»rr« oiltlsaf. • mm- «a. 

TOBT »riXIT. • HlntlMbtaan .... 

OaUT, a Daaarti,. 

UIRU VLBf BROOsr "fB- B4*ubi1itil* 

BRIDWBT rLABAHAB. baliarlof 1* Mr. Tullul .lc«l. blaaiadrnt 

■WILT VAClL.Aabtld.afbd'B 

BEBRT VAOIUa tblld. AfadT 



mi«« «n« umr 
,w / oo*frrwWB&x 

■ l«« HIT UTtTTnH 

.Mtn msirrm oaao»t 
...rain ui 

..us*, nuxi ui 

wn.i.ir nun 
him runrt Toose 

JUIT OOUBTADfE 

MB. BBUIOCB 

JOBS WOODARD 

A. IHiAiUH 

BUBS MAOOIX MOORS 

MIBS ADA DEATXS 

LITTLE MAMIE 

LITTLE TILLIE 



WTcduo«iiB7 



iflori 



• BJilr« Matluor 



Wednesday Evening Farewell Benefit of Miss Ada Gray 

LOOK OCT rOK fOX 4 DEMEh'd OBBAT PANIOM1ME, 



Ami the Invincible 
Tony Denier Pantoniimo Troupo 

my rb. aiataat Fnrnltura Bat. la tbla Play An tram tbe Purutluro Boom of N. P. Oola k Co. 

B7*Th* PIabo tttad Id tola Tbaalre 1a from Bberman * Hrda'a, Arenta for ttao oalabratad Waber PIaboa. 

BWT* Can WW Iaato tb* ToeAtre for tba Mlaaloo And Nortb Boacb arary night at tb« oloaa of tha parformaaoA. 



P>aA'* aW«B mm* Dam 
'«lr *m»M 



lyort 



ia. ruB 

M..i. r..i ..a j— r >i_ 
<•■»• J.a«— . 



1 tt o 111 M 



J " LAttis »«iuB ABAttraomi 

l»U»l MDt. CNtt. NtMU 

TBa rraannil flraalaAl. (Taaaaaal 
MAUAVMBl EITJIVIPIjIIVTO 
Ja«n. aMaa Aa^WaaaAA allaa TtaaaABr Tbaar*. 




AM-L'-LKT. 

AaaalM Hi-. "iBata* 

Haoef.r ( b4J ll'fa 1* I Hkaifir Ttaay MM 



MH..1. UlH 



PROPOglTlOlf OPPOIID. 

Hit. Oharlvi Onall 

1 hailo* OotmAI 

ir#VtarMaa i.» ra* kajAoAAa 



OprA«»t.»« 
PrcABBi ton. 
1- nUfmtm 



. Orea*at*a 



Otafr B ]'Adnl»l.>n B 1 OO I Parqott SB 

Arcaa Clrcl* Aad Orchcatra. Ra*arrBd H11U... 1 fin tltllerj SB Ccnta 

PrlvBAe AaabaA IB OBI aV*8AAla auf ba Bacnrad 8U Daralo adrmDea.^A 



ConoladiDA wltb 1 h» RooiaeUa and Ha para alnral DraAia 
in Two Aeta.anuilad 

DICE OF DEATH 

OR, THB MAGIC TABLJ.TK. 

RrsMt Wirit-r— A ToimArhii R ».M.r«» 

Vr-lF »ft»B*lbcr*-A Bh»rp*r Ion M(4l.ii., 

ItAB* rr«|ic-A JOM 1-r H».r* H.otlAA* 

•N«ot.iB>A->pbil>t>-lb* IUai OaifU CkApmtvti 

B-mn Btrat>lU-A WMltbr old R&k* 

Wttdook 

Rudoiph- A 0-.mi.lAT 

Urtoo-A GAtnMUr 

W.ld«— A li.m»»nr 

LoatsA— An OrphAo U«irotb*ato Krneit.. 

TbaiAAA— BpivBtlbvrc'i SUtcr 

Yitn ^cho■p|^•— A FoMao* T r J»r 

Hfli.-I»Biri'i At:tO(!iDl 

flAi-trod* C»r.tc ArmiWeaC 

Katrine Boil* Robln-cn 

LUtotU ■„ ..W»Ploh 

PbC« Fkooi OAiroiacA 

Uoddum _ .MlnnUl^dor 

Oorrait) niti»*m. PcbaahU. FhibaIii PiumU, 
Vl>U«r. to thr FaIf. -In.. tMo 

bATHRDAY KVKNIMO. Atumt ITHi-Finl Appc.rtnci C I 

JOHN ENRIBHT, BURLESQUE ORATOR «t COMEDIAN 



... Tomtttr BAtttMi 

Ha% Kaliir 

-'■11 K.fi 

Tommy Br*0 

J. H. lArkin 

Mi'll Xo*. 

...MinDla Ftllmor* 
JanaJa Jobctoo 

..Mti* JOAMpbJM 



FRE1VCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 



$50, 



LIYCASTER'S 

• IT WAMDKTOH ITBItT, 
I vtl In Oap. lUralra'a Opara U0114. 



I was confined to my bed 
'or two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
«Vas cured by 

DH. aVlTTXaXb: 

n ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER. 
1 020 Pacific street. 

REFERENCES. 

Jaa, a Rataaan. Kaa.. ax-Oblaf aTncloaar, 7U 
WaablacViA auaat~Ohroaic BionoblUt. 
B a b a u Hatraaa. T!4 Or..' wlob ltr«.t— Altbma. 
O b arlaa Lmhi. 1. . back dflvar. cor. Gaarj and 

1. fl. OtarbAjAAa Baaltb InapAetor-Daafoaia of 

AAflalADdlDC. 



BOTHER PB00r.-I. THB DNDEMIGS- 
.» Ad.tAka plaaaora In iaforaalot tba pabflo tb.t 
I bar. baaa nnd of OAralfAia of or.v nln. aaAra' 
MABdlAA br DR. AtULLBB, BB., No. ■>•• Mont- 

rrairoat. (Blraad) 

OBO. BITKB80H. 
■•tar and Bolldar. 2a OlamaalloA ilraoi, ba - 
IraT aBd Poariii. 



I PIPER'S OPEBA H00*E. 

TimAHKIA CfTT, BITABA. 

br IA. aaaok. Btaia aod araiallnc ooanaalaa 
UbATAllr MAAaa wltb BA apollaaUn 6 r tattor 
^JOlsi* PII-EB, 



To the Ikamaifc Profession. 





».7t 



OET TOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

-AN1>— 

F A. 1^* S 



RfpalTed wbcro ttisy an 
1 ad obsapost— at 
O. J. m. HRTER'a, 

• Ctt MooUoBBiji'.rilL 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

THE NEW IORK PATENT OARTKT RFNO- 
TAtiDI CompAoy, PatAaled Dooonbor, Ibid 
< I (Ana iBtT rAaioTfJt BArpetA' to to Sir oiH|1oa1 boasr- 
tyADd britktnast wltbont rsmOTiog lbs ■»ni« 
tioot Ibe iloor. All Doit. Oresce, or OoaI Bmoka, 
r>moT(dbr onr.roifM, sad dffACfrd colors will 
boon ma a* bright as whan saw. 

1 ba qoslity tt tb« rsiloratirs is aJbo not iojnrl- 
oot to lha mtat dalicAln Isbrio and tint. And 1a ao 
suloaJ pr^'T'to of rnoih And wrmia. 

BAN FRANOIoUO QFFIOtt. 

No. 136 KEARNY 0TRBET, ROOM 5. 

irSl-lm SIMON LHOPULD, Majuier. 




ft* ^4 



ARION 

Pianoforte. 



DEOT.ARRD BY THE JUPGES AT A LATR 
Fair of tb» Atn«ric«n ln-tnnie. sfter a blind- 
fold trial train H Rtslnwar'i, Ohiokann*'", and 
aihdrs. torviTYHK BEST ON KXUTBiriON. II. 
f I 11 TAX, Motr- Afent, S«> O'Fsrrell afrsat. 
N B.— Pianoaof BllityUsTO RENT. mid 



Mr. s™ortL«v.POl.n r Maraom ItfcW YorkRM.- 
OvatiKij OO.— Ws b«T# tried yotr pitsnt oo Oarpst 
spotted with Ink and creaos .pots, sod can freely 
uy yoo DAT* en3ce>*foilT olAAOSd lh«m. 

JOHM40N A 00.. GBAKU HOTJL, 

jQlfTth. Ban FraaoiaCA. i.al. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

TABLEWARE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of STsry deacrivUon from wbloh tha Bil*«r la 
worn, can bs re-plat*-d in the finest and moat A ar- 
able rnannsr At tbs SAN FRAN01B0O GOLD 
AND SILVER PLATING WORKS. 
•4VS Mtaaloa Ur*tt. be*. Mew Moatgoai. 
«*tt and Third. nwMlm 



NOTICE XO 
BOY8 AND GIRLS. 

THB riFTT-OERT PENCIL BHARPKNEB, 
for tba mi of Bohool Oblldron. la now for aala 
by tba Manofactorar and Aiaot. JAB. 8T0TT 
IBM Hula iiial )o» 2i 



KTOTIOB. 

QB ABD ABTBR THB FIRST SEPTEMBER. 

ALL THE BARBER IHOPI AND IATH HOUSEI 
IN THIS OITY 

WILL CLOSE AT B O'OLOOK ETEBY EVEN- 
ING EXCEPT SATURDAY, aoail 



Bar Sugar 

FOB SALE— SIB KEARNY STREET, AT 
HBROER'S. Alio, araa bind of Candiaa, 
Wbolaaala ud B Ail. 
.10 if a*. A. WBtrflK. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KIBDS . OK THB 
oudaatoAr staaoi Qadbt Paoaorr dAllr. 
ordara. aapaatallj-rroa aba waotrr, ara aoualtoi 
and will ba pramptij attaadad to. 
Oa ' ' " 



FRONTIER & BELLEMERE, 
Manufacturing Jewellers,, 

Moss AfAte and Cliiatrtx tnttcra, 

IMPORTERS OF WATCHES d FINE JEWELRY 

TO« HONTOOHEBT 8TI.RET, 
Jy^A-if On* doomenbol Wanbiogton. 



BARGAINS 

160 



BARGAINS I 

HATS 



DOZEN 

TO BE SOLD 

BelOTir Cost! 

Within tbe osit thirty days, at 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 

jrtJlm 1M THIRD BTREET 



FRENCN DIUTUAL PRDVIDENT 

Sayings and Loan Society 

25th SEMIANNUAL DIVIDEND. 



annum est (9 per csnt.) nnon tna onsralionB ofthe 
French himofta and Loan Hooiety for the an 
monttia eniltuK June 29th, 187., has, in conformity 
with the report of tbe Committee of Vi-nfluatloo 
appoiotsd by tbs monibsrs of the Boot*.*, bean 
daolarcd by tba Board of AdaiinUUuiioo. at the 
Bemi-Anrjnal Mvotinft hsld oo the 18'b idbL Tbia 
dividend will bo payable On and after the 18th mat. 
At tbe office of tbe So-iinty, 4 I 1 Bnsh HtreeL 
GUSTTAVE HABK. 
jy20 lm Dirfctor of Fran oh BaTlonB Bank. 

THOMAS W. BREE. 




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ESTABLISHED IB ABBS. 

AVLoMona flran on tba tun jo and Drnm. B*B 
M18SIOB STREET, batwaaa Firat And Baoond. 

B. R-Elna-tooad Bllrar golo Banjoa for Pro- 
aaaionala aIwajb on hand. la" " 



The Celebrated Physician of 

St, Louts, 
IDr. 3F»A.-S r !SrE3 

fS NOW AT HIS PRTTATE PARLORS 81- 
1 And 30 Bo*' Homo, ready towait on U*nils- 
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next weak. jjJllm 



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Droiciata. 

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Cor. BaaaABie aad CoAaaacrcJal au. 
SOLE AGENTS FOR 

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Webfoot Pills. laiotf 



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Medioatod Watoro. Suits* of rooms In bo uai 
bull dina; for prrTats patient*. 



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London News, Pnnoh, Bella Lif*. tTlf npor, Day'* 
DoioKfl, 0*11 and Fiftaro on file. The bast of Hot 
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day If J. KAGI.KB. Pronstoi. 



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GREJT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And C«llcc«off M«dlclB«. 

Iff! fififk BEAOTIFTJL AND nfSTSTJOT- 
lVl.llUU It* object* to b* *Asn. 



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SIB Mootgomsr- atraet. FOR MEN ONL 
"§*•- Db. Jordak* s BTvi'- * Oryrci", opposl 
Msaabanloa' Fair, «1 1 QoatT atraaL aa 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAWS ^Bf|dV 
Andall ki nda of SHELL FISH, JBtTV. 
KiaBsNos. *•>. -1. *». OAh>orn.A **J \g 
MArkst, ••tranoe on Oallfomla etreot — ^■ r 
Pnbllo or private partie* and famlliM strppliod 
from 6 aUM. to 12 T. V. Ladle*' aod Otatlsmao'i 

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RELIEF TO 0RIPPLBS.-THE| 
or**!, luoopaa attending tqaf 
UM«r DR. HALL'S OORN ANDf 
BONION CU>R bo* oreaUd oonr 
■tarnation amnngBb the sorn doo- 
tor*. Tbs pablic no longer pay a largo f«e 
tsmporarp ours, when a fifty-cent bottle of Dr. 
Hatri Ktmsdy will kIts Immadlats rslisfi nd 
effect a p«tm*n*nt cor* for tbs worst Oornskasd 
Bunion*. F. KIDKR Agint, 

J tttj t< 8. E. oor. Bnah and Dnpoat aTssV 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

M AYE R 8'" B A Z A AR, 

Oor. HontATomsry and Pin* stroota. 

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Goodi, fins Frsnob Fancy Articlss stc, slo. A 
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Cl* or in *nlt*. 
Wall lJa*-«4 «md TaatllALs^. 

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MA. WFROER, 8UOOE8ROR TO O.' H. 
• MsrosT, W bolfaat* sad RetsAI Candy M abu- 
factorer.AlS Ksarny strret aad 1*7 Soeobd 

■trssL San Franoisoo . iuUblLibed. i lt6I Ordars 
Cilsd to any sxtsot t*~ \ 



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THE JOUBHAL OF AJTOaBimiTB. 
Pnbliahed avery Dw '° <*»• YBAr b ' 

AT— 

49 lfcrcfcnnt and SS* WwhlBftoi Ml. 
Below Montaromery. San Fr»n«tooo. 

TCE8DAY ADG l7ST 13, 1872 



Altogether tlie Boat- 
It U curlow, but una. -bat J. A. Bhabar, 
107 Maike- *««*- »« T °V d . -Hhh-M ">» ' ar - 
nlture and bedding ctt**pef tfinn any olher 
dealer In -his city. Try Mm and you wlU be 
convinofd. T 

Xjive WelL 

Thoae -who eat good dlnnen are amiable. 
Bad feeding la tba cause or many crime*. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Beaunrant, on Waah- 
ingtoa treat, at the oomerof Dnnbar Alley, 
live wall, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bocken, wbo naa catered for the pnblio alnoa 
1*49. provide* for nla cuitomari Lake Tahoe 
trout, Belmagundl soup, game, tame geeae, 
delicious entreea, and aTerythlng the heart of 
man can desire. The beet cup of tea In the 
elty - English breakfast taa-Bouchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. b 

Jd.ealt.li una. Pleasure. 

Than are not too many pleaanrea In Ban 
Trandaoo. Nothing la more pleasant, nothing 
more health^gtrlng than a drire into the conn- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
Jteep a carriage of their own. can lnd one 
equal In elegance to an j private conveyance 
at the Occidental Oamage rtaud. Frank Bon- 
too baa there, and at hie atablaa IOlff Stockton 
street, carrlagea of every description. His 
drivers ar* carefol and experiences, hie charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
«o to Frank Bouton at the Occidental Hotel 
When you want a carriage. o 

-• 

Notice to Housekoepere, 

Leave your order* at the office, 138 Kearny 
street, the Hew York Carpet Renovating Co., 
where Mr. Simon Leopold is the manager. He 
will make your carpets look aa new as when 
they were flret put down, without taking them 
from the floor or removing the furniture. You 
tud better look to your costly carpets. • 



J£»laoto_rx-aprilo car as. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
tJal'.ery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 

ftfKslan streets. * 

• — - 

Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a hat Is 'The" Hat Bronx, 
£47 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny. The Btook Is Immense, the fash- 
ions are the latest, and the pikes are the 
lowest. ; * 

comic Sonar. 

No more you need be troubled with niep, 

No more need you use poison- 
Just buy yourself a Hooaler Trap, 
Pop go the files In. 
•Sootier Fly Catcher Factory, 240 Sixth street, L 



Xt la Perfectly Aatonlshlns 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 lm. returned the same evening 1/ de 
yUred. t 

JLever Buckle Suspenders, 

•As $1 per pair— 26 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

-Seat QiiBllty of I>oft*nUn 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
flbesr Laundry x 

■Se wi ng Machines for Sale ar to Rent, 

Cheap, it 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
mns's Adjustable Treadle. z 



To Trioeie who Are Bald. 

Do aot fail lo call at 318 Bush street (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Harden 's Hair Restorative. w 

X>o Wot Suffer from. Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oorne, Bun- 
ions, Club and ingrowing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 pjc We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doe- 
tor's capability. Beferenoes given If required, h 



X>0 You Know 

That with Bttruioi'i Faxmn you can out 
and make any garment to fit perfectly ? Bend 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Darning, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine. No. 113 Kearny street, between Butt 5 
-and Poet, San Francisco. • 

800 J*alr» ot Socks, 
At all prices, ate he What Cheer Laundry. * 



Hair Jewelry made to Order. 
H. A, Callender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 
aecond street, San Francisco. D 



MxDewell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. 8.K. corner 

Montgomery sod Sacramento streets. d 



Oyster Traae. 

The oyster trade In California is assuming 
glgantlo proportions. Emerson Cerville, ot the 
A addle Reek, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
. hi own oyster beds at Ban Bruno millions of 
cysten to all parts of the Paciflc Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
"Saddle Bock" la known everywhere. Q 



** Bosedale 

Polsa Milium." by Budfeldt. Dedicated to 
Lawrence Barrett. Price GO cents. At G&ur't 
Haste Store. 623 and 625 Clay street. p 



Lt You Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
dry. X 



Sanitarians Salt Water Baths. 

O Hsu 1— Why don't you take Salt Water 
Baths regulsrly? Try one to-day»t the "San- 
itarium," foot of Powell street, North Beach. 
Orly 26 cents. Steam baths 60 cents, or two 

warm bath tickets. Deiscoll A Haoet. t 



*. Tim Present. 

At tills festive season, * dozen of Banana's »x- 

) alritelj flavored pnnohea form s most appropriate 
present, the sue nog punoh eaves a treat deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great skill. His 

'•mom eyrr--nan>la at 20 U-dosdorS. and n pre- 
r.<lsd over by A. Bona, hie wortbr saooaseor. c 



A Hailvrmw Ow ned by the Paoplc. 

Fiqabo wsa the firaTpaper poblifbed on 
this coast to propose the establishment of a 
railroad across the continent the stock of 
wbioh should be held by the people. In to- 
day's issue we publish the address ©C the 
San Francisco and Colorado Bailway Com- 
pany, and we ars sure that the pnblio of San 
PranciiM will give it carefal consideration. 
This railroad promises to be more profit- 
able to shareholders than any other ever 
projected in this Stale. It will run through 
a portion of California which stands in need 
of railroad communication to bring its im- 
mense yield of grain, fruits, wines, and 
other products to market. Here we have a 
direct and great benefit to the Bute. A 
greater consideration than this, however, in 
a monetary point of view, is the business 
the settling of Arizona and the development 
of ita incalculable wealth of minerals and 
precious stones wUl bring to the road. At 
the commencement of the South African 
dismoad fields excitement vessels were char- 
tared to take adventurers from this oily to 
that far-off land. The building of the San 
Francisco and Colorado Bailway will briog 
a risher field for labor to our very doors. 
The receipts from future pssseDger traffic 
wUl be enormoUB. The sooner the stock 
is all taken up, the sooner will Cal- 
ifornia, and San Francisco especially, reap 
its reward. Subscriptions have already 
been received to the large amount of 
$4,630,000. The confirmation of the re- 
port conoerniog the richness of the diamond 
fields will cause the emigration of thousands 
to Arizona from every section of the TJniOD, 
and renders the building of a railrod to the 
Colorado a necessity. With the immense 
capital that tht San Francisco and Colorado 
Bairway Company has in hand to back it 
there oan be but little doubt but that that 
road will be the one whioh will be built to 
the Colorado and become the great avenue 
of travel by whieh the great overland pas- 
senger traffic by the future railroads start- 
ing from St. Louis and Texas, will reach 
San Francisco. ^ 

SAN FRANCISCO AND COLO- 
RADO RAILWAY. 

Ornog or the Sak Fsakoibco ahd Oolobadoi 

HaILWaT UOMPAHT, 305 SaivSOME ST., > 

8aa Franoisoo, August llib. 1872 j 

To the Public:— On the l&th nit. this 

Corporation tiled its articles of association, which 
was organized f jt the parpoie of constructing a 
railroad from Mission Bay, in tne baiborof ban 
Franoieoo. to the" Colorado river, at or near the 
thirtr-flfih or thirtj-eeoond parallels of latitude, 
over the moat feasible rents, rannin? through tbe 
couches of San Francisco, Ban Mateo. Santa 
Clara, Monterey, Ban LaiB Obispo. Santa Barbara, 
Loi Angeies and San Bernardino. 

ETerftniog being done In oonformlly with the 
Stainte made and provided for tbia nnrpoae-tbe 
money ntcea-ary preliminary to an organization, 
viz: ten per cent, on one thooaand dollara per 
le is gold coin, depoeited to the credit of the 
the Treasurer of the Company, in the Bank ol 
California. 

Tbe great objects In view in constractiDC the 
read were : 

Firti— The furnishing of a great trunk railroad 
below the snow line from the Atlantio to the Pa- 
oifio Oceans, the Paciflo end of whioh ebould for- 
ever belong to the People of the City and County 
of San Francisco and ether oonnttes through 
which it proposes to ran, and, therefore, in sym- 
pathy and wholly identified with them and their 
social and commercial interests. 

Second— While it proposes no warfare with any 
ousting railroad interest, it decs propose inaugu- 
rating a system olosalysllied with the oommerciil 
sad Industrial wants of oar people, ENTIRELY 
INDEPENDENT OF AHY BAILWaY llfTBB- 
EST. FREE OF ANY ALLIANCE. PRESENT 
OB PROsPEOiIVB, WITM 8TJOS AW INTEU- 
EST ON THIS COAST OB STATE; AJSD TO 
ENTER INTO ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY 
GUARANTEES WITH THB CIT Y AND COUN- 
TY OF SAN t'RANOISCO THAT ITS BAIL- 
WAY SHALL BE HELD AJTD OPERATED IN 
ENTIRE CONFORMITY WIfH oUOH A SYS- 
TEM. 

TMrd — It propose) to Btretoh out its arms fro 
meet the on-oomisg railroads at or near the thirty- 
fifth or thirty second parallels, and thuB hasten 
the completion of one or both of the Atlantic and 
Paciflo and the Texas Pacifio H-ai raids in from 
awe to three years, and by whatever time we do 
antioipate their completion, pace ban Franeisco 
that mack earlier in commnolcation with Ar zona. 
New Mexloo, and the great Valley of tbe Miaei&- [ 
elppi ; and in doing tnie, we propose (o extend the ■ 
hand ot fellowship to those roads aiming at ihoie 
points, to offer (hen? just and equitable arrant.»- 
mente for exchange of business, and in tbe ton- ' 
struotion of snob a Unit and expensive line, a 
moral and finanoia) benefit that it would bs citS- 
oult to overestimate. 

Jo do this we need tbe cordial support of the 
citizens of San Franoitooand the counties throngo 
whiob our road runs ; aod we need and must have 
the sub idy aid wbioh tne Ciy and County of bau 
Fnnaieco is empowered to give to the extent of 
$10,000,(M>, and aid from otcer eonnUee, whioh 
□av* tbe power in relative same. Weare aware 
that a great variety of views are cntertaned as to 
the beet mode of seonr ng tie construction of the 
conttmpUied roao. ; and we realize that in a mat- 
ter of anoh vital importance to the oity and State, 
tbe most inteliig-nt »nj hone t cecple may differ 
as to the wisest plan, and benoe we do not deem 
it p~oper to charge those who differ with us with 
bale* dishonest, or btiag aoi.oated by nnwnr-ny 
motives. We tbii k we hive canvassed all reason- 
able modes of aocompllubiug cue great work be- 
fore ue. Whatever mar have been onr views as to 
ibe wisdom or desirability of baving the Oity aod 
Conntyof Ban Ftanoisce and other conn'ies be- 
oome directly intete>t*d in t> e tteck of the com- 
pany, or ool'at+r-lly benefited by the oreation of a 
tru*t for their benefit, we round t>urselvoe eon- 
fronted with tho statute ef tbe Siata, wolah pre- 
scribfs the only way in which ad oould be extend- 
ed to this or any atntr Railroad Company, iw : by 
direct donation of tne bonds of tbe counties. Tbe 
following carre spend enoo will piaoe this branch ol 
the subject io a clear, and, we tnink. uumis taxable 
light: 

OfFICI OT THR SAN FeAMCTSCO A.-fT> 

uolooado Kaixavuad Oom 
Sam Fbaxciboo. July 3>;tb, ] 

B. M. WlLSOM. ^Bg., AXnOEIiKT-AT-LAW, Pma- 
mrr.— Uear Sir: Ouroompaoy deairea yenr opiu- 
iooon tie foil awing; points, v z : 

First— Has tbe City sort Ooumv of Sat Francisco 
authority so grant a StJBSmv so aid in the con- 
• irnonon of a rairo^d, and if *o, to wbatext«ntT 

Seoond — Hti said City and County the legal 

Sowers to eTJBsCBlBE to tee stock of a Railroad 
ompinr, and if bj, the extent and manner of 
doirg it? 

Third— If the city and county aforesaid «ainet 
eubsoribe to tbe ^-took of a railroad oompany, but 
can grant a aubiidy, is tbere any le*al device by 
wbioh, in her own behalf or by others as Trustees, 
or otbsrwiss, for her, she oan be legally t e :ured an 
interest in the slock or evidence of obTg-. tioa of a 
raiirosd oompany, in oousideratlonef anjh suo- 
sidy ? An early aoawer will oblige 
Your obedient aerva^t,. 

J. MORA MOSS. President. 
J. Mora Moea, Esq.. President San Franeleoo 
and Co orado Hiver Railway Comcany. —Dear sir: 
Your letter of the 30th ultimo was duly lecefvsd. 
The questions propounded by you require consid- 
erable examination, and their importaaee de- 



manded the time consumed before making a re- 
ply, in view of your request fer an early answer 
toe conclusions arrived at are now riven, rather 

tdao extended opinion. Firs', the authority to aid 
in the •onstrncii >n of raiuoads la given lo the 
Oi y and CeantyoF San FranciiOO by aa Act of 
tbe Legist <tureeout ed "&a aot to empower the 
Board of Supervisors of the awer*! counli's to 
aid in tbe- construction of a rail read in their re- 
speO ive coun'les," sppr> ved ap:il 4tb, 18 Id, and a 
Sap^l-meatal Act approveJ on tbe not day. 
'i'bose provide tha- the several counties, Icolnding 
tbe Oi y and County cf ban Franoison, ausll be 
au 1 horised to aid in tne conetr-o ion of railroads, 
by tbe issue of bonds, afur the expression of a, 
favorable opinion b> tbe peop'e et an election in 
tie manner prescribed, lhe validity "f tbeeacts 
is Bottled by toe doc.aion of the buprem<i Court of 
tbl* best" *n tbe ease of tbe Stockton and Vnalia 
R'i roaa i.ompanj vs. The Common Council of ihe 
City of Stockton, April t.rm. 1371. and being valid. 
It follows that aid may be granted in tbe scanner 
%< d to the ex ont thereto P'ovlded. The amount 
of the bende isl-m t-d t ■■ five per cent, of the tax- 
ab'e property, acoordlt-ff to its valoatton on the 
assessment roll la»t preceding lh- lasne of the 
boada; aodit thtte 's any outstanding indebtad- 
ness looorred by granting other aid to railroads, 
Ihe amount of this Indeb edoeaa is to be deducted 
from the amount of the bonds. 
#4sBW«ar**Tbe City aud County of San Eranciece 
kai do power Le *nbsoribe to the stock of a rail- 
road ovmpanr. The Acts above referred to oon- 
talo the oalv prev aions now io foros authorizing 
San Franoieoo to aid in tbe construction of rail- 
r Hpa, Toe aid ooi>templ.ted is a donation or 
subsidy and not a subscription|to the stock of a 
•air ad inmpanc buch a enbtoriulion le not 
within tDe letter or maaninfc ot the law. The pow- 
er given Is simply to i-eue bonds, and It was not 
intended that anj lability ehouid be crested ex- 
oeptfor tbo payment of the bonds Tbe power 
to beeome ust-jc/choldrr invoivei very different ooc- 
elderations and cona- qieccee. It could not be 
• urcised without anbieoting theCit-r and County 
totbe same duties aud liabi itiee imposed by iaw 
upon oihs. etookholderr, and the poweroan only 
erl-' by exoreas grant from the Legistatnre. 

Third— Having come to tbe oohoiumoo that tbe 
Ci.ykud County oannot directly become a aub- 
acriber to thest;ok of a railroad company nndtr 
any exietingetutoe and that in granting aid tbe 
corporation is limited to a donation or subsidy 
nnoLT fho Aot» of the Legislature referred to 
above, I know of no legal device by which the 
City aod Co-nty can indirectly secure an intera-t 
in tue stock; for the law will not allow by iodi- 
reci n what oannot be done directly. Nor oan 
the City and Count; contract for any dividends tr 
other compensation from a railroad oompany as a 
consideration for the subsidy, aa that would be to 
destroy its character as a donation. Any l»gal 
BCbeme to evade the plain meaolrjg of tne law 
would in my j udgment prove a mere delusion and 
scare. 

However, the electors of the oity have one great 
poweron this eubjeot, whi.^h oan always be exer- 
cised b neficially. The law provides tbat "tbe 
route for which aid ie proposed to be granted shall 
b- definitely deeoribed ' in tbe notioe tar the elec- 
tion at which the people exprets their wi 1 on tbe 
aubjact. This glvee them tbe power to designate 
the frmfm of tbe rou e. and in effect to make tbe 
donation dependent on conditions tbat cannot be 
evaOd. R-Bpeotfully, 

Your obedient eervant. S. M WILSON. 

Intelligent engineering parties will eoon be 
organired and in tbe field explorinc for the beet 
and moat direct ronte to tbe thirty-fifth and also 
the tbirty-aeoond parallels of latitude at the Col- 
orado river. 

It being our purpose to bring tbia enternriae 
within the reach of every citizen whodesiies to 
sustain ao independent railroad, tree of any other 
n tbe > v tats or of any oombiuation therewith, aud 
our organisation being perfeoted, as before stated, 
aud subsarip'ions bav nn b*en already made to it 
to the amount of $I,630,<X)0, we now invite tbe 
public to oall at the < ffioe of the company and 
subscribe to the stock in euoh sums as may be 
destr>d by each Individual. 

It is due to the oi t, s°ns of San Francisco and the 
Sate that the onterpriea should be fairly and in- 
telligently placed before them. We mean bu i- 
ne.'i, and have no purposes except what we have 
herein a" ftted. 

Byor^erof the Board of Directors. 
J, Mora Moss, John Parrotr, 

> cut Donabue, H. M. Newhall, 

W. 0. RalMon. Wm. T. Coleman, 

O o. H. Howa-d, R. B. Woodward. 

John O. Farl, Josiab Belden. 

Michael Reese, Albert Oanal, 

H, D. Bacon. 



, 18U , 



Foreign and Domestic Drug's. 

Aeeayers, Bakere, OonfeotlonerB, Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, and all manof actarers needing drog. 
giafs articles, will find lt to their advantage to 
examine the cash price list of Btroh, Schmidt 
& Co., importers, (enocesEora to Hug& Schmidt) 
635 Commercial st.. one door below Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horton'e Tobacco Antidote. * 



tVrxftvt Cheer Liaunclry 
Is the best laondxT in San Franoieoo 

Wew 8tylo *Te^v-eix-y. 

Btrangers and others contemplating making 
purchases of Jewelry should inspect A. Blrfioh- 
man'e elegent stock of new styles of Jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 Kearny street, 
between Butter and Post. Everything at lowest 
cash rates. 

■ o — 
Ox*. Dohorty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and speoifla practice, and as such Is 
now the most snooessful of any Physician In 
San Franoieoo. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of LeidasdortY. a tew doors below What 
Ohoet House. 



Asa Old Laaadmairac. 

The Verandah Oigar Store, at the N.B. corner 
A Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the hut 
eleven years for keeping the best Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc. ■ 



Or. Barlow J. Smltn. 

Gives' free lectures (to <Oantlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commercing at 7 H, at his 
Hygelan Hall, 6S7 California et., and examines 
patients phrenological! j aa to health. The best 
and cheapest place In California for a slok per- 
son to «et well. q 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS* 



MONEY TO LOAN, 

At 9 per Cent., on 

CITY REAL ESTATE SECURITY 

FROM AND AFTER THIS DATS. BY 

The Hrbernia Savings and Loan 

SOOIETT. 

IDW. MAKTI9T, Secretary. 

Bam FaAMOiflco. Angnit 1». 1*71 «oia it 



The Greatest Curiosity 

Ever exhibited to be seen at 

Neumann's Silk Culture, 
EXHIBITION, 

7*3 Market street, Bancroft's Building 

ADMISSION TWENTY-FIVa CENTS 

Open every day from IS A aC to 10 p.m. an5 



MANAGERS. ARTISTS. 

AMATEUR SOCIKTCtfS, AlfD TBJE Pro- 
fession genersHv.— The undersigned begs tc 
Inform all in neesl of PLAT BOOblS and 81 AN- 
DARD DRAMAS that he Is constantly reoervin 
the La teat Pnblloatiooa from ail American sad 
£f!^c HoQMS ' Address all orders to B. H. ED- 
WARDS (lateD.K. Appletoa A Go's). 5*>8 and 
Alts Montgo-rjery street, San Francisoo. 
Oataloguae forniaked on application. sj> lm 



10,000 Useful Articles 

THIS AT A«T OTOF.E STORE, 
/• T " - • ....LT.... I V T 

VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PUT.*. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Mens'' Clothing. 



THAI AT ANT OTDEK STOKE, 



taenia. 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARNTSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERY KIND OF 

Housekeeping Goods, 

OBCFl A FEU 

THAI AT ART OTDIB STORK, 

......... 

VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAIA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles. 

OlEXS.A.FaXItt 

THAN AT AST OTHER STOKE, 

. KB ....lt....aSE 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STTXE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 



THAK AT ANT OTHER STOKE, 



VAN SCHAACK & COS. 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

CHEAPER ' 
THAN AT ANY OTHER STORE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS ol EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAW AT AST OTHER STORE, 

....4T.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET OPPOSITE PLAZA 



PtwCiflc Stone Company, 

THE PACIFIC BTONB COMPANY OAU 
the especial attentioa of Arohiteots, KnsrLn 
eers, and the pnblio in general, to the 8UPKBIGI 
QUALITY of the Stone now bains manafaotoMM 
by them in this oity under the Ransoms Patents 
Thtj make to order and keep in ■ took: 
Building; Fronts, Water Pipe, 

Slake, MonDuents, Fonatalns, 

lllea, Co pin its for TfsUle 

Filters, etc, ete. 

Tofetber with Bansome'a celebrated FreM3rl 

Grindstones, all of whiob we guarantee superior 

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

■•-Tbe attention of private, parties intendiog it 
build ia reipeotiojly solicited. 
Office. No. IO BUSH STREET. San Francisco 



THE CUFF HOUSE 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMINOSURFI MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

APTETIZING BEEAKFA8T3, LUNCHM 
DINNEK8 AJID BUPPEES. 

BRI\0 TOIIH Wiri! 

nne toce fimiii! 

BHINe tOXTK I.AJ>Tf FRIKNIM 

And eDJOF * ri«w of the FINEBT OOEAN PAKO 

BAHA. IN THE WORLD, ,11 in ,i»ht of 

tbe world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With , fleet o white-winded mewengere ,QUrta| 
from every pftrt of the commeroiftl world. 

•e*-N0w Line BojflM, oonoeoting with StrtM 
OftX* ftt Lone Monnuin erery 10 mtnntee h.M.f^, 
lor the Olig Honte. Fere 36 oeou. 




ALIF0RNIAJESTAURM1 

os. «ie, exs and *>ia mi 

gomerr street, near Merohi 
Ladiee' Saloon conneoted with tbe 
laurant. 

Sill at Pare. 

Bee Cream or Coffee FHEI as 
auy person sspendlDK " 

Stnp, with Fish or Rroasts. is« 

Two Esrsa 16c 

Three E_ra-s 80c 

Bmeltaor Salmon, with Coffee 15o 

Steaks or Chops, with Tea or Coffee. . ,15o 

Sirloin Steak, do %o 

Freah Oroters, Raw or Stewed. \5a 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer 10o 

Bottle of OLaret Wine ISO 

Pies, Pndding or Oake. 60 

Oat Meal, Hash er Cracked Wheat. . . . 60 
Ooffea. Tea, Ohoooiate. or a Glass ef 

White or CUarat Wine .„ So 

del-tf JOHN BEGAN, Proi 




NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB,... 

PIANOFORTEand SINGING. 

MONS. ALKXANDttR WOLOW8RI, THC 
well kaotrn Pianist and Vocalist- has ttas 
honor to inform hie friends and the pnblio of San 
Francisco that be opens courses for Piano and 
Singing, b; his entirely new and simplified sys- 
tem, tbe shortest in f>x.iste nee— reading Mnsioat 
sight, accompaniments of anr song by a new 
march of harmony, aa well as the most tnoroofhi 
koowledgo of time, by Mod a. Wolowatti's new In- 
vention, which has created a great sensation la 
the mnsioal world. Ltdiea and genriemen deal* 
rooa to become fine singers or eroelient perform-: 
ere oan leave their orders at the Piano Wareroons 
of WM. BADGER, No 19 San ae me street: or, st 
lions. W.'s reaidenoe, No. <49« Snttsr street. 
jy 31-lw 



VERY HANDYJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AV 
^ Mission street oars take yon to No. S SecoaeT 
street. Kearny, Sntter, and Central oan takal 
yon to 1*4 Kearny street 

Our TVF70 Stores, 

Where yon oan be supplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds of FURNISHING GOODS and TOIL! i 
ARTICLES at prioea lower than raoet stoma* 
afford to sell them for. 
■tav* Call and aatisfy yonrseWaa. 

BENEDICT aft CO, 



PURE WATER. 

CALIFORNIA 

Porous Stone Filter, 

FOR HOUSEHOLD OR MANUFAOTURIH9 
parooaea Hotels, Res aarenta, Distlllsrisa. 
Druggists. Hospitals, Pnblio Institutions, and all 
purposes where Pare Water is indispensable. 

The makers of th a Filter claim its superiorly 

overall others io the application of STONE aa a 

FILTERING MEDIUM, being the only trns and 

natural method. 

This Filter is reidily attached 10 all fanoete la 

?immoD use, and being reversible ie sslf-olesnins. 
r IS HIGHLY ENDORSED BY THE MEDI- 
CAL FACULTY. Oall and see it in operations, 
the Depot, No. 8O8 Market street. 

ALFRED CLARKE, Sole Ageal 
sjoy-Prioe S2 50 each. A liberal discount to deal- 
era. auS lw 




apStf 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and mads 
to ORDER, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

» Kearny street. 



RACINE HOUSE, 

No. 1033 Kearny et., 

BAJI FRAUOISOO. 

THE A.BOVB HOUSE IS COKTENIENT ~— . 
to ill the .eteemboftt IftHdinge. baeiDftftiejsf 
portion of the city, sod the priocipftl pieces ■■ 
of emasement. Beet of ftOoomnudfttiool ftt— -~ 
lowest prioea Reetaorant attaohed to tbe hooee. 
where the best of board can be had on the reatw> 
rant plan. OPBN ALL NIOHT. 
joM Ire J. BIOKBB8TAFF, Proprietor. 



GO XO 

HDL. AIM'S 

FOR YOUB 

BOOTS ANI> SHOES. 

Ton can Save from SO Cents to Three 
Dollars on every pair yon bay. 
T\TOIjA.N, 

11 Third street, near Market. 
■rlT-Look out for the BIG BOOT. anl 1» 



L 



J. CORTJf , TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS BEHOVED FROM OOKSEH, OF 30 *. 
mer and Montiomerr etreetj to No. »»•• 
MONTGOMERY STREET, between Pine .an* 



Bulb, opposite tbe Roee Honae. 



DASHAWAY STABLES, 



I |0 POST ST.. BKT.KBJtENYl 



— - 'f_v 

-— — .„ ,pont. — Rookawan aod Vaa. 

Bnniae oa tbe moat reasonable terms. ^EasTeS 
rJaea'andOentlemen-eSftolaleHoreee CtTBT 
itwftre on band . Partlcmlft I attention — 1 S> 
jVld to Beeedim \>rae».Sft I leJT! tf ! 



... 




MONTH MEN'S 

HOTEL, 



III facte Sure 



BoteMA>AM4 



• *a rmuonco, tcho«t. aoscit it. int. 



▼•»- *▼■.-■■, t*. 



M J&. 



— 



HOETICTJLTURAL 
FLORAL FAIR! 



HIW ALH1MBBA TH1ATBI. 



rim 




Horticultural Society 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

IT T4I II' 



Maguire's California Minstrels! 



••■ 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



STOCKTON AMD POST STREETS 
Opi — I "n1'»n N.i 11 i i 

-» haw -»■»- EfaaWse., — « »—-*-« I* Ik* 



The Finest Han in the United Stales' 

O f — ThunwUj Vubcum 

IIIR II BAT*. 

•»r rw •••!«« •* t*» ea^**** tew »»w i»*4 *• BjEta 
MM the MM «4 a»w* i iu miw (UIMUm erar k*M 
m«M^muM wip WKM e creel a-aar **▼•* *»« 

M.OOO IN CASH PREMIUMS 

* M evard**. I* aw*Ae» to •»**• ik* diapUy cf Otllrer- 
e*e • |-»i,r«; ini fftotwi iwifcytl bar wo.-ld-Wkae 
ffVJMMtw*. 

Grand Concert 

l.»Tfct<«IM'k<Il>IMM ••- IMIPT* (C1LOTT-S 
■ III TMI II I III ■ - UBA»U tOnKTII. oaitUH 
UM !-.« Mo.tofaaoof Boa rn oolioo. Im two «u»««4 lo 

Minn to. o> o« Ml**-, anil itifi or*r»ooa ul •«■- 

al«IM li" !!■••< tk*r.lr. to* |r«|»ui t( wl.lt* 
kt (.vw- ...tT A*!. 



tor 



i«.xici of tiio "World 



■VBHIfO 

it a-ran 



I ■• TIB 



AUOOtT13 
t immoop at •. 



I'urt Fltnl — K rlnlnmriit n Ire m«I..ii. 



Ultlac «»* Owtlra«« 
M •>«- I—' ..»! »• 

.-•••a Tlrk.l.. .Jaalltl.a •>-. p*r.n» « •>• 

■ ■■■■w Tl»k«.». ■4«iiiua 0»* JITMIIt ■■. 

«-. I I III 

irfltl w ' l WoBloiaroo-H - 

••IM !<• A* 

C*JlArw« "rf" 14 ».«r. MA 

~~Mltrv« »t«i bill '1*rr» of >*/'-i' tfnirliiaL 
iMIMk*(»wiHl tr*m M* •( loo Hmttrf, Hill 
HMO. or mm; of too orlorta.l Boo*. Htm of Drm itoroa 



Hi orin ta rol aaAaa • oroaaod or '!>• tmiiiii. 

MAMAOKB*: 
■ 01. H. B BOLANDRA. I I L BEIUKR. 

a irtnw I wiiiiam w-tbr. 

r a hi I r wkioenbtrb, 

o KraiiAi I r. luobsman. 

■ OIIIT T. BRTUK. Tmnni. 



• AILAP !-• r«l»V«f» RtJMBIJ. 

hlarl'loeaiiaadS K. AIihIct? ilreNCalirnrniB MiaMrria 

IVirl I- .u.l Olio. 

Senator nart on Political Situations 



15 TUBIK UH.10I1AL ■OKU AHDUa.V'E 

TUALKINO IJW THia 8TAB.XjiaBT 



THE GREAT COOL BURGESS IN HI8 ALBUM OF FUN 

Tht whole to conclude with H/mtu « Original Sketch entitled 

HOW THINGS GOf MIXED! 



A lirrml Variety Show Fiery NUht! 
oPttA uourrr. BURLtiauBt, 

■ IrHTRILIT. NCOB.O AOTI, 
L.BCHTIMA.TB UnAMA 



THIt evEMIRO ADOOtT IS 



^rk. aploiiclKl Proimninia 
. 1 , 

tub nkwiA-niix » L i'uf or aa 

THE MURDER OF THE KLU KLUX KLIN! 



oTOABXZl MATFIBI.JO. 

OOOtZIjXi a»n<« OOOFBR 

— rp — 
"t.lMICMIMu.lTTf,' ' (ONI OF IIOODIMOS, (TO 




Mik M»y Leroy, to* FopalAT DuueBM. 

«a GRBAT BIT Or 

THE MURDER 



TOBY-A Or...! ADDRYMANIDINNT-Ai. Itl.k S.r..ol 

MB POOZIL-A Team Old M.a ...BUB II ART I BIUDT-Uoit Anjltiiiic .... 
MAKYJAKX-An Old Mud 



JAM RIOKRY 

I KSKQLEK 

Klin rA!»SY OID1UH 



MOKDAT irBBINO Aarait 19lh— First AppclnoM of 

W. F. BAKER, 'bo OelsbriKKj T««or, O. D. ROCKEFELLER, lbs oiinbritad Alio. «nd 

I. McANDREW8,the Great tad Original Plantation Darkey. 



PRICES OF ADMISSION 

l>RR*A CIBdLK OJ»E DOLLAR 

OKin»TRA CH1IBI - FIFTY 0£NTS 

rAaUlDET TWlCWTY-FrFF OP.KT- 



wmr All Bills Bftainxt tho Alhftn.br» Theft.?* cnost be pre4wnt«4l hRmaft«r cm MnoJay. 
TtMPUDO Q**d u from the hoai« of EoUm, Chat* it Go., S8S Glar ilre-xt. wnU for the oelebr»t«d Ohlekaring Pltoo 



MoOTOt 

BrABd 

Uool- B«o... 
Aodr 

WajIko. ... 

AUIei'.V.'.'.;". 



Harry Hmir. 

rr*dUoo*«r 

Harry D*vo* 

Mr.a.at.ll 

Oaorf- FMt«MT 

...Ubarlai 0<,«i.l 

Majr l.rro» 



To cooolnd* with 

ITEL^X X>3ELTTSa"Sil^a.Z%.X> 

OhavrftOteri by tht Oompmy. 
IN PREPARATION- 

The Six Fast Women of San Francisco 

AWD ... 

■TBCBJ BSOAFBTJ »xrTKr. 

AJDBHBAIOH ■» Oe«l« 

Enlr.no* to PnnW Bom on Snvur llroet. 



TUB MODEL UARMHBO BOTJUBBL 

P^ICHOUSETV-Jr.TB^'. 
OLYMPIC HOUSE.^Ji.Tr^: 

kpUiB, R4LATON A OOTRRLL. 



Magary A Co., successors TO Harvey M. Lockwood & Go. 

SPLENDID ABSORTMBNT OF 

Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just Arrived. 

aronjs pbiob »«■ »»i bubut wtbbbt. amritni mkh amb ihittbb. 



BALDWIN'S 
DAIRY BUTTER 

■VNoat r-oaitjc anUut prnonr '<J from tha 8oI« 
A|r«nt,If B. TKKWtLLlOttR, Hull a SO and Gl 
W-ahinntonMBr.iil. L K BALDWIN. 



MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE 

TUESDAY EVEWIHQ - ■■■ ATJQP8T 13 

1007 PRESIDENTIAL 

Mass Convention! 

TRAIN LEAGUE! 




The People's Candidate 

PEIsTiINf! 



GEORGE FRANCIS 



Complimentary Concert 

TO BIOBOBIIIA 

ASBLUf A 8PI&AHIA 

PHIMA DONNi S0PB4N0. 
A.T X s X* ATI?' S I3C^.3-.3L. 

OK— 

THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 15 

TJNDEB DIBI0TION OB 

8IGN0R D0MENIC0 SPEBANZA. 



Flnt Public App«aruee In thla city of 

Signora Assunta Speranza, 

PRIMA UOHMA CONTRALTO, 



What other Man Dare Give Tou His 

PZ.A.TFOH.M 1 

A. Terr I hi © Str***!© for SntnaelpiUla* AijMcat 

Fwlj All StoSMla *• Orc*ler C«i»d t« Oratt 

Th* Eaisllah AtttMltBgailliaticn (Bclaaatai Trtai- 

«r«r> rmy Bill. «f C^ittaktu Claelaaattl, Phlln. 

aVlB-la. ud BaltlMarw Oomve«tl*u Qrul't Lm| 

FtfttaMOf lha De»jtr«j «ct«b Harare, aamrl 

TwettT »» l f ■ > »> BttlTM«« over C. O. D. — Tho 
r«im«l-ma H«U O-u-.Iy.I .T«r the De*4 Ga,rea>«< 
• tt.«.t.r*rtr — TheCn>«iB« L*r> *«k a>r tho Boath- 
•rw »■!—>■■ I A the Wlnwr P«« «f the aCacll.h 
C*B\v«mtlaai A B«« Het t>flK«tf«I Th« Krftk«at 

t«iw «IM B* at- 



lOJf.. 



,.S* tMd ■* OIMTI 



PROGRAMME-PART FIRST. 

L OTRRTURK— Aroldo .Vfrdi 

L OAVATINA Dl KOSINA-Il Barbtore RoaHINI 

MlBUorlnii Adolinu Nperuaxii- 

) PAOK ROUKKS. OAPirAlNK-Bar.tooo BaUbiL.MebIBBEE 

Mr. IaOUIb Dacb«s. 

L LA MANDOLINirA Baladilub) 

ArraBgtd lor Oaii.ir, sod produced forth* tiriL time by 
Mr. M. Tf. Ferrer. 

S REOITATIVO-Ari* 0(ir*r( Uoro Fe.ttYO.... ROSBIWI 

HiKit'irn AMUntit Hpenm/.n, 

AJfD PUPILS Off THE ITAUAN MUilOAL INSTITUTE. 

P»r( Second. 

1. SIItKONIA-Worme Belliki 

2. OKAND ARIA-B«»t.HoedlT*nda BWJJlft 

llgMru A.*lelln* HiK-rMM, 

AND PUftLS ITAI.IaN MUSIUAL INSTITUTE. 

} ROMAHZ b— Ann* Holojn DONIZETTI 

ftlynorii A.«anntu Sperun^iA. 

4. MELODrA— MarLhe FLOTOW 

QaJe Armonto* aooomptnttda ooo Gull*'. 
Nlarnor l»t*r. dp- ntid Mr. M. T. Ferrer. 

0. QRANa) DUO-tteEDiramidB ttOBSINI 

Mlaneru .mil "lun.rlaa Sporuetua. 

5. OHORO OK TtlR WK«R1M8- Lombacdi Vskdi 

Okllttren, I- nil 1. a aim Oentietaten. 

7. HL BESITO-Ouoloa NapoliUae {la Oottane)..SABHlEHTO 

■Iinerln* Adellnu - prrunwv. 

XIOK.K1W ONJB DOLLAR 

Seats ote ba r'soirsd st Hall on «tey of Oonoett witbont ezlre 
cb.nc* Tioksts for tale at the luliaa Maeloal lostiiate, 1707 
Powell street, and at til minio ator. a, Oonotrt oommeocss st » 



PIONEUJt eiiOK MANUTAUTORV. 




-Thsteott RLROAWT OUBTOM WORK, IN TlIROrTT 
I exatalne I oeae and erioes. BEBBfl m MATHA&D 
t door aoath of Bosh, 



ES 



ATTEIbTTIOIbT ! 
ATTENTION 
ATTENTION! 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 

AT THK 

GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 

OF 

6. ABRAHAM 

27, 33 and 35 Second-st., 

AS THE FOLLOW1NO LIST Of PBIOBS WILL PBOVEf 

Flue Uenvir Brock Salt, from B4.0 to «KO 

Finn lienor Sack Hall. (r.,» SO to 40 

Fine. (JUHlmcrc Hall, frum Mi to BS 

1'1D« Bc.ver I'muI. fr.n lO to 15 

FlM« CuMlmt-rc Punt* f.om 1 to lO 

Floe VolTot Voilo frooA. B to 1» 

Fine Bilk Cajilmiri Vcntf ? to tO 

KB-RBHEUBHR THESE 0AKHKNTS AttK ALL MADIt 
TO ORDER IK AKT 8TYLS TO SUIT THE PUBOHASEB 
ASD A PBRFEOT FIT OUABANTBED. OB NO SALE. 
LOOK OUT FOB yoUR OWN INTERESTS, AND ALbO 
FOB THE BIO SIGN OF 

G. ABRAHAM, 

27, 33 tnd 35 Second Street. 



•ST ALSO, THE LARGEST STOOK. OF BEADT-MADB 
OLOraiNO AND GENTS' FURNISHING O00D3 IN THE 
0ITT. AT EQUALLY LOW PBIOES. 

G. ABRAHAM, 

33 and 33 Second street. 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 




AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

AT THE VARIOUS FAIRS. 

For the Superiority Over all Others. 

FOB SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT THE OLD 
B*tibH*b.mMit, l»o Loldoodorff ilre-tt, oopoiiU woo 
Ohoor Sou., Aod At 

lOUABZA'S BRANCH 

SIT KEABOT BTBBET. BETWEEN PINE AND BU 



iT- 



QTTB WAL Qg ^yjvSKMlNTg. 

F abliahed •«•» r^af In Use Year by 

.it ana *8a Wa*BlogU>n ete. 

Bfciow Montgomery, Ben Freneleoo, 



TUESDAY.. 



..AUGUST 18, 187a 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

■etro poll tan Tfctaatra. 

Mlee Ada Grey append last night for tbe B'el 
tiaaeiaae play written saurtiMy forherbyT.B 
DeWatdeo. enlitlsd "Women; her Charms. Gra- 
•Mftfid Follies." A capital boaee was drawn by 
taepopnlar.ty ef Miee Gr»j, and the annoonee- 
sasat of a new pUy. In the first act we are tntrc- 
faced to the following man led eooplea Felix 
Yaffil i W. J. Cogsswell) • bad bneUod with ■ 
good wife, Emily Vaoil, played by M1m Vary Wai- 
«eo;JenklEBODO. Blurt (Frank Bee) in elderly 
domineering bubud with a young wife, in. 
Blnrt, played by Mrt, Frank Bet; Tompkina O. 
Fe«b«( (Willie BfmmOayoupg end silly kuabaud 
with an elderly wife, played by Misa Fanny Young. 
So mneb for tee married people. Miae Loolnda 
Djwnnaht play«d by UiuAdi Gray, la a attoog- 
mintlsd wonuii, wbo baa bt an accoe lomed to pad- 
dlaherowa canoe, baa cultiraud her mojole by 
working In the gold mlnei of California, and bunt- 
ing the bufralo on the bcundlete pra- arte and now 
•adMTora U right the wrens* of bar lex. Sbe Is 
rot an enemy of tbe "lyrant man," boweTer, aa ia 
proved by her erident affection for her legal ad- 
riaar. Mark Maolclgb, plajed ina qaletly etfeo- 
tiYeand gaatleaaaoly manner by Barry Coorlaine. 
Mies Ada Gray baa tome tlrong aaea c haa to de- 
iiTtr in tbii obaract^rand gate them with telling 
•II sat laat nigbt ; ahe haa al&o to b« handy withe pis- 
tol, and ahe drew that atwaja at tbe right time. 
While Lncinda Downright doea all tbe good aha 
oan, Mrs. Emily Crawlelgh, a designing woman, ad- 
mirably p'ayad by MisalHenriatla (jeb.rne doea 
much mleohlef. The torlons talk la teliered by 
the scones in which Esther Wta'.brooke appears- 
Miaa Haggla Moore played thla part in a bewitch- 
ing*! natural manner eefxniig the incarnatlanof 
fan; ahe ia deaerYedly a groat favorite with tho 
voblie, ia always pleaalngand "doea her lavel beat 
with ovary part ahe undertakes;" John Woodsrd 
oaoeed some fas aa an English servant, at tbe 
data of tba play Luolnda Downright marries Mark 
Mgnlelgh, aire. Vacil gets rid of ber bad husband 
and haa tbe consolation of getting hie monsy, 
end tba respective positions of tbe other two mar- 
ried oonp!et are reversed; the formerly bulbing 
JaokloBon B. Blurt ia a henpecked bnabaod.and 
TomklnsTeeba), who nied to stand in awe of his 
wife, has t^raed ant a perfeob tyrant. ..Thla play- 
will be performed again thia evening, and at an 
extra matinee to morrow. To-morrow evening 
M es Ada Gray will take her farewell benefit and 
make her last appearanoe. "Hampty Bumpty," 
the greatest of all pantomimes, will be produced 
•a Thursday If tbe steamer arrives promptly. 
A lh umbra Theatre. 

The new programme at thiu honee drew a large 
and fashionable audience last night, and every- 
thing went off well. Tbe now finals, "Suuabine 
Oloudaaud Btorm," re very lively. Senator Han 
haa auoh a thorough comprehension of the polit- 
ical aituation tbat tbe party which engage s him to 
•tamp the State will .ceitainly carry California. 
Dt lebanty and Hengler'e " Walking Id the Stai- 
light"ie one of tbe prettiest song aod dance acta 
in tboir large repertoire. Oool Burgesa'a aew al- 
bum of f uu fa immoasa. Bob Hart's clever Imper- 
sonation of Hannah in "The Bead Beatj" la of 
itMli worth a visit to tbe Alhambra,andjAdd By- 
aaan'a sketch entii!ed"How Things Get Mixed" Is 
aeoreaming bit of Inn, in which be. Bob Hut, Ban 
Blekey and T. Hengler are otpital. The same b. J 
will be presented to-night. 
Bella Union. 

-Pretty Black Eyed Kitty" by the Reynolde 
Brothers; "Dhtae Dwo Jutoh Gala" by J. £L 
Lsrkin and Carrie Armstrong; "Madame Dnm- 
pli«o," In which Barry Sinclair, Johnny Tuere, 
R. G. Marsh and Tommy Barton appeared, and 
'■Proposition Opposed" by Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Gonell and George Reynolds, are some of the acta 
to be performed to-nigbt. "Toe Dice of Deaib,". 
an earning melo-drama, oencludes a very pleas- 
ant eater talnment, 
American Theatre, 

Those wbo wish to understand Grant's policy in 
the Kn-Klux-Blan qaeetion may perhaps gain 
knowledge of It from tee play entitled "TheMor- 
•W of tbe Ku-ttlux-Klao," now running to crowd- 
ed houses at this house. At any rate they are 
■ore to be amused. 
Pacific Hall. 

Tho tbird orchestral concert of classical and 
popular mosio nnder the dlreotlon of Louie 
Schmidt and Oscar Wtii will take place tbis eve- 
aing. On thia occasion Mr.Llnooln.anewtenor.re- 
•ently from London, will appear and eing two of 
the favorite ballada of the great English tenor, 
Bims Beeves: 'Good Nlgbt, Beloved," by Balfe 
and "Let Me Like a Boldier Fall," by Wallace. 
Mr. Lincoln's voice ia spoken of In terms of tbe 
airbest praise En musical drolea, The grand or- 
ebeetraof forty Instruments will play s< lections 
from Beethoven. Schubert, Stranae, and Wagner 
and BoaelDi'ebcautifalovcrture t« "WUliaai TelL" 
There should be a aoffUtent number of lovereea 
really Sne music fa thla eity to crowd Paciflo Hall 
« every pari. The faahtoaab es are always there but 
the 60 oent gallery should also be well filled All 
oan appreoiate the music performed, tbe pro- 
gramme being arranged to suit all taitea. 
Zf a a rnir«'g Opera Home. 

George Fraucla Train, who, If hie popularity can 
be measured by th: houaea be draws, ia tbe moan 
yepular man In the United Stales, will hold a 
aaaa convention to-night at Magulre'a Opera 
Hause, He will give the audience his platform 
and leave it for tfaem to decide whether or not 
be shall be next President; Grant and Creole, will 
both be roughly handled by this most original aud 
utterly fearless sneaker. 
Platte Hall. 

Dr. Fayne'a free leotnre last night drew an im- 
waeaeo audience. He spoke well and forcibly on a 
delicate subject, and intereettd e'l wbo heard him 
He will deliver a free leotnre, to both ladlts aid 
gentlemen, on Monday next at Piatt's Hall The 
eubjeot will be "Belf-made Men." 

AwATOMiOAL MnsaTJM.— One of ibVmoet 

•ompleu ooUeotiona of the krnd Is the United 
8t»tea, comprising hundreds of ooatly and beau- 
Ufnl wax models, la daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at the Museum en Montgomery street. An 
hour may be profitably sneot here. 

«emovaX 

JfewelTe Paragon Shirt Bazaar hag bean doing 
,n lmmexj' uelnaaa for the past year though 
hidden aw-, op two JUghta of stairs. Row It 
tSSHS 7J« I? 1 J 1 " °* *™y™ «>a in eg 
ST^A'. 136 M ^ Dt80m * r ' ■traet, Occidental 
Hotel building, and la now fast rnonopoUUng 
all thefaahlODableouatom of the city Thla 
Btaaar haa ^•ecome famous for perfeot fitting 
Bbirts at low prices, and NeweU'e abirta oore* 
tbe manly breastg of our beet citlzena, b 



Bcdlamiane La Bible Timet. 
*„ The Alt» yeaterd»y, under tbe heading, 
"HoodJomiam as seen from aEiblt Stand- 
point, " gave ft report of % sermon delivered 
on Banday by the Ber. Dr. Cunningham at 
the Central Presbyterian Chorcb. We 
knew, when we heard that Dr. Conoingbim 
was going preach Oft this subject what text 
he would choose. We axe sorry that tbe 
Alta misquotes it. It says: 

The Ber. gentleman took for bis text tbe 
23d Terse, second chapter of tbe Second 
Book of Kings, referring to Elisha coming 
to Bethel: "And aa he was going ap by tbe 
way, there came forth forty-two little chil- 
dren on I of the city and mocked him, and 
said unto him, -'Go up, tbou bald head; 
go ap, tbou bald head. ' 

It should read; "And as he was going up 
by the way, there came forth little children 
out of the city, and mocked him, and taiJ 
onto him; "Go up, tbou bald head; go up 
thou bald head." There were more than 
forty-two of these little hoodlums. If the 
Doctor is correctly reported by the Alta be 
read bis texttery carelessly: 

Tbe text was an evidence was of the sad 
and melancholy degeneracy in childhood— 
Elisha met by two bears and forty-two hood- 
lams, lntteadof being received with Ho 
■annas reproach was heaped upon him, for it 
waa no fault of hie that he was bald headed, 
yet thay Cried at him "go it, old baldy 1 ' 
Though a man of years, experience and 
wiedom, he was treated aa a fool and mooked 
as if he were an impostor. 

EJisha was going from Jericho to Bethel 
and be wag not "met by two bean and forty- 
two hoodlums, " as may be eeen by the verse 
following the Doctor's text: 

And be turned back, and looked on them 
and enrsed them in the name of the Lord. 
And there came forth two sbe bears out of 
the wood, and tare forty and two children 
of them. 

Tbis shows that a number of hoodlums- 
more than forty- two— followed Blieba out of 
the city ofJerlsho, chaffing him about hie 
bald head. The prophet is not represented in 
an amiable light. There are some men, who, 
if pursued by a crowd of little ohildren who 
called out," bald bead. "Ob, what a hat," 
"Ain't he a guy?" or other iaeuiting epi- 
thets would have paid no attention to them. 
Not so the prophet: " he turned bach and 
looked on them and cursed them in the 
name of tbe Lord." As the preachers say, 
mark what followed: "And there came forth 
two ebe bears oat of the wood and tare forty 
and two children of them." We may hope 
that these two she bears discriminated be- 
tween tbe children who called out "go op, 
thou bald head," and those who cried 
"shame," "Let np on tbe old man," "Linh 
isn't a bad sort of fellow," etc. We are as- 
tonished at Dr. Cunnirjgham'a saying that 
Elisha was met by those bears. If he had 
read his Bible attentively he would have 
perceived that the bears were lying in wait 
in the wood and did not oome forth until 
Elisha began to curse the ohildren. From 
the Alta's report el tbe sermon we do not 
gather that Dr. Cunningham made any 
point of the hears' tearing thtt) ohildren. 
He probably thought that the hoodlums of 
the present day would not be likely to fear 
a judgment of that kind* Altogether we 
do not think much of the sermon as re- 
ported. Fioabo oould preach a better him- 
self and would certainty avoid making such 
errors as be has pointed ont. 

Barnam'i Pupil* 

"Mr. Showman, what is tbat?" ''That, 
my dear, is the Bynooory. He is contin 
German or Dutch relation to the Unicorn. 
He was born in the desert of Sary Ann, and 
feeds on bamboo and missionaries. He is 
very courageons, and never leaves home 
unless he moves, in whioh case be goes 
somewhere else, unless he is overtaken by 
the dark. He was brought to this country 
agaiHst bis will, which accounts for his low 
spirits when he's melancholy or rejected. 
He is now somewhat aged, but be has seen 
the day when he was the youngest speoimen 
of animated nature in tbe world* Pass on, 
my little dear, and allow the ladles to survey 
the wonders of creation as displayed in the 
ringtailed menkey, a hannimal that oan 
stand hanging like a fellow critter, only it's 
reserved/' 

Novel Rehearsal*. 

Rehearsals of fashionable weddings hav- 
ing met with success, and become profitable 
to professors of the art, some enterprising 
undertakers have set about maturing a 
peheme for the rehearsal of fashionable, 
funerals. _ 

Tat* Diamond Companies. 

The latest incorporated diamond company 
intends to sell its shares at a dollar. We are 
going to wait till a four-bit company starts, 
aud then we will invest— we'll buy a share. 

Good Things, 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, 1ns- 
olcne ana plqnante, are invited to call In at 880 
Bush street, nearly opposite the alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jones A Schroeder'a celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 m. to 12 at night, oa 



Tbe Old Oyater Home, 

F»r the laat eight rears Tha Bivalve kept by W 
Screen 640 Market street, haa bean the fashionable 
OTBtav honee of San Franciaoo. Tha private rooma 
vp Italia are vary popnku- lor wedding partiea ata 
enppar parties. After tha theatrea oall at tho Bi- 
valve three doora below Kearnr lor jooroyetera. 



Oak Poisoning. 

The aoientlae, certain core discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne ■Baths, No. 10 Masonlo 
Temple. Entrance on Post street. Ko cure, 
no pay. z 

Fox- Wasning 

Shirts, $1 60 per doe.; small pieces, 60o. per 
60s. At the What Oh ear Laundry- • 



A bzal Hat an a at Harks Wllrinefcj'fi "Bul- 
letin" Oigar store, northeast corner Bnsh and 
Kearny, is a real Havana. Nun* ced. * 



THE OTHER WORLD. 

It lias around ns like a cloud— 

A world wa do sot see; 
Yet the sweet closing of an eye 

Stay bring na there to be. 

Its gentle breezes lau our cheek, 

Amid oar worldly eares; 
Its gentle voloea whisper love, 

And mingles with ou prayers. 

Sweet hearts around us throb and beat, 
Sweat helping handa are iHmd, 

And palpitates the vail between 
With braathinga almost heard. 

And in tbe hnsb of rest they bring 
'Tis easy now to see 

How lovely and how sweat a path 
The hour of death may be. 

To close the eye and close the ear- 
Wrapped In a trace© of bliss, 

Ant" gontly laid In loring arms, 
To swoon to that— from this. 

Scarce knowing IT we wake or sleep. 

Scaree knowing whore wears. 
To feel all evil sink away, 

All sorrow and all care. 

Sweat souls aronnd watch us still. 

Press nearer to our side ; 
Into oar thoughts. Into our prayars. 

With gentle helping glide. 

Let death between us be as naaght— 
-A dried and vanished stream. 

Tour Joy be the reality, 
Our annTaiinglifa the dream. 



TJex Bhodte'b WoxsKBrux, EkettmAiw Lxni- 
aunvr. Then yoall rt member me, ± 



Wildly Improbable. 

The St, .Louis Globe says: " Since it was 
was announced that land was selling in 
Florida for eightteeu cents an acre, several 
New York editors have purchased acre lots 
there.'' We don't believe the story. Ko 
New York editor would be so reckless in ahe 
expenditure of money while lager sells for 
five cents a glass, with a hunk of black 
bread thro wn in. 

Not Immoral 

Muffington's wife disapproves of his go- 
ing to masquerade balls on the grounds that 
they are immoral. Huffingtoo tried to oon- 
vince bis Bpouse that- she waa prejudiced in 
tbis matter by Bhowiog her an advertisement 
of one in which a prize was offered "for 
the best character." Mrs. Muffington was 
not convinced. 



Oyttera. 
In btrolling ronnd the other night, 
To look at 'FrlBoo by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a screen 
Throngh whioh a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy atone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters softly fall, 
Made that window eeem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here— 
It looks so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, **I mnst agree 
That this place units me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at our bide a waiter neat 
Made hie appearanoe, asked our wish- 
Bald they had almost any dlah 
That we mignt name. We found It true, 
A nd anJoed magni$c*nUy t to*; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
OooSed every style; just think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
Ton're different from other men. 
They'd olam f and 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 Jadlea, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best ice cream ; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "ench nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let him ruRh 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who gees there once will go again, , . 

Paciflo Oyster House, 837 Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day Bad Wight. 

OH.YBLE8 ilAAKE, Proprietor. 



The Laurel Palace. 

In Loudon and Paris are many beautiful sa- 
loons where wines and other liquid refresh- 
ments are dispensed. Search these cities 
throngh and it Is doubtful whether you could 
And one equalling in beauty, tuateful adorn- 
ment and elegance the Laurel Palace, just 
completed by Mr. George Kahman, at the north-, 
west oornar of Bush and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like it has ever been seen, never was such 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
Interior is fitted-up throughout with polished 
California Laurel, sHd magnificent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on all sides. The walls and 
oeillngB are frescoed in the most artistic man- 
ner, the paintings of scroll work, flags, and 
clusters of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality In keeping with the costliness of the 
aaloon. Everything la the best that money oan 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, tbe choicest 
brandies, and the very best brands of domestic 
spirits may be found here. A spacious cellar 
runs under the Baloon, and here are stored, In 
tiers, liquors and wines in the wood. The 
Laurel Palaoe will bo a lavorlte reeort for those 
seeking refreshment after the theatre and be- 
tween the acts, aod will be famous as a reliable 
place for the purchase of family stores, In the 
way of wines and liquors, * 



Wqviflrzi'a Punches. 

One of the most famous Institutions of Cali- 
fornia is Squarza's Punch. It is found in every 
city, village and mining camp in the State, It 
is delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of this delightful bever- 
age notifies bis patrons that be has opened at 
Ho. 917 Kearny street, between Pine and Bush 
streets, a Beajjch of his old and popular sym- 
posium on Leldesaorn* street. • 

Tlie Best Remedies. 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for palo. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
t. It. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. • 



A. Pleasant JUooation* 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Oentral location, Bhould 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. • 



What Cheer JUavtin<try 

Employs no Chinamen, and Should be pat 
ronlsed by everybody. • 



Removal. 

H J MaoDins, Oyster dealer, formerly of tha 
Bins Wine Saloon, Montsotterj Street, baa re- 
movtd to the Ohai ter Oak Saloon oornar of Howard 
and Tbird Street*, whaia be baa iaereaced facil- 
ities for serving the bast shell flan, pbope, ateaka 
■ to., ia markft in elegant Btylev Hi! eld frtenda 
and tba public generally are invited to give him 

* C * J| ' r^aaraf'^'V^"- B 

a> " 

Old Ea-tatoliaxxed Merit 

The oldest establlahed shirt manufactory and 
the best In the city is the Pionzmi Bbtbt 
Hawovactobt, Ho. 827 Kearny street, between 
Pine and Buah. Everything in the way of gen- 
tlemen's furnishing goods at tha lowest prices. 



Car and Steamer News Ajrextey* 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the 0. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Pigabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with tba latest Ssn Franciaoo dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magarinea, 
at San Francisco prioes- 



dean Your wt/svlles, 
James 0. Sellers, whltner, 81 Second street. 



DR. CHSS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 



Jt.M. 



r. Jackion and Kearny ata. 



T^f^fffJL^^D'OATOR OFSPSOIAL- 
r *2°J* PL . A £?'T 8 ' 'ormerij of Look Boanitel 
« "i&^fli&Sl^*** 1 *"**"" of San Franoia- 

OO. DR. TOZflR informa tb* *fflint*rf ».h*t *ft*r 



wberahe eaa alwaya be found. DR. 10ZKR haa 
for forty yean .seat with norxralleled auooeaa in aha 
tJ?\ t 5K 1 =£ , ,, dl ,f BIW •5? ne^ * l, * koownaa OHROK- 
IO AMD SPEOIAL (JOMPLAIJUTS. 0B.TOZK& 
li Ma every war raiponeible, binding himself to 
•ffeot a permanent eg- a pr mating no charge.. 
Thoie who oaoDot afford to pay for advioeand 
5^^K w ) l i.^S^* ed i?Tmedioioa only. THK 
MOM rULV BKaTORATIVE PUd^aTneveVknowaT 
to fail fo givms reli-f in Cases for which they ara 
recon mm ended, are to be obtained only at aw 

.££?•• ?'i?fa* Spw ^ Fttli direoBon oa eeoav 

■box, sent by fexp;eaa or otherwise. 

DR. TOZKR dees not imitate the advertising- 
Q »!i c 5. wno J in ** e !»." P r *c«« to pobliah falsa 
affidavit* and othpr false reieracces, bat refers to 
the mostreBpaotab'e people in tbe Bute, whom be 
bte cubed of diseases which othera have failed to 

BK. CHA8. H. TOZIB, 



OLaravoTArrr.— Madame Clare Anton ia, the 
clairvoyant, Independent Trance Medium, 
Office, 426 Kearny Street. Oomultations nj 
English, French and German.. 



To tne Unfortunate 

Pr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 838 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial. Satabllahed In 1854, for 
the treatment of chronic and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Olbbon will make no charge 
less be effects a cure. 



Dear Mel How She Paint*] 
K. B. — Us* DZOXKI'I faXQO&a CaEMS DS Lie 

and they can't see it. B 






Sam Bale ore. 

Formerly of Bubs Bouse Oarriefcs, can be 
found In front of Ooleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner B h and Mont- 
gomery sts. , or Dexter stables; Carriage orders 
left st either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bq 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bookaellera and Stationer*. 
H. H. Moore, 699 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Hatch ere. 
Lumsden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Batter street side 
Kate, Fred, Stalla 94 to 100, Oalif ornla Market. 

Bruii Founder-lea. 
Weed A Klngwell, California; 125 First St. 

Clothing QSatail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, oor. Pina 

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

Unman Balr. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., UO Second street. 

Jewelry. 

Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merohant 
Levels made and repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Baker, W. A Hinz, 5 and 7 Butter, and 606 Market 

Music and Mnalcal Instrument*. 
Keene. O. O, mftr. aocordian'i, repairer, of all klnda 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
MaeearoQl alanniaeJarer-a. 
Brignardello, Maoehiavetlo A Co., 706 Sansoma, 

News and Stationery Stand. 
A, F. Patton, Eastern papers, etc., 600 Market St. 

Oyatera (Importers and wholesala). 
Poaaa A Oo., Ho, 98 California Market 

Sewing Machine* 
rVjHcoxAGiboa.S. M. Oo.. 113 Post at 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomer, 

Wtnea and Liquors (wholesale). 
DanerJ F. A Oo.. AM Front. 

White ner. 
James O. Sellers, No. 31 Seoond street. 



NOTIOH 



TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 

ASSESSMENTS. 

DCBLIC XOTIOE IS HEBJEB1 
called to the following reduction*— on 
rich men's property— made by the Board 
of Supervisors now In aeaalon aa o 
■Beard of Fqaallaatlon," taken from 
he Evening Bulletin of Monday, July 
32d. 1872: 
Bank of California Baildioi, from $125,000 to 



$85,000 to $63,001'. 

JS. W. Burr, lots and building* in Twelfth Dis- 
trict, from $173,600 to 9126,000. 

Dennis Maboner, lots on Pacific, Larsin and 
Jackson streets, $44,000 to $33,000. 

D. MahODBy, bntldtnta on Polk and Jackson 
streets. $20,000 to $1 5,000. 

Goddard A Oo., baildioce ooenp-ed bj Paciflo 
Iron Works, First street, $30,000 to $20,000. 



Rudolph Jordan, the old C'Mppei Reetaurant 
aildrotr, Washington street. $2'.t-(W to$l2,Wu. 
Rudolph Jordan, lot 80x100. $2-'.0l0 to $12,060. 



Robert Watt, huildiog, $26,000 o$14,0M, 

H, D. Oortrwell, two-atory brick building and 

basement, (Mb 60. northeast coiner of Ulark and 

Front Btreate. $20,000 to $i6.QV«, 
Etc., etc, etc., etc. 

Let any asor man compare the redae- 
ttona made above en the property of 
these wealthy citizens arlth that made 
en his own little honaeotead— if the Board 
deigned to make any — aid remember that 
theee men are mostly chronic etaee aeeh- 
ers., and will be aare to be ap for some 
office at the next election. Ia there any 
any poor man who would -vote far them 
again for Supervisors, to give them an 
opportunity to form another Board ai 
Equalization— for the Bleb. 

jy24 tf A. O w. 



THEATRE ROTa&ttEitlfc, 

sMME Dnpont at., ana door south ef Ban. 
^^ ^v. K. MABCHAND ATB OF TRl 

^3 ¥ X4/ " Hot '* wrie Rwtanrant" of the TJnkr 
^SlSaar Club rroprietor.— Tbe Table* pror 
daa with all tha Delicacies of the season. 
aar-OTSTEKt; TTf RVKRV B^TLJB *wSla 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

HAYWARDR 

lOKTOAKBS PROPRIETOR 

I»ir«Bt-cri«.ei» Hotel. 

irl5€m 
HE HUSIOiL INSITTOTE OP 
M AESi'RO D. fiPERANZA i, now 
.open for clwws and pri.Kte pupils. A ppU 
to MAE9TKO D. SPERA.NZA, No. 1 TOT 
Powell etiMt. mMU 



•J. a. oorner Euro; uid; Jukwi 



r rwciBoo. 



Nu FruiciBOO, 



The T-*ro 
"^orr SK>OToa?a." 

IS Morto. street, near Keiraj, 

....Am..,, 

188 Batter .treel, 1 door Mow Kemray 

All Drinka, Plain or Mixed, 10c. 

HOT LUNCH ZTZBT DIOHT. 

English Aleon Draught 

FELDMAIHr A BKICO*. 



HARKS WILZINSKI, 

BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE. 

DEALKKJJI 

Hayana Cigars and Tobacco,. 

KOBTHEAST OORNEE OP 
BXI8B AJVB KEARM ITBKF.TI, 
BAN r RAN OISOO. jyit Ixa 



DR. ALBERT MORTON* 

LATH OF BOSTON. MAGKETIO BEALER.- 
Dr. M. haa been hivhly sncueeefnl in treatiui 
Paralysis, Deafness, Debility, and Inflammatory 
Diaeaaee, aoute or ohronie. ol all tbe organs an 
the body. DlaeaseB of l^diee treated with tbe 
titmoet delicacy. 

« 1 5S.5?'.A l, ^"S T -* ,0 * TON r OLAIBVOYANT 
MEHIMAli AND B08INEBH MEDIUB, AND 
PBTCHOMKTRI8T. ^ 

Olairvojant eiaminations for disr ate in person, 
or from. hair. Spirit oommnoioatlona Payobo- 
metrical readings of character from lettare. and 
analja>a of ores. 

Mrs. Morton's Guides ha*ebeen very ■ocoeiefnl 
in directing many of the leading aitizens of Botten 
in Modicar, Lcsrnl and fioeinete matterfl. Honre 
from 9 a.m. to 5 P.K. 

11 O'FARREIaLBT., San Franciaoo. jy23 lm 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

TSO NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE IM- 
poaed upon any longer by onrobaalni TCCK 
aCAV.tXB.KB8 whioh axe neither durable nor 
practical Bel ore purchasing one, try Graff 1 Co'e 
make, and if you have ona already that is not Graff 
k Co'a maare, throw It away, get a good one, and 
yoa will aave both time and money. The self-reg- 
istering alldea of Graff A Oo 'a TOOK BARKER 
are Invaluable, and ought to he examined by all 
ladies. V, SMITH. 

Sole Agent aod Manufacturer, 
jyM 1m No. g<6) Sacramento at. (upataire.) 



VO LET. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOfctS, 

...Air THB.... 

"WEBB HOUSE, 

37 Second atreet. oppaalte Grand Hotel. 

THIS HOUSE BA8FINE SUNNY ROOMS, 
with a Re et an rant oonneoted; also, H»t-ht , 
with hot and cold water. lames wjahingaquiet 
ant 4 select place would do well to call and eee 
thera. jyia lm 



CENTRAL 

NO. IIS GEARY STRBET.*. 
Best accommodations for 1 ™bv > » T w « 
Families in tbe city. Private aaUr *^" * 
entrance for Ladi«». Hair Catting, bbavlng a_. 
Snampooiag. Children's Hair neatly oat. Ladies' 
SbaunooingoO cents. 
jjlllrn L. OORRIVEAU. Propriatar. 




•T. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Car. Second and Tehaeaa •tv«.*aa> 

Terrapin constantly oo hand; 
Oyatera In every style. PBTTATE 
SUPPER BOOHS FOB PARTIES. 

nihil Lm 



aeH§9£ 

HaP* 



Philadelphia Restaurant, 

OHA8. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOa 

THE OLDEST E8TABLISHEli4 
aod moat popular Beetaaraat In I 

Ban Francisco. The Tables are sup- 1 

plied with the beat -hi ™~»*-*~*w&- 

by the week. 408 PINE STREET, justebo*e 

"-atsoaary. awMlsa. 



MRS. M. A CUMMINGS, 

\U AGNEJIO AND TRANCE HEALING ME- 
1TA dium. NoSaSJiFoiom atreet. PnbiioOir- 
es, Taesdayf. Waanesdaja, and Fridaje, af?:JS 
M-p. Admueion25oenta. jyttls) 




J. SI.' LOANB'S REP LION 
.SALOON. IS Geary etreet, near 
Koamy and Dnpont. S9F* The 
choioeat Wines and JUouara 
Bnglieh Ala and Porter always 
an draught. Yon will alwaya An* 
"DBA iJuelneea Manager, there 
ap6 





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W. HAAU * m aTA' 



■ .w • — I — OS.. 

IMPORTERS 

Mntlaor Qtilii 




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J ^J , FURNISHED ROOKS 

I U> as. 110 per Kotth 

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V-i. IfL *«. t«. 



AT PUTT'S MUSIC HALL 
Grand XsttLaee 



EBTROPOLITAN THEATBH 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



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»o»itlT7-oiy L-raavt Appoarnuooa 

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Pianoforte Recital MISS ADA GE AT 



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ACQUIT 14 



ANNAHBHLIG 



CELEBRATED PIANI8TE 



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aBAFSOPlt HO^f.ar,;, . 

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.t rs*i ► tVWi l fjio,. uiitrf ■ mm. ' -»>'.e h jo»jo,~ ••■• . twitl»4 

Woman! Her Charms, Graces, Follies 

MHSMBfMBH 

'n \RH.nr. i «t» Ml.>'t :> »■ ■•j , iniiba Mfojsi ADA ORAt* 

■a rr <'44mwiiuih ■ w j ckumhiiu. 

aw milt • tor. • r*«-i »if. •iikiMtuMM urM ba»t wabto* 

vaa. »ila« (■moou, ■»■ a™ tail/ or»«ui«i>... am uixurrn otBoaxi 

EJIIXIO* P BLrRT.n srollnr? sol.l!*rl> nitut.. . .ritiXK RCA 

»B< /DKlOOail. M.IRT. > . «m»lf.«l » nn.lo.rlt bo.bsn ' ..MA». rUII KEA 

I i can* • ><ui twui *itk u ties*** wu> wii.i.ir hiayg 

AIK1 TOaUJTS c. MAHAL, on sloorls -if- »lb s loon, bosbotj «!1 riJJT IOHO 

MARI MA*LII«lf • Iswj.r IIAI1RT COURTAIHI 

■ r. • isdies- sua am. belhoPR 

TORT BriXJT. • BUatlbkau (IMS WOOl'ARD 

CRIT. . A. ORAHA* 

ST. -t». mors nnfoTtnnsU Hr89 MAOOtE ktOORk 

1IIS8 ADA DEAVZS 

Lini.K MAMIE 

I1E.1RY VACIL, ArklU. ipl T XJTTLE TILLIF. 



lAflVTMlrrloi In Mr. Tirll ud i 
IMU.T. VA II.. t rll:J.«f.-l 



THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING — 

FAREWELL BENEFIT OF MI8S ADA CRAY 



TOMORROW EVKKISO- 



-TOX A DlNlEK'd OllAT FASIOMIMF. 



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Aim! the In vinoil>.<- 

T o m. y I_> onier HP tx xa t o tti i tti o Troupe 

■9* i h" e4ev i . Co. 

•v~ Too Flinu ua*a ill ihU Theatre la from SliermeD A Hydu'e, Agents for ibo celebrated Webet Piano*. 



' M.. and en 
-'■. fru'i -. to IP. M , 



* «f*f Piuot eicloaivvlj. 



' Osm will l*»Te tl>« Theatre fot the Vlralon end North Beach every oigbl at the close of the performance. 



Aeenerpl AdnlHlon ft 1 OO i Pnrqilft SO 

Uiru nrrl.- nml Orchritru. Reserved beau.... 1 «'» | Oullery ».*» r«nla 

l*rl vulc Uoxm lO OO 1 e»" Seats mat be Secured Six D.iya in advance. -of* 













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PROPOSITION OPPOSED. 

Opprtattiot 

PTOTK»*f , ^'" , 

In.arferauo* 



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UoeoladlDf with Ui« Tl • ■ rratoral Drama 

ia Tito Aett, aaU'Ud 

DICE OF DEATH 

OB, TH£ MAGIC TABLETS. 
Rrna-t Wlr.ur— A Yiort* Aril»t n <i. Mararj 

Fr-la»pl»c*lbar«-A ftbarpar I on W 

M«pbla*opbll»i-lb«H*i' I .atiiMan 

Baron Ki*awiti-A W*>*Utj old Salle Tomwr IStt'on 

R«flO'pa-AGiM«»t« •• v» 111 hark 

\ <;am*«i*r . t V, in ! b if* 

Wald«-AO«tnr#l. r J U H ' L *!.**'l 

1. otiwa- An Orphan Wr'i»'h»a to h.rn^«! Ma.ia Zoal 

Th«T»"a— ^r^l'l^'B * »»!«' Vionia Ftlltttora 

F'»u rehnappi-A Konota t Icr .1 -nm- .Ijbneon 

Rofts-Lonlsa-BAlierrtaot. ... M,.- ,1o»f pb.na 

i « "■ Aini-t on« 



LiaMU* 

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1-OOIiU" 

■ ens. PaeaaBt*, r" 
i Falr.n 

BATOKDAT EVBWIWO, Au«n«t Oih— ¥lr« ' 
UISN KC.NJikDl, < liuri.ct*-! nnO T^oi.llal, rind 
JOHN KMllOUT, HuiiemaoOiutor, ctt. 



< Knulni on 



T FRE1VCH 
BEAVER 
SUITS 

LANCASTER'S 

«I7 WIMIIVUTOH NTBCfX 

Orp. M voiro's Opera Houk. 



I was confined to my bed 
for two months, suffering 
with chronic Rheumatism. 
Was cured by 

in ten days' treatment. 
LOUIS MILLER* 
1029 Pacific street. 

REFEREVCKH. 
Natraan, V»%,, -i rbir! Fmc'rieer. TU 
WaablDftin al>a«k- Ohrnnio I'. oMt-nii i ■. 
Kobart »ioi*n "14 0r»* wtuh »tr -fct— A«thaia. 
<_'barl«« Laaaar. la a baok driver, cor Gaarr and 
Harfeaf straala— P«ral]ais 

J. H Clarka, late lleatth laipeotor— D.atnaai of 
>cc| stasdlLK. 



- » ad. taba ol a <ur.' in informlnR th. palrpo that 
1 have brcn i-Tir.-d >»( tmf ■(■«■■ of ot. r ntir* tsara' 
•tand'nt tr* DR. MULi KK, SK.. No. SOS Moat- 
■OBtrt ttrMt. (bifXted) 

OPO. RITBRBOJf. 
OarneBt»rand BtjII i»r. 3£3 CUcoeotlna itraat. tw- 
twaan Tbud and Fnortfi, 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

YiaatMIA CITY, »TAUA 

'P IU3 FJ.r.CiANT THEATRE HAB BKSB RB- 
A d.cor»t« 4, ud ten b« T*Qt*d bv tb<. oARht or 
»> it. <M. >un ..I m..llint toawta 
.. L^ri.;. j uuud «Ub on ippHMtlOfi hi Ittur 
JOHIK PIPESt, 

O, „ M *^. ,r B?.VA J A»iL ,to,> 
MO WathlBK*^, itraat. Han Fraoolaoa 

To the Dramatic Profession. 

THE Jf.DI88IONHO, WHO HA* RKKK 
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MDDHlld Wltk tb. B/.H 01 

«>.. »nd i. W.II known kf th. m.mb*r. ol 
tfOaolon Id tb. OolooiM, Vacs to UatlatU 



»k»l k « lo » j i » l Aa «1»« JOtiiuaal.wlrlrF u 

PrnturttAjU] in ^i replies but be relied 



<e>nte>. At 



u'-im, AU«rt>ils>. 



WILLIAM WiniV WATERS. 

M UolUts* et*w*L Mel. 
paeUr 



J! v jsr 



GET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 



-ASD— 

A. 3>T 



a 

tber are 



made the aeatesi and obespeet— at 

«. J. II. MKYER'l, 
jyl'lm a'8 MonK-omery street 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

THE KRW YORK PATENT CARPET RPN0- 
VAtlny: CompiDj, Pair .i.vl Uacember, 1870. 
i ! Its ns sort r stores oarpr-te m Hi-t origins 1 benu- 
tr arid brlskiDtSi wHliont retnntinR tbe farm? 
ffotaino floor. AHDntt (Ireue, or Uoat Fmolc*. 
removed by unrproieae, and defsced colors will 
beoim* is trig ht sa wben now. 

The quality if the restorative ia a'ao not Injari- 
ona to tbe mcav delloate fabno and tint, aodisaa 
actual preventive bf moth and vermin. 

SAN VRANUKbX'O OKFIOE. 

No. 12R KEARNY STREET, llOON 5. 

j-31-lra SIMON LhOPOLD. Hanacer. 



Mr. StKOS Lkopold, Mawaoko j\ ew Voiik R r.u- 
ovatif'. Co.— We hsva tried yoer patent on Carpet 
t pitted vrllb ink and _rre*ee rpois, and cen freely 
say roo bare aoocf "sfu'ly rileanrd th-m. 

JOUNSuN A C!U. On and Hotil, 

Joly27th. Ban Kranoisoe, La'. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

TABLEWARE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 
of .T.rr dMOri>lioo from wbiob th. all.br ll 
worn, cao b. r.-pt.t«d io the finest sod most dor- 
sbfln m.nner St the BAN FKANUISOO GOLD 
AND SILVER PLATING WORKS. 
■ lis Mlulon .trort. kwt. Now Montcons- 
err Httd Third. in.rl lm 



NOTICE TO 

BOYS AND GIRLS. 

rpHK 7IFTY-0ENT PENCIL BHARPKNEB. 
A. for tb. oss of Bobool Oblldrsn, is now for ssls 
b/ tbe Msoofsotarsr sod Agrot. JA8. 8TOTT 
IOOS M.rk.t str..t- ioW 2w 



NOTIOB. 

f)N AND AFTER THE FIRST BEPTEMBER. 

ALL THE BAr BER SHOPS AND BATH HOUSES 
IN THIS CITY 

WILL CLOltE AT 8 O'CLOOK EVERY EVEN- 
ING EX0EP1' SATURDAY. SOU tf 



Bar Sugar 

FOB KALK-S19 KEARNY STRBET, AT 
MEKOKK'S. Alas, every kind of Uaodiaa, 
vTholeaale aad B .-.LL 
ct1» M M. A M"BOKR. 



CANDIES. 

ALJL. KltfDt OK THE FINEST OANDY 
made at oar Steam Candy Factory dally. All 
ofden, eapaetaJly from tb* oonotry. are aollcltee 
ud Will U t-roa-lrtly ilMMti. - -«™ 
CANTY A WAONER, 
107 Montgomery St.. near Bitter 



Grand Free Lecture! 

... AT... 

x»t*-a. , r , r'o xx^.xjXj, 

....ON.... 
HONBAY EVENING AUG. 10th 

A LL I>R. PAVN6.S TALK TO THE PEOPLE 
** ie baaed on the "Open Book of Katare." 
THEHn: of Ifltb LpoLum In La Belle Sao Fran- 
cisco-"SKLF-MADE MEN.'* This talk will cm- 
breoe jimt what 19 trae ©f Phrenology and Pbyol- 
OKnomy as applied to the *' human form divine," 
and Dolbloe roor->. No "tcedloul sbota" will be 
given on this occasion. Literary and illstorio 
Truth, strong on the nimble tougne, will bo tbe 
order of tbe evening Bii»f »rial> station* of tbe 
mental cbAractoris ios of LORD BACON. .1KAN 
PAUL. BYRON, POE, HUMBOLDT. DIOUEVs 
YIOTOR HUGO, PARWIN. WhBSTEK. CLAY. 
GRANT. GRfTKLEY, COMBE, eto. Dfferenoe 
between moral and menial power,— Orrat Mechan- 
ics, Great Editors, Orators, etc., eto. What mndo 
them so. 

■OrMedio.l Examination same as at home. $1 00 ; 
Aatbropoloaioal Eu.uiioa.ioce, f& W. Prices of 
Preeoriptions depend on don litloae eottt'ely. suit 



THOMAS W. BREE, 



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UANUPAUTUHER 

— AND— 

UF.FAini'.H 

—OP— 

DRUMS, BANJOS, 



otliJ B. MUSICAL INSTKUMENT" 

ESTABLISHED IN A SOS. 

i»-IdesBona Btven on the Banjo and Drnrn, »4» 
M188ION BTKKKT, between Fi ret and Sooond. 

N. B.— Kioe-toncd Silver Bolo Banjos for Pro- 
ea-ionale alwayeon hand. i«I a " 



ARION 

Pianoforte. 

DECLARED BY THE OTJUOES AT A LATH 
Fair of tb« American Inatltnte, aftflr a blind- 
fold trial agaioHt Btelnwny'a. OhlokennR.^, and 
others ' to be T1IK BEST ON EXHIBITION. «. 
GUM.'TA.Z, Hole Agrut, JBO O'Farrell street. 
N B,— Plaoosof allatyleaTO RENT. mart 




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FRONTIER a BELLEMERE, 
Manufacturing Jewellers, 

Moos Auute and SAuurto i'nttors, 

IMPORTERS OF WATOHES A FINE JEWELRY 

T«« MOMTOOMJCKY KXKKKT, 

ifH If One door north of Wsshtnfton. 



BARGAINS ! __ BARGMNS I 

ISO DOZEN HA.T8 

TO BE BOLD 

jB©1o-v^ Costl 

Within the neat thirty dais, at 

MRS. E. RECAN'S, 

jy351ai 1M THIRD BTRtKJ 



HALL'S 

\ ,L A ' 

Oa iL 

P A R 

A PR i 
R S L l 

A A . 

yellow" 

DOCK 

IODIDEofPOTASS 

THE BEST BEAUTIFIER OF THE 

o o Tjvi r»ijiH.a-a.x <->:tv 

Cores Pimples, Bolle, Blotches, Rbrra- 



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Dr. Zei!e's:New Russian.Turkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES «ND EEMTLEfflEK. 

Ko. i-'-JM <P>clfl« street. 

11HK BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Efl 
. ubliebment of tbe kind. tiToer ia Er «oa e 
Anertoa. Oouvenient and separate ap»rt".puu. 
Batbins^by litawn, by Hot Air. and by Plain or 
Medicated Watere. Suites of rooms ia he aaJavs 
building for private pmir-nt*. . 



TO LOVERS OF SONO AHO S00!»l EHJOTMIIrT 
A Seleot Frer-ii"d-K.».y m. tko 



CHARING 



4* 



SAX.OO*, 



tii\U MISSION ST., TWO DCOBS FROM 

OUU becoai., every SatnrdAy evening. Chair 
t*kenat R :»P.« .aharu. O. W. Drown, Ciialnran 
Oribbagn. Wbist. (Jbens, Billiards, every night. 
London New*. I'nocti. Or.ll "a Life. CI toper. Dart 
Doings, Oall and Figaro on fllo. The beat of Hot 



Ponches and Liqaors sorvrd 



.1 icaoi.kb. Pronator. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL IKUSEUM 

And Collego of Medicine. 

IA Mid BBADTIFUL AND IN8TRTJOT- 
l\). VW iyo obieoU I" be man. r.u.n u> tko 

PnblioDAY AND NIGH VoH^SoJ, OBLVak. 
ItlS Montgom-r street. FOR MfrN 'ial>V.fSm 
"ga-DR jortr>Arr*h diva: -t Ottici. opposl 
Mechanics' Fair. SI I Grarv slnal so 



R F 



A NEW ©JSCOVERY. 

ELIFF TO ORIPPLR8.-THF' 

_ — sreat, aucoess stterxting the 
nrwof DR. HALL'S CORN AND, 
BUN1CN ('Ul K bn* cr«nt«d con I 
sternntion amongst the c>rn doc 
torn. Tbo public no lot gor pay a targe fso 
tt.mpom ry cure, wben a Hfty-cent bottle of Dr. 
riiill f» Remedy will ftlvo Immediate relief, ni 
effect a permanent OQre for th^ worst (Jo roe and 
Ramon*, 
jot) tf 



Sat Ism and Memorial Pal 
raggiats. 



For sale by all 



J. B. OATFA A CO., 

I-raprletora, 
Cor. IrniMBC and Commercial eta. 

SOLE AGENTS FOB 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
Webfoot PHIs. Joiotf 



D 



GEORGE MAYES 

EALEB IN OYSTERS. OLAM8 
andall kindeot SHELL FISH, 



UUUsNoe. aO, 41. 48, California 
Mai%et, entranoeonOallfornla itreet- '--- 

Pnbllc or private parties and famlllM snpplied 
from 6 A.M. to 12 P. U. Lsvdlaa' and Oentlemoo'i 
Oreter Roorp open from « UK. to lit 9>.H i«27 tr 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Cor. Montgomery and Pine alroeta. 

IMMENStt VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Pnods. fine French Fanoy Articles etc, eto. A 
large stock of fine SOLID HOLD JEW ELF V 

ALHAMBnA LODGING HOUSE. 

YINRLY FUr WISHED ROOMS, 8*N- 
gle or In soitn, 

Well l*ljht«4 and Yeatllated. 
_ rjcfornitoed/loome to let. LoOrtngwIlb 
or wUhcot board. ALHAMBIU BUILDING. 
tflB Reah str-*»- *<&* ♦•* 



0«3aciy- Oet=4aa.ata.y. 

MA. MERCER, SUOOKSSOR TO O. H. 
• Meroer, Wholesale aod ltelail Car^y M*no- 
Uttnrer.GlS K^aroy strtrt aid 1«7 Second 

streM. Ssr. Francises tetr.b»sbsd^^M Orttara 
tiled Joanj eaUnt '»' • 




T JOURNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Published btwt D*» ^ the Tear br 

J". I>. B O O- -A- R i=> "CT s 

Al 

«e Merehent and SSS W«Uoft«« >ts 
Below Montgomery, San Fraoeaoo. 



VEDNE8DAY AUGCST 14, 1S72 



A "Bates*." 

In the Clerk's office aa Tincennefl, Indi- 
ana, i* filed a petition for a diToroe, on the 
ground tbit the petitioner'.- wife "baa run 
■way and gone fco Pike county." It con- 
cludes tbus : " He further Bays that he baa 
written many afieotionate letters, in which 
be baa endearored to soften her hard heart 
toward him. At one time he wrote her a 
letter, of which he here append* a copy : 

Mj dearest Harriet, why hsvs joa left mo. 

Sighing, wsepint , til tlctoe '■ 
With nan* te Uik to or caress me. 

Hj wretcueJ ftti I mnch bsmon 
Mj «;»s u-« swollen big with weeping. 

Mj dom is r*d and swollen toe, 
I hare, in ail respects, ths poorest ie*pin| 

Of any man who trlea b:s doty for to do. 

And your petitioner Bays that, in response to 
all his offers and entreaties, she baa refused 
■with scorn and contsmpt to return to his 
home. Wherefore he prays your Honor will 
hear his prayer herein, and foreYer divorce 
him from the said Harriet." The woman 
who could b» bo unappreciative as t3 desert 
such a noble character as this— who could 
torture a heart which is softer than his head 
— is unfit to lire in a country oyer which 
Victoria Wooihnll is expected to rule. She 
should at once be sent to the Cannibal 
Islauds. She would be a tough morsel on a 
toasting fork. 

Mere Tyranny. 

It isn't quits so jolly to be a policeman in 
Sin Francisco as it ustd to be. Not long 
ago a policeman was a regular swell, dressed 
in the height of fashion ; now be has to 
wear a horrid gray uniform, which burt* 
his feelings. The Police Commissioners, to 
tyranDize still farther over these unhappy 
men, have adopted a rule that they shall not 
smoke or carry canes while on dnty. It's 
no use giving a policeman a gold-headed 
Oane now ; he isn't allowed to carry it, and 
he can't take a cigar! This is terrible. 
When a policeman isn't allowed to take a 
driak, smoke a cigar or twirl a cane, what 
satisfaction can he fiad in his o3ioe? 



■The Bells that Rang Nellie a Slide." 

Words and music by Fred. Lyster. Price 4u 
cents. This charming billed has just been is- 
sued, with a cue lithographic title page, at 
Gray's Motic Store, 62} and 625 CI ay- it. o 



Iji'v-e Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeding ia the caueecf many crime*. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash* 
Ingto a treat, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
lire welt, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bccfcen, who has catered for the public since 
1513, provide* lor his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout. Salmagundi soup, game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best cop of tea In the 
city — English breakfast tea — Souchong and 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. B 



JfcLcaltii ana. Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasures in San 
Francisco. Nothing is more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giTing than a drive Into use coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of the lr own. can And one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at-the Occidental Ctzrupe stand. Frank Ron- 
ton baa there, and at his stable* 1016 Stockton 
•treet, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The mora) of the above is: 
go to Frank Bonton at the occidental Hotel 
Whan yon want a carriage. o 



Notice to Housekeepers. 

Lure your orders at the office, 128 Kearny 
-Street, the New Tork Oaxpet Renovating Co., 
where Mr. Simon Leopold Is the manager. He 
will make your carpets look as new as when 
they were first pnt down. wi;hoot taking them 
from ihs floor or removing toe furniture. Ton 
had better look to your costly carpets. * 



£ > liototrx > ax>£ilo cards. 

at ene dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
OalVery, 3* Third street between Stevenson and 
Untalan streets. x 



Altogether the Best. 

It is curious, but true, that J. A. Bhaber, 
t: - Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper thnn any other 
dealer In this city. Try him and yon will ha 
convinced. x 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a hat Is "The" Hat Store, 
64T Washington street, the second hit store be- 
low Kearny. The stock is immense, the fash- 
ions are the latent, and the pikes are the 
lowest. • 



Comic Sonar. 

So more yon need be troubled with flies. 

No more need yon use poison— 
Just buy yourself a Hoosier Trap, 
Pop go the flies in, 
Hoosier Fly Catcher Factory, 240 Sixth street, x. 



It ia Pertectly A^iCoTllsblXLSf 

How beautifully and qulckl/ they do washing 
c-t the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
betvreSajf. returned the same evening If de 
sired. x 



Sanitariam Salt Water Baths. 

O He&s !— why dont yon take Salt Water 
Baths rem. . ' Try one to-dajyai the "San- 
itarium." foot ol Powell street, North Beach. 
Only 35 cents. Steam baths 50 cents, or two 
Tarm bath tickets. Dbibcoll i Haaxar. x 



I>0 lWot Suffer from Corns. 

The nnfor... -.te sufferers from Corns , B an- 
ions. Club and iDgrowlng Kails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute. 310 Kearny street, from 1 to"_6 p.n. We 
epeak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's eaaabillty. uesersai se firm J r 



Grateful People. 
Some members of the dramatic and musi- 
cal professions are so grateful to critics who 
try to make points in their favor, who look 
over their short 'comings, and enlarge on 
their merits because they are tryiDg to 
please the public and always do their best, 
that it is •> pleasure to the critis to keep them 
before the public. There are otbere who 
are so thin-skinned, and utterly unreason- 
able that when they see anything in print 
that can possibly be eonstrned into a slight, 
thev forget everything that has been dene 
for "them. Von may have given them credit 
for their faculty of making fun and causing 
laughter, ohronicled the fact of their haviog 
drawn crowded houses in this town and the 
other, they take it as their just due. Woe 
unto you, if you should write a paragraph 
in which the style of Fechter, Charles Mat- 
thews or any other famous actor is spoken 
of as being better than that of these popu- 
lar favorites. Th*y consider themselves 
equal to any actors on the stage, and expect 
always to be so spoken of. Some of them 
even say of the critlo "if he can't praise me 
(always), I don't want him to mention me 
at all." Who can blame thecritio if he, 
irritated ftt this return for many kindly con- 
8id Tftte notes, takes the ^reasonable pro- 
fessions! at his word, and carefully avoids 
ever after mentioning his name, unless 
when absolutely necessary ? 

Virtooa* Indignation. 

The Chronicle of Sunday devotee nearly 
a column of its s iace to scarifying Hiss 
Prances Hose McKinAey'a erotic work enti- 
tled " Psyohe to the Nineteeth Century, a 
Chant of Love and Freedom." We have 
not read the pamphlet in question bat are 
willing to take it for granted that it i3 high- 
ly improper. What amuses us is the Chron- 
icle's denouncing it as "dangerous to the 
community." In the very next column to 
this indignant protest of the virtuous Chron- 
icle appear a number of "Personals," which 
are, of oourae, in that paper's opinion harm- 
less and useful and certainly not "danger- 
ous to the community." Here is one o* 
them: 

SAY. YOU HANDSOME MALE GALLANT, 
with B16 red dorg and loreli mustache— 
I're looked for tSee far loag weary daj s, 1 love you 

oh. eo dear '. 
Ob. why did rou git up and dost, and walk off on 

yonrear* 
Ohori-oua— Oh, it's hard to love 1 It's bard to love . 
You make me feel bo Queer; 
wcjD'tiiDBmooD "Karny" alrest. 
You swell beat, do your bear '■ 

Blue Velvet Dbess and 
(JAMBL HaXb Shawl. 

The Chronicle deserves much oredit for 
its endeavors to sustain the moral tone of 
the community by warning the public 
against Miss Merlin ley and— publishing 
the ' business ad verbis entente" of 



Certainly. 

The editor of the Ban Jose Mercury, wh o 
has been abusing Pigako in such a shame- 
ful manner for saying Lhat there is^not much 
appreciation of Music and the Drama in Ban 
Jose, in Tuesday's issue of his paper, urges 
the public to go and hear the operetta of 
"Liila" sung by children. He says: 

Our children can sing, and for our part 
we bad rather hear their young voices than 
all the prima donnas in the universe. It 
mav be something to be able to boast of 
having beard Nilsson, Patti or Kellogg, 
but for real downright enjoyment, give ns 
just such an entertainment as we will have 
to-night. 

Thafsright. Everyone has a right to 
please his own taste. No doubt when Miss 
Anna Mehlig gives her concert the editor of 
the Mercury will say " It may be something 
to be able to boast of having heard Mehlig, 
bnt for real downright enjoyment give us a 
good hand organ." 

The Difference. 

Please illustrate the difference between f ft 
blunder and a mistake. Certainly: when 
a man on leaving a social party takes a poor 
hat in place of his own good ene, he makes 
a blunder; but when he takes a good hat in 
place of his own poor one, he makes a mis- 
take. 



A Free Count-**". Forsooth. 

Shall we never see the end of the vile 
despotism of our oourt ? The latest case of 
infraction of our dearest rights has occured 
in a Pittsburgh court, where a man 
was sent to prison for three months. 
AU he had been guilty of was 
loading bis wife with a forty pound 
chain, burning her mouth with ft red-hot 
poker, and trying to cut off her ears wish ft 
knife which he used for cutting fish bait. 
If such outrages as this can be perpetrated 
with impunity by our oonrta, of what avail 
ia it that our forefathers were shot at Ger- 
mantown, butchered at Groton, and starved 
at YaUe y Forge ? __ 

An Elect 1c Freak* 

Rhode Island was struck by lightning the 
other day, and the thunderbolt never 
grazed any of the adj scent -States. Where 
is the marksmen who can beat that for 

sharp-Bhooting? 

. •». _ 

St.-pnen Maaetl 

Has just written a splendid song and chorus, 
pric±35 cents. It has been issued with a fine 
title rage by M. Gray, 623 and 625 C.ay-st. o 



Dr. Doherty 

Fa* devoted his study more particularly to 
ebionlc and specific practice, and as snch Is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
Sin Franolsoo. Office 51& Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. r 

An Old Landmark. 

The Tersndah Cigar Store, at the 5.E. corner 
A 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. b 



Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Oentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7J», at his 
Hygeian Hall, 637 California st, and examines 
patients phrenological! j as to health. The best 
met cheapest place In California for a sick per- 
-oo to a^t well. Q 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS" 



■ran 



H3&H1 aaVK-HKOH 

'je)JOd pue s|V M8!|Sua 

— ost — 

sjeSjQ 'sjonbn 'ssinu, aoroqg 

_ 
'199J4S no^SfftTrsB^ gig 

AIOOIVS OIINS 
S.HTIIIVa' 



MONEY TO LOAN, 

At 9 per Cent., on 

CITY REAL ESTATE SECURITY 

FROM A2TD AFTER THIS DATE, BT 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan 

SOCIETY. 

EDW. MABTTX, Secretary. 
Sam FbakctsCO, August W, 1872. 4nl2 3t 



Do Ton Know 

That with BurxzBxox'a Patzebhs yon can ont 
and make any garment to fit perfectly T Send 
postage etamp for an illustrated oatalogne. H. 
1, Dealing, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
2acfcice , Kb . 113 Kearny street, between Butt 5 
and Fost, San Francisco. ♦ 

5 »°» ^ iM tt ? 1 vif < ^ s ' r . I Neumann's Slilk Culture, 

At all prices, att he vviiat Cheer Lannory. • ) 

EXHIBITION, 



The Greatest Curiosity 

Ever exhibited to be seen at 



Hair Jewelry made to Order, 
H, A. Callender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 6! 
3eoond street, San Francisco. © 



slcDewelU Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. S.E. corner 
Montgomery and Sacramento streets. o 



Oyster Tr»a<le. 

The oyster trade in Oalifornia is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Ccrvllle. of the 
S*ddle Boek, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
Ed own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
ay store to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
{Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
baa extended all over ths continent, and the 

6addle Book" ia known everywhere. q 



CujavoTAirr.— Madame Clara intonla, the 
oliiTToyant, Independent Traces Medinm. 
Office, 426 Kearny Street. ComulUtltns a) 
English, French and German. q 

IX Yon 'Wsvnx 

Xonr Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
tot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Lann 

dry. ^^___ x 

To Those wkao -A.ro Bald, 

Do not fail io call at 218 Bush street (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Pro! Hayden's Hair Beetorative. t 



bever Buckle suspnnders, 

At $1 per pair— 35 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

Best cjuaiity or XJoar«»kcin 

Driving gloves, at |2 per pair.'at the What 
Ohoer Laundrr x 

SewHae Machine i for Sale or to Remt, 
Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 



7S3 Market street, Bancroft's Building 

ADMISSION TWHSTTy-FIYE CENTS 

Open every day from 10 a at. to 10 p.m. aoS 



FRENCH HUTIML PROVIDENT 

Sayings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

W9~ A. Dividend of Nine per cent, per 

isaam cet (9 per cant.) upon t ie operations of the 
trench Saviofe and Loan ftociety for the six 
month* ending June 29ib, 1872, has, in conformity 
with the report of the Committee of Verification 
appointed by the members of the Socieiy, been 
declared by the Board of Administration, at the 
Semi-Annual Meeting htld on thn 16th met. This 
dividend will be payable on and after the 18th ioat. 
at the office of the Society. 411 Bnsh street. 
GUS1TAYE MAHE, 
j;30 lot Director of rrenoh Savings Bank. 



The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Loute, 

X3r. 3F»^.TTP«irE3 

IS HOW AT BOS PBIVATB PARLORS 81 
sad 38 Bns) Uooae, ready to wait on Gentle- 
men, Lectures at Mercantile Library Mall again 
next week. j;3l lot 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR 60C1ETTK3, ArTZ> THE PSO- 
fassBOB generally.— The nsderahraed begs ta 
inform all ia need of PLAT BOOKS and 8TAN- 
"■ MAS that hi ' 
>nbUeatioas t 
tea. Addreae 
rtD.E. Appl 
_ i oar/ street, i 

mmtm 



the Latest Publication! from i 

Kuctish Houses. Addreessll orders to R. M. ED- 
WARDS (late D. E, Apple ton A Oo'a), &OS sad 
51© Montgo 3iary etrset. Ban F r aacisoo, 



10,000 Useful Articles 

OTT~Fi-A-F.fci.fc-t. 

TBA-V A.T ANT OTHEB STORE, 
.....X... / 

YAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 



It! ens' Clothings 



XBA.N AT AJf-f OIHIE STORE, 
LT 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

(EAFtNYSTREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT KIND OF 



Housekeeping Goods, 



THAN AT AJTY" OTHEB STOKE, 
....ar.... 

VAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles. 

C}~IEAF£i~~l3 

THAN AT AST OTBIK STOKE, 

BB "....at.... 9Kj 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

Kkm STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 

OECEa PBXl 

THAN AT AJTT OTHEB STOBE, 
...^LT.... 

TAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARKY STREET, OPPOSITE PIARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

CHEAPER 
THAN AT ANY OTHBB STOBE, 

A.T 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS ol EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAN AT AST OTHBB STOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



SEAR 



HT BTRiET OWJtlTC PUUA 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACIFIC STONE COMPANY CALL 
the espeoial attention of Architects, Engin- 
eers, and the pnbHe ia general, to the STJPERIOB 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manufactured 
by them In tbisoitr under the Banaosie Patents. 
They make to order and keep in stock: 
Solldlng Fronts. Water Pipe, 

Sink*, Monuments, Fountains, 

• Tiles, Copings for Walla, 

Falters, etc. etc. 

Together with Ban-EOme's oetebrated Free-Qrit 

Grindatonea, allot which ws goarantes superior, 

and at a price far below that of bind-out work. 

sftsr-The attention of priTSts parties intending to 
build is respectfully solicited. 
Office, No. IO BOSH STREET, Bin Francises. 

THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERSI 
FOAMINSSURFI MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

iPFETIZIKG BREAKFASTS, LVBCEB 
DINUEBS AtfD SUPFEE8. 

Bine totjk tram 

BEKO TO UK FAHILT: 

JJRISG TOXTB I.ADT FBIEKM 
And enjoy ft Tiew of the F IKEbT OCEAN PA170 
KAMA IN THE WORLD, ftll in aunt at 

the world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With ft fleet o whitw-wuued mefteenewn enliilftjl 
from every part of the oonuneroiftl world. 

•V New Line BueBM, connecting with Strftftt 
O&re at Lone Mountain every 15 minntee hereftftev 
fortbBOIiff Honte. Fftre 25 oenu. 

CALIFORNIAJESTflURART 

NOS. «10 f «51tt AND »-14 MOST- 
gomeir street, near Morchani.— 
Ladies' Saloon connected with the Sn> 
tanrant. 

Bill ot Fare. 

lee Cream or Coffee FKFE «• 
any person Spendlag S&c 

Seap. with Fish or Brosats. 15o : 

Two Eggt ISe ! 

Three Kggs 80)e 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee '..Isa 

StsakB or Chops, with Tea or Goffer. . .15o 

Sirloin Steak, do 2&o 

Fresh Oyatefs. Haw or Stewed. Toe 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer 16o 

Bottleof Claret Wine 15o 

Pies, Pndding or Cake So 

Oat ileal, Mush *r Oraoked Wheat.... 60 
Coffee. Tsa, Chocolate, or a Glace of 

White or Claret Wine 5o 

del-t t JOHN REGAN. Proprietes, 




NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB,... 

PIANOFOETSMid SINGING. 

MONS. ALFXANDiR WOLOW5KL THK 
well baown Pi-nist and Vooalis^ has the 
honor to inform bis frieuda and the pablio of Ban 
Francisco that he opens oonrses foi Piano and 
Sieging, by his entirely new aod simpLned sja- 



tem, the shortest in fxiateoee — reading Mueio«t 
eight, accompanimenta of en. e->ng br s new 
march of bormony, SB well as 'he most thoronglt 



koowledga of time, by Mobs. Wolowski'B new ia- 
veotioo, which bas created a gieat ^ecaatlon ia 
the masioal nor'd. L.diea and genr emen deei- 
roo.3 10 beoflme fine bingcra or ex'-el est perforn- 
e-s can leave th»ir orders at the Piano Wareroone 
of WU BADGER, No lfl SsoB-me street; or, at 
MouB. W.'s residence, No. 49 c Suitor street, 
jy 3Ulw 



VERY HANDJfJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AH 

Mission street oars take yon to Ne>. S Seeoaha 
street. Kearny. Saitsr, and Central oars take 
you to 1 *4 Keurny street 

Our Txxco Stores, 

Wbere yon oan be sopplled with SHIRTS sad 
kinds of FURNISHING O00OS and TOUiB 
ARTICLES at prices lower than most stores sa 
afford to sell them for. 
He"* Call and satisfy yourselves. 

UKJSEDICT A OO. 



PURE WATER. 



CALIFORNIA 

Porous Stone Filter, 

FOR HOUSEHOLD OB MAWUFACrrTJRrrTG 
parooBFB Hote's, Kes aaranis. DisUUeriss. 
Druggists. Hospitals, Pablio Insrimtions, end sift 
purposes where Pars W&-er >a iod'sp-ns^bls. 

Tbe makers of th. s Filtar claim its •Dp-erlortw 
orsrail other* in the applioatioa of bTONK as • 
FILiKRING MEDIUM, bt>iog the only true aod 
natural method.. 

This Finer is readily attached o all faaoets im 
oommon ns^, sad belie r^vers>bie Is 9 ■If-oleinine. 
Iris HIGHLY tNDORS D Bi THE MEDI- 
CAL FACULTY. Oiilandat-e it In operation at 
the Depot, No. 808 Market street. 

ALFRED ULAkK-E, Sole Agent, 

■sr-Prios $3 50 each. A liberal disooont to dsai- 
ers. anS lw 







EXTRA QOALITV 

BOOTS and SHOES 



OH H4RD »nd n 
to ORDKa, 



L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Eearoy streei. 



RACINE HOUSE. 



No. 



10S3 Kearny »*%• 

SAW FRANOT80O. 



THE ABOVE HGUSE IS CONVENIENT^ 
to all the steamboat landings, baeineastj 
portion of the city, and tbe priDoipal places ■ 
of amnaement. Best of aocommaaationB at - ™ 
lowest prices Restaurant attached to the ho 1 
wbere tbe best of board oan be had on the rest 
rantplsn, OPRN ALL N1QHT. 
joM ion J. BlOKERSTaFF. Proprietor. 



OO TO 

TO LAN'S 

FOR YOUR 

BOOTS AN1> SHOES. 

Tm ... Saw. f^om «• C»». t. Tkr«. 

Bclluri on every pair y«« law*. 

NOIiABr, 

11 Third afreet, near Mftrker. 

«V-Look ont for the BIO BOOT. »»» ll. 



L 



J. CORIW, TRUNK MAKER, 

[TAB BKUOVKD FBOM OORNKB OFgOMJ- 

MO™TO<55i«liT8?SST. brtwwn Fu>f,M. 
Ro.b. m>»""t» t o» H»«» Horn. ftp! I» 

DASHAWAY STABLES, 

Ild POST BT, BBT. KBABKT — 
L& aad -DnpooU — Bockftwij. and 



1 1W UQ lin]WUU-(H.M"«. mun 

BontiM on the mow! rwafloaftbU toraft. 
LftdiM' ftod OooUemeB'ft BftddU He t ft — 



ftlwftr* en band 
-taBoailal 



Pftrtionla !»U«rrtie 



|fr»tl i ;J 




raajaenoo, wrDiooiT, Arorrr it. im. 



MONTGOMERY'S 
HOTEL, 



»4. XVI. ■«. »„. 



■•* it 
•• uavtaB. w* |IM|I 



:i 



IORTICULTURAL 



WW ALMABBEA TMMaTBb. 

* (WfflMI 



'LORAL FAIR! 

lorticultural Society 

OP CALIFORNIA, 

: id •« nu i r r«» sr« asp ua4But 

WHM or — 
TOCKTON AND POST STREETS 

I • < • ii r*, | il fire. 



nnxT TTci 



Maguire's Califoraia Minstrels! 



Tlio JHLnmXojr Bana or tlxo ^T^orlca 



THIS KVEKIKO 

STISY ITniU DfE.EO 




i «■ i-niliunrnt 






■ * •• •« r-. i* 

.* C«tlf.r«l«. 

est Hall ia the United Slates 1 

t*aa Th«r«daj . 4u«-u«l IM 

M mini. •■ tin 



•r- r>- »-.v.-. .< wiMWl m MmM >• au, 

Im re- i» MX mm uuHim irAWiiM rrer M 

k «•§ VMM. mm! ••! H 'i i Iii i • m am e*vel ■< 
MMMh<H OM 

n.uoo in caih premiums 

w ..,-v » •HMhBiii'k<tn?iiri(riiiht 

la> aW-Ueaai.rat f ial.Mla.a WJttitT ef S.r vaf]4 »A* 
1,11111 I. 

Grand Concert 

i »rJirlrmil<ll»N>Mi OOKMIPTkffCTLOrrg 
tAaweraeeal ;.pV,»r HHOU .iK.'UL«nn, .•■rrlmi 
1 ria.aliea. bu km MMtei>e4 to 



i •* r* v it*»4 "*t 



»f n. ru». i» ppau ■ 

VM» 






• ALl t|v-r> . Dm >k>lnl rati «. 



•■ ■ *■ llAl.iruB.IA MI!I«TH«1 . 

■<m woKII 
'ii 1 1> ii»i «» 
owabi.- 

■ UUIIJ. 
rtmr nm.1. 

n. Aln.lryKrott & lairnlrVsCiilirornU Mfn«.rr>|. 



Port "iMMiiil '>llo. 

Seiator Hart on Political Situations 



IDElI-aEIHAJCNJT'y rib HBNGH.ER. ! 

I?? THEIR 0*1(11* AL R )H'» A WD D.WOB 



TKE. 


X>3ESjAlX> X3EATS 


THE GREAT 


COOL BURCE8S IN HIS ALBUM OF FUN 




Th* whole to eoncluda with Rrm*n'« Original Skvtob entitled 



• *>• Tlr.»u. radaaltlleMj Oat* flritilfaa* 

< :mIII|m« f>w prini 

• «* T>»»- • . im «iim« o«- JmvtAH* ■■- 



• *»• ■ - ■ » 

taj-lla lea 

k Stifr I 1 T**r* 
lr*1B*«- * " H'l" ' r«r» ■ 

a tnr of l • M»- 



1 *»• 

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r* "<*••••*•»> a t*4»»*4 IT'I* »ot .-.: tit H*-u*r>. al tba 

■' -*«, -* •* *• f •' i** P'UJ**»; SMS, M Mi* otbrni al0T«i 


**>-■** - • !».* «e1*m <»t3*f-4 b, ib»Tr**»nr f r. 

M A M A O K B • i 
IV BOLANOER, I I I. RHMPR, 

wii.LUM M-YER. 
I T. wkihKSBOR.i. 

a sosTIha> I r. luuksman. 

EQRriT T. BCTOK, Trt...rrr. 



HOW THINGS DOT MIXED! 



TOBY-A ".met 

.".RL-A Y ft on«iild M»o.- 
MahY Jane-Ad dm Hud 



..ADDRYMAN|OBNIVY-Ao Iri.li Btmil. 
BOB UARri BloDY-Meil Aarlhinc .... 



8AM RIOKBY 

T. HSNGLKK 

...M»S FAIf»V GIBSON 



MONO AY EVENING A .gnat 19lh— Flrel Appearance of 

W. F. BAKER, tho Oalebnted Teoar. Q. D. ROCKEFELLER, the Celebrated Alio, Anil 

I. M CAN DREWS, the Great and Original Plantation Darkey. 



DEM rmc i.f. 

OKI II E*TKA I II 111 

rnuriT 



PKICES Or ADMISSION 



om noi.i All 

...j. FIFTY t.'KXTN 

...TWBITY.FIYK OESTN 



%T All BUI* egalnirt the Alhmn-b™ Tbeatre nmflt be presented heroafter on HoDder. 
ToePLano uod If from the bona* of Kouler. CbAM A Co., S8S OUT street. AEenti fox the celebrated Ohlokertni PUno 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



****** * , »"^' ■ l\i-*w*mr 

A Great Variety Show K»r.ry M K M ! 



OPERA BOTjrrE BURLESQDKI. 

mmiatur. keoro acti, 

APT* —- 

IjXOITIMATX DrtAMA 

THI» EVENING ADODIT 14 

•ATA. •plondlct Progr 



TUB ASKAATIONAI. PI. AY 01 

THE MURDER OF THE KLU KLUX KLIHI 



•roaixxrj MATrixi.s. 

OOOIIjIj nnd OOOFHR 

IF 

"BARltHC M BNOMETTf. ' "10NI OF NIC03EMUI," [Tl 



■U< Kay Lsroy, the Popular Oamenu. 



OBBAT BIT OF 



THE MURDER 



Xi\x-XSLlxx: 



K-lan 



Monro* Harry- Howtri. 

Braod Pr*(iOo*p** 

Unal* B*rj Harry D**o* 

Andy Mr, B**t*ll 

Walla©* (laorfp Poatf* 

Jim Ob.ri.t OottlU 

AlllO* May L-roy 

Koala Lo olaa ISara tatti 

Lena Faoay W*b***r 

A not Mary Jaaai Foa 



IN PRBPARATION- 



The Six Fast Women of San Francisco 



THEl ESOAJPED JNTETjNT. 



AVDMUHION »S OeaAa 

Ratrecee to PrtT»t« Boxei on Batter street. 



T«t MODEL I.OIWIIO HOl'irJt. 



AC.FIC HOUSE, 

LYWPIC HOUSE, 



<-«r nf <«t«aa*i-vlff,l | 
I,lfd«a4ora' n». 



IVIagary A Go., successors to Harvey M. Lockwood & Go. 

BPI.BNIIID ASSORTMBMT OF 

, ^ I GJents', Boys' and CMldren's Clothing and Famishing Goods, jnst ArrlTed 

TON A OOTR.I.U I »OHI5 PBIOB. »To. »81 KMIIM 8TBF.ET, I1R.TWF.F.N BOTH All ■TJTTBBl. 



BALDWIN'S 

DAIRY BUTTER 

arNon* (aoalaa anlo<0 oroourvl from thn Boi* 
Axaot, N B. TKKWtLLIOftK, Htalln SO aod 41 
W ahiontoo Marital.. L K BALDWIN. 



VIAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE 

:his evening 



AUQTJST 14 



1008 PRESIDENTIAL 

lass Conveationl 

IMMENSE EXCITEMENT! 

\um\ of the CometJ 

HEADQUARTERS 



GEORGE FRANCIS 



rhe People's Candidate 



Complimentary Concert 

TO BIQirOBINA 

ADBLINA SPBBAHIA 

PKIMA DOHS1 SOPRANO, 

AT PXiATT'S KAEiIi 

o. 

THURSDAY EVENING.. AUGUST 15 

UNDEB DIRECTION OE 

SIGNOB DOMENICO 8PEBANZA. 



First Public Appearance In this city of 

Signora Assunta Speranza, 

PRIMA DONNA OONTBADTO. 



ft RON ON THE 8AVING8 BANKS 
I A Ran on the Sayings Banks I 



X ZLaeottXare. 



Something About Woman Suffrage! 

fHIUIOV , «• aid SS OBNTS 

SS**Ha dhargi tot iMtrrcd aeati. 



PROGRAMME-PART FIRST. 

L OVHRTURK— Aro'do Vkbdi 

2. OAVATINA DI KOfllNA— II Barbisre ROBBIMI 

eUffnorlnu Adelliii* MperiaiiKii. 
3 PAOB KOUkKK, OAPITaIN tt-Bar.tooe B»1U'!,,Mkmbbkk 
Mr. I. qii|. Dnihe/.. t 

4. LA MANDOLIKITA BALADrLHE 

Arranged lor Oo<tar, aod prodooad forth* Urat tima by 
Mr. At. if. Ferrer. 

i. BEOITATIVO-Aria • prat. Ooro Keittro RoeatNl 

N'sn-rit Aaannta Npfriiny.ii, 

AND PUPILS OF THE ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTITUTE. 

Part Second. 

I. B INF ONI A -Norma BKU.1H1 

8. OUAND ARIA-BaatrioodiTanda BeixINI 

Nlvnoria Atlelln* hpirarjua, 
ANDPCflbS ITALIAN MU6IUAL INSTITUTE. 

3 BOMANZa— Ann* Boloyn Donizictti 

Slffaora Atlanta Hperunrit, 

4. MELODIA-Mitrib* FLOTOW 

Oaja Annonioaaooompanada 00a Oallar, 
■Itnor Ptarcdea n«i(l Mr. M. V. Ferrer. 

5. GRAND DUO-Homlramld* HOfkilNl 

■Icaaria and MnD»rliia Speraazfa. 

6. OHORO OF THE PILOR1M6— Lombardi VEBDI 

C« lldrea, JLaullea aad OentleaaeD, 

7. EL BESITO— Oanoion Aapnlitatia (In Oo9tama)..SABUlEirro 

Slunorlota AdellD» ■ perauiBik. 

TICK.BTS ONE UOLLAR 

B«aU oid ba rfaarrad at Hall on day of Oonoert without *ztTa 
oh»TKc Tiakataforiala at the Italian Moaloal Initnute. iTi)7 
Powoll atraat. aod at all ma«to atorta. Oonoert oommaaoea at 8 



riONSlBJB SIIOK MANlTAtrrOKV. 




ST^amM* SLBOAUT CUSTOM WORK 1ST T«SiOITT 
a«d axaaala* foada and ariwa. BEERS A MAYN ARD 
•OB K*arMriTA*Vo*i*4oora<niUiof Bnata. 



ATTEHTION ! 
ATTENTION 

ATTENTION! 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 

AT TBE^ 

GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 

OF 

G. ABRAHAM 

27, 33 and 35 Second-st., 

AS THE FOULOWIMO LIST OF PSIOS3 WILL FBOVBC 

Fine Beaver Frock Salte from 9A0 to S.>0 

Fine Ueiiv^r 8iuk Salt* frum 80 to AO 

Fine OiiMlmere Suite from *A to SS 

line BeaTer FaaU Ire. lO to IS 

Fine CDHlntre Piwti from 1 to to 

Fine Velvet Ve«t, rrom. S to 1» 

Floe Silk Oaaalaaerej Veete T to t» 

■ar-BEUEHBBR THESE GARMENKi ABB ALL MADS 
TO ORDER IM AlfY STYLE TO SUIT THE P0ROHASEB 
AND A PERFECT FIT OUABANTEED, OB NO SALE. 
LO JK OOT FOR 70UB OWN IHl'BRESTB. AND ALSO 
FOB THE BIO SIGN OF 

G. ABRAHAM, 

27, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



av- ALSO, THE LABOBST STSOE OF BEADT-HADB 
OLOTHINO AND GENTS' FDBMISHINO 0O0D1 IN THE 
OITT, AT EQUALLY LOW PBIOES. 

C ABRAHAM, 

33 and 36 Second street. 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 




AWARDED 15 PREMIUMS 

AT THE VARIOUS FAIRS, 

For the Superiority Over all Others, 

FOR SALB WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT rHE OLD 
■xt«t>liebra-nt, l*e> LaMeedorff alrftet, erfeerta Wb. 
Ohear HoaM, aad at 

SQUABZA'S BRANCH 

ail KXAJUlY BTBEET, BETWEEN PTHB AND BUIS. 



1 -F* I G- -A- FL O ." 

rHB JOPB HAL OF ill PBEMIHTg. 

:p_ BOO^-m :> ' crs 

mrowwoAt ■ . .. .T- AnonBT_i4.' urn 
AMUSEMENTS. Et*. 

M«crop» ,ltjm Theatr*. 

Tbarewlll Ica^ e*4» "*'iuee p*»formaoce to- 
dar and Miss Ada Gray *.H appear in "Woman: 
bl ,Obinn.. b*r 6tic» and *« follies." Ttla 
actress ii DltSral tod pUes'nt e»sa »a »*>• oneeto- 
nl obuK"r cf Lccit-da Doworiibt; W. Stssnse 
Dod. i put l« "H* bim ialh»Boo.To»WB» O. 
Y*al snd c«"i mnch amusement, »nd M'M 
Mini* Mco* Is the life of erery ■«•»• iD wh,oh 
taeeppssn. This play will be pi.rfon.ed for the 
| U ( time to-nighU wneo Miss Ada Gray w II uko 
btr fsreesl) binifit ud «lo*e bar brief Dot iao- 
«M«falar,rnsm*nl. "Hompiy Domotr" is to be 
predated lo-morrow ntirbt. when .11 San Francisco 
will o*.iegs lb* Metropolitan Thealreand try to 
1 1 : id. 
Alhimbra Tb»»tr*. 

It wenld be »t« dm iodeed if to s .beatr- were 
sot crowded, eoniiderfni tbe admirable perform- 
ance sjirss nightly by Maguire's California Mto- 
■trels All tbe-e artines are nr.tclaae, and all 
ocl ring In thair efforts topleiee the public. Oool 
Bargsis if natti let eff ocderthree eocorea, and 
bu to do on wond«r!olly fro Uf one song and 
daoce, "NlccdcmuB JobnroD," eters nlfbU Dsle- 
banty and Htngler are recalled again and again, 
ted have made a bit in "Walking i" tbe Star- 
per" Bob Hart ie»©apital act w. and tbe most 
dryly tumorous of elomp sptakera. 8am Rickey 
:o ecn^a, negro acta and dances is capital, tni 
Charles So I ton in tolh hrat pari and interlude 
rtfi geneieJ talnl»'.l Ufa 
Bella V Dion. 

Among tbe many attractive tenures of Ite pro- 
ritmme for to-ntgbt mar be mentioned tbe doa- 
ble song and lance by Mies Marie Zcel end Miss 
JoetpBine; Hits Ida Fisk'e balladB. Mies Jennie 
Jonnton'e eerlo-ccmlo iorg*: Ibe Beycolde Bro- 
Iters" pretty and ,ire1y song atd dance, "Pretty 
Black-eyed Kitts:" tbe extraYsgaraa of Madam 
Da mi line, and tbe me'odfama entitled, "The 
Dice of Dfatb:"JobnnyTner?, H:rrr Sinclair, Mr 
and aire. Charlea GorifJU and many other* appesi 
nightly. 

American Theatre. ---*.*.- g» 

"IheMnrder cf ihsKo. Kloi Klan" fits proved 
tnefi a hit that it mil ii-jbab? be tetained on ths 
tae boards tor many ciahts to come. A fire t part 
and interlude of songs aod dance* and the drama 
of "The Drunkard" an alio given. "The Six Pent 
Women of San Francisco and the Escaped Nan' 
is the tiUeot ft play * o be produced energy. 
7Isfinir«*a Opera Hoaie. 

Ttie Opera Bonte wee well filled las! night. 
George Francis Ttain met with a heut; greeting 
on mekinc bla appearance and at onoe plonged 
into an aoconnt of bie 1r»»t'.p tnl advent ares sinoe 
be lut app*ared in Bin Fracoisco. For ttro hoors 
re kcjt hie audience amo^d by a disconr e in 
which be loncbed on every imaginable enbjeot 
and treated each in a manner ptcoliar to him- 
self. Aamlaaee and langbter frequently iour- 
mpted Iheepeaker, Suring a moment when the 
aodienoe became onnroally entbnaiastlc, Mr. 
7 raj: took tee * to te of the house on bis Fresiden- 
tin] aeptralkOEB and waa nominated for next Preai- 
dectof tbe United States without a dra ntienl 
voice. He -cr ill Uctoreat the same place this eve- 
cog, when I « will probably eay someiiiog about 
tts Vigiiioce Oomm tt?e whlifc be is dele:mined 
to :D!tito'e BelbTe nwliaVen, 
Pacific Hall. 

Tbe tb rd orcheBtial concert, ender the man- 
gementof Lonie Sclmldt end Oecar Weil, was as 
great a encc'ftae farae tbe mune was concerned 
aa the two preceedio* osee. Vr. Vernon Linccln 
rae a floe tenor voice, an admiiableetyle of eing- 
tg. aid a capital stage appearance. His voice has 
tte eweetnfje which characterized that of Armu 
Beaumont and cooeiderably more power. His 
voice isveiyg&cd in the middle ^nd lower regie- 
lerr, and potiesees a eymp%tbetic qoatitywbioh 
will make mm a copul r favorite. The ioBtrumea- 
tsJ ycrtion cf the terfsrmaute was very floe, the 
episode fiom Ttfrnbtneer bt-mK (epeeislly well 
played. Trie expeeeeot tbe*e cocc-rtBleso great, 
that unless tbe ht 11 is crowded they entail a lose 
or tbe management. We bone that the next wilt 
be so well attended that the management willte 
at least rt-stnbarn d. 
Mi«i Anna Mobile;* 

A gta-id m&ineepiacoforte lecital will tf given 
en Vatord.y nj Miss Anna Meh II g. San Francisco 
may (e«l proud of having retained tbe pxetUlOfl of 
this dietingutabed pl»nisto #9 l»ng. Every con- 
cert baa been well attended, and tbematneeoa 
Batnrdaj will be no exception to tbe rule. A pro- 
gramme of n_c no'Leotior.e from t :e wo.ke of gcod 
maetere appears on our ttist pate. Seat e may be 
secured on F'rtday at Gray'e mneic store without 
extra charge. 
Tony Denier. 

TfciB famous clown baa been stopping qoietly in 
this city for several weeks, superintending tbe 
preparations making for the production of tbe 
grea' psut jmirae, "Hum ply Dnmpty," at the Met- 
ropohun Theatre. Tte company and oeatumea 
arr.ved jes!erday by tbe Panama steamer, sod tbe 
pantomime will be produced le-morrow evening 
with ail its originU tricks and proper lea, witb tbe 
following leading cast: Oown, Teny Denier; 
Pantaloon, Joe. M. Sloan; Berleq 110, A. W. UafSn; 
Oolombtnc, M'lte Linda de Bobne. In January, 
2h70, when Tony D-oler waa c'oirn In the Crystal 
1'alace Pantomime, London, Fu.cb e-idorssd him 
is the fell jwingeompiimcniary manner. 

■avuvTi Ltriim. ,, -Dciigr,ud Pooeh beg* to 
express his gr»a*. pereonti obiira'tioas to Tony 
Denier, the clo»n la tbe Or>sial P.lace Panto- 
mime. Mr. Denier has given Mr t'ouoD a kind of 
rare nteaiare which M». Punch, as so ancient 
paterf»oi>t>a*, rathar " bla»e " to Obn-tmip jant(- 
elitgsar.d jollifltiucns gene-ally, whether in tbe 
rtapiol ■- kc « or trsnslofniaf aa teen*; pud- 
dings or pa •mime, did coitaiukit w*o in uhiisu 
mae clowotov to gi** him. 
TbeOrystil faUee • lown 'snot only a vary eur- 

Kr.e'ug leapir acd an cxce ; lent iamb er— his tumb- 
tg having, ae all g^od clowns' inmbimg sconld 
tavo. homor, ohsia,l«r and meanioc in it— bat be 
udsrvtands tost ciowa is a g-eat acting tart, acd 
no acts it *e Mr. Ptmob baa not seen It acloJ •■noe 
bis dear old friend Joey Grimaldi »a« permanontly 
encaaad 1>ir the great Olympic oen'omime, vies 
Momus, diteharsyd. Tony Denier makes out by 
far tbemouamieing ec.nesof the UarIrQulu*de. 
witbout one of tbi?n eiliy flip-flADor box t'io-e, 
wbiob are to deadly duU.wutirely out of tbe clow .'» 
c;^pat>on-ot shop-lifimgard love-makio<: and 
5l»V,!!!!*f*^? * il V Dttmo ''. M-Tiifleance and a 
' by Lhemsel;e<. wood 



Woodward's Garden*. 

ffTteae biautiful gardens ar* open dally, and 

«>owds visit tbem to enjor 'j^ sumero us attrac- 
tions of the seal pond, t^a menegerle. 'mcsBom 
skating pavilion, etc The Buistay Family will 
make their last lsro«pp<araneae on Saturday and 
Bandar. Last (.rand Skating Carnival. Saturday 
evening. 

Axatokjoal Mrtxckx.— One o( the m<»t 

somplsle «>lle«Uona ol the kind in the OnJtad 
BUtaa, comprising hundreds of ooatly and beau- 
ilfoj wax models. Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
snly) at the Museum on Montgomery etreet. An 
hour may be profitably spent here. 



It Won't Work. 

A lady in Dayton, Ohio, was bitten on 
the leg by a rattlesnake, as she supposed. 
After drinking a large quantity of alcohol 
in the absence of whiaky, to counteract the 
effect of the poison, it waa found that the 
the cause of tbe trouble was a b«rrel-hoop 
she had Btepped on, and which, in flying up 
had struck her aofficiently hard to draw 
blood. Now women in this neighborhood 
mnti'nt try the rattlesnake dodge when 
thay want to go on ft drunk. It may do for 
the country but it's ft little too thin to work 
well with the masculine portion of the com- 
munity. They've had to make too many ex- 
cuses themseves for that sort of thing to be 
easily taken in. 

Sharp Child. 

A New Orleans mother was recently ques- 
tioning her little girl in geography as fol- 
lows: -'Who first went through the Straits 
of Magellan?" Daisy qoickly answered, 
"Magellan with his Equadron." "What do 
you nodeiBtand by his equadron Daisy?" 
The question was not in the book, but Daisy 
was ready for the emergency. ,r 0h, I know; 
it's one of those women that ain't quite 
white." 

Amnsernente in San Jose. 

Bax Jose, August 12th. 
Twenty-two persons were sentenced in the 
Police Court to-day. most of them for being 
drunk.— Telegraphic Dispatch. 



A WIFE'S VICTOBY. 

•■Well, he'e gone ! Io a wgc-pnt on the wrong 
bat I . , 

I can triuntph-the Tiotory's mine 1 

I had the last word, 1 am o*»tain « * b «T; 11 - 

Tho last look-for 1 pi-f ped through the blind. 

How he spurred np po«r Arab and jerked at his 

bead I . . . _ ... 

I didn't quite hear, but can guess what be saia. 

"Come, 8ue*n-a novel ! Why, girl, you're so 

alow 1 _ .. » 

(Be'e a villain— a monster— a brute 1) 
You've brcught me the Bible— on purpose, I 

fcaOW— 
Don't elmper and eUnd like a mute. 
(He's a hectoring tyrant 1-tne words are too 

too weak — 
Though I talked for an hour, not even to 

■peak I) 

"I know I was angry-he iet like a stone ! 

Wouldn't answer a word that I said I 
Then he reae like a monarch who moves from 
bis ihrone 

And left me— I wish I waa deid 1 
Take the novel away— I need quiet and rest 

After the storm that has raged in my breast. 

* I wi«b the flrst word had blistered my tongue; 

I was calm til) he whfetled and smiled; 
He ought not to mind it— he know* I am-YO^g; 

He treats me. I'm sure, like ft child. £ 
Quick, Susan 1 my bonnet— 111 take a long 

wilk. 
Come with me, glyl— ind talk to me— talk I 

"Be quiet ! your chatter will drive me quite 
mad : 
Dont be cross— /am perfectly cool ! 
And you blame your poor masttr because I gm 
sad? 
Why, Susan— I think you're a fool I 
Should a man stand eiill and be flayed alive, 
Or dance and sing round a mad beehive ? 

"Go, Susan ! you lire me— I'll Btay a-while yet, 
Till my heart can throw off this dull pain; 

I'm so eorry ! I'll tell him— I know he'U forget. 
Tbatk heaven 1 he's coming ag .In ! 

He sees me Btandlng atone— forlorn — 

He springs from his saddle— my pain Is all 
gone I" 



Non-committal. 

A little boy was sent to a store for some 
eggs; before reaching the house he dropped 
them. In answer to bis mother, who asked: 
"Did you break any?" he replied, 'No, I 
didn't break any. but the shells came eff of 
some of them." 



What Cheer Lnundry 
Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat 

roolxed by ever ybody, • 

Dear Mel Bow She PoJntal 
w. b. — TJse DioxxT'e famous Cftsaa ns Lie 

and they can't see It. b 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Buse House Carriages, can be 
found In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner B h and Mont- 
gomery bib., or Dexter Btables. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



Washing Returned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundrv. 



Two Splendid Songs! 



Plpea of Pipeavflle'a new Song. 

" Open the Door " is the name of Stephen 
Masseti's last song, words by TVm. Baus- 
m:n and dedicated to Mrs. W. O. Balston. 
The song when known will be very popular- 



Grand Hiiqunaiie CarnivaJ Ball 

Al the City Gardens, for the benefit tf Mme. 
Aline Le Favre, on Thursday evening, August 

Uth * ^_^^ * 

RemoTal, 

Newell'e Paragon Shirt Bazaar hag been doing 
4 n Immense business for the past year though 
bidden away up two flights of stairs. Now it 
has come out In full view ot everyone and is es- 
tablished at 136 Moutgomeir street, Occidental 
Hotel building, and is now fast monopolizing 
ail tbe fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar bas become famous for perfect fitting 
shirts at low prices, and Jewell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts of our best citizens, a 



A Bar to BIIsf. 

A Clairvoyant advertises in an eastern 
exchange her abiltity to "tell our future and 
unfold the record of our fate" if we will 
Bend our "hair and eyes in a sealed envel- 
ope." Alas! we cannot, We are exoeeding- 
to have our future told; we want to have 
the record of our fate unfolded, but we have 
no hair— we arebald; and we cannot spare 
oar eyes— we dare not (entrust them to a 
sealed envelope. Some arrangements might 
be made, perhaps, ii the seer would send 
on a reliable >an to take those eyes with 
him in a carpet-bag; but how to do ftbou 
the hair we cannot tell. It is very gad that 
a man's infirmities can thus bar his way to 
bliss; but it is so, and we must submit. 



OPEN THE X>O«0m 

STEPHEN MASSETT. 

THE BELLS THAT RANG NELLIE ft BRIDE 

FJBEO LT8T£K 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellers and Stistlones-a. 
H. H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant- 

BnteherB. 
Lnmaden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Batter street side 
Batz, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100, California Market. 

Bros* Fanndcrlea. - 
Weed k Kingwell, California, 125 First sL 

Clothlns (Betall). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearpy, oor. Fine, 

French Fuucy Goods. 
Looan ± Co., 19 MantgoioerT. 107 and 109 Sottai. 

Bum on Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. & Co.. 110 Second street. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W,, (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Levels made and repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Halter. W. a Him. 5 and 7 Sntter, and 5M Market 

Manic and Mnstcnl iBelrDsnent*. 
Keece.C. C, mftr. accord inas, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Moceuronl MunaTacliirere. 
Brignardello. MaocnfaTello a Co., 706 Sansom*. 

Newi and Stationery Stand. 
A, F. Patton, Easlern papers, etc., fiilO Market st. 

Oyatera (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane a Go. . No. 92 California Market 

Sewing* Machine* 
^iUcoxaGibtw.S. M. Oo, 113 Poet at, 
Wheeler 1 Wilson, 427 Montgomery 

Wines und Llqnon (wholesale). 
Danerl F. A Co.. 504 Front- 

Whltener, 
Janes O. Sellers, No. 31 Second street. 



JUST ISSUED AT 



GRAY'S MUSIC STORE, 



Oi CLAT STHEET. 



NOTIOB 

TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



Das Bbodix's WoyDcnrrx ExevuAtzo Lm- 
MZNT. Then youll remember me. a 



Foreign and Domestic Draffs, 

Apeeyere, Bakers, Confection ere, Hair Dress- 
er?, DserB, and all manufacturers needing drng- 
gibt'e articles, will find it to their advantage to 
examine tbe coth price list of Btroh, £cbrnidt 
a Co., importers, (BucoeiforatoHuKa Schmidt) 
636 Commercial £t.. one door below Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horton'B Tobacco Antidote. » 



The Seait; Bcntedlee. 

Dr. Perry's List Chance, for p'lln. Dr. Par- 
ry'fi Webfoot Fill?, for all billon* complaints. 
i. R. dates and Co., comer Baneome and Oom- 
mercial etreet*, sole agents. * 



pan amimi : »pd Mr. Faneb is 



dro'lery conibioed 
carry sT a 1 

i'iLt*^ Vi^* y " J * bt8 ' ho **' 1 • »«o«ledr 
™«r»?l ° . Id' t - nT ^ d - hi short, I6emara- 

a-frsot UcC tlP-.. « Panto minis Car* drawn 
a tnwap-.i, r-io.n.lony Lanier 

ChiariniU RoyaU ItaUlan Circus. 

This peat eirens. which will ermeera lon>in 
'txscitj.is.tpraasntperformio* at Nixon's Am- 
, -.ihfatre.Ofcicaso. The Tribone of ttie6:h says: 
' ;f hoaaessapsMp and osncaites eonstituie a 
tLeaC ..go saw ihe best Sirens on last 
t'eniBt lfc.ki QMcftYetahcwn Le:e 



rYe-vsr Style Jewelry. 

Strangers and others contemplating rnaklng 
purchase* of Jewelry should iufpect A. Eirech- 
man's elegant stock of new etyles of jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 Kearry street, 
between Sutter and Post. Erery thing at lowest 
caah ratea. y 



Oysters. 
In strolling roond tbe other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance old stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did mike a screen 
Through whlob a aweet bouquet was seen ; 
While moESy none and pearly Bhell, 
O'er which tbe watt-re eoftly fell, 
Made that window feem to be 
Borne fairv grotto of tbe sea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let'a go In hero- 
It looks so nice — and try thbir 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 his appearance, aBked our wish — 
Bald they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found it true, 
And cocked magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oyetere, juicy, fat, 
Cooked e^ery style; just think of thai, 
And if your mouth doD't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam t and crabs and terrapine ; 
In tact, we found tney bad within 
That cosy pltceail Jdndsof g<ime, 
Fit-h, fleRb. 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 nave here tbe best Ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "ench nice dinners. 
Whoever doubts thle l'-t him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush. 
And there this truth h-*'u hud made plain 
Who goes there onoe will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and N&fbt. 

CHABLE8 EAAKE, Proprietor. 



Bcmova). 

H J Manning, Oyster dealer, formerly of tbe 
Bine Wine Saloon, Montgonor? Street, has re- 
moved to the Charter Oak Saloon corner of Howard 
and Third Street*, where he baa iocreaeed facil- 
ities for serrins the heat ebell Oeh, cbops, steaks 
etc., in msrkft In elegant style. His old friends 
and the public generally are invited to give him 
a call. £ 

Old EstublJKhed Merit 

The oldest established shirt manufactory and 
the best in tbe city Is the Picbkeb Shxbt 
MAHoracTOKZ, No. 327 Kearny street, between 
Pine and But-h. Everything in the way of gen- 
tlemen's InrnlshlnfE goods at the lowest prices. 



Car Bind Steamer News Agency* 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for tbe steamer 
OaplUl and the cars of the O. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Viqabo 
among tbe passengers thereon, supplies tbem 
with hhs latest 6an Francisco dallies acd all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magatines, 
st Ban Krancisco prioea * 



Clean Your Walls, 
Jamea C. Sellers, whitner, 31 Second street. 



Good Tlilriars. * 

Those who can appreciate anything rich, lus- 
cious and plquante, are Invited to call In at 330 
Bush street, nearly opposite tbe Albambra The- 
atre, and try Jonea & Scbroeder's celebrated crab* 
Chowder, served from 12 at. to 12 at night. 1 



Tlie Old Oyster Boose. 

For tbe last eight years The Bivalve kept by W 
Spreerj 640 Market street, has been the fashionable 
oyster boose of Ssn Francisco. The private rooms 
np stairs are very popular for wedding parties and 
topperpaniee. After the theatres «all at tbe Bi- 
valve thr*e doers below Seamy for jour oysters. 



Oak PoisonlBB, 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Post street. No cure, 
no pay. z 

For '.rasnintt 

Shirts, tl 50 per dor.; small places, 60c. per 
dot. At the What Cheer Lcundry. * 



A bxalB&vaka at Marks WUnoeki's "Bul- 
letin" Oigar Store, northeast comer Bush and 
Eearny. is areal Havana. Nuff ced. * 



The Laurel Palace. 

In London and Paris are mauy be nut if ul sa- 
loons where wiues and other liquid refresh- 
ments are diepeated. Search these cities 
through and It is donbtfnl v bother you could 
nnd one equalling In beaut - ', tasteful adorn- 
ment and eleganoe the Laurel Palace, just 
completed by Mr. George Rahman, st the north- 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets. No- 
thing like It has ever been B»en, never wis such 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
interior is fltted-up throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect Its beauties on all sides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed in the most artistic man- 
ner, tbe paintings of scroll work, fitgs, and 
clusters of flowers being marvels of tbe deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are ot a 
quality in keeping witb tbe costliness of the 
saloon. Everything is tbe best that money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, the choicest 
brandies, and the very best brands of domestic 
spirits may he found here. A spacionB cellar 
runs under the eslooo, and here are stored, In 
tiers, llquorB ana wines In the wood. The 
Laurel Palace will bo a lavorlte resort for those 
seeking refreshment after tbe theatre snd be- 
tween the acts, acd will be famous as a reliable 
place tor tbe purchase ot isnuly stores. In tbe 
way of wines and liquors. 3 



BOARD OP EQUALIZATION 

ASSESSMENTS. 

pCB LIC NOTICE IS SXEHElJTf 

called to the following; reductions— on 
rich men's property— mode by the Board 
of Supervisors now In aesalou sta ft 
' Beard of Fqwallzutlon," taken from 
he Evening; Bulletin of Monday, July 
sad, IS-IS: 

Bank of California Building, from $I25,0C0 to 
$85,1X10. „ . , 

w A. Manon dray, lot on Saneome street, from 
S8S,f 00 to $S3,00->. 

E W. Burr, lo's and buildings io Twelfth Dis- 
trict, from »17s.80O to $ 26 OW. 

Denci3 Mabonoy. lota on Pacific, Larkin and 
Jaoksonttrei-t', *44.000to*33.W. , , *. 

D Maborey, tuildnge 00 Polk and Jackson 
streets. $20,000 to $1.1.600. ,..«_„ -„ 

Goddsrd & Co., boildints oceopied by Faoiuo 
Iron Wrrbs, Firs' street. $30,000 to $20,000. 

Rudolph Jordan, tbe old ' Upptr Restaurant 
btiildioc, Waahmirtorj street, $2 WW tofl^.OOO. 

Rudolph Jordan, lot 60xi hi. $2: (HO to $12,000. 

Robert. Watt, building, $26,000 o 9H.0HQ 

H. D. Oofawell, two-story brink building ana 
basement. S0»6». northeast corner of Clarlt and 
Front streets. $20.00n to $.5.01.0, 

Etc, etc., etc.. etc. 

JCet any poor man compare the redac- 
tions made above oh the property of 
these wealthy citizens with that mude 
on bis own little homestead— If the Board 
deigned to make any— aad remember that 
these men are mostly chronic office eeeb. 
era, and will be sore to he up for some 
office at the next election. la there any 
any poor man who would vote for then 
agala for Supervisors, to give them on 
opportunity to form ' another Board ot 
TTfjnjllzatlon— for the "Rich. 

jyiitt A. O B>. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.F.. eor. Jncktoti and Kearny eta. ' 

r-pHK GRF.AT ERADIOAT OR OF RPKOIAl* 
1 COMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Rosiital 



riBitir.it all I be HOSPITALS IN LONDON AND- 
PARIS and spending 
brated Hospital in Lot 
opened bis old Medical Institute at tbe old standi 
where be can always be found. DR. IOZEK bas 
for forty years met with unpAralleled 3U0OC3S in the 
treatment of disease KenPTtllj kooivn 33 OHROH* 
IO AND SPECIAL COMPLAINTS. DR. TOZER 
is in every way responsible, binding bimeelf to 
effect a prrmaoent cur E, ormakiosno chaiges^. 
Tho«e who cannot' afford to pay for adnoeand 
medioins will be charged for meuicine only. TUB 
MONTHLY RESTORATIVE PILLS, never known 
) fail id Kivine rcli.f in cases for wbicb they are 
com mended, are to be obtained only at m» 
flee. Price $5 per box. Full direction on eaoO 
box, sent bv bxp.eseor otherwise. 

DR. TOZER dees not imitate tbe advertising 
Quaoks who make it a practice to pnblisb falsa* 
affidavits and other false refbrences, bat refers to 
tbe most respectable people in tbe Stats, whom he 
bss cubed of diseases which others have failed to 

DO. CHAS. Tt. TOZER, 
N. £. corner Kearny and; jAokson streets, 
Dl2tf San Fraiif.t»CO. 

DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON, MAGKETIO HEALER.— 
Dr. M. haa been htsbty suocessf al in trestina* 
Paralysis, Deafness, Debility, and Infl>m"satorr> 
Diseas.iF, acute or chronic, of alt the organs el 
tbe body. Diseases of LadUs treated wun t:s 
Qtmont delicacy. 

MRS. ALBERT MORTON, CLAIRVOYANT 
MEDICAL AND BUSINESS MLDIL'M, AND 
PSTOHOMETRIST. 

Clairvoyant examinations for disease in person,, 
or from hair. Spirit oommnaicatio&s Peycbo— 
metriosl readings of character from letters, and 
analys'sof ores. 

Mrs. Morton's GuideB have been very sncceeslol 
In direottng manyof the leading citizens o'. Bs-.ten 
io Medical, Le^al and Business matters. HonrS- 
fiom 9 a.m. to 5 P.M. 

11 O'FARRELL ST., San FrancUco. jy231m 



So.narzi's Punches. 

One of the most famous Institutions of Oall- 
fornia Is equarza's Punch, It le found Id every 
city, village and mining camp In tbe State, It 
la delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
elae. The proprietor of this delightful bever- 
age notifies his patrons that he bas opened at 
Ho. 317 Seamy street, between Fine and Bofb 
Ftreete, a Branch of bis old and popular sym- 
posium on LeldesaorrT street. • 



WTievt Cheer Laundry 
Is Uie.bclt lanodry In Ban Francisco 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings is a 
Central location, should visit tbe Albambra, 
and Inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
The buildlns: is a very fine on* and Is well 
lighted and ventUated. • 



TO t±te Unfortunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial. Established In 1654, for 
the treatment of chronic and sueclal com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will make no charge nn- 
toes be effects a core. B 



at • 



The T-vro 
COT SCOTC] 



.»' 



IS Morton, street* near Beuruy, 

....AKD-... 

138 Sutter etreet, 1 door below Kearny 

All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c. 

HOT ImVSCU. EVERY NIGHT, 

Eng-litsili A.le on Dx-aug-lit 

FEIDMAW <t EKICOS. 



MARKS -WILZINSKT, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

' DEALER IN 

Havana Cigars and Tobacco, 

NORTHEAST CORNER OF 
BVSn AND REARM' 8TBKF.TI 
SANrRANOISOO. jyUtm 



TBEAThL ROXISbERIE, 

•«* Dapoat at., on« door eouth ef Dusk. 

K. HAROHAND ATE OF THI 
RoUaeerle RsstaQrant" of the Ucio 
dab i*roprietor.— The Tables pror 
Isti witb all the Delicacies of the season.. 
•aj-OVSTsmr IN KVEBV K^U w9tr 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

HAYWARDS. 

lONT OAKE8 PROPRIETOR 

First-Class Hotel 

j J 15 6m 

THE MUSICAL INSTITUTE OF 
MAESTRO D. SPERANZA ib e 
open for classes and private popils. ir.„ 
to MAESTRO D. SPERANZA. No. 17«V7 S 
Powell street- m23tf 



n J. M. LOAWE'B RED LION 
SALOON, 1» Geary street, near 
Kearny and DopooL ■»- Tbs 
choicest Wines and Liquors 
Englieb Ale and Porter aJwart 

an draught. Ton will alwars find 

OLD DaVE MENDES Business Manager, thert 
to attend. ap6 




LADIES, READ THIS! 

r\0 NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE IM- 
*-' posed npoo any longer by onrchasiDj: TTCBL 
MARKERS which are neither durable nor 
practical. Before purchasing one. try Graff A Co's 
mike, and if yon have one already is ..t is not Graff, 
A Co's make, throw it away, got a good one, and* 
yon will save both time and money. Tbe stir-reg- 
istering slides of Graff & Go's TUCK MARKER 
are invalnable, and ought to be exaroioed by alt* 
ladies. F. SMITH. 

Sole Agsntaad ManufaciDrer, 
jvisirn No. CSS Sacramento st. (ui uaire.) I 



TO IjET. 

FURNISHED SUITS~0R SINGLE ROOMS, 

...AX TBE.,.. 

WEBB HOUSE, 

87 Second street, opposite Grnnd Hotel* 

rpHIS HOUSE HAS FINE SUKXT ROGM3, 
X with a Rrstanrant connected: also. Bum, 
with hot acd cold water. Parries wishing aoaist-. 
and select place would do well to call and ess I 
tbem. jjlilm 



CENTRAL 

db for 
Families in tbe city. Private _ __ _ _ — - 
entrance forLadipp. Hair Cotting, Staving ansl* 
Shampooing. Children's tiair ceaily cut. Ladies' 
Sor.mi>ooing 50 cents. 
j.rTlm L. CORRIVEAU. P.-opnttar 



J. C. COMBES, 
'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Oor, Second and Tehama itr i.*Mk 



^ 



Terrapin ooDStantiy os oasei 
Oysters in erery style, PRITSTK 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTI KS. 
mi 51 lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

CHAS. V. BEEGOLD. PBOPBIETOR. 



by th« wosk. «08 PINE 8TBEET, io«i»b<rT, 
MooiKOmetr. m.rtfc !m 



MRS. M. A CTJMMINGS, 

MAONETIO AND TBAHOE HEALING ME- 
dinm. No846!^Fotom itreet. Pnbliorir- 
.8, Tuesdays, Weuneadass, and Fridsje. »t7:3> 
M.P. Adnji.ftioD Vi ceDta. jy22 In 








• > *—— - •— 



IMPORTER* 



.Millinery Good* 

■**> «.wt *•>-** 9mm — .-..aw 



"" JE"'X; 




J Jj I FURNISHED .ROOMS 



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ur-fc. 



a*, luacucoi iKCmrut. 



T.I, XTfl. Bj., 



AT PUn'S MUSIC HALL 
Grand Matinee 

'ianoforte Recital 

FNAHEBXIG 

ELEBRATED PIANI8TE 



KITBOPOLITAlf THEATRE 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



»i»st uniitici in u.noikit or 



THIS 



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Tim [vtmio acquit is 

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I i -« Mnitl «i.|iir«mi» raioa rni»«i«i utii 





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nit Kim 

Mil M. .LOAN 

a. •- SYAGan 

l.r. 1.I11IA OK KIIOM 
• . lit VAN 

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B UTNUH 






lynopals of Hconory and Incidouts. 



■BaiMIBDl 



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I MIUI»1 



SOIa nOLI.AK 

l.rti • -MicABaad RMOItr 
»t«.».HlMf. .ad 01 

loll, tnmt A. II. imp,*. 



■» MofeBg»MBIal»wa.' a FiuhoHiiit,';, 



■A.OX FIRST. 

ml ltd m.or 
iwlao Mcrrp»T D.np'v »n th* wall. Lit 
tole lidddti. 
T oTAlST. TO. tall to arm. an. ft aid ftr 



-AOT SECOND. 

1. HTJfttPTT DlTatrTY Id bi.o.w baa** Ut* and Down, ol 
lllta. PAS. | IN TUK AIR. 
N ( OMISd MAN. A iht.m.lr.r Clmd Balftmcr- 

'■' A • ' f tbft Htc.li of Mfticnr j : 

IIIPPODBOBK. lain. 
R tad b.t wood.rlot l.an'i ..I Wood.o> 






HUMPH DUSIPTY'S WOnBERrui P.RF0RrYflN3 ELtPHANT 

■ .. B n>.<l Iti«i..r Iflta Hu||lf Moore 

' PiRM si INK. Tba aaw daptitoi.ot tad old boj.. 

i : . ING HOU8K. 

■ BOTim DUMPfV .jN I'jLIC'E DUTY. 



A. 81 AT TUE blTCHIiR. Maltoa bj tba wboltfttl*. 
..iBoa.. B.W tr* hrdraat. Tba ntw roiUa loraa. 
I rAIHU il NT PARK COBlctnoldtn.* 

TOUT Of Nlf R t BREAT STILT PERFORMANCE. 

(>•■ D.lrr Mill U>M'. ti. 

Ill IN [Hi HuTrL. Tba MaaIc 'all 
Dal.tl.a .t.vaolin.d. 

i ovLt run oontixknt. Ntw B.iii.nii. n^t t>, no- C r a n a Transformation. Tableau 

ClatkT. Kiplotior. WONDERFUL KSOAPK. I IIOaiaiik TO Amirii-a. IN THa Land Op Rosy D.KAVa. 

SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock HUMPTY DUMPTY MATINEE 

SUKDAY EVENING EXTRA HUMPTY DUMPTY NIGHT 



n ILItly 



Ida n.k 

/.-.I All ,!•>•» ».!»• 

aI«*.IO J.Iimi 



w jowW*. kti att Ho 
O.. I. I .at. AoOfl „ 



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KIA ARM! 



IAUAI 




MRS. ONAI. COIIIU 


1V1 J\. X> yv TVI I 


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AM-17-JL 



ll.l|.« .■..■■■■■■. Min wlf l^dfr 

PROPOSITION OPPOSED. 

Mi 

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■ molds 
Oeerrar* ...Ofxhr-tra 



DICE OF DEATH 



OR. THE YAGIC TABLETS, 



" Car* w.11 leave tlie Tbfta.tr* for th? Mlpaloo and North Heifh evnry nlaht it the clos* of tco performaDce. 



Ovncrnl >A Jntl.-lon . 

r>i a--, llrt-lt- i«nii (Irthfilni. HMorred H«itU.. 

I"tlr«tr lioxci . 



.• I t>0 Pwr.iwl SO 

1 Cfl . (.ullrry «S CVliU 

14C OOi ••*-K*>U »np &p Sf.L!,ir«i.l hlj D»yflin mdTAvtjCB.-Af* 



HI Artlit 

<>rjr— A Ktitrbifr . , 



• --Tt." K««l 

L«-A Weilibj eld Sil*... 



. It O M.rml. 

I on alcUarity 

. . H*trj r- rrcl»ir 

— (Jktrii OhtApm*n 

.... TommT B-rteo 

MM K*Mr 

Will hark 

TommT Br«*« 

,.J. U. La'kin 



Rodo |iti— A G»m»ftor 

iif-U-n- A lifttnpftfr 

Wt'dtn— A U«mc*t»r 

Loaitu— An Orptnio Pt>(ifl1b»a to Eroeit M»ti* Zrwl 

ThatMi- Rpierflbfrg'saiiior Wiooio Filltuor* 

Ftm roho-DPS— A Knrior,* F ler Jpr-ni-- Jotirnon 

Tvoei— ...oiiiM'i- Attocdant. Mi»» Joaepbio* 

f)«rtrod» Carrie ATmEt.ooa; 

Ki'nnn bu».» Kobin'OO 

LiM«tt«. - ..IdaKiak 

P»*e rann»Ga-.ei»o- 

Uoam<si Minnie Lod«r 

Uermsn ' \'>7<-a'. P»»tsot«, r»>mal« Pta.ie.Dts, 

VI i"-r. to th< F«lr, eto.. eto ^^^^ 

,s»iPKPAV f' RM 17io-f.rit App-*rancaiof 

ui«n KaXMIVRDY, CharautBr uad Toesiltalt •■•I 
JOHN I'NKIOHT, Jiui lc«<ia«- Omtnr, etc. 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 

$50, 

Lancaster's 

• 17 « tiniiDTm ktuei r. 

Opo. Mttofrt't Optra Uosao. 



I was confined to my bed 
or two months, suffering 
i'lth chronic Rheumatism. 
Vas cured by 

JTl. TVTT.TT_.Xa Ell, A9_-. 

i ten days' treatment. 

LOUIS MILLER. 
1029 Pacific street. 

REFEREM I 

I -ultr. Tit 

'.'thnift. 
i.ttrr »od 
■ 

-i tlealtb lotptator— Dcalo.Mot 



■ 1 I. U PROOF -t. THE \ NiiKTMIGN- 

..lilo tb.l 

ui of ptr.ljsitot dc r inn Ttftrt' 

... l,i I'll SI ' ., No. :lM«»Di. 

-11/ Unfit. I.SiftUi.ilf 

C1K0 ■ITERKOK. 
nwbiir .: ; Cltmaalina tUtat. ba- 
I watn Tti.d tnd Fourth. ^^ 

IPEB'S OPERA HOUSE. 

TIROIHIA CITY, »-VinA. 

' - KIIQANT TaEATRF HAB BEBN RK- 

a*C5rt,t«rl. sod cs.nbsr.nisd bi t_.-fci|rht or 
• Brssk. Ut*rs sad trsToitnc ooropaals* 
» i / i.'s»io-1 •ritri on sp-,<liosUOo ti 7 Isttsr 
JOil.V nfr.n, 

Or to ^J. 11. McCAtlE. 

eSO Woabtnutot. tltnt. San Kntnolaoo. 



p the OramatUs Profession. 

'•HF UffDKRRIONED. WHO HA8 BEEN 

N r twclvs jsst" corn*c*,0''i frlttl tbe p. i >. 
, ix»0T ■- "■' la trsll koown or ttm 

flroftMlAti In U»« Oolontso.iwn^ to incimito 



GET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

— ASD— 

_p -a. i<r s 

I Rsps'-oT wbsra tbey irv 

nuiu tba oaatcat ■ nd c,r t 

O. J it. METEB'I, 

ftfe Mr>i»om»f> t»'rs»t. 




A CREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

THE NEW YORK PATENT CARPET RFNO- 

M. TA.tii.ii i.'i.ibii»6j-. Pst«i<ito1 Dicirobir, Ifail). 
CI. inn and rfa'ors* oarpsta to thc>r oriitlral bfou- 
ty and briKbtn.ri* wltboat removing thw t-iin.n 
fromlbo Aioor. All Doit, Crc«e, or Oo»l Smoke. 
r«mov.d by our pro. cm, and defaced colors will 
becoms as ('right aa wben new. 

Tbe QQality rf lbs rsatoraHrt fa »Itw not fnjart- 
on« to ins m< hi delicate fabric and tint, no>l ia .._. 
aotoal prcTftntivo of tnolli aid Terrain. 

SAN FRANCISCO ftFFIOK. 
No. 138 KBAtlNY STREET, ROOM 5. 

jjJMm SIMON LhOPOLU, Uunor. 



Mn t>ivr,sI.EOPOiD, MakaoerNew YonHRE«- 
ovatin'iCo.— We bATs tried four patent on Carpet 
i'b ink *nJ croico ipois, and can fruaiy 
• -T you bare «i.vi' -lui, ri,«»i,< d tb-m. 

JOUM4UNA CCCijandHotf-s 
B.n Fraociacfl.t'Al. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEREEPERS 

TABLEWARE AND HOC8EHOLD GOODS 
1 of every deacn^tmn from vtbicb the stiver la 
worn, can tx. ra-plataid lo tbe Qnesl and mo.t ilnr- 
able msnnsr at ih« SAN I- itA.Vi l-'.fj GOLD 
AND hILVF.R PLATI.\(> WORK8. 
«*»*_ MImIon street, tict, N«w Hontfon. 
erv "nil Third- m#r4 lm 



NOTICE TO 

BOYS AND CIRL%. 

THE IATT1M5ENT PENCIL SHARPENER. 

lor tbr tee of Hobool Children, i» now for oale 
Vij the M-'tnofactursr and Agent. JAS. I 
lOOt: Market atroat. iu'A 'is 



I 



NOTICE. 

( jN AND AFTER THE FIRST BKPTEMUER 

ALL THE EAF.BER SHOPS AHD BATH HOUSES 
IN THIS CITY 

WILL CLOSE AT 8 O'OLOOK EVERY KVIN- 
I.NG EXI.EPf SATURDAY. ftoStl 



Bar Sugar 

L1UR SAI.E-C1B KEARNY STRH 

r MERCER'S. AIho, tvury klod of CaadiOB, 

Skalftlftla Uid B Ail. 

ill " «t V Will 



CANDIES. 



'II.I.IAM Til" 
lam'ierr. IA ' 






Grand Free Lecture! 



POATT'S U^-IjIj, 



Mi-MIW wVENIRiO.. 



.Al't5. 10th 



ALL r>' . AtK TO THE PEOPLE 

^ is LaUtd oo tbe "Open Kook of Katare.^' 
Lecture id La Belle Som Fmo- 
bi«4AJk mil em- 
brace jast wbat-i» troa of Pbrtn-Moer and Phyni- 
ognnmy as npphrd to Iho " bum no fonn 
and not bins; more. No "med-CAl a.iots" will bo 
given os tbis occasioa. Literary and Historic 
Trntb, iirnrtr on tie ninhle too(toe, will be ibc 
Order of the (v-i.i.^ Bii 1 nru.l lAtlODI ol the 
mental character. » ioa or LOUD BUJON. JEAN 
PAUL. BYRON, POF. HUMBOLDT. DICKEN-*. 
VICTOR HQGCt, DABttlN, WEBSTER, CLAY. 
GRANT, GRtBLBY, COMBE, etc. D ffcrcnoo 
between moral aod menial pone r»— Great Mocban- 
ics, Great Etli: or.--. Orators, elc, olo. What made 
tbem ao. 

•Jr-Medioil ExamLnattog earns a< at borer, fl 00; 
Antbropclogtcal Kxainlaif.iorjK. WW. P.icsb of 
Pro8criptloQs depi<nd on f n Lrely. au!4 



^ 



THOMAS W. BREF, 

MANUFAtTi 
— AKP— 
K I! I" A I H I Jt 

DRUMsTtUNJOS. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1805. 

:.. on t^eBatiJoand Drum. 6*? 

pcoud. 
r.od Silver Bojo Honjoa lor Pro- 
always on band. .**& tf 




S 



ARION 

Pianoforte. 

DECLARED BY THE JUT-OKS AT A LATE 
Fair of tb« Amerioan Instunte. after a blind- 
fold trial arainst Bleln w»i 'si. I Jh * <^* ' ■ "« »• ^ 
others. If* ha 1 HE BEST ON EXUIBinuN. H. 
(1RTAZ, Hole Agent, 20 O* Kan-ell street. 
N li.-Pianoa ol all atylea TO RKN I'. marl 




FRONTIER & BELLEMERE, 
Manufacturing Jewellers, 

aCoa. AKOte nod llourtx Cutter., 

IMPORTERS BF WATCHES A FIHE JEWELRY 

TOB MOIWTOOM EH"* AT KB EX. 

On" door porl b of W..hiogtio. 



BARGAINS I _ BARGAINS I 

ISO DOZEN HATS 

TO BR SOLD 

jT3elO"C\7" Costl 



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HALL'S 

Ar s l lA ' 

A ?,1R ! 
A L A 

yellow" 

DOCK 

IODIDEoTpOTASS 

THE BEST BEAUTIFIER OF TUE 

o o avr i» Xj ex xctva 

In oto. Cor.. Plmpl... Boll.. Blotch... Rb.o- 
matlnm nod M.rourlal Paloa For tola by all 
I>r.i«l.t.. a R OATE , ^ co 

Froprletora, 

* Cor. Itmnor nnd t'limmerclwl .ta. 

SOLE AOENTS FOR 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
Webfoot puis. Jn'Q'f 



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— A>D— 

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Bo. is* 8 PsM1bI« itnil. 

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U,bltat:m<iDt of tbe kind. rfuTer In Et.-«o*o 
America. Oonvonient and eepatato rpartments. 
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Medioauo Waters. Suites of roome in be saoa* 
bailding lor private paticnU. j»23 tf 

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A Select Free-mitl.j3.iey wt thai 



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/{Atf MISSION ST., TWO DOORH FROM 

QUO b«conu, every Saturday evening. Chair 
taken at t :J0 r.M., sharp. O. W. Brown, Obalrmaa 

CHbl>aire, Whist, Chess, Billiard*, overy nlghL 
London Nowe, Pnncb, Ball's Life, Clipper. Day's) 
Doings, Call and Figaro on fllo. Tbe beat of Hot 
pnn'jhpsand LlQnors serv-d " 

Jell if J, EAGLES. Prortet or. 

DR. JORDAN'S 

GREJT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And College of Medicine. 

\r% f./if. BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRDOT- 

JU.UUV/ |vo objects to he seen. Opon to th« 
PoblioDAV AND NKiHT, al HUHEKA HAIaL, 
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A NEW DISCOVERY. 

REI.IKF TO rRiPPLES.-THEl 
great eucocHfl attending thai 
nBflnf DR. HALL'S CORN AND| 
■BUNION C0r.R luis created con- (&.-_ 
aternniion amongt,.. the «oro doc 
tors, The public no lot per pay a large fee 
temporary onre, when a flftT-cu&t bottle of Dr. 
Hull's Rrroedy will give immediate relief, nl 
eifeot a peimaneot core It tbe worst Corn a and 
Bunions. F. RIDER, Agent, 

juFi if H. E. cor Bnsb and DnpontsU. 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 



Cor. Montgomery and Pino streets. 

MMENBK VARIETY OF .JAPAN A CHINA 
Poods, One Trench Fanr* Art idea etc., etc. A 
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aoul FINELY FIinilBHED ROOMS, 8IH- 
BS^fl eljor in inita, 

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F- BOOAEDUS 

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Below Montgomery. 8»n Franc (boo. 



THORBDAY AUOCf.T 15. 1872 



Manner*. 

If men could purchase manner", as they 
do their clothing, it would bo a Rroat benefit 
to the majonly of the human race. We are 
/sadlyVleficientin that respect. We are gruff 
and morose, and act for the moat part as if 
the world was made for our special benefit, 
and we were the only one in it. We crowd 
and jostle along the walk, occupy the largest 
possible epace in the oars, tread on our 
neighbor's corns, and ^generally pay no at- 
tention to either tbe persons or the feelings 
of others. And we boast of being a people 
of good manners! Heaven save the mark! 
A company of trained monkeys bavo as 
much. Wo act very like tbe 'mildest man 
that ever scuttled ship or oat a throat,' and 
yet flatter ourselves that we are gentlemen! 
A man of truly polite manners, and all oth- 
er things will follow in due time, and socie- 
ty run far more amootbly in its groves than 

it does bow. 

Pretty Kxp-ewion 

The News Letter, the special and author- 
ized organ o! the Aerial Steam Nav- 
gation Company, takes the Alta's musical 
otitic to task for sayiog "the composition by 
Beethoven was to onr mind heavily played 
and wanting in color." Doesn't the idiot 
who wrote this, know that there ia snob a 
thing as musical color ? lu the same paper 
we find the following : 

Miss , Georgia Loomie, a promising and 
-handsome young lady of this city, is study- 
ing for opera bnnffo. Hiss Loomisis rathar 
a girl st H, but it is the opinion of ATlle 
Aimee that aha possesses undoubted ability. 
'Bather a girt" is a very pretty expression. 
The man who wrote it must be rather a 

donkey. 

He and She. 

Hero is a libel on the female sex: 

The malo mosquito lives a short, idle 

life, doing little harm, and subsisting upon 

tho sweets gathered from flowers, haviDg a 

daioty preference fur lilies, in whose creamy 

petaled bells be pensively swiogs. The fe- 

- male is tbe noisy, aggressive t ex, and makes 

life a burden to these unfortunate mortals 

enoonnteriug ber. She Btiugs them, .and 

"boasts" about it, and not content with ber 

own evil career, every month deposits one 

hundred eggs in sunie cool, damp place, 

thus multiplying and per petuatiogner kind. 

We don't believe that the male mosquito 

i lives on lilies. The story is too tbin. How 

about fleas? Does the male flea live on rose 

buda? 

No Repetition. 

"Owing to the peculiar arrangement of 
the programme no piece oan be repeated," 
was the answer Air. White received from 
the landlady with whom he boarded, upon 
■asking for the second piece of pie at dinner. 



The BrJlsthat Ran K Nellie a B-ide." 

-Words end music by Fred. Lyster. Price 40 
-cents. This charmlag billad has jnat been is- 
sued, with a fine lithographic title page, at 
Gxay'B Music S'ore, 621 and ti25 CHy.at. o 



idealtti una. Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasures in San 
Francisco. Nothing is more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive Into tne conn. 
try no-w and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep a carriage of their own. can 2nd one 
-equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental O&rruge stand. Frank Bon- 
ton has there, and at hie atablaa TO 18 Stockton 
tttreet, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careful and experience a, bis cnarges 
Are moderate. The moral of the above la: 
go to Frank Eouton at the occidental Hotel 
■-When yon want a carriage. o 



An Old Landmark. 

The Verandah Oigar Store, at the N.B. corner 
af Kearny and Washington streets, kept by 
Henry Schmidt, has been famous for the last 
eleven years for keeping tbe best Havana cigars, 
-tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc. x 



McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. s.E. corner 
Montgomery and Sacramento streets. u 



Altogether IIjo Best:. 

It is cnrloup, hut true, that J. A. Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
nlture and bedding cheaper tbsn any other 
dealer in this city. Tiy him and you will be 
convinced. X 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to bay a Dat is "Thb" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny . The Btock is Immense, the fash- 
ions are tbe latest, and the pikes are the 
lowest. • 

-Comic Song. 

No more you need be troubled with flies; 

No more need yon use poison — 
Just buy yourself a Hooaier Trap, 
Pop go the flies lu. 
"Booster Fly Oatoher Factory, 240 Sixth street, x. 



Xt is. Perreotly \stonisntng 
How bean 1 1 fully and qnlokl/ they do washing 
" *t the What Cheer Laundry. Olothes received 
before 8 a_m. returned the same evening If de 
eired. x 

■ Sanitarium Salt Waiter Battia. 

Hebe I— Why don't jou take Salt Water 

' Bathe regularly ? Try one to-days at the "8an- 

Itariam," foot of Powell street. North Beach. 

Cily 25 cents. Steam b'Jths 60 centa, or two 

warm bath ticket*. Dbibcoll & Hagen. t 



X>o T C Suffer from Corns. 
The Uiiiortnnate BUffarers from Corns, Bnn- 
«• Ions, Club and Iogrowltg Sills, can find instant 
■ relief by applying at Dr. R. h. Cowao's Insti- 
_ tute, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capa'c hij. Beferencea given If required, h 



Ona of Oar Lato Ed tors. 
The News Letter, the special and author- 
ized organ of the Aeri.l Steam Navigation 
Company, publishes a column of paragraphs 
fr^m the London Figaro under the head of 
' Oar Late Town Cner." As AmbroBe 
Bierce was one of the editors of Fioabo at 
its start, we snppose we ought to do some- 
thing of ths same kind, so here goes : 

A daily contemporary haa been at some 
pains to explain tho growing unpopularity 
of women. Fired by the example, X have 
prepared an elaborate and exhaustive trea- 
tise upon some of the causes which have 
contributed to tbe unpopularity of eating. 
It will not be published, however, until eat- 
ing shall have come into disfavor; and tbe 
wiiter in question might advantageously 
have exerciocd an equ «1 forbearance. 

The frequent me, by the variooB London 
journals, of "unloosen," in the Sonne of 
unfasten, ergots the query. What does 
"loosen" mean? Persona sending replies 
to thia conimJrum are warneJ that no oth- 
er answer than "faetan" will receive a mo- 
ment's attention. Americans, however, 
may give any definition warranted by the 
spirit of their language. 

The postage upon tbe letters to Russia has 
been reduced to five-pence the half ounce. 
This is when the BUpersciiption is in Eng- 
lish. Letters bearing a Russian superscrip- 
tion will be taxed considerably more; for 
they may be sent to Patagonia or Madagas- 
car, and to these countries therates are very 
high. 

The following is from the Daily Tele- 
graph: "Referring to the report of the 
case, Rest vs. atap, whiob appeared in these 
columns of tbe 8;h instant. Mrs. Stap asks 
us to state that ber little boy did not die, 
but iaat boardiog sohool now." Alas, poor 
boy! It is worae than we had thought. 

Tbe oew C lifoinla Tbeatre Curtain 

It is not yet djfinitively settled that the 
subjeot of the new drop curtain for the Cal- 
ifornia Theatre ifl to be Yo Semite, though 
that subject has the most votes at present. 
We think it will be rather heavy. Ponder- 
ous rocks and a tbin stream of water won't 
have a pleasing effect on a curtain, however 
beautiful they may look on the stage. 
Those in favor of Yo Semite Bay. " if we 
are to have a California scene where eball 
we find one so interesting as Yo Semite?" 
It is not necessary to have a California ecene 
is it? Wouldn't something from " Lallan 
Rookh" or "A MidBummer Night's Dream" 
be prettier than Yo Semite? If a California 
scene is necessary paint Goat Island. 



i»!rl! 



Death of a dog f. oiu Grief. 

The Galignani relates the following inci- 
dent: "The dog of the late Michael Carre, 
author of "Galathee," and other pieces, 
after having, as it were, guarded the body, 
exposed according to custom at the door 
of the deceased's residence, the faithful ani- 
mal animal accompanied it to the gate of 
the,Church of Argent il, and then to the 
cemetery of the village. On returning 
home it refused every sort of nourishment, 
lapping only a few dropB of water, and at 
last expired at tbe door of its late master's 
study I 

A New Song. 

San Franoisco^ocoasionally adds something 
to current musical compositions in the way 
of marobes, polkas and pieces of music- "ar- 
ranged" by local mnsioal composers. It 
Beldom produces a new ballad. In another 
column we publish the words of a new song 
composed by Fred Lyster and juet pub- 
lished by Gray. It promises to become one 
of the popular ballads of the day. 



The Bloom ofYonh. 

"Charley, what makes your cheeks eo 
red?" asked his sister's admirer of a little 
urchin five years old, "Cause I pnt some 
of sister's paint on'. She puts it on every 
day." It was an embarrassing disclosure 
all around. At least Charley thought so, 
after the visitor was gone. 



Live Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad fee Ung la the causecf many crimes. Those 
Who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant., on Wash- 
Ingto ■■■ treet, at the onmerof Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Booken, who has catered (or the public since 
1849, provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Balmagundl soun. game, tame geese, 
delicious entrees, and everything the heart of 
man oan desire. The best on? of tea in the 
otty — English breakfast tea - Bouohong and 
Orange Pekoe— oan *e obtained here. B 

St-phen Ma-aett 

Haa just written a splendid song and chorus,. 
pric.35 cents. It has been ieBued with a fine 
title page by M. Gray, 623 and 625 Clay-st, o 



Oyster Traoe. 

The oyster trade in California is assuming 
,'igantic proportions, Emerson CorvUle. of the 
iiudle Boek, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
■il own oyster beds at Ban Bruno mlUlonB of 
lyuters to all parts ot the Paolno Coast. His 
eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
aas extended all over the continent, and the 
"Saddle Book" la known everywhere, m 



Clairvoyant.— Madame Clara AntOEla, the 
clairvoyant. Independent Traiioe Medium. 
Office, 426 Kearny Street. Confcultatlons m 
English, French and German. q 



It Von Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
•ot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Latin 
dry. X 

To Tbos« wbu are j=sai<l. 

Do not fall lo call at 218 Bueh street (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden's Hair Restorative. v 



Lover Buckle NuspenUers, 

At $1 per pair — 26 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. z 

Best Quality of DosrslElii 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry x 

Sewing Machines for Sale or to Bent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
Mills's Adjustable Treadle. I 



to Houeeieepers. 
Lo&ve your orders at the office, 128 Kearny I 
street, the New Tork Carpet Renovating Co., 1 
where Mr. Simon Leopold Is the manager. He 
will make jpur carpets look, as new as when 
they were flrtt put down, without taking them 
from in floorer removing tie furniture. Top. 
hid better look to your costly carpets. 



r>*. Doherty 

Haa devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the moat successful of any Physician In 
Bin Francisco. Office 019 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldeadorff, a few doors below What 
Cbver Honsa. r 

a 

Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Oentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commeikjing at 7H, at his 
Bygelan Hall, 687 California st., and examines 
patients phrenologlcallyas to health. The best 
tnd cheapest place hi California for a sick per- 
son to set well. Q 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 9 



CAL. ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC 

RAILROAD MEETING 

A MEETING OF THE SUBSCRIBERS TO 
ths Capital Stook ot Ihe OALIFOENIA AT- 
LANTIC AND PACIFIC BAJLBOAD COM- 
PANY will be beld lit tbe Obamber of Commerce 
Rooms, on 

Friday, 16th inst., at 11 A. M., 

To bear the Report of tbe Committee on Organi- 

£ ttioO- 

aul6td P- O. SNEASB", Chairman. 
ON SXTlVDAY; A17GTJST lTtta 

JEtE-OFJENINGr 

....OP THE.... 

ESPJSRANCE RESTAURANT, 

04? Commercial street below Kearny. 

AFTER THE FIRE OF JTJLT 21 
has be«o fitted dp Id & iew 
style. esDeciaily <n tne kltoben d:- 
purfment. A flret-rlisa FRENCH __ 
COOK in pvtnerBQtp in tbe estabhnbmeot will 
do everything possible to give entire satisfaction. 

Men), with half-battle Wine CO SO 

15 Ticket* * 8<5 

Hoard by the "Wet It (ia advance) 51> 

«®-6ood Meals! Clear line"?! Comfort! and Po- 

lit»D«ee! Please try the EspArance Des'anrant. 

a a 13 tf J. LeOLERO & CO. 

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MONEY TO LOAN, 

At 9 per Cent., on 

CITY REAL ESTATE SECURITY 

FBOM AND AFTEB THIS DATE, BY 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan 

SOCIETY. 

ED W. MAETIS, Secretary. 

San Feanokoo, AuKn.t in, 1872. aol2 5t 



The Greatest Curiosity 

Ever exhibited to be eeen at 

Neumann's Silk Culture, 
EXHIBITION, 

783 Uarket street, Bancroft's Building 

ADMISSIOK TWENTY-FIVE CENTS 

Open every day from 10 a si. to 10 p.m. ao5 



FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT 

Savings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

#»- A. Dividend of JNlne per cent* per 

snoam net (9 per oent.) npon t -*> operations of the 
French Savings and Loan Koolety for. the six 
mou^h.! endiog Jane 29th, \3~l, bss, in oonformty 
with the report of the Committee of Verification 
appointed by tbe members of the tSooleiy, been 
devlared by the Board ot Administration, at the 
Kfuni- Annual Moetina hfeld on the 16th mat. This 
dividend will be payable on and after tbe 18th i net. 
at the office ot the Society, 411 Bash street. 
GUSTTAVE MAHE, 
jj 20 lm Director ot Freaoh Sayings Bank. 

The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Lonte, 

Dr. JPATSTNtt 

IS NOW AT HIS PRIVATE PARLORS 8? 
and 118 Hqsi House, ready to wait on Gentle- 
men. Lectores at Mercantile Library Hall osam 
next week. j j 31 Lm 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR 800IETDS8. AMD THE PRO- 
feseion general I/.— The undersigned begs K 
inform all in need of PLAY BOOK.S and STAN- 
DARD DRAMAS that be is constantly reoeivin 
the Latest Publications from all American and 
English Ronees. Addreae all orders to R. M. Ef> 
WAKDS (lateD. K Appletoa A Oo'a), 508 and 
SIO Montgo-nery etreet. San FranciBCO. 
Oatalogues faxniahed on applicatioo. &p la 



10,000 Useful Articles 



THAN AT ANY OT1TEB STOBF, 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACIFIC STONE COMPANY CALL 
the eapeoisl al taction of Architects. Engin- 
eers, and the publio in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of the Stone now being manufactured 
by them in this city onder the Bansome Patents. 
They make to order and keep in e took: 
Bnildlue Front*. Wattr JPIpe, 

Sink*, Uoanmente. Foantalaa, 

Xllea> Copings for Walls, 

Filter*, etc, etc. 

Together with Buuoma's celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee superior, 

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

>9~The attention of private parties intending to 
build is respectfully solicited. 
Office, No. lO BUSH STREET, Sin Franoisoo. 



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THAN AT AST OTDEB STOBF., 



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EVERY KIND OF 

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ALL KINDS OF 

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OHEAPBH3 

THAK AT ASfY OTHER STOKE, 

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EVERY STYEE OF 

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OUro-A PER 

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Milton Gold Jewelry, 

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from erery part of the commercial world* 

■V New Line Bosses, connecting with Strati I 
Oare at Lone Monntain everyTtfi mlnntes hereaitar I 
for the Cliff Honte. Fare 25 oeota. 




CALIFORKIARESTAURUT 

Nos. oio, eia and t>i4 mont- 
gomery street, near Merchant.— 
Lndteu' SalooQ connected with ths Sea- 
' .nrant. 

Bill ot Fare. 

Ice Cream or Coffee FBEE %m 
nay i«enoi. Spendlnic »5c 

Seup. with Fish or Broasta llto 

Two Kgft* lSe 

Three Effgw 33c 

§ melts or Salmon, with Coffee 15o 
teaka or Chops, with Tea or Coffee. . .16o 

Sirloin Stoik, do 30o 

Fresih Oyetera, Raw or Stewed. t5o 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer ldo 

Bottle of Claret Wine.... I5c 

Pies, Podding or Oake , 5o 

Oat MeaL Moah er Oraoked Wheat.... 5o 
Coffee, Tea, Ohooolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wine „. So 

Ael-tt JOHN BEGAN, ProorlettfT 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOE ... 

PIAN0F0BT5UM SIIVOING. 

MONS. ALEX AND KB WOLOWSKX. J'HjII 
wellkaown Pifoist and Vooalfst, has the 
honor to inform hia (needs and the poblio of Saa 
Francisco that he opens courses for Piano and 
bingiog, by his entirely new and simplified sys- 
tem, the shortest in existence— reading Mnaioai 
sight, accompaniments of an? song by a new i 
march of harmony, ss well as the most thorough 
knowledge of time, by Hone. Wolowski'a new in- 
vention, whioh has oreated a great rensation la 
the mnsioal world. Lidies and genriemen desi* 
roos to beoome fine ftingerj or excellent perform- i 
era oan Teave their orders at tbe Piano Warerooma 
of WM. BADGER. No 13 San seme street; or, at 
Mona. W.'a residence, No. 43i Salter street. 
jy 31-lw 



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COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD AH 
° Mission street cars take yon to No. 8 Second i 
■treet. Kearny, Suiter, and Central oars take : 
yon to lid Kearny street 

O-vlx- T'OT'o Stores, 

Where yon oan be supplied with SHIRTS and I 
kinds of FURNISHING GOODS and TOILS i 
ARTICLES at prices lower than moat stores ca I 
afford to sell them for. 

WOall and satisfy yonrselves. 

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Tbe makers of the Fitter claim its superiorly I 
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Thia Filter is readily attached to all fanoets in 
common ose, and beiog reversible is ailf-oleaoittf. I 
iriB HIGHLY ENDORSED Br THE MKDI-' 
CAL FACULTY. 0*11 and see it In operation ot • 
the Depot, No. 808 Market street. 

ALFRED CLARKE, Sole Agent, 

■9*Prioe 92 50 each. A liberal discount to deal-. 
era. auff IW 




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EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SH0SSI 

ON HAND and made 
to ORDER, 

L. BLAIR'S,! 

9 Kearny atreet^ 



RACINE HOUSE, 

No. 10S3 Kearny st., 

BAN FRANOISOO. 

THE ABOVE HOUSE IB CONVENIENT .-***. 
to all the steamboat landings, bnBinessCEa 
portion of the city, and the principal placee JU[ 
of amnsement. Beet of aooommadations »t^™ 
lowest prioes Restaurant attached to the ho«H»f I 
where the best of board oan be had on the restau- 
rant plan. OPEN ALL NIGHT. 
ja24 lm J. BIOKER8TAFF, PropnetOfc 



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GO TO 

NOLAN'S 

FOB YOUE 

BOOTS ANI> SHOES. 



Yon con Save from «• Cent, to Thrt« 
Dollar, on every pnlr yoB nay. 
M-OXi-A-lM", 

11 Third .treet, near Mertet. 
«9-Look out lor the BIG BOOT. »J» In 



faE MOV AIi. 
J. CORIN, TBTINE MAKER, 

HA8 EBMOVED FBOM OORNEB OFSff*: 
m«r «ml Montfomery itraebi to No. »IM 
., .-. ,.-. .T.-i r. .« i.'-n at '.t d ,.-• t.T i-.ov mean Fine SB' 
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HOW THINGS COT MIXED! 



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MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE 

THIS IVENINO AUGUST 15 

1009 PRESIDENTIAL 

Mass Conveatieni 

IMMENSE EXCITEMENT I 



Arrival ofjhe ^ometj 

GEORGE FRANCIS 



The People's Candidate 

FOB 

PRE SI 



Complimentary Concert 

TO 8IOHOHI>'A 

ADBLHf A SPBRANZ \ 

PRIMA DONNA 80PBANO. 

.A. T PIiATT'S ECAIjIj 

o>'^— 

THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 15 

UNDEK DIRECTION OE 

SIGNOtt D0MENIC0 8PERANZA. 



First Public Aoppavranc© In tain city of 

Signora Assunta Speranza, 

PRIMA DONNA CONTRALTO. 



TEnin and the People Against Grant 
and the Th eves' 

War with England! 



X*«.y or Flgnt 

AjSjONJHESAviNQ^A^ 
SPECIE PAYWEN1 ■> ABOLISHED FOREVER 

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PR08RAMME-PART FIRST. 

L OVRRTURK-Aio'do Vfrdi 

1. OAVATiNA Ul KOHINA— II Barbisri' R088IMI 

Ml«n..rlnii adellna npernnxu. 

1 PAGE EOUi-KK. OAPI TAINK-Bur tooo B»Had..MRlfDBKE 

Mr. Louis DDrnex. 

I. LA MAND'JLINITA IUt,*.pilhe 

Arraacofi tor Uu'tiir. nnd prodaoed I ^r tho flr«t tioiu by 
Mr. M. V. Ferrer. 

5. REOITATtVO-Afli* s it ran Ooro Frjilivo R0B8INI 

Harniri. Aa'untn Npi't-un/.n, 

AND PUPILS Up TUE ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTITUTE. 

JP»rt Second. 

I. BINFOSIA-Sorm* Bblliki 

3. OKAND ARIA— Bo*triondi T«nd» Bellini 

■ iKiuirn Adelines f»|i»_-riin/.u , 
AND PUfll>S ITALIA IS MUSIUAL UNSTITUrE. 

3. BOMANZa— Aoos Bolsyn DoNlZSTTI 

Kliinnru Annata 8i»trimzu. 

i. MELODU-Miribfi FLOTOW 

Oajft ArmonloA sooomnsn&ds 0011 Ouita*. 
rfltguor Pitrcdes nnd Mr. M. Y. Ferrer. 

W GRAND DUO-Smuir.mido KOU^INI 

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6. UUORO 01* THE HI.OBIM6- Lombftrdi VBHDI 

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AT THE 

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Floe Bearer Sack Salt, from 30 to 41) 

Fine Ciiaalmere 8nlt. from ... *S to 8S 

Fine Hearer Faat. from IO to 15 

Fine CoMltnere P»ot. from T to IO 

Fine Velvet Teat, from 8 to 1» 

Fine ailU Cn.almere Veat. T to IO 

■V REMEMSBE THESE GARMENTS ABE ALL MADE 
TO OEDEB IN ANY STYLE TO SUIT THE POBOHASEB 
AND A PEaFBOT FIT OUABANTEED, OB NO SALE. 
LOiEOUl' FOB VOUB OWN INTEBESTS. AND ALSO 
FOB THE BIG SION OF 

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27, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



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0LOTHINO AND GENTS' FUBNI3HINO GOOD) IN THE 
OITV, AT EQUALLY' LOW PRICES. 

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AWARDED 15 PREMIUM8 

AT THE VARIOU8 FAIB8. 

For the Supenqrity_Oyer all Others. 

FOB SALE WH0LF.8ALE AND RETAIL. AT THE OLD 
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Cheer Houee, and at 

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311 KEAB.\Y STREET. BETWEEN PINE AND BC8H. 



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THUBSDAY AUGUST 15, 1872 

AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Metropolitan Theatre. 

To-night HoooptF Damply," which faae been 
for a period of ibree rears tbe moat poDaler the- 
atrical •ntwrtsinmeot la the United S:at«*. having 
rno one thoutand nlgbU al tbe Ulymelo Theatre, 
Hew York, will be predooed at tbe Metrop-.li'an 
Theatre. Borbory bu been engaged for moots* 
put oo acerery lor tbla piece, and e'l the incke 
and iruifoioutioii with which it wu or ft-iully 
produced io New York have been brought to this 
city- The toadlogcharacleiewUl b# filttd >■ fot- 
l«w«: Hanpiy Bampty, elUrwarda Clown, Toot 
Denier; Backle-my-Sboe, afterwards Pantaloon, 
Joe. M. Sloan: TommyTnokir, afterwards Harle- 
quin. A.L. Stew: Gosdy Two-Snoef. afterwards 
Qolnmbiae, M'lle Linda Do Rhone. Tntre are 
■eves distinct scenes io tbie pantomime 'of all 
pantomimes, for which it li calmed that it con- 
lain* mora trioia and startling changes, inexplica- 
ble transformations acd laugbeble riloalioos than 
toy Bre pantomimes togeiner. Wa hare oeverfhad 
a real pantomime la San Francisco (counting ont 
the Mertiaettis' Frenoh pantomimes), acd tbe 
inirodtaction ol this new style of entertainment 
will excite a veritable furore. 
Alhambra Thratrf. 

Dalebantyud Hengi-r. Bob Hart. Cool Bnr- 
gost, Sam Btckay, Charles Sntloa, and the rest of 
tbe brilltaot eombln»lios known aa Maguire 'e Cal- 
ifornia Minitrele will appear to-night io an im- 
meo.e programme of tones, danece. comio acta. 
groat political stomp speeob and ctber specialties. 
Tbe performance will conclude with Add Ryman'e 
vary laughable act. "How Tbioge Got Mixed.'* 
Bella Union. 

There 1a a little of ewir thing: in the admirabe 
programme performed a: tbie boose: doe music 
by B. Z mmer'scapi'al crcheaira; tweet singing by 
Mrs. Ubarlea Coriell, Mite Faonr Garreuo?, Miss 
Ida Fisk, Miaa Carri* Arm.t-ocg acd others; 
fonay scene* by Johnsi Toers. Harry Bib lair, 
Tommy Bart id, J. H. Larktn sod other*; origins' 
daaaesbytoe inimitable Rejnolde Bros. : doab'e 
song and d.nce by M«rieZ*el end Miss Jo*epb ; n*; 
anl ooLclod's wiih tne a.ar Log drama cf "Tte 
Dioeof D-itb." Mia< Kmoedy. ehtraeter actress 
and vocalist, and Jobo Enngtt, burltsqae orator 
and comedian, are underlined to appear oo Satur- 
day night. 
American Theatre. 

A grstt variety show ia given at tbis lively lit- 
tle theatre every ni«bt. Miea May Lsroy. Cogill 
and Cocp»r, Miae Joaie Haj&efd, Harry Howard, 
George Foster, acd a boat ot others appear in a 
first pan sad interlode, and in the dramas of "Tee 
Harder of tbe Ku Klax Elan" ttd "Tbe Drunk- 
ard " 
Piatt 1 * Halt 

To nicht a compimeotary concert to Signorina 
Adelina Sper.cr.., prima donna soprano, will taVe 
place at Piatt's Hall, under the direction efSignor 
Domenico Speranza. On thisocctfion Siguorina 
Assanta Speransa still make her rirstp spearaoc* 
in public io this city. A feature in the admirably 
arranged programme will be'.the choruses sang by 
the papils of the Itsliao Musical loetitite, whose 
proflcieocy is the tbeme of general commetda- 
t'on among tboee wbo have hetrd tfaem, Blgno- 
rica Adelina Speranza will eicg tbe Cavatina di 
Bosioa from tbe opera of " II Birbiere di Bi»- 
•lgHa;"aa aria by Belliei. and "El Eeiito," a Nes- 
pcl-tan tote in ooFtame. M. Y. Ferrer, tbe tel- 
ectcd pstformer oo the guitar; Louib Duoher, 
and S.RDor Pan-Jei »tl' i'«o a sfgt. TQe full, prc- 
giamme appears on oor firit page. Seat! esc be 
be eecered at tbe ball to-aavAvitcoot extra ch»rge. 
Jlacuirc'g Optra Eo«8f. 

Georce Francs Tra n bu,d Luotbcr -irge tense 
lait nigotacd cava a e -r.-icg discoorse oo everj- 
tbmg in general and Umgell io particular; the 
audience were tcoroagbly .c'.'.resved and amased 
throogboat This evening Mr. Train oromists 
tome starving exposorts of the Block Exohange 
rea'oas lor a rno en tbe bauk» and something 
about tne impending raatc. Be will also give bis 
platform. As Mr. Trj.it bat engagerseota to &peak 
in vatioue paita o! tee State, hfl .;c uold bot a 
few more meetings here. 
fli<i Anna Tfehllx*. 

A grand ma:iree piat will be giv:> 

on ^atu^dsy by Mies Anna Meblig. Kan FraucUco 
msy !e.-l proud of haring retai&trj the preaence of 
ids d stingnieked pianist* so 1'cg. Every con- 
cert has been we; attended, and toe DUtfXLM oo 
Saturday wit] be no exception to tbe role. A pro- 
gramme of Are eelecticne from tbe works of gec-d 
rxasters appears on our flietpate. Se**- may be 
sheared ob Fr.dts at Gray'e aVneie store without 
extra charge. 
Woodward'* Gardeng. 

Tbete beautiful garden* -re pec daily, and 
crowds v*6it tbem toee^ >j tbe c^m-^r-.as atirac- 
tioct of the seal pond, tbe menegerie. mneeem 
exaung ptvUsoo, etc. The Baislay Tamily will 
make their laat two appEaracoas on Saturday and 
Bnoday. Last grasd Skatbag Carnival, Batatday 
Bvenhigj, 

A5itoxTCai, Mrssrx One of the' most 

•ontplete coliectiocs of ;b* kind in the United 
states, comprising cocdredsof ooatly and beau- 
tifal «u models, is dai.y on v>ew (to gentlemen 
t* Uasena oo Montgomery street. As 
coat a.*i bo profitably rr*c h»- e. 

W : irr?:s«BB ass PtatrgREFfl.— Samnel 4 Ir- 
win, Blri, Escie, Hh Jessie errebt, cor. Third. 
Paj'W LaDglcg. All work to give aatiil'actlon.o 



About "The Bcnool r*r Scandal. '* 

Tbe comedy of " The 8ohool Tor Sctndal" 
was first performed at Drory Lsne Tbest'e 
on the 8th of May. 1777. and was cast ae fol- 
lows: Sir Peter, Mr. King: Oharlee Sur- 
face, Mr. Smith (gentleman); Joseph, Mr. 
Palmer; Sir Oliver, Mr. Yate#; Crtbtree, 
Mr. PareoDB; Sir Becjamin, Mr. Dodd; Mo- 
■ee, Mr. Bradley; Trip, Mr. Lamarab; 
Snake, Mr. Packer; Rowley, Mr. J. Aiken, 
CareleBa, Mr. Farren; Sir Harry, Mr. Gaw- 
drr; Lady Teazle, Mr*. Abdington; Mre. 
Candor, Mrs. Pope; Lady Sneerwel), Mibs 
Sherry, Maria, Miae Hopkins. Tbe London 
Magazine saya "The School fit Scandal," 
that school which knows no vacation io this 
world, can never want for scholars so Ions 
ts li'e and wit and elegant Batire are per- 
mitted to hoose together. "The School for 
Scandal," indeed, most live. To remember 
the personages of this oauatio and elegant 
play is to revive recollections of brave wits 
and elegant satirists, and to keep the beet 
and brightest company." There is doubt 
however about Sheridan btiog the author. 
Moore says: "In a late work profeaeiogto 
be the memoirs of Mr. Sheridan, there are 
some wise doubts as ta his being the author 
of "The School for Scandal," to which i 
should not have thought while to allude— it 
is an old trick of detraction, and one of 
whioh it never tirea, to father the worka of 
eminent authors upon others. And thus 
Sheridan must surrender the glory of hav- 
ing written tbe comedy to a certain anony- 
mous yonng lady, who died of consumption 
in Thamet street. ' Moore has filled eev- 
pagea with extracts from 8heridan'8 papers, 
from which it aprwars that the play was the 
result of many and doubtful experiments 
and arrived atop by etep to perfection. Miss 
Farren succeeded Mrs. Abingdon as Lady 
Teaz'di and John Kenible succeeded Mr. 
Smith ae Charles Surface. 



THE BELLS THAT RAKG KIL1C A BRIDE. 

wou>a a»D arcsic by yaac. itbtxb. 
(Subject for a Drama of the sime nixce 
by B. B . On , Efq) 
"Tbe Eunligbt was high on the zcountala, 
The dew aprent the TBlley below. 
When a maiden g»z>d in a c'aar fountain, 
Which, nilected, her image did show. 
Her face wae with pleasure elated. 
Her eyes Veamed iriih joy, and with pride. 
And ahe murmured a prayer while ehe waited 
For the belli to ring Nellie a bride. 
A hand touched her ahoulder: ahe BUrted, 
And turned with a look of surprise. 
Bat somebody roguishly darted 
A glance from two bonny black eye?. 
'Twas William, who on thli glad moralng 
No longer could k*ep from her eirJe: 
So together they wait for the warning 
01 the bellBtorlngNel llaa bride." 

ft Scientific Revenge. 

A terribly scientific revenge was recently 
takeo by a young chemist in Venice named 
Orlando Farnerini. He loved a yonnghidy, 
but she loved another, who was a tsilor. 
Orlander owed him money, and sent word 
he would pay it if the tailor and hie be- 
trothed would visit him inhia laboratory. 
The invitation was accepted, and Orlando 
slyly got them to take part in electrical ex- 
periments. He bade them give him their 
hands, put one pole of a Bumkorf apparatus 
between the girl's fingers and the other in- 
to the tailor's hand, and then joined cur- 
rente. The lovers fell to the ground in con- 
vulsive fits, but Farnerini only laughed. 
After trying to disengage themselves frem 
the apparatus in vain, in five minutes they 
became distorted corpses. Farnerini with 
the utmost "sangfroid" reported tbe matter 
t3 the police and gave himself up. 



Foreign and Domestic Drugs. 

Aasayere, Bakers, Cod lection ere, Hair Dreea- 
ers. Dyers, and all manufacturers needing drug. 
giat's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the csBh price list of Strob, bebrcidt 
ft Co., importers, (BuccecEorstoBugA Schmidt) 
635 Commercial et.. one door Delow Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Horton's Tobacco Antidote, it 



What 011001- Liaunrtry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat 
ro oiled by ever ybody. • 

Dear Mel How She Paints] 

N. B. — Use DicxsTT'a famous Cbxmx de Lis 
and they can't aee it. a 

Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Bnas House Carriages, can be 

found in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner B h and Mont- 
gomery Bts., or Dexter Stables. Carriaee orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



Waehlna .Returned In One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Larradrv. 



Two Splendid Songs! 



10.000 Bats. 

Acre.* tecrifize io hats ia tow taing made at 

in Store, it: Waihinctoa strest, brio* 

Kearcy. As endless variety or styles at pn:es 

tbat defy eomp-titioe). Ba sure to eall II Tbe' 

Hat Store bstore por chasing, and see bow cheap 



FresU an i trweel . 

F -<rebeet confectionery, ro to Canty acd 
Wagtsr's, It: Montgomery- St. c»ir BaUer, M 



X>o You Know 

That with Bcttebjct'b ParTEE«rf you can cut 
ai2 mate any garment tc fit perfectlyl Send 
pottage etamr. for m Illustrated catalogue. E. 
t. E.-Icg, agent, office cf the Howe Sewing 
JSftS!" 2° V 3 E,, * raT Bt? « t ' »«"re*a Butt = 

ace roet, ^ax 'VanejftcQ, «^ 



Hair -J eHry mmu 
H. A. CsIIt: 



to Order. 

eg Jewel 






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Let Her Flap. 

Tois is the way Tilton talks about his Me- 
ter, Susan B. An;houy : "She alighted, 
dove like, in the midst of the Cincinnaii 
Convention, and found no restiDg-place for 
her pretty feet in that surging flood. She 
came down upon Baltimore, like en eagle 
descending from Ler monnttin eyrie to 
snatch a kid from the fleck, but was Ecared 
away without so much as one little lamb to 
flesh her beak upon. At Fhiladelptia, 
however, it was otherwise; there she and 
her eietsra found recognition, and upon 
Philadelphia she drops her benediction, and 
over its doiogs flaps her wirjgs." As long 
asehedoes'nt comeback to San Francisco 
she may flap over Philadelphia ae long ae 
she likes. 

Grand Masquerade Carnival Ball 

Al the City Gardens, for tbe benefit c f Mme. 
Aline Ls Favre, on Thursday evening, August 
15th. _ • 

Removal. 

KeweU'e Paragon Shirt Bazaar haB bees doing 
t n immense beelnesE for the past year though 
hidden away up two flights of stairs. Not? it 
has come out in toll view of everyone and iB es- 
tablished at ISO Montgomery Etreet, Occidental 
Hotel building, and 1b cow fast monopolising 
all the fashionable custom of tbe city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
shirts at low prices, and Keweli'e ehlrts cover 
tbe manly breasts of onr heft citizens. a 



T>E BBODIE'B WoNTSEBFrL RkTCMAtiC Lr>*J- 

Hr.:>T. Then you'll remember me. a 



Wew Style Jewelry. 

Strangers and others contemplating making 
purchases of Jl- tnepect A. Eirtch- 

mati's elegsnt stock of new My lea of jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 189 Kearny Btreet, 
between Sutter and Post. EverytLing at lowest 
cash rates. r 



Bemoval. 

H J Maonics, Oyster desicr, fernrer'j' cf Un 
Bine Wing Saloon. Montgoa-erj- Street, has re- 
moved to tbe Charter Oak SalocD corner of Howard 
and Third Streets, where he bas iccreaced facil- 
ities for cervine; the best sbttl Deb, cbops, e teaks 
etc., Id marktt in e'tgant etjle. Bis eld friends 
and t£e public etr.eral]j are isvited to give him 
a ca'L 



f30<» Pairs ol Socke, 
At all prices, atthe What Okeer Lane cry. 



Old. Established. IsS-^rlt. 

Tbe oldest established shirt sianulactory and 
the beet in the city Is the Pjosexr Shtjc: 
UaKTFAcroBT, No. £17 Kearny etreet, between 
Pine and Bath. Everything in the way of gen. 
tleinen'e furnishing good* at the^owe.- 



Car and Steamer News &.g€iicy* 

A. Kronberg, the neve agent foe tbe steamer 
Oapltal and the oars of tbe C. P. B. B., beside* 
attending to the dally dietrfbnt&n of Fiqabo 
among the passengers thereon, tucplies tbem 
with the latest San Fraccisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated ptpere and Eiagaslncs, 
at San Francisco pricea • 

Clean Your Wall*. 
James C. Sellers, wbUner, £1 Second «ireet. 



Good. rClilxift-e. 

Those wbo can appreciate acytblng rice, lus- 
cious and plqnante, are invited to call in at 330 
Bosh street, nearly opposite the Alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jonee ft: Bchroeder'e celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 u. to 12 at night, c*. 

»i 

The Old Oyater House. 

For the last eight years The Bivalve kept by W 
Spreen 644 Market street, has been the fashionable 
oyster hoaae of San Francisco. Tbe private rooms 
op stairs are rerr popular for wedding parties and 
forpe.- parties. After tbe theatrical) at ice Bt- 
Talve three doers below Kearny for joar oysters. 

Oalx Poisoning. 

The scientific, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Post street. No cure, 
no pay. z 

For Waemng 

Shirts, $1 w per doz.; small pieces, 50c. per 
-112. At the What Cheer Lsnndry. • 

A BZiL HiVAKA at Marks W 

■ 



OPEN T 

STEPHEN MA88ETT. 

THE BELLS THAT RANG NELLIE A BRIDE 

FEED LT8TEB 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellers And Stationer*, 
H. H. Hoore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant 

Batchers. 
Lnmsden, Jobo E., Stall 9, Occidental Marian 

Sntter etreet side 
KiU, Fred, Stalls 91 to 100. California Market. 

Bran P«nnderle>e> 
Weed A Kingwel), Oalifornia, 125 First sU 

Clothing (Retail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, oor. Fin*. 

French Funcy Ooexl*. 
Looan A Co., 19 Msmtgomery, 107 and 109 Setter, 

Human Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. A Oo., 110 Second etreet. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Levels made and. repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker, W. A Hinr, G and 7 Butter, and 506 Market. 

Music and Musical Instrument*. 

Keene, C. 0., mftr. accord iane, repairer of all kind* 

mnsioal inatnuaente, 203 Kearoy. 

Haceoronl M unnfaclurer*. 

Erifmardsllo. Maochiavello A Co., TW Bansf me. . 

News and Stationery Stand. 
A, F. P&ttoo, Esetern papers, etc, COO Market et. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane A Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Sewlns; Machines, 
w illcox AGibhs.S. M. Co., 113 Post a u 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery 

'Wines aed Llqnors (wholesale). 
Danerl F. A Co.. 504 Front- 

Whltener. 
James O. Sellers, No. 31 Second street 



JUST ISSUED AT 



GRAY'S MUSIC STORE, 

6S3 CL1Y 8TBEET. [anlt 4t 



CUnginn; A iTeet io n. 

A Minnesota Bheriff kindly allowed a oon- 
Tict to step outside tbe penitentiary a mo- 
ment to kiss his wife, and the family tie 
proved so strong tbat he bas not yet re- 
turned, he was quite carried away by the 

meeting. 

Oysters. 
In Etrolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did mske a Ecreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made that window feem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of tbe eea. 
"Stop," said my friend, "lef a go in here— 
It looks so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I eald, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner bad we found a Beat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish — 
Bald they had almoBt any dish 
That we might name. We found It true. 
And cocked magmfxmiXy, too; 
All klndB of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every elyle; just think of that, 
And if your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
Thev'd clam tand crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That coay place all kinds of gsme, 
Fifth, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have found, 'twould eeem, 
That they have here the beBt ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little tinners. 
To get what they call "such Dice dinners," 
Whoever doubts tbis let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Wbo goes there once will go again, 
Paciic Oyster Hocee, §37 Bush stress, above 
Montgomery; open PsyandMnht. 

CHAULEt HAAEE. Proprietor. 



KTOTIOE 

TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



The Jjatirel Palace. 

In Loudon and Fsrie are many beautiful sa- 
I00KB where wines and other liquid refresh- 
ments are dk>pe:ieed. search these cities 
through and it if doubtful whether you could 
and one equalling 13 beauty, taB'elul adore* 
meat and elegunce the Lv.irel Palace, J£St 
completed byXr.GtorgeEabmsL.at the north- 
west corner of Bush and KearLy Streets. No- 
thing like It has ever been Feen, never wis finch 
elaborate decoration lavish-id on a saloon. The 
Interior 1b fitted-up throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on all sides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed in the most artistic man- 
ner, the patstlDgs of Ecroll work, fiiga, and 
clusters of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality in keeping with the costliness of tbe 
saloon. Everything is tbe beet that money can 
procure. Etre vintages of wine, the cbotCBBt 
brandies, and the very best brands of domestic 
spirits may be found heie. A spacious cellir 
runs under the bsIood, and here are stored, In 
tiers, liquors ana wines In the wood. The 
Laurel Palace will be a lavorlte resort for those 
seeking refreshment after the theatre and be- 
tween tbe acts, aid will be flmous as a reliable 
rlace for the purchase of lamely stores, in the 
way of wines and liquors. 



Squarza*s Punches. 

One of the most famous inslitatione of Cali- 
fornia Is Squarza's Punct. It is found in every 
ci£y, village acd mining camp in the State. It 
le delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
else. The proprietor of Ibis delightful bever- 
age notifies his patrons tkst he bas opened at 
No. 317 Seamy Btreet, between Pine and Bush 
streets, a Beasce of his old and popular sym- 
posium on Leldeeooirf street, *• 



The Best Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
ry'e Webfoot PUle, for all billons complaints. 
I. B. Qates and Co., comer Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. * 



Wriett Cheer Launary 
Is the beet lanndry in San Francleco 

AV Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodging! In a 
Central location, should visit tbe Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine euitee cf rooms to let there* 
The building is a very fine one and Is well 
lighted and ventllatsd. • 



To the Unfortunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney Etreet 

corner of Commercial. Eeiablit-hed in 1854, for 

the treatment of chronic and special com- 

aialnta. Dr. G: ..„ n0 charge un- 

.■ 



BOARD OT EQUALIZATION 
ASSESSMENTS. 

DUBLIC NOTICE IS HEKIBY 
called to the following redactions — oft 
rich men** property— made by Ihe Ilonrd 
of Supervisor* now- la session as a 
'Beard of JTqnaltzatlon," tabes, from 
he Eveolnic Bulletin of Uonday, July 
23d, 1873: 
Bank of California Building, from $125,000 to 

njno. 

W. A. Macondray. lot on Sansome sireet, from 
$65.1.00 to $63.00"'. 

E. W. Burr, lots and buildings in Twelfth Dis- 
trict, from $173,800 to * 26.QUU. 

DenDia Mabonny. lots on Facific, Larkin and 
Jsckeon atrett?, $44,0(0 to $33,000. 

D. Mabonav, buildings on Polk and Jackson 
streete, $20,000 to $]S.iW). 

Goddard A Co., baildtues occop ; ed by Pacific 
Iron Wcrke, First Blreet. $3u,000 to $20,000. 

Rudolph Jordan, the old ' Upper Restaurant 
bnildiDg, Wa5hin*iOD eireet $2 ,(.03 to $12,000. 

Rudolph Jordan lot SOxlM. $2!Ul0 10 $12,000. 

Robert Watt, hoildirer. $26,000 oSM.UOO. 

H. D. Cocswell. iwo-stcry briok building' aod 
basement, BO16O, nortbeset corner of CLirk and 
Front etreets, $20,00!* to$.5.0c0, 

Etc., etc., etc., etc. 

Let any poor men compare the rednc* 
ttoBs made above on the properly of 
these wealthy citizens with that made 
on his own little homestead— If ike Board 
deigned to make any— and remember tbat 
these men ore mostly chrorlc office seek' 
em. and will be sore to be Up for some 
office at the next election. Is there any 
any poor man who nonld vote for them 
again for Supervisors, to give them on 
opportunity to form another Board of 
Pqoullzatlon— fer the Blch. 

»24tf A. O 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.K. cor. uTaeatson arwl Kearny its, 

THE GREAT ERADIOAT OR OF SPKCLUt 
1 COMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Hospital 
London. *Qd the last twelve years of San Fraacis- 
00. DK. TOZER informs the afflictod that after 
sieitingall the HOSPITALS 1.1 LONDON ANT> 
PARIS and spending oneyearin the mtst oels- 
brated Hospital In London, tbe LOOK, he hss re- 
opened his old Medical lush tuts at tbe old etand. 
where he can nlwajs be found. DR. IOZER hai 
for forty years mft with unpiralleled succtee in the 
treatment of di-ea=.e ceaerally known as CHRON- 
IC AND SPECIAL COMPLAINTS. DR. TOZKR 
is in every way responsible, bicding himself to 
cSeot a prrmanent ct e, or makinc no charges » 
Tbo?e who oannot rflotd to pay for advice sod 
medicine will be charged for medicice only. TUB 
MONTHLY RRbTORATIVE PILES, never know« 
to fail in giving relief in cases for which they art 
recenmmend^d, are 10 he obtained only at mj 
office. Pric« ? : ' per box. Foil direction on each 
box, sent by Fxp.ess or otherwise. 

DR. TCZER dees not imitate the advertising 
Qaacks who make it a practice to ptlbiieb false 
nffidavits tod other false reference?, bat refers t» 1 
the most respectable people in the State, whom be 
has cubed of dlee-isee wL.ch others have i Ailed to 
care. 

PB, CITAS. n. TOZKR, 
N. E. comer Kearny and; Jackson streets, 
n!2 tf Ssn Vrsncisoo. 

DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON, MAGNETIC HEALER — 
Dr. M has teen highly t ^.c.eesfal »n treating 
Paraljfis, Deifoesi, Debility, SDd Icnimmstoiv 
Disease?, acute or chronic, of all tbe organs of 
the body. Diseases of Ladits treated with the 
utmost delicacy. 

MRS. ALBERT MORTON, CLAIRVOYANT 
MEDI'-AL AND BUSINESS MEDIUM, AND 
PSYCHOMfcTRIST. 

Clairvoianc examination? for d>Bfa?e in person, 
.r from hair. Spirit communications Peycho— 
metrical readings of character from letters, and 
analyst of ores. 

Mrs. Morton's Guides hare been very successful 
in directing many ol the leading citizens of Eottoa 
I_ Medical, Leeal and EiitinefB matters. Hours 
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.V. 

11 CFARRELL ST., San Francisco. jj231m 



AC - 



Xlie X-vro 
C*OT SCOTCB'S.' 

! near Kearny, 



15 Morton street 
....ABU 
188 Sutler street, 1 door below Kearny 

All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c. 

HOT JLTNCH JETIHI KIGHT, 

Engrlish Ale on JDraugrlit 

FF-I.DMAXN- A BBIS6S. 



HARKS WILZINSKI, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

DEALER IN 

Havana Cigars and Tobacco, 

KOBTHEAST corner of 

MCSH A.VB XflBJT 8TKE1TS. 
S4N ^RA^•C 1 ISCO. jylSlm 



IBEAIK2 ROTISBtRIE, 
*** Dapont .t., one door oontb of Bank. 

E. MAJHJHAND ATE OF THi 

RotiHsrie RnuariDt" of th, Unioi 
Olab r'roprietor.— Tb, Tnbte prov 
dou wilt ill tbe Delicacies of the season. 
ssr-OrgTBB.g IB gVEBY S-rYtB „ir 



AMERICAN EXCHANCE, 

HAYWARDS. 

TONTOAKES .„„ PROPRIETOR 

3EXotel. 



Pin 



Class 

THE MUSIOit INSTITUTE OF 
MAES.-RU D. SPERANZA is co» 
open for olsj-Bes end privAte oaeils Annt. 

Powell street. mZttl 



LADIES, READ THIS! 

T\0 NOT ALLOW YOUR8ELVE8 TO BE IM- 
posed apoo any longer by Dorohaaiss TUCK. 
■ABKEB8 vfhich are neither durable nor 
practical. Before pnrcbasiog one, try Graff it Co 'a 
make, and it yon hare one a.ready that is not Graff 
& Co'e make, thron it -way. get a good one, and 
yon will save both time and money. The self-reg- 
istering siidf ? of Graff A Co's TUCK MARKER 
are invalosble, and csght to he examined bj all 
ladies. F. SMITH. 

Sc> Agant ao£ MannfaotQrer-, 
jylSlro So. QSS Sacramento et. (noajairs ) 



TO Xj ET. 

FURNISHED SUITS OR SINGLE ROOMS* 

...AT TEE.... 

WEBB MOUSE, 

U? Second etreet, opposite Orand HoteL 

rpBIS BOTJSE HASFLNE STJRNY ROOMS, 
X with a Restiorent connected: also, Batha, 
with hur acd cold VfMer. 1 t--'ion withitp a Qaist 
and eeiect place wocld do well to call end sett- 
them. jj 12 lm 



CENTRAL. 



Families in Ihe city. Private ^HC*XiU 

entrance forLadi>>'. Heir Catting, Shaving and. 
Shampooiog. Uhildren't Hair ceai'y ont. Ladies' 
SQampoo'ng 50 ceots. 
j.lTlin L CORRITEAO.PrOprictar. 



ef. C. COMBES. 
'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehaiia ati t *ta. 

f- Terrapin oonstantly on bantL 
Orstera in every etylfl. PRFPATB 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PAB-TUa. 
mhSl lu 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

CHAS. V. BERGOtD, PROPRIETOR. 

THI 
an 



OLDEST ESTABLISHED^ 
and moet prjralir Reatanrant inl 
Sao Fra&cioco. The Tables are eop- " 

pbed with the best in market Board- 

by the week. AOS PIKE BTRE£T, jneUbtn** 
Montgomery. mar> lm 



V^^ 



MRS. M. A CTJMMING9, 

\|AONETrp AND TRAMOE HEALING MK=- 

Avxdiam, :,ogj-t :cora eir t et. P obiitCir— 
es, Tuesdays, W-oneBdye, and Fridajs, at7:» 
M.P. Admieifio ^?eent*. jy22 lm 





"If CLAY Aft 




LOME'S RED LION 

^.ALOOA. 19 Geirya;re*t, near 

Kearny and Dapoat. 19- Tho 

WiDP« and Lioncra 

Hnglibf! 

«r*y# Onfl 

OLD UaVL XtSOE* t>iuisees Mao.,- 
V> atttsd. 





inmsiac wtts 
IX L lj:tioa Sice. 

osra rnicn 




•t 36 I'montqomerVs 

►^ ^ Horn 



HOTEL, 

W *•-. «■• >.,■■■ Mml, 
PVAMMOa 



iai rm 4 von co. raiD4T. xt-ocrr i». 1 



»•.. xvi. a^ t«. 






oriAisrjD II1W ALHABBBA TMATRfl. 

•RTICULTURAL: : 

LORAL FAIR! 

Horticultural Society rr ,, 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

„.,M..n Mart 

J(C»jaLX7*IX-XO INT 

JLtocktom and »o»t st*cct«' 



NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 






Maguire's Galiforaia Minstrels! 



ITBBT ITUIIO DCBIW© TBI WHS. ABD AATOBDAT AFTEBMOOB AT t. 
I*nrt 1 I.Hi-.l.nt.-rMhHTi.nl ,, In M1....11 



I f» b»»b • f* -<*•'<• 

V Ureal Varfrt) Sh..» 1 Kigali 






M r-r I. 



1 -est Hall in the United Stales! 

Tsantfiar iRgi 

Ve> rn.nii r (I lit* 



uaiD-n. nw ' 



■aouirtb oalifoimia mikiitbu.i 

• «« RimZEY 
WII.IIB IIAVB* 

J U RUSSELL 



Mnr-( load* and Storm* M. Aln«li>> Srotl A Mnpilro'iiCalirornialllmtrrU 



Pnp» B*"or«nri«1- 



oil„. 



»W<i(it>l«Mtl«»W<k' 
M fcr M4 rOWl 11-rvUM *lk V.lli* «V*r A«. I 

t *■*» van, eoS *U to m l m A arool rii; »»«•! H4 

O IK CASH PREMIUMS 

,r*or I, re,.- 

1*1 rmAo. tooo vinkj at Mr «»U wrse 

Grand Concert 

•iki-Mii-B •«"> mtor a dciLorm 
mm vm •/t •* utUAO Oncmamu. >mmprm»t 
1 tf>M*H of «ta ft8i-*J Am Wtt wr|H to 
litMMMlW strait** »-••*- >!*«■>»■>■ •>»< •▼«•. 
*H **>• *bn* •* *•* r Jf. iM p-o*o»-»' of vhloA 



TV-***.., .4-*hiib C Om C**.l<-aa.ti 

...si •© 

•«»llll!i| '»«* too* -.«•« a R»v 

<»•* Jar*«tl« ■■»- 

t *• 

MN.»IV..HUIl(f»b. 

>. as*** b« t**lv*r^*f ?«:• i' or rat-riita*. 
■ — >*l» m « l < fr-a. mMIM M MtMort, at th. 
UM/ •* U« pA<iu*» »>.«. Mail* *r U>tni»-i 



I »1i Milt »il a*. mkM i*Um tw4or**l b- lb» Tr»»»tit*r. 






MtWAUKBm 
LArJDtS. I K I. RE1MER. 

w.LLIAM « in. 

r. •U.MilB'vllj. 

.i t N. 
bomtbt T. nrror, iWuinp. 



Soaator Barton Political Sltaatioas 



in THIIR 1IIIVII. 5 iVI AID DUCK 

■W^3LTL.ECXI<Sr<3- IN TTiailD STARIjIOHT 



opera nocrrt buklesqi < 

MIXSTRRLSY. MEORO .CTi. 

A CT 

atTIMA.TR DRAMA 



THU EVENIRO AUGUST 1« 



llcS F>ro«r 



TUB BSJIBATIOSAL II. AT OF 

THE aUROER OF THE KLU KLUX KLIHI 



70BIZI MATPIBLD. 

OOOXF-aXj »nd OOOPHH 

— IB — 

"THf TWO IfHMMIM,' «"D "If »T OISTRAI f Alt. < 



Mii« Kay Leror. the Popular Danssaia. 



(IRE AT HIT or 



«1in RT«(»|IM»1»'I RIB HART 

I ROBINBONl MR- BMITH , .H. A. BOOTT 

THE GREAT COOL BURGESS IN HI8 ALBUM OF FUN 

Th« wkoU to oodcIuc* with R/mto'4 Ori<toU Skttch ootitlM 

HOW TUNAS flOT MIXED! 



TORT-A •••r 1 n 

/.AL-A T*Ai*f Old Nh.. 
AtA.T JAKK-A. Old Mtid 



..AnDRVMAtlDimi'T-Ao Irlrt S.r.vv. 
...BUB HAKf I bl. DY-M.1.1 Aojlhim ... 



BAH "InKKY 

I HRNOLKK 
.Ml 13 maV 0IB3UN 



MO>OAT tVKNISG A BflaftlSlll— First AppflknnoA of 

W. F. BAKER, lb< OaUBraled Tuor. O. D. ROCKIFELIEU, Ibi OjlebrtUd Alto. »nd 

I. McANDREWS, the Great and Original Plantation Darkey. 



PRICKS Or ADMISSION 

•■na riBci.r ._.. otsk nor. 1. Art 

OKillMBA < H tIBI rirVT CE1BTBJ 

rABUivrr twhstluti ck»t« 



B7" All BltlA A*>lBlt thn AlttAibbrk Tbnatrfl malt b« pr«*ent<«4 hom^fuir on Monday. 
1 ri«Pl*ao BMd u from tb« bonM of KotUor. Obtw a Oo.. 688 OUT ■met. Agent* for the o«lebr»t«d OhlokorlBt PIAno 



THE MURDER 



K.\i-lilvix ZS.lan 

Monro* Iltrry Bovftrd 

Driad l*rtwlOo«B«M> 

Uoo1«E*a Ilarrr t>»r»Oo 

Andy Mr. Skoioll 

WtvlUtw Ooorfo Poo tor 

Jim Ob»H»i0orU 

Allloo M*f L*»ro» 

Roolo Loo'** riioiai»rBj 

Lfn» Wm*nr Woboior 

AOBtMATT JUDirlF^Bl 



ITT PB8PABATI0N- 

The Six Fast Women of San Francisco 



AJkMUaSIOlY •* OcaU 

Entravaoo to Pnrato Bom* on Sattor atroet. 



IK HODCL I.«tl»0|<40 HUl-M. 

ft ORR.sRB.rpl*! 
.Mradarff at*. 

•trp*rt, «■>. 
Lke ri ma> 

if * OOTRKLU 



pacific house/ v; 

DLYMPIC H0US£,".=7J 



Magary & Co., successors to Harvey M. Lockwood «£ Co. 

B-pT.TltJTlTTI ASSOBTMEMI OP 

Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, jnst Arrived. 

aronis priob. >•. 'J.ii KF.tmr mtkekt. iii-.twkkx ncne abb hutthk. 



BALDWIN'S 

DAIRY BUTTER 

•VNono noaloo onloii nrocar >rt from ttio S->i t 
Ajient, N B. TKKWILLIOU.B. Sj ; i.lN «»„»o<l M 



-■htofion Msrkol. 



I. K BM.DWi; 



ISUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE 



IIS LVEHIWO 



AUGUST 16 



1009 PRESIDENTIAL 

[mi Conventioul 



.AST LECTURE BUT ONE 



IrrivaMLifjhe Comet! 

GEORGE FRANCIS 



'he People's Candidate 

FOB 

'BHSIBINT! 



TEnin and the People Against Grant 
and the Th eves! 

War with England! 



3EP X OAIIO, 

....TbTS.... 

ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 

....OIBOUIiATES IN .... 

All the Theatres!, 

AMD U 

CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 

IK TBK YEAR, 

GrENBaALLT THR0U8H0DT THE CTTT 



Oo tibte B UTS and CABS 



p»«a.y or Fignt 

\i I IMOir^^ 



.PECIE PATMENTS ABOLISHED FOREVER 

imiKMlOX^^TZJ. .7,ZZZ*9mnw\ »« CK.1TI 
*T.to ihuf » lotnmtmA Mkti. 



PIONHJCK IBOX AfAlBUrACTTOKT. 




■a-Toomotl CLEOANT OOSTOU wobk IN tbboity 
ObII Rnd oxAsalB* (oodj cad dHooo. BKERB A MATNABD 
1 ••• a*Mtif slioou so* door Boatta of Btmix 



ATTENTION ! 
ATTENTION 
ATTENTION! 



IMMENSE REDUCTION 

AT THE 

GREAT TAILORING HOUSE 

OF 

G. ABRAHAM 

27, 33 and 36 Second-st., 

AS TBK FOLLOWINO LIST OF PttlOES WILL PBOTEf 

Flno Ileuver Frock Bait* from VAO to SSO 

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27, 33 and 35 Second Street. 



e»-AL80, THE LARGEST 8TO0K OF BEADY-MADS 
OLOTBIRG AND GENTS' FOBWUHI.VO OOODj IH THE 
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33 and 33 Second street. 



TRY SPUARZA'S PUNCHES 




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AT THE VARIOUS FAIRS, 

For the Superiority Over all Others. 

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^FIGARO." 

THE JOTJB NAX OF AM PSEMIKTB. 
Published every Dw '*» th* Year by 
P. BOGABDUS 

*»* Merehont and CSS Washington sts. 

Below Montffom^T. Sen Fraoctsoo. 



FRIDAY ..AUGUST 10. 1872 



AMUSEMENT8* Etc 

Metropolitan Theatre, 

The production last nigtt •! Fox A Deoler'e 
woild-rsnowosd pantomime, '■Hampty Dampty," 
4tjd the first appearance of Tonj Deoier, the fa- 
mous down and pantomlmlst, were at.raot.ODS 
poflkienl to crowd the yetr-poMten Th#atre in 
«?ery perl. All the alslca were rcoapkd, tad 
studios roots w.s «t a premium. " Hampty 
Dne3pty"wes produced la-t night nnd»r ciroam- 
sieooee lees aasploioos then hed beeo tn kipoted. 
A. W. Uflttirj, the taaileqaln of the troape, met 
with en unfor.nn.le accident on the eleimer oa 
me way here, a pilch of the Teetel during rongb 
weather having thrown him down a hatchway end 
broken hie arm. Then It wee fonod that the gor- 
geous soeaery en which Barbary bee beonat work 
tor monthi peet in order to be toady for any spec- 
tacular pteee tbet might be pat on, coald cot be 
completed for "Hnmply Damply," the work on it 
being teo maoh to eooompliab in a harry. The 
• vber drawbacks of a company of soperoumera- 
nee oooeed to pantomime, end a little bitching of 
tricks on the flrel night, were of course expected, 
and the audience hed bat f aw of theee faolle to 
make allowaooe for. Tony D*nler ft a whole ehow 
In bimeilf; there never was a clown with each a 
•mile- It Ib positively prct'y ia spite of white leal 
and black paint. His countenance ia wonderfully 
•xprteeive, and every movement ia comical. His 
exhibition of the trained elephant and remark- 
able performance with tbe wooden-headed acro- 
bats were great features, and he wondeifal danoe 
on stilts drew Immer/BS applause, To attempt to 
describe one-fourth of the funoy thloge which 
tbia gifted son cf Momua did leat night would 
take op about two columns of this neper. Ae 
everyone le going ti see "Hsmpty Dompty," there 
la no neocseily for us to do more than tell how 
tome of tbe perlormers acquitted themselves. 
Joe. M. Sloan ae Pantal'on ably seconded Tony 
Denier in all hie fan, aod tumbled about the stage 
aa if made of India- rubber inaie-d of fi-Bb, blood 
and booea.BM lie Linda de Kboda made a grace- 
fnl and IntercHmg Columbine ; and A. L. Stacy, 
wbo undertook with ecarosly an; rehearsal tbe 
part of Harlequin , d Burvte oiodit 1 >r the manner 
in wbiob it was performed, Misa Maggie Moore 
enlivened one scene In this olla pod rid a of acts, 
joBtn. aoaga and musio. with a song and dance 
which ebe oivuated in her u^unl charming style, 
and another with an artistic olog dance. Tbe 
iransforniaion so^neand tableau with which the 
pantomimo concludes ie very pretty. "Humpiy 
Damply" will bo pi'ijed to-niicbt, at the maunoo 
to-morrow, aod ewry nitht uotii fariber nonce. 
The performance to-n .*,&'. will of oourea preeen'. a 
marked improvement oo that of Un.tDi.rLt, first 
oighia of opens and panto nit mee being very often 
far from perfect. 

Alhambra Theatre. 

To-night, Sonator Hart will give a luoid expla- 
nation of the "Political Situation;' Delehan'y an 
UengUr will appear in their original cons and 
danoe, "WalkiDg in Ihe Starlight;" Bob Hart, 
Add Ryman.M. A. Soottand J Robinson in "The 
Dead Beets;" Cool Burgess in his Album of Fur, 
and Hiss Fanny Oibeon. Sam Rickey, Bob Hart 
T. Heoglsr and Add Rimao in "How Things Got 
Mixed." This rich and varied melange will be pre- 
eeeded by a capital first Dart, in which Obarle 
Button and 8«m Rlok*y cause much amusement 
on tbe eads, and the flue voices of J. G. RubbsM 
nod Willie Hayes are beard to advantage in popu- 
lar ballade. Th* foil pngramne will be per- 
f ormvd at the matinee to-morrow. 

Bella Union. 

Mat Ke'ly'e (Oog, "Horace Greeley," is a nopn- 
lirf.atuiein the first part performance st this 
tbea're; tbe op* ratio overture arranged by F. 
Zim mer is very pretty, and the walk-arouud whiob 
oonoludes thiB portion of tbe isotert&inment is very 
lively. Tbe act cf "Amulet" by Oharlea Rey- 
nolds, Harry Sinclair and 1 o nmy Barton, is very 
a aiming ; Mr. and Charles Co. i ell and George Rey- 
nolds are very nocd in tbe f irce of "Oppoitoo 
Oppppcd," ard "The Dree of Death "terminates 
a lively and attractive performance. A great b 11 
is in preparation for Saturday night and two new 
a-tiotn will mako tboir appearance: Mice Kennedy 
obarutor aoress aod voualiei, und John kniigbt, 
bur.u.tpu orator and Ethiopian comedian. 

American Theatre. 

Cogilland Coop«r In "The Two Beojim'ns" and 
' 'Dp at Central Park;" Mite May Leroy in popular 
dauoee, and the whole company io the sensation 
drama of "The Murder of Ihe Ku Kin Klau" will 
amuao a large audience at thts house to-nifeht. 

Mugnlre's Opera House. 

George Frsnois Train expounded his principles 
and laid down bis p'atform last olght fo tbe gen- 
eral satiefaotion of all present. Everyone has 
something to say against George Francis Train; 
eery fool seems to think he has a right to laugh at 
a man who certainly boa a large fund of informa- 
tion and Imparts it in a most original style, but 
everyone «o+ a to bea» bira. Pome of tbe subject* 
ft bis speech t -night are given on our first page. 
Tulr will be tbe last appeatanoe but one of Mr. 
Train in tbia eity. 

JHI*b Anna M**hllg, 

A grand malic ec piaco forte recital will be given 
to-morrow at two o'clock at i ho above-mentioned 
hall by Mies Anna Mebilg, the talen'ed pianiete. 
The piogramme comprises seleotiooa from the 
works of Beethoven, oohnmao, Schubert, Chopin, 
Rablostilo, atd Lira 1 . Bests can be reserved to 
dav at ttray's Hu*Ic store, and to-morrow at the 
Hall wi .hoot extra charge. 

PJatt'a Ball. 

A large and fashioiabl) audience attended the 
complimentary oooeert to Signorina Adolioa Spa- 
rauza laH night. The programme waa an exoel- 
lont one, and woj well performed. Signora Asennta 
Speranza, prima donna aasoluto, proved herself an 
artiste of high arlietio culture, and the manner ia 
whfob tbe choruses were surg by the papils of tbe 
Italian Umblcb) Institute spoke volumes ia favor 
of the system of tuition carried out by Slgnor Do* 
aoenico Sperarza. Signora SperaoM was (n good 
voiwe and sang obarminsly, makiaga great hit m 
tJtr Neapolitan aong In coetame. 

Woodward'i Gardens. 
These beautifnl gardens are open daily, aod 

oiowds visit them to enjoy the numerous attrao- 
tions of ibe seal pond, the menagerie, mossem 
skating pavilion, eta Tho Bnialay Family wilt 
make their lost two appearanoei on Saturday and 
Sunday. Last grand Skating Carnival, Saturday 
evening 

Ci y Garden*. 

A Grand Ope r Oonoert and Ball will bo given 

ul gardens on Sunday. Th: re will 
-j ng entertainment. 

Akatomigal MuaEUM One of the most 

f-o iplela ooUeotiooa of tho kind in the United 
btAtea. oomprisinii hundrodaof ooiUy and beao- 
vfulwax models, is daily on view (to genUsmen 
i uiy) at tho Museum on Montgomery dtreet. An 
boor mar be profitably spent hero. 



Slow Work. 

The Deacona of the Third Congregational 
Church, write to tbe Call to explain the dif- 
ficulty between them and the Rot. W. C 
Pond, concerning the adminsion of Obioeae 
&a members of the chnroh. It appears that 
Mr. Pond did not ineiBt on the immediate 
a 1 m icBijn to the church of Chineee conTerte. 
He submitted to a postponement of two 
months, in order that tbe job of converting 
them might bo thoroughly completed, but 
objected on tbe expiration of that term to a 
further postponement of six months. We 
really tbink that the Reverend W. 0. Pond 
having the cure of souls committed to him 
ought to be the best judge as to whether it 
takes two. months or eight months to con- 
vert a Chinaman. If It ukes;eight months, 
tbe progreBB made io this holy work must 
necessarily be very slow and very expensive. 
It takes eight months and a lavish outlay of 
money to make the average Chinaman trill- 
ing to be converted, and if be haB to wait 
eight months longer before he is admitted 
to the church there is a chance of his dying, 
aod the time and money of the church, to 
say nothing of his immortal soul, being loBt. 

Battier Crowded. 

A few gentlemen of charitable inolioation 
were once visiting some of the tenement 
houses in New York, and in one room in a 
basement they found four families estab- 
lished. Accosting an old man who sat 
smoking his pipe near the door, one of the 
gentlemen said; "Don't yon find it rather 
crowded with so Many in a room?" "Well, 
well," said the old man, "ther'a ownly 
fower flmilieB ov us, an ther was room 
enough till the lady in the corner begun to 
take boa rders." ^ 

Pu r ifyirtff tbe Bar. 

There is a movement among the reputa- 
ble memberB of tbe legal profession to puri- 
fy tho bar, by getting those who disgrace it 
struck off the rolls. Strike and spare not, 
says FigabOj 

Keep Cool. 

An Omaha paper advises the people "not 
to make snoh a fuss about the Bhootiog of a 
constable, as there are forty candidates for 
the office." 

Grand Blasquurade Carnival Ball 

At tbe Oity GaidenB, for the benefit t i Mme. 
Aline Le Favre, on Thursday evtning, August 

151b. t • 

Removal. 

Newell'fi Paragon Shirt Bazaar has been doing 
4 n Immenfie business for the past year though 
hidden away up two flights of stairs. Now It 
has come out in full view of everyone and is es- 
tablished at 136 Montgomery street, Occidental 
Hotel building, and Is now fast monopolizing 
all the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Bazaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
shirts at low prices, and Newell's shirts cover 
the manly breasts or onr best oitizens. n 

TJbe Bbodte'i WomoEnruxi BbxtwAtio Lxni- 
meitt. Then you'll remember me. a 



New Stylo Jewelry. 

Btrangereand others contemplating mating 
purohasea of Jewelry sbonld Inspect A. Hirscb* 
man's elegant stock of new sidles of Jewelry, 
watches and silverware, at 133 .Scarry street, 
between Sutter and Post. Everything at lowest 

cash rates. ' 

Removal. 

H J Vanning, Oyster dealer, formerly of the 
Blue Wing Saloon, Montgomery Street, has re- 
moved to tbe Uhaiter Onk b'aloou corner of Howard 
and Third Street?, where he bae increaced facil- 
ities for BtPrving tbe beet ebell Sob, obope, steaks 
f *<■ . in market io e^eeant style. Hie old friends 
aod the public generally are invited to give him 
a call. » 

$00 Pairs ot SockB, 
At all prlceB. att he What Cheer Laundry. • 

Clean Tour Walls, 
James 0, Sellers, whltner, 31 Second street. 

Good. Thlnee, 

Those wbo can appreciate anything rich, Ins- 
olous and plquonte, are Invited to call Is at 380 
Bush street, nearly opposite tbe Alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jones 6 Sohroeder's celebrated crab 
obowder, served from 12 m. to 12 at nignt. oa 

a> ■ — 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Heady made and made to order, 8.E. comer 
Montgomery and Saoraraento streets. v 

The Old Oyster Honse. 

For tbe last eight years The Bivalve kept by W 
Spreeo 640 Market street, has been THE fashionable 
oyeter houae of San Franuieoo. Tbe private rooms 
op stairs are very popular for wedding parties and 
nipper parties. After tba theatres oall at tbe Bi- 
valve three doors below Kearny for your oysters. 

Oak: Polsonlns;, 

The eolentlfio, certain cure discovered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Post street No cure, 
no pay. z 

For Woenma 

Shirts, $1 60 per dos.; small pieces, GOc. per 
<Ioi. At the What Oheer Lrnndry * 



ELLA MINE. 
The golden alars— the grapes of God- 
Hang trelllsed In the night. 
There ripening clusters brightly thine 

With love's eternal light t 
But brighter than these flowers of God, 

That blossom lo the skies, 
Is the h' ly shien, of love serene. 

That dwells in Ella's eyes. 
Tho saintly moon, a mald-sn queen, 

Balls o'er ber jeweled way, 
A shining thought of God she seernp, 

In regal majeBty ; 
But brighter than the queenly moon, 

That trails o'er j9weled tp^ce, 
Is the light divine that seems to ehlne 

In my tw.et Ella's lace 1 
The night winds softly sob and sigh 

Upon the bay and shore, 
As If tbey mourned tome bllesfnl dream 

That could return no more 1 
But sweeter than the night winds' song, 

That sighs aoroes the sea, 
Are those refralnB end melting strains 

My Ella sings to me. 1 

Of all the twasurtd gifts that God 

E'tr gave to man below, 
Thsre's nothing like one faithful heart 

With love's pure flime sg-low ! 
Bee earth, transfigured by Its power, 

With Heaven's pure glorieB shine I 
And such a love, from heaven above, 

I find in Ella mine I 

Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frieoo by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by ohanoe old stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of waters bright, did make a Eoreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet waa seen ; 
While mosBy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made that window f eem to be 
Borne fairy grotto of the flea. 
"Stop," said my friena, "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.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Thau at our fcide a waiter neat 
Made Mb appearance, asked our wish — 
Said they bad almost any dish 
That wo mignt name. We found it true, 
And cooked magmficeniiy, too; 
All kinds of ovsters, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; juet think of that. 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
Thev'd clam land crabs aud terrapins ; 
Io iact, we fouiid they had within 
That cosy place ail kinds of gome, 
FiFh, fleBh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish wan, I ana sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
Tbat they have here the best Ice cream; 
So here they flock, the little Glnners, 
To get what tbey call "buch nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth ho'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Paciflo Oyster House, 337 BuBh street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHARLES HAAKE. Proprietor,' 



Two Splendid Songs! 

OFEN THE DOOR 

STEPHEN HASSJTT, 

THE BELLS THAT RANG NELLIE A BRIDE 
™e» ltbtib 



OUST IBSU2D AT 

GRAY'S MUSIC STORE, 

eas vi.x-v street, i.auu 



NOTICE 

TO TAX-PAYERS AND VOTERS 



in thess beantu 
be a day and even 



A real Havana at Marks Wil&lnBki's "Bul- 
letin" Cigar Store, not theaBt corner Bush and 
Eearny, it a real Havana. Nuff ced. * 

W mrarTRB s and Plastehees.— Samuel it Ir- 
win, Blue House, 148 Jessie street, cor. Third. 
Paper hanging. All work to give satidfaotlon.o 



10, 000 Hat% 

A great sacrifice in hate ie now being mid© at 
"The" Hat Store, 947 Washington streit* below 
Kearny. An endless variety of Miles at pnoee 
that defv competition. Besnretooall at "The* 
Hot Store before purobasiog, and aee how cheap 
we Bell. N 

Do You K.11OW 

That with Btjttcbioe's Paxnaara you can out 
and make any garment to fit perfectly f Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. TJeming, agent, office of the Howe Bowing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Butt * 
and Post, Ban Prancleoo. • 

Hair Jewelry made to Order. 
H. A. Oallender, Manufacturing Jeweler, 63 
Second street. Ban Francisco. x> 



The X^aixrel Palace. 

In Loudon and Paris are many beautiful sa- 
loons where wiueB and other liquid refresh- 
ments are dispensed. Search these cities 
through and it 1b doubtful whether yon could 
And one equalling in beauty, tasteful adorn, 
ment and elegance the Laurel Palace, just 
oompleted by Mr. George Kahman, at the north- 
west oorner of Bush aud Eearny streets . No- 
thing like it haB ever been seen, never waa snoh 
elaborate decoration lavished on a saloon. The 
Interior is fltted-up throughout with polished 
California Laurel, and magnificent mirrors re- 
flect its beauties on all eides. The walls and 
ceilings are frescoed in the most artlstlo man- 
ner, tbe painllngs of scroll work, flags, and 
clusters of flowers being marvels of the deco- 
rative art. The wines and liquors are of a 
quality In keeping with the coMilrnesB of the 
saloon. Everything is tbe best that money can 
procure. Bare vintages of wine, the oholcas t 
brandies, and the very best hruLds of domestic 
Bplrltsmav be fout'd hero. A spacious cellar 
runs under tbt- saloon, a;_d hc-re are stored, In 
ier& liquors and wines in the wood. The 
Laurel pj.r.ce will V a fBvonte resort for those 
seeking refreshment after tbe theatre and be- 
twesu the acts, a d will be f mou- asarellable 
plaoe tor tbe purchase of lenulv btores, In tbe 
way of wines and liquors. 



BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 

ASSESSMENTS. 

DDDLIC NOTICE IS HFHKB Y 
called to the following; reductions— on 
rich men** property— made by the Board 
of Supervisors now In session a* a 
11 Beard of F^oallxatlon," tabes from 
he EventDfl: Bulletin of Monday, July 
SSd, 1872: 

Bank of California Building, from $I2o,0C0 to 
H&OQO. 

W. A. Macondray, lot on SanBome street, from 
985,000 to $63.<KK>. 

E. W. Burr, lota and buildicgs in Twelfth Dis- 
trict, from J173.8C0 to $ 26.0W. 

Dennis Mabonoy. lota on Pacific, Larkin and 
Jackson etreet*. $44,000 to $33,000. 

D. Mabonev. buildings on Polk and Jackson 
atrsets. $20,000 to »1S.0(W. " n tm 

Goddsrd & (Jo..* buildings ocenped bv Pacific 
iron Works, "First street. $30,000 to $20,000, 

Radolph Jordan, tbe old ' -tipper Reet«nrunt 
bnildiDR, WaBbington street $2',000 to $r2.000. 

Rudolph Jordan, lot 80iH'i>, $2!.0t0 to $12,000. 

Roberc Watt, hulldinf. $26,000 o mH.QoO. 

H, D. Got swell. two-st*ry brick building and 
basement, 80»B0, nortbenst 0"rner of (JUrk and 
Front atrests, $20.00i' to $.5.U l 0, 

Etc, etc, etc, etc 

JLet any poor man compare tbe reduc- 
tions made above on the properly of 
these wealthy citizens 'with that made 
on his own little homestead— If the Board 
delffned to make any— and remember that 
these men are mostly chronic office seek- 
ers, and will be sore to be up for some 
office at the next election. Is there any 
any poor man wbo woold vote for them 
again for Supervisors, lo (clve them an 
opportunity to form another Board ol 
Equalization— for the tticiv. 

iy^tf 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECT8RY 

Booksellers and Stationer* 
a. B. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Batchers. 
Lsmsden, John E.. Stall 9. Occidental Market. 

Sotter strset side 
Kate, ff red. Stalls 94 to 100. California Muhrt. 

Brass Fennderleia, 
Weed A Kin gwell, California, 126 First at. 

Clothlnc (Retail). 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Hears* eor. Pine. 

French Fancy O ostda. 
Looan & Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sotter. 

Human Balr. 
Sampson, A. B. 4 Oo., 110 Second street. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), flit Merchant 
Levels made and repaired.) 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker, W. A Bins, 6 and 1 Setter, and Me Market 

Music and Musical Instruments* 
Eeene, O. 0., mftr. aooordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 20ft Kearny. 
Muccaronl Manufacturers* 
Brlgnardello. Macchiavello A Co., 706 Sansom*. 

News and Stationery Stand. 
A. F. Potion, Ecis-ern papers, etc, 600 Markst st. 

Oysters (Importers and wholes*)*.). 
Doans * Oo., No. 92 California Market 

Be wins; Machines, 
w ULeox A OlbDs, d. at. Co., XU Post »L 
Wheeler A Wilson, 421 Montgomery 

'Wines and Liquors (trboieoala). 
Dsnsri F. A Oo.. 504 Front. 

Whltener. 
James O. Sellers, No. SI Second street. 






Photoarapblo Cards. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between 8te vecson and 
all* elan streets. x 



Old Sstulallslied Id-j-it. 

Tbe oldest established shirt muonfaotory and 
the best in the olty is the Pioneeb Beikt 
MANTJPAOTOny, No. 327 Kearny street, between 
Pine and Bmh, Everything In the way of gen- 
tlemen's furnishing goods at the lowest prices. 



Car and Steamer News Agency i 

A. Kronuerg, the news agent for the steamer 
Oapital and the oars of the 0. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqabo 
imong the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Franclsoo dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines. 
it San Francisco prloes- " 



Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Oanty and 
Waensr's, lb? Montgomery St. ntar Sutter. 



»quarza>s Punches. 

One of the moat famous restitutions of Cali- 
fornia Is Sqnarza's Punoh, It Is found in every 
olty, -village and mining camp In the State, It 
Is delicious, wholesome and unlike anything 
else, rbe proprietor of this delightful bever- 
age notifies bis patrons that he has opened at 
No. 317 Kearny Btreet, between Pine and Bush 
streets, a Bhamoh of Mb old and popular sym- 
posium on Leideaaorff street. * 



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S.aTIXXVB: 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE! 

K.K. eor. Jactsoa and Kessrvj sts. 



_ OOMPLA1NTS. formerly of Look Hospital i 

London, and tbe list twelve years of San Frsnois. 
oo, DK. TOZER informs the afflicted that after > 
visiting all ihe HOSPITALS IN LONDON AND 
PARIS aod spending one year in tbe mrst cels- 
brated Hospital In London, the LOOK, he has re- 
opened bis old Medical Institute at tbe old stand, > 
where bs can -iwaj a be found DP.. TOZiER has 
for forty your.-* m<-t with nnpAralleled encoess in the 
treatmont- of disease gennrallt known aa OHRON- 
IO ANDSPKUlAH OMPLAINTB. DR. TOZER 
is in every war responsible, binding himself to i 
effect a p rrracent co E, or making no obargss. 
Tbo>e wbo cannot afford to pay for advice and 
medicine will be obareod for medicine only. THB 
MONTHLY KKvroRA-riVE PILLS, never known 
to fail in givine n-li f in c&eoa for which tbey are ■ 
Teoonmm«ndpd, are <o be obtained only at mj i 
office. Pric^per box. Foil direction on each 
box, sent bv hxp.sss or otherwise. 

DR. TLZSR deea not Imitate the advertising t 
Qnacks wbo make it a prcctico to pnblieh false- < 
effidavita and oth»r fnlee referfncf-, bat refers to 
the mrjHt renpecmble feople in tbe Stele, whom he < 
bus cubed of dieeoaee wh.oh otherB have f^liod to > 
oure. 

BB. CHAS. Iff. TOZZB, 
N. E. corner Kenroy aod JacliBon strseta, 
Ulli tf Nan tTfr.iKitsoo. 

DR. ALBERT MORTON, 

LATE OF BOSTON. MAGKKT1C REALER- 
Dr. M had resn hiftbly rrjoueBefal in treatinc 
Paralysis, Dt*i.ti<esa, Debility, und InO.imuitttort 
Diseases, aouie or obronio, of all tbe organs of I 
the budr. Dis<ases of Ludiee treated with tue- 
atmost aeKcacv. 

MRS. ALBuRT MORTON, CLAIRVOYANT 
MKl'I'^AL AND BUSINESS MLDIUM, AND 
PSVOHOMhTRIST. 

Clnirvo>snr. examina>'OD9 for disrase in person, 
cr from hair. Spirit oommanioatione Pryobo— 
metrioil readings of character from letters, and 
analte'? of ores. 

Mrs. Morton's Guides hare been very snoceeefal 
in direotlng many of ihe leading cltiiens of Bottoa 
in Medical, Lpgal and Businete matters. Hoot*. 
from 9 a fcL f»Spja. 

11 QfARRELL ST., San Franciaoc jy231m 

LADIES, READ THIS! 

r\0 NOT ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE JM- 

posed upon any longer by Durdbaslng TTCK 
MAKREB8 which are neither durable nor 
practical. Before pnrebasing one, try Graff A Co's 
nuke, aid if yon have one already that ie not Graff 
AOo'a make, throw it away, get a good one, and 
yoa will save both time and money. The s^lf-reg- 
ietsring slides of Graff A Co's TTJOK MARKER 
are invaloable, and ought to be examined by all 
ladles. F. SMITH. 

Bole Agent and Manufacturer, j 
JylSlm No. 63H Sacramento st. (np stairs.) I 



The Greatest Curiosity 

Ever exhibited to be weo ,t 

Neumann's Silk Culture, 
EXHIBITION, 

783 Market street, Bancroft** Bntldlna; 

ADMISSION TWENTY-FIVE CENTS 

Open every day from 10 a m. to 10 p.m. an5 



*X*2ie Beet; Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Ohanoe, for paio. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot Plllp, for all billons complaints. 
J. R. Gates and Co., corner Bansome and Com- 
mercial streets, eole agents. • 



Wtxftt Oheer l_.auri<ir-y 
Is the best lanndry In San FranclBOO 

A. JPleasftiit; Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Oentral location, should vlalt the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tbe building is a Ten fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. • 



To trie Cnlurtunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearney street 
oorner of Commercial. Established In 1864, for 
the treatment of ohroulo and special com- 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon trill make no charge un- 
less he effects a oure. b 



MARKS WIXZIN5KI, 

"BULLETIN" CIGAR STORE, 

DE&LEB IS 

Havana Cigars and Tobawo, 

KOETHEAST OORJTEH OF 
BUSH AM) IEAIJY STBBKTS, 

84N 1RAXCI6CO. ),U Im 



THEATKE BOTISSEIIIE, 

*»* Sopont .1. . •». 4o«r M,otb of JQuk, 

E. MABCHAND ATB OF THJ 

*KotlMeri. B«t»cr*nr" of th. Daloi 

Olab i'roprletor. —To. TtM— pro.1 

dMJ with m the DetloMlM of the mmh. 

IVOrSTEBH IB KVEHT Si^LB •ran 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE, 

HATWABDS. 

T0HYO1KB8 PROPRIETOR 

Flrat-Claaa Hotel. 

jyli em 

THE MUSICAL IHBTTrCTE OP 
MAESTRO D. SPERANZ A u now , 
open for olMwM ud private papils. A ppl. 
to MAESTRO D. SPERANlA, Ko. 1 ioi 
Powell etrett. mSttf 



J. M. LOABE-S RED MOD 
SALOON, 1» G«jj Btreet, diu 
Ke.ro, Mid Dupoot. ,W Th, 
choioeet Wlnee »nd Liaa&re 
EDKlhsb Ale jmd Porter tl.ip 

en dr.oebt. Yoo will .lw^aflnd 

OLD DAVE MUITDF.r: ew.Jieei 1 MttD^W. there 
u .tteod. Hit 




TO 3~> Jlti'l.". 

FURNISHED SUITS~QR SINGLE Rl * 

...AT THO.... 

WEBB HOUSE, 

OT ft-cond street, opposite Grand Hotel. 

'pHIS BOU^E HAS FINK SUNNY HOOM8, 

I with a lit-B'snrnnt oorjueoted; al»o, Batba, 
with hot tind cold w»t»r. Fanise wiBbing aqoiet 
sod eeleot plaoe would do well to esil and see- 
them. j^iaim 



. 



CENTRAL 

NO. 118 GEAHT 8TRE1CT. 
Rest aocommodatioos for Wjj T . 
Familien in fao city. Private tSjt* * T H * 
sntranoe for I>a<M OB . Hair Catting, hhaTiDg »_ 
Soampooiog. Ubildrsn's riair nsati; cut. Ladies' 
Snamiiooing 50 cents, 
j IT Im L. OORSIVEAU, Proprietar. 



•T. C. COMBES. 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH/' 

Cor. Second and Tehama *f» <.***» 

s»b- Terrapin eonaiantif on band. 
Oysters in every style, PEXVATB 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTUU. 
mbZlla 



Philadelphia Restaurant, 

CHAS. V. BERGOl.D, PROPRIETOR. 

TUB 
an 



OLDEST ESTABLISHED 

and tnoat popular Rostanrant in 
San Franci'OO. Tbu Tsbles are enp- 
Ited with the beet In market. Board 



% 



MRS. H. A CUM MINGS, 

MAGNBTrO AND TRANCE HEALING ME- 
dium. No846^Forom street. PobllcOir- 
ss, Tueadar". W.ontsdajs, and Fridsjs, at7:3S> 
m.f. Admi'Sinn 25 cents. jri21m 






IMPORTERS 
Hlllin.-r, (rood* 



Mtai*® 




J J) FURBISHED ROODS 




• *■ rR»K«f ii rmnAT. jrurir i«. irrt. 



▼U. »\i. »«. »s. 



•8 lad 110 f 

WEST END 



i •+* <t+ »i 



I 



AT PLATT'S MUSIC HALL 
Graid Matisse 

Pianoforte Recital 

• 'i MM 

ANNAMHLIG 

CELEBRATED PIANI8TE 



• ATTRDAV AlOCST ITU 



r»rt nm. 






state. »n 


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ONE HOLLA K 



Uam sea las HMnri it U Gray 'a >bi>c . ZJ ud &B 01*1 
i M Fries*. AmuUI^, 'rets* A M. lo I P. M.. ud en 
. AwareM i:U. u Plut'fl Hall, fro. » A. M. tolP.lt, 
el estra •tart*' 

Lsfcl.g mm Steiawa* a Puoo* exelasivsly. 



METROPOLITAN THBATBH 






FIRST APPtaBAMll IN CALIFORNIA Or 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



THIR CVCHII 



AtHJTJST 16 



iMtenuiti. ..IT-.I.U.IUU11.W n 



THII EVENIMO 



toBlmUt, 

e~A am lk» e.maa lillEeM, 



iooriT la 



ARD BTFRT Iff RJtUrll CTTT1L FTRrRER atOTIOf . 

F»» * »r»i«R« woii.i.ri>oii tMM rt«nmii ktitiik 

HUMPTY DUMPTY! 



■T«rrt 

■ 1 I n. I I a 
TOMMY 1 

UMP1 T' 

• rmira^rt 



m«rrr — id-r.-ri. am,,, 

1 *ll"tr Arrraanrd. r..l.l... 

I » »r« lfl,ra Hr «« lltrlt.wl. 

rft-iHUBI irttraMli lalaaibti 
.Rwa.1 MI'tniF. MOO 



' OARPl'Tl i n 



Tnej Y li» Ml '■ 

.Mia. M. <MH 

A. b RTA • ' 1 

Mill l.i M>t DR HllnM 

mh n' vis- 
um II Bit 

,.D. II H OR 

Ii fc I X 

F • 

J SiX i.S 



a Kiiiiim vntt boi in on ui-h l cniAiiixi 



i. walikmId ii rim t. 



oonory 



Synopsis of 

■A.OT FIHST. 

Saiar 1. K.rtbrida. tad traaifcraaUoD both. 
L FARM l.F PLENTY. iTrua beeee.) Cberoa aad manr 
.■ inefdante, akewlac Hnmptf Dnapli oo the wall, bit 

■ pr.htt«r».' fall, ibdolbar comic ioddeele. 
• I1WAV 8TBF.Fr. Tb. cal lo ,ia,. abd a -i-l J ,r 
bald. Ona aettew. 

1 80R1 HSR. Mnlton bi Iba wrolre.lt. Boat 

eat Boa* t. Raw dr. hrdreni. Tba naw polka force. 
& FAIRMOI'NT PARK L«mlc Incident.. 

10NT DEMUR'. GREAT STILT PERFORMANCE. 

Clog Dnt.ee .. .... Mlea Mngjir Moor** 



**ra.ea. 

-A.OX 



Incidents. 



SECOND. 
I, RUMFTT PI'MITY lablootwDoaee. Upland Down! of 

I icborraa neioeutua, DANCE IN TUK MK 
A TIIK toMlNii MAN. A aboetoaeer. Graad ■•lamer. 

r l.cipriF. Frpcte ol tba Baoiau ol Matonrr : 
• tar. Mat n't tio.bool.1 • ■ ii 

!> OF WiiNDERS tod HIPPODROME, iolre- 
hi DI..MIR tod bit wecdtrfel fimtlt ot Woodto- 
Heated Acrobtla 

NUMPTY DUMPIY'S WGNDEffTU' PERFORMING ELEPHAUT 

No lund llHMr ... Ml>. HuKlr M.^rc 
,V FiRK Sf'rNR. Tbe new department ud old loje. 
I* IKUN A TIONAl. LOLOINU H0UB1C 



*"ZZ E t a0TtL - T "* "**"' SOPW """""•M . HUMPTY DUMPTY ON POLICE DUTY. 

: ovk < the co.ntinent N.w Bi.rir.mt, not by Me- Grand Transfof matio n. Tableau 

Oloalrj. Ktple«.or. WONDERFUL ESCAPE. I Uomai.e to Amsrica. In the Land op Rosy Dubai-ib. 

SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock HUMPTY DUMPTY MATINEE 

SUNDAY EVENING EXTRA. HUMPTY DUMPTY NIGHT 

•V Cart will Ioato tba TboAtro for tbo AflMloa bad North Beaob ©very nlKhl at the close of the performance. 



wrnrrtl AanlwInD f> 1 oo . Purtim-I SO 

Dim. Hrflr and Ortrhettra, Rotaraed beatt... 1 /»» Oullt-ry RS Oatt 

Frlvulr Baiet lo OO I awrSaau mar be Secured Bli Dartln adrtDoa..*. 



Daabl. Raw. eaa Daaa*. 

rrotty X3Ia%oIr. Byort rtltly 
■ r nil »rv»<n pa brothers 

»«l ». la. nab. 

U-.H»«*.(n.. Daaat M.rlc F^a.1 n.4 J.a«pbl.« 

l.tl. « >al, .*■. attalt Jab. -.a 

nuar. d»o bi rt 11 una. 

1 H. LARRIR . a-d .OAREIE ARMETRONO 

nuio - Mil. MAI. comiii 

T»t Ora.ti -leal 

rvlADAMll aDTTlVIT»I-ir»J«> 

.'•r.j b Ur »•-» Waiand alia* Tl«ieil*r Tbrnaap*'-' 1 

h . ■ 
Pal* -.lAin-i I'tbtioa. 

lli.W..fi.rRr,Ti.», Hit. I' >■,,. • H it Manb 

Ovariar* ' •rhaErtat. 

It .11. ,4 . Tmmmg Unrrmimom 

AM-C-LKTT 

Ao.-il'' lltrrt RiueUlr 

l.iainijr Btvrtoo 

It nil a... MiHtilr I^«tt<r 

PROPOSITION OPPOJED. 

nr.poaMlt.1 Mrli I ** 

i-jrj • tiarl-» <" idad 

Of r««> hrjoold* 

Oariar.. Or«baitra> 

ConoludloB "Ub tha Hon>»fitlo Add hQtF»rnA*uraJ Drama 
io T-o Acta, aotiLio.. 

DICE OF DEATH 

OR, THE MAGIC TABLETS. 

Frn-*l Winter-* Y'.oo« Arila* R O. Marah 

I iielborA'-A HbUt.tr Ion Mcn.rtrj 

Hid. 1'i-tto-A Ju.»l*r llitrr Mnelair 

MijphUroptil-a-lh».R«R| 0».r.*> ObAptnu 

; -aowiiF.-A Weill 1 oM KaL. Tcmwy tt""pa 

Weldcrk - ...Mat Krllf 

Rodo pt-A Oataf aUir Will ll»rk 

urton-AGAtJ-aaUr T 0I ?. m . r B iT* 

Wa'd-o-A t_.Am»tter J -„ U ' *'*„. 

I.ooi»»— An Oniratj Hetro'hta lo Eraott Man* Zoal 

Toartjiia-HpitiKalbiTt'a Bttl»r Mlnnlti Ktllmow 

KfAO -chnappa— A Kortara J' lar Jooni* Job niton 

KcBA-Loifia*.'* Atl«o<Unt Mlia Joaaphln* 

Oartroda ■■ C»'t(e Arnftioaff 

K.lrlBO »«»ala Roblo<Ot> 

LizMtM ia ..Ida Flak 

p.„. FaDD* Oairotaon 

pSSum'.:.. MIoDlal-odAP 

Grrmin nticeoa. Paaaaota, F#m»la Paa^aota, 
VI t t. totb' Falr.Plo.. «I0 

-.AtVKDAY EVKNlrtG, Ancoat 17th— Firat App»>araDoa:ol 
tllxp) RBIarVPlkY. Chtirnelvr mid Tocullat, and 
■JU111V £"RIOIIT, Itin i-»'iii.- Oriitor, etc 



FRENCH 

BEAVER 

SUITS 

TO ORDER, SOU » 

....AT.... 

IVCASTER'S 

• IV WA«HI?IOTOt RTKEFT. 
»n la 0pp. Marairaa Optra Uohb*. 



1 1 was confined to my bed 
>r two months, suffering 
Ith chronic Rheumatism. 
tan cured by 

L. IVLXTX^IliEH.. Br, 

ten days' treatment. 

LOUIS MILLER. 
i029 Pacific street. 

REFERENCES. 

I *«-. 0. Ifatnaa, Ka«j., aT-Obisf Fo(lrj««r, TH 
| It-fblMtoo alrwai-Obronlc Rroaobllla. 
' itobart Ita'mfin. 7H Of*- wioh »tr.at— Aathma. 

har •« Lea.ar. )a a back drittr, cor. Oaary and 
» i ra-iatrorjia-Fir.ljala 

. H. Olarka, lata Haalth Iaapeotor— Drafatfla of 
IxaLAad.Df. 

• WOTHbTB PROOF.-T, TBE UNDER8ION- 

ad, taka pl*A>ar» m u.formla.t tba pabflo tbat 

I lavabaar. trnrad of paralyaiaof m.r olna ••art* 

;od BibrDR, MIJLi Ktt, SB., No. 84>S Mool- 

f oari* •IrMt. (bigaod) 

OEO. SITERSOlf. 
'l-rF*LUraDd Bolli-ar, 263 OlamaotlaU alraal. ■«. 
" p*** Tbild and Woirtb. 

ITER'S OPERA HODSE. 

▼XXaaHatlA 1UTR-. »TADA. 

'•i HIS ELEOART THEATRE HAS BEEN «J5- 
, daooratad, and oaa ba rested by the ntfbt or 
f the weak. Baan aod are.ellat amula 
' 1 rallr traalod with en appllamtlon ba tattar 

Johr rim, 

o,a. ,u, ^■! d RTi^ISi rt -• 

• •« Waiblostoai atraat, Hu FnuioIaM. 



ii the Dramatic Profession. 



... . j a ipeartaooad avo^ Voa *»# 
I TttlUbA- or oadlUtbil A 

. i OolOBlaa. Fee Moderate. 

ilttla alapatehlu raplla. waaF ba railed 

WILLIAM HENRT WATER8. 
la Obaoibara. «• OoUlaj itraat. Mel. 



OET YOUR 

OPERA GLASSES 

— AST)— 

IF .A. 1>T S 

_ Rapa<rr>d wbcra ihej ar« 
taada tba aaatcat arjd ohaapw— •*,„„._ 
O, J II. MKYKR'H, 
jjll In .agB Mopuom-rr atraat. 




A GREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

THE NEW YORK PATENT OARPKP RFNO- 
vattoft Compan*, Patontt?! Detain bar, 13TQ 
Olaarja avt .1 roaioraa Carpeta to tbe>r original benri- 
• j and briRblnea* wliboat removing Ibe fame 
flomtb*> tlor.r. All Dutt Grca»-. or Ooal Smokn. 
ramoT.d by onr pro> eu, aod defaced colors will 
bfiooma aa brifibt in w ben new. 

Tba quality if iba raaiorativa la a'm not injuri- 
oca totb* m< a. dalioato tabrlo and tint, and u an 
actnal pn-vi ni.nn <i moib and vermin. 

BAN FKANOISUO OFFICE. 

Now 138 KEARNY STREET, ROOM /,. 

ijll-lm 8IH0N LEOPOLD, Manager. 



Mr. SniONLEOPOir. MAFA<iE»rTrw YonHRjcw- 
OTATIltu Co.— We haTo tried jwnr patent on Uarpet 
• pitted with ink mil a-reica »pota, and can freely 
aay yon have aaoL-cBfo'ly oleaned ih»m. 

JOU.NSuNA OO.. Grand Hotii., 

JnljlTth. Eaa Franoiso*. Cal. 



IMPORTANT TOJOUSEKEEPERS 

'pABLKWARE AND HOUSEHOLD OO0D8 
1 of every deaortvtloo from whiob tha atlver la 
worn, can be re-plnt«d io the noaat and m-ort. dnr- 
abln manner at the HAN FKANUIoOO GOLD 
AND SILVER PLATING WORKS. 
e&A> MUaelom *tr«ct, bet. New Mt ont«nin- 
<*rv and Third. marl Ira 



NOTICE TO 

BOY8 AND GIRLS. 

rilHK F1FTT-0KNT PENCIL BHARPKNER. 
X for tb. bee of School Ohlldrto, it now for atle 
be the Mannfaotarer aad Agent. JAB. BTOTT 
I ooa Market etraet. io39 2w 



NOTIOB. 

QH AND AFTER THE FIRST SEPTEMBER 

ALL THE BAf.BER SHOPS AND IATH HOUSES 
IN THIS CITY 

WILL CLOUR AT « O'OLOOK. EVERY EVEN. 
IRQ EXCEPT SATURDAY. aoS 11 



Bar Sugar 

OR BALE-SIS KBiRNT STREET. AT 
MRRORR'B. Alao. trtn kind of Oandiaa. 
Wboleaale and RatUL 
»» U RT. A. RBROIR. 



F o 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OR THB FIRRBT, QAJTDT 
made at onr Steam Oattdr Vnotor, daflf. All 
Olden, eepectally from tba oonotir, are aouoita. 

and will ba promptbr attwdad ito. 

OANTY A WAORJ 
■" M ""i 



Grand Free Lecture! 

....AT 

FIjATT'S JEX-a-X-aXj, 

....OM.... 
MONDAY EYENIKG AVO. 10th 

ALL DR. PAYNE'S TALK TO THE PEOPLE 
**■ ia based oo the "Open Book of Nature." 
THEMrG of 10tb Lcctare in Ln Brlle San Fran- 
c.bco-"8RLF-MADi{; MEN." Tbiatulk will em- 
brace jotH what is troe of Phrenology and PbyaU 
ogoomy ae applied to tbe " bumao form divine." 
and nothiog more. No "medioel ebots" will be 
given oo tbie occasion. Literary aod Hlstorio 
Trotb, utrunR oo tbe nimble tongue, wHl be tbe 
order of tbe evening Bii-f anal)iatioas of tbe 
mental chnract«Tis ius of LORD B\00N. JEAN 
PAUL, BYRON. POK. HUMBOLDT D10r> EN -, 
VICTOR HUGO, DARWIN, WEBSTER. OLAY, 
GRANT, GRUELBY, COMBE, etc. DifFerenoe 
between moral and mental powers— Great Meohno- 
ion, Great Edi.ors, Orators, etc., etc. Wbatmode 
them ao. 

atj»-Medio»l Examination same as at borne, fl 00; 
Anthropological ExamiDstloos, $5 00. Prioee of 
Prescriptions depnnd on eon litioDB cntlralg. laU 



THOMAS W. BREE, 



» MANUFAUTURER 

— AMD— 

REPA.IRCR 



$& DRUMj.JMNJOS, 

inui-.K MUSICAL II.8TBUMKN7" 
ESTABLISHED IN 18*315. 

apRp-Leeeoofl given oo the Bnnjo aod Dram. S4W 
MISSION STREET, between First aod Kecood. 

N. B,— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
eaaionals alwayeon band. ;alS tf 




ARION 

Pianoforte. 




s 



DECLARED BY THE JUDGES AT A LATE 
Fair of tbe American Institute, after a Mind- 
fold trial aarainat Bteinway'e, Oblokermg'fl. and 
oi bare, to be THE BEST ON EXHIBITION. ». 
CliRTAZ, Sole Arjent. *U O'Farrell street. 
N B.-Piuoaof allatylasTO RENT. mare 



FRONTIER & BELLEMERE, 
Manufacturing Jewellers, 

Mwna Afat« and guartt Inttcra, 

IMPORTERS OF WATCHES A FINE JEWELRY 

TOO HORTRORIRT .TRBIT, 
jje, if One door north of Waihiogton. 



BARGAINS ! 

ISO 



BARGAINS 



DOZBP? HATS 

TO BE SOLD 

Belo-w Cost I 

Witbin tba out thirty days, at 

MRS. E. REGAN'S, 



HALL'S 

X I lA ' 

Oa |L 

P A R 

A PR I 
R S L l 

A A , 

yellow' 

DOCK 

IODIDE of" POTASS 

PRE BE8T BEAUTIFIER OF THE 
OOMPLEXI ON 

In on. Oorea Pimples. Boils, Blotobes. Rbea- 
matfsm ud Merouriai Paine. For aaJe by all 
Dn«l.tt. JK . e ATa.ACO., 

Prttprlctorav, 
Cor. ■•Bteoan* and Co»na«rcla»l eta. 
BOLE AGENTS FOR 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 

Wetafoot PIHs. Jniotf 



s 



Dr.Zeile's!NewRussianJurkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. filers Pnclflc alrctt. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS E8 
Ubllabmeot of tbe kind. eiToer In Er-ooe o 
America. Convenient aod separate rpBrtment*. 
Bathing by Bteam. by Hot Air. ud by Plain Of 
Medioater Waters. Suites of rooms In he earn* 
building for private patients. 1»M tf 

TQ LOVERS OF SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT 
A Select Free>and<Baar sat tbo , 



CHARING 



£i(\U MISSION ST.. _ 
UUU Seoono, eyery Baturda; 



4* 

« ST., TWO 



SALOOH. 



DOORS FROM 

r evening. Chair 
taken at 8 :-0 p.m., aharp. G. W. Brown, UnaLrmaa 

Oribbago, Whist, (Jbess, liilliarda. every nlgbt. 
London News, Punch, Bell's Llfe-pllpper, Da/i 
Delnge.Oali and Figaro on Hie. The best of Hot 
Pnoebea and Litjaora aervr*d__ ._«,_„__ _. , 

jclUf J. EAGLES. Proriar-QT. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREPT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And ColU-ge of Medicine. 

l/-i f|/i/i BEAUTIFUL AND IN8TRUOT- 
1V.UUU Ive objects to be seen. Open to tba 
PnblioDAV AND K-0HT. at BURRK& HALU 
SIB Mootgomer- street. FOR MEN ONLY.Otf 

■e- DB. JOQPAM'a h ivi.'. S OFVICR, opposi 
Meehanioa' Fair, SI I Gaarv street. an 



A NEW BISCOVERY. 

RELIBF TO ORIPPLBB.-THE 1 
great snooess attending the 
uaeof DR. MALL'S CORN ANDj 
BUN ION GUI. K baa created con 
ateruation amongst tha corn doc 
tors. The public oo lot per pay a large fee 
tnmporary core, when a tifiy-cent bottle of Dt. 
Hilt's Remedy will give immediate relief* nl 
«ffeot a permanent outs for tbe worst Coral sail 
Bnmone. F. RIDER, Agent, 

ju6tf 8. B. oor. Bosh and Dnpont ptat. 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IN OYSTERS. CLAMS 
udall kinds of SHELL FISH, 
SlaMaNoa. AO, 41, AS, Oaliforala 
MaSat. antranoe on Oaliforala street 
FnbUo os private parties and Umiitea enpplled 

I am. to 13 r. u. Lsdles' aod" 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Oor. Montgomery and Pins ttnsts. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Goods, fine French Fuoy Articles eto., etc. A 
larae stock of fine SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 

ALrOBRA LODGING HOUSE 

FINELY FTJTiriSHED ROOMS, BIB- 
gle or in snlta, 
, 'WeU a^ghte-i amd YaaU uatext. 

smlli. Onf Braitbsd Rooma win. LoAtfnm ertUI 
or witbcot board. ALHAMBBA BUTUOrNO, 
si » BttRh iMtai arsM tf 



OaCtXXCiy. OeStXX<ll7'. 

MA. MERCER, SUCCESSOR TO a H. 
• Merest. Wholes-vis ud Retail Candy Msata. 
faetorer. SIS Kearny street ud 1ST rUoooat 



TJ'IC3--A.n.O. 



-IE JCUBNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 



ibltohed every Day in the Tear by 
I>. B O G- ARI> XT S 

AT 

; Xercnnnt and S3S WoiMmton St. 
Bclow Montgomery. Sad Francisco. 



FRIDAY AUGUST 16, 1872 



Cowardly. 

Men of a certain sort delight in slander- 
daring women in inventing stories about 
them such as they would Dot dare tell about 
men. It id the existence of such miserable 
specimens of humanity that has caused all 
this woman's rights bother. A woman, 
when a man tells lies about her, cries, "Ob! 
if I were a man," and this wi-h to have 
the power or protecting herself leads her to 
try to become as much lika a man as possi- 
ble, henoe we have masculine women. The 
Republican, the organ of Gaorge Francis 
Train in this city, in Tuesday's issue gave, 
what purported to be, an account of an in- 
terview between Mies Frances Rose McKin- 
ley and George Francis Train in wbiob long 
speeches were put into the mouth of Miss 
McKinlay by the Republican man. This 
was copied into the Chronicle of Wednesday 
and now George Francis Train states that 
it was all sheer invention, he never having 
had an interview with Miss McKinley. This 
is mean, cowardly and detoatable, but if 
Miss McKinley were to cowhide the editor 
of the Republican, as a man under sim- 
ilar circumstances would assuredly do, she 
would raise an outcry against "maaouline wo- 
man." ^^^ 

Bad Punctual ion . 

People shonld ba oarefal to punctaate 
properly. As an instance of what errors 
bad punctuation will lead to, we refer to the 
following: A gentleman the other day re- 
ceived a dispatch from his wife, who is so- 
journing at one of the watering-places 
down the coast, whioh should have read as 

follows: "Dear , Nurse dead drunk; 

myself and children sick; come down." 
Imagine the husband's horror on reading 

what it actually did say: "Dear-: , 

Nurse dead ; drunk myself, and children 
sick ; come down." 

"The Bells that Ran* Nollio a- Bride." 

Words and mufiio bj Fred. Lyster. Price 40 
cents. This charming b»IIad has just been ie- 
6ned, with a fine lithographic title pege. at 
Gray's Music Store, 63$ and 625 Clay.st. o 



Foreign and Domestic Dings, 

ABsaytrs, Biiere, Confectioners, Hair Dress- 
ers, Dyers, and nil manufacturers needing drug- 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the cash price list of Btroh, Schmidt 
£ Co., Importers, (eucce^ora toBa.,& Schmidt) 
635 Commercial et.. one door nelow Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Borton'a Tobacco Antidote, n 



What Oheer Jjaunary 
fimploys no Chinamen* and shonld be pat 

r03lzed by ever ybody. • 

Dear Mel Bow She Palotsl 
N. E. — Use DicKxr'a famous Cbxxk de Lis 

and they can't see It. B 



Sara Moore, 

Formerly of Buss Bouse Carrlcgte, can be 
found In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner h and Mont- 
gomery 8ts., or Dexter Btablee. Carriage orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. bo 



W flsl) Ins Returned In One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 
Laundry. _ 

Jtlealt-li ana. Pleasure. 

There are not too many pleasures In Ban 
Frsncleco. Kothlng Is more pleasant, nothing 
more health-giving than a drive Into tne coun- 
try now and then. Those who cannot afford to 
keep s carriage of their own, can 2nd one 
equal in elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carnage ctand. Frank Bos- 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every aescrlption. Sle 
drivers are careful and experiences, hla cnargeB 
are moderate. The moral of the above is: 
go to Frank Bouton at the Occidental Bote! 
Whan you want a carriage. o 



An Old Landmark. 

The Terandah Cigar Store, 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 beet Havana cigars, 
tobacco, choice meerschaum pipes, etc. u 

Altogether the Best- 
It la cm ion f, but true, that J. A. Shsber, 
707 Market street, near Tbl:d, ehoold Bell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper ihnn any other 
dealer In this city. Tiy him and yon will be 
convinced. T 



Everybody Gues There. 

Tax place to buy a bat la " rax" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be» 
I ow Kearny. Tne stock 1b Immense, the fa*h- 
1 ons are the latest, and the prices are the 
lowest. • 

Comic Sonar. 

No more yon need be troubled with flies, 

No more need you use ponton — 
Just buy yourself a Hooaier Trap, 
Pop go the flies in, 
Hooaier Fly Catcher Factory, 340 Sixth street, l 



leaver Buckle fttuspsndera, 

At (1 per pair— 26 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where— at the What Oritur * anortry, x 

^unitarian! Suit Water Bat hi. 

Hebz 1— Why dont joo take Salt Water 
Batt s regularly? Try one to-day, at the "Ban- 
ttartum," foot o! Powsli street, North Beach. 
Only 25 c*-*b. Steam b*ths 50 cents, or two 
warm bat. keta. Dntacoii & Haokn. t 



I>o rrot Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortnuate sufferers from Corns, Bon- 
ions, Club and logTOwlflgNalls.can And instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Kearny Btreet. from 1 to',6 p.m. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. Beferenoaa given If requirea. a 



A Terrible Temptation. 

Mix Adder, in the Philadephia Sunday 
Dispatch says : 

A man in Boston writes to us as follows : 
"Ton have drawn prize No. 1,568.000 in the 
Massachusetts Lottery, btiog one hundred 
dollars and a gold watah. Please remit ten 
dollars, the price of your ticket, and the 
prize will be sent to your address." 

We are glad we have drawn that prlaa in 
the Massachusetts .Lottery, and it seems un- 
commonly kind in that Boston man to lay 
aside a ticket for ns without any request 
upon our part, and then to take the trouble 
to write about the result. This Bort of dis- 
interestedness is so unusual that weshould 
not incline to suspect presence offraudifit 
were not for the frank, open-hearted, bland, 
and child-like manner in whioh allusion is 
made to the man's wish to receive those ten 
dollars. It might have occurred to him, 
we should think, to deduct ten dollars from 
the hundred and to send tbo balance and the 
watoh ; but he probably felt an indisposi- 
to break a hundred dollar bill, and he may 
be too scrupulously honest to touoh money 
which is not his own. When we contem- 
plate such exalted virtue as this we feel 
like going off somewhere and crying. It is 
pathetic io its grandeur. We will be candid 
with this self sacrificing philanthropist. We 
have not ten dollars, and' we are not ac- 
quainted with any friend of the human 
race whose kindly feeling would be 
likely to induce bim to lend ns euck 
a sum. Butj we will do better by this 
Boston man. We hi ve sis hundred dollars 
worth of elegant oil stock, whioh he may 
have the very moment he pate one hundred 
dollars and a gold watoh into our hands. 
We will even agree to throw off the watoh 
if he will come down suddenly with the 
cash. The territory represented by this 
stook is immensely valuable to aDy man who 
likes to have his land full of holes. It has 
six perforations to the square yard, and 
they vary in depth from twenty feet to four 
miles. A great many potatoes conld be 
planted in one of these holes, or six or seven 
of these holes can be knocked into one and 
the land Bold as a cemetery. That Boston 
man ought to buy a graveyard. Persons 
like him, we think, would be far more use- 
ful in the silent tomb than groping around 
in this cold and se'fi^h world. We know 
that that he will get the best of the bargain. 
We know that we shall make a heavy sacri- 
fice, and we know that such liberality is aa 
rare as it is beautiful ; but no man in Bos- 
ton shall outdo ns in in liberality while we 
have a solitary share of oil stock left. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS" 



Snubbed. 

Joeie Mansfield, the kept mistress of 
Jim Fisk, Jr., and of bis murderer, Edward 
Stokes, has been "snubbed" — so says a tel- 
egram from Saratoga. The "snubbing" pro- 
cess consisted of being refused admission 
to all the leading hotelB at that fashionable 
plaoe of dissipation. We venture the asser- 
tion that when accompanied by Fisk the 
doors were never closed on the mistress. 
Fiak being dead, fashionable society rebels 
against contamination with his mistress. 



St pVien Ma -.sett 

Has just written a splendid song and chorus, 
pries 35 cents. It has been issued with a fine 
tille page by M. Gray, 623 and 626 Olay-st. O 



Ox*. Dolit-rty 

Eas devoted his study more partlcaiarly to 
chronic and speclflo practice, and at) such Is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a lew doors below What 
Oheer Hooa*. V 

■ - ....,, ♦ , . -, ... . 

Dx*. Barlow J. esmitn 

Gives free lectures {to •gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commek jing at 1%, at his 
Sygeian HaU, 637 California st„ and examines 
patients phrenologically aa to health . The best 
and cheapest place In California for a slok per- 
son to get well. q 

Live Well. 

Tho^e who eat good dinners are amiable, 
Bad fee ling is tbe oauseef many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Restaurant, on Wash- 
Inpto- treet, at the oornerof Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently bappy. Henry 
Bockes, w£io has caterec for the public 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. b 



Oyster Tra<le. 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
gigantic proportioni. Emerson Corvllle. of the 
&«idle Rock, 410 Pine street, famishes from 
bl own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
is Biers to all parte of the Paoluo Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
ass extended all over tbo continent, and the 
"Saddle Bock" is known everywhere, m 



CnaiavoTAHT. — Madame Clara Intonta, the 
clairvoyant. Independent Traroo Medium, 
Office, 426 Kearny Street. ConsultatlonB uj 
English, French and German, q 



it Yon Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
sot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
dry. x 

It la Perfectly A stonier* In ft 

How beautifully and quick!/ they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a_n. returned the same evening If de 
aired. x 

To Those wlio Swire Bald. 

Do not fall to call at 318 Bush street (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Prof. Hayden's Hair Restorative. w 



Beet Quality of JDoarelElxi 

Driving gloves, at ? 2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry x 

S* wing Mavchinet for Sole or to Rent, 

Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
MUls'B Adjustable Treadle. x 



Something Newfor the Public 

THEY MOST KNOW THATs ^ggfflfc r'gl 
* be ■- can c<t a c^od square meat iBJEfy* . J 4 
and drink or cigar (or ONE HIT, at ^fP*^y? 

Shepherd's Shades, 

311 PIWE STREET, under tfce Fine Arts Asso- 
ciation Ga'iery, near oor. ot Sinsotoe at rest. MK. 
r»H*PHEKD bavifiKCCKiged on»of the best eoc-ka 
in H»n fran id *co, intends to aarva up Soups, Roaat 
Bee' and Muttoo, Kouat Pig, &&u*age, and London 
P t-pi*>, w:tb Vfpet.tb os, e'o. Fisb aoi Chowder 
onFfidtyn. Mr. SHEPHERD bartus; ODan*d toe 
atove EATING HOU-E .aND SALOON for the 
coovtQ'enee of tbe business men aronnd him, 
booej by strict nt'eai-rn to merit a, liberal sup- 
pn-t. The guest brand j of Wines, Liquors and 
Oie*rs. Hot L-)Dch (rim 11 until % 

K S.— Private Families sapoLed witb a superior 
srtiole if Als and Porter in Uottleiatffl per dor. 
Slea <be fl esL AAA Whisky at 9125 ptr oouie, 
delivered in aof part of tbe oity free aol£ lm 



SAN FRANCISCO 

lectric Messenger 

COMPANY. 



TBE OBJECT OF THIS COMPANY IS TO 
furoisb Cheap, Prompt and Reliable KfesEea- 
gere for the fl^livtry of notes email paohaee?, and 
run nin a of erranne to and ir jm any part of tbe 
Oity or 6ai Frascisoo. 

offices will be usta^Ushcd in central loca'ioos, 
and a bufucieot numb-r of m aseoceis kept at 
etc a offioe to inau*e p ompt a' to . i io . to t very cs.\\, 

EaoD subsariber will be farnisbed with an elec- 
trical apparatun, to be pkced is some oooveaient 
part of the ti' uie and counectea by a wire with 
tbe nearest office. By pressing tbe signal key no- 
tice w 11 ba -:Tei tbat a messenger Is wanted, 
wben one will be Bent forthwith to the piaoe 
ladicaicd. 

( hargei sire ns fullowi: 

For attaoHag wirs and aoparatua. $5 00 

For n*e of same per montb, 150 

For service of MeeBenger (per hour or less).. 15 

The public will herJly f jil to discover tbecocve- 
nleuce of suoh an arrangement, the advantages of 
which, in m&uy instances, mfgbt anperoede tbe 
r. ec-fni'y of paying oat, regular wagea for like 
services. 

Wire* will be laid and offioes established a^ boob 
aa a eoffioient number of bubaot ibe. s ara obtained. 

Subscription bookn ire now ojan at Room No. 
2t, Stevenson's Hoildicg soatbwes; oomtr Oili- 
forula and Montgorcery strevta. 

U. D. WHEAT. Superintend ent. 

San Friacisco. Augast let, 1872. aulfilw 



GAL. ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC 



RAiLROAD MEETING 

A MEETING OF THE BUBSORIBEKS TO 
• rt - the Capital Stosk of the CALIFORNIA AT- 
LANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD COM- 
PANY wi'l be beld at tbe Chamber of Commerce 
RoomB, ou 

Friday, 16th inst., at 11 A. M., 

To bear tbe Report of tbe Committee on Orgaui- 
zition 
au'Std R. G. SNEASH, Ohairman. 

ON srNDAT AUGUST lTtb 

....or THE 

ESPERANCE BESTAURANT, 
647 Oommsro'al s< rest below Kearny. 

AFTES THE FIRE OF JULY 21 
bin beso fitted up In a tew 
style. tBDecially u tbe kitchen de- 
partment. A flret-ilasB FKHNUtf . 

uOuK iu paituersnlp in tbe establishment will 
do everything po^B.bltt to give entire eatiBfaoiion. 

Men), with hulf-boitle Wine * O SO 

ISTlrfcet* . 6 85 

ISuLird by lb.-- Week (in advance) 6 6tf 

■9"Oood Meals! Cteacline»l Comfort! and Po- 
litunPBsl Please try tbe Eeptr.mce Destaurant. 

sol5 tf J, LeOLERO A OO. 

MONEY TO LOAN, 

At 9 per Cent., on 

CITY REAL ESTATE SECURITY 

FROM AKD AFTER THIS DATE, BY 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan 

SOCIETT. 

ED ve. HAETIS, Secretory. 
San Fbahcisoo. Aognit in. 1872. «nl2 it 

FRENCH MUTUAL PRGVIDERT 

Sayings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

■9* A. Dividend of Nine per cent, per 

annum net (9 per oenb.) upon t e opera'iona of tbe 
1 re nth Savings and Loan Kocie'y for tbe Biz 
mon b- enrline June 29tb, 1372, hss, in conformity 
vritb the report of tOe ' omumt-ee of Venfi.aiioa 
appointed by tbe members of tbe fcooie y, beeo 
deolared by the Board of Admifi'stratiou, at the 
Kemi-Annnal Mbo'ide held on th- 16th ins:-. Ibis 
dividend will be payable on and &f r.er 'be 18 1 h ioet. 
at tbe offioeof the Society, 4 t\ Bueb Btreet. 
GUSITAVE MaHIC, 
j>20 lm Director of trough Savinga Buo k. 

The Two 

"^OT SCOTCH'a." 

IS Morton street, near Kearny, 

....A1TD.... 
IBS Satter street, 1 door below Kearny 

A] I Drinks, Plain or Kixed, lOo, 

HOT I>r\Cn EVERY NIGHT. 

Eng-lisH Ale on Draught 

FELDM1SS <fe BBICrGS. 



The Celebrated Physician of 

St. Louiy, 

I 8 NOW AT HIS PRIVATE PAELORS 8» 
and 88 Hnsi Uouee, ready to wait on Oen*le- 
men. L-oturea at Mercantile Library Uull aea n 
next week. j)3i lm 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATKDR SOOIRTIKS, AIfl> THE PRO- 
feseioD generally —The uodenlgoed bem K 
i?i°SB *AVi n nMtl of PLAT BOOKS and 8TAA'- 
DARD DE4M.i6 that he ia oonstantly rocetvin 
tne Latest Pnblioat'ona from alt American anc 
Ennliitb Roa-ea. Address all orders to R. H. Efr 
WARD8 (lateD.lL Appleroa 4 Oo"ir64vsX 
5lO Moutgo »ery street, San Franoisoo 
Oataloguee furniahed on application. a» la 



10,000 Useful Articles 

CEEAPBR 

THAI AT AIT OTHCB STOKE, 

....AT 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Mens' Clothing, 

CHEAPER 

THAU AT AST OTEEB STOBE. 
■ AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARH YSTREET, OPP0 SITE PIAZA. 



EVERT KIND OF 



Housekeeping Goods, 



TB.AJS AT A1VX OTHER STORE, 

.,..aT.... 

TAN SCHAACK & COS, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 

Toilet Articles, 

CHEAPER2 
THAU AT ANT OTHEH ISTOBI, 

. ^s r....AT....s»^o - 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, 0PP3SITE PLAZA. 



EVERT STYLE OF 

FANCY GOODS, 

OHEA PER 

THAJf AT ANT OTHJBK STOKE, 
....AX.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OFPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

OBEAFER 

THAN AT ANT OTDEtt STOKE, 

AT 1 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAN AT ANT OTHER STOKE, 



TAX SCHAACK &:C0'S, 



KEAJMY STREET' OPPOSITE PIAZA 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PACIFIC STONE COMPANY OAXL 
tbe especial attention of Arobiteots, Engin- 
eers, and tbe pnblio in general, to the SUPERIOR 
QUALITY of the Stone now being msnufattnr*.i 
by them in this city under the Baosome Patenbe. 
They make to order and keep in a took: 
Unlldlne Front* Water Pipe, 

8Iuk.«, HonnoeDti, FuuatalDt, 

TIlea, Coping, for "Wulta, 

Filter*, etc, etc., 

Together with Bansome'a celebrated Free-Grit 

Grindstones, all of which we guarantee aaperlor, 

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

■9-The attention of private parties intending to 
bnild in respeoUuIty eoHcited. 
Offloe, No. IO BUSH STREET, St n Franoisoo. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

R0ARIHG OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERSI 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS 1 

APPETIZING EKEAKFASTS, ITTKCHES 
DIN NEBS AND BUPPEE8, 

BKIJTO TTOTIK 1VIFJB! 

HIEING TOCB FAMILY * 

BRING TOVB LADT FKIKrVDA 

And enjoy a view of the FINEST OCEAN PANO 

BAMA IN THE WOR/.D, all in eight of 

the wedd-renowned 

Golden Crate, 

With a fleet o white- winded meBsengers enteriBf 
from every part of the commercial world. 

•W New Line Bneeea, connecting with Stroot 
Oars at Lone Mountain ev-iry 15 mlnates haronfMc 
for the Cliff Houte. Fare 25 cents. 




feCflLIFORRiA_RESTflUR«BT 

NOB. 61 0, «1« AND *>■> 4 HONT- 
gomery street, near Uerohant.— 
Ladies' Saloon oonnooted with the R*s> 
taorant. 

Bill ot fare, 

tee Cream or Coffee FKEB to 
any senoo BpeudlbK SCe. 

Heap, with FiBh or Rroasts 15o l 

Two JEt;g* 15c 

Tares F-icso. X9c 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 15c 

Bteaka or Chops, with Tea or Ooffae...l5o 

Sirloin Steak, do fte 

Fresh Oystera, Raw or Stowed T5o 

Bottle of White Wine or Beer lOo 

Bottle of Claret Widb 15c 

Pies, Padding or Cake 50 

Oat McaL Masher Cracked Wheat.... bo ' 
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Olarot WinB So 

dol-t* JOHN BEGAN. PropristoiT 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

....FOB ... 

PIANOFORTEjand SINGING. 

MONS. ALPXANDdR WO LOWS RI. THB 
well ba own Pcnist and Vocalist- has too 
honor to in form his friends and tbe public of Sao 
Francisco that he opens courses for Piano and 
Singing, br his entirely Lew and simplified sys- 
tem, the shortest in existence— reading Mueto at 
sight. aoLompaniments of an. a-*eg by a new 
march of harmony, &b well as tbe most thorough 
boowledRL ol time, by Hons. Wolo^vaki's dcw io- 
TOation. whioh bas created a ffreat peosstion in 
the maBioal noWd. Ltdies and Rc-nr emen des^- 
ronB to beoome fine hingtra or excellent perform- 
e^B oBn leave t.b>'ir orders at tbe Piano Warerooms 
ol WM. BADGER. No IS SuDseme street; or, at 
Mons. W.'s resiaeoce. No. 4.3: SattBr street 
jy 31-lw 



VERY HANDYJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MARKET, HOWARD All 

Missioo Btreet cars take yoa to No. 8 Seeoaa 
■treet* Kearny, Smter, and Central cars take 
yon to 1«4 Kearny street 

Our Tt?**7-o Stores, 

Where yoa can be supplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds of FHHNISHING GOODS and TOILB 
ARTICLES at prices lower than most stores o* 
afford to sell them for, 

99- Call and satisfy yonraelvM. 

jyUtf HKNKDICT <fc CO. 



PURS WATER. 



CALIFORNIA 



Porous Stone Filter. 



FOR HOUSEHOLD OR MANDFAOTCRirfO 
pnritoff-s Hotels, Hes anrante, DistUleries. 
Druggists. Hospitaie, Pnblio institutions, and all 
purposed where Pure Waer >B iodiap-nsible. 

The maliers of ths Filter claim its superior t» 
overall o'her^ in tile applioation of STONE as a 
FILlEKir«G MiDIUil. being tb* only true sod 
natural roe'hod. 

This Fii-er is retdily attached ;o all faucets in 
oommon m", aodbfinir raveraibie ie s^lf-ole-voing. 
iris HIGHLV^INDORS D Bit THE MEDI- 
CAL r AODLTY. U«'l and b. o it in operation at 
the DejM>t, No. 808 Market street. 

ALfRED (JLAtiEE, Sols Agent, 

•»-Price 92 60 each. A liberal discount to deal- 
er*, and lw 




EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HARD and mute 
to ORDKK, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Kearny street* 



RACINE HOUSE, 

No. 10S3 Kearny stt. 

8AM FBANOISOO. 

THE ABOVE H0U8E IS CONVENIENT M±! . 
to all the steamboat landings, bufliDBaa-QS 



lowest prices Restaurant atuobed to tbe bonjat 
where the best of board can be had on the rwtao- 
rantplan. OPKN ALL NIGHT. 
jn34 lm J. BIUKEahTAFF. Proprietor. 



GO TO 

! CLAIM'S 

FOB TOUB 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Yon con Stive from SO Cents to Threa 
JBolIurs on every pair yoa bny. 

KTOIjAJV, 
11 Third street, near Mnrfcet* 

•9-Look out for the BIO BOOT. >o3 lm_ 



L 



J. GORIH v TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS REMOVFD FROM CORNER OF 80^ 
mer and Montgomery streets to Ko. *■• ■ I 
MONTGOMEET STRKET, botwoen Pino and 
Bush, oooos.ts the Ross Housa apl IB 



DA8HAWAY STABLES. 

119 POST ST.. BET. KEARNY | 
liquid Danont. — Rookaways and* 
BondOBon tbe moet reasonable terms. 
Ladies' and Gen tlsmeo's Saddle Horses 
always on band . Partionla I attention- 
p»i4 to Brrr*iin& \*zs«a4is«J " B45I f*>27 it 



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la an1 innWrtl.'iOB lOtb* 

a £*•*•,) rt-.nrai Itl BBan* 
.a4*<rtees .aeSAeate.aaew.ftg lie *{>' F DnsBD'y on tbe ■ 
■'aft < ' •-• t> j; h<« ct*.' (ill, ksdetbtr coaiatst.iircw. 
I0HWAT PTRHET. Tbe caJl to ir«i. tod I 
Mm set lew, 

HER. Mattes by Ike wMeitle. Reel 
tc I Km- a. New fir* hrCren'. Toe new tout forte. 
% (A1HM0C5T PARK, i rav-r-ncit'iK- 

TONY C Ell. Ha 6REAT STILT PERFORMANCE. 

1 I.fj l»..ec«- MIm W»k(<o Wunrr 

M IN THi .U0Tf.Ii. Tha M**.c Soiper. Dream' of 
a>et«e.*a •>•*■•!• fi.«. 

< THE CONTINENT T" it JarliirjML nil by M<- 
Clotky. Xrploeto*-. WONDER PCL ESCAPF. 



-A.OT SECOND. 

J IHMriV DttMPTY Id bli saw boose. V pa tad Dwwbs o( 
DANCB IN THE AIR 
LAM. A ikMUaV, Graad ai*Um:r- 
>* of tba Bictata of Mae-oary; 

URDKRS aed HIPPODROME, lafro- 
DEKII H ud Cm atoed.rfolfAa.ilj ol Wooden- 

MPiri WOHDERFU'. PERFORMING ELEPHANT 

km C uud liM*.(r Mill HagBlr Ma-W 

II. EIRE SCKNE. Tbs new depaftmentaadold tois. 

LOI <-lNO HOUSE. 
7. HnBPTV dumfty ON POLICE DUTY. 

Grand Transformation. Tableau 



noui »k STXHDA.Y EVENING 



Houaoe to lu»t< 



In the Land or Rout Diikavk 



FXTRA HUMPTY TJUMPTY NIGHT 



■ Oara will Kara tba Thtvatr* for the Mlaaloo aoJ Ncrtb Baacb erer? D.'fibt at the cloae of tbe Dfrfurmaiic«. 



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Orntriil .AtlmlMloH 

I»r«-aa (irrlr und Orfhfitra. Raaarrad b»aJa... 
PrlTMlc llatn 



1 OO , Piirqoet &O 

I fii* lOullery *fi C«ot» 

» OOl aaa-Sfk'.a aiar ba bocnrad Bis Daysic adT*Dca.-«* 



■ aWWfj .l>anl* I..)i*hib 

KITTY TYRRELL! 

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mt cta*i '-■• v 

.•f JaAnar > "••• 

8TUWP BP»ici7^r~ ~JJ~J. KBWwaOY 

DobbA* Hact aa4 !»>■»». 

Dpw 4'Anrtpn .Reynold* Urol hem 
i«ruo~T.-.^..-....~ all. cmai. eoMiu 

BARKING UP THE WROJIO TREE! 

u.t. IB r. oiai m . 

1 w. I. HI*. « ...»»• Hnilr K..1 nnd tlns.ihliMf 

"Hbaily 1>n OPERA BOTJFFE ! 

Bf MISS KKNNLDY. wllb Iitab. bcotb and rrarjcb Sooaa. 

*- 1 r « > a - I lllMl I>Illl! 

J. U. LARKIN and .OARRIS ARMBTRORO 

Bullnal Tmnns «airr«lawai 

f5or5elrs -N"7 X. A. -B- 

J.ka . <»*o«a R»«n-.lda I Pata Cttaa R«*nolda 

Coaa-Parrjwink • Dbil OatfaU I Mtat ttlaatiaa ....ltr». OonaU 

OvarMra P 1 ?. 1 *^"^ 

Oonclodint wild ibo Tnnil.nt iwo-aot Drama of 

Jonathan Bradford! 

OR. Till! 

riROER AT THE ROADSIDT: INN! 

B..d'o-d R O. M.r.h I L«»Tir Oiii J.H.Lnlai 

run Mi'Jni»7...l.'*a McO.rM Surriy... Rilpil. .. Wi 1 B»:h 
O.Ub».r1-.nii.«. .11 so. »„ I (lofDOnl «.br. loh.n. To.™ 

I »f(n.r li8:sjQ T. bittoDJltii Onlfird.. Mi'iFilltton 

Mr ™l.l*t . M»'t K.I » I ".IlT ... lanUJlbMM 

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THE OPJKOT OP THIS (OVPANY IS TO 
I X forniab Cbaar. Promtft aed Ralitblo i1«i"o- 
I car* tor 10a dallvary of toV> arxull packasM, and 
I ronnin* of airanaa to and frjaa Bay part of tba 

lOllfOf »*1 KlAQOltOO. 

I OffloBB will bs aalaMlabtd in cantrat lo^atione, 
land a aafftclaat eatab r of m MaagiTi kapt at 

laacb o*V* to lata i a p'orant atWuifii (oavarrca!). 
I Baob .-.'■•CNbar an!) i« I itnubtd nltb ao elac- 

trloal i i <cad In nm| too* e mt d I 

I pa*t of lb* boota acd ooBoectad lj a % ] r „ w j ( h 
[tba Btiraat offloa. Si pr*»i,u£ liiaaicatl kcr no- 
|Ut* aril ba tirpo tl.at a maiiancar It wtoUd, 

wrian oqa mil La MQt forihwiiti 10 tba olaca 
" ndica:a«l. 

< bnrgci are oa rollawai 

For BlttcMoi-i,, infliDpAFItof. V Ml 

jEor OMftf nna par moots. 1 '•'■ 

f?i "ciriifl of Maiaaogar (par bear or !«■•).. U 
I T>* publio will htrilr f >>l to ditoorar tba costo- 
lnlooea of auab aa anaoi aturnt, tba advanUB** of 

wbigb. In mint inalaneaa, rai«bt «o[itro*d* tba 

eao»*«U> of paifof oat rtsular wacaa for like 

■andtna. 

I Wlna will ba laid aed ofitow aHabMibed aa Bfloo 
'tf A a offlcian I no at bar cf aubaci il,c--i ara obiaipad. 
I Vaaaenptloo books ara aow oys>n at Room Mo. 
lit. luttoion'i Uoildloc, BOQtbwir.-. corntr Oati- 
ifornla and Monl«on rrjr atraals. 

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PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

YUMMXIA CITY, REV AD A. 

THIS BLEOANT THEATRE BA8 BEEN ftE- 
iaaBtaas d , aad oaa ba ranted by tbaatibt Of 
by tba waak. EUra and trarallog oonDantes 
Mlbarallr Uaated wild oo appflaaAIOa bf latter 
u JOfl.N PIPES, 
Uenaaar and aple Freflirletor, 

• »0 Waablaartoa atreat. ttaa rraaeTaoo. 



To the Dramatic Profession. 

CNDERBIONED, WHO HAS RKEN 
r twalr* yamra oosaeet«d with tt* vreas of 

oa, and la wall known br tba aambara ot 

ike prwfaeaion la the Ooloaiea. bees to inti 
.the air- - 



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■ prepared to |tva experteeead advto* se 

_ aa pTOfeeaioeeJtr Tialtia* or medtutias a 

jft to the AawtreJIas Oolooiea. Fae moderate. 

oaotoailtf in dlapetebloc replies n±j be relied 

' PO °" WILLIAM BERRY WATKRB. 

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OPERA GLASSES 

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Repaired wbsrs tbay 
made tbs naataat and obaapca — ai 

O. J. if. RPVER'H. 
jrlllBl <•» MoeifornwrT ■'•» 



A CREAT REVOLUTION 



Domestic Economy 

THE RKW YORK PATENT OARPET RBNO- 
TAtinR Company, PatvitM l>n..atnb»r, 1^0. 
Closna and r-a'oraa tar pel* to the.r orifflntl b«an- 
lyand briaktats* wltboot removins tba tame 
fiom tbo Uuor. All Dost, Oroatf, or Uoet Bmokp. 
r*mor«d by oor prouns, aad defaced colors will 
beooflse aa tnehtta wbeo naw. 

1 ba . lAhiy if tba raatoralivt Is a>ao sot injori- 
on« toiha nfaidallcalo f abrlo and tint, acd ts an 
actoaJ prevent vc ct moth and vermta. 

SAN FRANCISCO OFFIOE. 

No. 128 KHA1INV STREET, ROOM 5. 

Jy 31-lm SIMON LEOPOLD. Manager. 



Mb. rliMo* LtOFOtD, MaitAorTtlfKW YrnKRrn- 
OVatin'. Co. — Wo bt*s trod juor patent oo Oarpat 
spotted witb Ink and rreico ipots.acd can freely 
say yoo have ngoce-afu Ij- < irantd th»m. 

JOH.N8JNA OO.OnAND HOISL, 

Jnly2Ttb. 8ao Fraocisoe, tal. 



IMPORTANT TQJOUSEKEEPERS 

»1^ABLEWARE AND HOUBEHOLD GOODS 
A of every deacri^uon from wblcb tee silver Is 
wore, can ba ra-platad in tbs ttneat and djop*. ilur- 
Bble ntonor ai ibe SAN FHANGIbOO GOLD 
AND SILVER PLAHNO WORKS. 
eSS Mlaaloa airrrt. bet. New MorJlynm. 
fry nnd Third. tosH lm 



NOTICE TO 

BOYS AND CtRLS. 

ITIBK F1FTT-CEMT HKCIL SHARPENER. 
JL tor the nil ot School Childno, i« dow lor ull 
br tba HinollcKim ud Aunt. JA8. STOTT 
1M< llirklt Itrcit- io» 2' 



r\tl AND AFTER TRE FIRST SEPTEMBER 

ALL THE BA'BER SHOPS AND IATH HOUSES 
IN THIS CITT 

WILL CL05B AT 8 O'OLOOK EVERV EVEN- 
I.IO EXOEPT SATURDAY. l«9tl 



Bar Sugar 

FOR SALE— SIR KEARNY STREET, AT 
MERCEK-8. Also, tTsry kind of Caodies. 
Wbotaaaistnd RetilL 
stlO tf H. 1. MFRrrB 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OB THE FENEBT OANBY 
made at oar Steam Oaady Factory daily. All 
Order*, especially from tbe ooaotry, ere aoliolted 
and will be promptly attended to, 

OANTY A WA011 KB, 
107 Mostiomery.at.. Beat Setter 



Grand Free Lecture! 

... AT ... 

a^lj^LTT'S UAIaIj, 

....OM ... 
MOM1W RVRRIRQ AlO. I»lh 

ALL DR. PAYNE'S TALK TO THE PEOPLE 
is based on tbe "Open Bock of Nature." 
THEMK ot IJtb Lectors lo La Belle Ban Fran- 
c.*oo- ,, 8Kl F MAOli MHN" I bin talk will em- 
brace jnet wbat is Irne of Pbrtnoictfj and Pby*i> 
cg-romp aa sppl'td to tbe " toman form divine." 
aid DobiDK more. No " medical abote." will be 
Riven oo tbis occaa-oa. Literary and Ilistotio 
Tratb, itrnnfi on tbe nimble tODtroe, will be tbe 
Order of tbe tver-infr Biiif antl)ia(ioQa of tbe 
mental cbarhcteris ics of LORD B\C0N. JEAN 
PADL, BYRON. POE. HUMBOLDT DI0KEN-*. 
VICTOR HUGO. DARWIN. WEBSTER. CLAY. 
GRANT, GRPELEY, COMBE, etc Difference 
bsteesn moral and mental power*— Una* Mecbao- 
ics. Great Edior*. Orators, ale, etc. W bat made 
them so. 

•aT-Medioil Examination same as at hdme, $1 00: 
A nl br op u logical Eintnini. nor », 85 00, Prices of 
PrcssHpttons depood on oonlitiocs entirely, suit 



THOMAS W. BREE, 

V» MANUFAOTUREKi 
af — AHD— 

^ H F. V A 1 K I It t 

j&^T -or— ^ 

IV5 DRUMS, BANJOS. 

UililB MTJB1C AX IrsBTRCMTE-wy" 

KbTABLISHED IN 166S- 

bw- LesKDS elven on tbe Banio and Drum , C4 » 
MISSION bTREET. b«twetn First and Hecond. 

N. B.— rma-toned B.lver bolo Banjos for Pro- 
sasionals always on band. !al-t tl 







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ARION 

Pianoforte. 



DECLARED BY THE JUDGES AT A LATE 
Fair of tbe Amerioao Inetitnie, after a blind- 
fold trial a**ei»et Bteinway'e, Obiokerine a, and 
otharrLte be THE BEST ON EXHIBITION. ». 
CCRTAX, Sole Agent. So O'Farrell street. 
N K.— Planoacf all styles TO RKNT. maH 



FRONTIER & BELLEIflERE, 
Manufacturing Jewellers, 

Mom Agate and lluurti llttcrt, 

IMPORTERS OF WATCHES A FINE JEWELRY 

70S MO.HTQOM.KJnr ItailT, 
j^.4ii One door porib ol Wnbip£ton. 



BARGAINS ! __ BARGAINS ! 

ISO DOZEN HATS 

TO BE SOLD 

BeloMr Cost! 

Witbio ice reit tbirty days, at 

MRS. E. RECAN'S, 

;,.' lai 11M "IrJlJlD bTKEEf 



HALL'S 

A R .A' 

% I L 
P A R 

A PR I 
R s L l 

A A , 

YELLOW* 

DOCK 
IODIDE oTpOTASS 

THE BEST BEAUTIF1KR OF THE 

OOMPIiEXION 

Id an. Oom PimplM, BolU. Blowb«, Rblll- 
miti'3. ud MtrODriil Pilbi For ull bj ill 

Dr '"" u J. B. «ATK a CO.. 

X*r«prlet4>ri, 
Cor. araoaM u° CoaiBimlal M, 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance and 
Web«oot Pills. Inimf 



Dr. ZBi!e's.New Russian Jurkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEF., 

Ku. fi'-dH I*nelflc alreet. 

ri'UI VEST AM) MOST COMMOPIOUB E8- 
1 iebUsbm«Tj. of tbe kind, tlrlior in Ef-ooe o 
Amsrioa. CooTSoient and separate apartment*. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters, gaits* of roome in fae aaree 
batldinf for priTSte patients. ]»M tf 



TO LOVERS OF SONC fthO SOCIAL EHJOYMUT 

A Sele«t t-r^^-iinil-Fiiay at tb«j 



CHARING 



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SALOOt, 



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BteEt 
MaJ* 



GEORGE HATES 

EALXR II* OYSTKRB. OLAM8 

and.ll kinds Of 8HEJ.L FISH, 



Nos. tO, 41, 4*, California 



aaOK MIRSI0N 8T '.. TW P DOORS FROM 

taken al 

I-oodon NeVe,"P0BOO~ Bell's Life, blfppeV, Day's 
DeloKA.Oall and Figaro on tile. Tbs best of Hot 



eTery hstorday evenlna;. 
.„.. tharp. O, W. Browo. Ohalnnan 
Urlbbage, Wblat, Obese, Billiards. eTery nlgbL 



bacon 
taken at 8 :30 P.M.. sharp- 

'"' Hi " 



« and Liquors serrod 



J, KAOLEB. Prorletor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREPT AHATORIICAL MUSEUM 

And College of Medicine. 

INBTRTJOT- 



■**- Dli. JOBDAN' h B1TA 1 : TL 0»*yiC», OPPOtl 
Mechsnica' Fair. 81 I fiaar> atr»et an 



A NEW DISCOVERY. 

RELIRF TO ORIPPLBB.-THFf 
area*, snecpae attending theR ^3 
nseof DR. HALL'S CORN AND 
BUNION UOE hua created con -({' 
sternaiioD tttnongst the earn doc- 
tors. Tbs pablio no lotger psy a large fee 
temporary cure, when a rifty-cent bottle of Dc 
Hairs R-nnidy will give immediate relief, ni 
effect a permanent cure for tbe worst Corns ana 
Banione. F. RIDER, Agent, 

joe If 



A'. lHUUB.nilouii, 

B. R, oor. Bosh snd Dupont s 



CHINESE & JAPANESE GOODS 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Cor. Montgomery aad PiDestrssU. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHJJSA 
Gooda. fine Freoob Fancj Artlolea etc. sto. A 
lanre stock of fine SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 



ALHAHIBRA LODGING HOUSL 

FIIfRLY TVr VIBBJSD BOOMS. SXH- 

gle or tn suite. 

Weil EjjtfatoA sued T«a\«Ua>i«e>» 

Onrornisnto; Rooms to Let. Lodging wlilr 
ALBAMBRA BULLDOTO, 



lareat, sntrance on Oaliforola street. % — ■• ^saw 
Pebtio or pritate partiee and families anppliad 
-ots P A-K to 12 v w. Ledise* sod Oen'.temen't 



0«6txx<S.7 a - OeajaO.<a.y. 

MA. MERGER, RTJOOEBBOR TO a B. 
• Mercer, Wbolesels and Retail Oandy Mann- 
lacturer. Gift Kearny street and 1ST Second 
afreet. Sao Francis*) KatsbBabed. ISM OrAstas 
filled to aoy extent *«• * 



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T^L Gr JL. H. O ." 



HE JCTTBNAX OF AMUSEMENTS. 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC NLWS. 



"nbriahed every Day in the Tear by 
J-. P. BOGABDTTS 

89 Merchant and &&& Woehioston 8ti 

Below Montgomery. Ban Franciso. 



EATCRDAY APQC3T 17, 



McDowell, rihow Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. s.E. corner 
Montgomery and B asraraento stre ets, d 

Tlie Old Oyster House. 

For the last elgbtyears The Bivalve kept by W 
Bpreen 6*> Market street, has been THE fashionable 
oystsrhonasof Sao Francisco. The private rooms 
sp stairs are Terr popular for w»ddiag parties and 
npper parties. After the theatres cell at the Bi- 
ysIvb three doors below Kearny for your oysters. 

Oak Poisoning. 

The scientific, certain cure dtacorered and 
practised at Dr. Bourne's Baths, No. 10 Masonic 
Temple. Entrance on Post street. No core, 
bo pay. 2 

fox- WonninK 

Blurt*, $1 W per doe.; email places, SOe. per 
d?i. A*, the Wc&tObeer I*osdry. 



A bxjlL Hat ana at Marts WUzinski'fl "But- 

latin" Glgar Siore, northeast corner Bush and 

Kearny, u a real Hsvsm. Nuff oed. 
» — 

10,000 HaU, 

AgreU sacrifice in hsts is now being m»de at 
"The" Hat Store, NT Washington street, below 
Kearny. An endless variety of styles at prices 
that defy competition. Be sore to call at "The' 
Hat Store before purchasing, aad see haw cheap 
we sell. ^____-____ s 

I>o You lAnow 

That wlt'a BtrrTKnioi*i Patteuts yon can cut 
and make any garment to at perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for as Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A, Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, So. 113 Kearny street, between Sntt 3 
ana Post, San Pranclsoo. * 

flair Jewelry made to Order. 
H. A Callcnder, Manufacturing Jeweler, 62 
Second street, San Francisco. D 



FhotourftphlO Care-;. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples] Art 
Gal. cry, 3* Third stxaet between Stevenson and 
Mis elan streets. X 



Foreign and Domestic DrnffS. 

Assayers, Bakers, Confectioners, Hair Dress- 
era, Dyers, and all manuftcturera needing drug. 
gist's articles, will find It to their advantage to 
examine the cath price list of Stroh, Schmidt 
A Co., importers, uncce-*. on to Hug & Schmidt) 
635 Commercial et„ one door below Montgom- 
ery. Agents for Hoi-ton's Tobacco Antidote, k 



"Wlisit Cheer L»aundry 
Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat 

roalxed by ever ybodr. * 

Dear 9Iel Bow Sue Paiittsl 
K. B. — Use Digest's famous Oheke de Lis' 

and they oan'c see It. h 



Sam Moore, 

Formerly of Buss House OsrrifgeB, can be 
found in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
tablishment, southwest corner 3 h and Mont- 
gomeyy bis., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
left at either place prom pUy attended today 
ox night, at reduced rates. BO 



Wnshlnj; Beturned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
IAnndzy, 

.Health snaPleasure. 

There 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 
teep a carriage of their own, can And one 
equal In elegance to any private conveyance 
at the Occidental Carrie etand. Frank Boa* 
ton has there, and at his stables 1016 Stockton 
street, carriages of every description. His 
drivers are careicl and experiences, his charges 
are moderate. The moral of the above Is: 
go to Frank Bouton at the occidental Hotel 
When you want a carriage. o 



Am Old Landmmrk. 

The Verandah Cigar Store, at the 5.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, 
tobsooo, choice meerschaum pipes, eto. a 



Preen an! Sweet, 

For the best confectionery, go to Caaty and 
Warner's, 107 Montgomery et. near Sutter. k 



Altogether the Best. 

It Is curloup, but tine, that J. A Shaber, 
707 Market street, near Third, should sell fur- 
niture and bedding cheaper thnn any other 
dealer In this city. Tiy him and you will be 
convinced. x 



It la Perrectly Aatonlehinj 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 ajm. returned the same evening if de 
sired, x 



Beet cj\ia.iit>- or Dogekin 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair,- at the What 
Cheer laundry x 

Sewing Machines for Sale or to Rent, 
Cheap, at 116 Post street. Also, Agency for 
MlBs'S Adjustabl e Treadle. x 

Comic Sons* 

r io more you need be troubled with flies, 
^PjbV Ho more need yon use prison— A, 
Just buy yourself a Hoosier Trap/iai * 
Pop go the flies In. 
Hoosier Fly Catcher Factory, 010 Sixth street, l 



Xvever Buckle Muspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 35 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where— at the What Cheer laundry. x 



Sanltarlara Salt Water Baths. 

C Hsu !-Why don't yon take Salt Water 

Baits regularly? Try one to-daj, aj the "Baa- 
iUriuai," foot of Powell Btreet, North Beach. 
Oitty 25 cents. Steam baths 50 cents, or two 
warm bath -et*, Dbtsooix k Bases, r 



A>o Wot Suffer from Corns, 

The unTOrtnnate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
' one, Olub and Ingrowing Nails, can tnd Instant 
relief by at plying at Dr. B.H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to" 6 p.at. We 
speak from experience, having tested the Doe- 
tor's capability. Beferences given If required, a 



The season at many of the London theatres is 
drawing to a close. At the Lyceum. Mits Bate- 
man was announced to have closed hsr en«ag?- 

meat Jaly Zilh At thePiinM-s-'s, Fechter was 

to bare Uken a farewell benefit oa Jaly 25th. acting 

Hamlet At tea Qassn't, Bandmann and wife 

ware announced Tar the Ttd in "Dasd or A lire," a 

new drama by Tom Tajlor Th* St James and 

Priaesof Wales* clos*d 27tb ; Royalty. S st At 

th* perfaimanas to bars brea given attheDr^ry 
Lane on the 3*-.b for the bes»fi ; of the Boyil Gen- 
eral Theatrical Fond, Setbern was to have Imper- 
sonated Lord Dundreary, bis son Lytton was to 
bare made his debut aa Lient. Vernon, and Ed- 
mund Oo!es, who bai returned to Louden after an 
absence of two years in America, wib to haTe pl&rSd 

AsaTrenohard At the Slrasd. Henry J. Byron 

was announced for the ill At tie Albaabra, 

Miss Kate Sautley is annonnced f >r Sept. 1st as 

Onnagoade in"Le Roi Ca-otte." At the Royal 

Italian Opera, Corset Caroes. "II Gnirany" was 
produced on Jaly Win and repeated oo the 16tb, 
bat proved a failure Oaths 13th Adelina Pa'ti 
took a benefit. BinriDg Valentine in "Lea Hugue- 
nots." Season closed 20tb At Her Msjestv'a 

Opera, Drury Lsne, **L* None di Figaro"' was per- 
formed on the 17th, with Titiens Miss Kellogg, 
Niluon, and Signora Rota and BaMelioin the cut. 
The London press compliments Misa Ksliogg'a 
singing very h-gh'y. 

At the London Concert Balls at lateit dates 
Arthur Lloyd was doing nighty tame at the Sao, 
Pavi.ian and Boyal Mackney was at the Ox- 
ford At tbe Metropolitan the Two Headed 

nightingale was ennoanced to make her last ap- 
pearances prior to her departnre for America. 
H 'rrr Clifton, the comic motto vocal st, died at 
his residence in London Ecg . Jaly 15 "A, at tbe 
age of 5J years. His health hid been gradnaily 
failing for some years, bat be did not take to hie 
bed ontil the Friday preceding his decease. Mr. 
Clifton was a natire of Hoidesden and wa*eda- 
oatedat Chsstnnt. At an early age be waa left 
an orphan. By dint of superior natural ability 
and psrsever&noe he soci won for himsslf a name 
in the mosic hall profession, and th> popularity 
which bis songs attained Is best attested by the 
fast taat even now the: are. whistled by the street 
boy, p'ayed by every barrel organ, a-d sung in 
every town a*d hamlet in the United Kingdom. 
Harry Clifton's aongs had little in common with 
the eaTosione ordinarily accepted as comic Of 
all of them wsmv say that, if not exactly poet- 
ical, they are pure and eaoh has a moral tendency. 
The kindly nst or s of the man was breithed in bis 
verses. His motto throughout life appears to 
have bee a "Help one another, B^ys." Hie gener- 
osity was proverbial, and his hand wai ever ready 
to assist a deserving o*u£e. Eight years ago be or- 
gaa : x%d acaooert oompany, aad periodically visi- 
ted the principal citUs in tbe three kingdoms 
with the most signal success. His loss will con- 
sequently be widely felt. 

The municipality of P ris has votsd 85>« francs 
towerd the reparation of the Theatre Ljr.iie- 
whioh willccst5».rM 



Oysters. 

In etrolling ro -jeq the other night. 
To look at 'Frleco by gas light, 
Our careless feet, by ohance aid stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of wafers bright, did make a Bcreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen : 
While mo*8y stone *nd pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window eeem to be 
Some fairy grotto of tbe see. 
"Stop," said my friend, "let's go In hsra— 
It looks so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I most 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 wl^h — 
Said they had almost any dleh 
That we mlgnt name. We found it true, 
^nd cooked magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oyEtere, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every etylt; just think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
The) 'd clam t and crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place a?; kinds of game. 
Fl.-bj 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; 
So here they flock, the little tinners. 
To get what they oall "such nice dinners." 
Whoever doubts this let him rash 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again.. 
Pacific Oyster House, 837 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHARLES flAAKE, Proprietor. 



Dr. Oo hearty 

Has devoted his; study more particularly to 
efaionlc and specific practice, and as such is 
now the most successful of any Physician to 
San Francisco. - Office 519 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldeadorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House, z 



Dr. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 73,, st his 
Hygeian Hall, 637 California st„ and examines 
patients phrenologlcallyas to health. The best 
and cheapest place In California for a sick per- 
ton to get well. q 

liive Well. 

Those who eat good dinners are amiable. 
Bad feeling Is the causecf many crimes. Those 
who dine at the Pioneer Bestaurant, on Wash* 
lngtoa treet, it the corner of Dunbar Alley, 
live well, and are consequently happy, Henry 
Bochen, who has catered for the public since 
1849. provides for his customers Lake Tahoe 
trout, Salmagundi soap, game, tame geese, 
delicious entries, and everything the heart of 
man can desire. The best cup of tea in the 
city — English breakfast tea — Souchong sad 
Orange Pekoe— can be obtained here. s 



Oyster Tnwie. 

The oyster trade in California la assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson CorvUle, of the 
saddle Boek, 110 Pine street, furnishes from 
hi own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all parte of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
"Saddle Rock" is known everywhere. m 



CLAiavovAWT.— Madame Clara Antonia, tbe 
clairvoyant. Independent TrerOS Medium, 
Office, 126 Kearny Street. Connotations at 
English, French sad German. 4 



It You Want 

Your Blankets and FlanneLi well washed, and 
-.ot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Iaun 
dry, x 



Everybody Goes There. 

The place to buy a net is "IW Hax Sroar , 
647 Washington street, the second hat store be- 
low Kearny. The stock is immense, the f&Bh- 
[onB are the Uteet, and the prkes are the 
lowest. -jggj • 



Saarrsx A Iswnr, Plasterers, White&ers anfl 
Piper Hangers, Blu*> House, 161 Jessie St., cor. 
Third. AU work promprly attended to. o _ 



Removal, 

NeweU's Paragon Shirt B-ziar has been doing 
4 n immense business for the past yea* though 
hidden away up two flights of stslrs. Now it 
has oome out In loll view of everyone and is es- 
tablished at 136 Montgomery street. Occidental 
Hotel building, and is now fast monopolizing 
aG the fashionable custom of the city. This 
Basaar has become famous for perfect fitting 
■hirta at low prices, and NewelTs shirts cover 
the manly breasts or our best cttiaeos. r 



10,000 Useful Articles 



Use Bbodte's Woraamrtri. Rhetoatio Lot- 
bXEst, Then you'll remember me. a 



Wew Style Jewelry. 

Stringers and others oontemrUtlng making 
purchases of Jewelry should Inspect A. Hirsch- 
ma&'s elegant stock of new styles of jewelry, 

watches and silverware, at 133 Kearny street, 
between Sutter and Post, Everything at lowest 

cash rates, 9 

Rrmoval. 

H J Manning. Oyster dealer, former^ of the 
Blae Wing Saloon. Montgomery Street, hesre- 
moved to the Charter Oak Saloon oerner of Howard 
and Third Street*, where he bssincreeced facil- 
ities for aerv:ng the beet shell fieb, chops, eteake 
etc., in mark' t in e'egant style. His old friends 
and the pab-lc g-nerally are invited to give him 
a call. B 



300 Pairs ot Socks, 
At all price*, att he What Cheer Tauoory, * 

Clear* Yonx Wails, 

James C. SeUera, whitner, 31 Second street. 



To Those who Are JfcJald. 

Do not fail lo call at 218 Bosh Btreet (Mercan- 
tile Library Building) and obtain a bottle of 
Pro! Hayden's Hair Restorative. v 



Good Thlues. 

ThoFe who can appreciate anything rich, lus- 
cious and plquante, are invited to call in at 330 
Bush street, nearly opposite the Alhambra The- 
atre, and try Jones A Schroeder's celebrated crab 
chowder, served from 12 u. to 12 at niaht. oa 



NEW AOVERTtSEMENTS* 



BADGER'S 

Grand Central Park, Oakland. 

Second Station beyond Broadway. 

SUNDAY ATJOU ST IS, 1872 

Grand Instrumental Concert, 

... or..., 

OPERATIC SELECTIONS 

AND 

SACBED AND SECULAR MUSIC 

B? THE ORE3.T 

METROPOLITAN BAND! 

* UNDEB DIBEOnON OF OHAS. ALPEKS, 

Whea a Special Programme will b. prtssated 

earpaa;toz aa, tb.t tata celebrate i Muai- 

cal Direotor has yet presented. 



SK»TI«G, GYW .1ASTIC EX ERCISES, ETC 

Admleeloa 



Children l: cecte. 



25 cents 

aali It 



Something Newjor the Public 

THEY MUST KNOW THAT ^ ^ig^to sa. 
tte? can gat a good squsre meal aWEs?*^"* 
and drink or cigar for ON' £ UlT, at ^Hp|S^S 

Shepherd's Shades, 

311 PINE STREET, nnder tbe Fine Arts Amo- 
ciation Ga'lery, near cor. of Ssnsome street. MK. 
^BtPHERD having engaged onaof the bestcooka 
ia Ssn Franci«co, in:en 5 :o serra ap Soop.*, Boast 
Bee! and Matton. Boast Pig, Sausage, and London 
P t-pi*, with Vesetab es, e'e Fishsni Chowder 
on Fridays. Mr. SHEPHERD havicg opened tbe 
above EATING HOUSE aKD SALOUN for the 
coavtnenoe of the basiness men a-oond bini, 
hooea by striot attention to merit a liberal sup- 
port. The finest brands of Wines, Liqnors and 
Uigarg. Hot Lnnch from 11 or til ;. 

K S.— Private Families siprjl ei with a superior 
article of Ale and Porter in ik>UIe3&E$l perdoz. 
Also (he G'est AAA Whisky at 5:2i p«r bottle, 
delivered in nay part of the city free aa!6 ltn 



MONEY TO LOAN, 

At 9 per Cent., on 

CITY REAl ESTATE SECURITY 

FROM AKD AFTER THIS DATE, BY 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan 

SOOIETT. 

BDW. SABTIS, Secretary. 
8an FRAKCISCO. Angtiat It. 1872. .j12 3t 



OTTFIrtPB H. 

TBAJT AT AM OTI1CK STOKE. 
....AT.... 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 
ALL KINDS OF 

Mens' Clothing. 



THAN AT AST OTHER BTOBI, 



VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 



KEARXTSTREET, OPPO SITE PLAZA. 



EVERY KIND OF 

Housekeeping Goods, 

CHEAPEH 

THAN AT ANY OTBIK BTOttE, 
....AT 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



ALL KINDS OF 



Toilet Articles 



7 



che .a. :e=e xm 



THAN AT ANX OTHEK ISTOBE, 



VAN SCHAACK & GO'S, 



KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



FBEflCH BUTUJL PBGViDERT 

Sayings and Loan Society 

25th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. 

■St- A Dividend of Mne per cent, per 

an nam net i9 per cent.) apon t -e opsrsuone ot toe 
French Savings and Loao Hoc'e'.r for tbe eiz 
mon'h* ending Joae 29th, 1B71, hts, in confornntv 
with the report of tbe Committee of Verfljaiioo 
appointed by tbe members of the Sooie'y. been 
declared or the Board of Admin'Btration, at the 
t>Bini-Annuai Uoeticf; htl-1 on the 10:h ins;. This 
dividend will b» payable on and af r«r tbe ISih inet. 
at the office o( tha Society, 411 Bnsb GtreeL 
GU-STTAVE MAHS. 
Ji3Q laa Director of French Savings Bao k. 

The Two 

"HOT SCOTCH'S," 

15 Morton street, near Kettrny, 

....ASD.... 

139 Salter street* 1 duor below Kearny 

All Drinks, Plain or Mixed, 10c. 

HOT I^XJSCa EVERY MOQT. 

En^li^lx AJ.G on X>i*a.n.g-lit 

FELDMAMV dt> BBIQ69. 



The Celebrated Physician of 
St. Loui?, 

332T. 7E»-tgL"yp^E3 

f 8 K OW 4 T H1S PRIVATE PARLORS 87 

A and 38 Ens* Ucuae, ready to wvt oo G-«n-!e- 
meo. Leciuresat Hercaaiilo Library UeJl asan 
nertweek. jjSilm 



EVERY STYLE OF ■ 

FANCY GOODS, 

OHEA I^EH 

THAN AT ANT OTUEB 8TOKE, 

AI.... 

VAX SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLARA. 



Milton Gold Jewelry, 

CHE A PER 

THAN AT ANT OTHEK STOKE, 

....AT....! 

VAN SCHAACK & CO'S, 

KEARNY STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. 



GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION 



THAN A.T ANT OTHER STOKE, 

....AT.... 

VAX SCHAACK &:C0'S, 

KEARHY STREET' OPPOSITE PLAZA 



Pacific Stone Company. 

THE PAOIFIO STONE COMPANY OALL 
the especial attention of AronlteotB, Engin- 
eers, and the poblie in general, to theSDPEBIOH 
QUALITY of tho Stone now being nuuinfactnred 
by them in this eity nnder the R&nsome Patents, 
They make to order and keep in atook i. 
llulldiuz Fronts. W- a ter Pipe. 

SlDkt, Monament*. Fountains, 

Tiles, Coping* for Walli, 

Filters, ete., elc. 

Together with Raaeome's celebrated Free-Grit 

GricdstonEB, allot which we guarantee superior, 

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

s9*Tbe attention of private parties Intending to 
build is respectfully solicited. 
Office. No. I* BOSH 8TKKET, Sin Francieoo. 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEftK! SURGIKG BREAKERS! 
F0AMINB8UBFI MONSTER SEA LIONS! 

APPETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUKCHS1 
DIKNEKS ASJ3 SUPPEBS. 

BKI\6 TOITR WIFE! 

BBI1VO TOTJK FAMILY: 

BRLNO tOVB LADT FKIEWDS 

And enjoy a riew of the FIT! EST OCEAN PANO 

KAMA IN THE WORLD, all in sight erf 

the werid-renowued 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet o white-winded roeeaenirere cnteriur 
from erery part of the commercial world. 

8*- New Line BoeBea. conneotju*; with Btrss* 
Cars at Lone Mountain every Pi nil nates hexeaftsr 
for tbe Ci iff Uonte. Fare 25 cents. 



ON HXTSDA.TC, AUGUST 17th 

JECE-OFJEINIIVG 

OF THE.... 

ESPERANCE RESTAURANT, 

04? Commercial street below Kearny. 



AFTEE THE FI&E OF JULY 21 
has been fitted op in a tow 
ftjle, especially in tbe kitchen de- 
partment. A flrst-ilaea FaENUH|___ 

COOK in putne.-siip in the eaiabh&Dment will 
de everything posa.blu to g.ve entire satisfaction. 

Heal, with hulf-botile Wlce fO S« 

15 Ticket* 6 8S 

Board by the Week (in advance)...... 6 GO 

stir-Good MeaU ! CleaLlinew ! Comfort! and Po- 
liteness! Please try the Esptraoce Desranrant, 

aa!5 tf J. LeCLERO A OO. 



NEW AND SIMPLIFIED METHOD 

FOB ... 

PIANOFORTEand SIKGHVO. 

MONS. ALHXANDdR WOLOWSKI. THE 
well known Pianist and Vocalist, nas the 
honor to inform bis friends and the public of San 
Francisco that he opene courses for P<ano and 
tjinging, by hie (-ntire)y tew and simplified sys- 
tem, the Bhorteet in txisteoce— readine M otic at 
sight, accompanimenta of en/ SDcg by a new 
march of harmony, ss well es the most thorough 
knowledge qt time, by Hone. Wolossti's clw in- 
vention, which has coated a great ?eosation ia 
tbe musical norld. Ltdiee and genr eoien deai- 
rous to become fine eingtrs or ei n el eat ptrform- 
e _ s c&n leave th^ir orders at the Piano Warerooma 
otWM. BADGER, No 13 Sanseme strret; or. at 
Mons. W.'a residence, No. 4»*Sniter streSt. 
jy 3l-lw 



VERY HANDYJOR FOLKS. 

COUTH PARK, MAKKET, HOWARD Alt 
^ Missioa street care take yon to No. 8 Seconal 
street. Kearny, Suitsr, and Central care take 
you to ISA Keurny atreet 

Our 'i 1 wo Stores. 

Where you can be supplied with SHIRTS and 
kinds of FUKXISHING GOODS and TOILS 
ARTICLES at prices lower than moat stores ca 
afford to sell them for. 

B9~ Call and satisfy yourselves. 

Mitt BJBNED5CT * CO. 



PURS WATER. 



CALIFORNIA 

Porous Stone Filter, 

FOR HOUSEHOLD OR MANUFACTURING 
purooees Hole's, Kes anrants, Didtilleriea, 
Druggists. Hospitals, Public Institutions, and all 
purposes where Pare Water is indispensable. 

The makers of th s Filter claim its soperlor fcy 
overal others ia t>« appliaitiaa of STONE ass 
FIL1ERING HEDIU-M, beiogthe only true aad 
natcril n>e'hod. 

This Filler is re»rtily attached *o all fancets in 
common ub", »Tid beinit r?veraibie ia 3ilf-ole*oinr, 
iris HIGHLY ENDORSED B* THE MEDI- 
CAL FACULTY. Call and see it in operation at 
theOepot, No. 808 t&arhet street. 

ALFRED CLARKE, Sols Agent, 

s*-Price $2 "rO each. A liberal discount to deal- 
ers. an6 lw 




apB tf 



EXTRA QUALITY 

BOOTS and SHOES 

ON HAND and mads 
to ORDER, 

L. BLAIR'S, 

9 Kearny street. 



RACiNE HOUSE. 

No. 1033 Keftrny »t* 9 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

THE ABOVE HCUSE IS CONVENIENT ^^j- 
to all the steamboat landings, businetttiScsf 
portion of the city, end the principal places flfljj 
of amusement. Beet oT accomm&dationa at ja ***" 
lowest priced Restaorant attached to the house. 
where the best of board csn be had on the restau- 
rant plan. OfES ALL NIGHT. 
ju24im J. BICKERbTAFF, Proprietor. 



GO TO 

FOR YOUE 

BOOTS AN1> SHOES. 

Yon earn Save from SO Ceals to Three 
Dollars on every pair you buy* 

ivorj-a.3Nr, 

11 Third street, near Market. 

•sr-Look ont for the BIG BOOT. an3 lai 



L 



3R.EBa g:C>-^ 7-^a-Xs. 
J. CORIK", TRUNK MAKER, 

HAS REMOVED FROM CORNER OF SO ■• 
mer and Montgoraery streets to No. ***• 
MONTGOMERY bTEKET, between Pine aaOT' 
Bush, opposite tbe Rosa House. api Ira 



MANAGERS, ARTISTS, 

AMATEUR BOOTBTLKH, AND THE PBO- 
fession geoeraitv — The nnderaigoed bera ta 
inform all in need of PLAY BOOKS aad STAN- 
DARD DRAMAS tbst he ia constantly receivia 
the Latest Publications from all Americin and 
Enelltfh Hou^ea Address alt orders to R. M.ED- 
WARDS (lata D. E. Appleton d Go's), 508 and 
51© Montgomery etreej, 3tn Francisco. 
OaULcg^e-3 farniahed oa appli ration. ap Ink 



OSaMaaa* 

'.fmmum sons i 






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NEW AMERICAN THEATRE 



vinar wj 



Maguire's Califoraia Minstrels ! 

Horticultural Society Tlxe 



OF CALIFORNIA. 

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laud or tuo World 




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as. ©ana 

M CA»H PREMIUMS 

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SonaUr Hart on Political Situations 



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Th* wbota toooacl.ia with Tl;m*u'i Of^Jiil SkMab potfilrvl 



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UONDAT EVENING A lUJOJI l?'.b- Tint Ap[«iranc« of 

W. F. BAKER, <bo Oelabrarad Tenor, Q. O. ROCKa.FELI.BR, lb« OaUbrated Alio, and 

I. McANDREW8,the Great and Original PUntition Darkey. 



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8ATCBDAY. 



...AUGOBT 17, 187;* 



AMUSE MEN TS, Etc 

The Alhambba.— Large and delighted au- 
diences h»™ eej»jtd tbe performance given at 
tit it theatre en eTerr evening of the present week. 
Toe plo-bald farce, pari black aod part whit*, en- 
titled " HowThioKi Got M red,' 1 with which tbe 
enter tiintnect ofnc'udea, ia exceedingly fanny. 
Bob H*rl ai 11 r. Soto£->r does a capital bit of ac- 
ting; Sam Bietey ai Sam Denny is very good, and 
doss tome of the lighted dancing froaglrablt; T. 
Heeg'.era* Biddy ia very amusing; Add Rymao, 
the author of tbe pises, cacsss much laughter as 
Toby, and Miss Fanny Gibson at tbe old maid, 
liary Jane, dees soma good acting. The f • il bill 
w.li tc plajsd at tbe matinee today, whan Cool 
Burgee', Delehanly and Uengltr, aod all the 
bright coniUltaiion wilt appear. W. F. Baker, 
the celebrated tetter; O. aft. Rockefeller, alto ana 
J. W. McAndrews, of whom we bear great thing*. 
as a plantation darkey, »nl make their first ap- 
pearance on Monday. 

METBoroi-rrAN Theatbe.— The mistakes 

incidental to tbe first performance wen avoided 
last night, end "Hampty Damply" pleated a 
large audience present. Scorss ol etartliug tricks 
and transformations, fanny Utile act*, songs and 
danoea aod other featnne mate this pantomime 
very attractive. Tbe Metropolitan ? Desire will of 
oonrta be thronged on tbe occasion of the mati- 
nee performance to-day. All the children in tbe 
city want to see "Hnopty Dnmpty," a.d children 
of a targir growth will occupy ell the available 
■p.ict this evening. Tony Denier with bis wonder- 
ful wooden-beaded acre bate, givee a mest amosing 
barleaqneon tbe performances given by "Slgnor 
Horatio Santt Locaiitai and gods," and other ex- 
hibitions of that kicd. The elephwt which 
seemed a little weak io the knees on the fint 
night, appearing not to have quite recovered from 
tbe effects of hie long tea voyage was in bojaot. 
■pfrita last nigbt, and -gained much applaese 
"flam ply Damply" will be performed to-nigbt, 
to-morrow nigbt and until farther notice. 

Eblla Union,— Ad immeoee bill will be 
{nraud te-dUsM io j — tew artiB t ej will ap- 
pear for iho first time at this theatre. Mies 
Agnes Kennedy will make her appearance 98 Kitty 
Tjrell wito eong', snptorted by Lon MoOariy A3 
Tim Malono, nnd Johnny Tners &s Keabao, a dar- 
key, sho will a'so in tbe oonrto Of tbe evening ap- 
pear in a maeical ait entitled "Sally on Opera 
BonSi," in wiiioh Bbe will eiog Irieo., Bcotcb and. 
French songs in character. The other hew face is 
J. J. Enrigh', who will deliver a stamp speech an 
the topics of tbe daj-, and afterwards appear in 
"Barking op tbe Wrong Tree," with tiarry Sinclair 
and Tommy Bree; J. H. Larkio and Oaxris Arm- 
strong will give "Shoro" nod Dall;" the Beynolds 
Brothers will appear ia "Dew D' Andes;" Jose- 
phine and Maiie Ziel wi 1 appear m "Two Little 
Crowe;" Mr. and Mrf. Charles Oorlellin tbe new 
and pleasing farce of "N, I. A, B.," and this 
very varied entertainment will conclude with tbe 
twoeot melo-drama of "Johnathan Bradford; or, 
tbe Murder at tbe Roadside ion," a piece of which 
everybody bas beird, but comparatively few bave 
witnessed. R. G. Marsh will play Jonathan Brad- 
ford, Miss Minnie Fillmore, Ann Bradford; and 
Hairy Bi:olair, Caleb Eorimmag*: tbe r st of tbe 
oast may be seen by referring to oar first page. 

New American Theatre.— The manage- 

mer.t announce for a Saturday nigbt attraction 
the prodactlon of a new and original operatic lo- 
cal extravaganZi entitled "i be 1 hree Fastest Wo- 
men In Sao Fraooisco aod tbe Escaped Nun.* 
This will be presented with new eonge, tableaux 
and marches. A variety performance wul be given 
before the ploy. 

Maodire'b Opera House.— Geo. Francis 
Train will deliver bis last e p°ech in tnis city this 
evening, aod will next week proceed on bis elec- 
tioneer ug toor through tbo State. When tbiB 
lecturer finally retires from the field we may to 
pretty i«re tiat we eball ne'er look upon Bib like 
again Two Trains could cot iiie'.eveo io a coun- 
try as large as tbe Unite l Stales. 

Free Lecture.— On Monday eveniDg Br. 

Paytc will del. vera free Icoture at Piatt's Hall. 
Toe subject will be "Self-Made Men." Brief 
analiKitiooe will be made of the mental ebarac- 
te istics of Lord Bacon, Jean Paul. Byron, Poe, 
Humboldt. Dickeus, Victor Hugo, Darwin, Web- 
ster, Clay, Greeley, Grant eni others. Doctor 
Payne's stay in tbi* city is liinilfd, we under- 
atand, therefore tbrse who wisb to bea' him or 
avail themseWes of hia medi;al thill should not 
delay. 

Horticultural Fair. —Tbe Floral Fair 

of the rlortJciattar.il Society of California will 
commenoe on Ihorsdoy next, in the magnificent 
Pavilion at tbe corner of Stooktouacd Post street?. 
near Union Square. We bave en former oooseioce 
described tbe many beauties of t bin new place of 
amueemnot soon to be opened to tte public. Filled 
with beautiful fljwer* and shrubs, lighted with 
thousands of gas jet', and finished with fantastic 
rnt'.ic work, it will seem like fairy land. Th«re 
will be a promenade eonoert every day by Schmidt 
and Sohlotte'B grand orchestra, a programme of 
wbicb will be published daily. For the price of 
tickets and other particulars we refer readers to 
our first page. 
Miss Anna Mb hug's Pianporte Mati- 

MEK.— A grand mavir.ee placo forte recital will 
bo given tc-day at, two o'ulook, at Piatt's Music 
Hall, by Mies Ansa Mebltg, tbe talented pianistc. 
The programme comprises ejections from tbe 
works ol Beethoven, bohuman, Schubert, Chopin, 
BubioBtnn, and Li»x\ Seals eao be reserved at 
the Hall this morniag witboot extra charge. 

Woodwards Gardens — The Bdislat's 
Last Datk — Tbeae gardens are open daily, and 
crowds Tiait tbem to enjoy tbe nomeroue attrac- 
tions of the Best pond, tbe menagerie, moeeem 
Bkating pavilion, etc. Tbe Buislay Family will 
saase their la*t two appearanoes this afternoon 
and Sunday. Last grand Skating Carnival, this 
OTeaing. 

Arrivals.— The Idaho, which arrived 
yesterday with passengers from the Aastralasian 
colonise and tbe Sandwich Islands, brought tbe 
following members of tbe dramatic and musical 
profession. Mr. and Mra. Simonsan, who have been 
absent from tbia city for many years and whose 
*aooe*s in Australia and New Zealand we have 
frequently chroaloled; Miss Alicia Mandeville a 
sprightly and pleasing burleiqne a:trese and aou- 
breite. wbon nave miss d from the Ban rran- 
cisoo stage; H.rry Kelly, a clever Et hlopian come- 
da-3, who left here for ATSLraliaa Little over five 
yeanago.and B. O.Neil, an Irish comedian, popu- 
lar in New Z, aland, who comes to California for 
t^e first time We are at present unaware of tbe 
intentions of tt* b artistes, but tope ttat all cf 
t-vm w»J Boos iLase their appearance it pub! e 



The Obtlp Americub. — A correspondent 

of tbe Gold Hill News, writiog from Santa Cruz 
under date of August lllfa, says: 

I set night I wont to hear tbe wonderful Child 
AmnriouB perform on tbe vklm. Ho ib only four 
and a baif jeiraold, aod is tbe most complete m»'- 
t«r of the loitrnmec! 1 ever Ovard except Ula 
Bull, and nearly Kjoalshim. Botthsjokeof tt Is, 
ollboogh tney call ita boy, Hie inrtality a little 
girl. 

"Jimmy" will ponob tbat correep orient's head 
next time be sees blm, f jr calling him a girl. 

Salt Lake.— George D. Chaplin appeared in 
"Buffalo Bill" on the 5tb, t upper: e J by Miss Jean 
Clara Walters. 

Cbiarim'b Rotal Italian Cibcus.— 
Cbiarinrs Ciroor is drawing crowded booses at 
Nixon's Amphitheatre, Cbicsgo. Tbe papers de- 
vote a large portion of tbeir space to a description 
of tbe performance given, whiob tbey eay has 
never bteo equalled in that city. Under these 
circumstance ■ it m:y be some weeks before Ohia- 
rloi comes to tbia city. 

Gapt. Badokr's Central Pare, Oakland. 

—In addition to ths usual attractions of tbe me- 
nagerie, Maeeam, skating In tbe Pavilion, etc., 
an open air concert will be given to morrow by 
Charles Altera' Metropolitan Band. These gar- 
dens area favorite resort for pionio parties. Tbe 
Agnew Guard went there last Monday .and bad a 
very pleasant time. 

City Gardens. — A grand open-air concert 
and ball will be given in tbeea beautiful gardece on 
Sunday, lb -re will be both a day and even'ng 
entertainment. 

The Cliff House.— The beautiful weather 

we are enjoying at present will induce many to 
pay a visit to tbe sea Bide tomorrow and enjoy a 
dinner at the Cliff House. 

Anatomical Museum.— Oce of the most 
oom piste .collections of tbe kind In the United 
States, comprising hundreds of ooetly and beau- 
tiful wax models. Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at tbe Maeeam on Montgomery street. An 
hour may be profitably speot here. 

Sam P. Everett, Gn.es Valley.— Mra. Zoe Ham- 
ilton (nee Miss Baker Hamblin,) died in San Frao- 
oisco, Joly 18th. 1867. W. H. Hamilton (ber bae- 
band,) died in Ban Franoieoo from overdose of 
laudanum, Msroh '. .tb, 18S1. 



PACIFIC CQAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Saw Jose.— Miss Anna Meblig gave a concert at 
tbe Opera House last night asBBisted by Miaa 
Helen O. Dingeon and Vernon Linooln. Oo Mon- 
day Mies Ada Gray, who played each a successful 
engagement in tbh city, will ope!: at the Opera 
House, San Joes, anpported by tbe Metropolitan 
Theatre cenpany, comprising J. G. Co^gswell. 
John Woodward, W. Bimi&s, Harry Oonrlaine, 
MtBi Fanny Yooog, Mr j . Frank Rea, and olherc. 
Tbe opening pieoe will of coarse be "Article 47," 
and the ehgage^eav will b« for three nfgiUs, 

MARysvjLLE.— Mrs. Daniway Iectored OR Wed- 
nesday e;eniog to a good hocse. Edith 0'Gorman 
will give her lectareon OonveLt L:i<> on Toesiay 
next, 

Etockton— George FranciB Train will Bpeak at 
tbe Theatre on Wednesday, 

SaK Matt: i. —The Ohill Americas Concert 
Troupe gave a conoert this week. 

Sacbawento.— George Franoia Train will lec- 
ture at the Metropolitan Tbea're on Monday even- 
ing. 

YrnaiKlA City, Net.— John MoCullongh acd 
the California Theatre company entered upon 
the last week of tbeir engagement on Menday> 
when tbe pe-formance was for tbe benefit of the 
Magdalene Orphan Asylum. A variety bill was 
given, consisting of the first, second and third 
acts of "Hamlet," reoita'ions of "Wife, Ohildun 
and Friends," by Owen Marlowe, " Sheridan's 
Ride," by John MoCullongh, and " Scbmider'a 
Ride," by J. C. WdliamBon, and tbe faroe of "Pad- 
dy's Mischief," with J. C. Williamson as Paddy 
Miles. Tbe following even'ng "The Schcol for 
Scandal" was p'ayed;" on Wednesday, "Tbe Lady 
of Lyons," and on Thursday evening an original 
play en'itled "Tbe P-iyofcoscope," by J. T. Good- 
man and R. M. Daggett, of tbo Territorial Enter- 
prise, was produced for tbe first time, with new 
•odnery and startling effects. The plot of ths 
play was published in FlGABO some time ago. 
Virginia City papers of yosterday bave not yet *r- 
r'ved S3 we cannot tell with what sneoess it me:. 
It was to be repeated last night when J. 0. Wil- 
liamson bad hiB benefit. 

Dlnveb. Col.— E. T. Stetson opened at the Den- 
ver Tbeaire in "Neck and Neck," supported by 
Miss Fanny Morgan Phelps and company, on toe 
7th : he repeated the performance on the following 
evening, and took a benefit on Friday. Mr. Stet- 
son is on hiB way bach to California, bringing with 
bim tbe play of "Buffalo Bill." 

Poetlanb, OB.— Waldron aod L&dd keep East 
Portland Park open every evening. Ed Montagoe 
and M'lle Gerretta give an acrobatio performance. 
A race in tubB drawn by geese, was arranged for 
Sunday 11th at the Park, we don't see any notice 
of its having come off. Tbe Crystal Palace Circus 
ieaunonnoed to appear on the2Jtb. John Wilson's 
sgent baa been ahead witb noiioes of the Crystal 
Palaee Oiroos not calculated Co help it mucb. 
Tais circus bas done a poor basinets, as a poor 
show sbould. 



Old Established. M-erlt. 

Tbe oldegt established shirt manufactory and 
the best in the city is the Pionreb Shiet. 
MantfaOtobt, No. 327 Kearny etreet, between 
Pine and Bneb. Everything In tbe way of gen- 
tlemen's famishing goods at tbe lowest pric&e. 



Car and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Eroiiberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and tbe coze of tbe C. P. B, R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fioaso 
among the passengers tnereon, supplies tbem 
vrlth ths latest S&n Franclbco daiUes and all 
the EfBtern illustrated papers and Tfiftfl«irifH t 
at Ban £ rancleoo prices- • 



Pciuarz:i 1 a Punches. 

One of the most famous tnstitntlone of Cali- 
fornia Ib £qn.ar&a'» Pnncb. It ia found in every 
city, Tillage and mining camp In the State. It 
Is delicious, whol&some and nxlike anything 
else. Tbe proprietor of this dolightf ol beyex- 
ige notifies his patrons that he baa opened at 
No. 317 Kearny street, between Pine and EtM>b 
streets, a Bbakcb of bis old aad popular sym- 
posium on Leideeaorn' street. • 



Tbe Best Remedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot PUls, for all bilious complaints, 
J, B. Gates and Co., corner Sansome and Com- 
mercial streets, sole agents. ♦ 



To tfcie Unfortunate 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary t €23 Kearney street 
corner of Commercial. Established In ISM, for 
the treatment of chronic and special com* 
plaints. Dr. Gibbon will mage no charge un- 
less he effects a c are. e 

▲ Pleasant Location. 
Persons desiring comfortable lodging* In a 

Central location, should rial! the Alnsmhra, 
and Inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tbe building is a very tzt one sxd is v^l 
lighted and ventilated. • 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

F. S. Obaofrau commenced a lengtby engage- 
ment at Wood'sMoseum, July SSeh, appearing in 
bis own drama of "Kit, the Arkansas Traveller," 
and has drawn very large audience). Tbe wel- 
come wbloD waa eiteadei to bim was hearty aod 
enthusiastic Daring hie engagement be will pro- 
duce tbe new plsy of "Wall Street," whiob bas 

been written for blm by Clifton W. Tayleur 

Tas Vokee family ara crowding Onion Square The- 
atre. From August 10th until September 16 Jj, 
the house will be cloa?d for repairs, aod tbe man- 
ager states that it will be re-opened with an at- 
tractive comedy company oo tbe latter date 

The Lydia Thompson Troupe bsve dropped 
"Robin Hood," and "Bine Beard" was revived on 
the 12th At the Grand Opera House the sea- 
son opera Aug. 20th, when "Le Bpi OsrotU" will be 
prdduoed for tbe first time in America. Tbe fol- 
lowing is tbe list of tbe eompaos : John Brough- 
am, Robert Craig. J. W. Jennings, Stuart Bob- 
son, James G. P^okae, George F. Ketchnm, Mar- 
tin Golden, Cline Hercee, Bobs Hersee. Bella Gol- 
den, Mary Stuert. Anna resmans.Ela Djttz, 
Mrs. John Wood, aod the Msjiltonand Lauri Fam- 
ilies Booth's Theatre was to open for tbe sea- 
son on Aug. iii t, witb tbe ploy of " Tbe Balls," in 
which Jos. W. Wallack oesumes the part of Ma- 
tbias. In the company are D. W. Walker, F, O. 
BangB, A. W. Fenno. F. Beck. B. Paiemin, R. L. 
Simpson, James Stark, Maurice Pike, Charlotte 
Orampton, Mary Weil*, Bella Patemao, Mary 
Young, Kate Heatbcote. and otherr. Mr. and Mrs. 
Boucioanlt will Buooee d Mr. Wallack. 

The New York Mercury has tbe following in its 
amusement columns. We republish it in order to 
show tbat a dancer, if abs ia pretty and good, may 
merry a senator and be tbe mother of future sen- 
ators: 

Ex-State Senator Mike Morton bad a con born 
to him on the 'J2d. Tbebirtb notioe specifies tbe 
troy weight of tbe juteolle at 12 ponida 9 ounoes 
ii(3 3 l ) pennyweights. Mike's wife was Marietta, 
Momibodo, a very pretty Italian dancer at tbe 
Olympic, wbo armed her* last fall and witb whom 
Mike was a f«)low-p8BFengeron tne eteamer. Tbey 
did Btar-gaziog togotterin the midnight watrbee. 
''beladynae quitted tbe stage since entering po- 
litical life. 

In New York a decided sensation bas been caused 
by tbe production of an adaptation of Dumas' 
play of ' La Prino'sie Georges" at the Olympic 
Theatre, under tbe title of "One Wife." 1 he 
papers are loud In tbeir condemnation of tbe im- 
morality of tbe play. The Dramatis News says 
i bat it oaus