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Full text of "Figaro (July-Dec. 1872)"

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California Stale Library 



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Imitations Extraordinary on tha Violin 



Tt.c. Ttryuolda Brother* 

Negro Act of Ineido and Outside 
I. If- Slain.-.. I.) Uinc U Fat re! 



SATURDAY aid SUNDAY EVCNINOa 






The Communes, or Storming ot Paris 



MMI. LOPI2 AND HID FOUR PTPILS 



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f—l' •-.. 



Fight for Governor! 

Or. the Women of the Period. 



Ma»>*> Dei. I 



r«»»r W»Wel#» 
.lrtk»# Wall*** 

Jiaaf Harvftf 

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MoHlox IN | • .. || ...MM *a*0« 




INSIDE and OUTSIDE! 

, JlmfDT aiarpbj Hn^hT Morton T. McLngghlln 



all-d 



Amir I.npnn 



v-sTATuna-u 

Rfprr»n||*| IH nUtfll R..«* nnr«w4 

iT..pJiio*d t.r Johnny I*».lB*»ita 



t h.Mpltn .11,1 r. Mcl.i.ng.ill* 

Our (.ruvsirnlher'a D.t>* .Ilnaiy Marpby 

I 1-h .He Bettfia Z'lmar 



ir.iorM* or n< i:«kbv, rrrc. 



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lb* di.MBO- A peep 

• m»o that, d'dat cat 

In l.o-n I'M Lot 

.r». Ml 

IOTP ds-k. Tba Irish 



' BE APPRECIATED, 
ifid Kr»-Joni. Fun on lb* ramp-ire. 

■■ rl iMiltod A HOOD- 
' hkylgn- 
-•* It." 

THK STRUGOLKRS: 
| Uvrr! 



THE HAUNTED HOTEL! 

Je*a Wallaee ... .. an 1 ' hon? riAni*lit 



Mul* llnrmon 
... Era »ih,i 



f ••rate *mm* 

llMllM < 



To ecu. luile mh 

Trove's Revenge 

DeAogalis, Wallace and Morton. 

ndav vnann 

HKHf APrnit.VMK or i.r.tvi* pikkcb 

m\>l ROW.* ltll NAHH. 

rnoftl or ahiuuiok: 

AUmloInn iHfiily.llvf Ctnli 

Door* uimo at I. Perfor<n*ao4 u> •jommencw at H'a', 



•I Tf.llll.V Ml, II 11 Is X |. I !-.•!■ 

«»»tr- • »•■ CTi«rl»a ■•ra*M>. 



Mlnnl* iWtn 

c*"H.iro Statuesja 



INSIDE AND ODTSIPE! 1 

Mat K. - r.-k.- tUrrrTbRnpao* 

Fsnni (■•rrelaon 

l.r« Purkrr 
Rlnrhr Malty 



Folly «*■* T«P»r«iif- A Looter* 
.Woo, 111* e*e>«1.r«r Mothlng 



Oncladlaa with AllVe I ♦ Fa-re's Great Pie* of 

SCENES IN PARIS 



I KAll.1V. Qoeenof tha Blondes... 

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Mr*. PiUWlllltOT..., 

Temrtaitoo 

Nonchalance. .. 

lanooenc* 

Mosa. Parti... 
Min«. Duprtz. 



.|0tt»UOTofPmritJ:! 



Joaapb Myers, a DuU&man 

M'.m 1.* Dox.a charnpagu* •"•" . 
Job Dacklos* (with •one and dance) 



AL1NF. l.K FAVRB 

JnhlltlT Manning 

Hiutnr Fillmore 

M»iri» Brewer 

Farm C*rretson 

II Mr Itlaacli* 

Ma# I-aroy 

,, Sully Henry 

.l...apbino 

II»t. Thompson 

».(.. Marsh 

K'snk Jones 



THE CREAT ELLA WESNER! 

Not bur inn arrived, will not ap^*ar on Hi 
Monday Evening. .\.\t .InlyM 



lure k a Range 



The beat Coo king Appa- 
itus now I n t he market. 
Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
oonomlca l In Fuel, and 
landsome in Design. It 
Ives univ ersa l satisfac- 
on. Try it. 

FOR SALE BY 

,OCKE & MONTAGUE, 

|U; 11I..J 111 lljll.r, ,(r«-l. if 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Catting 
HEADQUARTERS. 

306 Montgomery ft., 
orrotrre bum bous*. 



MRS. E. MORRIS, 

8IHRT MAKER, 
FIRST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

■ Tl U to ]»•- HMO Keurajr .treat, 

Bona r?o. 9. B.oond Floor. 



0. HICKS & CO., 

BOOK-BINDERS 

AND IUNK-B00I MANUFACTURERS, 

Wo. S43 Olsy Street, 

■A» rsijcmo, 

Aatf S9 J Btrect, ■ aeramento. BoS-tf 



In Fialhsr'i Ckemical Writing Fluid, 

Ii do«n not .rrodo or clog tb.o pao. 



LHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

I K.r.Y FURHIS11ED BOOMS. 8W- 

| «l* or lo aaiti. 

Well I^iajtaicd and Ventilated. 

i ftnoini t« lat. Lodffiu with 
AlaHAMBBA BCVLOINU, 



* DINNER, 

DESSERT. BREAKFAST, 

,...UB..., 

TBA 
8ET8. SET8. 

PEARL WHITE, 

I le«^nt Mi ■•»-.. 172 Plecea ««5 OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

10a Piece* «15 OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

es Pl.r . 1..10 OO 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

tl rieeea... VIS OO 

f Silverplated Service, 

1 Beat OwtOT . . , 

1 doran aaob i*a and f € - ■»..„„ .,, -- 
Table Spoopa . ( *■ Plecea ,.«B1 SO 

1 doieo Median) Korki ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

J WHk Pearl Whltr «QO OO 

'With French China SllO OO 

GUARANTEED FIRST-OLASS GOODS, and 
pAckod or dtli<r«nd FREE OF OHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Fin* S treat, 

joist! H» FRAMCUCO. 



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THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ArTORIVJS.Y -4.1* I_«A"W, 

{Avocat JFrunsjala.) 

R001* HO. ». NOS. T1« AND TI8 MONT- 
BOmtrT i treat, tut »id« (over F r ank'e SaIooq), 
MtWOTB WMBlDCtoo »od Jaokaoo- 1 l *. »p26 




REMOVED TO SPLENDID NEW ROOMS. 

KOHHONTOOHF.RY HTKIIKT, 

Fint Floor, Opposite M Atonic Temple, 

ruir.-H in nu tn, 

ftp 1 .' r>m 

Armory Skating Rink, 

Ilowutd atreel. near Vcoml. 

THE MANA 
gets take plaaeure 
lo onn o a n olng 
tbat mfter bavioc 
A large force of 
oarpenters at 
work, their 

New Floor 

i, completed : And 
;' alsotbutltibRlok 
III b. 
STJKTPAYS. 

VI/.I.V.I .1' AM KM. 




TO TDK I.OVKUI OP 

song:and social enjoyment. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TOt 

•jciitv It At ttat 

4* 



SALOON 



flOO Illation atreel, lift. Second and New 
Montgomery. 

Every Saturday INisrlit ■ 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 81*0 SHARP. 

N. B,— A epaoloua Club Room to let for one or 
two ninhi". a week, witb every convaoi«nc« for 
band Pr*ctice, Olob meetioga, etc. Music furn- 
j.hfd for parties. 

rota") HOLLAND A EAGLES. PropriBtore. 



D. Bruce, 

1STS' STK. 

Primer, 

CMOVED TO * 



DRUGGI8TS' STKAM 



HAS REMOVED TO 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORN KR OF COMMERO AL AND LEIDES- 
dorff atreete, bnvioK \>«tm thornudhly reno- 
vated, and a new SltMn* mum added in front, la 
now ready to recnlvo L^dtrer* by thu day. week, or 
month, it th« Low PRICK nf Sjr., iJ7't and 
«Oc. BY THE N/nilT, ind hY THK VV^EEK. 
»t SO toffa-nd «•« .•n-forSin(rln Kooma. All 
the room- are farni*bert with FKKNOH KPKING 
BEDS, 'f hf>Houn*R>id Bb<1h are kept thoroughly 
cl*annnd frco fmm inofquitoa. . 

09-HuUSK OPHN ALL NlOHT. Person- Ht- 
Inn in or viiirinE iho oitr will Ond tola one o' the 
BEST AND (JHKAPESr LODGING HOUSES 
LN SAN FRANCISCO. 

It ALSTON' A COTTRELl, 

ap5 lm Proprietor*, 



W- A. HUGHES, 

415 CJlujr atreet, lirtneen Lelde»'lorar and 

RoBawme. 

KEEPS THE BS8. 

"A. A. A, WI^TSJK.EY, , 

Marriar. s No. 3 Ale, 

BRBWED EXPRESS LY FOR 0AI T *"0RNLa. 

Larce aaaortment, of French Brsnu 1 , Scotch 
WhlfEr, Janaioa Ram. Holland Gin icu Foreign 
tad Domtatlo Winea of all kin da eeS-tf 



Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp. oltl office. 




GLORIOUS VICTORY 1-FIRST 
Pretniurna and Silver Medals award- 
ed to FUOAZIH ORIENTAL OIL 
HAIR DYR, at tho San Francisco 
Fairs in lflR4. 'fift and '«!) ; at Sacra- 
mento In 1863. '*/>, '(ill, 'i;7 and "ill; also 
ar, tStockton and Maryaville Falra. 
TIiim Oil Dye la the beat, simnlunt, 
easleat anptled in tbe world. Work 
done in a fewaooondi; In twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be eoeo. Free from mjoaii 
Lkad, Lao Sulphur, or other poisonous, bealtb- 
destroyinn druRS used in other hair prepara'ioos. 
One npnliuatlon, natural brown; twn, black. Notb- 
ine in the world equal* this Oil for tbe Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. KUGAZI, K street, near 
Third, Nacramento; HUG* SCHMIDT, 54V. Com- 
mercial st., Sao Francifsuo; GATES & RHODES, 
San Joss. Ask your drtiRfflet for it. mya tf 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

•a* Montgomery atreet* corner i Bf> . 

ROBERT MATERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A Novelty — •Jnpaneee Napklna, 

and Cklneae Buck Scratcheri. 

«MEBICflN WATCHES, CftLA. DIAMOKOS 

JaSff 1 Kto. Eto. 3m 



F. M ANSEL L & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTERS, 

41S PIUS ITHEIT. Jf.lsl 



Dr.Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

— ud- 
ROMAN BATH HOUSE 
For Ladles and Contlemen. 

JV«. «ns Paclfle atrM 

THK BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO HI. 
Ubliabmant of the kind, aitbar to Eorepecl 
America. OooTeolent and soparato apartaaoM. 
Battling by Steam, by Hot Atr, and by Plain ot 
Medtoatad Waters. SulUt of rooms In tl.0 l»l 
bull At ot for private patlante. »nW In 

NAPAJODA. 

TUB NATl'BAL WATEB ua TAKE* 
FROM THK HPRIl«aS AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
□sed for tbe past thirteen years, with tha mod 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuable? 
properties, aa will be aeen try tba following 

Annl yala of the N«l'« Soda Hprlnan. 
By Dr. L. LanzwexbT, Practical Chemist, Mar, 

Tomperatnra, Fabr 68 

Raeidium from Eva[.r,rat ionin '.-^i.lloa, frra. ...17 

Bicarbonate of Soda 3 38 

Carbonate of Mauneaia A3 

Carbonate of Lime 'J 72 

Chloride of Sodium I 30 

Sabcurbonate of Iran 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid ! 

Alumina. IS 

Loaa... 82— It ■ 

We, tho uDderalmed, physicians, practicing In 
tbe city of San Francisco, have examined tbe re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lnnzweert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Sod* 
Sprlnfra of Nnpa. The water, according to this ex- 
amination, possonea Aperient Antacid and Tonlo 
propertlea, which cannot fail to ba very beuefiolai 
m the treatment of Chronic Diseases, and afford- 
log a pleasant, healthful and invigorating barer- 
age: H. M. Gray, M. D. ; Arthur B Stout, M. D.j 
JV P. WhitJiey. M D. ; A. F. Sawyer, M, D. ; Ohaa. 
Bertody, M. D. ; Wm. O. Ayree. M. D. 

aaT-Foraale at all saloons throughout the oity 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly ex* 

ouled at tha Napa Soda Agency, iui SUTTER 

STREFT. 

]n20tf T W. PRUW, Agent 

Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 

For pale to the trade, at 40& and JOT Sansomo 



GI.IFF JHOUSE ! 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 

FOAMIM SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS I 
Elegant Breakfasts, Lunches, Sin- 
ners and Snppers 

IlKIXO VOI'K WIFE 1 

BHIHO TllUlt rAllILT 

BKDKO Tf OUR LUIT FKIEII1. 

Ad eojor * rl«w ot th. flnimt Oc;-.,v p irOBAU* 

m tb. wbolo world, .11 in sietit of tB. 

worM-rer-jwnffd 

OOLBEII GATBI 

vrits » foot of whlt.-winned EMMMtll .nt.ria 

from .T.rj part of too oommerol^ world. 

»»- N.w Lin. Bnesr,. coHnertinr wltb Str.. 
O.r. ftt Lon, HoaoUIn ,t.it 15 minot*, hsrewt. 
for th. Cliff Hoom. P.re 36 e.nis. 



-ne« ... >ry Jay. sxcep* Sunday, Of 

532 Me-cnant 8:. and 536 WMniuffton Bt 

Below alooifforaery BI»ok- 

SATURDAY JuSTT87~ 



TO HOTEL KEEPERS. 

"FUroro," ■■ moiled every morning to 
all the hotel* •»» tt • PoclOe Conit. Frm 
prlctor. of new hotel* who hove not yet 
roeelved tt will h*ve It forwarded fr*« 

•fclmrge on sending u- their addreaa* 



FIGARO ON THE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD 

nOARO la thoroughly dlvtrlbnted ev- 
•rydaynn the cur* of the California Pa- 
elfle Kallrwttd. leaving II ui i ■■vll1« for 

Viillrju and Sun FroncUco nt 1 o'clock 

r. u. 



FIGARO ON THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

tOO " Figaros" ui-i' «lUtrl bated on the 
O.tUliituI Ferry bout* every afternoon, 
moiUynnoDictlie pu**eni[er* arriving bj 
the great Overtund Truln. 



FIGARO ON THE VALLEJO BOAT. 

ZOO "Flifunn" ore dUtrlboted every 

day amung the poaoenger.. on the Steamer 

Capital, on her afternoon trip from 

Vuiirj.. to thl* city. 



FIGARO ON THE SACRAMENTO BOATS 

"Figaro" I ■ nWo circulated on the Sue- 
ramcuto ■Learner Chrysepolla on her down 
trip from Sacrumcnto to thl* city. 



"Figaro" I* circulated every day at 

the SUntlng Kink. 



LETTER FROM TOLEDO. 

[riOM 008 OWN. COBRE SP O S D E V T j 

T4LKDO. June 1*. 1871. 
Dear Floi-HO.— Once again witbyour psrmlssion 
I drop you * line, and enclose a few programmes 
of the different places of amusements offered the 
citizens of Toledo. D&uRioewith his Paris Pa- 
Tilion Circus, opened hers on the Uth and 15tb, 
and as be is an old favorite, the attendance was 
vary Urge ; of late years be hat traveled on bis old 
reputation, bnt the entertainment is only medio- 
ore. The best act was the blindfolding of tho 
t rl Zoe, with a handkerchief, and then covering 
• t her from bead to waiit with a bag, only allow- 
ing ber arms freedom, when she swings from one 
sld* of the tent to tho other and catches a small 
rope impended from the top of the tent. The 
blind hersv Excelsior, and trick horse Stephen A. 
Douglas, b.tb. appearand aro well trained. J. K, 
K ai met, (Fritz) puts in an appearance . Monday 
and enough tickets have already been sold to guar- 
antee him a full bouse. Fielding's Opera House- 
•till attracts those who like the atyl 1 of entertain- 
ment o (Tared. Wheeler's Opera Boo so, as tine an 
•diffceascan be found In any of our Western 
Cities, and supplied with all the modem improve- 
ments, will be opened soon, rumor ssys' by Bar- 
ney McOantly with Wood's Theatre Tronpo of 
Oinoinoati. More anon, Stuffy. McGuluqam. 



What Cheer Xjituritlry 

la the best laundry In San Francisco 



Jt-llitU Ul-vlnc kit Liow Cost. 

Tho Ballotin publishes n paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
men aro Bupplled with dinners at a low cost 
per plate, but It neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
street, San FrancUco, within twenty paces of 
the Bulletin office, serves better fare at lower 
00 Bt every day iu tho yonr. What would the 
Bostoulans thluk of a dincer composed of tho 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon. roaBt goose, duck or meat, 
andaglaes cf Ice cream, all for 25 cents? A 
half bottlo of OsHforoU wine with it will cost 
teu cents more. Tbeso are the regular bill 01 
faro charges at the California Kextuurant. In 
fare how la that for high? Iu price, how ie that 
lor low • 

— — ■ * 
£dv?ln Adams 

Bright, full of spirit, and soul-inspiring as 
are the Impersonations of this talented young 
tragedian, many who witness them find that 
between the acts It Is very pleasant to have 
something as bright, inspiriting and genuine 
In the shape of a glass of delicious old rye. 
For this they go as a matter of course to the 
Figaro Saloon, where tho red light shines on 
the opposite side of the Btreet. Hermann keeps 
Tip tho reputation of this saloon by keeping the 
best of everything. • 

m 

The Howo Sewing Machine 

And Butterlek's Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the Bplendld new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
no_bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Sbabeb & Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the bra: place In 
town to buy furniture and bedding. x 



li* You Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, send them to tho What Cheer Laun 
dry. . 



Oysters end Ohowder. 

■ Try Joe Ctiusti's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, i.t 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladles' saloon at 
tached. Open day and night, • 



What Cheer Launary 

Calls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
the city, • 

Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comff ^ble, but we are sure that bedB at the 
BranL _ Jouse, 424 Sausome street, are absolute- 
ly perfect, from tne report of tnose who have 
tried them, ttpriny beds, clastic mattresses, 
blankets made of the finest California wool, 
and sheets of spotless whiteness oil combine to 
1 nsure a good night's rest. • 



What Is Glucoleln? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; tho most efficacious remedy 
for nil pulmonary complaintB. Prepared and 
sold by James G. Strelh & Co., No, 521 



LETTER FROM BOSTON. 

fraoit odb begclab co bbbbpomdent.] 

' Boeroy. June. 19th, 1871. 

DEAB Fit; ABO.- Boston Is very warns and theairi- 

e .Is dull. Tbo compaDJ of the Boston Theatre di - 

bonded after Johnny ibompsonsengagementclo ; - 

• 1. This evening the company from tbe No* York 
Toealre Comique. under toe direction of 11 or Br . 
Butler and Rilmors, "ill open. It 1* a Urge and 
Uieated troupe of variety performer*, consisting 
of fifty peisone. each one of whom is a superior ar- 
tist In hi* or licr line. Tbe airiness of the Boston 
Tbeatre renders it peculiarly agreeable for a place 
of summer entertainment, and the performances 
of this company will be light and amusing, and ex- 
actly suited to the season. Among the performer* 
are Messrs. Hnttbey Dougherty. Asbcroir. Morton. 
Lew Rstler, Charles Howard, Miss Jennie Kogle, 
M'll* Vsntoroli and other well-known and estab- 
lished favorites. 

Mm. Poole Is engaged for n«xt season as leading 
heavy lady and first old woman. There is talk if 
Budworth and variety show after Gilmore, so tho 
Bo»ton Theatre la likely to be open somehow, the 
whole year. The Globe bas closed with Charles 
Mutbows who came too late in ihe B«a*on to de a 
very good business. There will be almost a new 
company at this theatre next leaaon, Mrs Barry 
leading lady, Mr Boniface leading gentleman, Rob- 
eon low comedian and Mr Lloyd enjoying aad de- 

• irving*ll be receive* in commendation from the 
public a»d no doubt "sood va Is.*' The engage- 
ment of Mile Morlaccbi at the Museum v.ill con- 
tinue* week longer at the Museum. Baraum's 
ehow bas done all the business for a week past. I 
lirculito my Fiqabo freely and 1c is quito ap- 
preciated by the membors of the profession. 

TOUCHSTONE 



fourth cif July. T7tJaj 

The Committee on Regalia for the Fourih of 
•Tuly, after es^mlnlns six sets of regalia, made 
by different business firms, awarded the con- 
tract to the underfcigned, as offering the best 
material at the lowest prices. Marshall of 
Divisions and Aids can be supplied by 0. 
Desmond, No. 5 .New Montgomery street, Grand 
Hotel » 




To the TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, comer of Commercial, Ban Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854, fcr the treatment of chronio 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
no churge unless he effects a cure. 



What Cheer Laundryi 
331 Leidesdorfi* street, n"iir Sacramento. * 



Flcnlo^-Callstoca-Senslde. 

The new Sumner styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and 'The" Hat Store, W7 Washington 
fltro-t, iB daily visited by the fashionable men 
of Sau Francisco. It is onlv at -The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyono snows that 
"The" Hut Store Is the second hut store bolow 
Kearny stret-t. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-kuawn estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. 

Tho Place, 

The Saddle Rock, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, Is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattt-Bt oyster^. 
It 1b not strange It should do ihe largest oys- 
ter business iu the city. Emerson Corville's 
oysters are gathered freBh every day — Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyster bods at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. • 



Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage in tbe saloons in the East 
at present. It is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him Bee how rediculous his 
reflection looks in them- There Is sure to bo a 
laugh, and then everybody will smile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon,' opposite the Rurb 
House has five of them, the only ones on tbe 
coaBt, and tho transmogrifications tuer moke 
in a man's appearance ore very grotesque. Ev- 
ery one should Bee them. * 



Save Your Money, 

The Land Mortgage Union Is the beBt place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, In about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ors can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at tho office, 12J Post street, for information. * 

Do You Know 

That with Butterick's Patterns you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postuge stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



Tltose Who Leave the City 

Fora jaunt to tbe country or watering places 
without a supply of DR. GOTJRAUD'S ORIEN- 
TAL CREAM will regret it, for tboir skins will 
terribly Tan, Freckle and Redden, all of which tbe 
uss of tbe Oriental Cream will prevent. Thou- 
sands of ladies will testify to tbe fact. Of the 
many irtues attributed to the various skin lotions 
daily advertised, scarcely one-tenth are ever real- 
ized: moreover, several are positively injurious 
to the health form their repellanl properties, and 
in many instances absolutely peel off the skin. Dr. 
G. is constantly In receiptof notices setting forth 
these faote. Dr. Gouraad's Oriental Oream la not 
the Great tiro of mere advertising notoriety- it is 
reoommended from one customer to another. This 
has extended its sale until it hie become a spe- 
cialty by its own merit*. Ladies who h*ve not 
used this preparation should give it a trial. Pre- 
pared only by DR. T. FELIX GOURATJD, No. <tf 
Bond »treet: Laboratory. M Great Jones street. 
Now YorV : nnrl sold by leading druggists through- 
ou" the United Stain* and Onn*ia*. Kan Fran- 
cisco Agent.-; RBDIKGTON, HOSTE1TER. A 
CO.; CRANE .'. RRIGHAM. 



Car and Steamer New* Agency. 

A. Kroubers, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. R. R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Pioaro 
among tho paSBcngors thereon, supplies them 
with the lntf-t San Francisco dailies and ell 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magozineB, 
at San Francisco prices. • 



Readlnp; Mutter lor All. 

Loomls, at his stationery store at tbe S. E. 
corner of Washington and SanBome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
ruahing a business as the PoBt Office itself. 
All the New York papers 'and English maga- 
zines are there. 

John G. Hiiydcn 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacious store, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Baild- 
inp, whicb Is fitted up regardless of expense, 
end will venture to say it is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. • 

— — * 

Important to Strangens. 

Abraham's, 33 and 35 Second Btreet, the place 
par esceBmot to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, 525; beaver suits 
to order, $40 ; pants to order, $8. All goodB 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
Bee that he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at the great caBh cloth- 
ing house of Q, [Abrahams, 33 and 35 Second 



Jnllen Perrault, M. X>., 

Physician akd Surgeon, Member or tbe Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronic, which afflictions he contin- 
ues to treat Buccessfully by the newest scien- 
tific methods. Olbce 502 Montgomery street, 
North-East corner of Bacramento St., ban Fran- 
cisco, Rooms 9, 10 and 11. Oonbultaiions in 
English, French, German and Spanish, • 



Well JQstabllaheO.. 

A thoroughly good article which has Btood 
the test of time, iB never allowed to fall Into 
disuse; every year tho sale of Cassln'B XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters increases-, and thousands 
can bear testiniouv to their merit. * 



Or. Doherty 

Bu devoted his study more particularly to 
Chronic and epeclflo practice, and aa suc£i le now 
Ihe most successful of any Phyaioiau in ban 
Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento stroet, corner 
of Leldesdorff, a few door below What Cheer 

aoose. ___« * 

"Where are you Going;* 

Mr. Guyser?" "I'm going to buy a pair of 
boots for my sweetheart to go to the Springs 
with." "Where at?" "Where? why, what a 
question. Why, where every body gets them; 
at F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Nos. 
£2*2 and Mi. Bush street, opposite the Alhambra 
Theatre," * 

The Elixir of "Xouth, 

For which the Bagee and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been diBcftveied nt last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corvllle & Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Rock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too jate, and everyday 
tafeo a plate of their dellolouB oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast In 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain gkricus forever. * 

A. pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
wJbtral location, shonld visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine Buites of rooms to letthere. 
The building 1b a very fine one and it well 
lighted and ventilated. • 



New Furnish ny; Goods, 

Cheap, et the What Oheer Laundry. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Fiagstaffs, Large and Small! 

A. R. NICHOLS, 

ClARPENTER AWD BUIL 
-- DEK, 

CEDAR STHEET.3 
Between Front and D&vis and 
Washington and Olar, San Fronoisco. 

Ladders, Stepe, H&gstaffs, UrnatBt-nUl Tree and 
Garden Sf<k»a made to order, en reasonable term?, 
N. B.— All kinds of Jobbing promptly attoi dea 
t* jpllw 



ALHAMBRA THEATRE 

40 MALE] AND FEMALE CHORUS 
SINGERS, 

For the Grand iOuehess 



Apply to 



M. A1NSLEY BC07T, 

Stage Manager, 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF 8.A.CKAMEKTO, 

Will take place at the 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 
OX WEDNESDAY JVI.1C JOlh 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for tbe day of the Concert by the various 
routes »ill be ieaued to those holding tiokott. 

Excursion Ticket" may be obtained at all tbe 
prominent Rnnk and Music Stores in t bis city, oral 
OADWALLADER, DAVIS A (JO'S, 

14 fourth stroet, Sacramento. 
■9- Excursion Ticket! only good for tbe Ittch 
to ~Oih of July, inclusive jn2S td 



RHEUMATISM. 

■JV/TRS. W. S. WRIGHT, SUOOESSOR TO J 
- Lf *- W. MAC, the only Conqueror on ths Globe 
of Rheumatism in all its virions forms— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory; Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lumbago or Kidney Affeottons, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Disoases, etc,. No. 161 Tehama 
street, feurth door from Third. ja^ft lta 



Carpets. Furniture! 




3ET= Xj -^ Gr 13- 

ALL NATIONS AND SIZES. MADE TO 
"^order at the Carpet and Furniture Emporium 
of .TORN O. BELL, nearly opposite tbe Grand 
Hotel, on Market street, between Montgomery and 
Sinsome. je30 1 week 



Metropolitan Theatre. Wanted I 

A FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY AJfD A. 
CORPS DE BALLET. Apply at the Box Office 
from 10 to 12 A. M , and 2 to 4 P. M. 

J. H. VINSUN, Stage Manager. 



GLORIOUS FOURTH! 



tTEADQUARTERS GRAND MARSHAL, 

Merchants' Esobange Building, Room No. 
25, San Francisco. June 26, 1371. 

SPECIAL NOTICES. 

I.— All Societies, Civic and Military, having baen 
cordially invited to participate in ihe doe observ- 
ance of our National Anniversary, it is requested 
that those intending to parade who have not al- 
ready forwarded letters cf acceptance, will do so 
without delay. 

II.— Carrying out tbe excellent provision irau- 
cu ruled by my distinguished predecessor, and 
which meets with universn! approval, it is ordered 
that no individual advertising of oraft or calling 
will be tolerated in tne Procession. Organized 
bodies are beld responsible to tbe public for any 
deviation from good taste displayed in their decor 
t ions end appointments. 

II!.— Marshals and Chief Aids of Divisions, SDd 
Aids to tbe Grand Marshal, are notified that their 
uniform will be block or dark bine enits, and tbat 
the contract fir Rrgalia, as adopted by the Board 
csnvened for that purpose, was awarded to O. 
DESMOND, under the Grand Hotel. 

IV.— District Collectors of the Finance Commit- 
tee are reminded that their continual efforts are 
all-lmpoitant, and tbat they are called by their 
Chairman to meet at this office, bo report pro- 
gress, on WEDNESDAY. Juno 28bb, at 12, m. 

V.— Tbe route of the Procession will be as fol- 
lows: From Second ttreet, corner of Folsom, to 
Montgomery, to Jackson, to Kearny, to Market, to 
Valencia, where acountermaroh will be effected to 
Keamv. Geary to Stockton, and to the Pavilion, 
where tbe several Divisions will be reviewed en 
passaLt and dismissed. 

The Literary and Musical exeraises of the day 
wlil take place within the Pnvilion. 

Oitizens living on tbe line of march need no re- 
minder to display their bunting and beautify their 
dwellings and slreets with all the decorative de- 
vices thtir patriotism and means w.ll admit of. 

j 'r.:- JOHN ». Kl.Ms. Grand Marshal. 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Congrcs* Hail, :.J'iO Baah street, 
Between Montgomery and Kearny streets. 

CHAS. M. VALLEE PROPRIETOR 

ORAXD OPF.MXG NIGHT, 
Thursday Jane 80th 

THE HALL HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY AND 
elaborately embellished, tbe, floor properly 
preDart-d, and every arrangement made for tbe 
amusement and entei tainment of patron?. A 
number of aote-rooms imve been added to tbe 
hall lor the accommodation of Ledies ami Gentle- 
men, and all tbe modern appliances of Eastern 
Skating Kinks have been included in them. Pat- 
rons are assured tbat they will bs perfectly free 
from association wnli improper characters, as 
every precaution bas neen taken to make tbe Sun 
FrancUoo Skating Rink select in every particular. 
OS-Mr. Jonn Evutt, the wll-known and efficieut 
otfjuer (late officer at tbe Pavilion Kink), will be 
in constant attendai ce. The patrons of this Kink 
wilt not be restricted iu the use of Skates, but can 
use any kind they like. 

ASSEMBLIES 
From 10 to 12 a. m„ 'I to 5 £•. M-, 1)4 to 10 P.M., 
daily (Sundayn excepted.) 

A. SELECT CJLUM 
Will be immediate!? fosmed, and those deniring to 
join will make application at the Box Office be- 
tween the hours of t and 5 V. M. 
Ad 1111**1011. 

Day time 2V. cents | Evening 50 cents 

Use of Skates 25 cents 

oS*- Parties desiringio introduce newly-invented 
Skates are privle»ea to use them at this Hull any 
morning from 9 till IU o'clock. ju27 If 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. US? KEAItNT STREET, 

Adjoining the Weed Sewins Machine Stoue 



GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
well with an ill-fittine fhirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
tbe back and avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation tor making 

PKHFECT-FITTIXO S1IIUTS 



B 



All our Sbtrts boar this Trade Mark, and none 
are genuine without it. We import on r own ^oodn, 
manufacture our own goods, and sell none but our 
own goods. 

The low lates at which we exeoute orders have 
secured the p»tronage of all clashes. 
1 N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Cuffs. 



S. POPPER, 

U8T EMKM STUEKT, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sewioc Machine Alienor 
J»!3 tt 



RHEUMA. ;$m 

CCTUALLY OURED BY 

The Arabian Treatment 

THE MOST SEVERE OASES 

RELIEVEDJN 3 DAYsl 

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIli' 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. 889 Pacific Mreet, 

as?- The Doctor's advertisements will appear b 
Figabo exclusively. j U '9 tf 




CflLIFORNliRESTAURflN 

NOS. OlO, Ol a AND CUMON7. 
gomery street, near Merchants- 
dies Saloon connected ».tn the Rw. 
Miu rant, 

Bill o* Fare. 

Ice Crenm FKKE to nny per-aw 
Mpeudliiit: «5 Ceut'». 

Seup, with Fisb or Rroaste ISo a\ 

Soap, with two Eggs , i5 [ ^ . 

Two Eg|!» i«c |M 

Two Fiirailone Fine*-..,. lOc I v| 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee ISo nJP ' * 

Mutton Chops, Tea or CoUee ISo Wf ] 

Beefsteak, do lfto * 

Sirloin Steak, do 20c 

fresh OysterB, Raw or Stewed loo 

Ola'ii Fritters iSo 

Bottle of White Wine ]ti hi 

Bottleof Claret Wine or Beer 15o JL 

Pies, Pudding or Cake So &tS\ 

Oat Meal, Mush or Uracked Wheat So *BS 

Ooff>e, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of ^B 

White or Claret Wine fl JH 

dnl-tf JOHN BEGAN. Proprietor! | 



3,000 Men Wanted! 

• — AT THE— 

CITY RESTAURANT^ 

North side Clay street, below Montgomery, 

To Eat Ham and Eggs at the followio| 
LOW PRICES : 

Three Eggs 15c 

Ham and 2 Egga ISo 

Oysters— every Btyle.. 15c 

Beefsteak 10c 

Mutton Chop l<lc 

Pork Ohop 10c 

Cutlets, 



Pork and Beans 10o 

Smelts Hlo 

Salmon loo 

Beef a la Mode lPo 



Bo-st Turkey (M 

Chicken Pot-pie SB 

Kricassed Chicken... 9 

Breast of Lamb 1 

Fried Liver 1 

Tripe— all styles 1 

Soup— all kinds.... 
Tea or Coffee...... , 

Milk or Keer 

Claret Wine 

Pies, Puddings, eto 



Try the City Restaurant 

538 and SiO Clay street, 

North Bide jnst below Montgome 

jomf D. CAJIPJIILL. rronrletor 



You Can Make Money I 

BY EATING AT TBE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. X7 Second street. 

THEY HAVE REDOOED THEM 

prices, and you c-n live like a prina) 
there for a small sum. Among thl 
reductionsare: 

Cup of Coffee or 'lea, with Cake or pie 10 ceni 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 cem] 

OjsterB. all styles. , 20 oenff 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 ceni 

Soup, all kinds io cenB 

Ginud Family lCcntuarunt, SO Se<on| 
wtreet- rteor Market. jal5 tfl I 



3EiC>E»E3I 

Change of Programmtjl 



-5k! 



Esperance Restaurant, 

♦J4'3' Commercial atreel. 

Board per "Week $ 5 s4| 

Board per Afonlta ao all 

Dinner with Wine gj | 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

eUBTAVJE SCHNETDIBB, 
mrlW tf €14? Commeroial et. below Kearny, I 



RE-OPEW13VG OF 1 

DclmoHico Restaurant | 

. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL Rfflf 

|open the above Kestaurnnt with ^Mt 

'tie delicaciea of the season, on SAW'. 

UKUAY. June l'lth. and reepectfullj 

solicit tho patronage of the public. 

juiilro I.A.NK BBOT1IKB8. 



OAKLAND FERRY.-0PP0SITI0N! 

RE-OPENING OF THE 0L0 AND FAVORITE 
CREEK RCUTE, 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH r*jrfE^S 
Steomer CHIN DU WAN, hav-MSSSlSSSm 
ing elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manently on tb» i 'reek Route between San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland aid Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, June '21th, leaving Rrosdwny Whnrf, Oak- 
land, and Pudfiu-slreet Wharf, San Franc idoo, 
daily, as follows: 

Sao Francisco. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 OH A. M. T 00 A. M. 6 A. M. 

11 00 A. M. 10 uO A M. 

1 W) P. M. 12 00 m . 

4 SO p. M. 2 00 P. M. 

Oonneoting with tbe Oakland Street Cars, which 
oonvey passengers to tbe University Croundn. 

The i raveling publio can rely on the CHIN DU 

WAN crossing witbont. interroption at the lowest 

stages ol tide. Faie Ten Cents. Freight at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations for tenmn 

ju231m J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 



h Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

It is not in the least acted upon by steel pons. 



TO JTJIEJT. 

NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addtesj PHILLIP COWEN, 

Pelaiam . 
Or >pplr to J. H. McCABE, * 

0«i5 8m Thefttrio&I Agent, San FranoiBco. 



THEATItl: ROTISSERIE, j 

SX5 Dmwnt it., one door aoath of lln«b., 
/Itt V~» K. MABOHAND LATB OF THij 
t Q^ MP "RotiBBerie ReBtanrant" ol the Uniol 
VIV 0Iab - Proprietor.— The Tables prort 
ded with all the Delioaoiea of the Beaaon 
a»-OY8TKR8 IK EVERY BTTME jefiffl 



J. C. COMBES, 
"TERRAPIN LUNCH,"! 

Cor. Second a nd Te hama atreeta. 

•^■Terrapin constantly on hand Dvn.nni 1,1 

Pa'ktiEs'- PEIVATE SUPPjTROOMS e FO, I 

mh31 lta i 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE 

VrBOrjSTL*. CiTX, HOTADA 
fpHIS ELEOANT THEATRE HAS BEEN Bll 

liDeralli treated on applieation by letter to 

JOHS P1PP.B, 
Proprietor and Manager*' 

""•""(SS-or ^, -. J ' BHcOAXE. 

B20 ^aahlngton atreet. San Franoiaoo 



METROPOLITAN THEATR1 

SACBAKBSTO. 
M , h'i. J . 9 eool P d'Dr.^ ,? TO « K WItL OOMMENOJ 

The Arlington 

-lCVT KEARNY STREET, BE' 
X*l and Sutter, will be nrj» r 
Joly as a firet-olass LODGING 
rooms ar« large, handsomely tv 
be rented low. Parties deBirina 
arrangements to have coffee wi' 
or lunches served in their roo 
from SID to $15 per month. Tr 
Halted. 



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ON TO CHARLES VIVIAN. THE GREIT COMX VOCALIST 



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: r ;';:; Connnusil Success of the Great Ethioaian Comsdisn, Mr. S. S. PtJRDY' 

— — ^ — FTT— ~ 

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EMERSON MINSTRELS! 



ICIDAT KYKKf-KQ JILT 14 

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BAPPY HONEYMOON 

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ENTERTAINMENT A LA SALON PART PREMIER. 



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PAKT KI'JCOND. 

TjjnMEAn^ 

BILLY EMERSON IX HIS DUTCH SONGS AND DANCES! 

E. M. Hall, the King of Banjo Soloists, in his Budget of Songs. 

Fostollo Ixl lii«» IznltAtloiis oT l\I'llo Morlaoolil 



! First Appearance of Miss Cooolla 

Mil. TTIOMAAt ROflA, 

I • k Of 

COGIXjIj nacl roOPHR 
Ik* ck*d 

I \*. •> 1 1. ii jjiiuiii-., 

< •*>l«|<'ti Nliur < loff. 

Dll.ipl*' Oil ll«T < i.ln 

Iwnitti** Alt *f *w 

New Peilre Moral Drama! 

munsuAO 

HARRIS! HARmsTnJAiRlsTT! 



CHAIIIjE8 VINCENT, 

To* l«pol»r I i1l*D 

Via«*aV«Ht« EUtlBpUa BkclaB *f»ti»i*xi 

WHO'LL BE THE NEXT GOVERNOR? 



THK Dni'N'KARD iKO TnE 



Af(*r which, b* nr#>htd«air* of m«mj pairom of tbl< tiubllsbmaot, will b* prrformnd I ho r*piul Aut ot 

THAT R.A8CiVL BILLY. 

BV MESSRS BII.I.V BMBR90N AND K. M. BALL 

QYEirrURE^Se^djonr^T^^^ KCHESTBA 

The «otlr* Kwrnoi'i Ent«rtkiDn«nt to conotudo with tb« mirth prorokloa Stotob (tlfii limo in tbU cltjr), 

NECK AND NECK; or, THE FATE OF SCHNEIDER! 

P^ift Snow, a Lick IIob-c Runner E. M. Hill 1 Jim Brown, a Cliff B>u»e Bunnor 8 3. Partly 

ilr. Skinner. * bosrdlDg houtt proprietor J. Robinson | Other cbaraoters by the entire Ememoaians. 



»»-0» MONDAY EVFN'INO, Jaly Jd-FIRST APPPARANCEof the Wocderful 3opr»no V^oilist »nd Burle-qno Pntn* 
Donoa, !UA"TtR r.lOKNIA, who but been enEkged expreealy for the production of BURLKSQUii; ul*£RBS AND 
MOSITAi. SKKTCHKS 

The Pi*no rued 1b from the house of Kohlor. Caase at Co., 033 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Ghtckering Piano. 



Japonica Saloon Scene 

from "Tb* Lotfry of I If*" Introducing new and 
Orlfffoal Nona*, and 

THE ORIGINAL CAN-CAN MABILLE! 

L*d l>r M>n*«" Amelia Dvao and La Peta* Eetolte. 
HARRY OKASl\-»n io»*l»r»l* drunkard. OHA.V VIM'F'ST 

< nodall.— apio'iw parent. 1'bo*. Arnold 

■ii Jimmy. -a brave Pirainan J. Uotton 

Uocktail J*D0l* tiara Starr 

\.,1 Mn»b*no,— a »>arke*iier. Tommy Arnold 

Krank KamU— a MD| »n<t ilance man Or-iI1 

Bonfanti — Hriomcre .run canial Mi-- B*t*Ua 

^nnunlli-Qoeeo of the Hall*t Am*lia Dean 

Harry Bloodaoort-Banj ) Pl»yor .U.Howard 

Alfrni Hautoo— Sirtr (ivranwi Mona. >()r-ii|(ue 

' Illlanw— Comlo VooaHat 0. Harrie 

DicU Sntiilo— tn hi* urn at Clu*t Dane* Kreil Cooper 

Mol is Truaael— the mclfedeat wom-n in "fl*rUoo"..MIia ^omera 

Tommy Cioodull-a wat»urd boy — Su»ie Lee 

Thn Affeotionate Wothor Mki Ilerron 

Oraat Mi»a Leonard 



Bun 



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.Mm*. Le 

ird-aharpt, Hoodlum*, etc 



A.:ml«Un »5 Centa 

SIX NKW PRIVATE BOXES. 

PrlTMte Bnxta 8<B SO 

i&-I'm*te entrance to Boxes on Sutter atreot. 



Doxtor Uyford 

IBI1LBKB. 

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A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

rpHE GREAT COMPLAINT OP EASTERN VIBIT0E8 
-*- to San FrarjclBco is that there is no "comfort." Food 
is cheap enough ; Clothing has oomo down In price : but 
Lodgings— that if, comfortable Lodgings— are scarco and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long boon a duslderatnm in Sau Franolsco. 
but a man Is now In the field who supplies this want and 
leaven nothing to bo desired. Mr. L. J. EwELt. bos long 
been known sb the proprietor of the Ooao House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Saiisome ulreets, and he has now 
made the Branch House, 421 Sansome street, no less famous 
for dm excellence of lis uccommodations. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furnituro, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There is a Reading room with flleB of city and State papers, 
and chess nnd checker-boards for the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House Is altogether a Mutlel Lodging House. 
In order to mabe his two bouse?, 

The Coso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr, Ewell bas bit upon the plan of choos- 
Ing by chance one of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other Induce- 
ments offoi ed, caus-d theso house4 to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable homo wero not In & 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell finds is nn infringe- 
ment on t ho law against distributing gifts by chance, and 
being a law-abiding mm he has determined to discontinue 
it. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from bis receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reclaim It. but will give that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for thiB mouth (the 
recipient of which was under tho original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Forlune) will be 
given to the Ladies' Protection and Belief Society of San 
Francluco-a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thns overy one who patronises the Branch or Coso 
House can, while he Is resting snngly tucked up in his com- 
iortablo bed, enjoy tho pleading reflection that while he ban 
the full value of his money, he has also in some measure 
assisted in providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

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Fioiio will bo Jngrh obliged If theatrical 
muugers )n nil ports of mo United States, pur- 
tloulMly In California, will send to thin office 
programmes of their performances. Biir,f let- 
ters from members of the theatrical pruf<»i.lou 
Hill also be acceptable. Fioabo will be mailed 
free of chajgo to all desiring It. 



AMUSEMENTS. Et*. 

California Tub.whe.-A very larce and 

brilliantly fashionable audience UHmbM lest 
oiKbt od the cccaiion of the farewell benefit of the 
lira. Joho T. Reymond. The sensations! dnma of 
"Jennie Deans" wu presented, and the beneficiary 
plajed the character of the heroine ndmirshlr 
There never wae a prettier or more lnt*r«ting re- 
psreenUtive of Effle Deans than Wise Miome 
Walton ; ehe looked nod played the part to perfec- 
tion- Jobo McCnlloogh gained moch apptan-e for 
bia apeech In the Bart of Counsellor Falrbroth*r. 
W. H. Stdley Smith waa excellent as David Deans, 
and the other parte ware pretty well played. At 
the ooaolnilon of the play. Mm. Raymond wae 
called before the curtain and made her opwaranee 
accompanied by her hneband. She said. "It waa no 
n» trying to express her thanks, words could not 
do It. ahe eaw ao many friends preaent ibatthe wae 
eorry't* part with even for a wbile. (hat It wae ire- 
poaalble for htrto exprau what the felt, bo she 
eonld.'only aay. food bye aod God bles* you all:' 
then ebe looked at tha audienca as »f »»• really 
wished aha could take them all io her arme stance 
and give them an affectionate hug, and retired be- 
hind tha onrtaio. Thie exciting drama will bo pres- 
ented thia aftarooOD and evening with the aame 
cast. 

The alhahbba.— act in the pro- 

gramme pwfented at this non»e la bo Rood 
that) it le bard to particularly, but just at 
preaent Vivian's local aong, in which ho satirises 
everything aod everyone, protesting that be 
knowB "its no business of his," does »s mnoh 
to All the house aa anything. Bllv EmerBOt's 
new set of Dntch Bong*; noil's banjo »oloe and 
Pordy'a Mississippi Fling, are all capital. There 
will be a matinee to-day for ladies and children 
when the aame excellent bill which has delighted 
large audiences every night tbrorgh the week will 
be played. 

Bella Union.— Aline Le Favre, Johnny 
Maonioe. Marie Zoel, B aoch© Sully, and the 
strong company of the Bella Union Theatre will all 
appear In a rich and diversified programme of 
eongB. dances and amnting acts, and "Scenes in 
Parle." with its exciting can-can. On Monday, 
Ella Wesner, the protean actress, will appear in 
her delioeationa of character. In addition to other 
attractions: tha talented Reynolds Brothers «ill ap- 
pear in songs and dances, and will raceivo a hearty 
welcome back to the Bella Union Theatre where 
they are great favorites. 

Oxfobd Theatre.— Saturday nights' bill 

at tha Oxford ia always a "icreamer." Amelia 
Dean, Clara Starr, and the whole troupe of pretty 
girls will appear in new acts; Cog ill aud Cooper 
will present the best nonce and dances in their 
repertoire: Harris will sing more songs, and tell 
more funny Btoriee. and there will be plenty of 
amassment. 
Theatre Comiqtjk. — The popularity of 

this place of amusement is explained by the fact 
that there ia always something new. To-nigbt 
there is Another change in the performance. Prof. 
Paul Boulon'a performance on the violin is a pop- 
ular feature. Tbe full programme appears on our 
first page. 

Benefit to Mai Zorer.— To-morrow eve- 
ning a capital entertainment will be given at tbe 
California Theatre for tbe benefit of Max Zorer 
well known in California ae a musician, composer 
and manage-. Of late years Max has suffered 
much from Illness and bis brother professionals, 
take thla means of extending him a helping band. 
The names of those voluntoering appear on onr 
first ptge. The performance will comm&nce with, 
tbe play of 'The Happy Honeymoon; or. who said 
t?" in which Mr. Niemeir, Miss Olilie Genee and 
Hisa Emma Meier, will appear. After this an in- 
terlude will be given. Miss Helen Diogeon, the 
charming vocalist, will sing: Senorita Lopez and 
her four little pupils, whos graceful performance 1 * 
will delight the ladies, wi.l appear; Profeeior H 
Lakes will perform a concertina solo; the ever- 
pooolar little Bailie De Angelis will sing a comic 
tong, and Profeeior Gichwaodner will perform on 
tbe sweet-toned Zithsr. Tbe faroe of "Knrmarker 
and Picarole; or, Prussia and France," performed 
by Max Lube and Mi<ss Josephine Wolff, will coc- 
olnde the evening's entertainment. Those who 
attend will enjoy a very pleasant entertainment 
and help a wortby artist, who is in unfortunate 
circumstances through no fault of bis owa. If 
auld acquaintances are not forgot In California 
.Max Zorer will have a bumper benefit. 

Presentations. — Last night after the 

third act of "Jennie DeaoB," Mrs. John T. 
Raymond wis approached by R. J. Preston, the 
"Captain" of tbe noble band of supernumeraries, 
who have aa often fought aod died on the Cali- 
fornia stage, and rtquested her and ber husband 
to proceed to the apartment occupied by his 
trooos ; when they reached there, Mr. Preston in a 
neat little speech begged Mrs Raymond's accept 
anoe of a pair of silver napkin rings, with gold 
monogram and Inscription. "Presented by tbe 
Supernumeraries of the California Theatre" aa a 
token of the eateem in which they held her and 
herhneband. A number of fine damask napkina 
accompanied the rings. Mrs. Raymond waa muoh 
affected at this proof of tbe affection in which 
ahe was held by all ranks of artistes on tie Cali- 
fornia stage, and in her apeech before tbe certain, 
made mention of it in a msnmr which showed 
how muoh gratification it afforded her. Besides 
this aod a whole conservatory of nonquota, Mrs. 
Raymond waa presented with a silver card oaae by 
Mr. aod Mrs. Torrance, a tortoise-shell card oaae 
by Mrs. Saunders, and a pair of diamond sleeve 
buttons by J. A. Smith, all of which will be 
cherished by her remembrances of her California 
Iriends. 

Cuff House.— A drive to theCliff House 

on a ir light night ia perfect; delightful and 
the enjoyment of Bplnoiag along the road is in- 
creased by the certainty of receiving a warm wel- 
come on arriving, from mine host Foster, and 
having Bnpper up in the winking of an eye. The 
new ball room, with ite beautiful floor of colored 
woods, is inch admired by all who see It, and 
many fashionable parties have been given there. 

Ella Wesnee.— The name of this talented 

protean performer appears in the list of passengers 
which passed Ogden on its way to California yes 
terday ; ahe will therefore arrive to- -light. 



Joe Monro*.— The public will|be glad to 

..irn that arrangements have been perfected f» r 
the appearance of thts very pnpolar actor and min 
strtl iier.'orm^ral the Mutroioliuo Theatre. Dcr- 
iog the coming week the oarpentora and scene pAin- 
ters will be busy making preparations "for tbe pro. 
du-tion of •"Help," which will bo presented tor tho 
first lime dor-tog the following «">«>■ Hu* success- 
ful Joe has been in this play, the following from 
the Albany Register shows: 

Mr. Joe Mornby made b'n debut list night to a 

so and deiitrhled audieno. To say that ihts 

It tbroog wae pleased is not ejur*s»ive 

enough. Mr, M earned 'ho house by storm by nm 

porklmgend ohgipal myle of acting, equalling iT 
not aarpsssing any Cass of Irish and pa oh 

omedv acting snd Hinging ever itiven tn this city. 
Thestage Ir.shman in Murphy's hands becomes a 
urn! creation, instead of the hitherto artificial 
nblDnce. and he seems fully >o have caught the 
iruoapiMt of Hiborr.iaa.one, and posse, sine, aa he 
floes, (be raoit marked ability to delineate anq tne 

iohest kind of a brogue, we mint unhesitatingly 
pronounce bim one of tbeb-tof Irish comedians. 
His Dutch sketches nlso fairly .earned the house; 
aod indeed he sioms ae muoh at home in the teu- 
tonic aa the Irish dialect. The Tyro ean eoog and 
Dntch clog dince have nev«r been equalled in this 
city. Mr. M.'bsucopsb on the dramatic stage if un- 
questionable and Mr. Maed-r's "Help >• asplsn- 
i.inl vehicle to illustrate his taleot." 
The LraoaaitDS.— On Monday evening Mins 

Alica Dunting. (Llngard) Miss Dicker Llngard, 
W H. Liagard and Ben. Dunning, will make their 
first appearance. TVe all know how charming 
Miss Alice Lingard is, and appreciate the talent of 
W. H. Lingard, bat are yet lobe bewitched by tha 
charms of the sprightly Dickey. 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Yihginia City, Net.— Harelmajer commenced 
a series of entertainmenla of magic, music and 
trained mice and birds, on the 2Hb. 

Oabsojt. Kev— The Atlantic and Pacific Circus 
gave a performance on Monday for tha benefit of 
the food for tbe erection of a school bouse. The 
■mount taken for admission was S611.5?. Expen- 
ses of eircas company, $250; license, ?M: printing, 
?•'.; posting oil's. ?l.'0— total, $-76,50; leaving 
the handsome snm of $325 for tbe School Fund. 

DENVEn, COL.— Tbe Cricket was still running 
witcavariaty troupe. Signor Fatint waa adver- 
tised to give a ooncsrt on tbe 24'h. 

Chkyenwe.— The L*oder ef the 26tb, boa the fol- 
lowing concerning Madame Lake's circus, which 
bad arrived the day before with $15,000 made ia 
that Territory: 

The "Wild Horse of Tarfary," and two other 
horses ba'angiog to Madame Lake's outfit, escaped 
from those having them in obarge at Evans N«t- 
arday night. Aftes a chase across tbe prairie, 
over irrigating ditches, etc., abbot six miles, tbey 

ere finally corralled. 

Yreka,— Madame Jael's Circus performed on 
Surday and gave satisfaction. The Journal pro- 
nounoes the minstrel eide Bbow a bilk. The New 
York Circus showed on the following evening. 
Enough circna for Yreka for a time. 

Salt Lake.— On the 24th, W. G. CoggeehaU, Car- 
rie Carter, J. "W. Carter and E. B. Marden, ap- 
peared in the comedy of "Everybody's Friend," 
and the Hernandez Troupe made their last appear- 
ance. On 'the 2fith Professor Silvester, assisted 
by Miss Angelique Schotte, gave his Drat enter- 
tainment 

Corikne.— The citizens of Corione tendered The 
Great Western Minstrele a benefit at the Opera 
Houie on tbe 26^, 

Poet TOWS8END, W. T.— The Beatty Tioupe 
were performing at Masonic Hall last week. A lo- 
cal burlesque of "Romeo and Joliet," was played. 
The company will play again on tbe 6tb. 

Portland, Ob.— The Portland Philharmonic 
Siciety gave their eleventh concert at Oro Fino 
Hall on June 23d. The Programme was well car* 
ried out and the attendance large. 

Mabysville.— The theatre is at present occupied 
by C. L. Graves' "Ponadioram," a panorama of a 
trip across the plains. "One hundred valuable 
prizes" are distributed every evtning. 

Los Angeles.— The Nathan Troupe have been 
very successful at La Merced Theatre. Little Ma- 
rion Nathan is a great favorite. Tbe trospe will 
perform next week. 

Omaha. — It is some time Einee Omaha has had 
a theatrical entertainment, or any amusement at 
The treat event of next week will be tbe Gift 
Festival for tho purpose of establishing a Public 
Library. Not only tbe people of Omaha, bat 
others in every State io the Union are interested 
in this, as thousands of tick* is have been sold, 
and some lucky onee in tbe course of the next 
week or ten days will become suddenly rich. 

Reno.— Tbe Atlantic and Pacific Circus was bil 
led to appear here on tbe 27th. 

Sacramento City. — Grand FEtTivAi — The 
grand concert for tbe benefit of the Sacramento 
Pioneer and Library Association which bas been 
for some timo past in preparation wi'.l positively 
take place on Jn'.y 19tb. Tickets are being sold 
very !-- 1. hxcursion tickets may be bo ; got at tbe 
principal book snd musio stores in this city. 



EASTERN D RAMA TIC NEWS. 

Our New York dates are up to the "2d. At 
Booth's, "The Man O'Aiilie" was tunning well.... 
At Wat lack's Tbeatre, "Rosedale" waa succeeded 
on the 21*tby "The Long Strike".... Lina Edwioa' 

was closed,.,. Theatte Comique wee closed Park 

Theatre opened for the Snmmer season on tbe 
24bh with Johnny Allen in "Schneider".. ..New 

York Circus cloied Brjant'e eloied Niblo'a, 

"Paul Clifford".... Olympic. Lucille Western- 
Rossand Harry Welkins engaged to commence on 
the 26th.. ..Fifth-avenue Tbeatre, "Delmonico's < 

or Larke up the Hudson" Grand Opera House 

•Three Huaohbacks".... Bowery, Jtmn Maeuire, 
Irish comedian, io "Over the Falls".... Globe 
"Neck and Neok." Tony Psalm's, Fanny Her- 
ring io "Grit; or. Out on the Plain-." 

fc.d win Forrett will commence his next season at 
tbe Walnut, in Philadelphia. 

Lina Edwioa' enlarged theatre will probably be 
opened by tbe Lydia i hoaapaon Troupe. 

Little Nell and Harry Clifford are travelling 
with a dramatic company in New Jersey. 
' The Lias Weber burleeqnera are playing tbrough 
Iowa, oa their way to New York, where they con- 
template a short season . 

Star engagements for the comiog season by the 
manager of the Pittsburgh Opera House, Pa., 
have already been effected with Edwin Booth, 
Joe Jefferson, Lawrence Barrett, Charles Math- 
ews, and the Parepa Rosa Opera Combination. 

Miss Rose Evans sailed for London, Eng., in the 
steamship Helvetia, on June 17th. 

At the Baltimore, Md,, Opera House, a Sum- 
mer Season was to be common cid on June 26 th. 

The dramatic and minstrel professions seem to 
appreciate the value of baving tbe endorsement of 
Sin Francisco, "The only school for actors." In 
tha bills of Smith's Opera House, East Saginaw, 
Mich., we notice "Farron and Baker, tbe Califor- 
nia Dutch Comianes." 

Owen Marlowe, engaged for the coming season 
at the California Theatre, took a benefit at the 
Fourteenth-avenue Theatre on the26tb. 

Mr. Sol Smith, Jr., and Miss SedUy Brown were 
united in marriage at Chicago, 111., on Jane 10th. 

Frank Mayo is in Cleveland, Ohio, and intends 
to make it his future home. 

Mra. Bowers and J. C. MoCoIlom opened the 
New Opera House at Akron, on the 12th, assisted 
by Ellsler's company from Pittsburgh. 

At San Francisco Hall, in Broadway, on the 19th 
and through the week, a mechanical representa- 
tion of the City of Paris, in zinc was displayed. 
Itis builtona platform, and covers 400 feet. It 
■howi Paris as it was befoie the late war. 



Tbe New York Saoday Mercury sayB: The fa- 
mous JaJy orchestra to be imported by Rnllman 
from Germacy n ill open here on the II th Septem- 
ber. It in composed entirely of ladies, each of 
whom is a mittress of her instrument. Each also 
ia young, and warranted pretty. Tho trombone is 
a blonde, and cuaimiiic. They wilt be a deltghiful 
con treat to the now col. red and speotacled mascu- 
lines who have hitherto officiated. When the 
young ladles first appeared in Vienna, they made 
an immense sensation, and tbe Enfpress and ber 
court visited tbpm often. Tbe oustomes, ten in 
number for each pei former, arrived a few day 
ago. Tbey are all evening dresses of elegant de 
signs, and brilliantly contrasting colors. 

Young Richard Ooker, who, ae a handsome boy 
oftuirtoeo, delighted Trinity Church-goers seme 

irs ago with a djhciia* s^prina voio-. hse now 

itb increasing age, become a line tenor, aod wij 
make bis appenrrnee in opera in about a year. 

The San Francisco Minstrels are home again 
after an extensive tcu" la *he West. 

Mr. Norman Holly u» ide a «aooese In O. Daniel's 
play of "Wild; a Life Piehve " which was pro- 
duced on the 13tb, at Oarr'a uptia House, Roch- 
ester. 

Forty-four thousand dollars has been raised 
aoward the proposed new German Tbeatre in New 
York, Looaliiy to be between Eighth and Twenty 
third street, on East side. 

Fox's American Theatre, Philadelphia, contin- 
ues doing remarkably well, and is far ahead of any 
other variety eatablishmeotio that city. Charles 
Howard closed there on the 17th, and goee to Boa- 
ton for tho lath. 

Joseph Heioe, the blind violinist, and Ada 
Heine, pianist, are engaged for Jollien'a concerts 
in Brooklyn. 

Charles Matthews waa engaped to appear at 
Providence, R. I„ on tha 19th and 20th nit. 

Miss Anna Swan the Nova Scotia Giantess who 
went from San Francisco to New York, and thenee 
to Eoglaod, waa recently married in London, to 
Martin Van Baren Bates. 

TbeOlipperprophea.es that tbe theatrical cam- 
paign of 1871-2 will be a very spirited one and that 
talent will be in demand and fetch a large price. 



Boys' Pump Shoes and Box- 
Toe Gaiters 

At F. X. Kaet's Fashionable Shoe Store, Noa. 
322 and 324 Bush Btreet, opposite the Alhambra 
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II AVE REMOVED THEIR 

CARPET STORE 



314 and 316 Pine street 

Between Montgomery and Sanaome* 

Just Below Goodwin's — Opposite WHiTNET'e. 

TTAVING A SPACIOUS SALESROOM, AND 
-'■-'- increased falilties for importing goods direct, 
they hope to give entire satisfaction to those who 
may favor them with a call. 

UITOU£LL «fc BELL. 

CARPET DtfALERS, 
ju241w SI 4 and 816 Pine Btreet. 



Candy I Candy ! 



CHARLES H. MERCER, 

HOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
turer, No. 51 8 Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California; and 1ST Second street, 
bet. Minna and Natoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Cartage free to all parte of the city 
wharfae axoentaa. m»13 tf 



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For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Thoss living in the city know it already. 

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For Sale or 3RL ent. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 

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manufactories, for sale or to 
rent on the most favorable 
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BY A YOUNG MARRIED MAN, AN OUT- 
door situation as Collector, Snipping Clerk 
Tally Clerk, or as driver of a liftht wagon; is a 
first-class collector, writes a fair hand, and bas an 
extensive knonledse ol the city: would accept any 
respectable situation that would pay him a livins 
salary; good references aa to honesty, ability and 
steady habits. Address F. 0. J., Fioabo Office. 
ju21 tf 



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FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION. OAI L ON 
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CALAIMTHINE! 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

G OTTO MRS. SCHWOERER.PRO - 
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of Washington aod Stockton, over* 
tbe fruit storv. Diagnosis and onreB 
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Prof. S. has valuable Roman Talis- 
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your intended. Fee. Fifty Cents and np. Hours, 
from H a. m. to 4 p. m.. and 7 to 9 p. m. jo21 lm" 




A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE Busi- 
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Spanish and Italian fluently. Is cenveraao t with 
commercial operations, and can give the best of 
references. Would accept a commission or travel- 
ing agencv. lias been three years in one bouse 
Address G. A., FlOAKO Office. jug tf 



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SALE. 




708, 712, 714 and 716 
Kearny Street, 

ju26tf (OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



OCEAN HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING LEASED 
tbe Ocean House aod Track ior a term of 
jeara, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS COOES, STEWARDS AND 

BARKEEPERS, 

la now ready to attend to tbe wants of all his old 
friends who may favor bim with a call, and no 
paine will be spared to make his guests comfort- 
able and happy. 

atsr* Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

GEO. W. DICKET, 

ap29 tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IS LOCATED AT.... 

6ST Wiuhlnitton street, next Door to 

the Hall of Becortle. 

^ MR. ADAM8 TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

^■it the last Mechanic's Fair, for the best dii- 
<£9b play of Hats, both in style and quality. Oua- 
~ "** totnera will pleaae remember that tbe di- 

Sloma is placed in the window bo they oannot be 
ecetved as to the place where to purchase tbe 
BEST HATS at tbo OHKAPEST RATES. It 
tbe first Hat Store below Kearny street foi6-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



WHOLESALE AND' BETlIL. 

SO Years' Experience 

OPTIOIAIT, 

SOS Montgomery Street, Bui Block, 

jomf San Francisco. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, 

Proprietor of DR. BOTJRNE'S -well-known 
BATHS AND MASKETIC BATTERY, 

If) MASONIC TEMPLE, POST STREET, 

-"-V near Montgomery and Market, San Francisco, 
£Ki& e w 00ra o( COLDS, KHKUMATloM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA, and other Nervoas Com- 
plaints, etc. Aaahath for the hoaltby, perfectly 

f^T'J!;? 1, £ nd ' to Pa^fy the blood, unequalled. 

■WThe LADIES' DEPARTMENT ia under the 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. juT lm 



The Champion and Pivot-action 
Braces. 

THESE BRACES. IN THKIR PECULIAR 
construction, have all tbe advuntogea of Sui- 
penders and Shool ter-Braces combined. 

1st. — They do not, disarrange the shirt-bosom. 

2d. —Tbey cannot Blip off the shoulders. 

3d — They give no strain on tbe breast. 

4th.— Each eection of the paate can be adjusted 
independently. 

Sth.— By means of the adjustable back-strap, a 
gentle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

6tb.— Their ease and convenience commend them 
to everyone, and no person after using them will 
ever u«e the old-fashioned eueipendere acoin. 

OS-Patented Ootober 10, 1S6S. Beware of infring- 
ing on tbeie patenta. For sale by 

C. n. BUKR. 
Sole Agent for tbe Pacific Coast, His Market 

street, below Stockton, -ban Franciacr. 

■^•Trade supplied at liberal discount. ju23 ln> 



PhvnciaDs Becommend 
Ana over 500. 000 FeOnie rndorg. 

DR. HENLEY 8 

CELEBKATJED 




IXL BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY WON- 
derful TONIC, after a series o' years and ex- 
periments, haB succeeded in bringing before tit I 
Sublia all that can be deeired of a pare Tonio and < 
ecuperator. 

Headache, Bilioneneeeand Constipation, general i 
Debility aod Lose of Appetite all are caused by . 
the derangement of the Stomach, Liver and other < 
fnnctionariee of the eyetem. The IXL Bitten ■ 
have been successfully need and are worrantedto ■ 
alleviate tbe sufferer in all the above cases. 

H. EPSTEIN & CO., 

Bncoeeeore to L. GROSS & CO Sola ProprietO | 
of Dr. Henley's IXL Bi tt.ors. 

S18 Front at reel, San Fruncleco. 
7 Ln Salle afreet, Chlcnen, 111. del I 



REMOVAL. 

J.F. &H.H. SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS III 

Furniture and Bedding, 

JIAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
t„n„? 0r *°"'°"' and S«OBom« utreetB to tboir new 

w";,?.;"^? »i 'o to lmpre« npon the public th»t 
7Zrt„„ , \° !'■ '« tbelr «<*vantage to 0.11 aodtio- 
.£ pnM * b »'oH> P»roh»smg else- 

No. 318 PINE STREET, 

Between Montioraery nod Saa.ome It* 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND OONTFV 
•ncor.-Offlcs in Smith-, new kill a,„ , f„ Y " 
dro. dirsotly opnoeite the Oonrt Horn "'"'- 

FARMS and HOMESTEADS for Bale and to l.i 
in.ariou^ parte of Alameda county. an^lm 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court Exchange, Sear CltylKall. 

*»*Hot Lnnch daily from U to 2 p.m. Paaaen- 
gere' Storea pat np at the eborteet notice B|ip25 



FAT0R1TE VALLEJ0 R0UTBI 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD I 
AND STEAMER CAPITAL. 

Summer •Ax-ra.ng'eiiieiatV 

SHORTEST AND MD3TJJQM FORT ABLE LI HE, 

SttTtne: 89 Mllea In Slitnncc. and 3 hour* 
ln time to Maryavllle and &f& 

illlea to Sacrumento. 

Rnnnlntf Palnqe Cure, equipped with Mil* 
ler*a Safety JPltit form and Coupler*. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) esc* 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Faet I 
press. On Snnday.one Express eaeh way. 
STEAMER "CAPITAL", 

Leaves Front Btreet Whnrf, San Francisco, at 8 A.K.i 
oonnectineat Vallejowitb caisof OaliforoiaPaciSt 
Railroad, by which passengers arrive at SAorameato 
at 12 :15 P. M.. Murysville at 2 :15 p. m„ aod Culietefi 
at 12:45 p. M. ; also leaves San Frnocii?co at 4 p. KJ 
by which passengers reach Sncrnmeato at 8:15 P 
M„ MaryBVille at 9:30 P. M., and Ualistoga atfii 

ooixosocTn . 

Morning Exprees Traine leaves Marypville at fl:> \ 
A. M.. Sacramento at 7:3<>a. m., and Calietogaa 
7:30 a. m., arnvirjg at SanFranoisoo at 11:30 a. m. . 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marysville at.ll 
m.. Saoramentoat 3:39 P. m., and Cslistogaat 24 
P. if., arriving at San Francisco at 7 :30 P. m. 
SUNDAY TRAINS AND BOAT. 

Snnday Exprees Train leaves MaryBville at 10:1 
A.M., Sacramento 2:30 P. Id., and Calistoga at t i 
M.. arriving at San Franoinco at G:45p. m. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sundays, leatti 
Sun Francisco at 8:30 A. M. ; passengers arriving I 
Vallejoat 10:1A a. m., Sacraraeoto at 1:45 p. w 
Marysville at 5 P.M., and Calistoga at 12:40* p.] 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trains frol I 
Calistogaand Marysville at 5 p. m., airiviog at 8* 
Francisco at (<:45 p. M. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery street or cl 
board the Steamer CAPITAL. Baggage called * >.' 
and checked from residencea, hotels, etc., bytl I 
S. F. Baggnpe Exprees Company. 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTTSOH, ( 

Gnn'l Freight and Pa°s.Ag't. Su peri n tender 

Vallejo. May 6th, 1871. mj9 ti 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid 

It flows freely from the pen, and is tbe be» 



Calaveras Big Tree. 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUT! 

TO THE WORLD-RENOWNED 

CALAVERAS GROV 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD I 
Mokelnmne Station, Peek 4. Go's Stage L fa 
Concord Coaches from Mokelnmne Station to |i 
Trees, leaving San Francisco at. 8 A. m, every ()p 
stopping over night at Mok*lnmne Hill, and an I' 
ing at Big Trees at 12 M. next day. Returni '■ 
leave Bg Trees at 2 P.M., stopping over night I 
Mokelumne Hit', leaving next morning at 6!^, i ■ 
arriving at, Mokelnmne Si at ion nest day in tim m 
tnke the Western Paoifio Railroad trains Eaet. » 
WeBt, arriving at San *rancisco at ft p.m., msaM 
the round trip ln 2 days and 10 hoars. 

Mokelnmne Station to Bis Tree* $M 

Bound Ti'l p ' 

rPor further parti cnlara,"apply to 

P. H. REAN, A eent( I 
\nTl lm No. 69» Olay atreet, San Fraa olB# H 



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MONDAY. JILT 3. 




■mW 13.' 

BELLA UNION THEATRE 

■UMfl 

^^^^ 

. kHi 1 

ELLA WE8NER! 

I* »«» ftsast e#>4 Last i 

-Ptrttg tho Way,' "lUcltetty Jtrk." and 
"ClUsUMgna Churlfy " 

LAST «UK or H LLC 

Allno I_iO Fnvro 

The r»p*ut 

H.oyTaoXcajsi Brotliors 

la ike*. D «W* Her, 

THIS EVENING JOLT 3d 

' Jb*m 
r ill fund 

n<- n ' - -•-.« « "mnui 

imore 

i il. a»l Pre* 

• 

i0o* angry 
Medlar W.1k-*r««»- Tr.ir» 

Onrtir. 'ii^tieeirn 

H.pri lark Jtlia Jftnemy NmiI«i 

J— nhna UtM|t Biases m Frank Jone* 

IUH*d Waggle Braver 

Soeg ud Dane*. 

*I K.-ally ^Imll ExpireJ" 

Hvrnrw P»d * ■•rl. • «^,n.,lH. 

Ballad Ml 

Tha t'oequilled Protean AMUt. 

Miss ELLA WEBNER 

Jler dallneat.on of her Celebrated Specisltr. 

** <L:lirtxiai>rt#;iio Chnrloy," 

Hu creeled mora g-neioa appleeee than over (railed 
soy other Arliit is loo Ueiied bUlM. 

PwrtW Orebeelra 

LEARNING TO ACT! 

slat Kelly ead Harry Thompeoa. 

- - .— , — - . ■» 

Ballad Fanny OerreUoa, 

Now Negro Act of 

A NIOHT IN THE WHAT CHEER HOUSE 

George and Charles Reynolds. 
Ooncladioit witb Alios L« Karie'a Great Flai of 

SCENES IN PARIS 

FRAILTY. Queen of tbe Blonde? A LINK LB FAVRX 

Mr. FilKwiltiam JobOBJ banning 

Mm, Hizwilliam Winnie Fillmcre 

TfrniWiion.... / » t Mtggie Brtwtr 

Nonchalance J Gtisettei Of Pails J Fann* Gnrrelrva 

Innocence ) ' NHle Blanche 

Hone. Peres «*If J 1 V' r ° 7 

Mods. Dnpr.t Bally Henry 

Olarise • .Josephine 

.Ipsepb Myers. aDutcnman Hair. Thompf on 

Mnna. Le Dox, e champagne "well R. G. Marsh 

JubDuoklefis (with oqag end dance) l'.aok Joese 



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MUFORNIA THEATRE. $\ ttt J hrat K iNiiliqur. 

«■*■> L^aaaaa seat e*i% tm ><•■ • 



LUVGARO 
ALICE DUNNING 



es XD. lL.lii*C«rcl 






BN EVER 



IV I O 



C~r*o\.i.-clo<l 



t \xm ivri«i»tiv. 



I LBWie PARKER, tho ( 

T II li EVEMIKO JOLT 34 ■ ■ . i« . - i . . - i . 




BVaaUQ 






Who's to Have Him? 



WM. HCACE LINCARD 

■in . -. mO« 



WM NURD 

Alee), tg*» eM Fuiiif*. 

T> Tetpeaj ** laWw. r>r*' lira) Fart. 

W issalaVJ Do**.- B.oa*. 
p sa ••*]** ■•>'!. war. 

re-mieVr. P -r t ir.||-.,r, 

Old *4« l-t-Srnirt. 
■ee. H » -* La>*« BVaarti. Hulrr s*>*r. *tr , ele. 

EmewreranelloeM of .be World* • OelebrlUe* 

Willi a as mt rraitl*. I emle *4«p>«l*«in, «•* llnf- 
a> >. !«■■ l>»*aU»aj. H-r-t^ i.rrrlry. Ben 

Hn -r. lt*l«te>MSM * . U*«. «i - - . Urxlll. 

Naval Engagements 

Wm Hone f.'Cftird 

Alice DaDDlnK .'Linttrji 

Mr. JuiUh 

U»«i k .-.■- Jn.C.rd.n 

r. T. R»;bocuI | (hart W. A. Me.l.rtr 

TO MORR i» »HIBSOOS- 

Crand Extra Matinee. 



Trn>iiin 


B*JM 






■■Mi 


* ^ 




MMt. 


LOPEZ 


AND 


HER 


FOUR 


PUPILS 






J 















Aft*r •*. - Ta 



Fight for Governor! 

Or. the Women of the Period. 



■■ 



Horn Lerry Harra ... 

Pareact «a Pntaarr . 
R*-ir«*d Sebeidy 

Joe Strair' 
AdofphB> I 
Raetmy Oaeem 



\\ 



lanehe 



7. 



osier 

I 'mil In*ra 

Jobonp UeAncalia 

Jake Wall ice 

lloehr Morto-i 

ft* :<-. M irofej 
T. McI^ocbiiD 

Ned Honttt 

....larrr Winiere 
Vekeflcld 



. . Jerry W 
JM Wal 



■TSOPMI OF HCEilKBY. ETf. 



Rnt7»Rl-Iote»Tipw betH« 
tick l>* i.-M-r - 

■ 
Ibe nom" 

SUnd 



a Poll*tc-*l Moihar and a Lot*- 
OF HKARTS ffHRS VOTES 
ioo in tbe diataoce A peep 
CS' Tbe man tbat didn't (res 
• oaodidate— Indeppn -nt tint 

I Burersa MRS. FlfZSlK- 

I ne Oolnred P.ipnl.lUn knap dark. Tbe Irish 
rl«m»ni represenud. and No Skyfuogliof. 
SOKNP II— A woman's pl»» b"-a»»lj pn». and oo harm dooe. 

i "jMKsnu economy: hoodlums in 

AM 

II— MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. 

S'.'FNE IV— Alcohol and Freedom. Foo oo tbe rampage. 
MS IN FULL VIEW. 

BORH1 V— A common trifle— a Girl Insolted. A HOOD- 
LUM FUP. "Ky*«r, don't yon want to bny a doc?" Skyfun- 
cle's boot?. "See here, now: obeese it." 

SOFNK VI-THK STRUGGLE! THE STIRUGGLERS! 
THE STRLGjLED' Tbe A K ony Over! 



To ** rall*w*d »y 

Imitations Extraordinary on thB Violin 
The Fenian Soother 

"e PVew I •• r«-i*r 

Fewewf 

liaiear Metpby 

r**Btr »..n| I'.tnni Hrh.lfr 

Ho)* Rtni. Jaht Wallaet 

«««l wnat Dawee .llmmv Mnrnhj 

•t.»t» Owl ««/all«et> s>«et neAocpll- 

NrO*« OF T1IK TIMKA .... I.KW FABKKI 

<i>f| and I)*ri>* lea Flak 

INSIDE and OUTSIDE! 

Jimmy lfcirpby- Hagby Morion T. McLaagbUn 

Ballad ... lnnle Laeiar 

»r-»T ATTJHS-ii 

Ri-prnrnil>f 1H Plftares Row Ilnnind 

Eiplain*d by Johnny DeAoftells. 

• haet; ton -lie: T. Mr l.mi«itlt> 

Osr Ornndfalhtr'l Day*. . •lUtimy Morph) 

I. lab .Us Zurilr Zlmi.i 

THG HAUNTED HOTEL 1 

JakeWallaoe and Johnny PpAokoH- 

Conic Moosx Llutle Harm.it 

llullii'' Evn Hllrii 

To oonclnde with 

I_.o"\y© , s Revenge 

DeAnjteli). Wallace and Morton. 

MONDAY EVEN INO - 
FIRST APPKARANCE OP IKWii PAKKEB 
nii'l EDWARD KAHH. 

Admlul^n 'I wcRiy-flve Cent* 

Uoors open at 1. Performance to commence at 8H- 



Eureka Range 

The best Cooking Appa- 
ratus now I n t he market. 
A Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
Economica l In Fuel, and 
Handsome Jn_ DesignJk) It 
gives univ ersa l satisfac- 
tion. Try it. 

FOB SAL! BT 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

Will lK«,dlHB.I(rr r .tr CT l. Ill 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Catting 

HESDQUHRTERS, 
'306 Montgomery at.. 

OPPOSITE BOM HOOTS. 



MRS. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKER, 
FIRST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

■Mve4 to Ma. G«« Kearny street. 

Boom No. ». R.cond Floor. 



D. HICKS & CO., 
BOOK- BINDERS 

MB BUNK-MOK MANUFACTURERS, 
No. Q43 Olay Street, 

SABT rKANCINCO, 
Ani &9 J .trect. aerossents. Do6-frf 



h Fi.lher'i Cienical Writing Fluid. 

It does sot corrode or cloe the pen. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

.• JN'KLY FUBHISUED BOOMS. SIN- 
IH> or in mi is. 

Well JLIsrbtwd and Ventilated. 

UoforoiBhsd Rooms to let. Lodrln( with 
ALUAHBRA BCfLDINa. 
txUtt 




DINNER, 

DESSERT, BREAKFAST, 

....AMD.... 

TEA 
SETS. SETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

Fleiaot ahnpri, ITS Pieces »U5 OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

158 F!e«eK 915 OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

55 Pteees 330 SO 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

87 Pieces SIS OO 

Si her plated Service, 

1 Boat Castor ) 

1 sozsn sscd Tos sod I -. ..,*«.. sins ka 

T.bls Spoon, f *• Pteees... »SI SO 

1 down Msdiam Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

jWilbPearl White. 890 OO 

(With French China SllO OO 

GUARANTEED FTJtST-OLASS GOODS, and 
packed or delivered FREE OF CHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pins Street, 
jolSK HAN FKA.MCISOO. 







PmcLAYAr::, 



■ 
1 . 



TKQftlAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTORHET A.T LA W, 

(AtikiH FrnniolA,) 

ROOM NO. », NOS. 710 AND *I8 MONT- 
fomery etreet. east side (over Frank's Saloon), 
between >v •-ihiogtou And Jackson' l a. ap36 




REMOVED TO SPLENDID NEW ROOMS. 

NO'lsUONTOOHBBY 8TKEKT. 

First Floor, Opposite Masonic Temple. 

PRICES RCDVOED. 

ap 10 6di __^ 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard street, near Second. 

THE MANA- 

gerstake pleasure 
in tmnounoing 
that after having 
a large force of 
oarpenterB at 
work, their 




New Floor 



OFXIIsT 



VIZINA. .IV AMES. 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNER OF 00MMKR0 AL AND LEIDE5- 
dorff streets, having been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new fitting room added iu front, is 
now ready to receive Lndsera by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICK of 1tr, } b*t% and 
rtOc. BY THE NIOHT. and BY THE WEEK. 
H. 1 GO to 83 and W3 -'ft- for Ninele Rooms. All 
the rooms are furniehed with FRENOH SPRING 
BEDS. 1 b" House uuJ Beds uro kept thoronghly 
olean and free f'nrn mofquitoa. 

a®- H jUSK OPEN ALL NIGHT. Persona Ht- 
ina In or visiting ihe ottv will 6od thia one of the 
BK8T AND OHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

RALSTON A, COTTRELL, 

ap5 lm Fr«prletnra t 



TO THE LOVERS OF 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO MEET 
with jovial society is at tbe Free and Easy 



CHARING 



4- 



SALOON! 



flOfl Mission street, net. Second and New 
Mo n t ro mery. 

Every Saturday lVierlvt. 

• CHAIR TAKEN AT StSO SHARP. 

N. B,— A spacious Club Room to let for one or 
two nights a week, with every convenience for 
band Practice, Olub meetings, etc. Music furn- 
ished for parties. 

mygl HOLLAND A EAGLES. Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 

IBTS' BTE. 

Printer, 

5MOVBD TO 1 * 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



H4S HEMOVBD TO 



Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp. old office. 




W- A. HUGHES, 

515 Clny street, between Leldev'orr and 
Banaome* 

KEEPS THE BBS. 

"A.A.sA.. WI9[ILS.K.EY, , 

Marrlan s No. 3 Ale, 

BREWED MPRESSLY FOR OAJ.'" , ORNXA. 

Large aeeortment of F reach Bram . , Sootob 
Wn-sky, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin ana Foreign 
and Domestic Wines of all kinds se3-tf 



GLORIOUS VIOTORY l-FIRST 

Premiums and Silver Medals award- 
ed to FUOA&I 8 ORIENTAL OIL. 
HAIR DYE, at the San Francisco 
Fairs in 18H4. '65 and '69; at Sacra- 
mento in 1B63, '65, '66, '67 and 10\ "»Iso 
at Stockton and Marysville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye is tbe beat, mmpleet, 
easiest applied in the world. Work 
done in a few seconds ; In twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be seen. Free from Stjoab 
Lead, Lao StTLPHtTB, or oth*r poisonous, health- 
destroying drugs used in other hair prepara iocs. 
One applioatlon, natural brown: two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equal* this Oil for the Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI, K street, near 
Third, Sacramento: HUG A SCHMIDT, 535 Com- 
mercial St., San Francisco; GATES A RHODES, 
San Jose. Ask your druggist for it. raji tf 



JAPANESE RAZAAR, 

M* AfontKoinery street, corner i^,, 

ROBERT MAYERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A N«v<*!.ty — Juimneae, Napkins, 

and Chinese Back Scratehera* 

AMERICAN WATCHES, CALA. DIAMONDS 

jaW Etc. Etc. 3m 



F. MANSELL & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTERS, 

«1» PISE ITEMT. BIslS 



Or. Zeile's New Hussian, Turkish 

— AJTO — 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladles and Gentlemen, 

No. •■» FoclOc lira* 

THE BEST AND HOST OOMMODIO all. 
tabliahmeot of the kind, either in Europe d 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain of 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in the aamf 
building for private patients. 1n'« 1st 

NAPAJODA. 

THE NATURAL WATER ui TAJalRN 
FROM THE 8PRIN68 AT NAPA. 

THB WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
used for the past thirteen years, with the moet 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuable 
properties, as will be seen by the following 

Analysis of the Napa Soda Uprl&ffs. 

By Dr. L. LAMeWBEBT, Practical Ohemiut. May, 

Temperature , Fah r 68 

Residium from Evaporutionin H-gallou, bth- ..1, 

Bioarbonate of Soda 3 38 

Carbonate of Magnesia...... 53 

Carbonate of Lime 2 72 

Chloride of Sodium 1 30 

Subcarbonate of Iron 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

SilioeouB Acid n 

Alumina " 1? . 

Loss... 62-17 ■ 

We, tho undersigned, physicians, practicing in 
the city of San Francisco, have examined the re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lanzweert, Prao- 
tioel Chemist, of tbe water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. Tbe water, aooording to this ex- 
amination, possesses Aperient Antacid and Tonic 
properties, which cannot fall to be very beneficial 
ib the treatment of CbrODlo Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: H. M. Gray, M. D.; Arthur B Stout, M. D.| 
J? P. Whitney. M D.? A. F. Sawyer, M, D. ; Ohaa. 
Bertody, M. D.; Wm. O. Ayres.M. D. 

g(aT" For sale at all saloons throughout the oitj 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly exs 

onted at the Napa Soda Agency, 1*4 SUTTER 

STREET. 

ju20tf T W. FBNN, Ageat 

Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 

For sale to the trade, at -IU5 and 407 Sanaome 
Street 

OLIFFHOUSEI 

ROARING OCEAN 1 SURGIHG BREAKERS 
FOAIWNBSURF! MONSTER SEA LIONS ! 

Elegant Breakfasts, Lunches, Din- 
ners and Snppers 

BRIXS TOrB -WIFE f 

BKENO TOCR FAHILT 

111CINO TOrB LADY rUIEMBt 

An enjoy a view of the flnest Oozay P±xotui/± 

In tha whole world, all In sight of the 

world-ret j wned 

ooui>s:nr oate; 

With a Seat of white-winged messengers enterln 
from every part of tha oommercUl world. 

•tar-New Line Bnssce, eosneeting with Stree 
Oars at Lent Mountain wrr 13 minutes h«reaite- 
f or tha Cliff Honie. Fare 2& eenU. 



«0AflO* 



<i*> . uMpt Bus-dar, »» 
T m E», BOGABDU8 

— 4".— 

US sUteasnt 8t. and 6*5 Wathinjion 8t 

Below Montgomery M-.k- 



MONDAY JULY 3, 1871 



TO HOTgL KEEPERS. 

•'near*," 1» ■nadir., every noralng to 
•11 the hotel* -n t» e P»clBe Cowt. Pr« 
• rielor. of new hotels who buvr uol jet 
received It will havr li forwarded free 
•f charge on •cotllnc ■■ their address. 



FlflARO ON THE 0*1*. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

riO AUO la ihoroouoir distributed ev- 
•rr dtj on the car* of the California Pa- 
el Ac Bullro=J, leavlac Marj-sTllle for 
VaJleJo uud San Francisco at 1 o'clock 



FIGARO ON THt OUUND BOATS. 

MO " Figaros" arc distributed on the 
Oakiaad Ferry boat* erery afternoon, 
mostly ansonr the psuengen arriving bj 
the gnst Overland Train. 



FI0AR0 ON THEJfALLUQ BOAT. 

■MM* "Flgsro*" arc distributed every 
day unions the passengers oa the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
v jii. ]" to this city. 



■■Figaro" Is circulated every tiey at 
the Nkutlng Blnk. 



Tall Walking. 

"SftUDella," the reliable correspondent 
of the "Morning Cull," makos the following 
statement: 

Weston completed on Friday night last 
hiafvt of walking four hundred miles in 
five consecutive days. On the Tuesday 
morning previous he had finished hie other 
taak of walking one hundred and twelve 
miles in six hours. 

We don't believe Weston can walk over 
eighteen miles an hoar and keep it np very 
long. 

The Pontifical Procession. 

Thi demoastration yesterday, to celebrate 
tha twenty-fifth anniversary of the accession 
of Pope Pius IX, was an immense one. The 
procession was about two hours and a half 
in passing a given point, and was one of the 
largest ever seen in Ban Francisco. It ia 
estimated that it contained about 12,000 
people. 

Banff Oat Tour Banners! 

There will of course be a rush this year to 
John C. Bell's emporium, opposite the 
Grand Hotel, to purchase flags. By baying 
of him, you can cover your house with flags' 
tod your patriotism won't ruin yon. For 
flagstaff!! targe or email, go to A. B. Nichols, 
oarpenter and builder, Cedar street between 
Front and Davis, and Washington and Clay. 



Bf ntitrnant. 

Adam Auluach has sold out bis interest 
in the Corinne Reporter, and the devil of 
that office writes to say that be is glad of it, 
for the former proprietor was "a dam 'aul 
back and wouldn't let the paper got ahead." 



The Apprentice's Dance. 

Our devil says that the first dance a boy 
in a printing office is put threagb, is a quad- 
drDi(e). 

— Si 

A man died at St. Louis recently, and in 
his will, after Btating that he never forgot a 
favor, left SI, 0C0 to an individual who ten 
years before ran away with his wife. 



That Arkansas colored clergyman pro- 
nounces the story of his having been struck 
dead by lightning, and again struck while 
iubisooffin, very grave bat flashy reading. 

IIIbtIi T_*l vine nt J_<o-vr Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, Where working 
men aro supplied with dinners at a low cost 
per plate, bat It neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
stroet, San Francisco, within twenty paces of 
the Bulletin office, rervca better fare at lower 
cost every da; in the year. Wh at would the 
Boatoulsns think of a diuiior composed of tha 
'following : Big bowl of green turtle Boup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of Icecream, all for 25 cunts? A 
half bo-.tle of California wiao with it will cost 
ten cents more. These nru the regular hill of 
fare charges at the Caliroruia fcostaurant. In 
fare how is that for high ? In price, how 1e that 
for low * 



Edwin Adams. 

Bright, full of spirit, and soul- inspiring as 
an the impersonations of tblB talented yonng 
tragedian, many who witness them find that 
botwecn the acts it is very pleasant to have 
something as bright, inspiriting and genuine 
In the shape of a glass of delicious old rye. 
For this they go as a matter of course to the 
Figaro Saloon, whore iho red light Bhinea on 
the opposite side of the street. Hermann keeps 
«p the reputation of this saloon by keeping the 
beet of everything. * 

Wbat Cheer Launary 

Calls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
the city. 

*. . 

Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
■comfortable, but we are sore that beds at the 
Branch House, 121 Sansome street, are absolute- 
ly perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried ' n. Spring beds, elastic .mattresses, 
blanks .uade of the finest California wool, 
and sheets of spotless whiteness all combine to 
Insure a good night's rest. • 



Minstrels Twenty Tears A|fo. 

The New York Clipper publishes a pro- 
gramme used by Ordway's Julian Vocalists, 
a*. Hartford, Conn., on June 25 h, 1851. 
Tiio wording In many instances sounds odd, 
and after having read and reread the worn 
oat announcements displayed on the min- 
strel programmeof the present day. In one 
portion of the programme, the manager 
respectfully requests " that there be no 
beating time with the feet, as it is unpleas- 
ant to the audience, and interrupts the per- 
formsncei." It would not be a bad idea 
for all minstrel troupes to care their audi- 
ences of this horrid practice. The minstrel 
entertainment proper was divided into Jour 
parts, each separate and distinct from the 
other, viz: In the first part the performers 
appeared as citizens, that js in wbite ; in the 
second part, they appeared as Northern dar- 
kies, and sang Buch soDgs as "Nelly Blj," 
"Jolly Old Grow," "Campton Bacee," and 
"Dinah's Wedding Day," the third part was 
devoted to gems from the opera, in which 
"Maeaniello," "Lucia di Lammermoor," 
and "Bohemian Girl," etc., were represent- 
ed ; in the fourth part they appeared as 
Bouthern darkies introducing a bono, and 
aocordeon solos, a banjo duet, end ogden 
polka, in costume. Thu programme con- 
sisted of fourteen selections of vocal music, 
four of instrumental, and two dances, and 
all for the moderate admission fee of twenty- 
five cents. 

It would be well if some of our shining 
lights of the burnt cork profession would 
read and proiit by this little relic. The 
public are becoming disgusted with pciot- 
leds Ethiopian farces, and stereotyped wit, 
now on the minstrel stage, ihey want some- 
thing new, something fresh, and the artist 
that first throws off the oppressive yoke aid 
enters boldly into a new field of minstrelsy 
will receive the congratulatory applause of a 
nation. 

Who will be firBt ? 



Well T £sta.t>llan.ea. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, is never allowed to fall Into 
disuse; every year the sale of Casein's XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters Increases, and thousands 
can bear u eitinonv to their merit. * 



How Advertising Compels Attention. 

A writer in All the Year Bound sa}s: 
The truth is, in this world sheer labor and 
industry always make themselves felt. This 
ia a theory that would be dear to-Mr. Car- 
i vie as representing something realmnd gen- 
uine. Work, he would say, is never thrown 
away. Men who spend sums of money, and 
eums of trouble and toil, together with 
muoh ingenious polychromatic device, in 
flourish. ng their names and wares, are pretty 
certain to find such bread as they have cast 
upon the waters returning to them. The 
wise who travel in the underground railways 
anl see "Kitto's Starch" staring at them 
fr. in over the headB of their vis-a-vis in the 
carriages, or the Grasshopper Sewing ma- 
chine salute those titles with a "pish! 'or a 
"pshaw!" But later, as their eye wanders 
over the newspaper or dead wall, or omni- 
bus k&ife-board, or fly-leaf of magazine, and 
sees everywhere, as a murderer does blood, 
"Kitto's Starch," "Grasshopper Sewing Ma- 
chine," a kind of dull, insensible impression 
is produced. By-and-bye, when either of 
these important necessaries are in demand 
in the reader's family, and when there is an 
impression of doubt or ignorance, the poor 
aid-de-camp of concept, or conscioaB super- 
iorly, steps in and aids the advertiser. 
(Vhereall are groping in the dark, it is hard 
to resist the conscious sense of superiority. 
"Starch ! Why, there is a fellow called Kit- 
to, who seems to be in great demand; at 
least his name is everywhere. Sewing ma- 
chine ! Get the Grasshopper — only foor 
guineas." It will thus be seen that the ad- 
vertiser owes a good deal to the pardonable 
little infirmities of our nature. 



.Fourth of July. 

The Committee on Regalia for the Fourth of 
July, after examining six sets of regalia, made 
by different business Anns, awarded the con- 
tract to the undersigned, as offering the best 
material at the lowebt prices. Marshals of 
Divisions and Aids can be supplied by C. 
Desmond, No. 5 New Montgomery street, Grand 
Hotel • 



Wliat Cheer Laundry 
Is tha best laundry in San Francisco 



Jnlien Perrault, M. I>., 

Physician aw Subgeok, Member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault 'a stud- 
ies and practice have for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acuta or chronic, whi;li afflictions he contin- 
ues to treat successfully by the newest scien. 
tihe methods. Office 602 Montgomery- street, 
North-Easj corner of Sacramento st., San Frau- 
ci*co, Rooms 1 .), 10 aud 11. Connultaiions in 
English, French, German and Spanish. • 



II' You. Want 

Your Blankets aud Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, sand them to the What Cheer Lann 



Car and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the 0. P. B. R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fioabo 
amODg the passengerB thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers aud magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. • 



What Is Glucoleln? 
A preparation of Ood Liver Oil, without any 

disagree- 1 la taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. ' Prepared and 
eold by James G. Steels & Co., No. 621 
Montgomery street. • 



Beading; Mutter for All. 

Loomls, at his stationery store at the 8. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Poet Office itself. 
All the New York papers 'and English maga- 
ainee are there. 

Jotan O. Hujden 

Has removed Mb old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacious store, 218 
BuBh street, in the Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. • 



Important to IStrangers. 

Abraham's, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par aeelUnet'to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $25; beaver suits 
to order, $10 : pants to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every render must 
see that he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing hia clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. ;Abbahamb, 33 and 35 Second 
street, • 



Tl>e Howe 8ewlns;Maelilne 

Aud Butteriak's Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below tha old location. * 



Good Motto. 

Buy for eash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
no bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Shajikh k Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place In 
town to buy furDlturo and bedding. * 

■ ♦ 
Oyster's end Chowder. 

Try Joe Giustl's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 106 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladies' saloon at 
Uched. Open day and night. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



OAKLAND TROTTING PAKE 



RACES I 



RACES! 



GRAND INAUGURAL MEETING! 

pive Saya' Trottins 

July 4tb, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th 

FIBST »AT....TlIES»iT, Jl'lT 4U> 

Great 3-Year-0ld Colt Stake. 

Purse and Stake, SJI.500 

Mile and Bepeat, In Harness. 

W. Woodward aameB HONEST JOHN, bj Eugene 

Uasserly. 
J. Sessions names GREY EDDY, by Eugene Oas- 

****' SAUK DAY. 

Parse, 8SOO— Free for all hortfiB that have 
never beaten three minutes— $150 to first, $50 to 
second. 

D. Barry names pr g Book 

H. W. Seale names bg Captain Jencks 

Colonel Dickey names b m Fanny 

SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY Jaly 5 
Match Trot for S«00— Mile Heats, three in 
five, m harness. 

S. Harris oames b g Glycerine 

D. Berry names ro g Berkley Boy 

THIRD DAY.. TOl'KSDAY JULY 6 
Purse, 8tS*)0— Free for all Doable Teams— $150 
to first, $50 to second. 

O. S. Crittenden names Alex Ben ham and Moae 

Colonel t iokey names .gr m Kate and bl g Science 
U. D. Lask names ....oh m Katy Trick band «rg Joe 

FOURTH DAY. . FRIDAY, JUI/Y 7 

Parse, 88 O— Free for all horses that have 
never beaten 2:45— $150 to first, $50 to second. 

J. M. Diokerson names be Danger 

H. W. Seale names bl ra Black Swan 

Colonel Dickey names b m Fanny 

SAME DAY. 

Parse and Stake, S1GO. 

P. Farrell names b g Let me be 

C. D. Lask names e m Rose 

W. Bordett names b g Rnil.-pliti er 

Boston Co oners names b g Joe Warren 

Colonel Diokey names b g Hector 

FIFTH DAY. ...SATURDAY, JULY S 

Parse, $J£O0— I ree for all horssa -that bave 
never beaten 1 Al~ $1S0 to first, $50 to second. 

P. Farrell names s m Coquette, formerly Kate 

J. M. t#ickereon names bg Daoger 

' olooel D.ckey names gr m Kate 

0. D. Lusk names gr g Joe 

c^- All the abore Raoes Mile Heats, three in five ; 
all in Harness, wiib the exception of that for 
Double Teams. Three to enter, and two to start 
A horse distancing the field shall only be entitled 
to first money. Races to be governed by ihe Rnles 
of theNa'ionai Association. 

»*- Fools will be sold at Porter's Saloon, Mer- 
chants' Exchange, every night during the week 
commencing Monday evening, July 2d, by Chase, 
Bowie? & Diokey. 



09* The Busses will run from the City and from 
the Point to the Track. 

E. WEIRD, Proprietor. 
COL. G. W. DICKEY, Superintendent. jy3 td 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. 




FOURTH OF JULY.CELEBRATION 

PXCURSIDN TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED 
XA on TUESDA.Y NEXT. 4th iost, from all Sta- 
tions on the Road, good for return until afternoon 
of the5thinit. 

09-Traius will run on week-dsy time, 

A O. 3ASSETT, Abb'I Sup't 

J. E. Willctttt. Gen. Pass. Agent. j>3 2t 



For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Thoss living in the oily know it already. 

HP hec heap « stpl ace Z boy yotirs 
hlr tsnn dr urn Is hln ga; oo 
dsl satt he ane rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. 8 Second "trect. 
u6 In BKNRDIOT A CO. 



Por Sale or Kent. 




A LARGE ASSORT- 
meat of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from the beet 
American end European 
ma ■ u factories, for sale or to 
rent on the moat favorable 



SO O'Farrell street, near Market. 



Candy ! Candy 1 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
turer. No. 518 Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California; and 1S7 Second street, 
bet. Minna and Natoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Oartace free to all parts of the city 
whaxfag eiceptai mjia tf 





THE 



GLORIOUS FOURTH! 



HEADQUARTERS GRAND MARSHAL, 
Merchant*' Exohange Bailding, Room No. 
25, San Francisco, June 26, 1871. 

SPECIAL NOTICES. 

I.— All Societies, Civic and Military, having been 
cordially invited to participate in the doe observ- 
ance of our National Annivereary, it ifl requested 
that those intending to parade who have not al- 
ready forwarded letters of acceptance, will do so 
without delay. 

II.— Carrying out tbe excellent provision ican- 
gurated by my distinguished predecessor, and 
which meets with universal approval, it is ordered 
that no individual advertising of oraft or calling 
will be tolerated in the Procession. Organized 
bodies are held responsible to the public for any 
deviation from good taste displayed in their deco- 
tions and appointments. 

HI.— Marshals and Chief Aids of Divisions, and 
Aids to tbe Grand Marshal, are notified that their 
uniform will be black or dark blue suits, and tbat 
the contract f ar Regalia, as adopted by the Board 
convened for that parnose, was awarded to O. 
DESMOND, under the Grand Hotel. 

I V.— District Collectors of the Finance Commit- 
tee are reminded tbat their continual efforts are 
all- important, and that they are called by their 
Chairman to meet at thia office, to report pro- 
gress, on WEDNESDAY, Jane 28th , at 12, M. 

V.— The route of the Procession will be as fol- 
lows: From Second street, corner of Folsom, to 
Montgomery, to Jacksoo, to Kearny, to Market, to 
Valencia, where acountermarob will be effected to 
Kearny, Geary to Stockton, and to the Pavilion, 
where the several Divisions will be reviewed en 
passaiLt and dismissed. 

The Literary and Musical exercises of the day 
wlil take place within the Pavilion. 

Citizens living on the line of march need no re- 
minder to display their bunting and beautify their 
dwellings and B-lreets with all the decorative de- 
vices their patriotism and means will admit of. 

ju23 JOHN S. KL.L.I8, Grand Marshal. 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY OUKED BY 

The Arabian Treatment 

THE MOST SEVERE OASES 

RELIEVED J 3 DAYS! 

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EEHEDIg! 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSK 

No. 829 Pacific street. 

■9- The Doctor's advertisements will appear i • 

F u; abo exclusively. juzStf 'j 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Congress Ball, 380 Bash street. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny streets. 

OHAS. M. VALLEE PROPRIETOR 

OBAND OPBMXG NIGHT. 
Thursday June «Oth 

THE HALL HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY AND 
elaborately embellished, the floor properly 
prepared, and every arrangement made for tbe 
amaeement and enteitaiument of patrons. A 
number of ante-rooms bave been added to the 
hall lor the accommodation of Ladies and Gentle- 
men, and all the modern appliances of Eastern 
Skating Minks bave been included in them. Pat- 
rons are assu;el that they will be perfectly free 
from association with improper characters, as 
every precaution has neon taken to make the Sun 
Francisco Skating Rink Belect in every particular. 
03rMr. Jobn bvatt, the wll-koown and efficient 
officer (late officer at tbe Pavilion Rink), will be 
in constant attendance. The patrons of this Rink 
will not be restricted in the use of Skates, bat can 
use any kind they like. 

ASSEMBLIES 
From 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 p.m., 1% to 10 P.M., 
daily (Sundays excepted.) 

A. SELECT CLUB 
Will be immediately fosmed, and those desiring to 
Join will make application at tbe Box Office be- 
tween the hoars of '£ and 5 P. M. 
Admission. 

Day time 25! cents I Evening 50 oents 

Use of Skates 25 centa 

•9- Parties desiring to introduce newly-invented 
Skates are privileged to n&e them at this Hull any 
morning from 9 till 10 o'clock. ju2T tf 

SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF S ACKAMENTO, 

Will take place at the 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 
ON WEDNESBAX JULY 18th 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for the day of the Concert by the various 
routes will be issued to those holding tickets. 

Exonrsion Tickets may be ob'aioed at all the 
prominent Bonk and Music Store* iu this oily, or at 
CADWALLADER, DAVIS Jc CO'B, 

44 Fourth street, Saoramento. 
S9~ Excursion Tickets only good for the lSih 
to UOth of July, iuolusive. ju23 td 

Carpets. Furniture! 





CALIFORNIARESTAURM) 

NOS. «10, «IB AND t«14MOST 
gomery street, near Merohant- 
— lies' Saloon connected with tht Bm 
kaarant. 

Sill of fare. 

Ice Cream FKFE tn any persoi 
Spending S5 Cents. ~ 

Seup, with Fish or Rroaste lAo l 

Soup, with two Eggs l&o 

Two EirifM lOe 

Two Furailone fffKs lOe 

SmeKfi or Salmon, with Coffee lfio 

Mutton Chops. Tea or Coffee l&o 

Beef-teak, do ....I6e 

Sirloin Steak, do 20o 

fresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed 15o 

Cla-ti Fritters l5o 

Bottle of White Wine Mk) 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer ]6o 

Piea, Pudding or Cake 5c 

Oat Meal. Mnsh or Uracked Wheat.... 5c 
Oofft-e, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wine .-,.,.... 6o 

del.tf JOHN BEGAN. Proprietor? 



¥ 



3,000 Men Wantedl 

—AT THE— 

CITY RESTAURANT/ 

North side Olay street, below Montgomery, 

To Eat Ham and Eggs at the following 

LOW PRICES : 

Three ERgs 

Ham and 2 Bggn 

Oysters— every style 
Beefsteak 



. 15c 



Mutton Ohop lf)o 

Pork Ohop 10c 

Outlets ltlo 

Pork and Beans lOo 

Smelts 10c 

Salmon 10c 

Beef s la Mode 10c 



Bo>-8t Turkey ft . J 

Chicken Pot-pie m 

Fricaesed Chicken. ., St 

Breast of Lamb ft 

Fried Liver s> 

Tripe— all styles tti I 

Soup — all kinds li , 

Tea or Coffee. h I 

Milk or Keer Si 

Claret Wine |jif 

PieB, Puddings, etc.. It 



Try the City Restaurant/ 

539 and G40 Clay street, 

North side jost below Montgomfcrji 

jnUtf ». CAMPBELL, Proprietor. -,. 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. XT Second street. 

THEY HAVE REDOOED THEIH 
prices, and you c-n live like a prices 
there for a small sum. Among thtt 
reductions are : 

Cup of Coffee or Tea. with Cake or pie 10 osnto 

Ham and 'three Eggs 20 casts 

Oysters, all styles 20 csDts 

Roast Teal, Mutton or Beef 10 oenU 

Soup, all kinds 10 cent* • 

Grand Family Beatanrnnt, SO Secosjs 
street, near Harkrt. julStf ; 



HOPES! 

Change of" Frog^ammOj 

....AT THE..,. 

Esperance Restaurant, Ub^ 

617 Commercial street* ^ ™ 

Board per Week. $ 5 Ml 

Board per Month SO 001 i 

DlAr with Win e Ml 

Si We Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

GUSTATJ-: SCUNl.rnJSK, 
mi^K tf 647 Commercial st., below Kearnj, 



RE-OPENING OS 1 

Delmonico Restaurant! 

^ ^->. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL R£- 
(v*\ ( J op en tbe above Restaurant with all 
^«W~ftlgfl_* the delicacies of tbe season, on SAT- 

^3/^W URDAY, June 11th, and respectfully 
~ solicit the patronBge of the nublio. i 

ju91m LAKE BKOTHf.BS. j 



ALL NATIONS AND SIZES, MADE TO 

order at the Carpet and Furniture Emporium 
of JOHN O. BELL, nearly opposite the Grand 
Hotel, on Market street, between Montgomery and 
Sansome. je30 1 week 



Flagstaffs, Large and Small! 

A. R. NICHOLS, 

C CARPENTER AND BDIL-, 
J DER, 

CEDAR 8TKEET,] 

Between Front and Divis and 
Washington and Clay, gan Francisco. 

Ladders, Steps, Hagataffs, Ornamental Tree and 
Garden Sink* u mt.le to order, on reasonable terms. 

N. B-— All kinds of Jobbing promptly atterded 
to. jyl lw 



RHEUMATISM. 

7VTRS. W. S. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
iTA W. MAC, the only Conqueror on the Glebe 
of Rheumatism in all its variouB forms— Acnte, 
Chronic or Inflammatory; Nearalgia, Weak Loins 
Lumbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sip- 
ews. Hip Joint Diseases, etc.. No. 161 Tehama 
street, fourth door from Tnird. j o28 lm 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

It is not in the least acted upon by steel pens, 



TO LET.. 
NEW PETALTJMA THEATRE 

Addtess PHILLIP COWIJ, 

Petal tun.. 
Or spplj to .1. H . McCA BE. 

0423 0m ThMtrioal Agent. SuFreneieoo. 



THEATRE ROTISSERIE, 
8X5 Anpont at., one door eonth of Baal. 

jfc y~- E. MAROHAND LATE OF TH1 

jPl jCflav'-'Rotisserie Restaurant" of the TJniee 
TSPat^ 01 nb. Proprietor. —The Tablet pro,!. 
ded with all the D&licacies of the Beaton. 
»-078TER8 Il» EVERY 8TILB )cn»»i 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 



Sfjv- Terrapin constantly on hand. Oy»tera In 
very style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMB ™* r 
PARTIES. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE.: 

VIllCrlNIA CITY. NEVADA 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN HsV 
deoorated. and is now open for the Summer 
Season. STABS and TRAVELING COMPANIES I, 

uMrmliy treated on application by letter to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Proprietor and T 



person t* J. H. HcCABK, 

630 Wsjjhlnjrton street, San Francis©* 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE* 

SACBAMENTO. 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WIXL COMMENCE I 
his second Dramatic Season early in Septem- 
ber, until which time tbe Tbeatre can tie rented 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and for The- 
atrical Entertaism^nts of a flrst-claee order, by 
application to THOS. BAKER, Esq., at Hastings 
k L'o'b Banking House, corner of Second and J 
streets, Sacramento. jnl6 tf 

The Arlington House, 

1 OT KEARNY STREET, BETWEEN POST * 
J.& t and Sutter, will be nnoned on the 1st of 
July ss a first-class LODGING HOUSE. The • 
rooms are large, handsomely furnished, and will 
be rented low. Parties desiring to do so oan make 1 
arrangements to have coffee with light breakfasts 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single Rooms 
from f 10 to SLS per month. Transient custom so- 1 
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Of IMPORTATtOS. 

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l.tii VI. BANJO SOLO— By the MONARCH K. M. HALL 

Tlio Blonde tlA«.t Never TJlo« Fo*tollo 

Billy Emerson as the Artful Dodger. 

M883B9. PUBDT, HALL AND 8001T. 

OVERTURE -Selections EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

The entire Evening'* Entertainment to conclude with tbe imaiioc Sketch of 

A .S€>TTI3F«.3E3 3F*C>3Ff_ 



llMil Hll «l Mf 

New Petite Moral Dramal 

Tlir DMrKABD 

HARRIS! HARRIS!! HARRIS!!!. 

THeir**' P»rl.»i'Stniripi(r<' I call*!, 

'it>m the Awaltalun | n.«<rM 



The ropoler Ethiopian 'Vmiilun 
VtBMMt • **■ Ethiopian bk«ieh entitled 

WHO'LL BE THE NEXT GOVERNOR? 



Govern*" ll»i« 

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H*i-' Hrtana Rob 

<;»n-r»i Osrfca r«- 
hald era end Miner* .... 



ObAllM VlBCMl 

I \rnald 
.1 Oottoa 

I'UpMf 



Krsetn* Hornblower 

Squire Simpson,. 
Farmer Brown... 
farmer Smith — 



, B. H. Hall j Moris. LavMlm. 

F. Robin* on | Madam 

..If. Alniley Scott I Bootbltck 

LouU Braba.ni [ Newsboy 



Gustavo Bldanx 

Foa telle 

Wm. Daly 

J. Williams 



*z~ *r %r LiooU Out fox* tlio Grand Z3-u.ol3.esai. "tn "«■ "Vn 

The Pisno used Is from the faonse of Eohler, Cbsse h Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Ohlckcrlng Piano. 



THK DRINK ARO AND TBJt 

Japonica Saloon Scene 

from "Tba Lott*ry of I lf«" iatrodDCins naw and 
Orlgfoal Soot**, and 

THE ORIGINAL CAN-CAN MABILLE! 

Led bj Hiaaea Amelia Dean and I,a Petite Eetelle. 
HARRY ORANr.-anii>T"teratt drunkard. .CHAR. VIlfORlfT 

JacobtJoodall.-aplouB parent Tboj. Arnold 

Hoodlom .Jitnmj.-abrafe Fireman J. OotUs 

nocalail J«t>te .tlsraSUiT 

Nrd Ma*bane.— a barkeeper , Tommj Arnold 

Prank Kerne.-a eons and di 
nonfanU-Hriempre cancannt... 

ManirallL-Qaeee of the Ballet 

Harry BloodKOod-Banjn Pl»jer.. 

Alfred Haalon-Sfar (.tntDMt 

(!»,.. W.lilam»-f:omlc Vocalist O Harris 

Dloa Sande-in bis ureal Clog Da no* . Fred Cooper 

Mol le Trumel— the wiofcedeat womtn in "h risco ..Una homera 

Tommr lloodril-a was«ard bor Hi 8,, «* L# * 

The Aflpctionate Mothor .Mlse Herron 

UnleOrnot a. ■■ ^........Miae Leonard 

Bummer*. anoo?er», card-»barp», Hoodluma. eto. 



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prlTRte Box** 

■9-Pmate entrance to Boxes on Sutter street. 



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La Doxtor Liyford, 
IMI1LMKB. 

|p*. 7 Kcarar *trrp>«. Sonai 8 and 4. 
•die* emSal-ved ssjd aeep si el for shipment t« 
■arts *f the vorld. Orders from the interior 
\ leearrsoo atteod-1 is la person. feS-lm 



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GEO. O. WHITNEY & CJ., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PI1VESTRET 

FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 



THE I.AMOKMT AND 



BIUT STOCK OF ulmllN IBI THE STATE. AT PKICES DEFV1N& COMPETITION 
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GO TO BAILEY S WINTERS, 
G18 TnToshliicton St. 

II v.iw want tlie 

FINEST PHOTOORAFB8. 

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MERCHANT TAILOR, 

3B7 Oommerolal stroot, 

twrnrrrn.i.T ccroRMa niB rp.iPNna and all 
la vuit of DMlrtblp Clothing for lb, .pprokchlcg 
moolb, th*t tb.t b« bM' now Id fall Store all tbe 



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NEW STYLES OF 

latings, Pantaloons and Westings, 

THE (EIT AND LATEST SHIES FOR SUMMER. 

work CHEAP FOR CASH, and thoRe who boy on this 
principle can SAVE MONEY. 

rl. ffHORT RMurc. all who mar favor him with their 
era that ho will give them entire satisfaction, and 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

) has now REDUCED HIS PRICES lo sntt the timot. 

1 5IHESS SUITS FROffl ENGLISH TWEED, $25 00 

E BE'VER SUITS ...FROM $40.00 UP 

MTS TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE S6 00 



v* us s, Oall and tool, rat our Goods 
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terolal Street. 



FIOIIIB SHOE HaNVMOTOET. 



KLlOAIITOnSTOM WORK IN THE CITY. I 
-•JSM.ASlprTom HEKR8. BLALEA MATNARD 
t skMi, ess 4sst mmb of Boah. 



A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

THE GREAT COMPLAINT OP EASTERN VISITOS8 
to Son Frsnclaro is that there Is no "comfort." Food 
Is cheap enough ; Clothing has come down iu price; but 
Lodgings— that If, comfortable Lodgings— are scarce and 
let for a high tent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a deslderatam In San Francisco, 
bnt a man Is now In the field who supplies this want and 
Iostcs nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Cobo House, on the 
corner of Commercial and SanBome streets, and be has now 
made the Branch House, 424 Sansomo street, no loss famous 
for tho excellence of its accommodations, Here are one 
hundred and Blxty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There Is a Reading room with flies of city and State p&perB, 
and chess and checker- boards for the amuaement of guests. 
Tho Branch House Is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two bouses, 

The Coso and the Branch, 

Widely known. Mr. Ewell has bit npon the plan of choos- 
ing by chance ono of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other induce- 
ments offered, caused these houses to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewki.i. finds is an Infringe- 
ment on tbe law agalnBt distributing gifts by abance, and 
beings law-abiding min he has determined to discontinue 
it. Having, however, eet apart $100 for the month of June 
from bis receipts as a gift to some one, he doeB not mean to 
reclaim it, but will give that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Fraoolsco and have the receipt for 
the same, duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Foriune) will be 
given to tho Ladies' Protection and Belief Society of S«n 
Franolsco-a society which will certainly make good use of 
It. Thus every ono who patronizes tbe Branch or Ooso 
House oan, while be is resting snugly tucked up In bis com- 
fortable bed, enjoy tbe pleating reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, be has alio in some measure 
assisted In providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

BRANGHnaOUSE 

, 424 SAnstome atreet, 

. BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND CLAT. 

OOSO HOUSE, 

411 aansome street, 

SOUTHWEST CORSES OF COMMERCIAL STBBET. 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. a«T KEARNT BTBCET, 

A mniMNr. tut. Weed Sewixj Maorihe Store 



CIENTLEMEN'S SniRTR MADE TO ORDER 
■ and His guaranteed. No Gentleman looke 

WSll »iih an ill.fll.tini: «hir*, 

TRY OUR NKW STVLK SHIRTS, opening at 
the baok and avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation for making 

PERFECT-FITTING SHIRTS 



All our Sbirts boar this Trade Mark, and none 
are genuine without, it. We import our own goode, 
mntiut.ioture oar own goods, and sell none but oar 
own goods. 

Tbe low latei at which we execute orders have 
secured the p't.ronaxe of all classes. 

N.B.— KtiirlB fitted with new Bosoms and Caffs, 



s. de=»o:e»i»eh, 

UST KEARNT STKKKT, 

Adjoiolnc the "Weed" Sewien Machine Agenor. 
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TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-OPENING OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROUTE. 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH ■ -tTT**! .. 
Steamer CHIN L»U WAN, h av- JBisS3£55Lm 
leg elegant accommodation*, baa been placed per- 
manently on the Greek Route between San Fran- 
oinoo, Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, June 21th. leaving Broadway Whnrf, Oak- 
land, and Pauifio-streee Whnrf, SVu Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 

San Franolioe. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 0U A.. M. 7 00 A. M. 6 K. M. 

11 00 a. M. 10 vO a m. 

1 till p. ic. I IX 00 m. 

A 20 P. M. 2 OH P. M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Care, which 
convey paa>ongers to tbe Univereity Grounds. 

The raveling publio can rely on the CHIN DTJ 

WAN crossing without interruption at the lowest 

stages of tide. Fare Ten Cents. Freight at lowest 

rat** Good aocommodatione for tennis 

ju231m J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 



Metropolitan Theatre. Wanted' 

A FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY AND A 
CORPS DtC BALLET. Apply at the Box OlBee 
from ID to 12 a. m . and 2 to 4 P. K. 
j.Mtf J. H, VINSON, 




SQUARZ A'S P UNCHES. 

PtlVCHIS. for OenCteimcn.— Egg Hogg (a new Pttnoh) 
Morning Comfort, Ladies* Pleaanre, A nu-Crya peptic. Lfdj— 
Tears, Anti- Divorce. Welcome, Oognae, Arraok, Gin, Whlakay 

Soooa, Coffee, Tea. Fine Apple, Strawberry. Pisoo. Appetiser 
oka** Nectar. Aurora, Farewell. Jaaaaica Ram. Klreonwoaaer 
OOBDIiU, for Isadlea. — a,adiea' Favorite, Ladle* 
Pleaanre, Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Blackberry, Mint, Aaiia 
Boae. Kimmel . Cocoa, Poaoae Cafe. Pine Apple. Klrooh. 
BCTTBaM.-Bjirt.raio, OnoleraAaaldote. AttcurtBH 



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I». BOOAKDUS 



432 Merchant rt, tad 535 WMbinpton ft. 

Below lao.tgomerr Block. 



MONDAY JULY 3. 1871 



Fioabo will be much obliged if theatrical 
managers Is all parte of tbe United Btates, par- 
ticularly In California, will Bend to tble office 
programme* of tboir performances. Brief let- 
ten from members of the theatrical profession 
will also be acceptable. Fiqabo will be nailed 
Ire* Of charge to all desiring It. 



Poarih July Excursion. 

Tbe train* of tbe Southern Pacific Railroad will 
carry passengers to San Jose, or war stations, at 
er. anion rate* to-morrow. This will offer an ex- 
cellent opportunity lo escape from tbe noise mJ 
doit of tot- city and u> enjoy a few qniet bonrs in 
some of tbe beaatiiul ooontry towns tbat »kirt 
tbe road. The trains will leave at 8:20 a. n. and 
iilDv. u B*tnrninji tram will leave San Jose at 
3:'JI r. M . arriving in Sao F ancisco at*:M P. a). 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc. 

California Theatre. 

To-nlgtat Min Alios Dawoiag, (Llagard) Hiaa 
Dicky Llorard, W. H. Lingard and Ben Dunning 
will make tbair first apr-aarance. Tbe perform- 
ance will c-mmenco with W. H. Llngard'a eome- 
disttaeotitled ' Who's to Have Him?" in which 
Hiaa Alice Donning will appear as Lav.aia with 
song, andMiaaDicky Llogard will make her first 
appearance and play Pbcebe. John T. Raymond, 
Mrs. Jadab, Mice Minnie Walton and Others will 
appear in tbe piece. After this W. II. Lingard 
will present a aew series of original skeiebee, soma 
of tbe otd favorites and bis wonderful pictures of 
well-known cbsracters. This rich entertainment, 
will conclnde with tbe two-act comedy o' 'Nov. I 
Engagements," in wbiob W. H. Lingaid and Miss 
Alice Dunning, will appear, supported by Mrs. 
Jndab. James Garden. J. T. Raymond and W. A. 
Meitiyer. formirg about as good a comedy com- 
pany as conld be wished for. 

Allinmbra Theatre. 

A oswb'U will be performed to-nigbt. Theirs) 
part will cooclode witn tbe borletqne comic first 
part, arranged by M. Ai&slsy Scott entitled "Scenes 
at tbe Forge," Id wbich Master Eugenia will make 
his first appearance and till the role of Leonara. 
In the second part Vivien will preeenl bis won- 
derfully cleTer aerio-comio sketches; E M. Hall 
will perform new banjo tolos; Billy Emerson will 
appear aa tbe Artful Dod.er; tbe < ct of "Tbe 
Wrong Mar," will be presented by Purdy, H.U, 
and tbe performance will conclnde with tbe sketch 
of "A Squire fova Day." 



"A Lire Paper." 

Wo understand that the Chronicle intends 
to publish to-morrow, a list of the names of 
Iho-e who took part in the procoMion yes- 
terday. _ 

A mort excellent old lady up-town ia much 
excited in mind to know haw it ia that a lit- 
tle quicknilTci in a glass tube can make 
suoh awful hot weather by just riling it aa 
inch or two. . 

A Bchool district in Massachusetts has a 
committee of three, consisting of man, wife 
and daughter. Strange to say, the daugh- 
ter got the appointment of teacher against 
all competitors. » 

A mulatto woman called Madame Angelo 
has just walkod 1000 miles in England, in as 
many hours, being the third person known 
who has accomplished this feat. 



Bella Union Theatre. 

Tbe Reynolds Brothers received a hearty wel- 
come on making their appearance at tbir house on 
Siturday nikbt and were encored again and again. 
To-night Miss Ella Weener will make ber first 
appearance in her great lightning changes and 
sing "Champagne Charley," Racketiy Jack," aod 
"Pav ng tbe Way." Tbe notices of the performan- 
ces of tbis arti*te which w have seen in our Eas- 
tern exchanges are unanimous in pronouncing 
particularly original and pleasing acd there is no 
doubt that she will be equally appreciated here, 
Tbe present is tbe last week of the engagement 
of Aline Le Favre, who will appear nightly in 

"Scenes in Paris " 

Oxford Theatre. 

Among the latest engagements at tbis house are 
Thomas Rosa, the wondeiful gymnast. Cogill A 
Cooper, the clog dancers, end Harris, the stump 
orator. Tbe list ot names on our first page is Bnf- 
flcient assurance of tbe pleasing nature of the in- 
ertainmeDt. An extraordinary bill will be per- 
formed to-night, introducing new Ethiopian acts 
songs and dances. Among tbe features of the 
Fourth and to-night, will be grand patriotic tab- 
leaux by the members of the company. 



Theatre Comlqoe. 

A new artiste bss been engaged for this estab_ 
lisbment in tbe shape of a young seal, wbo will be 
trained for tbe minstrel profession by Johnny De- 
Angelia. He is already very clever with tbe bones 
— fi'h bones. lie will probably &Dpear to-night in 
addition to a host of other attractions, til of which 
are enumerated in the programme on our first 
page. A glorious Fourth of July bill will be pre- 
sented. 

Metropolitan Theatre. 

We shall be able to give the names of the com- 
pany engaged to support Joe Murphy in "Help* 
to-morrow Toe scene painters and carpenters 
are busy making preparation for the production 
of the piece in perfect etyle. 



Where are you Going, 

Mr. Guyser?" "I'm going to buy a pair of 

boots for my sweetheart to go to the Springs 
with." "Where at?" "Wnere? why, what a 
question. Why, where every body gets them; 
at F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Nos. 
*22 and 324 Bush street, opposite the Alhambra 
Theatre." • 

i'icnlcfi-Calistosra-Seaside, 

Tbe new Sumn-er styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "Tbe" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
stre t, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It is only at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone snows that 
"The" Hat Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. ^___^^_ * 

The Place. 

The Saddle Rock, 410 Fine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, 1b the place supplied with 
every luxury and cemfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oysters. 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Corvi lie's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day — Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
bis own oyster beds at San Bruno; the lirst 
oyster beds in tbe State. Try them. * 



Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage in tbe saloons In tbe East 
at present. It is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him Bee how redlculous his 
reflection loots in them- There is sure to be a 
langh, and then everybody will smile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Russ 
House hae five of them, tbe only ones on tbe 
coast, and the transmogrifications tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque. Ev- 
ery one should see them. * 



To the TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial, San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
no charge unless he effects a cure. * 



Sao Francisco Skating Rink. 

The new skating rink on Bnsh street, opposite 
the Albambrs, is voted "perfect" by theloverVof 
the gliding. Skating ia made ea?y for beginners 
by means of a supporting framework of light bars 
running on wheels. The pries of admission haa 
been reduced to tweoty.five cents. 



Anatomic il Museum. 

The Florentine Vena* is the admiration of all 
visitors, and is one of tbe finest works of art in 
San Francisco. 1 ne Dying Zouave is an exquisite 
piece of mechanism; tbe De Cbaililu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and thoaaands of ouriosities 
too numerous to mention, are on exhibition day 
and evening. 

Benefit to Max Zorer. 

An audience composed of some of our best citi- 
zens assembled la-t night at the California Theatre 
for the purpose of giving Max Zorer a helping 
band. Tbe programme was well carried out. 
GUI lie Genee kept the audience thoroughly 
amused by her sprightly acting in tbe first piece. 
In the interlude Seaora Lopez and pupils were 
loudly applauded; Prof Scbwaodner's perform- 
ance on tbe sweet toned Zither was enthuains-i- 
oallyeooored aod little Sallie De Aogelis fairly 
brought down the house by singing "Tbe Grecian 
Bend." and "Keyser Don't You Vint to Pay a 
Tog." Miss Josephine Wolff gained much apptauss 
for her dancs in the afterp see and Max Lube was 
very amusing. 

Races on the Fourih. 

The inaugural meeting of tbe Oakland Trotting 
Park will bs commenced on tbe Foortb, with a 
$200 purse for all borssa tbat have never made 
under 3 minutes. On the 5th a f 600 parse will r« 
trotted for, mile heats, three in five. A grand 
double team match will come off on Thursday. 
Busses will run from Oakland Point in connection 
with the oars. Tbe whole affair will be under the 
charge of the veteran Col. G. W. Diokey. which is 
tantamount to a success. 



Off For a Holiday. 

Oar California actors and actresses as we ob- 
served last week b>ve not toa much relaxation bat- 
the^ lo occ Bionnlly have a holiday. The Lin- 
gan- ; being almost a company in themselves re- 
quire only a few membersof the Ca'ifornia Then-' 
tro company to snoport toem. Mr. Harry Bd- 
wardsand wife, Mrs Raymond and Mrs. Landers 
1 eft yesterday for Yosemite Valley. J. E. 3uck_ 
ley and wife, E. Thayer and E. Leatbes, are also 
goiog io rusticate fora while. 



En Route. 

The folio wine members of Fake's French Opera 
Troupe. Lea illy, Felix Girebeuk, Marie Vandelet 
and Geo. Sangoey, are on t heir way here, and will | fbe'bullding'isV ToVylta^on^anVll^well 



What Cheer Laundry, 
321 Leldesdorff street, near Sacramento. 



Everhody .Buys Tuem. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Steuart's refined Bugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candies have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the Arm does an immense 
trade, both in the jobbing and retail line. • 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great Bnccoss has originated many spurious im> 
Ltationa under the name of Ortou's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
of Hag 4 Schmidt, 636 Commercial st ^ is on the 
wrapper. Hug & Soequct. Successors to P.J, 
Csllly, Agents. _ • 

A Popular Desideratum, 

Sin Francisco as its population Increases is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wisant & Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Ovsrzn Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order In every Imaginable etyle. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, in beautifully fornithed rooms for ladies 
and families, and altogether It bids fair to be 
the most popular institution In the city. ' The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Wikast, who has 
been a wholesale ojBter dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of bis partner, Chablet Haattp, 
foimerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
t-aloons. Is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific Otsteb Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a most unexceptionable manner. • 



Tne Elixir or "South, 

For which the sages and philosophers of old 
searched In rain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided It In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corvllle & Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too late, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast In 
the shell, fanoy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and bea'uty will never fade, but 
remain glorious forever. * 



Dr. Doherty 

Haa devoted his study more particularly to 
Ihronlc and specific practice, and as suoh Is now 
la* mosi successful of any Physician In Saa 
Frarlcisco. Office rJiQ Sacramento street, cortex 
■yi Leldesdorff, a f-w door below What Cheer 
latin e. • 

■A- yieassiTit. Location. 

Parsons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
--'Dtral location, should visit the Alhambra, 



and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there. 
Tbe I 

MM 



THE TROUBLE IN AMADOR. 

The Situation Unchanged — The Mines 
being Worked - Warniog Notices 
Served— Etc. 

SuTTEn Ceefe, June :i0.— The situation at the 
mmee remains unchanged. Tbe Amador and 
£eystone mills are working ten and twenty 
stamps resp* ctively, and the form- r la pnmping 
■ad repairing the timbL-riog In the new Bhuf,. 
Tbe otheru are all pumping yet, and at the 
Oneida to work is aiscoorjgingly slow. 

Yesterday a number of notices were served on 
persons now at work in the mioes, warning them 
to leave their work immediately or enffcr the 
cons«qiic ot'B. Notices to the same eflVct were 
posted on the doors of many of t heir owelllngs. 
The following la a verbatim copy of one of the 
latter. 

Avadoh CITV, Oal., June 28th. 

Friend Hammock d-Son: I here by Cauti< n you 
aod ,-glj to qut work in tbe Keystone mine, or If 
you don't, make up your mind to suffer tbe con- 
sequences. If you carry a soldier on your back, 
revenge is eweet sooner or later. Laugh at this if 
you coose I oaution you again to stuJy on this 
I ata hure yc u it will prove serious friends and 
enemies b >th you have. 
Tours respec fully, and a Weixwtsbxb. 

Soitbb Creek June 30.— 10 p. at. — Several 
attempts were made to-day to cut the ditch lead- 
ing to the engine at the Oneida mlne.the parties 
hoping to burst the boilers Although chased, 
they succeeded in making their escape. 

A corporal stationed at the Oneida, mine, 
while returning late last night, was chased 
nearly a mile by reveral armed men, they only 
retiring when near ihe camp. 

The League is in secret session to-night 
again. 



The Hero of the Coal Mine. 

[From the Philadelphia Bulletin.] 
Martin Oooncy is the name of a boy, who, 
drep down in tbe horrid depths of tbe Pittarou 
mine, performed a deed of beioic self-sacritiec 
which ehames into insignificance tiie actions by 
which many happier men aa ve dim Dea to fame 
anu tnnor. Cooner ana a companion stood at 
tbe bottom of a sbait as tse car was about to 
adcend lor tbe last time. High above them 
roaring flames and biindiDg emoKe and the 
cra^h of jailing limbers wtre fast closing up 
the narrow way to Hgbt and life; beiow them 
in the g>oomy pit were a score of men forking 
on, unconscious of their deaaly peril. Cooney, 
with one foot upon tbe car, tbought of his en- 
dangered Irieuds. He proponed to bis com. 
pa nicn that they should re<uru and warn toe 
miners of their threatened fate. His companion 
refuted (c go, aod then Cooner, without n mo- 
ment's hesitation, but with lull consciousness 
that be had cbo^tn almost certain ctatn, Itaped 
lrom the car and groped his way tnrougn toe 
gloomy daiknefs. It was too late, the miners 
had closed the ventilating door before he bad 
reacbed them, and standing there, between tbat 
immovable barrier and tne jbair, the hot breath 
of tbe hcry pit poured in upon him in a piti- 
less b'oit, anu eo De died. He was out a lad, 
poor unearned, and probibly unconsciens of 
the higher virtues, and yet he died as great and 
nob'e a ueath as .< man can ever die; ue delib- 
erately sacrificed bis own lile in an attempt to 
save those of bis friends. Hete is a tbeme loi 
ine most exalted poetic genius, comparea with 
tbis poor boy, how quick do the proiane and 
slaogy beroes of tbe coarse poetasters sink in'o 
con-empi; aod how unworthy and iDzutticieDt 
seems tbe fiction in wbicb they are placed! It 
is from such persons as this poor and obscure 
lad, uoing dre^s oi inam^h-ioism wi'oasim. 
plicitv that is altogether pathetic, tbat we learn 
tbat the purer and higher yualitiesoi the lace— 
the qnaiitie3 whicu reveal rhe preseoce of the 
spark uf Divinity in toe ?oul, txitis even yet 
in tbe humblest of mankind. 



JNc-w Furnlsliiiff Goods, 
Cheap, at tbe What Cheer Laundry. 



Those Who Leave the City 

Fora jaunt to the country or watering places 
without a supply of DR. GOTJRADD'S ORIEN- 
TAL CREAM will regret it, for tbeir ekins will 
terrioly Tan, Freckle and Redden, all of which the 
use of the Oriental Cream wilt prevent. Thou- 
aandB of ladies will testify to the fact. Of the 
many rtueB attributed to the various skio lotions 
daily advertised, scarcely one-tenth are ever real- 
ized ; moreover, several are positively injurious 
to tbe health form their repellant properties, and 
io many inetancea absolutely peel off the akin. Dr. 
O. is constant It in receipt of notices setting forth 
these facte. Dr. Oourand'a Oriental Cream is not 
the creature of mere advertising notoriety- it is 
recommended from one customer to another. This 
his extended its aale until it haa become a epe- 
oialty by its own merits. Ladies who hive not 
used this preparation should give it a trial. Pre- 
pared only by DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD, No. 48 
Bond ftreet ; Laboratory, 55 Great Jones street. 
New York : aad sold by leading druggists through- 
out the Doited Staffs and Canen&a. San Fran- 
cisco Agent": RfcDINGTOtf, HOSTBTTER & 
CO.; CRANE A BKIGHAM. ■ 



Save Tour Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in abont eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ors can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at the office, 123 Post street, for information. * 



I>o Tou Know 

That with Buttebiok's Patteens you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly 1 Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 



■^7\A.1>J TEX*, 

BY A YOUNG MARRIED MAN, AN OUT- 
door Bitua%ion aa Collector, Shipping Clerk 
Tally Olerk, or as driver of a light wagon; ia a 
flrBt-clas- collector, writes a fair hand, and has an 
extensive knowledge of tbe city; would accept any 
respectable situation tbat would pay him a living 
salary; good references as to honesty, ability and 
steady babite. Address B. O. J., Figaro Office, 
ju21 tt 



LAMES! 



street, ban Franoisco. 



No. 11 Harnson 
jnSlm 



CALANTHINE! 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. SOHWOFRER.PRO - 
fpsaor of Great Myatenee, corner. 



of Washington and Stockton, ove 
the fruit storo. Diagnosis and cures 
sickness after recovery is impossible. 
Prof S. has valuable Roman Taiis- 
mans for live, good tack Also, see 
yofcf intended. Kee. Fifty Cents end tfp. Hours, 
J. ja211m" ' 




from 11 A. il. to 4 P. M.. and 7 to 9 p. ] 



A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 
ce=9 by a eenrlemna .p.akioe KDRli.h.Krencb 
Spanish and Italian fluently. Is conversant with 
commercial operations, aod can give the best of 
ref renceB. Wonld accept a commission or travel- 
ing acenev. Has been three years in one bouse 
Address G. A., Figako Office. juStf 



M. KANE, 

Dbat.fr in wines liquors and oi- 
g&rs, cor. Jessie and First streets. ja*4 lm 



■ WHERE 

TO 

OET 

YOUR 

HONEY'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

ooons 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. Y. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

DON'T 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOR 

THEM. 

ALL 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 

708, 712, 714 and 716 

Kearny Street, 




jn26tf 



(OPPOSITE TBE PLAZA.) 



OCEAN HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED 
toe Ocean House and Track for a term of 
j eara, and having engaged 

FIEST-CLASS COOES, STEWARDS AND 
BARKEEPERS, 

Is now ready to attend to the wants of ail his old 
friends who may favor fcim with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make his guests comfort- 
able and bappy. 

B9~ Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

©JEO. W. IIHKET, 

ap29 tf Proprietor. 



i 

action 



The Champion and Pivot 
Braces. 

THESE BRACKS. JN THEIR PEOOUAi 
construction, have all' the advantages of Raa. 
penders and Shoul^r-Brncea combined. 

1st.— Thoy do Dot disarrange the sbirt-boeam 

2d.-They cannot tlip off ibe tbouldtre. 

3d —They give no strum on the breast. 

*tb. — Kach sectioo of tbepams can be adjusted 
independently. 

5tb.— By means of tbe adjustable back-strap t 
gentle and powerful brace uan be obtained. 

6th.— Tbeir ease and convenipnee commend than 
to everyone, and no person after usinic them wfil 
ever n^e tbe eld- fusbioned pnependcrs at ain 

OS-Patented October 10. 1865. Beware of Infrin*. 
ingou these paieLts. i-or saie by 

C. H. BURR, 
Sole Agent for the Pacific Coaat, »i» Market 

street, below Stockton, ban Fmncieoo. 

■g-Trade bnpplk-d at liberal discount. jo2J lat 



Phv*iciana E ecomn en i 
An^ over f»00.;)Oo Feonie rrttan 

D R. K £ N L !£ Y •' 

CELEBKATED 




ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IB LOCATED AT.... 

«*7 Washington street, next Door to 

the Hall of Records. 

MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

at the last Mechanic's Pair, for tbe best die- 
play of Hate, bo th in style and quality. Oos- 
tomers will please remember tbat the di- 

Sloma is placed in the window so they cannot be 
eceived as to the place where to purchase the 
BEST HATS at the CHEAPEST RATES. It 
the first Hat Store below Kearny street. fel&-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL. 

SO Years' Experience 

C. MUIjLEFI, 

OPTICIAK, 
BOS Montgomery Street. Bos. Block, 

JQ23 tf San Fr&Dcieoo. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPAEREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL rXFCTRiriAN, 

Proprietor of DB. BOURNE'S well-known 

6ATH5 AND MA6NETIG BATTERY, 

If) MASONIO TEMPLE, POST STREET, 

X\f near Montgomery and Market, San Francisco, 
for tbe oure of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA, and other Nervoue Com- 
plaints, etc. As a bath for the baltbv. perfectly 
luzu mot, and. to purify tbe blood, unequalled. 

a»"The LADIES' OEPARTMEN1 is under the 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. ju7 lm 



IXL BITTERS. 



1"»HE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY Wffl-> 
. derful TONIC, after a eeries o- year*- andei-i 
. Timents, has succeeded in bringing before tea: 

gublioatl that can be detirea of a pure Toaio aad. 
ecuperator. 

Headache, Biliousness and Constipation, general 
Dobility-nrd Lose of Appetite alt are cansedbj 
the derangement of tbe Stomach. Liver and other 
fauotionaries of the eyetem. Tbe IXL Bittan 
have been successfully used and are warranted tol 
alleviate the sufferer in all tbe above cases. 

H, EPSTEIN & CO., 

Successors to L. GROSS &. CO Sole Propria!* « 
of Dr. Henley's I X L Bitters. 

518 Front rtieel, Snn FranclHO. ij 

T J^a Snlle street, ChlciiKo. III. del \ 



FAVORITE YALLEJO ROUTE I 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD I 



APITAL " 

ian Francisco, at 8 411 
tteof California PMl 



REMOVAL. 

J.F. &H.H.SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROH THE CORNER OF 
Saoramento and Saneome streets to their new 
fonr-atory warerooma 

N. B— We wish to impress upon tbe public that 
we can make it to their advantage to call andi in- 
spect our stock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

So. 31S PINK 8TBEET, 

Between Montgomery and Sanaome ate. 

jo9 tf 



C. E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND 06NVEY- 
anoer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, SanLeau- 
dro, directly opposite the Court House. 

FARMS and HOMESTEADS for sale and to let 
in various partB of Alameda county. ap29 lm 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Tine Wines, Brandies, etc 

C.nrE £xc.an[;e. Bear Clty'Hnll. 

•9- Hot Lunch daily f rod U to 2 P.M. Fassen- 
fers' Store, put up at tbe soonest notice □lap-5 



AND STEAMER CAPITAL. 

Summer Arrangemedj 
SHORTEST AND IYIdFTcOMFORTABLE LIIE 

Savins 89 Miles la Dlatance. undShoR 

In time to Haryavllle and G9 

llllea to Sacramento. 

Banning Palitce Can, equipped wlthv^H 
ler*a Safety Platform and Couplers. 

Two Eipress Trains daily (except Sunday) ato* 
way, carrying United States Hail and all Fal^l 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER 'CAPITAL" 
Leaves Front street W harf , San 

connection aLYullf jo with ea.' 

Railroad, by which passengers arrive at Sacramn 
at 12:15 P. m., Marysville at 2:15 P. si., and Oaliettf 
at 12:45 P. M. ; also leaves Sun Jb rantisco at 4 p. > 
by which passengers reach Sacrjunento at 8:14 
M„ Marysville at 9:00 p. M., and Calistogaaflf 

GOINGSOUTH . 

Morning Express Trains leaves Marysville al 
a. M., Sacramento at 7:3ha. H., and Oalistoi 
":30 a. H,, arriving at San Francisco at 11:30 a. __ 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marysville at 1 

m., Saoramento at 3:30 p. M., and CHhstogaaUH 

P. ii.. arriving at San b ranoieco at 7 :30 P. M. 

HlMiAl TRAM'S AMD BOAT, 

Sunday Express Train leaves Marysville at 
A.. M., Sacramento 2:30 p. it., anrt Oalletoga 

« arriving at San Fun. Cisco at .6:45 P. M. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sundays 1 
San Francisco at 8:30 A. M. ; passengers arrivuiM 
Vallejo at 10:15 A.M., Saoramento at 1:45 P. 1! 
Marysville at 5 p.m., and Calistoga at 12:40 mt 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trams fit 
Ouliatoca and Marysville al -5 P. M., arriving atll 
Francisco at. 6:45 P. at. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery streetoril 
hoard tbe Steamer CAPITAL. Baggage calleUl 
and checked from residehecs, hotels, etc, hwt 
S. F. BagRape Express Company. . J 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTISOW 

Gnn'l FreiebtandPH"S.Ag't. Superintenu 

Vallejo, May 6tb, 1871. mytl 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Flsii 

It flows freely from the pen. and is the ba 



Calaveras Big Tree 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROU J.y 

TO THE WORLD-RENOWNED 

CALAVERAS CROYJ 

VIA WESTERN PAOJFIC RAILROAD 
Mokelnmne Station, Peek .1 Go's Mage | 
Concord Coaobes from Mokelumnn Station ti 
Trees, leaving Sen Francisco at 3 a. m. every I 
stopping over nipbtat Mok-lomnp llill, and a I 
ing at Big Trees at 12 m neit day. Retuf | 
leave BgTr*es at 2 p.m., stopping over nie. 
ilokf-lumreHil', leaving ■■■it mot-ningatoM 
arriving At, MfikBlomno S' at ion nextduyintfi 
tnke the Western Pac fie Railroad tmina Eaf ■ 
West, arriving at San t rancisco at, 5 P. il 
tbe round trip In 2 days and 10 hours. 

PASS: 
RioUrlomne Station to Big Tree*... f 

Round '1*1 P 

*3r~FoT further particulars.'apply to 

F. H- K.EAW, Atreut, J 
iu27 lm No. OSS Clay street, San Franol I 



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ALICE DTJ1V1YI1VG 

ftA • THIS tVLNIKQ 

Miss D. Llnsnrcl "oiSSTS 

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EVCXIXO 



JOLT Ma, 



Imitations Extraordinary on tha Violin 



rn"r i • 



Who's to Have Him? 



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LOPEZ 


AND 


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After •»**», T*t 



A fUt ah.ta lb* L*Mh»M* AM NtltM 

The Fenian Soother 



IH*«*r CaraaJl 
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... om raster 

Ji««r Mvrptaf 



Fight for Governor! 




MTM. HORACE LINCARD 



Or, the Wound of the Period. 



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If! I. •....•>•,. 1)14 M ■.tdlrhrulM, 

i **« Hrmr*. mitvr n**r. «tr , •«•, 

tap-re wiAll^o. of the Wot..! - 
THM»t» -f Wimmttk, l^«U Nape>I*«.a, Oot. Bog. 
m»m. Jm*c- t>*m1\*m. II*r»r« SrrTk), lira 

Mm 'rr. llrlchMM Y »*•*.«. «•>«. Qr«il. 

■fttJia*. -nth the Cof»dy entitled 

Vaval Engagements 



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I'ef !• Hob 

litiliWwC nm . . 
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-lik* WitWe* 
. , lln.hi MoMoa 
. Jiiubt Mon'bf 
...T. McLftDibHQ 
.... Ned !»nm»rs 



IIANUY -A.lSj3I>-ir. 

Lew Tarter ml Geo. Foater 



I ftmrnm ■•»«< Dune* 

I n,.u..,i 



.AnnI* l.nmnr 



Joe . 



■ YMU'HH OF ICEVKBY, FTC. 



•OBWEl-Inl 

ARK . 

behind tti* PUL 
tbe Bom 
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• ••n « I'^ii'icil Miltiorindi Lot-. 

h harts wijbn rorss 

areattoa la the dlatatiee A peep 
'.'KMUi The mto that dido't («t 
nbol ft r«ii'5iilftt«— In<t«p»n'>i-t but 
mUrd B*ar*r«. MKS. FITZSTB- 
Poi><iia(loD k*«p dark. Tb« Irith 



. .Wm. Hor«c« Lnic%rd 

Mi Jfc-7 »lr*t!n>#r . Alice bunslng Lin«ard) 

u 

**it. SlBf- J«^. C»r<lpn 

1 1 | 8h«rt W. A. Mesujer 



•Umt«t r*pr*M*ai*d. *ad No Hk)fa»« tin«. 

' I!— A »/i>a>«n'« pl»m br»T#l» j>a». »od no bbrro ^ono. 
V L» Itsri'JKCONOllY: HuuDLUMS IN 

MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. 

S< : VK IV— AUohnl &nd Freedom. Fan on tbe rampage. 
MS IN FULL YISW. 
(CI V~A connoo trill*— • Oiri Iafoltod. A HO0D- 
Ll'M t-Vf Kr»«r. doo't too «»Bt to bar* do*?'* bkylun- 
cl»'« booU. "Mm here, now ; cheese it." 

81BNR vi-TIIR STRL*<;GLEr THE STRUGGLBRS! 
THB STRl GGLED! TheApinyUm! 



ROSE DURAND IN CHARACTER SONCS 



Ihnmnlnn ,Ua 

Our OrendrHikrr'* Dnfi.. 

I. I. 'I -Tic 



X. Mrl.ne-hlU 

■ llnimi M«ir|.hi 
... Z.nllr 7,'lmnr 



Negro Act of 

THG HAUNTED HOTEL! 

Jftke Wjill »ce and Johnny DeAoffelii 



To conclude with 

Lo s7-©'s FLe-xrexx&e 

D«ADgelis, Wtllice and Morton. 



WILL SHORTLY APPKAR | 

MME. FEURASONETTE. 

PBIO£B OF ADMISSION: 

A tlml »»lon T« ■■ w 1 y-ll ve C«nte 

Doors open at T. Performaaoa to oommanoe at 834. 



ELLA WESNER! 

"Pirleg Ui« W»y." "JUeketty Jwk." ud 
"Chaapagw Chnr 

fjtar nuK ur MIXK 

noynolcls Brothers 

fa ibeir It-abie t«a«e aad Paa— 

Rqieliil hwi»| »h i,Mii Kellr 1 fee>lewe**.r Jeeea 
r-.ll lUad 

i - «ki tl-e» Mieele nNMf 

D*1a« **t lt*f> few I Lore r. «, -. . 

■■ 

i 

w.tk.iir 
M>« ai'h ibt Woedte I^« 

■ «)« ■ mpenr 

Metier We.Hi.. *r«n»il Trebve 

0««*««re orvbeetra 

Riper I •«!* .!-!.■ Jakimr HuMlai 

Jeeapbw Oraaare Btee— ■> . Pnak Joaea 

BalhW UanieBrawar 

■oaf ltd Deoce. 

••I H.nllv Ml. n II Kipirc!" 

Oewrar* Stad fberlrt R'fitali*. 

Bail ad Minale Oer»ya 

Tbe t'aeiajlled Proleaa ArtUl. 

Miss ELLA WESNER 

Mar dnhaealioa of bar Celebrated Specialty, 

** ChninpABno Chnrloy," 

Hae created mnr* m •aatae applaaia iban eeer treated 
enr other Aunt in tbe Caited SUtei. 

Orartnta Qrcbeeua 

LEARNING TO ACT! 

Mat Kellr and Hairy Tbompaoa 

Ballad , Faoor Garrataoa 

■unK and iinnrr Itlunth- fcnlly 

New Nevro Act of 

A NICHT IN THE WHAT CHEER HOUSE 

tteorfa and Cbarlaa Rajaold*. 
I oncludloe with AJIna Le Faere'a Graat 1'lar of 

SCENES IN PARIS 

FRATLTY, Queen of tho Blonde, ALiNK LK FAVRK 

Mr. 1'iirwilli.in Johnny Manning 

Mr,. FitTwilli.n Minnie Fillmor. 

TemiiUMon 1 ( Ma|t(rl« Brewer 

NoncbaUnoe / Griiett,, of P»ri, '. F.nn. G.mlwn 

Innocence 1 f M lie BUnoha 

Mone. Perez Maj Leroy 

Mone. Dupn-z belly Henry 

Olarise toeephin. 

Joeenb Myers, aDuubman Harry Thompeon 

Mone. L, Dox. a champagne swell R. G. Marsb 

Job Dnokleas (with eonx and dance) Fi suk Jones 



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Cureka Range 

Irho beat Coo king Appa- 

Jtue now i n t he market. 
Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
tponomica l in Fuel, and 
landsomo in Design. It 
vee univ ersa l satisfac- 
^>n. Try It. 

FOR 9AI.E P.V 

L E & MONTAGUE, 

l I : ...I 111 Battery street. 



FEPGUSON'S 




Hair-Cutting 
HEADQUARTERS, 



IRS. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKER, 
*£**+■*''% *ST PREBIITJlst RECEIVED, 

■arcs' to »•- Casl Kesray alreet, 

atoom No. 8. Sscond Floor. 



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D. HICKS & CO., 
|OOK. BINDERS 

Mt BLANK-BOW MANUFACTURERS, 
. (348 Clay Street, 



•AW FRAXODCO, 
|«M 5» J itrett. . I 



t«. noe-tf 



i.r'i Cienical Writing Fluid, 

tut corrode or clog the pen. 



IBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

, /INKI.Y FUBNIBHED BOOMS. Sltt- 
J tla or la suite. 

Well 1.1Kb teal and VenlMoted- 

llMUtt . 



DINNER, 

DESSERT, BREAKFAST, 

....anTj.... 

TE3A 
SETS. SETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

Hlcfnnt.Mi.pt., 1?3 Plecve B35 OO 

FRENCH CHINA! 

1SS Piece. His OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

SB Pieces HUO 80 

' IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

H Plrcca SIS OO 

i Silverplatcd Service, 

1 Beat Ciltor ) 

1 do7,an caofi l>a and [ .« m.*»« «». rA 
Table Spoon* \ * * PIMM....S81 .lO 

1 dozen Mudiam Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

\ With IVnrl Whit** KBO OO 

(With French China SllO OO 

GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and 
packed or delivered FREE OF CHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER A CO 

335 Fin* Street, 

jnl-llf SAX FRANCISCO. 







THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

iTTORHEY ▲O? LA W, 
• (Avoeatt JPranoala,) 

ROOM NO. *. NOS. Via AND 718 HOIfT- 
foman atraet.eaat aide (over F r aak'a Saloon), 
between TTMainrtou and Jackaoiv ••. ap26 




REMOVED TO SPLENDID NEW ROOMS, 

NO lSUONTOOUUBT STBF.IT, 

First Floor, Opposite Masonic Ttmple. 

l-KICKS RillK KB. 
aplUBtn 



Armory Skating Rink, 

II. ilnwaiil etr<t-t. near Second. 



THE MANA- 
gere take pleasure 

in arm o u d 1 1 ii c 
that after baviog 
a large force of 
car pen te ra at 
work, tbeir 

New Floor 

- 18 completed: and 
also that the Rink 
will be 
jSTTJXraDA"5Trg. 

V1ZI.VA * AMES. 




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Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AND LEIDES- 
dorff streetB, hnvine boon thnronahly reno- 
vated, and a now .Sitting room added iu front, is 
now ready to reooive Lndders by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICE of art, S'tH and 
fiOc- BV THE NIGHT, and BY THE WEKK. 
flU SO to ffSand WB S4V- forSinfflo Rooms. All 
the roorae are furDiahed with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. 'I he House c<..l Beds are kept thoroughly 
clean and fmo from mofQUitOS. 

B^-HOUSK OPEN ALb NIGHT. Persona IiT- 
ing In or viniting Uio oit.v will find this one o' the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

BALSTON A COTTRF.LL, 

ftpBlm Proprietor*, 



lO THE I.OVKRS OF 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TOl 

aooitty ia at tbo 

4* 



SALOON! 



flOO Af laalon atrcet, bet. Second nnd New 
Montgomery, 

Every Saturday NigrHt. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8.1*0 SHARP. 

N. B.— A spacious Club Room to let for one or 
two nights a week, with every convenient" for 
band Practice, Club meetings, etc. Mubio furn- 
iebed for parties. 

myjl HOLLAND A EAGLES. Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 



DRUGGISTS' STKAM 



Printer. 



HAS REMOVED TO 



Sac.iMontg'nr 



Opp. old office. 



W A. HUGHES, 

SlsSOIny atrcet, betTreen JLcldevtorff and 

KEEPS THE BEl** 

•'A.A.A. WHI8KET,' 
Marrian s No. 3 Ale, 

BRBWED EXPRESSLY FOR OAt.** ORNIA. 




GLORIOUS VICTORY I-KIRST 
Promlom? «nd Silver llodals award- 
ed to FUGAZI S ORIKftTAL OIL 
HAIR DYE, at tbe San FranoiBCO 
Fairs in ]RM. 'H. r . nml 'f.'i; at Sacra- 
mento in 1863, '65, '66, '67 and "Til : also 
at, Stockton and Maryaville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye is tbo beBt, simplest, 
easiest anpfled in the world. Work 
done in a few seconds; in twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be soen. Free from Sugar 
LlCAD, Lac SULrenn. or oilier poisonous, health- 
destroying druga used in otbor hair preparations. 
One application, natural brown ; two, blaok. Noth- 
ing in the world equala thin Oil for tbe Wbittbera. 
Address orders to J. F. KUGAZI, K Btreet, near 
Third, Hacramento; HUG A SCHMIDT, 53. r > Cnm- 
meroiul at., ban Francisco; GATIi.S A, RUODKS, 
San Jose. Ask your druggist for it. my4 tf 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

**» MonfcKnniery atrect. errrner | &a> 

ROBERT MATERS. 

Japan & China Goods 

A Novelty — Japnncae IVapktna, 

and Chlneee Back. Scratchere. 

AMERICArl WATCHES, CJU. DIAMONDS 

jaw Etc. Etc. >m 



Wh' 



X. 



Jjunftloa Rum, Holland Gin ana P< 



and DcmVltlc Wlnea of all kinda 



oralgn 

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F. MAN SELL & CO., 

H0D8E, 8IOH AID ORNAMEHTAL 

FAINTBRS, 

tit PINK ITBJIT. fsl5 



Dr.Zeile'sNew Russian.Turkish 

— AXD — 

ROMAN BATH HOIISi 
For Ladles and Gentlemen. 

No. MS Fuel He atra* 

THE BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO Bt. 
tabliahment of the kind, either In Euros* of 
America. Convenient and separata apartment*. 
Btthing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plida t-i 
Mediofttod Wfttars. Suitoaof tooma In tha md| 
boUdlng for private patlante. taTI lot 

NAPA^ODA. 

THE NATHRil, lV.YTr.lt u. TAKSUI 
FROM TOE SPBIKOS AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS EFEN EXTENSIVELY 
used fortho past thirteen j-eara, with the moat 
aatisfactory results. It contuina many valuable 
properties, as will be seen by the following 

Analyale of the Nnpu Nodu Sprlns*, 

By Dr. L. Lanzwefjit, Practic.il Chemist, May, 

Temperaturo, Fabr 08 

ReBidium from Evaporation in .'■,-giiMon,gra..„17 

Bicarbonate of Soda 2 23 

Carbonate of Magnosia ,0 M 

Oarljouate of Linn 2 73 

Oblorideof .Sodium I TO 

Subcurbonnte of Iron 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina « II 

Lose 62— 17 ■■ 

We, tha undersigned, physician.*, practicing in 
the oity of San Francisco, have examined tbe re- 
sult of the analysis mado by Dr. Lanzwoert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The water, aooording to this ei- 
amjnntion, possesses Aperient Antacid and Tonlo 
properties, which cannot fail to be very bencfloLal 
is tbe treatment of Obronio Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: H. M. Gray. M. D. ; Arthur B. Stout, M. D.j 
J7P. Whitney, M D.i A. F. Sawyer, M.D.; Chita. 
Bertody, M. D. ; Wm. O. Ayroa, M. D. 

tf9T For sale at all saloons tbrougbont the oity 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly eza 

outed at the NApftSoda Agency. 1X4 SUTTER 

STREET. 

ju20tf T W. PRNN. Agent 

Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

For sale to llio trade, at Wb and 407 Sanaome 
Street 

CLIPTJOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN ! SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING JDRF I MONSTER SEA LIONS I 

Elccant Breakfast), Lunchei, Din- 
ners and Suppers 

UEiae TOIB WIFE i 

OSDiO ITOOII FAHILT 

11EISO IlllIB LAST rBlElIU 

An evjar a elew of tbe torn Oosal. PaltoBAau 

in tba whole world, all lo sight of tha 
world-ratawnad 

eoLDEK QAT£I 

With a fleet of while- wipgsd maaaaoaars antartn 
troaa ar.r, part of Uie comaasroial world. 

se-N.s Lire Basse,, conneetinr with Sire. 
Oars at Loo, afoootain srerr IS roiDKtea t 
for tbe Cliff Hone.. Faro ;5 cents. 



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-.. 1'.). nsspt Bandar, nr 
jr. I»_ BOGABDUB 

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32 r.rchi-l 3:, and 535 Witbin^on B 

Below Montgomery Bltek. 



WEDNESDAY JULY 5, 1871 



TO HOT EL K EEPERS. 

"Flaraur*," U mailed every Mornlni to 
•11 the hotel" oo the Pacific Ceaat. Pro 
nrletora of new hotela who fcate not vet 
received It will have It forwarded free 
•f charge on sending «■ their addreM. 



FIBARD ON THE CALA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

FIGABO la thoroughly dlstrlbnt. d ev- 
ery duyoo the cart of the California Pt- 
tllt Ballrood, leaving Maryavllle for 
Vnll*Jo and (fan Francisco at 1 o'clock 



FIGARO CN THE O&KUrlO BOATS. 

tOO *' Flgu.ro*" are distributed oa the 
OakJaad Ferry boat* every afternoon, 
■aoatly amoas the oaaseatfera arriving bj 
ahc great Overland Train. 



FIGARO ON THE VALLEJJ BOAT. 

lOO "Figaros'" urc distributed every 
day anionic the paaaengers on the Steamer 
Capital, oa her afternoon trip from 
TnUeJa to tola city. 



FIGARO ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

"Figaro" la clrcolnted every day on the 
caraof the Southern Pacific It- K. which 
leave Son Jose for thla city at 0:20 P. M 



"Figaro" la circulated every c"ay nt 
the Skating Blnk. 



Fourth of July Deductions. 

That the Fourth is like Corville'8 or any 
other man's oysters — can't be enjoyed with- 
out crackers. 

Th&t bombs and bnma were prevalent and 
explosive ; and that while the first enjoyed 
the largest liberty, the litter were frequently 
placed in the closest confinement. 

That the miners of '49 as represented in 
the procession, devoted more time to drink- 
ing whisky than they did Vt mining. 

That thoogh the brewer's did display 
plenty of groans in their procession, they 
couldn't indulge in any hops ; "couldn't be 
expected, yon know;" must reserve them 
for the next Dutch ball at Turnverein Hall. 

That one cow will supply many milkmen 
with the lacteal fluid. 

That a milkman's procession consists of 
one long series of can-cans, and that they 
never use pumps. 

That the advertising Fourth of July pro- 
gramme being nonest, can't be called an 
honest advertiser. 

That the crowd at the fireworks, though 
wearied and impatient, was the bast bred 
one in the world— wouldn't go off until the 
fireworks did ; too polite to do so, sir. 



Extra Edition. 

We publish to-day an extra edition of Fig- 
aso for circulation in Eureka and towns on 
Humboldt Bay, as the programme for Tin- 
cent Jc Arnold's Variety Comedy Troupe, 
which will leave per steamer to-morrow to 
give a short series or entertainments in the 
Humboldt Bay towns. '■ Fig&bo here, there 
and everywhere. 

Excitement In Omaha. 

Agents of the grand Omaha Gift Festival, 
are sending in their returns from all parts 
of the United States, as acconuts are to be 
closed up, and the drawing is to take place 
as soon as that is done. A large number of 
tickets are held in San Francisco, soperhap 
the $20,000 prize may come here. 



HIlt'i lilvlngr at Low Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
men are supplied with dinners at a low cost 
per plate, but it neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, within twenty paces cf 
the Bulletin office, serves better fare at lower 
cost every day in the year. What would the 
Bostonlans think of a dinner composed of the 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of Ice cream, all for 25 cents? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will cost 
ten cents more. These are the regular bill of 
fare charges at the California Se&tauraot. In 
fare how is that for high ? In price, how is that 
for low • 



•J nil en I^erravilt, m. T>. t 

Physician and Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for tenjeara past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the core of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acuta or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientific meth- 
ods. Office 602 Montgomery street, northeast 
turner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Booms 
9, 10 and 11. Consultations in English, French, 
German and Spa nish. • 

■What Cheer JLaunary 

Calls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
th« city, • 

^ 

I>o-*vn>- Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
Branch House, 124 Sausome street, are absolute- 
ly perfect, from the report of tnose who have 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blankets mala of the finest California wool, 
and sheetg spotless whiteness all combine to 
t nsure a gooa night's rest. • 



What is GlucoleLn? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pubx:-sry complaints. Prepared and 
sold by Jaxes Q. Stbxlx & Oo., Ko, 521 
Montgomery street." • 



The Feurth of Ju > 

Crackers and bomb* all night, bombs big- 
ger than last year and more of 'em . . . .Morn- 
ing fine, oTeryone up early, mounting in 
hot haste of Marshals and aids. .. .Houses 
decorated with flags, California Theatre and 
Bass Hoase looked well, Winaot's Pacific 
Oyster Saloon very tastefully dressed up, 
oysters inside, ditto, in every style — Pn> 
Mision started in good time, model pro- 
cession in this tenpeot Governor in the 

procession, wonder if he'll -e in the next- 
accompanied by the "Waif of the Pogonip" 

Military, Bed Men... '.Miners of '49, 

very interesting feature in procession— good 
ides, well earned out, make-up capital. 
Camp, cooking, working, gambling, pros- 
pecting, all represented.... Benevolent so- 
cieties Firemen, paid and exempt, looked 

splendid. ...Tumpleof Liberty, pretty chil- 
dren, representing States— wagon-loads of 
pretty girls... .Butchers, j jllj-koking fel- 
lows, sheep, dogs Milkmen, bright cans, 

a cow, no pump, great oversight Same- 
thing stronger, brewer's beer No colored 

citizens— Will turn out St. Patrick's Day — 
Pavilion, fpeech by Hon. Charles Clayton, 
prayer, Dec. Indep., glee, "pome" by Cre- 
mony, reads like an Alta editorial Ora- 
tion by E. D. Siwyer, very good — Miti- 

nees— theatres, thronged Regatta : bay 

white with sails, Contra Costa and Belie, 
steamers, crowded with spectators Pleas- 
ant breeze Thirty-two vessels racing 

Champion flags to Laura May, Rosella and 
Gazelle.... Cap tain Boise of the Challenge, 
protests, as stale boat was not distinguisha- 
ble from the other boats Firework3 fine 

night, thou-ands of people, good seats, 
strongly buil , all the pieces went well, 

bright, but not varied Two little firea 

both soon pat out. . ..Hoase on Mission and 
24th streets burned t>> the grounl— cause 
fire crackers.... Boy's band shattered by 
bomb, man's leg burned slightly, same cause 
Cricket match between married and sin- 
gle. Benedicks beat celibates by 72 runs 

Boy's hand shattered by bursting of pistol 
....Man in fruit store on Bush street, let 
off Boman candle among his fireworks, 
general explosion, not very much damage, 
glass broken, 'moral : don't let offfirewerks in 
cracker shop .. ..As we write, Fourth of Ju- 
ly quieting down, head-aches from fireworks 
and other causes passing away, peepls set- 
tling down to work Fourth of July 1671 

great success. 



An Ancient California, Giant.— The 
Las Angeles News of June 24th has the an- 
nexed: 

A letter from Rio Bravo ranch, Kern 
county, eaye: The traces ol a giant have 
recently bten discovered In the town of 
Bakersville, sixteen miles below here, on 
the old banks of the Kern river. The sex- 
ton employed to sink a grave found a 
large skeleton about lour feet from the sur- 
face;, the bead pointing cast, and with the 
bones found a package of eleven arrow- 
beads and 6pear-heads made of flint of va- 
rious colors; they were nicely covered with 
a waxy substance and opened unBOlled, not 
wasted by time. The bones of what was 
left of humanity were quite perfect when 
first exhumed, aod were found to measure 
from crown to heel seven feet five and a 
hail inches in length. Tbeskull was much 
larger than the ordinary size of craniums 
moving around at the present day. A full 
grown person placed his bead inside of the 
skull. So application was made to pre- 
serve the skeleton; on exposure it soon 
crumbled into dust Other curious relics 
were found, which I have in my posses- 
sion. 

The Qceev Rose. — The Los Angeles News 
lavs: One year ago Mrs. Eetli-, at her resi- 
dence on Main street, set out a rose shp about 
a foot long. It grew, divided in two branches, 
and is now trained over the window. If 
straightened cut the vine would reach to tne 
tor ot toe rwo-siory building at the foot of 
wbica it was planted, and the two branches 
united wouiQ measure over fifty leet in length. 
Flower? and tree? hare but to be planted and 
wat-red; soil and climate do the rtst. The 
above, toough but one instance of the rapid and 
wonderful prowin olten attained under the 
genial influence of our boutnem iky, will doubt. 
less appear incredible to tne dwellers in less 
favorea regions. 

Perfect.— A* coquette is said to be a per- 
fect incarnation of Cupid, because she keeps 
her beau in a quiver. 



Wrua-t Cheer l_.ii iiiictr y 
Is the best laundry In San Francisco 



Good ZULotto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
no.bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Bhabeb k Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place In 
town to buy furniture and bedding. x 



If Tou Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, send them to the What Cheer Laun 

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Car and Steamer News Ajjency. 

A. Erouberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. E. R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution df FlOAito 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. • 



Reading: Matter for All. 

Loomis, at his stationery store at the 8. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office Itself. 
All the New York papers 'and English maga- 
sines are there. 

John O- Hayden 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacions store, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Build* 
log, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to Bay It is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. • 

Important to Strangers. 

Abraham's, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par acetloia to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $25; beaver suits 
to order, $10 ; pants to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Brery reader mast 
see that he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. [An&Asaacs, II and 35 Second 
street. • 



CAB PEDDLERS. 

, Mark Twain on the Kahaacea that 
latest Haul road 'Iralos. 

And there were the ptddlers. I bought 
out the popcorn boy to get rid of him, be- 
cause I was trying to compose a poem for a 
young lady's album, and did not want to bo 
disturbed. But he came right back with a 
stock of peanuts. I took a lew and hurried 
him away, and be returned with some ice 
cream candy. I don't like Ice cream candy 
and pea-uuts together, but I io vested at once, 
because an inspired rhyme h-d been borne 
to me, and I wanted to set it down before it 
slipped my mind. Then the scoundrel 
came back to me with tobacco and cigars, 
and afterward with oranges, imitation ivory 
baby whistles, fig paste and apples. Then 
he went away and was gone some time, and 
I wis encouraged to hope the train had ran 
over him. He was only keeping his most 
malignant outrage to the last. He was get- 
ting bis literature ready. 

And from that time forward that degraded 
youth did nothing but march from one car 
to another, and afflict the passengers with 
specimen copies of the vilest blood-and- 
ihunder romances on earth. "The Per- 
jurer's Doom" and "The Desperadoe's Re- 
venge" were some of his milder works, and 
on their backs were pictures of stabbing af- 
frays and duel-, and people shoving other 
people over precipices, and wretched wood 
cuts of women being rescued from terrible 
perils of all kind-, and they are always 
women who are so criminally homely that 
any right-minded man would take a placid 
satisfaction in seeing them suffer euJden 
and violent death. But that peddler boy 
peddled thtse atrocious books right along 
for hours together, and I gave op my poem 
at last, and devoted all my energies to driv- 
ing him away, and trying to say things that 
would make him unhappy. 

Josh Bllrincrs on {strawberries. 

The strawberry iz one uv natur's sweet 
pets. She makes them worth fifty cents, the 
fust she makes, and never allows them tew 
be sold at a mean price. 

Tne culler nv the strawberry is like the 
setting of the sun under a thin cloud, with a 
delicate dash ur the r.iia bo in it; its fra- 
grance iz like the breath uv a baby when it 
first begins to eat wiotergreen luzzicget>; 
its flavor iz like the ncg.ar which an old- 
fashioned goddes used tu leava in the bo;- 
tom nv the tumbler, when Jupiter stood 
treat on monnt ida. 

There iz many breeds ov this delightful 
vegetable, but not a mean one in the hull 
lot. 

I think I have stole them, laying around 
loos, without any pedigree, in somebody's 
tall grass, when I was a lszy scholboy, that 
eat dreadful easy, without any white sugar 
on them, and even a bug occasionally mixed 
with them in the hurry ov the moment. 
Cherrys iz good, but they are tew much like 
sucking a marble with a handle tew it. 
Peaches iz good, if u don't get enny ov the 
pin feathers intew yore lips. Watermelons 
will snte ennybody who iz satisfied with 
half-sweetened drink; but the man who can 
eat strawberry, be-sprinkled with crushed 
sugar and bespattered with kream (at some- 
body else's expense,) and not lay his hand 
on his stamak, and thank the author of 
strawberries and i-tumaks, and the phellow 
who pays for the strawberries, is a man with 
a worn oufconscience — a maruwhose mouth 
tastes like a hole in the grouud, and don't 
care what goes down. 

Bans; Oat Tour Banners I 

There will of course be a rush this year- to 
John C. Bell's emporium, opposite the 
Grand Hotel, to purchase flags. By buying 
•f him, you can cover yoor house vi:h flags 
and your patriotism won't ruin you. For 
flagstaff* large or small, go to A. B. Nichols, 
carpenter and builder, Cedar street between 
Front anc Davis, and Washington and Clay. 



Halljrnant. 

Adam Aulbach has sold out his interest 
in the Corinne Reporter, and the devil of 
that office writes to say that he is glad of it, 
for the former proprietor was "a dam 'aul 
back and wouldn't let the paper get ahead." 



Tbe Apprentice's Dance. 

Our devil says that the first dance a boy 
in a printing office is put threugh, is a quad- 
drill e . 

'■-'■- ■» 

A man died at St. Louis recently, and in 
his will, after stating that he never forgot a 
favor, left S1.0C0 to an individual who ten 
years before ran away with his wife. 

That Arkansas colored clergyman pro- 
nounces the Btory of his having been struck 
dead by lightning, and again struck while 
in his coffin, very grave but flashy reading. 



"Where are you Going, 

Mr. Guyser?" "I'm going to buy a pair of 
boots for my sweetheart to go to the Springs 
with." "Where at?" "Where? why, what a 
question. Why, where every body gets them; 
at F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Nob. 
822 and 324 Bush street, opposite the Alharnbra 
Theatre." * 



Plcnlcs-Callstoca-Seasiae. 

The new Sumn-er Btylee of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "The" Hat Store, 6*7 Washington 
street, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It is only at "The" Bat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone snows that 
"The" Hat Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny 6treet. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. • 

The Place, 

The Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oysters. 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in tbe city. Emerson Corville's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day— Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. • 



Contortion. Mirrors 

Are all the rage In the saloons in the East 
at present. It Is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how reAculons his 
reflection looks in them- There is sure to be a 
langh, and then everybody will mite. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogriflcatiocs tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque. Ev- 
ery one should see them. * 



Oysters end Chowder. 

Try Jee Cmistl's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer str*^t. I-adles' saloon at 
Uched. Open dav and ulfht. * 



NEW .ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

ConflTrva* flail. 320 Bash street. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny atresia. 

CaAS.M.TALLEE. ~~ PROPBIETGK 

TliF. HALL HAS BEEN TH' -ROUGHLY AND 
elaborated eml.tl.isned, the floor propflrly 
prepared, and exory annulment mads for tne 
a-naxmest on* ente. laioment °t ptltoaa. A 
number of anLe-rooms oaTe been added to tne 
hall lor the accommodation of Ladies and Gtotle- 
meo. and all tbe modern appliances of Eastern 
Skatin* Rinl* b h »e been included in tbem. .Fat- 
r^Q.iir* assiuoj tbai they will b<* perfectly free 
from atMJoiaiion wi'h i a- proper cBaracters, as 
every precaution has oeen taken to make (be ban 
Francisco akaiics Kick select m every particular. 
a*- Air. Jobn h.T*U. tbe wll-koown and efficient 
officer (late officer al tfi* PatiIiuu Kiakj. trill be 
in coaeuni attendarce. The pairons of tbis Kmlt 
will not be restricted in tbe uee ot Skates, but can 
use any kind they like. 

From 10 to 12 a. M.. 2 to 5 P M.. 'Hi to 10 P.M., 
daily (Sundays excepted.) 

A SET-ECT CXTJJB 

Vf ill be imroediaitly fosnud, and tboae d*airiDjr to 
],na mil make application at the Box Office be- 
tween tbe hours of 2 and S p. si. 

ALdmlaaton £5 Centa 

'Jaw ol Skates '.» centa 

■t»*" Parlies desiringlo introduce newly-invented 
Skates are priv le*ea to use them at this Hall any 
morning from 9 till 1U o'clock. ju27 tf 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF SAtRAilF.MO, 
Will take place at the 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET. 
OX TVEDXJESDAX JUJLY 18tn 



have volunteered tbeireerVices. 

EXCURSION"' TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for the day of the Concert by the various 
routes will be issued to those holding tickets. 

Excursion Tickets may b> obtained at ail the 
prominent Rook and Music store* in tbis city, oral 
OADWALLADER. DAVIS 4 CO'S. 

4-1 Fourth street, Sacramento. 
a9~Eicursion Tickets only good for tbe l»ib 
to aoih of July, incluEive ju2S td 



Carpets. Furniture! 




X' Xj _<a. o- s. 

ALL NATIONS AND SIZES. MADE TO 
order at tbe Carpet acd Furniture Emporium 

ot JOHN O. B»" '• — — -«• •>•- «...< 

Houl, on Market 
Sansome. 



Flagstaffs 



C CARPENTER 
y DEE, 
CEDAR MTHEET,] 
Between Front and Davis an 
Washington and Clay, San Erancisco. 

Ladders, Steps, Flagstaffs, WmaiBtntsl Tree and 
Garden Stak's made to order, on reasonable terms, 
N. ft.— All kinds of Jobbing promptly atterded 
f». jyl Iff 



RHEUMATISM. 

TyjRS. W. S. WEIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
- L * J - W. MAC, the only Conqueror on the Globe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory; Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lumbage or Kinney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews. Hip Joint Diseases, etc., No. 1CL Tehama 
street, fourth door from Third. ju28 lm 



18 i 71-' i ZS3. 

Personal Property Taxes 

f*TOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CER- 
1 ^ titled copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for the Fiscal Year 1671-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, City and 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining doe and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector. 

San Francisco, July 3d. I87L jyl lm 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CUBED Bl r 

The Arabian Treatment 

THE MOST SEVERE CASES 

RELIEVEDJN 3 DAY!; 

LNTEBNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDD 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSH 

ATo. 829 Pacific street. 

n*-Tbe Doctoi"s advertisements will appear 
FlGABO exclusively. ju29 t 




ALIFORNIAJESTAURfi* 

OS. OlO. «12AKD H4 MOH 

gomery street, near Merchant 
uadies' Saloon connected w,ui the R 
taurant. 

BUI ot Fare. 

Ice Crenra FEI'E to uht»™ 
Sp 

Seup, witbFish or Ri 
Soup, with two Eggs.. 

Two £ffsa 

Two Furit.loav Ft. 
Smelts or Salmon, with 
Mutton Chops, Tea or C 
BeefctealE, dr 

Sirloin Steak, do 

Fresh Oycters, Rawer btewea. l.s© 

Clan Fritters i5e 

Bottle ol White Wine i*c 

Bottle of Claret Wine or F3eer loo 

Piea. Pudding or Cake ,.. Jc 

Oat Meal, Mash or Cracked Wheat oo 

Ooif'-e, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wine 50 

del-tf JOHN REGAN, Proprietor 



3,000 Men Wantet 

—AT THE— 

CITY RESTAURANT 

North aide Clay street, below Montgomery, 

To Eat Ham and Eggs at tbe followia 

I0W PEICES : 

Three Eggs 15c (Roust Turkey 2 

Ham and 2 Eggs lSO|Chicken Pot-pie... * 

Oysters-every stjle.. 15olFricaesed Chicken 

Beefsteak 10c! Breast of Lamb K 

Mutton Chop ldclFried Liver S 

Pork Chop 10c 1 Tripe— all styles. tf 

Outlets IDo Soup— al! kinds 4 

Pork and Beans lOciTea or Coffee.... I 

Smelts 10c Milk or Beer I 

Salmon ICc. Claret Wine " 

Beef a la Hod* 10c 1 Pica, Puddings, etc 



|il 



1 

Try the City Restaurant 



G3S and 540 Clay afreet. 

North Bide jaet below Montfome 

jnlJtf S. CAMPBELL, FropHetD 



*» 



«enA 

.r.jai 



Von Cir> Make 

- 



For Strangers Only to Read. 

Those living in the city know it already. 

r~p hee heap e atpl ace S bny your* 

hlr l.nn df urn la hln gg 00 
del »ntt he tame rlc on 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. S Second street. 

06 lm BENEDICT £ OO. 



TOLET. 
NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addiaa, PHILLIP COW-EX, 

Petal nm a , 
Or apply to J. H. MeOABE, 

oc2o6tn Theatrical Agent. San Francisco. 



For Sale or Rent. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 
ment of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from, the best 
American and European 
manufactories, for sale or to 
rent on the most favorable 
terms. 

B. CTBTAZ, 
CO O'Farrell street, near Market. 




Candy I Candy 1 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
turer. No. SI 8 Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California; and 1ST Second street, 
bet. Minna and Natoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Cartage fr*> to all parts of the oitj 
wnavfac excepted- aarUtf 



Cup of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 c«a 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 can 

Oysters, all styles 20 cea 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 cen 

boup.all kinds.. io i 

Grand Family Reata arrant, SO Seeofl 
■treet- near Hurk't. julSt 



Clxa.ii.g-e of" Progrranii 

....AT THE.... 

Esperance Restaurant,^ 

047 Commercial street. 

Board per "Weelt. S 5 4 

Board per Month SO I 

Dinner with Wine 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

GC8TATE SCHIYEXDEB. 
ttuSStf 647 Commercial at , below Rear. 



RE-OI»JEWlI!rt5 OF 

Delmonico Restaurant. 

-^ /~\ THE UNDERSIGNED WILL L 
Uti\ | afljopeo the above Restaurant with i. 
^•Wj\l,3r ,he delicacies of the Bea?on, on SAT 
TSfiJr URuaY, June 10th. and respectful! 

solicit the patronage of the public. 
jo 9 1 in LANE BKOTHEB8. 



THEATKZ ROTISSERIE, 

8*5 JJ □ pout at, , one door soath of 1 
^■t f**. E. MAROHAND LATE OF ' 

M^fcaW , 'Rotisserie Restaurant" of the t 
^9^r Club, Proprietor. — The Table* i 
ded with ail the Delicacies of the season. 
••■OySTERS IN EVERY STYLE jefli 



J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH.*; 

Cor. Second and Tehama afreets, 

a*- Terrapin oonstantty on hand. Oyster. 
every style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS 
PARTIES. mbSl 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSI 

VTBGINTA. ClTTT, NEVADA 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN 1 
decorated, and ta no w op en for the Su 
Season. STARS and TRAVELING OOMPA 
Uo«raUy treated on appbsa tionby letter to , 

Pronrieter and Managi 
parson te J- B. MeCAJBE. 

630 "Washington street. San Franciaoo 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 
8ACBAMENTO, 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WILL OOMMEIfflssl 
his second Dramatic Season early in Sep -W W 
ber. until which time the Theatre can be rajnts^ 
for Oopcerts, Lectures, Conventions, and for The- 
atrical Entertainments of a nret-class order, tr 
application to THOS. BAKER, Eso_, at Has tint 
A Co'e Banking Hoase. corner of Second and L 
streets, Saceamento. j°» *■ 

The Arlington House.* 

1£)ry KEARNY STREET. BETWEEN POSf I 

X<£ I and Sutter, will be opens' 

July as a first-class LODGING 

rooms ir* large, handsomely fun 

be rented low. Parties desiring tr 

arrangements to have coffee with 

or lunches served in their rooms. 

from S10 to 915 per month. Trans 

lotted. 





^/ AMEftK an 

CLOTHING HALL 



»*■ rRABClfCOt WtNDDAT, JILT V irtl. 



1S4 



THI illT C.u 

mi iswn- 



» - . >■ ... i. r r 



White House 



NEW ALHAMBRA THEATRE. 



• awtx? efABawawaVJ 



llil> > WMM 




is;i 



IW» >V #» T aD r» XB TV O II I\} I ./*. , 

••• — *eaa> i m I ..»-■• i •- <». aMiaaeua. •• Mr* m> nr«i.». 

EMERSON MINSTRELS! 



ENTERTAINMENT A Li SALON PART PREMIER. 



MU1 



r m u .rum otip 



^TAO^fVAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 



teftfiSS- 

fc'BfWu'^ 

■ 



^^M TO MAKE BOOH FOR OUR 



11 Importations, 



*••■■ ^r+W*m 



itnluinxiJiia. lany 
L *— win 

wiiKiliKpt. :. 



»iorM.., ., '•' 



lj Kntiimt. W t~ 



RHKl 

BfOI I DA CI 

Tte eesttlede «>U tee pwewler Bertee>,ne Onntli r*t • Fir«t Fiaelt. irru(*<1 by M. A.e*>«? Soon 

S o o la. o s at t la o Forge. 

Muttr Etigeala 

Dllljr iDmoi 

*.B. Portr 



Hun -« 
Ctoanl U Lea* 



. M Aln'ley Bcoft | »or*m,n of lb* Shop 



WI WILL COHMDtOI '>•» 

mrlny Tune SOtli 

■J "Mauri^u, • Logi olt ocm mvF\jt stock or 

er Dry Goods, 



I' ART M E C O N r> . 

■ — ■» 

The Great Vivian in his Amusing Serio-Comic Sketches 





LOCAL BANJO SOLO -By tho MONARCH E. M. HALL 

Tlio Blonde tli»t Novor Sloa Foatolle 

Billy Emerson as the Artful Dodger. 

OVERTURE— Selections EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

ntlre Evening's Entertainment to oonclndo with the amusing Sketch «( 



! OT. Davidson t£ Co. 



..;... B. M. Hill I M^ob. Lavellei Gustave Bidan 

,...F. Robinson | Madam Fofttellu 

M. Alnfiley Scott | Bootblack, Wm. Daly 

..Loull Braliem | Newsboy J. Williams 



A aa.aa.1 — .. 

fcr «r »" LooIl Out fox- tlae G-rand Ducliosa. "^« "Y* "Vn 

The Pleno used U from the house of Kohler. Chase Je Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Ohickerlng Piano. 



— 



A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

Tin »*r> i.in 

*• a»e Tr»i' . 1. Urn lt*r- " r«aj 

I. 't—kt (Meek . OUUIM *•» «aea» Aon IS attra ; Vol 
I r«fl4bU L.-.I, a.. ,i» mm aaal 
!■« i.« • aire, net. i .mfort.w.. LaaaMaa* far w> ol lis. 
M»l Mill a... tea* l~e • 4iuJini.a la *u rnMw, 
hml . aaaa I. iw»a> In th. fl. >.t alio earp laa late a-eat aa4 
leetaa aatalM »• aa> *.«ti > ■ ' I... lu*« 

1— • •».••» at tea aaaai Hta i o( lea) CDaa Bnaae. e* lb. 



■MsWifce Iiraur I' 




■ 


' 




. 


hundred Sod e.ity r*.m«, fc 




•I? oaiseeed eod 0lt*4 


■p with »*w fnn 




ard hair —til mi. 


TWn Is a atodlns r^'-fn wli 






ni <■.»••• at, i Is* *rr i- an 






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LUudol La* J (I04 Uoum. 









Tho Coso and the Branch, 

Widely known. Mr. Ewell hii hit aeon tha plan of rhoos> 
tog by rhanee on* of hta lodiiwra miy month and preeeata 
ir.f him with ll"V Of courtw Ihtt. with lh« nthrr Indaoe* 
naeiU offered, rana'd tbaaa bouaoi tn Le -t .w-lcd. and thoee 
wbo odc« ftmnd there a coiufnrtaW* home were not in e 
hurry to leere. Thl- plan Mr. F.wr.i l find* la an Infringe- 
ment on th* law agalnat distributing glfla by cbenc, and 
bring a law-abiding min be bai delermloed to dlaconllQQe 
It. Bering, howerer, ptt apart |100 ft r the month of June 
from his rerolpla ae a gift to soma one, ho do*» not mean to 
reclaim it. but will giro that amount to some on* of the 
public charities of Pan Francisco >ni hare the receipt for 
tbe aeme duly published. Thr flO) for this month (the 
recipient of which was under tbe original arrangement to 
bare been chosen by tho blind goddess Fortune) will be 
given to tbe Ladles' Protection and Belief Society of Sea 
Franclsco-a society which will cc ralily mike good nee of 
it. Thus erory one who patronises the Branch or Ooso 
Bouse can, whilo he le resting snugly tucked up In his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy tbe pleating reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, ho has also in some measure 
assisted In providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

BRANCH HOUSE 

484 Snnsonio street, • 

BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND CLAY. 

coeo hotjse:. 

4X1 Sanaome street, 

SOUTHWEST OOBSEB OF COMMERCIAL STREET. 



Do: 



lOPEl 

of Program 



>««*TTM , i^ te **' |GE0. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PINESTRET 

FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 



•aabaJaiad and prepared for shlpaaaot te j 
l ef the world. Ordare from the iotarioi 
■eon attended to ia parson. f*4-lnt 



TUB LABOFJIT AXJ> 



BKaVT aVTOCK. OF GOODS IN THE STATE, AT PRICES DEETlNtt COMPETITION 

H-CALL AIM) 8JBXL. FOB YOURSELVES .» 




GO TO BAILEY & WINTERS, 

818 "\7t7"«.»ala.lxxstoix «Bit« 

If you want the 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Onf«)i. SI p»r Dnirn 



1U SB OT*.T, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

Coiumorclnl streot, 

'ECTFt-LLY rXF0RM9 HIS FRIENDS ASD ALL 
o win! of Dfflr.blQ Clothing for tbe approaching 
- month, that tha\ ha baa now Id hi, Storo .11 the 

NtW STYLES OF 

ngs, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

IE BUT AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

k CHEAP FOR CASH, ind thoM wbo bar on this 
„unl* principle can SAVE MONEY. 

KiK5l.ni un°'i IHORT aairare. all who maj faaor bim with their 
» m S*» lul " ,,tW ^ ■^ ut ^ e w11 ' S iT " them entire satisfaction, and 

Varrant all kin Goods to Fit, 

REDUCED HIS PRICKS lo soil tbe times. 

PIN Ll)NC» 1 | ESS SU|TS FRrji ENGUSH TWEED , $25 00 

lawW - 



C, C01ISB' 



*&#£»" S,,TS 



. .FROM $40100 UP 
TO ORDER II »RT STYLE $6 00 



iTT, JtrTA"*- '■■I usi s. Oail sand, look at our Goods. 

rS^tfiSB °" r num,>er «■ 

'rmi&KXO^W Oonxmez-olAl street. 



• HOE MiJUrjlTOBT. 



d**Sn 



m 



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~'"^ J jnSP BW: atyOr»n'THEorPT. I 



OAKLAND TROTTING PARK 

RACES I ^afcey-jr ~ RACES! 



GRAND INAUGURAL MEETING! 

X 1 l'<a7«> Haym 9 Trotting 

July 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and si h 

SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY Jnly S 
Mutch Trot for $UOO- Mile Heats, three ia 
Ave, in harness. 

S. Harris names s g Glyoerina 

V. Barry names rogBerltler Bop 

THIRD DAY ., THIRSDAT .111,1 « 
Parse, 8SOO— Free for all Double Teams— $150 
to Hrst, f£0 to ssoond. 

0. 8. Crittenden name* Alex Benham and Moss 

Colonel LicVej names .gr m Kate and bl g ISoienco 
0. D. Leak aamse ah m Katy Triokaanditrg Joe 

FOtHTn DAT...FKIDAY, JULY 7 
Puree, MS ' O— Froe for all horses that h&rs 
never beaten 1 :*.'i— $150 to first, $50 to second. 

J. M. Diokersoo names b g Danger 

H. W. Seals names bl m Black Swan 

Uolonel Dicker names b m Fanny 

NAUR DAY. 
Puree and Stake, S1SO. 

P. Parrel I names... br Let mo be 

O. D. L nek names s m Kose 

W, Bardettnamea b g Railepl.tiar 

Boston Oonners names bg Joe Warren 

Colonel Dickey names... b g Hector 

FIFTH DAY .HATUHDAY.JULY S 
Puree, &XOO— h ree for all horios that havo 
nerer beaten 1 A 1 )— $1M to first, $50 to second. 

P, Farrnll names em Coquette, formerly Kate 

b g Danger 



J. M. Diokerton names.. 



gr m Kate 

gr g Joe 

■W- All the abore Races Mils Heats, three in fire ; 
all in Harness, with the ezoeptlen ol tbat for 
Doable Teams. Three to eater, and two to start 
A hone distancing the field shall only be entitled 
to first money. Raoes to be governed by ,he Rules 
of the National Association. 

SEsT* Pools will be sold at Porter's Saloon, Mer- 
chants' Exchange, every night daring^the week 
commencing Monday evening, Jnly 3d, by Chase 
Bowley 4 Diokey. * 

ADMISSION 91 OO 

LADIES FREE. 

■te-Ths Basses will ran from the City and from 
the Point to the Traok. 

E. "WEIRD. Proprietor. 
OOL. C W. DIOKEY, Superintendent, jyl td 



Use Faulkner'. Ghuninl Writing Fluid, 

It hi not in the least acted npon by steel pens. 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. US? KEARNY STREET, 

Adjoin inc. tbe Wzed Sewiks Maohixe Store 



GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
well nith an ili-fittine shirt-,, 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
the back and avoiding nil orumpllng of the bosom. 
Our reputation for making 

FERFEOT FITTING SHIRTS 



P 



All our Shirts bear this Trade Mark, and- none 
are genuine without it, We import oar own goods, 
manufacture our own goods, and sell none bat oar 
own goods. 

The low rates at which we execute orders hare 
secured the patronage of all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Cnffa, 



oe» o i» i» un , 

aST KJUEIY STKEET, 



"Weed" Sewine Machine Agency. 
ja2Uf 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

REOPENING OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 

CREEK ROUTE. 

THE SWIFT AND 8TAUN0H F-jdE3s 
Steamer CHIN DU WAN. hir. JggSSESSZ 
ing elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manently on the Greek Route between San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, June 24th, leaving Broadway Wharf. Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 

San Francisco. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 00 A. M. " W A. M. 6 a. H. 

11 00 A. kf. 10 mi A. M. 

1 00 p. m. 12 00 H. 

4 JO P. M. 2 00 P. M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cam, whfah 
oonvey passengers to the University Oroanas. 

The traveling nubile can rely on tbe OHIN DU 

WAN crossing without interruption at tbe lowest 

stages ol tide. Fare Ten Gents. Freight at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations tor team*. 

ju331m , J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 



Metropolitan Theatre. Wanted! 

AFUIX DRAMATIC COMPANY AND A 
CORPS DK BALLET. Apply at the Box Office 
from 10 to 19 A. m., and J to 4 p. w. 
JelOtf J. H. VINSON. Stage Manager. 



P H 

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TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 




8QUARZ A8 P UNCHES. 

PUNCHES, for Oentlemen.-Egu Hogf (» nsw Pnnflh) 
Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleosnre, Anti-Dyspsptic, Ladiae 
Tears, Anti-Divoroe, Welcome, Cognac, Arrack, Oio, Whiskay 
Cocoa, Coffee, Tea, Fine Apple, Strawberry, Piseo, Apper'— 
Roman Nectar. Aurora, Farewell, Jamaica Ram. Kixeohwi 

COBDIAEJ. for X^sMllee. — laadits' Favorite. L*»*— 
Pleaaore, Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Blackberry, Mint, Aaiee 
Roe e. Kim mel. Ooooa. Peneaa Oafe, Pine Apple. Klreoh 

BITTBRB.- Hygienle, Cholera Antidote, Angostero, Sele 
ner. sn«* all ether Bitters in desaaed. 



J. I>_ BOOAaDTJB 

— AX— 

rrckast rt. i^d 535 vm^cgwa rt. 

Below Moztcoaerr BJoe*. 



•WEDNESDAY 



Fioaxo will be meca obUf 
manager* in all partfc M btfeat, par- 

ticularly to California, wiU Bead to this office 

pBOfnKBM of tbeir i*rlomAi.i**. fcr.el ie*- , chme u.ate iliow titles witb 
tew from members c! .iter, l~ tLeir eve wandera 



How Advertising Comp«li Attention. 

A writer in All the Year Bound says: 
Tbe b - Lor and 

; Uwaje male tbetaetlvea felt. Tb^s 
Is a ifaecrr tLat w?ald be -■- 

a%MhJoClttlJa«d gen- 
uine. W 
awav. ?; 

emus of t^flftft *flt *•*'• 
much JLgeBJ'. U 

- and warts, are pretty 
oerliin to find n3 btmd u Lbe? have ctet 
upon iL . bl The 

wise who travel io the undbrcrcimd r 
Bud see taring at them 

fr m over iLe beadi ol Lbeir T.s-a-Tis in the 
CJTTiases, or 1 



LJ5 APPOINTMENT- 






will also be acceptable. Fxoako will t 
tree of charge to alldet.: 



AMUSE3IEMS, Etc. 



California Theatre. 

Tbii theatre ni crtwd«d ;e*"'r'*j afternoon 
when as extra cei' baM » t- . 

evening. Tbe comedietta and L^fifS'f sketches 
went well, acd the cap ul corned; of "Naval En- 
gagements." was j,lay*d tfcrorfrt' s*. in a cbara- 
i j tad oateraJ itjle. ty W H- Lingard at 
Admiral K-ccstoo. Mih Alice Denning at Km 
Mary Mortimer. Mrs. Jodah a» MflL Colorel P«n- 
tif«v. Jobo T. Raymond aa Dentil. James Car- 
den aa Ueet. Kjsgstoa aod W. A M«iu;tr a* 
bbert, 1 te caaefiy *ti [ : '. ■ 

be appreciated by our ; UN capital 

bill will be preaeated to-algb* . 

Albambn Theatre. 

There is bat ens otlmon aboot l-s performance 
Kires at '.in moat popular place cf ■.maaemect:— 
ft is brisk, lively and eatertaiBjni from beginning 
to end. M. Aioslsy Soo'.'.'s Or.i part finale of 
"Scenes at tbe Forge." with Hester Engesieas 
Leonora is decidedly good: Vinac's oewsoi glare 
T»ry popalar. sad are encored ae>ia aad again ; 
Billy Emerson is unapproachable m t:» so ops and 
daoees. and aa "The Artful Dodder r £■ M- Hall's 
banjo playing is very fine, and S. S. Pardy is ^trrj 
UBosiag ia oerro acts. Elaborate prepera-ti 00 § 
are being made for the prodoction cf *"Xfw Grand 

Ducheaa." 

Bella Union Theatre. 

To-ai(ht Eiia Wetoer will awpetr ie her lisjbt- 
ning changes aad character ue;<: tbe Reynold! 
Brothers will perform their wonderful song aad 
danoe act: Le Fsrre will apaea.- ia "Sceaes in 
Paris;" Joh^ey Uaaaiag in Ha; p; Uncle Joba^ 
aad tie wbole compasy ia a rich asd Tarisd pro- 
eranuae. E! a Vesaer is a sjenniBB swCbfto, aad 
has created a see aeosatioa. 



Theatre Comlqoe. 

'.w play of "The F.ght f = r GoTferaor" if 
prodaced a;giily to crowded boas-es Jobcaj De- 
Aarelis baa made a great bit as the boodle id: 
Sally Tbiyer. tbe old war borse. is as popaiar as 
erer; Ida Fisk's eooga aad daccea are mocb ap- 
plaaded. aad Eva Silra's pretty ballads are rery 
pleasieg; Liaaie Baroioa'a come songs create 
mach amoaemeat. aad Lew Pe,r*er is great ia 
'The Fenian Soother." 



o^tr The Letrspaper or dtad wail, or omni 
beg IrjaileWbotrdt or fir.]«mf cf maKsace, aod 
rywtaexeh mm nj*irderer coes blood, 

- -rurch," *Gra3sbopper SewiDg Ma- 
close, "' a Itiud '. : dzll. iosenauble impression 
is produced. By-suid-bye, when either of 
these important cectssariea are in demand 
in the reader's family, and when there 1* an 
imprnwinri of donbt or ignorance, the poor 
aid-de-camp cf conce t, or contcions Buper- 
fahrirj, steps in atd aids the- advertiser. 
Where all are groping in the dark, it is hard 
to resist the oonscjons sense of staperioritv. 
"StarcL - :s a fellow called Kit- 

to, who seems to be in great demand; at 
least bis name ie everywhere. Sewing ma- 
chine ! Get tbe Grasshopper — only fonr 
guineas." It wi;] thus be seen that the ad- 

1 owes a good deal to the pardonable 
little infirmities of our nature. 



The Oxford Company, 

Mr. Charles Viac&at, proprietor and manager cf 
the Oxford Theatre, leases by lis iteamship Pel- 
ican, for Eareka, Hambeldt casty, to-morrcw 
momeag, for a professional tour of two weeks, 
wbea be will return aad inaugurate the Fall seaaoa 
of tbe Oxford with a new compaDj- from the East, 
wbo are slready eogkged. lie takes witb bim tbe 
1 ollowiag strong company: Mre. Thomas Arnold. 
_Miw riTOfHa gees.. M is: Tc'lr Leonid. Mil t Lu-" 
laSosuoers, alias Minnie Wilson. Mr. T. Arnold. 
Mr. Dan Lowry. Mr. P. Boam to 3 Mr. Geo. Low- 
den. Tbsa company will give a tbort reason of 
minstrel performances at tbe Koreke Theatre. 
We congnin are tbe people of Uamboldt on tbe 
prospect of amaaemeat. 



Oakland Races. 

Themes at tbe Oakland TrMtThg Park tc-day 
will be a mates trot for **■*. mile beate, three io 
fire in baroete. 6. Harris names s. g. Glycerine 
D. Berry sames ro. ft. Berkeley Bt. To-morrow 
there will be a race for a parse of 52». free for all 
donb!e tea at: 9:59 to first. 9-W to eecood. The 
track looks splendid, and the L?aaiy aad faabioc 
of Saa Fraaciaco aad Oakland grrce it aith tbeir 
presence. ^^^^-—^^^^^.^.^ 

William Horace JL*lncxard. 

Theonmberof dtfiTerei:tchari.ct ere which tbit 
artiste impersoDxtes\ is wonderful. The Cai;. 
fomla Theatre Is crowded, and between the 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where the red light tuarbs the Pis*™ R a a IMV( 



CalLfomia Cherries. 

Tncle Ned 13 a character, a genius, a pbil- 
oeopber. With all his professed antipatby 
to everything certiin, be is occasionally sur- 
prised into an acknowledgment of the merits 
of something brou ;ht to bis notice. It may 
be nothing more titan the cut of a garment, 
tbe speed of a borse, the architectural beauty 
of a building, or *be quality or size of some 
specimen of vegetable production; but he 
immediately qualifies Mb remarks with, "Ob, 
it does very well for these regions — it 
wouldn't be much in California, though." 

We had some very large cherries on tbe 
table one day last Summer. Afer survey- 
ing them for a moment. Uncle Ned remarked 
that ttiey beat anything he ever raw — and 
then there was a short pause^ — "that is to 
say. around here." 

"Uncle Ned," said I, "you never saw a 
cherry in California larger than those." 

"Well, pexhaps, I didn't." 

"Wby,' Baid E "how large are they in 
California, and how do they sell them?"* 

•'Well, "he replied, with all the gravity of 
a Judge, "that depends something, of CTUTBe 
opon tbe season of tbe year. They vary in 
size as well as in price. " Tbey sell them by 
the pound, and if yon only want a few 
pounds they geDerally charge' about twenty- 
five cents a pound; but if yen want a whole 
cherry they'll let y r -n have it for about fifteen 
centa a pound. "—[Eastern paper. 

How to Prosper. 

Two years and a half ago Mr. S. Popper 
started his Pioneer Shirt Manufactory at 
327 Kearny street, employing at fltret but a 
single sewing machine. He now runB fif- 
teen machines and gives constant employ- 
ment to a score of white workwomen, for 
Mr. Popper employs no Chinese labor. TbiB 
is merely another instance of how advertis- 
^leadB toBncces?,evjrLin toe dullest basi- 
nees times. Mr. Popper is a smart business 
man, and advertises his calliog liberally, 
acd tbe result is noted above. 



where tbe-y find whisky good cnottga iur ■'• 
Major In the 2»lnih"*~ a g^od thing to taka be 
fore "a drive to U19 Cliff Houte." soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," "par excellence," the 
beset to be obtained anywhere. fT*rmann is also 
also fam^d for his "bitter beer." untch is just 
the thing lor -'tbe upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro g>i<^.- 
the stage entrance of the Cain truim ineatre, 



To tli© Unfortuate, 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 033 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Prirate entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1£54, for tbe tre»tix."nt of chronic 
and special complaint*. Dr. G I M>on will make. 
no charge unless he effects a mre. 



The Howe Sewlnft ^lacnirte 

And Butteriok's Pattern AgendeB, haTe been 
removed to the splendid-new -'tre. 113 Kearny 
atreet, a few doors below ths old location. * 



A Popular Deuldt-rntiim. 

Sin FranrUcoaa its pocuU'ioa increases le 
being amply applied with all the luxuries and 
elegan?ie* of older cities. aTew estatUlhrnents 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to tbe city, Wisaxr & Co. hare just 
opened at No. 837 Bosh s'reet, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California aed the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific 0tbte3 Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, in beautifully furnished rooms for ladies 
and families, and altogether it bids fair to be 
the most popular institution in tbe city. Tbe 
W'11-known reputation of Mr. Winakx, who has 
been a wholesale ojeter dealer here for twenty 
yearn, and that of hie partner, Ckablet H^»^^T ■ 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, le icient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific OisiEi. riALOos will be conducted in every 
respect in a most noexe*p i?nable manner. • 



Well Established. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, Is never allowed to fall Into 
disuse; ever? year the sale of Casein's TTX 
Wild Grape Bitters increases, and thousands 
an bear testimony to their merit. * 



Tall Walking. 

"Satanella," tbe reliable correrpondent 
of the "Morning Call," makes the following 
statement: 

Weston completed on Friday night last 
his fe>t of walaiDg four hundred miles in 
five consecutive days. Ou the Tuesday 
morning previous be had finiebe<lbis ether 
task of walking one hundred aid twelve 
miles in eix hours. 

We don't believe Weston can walk over 
eighteen miles an hour and keep it up very 
long. 

A most excelleut old lady up-tovm is much 
ex ited in mind to know hew it is that a lit- 
tle quicksilver in a glass tube can make 
such awful hot weather by juse rising it aa 
inch or two. 



A school district in Massachusetts has -a 
committee of three, consisting of man, wife 
and daughter. Strange to say, the daugh- 
ter got tbe appointment of teacher agaiost 
all competitor*. 



That Cneer Laundry, 
321 Leldesdorff street, near Sacramento. 



Evorbody Buys Them. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Bteuart's r&nned sugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candles have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for year?, and tbe .1-m does an immense 
trade, both in tbe jibbing and retail line. * 



Horton'a Tobacco A.xitl<lote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
jreat success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under tbe name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar Bounding titles. l:e not de- 
ceived. Take only Hortcn's. Bee that the name 
af Hag fc Schmidt, 535 Commercial st. Is on the 
wrapper. Hro & Scgatrci, Successors to P. J. 
EMlly, Agents. __^^__ • 

The Elixir or -South. 

For which tbe sages and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corvillo k Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too tate, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, eitner 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast In 
tbe shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
re m a i n glorious forever. * 



The night wae 



o 1 .' - ^nd dreary, 

1 ;;*■:: a PJJBB i 



Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
Ihronic and epeciac practice, and as such Is now 
the most successful of any Physician In Ban 
franciBco. Office 619 Sacramento street, corner 
Bf Leldeedorff, a few door below What Cheer 
3ouae. • 

A- JPleaetant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
.OQtral location, should visit the Alharobra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there. 
The building is a very fine one and it -rell 
lighted and ventilated. «g 



_nd. 



A thivngc! 



rtat*ly mansion, 
3 and uxor? bide, 
. Dd mneic 

tfcbj.n and pride. 



-moads 
en hair. 
That fell o'er marble *x. 
L-t the teaati/ui and fsar. 

The guests were gay and merry, 
An j dreamed of tbe happy time 

Wben the? t-ht-uld plec ge tne wedding 
In draughts ol t**e rnoy wine. 

For tbe merchant'e only daughter 
Waa 10 give ber daiary hand 

In aaTrteiw te an'ble, 
Tbe g:t&te*.t In all the land, 

Wbile waiting for ber coming 
In \'l- Uaat wleam, 

Wonder and terror seized tnem. 
As they beard a piercing scream. 

1* came from the lady's chamber, 
A tower ot bliss and pride, 

;'een wailing maidens 
■Were creasing the lovely bride. 

Tbey crowded hill and stairway, 
and peered through the open door 

Whe ac lay tbe cold proud lady, 
Aghast, uj. on the floor. 

-. She smiled upon them sadly. 

And eaid, thru' her Sonnets and lace, 
" i e*i not fer me, ray maidens. 
But no wedding can take place. 

They gazed upon each other, 
and w tb carses oe p, not loud, 

Ifee* s.nget thtlr cloaks and coaches, 
A disappointed crow d. 

But ere they left, a whisper 
Was ecaoed down the stair — 

A maid, quite accidentally, 
Bad burned the purchased hair. 



A mulatto woman called Madame Angelo 
has just walked 1000 miles in England, in as 
many Lours, being the third pereon known 
who has accomplished this feat. 



All Forty-niners "broke" will take part in 
the Fourth of July procession. It will be a 
big turn -out. 

Of CorB-ffi.— "Are cats good to eat, mo- 
ther?' "Of course they are, my son— good 
to eat mice." 



The Bestlt.— An Iliinoisian who wanted 
to take something took a set of false teeth, 
and is now io jail. 

Err Oyer-— An exchange wittily remarks 
of a oertain General, that Lie sword was 
never drawn but once, and then it was in a 
Baffle. 



Thbee BziBoyB.— An agent of the Massa- 
chusetts Society for tbe Prevention of Cruel- 
ty to Animals gives three reasons why he 
did not prosecute a man charged with 
cruelty, viz: " Penitence, promisee and pov- 
erty." — 

Rew Furnisuns Goods, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



Those Who Leave the City 

■Tjtk jaaat to tbe coLfntry or wateiaiE places 
without a eapplyof DB. GOURAUD'S ORIEN- 
TAL CKEAM will regret it, for taeir skins will 
terribly Tan. Freckle and Redden, all of which tbe 
nse of tbe Oriental Cream will prevent. Thou- 
sands of ladies will testify to tbe fact. Of the 
bi&dj Itaes attributed to tbe various skin lotions 
daily advertised, scarcely one-tenth are ever real- 
ized: moreover, several are positively injurious 
to the health fcrm tbeir repellant properties, and 
io many instances absolutely peel off tbe skin. Dr. 
G. iecoasaantlT in receiotof notices setting forth 
these facte. Dr. Gouraad'e Oriental Cream is not 
the creature of mere advertising notoriety- it ie 
recommended from one customer to another. This 
has extended its sale until ic haa become a spe- 
cialty by its own merits. Ladies who hive not 
used this preparation should give it a trial. Pre- 
pared only by DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD, No. 49 
Bond ureet: Laboratory. 55 Great JoneB street. 
New York : and sold by leadine druggists thr&aeh- 
on- the United Sta'*s and Can 41 as. Hen Crac- 
ci=co Acem*: RfcDIVGTON, HUbTETTEP. 4 
CO.; CKA..NE £ BK1GHAM. 



Save Your* Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union ia *he beat place to 
invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in about eight years, to $250. Invest. 
ers can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months witb withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at the otace, lis Post street, for information. * 



I>o Y.oix Know 

That with Bcttcrice's PATtEBys you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deroing, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between gutter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 



B Y 



YOUNG MARRIED MAN. AN OUT- 

situation as Collector, Stripping Clerk 

erk, or us drivh-r of a light wagon : is a 

or. wiiics a fair hand, and has an 

-nonledpe of the cit> -; would accept any 

respectable situation that would pay bim a living 

salary: g"*d ref-rences as to honesty, ability a.nd 

steady babtte. Addre-s I". O. J., Figabo OrBue. 

ju21 tf 



*r ■ /± : ir> 1 1- ;^ ! 

FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION, CAI L ON 
oraddress Mrs. A. B C„ No. XL Hitrmon 

itreei. i-ao tranci.-co. juSlm 



CALANTHINETI 






WHERE 

TO 

GET 

TOUR 

MONEY'S 

■WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. Y. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WI 

DO NT 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOR 

THEM. 

ALL 



70S. 



jnMtl 



GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 

712, 714 and 716 

Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE THK PLAZA.) 



OCEAN HOUSE 



tbe Ocean House and Track for a term of 
1 ears, and having engaged 

FLEST-CLASS C00ES, STEWARDS AND 
BARKEEPERS, 

li now ready to attend to tbe wants of all his old 
friends wbo may favor bim witb a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make his guests comfort- 
able and bappy. 

•JT- Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

CEO. TT. DICKEY, 

ap29ti Proprietor. 



NO SORE RCUND-SHOULDERED 

s 



MEN 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IS LOCATED AT.... 

«5T Washington street, next Door to 

the Hull of Record a. 

MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

at toe last Mechanic's Fair, for tbe best dis- 
play of Hats, both to style and quality. Cus- 
tomers will please remember teat the di- 
ploma ia placed in tbe window so they cannot be 
deceived as to the place where to purch&Be the 
BEST HATS at tbe CHEAPEST RATES. It 
tbe first Hat Store below Kearny street, fe ft-tf 



SPECTACLES l*IY SPECIALTY! 



WnOIESALE AM) BIT1IL. 

SO Years' Experience 

OPTIciur, 

20.> Montgomery Street, Bnu BTocb, 

jn23tf San Fraocieoo. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

MED I CAT, rtECTlalCIAN, 

Proprietor of DR. BOURNE'S well-known 
BATHS AND RfUSNETID BATTERY, 

IO jMASOMO TEMPLK. POST STEFET, 
X\J obar Montgomery and Merket, San F aactson 
for tbe cure of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POTSOS. NEURALGIA, and otoer Nervous Com- 
plaints, etc. Asabath for tbe h«aithy. perfectly 
loxu-iant, and. toourifv tbe blood, unequalled 
mmr- The LADIES; DKPARTMKHl is undor the 




The Champion and Pirot-action 
Braces. 

THESE BRACES. IN THEIR PFCUUAR 
conEtruction, have all the advantages of Ss*. 
penders and Shoul ler-Bmces combined. 

1st.— They do not disarrange the stiirt-botom. 

2d.— Tbey cannot sHp off the thouldcre. 

3d —Tbey gire no strain on the breast. 

4th. — Each section of the pacits can be adjusted 
independently. 

5th.— By means of the adjustable back-strap, a 
ger tie and powerful brace can be obtair ed. 

6th.— Tbeir eate and convenience commend them 
to everyone, acd no person after tuica; there, will 
ever U'e the old-fashioned pnspenders axatn 

BarPatented Ocwiber 10.1S65. Beware o<-*friag. 
ing on these patents, forsaieby 

C. H. BIEK, 
Sole Agent for tbe Pacific Coast. »i» Market 

street, below Stockton, ban Fr*nciaco. 

■rsT-Trade sur-piied at liberal discount. ju23 un 



Ph^risians Becomarencl 
Ana over 500-000 Peonie tnttort- 

D R HENLEY'S 



CJEL.E BKATEB 




IXt. BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OE THIS REALLY -WOK- 
derful IONIC, after a series o- years and ex- 
periments, has succeeded in bringing before the 
Sablic all that can be desired of a pare Tonic and 
«o operator. 

Headache, Biliousness and Constipation, general 
Debility and Lose of Appetite all are caused by 
the derangement of the Stomac'n. Liver and other 
functionaries of the system. The IXX Bitters 
have been encCBBsfnllv used and n_r» wiTT'rtf^ t? 
alleviate the sufferer in all tbe above cases. 

H. EPSTEIN & CO., 
Successors to L GROSS & CO Sole Propriet© 
of Dr. Henley's I X L Bitters. 

518 Front street, San Francisco. 
T Ln Halle street. Chlcn K o, III. dsj 



FAVORITE TALLEJ0 ROUTE 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD 



charge of MRS. McSPARREN. 



ju7 In 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 



fessor of Great Mysteries, comer 
of Washington sod Stockton, o.-ai 
tbe fruit store, Diafaosis and cures 
eicanese after recovery ia impossible..' 
Prof. S. has valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for love, good luclc. Also, see 
your intended. Fee. Fifty Cents and ap. B'outb 
from 11 a. ar. to 4 P. M-, and 7 to 9 p. m. ju2l im« * 




A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 
by a gentleman speaking Kneltsh, French 
Spanish and Italian fluently. Is conversant with 
commercial operations, aad can give the test of 
ref-rences. Would accept a commission or travel- 
ing agencv. Haa been three years in one bouse 
Address G. A.. Figaro Office. j Q 8 tf 



J.F. &H.H.SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and S&nsome streets to their new 
four-story warerooros 

N. B — We wish to impiefs upon tbe public that 
we Can make it to heir advantage to call and>io- 
epect cor stock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

-\o. 318PIXE STKF.F.T, 

Between Montcimery and Suniome «jte. 

jn9 tf 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND OONVEY- 
ancer— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
dro, directly opposite the Court House. 
. FARMS and HOMEST* ADS for sale acd to let 
in verioup parts of Alameda county. ap2Slm 



M. KANE, 

DEALER I.V WINES LIQUORS AND 01- 
gars, cor. Jeeeie aod First stree'.e. Lja24 1m 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale aod Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Cwarfc JExchnnce. Bear Cltr IHall. 

,9- Hot Lnooh daily fromUbo 2T.K. 
gers' Stores pot op at the Bhortest notice 



AND §TEAMER CAPITAL 
Snmmcr Arrangement. 
SHORTEST ADD MuTTcOMrORTAELE LINE. 

Savlnir SO Miles 1b Dlatonce. nnd 3 hours 

In time to Muryavllle and 52 

Miles to Sacraments. 

Rannlne Palace Curs, equipped vtlth Mil* 
ler*a Safety Platfurtn and Conplera. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) eacr 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Fast 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
LeavesFrontPtreet Wharf. Sfiu Fran cihco, at 8A.aT. 
connpetiacat Vallejo wi*h ojusof OaliforniaPatTifla' i 
Railroad, b. which passeneers arrive at Sacramento 
at 12:15 P. SL. Marysville at S:!- 1 )?. M-, aod Calistoga | 
at .12:45 p. M.ttlin leaves ban bracciscoat JP.1L, 
by which passei.ge™ reach Sacrameoto nt S:15p. 
n„ Marysviile ai 9:SLi p. M-. and (Jalistoga at 7:45 
P. M. 

GOING SOTTH : 

Mornioc Express Trains leave* Marvevi lie at «:JI 
a. m.. Matramento at 7:3 1 a. m.. acd Calietoga at 
• :3l»A. il, arriving at San Francisco at 11:30 a. M. 

Afternooo Express Train !eav..s Marvsville ait 1 P. 
at., Sacramentoat 3;3() p. m,, and Calistopa at 2:48 
P. M-, arriving at fc^n fraocieco at 7:^0 p.m. 
SVSHATX TBAISS AMD BOAT. 

Sunday Express Train leaves Marysville at 10:16 

M., Sacramento 2:20 P. w., and Calistoga at 3p. 
M.. arriving at San FranciFco at t>:4.T P w. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sundays leaves I 
San Francisco at 8:30 A. M. ; passengers arriving at 
Vallejoat 10:15 a. it., Sacrnmento at 1:45 p. at, 
MarysfilleK 5 p.m., arsl Calietoga at 12:40 P. M 
Returning, leaves VaUejo on arrival of trains from 
Calistofraand Marysville at5 P. m , arriving at Saa 
Franciicoar ^rii P. sr. 

Procure tickets at y& Montgomery street or on I 
board the Steamer CAPITAL. Bagcage called for 
and checked from residences, hotels, etc., by th* I 
S. F. Bapeac Exnrt ss Company. 

L. 0. FOWLEB, R. S. MATTTSON, % 

G»n FreifihtandPa-R. Ag't. Superintendent. 

VwllPjn. May fii.h.lsTl. mjStf 



Uss Faulkner's Chemical Writing Plaid, 

It flows freely from the pen, and is the best 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THE WORLD-RENOWNED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TO 
Mokelumne Station. Peek h Go's Stage Line 
Concord Coaches from Mokelumne Station to Big 
Trees, leaving San Francisco at 8 a. M. every day, 
stopping over night at. Mokelumne Hill, and arriv- 
ing at. Big Treee at 12 at, next day. Returning, 
leave B gTrres at 2 P. M„ stopping over night at 
Mokelumne Hill, leaving next morning at fj}£, and 
arriving ntMokslumne S'R'ion next day in titre to | 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains East pnd 
WeBt, arriving at. San franci^co at 5 P. M , makina; 
the round trip io 2 days and 10 hours. 

FAKE: 
Kfotelnmne Station to Bis; Tree**....® » 
EonuaTrlp 10 

■pa-For Jorther particclars.'spply to 

P. IX. K.J3AK. Agent, 
in2? lm No. OSS Clay street, San Francisco. 



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CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



NEW THEATRE COMIQUE 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



LIIV 

ALICE DUWIYIWC 




HAYES PARK & PAVILION 



ELLA WESNER! 



'Paviag the Way." "Raeketty Jack.- tad 
'CbAinpagBa Charley." 




Pretty Piece of Business 






l.t. H>rbw, I lie I I 
Btt. Ml. t -t wTt l. .e 



WM. HORACE LINCARD 



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• to (to> *••>■•> 



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Til* !«••« Slrl a»f laa D«i WM BOnUi « !.| VOAILO 
1 »rt.. i.,k. mr N.m* WM Mi A AD 

The T-«*« Wlin,. Tar-' th* Para.. 

| Jliki. %Y-.ial* a Itowo ■>■■« 



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I aW t*»- 

WWI LOPfZ ADO HI* rOUH PUPIL* 



Tin: n<;in fok <.o\i:h\ok 



Ml— ■!*»•*• 



Imitations Eitraordinary on the Violin. 



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Tho Fenian Soother 



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OM Ms-«*l*>nralB. 
. ■ I tier FtWr, •#*•• *te. 

I Of lb* WofM'i CalebHU"* ; 
"■lit.**, -f Prvwla. L-aW Na.a«t*«a, Oar Raff- 
tot, Jaat- HUwIImc llerae* Omlfj, HW-n 
■ •>«p*a>. Mi-lea. a aa T«ams. C*a. Oraat. 

To — UaJl wlih tba r»l«a •nutted i 

A DAY AFTER THE WEDDING 

D*»l Fr~lor» Wm. II nc Llbrtrd 

Lar.BlTtr. J A.Bmlih 

j— D b*1b „ John T. fUftuODd 

f*a*b«H R J. Prcbton 

UJy Ellz. --.b .lie. Dar,aln( '.Ini.rd 

aTttt't Mr.../ndbb 

VDvtn.lb.bbor. Mr. bad Mr*. Ltnabrd will ilngthi 
ejaai lean bed Peb. Hi front "O Tnnun" 



Ana* 



r»nRT W.t..t.r 

Jnk> WaUeea 

I.Wflr ll«rta*n 

V% .lit*. ... ll»Aprl<< 

Ii« tllTa 
.&•«• Pfirhrr wad Ova. 1 ■■>■- i 
. . Anal. I.MNiMr 



ROSE DURAND IN CHARACTER SONCS 



< 1"« llni. . 



■ fl->mi Murphy 



THE HAUNTED HOTEL! 

Jake Wallae. a**) .... Johnny DsAngalis 



<•B-jtr-.-r.fi Mtxlr II art. 



To conclude "lib 



Dancing on the Brain 

Cb.rt. I t rt bf lb* »niirt Comp4or. 



MONDAY EVKNINQ. J.lr 10-Flitt tppur.nct of 

E. M. Hall, the Creat Banjoist, 

Forma ill of ■.ninoDi. Alio, 

Tho 3Eloyxi.*olaza»» Brotlxor« 

Cleorgc -m<l (hurley. 



Ad-I..l.n . ... 

Uoora open a. . 



leant UMjr tare ta*a* ttM 

Hayes Park Pavilion 

AMI Mil fin • 

HUM < I *xs I MEBTAINMI vr 

Tttrt on 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON JULY Vth 

fbrfonabor. lb roBmthr. bl MO T M. 



A llTi o Lo Favro 

Tb* r-»aaat4>r 

loyriold» TJrotliorB 

la tba.tr Daaato a*a«a a*4 Puaaaa. 



MME. LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPILS 

Tda? ••atnajr*! I>r-l n> •aly t Veatra Ola*. 

And many bot*I ud AllractlTt raaluraa will b* pi-**eDt«d. 



>.0 lUjaoitla | 
raar* 



• tlr i.m.iif 
-aar* V» W»-t M> 
Maa *i"i tka Waaalaa Ua« 
nraja»--rm*Ja 
Ma>attar Walb.Araaad 







Ovfartara 

fft-rpr \ aar I m .I.taai J-kaar Maaalat. 

Oraaca Bloaaoa ..rfaakJoaaa 

... Minn Mr»»a f 

Sou at.l Danea, 

'I K<«nll.v Vital] Explrr!" 

Qaarpa aaal ffJIaarlva laraaMa, 



■ Mlnata Oarhya 



■aTTba foil profframina will appaar In Satarda*'* Fiqabo. 



JOBUNT TrER8 It C. BROOKS, l-roprletori. 



Tba rnr.|.i»!lad Protaao Artlat. 

Miss ELLA WESNER 

Hardatlaaatloaal htr ( •tabralad Hpaotaltr. 

" OJta4»xiAic>49A«xi.a9 Oharloy," 

llaa eraaUd ainra c*aa(Da applaaaa tbaa aaaff «raaud 
anroibar Artlat la lha UalUd HUUi. 



Orat-tara Orobaatra 



LEARNING TO AOTI 

«»» K*»ff wa Harrr Thompaoa 



Hn«K aad Daata 



Faoaf Oarrataon 

Hlaachr Kutly 



Xaar N««ro Act of 

A NICHT IN THE WHAT CHEER HOUSE 

Oaorga cad Cbarlaa Raraotd*. 
Concladloi witb Alina La Farra'a Uraat Plai of 

SCENES INT PARIS 

FRAILTY. Qa-anof tba Blondai ALINE LE PAVRE 



Mr. Fitrwillian.. 

Mra. Fuze ill, an 

TatnptatiOD — , ( 

NonebaUnce JOriaattaaof Paria { 

Innooanoa ) * 

Moo a. Petal 

Hobs. Dupm 

Olarlaa 

Josapb Myera, a Dutchman 

Mona. La Doi.i obampa*na awrll.. .. 
Job Daclclesi (witb aong and daaca)., 



..Johnny lUnniDg 
..Miooio Flllmopa 
. ..Ma*K.e Brawar 
..Faonr (;»rr*l»on 

ftl/lla Ulaooha 

May Laror 

Bally Hanry 

..Toaapbloa 



jtTHi 



Eureka Range 

The beat Coo king Appa- 
ratua now I n t he market. 
A Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
Economica l In Fuel, and 
Handsome in Design. It 
gives universal satisfac- 
tion. Try ItT" 

rOB BALB BY 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

■tU. Illaad lit Batlaryitrvet if 



CBOVt 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Cutting: 



EtDQUlRTERS, 



fiUootgomerrtt. 



or roam bum nooai. 



MRS. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKER. 
FIRST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

•"•TO* to Bf«- tam Kcnrt, blrtWt, 
, Boom Wo. ». Htoond Floor. 



D. HICKS & CO., 
BOOK-BINDERS 

AM aUM-WOI MANUFACTURER!, 

No. O^a Clm,-y Street, 

*a> nuionco, 

Aa4 Ba J .tree*. . ttrtntalt. Dc*-tf 



■MB 
bMbi 






Uii Paulknep , i Cliemical Writing Fluid, 

A doaa Dot corrode or olog the poa. 



ttHaMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 






/IBELT FUBJCiaiLBD BOOMS, BUI- 
■1 • or lb tnl tt, 
Wbll Uaktctl aa< Teatll.ted. 



£«!, aISS&Ia "iagl^ 



DINNER, 

DESSERT. BREAKFAST, 



■nilTini 

TBA 



8ET8. 



8ET8. 



PEARL WHITE, 

Elcwaat Mhapca, ITS Plec«a **5 SO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

IM Flrcfa *(& 

CUT GLASS SET, 

*5 Piece. ttlio ao 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

S7 Plceea sis oo 

! Silver-plated Service, 

1 Bant Castor ) 

1 doron aaob las, and f - . «».„-.„ aui Km > 
Table Spoona ( ** Plecea. . . .»»1 SO 

1 douo Madiam Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

J "With Pearl TThlte VOO OO 

(With French China StloOO 

OUARANTKKD PIR3T-OLAS8 GOODS, and 
packed or dallTarad FREE OF CHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pine Street, 

IbUtf MI PKANCINOO. 







TKOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

A.TTOBWK1T AT X.A.Xr, 

(Aveeat Traaoal..) 

Room iro. a, ko8. *i« and tib momt- 
, Eom*rritrb.t.bMtild.(oT«rF r baA-'ifibloos), 
b«tw~a WvialAitan uljMbtv 4. bM> 




TO TBI LOTIEi OF 

SONGIANO SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TOl 
aooiaty ia at Uia 

4- 



SALOON! 



REMOVED TO SPLENDID NEW KOOMS. 
NO 12 MO N TOO U EK ~r 8TUF.KT, 

Ffrbt Floor, Opposite Mttooic Temple. 
FBIl'ID BfEDCCBD. 

bpiodta 



Armory Skating Rink, 

',;'."■ Howard atreet, near Second. 

THE MANA- 

g«ra take pleasure 
ID nnnoiiiioinK 
that alter barioc 
a lacffe force of 
oarpentera at 
work, their 




OPEN 



New Floor 

ie completed : and 
alio tbat tn e Rink 
Trill be _ 

filTT3 XrX>^ab."g"*3. 

VIZ1IVA * AMES. 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

C0RNKR.OF COMMERCIAL AND LEIDES- 
dorff streets, haviog been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new tsittiog room added id front, is 
now ready to receive LoriRera by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICE of «A. :i7'n and 
rtOc. BY THE NIOHT. and BY THE WEEK, 
VJ I AO to (*-i aod »a ).* ft- for Sinele Rooms. All 
the rooma ar« furnished witb FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. ' he Houae aud Beds are kept thoroughly 
clean and free from motquitos. 

■O-HjUSK OPEN ALL NIGHT. Persons li<r- 
inv in or vinii. inn thn nitv will find this one of the 
BK8T AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

KALSTON dS (OTTHELL, 

apS lm Proprletora, 



SOfl Ulaalon atreet, bet. Second and New 

MontKomdy, 

Every Saturday INijirlii. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT StSO SHARP. 

N. B,— A apaoious Club Room to let for ooe or 
two oiRbtS a week, witb every convenience for 
bund Practice, Club meetings, etc. Moaic furn- 
ished for parties. 

royM HOLLAND A EAGLES. Proprietor* 1 . 



D. Bruce, 

DRUGGISTS' STEAM 

Printer, 

HAS BEHOVED TO ' 

Sec.iMontg'ry 



Opp. old ofllce. 



91 



W- A. HUGHES, 

51G Clay atreet, between I*elde**>orr and 
SanaoBie. 

KEEPS THE BBS. 

"A. A. A. WHISKEY,' 
Marriah s No. 3 Ale, 

BREWED EXPRESSLY FOR OAJ^^ORNTA. 

Large aaaortment of Freaoh BnUKi* , Booteb 
Wb.<aky, Janaaloa Ran, Holland Gin an* Forarlgn 
ud JLKimeetlo "WUaa oi all kin da aa3-tf 



GLORIOUS VICTORY 1-FIRST 
PremiumH and Silver Medals award- 
ed to FUOAZIS URIEM'AIi OIL 
HAIR DYE, at the San Francisco 
Fairs in 18«4. 'fifl and '83; at Sacra- 
mento In lHia. 'R5, 'tilt. '87 and '70; alao 
at Stockton and Marysville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye ie the beet, simplest. 
easiest applied in Uie world. Work 
done in a few seconds ; id twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiekera to he seen. Free from Sugab 
Lfad, Lao Sulfbub. or othar poisonous, healtb- 
deetroyine drugs used in other hair prepnra'toos. 
One application, natural brown ; two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equals this Oil for tbe Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI, K street, near 
Third. Sacramento; HUG A SCHMIDT, M* Com- 
mercial et., San Francisco; GATES A RHODES, 
San Joae. Ask yunr druggist for it. my4 tf 



Dr. Zeiles New Russian, Turkish 

— AXD — 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladles and Gentlemen* 

l»a. *■■ PmclSe atra* 

THE BBST AND MOST COMMODIO M, 
Ubllahment of tha kind, althar in Eurapaet 
America. Convenient and separata apartmanU. 
Bathing by Huam, by Hot Air, and by Plats Of 
ModloBtad Water*. Snitoaof room* In tho tavat 
bollaUng for private patian ta. tn23 In. 



NAPA^ODA. 

THE MATVRAL WATER as TARRM 
FROM THE SPRINGS AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
used for tbe paet thirteen years, with tbe moat 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuabla 
properties, a* will be seen by tbo following 

Analysis of the Kn»n Soda Spring** 

By Dr. L. Lanzwrkut, Practical Ohemist, May, 
Temperature, Fahr 93 

Roeidinm from Evaporation;^ ^-gallon, gra. ...17 

Bicarbonate of Soda 3 38 

Carbonate of Magnesia 53 

Carbonate of Lima ..2 72 

Chloride of Sodium I 30 

Subcftrbonato of Iron .....1 86 

Sulphate of Soda. 

Siliceoue Acid 

Alumina lo 

Loss... 0B2-1T •■ 

We, tbo undersigned, phyaioianB, practicing In 
the city of San Francisco, have examined tbe re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lanzweort, Prao- 
tioal Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The water, according to this ex- 
amination, possesses Aperient Antacid and Tonio 
properties, which cannot fail to be very beneficial 
ia the treatment of Chronic Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: H M. Gray, M. D. ; Arthur B Stout, M. D.f 
JCP. Whitney, M- D.; A. F. Sawyer, M, D.; Oba*. 
Bertody. SI. D. ; Wm. O. Ayres, M. D. 

a*r- For Bale at all saloons throughout tha city 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly aza 

anted at tbe Napa Soda Agency. ISA b UTTER 

STREET. 

luiHltf T W. FKNM. Agent 



h Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

For sale to tbe trade, at 405 aad 40i Sansome 

Street 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

BAJB Montvopierr .treet, cornbT in*. 

ROBERT MAYERS. 

japan & China Goods' 

A Jfovelty — Japanese Napkins. 

and Chinese Back Scratches-*. 

AMERICAN WATCHES, CALA. DIAMONDS 

ia*v Etc. Etc. im 



F. MANSELL & CO., 

HOUSE. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAHNTTRiR.S, 

4IS. FIB* ITBIR, (.11 



GXalFFJEXOUSZSI 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 

FOAMmlSUBFI MONSTER SEA LIONS ! 

Elegant Breakfasts. Lunches, Din- 
ner! and Suppers 

BBUTO TOIB WIFE I 

BUIKU TO UK TAMUT 

BKHO TOIB LIST FJUBHBa 

An bojbj b rlow of the floMt OOZAF PAnoAUU 

ia tht whole world, .11 la tlbht ol tab 

world-rbtjwn.d 

QOIiDKN OATBI 

Witb b f a«t of whi(*-wl.f .d MWun watazia 

from .T.rj pbrt of th. nnwibitrrl.1 world. 

bV~ Ntw Lis. Bn»ttt, coooftrtinf with Strbb 
Obrb bt Lose Mountain trerr 18 DianUb h.Tbblbb 
for th. Olifl Bout. Bbrb U bbbtb. 



m beo. ».3rj day, eicep* BtmdAf, D* 

J. 2?_ BOQARDTJS 

—AX— 

532 Merchant 8t. and 535 Wainin*t° n St 
Below Montgomery Black. 



THURSDAY .JULY 6, 1871 



TO HOTE L K EEPERS. 

"JRC****" '• "» al,ed e^eT mornlDK to 
• 11 the hotele on the Pacific Couit. P~ 
prlctora of pew hotel* who have noty*' 
received It will bawe It forwarded free 

•f charge on vending u» their addreaa. 



FIBARO ON THE CAU. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

VIGAKO la thorouiibiy dlatrlbated ev- 
•rydayon the car* of the California Pa- 
cific Ballroad, leoTtng MaryaTllIe for 
Vallejo and Sua PrancUco at 1 o'clock 



FIGARO ON THE_OAKLAND BOATS. 

tOO " Figaros" are dlmtrlbnted on the 
Oak-land Perry boat* every afternoon, 
mostly among the paairngeri arriving by 
the great Overland Train. 



FIGARO ON THE_VALLEJO BOAT. 

SOD "Figaro*" ore distributed every 
day among the pa*»engeri on the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
Tallejo to thl* city. 



FIGARO Q:i THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

"Figaro" 1* circulated every day on the 
ears of the Son i hern Pad lie K. B. which 

leave Son Joie for thla city at 3:SO P.M. 

« — 

"Figaro" 1* etrcalated every day at 
She Skating Blnk. 



Dra vrlHf? to a Cloae. 

The grand musical concert for the benefit 
of the Pioneers' and Library Associations 
of Sacramento will positively como off on 
the 18th of this month. Only a few days 
remain to purchase tickets. There will be 
bo reduction in the prizes; therefore, though 
those who have speculated in this affair have 
had to wait a little longer than they expeot- 
•d, they will all- b» satisfied in the end. 
Borne one is bound to win a big prize and 
we hope that the money will be kept in Sac- 
ramento or Bent here. 



Cheer Up! 

The Central Pacific Railroad Company are" 
about to move their offices from Sacramento 
to this city. UoFadden's Block, corner of 
MW Montgomery and Markot Btreets, oppo- 
3 it* the Grand Hotel, is fitting up for their 
reception. Have courage, Oak] an elites, the 
Central will yet establish their headquarters 
in your burgh. This movement indicates a 
nearer approximation to it, at any rate. 
That, at least, is a consolation. 



Serlons lllneas of Commissioner Can. 
navan. 

We regret to state that Mr. P. H. Canna- 
van was stricken down with apoplexy early 
yesterday morning, and is now lying at the 
point of death. He has lain insensible for 
over thirty hours, and scarce a hope is enter- 
tained of his recovery. 



The Darlen Ship-Canal Survey. 

Hew Yo&k. July 3.— Panama letters of Ue 
20th alt., elate that the survey of the Napepi 
Hirer route for the Darien Ship Canal 15 satis- 
/aciory, the route having been demonstrated 
practicable, and that Commander SeltiMge wae 
at Panama a wailing the return ui tbe surveying 
party which fad ascended the Atraio Biver, 
and for tbe store-ship Guard, when tbe entire 
expedition would sail. Should the Guard uoi 
arrive before July 3d, Commander Seltndee 
nod tbe "Qlcertf of the expedition will proceel 
to New Yor« on tbe steamer of that dale. 



Indispensable.— In England a black stove- 
pipe hat is indispensable, if one would be 
regarded as respectable. 

.lllsr'i X-tlvlns: «t l_*ow Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
men are supplied with dinners at a low cost 
par plate, hut It neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
street, San Fr&nciseo, within twenty paces of 
the Bulletin office, rerves better fare at lower 
cost every day in the year. What would the 
Boetonlans think of a dinner composed of the 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large place of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of ice cream, all for 25 cents? A 
half bottle of California wine with It will cost 
ten rents more. These are the regular bill of 
fare chargeB at the California Bettaurant. In 
fare how is that for high ? In price, how Is that 
for low 



The Wonders of California. 

Visitors from tbe East Bee the wonders of 
California which the residents have never 
visited. There is no excuse now for not 
saeing the Big Trees, which are the wond. r 
of the world. By Peek & Co's new route, 
you can start to-day at 8 a. m., arrive at He- 
kelumne at 7 p. m., where you rest for the 
night in a comfortable betel. Up in the 
morning early and drive through some of 
the prettiest teener j in the world and arrive 
at Calaveras Grove at 12 m. The expense 
of the round trip from Mokelumne Station 
is $16. With the month of July warm 
weather has set in, and numbers will visit 
the Calaveras Grove of giant TreeB by this 
new, speedy and economical route. P. H. 
Kean, 622 Clay street, is the agent. 

Self-Se verity. 

We are often Belfishly Bevere with self. 
We may be absorbed in one occupation and 
to that too exclusively may we devote telf. 
That portion of self tires and cries out for 
rest. It makes known its weariness by pe- 
riods of gloom, depression, ennui. We 
want amusement. Here, dancing, the par- 
lor skate, the velocipede, prove useful. 
But dignified self deems such things trivial 
and childish. And so dignified self mopes 
and glooms, becomes miserable and makes 
all miserable around it. 



Smart Young Alan. 

According to the Elmira Advertiser , a 
drug clerk in Willi amsport recently put up 
a prescription for a young lady friend of a 
dose of castor oil. She innocently inquired 
how it could be taken without, tasting. He 
promised to explain to her, and in the mean- 
time proposed to drink a glass ef soda water 
with her. When he had finished he said: 
"My friend you have taken your oil and 
did not know it." The young lady was near- 
ly crazy, and cried: "Oh dear, it wasn't for 
myselfl wanted the oil; it was for mother." 



John Mobrissey Vindicates His 
House — John Morrissey publisher the fol- 
owing card In the Saratogian: 

Saratoga Springs, June 18th. 

To the Editor of the Daily Saratogian:— 
Sir— The report is going tbe rounds oi the 
newspapers tbatmy house is open to ladies 
to gamble in. I desire to contradict the 
story flatly through your columns. I have 
lived in Saratoga nine years, and do lady has 
s^er gambled or will ever gamble, in my 
Inuse. By request, ladies have been ad- 
mitted to look at the house and furniture, 
but the comment it has occasioned far and 
near prompts me to decline any further 
visits from them. Furthermore, my house 
is intended fcr visitors— not residents of 
Saratoga. 

Very respectfully, John Mobrisset. 



Catebmllae Yeab.— We notice in our 
exchanges, says the Trinity Journal, that 
this is ca led the in-t-et year in the Eastern 
States. At Weaverville Basin and vicinity 
it might well bs termed the caterpillar year. 
These insects made their appearance last 
Spring in almost incredible numbers. 
Along the rosd from Weaverville to Junc- 
tion City tbe cbaparal and other bushes 
were bo thickly covered that as far as the 
eye could distinguish the living, crawling 
masses of caterpillars hid the foliage from 
view. They appear now to have greatly 
decreased in numbers, but where they were 
>--<ngregated so thickly, the buBheB upon 
w rich they spun their webs are destitute of 
leaves, and with their bare branches and 
stripped stems look odd indeed. 



A Fbenoh Notice. — Saint Maar got to be 
a favorite resort for suicides. To stop it tbe 
authorities put up a notice: 

By order of the police, 

No person or persons allowed 

To drown themselves here 

By acoident or imprudence. 



Frightened Htm.— A Chicago lady lately 
dropped one of her eyebrows in the church- 
paw, and dreadfully frightened a young man 
sitting next to her, who thought it was his 
moustache. 



'The City of Chttbches.— Brooklyn is lit- 
erally the city of churches, there being two 
hundred and twenty-one places of worship 
within its borders, Seven new churches are 
now going up there. 

The Only. Ones. — Striped snakes are now 
protected by Michigan farmers as " the only 
critters that will eat potato-bugs with a 
relish," 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small pro-It e ; 
no.bad. debts. Adopted by J. A. Bhabeb, & Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place In 
town to buy furniture and bedding. x 

a — 

Iff You Want 

lour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoht, send them to the What Cheer Lann 
dry. . 



Jnllen Perrault, Itt. !>., 
- Physician and Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten^years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the core of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acuta or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest BCientitlc meth- 
ods. Office 602 Montgomery e reel, northeast 
turner of Sacramento st., ban Francisco, Booms 
9, 10 and 11. Consultations in English, Fronch, 
German and Spanish, • 

• ■■ 
What Cheer Jjftunary 

Oalls for and delivers clothes to all parte of 
I he city. • 

jJoirny Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
oomfoT le, bnt we are sure that beds at the 
Branch _ouse, 121 Sansome street, are absolute- 
ly perfect, from the report of those who nave 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blankets made of the finest California wool, 
and sheets of spotless whiteness all combine to 
insure a good night's rest. * 



Car and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fioabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latent San Franci&co dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. * 



Wtatv* is Crliicoleln? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. Prepared and 

moid h n aiia, fl, flam ft fln » mo. eai 



Beatllng Matter for All, 

Loom Is, at his stationery store at the S. E. 
comer of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the POBt Office itself. 
All the New York papers 'and English maga- 
zines are there. 

John G. Hayden 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spaciooB store, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
snd will venture to say it is the finest on tbe 
Pacific Coast. 

Important to Strangers, 

Abraham's, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par excellence to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $25; beaver suits 
to order, $10 ; pants to order, $3. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
Bee that he can save from - 5 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of q. 1 Abrahams, ftj and (35 Second 



Tbe Hero of the Coal Mine, 

[From the Philadelphia 3ulietin.l 
Martin Cooney is the name of a boy, who, 
dtep dowo in the horrid depths oi tbe Pltt-toa 
mine, performed a deed of hetoic self-sacrifice 
which tbumes into iDsiRuiflcance the actions by 
which many happier men oave chmoed to lame 
ana hooor. Cooney tind s companxm stood at 
the bottom of a emit ■» t;e car was about to 
ascend lor tbe la-t time. High above them 
roaring flames and biiudios .-uione and tbe 
cra-h uf Jailing timbers were last Closing up 
the narrow way to lipbt and life; beiow them 
in tbe gloomy pit were a score ot men working 
on, unconscious oi their dPaaly peril. Cooney, 
with one foot upen the car, thought ol bis en- 
dangered iricnds. He proposed to his com- 
panion that they should return and warn toe 
miners of their threatened fate. Hit companion 
refused tc go, and then Cooney, wituont n mc 
ment's hesitation, bu< with tuil consciousness 
that be had chosen almost ctriain ocatu.Itaped 
lrom the car and groped bis way tbrougn tbe 
gloomy darkoe»s. It was too late, the miners 
bad closed the ventilating door before he had 
reached them, and standing t here, between t bat 
immovable barrier and tne abaft, the hot bruatli 
ot the uery pit poured in upon him in a piti- 
less bleat, ana so be died. He was but a lad, 
poor, ud learned, and probably unconscious ot 
the higher virtues, and ytt he died as great and 
nob'e a aeath as * man can ever die; oe delib- 
erately sacrificed his own life in an attempt to 
save those of tits fri-nds. Here is a theme for 
iiil- most exalled poetic genius. Comparer with 
this poor boy, bow qmew do tbe profane and 
slangy heroes of the coarse poetasters sink id f o 
contempt; and how unworthy and insufficient 
seems tbe fiction in whu'b they are placed 1 It 
is worn such persons as this poor and obscure 
lad, doing dfe^s of iuanit«> h-ioism wi'b a sim. 
plicity that is altogether path'iic, that we learn 
that 'he purer and higher quahtiesot the rac>' — 
tbe qualities which reveal 'he preseLCe of the 
spara of Divinity in tne ?oul, exists even yet 
in the humblest of mankind. 



The Newest Styles. 

[London World o i Fashion, for JuLe.] 
. As the fine weather advance, sails will be 
found to be more in favor thin ever. Id lacf. 
we mny say mat taste seems to run very mucu 
in fuis style, which is capable of great variety 
and elegance, aod also of novelty. 

Mamies and mantelets are again coming into 
favor, and we have likewise notictd a lew of 
tbe ti^bt.fitti3g casaque-uvintelets. Some of 
toc-o manties may be worn wi'li any dress. 
We have seen one very elegant Mantelet-Sour- 
nous', stripea biue and white, that has a most 
dUtiii-jun effeot woer. worn wiih a silk drtsi of 
tbe same bme. 

Tbe principal features ot the present fashion 
for dresses may be eummed up ii a few worns: 

Sleeves are in every variety oi jorm, except 
the tight-tttitDg or Ciose-flt'ing sleeve, which 
has gone quite out of fa&bion. and we may say 
tbe same of Cdntures ard ot Epaulettes, which 
will be only worn in tbe very lishlesi bummer 
materials. 

Tbe bodies of morning promenade dresses 
are always made with basques in some furm or 
uti.i. r, and these ba*qnes,ire generally p.cated 
at back to lorm the PostMion. 

Upper skirts an? erill fashionable, and are 
mode in great variety ot form. 

Trains are extremely moderate in their length, 
except for ball and evening dresses. 

Iu evening dresses we notice a tendency to 
replace the tablier and bouj}ant, by a large 
tunque open in Iront. These ureases are gen- 
erally very elaborutelv but, at the same time, 
simply trimmed, the trimming? consie'ing of 
quilliogs, ruchings »nd bouillons ol white tur- 
latan and white lace. Flowers are very spar- 
ingly u«ed, 

Extreme Delicacy. — "Is there anything 
the matter?" "There is, sir," was the" host's 
reply. "Have I given any offense ?" ■ ' You 
have, Bir." "Beally I am ignorant of it." 
"Well, sir, let me tell you such language 
won't rfuit me, Bir." "My dear sir, what lan- 
guage? Wewere only talking of Boupl" "Yee, 
sir, but you Baid ox tail!" "Well, suppose 
I did?'' "Why, sir, it's that veryiwora that 
sent all the ladies blushing out of the room 
— it's highly unbecoming language — very 
improper indeed.'* "But, my dear sir, what 
would you have me say? I called tbe soup 
by its proper name, didn't I?" "No, sir, you 
did not, and whenever you have occasion to 
speak of that particular soup again, never 
Bay Ox tail soup. Bay Fly-dispenser soup ; 
that's the proper word." 

A. I*op\ilar Desideratum. 

San Francisco as its population increases is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wina>t & Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific OvsxEn Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, in beautifully furnished rooms for ladies 
and families, and altogether it bids fair to be 
the moBt popular institution In the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Wisakt, who has 
been a wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of his partner, Chablet. Kaaee, 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific Otsteb Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a most unexcep ionable manner. * 



Where are you. Going:* 

Mr. Guyser?" "I'm going to buy a pair of 
boots for my sweetheart to go to the Springs 
with." "Where at?" "Where! why, what a 
question. Why, where every body gets them; 
at F. X. KaBt'a Fashionable Shoe Store, Nos. 
822 and 321 Eueh street, opposite the Alhamhra 
Theatre." • 

Flcnlcs-Callstosa-Seaslde. 

The new Snmn.er styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "The" Hat Store, 617 Washington 
stre&t, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It is onlv at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone Knows that 
"The" Hat Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new Btyles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be Baved by dealintt 
there. # 



Til© Place. 

The Saddle Rook, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, Is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fatteBt oysters. 
It la not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Oorville's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day— Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. • 

» 

Contortion Mirrors 

Axe all tbe rage in the saloons in the East 
at present. It la so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how redlculouB his 
reflection looks In them- There is sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will tmile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogrifications tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque. gEy- 



Oysters hti<1 diowder. 

Try Joe Uiusti's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladies' saloon at 
tached. Open day and nient, • 



Wliat Cheer Lauiulry 

I« th? b»at laundry in >=*n Fraurisoo 



NEWIADVERTISEMENTS. 



A Card to the Musicians and 
the Public. 

San Francisco, July 5th, 1S71. 
•<»*-V pemon by the mime of <In»cpb £.. 

Schmitz has boon circulating faUe reports con- 
cerning myself. As a number of members of tbe 
Into French Opera Orcaeatra. and other mui- 
ciane. have been influenced to sign a paper drawn 
up b; bim to the effect that they will not play 
for me if I should enter into an arrangement to 
famish the orchestra for the coming Italian Op- 
era, and as such paper has been handed to Mr. 
Biscaccitla with the intantion of doing me injurj> 
it becomes my duty to place myselt right before 
the musicians and the public of San Francisco' 
and not only pronoance the charges false, bnt to 
prove them so. The said ebarges are tuat I re- 
oe ved recompense from the late French Opera 
Troupe to release an attachment I had against 
tbem for their indebtedness for tbe orchestra- 
When he, the said Schmitz, hav.ng been at that 
time a member of my orchestra, must have known 
that tbe lawy er I first employed, released tbe at 
tactment without my orders and unknown to me ; 
and that upon hearing the fact I immediately went 
to the Sheriffs office, and protested aesinst the 
release in the presence of Depnty Sheriff Knox, 
and that I employed another lawyer to see what 
could be done in the matter. For these facts have 
been talked over repeatedly by him, myself and 
others. The agent of the late French Opera 
Troupe, M. Agrati, who can verify the fact, that 
I never received any recompense to forego the 
suit, is still in this city. I would say in aonclusion 
that in maintaining myself and family of nine 
children, I have always conducted my business 
competitions in a fair and honorable manner, and 
hold if any party should work themselves into 
position through dishonorable means, they should 
be held in detestation by all honorable men. 
J. ALLEN, 
Late Leader Metropolitan Theatre. 
1914 Mason street. jy63t 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

ConEi-es* Hull. 330 Bush -licet, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny slreets. 

BEDrCTIOX OF PBICE! 

Assemblies— 10 to 12 a. M.. 2 to 5 p. M., 7^j to 10 p. ai 

Adtulsalon— Day and Evening 35 Cents 

Use of Skates 23 cents 

jjGtf OH AS. M. VALLEE, Proprietor. 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF SAl'BAMKNTO, 
Will take place at the 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 
OUT 1V£D\ESBAT JTJJLX 18th 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for the day of the Concert by the various 
routes will be issued to those holding tickets. 

Excursion Tickets may b- obtained at alt the 
prominent Book and Music .stores in Ibiscily. or at 
OADWALLADER. DAVIS A OO'S, 

44 Fourth street, Sacramento. 
B*-Excursion Tickets only good for the 18th 
to liOih of Jury, inclusive ju2Std 



Carpets. Furniture! 




F Ii A G S. 

ALL NATIONS AND SIZES. MADE TO 

"^order at the Carpet and Furniture Emporium 
of JOHN O. BELL, nearly opposite the Grand 
Hotel, on Market street, between Montgomery and 
Sansome. je30 1 week 



Flags taffs, Large and Small! 

A. R. NICHOLS, 

C1ARPENTER AND BTJIL 
y DER. 

CEDAR STKJEET.il 

Between Front and Davis and 
Washington and Olay, Ean Francisco. 

Ladders, Steps, Flagetaffs, blrnaraental Tree and 
Garden Stakes made to order, on reasonable terms. 

N. B— All kinds of Jobbing promptly alterded 
to. jyl lw 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CUKED BV 

The Arabian Treatment. 

THE MOST SEVERE CASES 

RELIEVED IN 3 DAYS. 



INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 



DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. SXO Pacific street. 

09"Tbe Doctor'a advertisements will appear iu 
FlGAltO exclusively. ja29 tf 




ALIFORNIflJESTAURANT 

NOS. BIO, 61SAND *-14M0NT- 
gomery street, near Merchant.— 
■difcj' Saloon oonneoted wan tbe Res- 
tanrant. 

Bill ot Fare. 

Ice Crenra FBEE to any person 
spending 3i& Cent*. 

Senp, with Fiab or Rroaets..., 15c i 

Sonp, with two Eggs i5o ' 

Two EffB* 10c» 

Two Furailone EffCa lOc 

SmeHs or Salmon, with Coffee 18o I 

Mutton Chops, Tea or Oollee 1Jk> ' 

Beetrteak, do lfio 

Sirloin Steak, do 2uc 

Fresh Oystera, Raw or Stewed 16o 

Clam Fritters 15 

Bottle of White Wine lflo 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer 15o 

Pies, Pudding or Cake 60 

Oat Meal. Mush er Uracked Wheat. . . . &o 
Coffee, Tea, Ohocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Oiaxet Wine So 

del-t« JOHN REGAN. Propri^torT 



3,000 Men Wanted! 

—AT THE— 

CITY RESTAURANT, 

North side Clay Btreet, below Montgomery, 

To Eat Ham and Eggs at the following 
« LOW PRICE8 : 



Three Ekes 15o 

Ham and 2 Fggs l^o 

Oyatere— every style,. 15c 

Beefsteak llic 

Mutton Chop 10c 

Pork Ohop lOo 

Outlets. ..„ mc 



Borat Turkey 25c 

Chicken Pot-pie.... ^ 25o 
Fricaseed Chicken... 25c 

Breast of Lamb 10c 

Cried Liver lOo 

Tripe— all styles 10c 

Soup — all kinds So 



Pork and Beaos 10c 1 Tea or Coffee 5c 

Smelts lOo Milk or Beer 5o 

Salmon 1 do Claret 'Wine Sc 

Beef a la Mode lPclPies, Paddings, etc.. So. 

Try the City Restaurant. 

538 and 540 Clay street. 

North side_ '...., just below Montgomery 

ju!3tf I>. CAMP1IKJJ., Proprietor. 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. 3f7 Second street. 

THEY HAVE REDOOED THEIR 
prices, and yon c*n live like a prlnee 
there for a small sum. Among the 
reductionsare: 

Cup of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 cento 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 cents 

Oysters, all styles 20 cento 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 cents 

Soup, all kinds 10 cents 

6road Family Restaurant, SO Second I 
street, near Market. jul5tf 



HOPE!! 

Clirmfj-e ol" Profframme 

....AT THE.... 

Esperance Restaurant, fat 

047 Commercial afreet. ■" ^ . 

Board per 'Week. 8 5 SO I 

JBonru per Month 30 OO > 

JDloner with Wine 50 I 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

©USTATJE SCIINEEDFK. 
mr25 tf 64*7 Commercial et., below Kearny, ' 



RE-OPEW1JNG OF 

Delmonico Restaurant! 

^fcv /->. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RB- J 

fjr?u [AJopen the above* Kestaurant with all 1 

^k lilJT' 1 '" delicacies of the season, on 8AT- 

^5^P TJRtAY, June 10th, and respectfully 

solicit t ie patronage of tbe public. 
ju91m LME UKOTJIJRKS. 



RHEUMATISM. 

"IVrRS. W. S. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
-"-*- W. MAO, the only Conqueror on the Globe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory; Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Luxnbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc.. No. 1G1 Tehama 
Btreet, fourth door from Third. jn2B lm 



THEATER ROTISSERIE, 
■ 8*5 JDnpont «t. , one door aontb of lloah. 

^pk ys. E. MAKOHANB LATE OF TH* 

$^l^^'"RotiBserie Restaurant" of the Union 
^G&* Club, Proprietor.— The Table* provi- 
ded with all the Delicacies of the season. 
aV-OYSTEKS IN EVERY S^YLS fcStMi 



1871-V2. 
Personal Property Taxes 

NOTICE IS HI REBY GIVEN THAT A CER- 
** tilled copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for tbe Fiscal Year 1S71-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, Oity and 
County Taxes for the Baid fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining doe and unpaid on the 7th 
day of Auguet' ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector. 

San Francisco. July 3d. 1371. jy4 lm 



For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Those living in the city know it already. 

r y bee heap e atpl ace 2 huj yonra 
hlr tana df ara 1* hln as 00 
d»l *atk he ame rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

Ifo. 8 Second street. 

06 IB EKNEDI0T * OO. 



J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreeta. 

■cj^- Terrapin conptantly on hand. Oysters in 
every style, PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOB 
PAKTIES. mh311m 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

TIBGIMA CITY, BTKVA9A. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RE- 
decorated, and is now open for the Bnrame 
Beaeon. STARB and TRAVELING OOMPANIEf 
liDerally treated on application by let ter to 

JOHS PIT*EUt, 
Proprietor and Manager, 
person to J. H. McCABE, 

630 Washington street, San Franoiaoo 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 

SACBAMEXTO . 

MR, JQSEPH PROOTOR WDCL OOMMENOJ 
his second Dramatic Season early in Septem I 
ber, until which time tbe Theatre can be rente' 
for Ooncerts, Lectures. Conventions, and for The 
atrical Entertainments of a first-class order, h 
application to THOS. BAKER, Esq., at Hasting I 
A Uo's Banking House, corner ol Second and > ■ 
Btreete, Sacramento. jul6 tf / 

The Arlington House 

1 OI7" KEARNY 8TREBT, BETWEEN POff I 
l«i and Sutter, will be opened on tbe late 
July as a flret^olasB LODGING HOUSE. Th L 
rooms ar» large, handsomely famished, and wi I 
b# rented low. Parties desiring to do so can ma* * 
arrangements to have coffee with light breakfast M 
or looohes served in their rooms. Single Room 
from $10 to $15 per month. Transient onstom so M 
idled. 'J an la 



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EMTERTAIHMENT A LA SALON PART PREMIER. 



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T* e-Mlaae *.ih ta» , I, Iter »•,!•. ,— Onmk f%n rial fuel.. «n.|..l by M A lo.l«i Koeti. 

Scenes at t la. e DF* o r « e . 

II tutor r«i«**nlft 

M»r»H .mile Brthira | rVvee BU-k«mtlh bill 7 1 

O^M 4i Um M. Atntley Scott | rontUD of the Shop 8. B. Party 



1* A 1* T HKCOND. 



The Great Vivian in his Amusing Serlo-Comic Sketches 

To be followed by tin Laughable Uualcal Sketch of 

that's Tsarsr sistjedfi.. 



LOCiX BANJO soi.o—lij the MONARCH 

Tlio Blonde tbat Novor Dioa 



E. H. HALL 

Fostollo 



Billy Emerson as the Artful Dodger. 

The *ntir* Evening's Kotertainment to conclude with tha unuilDC Sketch of 

A JS<l>¥XX3Ft.3S VOIE*. A 

Erastua Hornblower B. M. Hall I Mons. Lavcllel Gustavo Bidaux 

Pqotr* Simpson F. Robinson | Madam Fustelle 

Fanner Bmwn M. Ainsley Scott I Bootblack Wm. Daly 

Famipr Smith Louis Braham | Newsboy J. unmanis 

•7- k?- *t Look. Out for tlxo O-rand XDucliosis. "& "X* "^a 

The Piano na«d Is from the house of Kohlcf . Chase & Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Checkering Piano. 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 

IK ORDER TO MAKE BOOM FOR OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WE WILL COMMENCE ON 
3WCon.dny Juno 2Gtn 

TO CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE 8T00K OF 

Summer Dry Goods, 

AT PRICES 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

OF IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue SO Days. 



J. W. Davidson <& Co. 



OPE' 

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..una.... 

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Soxtor Uyford, 

K M M JL L M r. U. 

f Rf«nr iiMfi. Koomi 8 and 4. 
Badtaa •mbalmrt aad ptvparad forabipmant U 
aU §«arM «f tkm «wld. Ortan from tb* Inurtor 
HWmtuI «ta«B dad tots »moa. faft-lm 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PINE STRET 

FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY. LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

I.ABOIJIT AND BFJIT UTOI'K OP OOOIIH IK THE STATE, AT FKIGK8 IIU'THU COMFETITIOM 

a-OALL AMD SEE FOK YODRSELTEH.« 



GO TO BAILEY 5 WINTERS, 

818 W asliinston St. 

If yoa wnnt the 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Cii.-,!.. HI i..r llnifn 



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PEJUS oF 

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IVt'X^ SHORT, 
MERCHANT TAILOR, 

OB7 Commorclnl street, 



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EOTECTTCLLY UTFORMS UI3 FEIEND8 AKD ALL 
In w.ot of Dmlr.bl. Clothing for tfao .pproarhlog 
*~ month, thit th.i ho h.n low tn hu Storo all the 



NEW STYLES OF 

Coatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

TNI BEST AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

We work CHEAP FOB CASH, end thou who hu; on thla 
principle on SAVE MONEY. 

M'L SHORT unrnu ill who m.jr f.vor him with their 
order, that he will give them entire aatlefectlon, and 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

He ha. now REDUCED HIS PRICES lo rait the tlmel. 

BUSINESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, S25 00 

FINE BEAVER SUITS FROM $40100 UP 

PANTS TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE $6 00 



Glv© us a Gall and look at our Gooda. 

Our number Is 

OUT Oommerolal Street, 



' IO »«*» MVI MASfUTACTOB*. 



,Hou* 




tja» aaeat ELKO A NT OU8TOM WORK IN THE CITY. I 
ay alanine food, and nteea. BEBB8. BL ALB a MAYNABD: 
IBAearn/ atrwa, one door antt ol Boah. 



OAKLAND TROTTING PARK 



RACES! 



RACES 1 



GRAND INAUGURAL MEETING! 

Five Days' Tr^ttixxs 

July 4tb. 5th, 6tb, 7th and Slh 

THIRD DAY.. TIHKS1IAT .71 I. V O 

Punt, SaoO-Free for all Double Team*— *150 
to tirst, |.'rll to BCuond. 

0. 8. CrittaodflD name i Alex Benham and Moae 

Oolnael i'ick»y namea .gr m Kate and bl k Science 
(J- D. Luak names oh m Katy Tricks and «rg Joe 

I'OIKTH II.IY pninvv. JULY 7 
Fnrie, S9 JO— Free for all homes that hare 
oerer beaten 2:45—9130 to JSret, $50 to second. 

J. M. Diokerson Dames b g Danger 

H. VV. Seal* names bl m Black Swan 

Uolunel Dickey names b m Fanny 

SAME BAY. 
Purae and Stake. S1SO. 

P. Farrell namea bar Let me be 

O. D. i.uik names s m Rose 

W, Hard ii tt names b k Kai Unlit. i or 

Boston Connors names b g Joe Warren 

Golonvl Dickey names b g Ueotor 

FIFTH DA.Y....8ATVBDAY, JULY S 
l*ui*ic, SlOO-lrte for all horsea that have 
never beaten 2 :*)— $158 to brat, t.'ili to second. 

P. Farrell names • m Coquette, formerly Kate 

J. M, Uicknmon names b gpangor 

i.'oloool Dickey names. grin Kate 

0. D. Lusk names gr g Joe 

DOT AH the above RAoea Mfle Heats, three Id five; 
all io Harness, with the exception of that for 
Double Teams. Three to enter, and two to start 
A horse distancing the Held shall only be entitled 
to first money. Races to be governed by 4be Bales 
of the National Association. 

PUT- Pools will be sold at Porter's Saloon, Mer- 
ohanta' Exchange, every night dar.ng.the week 
commencing Monday evening, July 3d, by (Jhj.se 
Bowlay A Dickey. 



AOHI.S10\ 



..»1 OO 



LADIES FREE. 

0£sT"The Basses will tun from the Oily and from 
the Point to the Track. 

E. WEIRD, Proprietor. 
OOL. Q. W. DIOKEY, Superintendent. jy3 td 



Candy I Candy ! 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN. 
turar. No. SIS Kearoj .treat, between Sao- 
nuaaato and California; and 187 Seeond atreet, 
bet. Minna and Natoma. All order, uremptly at- 
... t0 oarta*e fra. U ail parte of the oltj 
•xoe.tiZ ajllaf 



OH 
mH 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 




SQUARZ A'S P UNCHES. 

PTJNCH KB, for 0«ntlemea.— Egg rTogg (a new Ponoh) 

Morn in r Comfort, Ladies' Pleasure, Antt-DVapeptlc, Ladies 
Tears, Anti- Divorce, Welcome, Cognac. Arrack, Gin, Whiskey 
Ooooa, Ooffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry. Pisco, Appetiser 
Roman Nectar. Aurora. Farewell. Jamaica Ram. Klreohwasser 
7CUBDIAL9. for Ladles. — jLiadies* Favorite, Ladies 
Pleaaare, Ladies' Teare, Strawberry, Blaokberry, Mint, Anise 
Roee.Kiramel. Ooooa, Pooaae Cafe, Pine Apple. Kinoh 



_ -Hvgienio, Cholera Antidote, Aajjruatnxo. Sell 
t, ant* ail other Bitters la demand. 



A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

fWlHE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VISITOBS 
-■■- to San Francisco 1b that there Is no "comfort." Food" 
Is cheap enongh ; Clothing baa come down in price ; bat 
Lodgings— that Is, comfortable Lodgings— are soarco and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a deslderntnm in San Francisco, 
but a man Is now in the field who supplies this want and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Couunerclal and Sansome streets, and ho has now 
made the Branch House, 424 Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of Its accommodations. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There is a Reading room with files of city and State papers, 
and chess and checker-boards for the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two bouses, 

The Coso and the Branch. 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon tha plan of choos- 
ing by chance one of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other induce- 
ments offered, caused these houses to be crowded, and thoso 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell fiuds Is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by chance, and. 
being a law-abiding man he has determined to discontinue 
It. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reolaim It, but will glvo that amount to some one of ths 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt for 
the samo duly published. The $100 for this month (tha 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Fortune) will bo 
given to the Ladles' Protection and Relief Society of San 
Francisco— a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Cobo 
House can, while he Is resting snugly tucked np In his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy the pleasing reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also in some measure 
assisted in providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

bramchThouse 

4S34 S.a.xxJsioxiExo street, 

BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND CLAY. 



COSO HOUSE, 

411 aanaozne aatxeet, 

SOUTHWEST OOBNEJB OF COMMERCIAL STBJaaT. 




mirtiacad mi 04. exeep* BoA«lp, or 
. E». B O O- A.H U TT 8 

— AX— 

r 32 Km-chant it. ui 6SS Wuklsgw* rt. 
B«low Moctfon.rr Block. 

1HCB8DAY Jt LY 6, 1871 



Vmuo will be moeh obU«»4 If theetrtcel 
muigera l» ell p»rt« •' "»• C""* 4 6t *'* , • p "" 
tlcnUrlj Is OeWomle, will »".<1 to thl» office 
|»|HBSH o( tbeir performei>Me. Brief let. 
lert from member, of tbe ibeelricel profeeeice 
will eleo be eecepteble. FloeBO will be netted 
f fee of coerce to ell deelrlDg It. 

AMUS EMENT S. Etc 

California Tbeatr*. 

Tb» light ud wobiIoc pMform.BC.* riven by U* 
LlflXftrda ar* vsry plsftfting for a chanr**. E«rr 

o. .a r •fag to ••• Li»»»rtJ : WH D-ckT Wlilj 
I n» aid.«oc« lo this city aa aba na* to all ahs *■* 
visit**!, ud Ltngerd '• tk»tcb« ar* roach admired* 
To-»l«bt is entire ebaBfe of bill *'H *>• P™e*ii- 
*d. Tbccowdrof "A Pretty Pi«<« «' Ba «' DH »' 
udtki Un»el"AD« Afvr the Wedding." In 
which the Li-f»rd», Mtnnio W.Uoo. Mr*. Jugftb, 
J«bo T. Raymond and other* will appear, will be 
(given for tbe flr*t tin— - 

Alhimhri Thesitxe. 

Ttwasuttcio tb* first part Boder th* direction 
• f Geo. T. Enu, U very s*o*d. ™ d tot floe ▼«'**• 
of Gof ttv* Bideaox ud Loui* 3 'ah ana, ar» beard 
to rood ad rant**-*: Vivian instead of people get- 
ting Urwd of bIbs, is increasing lo pooolarity every 
day. a sign that what is Iroiv ertlaUc will bo ap- 
preciated in 8«n Francisco: Billy Emerson i« eft 
fresh fti mr, and bla lataet edditoo to bit repai- 
to.ro. "Th« irtfol Dodger," la received «llh roorf 
D ( itaihur. OaSfttnrdfty there will bo ft lafttiao*- 

Metropolitan Tbeatre. 

Tbta apswrioB* and comfortable theatre will opoo 
indoor* -Kevin to the pablic on Hoodfty evening 
ooxt, with ibft populftr Joe Morpby is hi* great 
ftCD.atio..ftl Pl*7 eoUtlftd "Help." This plaj »■ tbft 
ooe in which h» hfta •tarred ao auceesafnlly in ttft 
E*at.ft»d wfta written ftopceiftlly hf him by Fred- 
s/nek G. Mfteder. It briup in an imsneoe* amount- 
of busin*** for tbe wifttiJe llirpby to do. He 
appear* in tbe diatolace of Datch. Inih aDd 
Ethlopifto obar**Ur* ft* the play progresses. »nd 
rnliTenatbr) eoenei with comic Dalcb ftnd Irish 
soora. a' la Enmetft, and EthiopiftO Bpeeiftlt.ee. 
and bone seresedas, such aa ooly Morpby oftft 
give. The compftny baa been engaged within rye 
to their especial adaptation to the character* tbey 
ftre to repreeent, by the veteran stage mftBftcer 
Viftfton. and ie. a» will be aoen. ft eery etoagone 
It eOftiUUof Mr* F. M. Batee. Mi*i Sallie Hinck- 
ley, Ilia* Jennie Mftftdeville. Mrt. Fr»nk Reft, Miee 
bum Sonle. MJis Carrie UpftEi. Mill Ada 5hat- 
tack. Mr. J. H. Hardie. Mr. Frank Fe*, Mr. Geo. 
Hlnekley, Mr. J. 0. Mftcaire. Mr. H. ColtOB. Mr. 
John Woodftrd. Mr. W. O. Dndley. Mr. B. Bwif-. 
Mr. B. A. Wileon, Mr. W. Bichirde ftnd Mr. J. H. 
TinsOD. With ft strong company and ft new play, 
produced with new eeenery ud effects eipeciftl.y 
idaptce to it. ftnd more thee all. with tbe popalar 
Joe Mnrpby in it with all bii beet buinees. there 
canbeno.toch word aa fail to be tbongbtof in 
connection with the opening attraction of the 
Metropolitan The atre. 

Bella Vnlon Tlteatrc. 
Mies alia Weener baa bewllobed tbo tows with 

her black ejea; abe is ao neat, ao nattj. bo arn«':c_ 
bat fair acta axe rewarded by thunder* of ipplftoie. 
The pTeeaot I* tbo Iftftt week of tbe daehmg Aline 
L* Facre. The Beysoldi Brothers are encored 
ftgaia ftod ftgain. until they muit be tired with 
reapondlngto tbft enthoaiaatic calls of tte Impor* 
tanftt* pablic. 

Theatre Comlqae. 

There ere so many popalar per for minces at this 
place of ftmnaement that it Is bo wonder it is crowd- 
ed nightly. Madame Lopez and her four pupils 
who nude quite a senefttito at the California Tbe- 
»tre loot Sunday, will appaer: Paul Bonlon will 
rice hia ftrtietic porlormuci on tbe riolin; "The 
Fight for Governor." will be played, end ft variety 
of acta by Johnny De Aogells and Johnny Tuers- 
E. M Hall, the bftnjoist. Is onderlined to Appear* 
a* ftlso tbe Reynolds Brothers, on Monday night. 



The Opera Season, 

The proepeoU of tbe epera seasoD bftng fire ft lit' 
tie. Mr. Biscaciutft, the agent of tbe States 
Troop* bolde the Metropolitan by prior engage- 
ment from tbe 24tb lost., bnt baa not determined 
yet whether he will telegraph for tbe troupe to 
corns oo or not. Madame Silly and other* of th* 
Fisk Troupe are In town and ready to ceatire ft 
•efteoD, bat await the action of Biscsciutf. They 
would prefer tbe Metropolitan, we understand 
hat can of coarse procure the Ooera House. How 
would ft season of Italian and French Opera Bight 
ftnd sight ftboat, by the combiastioo of troupes, do 
together? We merely make tbe soggestloo. 



lady acquaintance by presmting bar 'befure 
g whole com put} , With a roec, at the same 
time say iiag : 

Arc ja dear mil i. this braateotu row. 

To deck thy breast most lair; 
ObeerrelUhue. nor wonder ehy 
It blotaMS to be tfaertl 

The Udy toned thelaiigh, howeveT.ontbe 
unf^riauftte bnt.justiy paaished yoatb. by 
rntpODdinc: 

I will accept (by beauteous rose, 

ADd on my breaat enftlare It: 
But should It bio ah. I should suppote 
Ilk for the fool who a>ce n ! 



A Rewabkable Wish.— Old Madame 
lijthACbild, mother of the great capitajrfta, 
attained the age of ninety-eigbt. H*r wit. 
which was remarkable, and her intellectual 
faculties, which were of no common order, 
were prtaerred to tbe end. In ber laet IU- 
aeea, when surrounded by ber family, ber 
phTelcian being preaent, ehe aaid in a suppli- 
ant tone to the latter: "Dear doctor, try to 
do something for me." "Madame, whatcan 
I do for yon ? I can't make yon young 
again." "So, doctor, I don't want to be 
young again; but I want to continue to grow 
old." 

Asoiiamax Kexic— The ban Boenarentara 
glgoal Baca. TbomDacn k JactsonT on the 

south biok of the Santa Cars nrer, exuomeo 
an odd curiosity tbe other dt-y. It la a globa'ar 
reaael about six inch*- In diameter kdo Ltii an 
inch thick, and ba* evidently been used a> a 
• meltiuff*t*t or cruciDle. Tbe cblef cario*iiy 
li iu composition, being, apparently, pure 
mica, molded or carved. It was lound tour 
teet b+Bratti tbe ■urface of tbe soli, with a de- 
posit of human bone*. We *bau give It to the 
Ban Francisco Academy of Sneneet. and bpt 
wire antiquenaD wfll be able to gire aa seme 
light on the > adject 



The Axsweb.— I B'ool alone in the halle 
of my accsetore. The silver moonbeams 
itrngglinK tbrou h a casement shed a mild 
lustre upon tbe solitude. I pa&sed in agony 
through there des rted chambers, and cried 
in anguish: "^'here are the friendB of my 
youth — where are they ?" An echo answered, 
"Why, my dear fellow, I have not theslight- 
eat idea." 

Ha Idea. — "Why do you sot yourcup of 
coffee on tbe chair, Mr. Jonee?" said a 
worthy lady one morning at breakfast. " It 
is so very weak, ma'am," replied Jones de- 
murely, " I thought that I would let it take 
a rest." _^ 

The Chasces.— Somebody has written a 
book entitled "What shall my son be?" Upon 
which some one rudely comments : " If the 
boy is as bad as the book, tbe chances are 
that be will be hanged." 



Hifaixte*. — When a woman commits eui- 
cide In New York, the reporters perpetrate 
head lines about "A beautiful woman forcing 
the portals of the unknown world." 

Has a P.iobt.— A provision dealer thinks 
he has a right to keep open shop on Sunday, 
because he keeps a meat-ing house. 

Adveetisdjo. — A wine man advertises ex- 
tensively, because he believes that many col 
umos furnish a good support. 



No DorBT.— If the oyster could sinjr, we 
have no donbt its song would be not "put 
mv' but "keep me in my little bed." 



May Yet. — Woman's-rigbts women may 
yet aspire to positions in the navy ; Lot's wile 
was an old salt. 

Heavy Music.— A new German canta- 
trice has come out n Berlin who weighs 375 
pounds. 

Well Establlsbed. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time. Is never allowed to fall Into 
disuse; every year the sale of Cassia's XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters increases, ftnd thousands 
an bear testlmonv to their merit. 



William Horace Llngard. 

Tbe number of different characters which this 
artiste Impersonates Is wonderful. Tbe Cali- 
fornia Theatre is crowded, and between tbe 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where tbe red light marks tbe Figaro Saloop, 
wb^re tbey bad whttky good enough lor "a 
Major in the Ninib"— » good thing to take be- 
fore "a drive to the Clin" House," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," "par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. Pfrroenn Is also 
also famed for hi? "bitter beer," wnicb is just 
the thing for *'tbe upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro Bullion opposite 
tbe stage entrance of tbe Caiiiuruia Tneatre. • 



Hayes Park. 

Manager* Tver* A Brook* bare taken these sub- 
arben groan 4 ■ and will give tbeir inaugural enter- 
tftiimeat in the spscioos pftviltoo next Sunday af- 
ternoon. Madame Lopez and her four pupils will 
appear In gymoftstlo exorcise*, and many attrac- 
tive features will be presented. We are assured 
tfaet tbo entertainment offered will bo adapted to 
tbo patronage of families, and t kat even tbe moot 
faili Jioe.s will not be able to car il at It. 



©IT for RalC Lake. 

Jobs McCnlloogb departed this morning for 
Salt Lake City, to play * olar engagenent tbero 
IB conjunction with Kdwin A dim*. Thny open in 
"Damoa and Pytbias." We trait tbe Mormoai 
will uot be able to make ft prosolfteof oor popular 
manager, lo their peculiar ins-ltut ions during bin 
short stay tbore. 

Oakland Trotting Petit. 

To-day the double team contest, fro* to all 
will come off. To-morrow will bo ft gala day sod 
two porter, will be trotted tor; one for all horses 
thftt bftce never beftten 2:4S. end the other for ft 
•take of |1.5ft. live entraocet. Sugee will connect 
at Oakland Point for the Park. 



Anatomical Mnseatn* 

The Florentine Venas Is tbo admiration of all 
cisitors, snd is one of the Basel works of art \a 
San Francisco. 7 Be Dying Z^aaco 1* so exquisite 
piece of meebsoisna; tbe De Oosihla Gorilla as- 
tonishes tbobeboldor.ftnd thoasands of cariosities 
too numerous to mention, aro on exhibition day 
and evening. _ 

Everbody Huj-n Them, 

T~hat The hundred various aempounds 
prepared only from Bteuart'a refined sugar, by 
Canty A v* -uer, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candles j been famed for their delicious 

flavors for years, and the firm does an Immense 
trade, both In tbe .bbbina; and retail line. • 



Wnat Cheer Laundry, 
321 Leideedorff street, near Sacrament*. * 



To the TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial. Ban Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
no charge unless he efxetrts a cure. * 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

WIU destroy the appetite tor tobacco. Ita 
great tracccar baa originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
oelved. Take only Horton's. Bee that tno name 
of Hugs Schmidt, 536 Commercial st„ is on the 
wrapper. Uca a Bcaiinxt, Successor*, to P.J, 
sceli'y, Agents. ___^_^ • 

r*ew Furnltuntf Goods, 
Cheap, at tbe What Cheer Laundry. 



Tli© Elixir of \outh. 

For which the sages and philosophers of old 
Bearded la vain, baa been discovered at last, 
and brought within tbe reach of all. hatnre bas 
provided It In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corville tt Co. are the dispensers of It 
at tbe noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pino street. So 
hurry up before it is too late, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, seal, 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain glorious forever. * 



Dr. Dohcrty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 

thronlo and specific practice, and as such is now 
the most successful of any Physician in Baa 
Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, corner 
of LeldeadortT, a few door below What Cheer 
Souse. • 

■*- Pleasant Liocation. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
antral location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and in spect the fine suites o f rooms to let there. 
The building Is a ver y fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated, kSbV - • 



If be knew bow I have walked 

Acrre-myclvanjoerreetleaftly, 
C -ranting the looeeome days and nlgn.s 

Aa 6.d nuts count a rosary. 

If he knew all my secret thoughts, 

I wocd-r if bis lips would move 

To softly aay. "U^ well *be Wv««l 

I cannot choose bat give nsw love r 

If he eonld tee the tears I »bed, 

I wond*-r if In whisper low, 
Beedlrgdown softly, he would ay, ( 

" It giievea me when you aorrosr eo. 

But most I wonder If bell come. 
And say. with toat aweet look and smile, 

■• Or-nld you not wait and trnst. beloved, 
I loved yen truly sll ihe while." 

Ah ! wondering ! Kaow you woman '* heart, 
That w. lis and wstchea. hopea In vain, 

Will c*a*y the eilver strings to part. 
Tbe gjlden bjwl to buret Is twain? 

Ti* thus Tin waiting, wondering, dear 
and still shell wait sod wonder long 

If yon in silence sttll can bear 
Tbe burden of a dying song. 

And aay not, ■ Lovp, I'll rome to thee 
For thy pure woman's love for me." 

Or do you rather think it well 
To bid eternally farewell ! 

Save Yoxxx* Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
invest your savings. 50 centa per fortnight 
amounts, In about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ers can withdraw their funde after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at tbe office, 123 Post street, for information. 

jJo TTotx Know 

That with Bcttebick's Patteksb you can cut 
aad make any garment to fit perfectly 7 Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deraing, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, "So. 113 Kearny street, between Butter 
tnd Post, San Francisco. 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

Xo. »*T KF.ABXT STREET, 
ADJ0E.-E.-G THE WEED SEW1S3 MaCHTKE STOBI 



CI E>*TLEMxWS SHIRTS MAT-E TO ORDER 
V sDd fits aoftTantoed. No Gentlsman loolts 
w«H »ti(h an ill-fitiine nhir*. „„,„ 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
tbe back and avoiding all crumpling of tbe bosom. 
Our reputation for making 

PERFECT-PaTTIPaO SHIRTS 

To order is well known. Gents* Fumiehina; Goods 
St tbe lowest rate. 



P 



All our Shirts bear this Trade Mark, and none 
are genaioe without it. We Import oor own goods, 
manufacture oor own goods, and sell none bnt our 
own goods. 

Tbe lot* '&tes at which we execute orders bave 
secured the patronage ot all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms *nd Cuffs. 



S. POPPER, 

»«7 KEiRNT MTWCT, 

Adioinief the "Weed" Sewing Mechioe Agency. 
jo23tl 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION ! 

RE-OPENING OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROUTE. 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH 
Steamer CHIN DD WAN, bar-, 

ing elegant accommodatiriDS, nas been placed per- 
manently on the Creek Rome between San Fran- 
cisco, uakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
□rdaj, June 24<b, leaving Broadway Wharf. Oak- 
laod. and Pftufio-street Wharf, San Francisco, 

Osklsnd. Brooklyn, 

7Na.il t a. n. 

10 wO A- M. 
12 08 JL 
2 00 P. If, 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, which 
convey pasaengers to the University uroand". 

Tbe 'raveling pul/.ic can rely on tbe CHIN DU 
WAN crossing without interrnption at tbe lowest 
stages of tide. Fate Ten Cent?, t/re'ght at lowest 
rat's. Good accommodations for teame 

ju231m J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 

TO XjETLT. 

NEW PETALTJMA THEATRE 

Addiees PHILLIP COtVEX, 

Petal am , 
Or apply to J. H. McCABE, 

oo25 6m Theatrical Agent. San Francisco. 



daily, as follows: 

San Francisco. 

9 (HI A. M. 

11 00 a; M- 

1UIPB. 

CDr.H. 



PIANOS 

For Sale or Rci 




A LARGE ASSORT- 
ment of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, fromthe best 
American «Bd Enropean 
maaufactories, for sale or to 
rent ou tbs most favorable 
terms. 

It. CVRTAZ, 
SO O'Farrell street, near Market. 



Use Fate's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

It is not in the least acted upon by steel pens. 



LADIES! 

FOR VALUABLE IN FORMATION, OA1L ON 
or address Mrs. A. B C„ No. 11 Harmon 
Street, Sao Francisco. juslm 



CALANTHINEI 



. CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. S0HWOKREB. PRO" 
feasor ol Great Mystenes, ooruer 
ot Wssbiogton and Stockton, o/er 
the fruit store. DiagBDsie and cures 
sickness after recovery is impossible.. 
Prof. S. has valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for live, good look. A19o, sss 
your Intended. Fee. Fifty Cente and up Hours 
fram 11 A. M. to 4 P. M-. and 7 to 9 P. M. io211m'" ' 




•*7*r A tvt;eip, 

A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 
»e«s by a gentleman eppaking English, French, 
bpaoish and Italian fluently. Is cenvereant with 
commercial operations, and can give the best of 
references. Wonld accept a commission or travel- 
ing agenov. Uss been throe years in one honse 
Address G. A.. Figabo Office. juStl 



M. KANE, 

DEALER IN WINES. LIQUOR! AND Cl- 
ean, cor. Jessie and First streets. rju241m 



708. 



WHERE 

TO 

GET 

YOUR 

MONET'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. T. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

DON'T 

INTEND 

TO 

PAT 

TOR 

THEM. 

ALL 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 

712, 714 and 716 




Kearny Street, 

jo26 tf (OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



OCEAN HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED 
tbe Ocean House and Track lor a term of 

j ears, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS C00E8, STEWARDS AND 
BABKEEPEBS, 

Is now ready to attend to the wants of all bis old 
friends vrho may favor bim with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make bis guests comfort- 
able and bappy. 

09- Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

GEO. W. DICKET. 

»p29 tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IS LOCATED AT.... 

«*7 Wttahlntftoa street, next Boor to 
tbe Sail of Records. 

saw MR, ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

Bat the last Mechanic's Fair, for the best die- 
*£9b play of Hats, both in style sod quality. Ous- 
"■* tomers will please remember tbat tbe di- 
ploma is placed in tbs wiudow so they cannot be 
deceived as to the place where to purchase the 
BEST HATS at tho CHEAPEST RATES. It 
the first Hat Store below Kearny street, feifi- tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



■ffnOLESlLE AMI BET1IL. 

SO Years' Experience 

O. MTJLjLER, 

OPTICIAH, 
SOS MontKomery Street, Bile. Block, 

jn23 tf Sen Francisco. 



Dr. AKCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

SIEDICAL KLFXTKICIAX, 

Proprietor of DB. BOURNE'S well-known 

BATHS AND MAGNETIC BATTERY, 

If) MASONIO TEMPLE. POST STREET. 

J-Vr near Momsomerv and Market, San Pr&nciscn, 
for tbe onre of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA. Bnd other Nervous Com- 

filaints, etc. As a bath for tbe b-al t hy, oerfeotly 
uiu-iani, and. to put iff tbe blood, unequalled. 
•»- Tbe LADIES' t'EPARTMENr ieund«rthf 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. ju7 Im 



R.E.EwXO'V'AXa... 

J.F. &H.H.SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sftoramento and Sansome streets to their new 
fonr-etory warerooms 

N. B.— We wish to imprers upon tbe public that 
we esn make- it to tbeir advantage to call andEin- 
spectour stock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

So. 31S PIXE STREET, 

Between Moatgomery and Sasiome »t«u 

jofltf 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
ancer.— Office in Smith's new Hull, San Le&u- 
dro, directly opposite Ihe Court Hooee. 

FARMS snd HOMESTEADS for sale and to let 
iu various parts of Alameda county. »p29 1m 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court Exchange. Bear City [Hall. 

*»- Hot Lunch dally from U to 2F.ll. passen- 
gers' Stores put op at the shortest notice 



The Champion and Pivot-action 
Braces." 

THESE BRACES. IN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, have all tbe advantages of Bsa- 
penders and ShouHer-Brsces combined. 

1st.— Tbey do not disarrange the Bbirt-boiOBL 

2d.— They cannot slip off tbe shoulders. 

3d —Tbey give no strain on tbe breast. 

4th.— Each section of tbe pans can be adjusted 
independently. 

Mb.— By means of tbe adjustable back-strap, * 
ger>tle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

6tb.— Tbeir ea6e snd convenience commond them 
to everyone, ftnd no person after using then will 
ever u»e tbe old- fashioned suspenders Brain. 

aST-Patented October 10. 1B65. Beware of infring- 
ing on these patents. For eaie by 

C. IT. BrKR, 
Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast. Bt» Uarkst 

street, below Stockton. b»n Frs&cisco. 

■gsrTrade supplied ftt liberal discount. jd2S1bi 



Fbvricians Becomirend 
And over 500-000 Peome Indors* 

R„ HENLEY 

CELKBltATEI) 




Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



IXL BITTERS 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY W0H- 
_ derfnl TONIC, after a series o< years and «- 

periments, has succeeded iu bringing before tis 
pablic all that can be detired of a pure Tonic and 
Recuperator. 

Headache, Biliousness and CoDBtipstion.gensral 
Debility .axd Loss of Appetite all are canned by 
the derangement of the Stonuob, Liver ftnd oth«r 
functionaries of tbft system. Tbe IXL BitUn 
have been Bucceesfally used and are warranted Is 
alleviate the sufferer in all the above cases. 

H. EPSTEIN &CO., 

Successors to L. GROSS * CO Bolft Proprifttt 
Of Dr. Henley's IXL Bitter*. 

618 Front street. Haul Fronelsea. 
T Ld Halle atreet , Chicago, 111. dftl 



FAT0RITE YA1LEJ0 ROUTE 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD 



AND STEAMER CAPITAL, 

Summer Arrangement. 
SHORTEST AND MOSTJCOMFQRTABLE LIKE, 

SiiTing SO Hllea is Distance. ondShom 

In time to MuryftvIHe and && 

Mile* to Sacrnnento. 

Rnnnlng; Palace Cur*, equipped with Mil* 
Ier*ft Safety Platform and Coupler*. 

Two Express Trains dnily (except Sunday) eio> 
way, carrying United Bute* Mail and all Fast 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
Leares Front Bireet Wharf, Sen Prsncisco, at BaJt 
connection at Vallejowitb ca'S of California Paoin* 
Railroad, bv which passengers arrive at Sacramento 
at 1*2 :15 p.m.. Marysvillest . 2:lSp. M-, ftnd Oalistota ' 
at L'J;-1> p. m. ;alBoJeavr'3 San Irancisco at 4 P. at. 
by which passengers reach Sacramento at 8:15 p. 
M„ MaryBviile at 9:30 P. M.. and Oslistoga »t 7:« 

GOING SOlTn 1 

Morning Express Trains leaves MaryRvilleatBd* 
A. M., Sacramento at 7:31a. M., and Calistogftftt 
7:30 a. u., arriving at San Francisoo at 11 :30 a. K. 

Afternoon Express Train leaves MarysviUe atl>- 
M., Sacramento at 3:30p. m., and CflliBtogaat2:4» 
P. H., arriving at San Francisco at 7:30 p. M. 
SUNDAY TRAINS AND BOAT. 

Sunday ExpreBS Train leaves MaryBvillo at 10:11 
A. at., Sacramento 2:30 p. si., and Oallslogft fttSP, 
M. . orriviug at San FrancifCo at 6 :4S P. M. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sunday* ls*T*l 
Sun Francisco at 8 :30 a. m. ; passengers arriving ftt 
Vsllejoat 10:15 a M-, Sacramenio at J:*5 P. at. 
MarysviUe at 5 P. M., and Cslistoga m, 12:*0 T.V 
Returning, leaves Vallcjo on arrival of train* rrosB 
Callstoga and Mnrvsville at 5 p. M., arriving at Baa 
Francisco at 6:45 P. if. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery streetoroi 
board theSteamer CAPITAL. Baggage called Ml 
and checked from reBiriences, hotels, etc., by tt* 
S. F. BoKjrnee Express Company. 

L. O. FOWLEP, R. S. MATTISOK, 

Gen'l Freight and Pase. Ag't. Superintendaatf 

Yallejo. Mflv6tb,187l. m^W, 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THB WORLD-EENOWKED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TO 
Mokelumne Station, Peek A Co* Stage Lino 
Concord Ooacbes from Mokelumne Station to Big 
Trees, leaving San Francisco at 8 a. m. every day, 
stopping over night at Mokelumne Mill, and arriv- 
ing at Big Trees at 12 si. nest day. Returning, 
leave B'g Trees at 2 P. M„ stopping over mebt at 
Mokelumne Hill, leaving next morning st. flMi aad 
arriving »t Mokelumne S'ation next day in 1 1 or* to 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains Hast sod 
West, arriving at San r rancisco at .1 p. si., maklnf 
tbe roond trip In 1 days and 10 bonr*. 

FAKE: 
Mokelumne Station to Bin; Tre««,..,l • 

Sound Trip *• 

■ftjr- For farther particulars,"! pply to 

P. H. K£A\, Ajcent. 
in27 lm No. 6«8 Clay street, San FranoUao. 




EllFORNIA THEATRE, NEW THEATRE COMIQUE 



. 




xtst 
lice du1v1vi1yg 




XX Llngnra 



"Win l t ,.. 

HENLE 



■rvvr in 



■ ■■aeaeaj nl 

.■ol.ool for m 

■In, UMtMl W » I ». II 



HAYES PARK & PAVILION 



I'Btty Piece of Business 



nU OOAT ISLAND GHOST 1 
*««[. LOPIZ AND HCR COUN Pf 



Mil* 

ikM ib«? «... Uara tk* 



|k> leeiaUX 



»n« »» -». 




j TI.K FIOHT FOK <.UVEI.NO.. 

Ot. Till wn»n or Tin naioD 



. HORACE LINCARP 

I Mkm.i. kilktnl »•>. kUU city. Meee. 



<.>~ le '.. dale W« r . 

PW UW kroi •> BOKAC K I IK.ltD 

l.-f-IMIUi WM .k>D 

• ••ton. »«« it-. HIM » w ;■{ ~i i i i>i.tln I n..|. «.,. 



I^lietl-... K,»r 



HIM lllnKhr 
Pr*f. Paal IUiIm 



THE FENIAN SOOTHER) 

U* TuIh Dmw I'lmll . .1*. PwUr 
H -• .lima, Mnrph, 



BITTEI 



TOSOFTHISUu- 

ilC.ilitnttwi t 
mcmid b Mai 
:in'hiij p*: j| t 

■ ■■■ 
if tfctTsm TWlt 

r<i.iij.«ir , ..ir. 

H.EWTEM., 
Ml 



• \ w*-* T-e TW-ma-4 IM H »RA' i 
1 * V ■><*•« «lrl of tk>« »•, tl HORACK i 
J ►rtvs la i»- (HI .(•«*•* WM. HOR- ' 1 •' '■-■ 

Ale*. Usa OM r»r^t(M. 
"I • 1 •«*« Wnaaw, Tar*' lae Park, 

• •«•!> JUk«. Vt -Itelma l>«w. aWe-tal. 

M>*» »i r *i T— III. Per tmc-ll-**-*-, 

«fj%a A****-. OM MtsslfJIasnrala, 

i lie*e> •« law* RrM*k, Ulnar aWor, ele., etc. 
of UmVocM'i Ottobrtl 

i Uaale Raa*t*aa. Oar. Met% 



IIIImi a*j Pr 
-a^ Jee. 



i 



eta ■ *.*■»»— T.aas. ttae. Gr.ii. 



fiwoV with tk* Parce rotm* 1 



1 1 1, to 
roil itfttt, In f- 
lrw>l,[flltttkl 

picinc lui 

■ AMEB OWll 

Arranges 

In to DUtw -» : 
lo ■iirrra*)' 

■nfeoMi 

FUIhrwB"** 1 
Jul I'afaa. 

tflla-t! 

Whirl.!*** [J 



J DAY AFTER THE WEDDING 



: 

i i - 

* '■Pwnj** thaeovtre Mr in i Vn HoreM will ting the 
19 « tans*. es>! Ifmnt from •'□ Tnmloi*." 



Wa. Bane* Llsrtrd 

J. A. Smiiti 

John T. Re y mood 

B J. Knmoo 

Alia* Donning (I.lngard> 
». iadeh 



en>eg ■»■ Bmtt 
at..). Deal 



Il»ea> A»4» 

n«ii-ei 



. Jake W.llif* 
1.1»>|f- lli.rna.tn 
.flaasnv Marahv 

WalUrp eed DeAaarelta 

KralllTA 
.. . Lew Parkrr an*] (-*«. Poster 
Aaala l.aaar 



ROSE 


DURAND 


IN 


CHARACTER 


SONCS 



















THE HAUNTED HOTEL! 

Jake Wallaee tad JahDDT D. A.e.lla 

To ooncl.de with 

Dancing on the Brain 

Character, by the ,ntlr, Oompe.r. 



MONDAY BVKNINO. Jnlr W-FuM uwirueaol 

E. M. Hall, the Creat Banjoist. 

Formal lr of Kainon'i. Also, 

Tlio Reynolds BrotHora 

Urnrif and *'hnrl«-j'. 

Adaalaalaa Twmly.flvr' tenia 

Ooora opoo at i. Parforauoo* to oomiaaao* at 8X, 



Hayes Park Pavilion 

ltd «UI lira t 

HHMIIASS KNTF.RTAIMIENT 

Tbart on 
SUNDAY AFTERHOOM JULY iHa 

r*rfomuB(« 10 reiDinfiic* at %30 P. H. 



MME. LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPILS 

The >o«n|fii hrlnaj aal> M Tear* Old, 
And miDy DOTtl and AttTftctiv* rtttiiira* trill b* 



"The fall profjunin* will *pp*ar lo Patorday'i 7maio. 



Admlaalaa UCcati 

JOnitKY TrEHB ft C. SB00SB, Proprlatori. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

a-.nf 

■aMlWNMa. 

IttW- 

ELLA WE8NER! 

la aar lataf* aa4 Itaiaaaaat Ctaaaaaa. 

"Pavlag the Way/' "Raeketty Jack," and 
" Cuampagn. Charley.'' 

■ 

Aline 

T». I 

ZtoynolOa Brotnoi 

la Urt !--■ tr'a Mnp tad Daaaa* 

mam,Q ■ ■> pal da | Kaai n a.-, Mat Ratty | r— H .-a t. Ja—a 
Q*art«r* PaQ Baa4 

v "-.- ' 'aipaaj 

Miaata FUlaaana 

.r fraat Uieaw I I*t» . m Itraa 

Aaia UattaJoa** ... k .loaaa 

Tr,.a*ia« Ra.);f T.nk'ii -a.-ktaa 

Weal U. .«»• tall. 

•1 tat Weadao Lag >^«v lUraolaa 

• npaay 
HMkr Walh-Aratwt Trattp* 

"rartnra Oi«a*aaM 

RaMT t aele Jahn Jaaanjr Maaalag 

Joaapaat Orfcavaa Bla n ai Frank Jonas 

Ballad . llmi'B-mr 

••taff ted DsBfa. 

••I Ronllv a9t.nl. Bxplro!" 

Claarre and Charles Kajraalda, 

Ballad ....Mlaiia Oarb^a 

The UoetjnalltMl Protau ArtUt, 

Miss ELLA WE8NER 

liar dsllaeatlon of her Cslsbrmtsd Spselally, 

u OlmmiiAHiio Charloy," 

Haa craatad more eaaafoe applaoaa than s-ar (retted 

an/ethsr Artist lo toe United HUtea. 

OTertoxe t ,.Otabastra 

laEAKNINa TO A0T1 

Mat Kelly aad Harry Tberapeoa 

Ballad raony Oarreteon 

•aataj aad Dance Blanch* Halle 

New Nsffro Act of 

A NIOHT IN THE WHAT CHEER HOUSE 

Ueori* attd Ctudee Bayaold*. 
Oonoladlajt with Ailne Le Farrt't Qreat Play of 

SCENES IN PARIS 

FRAILTY. qaetjQof the Blondaa A LINK LE FAVRE 

Mr. Filtwilliam Johnny Maoatac 

Mrs. Kit/.allliaei Mloole Fillmore 

Temptation.... ) t Magcle Brewer 

Nonchalance • (.riaettsa of Paria Vacru (.arretaon 

Innocence ) ' M'llo Blanche 

Modi. Perez May Leroy 

Motib. Daprcs Sally Beery 

Olatite ....Toaephlne 

Joseph Myers, a Dutchman Harr* Thompson 

Mods. Le Doi. a chain pacae awsll H. O. Marsh 

JobDnoklsis (with book and dance) Kiank Jonea 



IJ»M.« 



HSSWf 1 ' 
,Waw"<fS 

»T»Hffi 

■ 






!*■»»" 



lureka Range 

he best Cooking Appa- 
r.ue now I n t he market. 
AQuick a nd e ven Baker, 
economica l In Fuel, and 
r ndsomo In Design. It 
fes universal satisfac- 
t n. Try It. 

rOB 8 A 1.1 BY 

IlCKE & MONTAGUE, 

■ I lltaas 1 1 i Baltf ry itrret. ,'tf 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Cattinr 
EADQUARTERS, 

OOaloutRompryrt., 



R8. E. MORRIS, 

8HIRT MAKEE, 
UT PREMTTJM RECEIVED, 

»«»< i i to m». asa sun, unci. 

_S**a No- ». hud Flow. 




O. HICKS & CO., 

mOK-BINDERS 

al» HAW-SOOI MARUFACTURHI, 

o. B4B Clay Stroot, 
Sa> rmucuco, 

As* A* J •lr*el. - ■■r«»»,«U, nUI 



,..!. R 



'iCbaicilWritinjPl.il 

t does not oorrodo or oios the pea. 



IMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

^H,7 ruBicrsaiD boomb. sni- 

fcwarlaralu, 

TT«I1 LlltUd «»* TnllUUd. 



DINNER, 

DESSERT,I BREAKFAST, 

■ mifTff... 

t e: js^ 

8ET8. SETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

■lecant Snnpca, 172 Places fl«5 OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

iaa ram iuoo 

CUT GLASS SET, 

«•". Pie«a aaoae 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

ST Pieces SIS OU 

Silverplated Service, 

1 Beat Castor...., ) 

1 dot«n saoh lea and ( ,. sa ( --d.- aoi ka 
Table Bpoons >* 4 P««««.-..S»1 SO 

1 dozen Medium Fortes ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

) Wltb Fori White .SO OO 

(Wllk Franeb China IUOOO 

GUABAHTIXD FIRST-OLASS GOODS, aid 
packed or detlverad FREE OF CHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pin* Street, 
jcJSlf a AN HAIIIICO. 




THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ArTORHET AT i,A.-W, 

(A.-»eaat #r»«ffala,) 

poos ao. a. rob. via and it • mont- 




bemoved to splendid new booms, 
so mkoitsoh1bt stbekt, 

Fir,t Floor, Opposite Maaoolo 7 emple. 
PBIISK BEDITBD. 

ap iu em 




ox^XHxr 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard street, n«ur Second. 

THE MANA- 

gers take pleasure 
in a&noanolng 
that after baying 
a larfie force of 
oarpenters at 
work, their 

New Floor 

ii computed : and 

aUo that the Rlok 

_ wlllb. 

airwrjAVB, 

jnaiiw tizi.ua ac amks. 

Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNDlc OF COMMERCIAL AND LKIDK8- 
dorff streets, bavins; been thoronshly reno- 
vaLed, and a new bitMogroom added io front. Is 
no# ready to rflcelvo Lndiiera by t he day. week, or 
mr-ntb, at the LOW PRICE of SA, WJX_ and 
«Oc. BY THE NIOHT, and BY THE WEEK. 
St Oe) to S3 and W» CG— for Sinclo Rooms. All 
the rooms art fnrnithed vriib FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. I be HonBsa*.t1 Bade ars kept thoroughly 
claan aad free from moniuitoti. 



BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
Uf BAN FRANCISCO. 

XAL8TON A COTTBELL, 
apSlm Proprietors, 



TO THE LOTEHi OF 

SONG.'AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TO* 
■oclsty is at the 

4* 



SALOON! 



60S MJssIon street* bet. Second and lVew 

Montgomery, 

Every Saturday jNifi-Hl. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8.SO SHARP. 

N. B.— A spaolous Club Room to let for one or 
two nights a week, with every convenience for 
Band Praotioe, Club meetings, etc. Music furn- 
ished for parties. 

myjfl HOLLAND A. EAGLES. Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 

ISTS' STE. 

Printer, 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



HAS BEM0TED TO 



Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp. old office. 




W- A. HUCHE8, 

SI 5 Clay street, between X<el deader* and 
Sanaa me. 

KEEPS THE BBSs 

"A. a. a.. wKJ^s^Ha.E;Y» , 
Marr4«n a No. 3 Ale, 

BBaTWKD EXPB18SLY FOR 0AJ.* K 9RlfIA. 



Large aatortsaeot of Freaeh 
rThiaiy, Jaraalaa Run. Hollaod 



of Freaeh Braxv. r 



, Bootob 



GLORIOUS VIOTORT !— FIRST 
Premiums and Silver Medals award- 
ed to FUGAZIS ORIENTAL OIL 
HAIR DYE, at the Mao Franolaoo 
Fairs in 1804. '65 and 'Oil; at Sacra- 
mento In 1863, '66, '66. "K7 and 7D: also 
at Stockton and AlaryBvillo Fairs. 
This Oil Dye is the beat, slHiiiK-et, 
easiest applied in the world. Work 
done in a few seconds; In twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be seen. Free from sugar 
Lfad. Lao Stjlphub. or otru r poisonous, health- 
deatroyins droKB need is other hair preparH'ions. 
One upplioatlon. natural brown: two, black. Noth- 
ing In the world erjuala this Oil for the Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI. K street, near 
Third, Hftoramenlo: HUG & SCUM IDT, MS Com- 
mercial bt., Sbu Franoieco; GATES A RHODES, 
San Jose. Ask your druKBlst for it, my4tf 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

•A. MooWumerr ,treet, comer im, 

ROBERT MATERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

AV JToTeltT-aapaaee© ATaphlns, 

and Cklneae Buck ■cratchera. 

lilERICAR WATCHES, C»U. DIMIOKDS 

JaW* Bro. EW. Jeb 



F. MAN8ELL & CO., 

' HODSB, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 



Dr. Zeile's New Russ.an.Turkish 

— AaD— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 
For Ladles and Gentlemen. 

«». .as P eel Be atrae 

THE BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO If. 
tabliahn.nl of tb. kind, etth.r in Kniepaot 
America. Oonr.nl.nt and aeparate apartment., 
Bathini b, Steam, b, Uot Air. and br Plain » 
Medicated WaUra. Snitaa of room, in th. aam, 
bnilding for private patiant*. 1.J9 lm 

NAPA_SODA. 

THE NATTJKAI, WATER as TAatKJI 
FROM TUB IPBINSt AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSTVELY 
oied for t bo past thirteen years, with the most 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuable 
properties, as will be seen by the following 

Analysis of the lVapa Sods Sprlaga* 

By Dr. L. LaNzwh£rt. Practical Chemist, May, 

Temperature, Fabr SB 

Reeidiom from Evaiioral ion'in !*-gallon. grs. ...17 

Bicarbonato or Soda .3 3S 

Oarbontto of Mnenesia 53 

Carbonate of Lime 3 72 

Chloride of Sodium 1 W 

Subcarbonate of Iren.. 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina. 1» 

Lose 0«3— IT ■ 

We, the undersigned, physicians, preoticing la 
the otty of San Francisco, bave examined the re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lanzweert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The wator, aocordiag to tail si- 
emtmttion, possesses Aperient Antacid aod Tonic 
properties, which cannot fail to be very beneficial 
la the tri'atment. of Chronic Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and Invigorating bever- 
age: H. M. Gray. M. D. : Artbnr B Stout, M. D.| 
J. P. Whit-nev, M D. : A. F. Sawyer, M, D. ; Obaa, 
Bartod v. M. D. ; Win. O. Ayres, M. D. 

sfa- For sale at all saloons throughout the city 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly eze 

anted at the NapaSoda Agency, 1S4 BUTTER 

HTHEKT. 

jnW tf T W. PKBfy. Agent 

0» FaiUkaer'a Chemical Writing Fluid, 

, For sale to the trade, at 40b and 407 Sansome 
Street 

CLIFF JHOUSE t 

ROIDING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 

FOAMINB IDIF ! MONSTER SEA UBN1 1 

Elegant Breakfasts, Lunches, Din- 
ners and Suppers 

Banco TOIB W1FK I 

■xna TOCB TAMILT 

BBIXa TOCB HOT FBIBJIBa 

Are wrj** a view of th. ftpaat Ooui Pavosama 

Id tn. w hoi. world, all in ,ifh t of th. 

world-racrwnad 

a o r. r» jo it oat-Bi 

With a fee, of white-wined m m i aem enterta 
fMHl •«■? nut a* th. oamBHeeiM weeiA. 

N.w Lia. Bum, eonaertfag with Been. 
- Lea. Mountain „.r, IS mlaale. 1 ' 



^uMianso *-mt daj. •«•!* fioaday. •» 

— AT— 

aftrehant 8t and 535 Washington fit 
Balow Montaromsry Block. 



FRIDAY JOLY 7, 1871 



TO HOT EL K EEPERS. 

• •Fl*ar.." i. nulled everT mornln* to 
all the hotels oa too Faelfle Const. Pra 
prtetor* of new hotels who hove not jet 
received it will have It forwarded free 
off char-are on •endlnjt am their address. 



FIGARO ON THE CAl*. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

FIOAUO l« thoroughly distributed ev- 
#t7 duyon the car* of the Cullfornlu Pu- 
rifle Kallrood, leaving Mnrysvlilc for 
Vallejo *ad •»■ FronclKO at 1 o'clock. 
I». H. __ 

- - S 

FIGARO OH THMMKIUID BOATS. 

MO " Figaros'* are distributed on the 
Oakland Ferry boat* everj afternoon, 
■ao tlly among the pa»>cnffera arriving by 
the great Overload Train. 



FIBARO ON THE VAILEJO BOAT. 

J»4)» "i'liarui" are distributed every 
day among the passengers on the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
Tallejs to this city. 



FIGARO ON THE SOUTHER* PACIFIC RAILROAD 

•TlsTmr*" is circulated every day on the 
cars of the Southern Faelncsa.K. which 
leave San Jose for this city at 3ifcO P.M. 



•'Flsrnro" Is circulated every day at 
the Skating Rink. 



A Secret Worth Knowing. 

An «ble writer girt 3 the following: "The 
looking fonr&rd to enjoyment does sot pay. 
From what I know of it, I would as soon 
chase butterflies for a living, or bottle 
moonshine for a cloudy night The only 
way to be hippy is to take the drope of hap- 
piness as Qod gives them to us every day of 
oar lives. The boy mast learn to be happy 
while he is learning his] trade, the mer- 
chant while he is making his fortune. If he 
fails to learn this art he will be sure to miss 
his enjoyment when he gains what be has 

sighed for. 

Newspaper Philanthropist. 

The enterprising editor of a paper in 
Bunker Hill, Illinois, sends out circulars 
stating that "The Gazette is published solely 
for the benefit of mankind, by a aelf-eaeri- 
ficiog manigement which might enjoy com- 
parative affluence in a poor-house. All mon- 
eys received on subscription or job work 
will be devoted to the interests of the poor." 



Another One. 

The night-editor of a daily paper wrote 
this head-line to one of his cable dispatches: 
"The British lion shaking his mane." He 
was unable to eat his breakfast next morn- 
ing, when he found the printers version of 
the matter staring him in the face, thus: 
"The British lion skating in Maine." 



The World. 

Seek not to please the world, but your 
own conscience. The man who has a feeling 
within him that he has done his duty upon 
every occasion is for happier than he who 
hangs upon the smiles of the great or the 
still more fickle favors of the multitude. 



A church out West advertises for sale a 
pew which "commands a view of nearly the 
whole congregation." 



The Oldest Basks e* Massachusetts. - 
The Band banks on Cape Cod. 



Hlah Living lit L.ow Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
men are supplied with dinners at a low cost 
per plate, but It neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Restaurant, ou Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, within twenty paces of 
the Bulletin office, serves better fare at lower 
cost every day In the year. 'What would the 
Bostonians think of a dinner composed of the 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup. 
large place of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of Icecream, all for 25 cents? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will cost 
ten cents more. Those are the regular bill of 
fare charges at the California Beetanrant. In 
fare how Is that for high f In price, how is that 
for low • 

■ e 
Jnllen Perrault, M.. X>., 

Physician and Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten'years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acuta or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientific meth- 
ods. Office. 602 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Rooms 
9, 10 and 11. Consultations In English, Franco, 
German and Spanish, • 

"What Cheer i_,auncir->- 

Oalls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
the city, 

o ■ ■ 

JDowny Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
Branch House, 424 Sansome street, are absolute- 
ly perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blankets made of the finest California wool, 
and she of spotless whiteness all combine to 
Injure t t Jd night's rest. * 



"What Is Glucolein? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. Prepared and 
•old by . za Q. Sibils & Co., No. 621 
Montgomery street. 



Sign* of Character Re-realed by Ad- 
vertisers In their Ad-vertleementa, 

We always find someihing interesting in 
GFeo. P* Bowell A Co'e American Newspaper 
Reporter. We take the following from its 
columns: . 

"A man ■ oharaater may often be read in 
his method and style of advertising. Tbe 
modest mau never says "I," seldom "we," 
and courts only the custom that can appro- 
elate modest worth. 

The quiet man wants no heavy display, 
and content* himself with telling of his 
wares in plain Roman. He indulges in no 
epasmodio overflows, but quietly works and 
bides his time. 

The held advertiser may bo won at a 
glance. He wants the half, or whole, or 
possibly a double column, and means to 
have no one glance at hia side of the paper 
without aeeing at least his name and busi- 

The defiant advertiser deals in huge blank 
spaces and heavy type. He seeks the mar- 
gins of newspapers, or bedaubs the face of 
nature with glaring pigments. If he can- 
not challenge your admiration, he is ready 
to ohailenge you. 

The impertineot advertiser details the in- 
formation imparted by one simple young 
lady to another concerning the virtues of 
hta particular merchandise, and how simple 
young lady No. 2 was convinced, how she 
purchased, and rejoiced over its exact fit- 
ness. 

The impudent man prefaces his advertise- 
ment with "Tremendous Crash" or "Shock- 
ing Revelation," when he only desires to in- 
form yen where you can buy gingerbread or 
peanuts at the 'owest market rates. 

The hypocritical advertiser attracts your 
attention to an interesting statement of 
some scientific discovery, whiob, it pres- 
ently appears, is nothing compared to his 
efficacious "Toe-nail Restorer." 

The Bpasmodio advertiser btUeves in car- 
rying things with a rush. He showers heav- 
ily for a week or two, and then lies by for 
the effects. 

The pertinacious advertiser never takes 
down his sign. He will have all men read 
of his merchandise, turn which way they 
will. He believes in "Holdfast" rather than 
in "Brag," and in his dogged way determines 
to have your custom, and no thanks to yon 
either. 

The flashy advertiser offends yen with 
slang, reminding you of the mock-auction 
style, where brass jewelry commands a pos- 
itive premium over gold. 

The rascally advertiser is not simply the 
man who vends spurious wares, bat who 
also cheats the 'printer. The comfort is 
that such men get quickly passed around. 

Nearly all these classes find encourage- 
ment in their various ways of extending 
their reputation, but undoubtedly the most 
successful are tbe quiet, the pertinacious, 
and, we are sorry to add, the impudent. 
But no man, whatever his stand, can suc- 
ceed who does not advertise and pay for it." 

Unfortunate.— A Kansasman is in jail for 
letting a neighbor's mule follow him. 

A Question.— Can a Bhip with two owners 
be called a partnership. 



Often. — Proper names are often very im- 
properly written. 

An Early R™rn. — The man with a quick 
temper. 

How to Make Time go Fast— Use the 
spur of the moment 



A Good Side-show— A pretty cheek. 



Dead Beats— Extinct drummers. 



Crcmo de T_.is. 

Beautiful Is the finish developed by the use 
of Digest's celebrated Cbkme de Lip, a pure 
transparent complexion being imparted. No 
poison enters Its composition. * 



Ladles* Pine Lasting Dalrnora'a 

For {f3, at F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, 
Nob. 322 and 324 Bush street, opposite Alhaaabra 

Theatre. • 

Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small preflta ; 
no.bad debts. Adopted by J. A Shabkb k Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place in 
town to buy furniture and bedding. x 



If Yon Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, send them to the What Cheer Lann 
dry. 



Cox and Steamer Newt Agency. 

A. Kronberg. the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and tbe cars of the C. P. B. R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqab'o 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dallies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. • 






Beading Matter for AH, 

Loo mis, at his stationery store at the 6. F_ 
corner ol Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office itself. 
All the New York papers and English maga- 

alnes are there. 

John G. Hayden 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
lug saloon to the new and spacious store, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Build- 
log, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say It Is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast, • 

a 
Important to Strangers. 

Abraham's, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
per ezeeUmee to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $25; beaver suits 
to order, $40 ; pants to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
■ee that he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. Abbabams, 33 and 35 Second 
street. • 



The Universal Yankee. 

A mountain of granite appears rather a 
tough subject to deal with, yet a Yankee will 
burrow into its bowels, and lo! the granite 
becomes gold in tbe vaults of the Common- 
wealth Bank of Boston I 

A pond of ice presents a cheerless and 
chilly aspeet to tbe eye, hat the Yankee, 
nothing daunted, will heave up its crystal 
masses, and straightway the Ice glitters in 
diamond* upon the bosom of his rosy- 
cheeked spouse 1 

Wherever the Yankee Isyeth down his 
hands, gold epringetfa. 

Into the soil he thrusteth his spade, gold 
springeth therefrom. 

In the dim twilight, by his chimney-cor- 
ner, he sits meditating, and thoughts chase 
one another through his brain, which 
thoughts are gold. 

Various they are, it may be, in form and 
seeming. 

One is but a gridiron, another a baby- 
jumper, and a third a steam engine, but he 
writeth them all down in tbe Patent Office 
at Washington, and then pntteth them in 
his pocket In golden scales from the mint at. 
Philadelphia. 

But your genuine Yankee coineth not 
merely his own* sagacious conceits ; the fol- 
lies, the fears and errors of others are more- 
over all gold to him. 

He fabricateth "mermaids" and "sea ser- 
pents," and locketh up in his own chest 
heaps of golden credulity. 

He maketh a pill of chalk and wheaten 
bread, which he warrant eth to cure asthma, 
hydrocephalus, epilepsy and yellow fever, 
and presently buiideth him a great house on 
the banks of the Hudson. 

When a sudden delirium seizeth all the 
world, prompting them to migrate in floods 
to nowhere, he quietly mustereth his fleet 
of transports for that destination, or buiid- 
eth a railroad in that direction, regardless 
of what is at the other end. 

He erecteth to himself no castles in the 
air, but he diligently aldeth his neighbors to 
build the same, and out of the proceeds 
grow up to him presently castles upon the 
earth. 

Such is the modern Hidiaa— the Midias 
without the long ears— the cool, acute, saga- 
cious, calculating Yankee. 
■ ■ -- i 

Accidental Deaih. 

The Solano Republican says: 

A distressing accident occurred at the farm 
of R. O. Haile, in Suisun valley on Thursday 
evening, resulting in the death of a man 
named Andrew E. Anderson. Anderson 
had been engaged in harvesting during 
the day, using a team of horses. When 
the laborers in the field quit work he was 
the last teamster to unhitch hie horses, 
and, mounting the " nigh" one, and lead- 
ing the other, he rode down into the 
creek to water them. While there he 
leaned over, it seems, to unfasten the rein of 
tbe "off" horse, and, it is supposed, his 
foot slipped under the tug in front of the 
back-band of the horse he was riding, and by 
some mishap he was jerked off the animals 
back, and his lege being fast his body 
hung head downward. The horse com- 
menced at once to plunge, rear and kiok 
with frantio desperation until tbe poor 
man's skull was fractured, his neck and jaw 
broken, and his body bruised in a horrible 
manner— in fact death ensued before 
his body was disentangled from tbe harness. 
When assistance reached him, all that could 
be done was to carry- his lifeless body to Mr. 
Haile's residence. We are told that Ander- 
son was 25 years of age; that he was recently 
from Wisconsin, where he had a wife arid 
one chi ld. 

A Popular Desideratum. 

Sm Francisco as its population Increases is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wisant & Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Oysteb Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, in beautifully furnished rooms for ladies 
and families, and altogether it bids fair to be 
the most popular institution In the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Winant, who has 
been • wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of his partner, Chablet ttaaith:, 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons. Is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific Otbteb Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a most unexcep ionable manner. * 



1*1 cnlcs- Calls, tosta— Seaside. 

The new BumiLer styles of hate are very nu- 
merous, and "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
streat, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It Is only at "Tbx" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone snows that 
"The" Hat Store Is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at thiB well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. ^__^^_ • 

The Place. 

Ihe Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, Is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oyster^. 
It Is not strange It should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson OorviUe's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day— Eas- 
tern and California transpUn ted ones, from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. • 



Contortion Mlrrore 

Are all the rage in the saloons In the East 
at present. It is so funny to march a friend np 
to them, and let him see how redlcnlous his 
reflection looks in them- There is sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will miU. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Bubs 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogiifl cations tney mate 
in a man's appearance are very grotesqu.e.HEv- 
ery one should see them. • 



Ptew Farnlshng Good*, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



Oysters rtnd Chowder, 

Try Joe Oiusti's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 10? California - Market, an 
trance on Summer street. Ladies' saloon at 
Cached. Open day and night. * 



What Cheer Laundry 
t» th*> bast laundry in San Francitoo 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, 



XjOSt: 



A LADIES' POCKET BOOK. CONTAINING 
Receipt for a Piano and other papers valuable 
lo owntr; > $; .W gold piece, toot Miver. a nog, 
and other article*. The finder is welcome to ke*p 



A Card to the Musicians and 
the Public. 

Bab fcanckco, Jcit 5th, iwi. 

KrA pcrnoQ by the name of J owe ph J,. 
Schmitz has been circulating false reports con- 
cerning myself. Asa Dotnbur of members of tbe 
late French Opera Orchestra, and other hum- 
otans, have been influenced to sign a paper drawn 
up by him to the effect that they will not piny 
for me if I should eater into an arrangement to 
famish the orchestra for the coming Italian Op- 
era, and as such paper has been banded to Mr. 
Biscaecitia with the intention of doing rae injury* 
it becomes my duty to place myself right before 
the musjeiaos and tbe public of San Francisco' 
and not only pronounce the charges false, but to 
prove them bo. Tbe said charges are to at I re- 
co ved recompense from the late French Opera 
Troupe to release an attachment I bad against 
them for their indebtedness for the orchestra. 
"When he, the said Schmit:, bavin? been at that 
time a member of my orchestra, must have known 
that the lawyer I first employed, released the at 
tact men t without my orders and unknown to me; 
and that apon hearing the fact I immediately went 
to tbe Sheriff's office, and protested against the 
release in tbe presence of Deputy Sheriff Knox. 
and that- 1 employed another lawyer to see what 
oonld be done in the matter. For these facta have 
been talked over repeatedly by him, myself and 
others. The scent of tbe lata French Opera 
Tronpe, 11. Acrali, who can verify toe fact, that 
I never received any recompense to forego tbe 
suit, Is still in this city. I would say in conclusion 
that in maintaining myself and family of nine 
children, I have always conducted my business 
competitions In a fair and honorable manner, and 
bold if any party should work themselves into 
position through dishonorable means, they should 
be held in detestation by all honorable men. 
J. ALLEN, 
Lai e Leader Metropolitan Theatre. 

1914 Mason street jy6 3t 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Consri-eim Hull, 8SO Bath street, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny streets. 

BEBVCTIOX OF PRICE! 

Assemblijs— 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 5 p'. «., 7,S to 10 P. m 

Admission— Day and Evening 25 Cents 

Use of Skates 25 cents 

j»6tf CHAS. M. VALLEK. Proprietor. 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOE THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF SACKAMXNTO, 
Will take place at tbe 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET. 
OUT WEDNESDAY JTLT 18th 



EXCURSION TICKET'S TO SACRAMENTO 
for tbe day of the Concert by the various 
routes will be issued to those holding tickets. 

Excursion Tickets may be obtained at all tbe 
prominent Book and Music Stores in this city, or at 
CADWALLADER, DAVIS A GO'S, 

■11 Fourth street, Sacramento. 
B9~Excnrsion Tickets only good for tbe 18th 
to xOlh of July, inclusive. ju2S td 

Carpets. Furniturel 




I 1 Xi A G- S. 

ALL NATIONS AND SIZES. MADE TO 

, order at the Carpet and Furniture Emporium 
of JOHN O. BELL, nearly opposite tbe Grand 
Hotel, on Market street, between Montgomery and 
Sansome. jeSO I week 



Flagstaff s. Large and Small! 

A. R. NICHOLS, 

C CARPENTER AND BUHV 
J DER, 

CEDAR STBEET.j 

Between Front and Davis and 
Washington and Clay, San Francisco. 

Ladders, Steps, 1 lag staffs, Ornamental Tree and 
Garden Stakes mid a to order, on reasonable terms. 

N. 13— All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended 
to. jy 1 Iw 



RHEUMATISM. 

TVflRS. "W. S. WRIGHT. SUCCESSOR TO J 
1TJ - W. MAO, the only Oonqneror on tbe Globe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forma— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory ; Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lnmbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc.. No. 161. Tehama 
street, fonrth door from Tnird. ju28 Im 



187K72. 
Personal Property Taxes 

faTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OER- 
■^ tifled copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for the Fiscal Year U71-72 has 

this day been reoeived, and that the State, Oityand 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now das 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining due and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensnlng will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will bs added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Coll actor. 
San Francisco. July 3d, 137L jy« lm 



Candy ! Candy 1 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
tursr. No. 5tS Kearny street, between Sao- 
xanunto and California ; and ISrT Beoond strsst, 
bat. Minna and N stoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Oaxtaee frw to all parts of the olfcy 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CUBED BY 

The Arabian Treatment. 

TBE HOST SEVEBE CASES 

RELIEVED J 3 DAYS. 

HiTEKNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. 829 Pacific street, 

n»-Tbe Doctor's advertisements will appear in 
Figabo exclusively. j a^H tf 




CALIFORNIAJESTAURANT 

NOS. «lO, OtttAND M4MONT- 
gomery street, near Merchant.— 
dies' Saloon connected wan the Res- 
tanrant. 

Bill ol Fare. 

Ice Creiim FSEE to any person 
(Spending 165 Cents. 

Senp, with Fish or Rroasts 15o 

Soup, with two Eggs lfio 

Two Ebbs ioe 

Two Farm lone I'ee* lOe 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 15c 

Mutton Chops, Tea or Ooflee lAo 

Besfrteak, do lfcj 

Sirloin Steak, do 20o 

tresh Oysters, Raw or Stewsd 15c 

Olati Fritters 150 

Bottle of White Wine Uo 

BottlBof Claret Wine or Beer 15c 

Pies, Pudding or Cake So 

Oat Heal. Mush or Uraoked Wheat 6o 

Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or daret Wine 5c 

del-tf JOHN BEGAN. Proprietor^ 




3,000 Men Wantedl 

—AT IHE— 

CITY RESTAURANT, 

North sids Cloy street, below Montgomery, 



To Eat Ham and Eggs at the following 

LOW PRICES: 

ThresEgfre I5o 

Ham snd 2 Epgs l-So 

Oysters— every style.. 15c 
Beefsteak 10c 



Mutton Chop. 

Pork Chop lflc 

Outlets 10c 

Pork and Beans 10c 

Smelts 10c 

Salmon 10o 

Beef a la Mode lOo 



Boast Turkey Xs 

Chicken Pot-pie Uo 

Fricauaed Ohioken... 3h 

Breast of Lamb IDs < 

Fried Liter ite 

Tripe— all styles. ]Sa 

Soup— all kinds 5a 

TesorOoffes as 

Milk or Beer So 

OlarerWiue 5s 

Pies, Puddings, etc.. Is 



Try the City Restaurant, 

688 and 540 Clay street, 

North sids just below Montgomery 

jul3tf D. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. XT Second street* 



THEY HAVE REDUCED THEIR 

f rices, and you Can live like s prlne* i 
here for s small sum, Among tbs 
reductions are: 

Cap of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 cents 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 cants 

Oveters. sll styles... : 20 cent* 

Roast Vsal, Mutton or Beef 10 cents 

Soup, all kinds 10 otmU 

Grand Family Bestaurant, SO Second i 
street, near Market. julStf 



HOPESl 

Clia,rjg:e or Progrramme i 

■ ■■.AX TBS.... 

Esperance Restaurant, fan. 

«47 Commercial street. r 7J w ' 

Board per Week. 6 SM 

Board per Month SO OS) 

Dinner with "VFlne OO 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

GUsTAVE SCHNETDBB, 
mr&S tf C47 Commercial at., below Kearny. 



ItE-OI»E^VI3NG OF 

Delmonico Restaurant! 

THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE- 

lopen the above Restaurant with all 
'ihe delicacies of tbe season, on SAT- 
URDAY, June 10th, and respectfully 
solicit toe patronage of the public 
ju91m 1AN£ OBOTHF.Bs. 



THEATKZ ROTISSERIE, 

BZ& Bapont at., one door sooth of] 

jsav >-v E. MAROHANTJ LATE OF THE 
%\\kmW " RQtlBaerie Restaurant" of the Union 
^eBsjJ^ Club, Proprietor. — Tbs Tablas provi- 
ded with all the Delicacies of the aeason. 
■as-QgSTBRS IN EVERY STYLE yeggs* 



J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH/' 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

Terrapin constantly on hand. Oysters la 
very stylB. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS T~* 

PARTIES. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VmOENTA CITY, NEVADA. 

THIB ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BERN BX- 
deeorated, snd is now open for tbe gumma? 
Season. STARS and TRAVELING COMPANIES 
UperaUy traatadon applicati on by letter to 

ProprieUr and HsiHSJSft 
parson to J. H. McCABE. 

620 Washington street . San Francisco 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE* 

SAGKAHEKTO. 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WILL OOMMENOt 
his second Dramatic Season early in Septem- 
ber, until wbioh time the Theatre can t>« rented 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and forTns- 
atrical Entertainments of a first-class order, by 
spplioation to THOS. BARER, Esq., at HastinfS 
A Go's Banking House, corner of Second and J 
streets, Sacramento. julfi tf 

The Arlington House, 

1 OT KEARNY 8TREET, BETWEEN POST* 
lA I and Sutter, will bs opened on tbs 1st •» 

July as a first-class LODGING HOUSE. The 
rooms are large, handsomely furnished, and will 
be rented low. Parties desiring to do so can make 
arrangements to h sts coffee with light breakfasts 
or loaches sernd in their rooms, omgis Rooms 
frojtnllA to SIS par month.: Transitu* custom so- 



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PART rMKOOND. 

The Great Vivian in his Amusing Serio-Comic Sketches 

To b« followed by th* Laughable* Musical Sketch of 

THA-T'S MT5T SISTBR. 

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LOCAL BANJO SOLO -By the MONARCH E. If. HALL 

Tho Blonde ttint Novor DIom Foatolle 

Billy Emerson as the Artful Dodger. 

OVE^TUBE^SellecUoTs EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

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Fja.tnl Hornblower B. M. Ball I Mom. UtcIW Ou.UToBid.ux 

Bantr. Slmnawa •"• Roblmon Madam Foetelln 

Fen^ Brown" . M Alnele, Boolt I Bootblack Wm. D.ljr 

Farmer Smith Louie Braham | Newsboy J. William. 

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ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 



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Fall Importations, 

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MERCHANT TAILOR, 

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RE9TECTFCIXT INT0RM8 HtS FR1BNDS AND ALI, 
In want of Dr-.lr.ble Clothing for ibe approaching 
montna that that be baa now In bla Store all the 

NEW STYLES OF 

.oatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

THE BEST AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

▼a work CHEAT FOR CA9B. and those who buy on this 
principle can SAVE MONEY. 

MX ABORT aaaurea all who may favor blm with their 
trdara that he will giro them entire aatlafactlon, And 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

U baa now REDCOED BIS PRICES lo suit the timet. 

IUSIRESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, $25 00 

HE BEIVER SUITS FROM $40100 UP 

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GRAND INAUGURAL MEETING! 

Five Dayfl' Trotting 

July 4th, 5th, 6tb, 7th and 8th 

FOT7RTII DAT ...PBIDaT, JULY 1 

Parse, 98 O— Fret for all boms that have 
never br-ten 2 :!'-— J l.W to first. $50 to second. 

J, M. Dickorson names b g Danger 

II. W S.ial- oatiiB- bl m Black iSw&n 

tJolooel Dicker names b in Fanny 

SAME DAY. 

Pttr-n- on«l Ntukr, 81CO. 

P. Fsrrell names bgLetme be 

O. D. LQBkDfttDOS e ni Kobo 

W. Uurdett ukmes b « Rallnplitier 

Boston Conner-, names b g Joe warren 

Colonel Dlokej names... bg Hector 

FIFTH DAY... 8ATUBDAY, JDLTf S 
•Purse, HOO- rree for all horses that bare 
never beaten 2:44— $158 to Hrst, fj)0 to second. 

P. Farrell Dames s m Ooqaette, formerly Kate 

J. If. lifckeriOD names be Danger 

colonel Diokey names frn Kate 

0. D. Luak names , . ,gT g Joe 

-fir- All the above Rum Mile Heats, three in five ; 
all In Harness, with the exception of that for 
Doable Teams. Three to eater, end two to start' 
A horse distancing the field shall only be entitled 
to first money. Raoes to be governed by Ihe Roles 
of the Rational Assooistion. i 

s*- Pools will be sold at Porter's Saloon, Mer- 
chant-/ Krobange. every night daring.tbo week 
commencing Monday evening, Jnlyld, by Chase 
Bowley A Dickey. 

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S9~Tbs Basses will ran from the Olty gad from 
the Point to the Traok. 

E. WRIRD. Proprietor. 
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STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

Mm, 8 Seoeasl street. 
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SQUARZ A'8 P UNCHES* 

g* enf Dim, for Ocntlemen.—Rgg Rocg (s new Pluioa.) 
Moraing Oomfort. Ladles' Plessnre, AaU-DTspeptlOjJLsdlss 
Tears, AntlDivoroe. Weloome, Oognao, Arrack, Oin. Whiskey 
Ooooa, OotTse, T»s. Pine Apple, S^ewberrt Piseo. ApjwUBsr 
Rotaan ReoUr. Aurora. Farewell, Jamaica Rom, Klrscnweseer 
■* OOKDI AUaV for I^svelles. — a.ad las' FavoriU, Ladlss 
Pleaaare, Laadiss' Tsers, Strawberrv, Blackbsrrr, Mint, Aadas 
Bos s* aUaeJ nsLOosos, Pensss Oafs. Ptms A»ote, Risssh 

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A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

THE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VISITORS 
to Sun Francisco is that there la no "comfort." Food 
is cheap enough ; Clothing has come down in price ; bat 
Lodgings— that ip, comfortable Lodgings— are scargo and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodfrings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a deslderatam in San Franclsoo. 
but a man 1b now in the field who supplleB this want and 
leaves nolhing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell bus long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on ttao 
corner of Commercial and Sansome streets, and he has now 
made the Branch House, 424 Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of its accommodations. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There is a Reading room with files of city and State papers. 
and chess and checker-boards for the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House Is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two houses, 

The Coso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of choos- 
ing by chance one of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing htm with $100. Of course this, with the other induce- 
ments offered, caused these houses to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not In a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell finds Is an Infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by dunce, and 
being a law-abiding man he has determined to discontinue 
it. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean, to 
reclaim It, but will give that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt foe 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which wag under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Fortune) will be 
given to the Ladles' Protection and Belief Society of Sen 
Franolsco-a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Ooso 
House can. while he la resting snugly tucked up In his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy the pleasing reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also in some measure 
assisted In providing a nights' lodging for many s houseless 
wanderer. 

BRANCH HOUSES 

484 Sanaiomo atreet, 

BETWEEN COAIMEROIAL ASD CLAY. 

GOfSO HOUSE, 

411 •SavxAa««33za.e attreet, 

SOUTHWEST OORRXB OF OOKmBOlAI, BTBaatT. 



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FRIDAY JULY 7. 1871 



Hox.0 will b. much oblige If tht.trlc.l 
muuger. In ill p«r«» »' ""• c " lkd 6t ""' V m 
turoUrly In OllfomU. wOl Mod to thl.offlce 
programme, of th«lr perlonu.ncea. Brlrf let- 
ten from m.alber. of tbe tliMtrtc.1 proffMlon 
wlil »l«o b» «coept«blo. Fiojuo will bo milled 
free of charge to til desiring It. 

AMU8EMENT8. Etc 

Alhnmbra Theatre. 

"»cidii il Ibe Forge" It • decidedly popular 
finale to the flttt part, and Mailer Eugenia. Lou- 
is Bra hem. Billj Emerson. M. Aloslry Scatt and 
S. 8. Pordy will BU tbeir respective roles to per- 
fection. Vivien's new comio songs are received 
nightly witb thoodert of applause; Billy Km. woo 
isneverletoffunder three encores; the new acta 
ire lively ud fcr an evening of pare («n and mer- 
riment the Albambra ia tbo place. The mettneee 
which an g-ven tvery Saturday afternoon axe very 
popular with ladiee and children. The full per- 
formance Is giren and hall tho evening price of 
admission ia charged. The Alhambra il in full 
tiae of aucceea, wilh crowded houiei every night, 
and to* excellence of the per/ormanooe given 
there nightly, folly imUlei the public verdict 
tfcat thia eosy temple of Homos il the moot pops- 
lex place of emuiement oa the Pacific Coast. 

California Ibealre. 

The new bill at the California Theatre laat night 
■mb a great eocoeaa. The comedy of "A Pretty 

Piece of Boaineia" was capitally played, and 
canted much fun. Next came Lingard ia hia 
■ketchee, wbleb pleaaed ever/one, add the enter- 
tainment concleded with ihe ever-popular farce 
of **A Day After tbe Wedding," a great feature iu 
which vii the grand eoena and duetto from " II 
Trovaiore.'* auog by Mr. and Mra. Lingard. The 
um« bill will be played to-night. The flrat Lin- 
gard matinee will be given to-morrow. 

Metropolitan Tneatre. 

Thia flue theatre baa undergone a thorough ren- 
ovation preparatory to tbe bpeaiag next Monday 
Bight with "Help," Joe Murphy** oear drama. 
The whole interior baa been cleansed, repainted 
and redeoorated from pit t* gallery. The lobbies 
are beautifully carpeted, and everything about the 
front of the bouee baa been pot in perfect order. 

Bella Union Theatre. 

Ella Werner ie a grand favorite at this establish- 
ment; her Champagne ObarleyiuiU the taete e* 
the audliace better than any other, there ia ao 
much eparkle and fir. about it. Tbe popular Aline 
LeFavrt will appear but a few night* longer. An 
axoelleat bin will be played to-n lgos. 

Theatre Comlqne. 

Among the popular features of the entertain- 
ment to be given to-night are the performance of 
of Madame Lopez and pupila ; the aeneation polit- 
ical play of "The Fight for Governor;" Profeteor 
PaulBouloo'aimiUtioneon the violin and negro 
aoU by Jake Wallace. Johnny De Angolie, Lew 
Parker and Johnny Tuera. 

The Opera Senaon a Certainty. 

We are pleaaed to announce that axrangemente 
havebein made by which tbe Flak French Opera 
Bouffe company, which arrived here laat week., will 
be able to give the San Franci*co public a taate of 
their quality. They will open on Wedneaday 
night io "Barbe Bleue" at tbo Opera Hoase. Be- 
eidee Madame Silly and tbe other membere of the 
FlakTronpe. Mona. Alexia (Prince Paul) and M, 
Noel, of tbe late Bmeocbia Troupe, have been en- 
8**ed. . 

Oakland Trotting Park. 

This wilt be a ga'a day at thia Park, and 
two partes will be trotted for; one for all horses 
that have never beatea 2:t*», and tbe other for a 
* take of t!». five entrances. Stages will connect 
at Oakland Point for tbe Park. To-morrow a raos 
will be run (jx $280, free for all horses that have 
never beaten 2:40. The admission lo the track is 
91, bat ladies are invited to attend free if 

charge. 

Howard Street Skating Rink. 

Thia rink wilt be open on Sundays hereafter. 
Afternoon and morning leveea every day. The 
new floor is perfection itself In its way. New 
beginners wilt receive particular attention. How- 
ard etreet, op oslte Hew Montgomery, between 
Second and Third street*. 



Fishing hy Moonlight. 

A correspondent of tbe Baste Crux Senti- 
nel writes that paper to account of Borne ex- 
traordinary fishing at Aptoe Landing* »° mo . 
eight or ten miles from the town of Santa 
Croz, on the beach. We give tbe following: 

We reached the fi-hing grounds about twi- 
light—here the pen faila to do justice to tie 
scene. It was low tide, the eca here forme 
a coLtinaoup, almost level beach, five or 
eii miles loDg, and an average width of ICO 
yard* at low tide, with a lurd, smooth bot- 
tom, and not a pebble nor a Btaweed visible 
the whole distance; probably there 
ia no nicer or finer drive in tbe State for 
the tame distance The ever changeable 
bluff, some 100 feet in height, all the estu- 
aries filled in witb driftwood, accumula- 
ting for years. Now imagine some 400 peo- 
ple arriving, batween twilight and dark, 
the fine carriages, the omnibnasec, two- 
horse teams, four-boree teams, six horse 
teams, ox teams, carts, and California go- 
carts, all filled with persons who have tbe 
highest expectation of making a big haul. 
The high piles ol dry drift-wood, set ab'.aze 
for tbe distance of five miles, the moon 
shining hia brightest rays on tbe Bilver- 
sand and phosphorescent water*. Ken, 
women and children taking tbeir position 
at equal distances, awaiting the coming of 
the fish, which occurs when tbe tide is on 
the point of coming in. The theory of the 
iiati coming ashore I imagine is something 
like this: The bay, at present, is full of 
a small fish, similar the anchovies the 
natural food of; the mackerel, which, be- 
ing a very voracious fish, follows the an- 
chovy into the breakers, when ihe incom- 
ing tide, being stronger than the fish is 
used to, it deposits him through the break- 
ers, often casting great numbers of them 
high and dry, but most generally deposi- 
ting them just through the breakers, into 
from three tosixinches of water, which causes 
them to flounder and squirm to regain 
their element; then the real sport com- 
mences, men and boys roll up their brow- 
sers as far as they can get them, ladles tie 
their dresses around their waists, and also 
pitch in to secure the prizas; when the 
fish flounders he is both seen and heard, 
as he makes a great commotion , the cry 
is given "there he goes," when all those in 
the immediate neighborhood make for the 
hapless wight; then look out for collisions, 
but here woman gets her rights; she has as 
good a right to the fish as her would-be 
superior, especially if she catches the fish 
herself. But to cut a long story short, five 
of us caught over five hundred weight, and 
got borne by six o'clock in the morning. 
Horse Mackerel is considered a very game 
and edible fish. 

Tbe White House Clearing Oat Sale, 
Messrs. Davidson A Co., of "The White 

House," comer Kearny and Sutter street?, 
announce elsewhere that they have com- 
menced their clearing out sale of their Sum- 
mer dry goods at prices below the cost of im- 
portation. This offers an exceilentopportnni- 
ty for ladies to procure fashionable goods at 
bargains, as "The White House" dry goods 
establishment was opened but a few months 
ago, with an entire new stock of goods. 
The Bale will continue 30 days. 



The Wonders cf California. 

Visitors from the East we the wonders of 
California which tbe residents have sever 
visited. There is no excuse now for not 
seeing the Eig Trees, which are the wond-r 
of ihe world. By Peek A Go's now route, 
you can Btart to-day at 8 A. «l, arrive at Mc- 
kelumne at 7 p. at , where you rest for the 
night in a comfortable hotel. Up in the 
morning early and drive through some of 
ihe prettiest scenery In the world and arrive 
at Calaveras Grove at 12 m. The expense 
of the round trip from Mokelnmne Station 
is SIC. With the month of July warm 
weather has set in, and numberB will viBit 
the Calaveras Grove of giant Trees by this 
new, Bpeedy and economical route. P. H. 
Kean, C22 Clay street, is the agent. 

Save Your Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the beBt place to 
invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
■mounts, in about eight jeers, to $250. Invest- 
ere can withdraw their funds after twelve 
month-* with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at the office, 123 Post street, for information. • 



Anatomical Mauenm. 

Tho Florentine Venn* lo tbo admiration of all 
visitors, and ia one of tbo lii»-»t works of art in 
San Francisco. iDoDrinr Zmave ia aa eiquisite 
piece ot mechanism: tbe Da Cnatlilu t> jnlU *s- 
toaiehei the beholder, and tb)u*od* of cariosities 
too namerona to mention, are on exhibition da; 
and evening. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

■William Horace l^lnf-iird. 

The number of different characters which thia 
artiste impersonates Is wonderful. The Cali- 
fornia Theatre fs crowded, and between the 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where the red light marks tbe Figaro Saloon. 
where they find whUlcy good enough for "a 
Major in tho Ninih"— a good thing to take be- 
fore "a drive to tho Cliff Hon<>G," BOOthlng for 
•■a poor little orphan," 'par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. Hermann Is also 
also famed for hit "bltt«r Deer," which ie Just 
the thing for -'tbe upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro flnloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the California Tueatre. • 



Well EstablNhoa. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, la never allowed to fall into 
disuse; every year the sale ol Casein's XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters increases, and thousands 
can bear testimonv to their merit. • 



To tlio Cnl'Drtuntc. 

Dr. Gibbon's DUpensary, No. 623 Eearny 
street, corner of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
and sp ' complaints. TJr. Gibbon will mate- 
no charge unless he affects a cure. * 



Bad Brandy. 

Washington, Jnly 5.— The statement of 
spirits in and out of bond in the United 
States, Mav 1st, 1871, exhibits the fact that 
out of 2 630,000 gallons of brandy in the 
country, but 100.U00 gallons are the genuine 
product of fruits; tbe remainder are com- 
pounds from distilled spirits. 

Eailboad Bubvevdig dt Napa — A corps 
of civil engineers in the employ of the Cali- 
fornia Pacific R. R. Co., says tbe Napa Reg- 
ister, of Jnly 1st, were ia town on Saturday 
and Monday last, Burveying a new route 
east of Main street, near the Vernon Mills, 
for the proposed change of the line of road 
leading ont of town. We havenot learned tho 
the conclusion arrived at, but will doubtless 
learn about it I e Tore the road is finished. This 
company is having the road from Adelante 
to Donahue located, and work will soon com- 
mence in earnest in that direction. Tbe 
bridge to span tbe Napa river below Suscol 
is being framtd ready for petting up. 

Habvesti>g. — Tbe Carquinez (Martinez) 
Enterprise of July 1st saya: 

it is gratifying to know that the grain in 
r ur county ia yielding much better than was 
anticipated early in the season. In some 
parts of tbe county tbe hearts of our far- 
mers are gladdened that their labors have 
been so amply rewarded. 

Sicekebs in M-UUP08A.— The Gazette of Jane 
30 th says : 

Bear va'lry nnd vic'ni'y bava boo very un- 
fortunate durlug tbe laat dve or t-ix montbp, 
having lost by death many of the cbildren from 
scarlet fever. Mariposa has escaped this dlo- 
ease thus far, but Srvexal children In Ooulter- 
vilifl anl Hornitoa have died wiUi i: durlLg the 
1-a-t Winter and bprlng. 



What Olteor Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
CAnlaed by everybody. 



Trie Howe Sewine M-Owcrklne 

iud ButteripE's Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to tbe splendid new store, 113 Eearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



Horton»s Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious Im- 
itations ui der the name of Orton's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be sot de- 
ceived. Take only Horton't. gee that the name 
of Hug A Schmidt, 636 Commercial Bt., is on the 
Tin At Bfljmr Rbm 



The Elixir of Youth, 

For which the sages and philOBOphers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corville k Co. are the dispensers-of It 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too iate, and every day 
take a plate of tbeir delicious •yetm, ettner 
on the half shell, raw, stowed, fried, roast In 
the shell, fancy roast, eteamed. curried, scal- 
loped, or In any style yonr fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain «kriyus forever. * 

Or. l>oherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ahronlo and specific practise, and as anon Is now 
Ihe moat taeoessfnl of any Phyeiclau in San 
Francisco. Office 639 Sacrcmento etreet, corner 
9f Leideadcrff, a few door below What Cheer 
?ousc. * 

Everborty Buys Them. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Steuart's refined sugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery etreet. Their 
candles have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the firm does an immense 
trade, both in the jobbing and retail line, * 



Washing Returned In One T>ay 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 



I>o You Know 

That with Bottbhick's Pattebnb you can cut 
and 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 etreet, between Butter 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PEE8ON8 ABE CAUTIONED FROM 
bojiug ihe DIAMOND IO'jTH PASTK f ro m 
Peddlera, orany oenon except O. O. KtiEftE, Mu- 
sic btor*. IO.* Montgomery ■ treat (Local Agent). 
DR. LEVI W TAYLOR ie inventor and aole pro- 
prietor of tbe DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none i- jennme wituat., L ^» a ^ TAyL0R . 
Office. 105MoDtgoanrrat..Room4. jy? tf 



- 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

»©. «»7 KEAKNT STREET, 

ADJorSTKG THE WEED BEWTHJ MaCBTKE STORE 



GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MAT>E TO ORDER 
and tun guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 

well*itban iil-fltiineehir>. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
the baok and avoiding all ornmpllng of the boaom. 
Our reputation for m aking 

PBKFECT-FITTIXO SHIRTS 

To order ib well known. Genta' Furniahing Gooda 
at tbe lowest rate. 



All onr Shirts bear this Trade Mark, and none 
are genuine without it. Weimport onr own gooda, 
manufacture our own gooda, and sell none but onr 
own goods. 'm"*L* 

Tbe low 'ate* at which we execute orders have 
secured tbe patronage of all claaeea. 

N. B.— Shins fitted with new Bosoms and Caffs. 



S. POPPER, 

a«7 KEARNY STREET, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sewing Machine Agency. 
jnStf 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-OPENING OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROOTE. 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH 
Steamer CHIN DC WAN, ha*-, 

ingr elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manenily on the Creek Ronte between San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland and .Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, Jnne 2Ub, leaving Broadway Wbarf, Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, aa follows: 

San Francisco. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 On a.m. 7 00 a.m. 6 a.m. 

11 00 a. M. 10 »0 a M. 

1 CO V M. 1.' 01} M. 

* 10 P. M. 2 00 P. M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cam, which 
convey passengers to the University Gronnd*. 

The 'raveling pnblic onn rely 00 the CHIN I'U 

WAN crossing without interruption at the loweet 

stages of tide. Fate Tin Cents. Freight at lowest 

rat's. Goad accommodations for terras 

jnSUm J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 



It is not in tbe least acted upon by steel pens. 



NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addiess PHILLIP CO WEN. . 

Petal nm . 
Or apply to J. IT. McCAHF., 

oc29 6m Theatrical Agent. San Francisco. 



PIANOS 

For Sale ox* Rent. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 
ment of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from the best 
American i-nd European 
manufactories, for sale or to 
rent on the most favorable 
terms. 

B. (VJtT.tZ, 
O'Farrell street, near Market. 




LADIES! 

FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION. OA1 L ON 
or address Mrs. A. B C„ No. 11 Harrison 
etreet-, ban Franoiaco. juSlm 



CALANTHINE! 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. SOHWOERER. PRO' 
lessor of Great Mystenee, corner 
of Washington and Stockton, over 
the fruit etoro. Diajrnosis and cures 
sickness after re^orery is impossible.. 
Prof. S. ha* valuable Roman Talis- 
mans tor- love, cood lack. Also, see 
your intended. Fee, Fitly Oenta and np, hours 
from 11 a, M. to i p. M.. and 7 to 9 p. m. ja2l 1m* ' 




A SITUATION IN BOMB SUITABLE BUSI- 
De,8 by * eenllemnn Bpsikiotr Ensliah, Frenob, 
Sbftolsb and Italian flnently. Is ocDT.ra.nt witb 
commercial CTtaralions, &od can give tbe beet of 
reference.. Wonld accept a commission or travel- 
to. egeDCv. Uaa beeo three years ia one bo.se 
Addreaa G. A.. FlGaBO OSoe. jo8 tf ' 



M. KANE, 

\KALEK IN WINES. LIQUOR* AND 01- 
— r. Jejlcie lag Firrt iu».t^ [juJJ lm 



WHERE 
TO 

GET . 

TOTTR 

MONET'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IS 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. V. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

do: 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOR 

THEM. 

ALL 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 



B10RE ROUNP-SHOULDEBED 




« 









i Champion and Pivot-action 
Braces. 

THESE BRACE8. JN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, have all the advantages of Sua- 
pendere and ShouHtr-BraceB combined. 

1st.— They do not disarrange tbe sbirL-boBom. 

'2d.— They cannot Hip off tbe shoulder*. 

3d —They give do strain on tbe breast. 

4th.— Kacb section of tbe pacts can be adjusted 
independently. 

5th.— By means of tbe adjustable back-strap, a 
gentle and ponerlul brace can be obtained. 

bt □.— Their esse and convenience commend them 
to everyone, and so person after using them will 
ever u*e tbe rid- fashioned eutpenders attain. 

■©-Pattnted October 10, IBM. Beware of infring- 
ing on thtie patects. For sale by 

C. H. RUHR. 
Sole Agent for tbe Pacific Coast, »*S Marie t 

street, below Stockton, ban Francisco. 

«9*Trade supplied at liberal discount, jn231n 



Phviicians Recommend 
Ann over 500.000 Feoole Endori- 



D R 



HENLEY 

cei^£;bka.tei> 



8 



70S, 712, 714 and 716 



Kearny Street, 



ju2Stf 



(OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



OCEAN HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING LEASED 
the Ooeau House and Track for a term of 
I ears, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS COOKS, STEWARDS AND 
BARKEEPERS, 

Is now ready to attend to the wants of all bis old 
frtende wbo may favor blm witb a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make his gneabs comfort- 
able and happy. 

Mar* Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

GEO. "W. DICKEY, 

ap29 tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTEK, 

....IS LOCATED AT.... 

OAT TrViiPh.rjKton afreet, next Door to 
the II. .11 of Kecortfa. 

g,^ MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

SiL the lait Mechanic's Fair, for the best die- 
■01 Pl°y °' Hftts, both in etyle and quality. Ons- 

" "*» tomers will please remember that tbe di- 
ploma is placed in tbe window so they cannot be 
deceived aa to the place where to purchase tbe 
BEST HATS at tho OHKAPEST RATER. It 
tbe first- Hat Store below Kearny street, felfi-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



wnotzsiLi; asth eetiil 

SO Years* Experience 

O. 3VT.TjlE.Xj 33 IEI, 

OPTICIAS, 
SOS Montgomery Street, Kn» Block, 

joKHf San Francisco. 



Drv AECH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL IXECTRICIAJT, 

Proprietor of DE. BOURNE'S well-known 

BATHS AND MAGNETIC BATTERY, 

-in MABONIO TEMPLE, POST STREET. 

Iv near Mom gomery and Marker, San Franciscn 
for tbe cure o( COLDS, UHKUiJATlbM. OAK. 
POISON, NEURALGIA, and other Nervous Cbm- 

Rlainti. etc. Aa a batb for ibe healthy, perfectly 
izuriaot, and. to purify tbe blood, unequalled. 
at»-Tbe LADIES' hKPARTMfcNl' is under the 
charge cf MRS. McSPARREN. ja7 lm 




IXL BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY WOK- 
derful TONIC, after a series ot yean and aa- ' 
periments. has succeeded in bringing before the 

Stiblic all that can be desired of a pure Tonic and 
ecuperator. 

Headache, Biliousness and Constipation, general • 
Debility and Lobs of Appetite all are caused by 
the derangement of tbe Stomach, Liver and other 
functionaries ot the system. Tbe IXL Bitten 
bare been successfully used and are warranted tt 
alleviate the sufferer in all tbe above cases. 

H. EPSTEIN & CO., 

Successors to L. GROSS- A CO I ole Propneto 
of Dr. Henley's IXL Bitter*. 

S18 Front atreettflaui PranelKO. 
7 I«a Salle etrret, Chlcngo, 111. dal 



FAYOHITE TALIEJO ROUTE 

CALITDBMA PACIFIC RAILROAD 



RE1VEOVA.Ii. 

J.F. &H.H. SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento an d Sansome streets to tbeir new 
f on r-* t o ry wa re ro o nifj 

N. B -We wish to lmprefs upon tbe public that 
we can make it bo their advantage to oall andiio- 
apeotour stock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

No. »ie PIKE STREET, 
Between AtonlBantery and Suaiome at*. 

j Q ft tf 



C. E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
ancer. — Office in Smith's new Ha.ll, San Lean- 
dn, dlrvoily opposite tb* Court Hovee. 

FARMS and HOMESTEADS for ealeard to let 
in various parte of Alameda county. ap'291m 



MITCHELX & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court Exchange. Rear City Stall. 

a*- Hot Lunch daily from U to 2P.K. Paasen- 
gors' Stores put up at the aaorteat notice MBeptSg 



AND STEADIER CAPITAL. 

Summer Arrangement 
SHORTEST AND MOsFcQM FORT ABU LIKE. 

Sovlnc SO Ullea In lllatunce. aadShonn 

In time to Muryevllle and 58 

Miles to Sacraniento. 

Bunnlng Palace Curs, equipped with Mil* 
Ier'e Sulviy Platform und Conplera. 

Two Express TrainB daily (except Sunday) eac> 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Fast 
press. On Sunduy.one Express each way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
Leaves Front street Wharf, San Francisco, at 8 A.M. 
connecting at Vallejo witb ca<e of California Pacific 
Railroad, bt- which passenger* arrive at Sacrament* 
at 12:15 p.m., Marysville at 2:15 P. M., and Calietog* 
at 12:45p. m. :al30lfaves San Vranciscoat4P.lt, 
by which paBaenge'* reach Sacramento at 8:15 P. 
M,, MarjeTlile at ft :U0 p. u., and Calistogaat7:4i 

going sorra i 

Morning Express Trains leaves Mary»ville at 6:W 
a. M.. Sacramento at 7:3>a. m., and Cahstoga at 
7:3(1 a.m., arnviDgat San Francisco at 11:30 A.M. 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marvsville at 1 P. 
M., Sacramento at 3:30 p. m , and Cahstoga it2:*5 
p. M., arriving at San Francisco at 7 :30 P. IL 
81XKAY TRAINS AND BOAT. 

Sunday Express Train leaves Mary>*ille at 10:15 
A. M., Sacramento 2:3(1 p. M., and Callstcgaat 3P. 
M.. arriving »t San Francisco at 6:*5p. Jf. 

Stpamer CAPITAL, on Snndaya leaves 
San Francisco at 8 :30 A. M_ ; passengers arriying M 
Vallejout 10:15 A. M., Sncramento at 1:45 T. M., 
Marysvilleat 5 P.M.. and CnliBtogaat 12:40 P. M 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trains from 
Oallotogaand Maryeville at 5p. m.. airiving at Baa 
FrAncisco at fi:45 P. w. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery street or on 
board tbf S'eumer CAPITAL- Baccage called lot 
and checked from residences, hotels, etc.. by thi 
S. F. Bay car f Express Company. 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTISON, 

G-^n'l Freigbtond Pa«e. Ag't. Superintendent. 

Valiejo. Mav fitb. 1871. mjStf 



Use Faulkner's Cheiiul Writing Fluid. 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THS WOKLD-BENOWNED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TO 
Mokelumne Station. Peek A Co's btage Line 
Concord Coaches from Mokelomna Station to Big 
Trees, leaving San Francisco at 8 a. m. tvary day. 
Bioppinc over night at Mokrlumne Hill, and anir- 
ing at. Bie Trees at 12 M. next day. Returning, 
leave B g Trees at 2 P. m., stopping over night at 
Mokelumne Hill, leavinc next morning at 6!^, and 
arriving at, Mokelurone ritaiinn nextdny in tlnre t* 
tnke the Weetern Pacific Railroad trains East aDd 
West, arriving at Han i-rancisco at 5P.H , "rlVf"! 
the round trip lo 2 days and 10 hours. 

F A H Ei 
Mokelnmoe Station to Big Trees.... • 9 
Sonnel Trip 1« 

aay-For further parliculart, apply to 

P. BL KEAN, A cent, 

ju271m No. «83 Clay street. San Fraaciaeo, A 



AMKHl! AN 

CLOTHING HALL 




MA6UIRE'S OPERA HOUSE NEW ALHAMBEA THEATRE. METROPOLITAN THEATRE 






F*X 



French 



*«..., 



Opera 



baa*, 

NlET Cf 



Matinee 

UNLET., -"AND 

; VH»a»B 



Bouffe! 



OPERA HOU8E, 




M A ■ T *\ *' 

•»• >M «•■• MWIlt •• »-- • r >- IH >~4 ."» 



L .C TJT S IM I yv . 

•» (CBUatlt ■ OTI | UOAL •«.! 

: K O X*. B >V T 



EMERSON MINSTRELS! 



EKTERTAIVMr.KT A LA SALON PART PREMIER. 






. > • 



una 

KkHAM 
I • ri'RDT 

MOmm rrtnf*d by M. AI*«U| ■« 



ooxxos «,t the IF" o r 



«r •» ..H I. 



LL lull mil — 



First Appearance 



«H>VF.SDAY CUMM,. JULY litli 



Offenbach's Comic Opera 



BARBE BLEUEl 



r Box 0»a» «paa «a MOXD.T, it 10 o'clock A. U 
»t4« kM ul rr.riu En J CM U MCHI«1. 



If fteott I For. man of ih. Mop 



..Ifitt'r : 
...Blllj i 
» * Panlj 



PARX J- l . < < > >. I >. 

The Great Vivian in his Amusing Serio-Comic Sketches 

llowvd hj tin Laughable llualcal 8k 

that's iivey sister. 

*£+ Xm Master Eugenia 

Billy EmiriOD | Mike Strlkvbosi M. A,n<.;*-j Scotl 

LOCAL BANJO SOLO -Hy the MONARCH E. M. HALL 

Ttxo Bloudo that Never Dlo» Postollo 

Billy Emerson as the Artful Dodger. 

OVERTl RE— Selections EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

The eetirs F.vemnR » EatertainmSDt to conolad* with the imii'iut Sketch of 



Enituj Hornblower B. M. Hall I Mods. Lavellei Gu3tave Bidaux 

BqumBImpt n F. BaMason | Madam Fostelle 

Farmer Brown M. Aiusloy Soott I Bootblack Wm. Daly 

Farmer Smltb Louis llrabam | Newsboy j. Williams 

i/i/irijoolL Out fox- tb.0 Or.ce.xxcl Duolieas. ^o \a ^i 

Tho Piano used Is from tbe house of Eoblcr, Chase k Co.. 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Cbickerlng Piano. 



LIMITED NUMBER Or NICHTS 



JOE MURPHY, 

11 1 B < -wi. v i . 

wao «nx tu*« mi mawom • r »rt.mr- n 

Mao«I tl.,1 s, nsatlon Drama, 

to larva a**a. «*UU*4 



i ■ *ar«x» »i 

MR* r. m. n\nv 

Ml- *.lllr ItlRrKI'l, Mtm |«aH W>tn4*Vllle. 

Mr» r».nW K*-M. Mi.- «mlr ■•ai*, 

>!••!•. MIm Ada MlinltMrh. 

Mr. J. II. Ilnxtlr. 
M I ■ . i i: \|, Qmmm !■'»»'- 

.••tr«. Mr. II. « altoa, 

» \\...cl„r.l. Mr. It \. HlUnn. 

H> M i ■ >.. Mr. W. Klrhartl*. 

Ml It twin. Mr. .1. II. Vlnaon. 



MONDAY EVENING JULY 10th 

And until further notlc«, will be presented 

Daly, a young Comedian \ 

Pat 0'8B»URhnea*y / 

Michael Othjpp, th» Flddter... > MB. JOS. MURPHY 

Christopher Von Lt?b*n»telti.. i 

a "gloss pad in" man ) 

With tbe Iri»h Song of 
"THE OBOVF.M OF III. V KM V." aUTD AN 
I Klsll .III*. Alan hialamODB 

■tVnCAX BHLETCaUBi OF hi i if lit ki wit 

TRACT RANDALL, a wolf In the fold J. B. HARDIE 

CapUln WaUlm. U. S.N J. H. Vlnaon 

Amos Wirebtok, "in business for himself". Ed. Percy 

Bhivnrp, a Contraband dealer Frank Rea 

Nubbles, tbe Bully John Woodard 

Chas. Waldro. a young man In lore Geo. Hinckley 

Mr. Hop J. C. Magulre 

Mr. Jump W. C. Dudley 

Turn Kicket B. Swift 

Starr A. Graham 



Simon B. A. Wilson 

Mr. Skip H.Colton 

Bev. Dr. MorliDR..C. Aukner 
Btuty Bob W. Richards 



ELENOR. the discarded one MRS. F. M. BATES 

Lillie Waldro, her sister Miae Sallie Hinckley 

Fanny Smart (with Song) Miss Jennie Maudeville 

Madgo MissSomera 

Laura Freeman, tiie Doctor's daughter Miss Susie Soule 

Mother Kit, who shown her claws Mrs. Frank Rea 

Harry Miss Deaves | Blanche.. ..La Petite Darling 

PlcuicistF, guests, loungers, etc 

SA.TUKDAY. July lfith- 

ORAND HELP MATINEE. 



Xj Doxtcr Liyford, 

BMMALMEV. 

»■'■-. 7 R-irn) atmil , Kiwtaa* 8 avad 4. 

Badia* •oibRlaaad and praparad forshlpaoaat U 

».. *awta af Um wetld. Ordara (rem tba iatarior 

MlawrSeb aUaodad tain aaraoa. fas-lm , 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., „. 315, 317, 319 & 821 PINE STRET 
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

TBI LAB«UT AITD BEST STOCK. Or OOOnN IN Tim STATK. AT PKICKS flimiHJ COIIPXTITIOX 
■9-CA.UIL. AWI> SEE FOR YOCBSELVES. -«» 



MERCHANT TAILOR, 

S27 Oonuaorolal street, 

RlBPECTTTrLLT ISF0BM8 HIS FBtESDS AICD ALL 
la wiot or De«lr.bl0 clothing for tbe .pproachiAg 
Swam noolbs Ibit that bo bu now In bla Store til tbe 

NEW STYLES OF 

Coatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

THE BUT AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

W. work CHEAP FOB CA9H, ind those who buy on tbla 
principle on 8AVS MONEY. 

M"L 8HOBT aunrea all who may favor him with their 
ordara that he will give them entire eatufectlon, and 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

Be has now KEDCCED BIS PRICES lo anlt the time.. 

BUSINESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, S25 00 

FINE BEAVER SVITS FROM $40100 UP 

NITS TO ORDER IN MY STYLE $6 00 

Olvo u« aa Gall and look at our Goods. 

Our number Is 
087 Oommor-ola.1 Street. 



riONKEK SHOF. HAXUriOTOBT. 




TffMSMt K T .aOTaaCT OTJSTOM WORK III THE OTTT. 1 



TheWhiteHouse 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 



IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WE WILL OOMMENOE ON 

Monday Tune 2«3t2x 

TO OLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF 

Summer Dry Goods. 

AT PRICES 

GREATLY BELOW C08T 

OF IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue 30 Days. 



J. W. Davidson <& Co. 



GO TO BAILEY S WINTERS, 

818 w ashlngtozl Sti 
If ron want tb. 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

f'ii»-<l». H\ per Doaen. 



TRYSQUARZA'S PUNCHES A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 




PUNCHES. 

PaTNOHKa* for Gen tlemcn,— Bgg Nqgg (a naw Pnnoh) 
Morning Oom/ort, Ladies* Pleaeoxe, iati-Dyapoptlo, Ladiai 
Tear*, An ti-DiToroe, Welcome. Oognao, Arrack, Gia, Whiekey 
Ooooa, Ooflae, Tea, Pine Apple, Stmwbsrry. Pisoo, Appatiaec 
Romu Nectar. Aurora, Farewell. Jamaica Bam, KirBonwaaaer 
■?COBDI*.«, for I^iUltea. — laadiaa' FaTorlta, Ladiea 
Fleaaare, Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Blaokberry, Mint, " 
Boa a. Kimm el. Ooooa, Pooaaa Oafe. Pin* Appla, Kiraoh 

BriTJUW.— HtyaMaoic, Oaoiera Antidot* , Ananutar 
o*t. atM>. ail «ihtr K%fcn U daaaaad. 



rpHE GRE4T COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VISITOBS 
-*• to San Francisco is that there is no "comfort." Food 
is cheap enough ; Clothing has oome down in price ; but 
Lodgings— that If, comfortable Lodgings— are BCarce and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a destderatam in San Francisco, 
but a man is now in the Held who supplies this want and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Sansome streets, and he has now 
made the Branoh House, 424 Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of Us accommodations. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There ia a Reading room with fileB of olty and State papers, 
and chess and checker- boards tor the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House Is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make hie two houses, 

The Coso and the Branch* 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of choos- 
ing by chance one of his lodgers every mouth and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other induce- 
ments offered, caused these houses to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr, Ewell finds is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by chance., and 
being a law-abiding man he has determined to discontinue 
it. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reclaim it, but will give that amount to some one of tbe 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Fortune) will be 
given to the Ladles' Protection and Belief Society of Sau 
Francisco— a society which will certainly make good use of 
It. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Ooao 
House can, while he is resting snugly tucked up in his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy the pleasing reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also in some measure 
assisted in providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 



BRANCH HOUSE 

4S4 Sanaome street, 

BETWEEN OOMMEBOIAL AMD CLAY. 

coso house:, 

411 Sanaaomolatroot, 

SOUTHWEST OOBNEB OrjOOMMEBOIAL STREET. 



«-. 



rsc-iier.ee avtrj aa?. exoep* daaaaj, »» 
I». BOGABDU8 

— AT— 

b'-iZ Mtrchant ft. and 636 Wti^lagttn it. 

Below Mortcoraery Blook. 



BATCRDAY JXSVl 8. 1871 



Tiqamo will be much obliged if theatrical 
managers In all parts of tbe United fctates, par- 
Ucuiarly In California, will send to this office 
programmes of their performance*. Brief let- 
ters from members of the theatrical profession 
will also be acceptable. FiOABo will be marled 
tree of charge to all desiring It . 

AMUSEMENTST Etc, 

California Thzatre.— A largo and fash- 
ionable audience was present last night and co- 
medy, sketches, and afterpiece were fully appre- 
ciated. There will be a matinee to-day and W. H. 
Llngard, Alice Dunning and Miss Dicky L ngard. 
supported by the fine comedy company, will all 
appear. The full programme of the performance 
to-night appears on our first page. 

Alhahbba Theatre.— Crowda floek night- 
ly to this Temple of Momus and the ringing shouts 
of laughter which seem to shake the walla testify 
how well all are amused. Master Eugenia's bur- 
lesque opera is rery f unay and is much applauded, 
in tbe capital act of "That's my Sister," in which 
the eminent baritone. Guillsume EmereiLi de- 
lights the audience. Vivian's songs, both comie 
and sentimental, are always pleasing and the en- 
tertainment throughout is one of the rery best 
ever given. There will be a nutiase as ntnsl to- 
day. 

Meteopolitax TntATiiE.— Joa Mubpht. 

Scene painters, capentere, have been busily en- 
raged during the week in getting the stage of this 
theatre in readiness for the production of "Help," 
in which Joe Murphy will on Monday make bis re 
appearanoe before a California audience. The fol- 
lowing company has been engaged ucder the, 
stage management of Mr. James II. Vinson 
and is, as will be seen, a very stong one 
It consists of Mrs. F. M. Bates, Mies Sallie Hinck- 
ley. Miss Jeanle Mandeville. Mrs. Frank Rea, Miss 
Susie Soule, MJss Carrie Lipais, Miss Ada Shat- 
tnck. Mr. J. H. Hardis, Mr. Frank Bea, Mr. Geo. 
Hinckley, Mr. J. C. Maguire. Mr. H. Colton, Mr. 
John Wooda-d. Mr. W. O. Dudley, Mr. B. Swift. 
R. A. Wilson, W. BichardB and Mr. J. H. Vinson. 
'Help" is in three acts; the first represents the 
Hudson river, with moving panorama of scenery. 
During the play Mr. Murphy will appear in the 
quadruple role of Ned Daly, P«t O'Shaughnessy, 
Michael O'GsfT and Christopher Von Leibenstein, 
and will introduce alibis best specialties. There 
will certainly be a rueb to see thi# Uvorite come- 
dian, and thos» who nub to go to the Metropolitan 
for the tlret night bad butter secure seats in ad- 
vance, which they can do without extra charge. 

SliocmE's OfEea House.— This pioneer 
temple, will be reopened in brilliant style on 
Wednesday, by Fiek's French Opera Bouffv from 
the Grand Opera House, N. Y. Offenbach's comic 
opera of "Barbe Bleu" will be produced. The box 
office will be open on Monday, when seats and 
private boxes can be obtained. Our fashionable 
people baring for the most part reurned from 
their Bummer jaunts, a season of light French 
Opera will, we think meet with the patronage, the 
merits of the artiates engaged in its production 
deserve. 

Bella Union. — A great bill has been pre- 
pared for to-night. The entertainment will com- 
mence with a free and easy performance of songe 
choruses and stories; The Reynolds Brothers will 
perform several of their specialties; Ella Wesner, 
who iB a brilliant of the first water, will shine in 
character Bongs, including the very popular "Soda 
and Brandy," a new Spanish billet will be per- 
formed by Misses May L'.-roy, Fanny GarretBon, 
Sailie Henry, and otbers'and a varitty of other 
acts will be performed. 

Theatke Comiqtje.— There ia so mnch to 

amuse at this comfortable place of amusement, 
that the evening peseos rapfply away. After a 
brilliant fint part. Lizzie HarmoD and Geo. Fos- 
ter eing a duet ; Madame Lopez and her pupils ap- 
pear; The Fight for Governor, with its uproarious 
finale is played; songs and dances by Blanche. 
Jimmy 'Murphy, Fanny Webster. Eva Silva and 
othets follow; acte are played by Lew Parker, 
Johony De Angetis, and Johnny Tuers, and "Dan- 
cing on the Brain" concludes the evening's fan. 
E. M. Hall, the famous banjo player, will make 
his firstappearance on Monday evening. 

Haves Park Tavilion. — Those energetic 
■Managers, Tuers A Brooks have taken these buu- 
nrbio grounds and will give their inaugural enter- 
tainment in the Bpacious pavilion next Sunday af- 
ternoon. Madamo Lopez and her four pupils will 
appear in gymnastic exercises, and many attrac- 
tive features will be presented. We are assured 
that the entertainment offered will be adapted to 
tbe patronage of families, and teat evt-n the most 
fastidious will not be able to cavil at it. Among 
tbe attractions will be Alfred Ptrrier. the modern 
Hercules: Jake Wallace and Johnny De Angelis 
in Ethiopian Statues; song and dance by Jimmy 
Murphy; imitations oo the violin by Paul Boulou; 
the Flying Rings by Geo. heper.. and other per- 
xormano admission will be only 25 cents 

Kettjrned. — Miss Eva West has returned 

to this city from Hamilton, White Pine, where 
she played with Leo Hudson.- She biB all her 
limbs whole, it being Joey Taylor and not Eva 
West, who dislocated her ankle. Leo Hudson 
was enabled by a benefit to start East, taking 
Black Bess with her. She'll hive to eat that horse 
yet, we fear. 

Cuff House.— A drive to the Cliff House 
on a moonlight night is perfecty delightful and 
the enjoyment of i pinning along tbe road is in- 
creased by the certainty of receiving a warm wel- 
come oo arriving, from mine host Foster, and 
having supper up in the winking of an eye. The 
new ball room, with its beautiful Hoor of colored 
woods, is much admired by all who see it, and 
many fashionable parties have been given there. 

Anatomical Mcsetm.— One of the most 

costly and complete collections of this kind in the 
United States is daily oo view (to gentlemen only) 
at the Museum On Montgomery street. Admission 
only fifty cents. 

A Pleasant Excursion.— The splendid 

steamer Capital will make an excursion to Yallejo 
tomorrow, leaving Yallejo Btreet wharf at half 
pasteight, and leaving Vallejo on the return trip 
at 5 o'clock p. M. Tioketa for the round trip (1,1ft, 
No pleasanter excursion could be made. 
Btjndat Excursion.— There is not within 

miles of San Francisco, a more delightful spot 
for a- c party than the groves of San Rafaeli 
Tb.es. jier Contra Costa will leave the wharf on 
Davis street near Vallejo, to-morrow morning at 
10:30, on an excursion. 

Oakland Trotting Pake.— To-day is tte 

last of the races, and there will doubtless be a 
large attendance to witness the race for $200. free 
forall horses that have never beaten 2 MO. There 
axe four entries for this race, and the contest (will 
be an exciting ene. 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Las AXCELZ&. — The- Ifalhan Juvenile Troupe 
gave their lost entertainment at La Merced Thea 
treoa July 1st. Tbe Expretisaya: 

Mr. Nathan has eflored tbe public an entertain- 
ment that would command p»trousgoaoywhtr#, 
and has been appreciated by our eiusena. Let 
n&o&gers whoeome bete wit b toe hope of receiv- 
ing public patronage give the rublio er»dlt lor a 
reasonab e amoun* of ia«tc and judgment in aucu 
matters, sod tony will tnerchv «vo themselves the 
mortification of failure axd fiaaooial loss. 

Omaha.— The Omaha people have to wait a little 
lenger for their grand festivol at tbe Academy of 
Music. The managers, in order that there may be 
no reduction in the amount of the prizes, have set 
the drawing for tbe 20th of eeptember, after which 
there will be no farther poitponemenu The money 
received for 7O.OC0 tlcketsts in the banking boaee 
of Caldwell, Hamilton 4 Co., and Mr. Caldwell, 
who Is Major of Omaha, will personally supervise 
the affair as seen aa returns for the rtmalmog 
'.*.<.< "_■ tiokou are sent in. 

■ Qcinct — The Lewis Brothers gave an exhibition 
of tableaux vivants, psychology and magic, last 
weok. 

Pobtland, Oregon.— The Oregonlan of June 
26th says : 

The first rendition in this city of the grand Ora- 
torio of Esther was gjvso Wat evening at ihe Ore 
Fino Theatre under tbe direction of Prof. J. B. 
McOibsny. The nouse was full in every part. The 
Oratorio is illustrative of tbe principal events re- 
lated in the Book of Esther. The costuming of 
tbe charecters was, in general, rich, and in some 
cases superb. At the rise of the certain upon tbe 
Persian street scene, the group oo the stage w»s 
admirablv arrange >1. giving an excellent represent- 
ation of Oriental Court splendor. 

Mrs. McGibney was Queen Heater, Mr. McCor- 
miok Abasusrus, Mr. Monteitb Mordecai. and Mr. 
Warren Hamsn. The oratorio was repeated on 
the following two evening". 

CoitnwE.— The Atlantic and Pacific Ciroua ex- 
hibited on Joly 1st. 

Mabtstille.— The New York Circus is billed to 
perform to-nlgbt. 

Eugene City, C*v— Madame Jes,l and Co's Cir- 
cus exhibited on tae Fourth. Dave Longjis tbe 
clown. General Don Joae La Vega, the- Manilla 
dwarf, exhibited fvt the Court House on the 1st. 

Salt Laj^e.— PiOfessor Silvester and pretty Miss 
Aogeliqae Scbott made their last appearance en 
the 1st met. Edwin Adams appeared an the 3d in 
"Wild Oats," supported by Gee. B. Waldron and 
the stock company. Miss Carrie Carter appeared 
in tbe farce of "L. I. H. L.," which concluded the 
evening's entertainment. 

Post Townsekd, W. T.— An Amateur Concert 
was given on tbe 3d. 

Oltmpia.— L. F. Beatty. an actor well-known on 
the Pacific Coast, died on June 30th. 

Dexyeb.— Carrie Duval in "Nan the Good for 
Nothing" and Jenny Palmer in songaad dance are 
the attractions at tbe Cricket. Harry Spriggs is 
bones. The California Circus showed on the 1st. 

Virginia City.— On Thursday, a vocal and in- 
strumental concert, complimentary to Mr. T. B. 
Storsr, was given at Piper's Opera House under 
the direction of E. J. Pasmore. A good pro* 
gramme was performed by Misses Ida Koapp. 
Hattis Emery. Verorica Cordielli. and Messrs. 
Hull, Lindsay, Fredericks and Laner. The Gold 
Hill News says that Madame Agatha States and 
opsra troupe, are engaged to appear at Piper's 
Opera Honse on the lit h and 19th of this month. 
Sacbamxnto.— This afternoon and evening the 
Hyer Bisters, whose really remarkable voices are 
tbe theme of general admiration, will give con- 
carts at the Metropolitan Theatre. Mr. Hyer has 
spared no money in the musical education of his 
daughters, and it is his great ambition to make 
money enough to enable them to pursue their 
musical studies in Europe. We hope the black 
swans will have crowded houses. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Miss Letta Orablrea, whose performances on tbe 
baijo have elicited much commendation from un- 
biassed critics, will open the season at Bootn's 
Theatre in tbe Fall Shades of tbe nine Muses, 
has it come to this? Ob, Edwin! Edwin !— Button 
Sm. 

Oh yes! Howl away: but if you had a theatre, 
you'd find you must give people what tbey best 
liked. Why didn't yon pitch into the high-ton sd 
Boston Theatre for letting that fraudulent Moke 
kick np his heels there ? 

All of the Philadelphia Theatres closed for the 
seaeou on the 24th uK 

Madame Parepa Rosi will probably arrive in 
New York this month. 

Bryant's Minstrels will remain out on their tour 
for three months. 

Mr. Brougham is gradually recovering from his 
recent indisposition. 

"Little Nell" opens at the Lyceum Theatre, St 
John.N. B.,on July 31. 

Fialt relinquishes all right and title to tbe Grand 
Opera House ad manager. Mr. Cole having ob- 
tained a five years' lease of it, Jim will bave hia 
ballet all tbe same somewhere. 

An Englisb manager, now in New York, made an 
offer to Col. Fisk to take the Ninth Regiment Band 
to Loudon for a shoit season. 

Oo dit that Mr. Bandmann and Mrs. Milly Palm- 
er Bandmann will appear at a popular theatre in 
the Autumn, 

The Boston Sun has tbe following about one of 
our California-bred actors: 

Louis Aldriob has opened at St. John. N. B, as 
leading man. Not a bad actor but most i-nmoder- 
attly fond of speaking as if be was delivering a 
funeral oration. 

Tbe Berger family bave agreed to play at Lina 
Edwin's theatre, commencing July iO. 

Tbe Lydia ThempsoE troupe will play at Wal- 
laces theatre on their return from England. 

E. A. Sothern plays atNiblo's Garden in October. 
Mr. Seftoo, his agent, has caacluded this engage- 
ment. 

Madame Parepa will opes in English opera at 
the New York Academy of Music, October 2d, and 
continue three weeks. She will give concerts at 
Boston Music Hall daring the week following 
Christmas. 

NilsBon will open in Italian opera at tbs New 
York Academy of Music, October 23. Thence she 
goes to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Chicago, and 
then to Boston, opening at the Boston Theatre 
probably ma Monday, January 1st, 1872. 

Miss Fanny Morgan Pbelps performed in Har- 
Wm.N.Y., Juie22d, 23d and Mth. She had the 
assistance of a dramatis company. 

Sigsor Brignoli, Miss afcCatloch and Sig- Ron- 
coni are giving concerts in Canada. Mies Adelaide 
Phillips a'eo contemplates a tour in tbs British 
Provinces. 

The first dramatic eompany that ever appeared 
is this country was under tbe management of Wil- 
liam Hallam, opening in Williamsburg. Va., Sept. 
5th. IT".'. The piece was "The Mer«%aat of Vet- 
ice," and tbs following ladies and gentlemen were 
in the cast: Mr. Rigby, Mr. Olarkson, Mr. Hal- 
lam. Mr. Singleton, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Adcook.Mrs. 
Rigby, Mrs. Clarksoa, Miss Palmer, Hiss Hallam 
and Mr. Malone. ■ 

Daniel E. Bandmann and his wife (professionally 
known as Miss Milly Palmer), will commence an 
engagement at the Grand Opera Uoe.se Sept. 4tb 
tbe lady making her debut in New York on that 
date. Mr. Bandmana will present four new play 
daring his engagement, one now being written ex- 
pressly for these artistes by Tom Taylor, of Lon- 
don; one by a local amthor: one from the Hunga- 
rian, and a new version of "Faust" by Tom Tay- 
lor, in which they achieved great sneaeae in the 
An.stra.lian Colonies. 

"The Black Croak" will be reproduced at Niblo's 
next Christmas, with new dancers and dances, and 
a new transformation-scent. 



Nsil Warner and his agent, Sam Knapp, were in 
Boston when last heard from. 

Tba {.oestrus open in New York for the week 
ending July 1st, were Booth's with "Tbe Man O'- 
Airlie :" Wallack's. "The Long Strike ;" Park Tbs- 
atre. Jamas M. Ward in ' Through by Daylight:" 
X.blo's. John Collias aa Mile* Na Capoalitn in 
•Colleen Bawn:" Bowery, Miss Jsonie Morton in 
"Lorle;" Glob* Theatre with K. Eddy. Misa Fan- 
ny Herring in "Uncle Tom's Oabla," at Tony P*a- 

Q Ma8ning's MinstrelB with Silly Manning and 
BenCotto.ontbeeDds. ar* In Cincinnati. 

J. K. Emmeii will open at N iblo'a in Fnli Au- 
gust Htn. Little Emms Maddern will play with 
himfin the piece. He will be mccesdsd by E. A. 
Snbern. who is to receive 5*™ » »'« Dt ia «old. 
Mlsi Amy Rosalie, who ia now playing in "The 
English Gentleman" with Sothern ia London, 
has also been engaged. 

Mrs. Crabtree. Lotta's mother, has gone to Eng- 
land 

Lnta ia spending a few days at the residence of 
Mr. and Mrs. Oatea. in New York. 

Hugh? Dougherty, of Butler A Gilmore's Oom- 
ique. delivered a comiQue oratfba at a Oatholie 
Picnlo near Providence recently, and created much 
fun. 

Tbe Worrell Sisters are at St. Louis. 

Charles Mattheweand wife were at Portland on 
the 30th o)L -^* 

Joseph Proctor is staying at the Grand Central 
Hotel, in New Yo rk. 

F0REI6N DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Williams, accompanied by 
Mr. and Mrs. Florence, areatpressnt in LondoD. 

On the occasion af Mrs. John Wood'e benefit at 
the St. James', Mr. Sothern, on behalf of the 
ladies and gentlemen of tbe company, presented 
tba talented manageress with a purse containing 
one bandred guinea;. 

The late Michael Balfe'a opera ca'led "Lstty. 
the Backet Maker." which has not been presented 
for twenty years, is in rehearsal for tbe Gaiety 
Theatre. 

Miss Eliae Holt appeared at the Alhambra on 
the occasion of Mr. F. Strange's benefit on the 
Uth ult. 

Tom Taylor corrects his previore Btatement that 
be had written "a hundred playa more or less." 
He says eighty is the number, end thia includes 
elaborations. 

In consequence of Mme. Uonbelli's sudden ill- 
ness, the "Africaine," whioh woa to "have been 
produced at the Italian Opera on the 3d, was with- 
drawn, and "Fra Diavolo" was substituted. Big, 
Mario's acting was much commended, but biB once 
exqaWite voice was considered a wreck. 

On tbe night of the Sth an explosion occurred at 
Cremorne Gardens, ia the final scene of the "Siege 
of Strasbourg." As the night was fine and a large 
company present, the pyrotechnist was anxious to 
produce additional effects, and several extra-loaded 
barrels, together with an increased number of 
bomb-shells and rookets were placed beneath the 
bridge. Owing to an ascideat. during the very 
hottest of the siege, and while some of the men 
were engaged in the sham fight apon the bridge, 
several barrels ef powder and a number of bombs 
caught fire prematnre'y and went off with a ter- 
rific explosion before tbe men had time to get out 
of the way- Tbe bridge blew np, and several of 
the men were blown te a considerable distance, 
amidat the baarty cheers of the spectators, who 
said it was the best representation of the aiege 
they had ever seen. The two injured men did not 
sustain serious damage, though muoh shaken. 

The London Dispatch says : 

Mr. Oarence Holt, who has already won golden 
opinions by bis entertainments of the Army, 
the Navy, and the Volunteers, and living photo- 
graphs from bhakspeare, has made a new venture 
which promises to eelivse both in popularity. 
This time be has selected the works of Charles 
Dickens aa the source from whenoe hia characters 
are obtained. He gives oostume sketches of Sor- 
gean- Buzfuz, Mr. Micswbsr, Quilp, Satry Gamp, 
aod Nell's Grandfather. 



Sqnaraa'e. 

Fri-quent attempt have been made to imitate 
Fqaarza's famous ligueurs, bat the secret of hia 
ingredientB end method of mixture haB never. 
been discovered. One difference between Squal- 
en's Punches and the imitations is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and Savor for, 
years, while the latter spoil if not Immediately 
used. The Egg-noR Punch, If kept from one 
Christmas to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as If freshly made. It la an arti- 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. The 
Morning comfort, Appetizer and Antt-Dyspeptle 
Punches are excellent at al) seasons, 

A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhanabra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let t™re. 
The building is a very fine one and lt> wel 
lighted and ventilated. 



Silver Plating. 

Articles from which the silver has been worn 
ore received for re-plating by Haynes k Lawtoo, 
Market street, under the Grand Hotel. • 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PEESONS ARE CAUTIONED FROM 
baying the DIAMOND lOOTH PASTb. from 
Peddlers, or uny person except C. O. KtENE, Mu- 
sic Stov. IO.i Montgomery street (Local Agent). 
DR. LEVI W TAYLOR is inventor and sole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none is genuine without my sianatorw. 

DR. LEVI W. TAYLOR. 
Office, lO.S Montgomery St., Room -1. jyT tf 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND OONVEY- 
ancer. — Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
dro, directly opposite the Court House. 

FARMS and HOMESTKADS for sale arid to let 
in various parte of Alameda coanty. ap29 lm 



NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addiess PHILLIP (OWEX, 

Petolom , 
Or apply to J. H - McCABE, 

oc25 6m Theatrical Agent. San Franeieco. 



PIANOS 

For Sale or Rent, 




A LARGE ASSORT- 
ment of tiquare and Up- 
right Pianos, from the best 
American *nd European 
manufactories, for sale or to 
rent on tbe most favorable 
terms. 

IS. CTJKTAZ, 
) O'Farrell Btreet, near Market. 



LAJ3IES! 

FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION, OAl L ON 
or address Mrs. A. B C„ No. 11 Harrison 
street, boo Francisco. Iju81m 



CALANTHINE! 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. SCHWOKRER, PRO" 
fesaor of Great Mysteries, corner. 
of Washington and Stockton, over 
the fruit store. Diagnosis and cares 
sickness after recovery ia impossible. 
Prof. S. has valuable Roman Talis- 
mans (or love, good Inck. Also, see 
your intended. Fee, Fifty Cents and up. Hon re 
from 11 a. m. to 4 P. m.. and 7 to 9 p. it. ju21 lm # 




^TANTED. 

A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 

£*. ness by a gentleman speaking English. French, 
bpaniati and Italian fluently. Is conversant with 
commercial operations, and can give the best of 
refereucee. YVonJd accept a commission or travel- 

'i 1 ?^ 6110 /- . H *i bfl *° i hres r eaxB ia one house. 
Addresa G. A., Figabo Office. jn6 tf 



H. KANE, 

)BAJ-RR IN WINES. LIQUOR*) AND OI- 
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No. 3»7 EEABNY STREET, 

Adjoining the Weed Sewikb Machike Stoee 



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aod fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
wellnithan ill-fittine shirt-. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
the back and avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation tor making 

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To order is well known. Gents' Furnishing Goods 
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All our Shirts bear this Trade Mark, and nose 
are genuine without it. We import our own goods, 
manufacture our own goods, and Bell none but our 
own goods. 

Tbe low rates at which we execute orders have 
secured the patronage of all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Cuffs. 



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OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-OPENING OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROOTE, 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH » - wffi^o v 
Steamer CHIN DU WAN. h&v- Ji^dBifi5L 



ing elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manently on the Creek Route between San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urdaj, June 24th, leaving Broadway Wharf , Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows; 
San Francisco. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

S Ou a. 1L 1 00 A. U. 6 A. M. 

HWiA.JI. 10 uO A. iL 

1 UO P. Af. 12 00 M. 

ildr.M. 2 00 p. at. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, whioh 
convey passengers to the University Grounds. 

The traveling public can rely on the OH1N DU 

WAN crossing without interruption at the lowest 

stages of tide. Fare Ten Cents. Freight at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations for teams. 

ja23Im J. P. ZIMMflKMAN. 



OCEAN HOUSES 



THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING LEASED 
tbe Ocean House and Track lor a term of 
years, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS COOKS, STEWARDS AND 
BARKEEPERS, 

Is now ready to attend to the wants of all his old 
friends who may favor him with a call, and no 
painB will be spared to moke his guests comfort- 
able and happy. 

S9~ Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

GEO. TF. BICKET, 

ac29 tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IB LOCATED AT.... 

BST Washington street, next Door to 

the Hull of Eecon's. 

jm^ MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

0it the last Mechanic's Fair, for tbe beBt dis- 
f gW f play of Huts, both in style and quality. Ons- 
"• tomers will pleaso remember that tbe di- 
ploma is placed in the window bo they cannot be 
deceived as to tbe place where to purchase the 
BEST HATS at tho CHEAPEST RATES. It 
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MEDICAL, X ELECTRICIAN. 

Proprietor of DE. BOURNE'S well-known 
BATHS AND MAG' ETIC BATTERY, 

"I f\ MASONIC TEMPLE. POST STREET, 

1" near Mont eomery and Market , San Francisco. 
for the curs of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON. NEURALGIA, and other Nervous Oom- 

filaints, etc. Asa bath for the healthy, perfectly 
uxntiant, and. to purify the blood, noequallod. 
■»- The LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under the 
Charge of MRS- McSPARREN. jn7 lm 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

It is not id tho leut acted upon bj- etoel peoj. 



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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Saoramento and Sonaome streets to their new 
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N. E.-We wish to impress upon the public that 
we can make it to their advantage to call andEia- 
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MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court Exchange, Bear City [Hall. 

aST-Hot Lunch daily from U to 2 p.m. _Paaeenj- 
tecs' Stores put up at the snortest notice 



The Champion and Pivot-action 
Braces. 

THESE RRACES. IN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, bave all tbe advantages ef Sus- 
penders and Sboulder-BraceB combined. 

1st. — They do not disarrange tbe Bbirt-bosom. 

2d.— They cannot slip off the ehoulders. 

3d — They give no strain on the breast. 

4th.— Each section of the pants can be adjusted 
independently. 

5tb.— By means of the adjustable back-strap, a 
gentle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

6th.— Their ease and convenience commend them 
to everyone, and no person after using them will 
ever u«e theold-fa&bioDed suspenders arnin. 

unpatented OctsVer 10, 1665. Beware of infring- 
ing on these patent^ For sale by 

C. H. BLUER. 
Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast. Sx8 Market 

street, below Stockton, bar* Francisoo. 

s9~Trade supplied at liberal discount. juttlm 



Physicians Becomrcend 
Ana over 500-000 Feonle hndors; 

DR. HENLEY'S 

CELEBHATED 

R 

s 




BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OF THlg'REAIXY WOH- 
_ derful TONIC, after a series oi years and ei- 
periments, has succeeded in bringing before tin 
pabltc all that can be desired of a pure Tonic one 
Recuperator. 

Headache, Biliousness and Constipation, general 
Debility and Loss of Appetite all are caused b> 
the derangement of tbe Stomach, Liver and other 
functionaries of the system. The IXL Bitten 
have been successfully need and are warranted It 
alleviate the Bufferer in all the above cases. 
H. EPSTEIN & CO., 
Successors to L. GROSS A- CO Bole Propriete 
of Dr. Henley's IXL Bitters. 

518 Front *t reel, Seui Franeieco. ' 
t Ei» Salle street, Chlcasro. 111. del 



FAVORITE YALLEJO ROUTE 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAE 
AND STEAMER CAPITAL. 

Sum hl ex* Ax*L*aiL^eixH?iat. 

SHORTEST AND MOsfjiOM FORT ABU LIME 

Suvlnc SO Miles in Distance. ondShourt 

la time to Marysvllle and 58 

Miles to Sacramento. 

Rnnnlni; Pnlace Cars, equipped with Mill 
ler'e Safety Platform end Couplers. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) e*cl 
way, carrying United States^Mail aod all Fast 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
Leaves Front street Wharf, San Francisco, at 8 A.X 
connectiogat Vallejo with cars r<f CaliforniaPaeiB 
Railroad, by which passengere arrive at Ssoramenl 
at 12:15 f. m., Marysville at 2:15 P. M., and Caljstoe 
at l'2:4.i P. M. : also leaves San Francisco at 4 P. M 
by which passengers reach Sacramento atS:15l 
M„ MaryBviile at 9:30 p. M., and Calistogaat <:* 

GOING SO X7TJ&T i 

Morning Express Trains leaves Marysville at 6:J 
a. m., Sacramento at 7:30 a. of., and Calistoi* a 
7 :30 A. m., arriving at San Francisco at 11 :30 a. W. 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marvsvilleai II 
M., Sacramento at 3:30 p. m., and Calistogaat2:4 
P. M.. arriving at San Francisco at 7 :30 P. 11. 
SUNDAY TRAINS AND BOAT. 

Sunday Express Train leaves Marvevtlle at 10:1 
A. M., Ssoramento 2:30 P. M., and Calistogaat 3 1 
m. . arriving at San Francisco at 6 :45 p. h. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sundays. Mart 
San Francisco at S :30 A. M. ; passengers arriving ■ 
Vallejoat 10:15 a. m., Sacramento at 1:45 p. u 
Blarysville at 5 p.m., and Calistogaat 12:40 P. 1 
Returning, lesves Vallejo on arrival of trains froi 
Callstoga and Marysville at 5 p. m.. arriving at t>* 
Francisco at fi:45 p. m. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery street or o; 
board tbeSleamer CAPITAL. Baxgage called «' 
and checked from residences, hotels, etc., by tc 
S. F. Baegage ExpresB Company. 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTTSOrT, 

Gen'l Freight and Paes. Ag't. Superintended 

Vallejo. May Btb, 1871. mj9tf 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Phi 

It flows freely from the pen, and is the best 
in use. 



Calaveras Big Trees 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUT 

TO THE WORLD-RENOWNED 

CALAVERAS CROVI 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 1 
Mokelumne Station, Peek 4 Co 'a Stage Li 
Concord Coaches from Mokelnmne (Station to £ 
Trees, leaving San Francisco at 8 a. M. every di 
stopping over night at Mokelumne Hill, and am 
ing at Big Trees at 12 ar. next day. Returnic 
leave Bg Trees at 2 P.M., Btopping over niirbt 
Mokelumne Hill, leaving next morning at fi.!-.-.*' 
arriving at Mokelumne Station next day in live 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains East m 
West, arriving at San Francisoo at 5 P. K., maki 
the round trip in 2 days and 10 hours. 

FAKE: 
Mokelnmne Station to Big Trees.. 
Roan* Trip 



afrFor farther partieulere, apply to 

P. M. KBAN, Agent, 

inTlxt No. ««* Clay street, San FtuolMO 



! 




• . A. COLOSTIIM 

M win J. Drj t»*e** 
tsufuim :;:•-.: 




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UN FMABClftOOt IATCRDAT. JUT V IVII. 



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CALIFORNIA THEATRE. NEW THEATRE COMIQUE HATES PARK & PAVILION BELLA UNION THEATRE 






trjroAT Arrciurooa- 



Jt't.Y Blh 



». Mll^i i l» I \ l Mil UWt M 



LiXBrG^LnO 
ALICE DUNNING 



ID. Llnitnrcl 



ELLA WESNER! 

ALFRED PERKIER noynol^BrotUora 



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THK OOAT ISLAND SHOIT' 






Preny Piece of Business 



MME. 


LOPEZ »NO NIR FOUR PUPILS 


rm: 


FIGHT FOR GOVERNOR 



MME. 


LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPILS 

rt» i««fW Wit* ••!, | 1 ,*„ OM. 


TV. |«»i»mii vlll mmmntt wMk • 

HUB »»>«ti m ..ic. in 



IIATTJRDAT .n.l MN1 
■ ■»,■■ a K*?w la I faaarmieln. Mai 



* I MINOS 



T« be f«. »»«4 by 

THE ETHIOPIAN STATUES 

Jet. Willi,- nMI Mn? r--»|im. 



DUTCH SPECIALTIES NED WARD 



'■ - I *»»' I 1 



TERinp 



Wl.. niMNrK* 
Pmf, Pnal n«Hlt*n 



WM. HORACE LINCARD ^XZ. r „„,.. 

St* I THE FENIAH SOOTHER! 

if* LIJCC»*n "**•** • * '" ' *• **•**•* I D«eter CereeM 






-OrfkM WW ItnlArt I.I 

T»- * .«*•«- »»*i M«i4 wm : 

I k«sjkl|j, Wi It** Mlf* WW 
.— r T»«i TT f — a m a t WW i 
I ■•• v Olrl »f IW ■>«• WM BORiri L1TGARP •*«..« ~»<| D- n - 
& **r1.. i. Ik* « US' !!.•« WW Hl>RV I UN-MID n.pj* Owe!.. 

llr.tKcllhrwlM, ' H«tll«d 

TW Te«ar« Wl«s«, T*.r«* Um Park. II«nd> ArM> 

r ••,<•,-. Jl.k,. lV»!kl«« Ummm |||H sWllnsI 

VTsWJ SMMJ ■»—».»- »•!'. waj, 

!>•«-.. •»•<•• Tisjjstf. Par Exearlte-MaN 

OM Mwat*lrt>ralaj, 
•*%. nillar rWer, tie., fir. 
of ths World's OelebrU.ee : 
winiAMi *r Pr»«is. i^>«i. *ap*«f»*H, o«t. H«r- 

•»••. 4»«r» I»^->1»»t. Iltr-ar* «irr*I^T. Ben 
W».'-r NH ( h. M T«*M«. O-n. Or-. I, 



TV cvsmeIwow with lh- Ferre entitle-l 

A DAY AFTER THE WEDDING 

CetMsel Free, t- Wm. Horace Lfnctrd 

J. A. Smith 

John T 

R J. Preston 

■^■^■^■BMrtb Alio* Dumln* (Llnffnrd, 

Mr*. Ju-lab 

ABPCmrroj lh* above Mr.aol Mr* Llnnard will elog tbo 
pMd Scan* an.1 D«*U< ftoai "II TroTsiore," 



Jimmr Murphy 

I'snnT H>htlrr 

.f«k* Wnllaee 

. I.lrrlr lliirmon 

.Tlfwpsar Wistrphy 

...WnllnaM? naal aieAnarelta 

F.v« MIIta 

, Lew Pnrkrr natal <ieo- FaMter 

Annie I.isinr 



ROSE DURAND IN CHARACTER SONGS 



C'lf»W l»I.l.f . 



Mraawy Mnrph) 



THE HAUNTED HOTEL! 

Jake Wallace sod Jebanr PcAflcells 

To conclude with 

Dancing- on the Brain 

Ch*rk.t«ra by tb« tatir* CompiDy 



MONDAY I.VHXI.VO, Jul; K^FImaiipMriiira ol 

E. M. Hall, the Croat Banjoist, 

Formtilr of eSorsoD'e. Also, 

Tlio Reynolds Brothers 

(Jcorar nnd Charley. 



ALFRED PERRIER 

ih rtiTs or BTTE^oTn 



8ob( »od Dice*, 

Where the Flowers Blush and Bloom 

JIMMY MCBPBT. 

Mine. Lopez and her 4 Pnpils ! 

iBcla.lffiB Ih. Bnby Pirformcr. 



Tho Countryman's Vlnit 

JfbDQy D.lOg^l. hOd Jhh« WhUhM. 



CHAMPION CLOG DANCE 

JIMMY MURPHY. 



Imitations Extraordinary on the Violin. 



PROV. PAUL BOULON. 



The performance will conclude with 

THE FLYING RINGS! 

By George Lopez. 
Performance to commtnee fit 2-30 P. M. 

AdHiultn MS Cent* 

JOfiNNY TUER8 4; 0. ER00K8, Proprietor?. 



\ rn .».i N riAit-h 


In » mm4 l.ndlra 


r>r»M*r« 


i '■•hOOUS 


Tk* Ulrl Milk 


\t ir1< K—l 

...Vammr i.*r*»uon 


■•as? Md IHnto. 

"SHE LOVES US BOTH 

fifflrr and fkarl** H> 


SO WELL!" 

raald*. 




M»«ne Brewsr 


CLOSET SCENE FROM HUMLET ! 

I<iIim Brewn, kCilorwl Amiinr kUt Kfllr 




K M. T»jlor 


BVkJIod 





IpAnUh tUllst Dance. 

3L.7V MANOH^ 

Br Mieaei Mav Ltoj, Feanr O al 'a ta Wl Ballr Utorr. 

Miarfele Flllaor*. Joeephtoe. Brawer. 



(iTertore Orohtstra 

Thf I.lrrlr M.kr 1*1 ■■■ Jonea 

WwlfclM In ihe Hnln HI a ache * tal ly 

lYEiss Ella Wesner 

Id her Soags. 

"Paving the Way," "Racketty Jack," and 
"Champagne Charley." 



Duet Mlnnla ( orbrn and SlaUr 



THAT BOYS A NUISANCE! 

That Boy Geo. Reynold ■ | Professor af Banjo T. Bros 



Onsrtore.. 

i omio Son. 
Fancy Jiff.. 

Fancy Dane 

Ballad Minnie Fillmore 



omio Ronff Harry TnompBen 

'ancy Jlf Hiie Joaephine 

Fancy Danco airy Leroy 



Ooneladine with 

A ROUGH NIGHT OF IT! 

Hungry and without sleep Geo. Reynolds 

Agent, or Bnsinesa Man Frank Jones 



NOVELTIES COMING FROM THE EAST 



Eureka Range 

The best Cooking Appa- 
ratus now In the market. 
A Quick an d e ven Baker, 
Economica l in Fuel, and 
Handsome in Design. It 
gives univ ersa l satisfac- 
tion. Try it. 

FOB SALS BY 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

• 111 lllmid 1 1 1 llutlrry ilrrcl. if 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Cutting 

HEIDQUmERS, 

G Montgomery St., 
opFoaan bush boubt. 



MRS. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKER, 
FIRST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

■Mved to Jfh. SMI Kenrnr ilrcet, 
Room No. 9. Second Floor. 



D. HICKS & CO., 
BOOK- BINDERS 

AM BUNK-BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 

No. B43 Clay street, 

ui nuncuco, 

MM* S9 J rirett, - aertuiemt*. ao8-if 



fa rwlhtr'i Qbemical Writing Raid, 

It does not corrode or clog the pew. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

SINKhY FURIf ISHED ROOMS, 8E9- 
la or ia aaita, 



fldTSSk', 



Well MItui Id Vcattlhted. 



DINNER, 
DESSERT. BREAKFAST, 

....AXD.... 

TEA 
8ET8. 8ETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

Clexnat Sbapee, 172 Piece* 9«5 OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 
1S3 ruara sis oo 

CUT GLA8S SET, 

as Piece. k:io oo 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

»7 Plecea S1SOO 

Silverplated Service, 

1 Bast Castor ) . 

1 dozen esorj Tea and ( A4 »■•.„«« BQ1 - rt 

Table Spoona ( ** Piece*.. ..*ei fiO 

1 dozen Mediant Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

(With Pcnrl White 80O OO 

'With French China. .SllO OO 

GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and 
packed or delivered FRBB OF CHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Fine Street, 

inlSH SAW FRANCISCO. 




REMOVED TO SPLENDID NEW ROOMS, 

NO 18 UONTOOMEBT S.TBEET, 

First Floor, Opposite Masonic Tempi.. 

1'llICr.s JtKUVCKD. 
ftp 111 6m 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard streett near Second. 




THE MANA- 
geretske pleasure 
in announcing 
that after having 
a large force of 
carpenters at 
work, their 



New Floor 

ie completed : and 
also that the Rink 
_ jsill be 

iTTJ ^p'ATrak 

VIZXNA A- AMES. 



TO THK LOT£B8 OF 

SONGIAND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN T0\ 
eocietv ie at the 

4* 



SALOON! 



OOO Hlaalon street, l>et. Second nnd New 
Mob t no m ery» 

Every ©atiirclay ISTisTJht. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8.30 SHARP. 

N. B,— A epsoious Club Room to let for one or 
two nights a week, wiih every convonienoe for 
Hand Praotice, Club meetings, eto. Music furn- 



D. Bruce, 

LSTS' STE. 

Printer, 

iMOVED TO ' 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



Dr.Zeile'sNew Russian.Turkisb 

— ABB — 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladles and Centlomon, 

Ho. USPaelOe aire* 

rpHJE BHBT AND MOST OOMMODIU Kf . 
X Ubllabmect of the kind, eitbor in Enropeol 
America. OonvenieDt and separate apartmsnt*. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain ol 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in the same 
building for private patients. In28 Ire 



HAS REMOVED TO 



Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp* old office. 




THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTOBIfBT A.T I-AW, 

(Avecet JFrsusysalS,) 

ROOT* IfO. », MOB. TJ« AND 718 MONT- 
aWDery atreet.eaat sio> (ovsr Flank's Saloon), 
hrtvraen WMnimlon and jMfeajoev s% « P J6 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNF.R OF COMMERCIAL AND LEIDE8- 
dorff streets, hnving been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new fitting room added in front, is 
now ready to receive Lodgera by the day, week, or 
mnnth, at tho LOW PRICE of 2.-., 3T 1 -. ami 
«©c. BY THE NIGHT, and BY THE WEEK. 
SI SO to »« nnd f*S *45— for Nincle Rooms. All 
the rnorflB ore furnished with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. '( he House and BedB are kept thoroughly 
clean and free from mOrquitoa. 

**- HOUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT. Persona liv 
Ins: in or visiting the city will find this on" of the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
LN SAN FRANCISCO. 

KALSTON dtE OOTTKKLL, 

an.^ 1m Proprletnra, 



W- A. HUGHES, 

reet, between I<e 
Snnaome. 

KEEPS THE EE8» 

WHISKEY,' 
Marrian s No. 3 Ale. 

BREWED EXPRESSLY FOR OAJ'^ORWIA. 

stt of Freaob Bran* i' ,JJoo»eb 
~ i, Holland Gin &n% FotslaTB 




GLORIOUS VICTORY 1-PIRST 
Premiums and Silver Madala award- 
ed to fUGAZIS ORIENTAL OIL 
HAIR DYE, at the San Francisco 
Fairs in IBM. 'B5 and '89; at Haora- 
mento in 1863, '65, '66, '67 and '70; also 
at Stockton and Marysville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye is the beat, nim pleat, 
easiest applied in the world. Work 
done in a few Foconda; in twenty minuteB no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be aeen. Free from STJQak 
Lfad, Lac Sulphur, or other poieonous, healtb- 
destroying drugs used in other buir nreparaMons. 
Oueapnlioation, natural brown; two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equal" thia Oil for the Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. KUGAZI. K street, near 
Third, Sacramento; HUG & SCHMIDT. S3.1 Unm- 
meroiaUt., San Francisco; GATES & RHODES, 
San Jose. Ask your druggist for it. my. tf 



NAPA_SODA. 

THE BATT/KAL WATER aa TIKES 
FJIOM THE SPRINOS AT NAPA. 

THE WATER WAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
nsed for the v>-\-.\ thirteen years, with the most 
satisfactory reatilta. It contains many valuable 
properties, as will be seen by the following 

Annlysla of tbe Napa Soda Springe, 
By Dr. L. Lanzwkert, Practical Chemist, May, 

Temperature, Fahr 60 

Reeidium from Ev«.j -oration :in >4-eallon, grs..,.17 

Bicarbonate of Soda 3 28 

Carbonate of Magnesia..... .. ...... .0 Si 

Carbonate of Lime 2 72 

Ohlorideof Soduim 1 3D 

Subcaibonate of Iron 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina I....0 IS 

Loss... U 62—17 ' 

We. the undersigned, physicians, practicing la 
the city of San Francisoo, have examined the re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lanzwaert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. Tho water, according to thia oi- 
amination, possesses Aperient Antacid and ToniO 

f>roportiea, which cannot fail to bo very beneficial 
a the treatment of CbroDio Diseases, end afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
SU: H. M. Gray, M.D.; Arthur B Stout, M. D. [ 
J7P. Whitney. M. D. ; A. F. Sawyer, M, D. ; Ohaa. 
Bertody, M. D. ; Wm. 0. Ayres, M. D^ 

KaT-if or sale at all saloons throughout the city 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly eift 

cutod at the Napa Soda Agency, 1*4 SU'JTER 

STREET. 

jn20tf T "W. FEWN, Agent 



Use Faulkner's Meal Writing Fluid. 



*sss 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

MS Montaftmery »tr«et. comer | n «. 

ROBERT MAYERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A Novelty— Jr.po.nea© Naptclna, 

and Chinese Bach Scratehers. 

•MERICRN WATCHES, CU1. DI1M0RDS 



F. MAN SELL & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 

r>A.i3NrTE.ru&, 

E'hU 



GI-IFF JEIOUSE I 

ROARING OCEAN f SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMmBSORFl MONSTER SEA UOftSl 

Elegant Breakfasts, Lunclies, Din- 
ners and Suppers 

BBINCr TOVB WIFE | 

BBINQ XOCK FAMILT 

BBHTS TOTJK K.ADY PSJJBNB» 

An enjey a view of the finest OoKAJt PaXOBUU 

in the whole world, all in sight of the 

world-ret 3 wned 

GOJjDJBN oateii 

With e feet of white-winced m— snjort sntertn 

frora svery pan of the comausrcUl world. 

gS^New Line Bnssee, coDoesting with Stree 
Oafrs At Lone Mountain evtir 15 minutes hereafte 
for the Cliff Boose. Fare 25 ssnta. 



*•£ es-^aao* 



•• 



i». 



fc iry a*y. eiccp4 Buadaf', ■"" 



632 Kerchant 3:. and 535 Waiainjton 8t 

Below «oe«oK»rr Bleck 



SATUHDAY JULY 8, 1671 



TO HOT EL K EEPERS. 

••riffur©," *■ moiled every morning to 
•11 tfac hotel- on Che Pnelnc OoMt. Pro 
praetors ofuvw hotels who have not yet 
received it will hnve It forwarded free 
•f charge on searllna an their address 



riBARQ ON THE CAU. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

FIGAKO u thoroughly distributed ev- 
ery day on the car* of the California I*a- 
elSc Railroad, leaving Murysvllle for 
Vallejo and Hun Francisco at 1 o'clock 

r. m. 



FIQARQ ON THE_0_AKLAND BOATS. 

MO " Figaros" are distributed on the 
Oakland Ferry boats every nfirrnoos, 
mostly ibqdi the passengers arriving by 
the great Overland Train. 



FIBARO ON THE VALLEJO BOAT. 

MO "Figaros" ore distributed every 
■ay among the passengers on the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to this city. 



FICARO ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

**Flgnro" U circulated every day on the 
oar* of the NonChcrn Pacific It. B. which 
leave Ban Joie for thU city at 3:20 P.M. 



"Figaro" u olrcnloted every day at 
the Skating Blnk. 



Evan«'«i Covcnt Garden. 

All whe hire ever frequented KvaWs. under the 
Oovent Garden Piazza, soya tbe London correspon- 
dent of tbe Boston Saturday Evening Gazette, will 
have pleasant remembrances of I be proprietor, 
Paddy Groan, w bo for so many jlin kept late- 
hoose retort aa an establishment wQiob a gentle- 
man would never be ashamed to visit. Tbe changes 
of metropolitan life have not been without their 
jniluenco in thia direction, and Mr. Green has re- 
tired to make war for a limited liability company, 
who bare entirely altered tbe aapect of tbe supper 
rooms where Thackeray, Albert Smith and Charles 
Dickens were so often aeen gathered round a little 
table in tbe Converaatlon Lobby. To enable Paddy 
Green to enjoy that comfort is his declining days 
which be haa so often afforded to others in their 
youth, it is proposed that a testimonial fund ahou'.d 
be raised, and a special morning performance in 
Its aid will be given at the Gaiety Theatre. 



i£lttrli I^l-vlnfc «-' l-<o-vr Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Boll; Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
aenare supplied with dinners at a low cost 
per plate, but It neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
Street, Ban Francisco, within twenty paces of 
the Bulletin office, ferves better fare at lower 
cost every day in the year. What would the 
Bostonians think of a dinner composed of the 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass oflcecroam* all for 25 cents? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will cost 
ten cents more. These are the regular bill of 
fare charges at tbe California Bestaurant. In 
fare how Is that for high ? In price, how is that 
for low * 

■ S 
What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



Jnllcn Pcrriiult, M. !>., 

Physician and Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronlo, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientific meth- 
ods. Office 602 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Booms 
9, 10 and 11. Consultations In English, French, 
German and Spanish, 

-# 

Well Eistabllshed. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the tost of time, le never allowed to fall Into 
disuse ; every year the sale of Cassln's XXJ. 
Wild Grape Bitters Increases, and thousands 
can boar testimony to their merit. * 



LETTER FROM CHICAGO. 

[raOM OOB BEGCLAR COBBIIPOSDEST.] 

Cbicaoo, Jane '23, 1871, 
DEAfiFlQAEO.-Sioce my laat letter there baa 
beoo no important change of any note in the dra- 
matic world. 

TH8 WTWDBAK COMPAXY 

still bold J us own at the Dearborn Theatre. 
"Caste" baa ran all tbe week. It will be followed 
eo June 5$th by Robertson"* "Home;' and tbe 
musical comedteUeof "ibe Dibntante." 

ajrenrjc- 

Signor BUli and son opened here Jone 19th. 
They will be wilh us for three or four waeka; a 
crowded house greet* him every night. Colonel 
Woods is looking onr for some new attractions to 
delight the taste of tbia comrauniiy. 

CROSBYS OPIBA B008B 
is at present ondergoing repairs and beinr painted, 
and new soata arranged m the perquette and or- 
chestra. It will b» closed until the regular dra- 
matic eeason opens, when we are promised tome 
floe attractions. 

HOOLKT'B OPEBA H0C8B 

Is filled nightly with tbe elite of the eiiy. to seo 
the ever-charming Katie Putnam and Little Dot. 
"Sans Sooci" haa bad a good run all tbia week. 
On Jane 26lh 'The Little Detective" will be pro- 
duced. OLYMPIC IHEATHE. 

The triple corps of end men, with tbe eong and 
dance prodigy, L* Belle Ida. Clara Butler. Ida 
Morton, and M'lle Bertha, k*ep the olace crowd- 
ed nightly. Your correspondent will soon start a 
programme paper for this heuse, called the Olym- 
pic programme. 
v v V.l. CIBOT3. 

Lent's New York Circus opened here for one 
week, commencing Jane 26th.\Flaahv bills and j tt- 
dicions advertising will inrely bring them crowd- 
ed bouses. 

Frank Aiken isdoing up the draraUic business 
to tbe delighted eouatry folks. 

Deep regrets are felt here among the dramatic 
fraternity at tbe sad demise of Miss Sue Robio- 
son, whom ws eip cted so soon to see here. 

A St. Louisiae, H. C. Snewdell, advertises 
for a clever gentleman to take charge of a paper 
by the name of Figaro shortly to be started in 
this city, the paper is to be carried on in the same 
style as tbe Fiqaso of California. Sncoess to him ; 
we want a good paper her- . WILL. 

Boys* Pump Shoes and Box- 
Too Gaiters 
At F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Noa. 
622 and 824 Bash street, opposite the Alhambra 
Theatre." • 

Save Your Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ors can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of Interest. Call 
at the office, 123 PobI street, for Information. • 



I>o Yon Know 

That with Buttebick's Pattebns you can cut 
and make ar.v garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 118 Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



The Ellaclr of Youth, 

For which the sageB and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided It In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corvllle & Co. are the dispensers of It 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too late, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain glorious forever. * 



Everbody Buys Tiiom. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Steuart's refined sugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candles have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the firm does an immense 
trade, both in the jobbing and retail 11ns, * 



Washing: Returned In One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry, * 

The Howe Sewing Machine 

And Butteriek'B Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



To the TJnlbrtuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial, San Francisco, 
'Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854, for tbe treatment of chronic 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make* 
bo charge unless he effects a cure. * 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
•reat success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orton's, Burton's, 
and other similar Bounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
of Hug & Schmidt, 635 Commercial st, is on the 
wrapper. Hco & ScmrxcT, Successors to P.J, 
EaiUy, Agents. e 

I>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ihronic and specific practice, and aa snob is now 
■he most successful of any Physician In San 
Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, corner 
of Leldeedorff, a few door below What Cboer 
House. • 

What Cheer Launary 

Calls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
She city, 

9 

Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
Branch House, 424 Sansome street, are absolute- 
ly p' t. from the report of those who nave 
tried .aem. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blankets made of the Quest California wool, 
and sheets of spotless whiteness all combine to 
insure a good night's reBt. • 



Oysters end Chowder, 

Try Joe Oiustl's deliolouB chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer Btreet. Ladles' saloon at 
tached. Open day and night. * 



crcmo do XjIs. 

Beautiful 1b the finish developed by the use 
of Dickey's celebrated Cbkue db Lis, a pure 
transparent complexion being imparted. No 
poison enters its composition. 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash; sell for cash ; small profits 
no.bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Sbabeb & Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place in 
town to buy furniture and bedding. 



IF You Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
dry. 



Car and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and tbe cars of the C. P. R. B., besides 
attending to the dally distribution of Figabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dallies and all 
the Eastern Illustrated papers ana magazines, 
at San Francisco prices, * 



William Horace Llngrard, 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste impersonates is wonderful. The Call. 
fornla Theatre is crowded, and between tbe 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon. 
where they find uhl&ky good enough for "a 
Major in theNimh"— a good thing to take be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff House," soothing for 
a poor little orphan," "par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. Hermann la also 
also famed for hi^ "bitter beer," which is just 
the thing for -'the upper ton thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro Saloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the California Theatre. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



What Cheer Laundry 
Is the best laundry in San Francisco 



A. Popular Desideratum. 

Sin Francisco as its population Increases 1b 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Winant k Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Otstee Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres. In beautifully furnished roomB for ladles 
and families, and altogether It bids fair to be 
the most popular institution in the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Wdjast, who has 
been a wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of his partner, Chaslet H a ake , 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific Otbteb Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a most unexcep ionable manner. * 



"What is Glucolcln? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. Prepared and 
sold by James G. Stexlb & Co., No. 521 
Montgomery street, » 



JE*Icnics— Calls toara— Seaside. 

The new Summer styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street, 1b daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It is only at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone snows that 
"The" Hat Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all 6old at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. • 

The Place. 

The Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with boBt of atten- 
dant, and with the largest andfatteBt oveters. 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Corville's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day — Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyeter beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. * 



Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage in the saloons in the East 
at present. It Is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how redlculoua his 
reflection looks In them- There is sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will tmile. Buck- 
man of the Capital. saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogrifl cations tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque.™Ev- 
ery one should see them. * 



New Furnlshng Goods, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



OAKLAND TROTTING PARK 



RACES! 



RACES! 



GRAND INAUGURAL MEETING! 

Five ID/vys' Trotting 

July 4th, 5th, 6tb, 7th and 8th 
\ — 

FIFTH DAY....SATITK])AY, d ITX/V 8 
Furae> SSOO — free for all horses that have 
never beaten 2:4) — $166 to first, $50 to second. 

P. Farrell names em Coquette, formerly Kate 

J. M. t)i ok era on names be Danger 

i'oIodcI Dickey names gr m Kate 

CD. Lusk namea gr s Joe 

09" All the above R&cea Mile Heats, three in five ; 
all in Harness, with the exception of that for 
Double Teams. Three to enter, and two to start 
A horse distancing the field shall only be entitled 
to first money. Races to be governed by iho Rules 
of tbe National Association. 

09* Pools will be sold at Porter's Saloon, Mer- 
chants' Exchange, every night dnring'the week 
commencing Monday evening, July 3d, by Chase 
Bowley & Dickey. 

ADHISSIOX 91 OO 

LADIES PREE. 

09* The Busses will run from the City and from 
the Point to the Track. 

E. WEIRD, Proprietor. 
COL. G. W. DICKEY. Saperin ten dent. jy3 td 



Reading: Matter for All. 

Loomis, at his stationery store at the 8. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office Itself. 
All the Kew York papers and English maga- 
Kines are there. 
John G. Huyden 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacious store, 218 
Bush street. In the Mercantile Library Build- 
iog, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. • 

Important to Strangers. 

Abraham's, S3 and 35 Second Btreet, the place 
par excellence to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $26; beaver suits 
to order, $i0 ; pants to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Evory reader must 
see that he con save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at tbe great caBh cloth- 
ing house of G. ABRiHAiis, 3a and 35 Second 
street. 



For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Those living in the oity know it already. 

r I^ hee heap e atpl ace 8 bay yonra 
Mr team df urn !■ hln us oo 
«lal entt he ane rlc an 

STAR S HIRT DEPOT 

No. S Second street. 
u6 lm BKNEDIOT & OO. 



Carpets. Furniture! 




F Ij A G S. 

A LL NATIONS AND SIZES. MADE TO 

■^^order at the Carpet and Furniture Emporium 
of JOHN 0. BELL, nearly opposite the Grand 
Hotel, on Market Btreet, between Montgomery and 
Sansome. je>30 1 week 



Flagstaff s, Large and Small! 

A. R. NICHOLS, 

CARPENTER AND BTJIL 
DER. 
CEDAB STREET,] 
Between Froot and Davis and 

Washington and Clny, 8an Francisco. 

Ladders. Steps, Flagstaff a, Ornamental Tree and 
Garden Stakes made to order, on reasonable terms. 

N. B.— All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended 
to. jyl lw 



I GOLDSTEIN k SON.-THF. ABOVE OC- 
• Sartnerahip j 3 this day dissolved, NOT by 
mutual consent, as no consultation was held, and 
in proof of v/bioh my name is not affixed to the 
published notice of dissolution, 1'ne business 
will be continued by the nnderaigoed. at the same 
stand, where be Dopes for & continuation of favors, 
etc. All partiRa tDdubred to (he said firm are no- 
tified to pay none but the undersigned, and no 
agent rapreaenting said firm, as they will be re- 
sponsible for the same 

8 A. GOLDSTiilN. 31:8 Sansome street. 
July 5th. 1371. jy8 lv# 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 



MADAME BLANCE. THE GREATEST , • . 
Clairvoyant of the age. can be seen at s ') a 
her residence. No. OOB FoLbO.M STRb.E V, i% 
between Fifth and Sixtb. wture she can be con- 
sulted on all business affairs, love and marriage; 
also, haa cbarma for love, lack, unbapplnees in 
families, and brings together the aeparated. Fee, 
$1 and upward. ])8 lm 



FOR SAN QUENTIN AND SAN RAFAEL. 



To Nan Quentln..50c | San Kufacl 75c 

THE FAVORITE STEAMER CONTRA COS- 
TA, Oapt. J. McKensie, leaves Ferry Wharf, 
Davis Btreet, near Vallejo, for San Qnentin, con- 
necting by railroad witb S.m Rafael and tbe stages 
from there for Olima, Tomales and Nieasio, every 
week day aa follows : 
San Francisco at 9 i_M.. 1 :45 r.n.. and 6:30 p. M. 
SanQuentiuatS and 11:30 a.si., 2:4-5 and 5:30 P.M. 

Snnclay Excursion. Time Table. 
Leave San Francisco at 16:30 a. m. and 5:b0 P.M.; 
San Kafaol at 9 a.m. and 4 F.M. 
jy8tf CHAS. MINTURN. 



LOST! 

A LADIES' POCKET-BOOK, CONTAINING 
Receipt for a Piaco and other panere valuable 
to owner; a $2 59 gold piece, some silver, a ring, 
and other articles. The finder is welcome to keep 
tbe moiiey on returning tbe other contents to No. 
3D MONTGOMERY BLOCK. jy7 tf 



A Card to the Musicians and 
the Public. 

Sa.n Francisco, Jur-y 5th, 1871. 

■tar-A person by the name of Joseph Hi. 
Schmitz has been circulating fal*e reports con- 
cerning myself. As a number of members of the 
late French Opera Orchestra, and other musi- 
cians, have been influenced to sign a paper drawn 
up by htm to the effect that they will not play 
for me if I should enter into an arrangement to 
furnish the orchestra for the coming Italian Op* 
era, and as suoh paper has been handed to Mr. 
Bisosccitia with the intention of doing roe injury. 
it becomes my duty to place myself right before 
the musicians and the public of San Francisco' 
and not only pronoun ce the charges false, but to 
prove them =o. The said charges are that I re- 
aeved recompense from the late French Opera 
Troupe to release an attachment I had against 
them for their indebtedness for the orchestra. 
When he, the said Schmitz, having been at that 
time a member of my orchestra, must have known 
that the lawyer I first employed, released the at 
tacbment without my orders and unknown to me ; 
and that upon bearing the fact I immediately went 
to the Sheriff's office, and protested against the 
release in the presence of Deputy Sheriff Knox, 
and that I employed another lawyer to see what 
could be done in the matter. For these facts have 
been talked over repeatedly by bim, myself and 
others. The agent of the late French Opera 
Troupe, M. Agrati, who can verify tbe faot, that 
I never received any recompense to forego the 
suit, is Btill in this oity. I would say in conclusion 
that in maintaining myself and family of nine 
children, I have always conducted my business 
competitions in a fair and honorable manner, and 
bold if any party should work themselves into 
position through dishonorable means, they should 
be held in detestation by all honorable men. 
J. ALLEN, 
Late Leader Metropolitan Theatre. 

1914 Mason street. jy63t 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Conpt-e»s Hull, 830 Bonn street, 

Botween Montgomery and Kearny streets. 

RJEDTTCTTOA' OF PRICE! 

Assemblies— 10 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 P. M., 1H to 10 P. M 

Admission— Day and Evening 35 Cents 

Use of Skates 25 cents 

jj6 tf CHAS. M. VALLEK, Proprietor. 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF BAiBAMEXTO, 
Will take place at the 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 
OK ttEDXBSDil' tTCI/r 18th 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for tbe day of tbe Concert by the various 
routes will be issued to those holding tickets. 

Excursion Tickete may be obtained at all the 
prominent Book aDd Music Stores in tb is city, or at 
OADWALLADER. DAVIS 4 OO'S, 

44 Fourth street, Saoramento. 
a9* Excursion Tickets only good for tbe 18th 
to MOth of July, inclusive. ju28 td 



RHEUMATISM. 

TyTRS. W. S. -WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
1TA W. MAO, the only Conqueror on the Glebe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute, 
Obronio or Inflammatory; Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lumbago or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc., No. 1C1 Tehama 
Btreet. fourth door from Third. in is lm 



Personal Property Taxes 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OER- 
tified copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY A8- 
LELSMENT ROLL for tbe FiBcal Year 1S71-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, Oity and 
County Taxee for the said fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining due and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensuing willtoecome delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector. 
San Francisco, July 3d, 187L jy4 lm 

Candy ! Candy ! 



CHARLES H. MERCER, 

HOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 

tnrer. No. 518 Kearny street, between Sao- 
■amento and California; and 12? Second street, 
bet. Minna and N stoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended t o. Oart&ge free to all parte of the oity 
whtrfag excepted. mylStf 



W B , 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CUBED BY 

The Arabian Treatment. 

THE MOST SEVERE OASE8 

RELIEVEDJN 3 DAYS. 

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 

DR. JOHN SZOTZ8KI 

Tio. 6ZO Pacific street. 

a*- The Doctor's advertisements will appear la 
Figako exclusively. ju2B tf 




CALIFORNIA_RESTAURANT 

NOS. «ie, CIS AND «*14 MONT- 
gomery street, near Merchant- 
Ladies' Saloon connected with the B*e- 
taurant. 

JB11I ot F are. 

Ice Cream FBEE in any person 
Spending 86 Cents. 

Soup, with Fish or Rroaste l.sc | 

Soup, with two Eeeb 1" 

Two Ecus lOe I 

Two Furollone Feffs joc 

Smelis or Salmon, witb Coffee lbc 

Mutton ChopB, Tea or Coffee 15o 

Beefsteak, do 15o 

Sirloin Steak, do 20c 

Fresh Oyetere, Raw or Stewed 15c 

Olam Fritters i5 

Bottle of White Wine I0o 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer l,',o 

Pies, Pudding or Cake 60 

Oat Meal, Mush er Cracked Wheat.... 60 I 
Coffee, lea. Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wine 5o 

del-tt JOHN REGAN. Proprietor? 



3,000 Men Wanted! 



—AT THE— 



CITY RESTAURANT, 

North side Clay street, below Montgomery. 

To Eat Ham and Eggs at the following 
LOW PEICE6 : 



Three Kcrb 15© 

Ham and 2 Egga ISc 

Oysters— every etjle.. 15a 

Beefsteak 10c 

Mutton Chop 10c 

Pork Chop lOo 

OutletB 10c 

Pork and Beans 10c 

Smelts luc 

Salmon 10c 

Beef a la Mode 10c 



Ronst Turkey 2M 

Chicken Pot-pie y* 

Fricaesed Chicken. . , J5c 

Breast of Lamb ]0o 

Fried Liver Ito 

Tripe— all etyles. 10o 

Soup — all kinds 60 

Tea or Coffee Se 

Milk or Beer 5e 

Claret Wine 6c 

Pies, Paddings, etc.. 5a 



Try the City Restaurant, 

6S8 and 540 Clay street, 

North aide just below Montgomen 

jo.13 tf D. CAUFBELL, Proprietor. 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT i 

No. »T Second street. 

THEY HAVE REDUCED THEIR 

price?, and you cin live like a prince | 
there for a small Bum. Among the 1 
reductions are : 

Cup of Coffee or Tes, with Cake or pie 10 cent* 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 cent* 

Oysters, all etyles 20 cent* 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 cents 

Soup, all kinds 10 cants 

Grand Family Xtestaoraat, £9 Seroud • 
street, near Market. jul5t( < 



Change of Progrrainiiie i 

....AT THE,... 

Esperance Restaurant, fcpk 

04:7 Commercial street. — «i i I 

Board per "Week., 8 S M 

Board per Month SO OO 

Dinner with IV I no SO 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

6XT8TATB 8CBNED>EB, 
mr'2") tf 047 Commercial et ., below Kearny. 

BE-OPENIN© O* 1 

Delinonico Restaurant! 



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jn91m 



THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE- 
jopen the above Restaurant with all 
the delicacies of the season, on SAT- 
URDAY, June 10th. and respectfully 
solicit the patronage of the public. 
LAMB BROTIIKBS. 



THEATRZ ROTISSEBIE, 

8X5 Dapont at., one door aouth of Bnak. 
■jax --^ E. MAROHAND LATE OF TBI I 

wJ^^-RotiBaerie ReBtAur&ii*" of theUnioi 
^8v^ Wati, Proprietor, — The Tables provi- 
ded with all the Delicacies of the season. 
•a-OFSTERS IN EVERY STYLE lei*" 



J. C. COMBES, 
"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

■»- Terrapin constantly on hand. Oysterjlg ! 
every style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS fOB 
PARTIES. mbSllm 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

YISGnriA CITY, NEVADA 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN 8* 
decorated, and is now open for the 8nmnin 
Season. STARS and TRAVELING OOMPAinW 



person to J. H. MeCABf 

MO 'Waehinieton street. San Frauotieo 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBAME.VTO. 

MR. J9SEPH PROCTOR WILL OOMMEMOl 
hie second Dramatio Season early in Septem 
ber, until which time the Theatre can Oe ww 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and for loe 
atrical Entertainments of a flrst-claes order, d 
application to THOS. BAKER. Esq., at Hastina 
& Go's Banking House, corner 01 Second ana . 
streets, Sacramento. !" '' _ 

The Arlington House 

1 OT KEARNY STEEET, BETWEEN POS 
l^f cDd Sutter, will be opened on the l»t < 
July as a .first-class .LODGING HOUSE., Tb 



and Sutter, will be opened on the lit'- 
, uiy afl s first-class LODGING HOUSE. ** 
rooms are large, handsomely t urrjished, and 
be rented low. Parties deemnp to do so can .mas 
arrangements to have coffee with lipht breakla 
or lunohes served in their rooms. Single Room 
from SIO to 815 per month. Transient custotn bc 
.ioited. 3uMl« 



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LIMITED NUMBER OF NICMT* 

JOE MURPHY, 



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IMMENSE ATTRACTION' 
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Till* EVENING JULY lOlk 

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A aWvjkl* «aa« aaal »auae* h> Mr. anal Mrt Ja*. 
Mar..). Tfca trMfc aMf af " Tt.e Ur«tr. of m.r- 
•*»." aaal aBI Irlaa. .lis;. Al*o kU ftaoit 

Ml-H M >.R I 1* 111 <. nl PI t T< 111 Kl \\n 

1 1 noVr 111* iMhrrll*. ». A «ri»lrk OaaVaaMfl 
Iwwiir^m (vita Raa«-"r»» M li ■; Mill* Bask ' i 
OV Mi *a,aaa»r a-slawsl *a*rlfT. la-aUh he will reaal 
* laal* Utwt ii.!.r»ifl*l br dl Germane.) Ale*, the old fe- 
*ant*a. !.«,* AaMH •■•* R"«*a. aod Oa the Brafh 
l^n Inns Rrnarh »•»•" wwr Flner-a Day. Aftar which 
nh a rosapiaia (iu|t from Wnite to Black ia 3« 
l tma ». m1 iatrevlaee a La. 

1 : i 1 1 i • > l> i ii n Hporinltioi. 

T»r llorar •lork>«'v (wtta iRiiiiiKmnl a boraerae*). 
and hi. celebrated Bona? Solo. 

TRACT RANDALL, a wolf to the fold J. H. BARDIE 

CapUln Weldro, C. 8. N 9, H Vlnaori 



Amo* Wirt beck, "in bualneM for himself 
Shiver*, a Contra band dealer.. 

>abblf«. the Bully 

Chea WaMro, a yoong mtD Id love. 



11. Parity 

Frank Re* 

.John Wood^rd 
.Geo. Hinckley 

. .J. C. Msjrutr* 
...W.r. Dudley 

R. Swift 

Graham 



To b. prw*.!»d by _ COHEDtETTA end 



THE LINCARP SKETCHES 

" FYUlM THIt WCII .NB SATURDAY MATINEE. 

law and Local Impersonations 

BT WILLIAM HORACB LKOAhD. 



Simon R. A. Wilson Mr. Hop. ... 

Mr. Skip H. Colton Mr Jump.. 

B*r. Dr. Morling. C. Ankn*r Tom Ricket 

Bu*(v Bob W. Richards Starr 

ELE50R. the discarded one HR8. F. M. BVTEs 

LIUie WaMro. her sister Mi*« BaUle Hinoklev 

Fanny Smart (with Song) Miss Jennie Hando*. ii < 

Madge Ml 

Laura Freeman, tue Doctor'* daughter Misa Snalo Soule 

Mother Kit, who Ibowl her claws Mm. Frank Uf\ 

Harry Mien Dcavea j Blanche... . La Petito Larling 

Picnicists, gue#lfl, lounKera. etc 

. :w,- 

GRAND HELP MATINEE.: 



ELLA WE8NER! 

T\» lM*MM 

Xl.o3rrA*oXclJa» Drotliors 

Jawea 
< aaaa o y 

Mai K. f 
O m li at»i ' •* H*tOTMi 

1 .--nil fa*** 
a...-, ... -. Ostvpawf 

Vr.,...) at,,—!... Mtm .nd I -dlr. 

iimiin Orabatetr* 

Marte Ba>«1 

.Panar (.arraiaea 



THIS EVENING 

'►■•« •« 



I .hk ikr n.wln 



i- kBT ii. 

a M —J— ) a 0« r Orebowtf* 

H»ll*.t aUMatMJ lUrarn. 

THE OOAT ISLAND GHOST! 

P*lt. aCWrk J-^h«n» Ta.ra 

R"» Jehant r>-A-».ln 

Pawabeabar . I^w Pa'kar 

OatMMl ••■» raaar VTahalar 

Bong and Dance. 

Where Hie Flower* Blush and Bloom 

JIMMT MrRPtTT. 
■nllnal Aaali LMaaar 

RETURNED WARRIORS 1 

Johnny DeAni^lU and Jake Wallace 

Fin«-rn Mlnntca Hllh 

*jJ^**hbJ}? ^ his BANJO 

IIInhlno<1 rilna- Mlu Illnnrhr 

H,.llu.l Tin illwa 

MNIE. LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPILS 
ROSE DURAND IN CHARACTER SONGS 

ImtCMIOM rxlrnordlniiry ..Prof. Punl Ronton 

Comic Kong I.I//1" Harmon 

To OOnoladl with thi L»ucb%ble Sketch eniirlo.l 

The Fenian Soother 

Horace'" Sod Law Parker 

Docor Onreall Ned Ward 

Vj^jr itnloaa Tlmmy Murphy 

A<tml.»loa Twwly.flT^ Out a 

Uoora open at I. Perforasancs to oommenoe atB!*J< 



H -«C at d Da a • 

"SHE LOVES US BOTH SO WELL! 

•—- — •» — " J_ 



CLOSET SCENE FROM HAMLET! 

J.llw Rnn.i'' l.r»! ABiu.r M.t K.llj 

Ob-%... ft H T.jlor 



IW1 ..1 



MisDl. C.thra 



'< 



Bpullh B*ll.t Dum. 



LA M AHAI 

B* Mlaaaa Mar t"»nrr. E»nnr ^?' ,< 1?„ B .*' ,, H *° f '' 



Mlaaie Flllaiore. Joaepblne. Brewer. 

Orartore. Orebtalra 

Tar- I.lv«-l3 Mob*- 
Wfllklai In the Ruin 



BtanMaVC Stilly 



Miss Ella Wesner 

In bar S^ne:". 

Good as Cold! Give a Man a Chancel 
and Captain de Boots 1 



Dnet Minnie f'orbyo and BliWr 



THAT BOY'S A NUISANCE I 
That Boy Geo. Reynold! I Profetsorof Banjo T. Bree 

Ouertare Orcheatra 

snug Marry Tbftmpeon 

FanoyJia Hi»» Joaeiibine 

Fancy Dance airy Leroy 

Ballad ...T Minnie Fillmore 



OoneludinK with 

A ROUGH NIGHT OF ITX 

HiinRry and without sleep Geo. Reynolds 

Agent, or Business Man Frank Jones 



NOVELTIES COMING FROM THE EAST 



Eureka Eange 

The best Coo king Appa- 
atus now In the market. 
K Quick and even Baker, 

conomlca l In Fuel, and 
Handsome in Design. It 
{Ives univ ersa l satisfac- 
ion. Try it. 



.... USD 

c,coin» 



FOB Sil.K BY 



WrCKE & MONTAGUE, 

Mil. 119 auial 114 Battery street. [tf 





iiUtpn'f 

Aww*"*!^^ 

BBm - 
0>, 



FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Catting 

HEUDQUJRTERS. 

06 Montgomery St., 
oproam; men 



MRS. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKKK, 
'IRST PREMTCM RECEIVED, 

■•Tei to Mm. BM9 Ktnnf ,lrvrt, 
Room No. 9. s.cond Floor. 



D. HICKS & CO., 
BOOK-BINDERS 

*». HANI-BOW MANUFACTURERS, 

M"c». Q4B bl«y Street, 

«i» iBiicnca, 

M-on ft. J street, • Mraaeil*. noS-tf 



hi Falher't Ckemical Writing Fluid. 

It does not corrode or clog the pan. 



ILHAMBM LODGING HOUSE. 

. /INSLY ruBNIBBID BOOHS, 81H- 
| glo or la ralu, 

IVeU u«.tea ul TemtUatee. 

'utmrmUbai Boomj to tot Lodflorwlth 
it bo«r*J|AXJiAMBa»aBnlLIHS , U. 



DINNER, 

DESSERT,!! BREAKFAST, 

i 1 1 try 
TEA 

SETS. 8ET8. 

PEARL WHITE, 

JClearaat Shape*, ITS Pieces VS5 OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

153 Plecea SIS OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 
«fi piece. nao eo 

IVORT-HANDI.ED 

CUTLERY SET, 

»T Pieces via oo 

Silverplated Service, 



1 Beat Castor 1 

1 dor.«n each Tea and ( 

Tahle Spoons /' 

1 dozen Medlnm Forks ) 



4t Plecea. ...*S1 no 



THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

pVlth Penrl White «0O OO 

'with French China SUO OO 

GUARANTEED FIRST-OLASS GOODS, and 
packed or delivered FREE OF CHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pine Street, 

jnisr.f SAM FIUNCI8CO- 




THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ArTOBITJBIT AT J-.AW, 

CAwoeat Fraayala.) 

DOOM no. a, KOS. no AND i\b mont- 
** a^aaery etreet, east ejda (over F'ank's Saloon), 
P rtw aaa. WMkiaurton and JaOkaos" Hi apM 




REMOVED TO SPLENDID NEW ROOMS, 

NO UMONTOOHKJtl STREET, 

First Floor, Opposite Masonic 'f emple. 

PRICES RKDTCED. 

aplOBm 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard atrect, near Second. 



THE MANA- 

gerstake pleasure 
In announcing 
that after having 
a large force of 
carpenters at 



New Floor 

iB completed: and 

oIbo thjittnoRlnk 
will be _^_ 

c> l» ei ~~sTT3xri3A-Tcrsi. 

VIZI.VA A AMES. 




TO THE LOTIB» OF 

SONG AND SGCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TOl 
society is at the 

4* 



SALOON! 



COll Ulaalon street, bet. Second ui> ,\tw 
Moatgomery, 

Every Saturday Wigrllt. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8:80 SHARP. 

N, B,— A spacious Club Room to let for one or 
two nights a week, with every convenience for 
Band Practice, Club meetings, etc. Music furn- 
ished for parties. 

mjff) HOLLAND A; EAGLES. Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 

ISTS' STE. 

Printer, 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



HAS REMOVED TO 



SacJMontg'ry 



Opp> old office. 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNFR OF 0OMMER0 AL AND LEIDES- 
dorff stroets, having been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new Hitting room f dded iu front, le 
now ready to receive LnnRers by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICE of »G, tnk and 
SOc BY THE NIGHT, and BY THE WEEK. 
Si SO to »» and «2 UA~for Sintrlc Rooms. All 
the rooms arc furniehed with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. 'I be House a^d Beds are kept thoroughly 
clean and free from mopquitos. 

»*t- HOUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT. Persona liv- 
ing in or visiting the citv "ill flrvl this one of the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSEB 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

RALSTON A COTTKELL, 

apS lm Proprietors, 



W- A. HUGHES, 

SIS Clay street, between aLetdeetarC and 
Sansoiae. 

KEEPS THE BBS a 

« A. A. A.. WHISKEY,' 
Marrian a No. 3 Ale, 

BRBWED EXP RESSLY FOB OAJfOBNUs. 
Largo aasortment of French Bretu, , Sootob 




GLORIOUS VI0TORVI-F1RST 
Premiums and Silver Medals award- 
ed to FUGAZIS ORIENTAL OIL 
HAIR DYE, nt the San Francisco 
Fairs in 18B4, '65 and 'Oil; at Saora- 
mento iu 1863, '65, '66, '67 and '70 ; also 
at Stockton and Maryaville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye ia tbe beat, simplest, 
easiest applied in the world. Work 
done in a few seconds ; in twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be seen Free from Sugar 
Lrad, Lao Sulphur, or other poiBonous, henltb- 
destroyiog dr*jge used in other hair rreparn loos. 
One application, natural brown; two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equals this Oil for the Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI. K street, near 
Third, Sacramento; HUG A SCHMIDT, S35 Com- 
mercial St., San Francisco; GATES 4 RHODES, 
San Jose. Ask your druggist for it. mya tf 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian.Turkis h 

— AKD" 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladles and Gentlemen. 

Mo. MB Paelfle atraej 

THE BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO SI. 
tablUhment of the kind, either in Europe) o I 
America. Convenient and separate apartment*.. 
Bathing by Stetm, by Hot Air, and by Plain Of 

Medloated Waters. Suites of rooms. In t-ht luat 
bnildlng for private patients loTJ In 



NAPAJSODA. 

THK NATURAL WATER as TAKES 
FROM THE SPRIKCrS AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
used for the past thirteen years, with tbe moat 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuable) 
properties, aa will be seen by the fo I lowing 

Analysis of the Napa Soda Sprlngo. 

By Dr. L. Lanzwektit. Practical Chemist, Hay, 

Temperature, Fahr 06 

Residinmfrom Evaporation^ ^-gallon, gn.... 17 

Bicarbonate of Soda 3 38 

Carbonate of Magnesia 53 

Carbonate of Lime 2 72 

OhJorideof Sodium I 30 

Suboarbonste ef Iron 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Aeid 

Alumina 13 

Loss 62—1? " 

We. the undersigned, physicians, practicing la 
the city of San Francisco, have examined the re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lansweert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The water, according to this ex- 
amination, possesses Aperient Antaoid and Tonio 
properties, which cannot fail to be very benefloial 
in the treatment of Chronic Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 



H.M. Gray, M. D.; Arthur B Stout, M. D.[ 

Whitney, M " ' ' 

ody. M. D. ; Wi 

* For sale at all saloons throughout tbe oity 



: A. F. Sawyer, M, D.; 
. 0. Ayres, M. ~ 



Families supplied, and all orders pro mptly oxo 
cutod at the NapaSoda Agoncy, 1X4 SUTTER 
STREET. 
jn20 tf T W. PKNN, Agent 



JAPANESE UAZAAJi. 

S4S Montffomerr .treet, com.** In^ 

ROBERT HATERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A Nowelty— Japanese Napkins, 

and Chinese Back Scratchers. 

AMERICAN WITCHES, C*L«. DldmODDS 

jaW ' Etc. Etc. Sm 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 



F. MANSELL & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN AND OBHAMKNTAi 

«i» rnrc ituit. 1.15 



J7LIFFHOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMIMB IU8F! MONSTER IEA LION* I 

Elegant Breakfasts, Lunches, Din- 
ner! and Bnpperi 

IIKI.IO TOtB W1TE I 

BBDe TOUE FAMILTT 

■ane Totnt hbt ribin 

t vfow of th. finest Ociur Pazoi 
• wta ol. world , ^1 la rif bt of to. 
world-r«:«rn.d 

eOLDER G1TBI 

With . iMt of wbite-wlsf^ ummh ■aterla 

froM .tot put of th. oonunoroul world. 

■VrT.W Lis. BafM.. oonoMtln. with BtM. 
Oin .t Lone HonoUin •▼•r» 16 miD.U. h.rMfwl 
for too Ollff Hon... Tin U rent.. 



@4tio< 



♦* 



~. 



P. BOaABDtJS 

—AT — 

6*2 Merchant St. «nd 336 WMiing^on St 

B#lo« HoDlfosarr Bl.ck. 

JSkD^^TZTTTTjUlTiD, 1871 



TO HOT EL K EEPERS. 

••Tlsparo." *• ■•ailed every mornlnsj to 
•U the hotel* on the Pacific Coast. Pro 
»rletor« of new hotel* who have not yet 
received It will have It forwarded free 
•f eaanre on sending n* their address* 



FIGARO DN THE GALA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

FIOAIto Is thoroughly dlstrlbated e»- 
•rydayon the ears of the California Fo- 
elfle KnllruaJ, leaving; Marysvllle for 
"Tallejo and 8aa Francisco at 1 o'clock 

P. M. m . 

FIBARO ON THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

900 " Fltjuros" are dlatrlbnted on the 
Oakland Ferry boats every afternoon, 
mostly among the pMiengeri arriving; by 

•he ureal Overland Train* 



FIBARO ON THE VALIEJO BOAT. 

tOO "Figaro*" are distributed every 
day among the passengers on the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip 
VaJleJo to this elty. 



from 



FIGARO ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

"Figaro" Is circulated every day on the 
oats of the Soul hern Pacific K. K. which 
leave San Jose for this city at 3:SO P.M. 



••Figaro" Is clrenlated every day at 
the Skating Kink. 



Hlfrh-toned Moral Papers. 

The Bulletin is dreadfully down on lot- 
teries, and wouldn't advertise them on any 
account The Call waa shocked at the Gol- 
den City's offering to distribute presents 
among thoBc- who subscribed for it, and 
wouldn't publish iU advertisement. Now 
• Market street stationer ii selling prize 
package* of stationary with Milton gold 
jewelry in them, and both these high-toned 
moral papers advertise for him, acd induce 
people to gamble by purchasing paper and 
envelopes which they don't want, on the 
ohanoe of obtaining perhaps a dollar breast- 
pin. Is there more harm in the Golden 
City's giving presents of money, than in 
this stationer's prornising to put an article 
Of jewelry worth $1 50 in one of his pack_ 
ages. We pause for a reply. 



Mind Tour own Bmin«u. 

About the strongest propensity in human 
nature, apart from the purely personal in- 
stincts, ia the propensity to interfere. Very 
many people spend their lives in interfering 
with others, perpetually putting spokes in- 
to wheels with which they have really noth- 
ing to do, and thrusting their dingers into 
pies about .the baking of which they are not 
in any way concerned; and of these people 
we are bound to confess that women make 
up the larger number and are the greater 
sinners.— Saturday Review. 

Hop* Deferred. 

A great many holders of tickets in the 
Cosmopolitan Benevolent Society of Nevada 
City were disappointed at the drawing being 
deferred, but they will be better satisfied in 
the end, when all the prizes are paid in full, 
instead of being reduced to paltry sums not 
worth trying for. 

Crcmo do Us. 

Beautiful Is the finish developed by the use 
of Dickey's celebrated Coras de Lis, a pure 
transparent complexion being imparted. No 
poiaoD enters it» composition. * 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
so.bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Shabeb k Co., 
707 Market street, Dear Third— the best place in 
town to buy furniture and bedding. x 



To tixe TJnfortuate. 

Or. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
Street, corner of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854, for the treatment of chronio 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make, 
no charge unless he effects a cure. * 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
treat success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other Blmilar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. Bee that the name 
of Hug k Schmidt, 635 Commercial Bt, Is on the 
wrapper. Huo at Schmidt, Successors to P.J. 
■silly, Agents. ^^^ • 

X>r. JOoliciT,*- 

Has devoted hla study more particularly to 
•hxonlc and specific practice, and as ruoh is now 
the most successful of any Physician In Ban 
Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, corner 
Of Leidesdorff. a few door below What Cheer 
House. • 

*Wlisvt Cheer i^avtri<try 

Calls tor and delivers clothes to all parts of 
the city. • 

+ 

Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
oemfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
BranO- House. 424 Sansome street, are absolute- 
ly p at, from the report of those who have 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blankets made of the finest California wool, 
and sheets of spotless whiteness all combine to 
1 nsure a good night's rest. » 



What is Glucolein? 

Apr, ..ration of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. Prepared and 
■old by James G. Steel* k Co., No, 621 



Wanted— A Local Reporter. 
Tne Chronicle last week, pnblished what 
purported to bo a correct report of a dia- 
logue between the proprietor of that paper, 
and some one applying for the position of 
local reporter. The report is so strained 
and unnatural, that we feel called upon to 
let the public know how the thing works in 
the Chronicle office. Those who read the 
report of the Secretary of the l*abor Ex- 
change, as published in the Bulletin of Fri- 
day, may have noticed in the list of those 
who obtained employment through that 
estimable institution— "Lccal Reporters.. 3 
Wages. . . .$50." This item was not, as may 
be imagined, relished much by the "local- 
itemses" of the other papers, and was there- 
fore exscinded by them before the list was 
transferred to their columns. The above is 
necessary to explain the following scene in 
the Chronicle office, 

-Private room of Charley -Char- 
ley discovered, seated ai table C. Rubbing 
his arm R. with arnica. 

Charley— This is a pretty Btate of affairs! 
I'll get rid of Smopes right away. [Enter 
Jibbalate of the Industrial School] 
jibbs —Want anything ? 
Charley— Ye* tell Mr. Smopes to come 
here directly. 
Jibbs— He's just come in. 
Charley— Tell him to come here then. 
Jibbs— Say, yon jest let me go for Mc K., 
and I'll put a head on him like a piaend pup 
if you'll bailnij out. 
Charley— Git. 

Jibbs— Oh yes; that's all anyone ever gets 
for offerin' to do you a serverce [exit sing- 
ing] "She's doin the grand in a distant 
land ten thousand miles avay." 

CJiarley -I'm dreadfully unlucky. I can't 
get anyone todo what I want them to. [En- 
ter Smopes] Oh, you've come, have you? 

Smopes— Tee, Mr. Charles; did you want 
to see me? 

Charley— Did I want to see you ? I should 
think I did. Tou're a nice sort of a fellow 
aren't yon. 
Smopes— Yea sir. 

Charley— You're a nice grateful man you 

are. Here I picked you up when you were 

starving and ragged, and gave you board at 

the Miners, and an ordor on Van Schaaok 

for a thirteen dollar suit of clothes and a 

shirt, and what's the return. Look at this 

(lifting right arm with left) look at this 

sir? 

Smopes— I'm Tory sorry sir. 

Charley— You couldn't go for anyone but 

a judge's wife could you, you must pick out 

a lady in good society and say something 

vile and low about her, havn't you any 

sense, 

Smopes— Why you said you wanted "snap 

to it," and 

Charley— What if I did ? I did not want 
yon to abuse that lady, sir. You ought not to 
have written it. Now get out of here and 
never let me see yon again. Git E 

Smopes— There's seven dollars coiling to 
me? 
Charley — There isn't a centcomingfeoyou. 
Smopes— You said you'd pay $20 a month. 
Zeehandelaar told me you'd give 550, and if 
I don't get that seven dollars Til expose the 
whole affair. I ain't going to be trod on no 
longer. I ain't afraid of you now— you, 

you 

Charley— (Kinging bell and calling* Jibbs ! 
Jibbs! [Enter Jibbs. J Put this fellow out 
[Jibbs forcibly ejects Smopes.] 
Jibbs— Anything else? 
Charley— Yes. Jibbs, go down to the 
Labor Exchange and tell Zeehandalaar to 
Bend me up another local reporter. If he'll 
send me a really high-toned, educated man, 
who understands Greek and Latin, and 
French and Commercial Reports, and min- 
ing and short-hand, and can criticise the 
opera and read proof, and in fact, just 
the kind of man for a live paper, I'll give 
him $50 a month. 

Tlie Howe Sewing; Machine 

And Bntteriek'B Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



A Mannal far the Suicide. 

"A Disappointed One" writes to the editor 
of the Golden City asking to be informed 
of the "easiest and least painful method of 
shuffling off this mortal ooil." The editor 
flippantly answers that "never having com- 
mitted suicide, he does not know," and re- 
fuses the desired information. This ia un- 
kind both to the "disappointed one" and to 
the public. Disappointed ones are nuisan- 
ces, and the'sooner they are out of the way, 
the better. How many people maybe saved 
from being bored to death or driven to des- 
perate crimes by the long, dreary stories of 
that disappointed one if he is only furnished 
with the information he requires. If he 
must commit suicide ; if he is quite certain 
that he has nothing left worth living for, 
and no prospects in the future, it is only a 
kindness to tell him how to do it 

First, how not to do it. Don't saw away 
at your throat with a knife ; it will only 
hurt you, and very likely not have the de- 
sired effect. Don't take strychnine ; it i 
about as easy as burning to death. Don't 
take bitters ; they are net speedy in their 
operation. Don't try to blow your brains 
out; you are very likely to make a bung- 
ling job of it. If you have disease of 
the heart a good dose of chloral hydrate 
will do the business.comforubly; it will just 
stop the action of the heart and all is over. 
Six or seven grains of morphine would in 
many cases put a stop to the nuisance of 
of living; don't take too much, or it will 
make you sick. Perhaps, however, the most 
pleasant way is the following: Buy a bit's 
worth of charcoal at the nearest wood yard, 
close the door of your room, nil up the 
keyhole with rags and similarly close all 
chinks by which air can find entrance, place 
your charcoal in a pan, light it, then throw 
yourself on the bed and enjoy the sensation. 
The smell of the charcoal will be a little un- 
pleasant at first, but you will get used to 
it and will soon drop off into a pleasant 
slumber. One great advantage of trying 
this plan is that you will have the satisfac- 
tion of knowing you have started the fashion 
of this neat, efficacious and pleasing meth- 
od of committing suicide in San Francisco 
where ideas on the sabject are crude. Some- 
thing should be done to bring about a re- 
form in this matter. There 1b no place where 
suicide is more frequent than here; no place 
where less is known about the art. If peo- 
ple must commit suicide, let them at least 
do it decently. 

"Emerson^ Singing School." 

This is the title of a new book to be pub- 
lished by Oliver Ditson <fc Co., Boston, in 
August. The advertisement says : 

Now prepare to revive the singing school. 
Musical Conventions for advanced singers 1 
The old-fashioned, genial singing school for 
beginners ! 

That's so ! The "old-fashioned" singing- 
school for beginners and everyone else is 
Emerson's. "Carry the News to Mary," 
that's the style of thing. On looking at the 
advertisement again, we don't think BiUy 
Emerson's singing-school is meant, because 
there are a number of church tunes and 
anthems. Don't know though— there's a re- 
ligious air about "Carry the News to Marry," 
and "Weep Little Children," sounds like a 
burnt-cork anthem. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Well Established. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, Is never allowed to fall into 
disuse; every year the Bale of Casein's XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters increases, and thousands 
can bear testimony to their merit. * 



If You. Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
dTy ' , • 

Car and Steamer News Agency, 

. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. • 



JKeatlliifi: Matter for All. 

Loomis, at his stationery store at the 8. R. 
comer of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office Itself. 
Ail the New York papers and English maga- 
zines are there. 

John G Haycleri 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacious store, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. » 



Important to Strnngere. 

Abraham's, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par aceUawe to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $25; beaver suits 
to order, J 10; pants to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
see that he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. Abraham*, S3 and 35 Second 



Tiie Place. 

The Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, i3 the place supplied with 
every luxury and cemfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oysters. 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Corville's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day— Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. • 



tVlia.t Cheer Laundry 
Is the best laundry in San Francisco 



Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage in tne saloons in the East 
at present. It is so funny to march a Mend up 
to them, and let him see how rediculous his 
reflection looks in them- There Is sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will mile. Buek- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the tranemogrifi cations tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque.* Ev- 
ery one should see them. • 



708, 



WHERE 

TO 

GET 

YOUR 

MONEY'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

nc 

EUROPE 
AND 
H. Y. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

DON'T 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOR 

THEM. 

ALE 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 

712, 7U and 716 

Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PERSONS AEE CAUTIONED FROM 
buying the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE from 
Peddler,, or any person exoepb O. O. KEENE, Mu- 
aio Store. 105 Montgomery itreet (Local Agent). 
DR. LEVI W TAT LOB 18 inlentor and eole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none is genuine without my signature. 

DR. LEVI W. TAYLOR. 
Office, 1Q& Montgomery at., Room 4. jyi tf 



For Strangers Only to Read. 

Thosa living in the city know it already. 

'T 1 nee heap e stpl ace 3 buy yours 
hlr tSan df arn Is hla ss oo 
dsl aatt he one rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. 8 Second street. 
uS 1m BENEDICT A OO. 



Carpets. Furniture! 




X 1 Xj 

ALL NATIONS 



-A. G- S. 

AND SIZES, HADE TO 
order at the Carpet and Furniture Emporium 
of JOHN O. BELL, nearly opposite the Grand 
Hotel, on Market street, between Montgomery and 
Sansome. je30 1 week 



Everbody Buys THem. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Steuart's refined sugar, by 
Oanty k Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candles have been famed for their deliciouB 
flavors for years, and the firm does an immense 
trade, both in the jobbing and retail line. • 



Washing, Beturned In. One X>a,y 

And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 

Laundry. * 

Oysters end Chowder, 

Try Joe Giusti's deliciouB chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street, LadieB' saloon at 
tached. Open day and night. • 



Wew Furnisun^ Goods, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



FOR SAN QUENTIN AND SAN RAFAEL 

ssl'lasiir r 



To San QueD.tIn.50e | San Rafael... .75e 

THE FAYORTTE STEAMER CONTRA COS- 
TA. Capt. J. McKeazie, leaves Ferrv Wnarf 
Diris street, near Yallejo. lor San Qoentin, con- 
nectiog by railroad with Sun Rafael and the stages 
from (here for Olima, Tomales and Nicasio, every 
week day as follows : 
Sao Francisco at 9 a.m., 1:45 P.M.. and 6:30 p m. 
SanQnentinatS and 11 :30 A.M., 2:i5 and 5:30 p.m. 

Sunday Excursion Time Table. 

Leave San Franoisco at 18 : JO a, m. and 5 -30 p m • 

San Rafael at 9 A.SL and 4 p.m. ' " 

jp8 tf OHAS. MINTURN. 



LOST! 

A LADIES' POCKET-BOOK, CONTAINING 
Receipt for a Piano and other papers valuable 
to owner; a $2 50 gold piece, some silrer. a ring, 
and other articles. The finder is welcome to keep 
the money on returning the other content" to ho 
3» MONTGOMttRY BLOOK. jj? « 



Flags taffs, Large and Small! 

A. R. NICHOLS, 

C CARPENTER AND BOIL-i 
J DER, 

CfDlK 8TKEET.1 
Between Front and Davis and 
Washington and Clay. San Francisco. 

Ladders. Steps, flagstaff s, Ornamental Tree and 
Garden Stakes made to order, on reasonable terms, 
N. B.— All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended 
tft jyl lw 



RHEUMATISM. 

"7VJRS. W. S. WRIGHT. SUCCESSOR TO J 

- L * x W. MAO, the only Conqueror on the Glebe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory ; Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lumbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc.. No. 161 Tehama 
street, fourth door from Tnird. ju28 lm 



1871-'7a. 
Personal Property Taxes 

TkJOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CER- 
11 tified copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for the Fiscal Year 1S71-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, City and 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining due and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tai Collector. 

San Francisco, July 3d, 167L jy4 lm 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CUBED BY 

The Arabian Treatment 

THE MOST SEVEKE OASES 

RELIEVED IN 3 DAYS 



ENTEKNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. 829 Pacific street, 

0J-Tbe Doctor's advertisements will apptu I 
FigaKO exclusively. j tt jj u 




CrLIFORNIAJESTAURMI 

N OS. BIO, filSAND *>14M0ITT 
gomery street, near MerchaaL- 
Ladies' Saloon connected with tna Rm 
taurant. 

BUI of fare. 

Ice Cream FKEB to nnv pens* 
Spending £5 Cents. 

Seup, with Fish or Rroasts l5o 

boup, with two Eggs i5o 

Two Eff«» I©* 

Two Parallone Fee*, iOc 

SmeH-s or Salmon, with Coffee l5o 

Mutton Ohops, Tea or Ooflee .150 

Beef:teak, do 

Sirloin Steak, do 

iiresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed. 15c 

Olain Fritters rsn 

Bottle of White Wine '1*0 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer 15c 

Pies, Pudding or Gate " *o 

Oat Meal. Mush or Cracked Wheat. So 
Ooffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

Whiteor Olaret Wine „ So 

del-tt JOHN BEGAN, ProprietoiT 



a. 



3,000 Men Wanted) 

—AT THE— 

CITY RESTAURANT, 

North side Olay street, below Montgomery, 

To Eat Ham and Eggs at the followis* 
LOW PRICES: 



Three E( .. 

Ham and 2 Eggs 15o 

Oysters— every style.. 15o 

Beefsteak lOo 

Mutton Chop lflc 

Pork Chop lfto 

Outlets Wo 

Pork and Beans 10c 

Smelts lOo 

Salmon ]0c 

Beef a la Mode IQo 



Roist Turkey a 

Obicken Pot-pie,.,,, ft 
Fricaseed Chicken... 2LV 

Breast of Lamb. 1ft 

Fried Liver lft 

Tripe— all styles. 1ft 

Soup— all kinds fc 

Tea or Coffee ft 

Milk or Beer., ft 

Claret Wine.. ft 

Pies, Puddings, st-e.. ft 



Try the City Restaurant, 

5S8 sad S40 Clay atreet, 

North Bide jaat below Uoat<*Mn 

jnU tf ». CAHFBELL, Pr.prl.tw. 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURS 

No. %7 Second street. 

THEY HAVE REDDCED THEIE 
prices, and you can live like a price 
there for a email ■am. Arnonj tb 
reductions are: 

Oupof Ooflee or Tea, with Oake or pie 10 cent. 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 cent. 

Oysterc. all styles 30 flesh 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 oanb 

Soup, all kinds 10 oanb 

Grand Family Kentnurnnt, 29 Seeont 
■treet. near Market. julCtl 



Change of Fvo^rajnjMie 

. . . .AT THE.... 

Esperance Restaurant, tek 

C47 Commercial atreet. n w 

Board ptr Week % 5 64 

Board per Month 900* 

Dinner with Wine St 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

GrSTATi: SCHNEXDBK, 
mr25 tf C47 Commercial at., below Kearny, 



RE-OPENING OF 

Delmonico Restaurant! 



qp 



ju9 In 



THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE- 
open the above Restaurant with al 
the delicacies of the season, on SAT- 
URDAY, June 10th. and respeetfuU] 
solicit the patronage of the public 
LANE BKOTH^RS. 



THEATUU ROTISSERIE, 
S45 Snpont at., one door aonth of Buah. 
MAROSAND LATE OF THJ 
Rotisserie Restaurant" of the UnJ« 
Club, Proprietor.— The Tablu provi- 
ded with all the DelicaoieB of the season. 
■W07STERS IN EVERY STSLB W" 



4?; 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreeta. 

19" Terrapin constantly on band. Oysters h) 
err style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOB 
4.RTIES. mhlll» 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA tiTT, NETAflA 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RL 
deeoreted. and is now open for tri^njaWJ* 
Season. STARS and TRAVELING OOMPANIB 
liDerally treated on applieation by letter tc- 

^joroir pipbb. 

Pronrieter and Manaitf. 
parson tc J. M. HcCAMi „ 

(38 Waahintrton street. San Fraodsoa 



Candy ! Candy ! 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
turer. No. 518 Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California; and 127 Second street, 
bet. Minna and Natoma. All orders premptly 1 ' 
tended to. Oartase five to all parta of the cli 
wharf a? eicep tod. 



^ 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBABfENTO . 

MR, JOSEPH PROOTOR WILL COMMEND! 
his second Dramatic Season early in Sepwni 
ber, until which time the Theatre can oe **»{* 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and forln« 
atrical Entertaiaments of a first-class or«J, D 
application to THOS. BAKER, Esq., at Hafton* 
& Co*b Banking House, corner of Second MO.. 
streets, Sacramento. jn lBti ; 

The Arlington House 

TOT KEARNY STREET, BETWEEN P0S' 
1.A 4 and Sutter, will be opened on the lst° 
July as a first-class LODGING HOUSE. Tb 
rooms are) large, handsomely furnished, and wu 
be rented low. Parties desiring to do so can to**' 
arrangements to have coffee with light breakfast 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single Roo» 
from $10 to $15 per month. Transient cusioto so I 
lieited. jttUlam ; , 



Fecomomt ifc fc 



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VU SWIICT • 




T.T.T- Xltt. 



■ AW nUNMOl stOSDAT. J I I T lo. IKII. 



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AMEKK'tN 
CLOTHING HALL 



t mi atai 
in iiwiiT 



rrsrv. 

* ■ uresis run 



MAGUVRE'S OPERA HOUSE NEW ALHAMBHA THEATRE. 



L 

Mi 



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French 



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Oper 



a 

Bouffe! 



-ma t»»- 



CRAND OPERA HOUSE, 

M1K 

nut — 

First Appearance 



THl KNIU, Mr MM.. Jl I , 1.1th, 
— m — 

Offenbach's Comic Opera 



Barbe Bleue! 



LB* SILLT 

Mil (Lin rn.il oiBEEBirK 

Jules Altils 

M. Adrt.n 

St. Bonnet 

M. lelleneourt 

KIK Httball* 

Mak r !>r> K.Xo. 

M. Vs»d.I.t 

Kill Merle 



VT.MMi Jl LI loth. 1871 

ITSIT ETU1I0 PVBI*w T»I Will AID tATCIDAY inillMI IT A 



o i» m yv T 



EMERSON MINSTRELS! 




rw>w>*« ruui rw«iu 

irrr 
■SAM* 

TM islsMslss.1.1 I* c-.el.4e I.I .rfe.l d«lr»l will 

C>ld Brown's Browm Hor»ot 

MMUUI rriPT. BRARiH. IIIIUOII. IOOTT AID TllirPX 



iirmox 

RMlKMMTI YOnAt. 

UOI IK 11*11*11 

• » II INI 

i»«i>s otMTATI mimi-i 

II1AY UIIBIOI 



PAKT MECOND. 



Illr'flnf 
*.l Dlrr— e»r . 



Join Aliili 
.6«o. T. Eraiu 



■ATTJRDAY AFTKiaOOIf— 

ONLY BARBE BLEUE MATINEE. 

A.-I«l>> M ><ll.». H.lf Prlre 



Ten Minutes with the Comical Vivian ! 
NATIVE ITALIAN AIRS. 

Utilir SugeDe, Hilly Emerson end II AlnBley Scott. 

TERPSICHOREAN EVOLUTIONS FOSTELLE 

BALLAD-ww MR. LOUIS BRAHAM 

BILLY EMERSON IN HIS ORIGLNAL SONGS AND DANCES! 

«T A. 

Proprietor of HoUl 0. H. Foster | L»sj J.ke 8. 8. Pardr 

OTERTURE-Selections EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

The evening's entertainment to conclude (by Tery particular desire) with 

ONE NIGHT IN A BARROOM 

SXOOZER (his (jreel cherscter) BILLY F.MKU30N 

BobMAfoon (s bluer) 8. B. Pardy I Mr. Willlsms Lnuli Dniim 

E. Bsdmen |e q.eer eclor) 0. H. Foster Qsmekeeper R. Robinson 

Berkeeper M. AinBley Scott | Other cherecters by the entire troupe. 

*r ir *r XjooIs. Out for tlio Grand TJuoness. "Y* ■« "W 

The PIado used ll from the hoaie of Eohler. Obese b. Co., «33 OUy street, agents for the celebreted Ohiokerlng Piano. 



The White House 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 

IH 0RI1KR TO H AKE ROOM FOR OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WE WILL OOMMINOI OH 

lHoiiclny Juno BCtli 

TO 0L08E OUT OUR IMMENSE STOOK OF 

Summer Dry Goods. 

AT PRIOKB 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

OF IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue 30 Days. 



J. W. Davidson *£ Co. 



752,5 

--LV 



!_■ Doxtor Liyforci, 
r. u n a i. m r. k. 

7 K.*>nmr •C»-»#H, Knnmi 8 »nd 4. 

i eaabsJssed sod prepared for shipsnent to 
i «f the world. Order* from the interior 
astswdsd to in person. fe*-lm 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PINE STRET 

FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

TUB I.AJSOKMT AMD BIST STOCK. OF OOOI1H IN THE STATU AT I'KK'Wi lltKITVU UtUl'ETITIIUf 
STOAJLL A.2VIJ SEE FOR YOURSELVEH.* 



GO TO BAILEY 4 WINTERS, 
618 W aanington St. 

If yon went th. 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Ca*-de, W1 per lionet.. 



'!_. SU O JPA.T, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

G27 Comniorcinl .street, 



R 



B8PE0TFCLLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND ALL 

lo Vint of bcslrsble Clothing for Ibe spproschlng 

months tb»t thst he he. now In bis Store sll the 



NEW STTLES OF 

Coatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

THE BEST AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

We work CHEAP FOR CASH, end those who boy on this 
principle csn SAVE MONEY. 

MX SHORT Assures sll who msy fsvor him with their 
orders thst he will givo them entire sstlsfectlon, snd 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

Hebssnow REDUCED HIS PRICES lo salt the tunes. 

BUSINESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, $25 00 

FINE BEAVER SUITS ■ - - FROM $40100 UP 

PANTS TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE $6 00 



Give um ss Call and look at our Goods. 
Our numtior lsj 

CliB7 Oommerolal Street. 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OK THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF IACRAHENTO, 

Will take place at the 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 

OUT WFDMNDAY JULY 18th 

Fori 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
tor tho da/ of the Concert by tbe various 
routes will be issued to those holding tiokotj. 

Bxcnrsion Tickets may be obtained at all tbe 
prominent. Rook ttod Music stores in this city, or at 
GADWALLADKR, DAVIS A GO'S, 

It Fourth street, Sacramento. 
•9" Excursion Tickets only good for tbe I.81I1 
to SOIli of J uly. Inclusive. ju28 td 

SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Congress Hull, 880 Bu»h street. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny street*. 

SEDUCTION OF PRICE! 

Assemblies- 10 to 13 a. U., 2 to '- r. v., 1'i to 10 P. m 

AtlmiMlon- Day and Evening '■£ » Cent. 

Use of Skates 25 cents 

j>*tf CUAS. M. VALLEK, Proprietor. 



PIONBES SHOE HlNVf ACTOBT. 



BLTOANT CUSTOM WORK IN TUB OITY. I 
• goodi and erioea. BEgRS, BLAIR A M ATN ARD 
e*rojr liiMt, obi deo* niti of Bash. 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

MADAME BLANOE, THE GREATEST »•. 
(Jlaitvoyant of ihesKe, can be seen fit-'l^. 
hsr residence. No. f»00 FOLROM STRKEr.Vi 
between Fifth and Sixth, where she can be oun- 
mi! ted on all bu iness affairs, love and marriage; 
also, ban charms for love, look, unbapptness is 
faiDiliei, and tilings together tbo separated. Fee, 
81 and upward. jjk 1m 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. SOHWORRER, PRO' 
fussor of Great Mysteries, corner, 
of Washington and Stockton, ovr,r 
tbe fruit etoro. Diagnosis und ourea 
sickness after recovery is impossible.! 
Prof. S. baa valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for love, good luck. .Also, see ( 
Jour intended. Fes. Fifty Cents and np, 
rem 11 a. m. to 4 p. m , and 7 to 9 p. m. j 




I GOLDSTEIN A SON. — THE ABOVE OO- 
• partnership is this day dissolved, NOT by 
mutual consent, as no consultation was bold, and 
in proof of which my name is not affixed to the 
published notice «f dissolution. Tbe business 
will be continued by tbe undersigned, at tb • same 
■Und, where be hopis for a continuation of favors, 
etc. All parties imlobtsd to the said firm are no- 
tified to pay none but tbe undersigned, snd no 
Agent representing said firm, ss they will be re- 
sponsible for tbe same. 

_ 8 A. GOLDSTEIN. SIS Sansome street. 

July 5tb, 1571. jjglw 



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TRYSQUARZA'S PUNCHES A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 




SQUARZ A'S P UNCHES. 

PUWOIIES, for «r>ntlenif>n.— Kgg Nogg (a new f nnob) 
Morning Comfort, Lsdies' Pleasure, Anti-Dyspeptic, Ladler 
Tears, Anti Divorce, Welcome, Oognao, Arrack, Gtn, Whiskey 
Oooos, Coffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Pisco, Appetiser 
Roman Neotar , Aurora, Farewell, Jamaica Rum, Kirsob wssser 
~ COBDIALS, for Ladlei. — uad.es' Favorite, Ladies 
Pleasure, Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Blackberry, Mini, Aniet 
Rosft. KJrnmsl. Cocoa. Pousse Oafs, Pin* Apple, Kirsob 



rjlHE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VISITOBS 
■*- to San Francisco is that there is no "comfort." Food 
is cheap enough ; Clothing has come down in price ; but 
Lodgings— that is, comfortable Lodgings— are scarce and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a desideratum In San Francisco, 
but a man is now in the field who supplies this want and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Eweix has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Sansome streets, and he has now 
made the Branoh House, i2i Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of Its accommodations. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There is a Reading room with files of city and State papers, 
and chess and checkerboards for the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House Is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two houses, 

The Coso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of ohoos- 
ing by cbauce one of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other Induce- 
ments offered, causad theBe houses to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell finds is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by chance, and 
being a law-abiding man he has determined to discontinue 
II. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reclaim It, but will give that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt for 
the same duly pubUshed. The $100 for this month (the 
roclplent of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been ohosen by the blind goddess For(une) will be 
given to the Ladies' Protection and Relief Society of Ban 
Francisco— a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Ooso 
House can, while he Is resting snugly tucked up in his com- 
iortablo bed, enjoy the pleading refiectlotivthat while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also In some measure 
assisted In providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

BRANCH~HOUSE 

424 Sansome street, 

BETWEEN OOUMEBOIAL AND CLAY. 

OOSO HOUSE, 

411 aansoniD .street, 

800TBWE3T 0OBNEB 07 OOAIMEHOIAL; STEEIT. 



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£>*&.«% 31 O* 



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-nnuaceu »*ers uay. exoep* a*n*ia/, >*r 
jr S>. BOOABDne 

— AT— 

(32 Mtrclunt rt. aad 535 WuilapM ■*• 

Balow MocWom.ry Block. 



MONDAY JCLY 10, 



1S71 



JI«aao will b. much obliged If theatrical 
manager. In »U parte of tbe United Btatef, par- 
llcolerlj In California, will send to thle omce 
programme, of their performances. Brief let- 
ten from members of the theatrical profeasion 
will eleo be acceptable. FiaiBo will be mailed 
free of charge to all desiring it. 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc. 

Alhambrt Theatre. 

Tha pobllc oinr tire •! the but original acta 

presented by EmanoD'. Minstrela and when they 
an withdrawn to make way for novelties rtquire 
the old favorites once nor*. By very general r»- 
q tMt tha fanny 6naU of "Old Brown's Brown 
Horne." and tha icrMmio( Ethiopian farce of 
"One Night is a B*r Room." will be revived. Bil- 
ly Emsraon artll presant soma of bis best special- 
!)«#, and Vivian will aing saw songs. 

MetropoUt*n Tiieairt-. 

Tc-nigbt this theatre, after having been tfaor- 
ongoly rtpaired and redecorated will be opened for 
• abort aaaaon witb tbe popnlar comedian Joe 
Murphy In the drama of "Help." in which be intro- 
dioee bia beat specialties , in Irish. Dutch and Ethio- 
pian comedy, comprising now aonga, dances, 
and akatcfaee. Mr. Mnrphy will be sup- 
ported by Mrr F. M. Bates, alias SalUe Hinckly. 
J. H. Hardie. and otbera. The play is In three 
acta, and in the last an explosion in tbe shape ef 
a keroeeae lamp and rescne of tbe heroic* from 
the ilama a ii present**. New scenery baa been 
pin ted, tho play baa been thorongbly rabearaed, 
and will be played until farther no tie*. 

California Theatre. 

To-night th* great operatic txtravaganra of 
"Plato" will be presented and William Horace 
Liagerd will appear for the S15tb time in the char- 
atter of Plato. Miss Alice Danniog will play Or- 
pbeaa. Hi aa Dicky Ungard, Ariitfoa; Miaa Fan- 
ay Yonng. Queen Proaarpine; Mias Minnie Wal- 
ton, Bnrydice, and Miaa Pbenie Stanley. Apollo. 
B. W. Dunning will make bis first appearance on 
this occasion and play Clotilda. The piece 
abounds in solea, trios, quartettes and cholines, 
and baa been localized for the occasion. In addi- 
tion to this attraction, a comedietta and Liogerd's 
skeletal will be presented. 

■affaire'* Opera. House. 

Fiak'e French Opera Bonffe at tbe Grand Opera 
House, was long the sensation of New York, and 
gs since the establish merit of railroad connection 
with New New York. San Francisco has all the 
good things. On Thursday n§ ar* promised to 
have French Opera Boon's by tbe great Lea Sill y^ 
Felix Girrebeuk, tbe ever popular Jules AltxLa 
and a .nil company at Nagaire's Opera House. 
The season will open witb Offenbaeh'i opera of 
"Barb* Blsne, wbicb will be produced infinestyl* 
Lea Silly was tbe original Bonlotte on the prod ac-, 
tion of "Barbe Bleue" in Paris and sang the part 
during a ran of twenty-eight weeks last season at 
Fisk's Grand Opera Hoase. New York. If Silly 
doesn't make a sensation in the part here, it will 
be the first time she baa not done it. Though 
doable rehearsals are boirg held, the production 
of the "Barb* Bleat" has bean postponed until 
Thursday, so a* to render it aa near perfect a* 
possible. 

Bella Union Theatre. 

To-nJgbl Ella Wesner will appear in an entirely 
new programme of character songs, including Ma- 
jor DeBoota," "Good as Gold," and "Give a Man 
a Chance." George and Charles Reynolds will ap- 
pear in the doable song and dance '"She Lotos as 
both to Well ;" a variety of negro acta, including 
"TbeOloeet Scene fr*m Hamlet," will be played 
by Hat Kelly, Harry Thompson and B.H. Taylor. 
Frank Jones will do his "Lively Hoke." and play 
on even more instruments than the "Lively Fraud" 
can, and a capital bill will be played. 



Academy of Sciences. 

Tbt Ciiiforni* Academy of Science* held 
a meeting Lut week. Dr. Blinker in the 
chair. Profeaeor Honks presented a bottle 
of sulphur water dipped from a spring at 
Caliatoga by hi* youngest daughter, Anna 
Maria Eugenia, aged 9 years and 7 months. 
He reported that his child, who was unn- 
snally intelligent for her age, said there 
was plenty more where that came from. 

Dr. Blnker presented what he claimed to 
be sd iethiodornlite, but was really the baok 
bone of a cuttle-flab. 

An Indian relic, a stone mortar and pes- 
tle, sent by Dr. Burnett, without comments, 
was received. Professor Davidson eaid the 
pestle was tbe largest be had ever seen, bat 
he bad seen larger Indian mortars. 

Professor Slimpkine moved that the 
fact that Professor Davidson had seen 
larger Indian mortars be telegraphed to the 
Academy of Sciences in London, if they 
had such an institution there. 

Dr. Comtox said be didn't believe Prof. 
Davidson bad ever Been larger Indian mor- 
tars, and moved that tbe fact be fully ascer- 
tained before setting the scientific world in 
commotion by such a telegram as that pro- 
posed by Professor Slimpkios. Professor 
Hunks said that the mystery of the desert 
ship reported to have been seen by Professor 
Leonidas Filz Smytbe, well-known to the 
scientific world sb the author of "Waif of 
thePogonip,' was at lenght explained. At 
a former meeting of the association, there 
was much discussion — a discussion of many 
hours in fact — as to the possibility of a ehip 
being stranded <<n a desert, twenty miles 
from the ocean, and there seemed to be a 
mystery about it. He.was happy to state 
that the mystery was now explaioed. Leon- 
idas Fitz Smythe had an idiosyncrasy, and 
an idioeyncracy which he had gratified to the 
greatest extent when be was reporting for a 
daily paper; an idiosyncracy which was 
identical with that of Tom Pepper and that 
of Annaniaa mentioned in holy writ 

Prof. Davigg interrupted, "did the learned 
Professor intend to state that there was n*> 
ship and that Professor LeonidaB Fitz Smythe 
had lied ?" 

ProfeBBor Hunks said that bis words were 
capable of that construction, and that he de- 
sired that they should be thus construed. 

Tbe usual discussion about levying an as- 
sessment of fifteen cents on each member 
for providing gas, candles, or some other 
illuminating medium for tbe room, arose 
and tbe meeting broke up in disorder. 



Theatre Comlqac. 

To-night E. M. Hall, the great banjo player. 
late of Emerson s Minstrels, will nuke bis first 
appearance at the Theatre Comiqae. sing some of 
hie beat songs and te-1 bis funniest stories. In ad- 
dition to this there are numberless other attrac- 
tions, a large corps of pretty girls in the ballot, 
sweet vecaliata, talented dancers and those chiefs 
of burnt cork opera, Johnny De Angelis and John- 
ny Tuere. 

Howard Street Skating Rink. 

This rink will be open on Sundays hereafter. 
Afternoon and morning levees every day. The 
new floor is perfection itself in its way. New 
beginners will receive particular attention. How- 
ard street, op osite New Montgomery, between 
Second and Third streets. 

Anatomical Museum. 

The Florentine Venus is the admiration of all 
visitors, and is one of the fiasst works of art in 
San Francisco. Ifie Dying Z inave is an exquisite 
piece of mecbaniam; the De Ooeibiu Gorilla ao- 

onishes tbe beholder, and thoaaands of curiosities 
too numerous to meation, are on exhibition day 
and evening. 

Operatic Talent En Rente. 

Madam* Agatba Suit*' Italian Opera Troop* 
l»it New Yoik this morning for San Francisco. 
The company coasiaUof AgJtba States and Miaa 
Graxiella Ridgway, prima dennas; Signor Cicchi, 
tenor; Signor Orlandim, baritone; Signor Sosioi, 
basso: and Signor Giorga, tnnsical director. The 
troape will open in "fimani." on lb* 24th tnst. at 
the Metropolitan Theatre. Miss Ridgway is i young 
and dashing prima donna, who created quit- a sen- 
sation at th* Academy of Music. New York, last 
spring. Hiss Agatha State* has earned an enviable 
musical reputation since sbs left ns. Th* tenor 
is rated good by musical critics, and Orlaadioi and 
Susini will be remembered as members of the 
Academy of Music troupe here some throe years 
ago. | 

Hayes Park. 

The attendance at the Pavilion yesterday was 
good. Th* entertainment given by Manager* 
Brooks and Tsers pleased all present, and doubt- 
1 ess will grow in popularity each Sunday. 

Rehearsal*. 

There were tws gaslight rehearsals last evening 
—"Help" at tbe Metropolitan Theatre, and "Barbe 
bleue" at Maguirt's Opera House. Members o 
tbe theatrical profession in San Francisco never 
get dys:--'>uc from lack of exercise. 



It Won't do. Doctor 1 

Dr. Z. Bodgers announced a lecture on 
Saturday evening at Pacific Hall, to 
make converts to his dogma ' 'From 
Light and Air all things exist,' ' but 
as there were but a dozen or so present, the 
lecture did not come off. Now this doc- 
trine will never do here, Doctor. Too many 
of our people in the vieiseitndeB of their 
California life have been forced to exist, 
temporarily at least, on tbe light and air 
principle, and none have ever got fat on it. 
Californians have a decided preference, b°" 
lieve us, Doctor, for the old-fashion? 
method of existing on three square hnea. g 
a day, and will never be persuaded, except 
by force of circumstances beyond their con- 
trol to accept the "light and air" diet in 
place of th em. 

William Horace Lingarrt. 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste impersonates is wonderful. The Cali- 
fornia Theatre is crowded, and between the 
plaje a great man; people go across tbe street 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon, 
where they find whisky good enough for "a 
Major in the Ninth"'— a good thing to take be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff House," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," "par exceUence," the 
beat to be obtained anywhere. Hermann is also 
also famed for his 
the thing for 



bitter beer," which is just 
tbe upper ten thousand" who 
patrocize tbe snug little Figaro Saloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the California Theatre. * 



BEWARE. 

Why a flirt Is always pretty, 
Ii more than I can tell ; 

Why she's also bright and witty, 
I know just aa well. 

She will languish and attract yon, 
With her eyei so brown ; 

8h* will certainly distract you— 
Likewise naif the town. 

Tea will think her most devote d, 

Loving only you ; 
When at last you are promoted. 

Hind I told you '.rue. 

Gire advice to your successor. 

With tbe earns design, 
And he'll pay the same attention 

Ton nay now to mine. 



The Wonders cf California. 

Visitors from the East Bee the wanders of 
California which the residents have never 
visited. There is no excuse now for not 
seeing the Big Trees, which are the wonder 
of the world. By Peek & Co's new ronte, 
you can start to-day at 8 a. m., arrive at M.O- 
kelumne at 7 p. m., where yon" rest for the 
night in a comfortable hotel. Up in the 
morning early and drive through some of 
the prettiest Bcenery in the world and arrive 
at Calaveras Grove at 12 m. The expense 
of the round trip from Mokelnmnt Station 
is $16. With the month of July warm 
weather has set in, and numbers will visit 
tbe Calaveras Grove of giant Trees by this 
new, speedy and economical ronte. P. H. 
Kean, 622 Clay street, is the agent. 

Ob Tea 1 

Dr. Li Po Tai announces that he is now 
Assisted by Dr. Le Ching. Bather a good 
name. Le Ching bleeds the patients well, 
we expect. 



Save Your Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is tbe best place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ors can -ritbdraw t h eir funds after twelve 
month? ~ th withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at the onioe. 123 Post street, for information. * 



Wtiavt Ottoer. Laundry, 

321 Leldeedorff street, near Sacramento i 



A. Popular Desideratum. 

Sin Francisco as its population increases is 
being amply supplied with all the 1 usuries and 
elegancies of older cities. Mew eBtabhsthments 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to tbe city. Winakt & Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush s'reet, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Otsteb Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle supper* are there provided after the thea- 
tres, is beautifully furcUhed rooms for ladies 
and families, and altogether It bids fair to be 
the most popular institution in the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Wdjaxt, who has 
been a wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of his partner, Charley Haaee, 
formerly of tho "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cxfto Ore-rim Saloon will be conducted In every 
respect in a most unexcep ionable manner. • 

-• 

Plcnlcs-CallstoBra-Seaaide. 

The new feumn.er styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "Thx" Hat Store, Oil Washington 
Btrest, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It is onlv at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone snows that 
"The" Hat Store Is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. • 

J nllen Perrault, M.. I>.» 

Physician and Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Parrault's stud- 
ies and practice hare, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientific meth. 
ods. Office 602 Montgomery street, northea. t 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Boon. 8 
9, 10 and 11. Consultations in English, Franch, 
German and Spanish. • 



Go to F. 3C. Kast's 

Fashionable Shoe Store, Kos. 322 and 324 
Bush street, opposite the Alhambra Theatxe. . 



Hijrri Tjlvlng: ac !L*ow Cost, 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare Berved at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, BoBton, where working 
men are supplied with dinners at a low cost 
per plate, but it neglects to add that John Ee- 
gan'B California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
street, Ban Francisco, within twenty paces of 
the Bulletin office, terves better fare at lower 
cost every day in the year. What would the 
BoBtonlane think of a dinner composed of the' 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of ice cream, all for 25 cents ? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will cost 
ten cents more. These are the regular bill of 
fare charges at the California nettaurant. In 
fare how is that for high ? In price, hew is that 
for low • 

* 

What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



The Elliclr of "South, 

For which the sages and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it In one of tbe choicest InxnrleB, and 
Emerson Corvllle & Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Rock. 110 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too late, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain glorious forever. * 



I>o You Know 

That with Buttebick"b Pattbesb you can cut 
and 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 Sutter 
and Post, San Franciaoo. • 



Sliver Plating:. 

Articlea from which the Bilver haB been worn 
ore received for re plating by HayneB & Lawton, 
Market sheet, under the Orand Hotel. * 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
ancer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
dro, directly opposite tbe Court House. 

FARMS and HOMESTEADS for sale and to let 
in various parts of Alameda count;- ap29 lm 



Squaria's. 

Frequent attempts have been made to Imitate 
Squarza's famous hqueurt, but the secret of his 
Ingredients and method of mixture has never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar- 
ta'a Punches and the Imitations is, that th 
former retain their emoothnese and flavor for 
years, white the latter spoil If not immediately 
used. The Egg-nog Punch, if kept from one 
Christmas to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as if freshly made. It is an arti- 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. The 
Morning comfort. Appetizer and Anti-Dyspeptle 
Punches are excellent at all seasons, 

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. 
The building is a very fine one and Is wel 
lighted and ventilated. 



TO LET. 
NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addiess PHILLIP COWEX. 

Petalom , 
Orapplvto J. Ii- ICcCaBB, 

oc25 6m Theatrical Agent. San Francieco. 



PIANOS 

For Sale ox* Rent. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 

ment of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from the best 
American :nd European 
manufactories, for sale or to 
rent on tbe most favorable 
terms. 

II- UKTAZ, 
O'Farrell street, near Market. 




liAT>rE.S! 

FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION. CA1 L ON 
or address Mrs. A. B C. No. 11 Harrison 
street, San Francisco. juBlm 



CALANTHINE1 



■WANTED. 

A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE Busi- 
ness by a irentleman speaJcing English, French, 
Spanish and Italian fluently. Is conversant with 
commercial operations, and can give tbe best of 
ref-reocea. Woold accept a commisaion or travel- 
ing agencr. Has been three years in one hoase. 
Address G. A., FlGABO Office. jo8 tf 



D 



M . KANE, 

BALER CI WINES. LIQUORS AND OI- 

gsxs, cor. Jessie and Pint street*. ,ju2* In. 



NO BORE ROUND-SHOULDERED MEN 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. UC7 K FAR XX STBEET, 
ADJOISTX'"* TBE YVF-EP SEWINJ MACHINE STOKE 



GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MAT»E TO ORDER 
and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
wellnithsn ill-fitting shirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
tbe back and avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation tor making 

PEBFECT-F1TTIXG SHIRTS 

Genta* Furnishine Goods 



All our Sbirte bear this Trade Mark, and none 
are genuine without it. We import our own goods, 
manufacture our own goods, and sell none but our 
own goods. 

The low rates at which we execute orders have 
secured tbe pMronage of all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Cuffs. 



J5. POPPER, 

327 KEABNT STBEET, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sewing Machine Agency. 
ju23tf 




OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-OPENING OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROUTE. 



ing elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manently on the Greek Route between Sao Fran- 
cisco. Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing ou Sat- 
urday. Jane 21th, leaving Broadway Wharf, Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 
San Fr&ncisce. Oakland. Brooklyn. 

9 00 a.m. 700a.m. 6a.m. 

11 00 A. M. 10 «0 A. M. 

1 HO P. M. It 00 M. 

4 SO P. M. 2 00 P. M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, which 
convey passengers to the University (grounds. 

The 'raveling public can rely on the OH1N DU 

WAN crossing witbont interruption at tbe lowest 

stages of tide. Faie Ten Cents. Freight at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations for teams. 

Iu23lm J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 



OGEAXtf HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED 
the Ocean House and Track for a term of 
I ears, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS COOKS, STEWARDS AND 

BARKEEPERS, 

la now readv to attend to the wants of all hia old 
friends who may favor him with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to mate bis guests comfort- 
able and happy. 

•V Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

6EO. W. BICKEY, 

ap29 tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IB LOCATED AT.... 

0ft7 Waahlnajtoa street* next Door to 

the IE .ill of Kecortfe- 

a--w MR, ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

05t the last Mechanic's Fair, for tbe best dis- 

•59T P*ay of Hats, both in etyle and quality. Cns- 

^* tomers will please remember tnat the di- 

Sloma is placed in the window so they cannot be 
eceived as to the place where to ourchase the 
BEST HATS at the CHEAPEST RATES. It 
the first Hat Store helow Kearny street. fel6-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



WHOLESALE AS1) BtTAIL. 

SO Years' Experience 

O. MUIjLER, 

OPTICI4S, 

SOS MontEomery Street, Bau Bluck, 

JD23 tf S&n Francieco. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

1IEDICAL r.LECTRUI-LN", 

Proprietor of DR. BOURNE'S well-known 

BATHS AN0 M^Gf ETIC BATTERY. 

Ifk MASONIC TEMPLB, POST STREET. 
1" near Montgomery and Market, Son Francisco, 
for tbe oare of COLDS, RHKUMATlbM, OAK 
POISON. NEURALGIA, and other Nervoos Com- 

filaints. etc. Aeahatb for the h- alt by. perfectly 
uxu.iant, and. to purify the blood, unequalled. 
•»- Tbe LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under th* 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. jullm 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 

It is not in the least acted apon br steel pens. 



HE MOVAIi. 

J.F. &H.H.SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sansome streets to their new 
fonr-story warerooma 

K. B — We wish to impress apon the pablic that 
we can make it to their advantage to call andtin- 
spect ourstockand prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

No. 318 PINE STBEET, 

Between MoDttromery and Saiiome ata. 
jn9tf 



MITCHELL A CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court JExcbong*, Bear City Mall. 

99- Hot Lunch daily from U to 2 p.m. Passen- 
gers' Store* put up at the an or test notice MniTlil 



The Champion and Pivot-action 

Braces. 

THESE BRAOES, IN THEIR PFCULIAB 
construction. ta»Tp all tbe advantages of Sus- 
penders and Shoul i» r-Braces combined. 

let.— They do not d isarrange t he sbirt-uoeom. 

2d.— They cannot slip eff tbe shoulders. 

3d — They give no strain on tbe breaBt. 

4th.— Face section cf the pints can be adjusted 
independently. 

5th. — By means of tho ndjustiible back-strap, a 
gentle and power. ol brace can be obtained. 

6th.— Their eaEC and convenience commend then. 
to everyone, and no person after using them will 
ever a-e tbe old- fusbioufd snependers at sin. 

0&-Patented October 10. lStf. Beware of infring- 
ing on these patents, t or sale by 

C. II. Ill KK, 
Sole Agent for tbe Pacific Coast, Sis Market 

street, below Stockton, ban Franoisoe. 

■9-Trade supplied at liberal discount. jo231m 



Phvsicians l:tc .m r :.eiri 
Ana iver &OO-OO0 P.-0 3ie ii*ora 

OR, HENLEY 

CE1.EBKATED 



8 




IXL. BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY WOH- 
derful TONIC, after a series o' years and ex- 
periments, has succeeded in bringing before th* 
public all that can be desired el a pure Tonic and 
Recuperator. 

Headache, Biliouenebs and Constipation, general 
Debility and Lose of Appetite all are caused by 
the derangement of the Stomach, Liver and othtf 
functionaries of the system. The IXL Bitten 
have been successfully used and are warranted to 
alleviate the sufferer in all the above cases. 

H. EPSTEIN &CC, 

Successors to L. GROSS A CO Bole Proprieto 
of Dr. Henley's! X L Bitten. 

518 Front street. San Prnnelae*. 
7 r.a Salle street, Chicago, 111. del 



FAYORITE YA1LEJ0 ROUTE I 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD I 



AND STEAMER CAPITAL. 

Summer Arrangement 
SHORTEST AND M0STJJQM FORT ABLE URL 

Saving; 80 Mile* la Dlitunte. und 3 hosra < 

la time to Muryavllle and 6» 

Miles to Sacramento. 

Running; Palace Cars, equipped with Mil* ' 
ler*» Safety Platform mid Coupler*. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) sack 
way, carrying United States Mai! and all Fast 
preBS. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
LoaveBFront street Wharf, San Francisco, at 8A.«. 
connect ing at Valle jo witb ca*sof California Pacin* 
Railroad, by which pasaengers arrive at Sacramento 
at 12:15 P. M., Marysvilleat 2:15 P. m.. sod Caliatoga 
at 12:45 P. M. ; also leaveB San rraocisco at 4 P.: aL, 
by which passengers reach Sacramento at 8:15 P. 
M„ MaryBvilie at l J:30 p. si., and Culistoga at 7:iS 

GOING SOTTHi 

Morning Express Trains leaves Maryaville at BM 
a. m., Sacramento at 7:3 'a. m.. and Calintogntt 
7:30 a.m., arriving at San Francisco at 11:30 A.M. 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Maryavills al If. 
M.. Sacramento at 3:30 P. M., and CollstoRaat2:*5 
P. M.. arriving at San brancitco nt7:30 P. H. 
Sl.MIAl TRAINS AMI BOAT. 

Sunday ExpreBS Train leaves Marysville at l ft :U 
A, M„ Sacramento 2:30 P. M., and Calistoga at Jr. 
si., arriving at Sun Fracciaco at 6:45 r. m. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sundays learas I 
San Francisco at 8:30 a. m. ; passengers arriving at ! 
Yallejoat 10:15 a. m.. Sucrnmento at 1:45 P. *■ ' 
Marysvilleat 5 p.m., and Calistoga at 12:40 P.l>- 
Returmng. leaves VaMejo" on arrival of traine from 
Calistoga and Mary&viile at 5 p. ai.. arriving at Bab 
Francidco at 6:45 P. M. 

Procure tickets at 'JM Montgomery street or fl* 
board the Steamer CAPITAL. Baccage called M 
aud checked from reuideDccs, hotels, etc., byuw 
S. F. Baegaee Express Company. 

L. O. FOWLER, R S. MATTISOfT, 

Gen'l Freigbtand Pc c s. Ag't. Snperintendaflt. 

Vallejo. MavStb, 1871. 



Use FauJkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THE WORLD-KENOWNED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PAOIFIO RAILROADTO 
Mokelumne Station, Peek A Co's Stag* Line 
Concoid Coaches from Mokelumne Station to Big 
Trees, leaving San Francisco at 8 a. si. everyday, 
stopping over night at Mol;- lumn t? Hill, and arriv- 
ing at Big Trees at 12 M. next day. BetnmiDf. 
leave B'g Trees at 2 P.M., Btopping over night at 



Mokelumne Hill, leaving next moiniop at 6Jt, and 
arriving at Mokelumne Station next day in tinta M 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains Eaataao 



West, arriving at San Francisco at £ P.M. 
the round trip in 2 days and 10 hoars. 

VAREi 
Mokelumne Station to Big; Trees...* * 

Bound Trip »• 

aaV-For farther particulars, apply to 

P. H. HUE AN, Aient, 
io271m No. C»B Clay ■treat, San FranCiM*. 



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'tili;^«ni ■ F Paooici 

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%m t«s Immi Stanley 

■■»• ■ if. Stewart 

■ Chs*. Reed 

i. P. Torrent:* 

A. N. Brown 

"»•* T.H. Sinclair 

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TMMWKJtaMMi vltA Us MT.imln lira entitled 

ARRIACE AT ANY PRICE 

>P»ifinm. i. 3 bB T. Raymond 

"** A. Mestaj* 



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P*lr. * r— tow i i**o .... 

MOliiirttn . 

Ml hsaf VW «>• Fiddler, 

I •beast* ll 

• • iltM(«] in' man ... 
T>» tiftVi Sane »f "T&wi Or**— of niarwry," a»d • 

Dvahl* In.*. .|| S . by Mr. ana Hr>. Joe. MarpM. 
AIM M a r»t .'» ftaeej 

i'*i< u. mwLWrcmam or m i t« iu:ri,axd 

1. I aeW III* iMbrrlle. *. A Aeaelrk Orriami 
l«nk«ui («ttb Sen*;-"Pat me in mr Little Sank.") 
3. %1» W i i mii LaaHIa *.harlc>. (T* which he will read 
■ r<MBi« Ut*»rend*m<N«d by ill flvnMM) AWo. ibt old Ti- 
TsrtlM. I.orr l*«ni Ihr Rotri, aad On the teVarh 
*•*» '*••« Braaea oa» eoair llwr. l-ay. After which 
be aill ashes ressplete ebtart from White to Black in .10 
•w-ronda. and introduce hi* 

Ethiopia ti Hpocinltlcs. 

The Iloree .loekey (with iimtetian* of a horseraos), 
*oii his celebrated Bone Solo. 

TRACT RANDALL, a wolf In t ho fold ,.J. H HARDIE 

Captain W«Hro. V. 8. N J. H. Vinson 

Aran* Wlreback, "in bonlnrsa for hlmwlf" Ed, Torcy 

Shirer*, » OOBtr«b»nd dealer Frank Rea 

Nabbl"». the Bally John Woodard 

Cha*. Weldro. » yciingm»n in Iotb Geo. Bincklfy 

Mr. Hop J. C. Mngnire 



IT II. 



OwtOrewe< ta w 

CJamtw ■l,.n M oti 

THE OOAT ISLAND GHOST! 

P-(*. a Clf rk J*h-iBT Twer. 



Cwawlr «nnc 



Fanny Wrhetrr 



9onc and Duos, 

Where the Flowers Blush ami Bloom 

JIMMY MURPHY. 



Rlmon R. A. Wilson 

Hr. Skip BLColton Mr. Jump W. 0. Dndley 

R«t. Dr. UoTlitJcC. Ankner Tom Ricket B. Swift 

Hu«t r Bob W. Richards Starr.... A. Graham 

RLE NOR, fbocllscarded one MRS. F. it. B i.TES 

Lillle Waldro. hf r sister Mlsa Sallio Hinckley 

FaDny t-mart (with Song) Miss Jennie Mandevira 

Mtd 8P MissSomers 

Lanra Freeman. t.,e Doctor's daughter Miss Susk- Sonle 

> i ™ 0,herK * , »*°o , '*iow* her claws Mrs.FronkRea 

't hmitb H*rry Mien Deaves | Blanche. ...La Petite Darling 

■ ■•• J S_Torreo*» Picnicistp. jmonta. louDftem.etc 



EAHEK ClPIVit 

r Arrange**™ 



Cureka Range 



HiWii&l'W,.. 

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g|« • 



A. T. Stewart 

MVh Dickie l.-ncsnl 

Mm Minn* Walton 
.Hies Jennie Thompeoo 



PicnicistF. guests, louDgers.etc 
SATURDAY. July 15th- 

GRAND HELP MATINEE. 



..Anal* Liimnr 

RETURNED WARRIORS! 

Johnn; Dclnc-lls «nd J.ta Vallx. 



I'lfl'.-l. Mllllllr. with 

E. M. HALL and his BANJO 



IltKblund Fllna:.. 



kiln Blumhr 



llullbad Eva NIIvh 

MME. LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPILS 



ROSE DURAND IN CHARACTER SONGS 



IiultiKlona Eslrnnnllnnrj Prof. Pnal Bonlon 

Comic Sane fickle llnrmon 

To conclude with the Langhable Sketch entitled 

The Fenian Soother 

Horace's Sou Lew Porker 

Docor Cnreall Ned Ward 

Yoantr Bilious Jimmy Marphy 



Admloelon ■....TweRly-ilve C«nta 

Doom open at 7. Perfor&anoe to commeooe at SJeJ, 



Kent ac.l I'. 

" SHE LOVES US BOTH SO WELL!" 

l<">Hr and I harlfi Krynolale. 



..Maawte 



CLOSET SCENE FROM HAMLET! 

.Inline Brew*. aC^lnred Aoutear. 
M Mi 



Mat Kelly 

Hun Uiominoa 
H H Taylor 



■ Mir, pie Per by 



I_. A 



aaiab Ballet Daace. 

1VE ^k. H A. I " 

n Bafty Henry, 



The Llvrly Mnfc«- ..... 
Walking In the Ruin 



. . Frimk .Innfi 
Blanrh* Sally 



IVTiss Ella Wesner 

In her Sonr*. 

Good as Cold! Clve a Wan a Chancel 
and Captain de Boots ! 



Duel Minnie Corbyn and Slater 



THAT BOY'S A NUISANCE I 

That Boy Geo. Reynolds 1 Professor of Banjo T. Bra* 



Onorlure Orchestra 



'■nraic Song...... 

Fancy .Tint. 

Fanoy Dance 

Ballad 



Hsrry Thompson 

Mibh Josephine 

Wrv Loroy 

MUioit* Fillmor« 



Oonoludine with 

i ROUGH NIGHT OF IT! 

Hungry and without Bleep Geo. Reynolds 

Agent, or Business Han Frank Jones 



NOVELTIES COMING FROM THE EAST 



The beet Cooking Appa- 
itus now In the market. 
Quick and even Baker, 
conomlcal in Fuel, and 
andsome Jn_ Design. It 
tvea universal satisfac- 
on. Try It. 

FOB Sil.K BY 

OCKE & MONTAGUE, 

U) lt» anal 114 Battery •treet [tf 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Catting 
HEADQUARTERS, 

6 Montgomery St., 

OrrOETTB ACS* BOU1X 



DINNER, 

DESSERT,!! BREAKFAST, 

....AKp..., 

TEA 
SETS. SETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

Klcojant Shnpea, 172 Piece* ft«5 OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

158 Piece* ......»4S OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

«S IMe«ce gno OO 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

*7 Pieces SL5 OO 

Silverplated Serrice, 



41 Pieces.... esi 



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IRS. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKER, 
RST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 



m Ha. Ut Kearajr street. 

i Mo. 9. Hocond Floor. 



B. HICKS & CO., 
OOK- BINDERS 

All IIANMOOI aUIUFAOTOIUI, 

TO. 848 Clay Btroet, 
■AH iKAicnco, 
Am* &9 J street, iserumesit.. noS-tf 



i Fulhtt'i CHemic&l Writing fluid. 

It does not corrode or clog the pen. 



'I'm**' 



IHAMBRa lodging house. 

. yiNBLT FURNISHED ROOMS, SIN- 
I gl* or In salt*. 

Well Lifnted and Teattlated. 
L 0nfarnlaa*d Roonu to Ut, LodaHnAr with 

■ .AittAMBRA BUtLDINO. 



1 Beet .Castor 

1 dozen oaoh lea and 

Table Spoons 

I dozen Medium Fork.-, 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

(With Pearl White 900 OO 

(With Preach Cnlnu 911000 

GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and 
packed or delivered FREE OF CHARGE. 

HAV1LAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pine Straat, 

JoUtl SAW FRANCISCO. 





REMOVED TO SPLENDID MEW ROOMS, 
NO 18 MONTeOMEBY STKPJ5T, 

First Floor, Opposite Masonic Temple. 

PKICCS KFUIICEI". 

*p 10 6m r]| 



ffiBC TO Tun LOTltKS OF 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TO^ 
society is at the 



SALOON! 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard street, near Second. 




THE MANA- 
gers take pleasnre 
in annoanolng 
that after having 
a large force of 
carpenters at 
'y work, their 

New Floor 

ia completed: and 
also that the Rink 
will be 



OPEN 

ju2il lw 



STJUDAYa. 

T1ZINA A ASIFS. 






THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTORNEY A.T X-. A. ~W 
(Awoeat ■Vaagale.) 

ROOM NO. », NOB. Tie AND 7 IS MONT- 
, gomer/ street, ea st side {otst Ffank's Bsloon), 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AND LEIDES- 
dorff streets, hiiving been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new isittini? room added in front, 1b 
now ready to reonlve Lodnera by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICE at »«, 8TK and 
fiOe. BY THE NIGHT, and BY THE WTEEK. 
VI AO to »}a and *P» v**5~for Sincle Rooms. All 
the rooms are furnl«hed with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. I bo House (wl Beds are kepb thoroughly 
clean and free from moninitoa. 

J9-HJUSK OPEN ALL NIGHT. Persons lir- 
ina in or vitiitinR the cftv will Pnd this one at the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

1CAJLSTON A COTTEELL, 

spS lm Proprietors* 



600 JklUslon street, bet. Second and Slew 
Montgomery, 

Every Saturday Pfi^lrt. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8:;Jo SHARP. 

N. B.— A spacious Olnb Room to let for one or 
two niehts a week, with every convenience for 
band Practice, Olub meetings, etc. Music furn- 
ished for parties. 

my2P HOLLAND & EAGLES, Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 

DRUGGISTS' STEAM 

Primer. 

HAS REMOVED TO ' 

Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp. old office. 




W- A. HUGHES, 

SIS Clay street, between I*eldeedor«r and 
Snnsome. 

KEEPS THE BED a 

"A.. A. A. WHISKEY,' 
Martian's No. 3 Ale, 

BREWED EXPRESSLY FOR OA). T "ORNIA. 



GLORIOUS VICTORY I-FIR8T 
Premiums and Silver Medals award- 
ed to J&'UOAa,! S ORIENTAL OIL 
HAIR DTE. fit the San Franoiaco 
Fairs in 18fi4, '6.5 and 'ffit; at Saorn- 
mento in 1883, '6fi, '66, '67 and '70 ; also 
at Stockton and Marysville Fairs. 
This Oil Dyo ie the best, simplest, 
easiest applied in tbe world. Work 
done in a few seconds ; in twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair. or Whiskers to be seen. Free from Scoab 
Lkad, Lao Wtjlphuh. or other poisonous, healtb- 
destroyine drugs used in other hair prepare.' ions. 
One applioatfon, natural brown; two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equals tbie Oil for tbe Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI. K Btreet, noar 
Third, Sacramento; HUG & SCHMIDT, 63(5 Com- 
mercial Bt„ San Francisco: GATES A RHODES, 
San Joao. Ask your druggist for i U my 4 tf 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian, Turkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladies and Gentlemen. 

Mo. SSS Pnelfle straa 

THE BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO El. 
tabliahment of the kind, either in Europe q I 
Amerioa. Convenient nod separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain of 
Medicated Waters. Snitea of rooms in the asm* 
boildinff for private patients. 1n23 In 



JAPANESE BAZAAB, 

94* Montgomery street, corner | n ^ 

ROBERT MAYERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

M. Howelty — Japanese Napktn*, 

and Gklnese Baek Scratehers. 

IMERICID WATCHES, CALft. OIAMOKDS 

J»W Eto. Eto. 3m 



NAPA^ODA. 

TOE NATURAL -WATER as TAKE* 
FKOM THE SPRINGS AT NAPA. 



satisfactory results. It contains many valuable 
properties, as will be seen by the following 

Analysis of the Napa Soda Springs, 
By Dr. L. Lanzwekrt, Practical Chemist, May, 
Temperature, Eahr W 

Reeidium from Evaporation' in ^-gallon, grt.... 17 

Bicarbonate of Soda ....S 39 

. Carbonate of Magnesia 51 

Carbonate of Lime 2 72 

Chloride of Sodium I 30 

Suboarbouateef Iron 1 96 

Snlphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina 19 

Loss... ....0 62—17 '•• 

Wo, the undersigned, physicians, practicing ia 
the city of San Francisco, have examined the re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lanaweert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from tbe Napa Sods 
Springs of Napa. The water, acoordinr to this sx- 
amination, possesses Aperient Antacid and Tonio 
properties, which cannot fail to be very beneficial 
in the treatment of Chronic Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: H. M. Gray, M. D.; Arthnr B Stout, M. D.] 
J7P. Whitney, M. D.: A.F, Sawyer, M, D. ; OhaS. 
Bertody, M. D. ; Wm. O. Ayrea, M. J>. 

mf for salt' at all saloons throughout the oltf 
Families supplied, and all orders promptly eie 
outed at the Napa Soda Agency, 1£4 SUTTEE 



STREET. 
Jn20 tf 



T IV. FP.NN, Agent 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 



F. MANSELL & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 



CLIFF JIOUSE t 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 

FDAMINeSDIF! MBNSTtl SEA LISNI I 

Elegant Breakfast., Lonchei, Sin. 
ner« and Snpperi 

BKIKO TOIB WIFJC I 

BBINe TODS »MILT 

BKIKO TOIB lUT FEIF.nill 

An snlor s slew of the flnsgt Ooiuir PA2TO&UU 

In tb. whole world, si] is sight of th. 

world-renowned 

QOXsI>KIr SATEl 

With » fleet of wbiu-wlsged meseenrers en tertn 
from .Tory pert of the oomsieroisJ wsrid. 

e»-New Lino Bosses, ooDneetlngr with Sirs. 
Osrs St Lone Monnul^essry l"i minntes t 



♦• 



"•nblter >:a v.^rr -3*7. except Bundaj. nr 

^_ B O O A- R 13 XT S 

— *i— 
torchant St. and fiS5 Washington Bt 

Below MonWomery Black. 

^8DAY^~~~~JUi*Y 11, 1871 



TO HOTEL KEEPERS. 

"•ri B ttr«." U mnlleO rvery morning to 
nU the hotel* on the Purlflc Coast. Fro 
yrfetori of new botel* who hnTe not yet 
meet -red It will huve It forwarded fne 
ml charm* oo sendlnc; us their address. 



FIGARO ON THE GALA, PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

1TXOAKO Is thoroughly distributed e»- 
sryduyon the ears of the Cnllfornln Fa- 
«ia c Kallrond, leaving Marysvllle for 
VaUeJo and Son Francisco at 1 o'clock 

F. M. ■ 

-» — 

FIGARO GN THE OftKLftND BOATS. 

9#0 "Flaaros" arc distributed on the 
Oakland Ferry boats every afternoon, 
j»»stly am»ng the passengers arriving r>j 
She great Overland Train. 



FIBARO ON THE VAUEJO BOAT. 

a»0 "Figaros" are distributed every 
duy among the passengers on the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
ToJleJo to this city. 



FWARQ ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

*'Flgnro" Is circulated every day on the 
qtn of the Southern Faclflc K. B. which 
leave San Jose for this city at 3:SO P.M. 

• — 

"Figaro" Is circulated every day ot 
Qhe Skating Blnk. 



Tom Bnghfli en K«no. 

Thomas Hughes, M. P., author of "Tom 
Brown's School Days," lectured in London, 
oo the 10th iait., oa America. In thooourea 
of hia lootura, speaking of life in the towns 
in the West, he said: 

"In mere than one place large schools bad 
fcaen erected, and it was hoped that in course 
M time such establishments would have the 
tStct of doing away altogether with the 
gambling houses; but he must Bay, in con- 
nection with the latter, that the game iu- 
JnJged in, called "geno," appeared to him 
to be remarkably fair, and vastly more 
creditable than the system of sporting and 
Other gambling so extensively indulged, in 
England." 

We qnite agree with Tom Hugheo. Keno 
3j a fair game, and a very pleasant little 
game, and much more oreditable than run- 
ning horses to lose on the turf. It was too 
bad to stop that nice, innocent little game 

at Congress Hall, 

«, 

1 Delightful Spot. 

Woodland, Tolo county, is a delighful 
place, a town embosomed in gardens, bnt it 
m sot very rich. Taking example by some 
of its neighbors, this city intends to give a 
gift concert next moath in aid of its Public 
Sehool, Fire Department and Benevolent 
Associations. A. large number of tickets 
have been sold. The prizes range from 
$20,000 down to $20. The Sohool Trustees 
and the beat men of Woodland are at the 

bead of the enterprise. 

♦ 

Asw Music. 

We have received from the publisher, M . 
Gray, '0 ! How Delightful," composed by 
J. L. Molloy and Bung by Alice Dunning. 
The wordi are by Alfred Sketchley. Also 
-La Chaca," a Spanish song, one out cf a 
collection of songs and ballads arranged by 
Manuel Y. Ferrer, and entitled "The Guit- 
arist's Bepertoiro." 



7*110 Howe Sewing Muchino 

And Butterisk'a Pattern Agencies, have been 
•removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



Good Motto. 

Boy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
ao.bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Shabkb & Co., 
TO* Market street, near Third— the best place In 
sown to buy furniture and beddlnjr. x 



To the TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No, 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial, San Francisco, 

Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In IBM, for the treatment of chronic 
snd special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
so charge unless he effects a cure. * 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 
■Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
raat success has originated many epnrtouB ini- 
tiations under the name of Orton's, Burton's, 
attd other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
•erred. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
«C Hug & Schmidt, 536 Commercial st , Is on the 
wrapper. Hoo tt Schmtox, Successors to P.J, 
Jtallly, Agents. * 

.Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
tbronlo and specific practice, and aa such Is now 
ib» most successful of *a? Physician in San 
■foancisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, corner 
of Leldeedorff, a few door below What Cheer 



Soy Wliat You Mean. 

We like a man who is not afraid to express 
his opinion in gocd plain Eoglish when it is 
necessary for him to do so, without any 
"butilV "maybeB,"or other expressions. 
If you know a mau to be a fraud, say so, 
if you are asked about him, or you become 
an aoctsaory to bis future misdeeds. If you 
dislike a man, let him know it, if you are 
not afraid ol him. 

When the Iodians commence.tho sturgeon 
fishery in Iho Sacramento Itiver, a big boom 
is put out over the bank, a medicineman 
goes out to the end and makes a speech to 
the fish something in this style, "We are a 
very good-natured tribe of Indians ; wo 
don't bear you sturgeons any ill will, but wo 
want to eat you because we are hungry. 
Don** let there be any ill-feeling between us, 
but let us look at the matter in the right 
light. We beg your pardon for catching 
you, but we must do it." Then, this apology 
beiog made, they set to work to slaughter as 
many sturgeons as they can. They treat a 
bear in the same civil manner; when they 
attack him, they say "you have a right to 
live in the woods as well as wo ; you are a 
noble brave fellow, a warrior in your w.y; 
you must, however, excuse us for cutting 
your throat." 

There are men who would not kick a. cur 
without first taking off a boot. A bad dog 
and a good dog are alike to them ; a bad 
man and a good man are both treated equally 
well. This is wrong. If you know a man 
to be bad, you Bhould, without any apology 
to bim, yourself, or others, show him up. 
Ifamanwritesdoggrel and calls it poetry, 
show him up, and say what yon think/about 
it, don't end wit'i, "but it may please some 
people." If an aotor forms an entirely 
wrong conception of a part and plays it badly 
don't disguise the faot because he played 
some other part well laBt week. In fact say 
what yon mean, tell the truth and ehame 
the devil. 

Eminently Just, 

The head cook of the Parker House, in 
Boston, has a yearly salary of 54,000, and 
the President of Harvard University iB paid 
$3,200 annually.— Ex. 

This is an inviduons comparison. There 
are many book-worms competent to fill the 
position of President of Harvard University. 
On the other hand hew few men there are 
who could bear the responsibilities resting 
on the shoulders of the head cook of the 
Parker House. Of Professors learned 
enough for Harvard University, there is no 
lack; of cookB talented enough for the Par- 
ker House, there is a lamentable deficiency. 
Hall happy day when the United States 
aba.ll become civilized enough to form a Col- 
lege of Cooks with Professor Blot aa Presi- 
dent, _ 

Borne Hope* 

The Alia, noticing a new work, calls it: 
"A very Bostonish book ; full of good gram- 
mar." We are glad that the Alta calls gram- 
mar good ; it is a pity, though, that it does 
not make use of it more frequently. 

In the course of a disonsssion with her 
husband a Memphis lady aimed a pop-bot- 
tle at his head. It struck a lighted non- 
explosive, however, and the remainder of 
the conversation was lost. 



While the gift of conversation proves a 
olever man, the want of it is no proof of a 
dull one. 

The Place. 

The Saddle Book, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oysters. 
It Is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Corville's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day— Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds In the State. Try them. * 



Cremo do T_,ls. 

Beautiful Is the finish developed by the use 
of Dickey's celebrated Cbem.e de Lis, a pure 
transparent complexion being imparted. No 
poison enters its composition. * - 



Well Establishea. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the tost of time, Is never allowed to fall Into 
diBUse; every year the sale of Casein's XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters Increases, and thousands 
can bear testimonv to their merit. * 



UP You. Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, sand them to the What Cheer Laua 
dry. t • 

Oar and Steamer New* Agency* 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latett ban Francisco dallies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. * 



What Cheer Launary 

Oalls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
i a* city. • 

J>OWiiy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comfortable, but we are sure that beds ot the 
Branch House, 134 Sansome street, areabsolute- 
\y perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
fcionke' 'aide of the finest California wool, 
and el. of spotless whiteness all combine to 
Insure a good nlg'tt's rest. • 



Wbe>t Is Gluculc-in? 

A preparation of Ood Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the must efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary compH.ots. Prepared and 
sold by Jakes G. 8tr.--.j-. &> Co., No. 521 
Montgomery street. 



Reading Matter for All, 

Loomls, at his stationery store at the 8. E. 
oorner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Offioe itself. 
All the Npw York papers and English maga- 
sines are there. 

John G Hayden 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacious store, 218 
Bush street. In the Mercantile Library BuiJd- 
iug, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say It Is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. 



. . 



Important to Strangers, 

Abraham's. 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par RMItaft to procure fashionable clothing, 
Business suits made to order, $15; beaver suits 
to order, 810 ; pants to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
S»e that he can save from 25 to 85 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at the great cash cloth- 
tog house of G. Abhahams, 33 and 35 Second 



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Lotteiies In Oregon. 

We havn't heard .of any lottery in Oregon 
yet, but the people like those which are 
started in other places, and the papers "pull 
for them." The Eugene City Guard says of 
the "Omaha Legal Enterprise," which will 
come off shortly: 

'This popular enterpriaestill goes on;here 
is h dunce to win a iurtuue. Who wants 
that $20,000, or a chance to^et thai SI5J 000, 
or the 510,000, S5,000, S3.O0U, §2,000, of any 
of the $1,000 gitts. True you are not per- 
fectly certain of it, but then, nothing ven- 
ture, nothiug have. For $2 you may become 
rich; who is there anions us rich or poor 
that would not risk the paltry sum of $2 for 
an houc-st und fair nhow in a Legal Enter- 
prise conducted openly and above-board like 
the Omaha— in aid of a free ciiy library." 

Wo believe more people are buyiog np 
these tickets in San FranciBco than in Oregon 



Virtue. 

Virtue should excite shame for its own 
sake, and not for the censure which it may 
incur from others. The virtue of him who 
ie guarded from temptation by fear of the 
world and the fear of detection ie certainly for- 
tified by feeble defences. And if such a one 
has the good fortune, through the various 
vioissitudeB of his iife, to preseve the bless- 
ing of a good conscience and the jewel of a 
good name, be may well consider that life 

series of miracles. 

He who esteems trifles for themselves is a 
trifler; he who esteems tbem for the conclu- 
sion to be drawn from them, or the advan- 
tage to which they can be put, is a philoso- 
pher. 

What Cheer X^atixMlry 
Is the best laundry In San Francisco 



Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage In the saloons In the East 
at present. It it* so funny to march, a friend up 
to them, and let him see how rediculous hiB 
reflection looks in them- There is sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will smite. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
Honse has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, end the transmogrifications tney make 
in a man's appearance ore very grotesque. Ev- 
ery one should see them. • 



Evorbody Buys Them. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Bteuart's refined sugar, by 
Oanty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candles have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the Ann does an immense 
trade, both In the jobbing and retail line. • 



Washing Returned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 

Laundry. . * 

Oysters end Ohowder, 

Try Joe GmBti's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladles' saloon at 
tached. Open day and night, * 

New Furnlsting Goods. 
Cheap, at the What Oheer Laundry. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A Grand Picnic 

WILL BE GIVEN AT 
MJ3W SAUOBIilTO 

....ON 

SUNDAY JULY 16tk 

....BT THE.... 

French Mutual Benevolent 
Society. 

THE BOAT WILL LEAVE - j£-|. 
MritBo' Wharf at 9. 10. 11, u£^S^S2 
aod 1 o'clock, and Baucelilo at 1, 3, 4, o «uu tj u ui.. 

Gentlemen's Tiketa (fare included) 91 r <> 

Ladlea' Tickets (rare included) 50 

JJ11W 



I. W. TABER, 

Art and Photographic Gallery 

Not 19 Montgomery street* 

OPPOSITE MASONIO TEMPLE.-THIS NEW 
aod elegant establishment le now complete 
in all its appointments, poiaesaiog ever; requisite 
for excellence in PhotoRraphio Art. jfll lm 



Posters 



and Programmes 



Printed 



Cheap 



At SrnBSTi's, 533 day street. 
j 5 11 3m 



FOR SAN QUENTIN AND SAN RAFAEL 



To Sjui Qu(.'uL1i...50m: I San ttalacl... ,*5c 

THE FAVORITE STEAMER CONTRA COS- 
TA. Capt. J. McKenitie, leases Ferry Wnarf. 

Davis street, near Vullt-jo, tor ban Quantm, con- 
nection by railroad with S<in Rafael and tbe stages 
from tbere lor Olima, Tomates and Wicasio, every 
week day as follows: 

fan I'rancisco at 9 a.m., 1:45 P.M., and 6:30 P.M. 

ban QuentiaatSand 11:30 a.m., *J:4i and 5:30 r.M. 
Sunday Excursion Time Table. 

Leave San Francisco at .1*1 :.0 \, m, and 5:30 P.U.; 
San Rafael at 9 A.M. and 4 p.m. 

jj8 tt CHA8. MINTURN. 



For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Thoetj living i Q the city know it already. 

HP bee heap e ntpl ace 3 boy your* 
hlr tean df* arn la hln ug oo 
dal njti he nme rlc aa 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

N'o. 8 Second street. 
a61m BKTfEDIOT & OO. 



XjOSt; 



A LADIES' POCKET-BOOK. CONTAINING 
Receipt for a Pinno and other papers valuable 
to owner; a S3 .W gold piece, some silver, a ring, 
and other articles. The finder is welcome to feer-p 
the money on retornine the other contents to No 
39 MONTGOMERY BLOCK. """""V, »'■ 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



EIGHTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 

... OF THE.... 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

> WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 
AT 11 A. M., TCESBATT, Al'GCST S 
HON. MlLTON~~S. LATHAM 

Ilaa consumed to d.liver tbe Ol'EMNG ADDRESS. 

rpHE EXHIBITION BUILDING IS tUTUAT. 

X ed on Union tit]uuro, in the Jbeart of the city 
ot San Francisco, aod ou tbe line of three street 
railroade. The building covere a ground area of 
H5..0H feet, und i. complete in all lie appointments. 

bteam tinner and water supply furnished iroe 
to exhibitors. 

All Kooce competing for premiums, or to be cat- 
alogued, muat bo receiptod for by the eutry cleric 
before August 12tu. 

Rules and Regulations oau be obtained from any 
of tbe officers at the Institue or Pavilion. 

In conjunction v.ilh the Industrial Exhibition, 
the BA» DISTRICT HORIICULTURAL Su- 
UIKTY will hold its tirst Exhibition of tbe Flow- 
ers aod Fruits of California, occupying a space of 
320x5(1 feet. 

Prices of Admission. 
Season Tickets admitting Gentlemen and 

one Lady $o OO 

Season Tickets admitting ene person 3 Oil 

Season Tickets admitting Juveniles under 14 

years 1 50 

.ir The above Tickets are not Transferable. -** 

Single Admission L50 cts 

Children under 14 years : .25 cts 

Children must be in charge of guardians or 
parents. 

Tickets can be obtained from any of tbe Mana- 
gers, at tbe Mechanics' Institute. 27 Post street, at 
tbe Pavilion, Union Square, or from the principal 
Music or Drug tstores to the city. 

sey- No bills will bs paid unless ordered by. the 
proper Committees. By order 

A. S. HALLIDIE. President. 

W. H. Williams, Secretary. jyll lm 



WHERE 

TO 

GET 

TOUR 

MONET'S 

•WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. T. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 



DON'T 

INTEND 

TO 

PAT 

FOR 

THEM. 

ALL 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& COS 

CLEARING 

OUT 



SALE. 

708, 712, 7U and 716 



Kearny Street, 



ju26tf 



(OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PEESONS ARE CAUTIONED FROM 
buying the DlaMOflD 'lOOTH PASTE from 
Peddlers, or soy person except O. O. KEENE, Ma- 
Bio Store. 105 Montgomery street (Local Agent). 
DR. LEVI W TAYLOR ie inventor and eole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, ond 
none is genuine without my signature. 

DR. LEVI W. TAYLOR. 
Offioe, 1Q5 Montgomery st.. Room &. jy7 tf 



RHEUMATISM. 

"IYTR6. W. 8. WRIGHT. SUCCESSOR TO J 
1TA W. MAO, the only OoDQaeror oo the Glsbe 
of Rheumatism ia all its various forms— Acate, 
Chronic or Inflammatory ; Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lumbago or Kidney Affections, Contractor! Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc., No. 101 Tehama 
street, fourth door from Third. ju28 lm 



Personal Property Taxes 

TW"OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CER- 
X ^ tilled copy ol PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for the Fiscal Year 1671-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, Oityand 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now dne 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining dne and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensuing wlU'beoomo delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will bo added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 

Ban Francisco, July 3d, 1871. jjllm 

Gandy I Candy 1 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OANDY MAN- 
turer. No. 51 8 Kearnj street, between Sac- 
ramento and California, and 127 Second Btreet, 
bet. Minna and Natoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Oarttvee frae to al! parts of the city 
Wtuurfftg excepted. mrlStf 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CUBED BY 

The Arabian Treatment. 

THE MOST SEVERE CASES 

RELIEVEDJN 3 DAYS. 

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. 829 PactOc Htreet. 

B&"Tbe Doctor's advertisements will appear in 
Fioabo exclusively, j U 29 tf 




CALIFORNIARESTAURANT 

TWTOS. «1©, OlttAND *>14 WONT- 
^ SOinery street, near Merohunt.— 
Ladies' Saloon connected with the B«a- 
raurant. 

Bill ot fare. 

Ice Crenm FBKF. to anv person 
Spending »5 Cent*. 

_,, with Fish or RroacU 15o 

Soup, with two Eggs ]5c 

Two Kitct lOc 

Two Fura.lone T^g* lOc 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 15c 

Mutton Chops. Tea or Coflee liio 

Beefsteak, do l&o 

Sirloin Stent, do 20o 

iresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed. 18c 

Clam Fritters 15o 

Bottle of White Wine Wo 

Bottle of Clarot Wine or Boer 15o 

PieB. Pudding or Cake fto i 

Oat Meal, Mush ©r Uracked Wheat 6c 

Coffee. Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

Whibe or Claret Wine 5o 

del-tf JOHN BEGAN. Proprietor? 



3,000 Men Wanted! 



—AT TBE— 



CITY RESTAURANT, 

North sida Olay atreet, below Monttfomer., 

To Eat Earn and Eggi at the following 
LOW PRICES: 

Three Eggs.... 15o 

Ham and 2 Eggi l-1o 

Oysters -every style.. 15o 
Beefsteak 



Mutton Ohop 10c 

Pork Chop., 10c 

Outlets life 

Pork and Beans Me 

Smelts 10c 

Salmon lOe 

Beef a la Mode lOo 



Bonst Turkey 2ft 

Obioken Pot-pie lie 

Fricassed Chicken. . . 2So 

Breast of Lamb Mi 

Fried Liver. lid 

Tripe— nil Btyles. Wo 

Soup— all kinds .So 

TaaorColfee de 

Milk or Beer fio 

OtaretWiue Be 

Pies, Puddings, eto.. Ie 



Try the City Restaurant, 

588 and 640 Clny street, 

North side just below Montgomery 

juUtf B. CAUFDKIL, Proprietor. 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT I 

No. X.V Second aireen, 

THEY HAVE REDUCED THELtt ; ( 
prices, and you en live like a prise* I 
there for a email sum. Among the : 
redactions are: 

Cap of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 otstf i 

Ham and Three Eggs.... 20 oasts » 

OyBters. all styles. , 20 cents i 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 otnU i 

Soup, all kinds.... 10 cents i 

Grand Family Kestaurant, SO Second i' 
street, near BKnrket. julAtf I 



HOPE! 

Change of Programmei 



....AT THE.... 



Esperance Restaurant, tek 

«41 Commercial afreet. Jl T ■ 



..» sso 



50 



Beard per Week 

Board per Month 

Ulnner with Wlae 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

eUSTAVJBS 8CHSF.rDKK, 
mr25 tf ot7 Commercial st . below Kearny, 



BE-opEimre of 

Delmonico Restaurant! 






juSlm 



THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RK- 

open the ahove Restaurant with all I 

the delicacies of the season, on SAT- ! 

URDAY, June 10th, and respectfully ■ 

solicit the patronage of the public, 

rj&.B.K BKOTUilBs. 



THEATEwI ROTISSERIE, 
8SfS Bnpont st. . one door .oath of Bao. 
Jff. s~* B. MAROHAND LATE OF THS 
Vti t|#"RotlBBerie Restaurant" of tin Dnlol 

lQ^^ Olob, Proprietor. — The TablM prori. 
ded with all the Delicaoiea of the BBMOBU 

W07STEBS trf EVERY STILE IC»t» 



J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreet* 

W9- Terrapin constantly on hand. OyS-sri Jn 
every style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOE 
PARTIES. mh311a 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA tfTT, NKTAOA 

THIB ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN Re- 
decorated, and ia now open for the Summm 
Season. STABS and TRAVELING OOMPAND28 

iLication by letter to 

join* PIPKR, 
Proprietor and Managw. | 
•J. H. McOABE, 
620 Waahlxurton street. San Franoi 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

8ACEAMEMO. 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WILL OOMMBNO*" 
his second Drama) io Season early in Septflm 
ber, until which time the Theatre can be tent* 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and (« Th * ! 
atricul EntertaiRrannts of a flrat-claes order, oj | 
application to THOS. E&KER, Eeq^, at Hasting; 1 
& (Jo's Banking House, corner of Second and «, j 
streets, Sacramento. jnletl | 

The Arlington House, 

TOT KEARNY STREET, BETWEEN POS 1 ) 
X£> I and Sutter, will be np«ned on the lit 
July as a first-class LODGING HOUSE. Tb 
rooms htO larRe, handsomely fumiebed, and vrtl 
bo rented low. Parties desinnj! to do so oan ma* 
arrangements to have coffee with light breakfM' 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single Room 
from »10 to $15 par month. Transient custom to 
lioited. Ja211ail.- 



ECONOMY 






T 



"ton, 

•life 





~|— - Kill. 



• AH m*»ni< 



*.«.... 



AMKHKAN 

CLOTHING HALL 

■n >r>itt «t. 

INI lit! coons 
III IttfUT r 



1 ««*«, 



"i Hon 



^^■KRE'S OPERA HOUSE NEW ALHAMBEA THEATRE. 






The White House 



-4 



17*1 



Jl LI I lih. is; i 

410 IATVUAT tniUOOl AT J 



wiiii iin^ 



; French 




Opera 



EMERSON MINSTRELS! 



Bouffe! 






-r*.>al t*» - 



lOWmoi; 

ktaluk 

n....i»,aa,f. 



QRAND OPERA HOUSE, 
«ux m»i» nan— 

First Appearance 

— oa — 
Ml K>DO ETEMNQ, Jl IV 13th, 



enbach's Comic Opera 




Tea lUllllNMlW •• ~«ele.». »t sraael l u ll 1 1 with 

Old Brown'a BroTHnx I 

■ihu rrmoT. muuim. iaoaoa. toorr ast> - 



PAHT ■BOOMO. 

Ten Minutes with the Comical Vivian ! 
TV -A. T I V El ITALIAN 

HiMor R.|*ne, Billy Rmenon and M. Alnelev Scott. 



THPUCRORIAK EVOLTJTeOJfS 



FOSTELLE 



IJU STLt-T 

ni.ii ouuun 

Jul— Ainu 

M Adrian 

M. Bonnet 

M. Bellenoourt 

Vila Nathalie 

X. So. 

M. Vanoelet 

Mil. Marie 




BALLiD-MxW - MR. LOUIS BRAHAM 

Proprietor of Hotel 

BILLY EMERSON IN HIS ORIGINAL SONGS AND DANCES! 

OVERTURE-Selections . EJIERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

The evening's entertainment to conclude (by vary particular desire) with 

ONE NIGHT IN A BARROOM 

B3TOOZER (hi* great character) BILLY EMERSON 

BobMagoon (a bitter, S. 8. Purdy [ Mr. Williams LmiiaBraham 

K. Badinen (• queer actor) 0. H. Foster Gamokeeper R. Boblnson 

Barkeeper M. Ainsley Bcott | Other character*! by the entire troupe. 

•r *r tr Lioolx. Out for t Jtxo G-rand. XDt-xo jLloib«. "«* ^b -ea 

mThe Piano used Ii from the house of Kohler. Chase k Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Ohlokerlng Piano. 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 

IB ORDIR TO MAKE BOOM roll OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WK WILL C0MMIIC0B 0M 

Moaday Juno BOtli 

TO 0L0SK OUT OUR ISIMF.N8B 8T00K Of 

Summer Dry Goods. 

AT PRICKS 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

OF IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue 30 Days. 



J. W. Davidson & Go. 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PINESTRET 

FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

IT AMD BUT BTOOK. Or OOODS IX THE STATE, AT PKICES DEFTTIKU OOUPETTTION 
ayCA-LLi JLXfjy SEE FOB TOURSBLVE8.^l 



GO TO BAILEY & WINTERS, 

618 '\7C r «.sl3LiiiStoM. B 

If jon want tba 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Cn>-d«. Ml i>rr Dnifn. 



t. 



tnim 

.OPSSlM* • 

lifi) 



iiY,S>»!lfl 




LPINI^* 

l€^l 



OH.T, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

lorclal atroot, 

RatrsorrcLLT infoiihb his fbibkds and all 
In want of Pcelr.ble Clothing for tbo approaching 
r montb. that tbat he baa now in bl. Store all tba 

HEW STYLES OF 

Coatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

TIE HIT AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

Wt work CHEAP FOB CA9H. and tboae who bay on tbi. 
principle can SAVE MONEY. 

M"L 8HOBT aatnrea all who maj favor him with their 
Kdara that he will give them entire satisfaction, and 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

la kaa now REDUCED HIS PRICES In suit the tunes. 

1USIRESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, $25 00 

HE REIVER SUITS FROM $40.00 UP 

'ANTS TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE $6 00 

Bar* uw » Oatll and look at our Good.. 

Our number lei 
a&7 Oommerolal Street 



riONKKK IBOI MANUFACTORY. 







The molt KI.EOAlvT CUSTOM Won K INTBBOITY. I 
ad.iatnin.aoodiandaTio... BEKltS. KI.A1R A MAYKARD' 
t 1> . m j .uaat. o— dewr eeath of Bnab. t OB 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF IACBAMKKTO, 

Will take plaoe at tba 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 
OX HKDXKSUAY JULY lSlta 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for tba dar of tbe Concert by the various 
routes will be i-*su»d to those holding tickets. 

Excursion Tickets may b» obtained at all tbo 
prominent Book uod Muafo btoren in this city, or at 
CADWaLLADER, DAVIS 4 UO'S, 

41 Fourth Btrei.it, Saorameato. 
■9- Excursion Tickets only good for tbe 18th 
to XOlh of July, iuoIasiTe. ja23 td 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

("onurtM llalt, 89t> BrMh »treet, 

Batweeu MoDtgomsry and Kearny streets. 

SEDUCTION OF PKICE! 

Aanmblles-10 to 12 A. m., 2 to 5 p. m., 7^ to 10 p. m 

Adrntsalon—DayaDd liToolnn. 3 5 Cents 

Use of Skates ..25 oents 

jifitf OHA8. M. VALLKIC. Proprietor. 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

MADAME BLANCH. THE GREATEST . • , 
ClaitToyaabof theflire, oan be Been at,'l) - 
h.r rsaidence. No. »OG FOLMOSC HTRtiE i , J< 
betwmtt Fifth and Hixth. wh-ro she oao be con- 
sulted on all iiU'ioeaa affairs, love and marriaiie; 
also, has obarms for love, luck, unbapplnesH Id 
families, and brings together tbe separated. Fee, 
91 and upward. )y8 1m 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 



fwissor of Great Mrsteries, coi 
Of Wax b trig to U and tsiockton, over 
the fruit atoro. Diagnosis and ourss 
sickness after recovery is impossible*. 
Prof. S. baa valuable Roman Tails- 
mans tor love, good luck. Also, see 
your Intended. Fee, Fifty Oents and 
from 11 A. M. to i P. M., and 7 to 9 P. M. 




1 GOLDSTEIN A SON. -THE ABOVE OC- 
■ partnership is this day ditsolved, NOT by 
mutual consent., as no oimiultation was held, and 
in proof of whicb mv name is not Brnxod to tbe 
[n.Mi-l.nrt notice of dienolution. Vhe bnslnsss 
will h» continuid by tba nadcraigned. at th ■ same 
stand, where be hop >s for n continuation of favors, 
etc. AH parties Indebtad to the said firm are co- 
titii'd to pay none bnt the underxfgned. and no 
agent representing said firm, as they will be re- 
aponiible for the same 

8 A. GOLDSTEIN. S18 Sansoste strset, 
July 5th, 1571. jyS; 



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SQUARZ A'S P UNCHES. 

PUNCHES, for Oentlemen.— Egg Nogg (a new Punch) 
Morning Comfort, Ladioa' Pleasore, A nti-Dyapeptlo, Ladies 
Te&re, Anti- Divorce, Welcome, Cognac, Arrack, Gin, 'YThiekev 

Socoa, Coffeo, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Pisoo, AppetLsor 
ouan Nectar. Aurora. Farewell, Jamaica Rum. Kirsonwasser 
CHiKDItLi*. for Xaadles. — ligdies' Favorite, Ladies 
L'leasure, Ladles' Tears, Strawberry, Biaokberry, Mint, Antes 
Ros* Kimmil.Oocoa, Ponese Cafe, Pine Apple, Kirsob 

BITTKR8- Hygtenlo, Cholera At " ' 
nsr. ant* all other Bitters la demaad. 



MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

fpHE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VISITORS 
■*- to San Francisco la tbat there is no "comfort." Food 
la cheap enough ; Clothing has come down in price ; hut 
Lodgings— that ip, comfortable Lodgings— are scarce and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a desideratum in San Franolsoo, 
but a man Is now in the field who supplies thl B aut and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell hag long 
been known as the proprietor of the Ooso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and 8ansome streets, and he has now 
made the Branch Houbc, 424 Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of its accommodations. Here ire one 
hundred and sixty roomB, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There Is a Reading room with files of city and State papers, 
ard chess and checker-boards for the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House la altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two houses, 

The Coso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of choos- 
ing by chance one of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing him with flOO. Of course this, with the other Induce- 
ments offered, caused these boused to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not In s> 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell finds Is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by cnanoe, and 
being a law-abiding man bo has determined to discontinue 
it. Having, however, Bet apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reclaim ft, but will givo that amount to some one of the 
publlo charities of Ban Franolsco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Fortune) will be 
given to the Ladies' Protection and Relief Society of San 
Franolsco-a society which will certainly make good use of 
It. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Coco 
House can, while he is resting snugly tucked up in his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy the pleaolng reflection that while he has ' 
the full value of his money, he has also In some measure 
assisted in providing a nights" lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

braaigbThouse 

4S4 Sansome street, 

BETWEEN COMMERCIAL ASO CLAY. 

OOSO HOUSS, 

4X1 S anoome ajtroot. 

SOUTHWEST OOBNEB OF OOMMBSOIAL. 8TEKET. 



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KDtrae£©d e-rai oat. *xoet* auooM. *» 

— AT— 

632 Merchant it. »od 636 WMMngtra it. 

B«low Mort#em»T7 BJoofc. 



TUESDAY JPLY 111. 



1811 



Fia.uu> will be much obliged If tbontrid 
muugers In .11 p>»> of tbe DnlUd SUt*», pu- 
tloolmrly In 0»lUornL, will Bona to tb.18 office 
progiunmei of tbelr performances. Brief let- 
ter! from members of tbe theatrical profession 
•Will alio be acceptable. Fioabo will be mslled 
tne of charge lo all dcslrlne It. 

AMUSEMENTS. Etc 

Metropolitan Theatre. 

Tbia theatre was densely crowded last night, 
•von atanding room being hard to obtain when 
tbe curtain rose, and many ladies having to find 
■eats io the orchestra chairs. Tho theatre present- 
ed a bright and obeerlul appoaranoe. and tbe new 
arraag anient of foot llghls and j'M of gas at tho 
side, lighted ibe stago admirably, Joe Murphy 
received a hearty greeting on makiog bia appear 
ance and wae at o» ee as much at home with the au- 
dienoe aa If he bad not been ab»eDt a day. 
Aa to tbe play. Joe Murpby does hie part much 
better than Mr. Maeder hit done hie. In the first 
act ho causes much laughter by bis sharp retorts 
in tbe ohareetorof an Irish servant, bat it la in 
tb* second act that Jos Murphy Bhioes forth in ail 
bia brilliancy. Here he introduces hie best Datcb 
character songs, end nono were more heartily 
laoghed at than tbe old favorites. "Walking on 
the Long Bridge." and "I.ovo among tbe Rosea. ' 
Tbe old Dntoh woman roMred behind a curtain, 
and In an amazingly ehort epace of time. Joe 
Murphy came forth blacked up and dressed in 
jockey costume, and performed his wonderful bone 
boIo. in which wo do not believe be can be equiHed 
by any performer in 1he world. The other charac- 
ters in the piny have not much to do. but fill up 
time to give Joe a few miouUs reBt, Mra. F M. 
Bates received a round of applauie on making 
her appearance. J. H. Hardie made hie first 
appearance on tbis occasion ra Tracy Randall, a 
part in which ft would be unfeir to form a judg- 
mentof his ability. Everyone is glad to Bee Joe 
Murpby again ; tbe ploy serves to show him off to 
tbe beet advantage, hie best note being intro- 
dacsrt, and therefore tbe audience are kept con- 
stantly emuaed. Tbe sensation scene of the ex- 
plosion of a kerosene lamp, wae very effectively 
managed, the flames seeming to envelope tbe 
eloping figure oa tho bed. "Help" bids fair to 

have a ruo. ^ 

California Theatre. 

A large audience wae present at this theatre laat 
night. The performance commenced with the 
■very amusing comedietta, of "A Marriage at any 
Prioe." in which John T. Raymond, W. A. Mes- 
tayerand Mine Dickey Lingard caused great fun. 
In that portion of tbe evening'a entertainment, 
composed of sketches, the bit of the eveniog wae 
Lingnrd's life-like picture of Emperor Norton, 
which fairly brought down the boose. The perform- 
ance concluded with tbe extravaganaa of Pluto, in 
which Mr. Llngaid played the title role, and made 
many neat points; Miss Alice Donniag.Mifs Dickey 
Lingard and Minnie Lingard and Mias Minnie 
Walton all looked ravisbingly beautiful in their 
respective parts of Orpheus. AriBteus and Eury- 
dice ; MIsb Pheuie Stanley, who has not had a very 
long experience on tbe stage, played tbe part of 
Apollo excellently, and the burlssque as a whole 
went off very pleasingly. Plato's drawing-room 
was very generally admired as a proof of the good 
taste and wealth of that monarch. The songs in- 
troduced were nil well sung ; the music was good, 
and tbe dresses were superb. A subdued ahoo-fly 
dance brought down tbe curtain : what more could 
be desired in a burlosqno ? The same bill will be 
played tbia evonin g- 

Alhambra Theatre. 

Tbia cosy little temple of Morauaia always crowd- 
ed. There is something to please every man, wo- 
man and child io tbe audience. Tbe music is good ; 
Vivian's songs are original, artistio and always 
good; Billy Emerson's rollioking fun cauBes great 
laughter; Foetelle is a marvel of graco in female 
dances, and "One Night io & Bar Room," causes 
□proariors mirth. 

Wmrulre'e Opera House. 

The season of French Opera Bonffe at Mogutre's 
Opera House, promises lo be a eoccees, over half 
tbe seats of tbe dress circle having been 
already taken. Rehearsals are proceeding 
actively; tho chorus rehtarsiog ibis morcing at 
the Alhambra, and tbe orchestra at Magulre'e 
Opera House. There will bo a full rehearsal this 
afternoon and another this evening. 



John T. Raymond. 

This popular ootnmedUn will leave for tbe East 
on tbe first of next month. He goee to New York 
.cams a lately after tbe termination of blaengage- 
itat the California, to support LotU as Dick 
Swlveller (not* Dick Sniveller, ' asyesUrday'a Alt* 
bad it) in the play of "Little Nell," at Booth'a 
Theatre. He will not play "Ata Treoohard" at 
Nlblo's. as the Aha erroneously announced yester- 
day; bat at the termination of bis engagement at 
Booth's, will go t» Lioa Edwin'a Theatre, where 
be and bis estimablo lady are engsged for tbe com- 
ing loason. 

Madame Lake's Clrcae. 

ThlB great Iciroo* company is marching tri 
nrnpn nllj through tne coootry. and will give its 
first exhibition hero about the tt;b of August. 
G. W. Zsbold, the treasurer, aod G. W. Richards, 
oinnooball performer, arrived bere on Saturday 
•veolng, for the pnrposo of looking round to ar- 
raogefwrtbe opening. 



A Large Order. 

Three of the dirtiest, moat ragged little 
ragamnffiuB in Boston, entered on© of the 
magnificent drug-etoree in tbe place. March- 
ing up to tbe counter, one said: 

"I want a cent's worth of rock candy?" 

"Get out, you ragamuffin ! We don't se'l 
a cent's worth of rock cindy ?"' 

Slowly and sadly they filed out of the 
store. On the sidewalk a consultation took 
place. They re-entered tbe door. 

"Minster, do you sell three cents' worth of 
rock candy?" 

"Yes." 

"Weil, we ain't got 'em;" and the proces- 
sion moved out again. 



••FUNERAL THOUGHTS." 

glow— oh, io Blow— tbe big black coach did 
crawl 1 

The poor widow and I sat in* Ide ; 
Ahead was the beorae with the trappings of wo; 

Toward* solemn Greenwood we did ride. 

I ant there and watched the bereaved one's face; 

It was touchingly worn, wan and sad. 
I wished that another were in my place— 

For tha eight made mo feel very bad. 

Blow— oh, terribly slow— the coach did go ! 

And the widow motioned to speak ; 
6he had tried before, but the choke arose. 

And I thought that her heart would break. 

Bat she mastered her grief at the cemetery 
gates, 
And with trembliDg voice, faint and low. 
Thus she spake : " Well, he's gone ! the poor, 
darling old man — 
But there's one thing I'd like to know." 

"What is that?" I respectfully asked. She 
replied : 

"Ob, sir. my loss might be endured— 
Could I only be sure tho office is good 

In which tho poor dear ia insured !" 



Teeth of PearJ. 

A pretty girl with teeth of pearl is always 
admired. Tbe pi etty girls of Ban Francisco 
must be careful not to buy "Diamond Tooth 
Paste" from peddlers, or any person but C. 
C. Keene at the music store, 105 Montgomery 
street. None other is genuine. 



No One to Blame. 

A house fell down on Sunday, killed one 
boy and severely injured two others. House 
was propped up on bits of scantling ; of 
course no one was to blame but the boy who 
sneezed and blew it over. 



Bella Union Theatre. 

Ella Wesner's new selections from her reper- 
toire. "Good aa Gold," "Give a Man a Chance," 
and "Captain De Boots." were received with im- 
mense applauBe. The Reynolds Brothers were 
• noored agaio aod again ; all tbe acta went well 
all the songs were well sung, and the audience 
were thoroughly well pleased, as will be those who 
get a seat at tbe Bella Union Theatre to-night. 



A disconsolate Oehkosher commenced pro- 
ceedings against a young lady for breach of 
promise but has been finally induced to 
compromise for S5. 

A Charleston swain who had been rejected, 
boldly became comatose by partaking of an 
ounce of laudanum. The oruel fair only 
laughed when she hoard of it. 



The delicate young ladies of Gotham find 
it necessary to play oroquet under tents to 
protect them from tbe sun. Their dear 
papas didn't use to hoe potatoes in that way, 

though. 

m _. 

The Only Place 

In this city for ladles' and gents' first-class 
boots and Bhoes is at F. X. East's, Nob. 322 and 
32i Bush street, opposite Alhambra Theatre. * 



The way for a man to truly Bucceed is to 
do what he thinks best worth Lis doiDg, in 
the way he thinks it ought to be done. Let 
him never step aside from his path, either 
for profit or praiBe, and he will have all the 
success that is possible to him, and all that 
is worth having. 



Sqaarza's. 
yreqaent attempts have been nude to imitate 

gqnarza'e famous liqueurs, but the. secret of his 
ingredients and method of mixture has never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar- 
za's Punches and the imitations Is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and flavor for 
years, while the latter spoil if not Immediately 
used. The Egg-nog Punch, If kept from one 
Christmas to anotner, opens as rich and 
delicious SB if freshly made. It is an arti- 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. The 
Horning comfort, Appetizer and Antl-Dyspsptie 
Punches are excellent at all seasons. 

A- Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to letthere. 
Tbe building 1b a very fine one and ia wel 
lighted and ventilated. 



PIONEER 



Save Your Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
era can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at tbe office, 123 Post street, for information. * 



William Horace JL.Inprn.rtl. 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste Impersonates is wonderful. Tho Cali- 
fornia Theatre is crowded, and between the 
plays a great many people go across tho street 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon, 
where they find whisky good enough for "a 
Major In the Ninth"— a good thing to take be- 
fore "a drive to tho Cliff House," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," "par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. Hermann is also 
also famed for his "bitter beer," which 1b JubI 
the thing for -'tbe upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro Saloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the California Theatre, * 



Theatre Comlqne. 

E. M. Hall met with a hearty receptioo on mak> 
iogbis first, appearance last night at tbe Theatre 
Comiqae, aod during tbe time be wns on tbo stage 
kept tbe aadleooo in continual good homo.- with 
his amusing bodes, hnmorous stories and capital 
banjo performances. He will appear ogam this 
evening, and the strong company of tbe Theatre 
Com i que will present a bill of extraordinary at- 
traction*. 

Picnic. 

There ia oolhing doll aboot a picnic got up by 
Frenchmen: tbsy of all others are the people who 
know how to enjoy themselves. On Sunday next a 
picoio will be given at New Saucelito by tbe Freoch 
Mutual Benevolent Socioty, which will certain!' 
be one of tbo most pleasant affairs of tho season. 



Plait's Hall. 

To-night, the venerable Elizabeth Oady Stanton, 
the most worthy of all the advocates of the right 
of suffrage for women, wilf deliver a lecture on 
• 'The NewBepnblic.*' 



Howard Street Skating Rink. 

This rink will be open oo Sundays hereafter. 
Afternoon and morning levees every day. Tbe 
new floor is perfeotion itself io its way. New 
ber'uners will receive particular attention. How- 
ard street, op osite New Montgomery, between 
Second and Third streets. 



Ann to n il Museum. 

The Florentine Venus is tbe admiration of all 
visitors, aod is one of the finest works of art in 
San Francisco, foe Dying Zouave is ao exquisite 
piece of mechanism; tbe De Onaililu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the ^> holder, and thousands of curiosities 
tooDomero:!; to mention, are on exhibition day 
and evening. 



Wbsvt Choer Xjati.Tid.ryt 

321 Leideadorff street, near Sacramento: 



Ladles* Fine Lasting Balmorals 

For $3, at F. X. East's Fushionable Shoe Store, 
Nob. S2C and 324 Bush street, opposite Alhambra 

Theatre. ■ » 

A. Popular Desideratum, 

Bin Francisco as Its population Increases is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are Bpringing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wisant & Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between tbe California and the Alham. 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Oysteb Saloon, where 
can be found oysterB of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable stylo. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after tbe thea- 
tres, is beautifully furnished rooms for ladles 
and families, end altogether it bids fair to be- 
the most popular institution in the oity. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Winant, who has 
been a wholesale ojster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that ot bis partner, Charley Haake, 
formerly of tho "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, la sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 



cn-ic ursTEB Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a most nnexcep ionable manner. * 



Flcnlcs-Callstoea-Seaslde. 

The new Summer styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "Thb" Hat Store, W7 Washington 
street, Is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It la onlv at "Thb" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of couree, everyone kuowb that 
"The" Hat Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny Btreet. The new Btylee are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. • 



Jnllcn Porrault, M.. I>., 

Physician and Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault'a stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientific meth- 
ods. Office 502 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Rooite 
9, 10 and 11. Consultations in English, French, 
German and Spanish, >g 



A young lady at Eichmoud commenced 
crying on the third of last month, and has 
not stopped yst ; and her father says Bhe can 
howl forever, but she won't get any two 
shillings out of him to boy a bustle. 



A Paris hatter, whose stock was riddled 
with bullets during the siege, now sells the 
damaged bats at fabulous prices as souvenirs 
of the war. 



Jfcilscbt Living ttt J-iOW Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, BoBton, where working 
men are BuppUed with dinners ata low cost 
per plate, but it neglects,to add that John Ke- 
gan's California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, within twenty paces cf 
the Bulletin office, terves better fare at lower 
cost every day in the year. What would tbe 
Bostonians think of a dinner composed of tho 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
andaglass of ice cream, all for 25 cents? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will cost 
ten cents more. These are the regular bill of 
fare charges atthe California £e&taurant. In 
fare how is that for high ? In price, how is that 
for low • 

■ • 

What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



Txxe JEHSxlr of "Xoixtli, 

For which the sages and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it in one of the choicest luxuries, and 
EmerBon Corvllle & Oo. are the dispensers of It 
at the noted Saddle Rock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too tote, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roaBt in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any Btyle your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, hut 
remain gloriouB forever. * 

Do You. Knowjana 

That with BmTEnicE'a Pattebnb you can cut 
and 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 Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



Silver JPlatixiyr. 

Articles from which the sliver has been worn 
ore received for ro platingby Haynes & Lawton, 
Market street, under tbe Grand Hotel. * 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE ASENT, 

SE&HOHER OF RECORDS AND OONVBT- 
ancer. — Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
dro, directly opposite the Oonrt HooBe. 

FARMS and UOMESTiADS lor sale atid to let 
in various parts of Alameda county. ap29 lm 



TO XjET. 

NEW PETALTJMA THEATRE 

Addiesa JP'Hir.LIP COWEN, 

Pets lam , 
Or apply to J. H- McCAlSE, 

oc*25 6m Theatrical Agent, San Francisco. 



jpiatxtos 

For Sal e o x- DFLoxxt;. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 

Diont of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from the best 
American nod European 
maau factories, for sale or to 
root on tbe most favorable 
terms. 

JU. (IRTAZ, 
80 O'Farrell street, near Market. 




LADIES! 

FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION, CAT L ON 
or address Mrs. A. B C„ No. 11 Harrison 
street, San Francisco. jnSlm 



CALANTHINE! 



W ANTED. 

A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 
oees by a cent.len.an speakins; Knelieh, French, 
Sparjish and Italian tluently. Is conversant with 
oommeroial operations, and can cive the best of 
references. Wonld accept a commission or travel- 
ing ageocv. Uus been three years in one house 
Address G. A., Figabo Office. jnStf 



M. KANE, 

DEALER IN WINES. LIQUORS AND Ci- 
gars, cor. Jessie and First streets. [joH lm 



SHIRT MANUFACTORY 



No. US? KEAKM STREET, 
ADJOINING THE WEED SeWINS MACHINE STORE 



(1 ENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MAPE TO ORDKR 
W and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman louke 
well with an ill-fitiinir shirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
the back and t voiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation lor making 

PERFECT-PITTING SHIRTS 

To order is well known. GentB' FurniBhing Goods 
at tbe lowest rate. 




P 



All our Shirts bsar th(B Trade Mark, and nono 
are genuine without it. We import onr own goods, 
manufacture our own goods, and sell none but our 
own goods. 

Tim low rates at which we execute orders bare 
secured the patronage of all cla««es. 

N. H.— Shins fitted with cew Bosoms and Culls. 



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(3. I»OI» 

8S7 EIAIXI 8TKEET, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sowing Maobioe Agency 
jo23 tf 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-OPENING OF THE DID AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROUTE, 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH 
Steamer CHIN DU WAN, hav-, 

ing elegant accommodations, bas been placed per- 
manently on tbe Creek Route between Sau Fran- 
cisco, Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, June 2Jth, leaving Broadway Wharf, Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 

San Franciece. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 On a. M. 7 00 A. if. 6 A. w. 

11 00 A. M. 10 lit) A. M. 

1 00 P. M. 12 00 M. 

4 SO P. M. 2 00 P. M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, which 
convey passengers to the University Grounds. 

The 'raveling public can rely on the CHIN DU 

WAN crossing without interrupt ion at the lowest 

stagesof tide. Fare Ten Cents. Freight at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations for tenuis. 

juWlm J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 




OGEAIff HOUSK 



THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING LEASED 
tbe Ocean House and Track for a term of 
j ears, and having engaged ; r> . i 

FIRST-CLASS COOES, STEWARDS AND 
BARKEEPERS, 

Is now ready to attend to tbo wants of all bis old 
friends who may favor him with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make bis guests comfort- 
able and bapp>. 

•ta-Speoial attention* will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling HorBes. 

Geo. yp. Bicitirxr, 

Bp29 tf "Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

..,.18 LOCATED AT.... 

•057 Wuihlntrton street) next Door to 
the Mull of JKecorda. 

^^ MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 
*5Wat the last Mechanic's Fair, for the best dk. 
a£HV play of Hats, both id etyle and quality. Cos- 
"• tomere will please remember that the di- 
ploma is placed in the window bo they cannot be 
deceived as to tbe place where to purchase the 
BEST HATB at tho OHFAPEST RATER. It 
the drat Hat Store below Kearny street. fe!6-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



TrnoLcsue Ann betiil. 
SO Tears' Experience 

o. ivrxjEiLEn, 

oPTiciijy, 

SOS Montgomery Street. Bon. Block 
iu23 tf | Sao Franoieoo. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr, 

MEDICAL ELFCTltKIAN, 
Proprietor of DR. BOURNE'S -well-known 

BATHS AND MA5KETIC BATTERY, 

I n MASONIO TEMPLR, POST STREET. 

X\J nesr Montgomery and Market, San Vranciaco, 
for the oure of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA, and other Nervous Oom- 

{itaintB, etc. Asabath for tbe b-altby, perfectly 
uxQ'iant, and. to purify the blood, unequalled. 
•W Tbe LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under the 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. ju71m 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 

It. is not in tho least actod upon by steel pens. 



REMOVAL. 

J.F. &H.H.SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding. 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sansome Btreets to their new 
fonr-fltory warerooms 

N.B— We wish to impress upon the public that 
we can make it to their advantage to cull and in- 
spect onr stock and prices before parcba&ing else- 
where. 

No. 312 PHVB STKP.CT, 

Between Mont g.im.-vy and Saiuome ate. 
jn9tf 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court JExchonge. Rear City 'Hull, 

■»- Hot Lunoh daily from IA to 2 p. m. Passen- 
gers' Stores pnt up at the shortest notice Sflap2Sjfi 



The Champion and Pivot-action 
Braces. 

THESE BRACES. IN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, have all tbe advantages of Sua* 
ponders and Sbonlter-Brncee combined. 

let.— They do not disarrange the shirt-bosom. 

2d.— They cannot *lip off tbe shoulders. 

3d — They give no strain on the breast. 

4tb. — Each Bection of thepauts can be adjusted 
independently. 

5th.— By means of tbe adjustable back-strap, a 
gentle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

6th.— Their ease and convenience commend then 
to everyone, and no person after ueing them will 
ever u-e the old- fashioned fu spenders Spain. 

Dtp-Patented October 10. 1865. Beware of infring- 
ing on these patents. For Bale by 

C. B. BXIKK. 
Sole Agent for the Pacific Ooast, »itt Markst 

Street., below Stockton, ban FranoiBOO. 

■tVTrade supplied at liberal discount. jn23 lm 



PJivsicians Ee coma 1 , end 
Ana over 500.000 Peoole endow 

HENLEY 



IXL BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY 'STOW' I 
derful TONIO. after a aeries or years and ex- 
periments, bas succeeded in bringing before) Ut 
public all that can be desired of a purs Tonioand 
Recuperator. 

Headache, Biliousness and Constipation, ge&tial < 
Debility ard Loss of Appetite all are caused by ( 
the derangement of the Stomach, Liver and other 
functionaries of the system. The IXL Bitten 
have been successfully used and are warranted to i 
alleviate the sufferer in all the above cases. 

H. EPSTEIN & CO., 

Successors to L. GK OSS & CO Sole Proprieto 
Of Dr. Henley's IXL Bitters. 

510 Front ktreet. Son Francises. 
7 X.P, S.ulle atreet. Chicago, HI. d»Jr 



FAVORITE VA1LEJ0 ROUTE I 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD I 



- AND STEAWER CAPITAL* 

Summer An-angement. 
SHORTEST AND MQ.ST~CDMFORTABLE LINE. 

Saving SO Utile* In Dlatnnce. and 3 boors 

In time to BXuryevllIe and 68 
J" •» * Mll«a to Sacramento. 
Banning: Pulnce Curs, equipped with Mil- 
ltr'» Safety Platform and Couplers* 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) eio> 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Fait 
press. On Sunday, one Express each war. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
Leaves Front street. Wharf, San Francisco, at 8 AJC. 
connecting at Vallejowitb cm a of California Piutine 
Railroad, by which passengers arrive at Snornmenio 
at 12:15 P. m„ Marysville at 2:15>. M., and Callfllor* 
at 12:45 p, m.; also leaves San i'mncieco at 4 p. M-, 
by which passengers reach Sacramento at 8:16 P. 
M„ Marysville at 9:30 p. M.. and Oalistogaat1:iS 

GOING SOUTH t 

Morning Express Trains leaveB Marysville at eit 
A. M., Sacramento at 7:3') A. M., and Calistoga at 
7:30 a.m., arriving at San Francisco at 11:30 a.m. 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marysville at I r. 

C„.... _i ■ 'i.lri-,., .. I /-1-l!.i -.1.14 



SXIXI>AT TRAINS ANB BOAT. 

Sunday Express Train leaveB Marysville at 10:15 
A. M., Saoramento 2:30 P. M., and OalietogaatSP. 
M.. arriving at San Francisco at 6:45 p. m. 

Stfamor CAPITAL, on Sundays lsavW 
San Francisco at 8 :30 A. M. ; passengers arriving at 
Yallejoat 10:15 A. m„ Sacramento at 1:45 p. at, 
MaryBville at. 5 p.m., and Calistogaat 12:40 r.K 
Returning, leaves Vatlejo on arrival of trains front 
Oalistogaand Marysville at 5 p. u., arriving at Ban 
Francisco at. fi:45 P. M. 

Procure tickets at 30fi Montgomery street or en 
board tho Steamer CAPITAL. Baggage called for 
and checked from residences, hotels, etc., by th* 
8. F. Baetratrp Express Company. 

l. o. Fowler. r. s. mattisoit, 

Gen'l Freight and Pans. Ag't. Superintendent* 

Vallejo. May 6th, 1871. my9 tl 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 

It flows freely from the pen, and is the beet 
in use. 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THB WORLD-EENOWKKD 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PA01FIO RAILROAD TO 
Mokelumne Station, Peek ft Oo's Stage List 
Concord Coaches from Mokelumne Station to Big 
Trees, leaving San Francisco at 8 A. m. every day, . 
Btopping over night at Mokelumne Hill, and arrlT- \ 
ing at Big Trets at 12 M. next day. Returning, 
leave B g 'frees at 2 p.m.. Btopping over nigfat at 
Mokelumne Hill, leaving next morning at fi^, aod 
arriving at Mokelnmne 8'ation next day in titro to 
take the WeBtern Pacific Railroad trains East nnd 
West, arriving at San I'ranoisco at 5 p.m., making 1 
the roond trip In 2 days and 10 hours. 

F A KK; 

HokelnMne Station to JBIe? Trees....* 9 I 
KoondTrlp 1« | 

r-For farther particulars, apply to 

P. H. K£AH~, Agent, 
ju271m No. 688 Clay street, San Francis**. 



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California Theatre Comnany. 

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..Mine MuW 

-Mm Jipmbm TtioBtpwo 

MtMJataBMSUlil*? 

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.. . . Chae. Reed 

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T. H.8taclair 

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t »•» -Plan- - Drawlai Room 

I n.fc- Baxki Pataaaav*. 1<- A *llnc to Htjnc 

■*i» Tmni OP IPOIXO, 



OAfMtrBBBt fa|U 



., m. Jos Mrm-nT 



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in* Fare* BBttlMMl 



IARRIACE AT ANY PRICE 



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■ John T. Raymond 

W. A. MMUfcr 

W H Sf.H^Mni'L 

. J. 8 Torreoce 

A.T 8i«w*rt 

M;m Dickia t.iacard 

Vi'iMi'A. 
MiM Jaoci- Thorn [won 



Taa TrtnB *•%.*• *f ,, Tli- lira.-. «l ■ tarvaey.*' ard . 
■»•**•.<• Irian. Jl«. hi Hfi •>»• «i« Jo.. Harak,. 
AM Marnny '• Fiwa. 

Mi'i' m ftaVrcanB ... i»» i i< in hi w n 

1 1 BvaW hi. | mi-trlla. «. A Ja*«a4.rk avMMBBal 
lajMlpinl • ■>.-. Snaf- Pnl ma in my Lull* Stink.*') 
!■ which he wilt mad 
• a4wm«Mlwf aj| (riiBUt) Alto. I ha old fs- 
vnritan. |,BtB Aaaonat ine lloaa-a. ud Ah. th<- Rr-M-b 
fans l^»Mi Rt-nnrh one «ni- llnrn Oiti. After whi.-h 
fc. w.JI mehsa eoapltu chui* from VVbiu to Black in a* 
•Woa.de, \d,'. in.re.lin tail 

BthlopUa Bpeolall lea. 

Thr Hmw Jackrr (wttta .tv.ut.oni of > hora»riea). 
Mid hUoaUbrmtaw Bonr Nolo. 

J. IT HARDIE 
...J. II Vinson 

.Ed. Percy 

Frank Rea 

.John Woodard 
..Geo. Hinckley 
..J. C. MagHirf 

Mr. Jnmp W. C. Dudley 

Tc in lticket R. Swift 

Stair A. Orthim 

MRS. F. M. BITES 

MIrs SalilP Hinckley 

MiM Jennie Mandeville 

Miss Somen 

. .Miss* Susie Sonle 
...Mrf. Frank Rea 



ilrwit VAT ola.AroaM.a1 

" "►,"» OBaftwBBBl 
BMoww I 

MWE. LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPIL* 

'• Boar* A i", 

laLeB T7«o, 'Wm*\. Uoury ' 

lafta I 
•wftwaBtfBBtwBBIrr i « Rm, 

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CoeNl 



TRACT RANDALL, a wolf to the fold.... 

Captain W»]dro, D. 8. N 

A moa Wire back, "in ImalneM for hlmaelf 
8lilT«r«. a Contraband dealer.... 

Nnbblen, the Bully 

Chai. Waldro, ayoonft man la love 



Mr. Hop., 



Simon R. A. Wilton 

Mr. Skip H. Coltcn 

Ewt. Dr. Morlln(t..C. Aukuer 

Bu«ty Bob W. Rlcbarda 

ELENOR. the discarded one. 

Llllie Wtldro, her ale tar 

Fanny Smart | wttb Song) 

Madge 

Laura Freeman. t..e Doctor'* daughter. 

Mother Kit, who ahows ber claw- 

Harry Miss DeaTes j Blanche... .La Petite Darling 

Ptcniclfet0, g-aeata. louDger*. etc 

SATURDAY. July IStb— 

GRAND HELP MATINEE. 



I Pwwaiw fa/owwtar 

BdaoJ an d Dane*. 

Where the Klowem Blush anil Bloom 

JIMKT HtTRFBT. 



■ ■■!•* 



A.M.. I..M.r 



rifier. Mlnnlr. wit. 

E- lyi- H AJ^L^ndJiiliB ^B A N J O 

HtBhlond Flltia; Mloa BUnehc 

»■»"« FToBltTN 

Tlie K'Im.pm.I ConvIotAi. 

Jak* Wallieo.^ Law Tartar Tnm Roaa 



Violin Nolo Prof. Pant II.. ....... 

Ballml ■VAttlwai 



MMI JOPI7. %M> III It 1*1 1MI.S |% im lie 
I.UIMi f»T\TI t s 



dinrnrtrr None 

riot* Dnnrf 

Voctit -flraii 



Root Ilumnil 

.llmmv Mnrphy 

Fitnn> Wrlntir 



ETHIOPIAN ECCENTRICITIES! 

Jaka Wallaeo and Law Parkar 



ltt;iii1lfiil Bnlliida I.1//I.- Ilnrnw.n 

IwoWJ I>nnre Ml*. Itl.ui. h. 

Oeni of Onitl li . imiil Annie l.timar 

To conclude with 

The Hotel Runners! 

Runner No I Law Parker 

Runner No. ? Jake Wnllaoo 

New Arrival Jimmr Murphy 



Admlaalun , Twenty-five Ceo t ■ 

Doors open at >. Performance to commouoe at is'-i. 



• i wlih imp rioHlaaj On in. -»! n|r r-r\ 

itrwaBM 

"•ME LOVES US BOTH SO WELL!" 

Clewrffr* ond < hnrlra BrinoMa. 

- 

CLOSET SCENE FROM HAMLET! 

.lallae Brown. aC- lorod A mat* Mai K*llr 

the Manacer... lUrrr Tbc«Raoa 

i fl Tarlor 

I'a '.' 

Spaaltb Ballet Dance. 

"LA 3VE^.I3l^.!" 

By Mieaoa Mar I-mr. Fanny ObiibIBBB. Kally Henry, 
Mmnie Fillmore. Joeepnlne. Brewar. 

Overture Orchaatra 

The Lively Hakr Frnnk Jeaea 

« iilklna In th<- Kuln Blnnrhr Kwllw 

Miss Ella Wesner 

In her Sonffi, 

"Paving the Way," "Racketty Jack," and 
"Champagne Charley." 

Duet Minnie Corbyn and Blitar 

THAT BOT'S A NUISANCE! 
That Boy Geo. Raynolda I Profeeaor of Banjo. T. Brao 

Overture Orchaatra 

Comic Bon<r Harry Thompaon 

FitncrJie- Mist Jnsepblno 

Fanr-.y Dance May Leroy 

Balled Minnie Fillmoro 

ConolndloK with 

A ROUGH NICHT OF IT I 

II nnery and without steep Ceo. Reynolds 

A.'tDt.or Business Man Frank Junes 

NOVELTIES CONIINC FROM THE EAST 



Eureka Range 

The best Cooking Appa- 
ratus now In the market, 
k Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
Economica l In Fuel, and 
Handsome in Design. It 
gives univ ersa l satisfac- 
tion. Try \tT~ 

FOR BALI BY 

LOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

«U: ll...4 11IB.u. n Mmi. [tl 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Cutting 
HEADQUARTERS, 

son Montgomery it., 




MRS. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKER, 
riBBT PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

■nel to Ma. SM Kearny street. 
Boom Ho. ». R.cond Floor. 



*J»H» ' 

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D. HICKS & CO., 
BOOK-BINDERS 

All lUM-lOOI MANUFACTURERS, 
BlTo. 048 Ca»y Street, 



■OHCO, 

Aa4 •• a itrect, • U'uaiu. no8-« 



h raltaff'i Caiaictl Writing Fluid. 

It does not corrode or clog the pen. 



ttMBflf. LODGING HOUSE. 

,- ymSLT FUHSI8UED BOOMS, 8IN- 
I tl, or lu .oil*. 

W.ll U|tM u« Teatll»t«d. 
IBooBUtekk Lodriojwlth 
I.I.HiMBB. BtlL&niO, 
*»»lt« * 



DINNER, 

DESSERT,!! BREAKFAST, 

....AND..., 

TEA 
SETS. SETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

KleKaot Staupea. ITS Pieces 8C3 OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

1SU Plecea 915 OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

SS Piece. 930 eo 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

•T Ptccea 91s OO 

Silver-plated Service, 

1 Beat Castor ) 

1 dozen each Tea and ( -- «,.„_. __- __ 
Table Spoons { * % -"■««■.... Ml OO 

1 dozen Medium Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

("With Pearl White HOO OO 

I With French China yuooo 

GUARANTEED FIR8T-0LASS GOODS, and 
packed or delivered FRBB OF OHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pine Street, 

jo".! •>« FRANCISCO. 



Armory Skating Rink, 

II u «vurd Ntreet, neur Second. 



THE MANA- 
gerH take preasura 
in ADDOQDOing 
that after buvine 
a large force of 
carpenters at 
work, their 

New Floor 

la completed I »nd 
alsotbattb.Rlok 



OPEN STJU E1AYS. 

ju2lllw TIZINA * AMES. 




TO TBI L.OVKIIS Or 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



Posters 



and Programmes 



Printed 



Cheap 



At ISterkttV. 533 Clay street. 




THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

• TTOBuar at UA.-W, 

(A.o«.t Frugal.,) 

ROOM HO. •, HOB. Tie AMD TIB afOeTT- 
!■» .it .tr»»t. Mat .Id. (o..r Puk. Baloon), 
tatwaaa WHaiaiua aod JmUov <i apW 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNPR OF OOMMEROlAL AND LEIDE8- 
dorff Btroeta, having been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new Hitting room added iu lront, is 
now ready to receive LndfferH by the duy, week, or 
mnnth, at the LOW PRICE of «rt, 1KTW and 
aOc. BY THE NIGHT, and BY THE WEKK. 
Si SO to We and K3 -•iS-for Sinele Rooms. All 
tho rooms are furniehed with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. I bo House cud Beds are kept thoroughly 
olean and free from morqnitos. 

Bftv HOUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT. Peraons llv- 
ins in or vialtinir t be city will nod this one of the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

EALNTON A COTTRELL, 

apft lm Proprletora. 

W- A. HUGHES, 

SIS Clay atreet. between X.eIdeadora* and 
Snn.onae. 

KEEPS THE BED, 

"A. A. A.. WHX8KET,' 

Marrlan'a No. 3 Ale, 

BBBWED BXP BE8BL T FOB OAI. , "0RNIA. 

Lore, aaaortraen.. of Fra.ob Bran., 1 , Sootob 

Ifb'.kj. " ' " 



CHARING 



PLACE IN T01 

sooiaty is at tho 

4* 



SALOON! 



BOO Ulaalon atreet, bet. Second and New 
Mo M t go n.cry. 

Eveiry &atui">tlcxy lNig-lit. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8::.o SHARP. 

N. B.— Aspaoious Olub Room to let for one or 
two nights a week, with every convenience for 
bund Practice, Club meetings, etc. Manic furn- 
ished for parties. 

mv*tO HOLLA KD A. EAGLES, Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian Jurkish 

— AXD — 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladies and Gentlemen* 

Fl*. -".- B Pacific atmn 

11HJC BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO IB. 
. tabllshmecfcof the kind, either in Enropaol 
America. Convenient and separata apartment*'. 
Bathing by Eteam, by Hot Air, and by Plata al 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooma 1b tba aaisl 
bolldins for privato pat.leota. la 33 lot 



HAS REMOVED TO 



Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp. old office. 




GLORIOUS VICTORY t-FIRST 
Premiums and Silver Medals award- 
ed to FUGAZI fc» ORIENTAL OIL 
HAIR DYE, at the San Francisco 
Fairs in 1SK4, 'ftf and '(M); at Sacra- 
mento in 1863. '6.5. '66. '67 and '70: also 
at Stockton arjiA Mnrysville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye Is the best, simplest, 
easiest applied in the world. Work 
done in afew seconds; En twenty minutos no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be seen. Free from Sugar 
Lrad, Lao Sui-rnnn, or otlur poisonous, bealth- 
destroyics drngs used in other hair prepanvions. 
One application, natural brown : two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equals tbta Oil for tbe Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. KUGAZI. K street, near 
Third, Sacramento; HUG & SCHMIDT, f&t Com- 
mercial at., San Francisco; GATES A RHODES. 
San Jose. Ask your druggist for It. my. tf 



NAPAJBODA. 

THE WATl'KAL WATER am TAJKJBJf 
FROM THE SPRINGS AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
nsed for the past thirteen years, with the most 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuable 
properties, as will be Been by the following 

Annlysls of the IVspa Sodu Sprlnga. 

By Dr. L. Lanzweeut, Practical Chemist, May. 

Temperature, F&hr «S 

Reeidium from Evaporatlon;in ^-gallon, grs. ...17 

Bicarbonate of Soda .3 38 

Carbonate of Magnesia 63 

Carbonate of Lime % 72 

Chloride of Sodium 1 30 

Subcarbonate of Iron 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Silicooua Aoid 

Alumina IS 

Loss... 62 — 17 r- 

Wo. the undersigned, pbysioians, practicing la 
the city of San Francisco, have examined the re* 
salt of the unalysls made by Dr. Lanzweert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of tbe water from tho Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The water, aocording to this ex- 
amination, poseessos Aperient Antacid and Tonia 
properties, which cannot fail to be very benefloinl 
in the treatment, of Cbronio Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: H. M. Gray, M. D.; Arthur B Stont, M. D.| 
J. P. Whitney, M. D. : A. F. Sawyer, M, D. ; Chan. 
Bertody, M. D. : Wm. O. Ayres, M. D. 

B9~T/orsale at all saloons throughout the city 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly exa 

outed at the NapaScida Agenoy, 1X4. SUTTER 

STREKT. 

ju20tf T W. FKNM. Agent 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 



I. W. TABER, 

Art and Photographic Gallery 



Nn, IS Hantiontry atreet. 

FP0S1TE MASONIC TBMPUs.-THlS NEW 
- and alegant eiUblisbrasnt la now compute 
In all ite appointments, possessing svery -regalBlta 
for sxoallsnoa in Photographic Art, lfti lm 



O 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

SCB Bfont«omerr atreet, corner | n a, 

ROBERT MATERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A Novel tj — tF.-pnmene Napkins, 

and Chinese Baek Seratehers. 

AMERICAN WITCHES, CALA. DIAMONDS 

IbW Bra Bra im 



F. MAN8ELL & CO., 

HOUSE. 8I0N AND ORNAMENTAL 



41S Hal BT>MT. 



CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMWRSaRF! MONITH SEA LIOM ! 

Elegant Sreakfaiti, Lnnohei, Din- 
neri and Snppen 

BRIXB TOCB W ITK I 

BBDIS TODS FA MILT 

mmuia tour l»^i ramiu 

An anjo, a rlnr of th. flnat OOSan PaxomAlU 

In th. wnola world, all In ai«ht of th. 

world-racwn^ 

eoiisan qatbi 

With . nMt of whit*-wtnrMl auamm .nUrln 
from a,ary part of th. MmmotaUl world. 

■VrNaw Lin. Bnaaaa, couuartiB, with Btraa 
Oar. at Lona Honnteln arerr 18 Blnnta, haraaft. 
for th. OIK Bona.. raraiiaiMf. 



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9ub!ifthM »:3rr d*,, «cep* flM^r. *r 
J JP_ BOQABDtTS 
— ax— 
rcS»nt 8t. «ad S3S Wubingtoa St 

B«low Monuomarr Bl.ok. 

WEDNE6DAY JULlf 12, 1871 



TO HOTEL KEEPERS. 

"flvn," •■ ■«!!«' «"T mornlni to 
.U tho howl. •» tho PoclOe Cut. Pr. 
prKMor. or «« holtl. who hoTO not jot 
neel.cd II will ho»o It forwarded «*eo 
at ekarxo on »oo«ll«l ■• their «Jcli-c.». 



FI9AR0 ON THE CM.*. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

ne&ilO la thoroughly distributed ev 
• ryduvnn the cur- of the California Pr- 
elate Kollroad. Icuvlug Hunivllle for 
Vallejo *ufcd Sum Frunclieo at 1 o'e'.och 



FIGARO ON THMUKUND BOATS. 

MO " Flffuroi" .r« dlatrlboled on the 
Oitkluod Ferry bout- every afternoon, 
mostly annDE the pu.teuiteri arriving by 
the (Tcul On-rluud Train. 



FIGARO ON THE VAILJJJ BOAT. 

BOO "Flraro." are distributed every 
4 ay aumobb the paiMDicn on the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to thli city. 



FIGARO ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

••Fli-aro" U elrcalated every day on the 
ear. of the Southern Pacific K. B. which 
leave San Joae for thli elty at 3:S0 P.M. 



••Flsynro** Is clrenlated every day at 
the Skatlnn Kink. 



Tke Home for a Poor Han. 
A 8™' many people now-a-daya, becaupe 
: ^ rjg^ a cannot, as he could in '49, make 



mgts 



teveo and eight times as high as 



thoee rtUa ' n ^ e Eastern States and Europe, 
grumble-aad ».V California ia no home for 
a poor nrtn, 1^° T do not refleot tbat u 
wages have oeme tV. ,wn so have P rice8 ' A 
•man can board cheaply, "d he can certain- 
ly drees like a gentleman b»: ** . unaz,nsly 

naall snm. Snits of clothes cot J n tne new " 
est fashion and made in the very ta. ' man " 
ner, can be bought at a most reason*.. 
price, of Pordy A Litchfield, at the corner 
/3i Washington and Sansome streets, one 
; Mock from the Post-office. Remember this 
i when y oq next go for your letters. 

Oar An strati An Letter. 

We give np a Urge portion of our space 

to-day to an interesting letter from oar -M>' 

bourne correspondent, containiD'" _* 

connt of theatricals in all - , f .. a . „ B 

, . , . ,/arts of the Ans- 

Mud calon.ee, hirf ^ ^^ of Mr 

oopm. mb» Mm8 btn wilh Charlea 

"^ *° . has now got himself into a bad 
"^*\* by pitching into the public for not 
supporting him better. There is a moral in 
this for managers in all parte of the world, 
and we hope they will appreciate it. 



The ftuatlc Window Shade 
Is SHperior to any in market for cheapness, 
finish and durability, manufactured by Holle- 
han k Bur bridge, 017 Mission, near corner of 
Hew Montgomery street. • 

Gar and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. F. B. B., besides 
attending to the dally distribution of Figaro 
among the passengers thereon, supplies tbem 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at Ban Francisco prices. • 



Tri* Howe Sewing Machine 

And Butterlok's Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location, * 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
no. bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Shabeb k Co., 
TOT Market street, near Third— the best place In 
town to boy furniture and bedding. x 



To tne TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 633 Kearny 
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LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA. 

rraoat oca BEGULan cobbisposdzm.; 

MaxBouaxE, M.yMth. B1L 
Drab Figaeo:— Since my lait communication 
to yoo. the theatrical world bis been in a perfect 
hubbub of "toll and trouble." Events hard crowd- 
ed to thick noon m that 1 am afraid I must exceed 
my usual limit In gives yon merely an outline of 
then f will first deal with bard fa:ti-the aoiual 
ioiDS) at our place* of amusement. 
THE obasd ortBA 
at the Princess Theatre has been a most undoubt- 
ed sacce.*. and rausett the highest credit on Mr. 
Wm Saorin Liettr. the directo*. for bis pnbltc 
spirit and enterprise in eogaciag so large and tal- 
ented a company. Sigoori Cagli and Pompei's 
Operatic Troope.aa they are styled, openei to a 
crowded house on the l'th last., in Verdi's " Cn 
Ballo in Mascbera,- and acaiered a great and last- 
ing snoceas, the obaraoUrs being sustained in tho 
most efficient manner. Signor Bosnati. the tenor. 
was Bicardo ; Signor Colira. Benalo ; Signor Dondi, 
Samuel; Signor Graodi. Tomaso: Adelia, Signora 
Rosaralee ; Kdgar, the Page, Sigaora Giolia Tam- 
borini Coy; and the Gipsy. Ulrica, by Sienora 
Luigi Poili. Oo the following oijtbt the Italian 
version of "Martha" waa produced, in which Sig- 
nori Coy. Toornerie and S. Grandi appeared, and 
strange to say. failed to attract eren a fair audi- 
ence: bat on the following evening the Opera 
Uonse was crammed in all parts and witneesed a 
presentation of "Locrefla Borgia" which, for lyno 
and blsiriocio talent. h«a never been equalled in 
this hemisphere. The attraction of the evening 
wis the first appearance of Signora Margherita 
ZenoDa as the Uacoess, The peiiormince wm a, 
perfect triumph from beginning to end. The 
orim» donna i* i-oseeased of talents of Bnper-excel- 
lenoe: ner histrionic powers in this part are nearly 
caual to those of Mme. Lacy Escoit, and her lyric 
powers are on an equality with tnose of the gifted 
Signora Karatti. fne other parts in the opera 
wore sustained by Signori Dondi, Kosnati and 
Graudi. with Signora follio asOreini. Tnen fol- 
lowed Rossini's opera, "II Barbiere de Seviglia. 
and it is admitted on all sMea that we have never 
bad bo perfect a representation in this colony. It 
served to introduce t-e prima donna mezzo soprano 
ol the company in the role of Rosina, wbicn was 
sustained uy Signora AngustaOjrtisi with consid- 
erable archness, vivacity, and flexibility of vocali- 
zation &nd stamps ler as an artist of the highest 
excellence; the little part of Bertha also intro- 
duced Signora Luigia Tournerie. in which sho waa 
very successful. '1 he opera "L Elisire d Amors 
was the next pioduced; it waa not. however, as 
successful, though the boose was crowded, lhis 
evening "Faust" is to be played, to be followed by 
"il J'rovatore" and "Don Giovanni." 'l he season, 
which is to laat six weoks longer, has begun in a 
most anepicions manner, and with every prospect 
of pecuniary and hiatro-Iyrio success. Sydney will 
be viaitad at the conclusion of the Melbourne 
eeason. 

THE4TBE BOTAL. 

Business at thiB house has been very indifferent— 
the attendance, however, has been quite equal to 
the quality of the entertainments presented. A 
drama entitled "The Star Chamber," a play of 
"shreds and patches." failed to draw, and was re- 
placed with Andrew Holiday's adaptation of the 
' Old Curiosity Shop;" the scenery for which, by 
Mr. John Hennings, waa really splendid, and was 
in fact the only attraction in the presentation; the 
limited company oauaing several of the characters 
to be placed in the hands of inferior artiste— no- 
tably that of the Marchioness, by Miss Maggie 
Siewait, which waa a most egregious and utter 
failure. There was also a most indiscriminate dis- 
-ibution of the other oharaoters, among even the 
*- actors in the company, reminding me mucb of 
beet, ' oegs ia square holes." Mr. Howe played 
"roona . 'father; Mr. Harwood. Quilp; Mr. 
toe Grant. -„ Brass; Mr. Greville, DiokSwivsl- 
Ro«er9,Samp»* "douin made a hit as Little 
ler. Miss Julia - -ay be said of the Mr;. Jar ley 
Nell, and the eoiae a. '— u«h with "Black-Eyed 

of Mrs. W/ooldridjIB. Aiw. "''day's play was 

Susan" as »ae atl*f£>.aoe ( h—« " of Pari b" 

witbdr.- oB TridaT laat, the "»arjj<>- „ 7, -w» 

ij the "American Coasin." It is stated that .- 
Auenst next, this house will be closed for several 
weeks, to admit of such alterations being made aa 
a-e required by the Government offijials in the in- 
terests and regarding the safety of the public in 
the matter of euflicient exlte and entrances. Dur- 
ing this temporary recsaa the company will occupy 
the Coardsof the Bsymarket Theatre. 

ST. OIOBQE'S HALL 
has been tenanted by the clever magician and musi- 
cian, Mr. Bobert Heller, whose performances are 
certainly far above those of any other performer 
we have had here in this line of business. A2-ble 
and gentlemanly In his demeanor, courteous and 
obliging in bis manner?, dexterous and expert in 
his sleight-of-hand performances, and one of the 
best pianists who has ever yet visited us, he has 
anooeeded in establishing himself as a favorite 
of the highest rank in this city. He la most ably 
aasisted by Miss Haydee Heller, who baa been 
known in this colony for some time as the best ex- 
ponent of second-sight extant. She has, however, 
during the past fortnight, shown the possession 
of hiatrionio talent that no one previously would 
havo given her credit for. In a series of "Ani- 
mated Pictures," she has given imitations of 
several of the artists who appeared in the late pre- 
sentation of "The Grand Duchess." Her mimicries 
of the peculiarities of the principal singers then 
engaged are really wonderful, and well deserved 
the applause bestowed upon her performances. 
They closed tbeir final season in Melbourne on 
Saturday night; and after a tour through the 
suburbs, provinces and the other colonies, they 
will visit India en root* for England. 

HTAMABKET THEATBE. 

This house has been a source of attraction for 
some weeks past. The performances of Weston 
and Feuillade's Minstrels have been of such a 
popular character, that large and appreciative 
audiences have been the order of the day, or 
rather night. The company has lately been 
strengthened by the retarn of Mr. Frank Hussey 
from Bydney. and has among its number Messrs. 
Feuillade. Weston, Hussey. Holmes, Campbell, 
Rogers, Montagne, johnny Cowan and Sallie 
Lloyd. Next week. Mise Blanche Clifton (Mrs. F. 
Hussey) is to appear in a series of illustrated na- 
tional songs and ecenas- Mr. Henry Hallam and 
Tom Rain ford will probably join this crowd 
Bbortly. They will boa great acquisition and at- 
traction— the former gentleman is a splendid tenor 
singer. 

THE LOXDOK Mrt>:C HALL, 

after the failure of the Judge and Jury Club, un- 
der the presidency of the well-known "sport, 
Dicker Hamilton, has returned to the concert hall 
business. The company consists of Wi=a Mills 
Parker. J. J. Daniels. Letville, Frank Lloyd, J. 
Black, Griffeths, Munyard, Frill and George Colli- 
more. 

THE rOLLOSECM 

ithoot exception, the vilest den in this city_ 
and is only mentioned to show that the man. 
Charles Wright, is still able to bitflie the endeav- 
ors of the lovers of law and ordor. His latest 
dodge is to opon tho place as a coffee lounge on 
Sunday evening. 

THE WAX WOBES. 

This show is really one of the sights of Mel- 
bourne, and reflecte tbe highest credit on the en- 
terprise and ability displayed by Mr. Krestmayer 
and his worthy and clever little wife. Theraaie 
over three hundred well-executed figures— tbe 
latest add tion being those of tbe Princess and 
Marquis of Lome. 

THE THEATBICAL 310KOPOLT 
with which this town has been cursed for tbe last 
two years is now about to be broken up. There 
is no doubt whatever tbat under the regime of 
Messrs, Harwood. Stewart. Hennings and Coppin 
tbe drama has been degraded, actors and. actresses 
of repute and talent starved out of the countiy ( 
and tbe most miserable apologies for artists pitch- 
forked into positions of responsibility at thirty 
and forty shillings a week. At length "a change is 
coming o'er the sp'rit ol tho dream," and it occurs 
thiewi&e; Mr. Coppin. who has nevsr tak>-n any 
active part in the management of the Theatre 
Royal, having engaged tne Zavistowaki Sisters 
from your State, naiurally wished tbat tbey should 
apptar&t the Royal : l lie active partners refused to 
concede to very liberal terms made by him : conse- 
quently they. force tim to open in opposition — a 
course of action tbat all trust will take plaoe. 
Tbe arrengem^nta pending (if not already con 
eluded) are. tbat tbe Zav^stowcki Sisters shall on 
tbeir arrival in Sydney play there at the Opera. 
House. At the conclusion of the opera eeason 
hare the boards of the Princess Theatre will be 



occupied by these talented ladies and the Sydney 
company, which will accompany them. 

MB. GEOBQE OOPriM 
is certainly the most enterprising caterer for our 
amuaementa wa have ever had. When in manage- 
ment, liberality characterised hia actions, both 
before and behind tbe curtain. A thorough man 
of businsss. a t lever actor, and genial man of the 
world, as be is, be has, however, placed himself la 
an exceedingly fa'se position. On the first of this 
month acomplimeotary benefit was given to him 
at the Theatre Royal ; an immense programme wa s 
offered, and the demand for tickets so treat that 
it waa extended to tbe following evening. Both 
nights were hamper bouses. So far so good. Now 
Mr. Coppin considered it neoessary to make a 
speech, and aa hia apeeohas are generally so genial 
and humorous, tbey have always besn received 
with great enthusiasm. His address on this occa- 
sion, however, waa a perfect failure, and has met 
with the condemnation of all sorts of people. He 
actually trie tended the miserable management of 
Harwood A Co. It baa been a well-known and too 
apparent fact for some months past that the com- 
pany engaged at the Koyel haabeen (aa a whole) 
the m*t incompetent that has ev^r appeared on 
the boards of that theatre; that tbe management 
has been the most penurious, unpopular and illib- 
eral that has aver held tho rcignB of government 
in that establishment, presenting the works of the 
immortal bard with a cast of characters unworthy 
even tbe Bowery in New York. Knowing all this. 
it is utterly incomprehensible that Mr- Coppin of 
all men should advocate tbe miserable cheese- 
paring policy pursued by Har*ood A Co. Butao 
it was. Ho marte an attempt at defense, ana in 
tbe end got the worst of the argument. The 
papers came down on him vory hot; be replied to 
the strictures of tbe Argus, and made matters 
woree. His ill-judged addre:s was a staggerer for 
hia many friends; many subjects wore touched 
upon in which the public really have no interest, 
and one especially was so nnbu»ine8B-lilte, injudi- 
cious and unprofessional, that we can hardly won- 
der at the hornets' nest he has raiaed about his 
eare. In alluding to the supposed losses sustained 
by the firm In tbe engagement of stars, he aaid : 

Mr. and Mrs. Bandmaon's second engagement 
imposed a serious loss upon the treasury. They 
played "Romeo and Juliet" to £30, the "School for 
Scandal." £30. "Muoh Ado About Nothing, ' £20. 
Mrs. Gla'latane— also a lo*in« engagement— played 
ia "Much Ado About Nothi-g" to £20. "Eliza- 
beth." £37. "Man and Wife," £33. Mr. J. B. Howe, 
aiother losing engagement, although acknowledg- 
ed by tbe Press and the public to be a most tal- 
ented and versatile aotrr, played "Hamlet" to £'-1 
Tbe comedy of "Not Snob a Fool as He Looks," 
with an excellect cast of characters, resulted in a 
loss of £150 in one week. 

Mr. B. W. Bayliss, the agent for Mrs. Glad- 
stone, took exception to this portion of the ad" 
dress and thus replies: "For instance, Mr. Coppin 
aays that "Man and Wife" was played to £30, but 
be omits to state that tbe average nightly receipts 
of tbat piece during the three weeks it was played 
was about £63." Mr. Bsyliss also touched on other 
matters in a very warm manner and received from 
Mr. U f pin a stinging reply in return. This affair, 
from tbe delivery of the speech to the present 
time, from the number of letters and articles writ- 
ten, forms a very interesting episode of the theat- 
ricals of the present day in Australia. 

ant. C..E. HOBSLET. 
tbe eminent composer, is about to visit yonr 
States on his way back to England. He is a musi- 
cian of very high talents. Hie oratorio of "David" 
and the oautata "Euterpe," composed for tbe 
opening of the Melbourne Town Hall, stamp him 
at once as an artiste worthy eqoality with Baife. 
Macfarren, and Stonedale Bennett. At present 
he is on a professional tour throngb tbe Western 
district with Madame Hildebraod. and Messrs. 
Hallam and Rainford. 

MGXS. ASD MME. SIMONSON, 

have also formed a company for a tour through 
the country. At present the troupe consisting of 
Madame Simonson, soprano; Percy Easdown, 
oontralto; Edward Farley, basso; Barry O'Neil 
Comiqae; Martin Simonson, violinist, and H, 
King, Jr., are in the West, en route for Adelaide. 

MB. CHAS. LASCELLES, 
who first came to the co'.ooies with Mme. Anna 
Bishop some time since, has since his connection 
with Lysters Opera Company, established him- 
self a favorite, both as a buffo singer and chorus 
mastsr, l3inv 9D j aBD tien with Miss Lucy Cham- 
bers, Mrs. Lambert, a splendid contralto ; and Mr. 
r-'ta. tottar shortly on a tour through the prov- 
inces e.'^oforte recitals and selections from 
the "GrandDuchsli." art to bs the staple of their 
performances. Mr. L«^)le"* P«fo.man«. of the 
Prince Taul was one of tho mS.= features ol the 
"Grand Duchess" at tbe Opera House. 
USB. GLADSTA2TE. 
Thia talented and gifted artiste has given tbe 
provincials a taste of her quality. She is now ful- 
filling a country tour that, as far as it has gone, has 
never been equalled in enccesa aince that of Mr. 
Walter Montgomery. She has appeared success- 
fully at Sandhurst, Cestlemain, and finished last 
night at Ballarat a 21 nights' engagement. She is 
eupp Dried by Messrs. John Dunn, Appleton, Mc- 
Gowan and Rteves, Mis3 Blanche Grey, and Mrs. 
Lac hi an McGo-'-an. Mrs. Gladstone will open at 
short season at Gelong next week, and will then 
visit Adelaide. It is indeed pleasing to record the 
continued success of this olever lady. 

BABLOW, THE BLUE-TAILID FLT, 
left lately for Kew Zealand, tn a professional 
tour. He Is accompanied by Mes;». Charles Holly, 
Bromley and Thomas Buckley, the entertaining 
ologgists and ventriloquists. 

m is cellar rocs HEMS. 
Messrs. T. S. Bellair. Roberts and wife, Howe, 
Power and Holloway, have returned from Calcutta* 
The season there, under Mr. W. Gile, waa a com- 
plete fiasoo. In August next, Mr. G. B. Lewis, tbe 
pioneer of theatricals in that country, will leave 
here with a large company of dramatic artiste, 
many of whom will be new to Calcutta. He has 
al eady engaged Mr. J. B. Howe Mr. Appleton and 
Miss Boyce (Mrs. Appletoni, Miss Julta Edouin ; 
and Mrs. Lewis nee Miss Rose Edouin, will be the 
leading lady. 

NEW SOUTH WALES. 
At the Prince of Wales Opera House, Sydney, an 
excellent version -of "David Copperfield" is being 
played under the title of "Uncle Peggotty'e Dar- 
ling." It is an adaptation by Miss Welton, of 
London, and has met with considerable success. 
The company here is a vary good oue^ — consisting 
among others cf Messrs. Ohas. Yonng. J. J. Bart- 
lett, Stusrl, O'Brien. Welsh and H. N. Douglas; 
Mrs. Charles Jonee, and Misses Granger, Etenor, 
Carey and Dolly Green. 

The Victoria Theatre waa opened on the 21 th of 
this month by Harry Kelly's American Excelsior 
American Minstrels, inclcding Kelly, J. Buckley, 
Alec. O Brien, B. Clark, Amery. Herman. Reeves, 
Sayers acd J. Campbell. The Adrlpbi Theatre 
is opsn uDder the direction of Mr. Bor'ord, as 
The Peop'e'a Theatre, of Sydney. "London After 
Dark" is having a good run at this boose, and the 
company is a very excellent one, including Misses 
Clara Mefhenson and Maggie Oliver, and Messrs. 
Bnrford, W. I. Holloway, John Howe and Harry 
Flynn. 

CHAXG, THE CHINESE GIANT, 

has closed a most satisfactory eeason at the School 
of Arts, a?d has commenced his rubnrban and 
provincial tour through New South Wales. 

TBISDON'S MACBOCOSM OP MANTrOLD MABVELS 
ia shortly to be introduced to the cornstalks of N. 
S. rV. It is an excellent and instructive enter 
tainmeut. 

THE OBEGOBT TROUPE 

have jnst concluded a successful tour throngb 
Tarmania, and will shortly leave that island for 
Sydney. Miss Gertrude's trapeze performances 
are the theme of admiration eve ywhere. 

QUEENSLAND. 

This colony is qnite looking up in the way of 
amusements. At the Victoria Hall, Brisbane, Mr. 
and Mrs. Geo. Dane!), assisted by a company in- 
cluding Mrs. Tom Fawcett and Mr. Olarey, have 
commenced a short season. "Leah," "The Lady 
of Lyons." and other stock plays of a similar kind 
bolog put forward to attract. The Royal Alexan- 
dra Theatre in the same town is tenanted by Mr. 
and Mrs. Lionel Harding and an excellent troupe 

BOCKTNGHA3I. 
At the School of Arts. Mr. W. A. Chapman, the 
magician, is drawing good houses, and at the The- 
atre Royal thebvleequfiof "Ixion" is offered as 
the attraction. I. L. By era and his wife are the 
principal artistes. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

The Princess Theatre. Dnnedin, is under a Com- 
monwealth, with Mr. G. W. Lawrence as principal 
manager. The season, which has been a prosper- 
ous one, iB drawing to a close, when Meaars. Law- 
rence Collier and Metcalfe, Miss Carry Geerge and 
Miss Lizzie Bushe will retnra to Melbourne. The 
Prince of WalBa Theatre at Auckland has been 



occupied to good advantage by Mr.'Hoskins and 
Miis Florence Oolrllle. It ia more than probable 
tbey will visit yonr States. The opposition at tbe 
lbeatra Royal are doing melodrama as a counter 
atrractioo. The Theatre Royal, Unristchurch, is 
• till under the direction of pretty Anna Forde and 
her burlscqae company. Business has been excel- 
lent. 

WESTEBS AUBTBALIA. 

Misi Adelaide Stoneham, accompanied by her 
mother and a small company, has been profession- 
ally engaged in Perth and Freemantle. 

CALL BOY. 



LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA, 

[FBOM AN OCCASIONAL C O E Q E 3 POND E NT.] 

Melboubne, May 29th, 1871. 

Deab Figaro:— Frank Hussey has returned from 
Queensland, and is drawing well. 

The Theatre Royal closes shortly for a term of 
three months, to effect alterations and repairs, 
pursuant to the new Act— else they cannot renew 
their license. 

Harwood. Stewart, Hennings A Coppin dissolve 
partnership in a few months. Harwood proceeds 
to Amerioa to star. 

Tbe Zavistowski Sisters are expected by the next 
steamer, and the Emerson Minstrels in about two 
months. [Don't you wish yon may got thtm ?— 
Figaro.; Should they come in their entirety, 
they'll drop money, as we have a deal of good tal- 
ent already in that line Five or sixof the princi- 
pals would do well and be at little expense. 

I enclose programmes, and semi-occasionally 
send you a newswaper. Your FlGABO is considered 
a "little wonder" by tbo eteady-going folks out 
here; I wish we had more of them. 

Any news of importance that transpires I will 
keep you posted on. Yours faithfully, 

Fbank Weston. 



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l^OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OER- 
11 tiffed copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT BOf.L for the Fiscal Year 1671-72 has 
this day been received, and that tbe Stats, Oity and 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining due and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector. 

San Francisco, July 3d, 1971. jy4 lm 

Candy f Candy 1 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OANDY HAN- 
turor. No. SI 8 Kearny atrest, between Sao- 
ramento and California; and 12-7 Second street, 
bet. Minna and Natoms, All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Oartace tree to all parte of tht city 
wharfaa- excepted. «rHH 



M. KANE, 

EALER IN WINES. LIQUORS AND Ci- 
gars, cor. Jessie and First streeia. LJuZl lm 



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THEATRE ROTISSEBIE, 

8*5 BnpoDt .t. , one door sooth of Hurt 
jbk y~~. E. MABOHAND LATE OF THI | 
fc?m faJuJ-'Rotiflserie Restaurant" of tb.UllM 

tSJUPW Olub, Proprietor.— The TeblM pfCTi- 
ded with all the Delicacies of the .eaeoa. 

•B-OYSTERS Df EVERY S'rSLE W 



J. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreett* 



*&■ Terrapin constantly on band. OTBttTtJn 
every style. PRIVATE SUPPER BOOHB 
PARTIES. 



PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOE ' 
mblllm 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA. CITY, NEVAJDAl, 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAB BSBS ** ! 
decorated, and is now open for tht8t«awt^ 
Season. STARS and TRAVELING OOMPAUW * 
liDorally treated on appUestionby letjgrj to^ 

Proprietor and M i n i gsT , j 
person U J. M. MeOAB"J- 

630 Waahinnton street. San Frsnolsot 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 
8ACEAMENTO . 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WILL OOMMJWC 
bis second Dramatio Season early in Septta 
her, until which time the Theatre can oe rent* 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and for TIM 
atrical Entertainments of a iirst-claes order, u, 1 
application to THOS. BAKER, ESQ.. at Hasting 
A Uo'e Banking House, corner of Second ana ■ < 
streets, Saoramento. J |J - ' l 

The Arlington House 

107 KEARNY STREET, BETWEEN POS' 
A^ I ari d Sutter, will be opened on tbe lato 
July as a firs>claee LODGING HOUSE. T'. 
rooms art large, handsomely furnished, and w» 
be rented low. Parties desirmR to do so oanntaa 
arrangements to have coffee with light breakfast 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single Root*, 
from SIO to 915 per month. Transient custom aa 
lioitti iafl lr- 




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••AS rtAICnCOi WEDKESDAY. jut It. 1*11. 



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AMERICAN 
CLOTHINO HALL 

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IIRPS OPERA HOUSE NEW ALHAMBHA THEATRE. 



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The White House 



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EMERSON MINSTRELS! 



irrtRTAumxr a la salon part premier. 



.RAND OPERA HOUSE, 






'Irst Appearance 

II HMUi MKMNH. Jl LI 13th, 
— 1» — 

fcnbach'6 Comic Opera 



arbe Bleue! 



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M- R» lion court 

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dat Arruxoox- 
OoTLT barbe bleue matinee. 

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,-,. fl..,.. «I».M RfirrrH^ai. .%o. | 
I OS.. • 11 b« »(*. 4*:,. frotn'i M till t r. K., *h« 
S.OU ud I'r.r.;. Boim m*i b« Hcand. 



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WIDOW » I 

Tte lIsllllSMt to n si l .li i »f ar|*sl talnl .lib 

Old Drowrn'B Hr-OT^ro Horsq! 

■CM**. rCKDT. BRAIUJI. UIIMOX, SCOTT ASK (MJUM. 



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r.v it i ■ KCON r>. 

Ten Minutes with the Comical Vivian ! 

rSTATIVB ITALIAN AII18. 

MtaUr Inj-op. Hilly Emmon end U Alusley Scott. 

IMF. TWO BENJAMINS ..Rim**!., COG ILL AND COOPER 

SB. 

Proprietor of Hotel 0. H. Foster [ Lesy Jake g. B. Purely 

BILLY EMERSON IN HIS ORIGINAL SONGS AND DANCES! 

OVERTURE -Selections EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

The evening's entertainment to conclude (by very particular desire) with 

ONE NIGHT IN A BARROOM 

BNOOZER (bil ftTMt character! BILLY EMERSON 

BobMagoon (• bitter) S. 8. Purdy i Mr. William s Louis Brah.m 

I. Bad man (a queer sctor) 0. H. Foster Gamekeeper R. Robinson 

Barkeeper M. Atnsloy Scott | Other characters by the entire troupe. 

*r *r *r XjooIl Out for t jtLo Grand jDuolaess. UTomi 

The Piano used is from the house of Kohler, Obsse k Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Obick«rlng Piano. 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 

IX ORDER TO MARK ROOM FOR OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WE WILL COMMENCE OH 

Monday Tuuo QOtli 

TO CLOSE OUT OVR IMMENSE BTOOK Or 

Summer Dry Goods, 

AT PRICES 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

OF IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue 30 Days. 



J. W. Davidson & Co. 



Doxtor liyford, 

« M ■ A I. M K W. 

■ T K'-f-.r tlr.K, I.dmi S ».d 4. 

w 1 *!**! ud pf*par*d for thlpwoat to 
of loo world. Ordon from tao iotorlor 
ottoodod lolo oorooo. foA-lm 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO.,.._..315, 317, 319 & 821 PINESTRET' 
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAIN8, Etc. 



tde laxgkit and beat stock, or goods is the state, at pkicks deftino competition 

M-OAIjL. AKD HJEE FOR i'OUUSELVES.* 



GO TO BAILEY & WINTERS, 
018 "CE7"«,t»laiixt;toxi St, 

If yon won*, tho 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Oardt, 01 per Dnifli. 



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VSPBCTFULLT INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND ALL 
to w.m of Desirable Clothing for tbe approaching 
ar months that that he haa now In bis Store all tho 

NEW STYLES OF 



.oatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

TNI BEST AND LATEST STTLE8 FOR SUMMER. 

'• work CHEAP FOR CASH, and those who buy on this 
principle can SAVE MONEY. 

M'L SHORT assures all who may favor him with their 
~ that he will give then, entire satisfaction, and 



'JL, SHORT, 
MERCHANT TAILOR, 

OB7 OommerolAl atroot, 



Warrant all hi* Goods to Fit. 

I. Au do* REDUCED HIS PRICES lo rait tho tlmol. 

ItlSMESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, $25 00 

INE BEJVER SUITS FROM $40.00 UP 

UTS TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE $6 00 

Jlvo us a Oall anA look at our Good,. 

Our Dumber Is 
187 Oommerolal Street. 



riowBBK snoK mjiTicTom. 



t KLoOiirr otjstoh work at the am. i 

1 foods »od orloM. BEERS, BLAIR A HATNABD' 
•— t, on. door Math of Baih. 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

for the benefit of the 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF IAOIAHEKTO, 
Will take place st tbe 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET. 
OH WKU\K»DAY JULY 18th 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for the day of the Concert by tbn various 
routes will be itmaedjto those holding ticket". 

Kicurstoo Tickete may be obtained at all tbe 
prominent Book and Music Stores in this city, or at 
OADWALLADER. DAVIS A (JUS. 

41 Fourtb street, Sacramento. 
09- Excursion Tickets only good for tbe 18th 
to XOlh of July, inclusive. ju28 td 

SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

CimcrcM Hull, BS80 Bu«h street. 

Between Montgomery snd Kearny streets. 

BEUI CTION OF PKK'E! 

Assemblies— 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 r. H.,7'*j to 10 p.M 

Admission— Day and Erasing 39S Cents 

Use of Skates 25 cent* 

J>fitf OHAS. M. VALLEE. Proprietor. 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 



MADAME BLANCE, THE GREATEST „ * 
Clairvoyant of thenge, osn be seen at.'w. 
her residence, No. ROIl FUl.tiOM STRfcKi'. J< 
between Fifth and Sixth, where she can be con- 
salted on all business affatie, love sad mnriingo ; 
also, has cbarma lor love, Inck, unbappinesa in 
families, and brings together tbe separated. Fee, 
«l and upward. jjH Ira 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. 80HWORRER, PRO" 
fesaor of Great Mysteries, corner, 
of Washington snd Stockton, over 1 
the fruit store. Diagnosis and cures 
sickness after recovery is impossible.. 
Prof. S. hrf valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for love, good luck Also, sss p- \» 
Jour intended. Fee, Fifty Cents and up. Hours 
rem 11 a. M. to 4 p. if., and 7 to 9 P. St. juil 1m" 




1 GOLDSTEIN & SON.-THB ABOVE OO- 
s partnership is this day dimolvod, NOT by 
mutual consent, as no onmultalioa was held, ana 
in proof of which my nnuio is not affiled to the 
published notion of dissolution. The baaloess 
will bs conttnuxd by tlm undersigned, at th- sams 
Stand, where he bop -b for a continuation of favors, 
sto. All psrties indohted to the said firm are no- 
tified to pay none bub the undesigned, and no 
agent representing said firm, as they will bs re- 
sponsible for i be same 

B A. 0-0 LD STAIN, » IS Sensome street. 
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SQUARZ A'S P UNCHES. 

PriVOIIK-ft for Gentlemen.- Egg Nogg (a nsw Punch) 
Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleaenre, An ti -Dyspeptic, Ladles 
Tears, Anti Divorce, Welcome, Gcirnao, Arrack, Qin, Whiskey 
Cocoa, Coffee, Tea, Fine Apple, Strawbari-y, Pisco. Appetiser 
Roman Nectar. Aurora, Farewell, Jamaica Rum. Kirsanweasor 
~ OOBDIALI, for JLnOies. — liivdios' Favorite, Ladias 
L'loasure, Ladles' Tears, Strawberry, Bfaokberry, Mint, Anise 
Ros s. Kim mel. Coosa, Pooase Oafe, Pine Apple, Klrsoh 

JBrTTJBB*.— Hygienic, Obolera Antidote. Aujtasturo, Self 
uer. sai" all othsr Bitters in desuaad. 



MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

rjIHE GRBAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VISITOBa 

-*• to San Francisco Is that there is no "comfoit." Food 
Is cheap enough , Clothing has come down In price ; bat 
Lodgings— that Is, comfortablo Lodgings— are scarce and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited moans have long been a desideratum in Ssn Francleoo, 
but a man Is now In the Held who supplies this ant snd 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
oornor of Commercial and SanBome streets, and he has now 
made the Branch House, 424 Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of Its aocommodstlona. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handBomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There is a Reading room with files of city and State papers, 
and cheBs and checker-boards for tho amusement of guests. 
The Branch House Is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two houses, 

The Ccso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of ohooe. 
lng by chance one of his lodgera every month and present* 
lug aim with $100. Of courso this, with the other Induce- 
ments offered, caused these houses to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not In a 
hurry to leave. This plan air. Ewell tiuds Is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by obanoe, and 
being a law-abiding man ho has determined to discontinue 
It. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reclaim it, but wilt give that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under tho original arrangement to 
have been choaen by tho blind goddess Forlnne) will be 
given to the Ladles' Protection and Relief Society of San 
Frnnoiaco-a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Coso 
House can, while he is resting snugly tucked up in his com* 
tortable bed, enjoy the pleasing reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also in some measure 
assisted In providing a nlghtB' lodging for many a houselesa 
wanderer. 

brajvghThouse 

484 Sansome street, 

BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND OLAT. 

OOJSO ZZOXTSjHI, 

411 Sansome street, 

SOUTHWEST OQBHEB OF COMMSROIAI., STRICT. 



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5». B O Gr A. H 3D "CT e 

— AX— 

6*2 Htrdiant rt. aad 636 WaiWngtan rt. 

Below Hortcomsrr Block 



WEDNESDAY JOLT 12, 1871 



FlOiHO "ill be mncli obliged II thentrfc.i 
m«n»gen> io «U p.rl» of toe Culttd Bt»te«. pir- 
llcnUrly la (WUornlt, will send to this office 
progrimniMof tfc»lr p«*onn»nees. Brief let. 
ttrs from member! of the the»tr!ctl profeMlon 
will »lso be »ceept»ble. Fioabo will Billed 
tree of charge to all desiring It. 



AMUS EMENTS , Etc. 

Alhambra Theatre. 

Whether tiooea are doll or brisk. m*k»» no differ- 
• cce lo the Albambra Thettrf. There one CAB 
spend the even. be end lAugh »w»y on.'e ceres 
luteningto the cheerful philosophy embodied in 
Vivian's (capital comic eoogs, laughing »t the 
wonderful!? oomieel eeyios* "d doing*, singing 
end dancing of the inimitable Billy Emerson, end 
have their minds soothed by the sweet music ar- 
ranged (or their delectation by Geo. T. Even*. 
To-aigbt Louis Braham will singe pretty ballad 
composed by Fred Lyster. The words ere by John 
Brougham, end may be foosd in mother column. 

California Theatre. 

The performance lest nigbt went off in excel- 
lent style. In the comedietta of '"A Marriage at 
Any Price," all did their beat to amuse. And suc- 
ceeded in keeping the ai4iQt.ce in a roar of laugh- 
ter. Willfetn Horace Lingard again introduced 
Emperor Norton, who was greeted wiihsbonts of 
applause. Mr. Lingard has. we understand, other 
local impersonations in preparation: these always 
take bstter with the audience than mere abstract 
characterizations, and are sure to increase Mr. 
Lingard'a popularity. The performances conclu- 
ded with the burlesqua of "Plato," The favorite 
play of "Frou-Frou," in whioh Miss Alice Don- 
ning made sneb a success on the occasion of her 
former visit to San Francisco, will be presented on 
Monday. "ElBe." Boucicault's latest drama, ia in 
rebeereel. Porter is painting new scenery for it 
And it will be produced on Friday evening. 21t t iaat 
And be played untU the clase of the Lingard's en- 
gagement. __^_^_ 
Magslre'i Opera House. 

The lovers of the light and fascinating musio of 
Offenbach and Herve we are sure will hail with 
delight the advent of Fisk's Opera Bouffe Tronpe > 
headed by those great artistes, Lea Silly and Felix 
Girrebeak,at this theatre tomorrow night. The flrat 
in the young and charming prima donna engaged 
io Paris just previous to the war for James Fi&k, 
And who during a aeason of one y?ar was the bright 
particular star at the Grand Optra Houae. New 
York. Her singing and acting of the character of 
Bonllotte, in "Barbo Btene," was the theme of 
universal admiration during that triumphant aea- 
son. Felix Girrebeuk, the tenbr. muot become a 
great favorite. He is young and handsome in per- 
son and possesses a fresh, vigorous and sweet 
voice ; and what is most important in Opera Bouffe 
is aa admirable actor. Of Ju!es Alexis, it is hard- 
ly neocessary to speak, for. as all who attended 
the late opera season are aware, be was the life 
end soul of the troupe. M'ile Yaudelet and the 
rest of the troupe are very highly spoken of by all 
who have heard them. The opening opera will be 
"BarbeBleue," which will be produced with ev- 
ery care as to detail, and the costumes will be 
most elaborate. The seats for the opening to-mor- 
row sight, are already in demand and we 
should not be surprised if every sect in the drtsi 
circle and orchestra was engaged. 

Metropolitan Theatre. 

"Help" was played last night to another large 
audience, and the indefatigable Joe Murphy kepi 
All in a continual state of amusement. It is amaz- 
ing to see the amount of work be does and how 
well be-performa it. He requires very little help 
Being a host in himself. John Woodward's make 
up for Nubbles, the bully, is capital ; and he m&kee 
quite a character of it. Miss Jennie Manderville 
Cains much applause for ber song "Annie on the 
Banks of Dee," and Mrs. Frank Bee plays Mother 
Vitwitha very natural brogue, and much force 
"Help" will be played until further notice. 

Bella Union Theatre. 

If anyone denies to woman equal talent with 
nu, they bad belter visit the BellaUnion Theatre 
And see EI'a Weiner in her lightning changes and 
character songs. Both Vivian and Lingard mast 
look to their laurel*. The Reynolds Brothers are 
AJ popular as ever ; and the new dance, "La Maba/ 
ii very attractive. The Bella Union holds its own 
against alt opposition, with its excellent company 
ABd varied attractions. A new piece, written for 
this house, la in rehearsal. 



Theatre Co ml que. 

Those who do not respect the b .cjo as a musical 
instrument, should go to the Theatre Oomique 
And hear E. M. Hall, the great banjoist, perform 
They should go early to secure seats, and enjoy a 
rich and diversified performance of songs, dances 
And Acta by Lew Parker. Wallace and Rosa. 



Liberal Management. 

The prices of admission to the paiquette and 
gallery for the coming season of Opera Bouffe at 
If ago ire's Opera Honte, have been placed at ibe 
regular theatrical season rates, fifty cents to the 
PArquette, and twenty-five cents to the gallery, for 
the first time in the history of the opera ia this 
cltT - 
Howard Street Skating Rink. 

This rick will be open on Sundays hereafter. 
Afternoon and morning levees every day. The 
new floor is perfection itself in its way. New 
beginners will receive particular attention. How- 
ard street, op-osite New Montgomery, between 
Second And Third streets. 



Anatomical Noieum, 

The Florentine Venus is the admiration of all 
visitors, and is one of the fiaest, works of art in 
San Francisco. The Dying Zouave is an exquisite 
piece of mechanism; the De Coaililu. Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and thousands of cariosities 
too numerous to mention, are on exhibition day 
ABd evening. 



The xr»lace>. 

The BAddle Bock, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
APore Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
•very luxury And comfort with best of at tec 
dents, and with the largest And fAttest oyster*. 
1\ Is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business In the city. Emerson Corrille's 
oysters a gathered fresh eYery day— Eas- 
tern a~_ California trAnsplanted ones, from 
ms own oyster beds At San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them, • 



Well Established. 

A thoroughly good Article which has stood 
the test [ ( Lime, is never Allowed to fall into 
disuse; every year the sale of CaBsin's TTT 
Wild Grape Bitters increases, and thousands 
osn bear testimony to their merit, • 



THS MOTHER'S GIPT. 

;woed6 bt am. jobs bbocgbam — mcsic »t acb. 

FUEL I UK-:; Ll'BIEB. 
Toewo:dsof the song were suggested by seeing 
in aged woeei feebly striving to oarry a heavy 
box of earth, with shamrocks growing iu it, on 
boirdof an emigrant ship in Cork Harbor. On 
being asked why lbs labored under eucb a burden, 
she replied, "Ah: no burden at si'. Sir; sure I'm 
bringing them to my sou in America, to remind 
him of the onld sod where be was born," 

My aged heart, long dead to joy, 

Now throbs with new delight. 
Ones more I'll see my darling bey, 

So precious to my sight. 
G jd piosper still my noble son. 

Long has he toiled for me. 
I'm going to the h me he's won. 

His home beyond the sea. 
He bide me some remembrance bring 

From his loved place of birth. 
Alas! I bare no richer thing 

Than thu poor box of earth 
With shamrocks filled. 

But when he bears I've borne it on my knee_ 
And kept it green with happy tears, 

Sure it must welcome be. 

I've brought it from the Tery spot 

Where, when a careless child. 
He played, while o'er our gloomy lot 

One ray from Heaven smiled. 
May its best intluence yet restore 

Those days to him and me. 
And fill with brightness evermore 

Our home beyond the sea. 



Salt For Llbes. 

Wm. R. Cranna has brought suit in the 
Fourth District Court against J. P. Bogar- 
do3, to jrecover S20.000 damages for libel, 
alleged to have been perpetrated by a 
publication, June let, in the Figabo, 
of an article setting forth that Cran- 
na in the mtnagement of a theatri- 
cal concern had "sloped" from Virginia 
city without paying bills; also an ar- 
ticle published June nib" in the Figaeo 
over the signature of J. M. Lollar, headed 
"A Card— To the profession and the public 
of Virginia City" — in which was a detailed 
statement regarding plaintiff's financial and 
other shortcomings. — Evening Bulletin. 

" V ibs Jones, 

Where are you going ?" "I'm going to buy a 
pair of French Kid Boots." "Where?" "Why, 
Mr. Brown, what a question. Why, where 
everybody gets theirs, at F. X. East's Fashion- 
able Shoe Store, Mob. 322 And 324 Bush street, 
opposite the Alhambra Theatre. • 



Beading Matter t'or'All. 

Loomie, At hie stationery store at the 8. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansomo Btreets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does Almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office itself. 
All the Mew York papers and English maga- 
zines are there. 

Joli xx G. Hayden 

Hag removed his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacious store, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Build- 
lug, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. • 



Important, to Strangers. 

AiiniHAiTs, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par excellence to procure fashionable clothing. 
Bus.'aees suits made to order, $25; beaver suits 
to order, ?io ; pants to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
see that he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing bis clotbee at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. Abrahams, 33 and 35 Second 
street. 



Wtiat Cheer Laanary 

Calls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
the city, • 

Cremo <lc 11.1s. 

Beautiful is the finish developed by the use 
of Dickey's celebrated CfiEME de Lis, a pore 
transparent complexion being imparted, No 
poison enters its composition. • 



■William. Horace Lingard, 

The number of different characters which this 
Artiste impersonates is wonderful. The Cali- 
fornia Theatre 1b crowded, and between the 
plays a greAt many people go across the Btreet 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon. 
where they find whisky good enough for "a 
Major in the Ninth"— a good thing to talcs be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff House," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," ,: par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. Hermann is also 
also famed for his "bitter beer," which i6 just 
the thing for -'the upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro Saloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the California Theatre. • 



.A. Popular Desideratum. 

Sin Francisco as its population increases is 
being Amply supplied with all the luxuries And 
elegancies of older cities. Mew establishments 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wina>-t Jfc Co. have just 
opened at Mo. 337 Bnsh street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Oysteb Saloos, where 
CAn be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, in beautifully furnished rooms for ladies 
And families, and altogether it bids fair to be 
the most popular Institution in the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Wejaxt, who has 
been a wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
yeATS, And that of his partner, Charley Haasb, 
formerly of the "Antelope" And "BAy" oyster 
SAloons, is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific Oysxeb Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a most nnexcep lonable manner. * 



Plcnlos-Callstocu-Soflslde, 

The new SumzLer styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, And "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It Is only at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone knows that 
"The" Hat Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices At this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. • 



3 mien Perrault, M. I>., 

Physician And Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies And practice have, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acuta or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientific meth- 
ods. Office 602 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Hacramento at., Sau Jranci^co, Rooms. 
9, 10 and 11. Consultation! in EsgiUh, Vzencb. 
Gan&aa uA Spanish, • 



lilffli Llvlnjr at J-tOW Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a pAragrAph About 
the cheAp fAre served At the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge Btreet, Boston, where working 
men are supplied with dinners at a low coBt 
per plate, but it neglects to add that John Be- 
gan's California Bestaurani, on Montgomery 
street, Sau Francisco, within twenty paces tf 
the Bulletin office, serves better fare at lower 
cost every day in the year. What would the 
Bostonians think of a dinner composed oftha 
following : Big bowl of green turtle eoup, 
large plate of salmon, roost goose, duck or meat, 
and a glAes of ice cream, all for 26 cents? A 
half bottle of CallfornlA wine with it will cost 
ten cents more. These are the regular bill of 
fAre charges at the California Eettaurant. In 
fare how ia that for high? In price, how is that 
for low * 

Wliat. Olioer kj»\Aii<lry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



Trie Elixir of "South, 

For which the sages and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. NAture hAS 
provided-It In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corville fc Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too late, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
And your youth And beauty wiU never fade, but 
remain gloriouB forever. * 

VTlxat; Cheer Laundry 
la the beet laundry in San Francisco 



Contortion. Mirrors 

Are all the rage in the saloons in the Fast 
at present. It is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how redicuIouB his 
reflection looka in them- . There is sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will smile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogrifications tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque. ^.Ev- 
ery one should see them. • 



Washing Seturned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 

Laundry. 

Oysters cxtd. diowoler* 

Try Joe Giusti's delicious ohowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladies' saloon at 
tached. Open day and night, * 



J>0 Ton Know 

That with Bottebice's Patiebks you can cut 
and 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 Butter 
and Post, San Francisco. 



Silver Plating. 

Articles from which the silver has been worn 
ore received for re plating by Haynes & Lawton, 
Market sireet, under the Grand Hotel. • 



A Grand Picnic 

WHO BE GIVEN AT 

XVSVTCT SaUOELiITO 

....ON.... 

SUNDAY JULY 16tk 

....BY THE 

French Mutual Benevolent 
Society. 

THE BOAT WILL LEATE 
MeiBgs' V. harf at 9, 10,11, 12, 

and 2 o'clock, and Saaclito at 1, 3, 4, S ana t> o clK. 

Gentlemen's Tickets (fare included) 91 CO 

Ladiea' Tickets (late included) 50 

islltd 



FOR SAN QUENTIN AND SAN RAFAEL 

■Bra mm refl nEiwr^l 

To San Qnentin..50c ! Sail Ralaol 75c 

THE FATOBITE STEAMER COMTRA COS- 
TA, Capt. J. McKenzie, leaves Ferry Wnarf, 
Davis street, near Yalle jo. for San Quentin, con- 
nectioK by railroad with Sd.n Rafael and the stacea 
from there for Olima, Tomales and Nioaaio, every 
week day as follows: 
Sao Francisco at 9 a.m.. 1 :45 f.h. . and 6:30 P. M. 
ban Quentin at 8 and 11:30 a.m., 2:45 And 5:30 p.m. 

Sunday Excursion Time Table. 
Leave Sin Francisco at 19:30 a. m. And 5:30 p.m. 
San Rafael at 9 A.M. and 4 p.m. 
js8 If OHAS. MINTURM. 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

« 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONTET- 
Ancer. — Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
dro. directly opposite the Court House. 

FARMS and UOMESTtADS for aale And to let 
in varioae parts of Alameda county. ap29 lm 



TO XjET. 
NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addiess Phillip cowex, 

Petalura , 
Or apply to J. II. HcGABE, 

oc246m Theatrical Agent. Sun Francisco. 



For Sal e o x- moxLt. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 
tnent of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from the best 
American »nd European 
roasti factories, for sale or to 
I rent on the most favorable 
terms. 

B. ClTItTAZ, 
•© O'Farrell street, neAr Market. 




riOB VALUABLE INFORMATION, OA1L ON 
. <, . r 2 l ' 1 1K. Mr *- A - B °« »»• li Harriton 

street, Sap Franeiaco. Ju81m 



CALANTHINEI 



A SrTDATTOS IN SOME BU1TABLB BTJSI- 

r *••? hj A f en 1 V I »n , *n »P»Aking English, French. 
Hpanish and Italian fluently. Is conversant with 
commercial operations, fcn d CAn give tn» b»st of 
ref-rerjoe*. Would acoept aoonunisiion or travel- 
*§\*** D, £' ."^ b ** n thr * e J"™ ™ one houae. I 
Andreas G. A., Fwabo Office. jtaS tf * 



Squarza's. 

Frequent Attempts nave been made to Imitate 
Squares "e famous Uquettrt, but the secret of hie 
Ingredients And method of mixture bae never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar- 
eVh Punches And the imitations Is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and flavor for 
yeArs, while the latter spoil If not immediately 
used. The Egg-noe Punch, if kept from one 
Christmas to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as if freshly made. It is an arti- 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. The 
Morning comfort Appetizer and Antl-Dyspeptle 
Punches are excellent at all seasons. 

A. Pleasant JL.oea.tlon. 

Persona desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
»nd Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there. 
The building is a very fine one and in wel 
licht^d and ventilated. 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

Ho. a»7 KEABNT 8TKEET, 
ajj joists o the Weed Sbwxns Mace-ike Stoke 



GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
well with an itl-nttinE ohirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening At 
the back and avoiding all crumpling of the boBom. 
Our reputation for making 

feufjcct-fittixg shirts 

To order ia well known. Genta' Furnishing; Goods 
at the lowest rat*. 



P 



All onr Shirts bear this Trade Mark, And none 
Are Pennine without it. We import our own goods, 
mAnufacture our own goods, And sell none but onr 
own goods. 

The low ratee At whioh we execnte orders have 
secured the pntronage of all clashes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Boaoma And Cuffs, 



S. POP 



:e :fl, 



387 KIAKST 8TBEET, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sewing Machine Agency 
joMtf 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-QPENINB OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROOTE. 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH 
Steamer CHIN DU WAN, *— — , 

ing elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manently on the Greek Route between San Fran- 
cisco, OAkland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, June 2-tth, leaving Broadway Wharf, Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 

Sao Francises. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 00a.il iWa.m. 6a.m. 

11 00 A. M. 10 uO A. AC 

1 UO P. M. 12 00 M. 

4 SO P. AC 2 00 P. : M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, which 
convey passengers to the University Grounds. 

The traveling public can rely on the CHIN DU 
WAN crossing without interruption at the loweet 
stages of tide. Fare Ten Cents. Freight At lowest 
rates. Good accommodations for teams. 
juMlm J. P. ZIMMERMAN 



OCEATJ HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING LBA8HD 
the Ocean House And Track ior a term of 
years, And having engaged 

FIEST-CLASS C00ES, STEWARDS AND 

BABKEEFEES. 

Is now ready to attend to the wsnts of all his old 
friends who msy favor him with a call, And no 
pains will be spared to make bis guests comfort- 
able and happy. 

■9* Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

GEO. TV. DICKEY, 

ap29 tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....!& LOCATED AT.... 

6ST Washington street, next Door to 
the Ball of Record*. 

^ MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

19Q at the last Mechanic's Fair, for the best dis- 

4fW play of Hats, both in style and qnalitv. Cns- 

■* tomers will please remember that the di- 

SlomA is placed in the window so they cannot be 
eoeived as to the place where to Dnrchase the 
BEST HATS at the CHEAPEST RATES. It 
the first Hat Store below Kearny street. felG-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



ITHOLISALi: A5TJO BETilL. 

SO Years' Experience 

' OPTICIAIf, 
SOS Montgomery Street. BOH Block, 

jn23tf San Francisco. 



Br. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL ELECTBICIAN, 

Proprietor of DR. BOURNE'S well-known 

BATHS AND MAGNETIC BATTERY, 

"I f\ MASONIO TEMPLE, POST STREET, 
M.\J near Montgomery and Market, San Francisco, 
for the core of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA, and other Nervous Oom- 

Rlaints, etc. As a bath for the h D althy, perfectly 
lzariaot, and. to purify the blood, unequalled. 
i»-Tbe LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under the 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. ju7 lm 




action 



The Champion and Pivot 
Braces. 

THESE BRACES. IN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, have all the advantages of 8u> 
pendera and Shonl Hr-biLC-es combined. 

1st.— They do not disarrange the ahirt-boeom. 

2d.— Tbey cannot slip off the shoulders. 

3d — They give no strain on tbe breast, 

4th. — Each section of the pants can be adjusted 
independently. 

5th.— By means of the adjustable back-strip, a 
gentle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

fit b. — Their ease and convenience commend totaj 
to everyone, and no person after using there will 
ever u«e tbe old-fnsbioced f oependers njain. 

(©-Patented October 10, 18&. Beware of iorricf- 
ingontheee patents. For sole by 

G. H. HVRR, 
Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast, 818 Market 

street, below Stockton. Son Fritncisoo. 

B9"Trade supplied at liberal discount, jt>23la 



Phvsi clans Bacomiuend 
And over 500.000 People £ndora* 



Q R= 



HENLEY 

CELEEKATED 




IXL BITTERS, 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY WOB- 
_ derfnl TONIC, after a series ot years and** 
periments, has succeeded in bringing before (fas 

6nblio all that can be desired of a pure Tonic said i 
eouperator. 

Headache, Biliousness snd Constipation, geoBMl 
Debility and Loss of Appetite all are canaedfaf l 
the derangement of the Stomach, Liver and other. 
functionaries of tbe system. The IXL Bilttltl 
have been successfully used and are warranted *• 
alleviAte tbe sufferer is all tbe above cases. 
H. EPSTEIN & CO., 
Successors to L. GROSS 4 00 Bole Propria** t 
Of Dr. Henley's IXL Bitters. 

SIS Front street, San Franclie*. ■ 
T X.» Salle street, Chicago. 111. d«l < 



Use Father's Meal Writing FM, 

It is not in the least Acted unonbj steel pens. 



REMOVAL. 

j.f. & h.hTschafer 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sansoine etreetB to their new 
f o ur-e to rywarerooms 

h'.B — We wish to impress upon tbe public that 
we can make it to their advantage to call andtiu- 
spect oar stock And prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

No. Oie PINE STREET, 

Between Montgomery and Saausne at*, 
jnf tf 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTLE, 

Wholesale And Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Co art Kx change. Sear City IHall. 

«y Hot Lunch dally from U to 2 p. al Passen- 
tsrs' Stores put up At the shortest notioe a»26 



FAYOMTE YALLEJ0 R0UTEIJ 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD' 
AND STEAMER CAPITAL, 

Summer Arrangement . 
SHORTEST AND MQsFcQMFQRTABLE Ll«. 

Saving SO Miles la Distance, and 3 hornn 

la time to Muryivllle and 6» 

Miles to Sacramento. 

Running Palace Cars, equipped with M1M 
ler*« Safety Platform and Couplers. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) NG> 
way, carrying Unitsd States Mail and all Fast 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER J * CAPITAL " 
Leaves Front street Wharf, San Francisco, AtSAJL 
connecting at Vallejo with catB of California Pasiflfl 
Railroad, by which passengers arrive at Sacramento 
at 12 as p. M..MarysvilIeat 2:15 P. M.. and Oalktofa 
at 12:4S p. it. ; also leaves San Iraucieco at 4 r. «., 
by which passenger* reach Sacramento At 8:15 P. , 
m,, MaryBviile at 9:M p. m., and OalistogAAt7;*5 , 

GOING SOUTH: 

Mornios: Express Trains leaves MarysvillestiJf 
A. if., Sacramento at ":31a. m., and Calistojtaat 
7:30 a. m., arriving at San Francisco at 11 :30a. K. 

Afternooa Express Train leaves Marysville At if. 
M.. Sacramento at 3:30 P. m., and Csli»tojiaA*2:« 
P. ftf., arriving at San Francisco at 7:30 P. M. 

SiTNDATf TRAINS AND BOAT. i 

Sunday Express Train leaves Marysville At IW 1 
A. M., Sacramento 2:30 P. m., and OallBtogaatS r. 1 
M.. arriving at San Franoisoo at 6:*.' ?. at. 

Steamer OAPITAL. on Sundays. .lSATti ; 
Snn Franeisco at 8 :3u a. ji. ; passeogers arrivioi At 
Vallejo at 10:15 A. M., Sacramento at 1:45 P, *., 
Marysville at 5 p.m., and Oalietogaat 12:40 f.H* 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trains fr*" 1 
Calistogaand Marysville at 5P. M., arriving at 8aa L 
Francisco a* 6:45 P.M. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery street Of to 
board the Steamer OAPITAL. Baggage called tf>r 
and checked from residences, hotels, etc., bytAs 
S. F. Bapga?e ExprcsB Company. 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTI80N, 

Ccn'i Freiehtand Pass. Ag't. Superinteadsit* 

Vallejo. May 6th, 1871. mj9 H 



Us8 Faulkner's Chemical Writing M I 

It flows freely from tbe pen, and is tho hstt 
in use. 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THE WORLD-KENOWNKD 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TO 
Mokelnmne Station. Peek A Go's Stage Ual 
Concord Coaches from Mokelumne Station toJUf ! 
TreeB, leaving San Francisco at 8 a. M. every d«7. I 
stopping over nigbt at Mok*lumne Hill, and Arriv- 
ing at Big Trees At 12 at next day. RetnrMW 
leave Bg Trees at 2 P.M., stopping over night At 
Mokelumne Hill, leaving next morning at *Sf, A»fl 
arriving at. Mokelnmne Station next day in tiarsM 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains EastsM 
West, arriving at San Francisco at 5 P. M., maxims" 
tbe ronnd trip in 2 days and 10 hours. 

FAKE: 
affobelnnrae Station to Biff Trees....* • 
SoundTrlp »* 

ayFor farther pArticulara, Apply to 

p. BL KUAN, A rent, 

iu271m No. e*S Clay street, San FnuioiseA. 



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HIFORNIA THEATRE. METROPOLITAN THEATRE NEW THEATRE COMIQUE BELLA UNION THEATRE 



> mo fluoo 



-JOE MURPHY, 10 J 



X3V 

i ■ » — 

LICE DUNNING 
i XX LliiRnrd 

jrnin Thontro Comnnny. 



Ill: 






-I-X-, MISS ELLA WESNER 

Ro-.npp«nncoofJohnn»Tour. noynoW»Droll i 



KX 



IVI»I«(i 



Jtt- 



THIS EVENINU JULY ia.h 

InA a*J L*>< *l«*l nil T»r»» •! 









kiii«iiMM>.r jm 


V |lf»-> .f 


A ' ' 



larriage at Any Price ! 




.I.IVH HORACE UNGARD 

— — n. ■■ ' '■' 

110 L0C1L UFMJIE IB'ZRSOIUTIOHS 

T« nwMi *itk tJ>« nira>M 0*a**'r la Ta - 

TRIES ALL 

HI>- ' ncird) 

Mo(Ard 

»E WH HORACE LOOAKD 

■ . 'imi Owitoa 

John T. litymrnil 

W. A. Alf.tiyrr 

A. B Stewort 
B. J. Pnttoa 



FHOU-PHOTJ. 

I-IIK: or, THE (BERRY TREE INN 



I ■' •»(••»»;> »»*«*t 

' ■ y*j4 in* Biui ' 






MB. JO» MCRPHT 



TW trtea l—c *f *<T*h« **r***« »f Bl«mr«," e* 1 an 

lrl-*> at«. A)** M.flS; . f.aMM 

M'MUI *K t I t 111 h -.1 HI Ill \MI 

TOtOnUB *Ila ■!• f»»rT<LLIP 

bloplAB -Vpeolnlttes. 

TMCl .wolf In the fold J. n IIARD1E 

Captain Walrl: 

ant-r-s Wirtb»c>. -lo baatoes* for himself". 

r*b*nd dealer Wank Be* 

John WoocUrd 
Cae*. Weldro. . itmnjr nm la I O Hinckley 

"•■on Wilson I Mr. ilop J. C. Mamiire 

Mr Jnrop W.C- Dudley 

It»r. Dr. Mor.im. C. Ankoer I Tim |. i:. Hwlft 

Ko«? ' . ...A. Graham 

ffffffffjPA- th«dl-cwd»J one MRP 

..lilt*. Weldro. b-r n«ur Mia* Sellia Hinckley 

1'ieiit fain i«tthl>o& n ) Mis* Jennie Mandeville 

Madge Mini ilomm 

L*ur* Fr+emtn, t.,e Doctor'* daughter His* Susie Boole 

BWhir Kit, «ho shows her cltwn Mrs. Frank flea 

Harry M lee Drives | Blanche . . ..L* Petite Darling 

Plcnlclatp, gntiu, lounger*, etc 

BENEFIT OF JOS. MURPHY! 

SATURDAY. July Uth- 

ORAND HELP MATINEE. 



' M. NOTICK.-Owtng lo the Theatre being engaged 
by Ma». Stale... and other novelties •scored, HELP nusl pos- 
ilii'i « b» ambdrawn after 

BTJ1VSA.-S' NIGHT. 

■9- Box Offle* op«n from 19 A. M. tn 4 r.H . wh.n HK3EKVED 
6 H t*mirl>Mi<ni«d WITHOUT EXTRA c HAHGlv 



f*«*E. LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPILS 
T^TaaIbo T_Xi>. •VfZxkx. riciii j-! 

■Tears the Flowers Blaak and nioom 

JIHITT MCltrBT. 

■•""* Am. LanoMW 

11 «"MT» 1l<nl..< R„.„ 

rilirrn MlmtM nnh 

E. M. HALL and his BANJO 

llllhlonrt »'"<>* «'-• n 

li-.i-.i , n «, Ull 

'l}*±J£^ l !!?L^^" ~^^"'}?V t J * r ** T - • TomRaa* 

VlnllnHolo Prof, Paul Ronlnn 

"*»"■«' L -•• It. HlTB 

mm. LOPBS \m> nut > i ni.s i> tiiiir 

jM V j XW WTATl' KM. 

(harnrlrr Mo NaT Robc Hunt ml 

« loar Dnnri- .Ilnaaaj Murio-i 

\ ■•• ul i*. .... F.iiiin W.1..I., 

ETHIOPIAN ECCENTRIcltTllESr^ 

Jaka Wallaco and Law Parkar 

Rotioiirul Hnllnd- aUaaaflfl lliirmnn 

> nil \ l»:m. . \I|.« |I|.,„, | 1t . 

Ucin* of llnltl lul.ii.l Am.lr l.artiiir 

To conclude with 

The Hotel Runners! 

Konnrr No 1 Lew Parker 

Run nor No. 2 J..ke Wallace 

__ Nnw Arrival JimniT Murphy 

SATURDAY NIGHT-Kirit Appearance of 

FRANK JUNES, THE LIVELY MOKi:. 

SUND&Y AFTERHOO^-VAHIETT~SHOW TTrJAYES^PARk 

Admlnalon 'IweniT-flTe Centa 

Doors opeu at T. Performance to uommenoo at 8 "4. 



lla: ■ 1 



.-raiaoaj 



t* ■ rif *. ■ ' I ►* - - 

"•HE LOVES US BOTH SO WELL!" 

t.rntMT ■■>«! I'hnrlr* ■•■ ) B>oHa. 

Mini* Ilrawer 

CLOSET SCENE FROM HAMLET! 

Mat K*llr 

~* ilttf*"! 

Minnie Oafbfw 



44 



MpaDieh Itallet Dieoe, 

By Mi.*». Mar 1 tot. Fanny (lifele^ Sail; Henry. 
MlnoU Filliwore. Joaephin*. Il'ewer. 



.!'» 



The I.lTflf Mttkf Fr.ink .Jnnra 

Wnlklna; In the Ruin Ilhm.hr knlly 



Miss Ella Wesncr 

In her Singe, 

Good as Cold ! Give a Man a Chance ! 
and Captain de Boots! 



Duet Minnie 1 ortyn and SiaUr 



THAT BOY'S A NUISANCE! 

That B^y Geo, Reynolds | Profaaaorof Ranjo T. Bra* 

Overtnre Orohaatra. 



f'omio Song. .. 

Fancy Ji« 

Fanoy Dance.. 
Ballad 



Harry Thompson 

.Mia* Jo»aphin» 

Hit I<eroy 

Minnie Fillmore) 



GOrjcluiiDK with 



A ROUGH NIGHT OF IT! 



Hungry and without sleep. . 
Agent, or Business Hon 



SATURDAY MGHT-RE-APP£ARANCE OF AUHE IE FAVHE 



iiireka Range 



he beat Coo king Appa- 
ua now In the market. 
Quick and even Baker, 
onomlca l in Fuel, and 
ndaome In Design. It 
ea univ ersa l satisfac- 
m. Try It. 

FOB BALK BT 

:E & MONTAGUE, 

I] Uaaad 111 Battrrr itrwt. [tf 



FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Catting 
HEADQUARTERS, 

iOC Montgomery it., 

OFFOtm HUH HOCBK. 



«R8. E. MORRIS, 

BHIBT MAKEK, 
1ST PREMTDM RECEIVED, 

■ M)*t ) i to If*. SS4 Euraf ilrect, 

Bo*m rTo. ». Beooad Floor. 



D. HICK8 & CO., 
K- BINDERS 

MM HANI-BOOK MARUFACTURERf , 
o. 04S Clay Street, 

• AM rEAICUCO, 
Am* A* J Atreot, - HraBent*. ooS-lt 



Pulhn'i Caemicil Writing Fluid. 

t dot. not corrode or clog the pea. 



IBM LODGING HOUSE. 

. . Y K UBJI1IIHED ROOMS, BIR- 

Tell .l«s«* »«* Teatllstea. 



DINNER, 

DESSERT.il BREAKFAST, 

■flJID,.!, 

TBA 
8ETS. SETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

Klr.o.l »l,,.|.... 173 Piece (SS OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

ISO Ptecce SA5 OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

*S Pleee.. 930 GO 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

S7 Plt?cca 81SOU 

Silrerplated Serrice, 

1 Beat Oaator \ 

1 dozen each Tea anil ( . ,, „, . _-_ __ 

Table Spoons f ** Piece*. ...*W1 CO 

1 do/.eo Medium Forkti ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

(WUh Peilrl White soo OO 

(With French China fJHO OO 

GUARANTBKD FIRST-OLASS QOODB, And 
DAOktd or dchvertd FREE OF OHAKGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pine Street, 

jnlStl SAN FHANOISCO. 



Armory Skating Rink, 

llowuvd atreet, near Second. 




THE MANA- 
gers take pleasure 
in announcing 
thnt after bavinft 
a largo force of 
carpenters at 
work, their 

New Floor 

is completed: and 
aleolhat the Rink 
will be) 



oa=»i:iNr stjnioays. 

)02<llw TI7.ISA A AMES. 



Posters 



and Programmes 



Printed 



Cheap 



At SterkttX fi33 Olay street. 




miM^W^' 









THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTOItWEIY A.T liA. W, 

(Avoeet FreavelA.) 

DOOM HO. ». N08. T1S AND T1S MO!»T- 
■1A- cobmt atra. t. HAt ^d. (ot.t Fruk'l BeIood). 

DttWMA WMAimtO. ui JutHUI >* »P» 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNFR OK COMMERCIAL AND LKIDEH- 
dorff streets, hnving been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new .-mIi in,; room added in I root, la 
now ready to receive Lodgers by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICE of Xti, 91 H and 
SOc. BV THE NIGHT, and BY THK WBBK, 
#t flO toWaand *IB ifS—for Single Rooms. All 
the rooms are furnirihed with FRENCH SPUING 
BEDH. I h.' House atid Beds ure kept thoroughly 



ing in or vlxtting the eitv will find thin one o* 'he 
BKBT AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANOIBOO. 

KAX.1STOH. «fe COTTBELL, 
ap5 lm Proprietors, 



TO THE JLOVK1K9 OF 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TOl 
■OOletf is at tlie 

4* 



SALOON! 



0OO JlU.I-.u atreet, bet. Second nnd New 
Mout bo m ery, 

E-veiry Saturday £?ifr,la.t. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8:30 SHARP. 

N. B,— A spaoioua Club Room to let for one or 

two nishts a week, with every convenience for 
Band Practice, Club meetings, etc. Music furn- 
ishod for parties. 
my20 HOLLAND A, EAGLES, Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 

DRUGGISTS' STEAM 

Printer. 

HAS REMOVED TO * 

Sac.lMontg'ry 



Ojip. old office. 



W- A. HUGHES, 

SIS Claw atreet, bet-ween JLeldesdoraT and 

Sanaome. 
KEEPS THE BBS a 

" A. A. A. WHI8RET,' 

Marrlan's No. 3 Ale. 

BREWED EXP RESSLY FOR OAjfORNlA. 

Lara;* assortment _ 

~ 'aiy, Jamaioa Rnm c Holland Gin ana Foreign 



_- ^f Freeoh Bran. 

Wh'aky, Jamaioa Bnm Holland C" 
and Domeatio Wtnea of all kinds 




GLORIOUS VICTORY 1-FIRST 
Premiums nnd Rilvor Modals award- 
ed to FUGAZI S OiUKlSTAL OIL 
HMRDYE, nt. the San Francisco 
Fairs in ISM. '6ft and 'AS); at Sacra- 
mento In 1863, 'fi.5. 'lifi, '67 and '70; also 
at. Stockton and Mar.vsville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye is the hunt, simplost, 
easiest, applied in the world. Work 
done in a few Beoonds ; in twenty minutes no Gray 
Hafr or Whisker* to bo seen. Free from SDoab 
I. nad, Lao .Sulitjdb, or othtr poiaonotia, health- 
doatroying drugs used in other hair prepara-ions. 
One application, natural brown: two, blnok, Noth- 
ing In the world equnla this Oil for the Whittkers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI, K atreet, near 
Third, Hauraoiento; HUG A SCHMIDT. W> Com- 
mercial St., Kao Franuiaco; GATES A RHODES, 
San Joae. Ask your droggist for it. mye tf 



SrZeile's New Russian/Turkish 

— A.SD — 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 
For Ladles and Gentlemen, 

No. BZ9 PoelB e str*>« 

r^HE BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO U. 
X tabllshmentof the kind, either In Enroptol 
America. Convenient and separate apartmtnti. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, axd b* Plain ol 
Medioatod Waters. Suites of rooms In the aeint 
baildluc for private patients. 1n23 lm 



I. W. TABER, 

Art and Photographic Gallery 



]To, 18 Montgomery atreet, 

OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLB.-THIS NEW 
and elsrant eiUblUhment Is now oomplate 
In all It* appointments, possessing; avery raqnislte 
for axoellance In Pnotocrapbio Art, jsil laa 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

SAS Montsomerr .treet, cornor tan, 

ROBERT MAYERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A Novelty- <Jii|muee« Nnpbtns, 

and Chinese Buck Scratchers* 

AMERICAN WITCHES, CALA. DIAMONDS 

MM 1 Bto. Etc. Sm 



NAPA^ODA. 

T«K WATIHAL WATF.B as TAKES 
FBOSf THE SPBIAOS AT NASA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSITELT 
nsed for the past thirteen years, with tho moat 
satisfactory results. It contains many valaablt 
propcrt io3. as will be seen by the following 

Analysis of the Wnyn Sodu Bprlngfi 

By Dr. L. Lakzwehut, Practical Chemist, May* 

Temperature, Fahr 86" 

Residi urn from Evaporation!in .V* -gallon, gra..,.)7 

Bioarbonato of Soda .3 28 

Carbonate of Magnesia 88 

Oarbonateof Lime 2 73 

Chloride of Sodium 1 30 

Subcarbonate of Iron I 88 

Snlpbate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina in 

Losa ....0«2-l7 ■■ 

We, the onderaiimed. pl'ysioiane, practicing In 
the city of Ran Francisco, have exammod the re- 
sult of tho analysis made by Dr. Laozwoert, Prao- 
tioal Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springsof Napa. The water.aocordinn to tblaex- 
siniuation, poasesrins Aperient Antacid and Tonlo 
properties, which cannot fail to be very beneficial 
in the treatment of Chronic Dinnnaea, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: H. M. Grey, M. D.; Arthur B Stout, M. D.i 
J. P. Whitney. M. D.;A. F. Sawyer. M, D.; Oh**. 
Bertody, M. D. ; Wm. O. Ayree, M. D. 

oV~ For sale at all saloons throughout the oity 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly ezs 

outed at the Napa Soda Agency, 1X4 SUITER 

STREET. 

Jn20tf T XV. FKMW. Agent 



h Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 



F. MAN8ELL & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN AND ORXAMKNTAX 

3E>A-IT>JTE3n.l3, 

Ala MJCK ITMIT. f,15 



(JIsIFF UOISSE I 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING RREAKERS 
FOAMIM SORFI MOMSTERIMLIONI! 

Elegant Breakfasts, Innchei, Din- 
ners and Suppers 

BBIIS TOtB \rlFE I 

BUMS TOOK FAHIIT 

BBIID TOtB L4DV nuiUM 

An «JOT A Tl.W Of th. nnset OOKAR PAXOBAMA 

in Ul. whol. world. All Id iif ht of to. 

worl4-rocnnud 

GObDEK OATBI 

Wikb A tMt of wbitA-winf.d .iwun .□ t.rin 

from At «T PArt of tho oomAuroul world. 

■AT* Now Lin, BoMeo, ooOBOetJsg with Btroa 
Oat. ot hoa. MoooUin oroir 16 mlnouo htroAftv 
f or tho OUfl Hooaa. FAroiSooBti. 



bo. <-.:ry aw. except Bandar. W 
I>. BOGABDXTS 

— AX— 

•Tarchant 8t. and 535 Washington Bt 

Uolow Montgomery Blscfc. 



THURSDAY JULY 13, 1871 



TO HOT EL K EEPERS. 

"F1 »*"*•." »■ »«»«*> "very morula* to 
•U tfce hotel* «o «*»« Pacific Cou.t. Pro 
yrletor* of »«w hotels who hove not yet 
received H wUl bave It forwarded free 
•f charge on sending; u< their address. 



FIGARO ON THE GALA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

riOABO la thoroughly dl» tribute*] ev- 
ery day on the curs of the California Pa* 
elQe Mttllroad. leaving Muryavllle for 
YaOleJo und San Francisco at 1 o'clock. 



FIBARQ ON THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

TOO '* Flgaroa" are distributed on the 
OaUluud Ferry bouta every afternoon. 

moitly undone the passengers orrlvlur >>j 
Ue great Overland Train. 



FIGARO ON THE VALIEJO BOAT. 

MOO "Figaros" are distributed every 

day among the passengers an the Steamer 

Capital, on her aftern»on trip from 

VaUeJo to thla city. 



FIGARO ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

••Figaro" la circulated every day ou the 
eari of the Southern Pacific K. K. which 
leave San Joae for thla city at 3tSO P.M. 



■■Figaro" la circulated every day at 
Ike Skating Rink. 



THo New York Riot. 

The morning papers are full of telegrams 
detailing the particulars of the low riot in 
New York yeBterday. A more disgraceful 
BOene sever took place In an American oity. 
The riotous demonstration savored of the 
ignorance and bigotry of the Dark Ages, 
and was an insult and indignity aimed both 
against the American spirit of religious tol- 
eration and the gool repute of tbe Republic. 
As such it wes commented on on every 
street corner yeBterday with tbe most de- 
cided sentiments of disapproval ; and many 
seemed unable to find language sufficiently 
strong to denounce the outrage committed 
against our laws, our good repute, and our 
liberties. 

Americans have recently passed through 
the most bitter domestic war in the records 
of history, and have been arrayed against 
each other on a hundred battlefields. They 
have a hundred causes, each greater than an 
insignificant battle fought nearly two hun- 
dred years ago, to engender the bitterest an- 
imosities, but, thanks to a wise and more en- 
lightened education, tbe spirit of toleration 
has subdued the asperities, the bitterness 
and animosities arising from that great 
struggle, and we assemble together in peace 
and harmony. When will the rioters of 
yesterday learn this lesson ? 



Tender Mercies. 

Mr. Elizabeth Cady Stanton claims that a 
woman has a right to trial by a jury of her 
peers— that a woman should be tried by 
women. We don't bcliove that the general- 
ity of women would be in favor of this. 
Women don't show muoh mercy to those of 
their own sex who err. In such a case as 
that proposed by Mrs. Stanton, a pretty face 
would render the jury more favorable in a 
ease of frailty; the jury would have to show 
that they were sternly virtuous by the sever- 
ity of their verdict. 

My boat Brother. 

A merry, light-hearted amendment-ess 
rushed into a colored citizen's arms at Sa- 
vannah, exclaiming, "Oh, you are my long 
lost brother V She food, discovered her 
mistake, and rushed on" in a confused man- 
ner, accompanied by her long-lost brother's 
pocket-bo ok. 

It is said that it will require six months to 
complete a troupe for the Opera Oomique 
in Paris, the late company having been dec- 
imated by the war, or gone to America. 

Horton's Tobacco Antidote 
Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
reat success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other Blmllar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
of Hug k Schmidt, 5j5 Commercial &t., is ou the 
wrapper. Hug & Schmidt, Successors to P.J. 
ttMLly, Agonte. • 

I>r. JJoriorty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
•hrcnic and speeiflo practioe, and as such Is now 
•lie most ■uooostfal of any Physician In Sac 
Tranolsco. Omce M9 Sacramento street, corner 
Of LeidesdorS, a few door below What Oheor 
House. * 

ir You. Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
dry. . m 

Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
Branch House, 424 Saneome street, areabsolute* 
1," perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blanket* -jade of the finest California wool, 
and ah of spotless whiteness all combine to 
Insure a, t ood night's rest. * 



"Wlia-t le G-lixcoleln? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all - .nonary oompUiuts, Prepared and 
Bold by '.ones a. Stju&l* A Co., Ko, 621 
Montgomery street. • 



Oar Libel Suit. 

On Tuesday last tbe proprietor of Fioabo 
was sued for an alleged libel against Wm. 
R. Cranna, the plaintiff claiming $20,000 
damages. This is the first action for libel 
that has ever been brought against us dur- 
ing a somewhat extended career as a pub- 
lisher, and we think Mr. Cranna has not 
been well advised iu the course he has seen 
fit to pnreuo. Tbe article which be com- 
plains of was not editorial matter, but a 
card addressed to the members of the dra- 
matic profeseion and the public of Virginia 
City, Nevada, by Mr. Cranna's partner, J. 
M. Loller. It was inserted iu this pa^er as 
an advertisement, and was designed by Mr. 
Loller as an explanation, and a vindication 
of himeeir againBt the eharge that the part- 
ners had not fulfilled their engagements to 
their employees. Vfe knew nothing of the 
facte stated in the card, and published it 
without malice, or any intention to injure 
or misrepresent Mr. Cranna. It seemod, 
however, under the oircumstanoes, that his 
partner ought to have an opportunity to 
make a public statement exonerating him- 
self, if possible, from any blame in the fail- 
ure of the firm to pay their employees. If 
his statement was incorrect, our columns 
would have been open to Mr. Cranna for the 
purposes of correction, and we would have 
cheerfully and promptly made any repara- 
tion in our power as soon as convinced that 
we had done him a wrong. 

It is proper to add, that we were so 
scrupulous to avoid doing injustice, that we 
deolined publishing the card until certain 
portions of it, whioh might be deemed offen- 
sive, and which seemed unnecessary to a 
full statement of the facts of the case, had 
been stricken out or modified. Mr. Cranna, 
instead of proceeding against the author of 
the card (whose named was signed to it), or 
of calling upon us and demanding a correc- 
tion or explanations, has seen fit to sue us 
for libel. If a court and jury can be found 
who will, under these circumstances, think 
that we ought to be punished for libel, we 
Bhall bow in sorrow, rather than in anger, 
to the majesty of the law. But we have no 
expectation that there will be any occasion 
for our "bow," and Bhall not, therefore, 
waste our valuable time in practising it be- 
fore a glass. 

A Colorado Beverage. 

A Colorado saloon-keeper said of a rough 
crowd: "I couldn't get their whisky stroBg' 
enough for them, so after trying every way, 
I at last made a mixture of poison oak and 
butternut. It fetched 'em, I called it the 
sheep herder's delight; and it was a popular 
drink. The first Pike I tried it on yelled 
with delight; the next one took two drinks, 
and turned a double somerset in the road 
before the house. A peddler came along, 
and after he took several drinks of my 
sheep herder's delight, he went off and stole 
hiB own pack, and hid it in the woods." 



Precocity of Children. 

It always grieves me to contemplate tbe 
initiation of children into the ways of life 
when tbey are scarcely more than infante. 
It checks their confidence and simplicity, 
two of the beat, qualities that heaven gives 
them, and demands that they share our Bor- 
rows before they are c pable of entering into 
our enjoyments — Dickens. 



Cheap Clothing 1 . 

For cheap ready-made clothing, Purdy & 
Litchfield's, corner of Washington and San- 
some streets, is the place. Walk in and 
price the goods. 

Euphiosj lie's Enameline, 

A delicate esamkt., imparting an irresistible 
elegance and refinement to the face. Price 50 
cents. Wilson & Co., southeast corner of Fifth 
and mission streets. • 



A. Popular Desideratum. 

San Francisco as its population increases is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are springing up which aro a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wisant it Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pactfic Otbtzb Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, In beautifully furnished rooms for ladies 
and families, and altogether It bids fair to be 
the moat popular institution In the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Wejaht, who has 
been a wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that ol his partner, Cuaiu-ey Haake, 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, Is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific OY8TEB Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a most unexcep ionable manner. * 



l*lcnlcs-Callsto£;a-Seaside, 

The new Bummer styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street, Is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It 1b only at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous stylos. Of course, everyone snows that 
"The" Hat Store Is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at thlB well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. * 



Mn. Elizabeth Cady Stantoat. 

It is safe to bet that no male orator dur- 
ing the present political campaign in Cali- 
fornia will be able to Burpass the masterly 
speeoh made by Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stan- 
ton at Piatt's H-ill un Tuesday evening, in 
favor of Woman Suffrage. What impressed 
us more than anything else was tbe quiet, 
"genilenianly" manner in which Mrs. Stan- 
ton made her points, her skill in the use of 
satire, and the utter absence of "temper." 
There was not an invective in the whole 
speeoh. As a politician, Mrs. Stanton is 
unrivalled ; the ease with which she stood 
midway between the Democratic and Repub- 
lican parties, now leaning towards one, and 
then again making a step towards the other, 
was admirable. There is a great deal of 
truth in Mrs. Stanton's promise that the 
party whieh at the next Presidential elec- 
tion shall incorporate in its platform a Wo- 
man Suffrage plank shall gain the victory ; 
a great deal of strength in the reason why 
this issue should be taken up by one party 
or the other, namely : because other issues 
are dead. Mrs. Stanton is no crack-brained 
enthusiast, but a cool philosopher. If theie 
were more women like her, the cause she 
advocates would be gained in a very short 
time. 



No Time. 

A gentleman in Chicago, who was arrested 
for cruelty to a miserable looking horse, waB 
asked if be ever fed him. "Ever fed him? 
that's a good ua f " was the reply. "He's 
a bushel and a half of oats at home, only 
he ain't got time to eat 'em." 



If in this world you fail to find anybody 
as intelligent as yourself, don't get mad and 
think of committing suicide; try to bear it 
as bravely as you can. * 



Tlie Rustic Window SJtiaclo 

Is superior to any in market for cheapness, 
finish and durability, manufactured by Holle- 
han & Burbridge, 617 Mission, near corner of 
New Montgomery street. * 



Hew Ptirnlshn«; Goods, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



Reading Mattel* lor AH, 

Loornis, at his stationery store at the 8. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
ruehlng a business as the Post Office itself. 
ill the New York papers and English maea- 
sines are there. 

John G Hayden 

Has removed hiB old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacious 6tore, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Build. 
lug, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say It Is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. 



Car and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Figako 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco duilies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. * 



The Howe Sewing Machine 

And Butteriok's Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
no.bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Bhabeb & Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place in 
town to buy furniture and bedding. x 



To the Unfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, oorner of Commercial, San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In 1854, for the treatment of chronio 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
no charge unless he effects a cure. * 



The Only Place 

In this city for ladies' and gents' first-class 
boots and shoes is at F. X. East's, Nob. 322 and 
324 Bush street, opposite Alhambra Theatre. * 



Save Toxir Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in about eight years, to $260. Invest- 
ors can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at the office, 123 Post street, for information. * 



Everbody JEtuys Them, 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Bteuart's refined sugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candies have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the firm does an immense 
trade, both in the jobbing and retail line. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



JLAST NIGHTS OP 



*«► 



** 



FRIDAY EVENING, July Utb. 

Benefit of Jos. Murphy ! 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON- 

Crand Help Matinee. 

SUNDAY EVENING, July 16th- 

Positively Last Night of Help. 

0»-SPECIAL NOTICE.— Owing to the Theatre 
beiLg engaged by Mine. States, and ether novel- 
tie*, secured, HELP must positively be with- 
drawn after SDNUAY NIGHT. 

Box Office open from 10 a. m. to i p. il. where 
reserved seats may be secured WITHOUT EXTRA 
UHAJttGK, jyl3 



For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Those living in the oity know it already. 

'T* hec heap e at pi ace S boy yonra 
Mr taan df urn Is hlii eg oo 
dal aatt he ame rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No* 8 Second street. 
"'« BKNEDIOT A OO. 



LOST! 

LADIES' POCKET-BOOK. CONTAINING 
Receipt for n Piani and other paoers valuable 
to owner; a ^2 50 gold piece, some silver, a ring, 
and other articles. Tne finder is welcome to keep 
the money on retnminc the other contents to No. 
SO MONTGOMERY BJLOOK. "•™™» j ^ g°- 



WHERE 

TO 

GET 

TOUR 

MONET'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. T. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

DON'T 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOR 

THEM. 

All 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 

708, 712, 714 and 716 
Kearny Street, 

jnJ6 tf (OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



EIGHTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 

... OF THE.... 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 
AT 11 A. M., TX7JESBATT, AUGUST 8 

HON. MILTON - S. LATHAM 

Has consented to deliver the Opening Addbess 

THE EXHIBITION BUILDING IS SITUAT- 
ed on Union Square, in the .heart of th& city 
of Sac Francisco, and on the line of three attest 
railroads. Tbe building covers a ground ar^a of 
95,'iOU feet, and is complete in all its appointments. 

Steam power and water supply furnished tree 
to exhibitors. 

All goods competing for premiums, or to be cat- 
alogued, must be receipted for by the entry clerk 
before August 12th. 

Bales and Regulations can bo obtained from any 
of the officers at tbe Institue or Pavilion. 

In conjunction with the Industrial Exhibition, 
the BAV DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SO- 
CIETY will hold its tirst Exhibition of the Flow- 
ers and Emits of California, occupying a space of 
320x50 feet. 

Prices of Admission. 
Season Tickets admitting Gentlemen and 

one Lady $5 00 

Season TicketBadmittins one person 3 00 

Season Tickets admitting Juveniles under U 

years 1 50 

»9> The above Tickets are not Transferable. -©« 

Single Admission 50 cts 

Ohildron under 14 years 25 ota 

Children must be in charge of guardians or 
parents. 

Tickets oau be obtained from any of the Mana- 
gers, at the Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post Btreet, at 
the Pavilion, Union Square, or from the principal 
Mumc or Drug Stores in the city. 

■ar No bills will be paid unless ordered by the 
proper Committees, By order 

A. S. H4XL1DIE. President. 

W. H. Williams, Secretary. jyll lm 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED FROM 
buying the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE from 
Peddlers, or any person except 0. O. ElKENE, Mu- 
sic Storn. lOo Montgomery street (Local Agent). 
DR. LEVi W TAYj-OR is inventor and sole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none is genuine without my signature. 

DR. LEVI W. TAYLOR. 
Office, 105 Montgomery st.. Room 4. jyt tf 



rheumatism! 

EFFECTUALLY CUBED BY 

The Arabian Treatment. 

THE MOST SEVEKE OASES 

RELIEVEDJN 3 DAYS. 

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. SSO Pacific street. 

•WThe Doctor's advertisement* will appaar la 
Fioabo exclusively. Jutttf 




CaLIFORNIAJESTAURANT 

Nos. eia, cia and «>i4 moht. 
gomery street, near Merohant- 
I Ladies' Saloon connected with the fUa> 
.aurant. 

Bill of Fare. 

Ice Crcntn FBKE to tiny peraoa 
Spending 85 Ceuta. 

Senp, with Fish or Rroaets ,...l5o »\ 

Soup, with two Egge i5o [«_. 

Two Ens* lOc |Vtu 

Two Fur a. lone Ppcs lOc |»P 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee lfio IJ 

Mutton Chops, Tea or Coffee i5o wf 

Beefrteak, do i5o ' 

Sirloin Steak, do 20o 

I-'resh Oysters, Raw or SteweA ISo 

Clam Fritters iso 

Bottle of White Wine Wo ft . 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer ISo — 

Pies, Pudding or Cake 8c ^H 

Oat Meal, Mush or Cracked Wheat 5o *^H 

Coffee. Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of ■ S 

White or Ciaret Wine 60 JK 

del-t( JOHN REGAN. ProprieWiT 



3,000 Men Wanted! 

—AT THE— 

CITY RESTAURANT, 

North aide Clay street, below Montgomery, 



To Eat Ham and Eggs at the foUowlaf 

LOW PRICES: 

Three Eggs 150 

Ham and 2 Eggs 15c 

OysterB— every style,, 15c 



Beefsteak Wo 

Mutton Chop lOo 

Pork Chop 10c 

OutlBts I0o 

Pork and Beans 10c 

Smelts „ 10o 

Salmon ](i c 

Beef a la Mode lOo 



Roust Turkey ., £• 

Chicken Pot-pie..... 2b 
Fricassed Chicken... ]6g 

Breast of Lamb U| 

Fried Liver lfc 

Tripe— all styles, lflj 

Soup — all kinds..,,., 5* 

Tea or Coffee It 

Milk or Beer fa 

Claret Wine Si 

Pies, Puddings, etc.. H 



Try the City Restaurant,' 

538 and S40 Clay street, 

North Bide j net below MontgoDMr, 

julStf B. CAMPBBLL, Proprldw, . 



You Can Make Money 1 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. ST Second street. 

THEY HAVE REDDOED THEIR 
prices, and you osn live like a prion 
there for a small Bum. Among thi 
reductions are: 

Cup of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 cantu 

Ham and Three EggB 20 cnt* 

Oysters, all Btyles 20 cent* 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 cut* 

Soup, all kinds 10 oeau- 

Grand Family Restaurant, SO Second 
street, near Market.. julSU J 



HOFE! 

Cliang-e of Frogramnte 

....XT THE.,.. 

Esperanoe Restaurant, |ga J 

©47 Commercial street. nV T* j 

Board per Week 8 8JI 

Board per Month SO OO 

.Dinner with Wine , M 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Eare. 

GaTSTAVJE SCnKEIBEK, 

mr25 tf CAT Commercial st, below Kearny, '1 



RE-OPEWIKG OF 

Delmonico Ee st aurant I 

^fe. ^-\ THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE- 1 

HTK ( avJ°Pen the above Restaurant with a0 

NkJiLaf ihe delicaoies of the season, on SAT- 1 

^Ssfir URDA.Y, June 10th. and respectfully 

Bolioit the patronage of tbe public 
ju9 1m LAKE BBOTELRBS. 



RHEUMATISM. 

"ryjKS. W. S. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
"*""*- W. MAO, the only Conqueror on the Glebe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory; Neuralgia, Weak EoinB 
Lumbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseaees, etc, No. 1G1 Tehama 
street, fourth door from Third. ju28 lm 



Personal Property Taxes 

TW-OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OER- 
X1 tifled copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 

LELSMENT ROLL for the Fiscal Year 1S71-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, City and 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are cow due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining dne and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, wilt be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax CoUeotor, 

San Francisco, July 3d, 1871. jy4 lm 



Gander t €Pasad;gf I 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
turer. No. G18 Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California; and 1ST Second street, 
bet. Minna and N atoms. AH orders promptly at- 
tended to. Cartace free to all parts of the city 
wharfag aroeptad. ovrl3 tf 



THEAThZ ROTISSERIE, 

( S&5 Snpont at., one door south, of Bosh.: 
E. MARCQAND LATE OF THI 

'Ro tieserie Restaurant" of the Unlos 
Club, Proprietor. — The Table* provi- 
ded with all the Dslioaoies of the seaaom, 
••-OYSTERS EN EVERY STYLB JbBIm 



J. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets* 






Terrapin constantly on band. _Qy*ter«Jfl 
every tstg!~ ~ ' " ~ 

PARTIEI 



Btyie." PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOB 
mb 31 IS 



Oj«U 
OOHS 



FSPER'S OPERA HOUSE, 

VISGIKIA CITY, NEVADA 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEHIf B* I 
decorated, and is now open for the Snt*UBj" 
Season- STARS and TRAVELING COMPANM! 

UDeraUy treated on appUeation by letter to 

JOHN PIPER, 
Proprietor and Man&ffK I 



person to 



«T. n. MeOABA 

620 Washington street, San Frmnoiaoo 



M. KANE, 

DEALER IN WINES. LIQUORS AND OT- 
gare, cor. Jessie and First streets. [ju24 1m 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SAOBAMEMO . 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WILL OOMHD 
his second Dramatio Season early In Sept 
ber, until whioh time the Theatre can he rai 
for Concerts, Leotires, Conventions, and fori — 
atnoal Entertainments of a flret-claes order, v, I 
application to THOS. BAKER, Est}„ at HiT "" 
ft. Cos Banking House, corner of Second a—-, 
streets, Sacramento. ju <- 1* 

The Arlington House 

1 a^f KEARNY STREET, BETWEEN P 
A» • and Sutter, will be opened on the 1 
July as a first-class LODGING HOUSE, 
rooms are large, handsomely furnished, and wil 
be rented low. P rtiea deeinng to do so can nasi 



. . __ Jingle RoOJW 

from $10 to 915 per month. Transient enatom M 
lioited. j on 1st 



K> ■n 




»*» rmAHC»coi thimdat. jclt i.t. mi. 



KrnaiWv III 



AMKKU'Al. 
CLOTHING HALL 



>.M WT. 



IMI Hi! 

m uirii) 



Ull" 



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MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE NEW ALEAMBBA THEATRE. 



• . . . ,#■..., iw^i 

FIBK'S 

French 
Opera 
Bouffe! 

— rs*iw rut— 

CRAPED OPERA HOUSE, 

WILL > 

First Appearance 

— oa — 

II ! - ' < ■ MM.. Jl LI lllh. 

I — 

Offenbach's Comic Opera 

-mnui — — 

IBarbe Bleue! 

— HI.LT 

u »i.' I . r«t.ix oibbebe'-k 

JDLXS ALEXIS 
... Midrt.ii 

..M. I.lltoreurt 

M'll. K.lhaU. 

V. No. 

M v.na.lrt 

vniiXuk 

.lair. Alr.l. 
«.•. T. r*..«n« 

atubi>a v irrr.nMHi.i- 

OSLY BARBE BLEUE MATINEE. 

^. . . .*V|,00 

..».". r fn |. 

*lo.oo Rfwrn«Nc«U..SOc Kiln 

:• w>ii b. wp*. 4, If, from * a. m. ull 5 p. at., «b» 
II I H M4 Pri»»c. BoiM m.r .. Mcarcd. 






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THISETEMMi 

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Jl LI 1 1th, ts; i 

ABO UtriBiT AFTBBBOOB AT t. 



EMERSON MINSTRELS! 



TheWhite House 



EKTtRTAIflM HIT A LA 1ALON PART PREMIER. 



i «■ . -. « r.iisn n«i-M««nn 
BHBaMMT* 

H.IIAM 

MBBOB BOVFATB IMOA1X 

i mm 

Tfcv i.lwUl.wnal to cc.r 1»4* lb, «rf**l tfMlr*) with 



fXOWBBA FwJBBM t*LO*TSEI 
ITAI* W rawl 



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♦OlcS. 13x*o-t7V7n.*» Brown Ilorso! 

■ISM*. ri-BDT. BRAI1AM. IMEBIION. SCOTT AM> TBOUrB. 



PAIIT HKCOND. 



Ten Minutes with the Comical Vivian 1 
NATIVE ITALIAN AIjFLS. 

M| MtllM Cefene, 9- •■ Pnt<1j end M Alnsley Bcott. 

THE TWO HENJAMINS .original, COG ILL AM. COOPER 




OVERTURE- -Selections EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

The evening'* entertainment to conclude (by very particular desire) with 

S C 33 1ST E! S -A.T TJHCE3 PORGB! 

LEONORA MASTER EDGENE 

COB\NT II LUSA LOUIS BKAHAH 

MAXMCO M. ALNSLEY SCOOT 

Other characters by the Emeroonlans. 

CRAttoTpERFORtilMiCErEVERY SUNDAY EVENING. 

■7" »" ST" Ijook Out for tlxo Grand JJuclioas. "^» "^si "©a 
The Piano used is from tho house of Kobler, Chase k Co., 633 Clay Btreet, agents for the celebrated Ohickering Piano. 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 

IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOB OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WE WILL COMMEKOF. ON 

Moudny Juno BCtla 

TO CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE STOOK OF 

Summer Dry Goods. 

AT PRICES 

GREATLY BELOW C08T 

OP IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue 30 Days. 



J. W. Davidson «£ Go. 



Doxtor Jjyford, 

K M U A I. M F. H. 
, T at ear., ) ilr-M, Soomi 8 s.od A. 

•Bssbelaaed and prepared for ehipsaentt* 
ef ib» world- Orders from the interior 
attended tola person. feS-lm 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PINE STRET 

FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

BEAT STOCK, OP COOIIS IN THE STATE, AT FAUCES DFJl'IWJ COUPETITIVX 
VT- CAL.L, AND SESES FOR YOURSELVES.* 



TUB LAXOEIT AMD 



GO TO BAILEY & WINTERS, 

818 W ftalilrisloll « 

If yon want the 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Oa^dii SI per J»o«rn. 



MERCHANT TAILOR, 



5B7 Ooi 



loroial atroet, 



•ECTFULLT INFORMS HI3 FBIBSD8 AND ALL 

In went of De.lr.bte Clothing for the approaehlDR 

inontba that that he lute now Id his Store all the 

NEW STYLES OF 



Coatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

THE BEIT AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

'. work CHEAP FOR CASH, ami thoM who bu j on thla 
principle can SAVE MONEY. 

XX SHORT aa.urei all who may favor blm with their 
9r4an that be will give them entire satisfaction, and 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

b ba, now REDUCED HIS PRICES lo milt the tlmel. 

IUSIRESS SUITS FROM ERGLISH TWEED, $25 00 

HE REIVER SUITS FROM $40.00 UP 

UTS TO ORDER IR ANY STYLE $6 00 

31-ve uw av Oall and look at our Ooodf. 
Our number Is 

17 Commercial Street. 



HOUSES SHOE BASCrACTOET. 



m '-*- 



»t ELKO A NT OTJSTOM WORK IN THE CITY. I 
■in. rood! ud nrlea.. BEEBS, BL ALB A MA III ABD; 
j atr.. t. oa. door Math of Bush. 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF SACRAMENTO, 

Will take place at the 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 
OX .VEDMN11AY .11 1- Y 18tn 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for the day of the Concert by ttie various 
routes will be lutmed-to tboso holding tickets. 

Excursion Ticket* mar be obtained at all the 
prominent Bonk und Musio StoreR in this city, or at 
OADWaLLADER, DAVIS * CO'S, 

44 Fourth street., Saoramento. 
SHr* Excursion Tickets only good for the it'll, 
to soi I. of July, inclusive joi!8 td 

SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Consrre>a Hull, 880 Bash street, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny streets. 

REDUCTION OP PRICE! 

Assemblies— 10 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 J. u., 1H to 10 p. M 

Ad ml ••ton— Day and Evening. 25 Cents 

Use of Skatea 25 cents 

j|6tf CUAS. M. VALLEE. Proprietor. 



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CLAIRVOYANCE. 

MADAME BLANCB, THE GREATEST . » , 
CUiivoynnt of the age, can be seen at.'w* 
bar residence. No. OOO FU1.HOM STRliE I , i% 
betwsnn Fifth and Sixth, wb«re she can be non- 
suited on all bu- loess affairs, love and marriage; 
also, has oharmi tor love, luok, unhupptnuei in 
fainllive, and brings together tbu'separatod. Fee, 
fl and upward. 1}8 lot 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. SOHWOERER. PRO" 
feasor of Great Mysteries, oornor. 
of Washington and Stockton, over^ 
the fruit storo. Diagnosis and cures 
sloknens after recovery ta imponsible.i 
Prof. S. baa valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for love, good luck. Also, see v v 
Jour Intended. Fee, Fifty Cents and up. Hours, 
rem 11 a. it. to « p. m., and 7 to 9 r. m. ju2l im* 




I GOLDSTEIN St SON. -THE ABOVE OC- 
• partnership is this day dissolved, NOT by 
mutual consent, as no ooniultstlou was held, and 
in proof of which my name is not affixed* to the 
piihlisbsd notice of dissolution. The business 
will bs continued by the undersigned, at th * same 
stand, where bo hop m for a condonation of favors, 
etc All parties ind«btsd to the sold firm are no- 
tified to pay none but the underdgnsd. and no 
a<eot representing said firm, as they will be re- 
■ponsibte for the same 

8 A. GOLDSTEIN, 919 Sansome street. 
J.ly 5th, 1971. _ fe_:J ^.ss-IJjlIw 



TRY SQUARIA'S PUNCHES 



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■Egg Nosg (a uew Poneh) 

1. Anti-DyspeptlOjLadies 

Te*re, Anti-Divorce^Weleome, Oognae, Arraok, Gin, Whisker 



I rAnJ, S\ IJL1 LflTUrUV, II DICUUIQ, VUftuau, AAA IlkAJIV, Vi 1 

Cocoa, Coffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Pisco, Appetiser 
Roman Nootar. Aurora, Farewoll. Jamaica Hum, Kirscawaoier 
" ctiRiHALN, for Kdadlea. — xiadies' Favorite, Ladles 
treasure. Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Blackberry, Mint, Aaise 
Bo w Kim mel. Ooooa, Peuase Oafe, Pine Apple, Klraoh 

BITXtKJB.— Hvgienio, Oboler* Antidote, Atitroitvro, Sell 
ner. ant* til other Bitters In demand. 



MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

rTpHE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN YISITOHS 
-*• to San Francisco is that there is no "comfort." Food. 
ia cheap enough ; Clothing has come down In price ; but 
Lodgings— that is, comfortable Lodgings— are eoarce and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a desideratum in San Fronolaeo, 
but a man Is now in the Hold who supplies tbl§ ant and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Sansome streets, and he has now 
made the Branch House, 424 Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of its accommodations. Hera are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There is a Reading room with files of city and State papers, 
and ohess and obecker-boords for tho amusement of guests. 
The Branch House is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two houses, 

The Coso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of choos- 
ing by chance one of his lodgers every mouth and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other Induce- 
ments offered, caused those housea to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable homo were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Swell, finds is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by ohanoe, and 
being a law-abiding msn he has determined to discontinue 
It. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of Juno 
from his receipts as a gift to some ono, he does not mean to 
reclaim it, but will give that amount to some one ef the 
public charities of San Fmucraco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess For' une) will be 
given to the Ladies' Protection and Relief Society of San 
Franclsco-a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thus everyone who patronizes the Branch or Com 
House can, while he Is resting snugly tucked up In his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy the pleating reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also in some measure 
assisted in providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

BRAIbTChThOUSE 

424 Sansome street, 
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND CLAY. 

C30&0 HOUSE, 

411 Sanaomo street, 

SOUTHWEST OOBNEB OF COMMERCIAL. BTBBBT. 



I 



J. . B O » A. H D tr e 

— XT— 

(32 Jtorchaa! st. lid 535 WasMngton it. 
THURSDAY JULY 13. 1871 



Floixo will be macb oblige* If tbt.trlcl 
minigtrs In sll jirts cf ,oc Ccl " d 6t.tt«,p«r- 
lloalirly In California, will send to tnH office 
progrunmos o[ their I iJrict lot 

tan from members of tlie tbetir.cal I 
will llso be acceptable. Fjotso will mlHed 
tree of ctirge to al l ■l^irlne It. 

AMUSEMENTS. Etc 

M^truiie'* Opera. House. 

Th* lovers of thelit-htand fu cin«ioB mnricof 
Offeubseb and Herve »o are sort will bail with 
delisbt the advent o!Fiik'sOp*-ra Boufl* Tronpe 
faead#d by those ere" artistes. L*a Silly and Filix 
Girrebeuk.st this theatroihu ev-aiog. The first 
is the Lileoted and ebarmini; prims donn*en.«»ged 
in Paris jost previous to the war for James Flak. 
' and who daring a season of or.e year was tbe bright 
particular Ml at lb* Grand Op^ra Home. New 
York. Her singing and acting of tbo character of 
Rsnlotte. io -B*rb» B.eoe."' was the theme of 
nniveraal admiration daring that triumphant sea- 
son. Felix Girrtbeok. tbe tenor, toast become a 
jreat farorit*. He ie yauog and handsome io per- 
son and posces*es a fre*n. vigorous and sweet 
TOice : and what is most important in Opera Bonffe 
is an admirable aotor. Of Ja'es Alexis, it ie hard- 
ly neecessary to apeak, for, as all who attended 
the late opera Boston aio aware, be was the life 
and soul of tbe troupe. M'lle VtndeHt and th* 
rest of the ironpe arc very highly spoken of by all 
vbo have heard (hem. Tfle cpenlng opera will be 
* 'Bai-be Bteae," whichwill be produced with ev- 
ery care aa to detail, acd the costumes will be 
most elaborate. Tbe seats for the opening this 
evening are alrvady nearly all taken and doubtless 
the boose will be crowded from yit to dome. 

Alhambra Theatre, 

In #pite of any number of other attractions this 
favorite theatre holds its own and is always filled. 
Billy Emerson. C. Tivi»n. S. S. Pardy, M. Ainsley 
Boott. CogiU and Cooper. f>. H. Foster, who has 
lately joined tbe company. Lonis Brehatn, and 
others appear nightly, tod "Master Engene" de- 
light* all with his 'Native Italian Aire." 

Metropolitan Tbeatre. 

"Help" ts running to crowdsd nouses, and Joe 
alorphy is "tbe idol of the honr." an ebory idol, 
a Dnich idol, and golden offerings are made at his 
■brine. To-morrow evening he will take his bene- 
fit "Help" will be played at the matinee on Sat- 
urday, Saturday night, and on Snnday night for 
the last time, the management having new at- 
tractions in preparation for the coming week. 

California Theatre. 

To-nigbt the farce of ' Marriage at Any Price," 
which has caused to mnch amusement the even- 
ngsitbM b*en pl»ycd, will be pretested again; 
William Horace Lingard will appear in some of hie 
beat character impersonal iotj*, including Emperor 
Norton, which is a great hit, a$d the play of "Time 
Tries All" will be performed. 

Bella Union Theatrr. 

Ella Weaker, the Reynolds Brothers, Mat Kelly. 
Frank Jones, Blanche Sully, Minnie Corbyn end 
Sister. MayLeroy, Fanny Garretson, RaJ 1 ? Uenry. 
Maggie Brewer, Miss Josephine. Minnie Fill- 
more. Harry Thompson. R. H. Tijtor. and pretty 
little Zoel. will all appear to-nig^t in the capital 
programme which appears on o:irnrs& page. 

Theatre Comlque. 

In addition to tbe present bright particular star, 
S. M. Hail, tbe baojoist; Jobnoy Taers, Jobnny 
De Angelis, Jake Wallace, Lew Parker. Tommy 
Rosa. Jimmy Murphy. Professor Panl Bonlon, tbe 
violinist; Miss Lfszie Harmon. Eva Silva, Annie 
Lamar, Fanny Webster, Blanche, and Rosa Da- 
rand, appear nightly, and liadime Lopez and her 
four pupils continue their engagsment at this 

home. 

Howard Street Skating Rink. 

This rink will be opsn on Sundiya hereafter. 
Afternoon ani morning levees every day. The 
new floor U perfection iuelf in its way. New 
beginners will receive particular attention. How- 
ard street, opposite New Montgomery, ba;ween 
Second and Third streets. 



Anatomical HI use a on. 

The Florentine Venus is the admiration of all 
visitors, and is one of tbs flies t works of art in 
San Francisco. Tne Dying Zoa»vo i<< an exquisite 
piece of mechanism: tbe De Osaililu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and t boss* ads of curiosities 
too numerous to mention, are on exhibition day 
and evening. 



Mirthful Men and Women. 

It i9 a real blessing to have one in a fam- 
ily who is sensitive to the ludicrous. There 
Are enough to reflect upon the sad side of 
life, and its irritable Bade, and its sober 
side. We need one or more to show t';e 
mirth that often trembles below the surface 
of painful things. A real impetuous laugh 
dissipates many illusions, sweeps tbe twi- 
light out of our imaginations, acd brings 
honest daylight. But it must be real— eo 
dry, hacking laugh. It sbonld be sponta- 
neous, outburstiog, irresistible, infectious. 
We have seen men fall lo laughing who 
hare not heard the cause of mirth, but have 
ouly caught the contagion of other men's 
laughing. It is hard not to laugh with men 
who are in earnest about it. 

lfTou Want 

First-clast, Bootcand shoes you must go to 
P. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Nos. 
822 and 324 Bush street, opposite the Alhambn 
Theatre." • 

The Place. 

The Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
•very luxury and comfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest acd fattest oysters. 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Oorville's 
oysiers are gathered fresh every day— Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own -ter beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster bt ji the State. Try them. • 



A Modern Serenade. 
The following is a verbatim report of a sere- • 
nade heard on Bosh street the other ni^ht : 

Lady, ope thy we-be-hindow, 

Acd uicli-be-hice thine ear, 
While tbe moon Is be-he-beamisg, 

Deign my lay to be-be-hesr. 

Softly steal the brec-hee-heezes 
O'tr the scented lt-ne-hea ; 

Btrdi among the ttse-bee-heezsi 

Slumber ei-hl-hilenUy. 

Lady, from thy la-he -hat lice. 
Pray look down on me-bc-be ; 

Mollify your fa-ha- bather, 
And'ack me in to tt-he-Uca. 



SufTrnte For Hoys. 

The Tribune has the following : 
Mr. Mark Twain's lecture next season 
Will bo "An Appsal in Bebelf of Extending 
Saffrage lor liovg." There has been so 
much loose writing about suffrage, and 
there are eo many wiM speeches maie about 
it bv tbe ladies ("Gad Bless 'em I) and euch 
.1 fuzzificatioD and mozzitication 
and cleconcateuatiun of tbe whole matter, 
thai it is quite time for a fresh i.eparturo. 
Claflin ft Woodhall's Weekly retorte : 
We can't see the point in the above. It is 
m re dust to blind the eyes of euch as have 
not yet seen the logic ot impartial suffrage. 
Men above the sge of 21 sgree that until 
males arrive at thit age they shall cot be en- 
titled to the ballot. Apply the same rule to 
women is all we ask. We don't ssk that 
girls may vote. We believe in, and it is, 
the constitutional right of the people to 
regulate suffrage by the role of equality. 
All we ask is that it shsdl be eo regulated. 
If men are mature citizens at 21, so also are 
women, and entiiied to the privileges or full 
citizenship as are re -n, unless tbey forfeit it 
as provided for men. We do not c-ire at 
what age citizens are allowed to vote; let it 
be fifteen, twenty-one, thirty, or fifty, but 
U t all citizaos be equally entitled to mature 
to some age at which, when attained, tbey 
may participate in government. Anything 
less than this is not equally among citizens; 
and if equality do not exist among oitizenB 
then government is not republican io form, 
in which case it ia the duty of Congress to 
look after it. 

«- 

Insensibility. 

When a man is a«leep his pulse beats and 
bis lungs play, but he is without sense, and 
you can easily wake him up. In sleep the 
face ia natural. If a man is asleep let him 
alone; nature will wake him np as goon as 
he has got sleep enough. If a person 
"faints," he Joo is without sense, but he 
has no puli'e, acd does not breathe. In a 
fainting lit he has the pallor of death. 
When a person faints all that is needed is to 
lay him down flat on the floor, and he will 
"come to" in a double-quick time. He 
fainted bacauee the heart missed a beat — 
failed for an inBtant— failed for only once to 
send the proper amount of blood to the 
brain. Apoplexy is between the two. The 
heart beats, the luogs play as in sleep, and 
there is no sense aa in fainting, but you can't 
shake a man back to life. In apoplexy the face 
is swollen, turgid, and fairly livid. As there 
is too much blood in the head, every 
one can Bee the best position is to set a man 
up, and the blood naturally tends down- 
wards, as much so as water will come out of 
a bottle when turned upside down, if the 
cork is out. 

Courage In Every-Orty Life. 

Have the courage to discharge a debt 
while you have the money in your pocket. 
Have the courage to do without that which 
you do not need, however much your eyes 
may covet it. Have the courage to speak 
your mind when it is necessary you should 
do so, and to hold your tongue when it is 
prudent you should do so. Have the cour- 
age to speak to a friend in a seedy coat, even 
though you are in the company of a rich 
one atid richly attired. Have the courage 
to make a will and a just one. Have tbe 
courage to tell a man why you do not lend 
him your money. Hive the courage to 
show that you respect honesty in whatever 
guise it appears. Have the courage to pre- 
fer comfort and prosperity to fashion in all 
things. 

IT. lirsmal&kl 

Dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars, CC'9 
Mission street. 



William Horace Lingard. 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste impersonates is wonderful. The Cali- 
fornia Theatre is crowded, and between the 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon, 



where th?y find whUky good enough for "t 
Major in the Ninth"— a giod thing to tak3 be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff 3ou=e," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," 'par excellence," the 
best to be obtained an jwhtre. Hermann is also 
also famed for his "bitter beer," which is just 
the thing for "tbe upper ten thousand" who 
patronize tbe snug little Fiean Salmon opposite 
the stage entrance of the CalUoruiu Theatre. * 



What Cheer Laundry, 
321 Leide&dorff street, near Sacramento: 



Creme de Lie. 

Beautiful is the finish developed by the use 
of Dickeys celebrated Creme de Lis, a pure 
transparent romplexion being imparted. Ho 
poison entt-. its composition. • 

Wiia* Cheor JUaunary 

Galls for and delivers clothes to all parts of 
thtcitr, • 



Important to Strangers. 

Abraham's, 33 and35 Second street, the place 
par actUaic? to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, 125; beaver suits 
to order, $10 ; pants to order, (8. All gootls 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
sae tbat be can save from 25 to 35 per Dent, by 
nnrchasine hts clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing bouse of G. Abrahams, 33 and 35 Second 
street, 

J alien Perrault, M. X>., 

Physician and Surgeon, member of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
oral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by tbe newest 6cientinc meth- 
ods. Office 502 Montgomery atreet, northeast 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Eccn-B 
9, 10 and 11. Consultations in English, Frsnch, 
German and Spanish, • 

♦ ■— . 

Well Established, 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, is never allowed to fall Into 
disuse; every year the sale ot Cassin's tyt. 
Wild Grape Bitters increases, and thousands 
cam bear testimony to their merit, • 



Hisrh Llvine at L-ow Coat. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare 6erved at tbe "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
men are supplied wilh dinners at a low cost 
per plate, but it neglects to add that John Be- 
gan's California Restaurant, on MontROmery 
etreet, San FrancUco, within twenty pacea of 
the Bulletin office, serves better fare at lower 
cost every day In the year. What would the 
Bostonlans think of a dinner composed of tha 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass ot ice cream, all for 25 cents? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will cost 
t*-n rents more These are tbe regular bill of 
fare charges at tbe CaHrornia Bestauraut. In 
fare how la tbat for high 1 In price, how is that 
for iuw 

- — ■ e 

Wliat Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



Sqnarza's. 

Frequent attempts have been made to Imitate 
Fquarza's famous ligueun, but the secret of his 
Ingredients and method of mixture has never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar- 
es 'e Punches aud the imitations Is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and flavor for 
years, while the latter spoil if not immediately 
used. The Egg-nog Punch, If kept from one 
Christmas to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as If freshly made. It is an arti- 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. Tbe 
Morning comfort. Appetizer and Antl-Dyspeptle 
Punches are excellent at all seasons. 

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. 
The building is a very fine one and it wel 
Hehted and ventilated. 



NO HIORE RDUKn-^NnULDEBED 



The Elixir of Touth, 

For which tbe sages and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it in one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corville Ac Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too late, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on tbo half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your yonth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain glorious forever. 

What Cae^er Laundry 

Ia the best laundry in San Francisco 

Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage in the saloons In the East 
at present. It is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how rediculous his 
reflection looks In them- There is sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will smile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, end the transmogrifications tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque.^ Ev- 
ery one should see them. 

• 

Washing Returned In One 3Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Qfaeer 

Laundry. * 

Oysters axiol Chowder, 

Try Joe Giusti's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladies* saloon at 
tached. Open day and night, » 

X>o Tou Know 

That with Btjttebick'b Pattzbks you can cut 
and 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 Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. 



Silver Plating-. 

Articles from which the silver has been worn 
ore received for re platingby Haynes & Lawton, 
Market sired, under the Grand Hotel. * 



A Grand Picnic 

WILL BE GIVEN AT 

3>JE'S7S7" SATTCBIiITO 

....OH.... 

SCKDAT JULY 16* 

BY THE.... 

French Mutual Benevolent 

Society. 

THE BOAT WILL LEATE . -xff^ZM, 



and 2 o'clock, and Saucelito at 1, 3, 4, a &nu '■ o til*. 

GeDtlemeo'a Tickets (fare included) $1 < 

Ladies' Tickets dare is eluded) 

jrUtd 



FOR SAN QUENTIN AND SAN RAFAEL 



Si S&mwt 



To San Qoentln..50e 1 San Eafael. .. .75c 

THE FAVORITE STEAMER CONTRA COS- 
TA. Capt- J. McKenzie, leaves Ferry Wnarf, 
Davis street, near Yjll-j:-. lor San Qaentio, con- 
necting by railroad with San Rafael and the sta.ces 
iiom mere for Olima, Tomales and Nicasio, every 
neek day aa follows: 
San Francisco at 9 a.il. 1:45 p.m., and 6:M P.M. 
SanQaentinatSand 11 :30 a.m., 2:4-5 and S40p.1L 

Sunday £xcor»!on Time Table. 
Leave Sun Francisco at Id :20 A. M. and 5:30 P.M. 
San Rafael at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

issif 



CHAS. mXTVBJS. 



C. E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY - 
sneer. — Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
dro, directly opposite the Court House. 

FARMS nnd HOMESTfcADS for sale a«d to 1st 
in v&riout> parts of Alameda connty. ap£9 lm 



TO JIjEST. 

NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Address PHILLIP tOWBSf, 

Petti am , 
Or apply to <T. H. HcCIBB, 

oc256m Theatrical Agent, 6 an Francisco. 



E^or Sale ox* Rent. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 
Kent of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from the best 
American j od European 
maBU factories, for &ale cr to 
rent on the most favorable 
terms. 

«. CUSTAZ, 
SO O'Farrell street, near Market. 




XiAI>II3S! 

FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION, OA1L ON 
or address Mrs. A. B C.. No. 11 Harrison 
street, San Francisco. jnSlm 



CALANTHINE! 



A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 
te'S by a rentieman speaking Enplish. French, 
Spanish and Italian fluently. Is conversant with 
commercial ^Derations, and can give tbe beet of 
references. "Would accept a commission ortravel- 
ipa sgencv. Has beeD three yean in one hoase. 
Address G. A., Figjxo Office. jn£ tf 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. UC7 KEABNT STREET, 

Adjoining xhe Weed SEwrsa Machine Siobe 



GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
&ud fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
well'withaD ill- fit tint: shirr, 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SBIRTS. opening at 
the back aud avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation tor making 

FEBPECT-riTXINO SHIRTS 

To order is well known. Gents' Furnishing Gooda 
at the lowest rate. 




P 



AH onr Shirts b*ar tbiB Trade Mark, and none 
are genuine without it. We import our own goods, 
manufacture our own goode, and sell none but our 
own goods. 

The low 'ates at which we execnte orders have 
secured the ppfronage of all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Cuffs. 



3S7 KEAKXX STBJKKT, 

Adjoining the 



"Weed" Sewing Machine Agency 
;a23K . 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-OPENING OF THE 0L0 AND FAVORITE 
CREEK RCDTE. 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH 
Steamer CHIN DU WAN, hav-, _ 

iog elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manently on the Creek Route between San Fran- 
cisco, Uakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, June 21ih, leaving Brosdway Wharf, Oak- 
land, and Pacific-Street Wharf, San Francisco. 
daily, as follows: 

Sao Francises. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 DO A.M. I (* A, 51, 6a.ii, 

11 00 A. M. 10 t'O A VL. 

H.Op.m, 12 00 M. 

4E0F.1L 2 ijn p. m. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Care, which 
convey passengers to the University Grounds. 

The 'raveling publio can rely on the UH1N DU 

WAN crosEing without interruption at the loweet 

stages of tide. Fur e Ten Cents. Freight at loweat 

rat*B. Good accommodations for teams 

ju231m J. P. ZIMMERMAN, 



OGEAM HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED 
tbe Ocesn House and Track lor a term of 
i ears, and having engaged 

FUtST-CLASS COOKS, BTEWAEDS AND 

EAEKXEPEES, 

Is now ready to attend to tbe wants of all his old 
frieDde who may favor bim with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make bis guests comfort- 
able and happj. 

•W- Special attention will be givon to Training, 
Puroha&ing and Selling Horses. 

GEO. TF. MICKEY, 

ap29tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....13 LOCATED AT.... 

9S7 WasMaKtoH street, nest Door to 
the Hull of Eecoivn. 

_JB. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 
at the last Mechanic's Fair, for the beBt dis- 
play of Hats, both in style and quality. Ons. 
tomers will please remember that the di- 
ploma is placed in (he window so tbey cannot be 
deceived as to the place where lo nurchase the 
BEST HATS at the CHEAPEST BATES. It 
the first Hat Store below Kearny street. feI6-tf 



SPECTflGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



ItnOLESALE AXII RETAIL. 

SO "S"ears' Experience 

O. MTJLIjBH, 

OPTICI15, 

SOS Montgomery Street, Ea.s Block 

ja23 tl Sao Francisco. 



Dr. ARCH'D HcSPARREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, 

Proprietor of DE. BOURNE'S well-known 
BATHS AND M4£KETIG BATTERY, 

IO MASONIO TEMPLE, POST STREET, 
JL\J ueL.r Montgomery and Merker, Sin Francisco, 
for tbe euro ol COLDS, RHKUMATlcM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA, nnd other Nervous Com- 
plaints, etc. A&arath for the healthy, perfectly 
lnxu iant, and. to purify the blood, unequalled. 

•arlhe LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under the 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. juTlm 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

It is not in tbe least acted upon by steel pens. 



:e*.:eivxo-\7'.a.Xj. 
J.F. &H.H. SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FEOM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sansome atreots to their new 
four-story warerooms 

M. b —We wish to impress upon the public that 
we can make it to their advaotage to call and 1 in- 
spect our stock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

So. SIS PIKE STREET, 

Between Montgomery and Sansome ata. 
jaS tf 



MITCHELL. & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court Exchang e, H ear City '.Ha.lt. 

■9- Hot Lunch daily from U to 2 p.m. Pasaen- 
geri Store* put np at the shortest notice ap26 



The Champion and Pivot-action 

Braces, 

THESE BRACES. IN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, have si) the sdvannigee of Sus- 
penders and Shocl^er-Brcces combined. 

1st.— They do nor disairacge the shirt-boBom. 

2d.— Tbey cannot frlip off the t-bouldere. 

3d — They give no strain on tbe brcaat. 

4th.— Each section of the wms can be sdjueted 
independently. 

5th.— By means of ths adjustable back-strap, a 
gentle and powerlal brace cbn be obtained. 

6tb.— Their ea&e and convenience commend then 
to everyone, and no pereou afttr umde them will 
ever u'c tbe old-f.'shic-uf-d Ft'ppenders asain. 

oS^P&tented October 10.1665. Beware of infring- 
ing on these patents. I or sale by 

C. R. BUBB, 
Sole Agent for tbe Pacific Coa±>t, SiS Market 

Btreet, below Stockton, ban Fr&ncisco. 

■9~Trade supplied at liberal discount. ju23 lm 



FirwiciaiiB Kecprmcend 
Ana o^er 600.000 Peosie ^trlore- 



R, HENLEY'S 




XXX* BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY WOK- 
derful TONIC, after a serieB oi years and ex- 
periments, has succeeded in bringing before tut 
gab! ic all that can be desired ef a pure Tonio ana 
ecuperator. 

Headache, Biliousness and Constipation, genera] 
Debility acd Loss of .Appetite all are caused by 
the derangement of tbo Stomach, Liver and otbtf 
functionaries of the system. The IXL Bitten 
have been successfully need and are warranted vff 
alleviate the safferer in alt tbe above oases. 

H. EPSTEIN & CO., 
Successors to L. GROSS & CO Bolo ProprietO 
of Dr. Henley'sIXL Bitters. 

SIS Front street, San Francisco. 
7 JLa. Sulle street, Chicago, 111. del 



FAYOItlTE YA1LEJ0 KOUTE 

CAMFOKKIA PACIFIC RAILROAD I 






AND STEAMER CAFIVAI* 

&s-a.iim3ieir Arrangement. 
SHORTEST AN3 WOsFcOMFORTABLE LIRE. 

Savins' SO Miles In Dlitcnce. aud 3 hours 

In time to Murysvllle and 5S 

Miles to Sacramento. 

Ennntng Palnce Cnr», equipped with Mil- 
ler'* Sufety Platform and Couplers. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) e*0> 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Fast 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
Leaves Froot ei reef. Wharf, San Franoisco, fit 8 A._ 
connecting at Vullcjowitb ca eof California Piiciflo 
Railroad, by which passengers arrive at Sacramento 
at 12 H5 p. 3i., Marysville at 2 :15 P. M.. and Colistogt 
at 12:45 p. m. ; also leaves San Francisco at 4 p. m., 
by which passenger? reach SscTAinenlo at 8:15 F. 
m„ Marysviile at 9:30 p. m.. and Caliatoga at7;4s 

GOIXG SOVTH : 

Morning Express Trains leaves Marysville at 6^0 
A. M.. Sacramento at " :3 ' a. M., and Calistoir* at 
7:30 A. M., arriving at San Francisco at 11:30 a. m. 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marysville at IF. 
II.. Sacramento at 3:30 P. w., and Cr.listopa at 2:45 
P.M.. arriving at San Francisco at7:30p. M. 
sr.VDAl TRAINS AN1> BOAT. 

Sunday Express Train leaves MaryBville at 10:18 
a. m.. Sacnuiiento 2:30 F. m., and OulUtoga at 3F. 
II.. arriving at Ssn FrnncifCo at 6:45 P. M. 

Stfamer CAPITAL, on Sundays leavsi 
Sua Franoisco at 8:30 a. u.; passengers arriving *t 
Vallejoat 10:15 a. m„ Sacramento at 1 :45 p. M-, 
Marysville at 5 P.M.. and Calistogaat 12:40 P.M 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trains front 
Calistogaand Marysville at 5 P. u., arriving st Ssn 
Francisco a'. fi;45 P.M. 

Procure tickets at 3CG Montgomery street or OD 
board the St earner CAPITAL. Eaggage colled f«r 
aud checked from residences, hotels, etc, bytw 
S. F. Baecai-'p Exqrese Oompsny. 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTISOtf, 

Gnn'l Freight andPa^s. Ag't. Superintendent, 

Vallejo. May 6tb, 1871. my&tC 






Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THE WORLD-RENOWNED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TO 
Mokelomae Station. Peck A Go's btsge LlM 
Concord Coaches from Mokelumn» Station tolT - 
Trees. leaving San Francisco at 8 A. M. every d 
stoppjog over night at Mok*-lnmne Hill, and ft 
tng at Big TreeB at 12 M. neit day. Retun . 
leave B-gTrres at 2 P.M., stopping over nicht s 
Mokelumce Hit 1 , leaving next morning at 6!^, ftDi 
arriving at Mokelnmne Station next day io litre to 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains East and 
West, arriving at Nan Krancieco at 5 p. M., maklnC 
the round trip in 2 days and 10 hours. 

FA BE: 

Uokelanne Station to Bio* Trees. ...S 9 

KonnUTrlp !• 

>»-For further particulars, apply to 

P. H. KEAJf, A rent, 

i a271a No. C»8 Olftj street, San Franolaso.1 



I 

1 



ECONOMY 

■ ■ •» t»» m» • 
eSa|l«« T.«» • **<< 

fW SCHUCX 5 CO. 




AMEKH AN 
CLOTHING HALL 

•at uun *T. 



V.kaaa. XIII 



• AM IRkMOOOl FRIDAY. JILT u. int. 



INI hit room 
III LOttll 






Kaakar lit 



U6UIRPS OPERA HOUSE NEW ALHAMBRA THEATRE. 



; rench 



Mis fc1 l MNi, 



r ■■■■■-». woa noMMH 

Jl LI Mih. is; i 
iT«tT it»i»-) srsuse TBI »ui usuirmt inaiMi at t 

TBI OniAT 



The White House 



BlM 



— ram t«i— 
RAND OPERA HOUSE, , 

' » IlillH. 

mix iiu nun — • 

ocond Appearance 



i 

AT EVC«IMO 



nbach'a Comic Opera 



arbe Bleue! 




Opera EMERSON MINSTRELS! 

Bouffe! 



EUTKHTAINMCItT A LA SALON PART MCHIIR. 



■Ml | 

(■la 



■«. ruun ■ • 

iTHll 



JCLT lit. 



■ nnn, |.i«r»« 
ux a HHtiitM 

■ » riROT 

. tioaom i.i'rrAvi untrt 
•ii.lv r.iuoi 
Tte aHMWI w awMlaew 1V7 •*•»! 4-urM wllk 

OXcl Brown's Brown ^c 

■rate* rrm-T. pm«a>M. ihwi. aooTT .«d ItJUIN 
1'A.RT HECONO. 



<-: 



I Ten Minutes with the Comical Vivian! 



dat irauooi- 
OHLY BARBE BLECE MATINEE. 

.aw Hi ■>■ ■«■ ■ few.,., . ai.oo 

'» fa.... -1W.«M» K'« rtftHtali SOe K.Ira, 
from • a M ttll S p. a., whea 
Ban, .a 3 Privet. Boxea BUI b. aaenred. 



NATIVE 


ITALI. 

ItfM*, ft. ft. Pntdj and M Ala 


A.1NT AIRS. 




M.ei.r 


il«7 Scott. 


I Mr. TWO 


BENJAMINS 




COGILL AM) COOPER 


Pr- ■ j* rt -i ttr >, n"t'*. 


X-.A- 


sett t ^v 


K. n:. 


BILLY EMERSON IN HIS ORIGLNAL 


SONGS AND DANCES! 


OVERTURE- 




EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 



Tbt evening's eoturuinnieot to conclude toy vsry particular da sir*) with 

ONE NIGHT IN A BARROOM 

HOOUB ihMRTNl .-haractM BILLY EMERSON 

Bob ktagoon fa r 8. 8. PllTdy | Mr.WIHdmi Louis Brabani 

I. Fada-aa » infer ». tor 0. H. Foster I Gamekeep-r R. Robinson 

Barkeeper M. Alosley Scott | Other charact-r* by the entire troupe. 

CrTAtrD^E^^r^Ncir^ 

•v- »s- %r XjooIl Out for tlio Crx-A-ZLC^. T3uo)aoas. "«o -«a -^o 

The Plaoo used It from the house ot Kohler, Chase k Co., 633 Olsy street, agents tor the celebrated Ohickering Piano. 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 

IK ORDER TO MAKE ROOM TOR OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WE WILL COMMENCE OH 
Mondny Tuno OOtb 

TO CLOSE OLT OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF 

Summer Dry Goods, 

AT PRICES 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

OF IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue HO Days. 



J. W. Davidson & Go. 



[XI ' '''' 




Doxtor Liyford, 

IHIALMtV. 
T KcAraj- •..-•-«-«, Koom S .tad 4* 

■mhsitassd And pffsptred far shiptneat te 
•f lb* world. Ordsr. from tfce interior 
•Wewdsd to in person. isA-lm 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO.,.- .315, 317, 319 & 321 PINESTRET 
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 



TRJ L1IOUT A 



Mil BEST STOCK OF GOODS IK THE STATE. AT Pit ICES DKFTI!>« COMPETITION 

ITOALL AM) SEE FOR YOURSKL.VES.A1 



GO TO BAILEY 8 WINTERS, 
8X8 \AS aanlngton Sti 

If 70n want the 
FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 
Cavda. SI per Dozen. 



L. J3 H O n.T, 

MERCHANT TAILOR. 

OB7 Oommerolal atroet, 

RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND ALL 
to w.iit of Ij. .ir,bl«> Clothing for the approaching 
i ff month* that that ho baa now In hla Store all the 

NEW STYLES OF 

oatings, Pantaloons and Westings, 

TNI IEIT AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

fa work CHEAP FOR CASH, and those who buy on thia 
principle can SAVE MONET. 

MX SHORT aeeurea all who may favor him with their 
rdara that ho will give them entire satisfaction, and 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

la ha* now REDUCED HIS PRICES lo aoit the tlznel. 

IUSInESS SUITS FROM EN6LISH TWEED, $25 00 

HE BEAVER SUITS FROM $40100 UP 

ANTS TO ORDER IR ANY STYLE S6 00 

>!▼• uw a Gall and look at our Goods. 

Our number la 
3B7 Oommerolal Street. 



riOMBER SHOE HA.MTK TCIEI. 



fei> 



W- ' • 



T*anv»tKLEr,»NTOUBTOM WORK IN THR OTTY. ' 
■« eaalne cooda and 0,1 on. BEERS. BLAIR A MATNABD1 
Mbiw .treat, one door Muth of Brian. b2fl 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF lAOAXENTO, 
Will take place at Lbe 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 
OM «'KD.\K»DAY JULY IStb. 



EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for tbe da; of tbe Concert by tbe various 
root", will be iseuedlto those boldinir tickets. 

Excursion Ticket* may b<9 obtoiDod at all the 
prominont. Book and Mutio Htoren In this city, or at 
OADWALLADER, DAVIS A OO'S, 

41 Fourtb street, Saor&meuto. 
a«**Ezoiiriiion Tickets only good (or the 18th 
to aOi.i of July, Inoluaive- Ju23 td 

SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Congress Hall, »»0 ISiihIi ati*e«t, 

Bstweea Montgomery sod Kearny atreets. 

RKMKTION OF PRICE! 

As.emhllM-10 to 12 A. M.. 2 to 5 P. If., Vi to 10 P. M 

Admission— Day and Evening '-SI Cents 

Use of Skates 26 cents 

jf 6 tf OELAS. M. VALLEE. Proprietor. 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

MADAME BLANCH, THE GREATEST » •» 
Clairvoyant of ttaeage, osn be seen at.ODa 
bsr residence, No. OfMt FuLHOM UTKbE I'. t% 
between Fifth sod Sixth, wh.ro she oan be con- 
sulted on all buninesi attstrs, love and marriage; 
Also, has charms for love, luok, unbappiness in 
families, and brings together the - separated. Fee, 
SI and upward. J>8 1m 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. SOH WOERER, PRO 
feasor of Great Mysteries, corner, 
of Washington and Stockton, over 
the fruit etoro. Diagnosis and cores 
sickness after recovery in impossible.. 
Prof. S. has valuablo Roman Talis- 
mans for love, good luck. AIbo, see y \j 
your Intended. Fee, Fifty Conts and up. Hours 
irem 11 A. M. to 4 p. M.. and 7 to 9 P. H. ' 




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1GOLDSTRIN' & SON. -THR ABOVE 00- 
* partnership ie this day diattolved, NOT by 
rnulnnl consent, as no consultation was hold, and 
in proof of wbich my namo is not affixed to the 
published notice of dissolution. The business 
wilt bs aeptinued by the underpinned, nt i h - earns 
stand, where be horna for a continuation of favors, 
eto. All parties indebted to tbe said firm are no- 
tified to pay none but the undersigned, nnd no 
agent rspreientmg aaid firm, as they will bs re. 
sponsible for the same 

8 A. GOLDSTaUN, »1» Saaaome str-st. 

July stb, 1371. _., a,— 3 ii! afcijaiw 



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SQUARZ A'S P UNCHES- 

PVKCHEM, for Oentlemen.— Egg Nogg (a new Punoh) 
Morning Comfort, Ladies' Plervsare, Aati-Dyepeptio, Ladies 
Tears, Anfci Divoroe, Welcome, Oognao, Arrack, Gin, Whiskey 
Ooooa, Ooffoe, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawbarry^ Pieoo, Appetisoi- 
Rorn&n Nnctar, Aurora. Farewell. Jamaica Rum, Klrech wasser 
"CORDKL", for Kaiidlea. — uadlee' Favorite, Ladies 
lleaanre. Ladies' Tesrs, Strawberry, Blackberry, Mint, Aniss 
Ros e. Kim mel. Oocoa. Ponase Cafe, Pine Apple, Kiraob 

BlTl'XaU,- Hysdenle, Oholsra Aatidot,*, Aaguaturo, Stla 
nsr, ant* all other Bitters la demand. 



MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

rWlHE OREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VISITORS 
-■*• to San Francisco Is that there is no "comfort." Food 
is cheap enough ; Clothing has come down In price ; but 
Lodgings— that is, comfortable Lodgings— are scarce end 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a desideratum in San Francisco, 
bat a man is now In the field who supplies tuf B ant and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewkll has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Sansome streets, and he has now 
made the Branch House, 424 Sansome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of Its accommodations. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There is a Beading room with riles of city and State papers, 
and cheBS and checker-boards for the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two houses, 

The Coso and the Branch. 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of choos- 
ing by chance one of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other induce, 
meats offered, caused these house* to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewkll finds is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by chanoe, and 
being a law-abiding nun he has determined to discontinue 
it. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reolalm it, but will give that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Fortune) will be 
given to the Ladies' Protection and Belief Society of San 
Franclsco-a society which will certainly make good use of 
It. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Coso 
House can, while he 1b resting snngly tucked up in his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy the pleasing reflection that while he haa 
the full value of bis money, he has also in eome measure 
assisted in providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

BRANGH~HOUSE 

484 Sansome street, 

BETWEEN OOMMEKOIAL AND CLAY. 

COSO HOUSE, 

4XX Sanaome afreet, 

SOUTH WEST OOEKEB OF COMMERCIAL. STBEET 



t». b o o a. it x> rr s 

— AT— 

:«rchant at. ud 635 Waahington rt. 
Below Mortgomitry Block. 



FRIDAY jri,YH. 1871 



Figabo will be much obliged If theatrical 
managers In aU part* of the United btatcp, par- 
llonlarly in California, will send to this oflioe 
programmes of their performances. Brief let- 
tera from members of the theatrical profession 
wlU also be acceptable. Fioaiio will mailed 
tree of charge to all desiring it. 

• •Figaro'* u mm"iI every ulghl m Boom 

Pruirammi' tow M;mn1rv"«. Optra Ha*Mi 

Ketropolltmn Theatre, CallAnvln Th*-n- 
trr, Athninbru Theatre, It. lln I'nlon 
Theatre, Theatre t'omliiuc. and all pla- 

cc of amancmcnt In San Frun< I <■..". 

AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 



Matrnire's Opera House. 

This time-hoDored temple of the drama which 
has been tbe scene of so ni«oj triumph* and where 
the- people of Sao Francisco have enjojed. so maoy 
pioaaant evening!, was re-opend last Bight. Every 
part of tbe house pressoted a brilliant appear- 
ance, being throofed with fashionably dressed la- 
dies and gentlemen. "Uaibe Blene" is a ctaa»m- 
ing opera, fall of fan, abounding to delloiooa lit- 
tle bits of harmony and pretty airs. The story 
may be briefly told : A French Bine Beard has a 
fancy for marrylog, bat by the law of France cannot 
of coarse have more than one wife at a time. In 
Older to gratify bia fancy for frequent change of 
wire, he employs Papaloni to dispose of his wife 
by poison as soon as ho gets tired of her. When 
the opera opens Papaloni has already had five 
placed in his bands and Is in search of a sixth for 
bis muter. Us finds Boulotte, a rustic maiden. 
Barbe Bleu* comes to claim her. Boulotte is pre- 
sented at conrt and causes much amusement by 
Hot y<iu') ■(..(<. In tbe third act she is passed over to 
Papaloni, wbo receives her in a vaulted chamber 
with insoiiptions on the wall denoting that the 
bodies of Barbe Blene'e five former wives lie there. 
Boalette pleads with her husband, but be is in- 
flexible and leaves her to be finished by Papaloni ; 
be tells her it is his duty to poison her, but be 
himself, like his master, has a weakness for pretty 
women and has never been able to perform this 
duty; hi therefore gives her a deeping potion. 
Barbe Blene comes in, sees her, as he supposes 
dead, and goes off to marry Floarette, with whom 
be has fallen iu love. Ab soon as his back is turned 
Papaloni revives Boalotio by means of an electri- 
cal machine, and opening a door in the wall dis- 
covers all Barbe Bleue's other wives alive and well. 
In the last act they all appear and confound Barbe 
Blene just as be returns from the altar with Hour- 
ette. Lea Silly is a very clever artiste; her eyes 
are beautiful, ber every motion full of expression 
and her singing charming. Nothing could be bet- 
ter than her representation of tbe hoydenish Bou- 
lotte, and the applause and langhter was loud and 
frequent. The finale cf the second act was rap- 
turously ec cored. 

M. Felix Girrebeuk is, as we have alreacy 
eaid, young, handsome, and a capital actor wild. 
a sweet tenor. Jules Alexis filled tbe role of Pap- 
aloni to perfection, aoa tne other Darts were done 
justice to by those to wn<>m tbey were committed. 
The orchestra wbich has produced this opera ua- 
der tbe mosical direction of M. David and Prof. 
Geo. T. Evans, was efficient, tbe dresses were gor- 
gonua, and tbe entertain men t a most pleaoant one. 
"Barbe Blene" will be performed every night, in- 
cluding Sunday, and for 'h» mt-iaee on Saturday 



A POEM FOR THE CHILDREN, 

tZ ALICE CAST. 

My e men and women 

Wbo sit with t'jts Jjwc caer. 
Turning tbe leaYee of 8o©w-Bt.-rric3 

Over and over so fast, 
I know as I hear them flatter 

Like the leaves on a Snuimtr bougb, 
Ton are looking out for a story about 

Tbe Fairies- are'nt you, now ? 

And eo it is wipe to tell yon 

That you needn't turn so fart. 
For there i*n't a single fairy tale 

In the book from first to last. 
My muse i* plain and hometpun, 

Quite given to work-day ways, 
And she never spent an hour in the tent 

Of a fairy in all her days. 

She Is strongest on her native soil ; 

And you will eee she tings 
Utile in praiee of elfs and fayB, 

And leBS of queens and kings. 
The fluent ladies, so she says. 

And the gentlemen most grand, 
Are made by Nature gentlefolk. 

And are royal at first hand, 

Bhe Bays of the women who sew and spin 

And keep the bouse with care, 
That they are the queens and princesses 

Whose trains we ought to bear ; 
And says of the men wbo hammer and forge, 

And clear and plow ihe land. 
That they are the worthy gentlemen 

Who make our country grand. 

A ribbon, she says, in the button-hole, 

May go for what it goes, 
But he is the greatest man who is great 

Without such tinsel shows. 
Our country's flag can never drag, 

She says, nor ts stars go down ; 
For how should it fall when one and all 

Are rightful heirs to the crown? 



Are There Really! 

Tbe Alta speaking of tbe reception of tbe 
news of the New Yorfc riote, Bays : 

The "FaynianB*' and their friends, if they 
have any outside of their own organization, 
| were of course bitter, and more or less vio- 
lent in talk, while tbe American element — 
tbank Heaven, there are some of that left 
yet, etc. 

Are there some of the American element 
left? "We are afraid it are rather demor- 
alized. 



Alhambra Thea.tr*. 

As usual, this place of amassment was well at- 
tended last night. Billy Emerson surpassed him- 
self in song and dance; tbe funny Vivian was en- 
cored again and again. S. 8. Purdy iB very amus- 
ing in negro acts, and tbe music is delightful. 
An evening spent at the Alhambra passes away 
very Quickly and pleasantly. Tbere will be a mati- 
nee to-morrow afternoon at half price. 



Metropolitan Tlieatre. 

This theatre has been crowded every night since 
the production of "Help" on Monday, and Joe 
Murphy has every reason to be gratified with tbe 
hearty welcome he has received on returning to 
the scenes of bis youth . To-night he will take his 
benefit, and hie many friends will rally on the oc- 
casion and give him substantial proof of the esti- 
mation in wbich they hold him. Tbere will bt> a 
"Help" matinee to-monow afternoon, and to-mor- 
row nfgbt will be tbe latt bat one ol "H .p." U 
being played on Sunday night for the last ticut. 



California Theatre. 

Tbe farce of "Marriage at Any Price;" William 
Horace Lingard's comic ek'itches, and the two aDt 
comedy of "Time Tries All," formed the enter- 
tainment last night and guvs thorough satisfaction 
to all present. Tommy Tact in the latter piece is 
one of Mr. Lingard's best parts; M>bs Alice Dun- 
ning looted fascinatingly pretty as Laura, and 
acted the part capitally. Tne oth-r parts were 
well filled by Miss Dickie Ltneard, John T. SUy- 
mond, who obligingly undertook tbe old man olur 
actur of Mr. Ltosou; J«mss Oar>leu, W. A. Mes- 
tayer and others. Tbesaiua bill will he presented 
to-night. Matinee to-morrow afternoon. 



Bella Union Theatre. 

Miss Ella Wesner is is admired by everpocn, the 
is eo wonderfully artistic and neat 10 her charac- 
terizations, and Einga a song in each good style, 
"Good as Gold," 'Give a Man a Chance," and 
Captain De Boots." are received nightly with 
shouts of applause. The SpaniBb tallet of "La 
Maba" irvery pretty. Tbe fall programme of to- 
night's performance appears on Our first page. 



Improvements in Woodland. 

The pretty little town of Woodland is to 
have a Public School House and a Fire De- 
partment. To procure funds for these ob- 
jects, a gift concert will be given in the 
coime of a few weeks. The first gift will be 
S20.000, and there will be 1143 gifts in all. 
The scheme iB progressing favorably, bo 
some lucky ones will make a big raise and 
Woodland will flourish. 



"Where are you Going:* 

Mr. Guyser?" "I'm going to buy a pair of 
boots for my sweetheart to go to the Springs 
With." "Whore ati 1 " "Where? why, what a 
question. Why, where every body gets them; 
at F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Nob. 
f 22 and 324 Bush street, opposite the Alhambra 
Theatre." » 

The JPlace. 

The Saddle Bock, 410 Pine Btreet, a few doors 
above Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with beBt of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oysters. 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Oorville's 
oyBters are gathered fresh every day — Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. * 



Or omo «lo T_.1eS. 

Beautiful is the finish developed by the use 
of Dickey's celebrated Oheme he Lif, a pure 
transparent complexion being imparted. No 
poifcon enters its composition. • 



Car and Steamer Xewi Agency. 

A. Kronberjj, the news agent for the steamer 
Cupitbl and the cars of the C. P. K. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Figabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. • 



F. Kiwmaiski 

Dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars, COD 
Mission street, • 



William Horace Linsard, 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste impersonates is wonderful. The Cali- 
fornia Theatre is crowded, and between the 
plajsagreat many people, go across the street 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon, 



Theatre Comfque. 

Johnny Tacrs appeared last night trishter tb*n 
ever; Lizzie Barmoo sang «<-mu charming btllad*; 
tho Ethiopian farce of ""Wake Cp. Wm. Henry." 
by Jake Wallace. Lew Parker nod Tommy Roam, 
caused mooh laughter; Mm?, Lapez and hor four 
pupils iu living Btaiues WAN roach app 1 .■■■ 
M. Hall did wonderful thtnes on tbe i 
amused everyone; and altogether ttie entertain- 
ment was a great success. 

Plan'* II til . 

To-night Mrs. EH.-ibetb Cady Stanton, one of 
the moat delightful woman speakers ever Uatonad 
to by any audience, will deliver a lecture on 'Wo- 
man Suffrage and Free Love." Seats may be ob- 
tained at ths door at 5U cents, reserved scats 25 
cents extra 

Howard Street Skating Rink. 

This rink will ba open* on Sundays hereafter. 
Afternoon and morning leveea every day. Tbe 
new :loor is perfection itself in its way. New 
beginners will receive particular attention. How- 
ard street, np-oaite New Montgomery, between 
Second An rd street?. 



Anatomical Museum. 

The Florentine Venus ia the admiration of all 
-isitors, and ia one of the finest works of art in 
San Francisco. Tne Dying Zouave is an eiqniaite 
piece of raech^isn.; the De ChaitUu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the bt jider, and thoaaande of curiosities 
too numerous to mention, are on eihibition day 
and evening. 



where they find whUky good enough for "a 
aiojor in the Ninlh"— a good thing to tabs be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff Hou?e." soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," 'par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. Hermann in also 
also famed for hi* "bitter beer," which i* jnst 
the thing for -'the upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the Fnug little Figaro S:ilm n opposite 
the stage entrance of tho Calif oruiit.TiieatrG. * 

What Choer Launrlry, 
321 Leidesdorff Btreet. near Sacramento, 



Important to Strangers. 

Aukaham's, .13 and 35 Second street, tho place 

met to v roc ure fashtonahlo clothing*. 

made to order, (26; beaver suits 

to order. ?iii: pants to order, S-8. All goods 

warrai.te.l '■> fit or uo sale. Every reader must 

Bee that he can save from 2~< to :ji per cent, by 

Infills clothes at the great cash cloth- 

Be of G. AwLMiAvs, 33 and 35 Second 

itftet. 

Jnlien I*ex-ri»iilt, 31. Z>., 

Physician and Surgeon, memrer of the Med- 
Ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perranlt's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acuta or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientinc meth- 
ods. Office 602 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Booms 
9. 10 and 11. Consultations in English, Frsnrh, 
German and Spanish, • ' 

» Ml 

Well Estnbllshea. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, is never allowed to fall Into 
disuse; every year the sale of Cassln'e ttt, 
Wild Grape Bitters Increases, and thousands 
can bear testimony to their merit. • 



.tiiK^i l*lYiner at L»ow Cost. 

Tbe Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap fare served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
ou Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
men are supplied with dinnerB at a low cost 
per plate, bat it neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Bestanrant, on Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, within twenty paceB of 
the Bulletin office, terves better fare at lower 
cost every day in tbe year. What would the 
Bostonians think of a dinner composed of tho 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of ice cream, all for 25 centu? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will cost 
ten r«nts more These are the regular bill of 
fare cburgea at the California Bet-taurant. In 
fare how ia thai for high ? In price, how la that 
for low * 

Wiiat Ciicer JUaundry 

EmployB no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



Tlxo Elixir of Youth, 

For which the sageB and philosophers of old 
searched In vatn, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson CorviUe k Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too taie, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast iu 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style yonr fancy may dictate ; 
and your yonth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain glorious forever. * 

What Claeer- XjanxKlry 

Is the best laundry In San Francisco 



Contortion 3Hlrx*ox« 

Are all the rage in the saloons in the East 
at present. It Is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how rediculons his 
reflection looks in them- There 1b sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will smile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogrifications iney make 
In a man's appearance are very grotesque. _ Ev- 
ery one Bhoald see them. * 



Washing- Itotixxnetl in One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the "What Cheer 

Laundry. * 

Oysters end. Chowder, 

Try Joe Giusti's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer Btreet. Ladies' saloon at 
tached. Open day and night. • 



I>o Ton Know 

That with Butteeick's PaTTEENs you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly 1 Send 
postage stamp for sn illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Butter 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



Silver Plating. 

Articles from which the silver has oeen worn 
ore received for re- platlngby Haynes & Lawton, 
Market siieet, under the Grand Hotel. * 



A Grand Picnic 

WILL BE GIVEN AT 
NXHTOT SATJOBliITO 

ON 

SUNDAY JULY 16th 

....BY THE.... 

French Mutual Benevolent 
Society. 

THE BOAT WILL LEAVE . wcIC^Jfc 
Mei B c«' Wharf at 9. III. II, l:!ji£a5£2J 
and 2 o'clock, and tjaacelito at 1, 3, 4, 6 aua b o cla. 

Gentlemen's Tiikets (fare iooluded) $1 00 

Ladiea' Tickets (fare included) SO 

jylltd 



FOR SAN QUENTIN 



AND SAN RAFAEL' 



To San Quentla..oOc I San Rafael... ,75c 

THE FAVORITE STEAMER CONTRA COS- 
TA, Capt. J. McKeDZie, leapae Ferry Wharf, 
Davis et reel, near Vallejo. lor Sao Quentin, con- 
necting by railroad with Sao Rafael and tne stages 
fiom tbere mr Olima, Tommies and Nicasio, every 
week dap aa follows : 
San Francisco at 9 A.M., J :45 p.m., and 6:33 p.m. 
San Queotin at 8 and 11:30 a.m., 2:45 and 5:30 P.M. 

Sunday Excursion Time Table. 
Leave San FraDcisco at 16:30 a. m. and 5:30 P.M. 
San Rafael at a a.m. and 4 P.u. 
jv8 tf CHAS. MINTURN. 



Posters 



and Programmes 



Printed 



Cheap 



At Stebett'p, 533 Clay street. 
i>ll 3m 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda Comity 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

CEiRCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
t^ anw-r.-Offlce in Smith's now Hall, San Lean- 
drn. din>«l.].v r.ppo.it.. the- Coon House. 
. I AKMSand UOMESTKADS for sale and to lot 
iu va.loun parts of Alame.iit cmnly. 



Squarza's, 

Frequent attempts bare been made to imitate 
Equarza's famous Koueurs, but the secret of bis 
ingredients and method of mixture has never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar- 
ca'a Punches and the imitations Is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and Savor for 
years, while the latter spoil If not Immediately 
used. The Egg-nog Punch, if kept from one 
Christmas to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as If freshly made. It Is an arti- 
cle especially fmftable for the holidays. The 
Morning comfort. Appetizer and Antl-Dyspeptie 
Punches are excellent at all seasons. 

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. 
The building Is a very fine one and it wel 
lltrbtM and ventilated. 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. aftT KF.1BKT STREET, 
Adjoining tbe Weed Sewino Machine Stoke 



CJENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
m and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
well with an ill- httini: Rbirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
tbe back and avoiding all crampllog of the bosom. 
Our reputation for making 

PEUFKCT-FITTIN'O SlIIKTS 

To order ia well known. Gents' Furnishinc Goods 
at tbe lowest rate. 




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All onr Shirts bear this Trade Mark, and none 
are genuine without it. We Import onr own poods , 
manufacture our own goods, and sell none but our 
own goods. 

The low < ates at wbich we execute orders have 
secured the patronage of all olasBee. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Caffs. 



S. POPPEH., 

SST KIJRXT STKJEKT, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sewing Machine Agency. 
jo23tf 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-QPENINB OF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 
CREEK ROUTE. 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH r_»aO* 
Steamer CHIN DU WAN. **-" ■ im ^Y^wu7 
ing elegant accommodations, bas been placed per- 
manently on the Creek Route between San Fran- 
cisco. Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, June 21th, leaving Broadway Wharf. Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 

San Franciace. Oakland. Brooklyn. 

9 0U a. M. 7 00 A. M. 6 A. M. 

11 00 A. M. 10 no A. m. 

1 00 P. M. It 00 M. 

4 !0 P. M. 2 00 P. M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Oars, which 
convey passengers to the University Grounds. 

Tbe traveling public can rely on the OH1N DU 

WAN crossing without interruption at the lowest 

stages of tide. Fare Ten Gents. Freight at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations for teams. 

ju231m J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 



OCEAN HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING LEASED 
tbe Ocean House and Track for a term of 
jeara, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS COOKS, STEWARDS AND 
BARKEEPERS, 

Is now ready to attend to the wants of all hie old 
friends wbo may favor him with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make bis guests comfort* 
able and happy. 

•»- Special attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and belling Horses. 

GF.O. AT. BICKEY, 

ap29 tf Proprietor. 



The Champion and Pivot-action 
Braces. 

THESE BRACKS. IN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, have all tbe advantages of Sus- 
penders and SliooHer-BraCFB combined. 

1st. — They do not disarrange the sbirl-bosom. 

2d.— They cannot elip off the shoulders. 

3d —They give no strain on tbe bruast. 

4th.— Each section of the pacta can be ndjntttd. 
independently. 

5tb.— By means of the adjustable back-strap, i 
gentle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

6th. — Their eaae and convenience commend then 
to everyone, and no person after using thera will 
ever nee tbe old- fashioned euependers again. 

Unpatented October 10. 1865. Beware of infring- 
ing ou tbeee patents. For sale by 

C. B. BTBR, 
Sole Agent for the Pacifio Coast, Bl» Market 

street, below Stockton, ban Francisco. 

■ftr-Trade supplied at liberal discount, jc23 lm 



Phviicians Recommend 
And over 500.000 Peoole Endorss 

DR. HENLEY'S 

CEbEBHATED 




ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....18 LOCATED AT.... 

SST WnahlBBtoa'atreet, next Door to 

the Hall of Record*. 

Ito. MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

Wai the last Mechanic's Fair, for the best dis- 
•£» play of Hats, both in style and quality. Ons- 
"^ tomers will please remember that the di- 
ploma is placed in the window so they cannot be 
deceived as to tbe place where to purchase the 
BEST HA1S at tho CHEAPEST RATES. It 
the flret Hat Store below Kearny Btreet. fel6-tf 



SPECTAGLES WY SPECIALTY! 



WHOLESALE Mil SIT1II,. 

SO Years' Experience 

C MULLER, 

OPTICI1K, 
SOS Montgomery Street, Bon HTock, 

jo23 tf San FrunciBoo. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL ELF.CTBICIAK, 

Proprietor of DR. BOTJRKE'S well-known 

BATHS AND MAGNETIC BATTERY, 

1(| MAPONIO TEMPLE, POST STREET, 
X\J near Montgomery and Murker, San Francisco, 
for the on re of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OA K 
POISON. NEURALGIA, and other NervouB Com- 

Claints, eto. As a bath for the healthy, perfectly 
lxu'iant, and. to purify the blood, unequalled. 
«r The LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under the 
charge of MRS- McSPARREN. jo7 lm 



IXL BITTERS. 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY WOK- 
derfnl TONIO, after a Beriea o> years and «- i 
penments, has succeeded in bringing before tbe 

Sublic all that can be desired of a pure Tonio and I 
ecuperator. 

Headache, Bilionenessand Oonstipatio 
Debility and Lobs of Appetite all are 
the derangement of tbe Stomach, Liver 
functionaries of thB system. The IX 
have been successfully used and are wbj 
alleviate the sufferer in all the above cas 

H. EPSTEIN & i 

Successors to L, GROSS & CO Bole P 
Of Dr. Henley's IXL Bitters. 

CIS Front street. San Froi.-— „,. 
t X«n Salle street, CIiIcujeo, 111. del 



FAYORITE tallejo ROUTE I 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD I 



ap'J9 



FXARTOS 

X 1 or Sal e o r Hent. 

A LARGE ASSORT- 
rafnt of Square and Un- 
rtgbtBlanoA from tho best 
American and European 
manufactories, for sale or to 
£ rent on the most favorable 
w terms. 

K. (CttTAZ, 
CO O'Farrell street, near Market. 




CALANTHINE! 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Ftofd. 

It is oot in the least acted upon by steel pens. 



AND STEAMER CAPITAL. 

Summer Arrangem ent. 
SHORTEST AND M0STJJ0M FORT ABLE LINE. I 

Sttvlnu 60 Mllea la Distance, and S hoars 

la time to Afarysvllle and ££ 

Miles to Sacramento. 

Running Palace Cars, equipped with MU* I 
ler'a Safety Platform and Couplers. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Snnday) esor 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Fast 
proas. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
LeaveB Front street Wharf, SanFranoiaoo, at 8 A.tt 
connecting at Vallejo with oats of Oalifornia Pacific 
Railroad, by which passenger* arrive at Sacramento 
at 12:15 P. m., Marysville at 2:15 p. M., and Ouliatog* 
at 12:45 p. m. ; also leaves San Francisco at A p. si., 
by which passengers reach Sacramento at 8:15 X. 
M„ Marysville at 9:30 p. at, end Ualistoga at7^5 

OOIVG SOUTH i 

Morning Express Trains leaves Marysville at 8:W I 

, M., Sacramento at 7:30 A. m., and Calistoga at 

:30 A. is.,, arriving at San Francisco at 11 :30 a. m. 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marysville at IP, 

., Sacramento at 3:30 P. M., and OaliBtogaat2:45 
P. &L, arriving at San Francisco at 7 :30 p. M. 

SUNDAY TRAINS AM) BOAT. - 

Snnday ExpreSB Train leaves Marysville at ]0:13 
A. M., Sacramento 2:30 P. si,, and Oallstoga at 3 P. 

.. arriving at San Francisco at 6:45 P. m. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sundays, leave! 
San Francisco at 8 :30 a. m. ; passengers arriving at 
Vallejo at 10:15 A. u., Sacramento at 1:45 p. m., 
Marysville at 5 P.M., and Cuiistogaat 12:40 P. K i 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trains from 
Calis toga and Marysville at 5 P. m., arriving atSu 
Francisco at fi:45 P.M. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery street Or OD 
board tho Steamer CAPITAL. Baggage called for 
and checked from residences, hotels, etc., by the 
S. F. Baggage Express Company. 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTISON, 

Gen'l Freight and PaPs.Ag't. Superintendent, 

Vallejo. May fitb.1871. mj 9 tf 



WANTED. 

A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 

^X re-.s by a geni leman speaking £ngli»h, French 
Spanish and Italian fluently. Ia oonveraantwith 
commercial opemions, and can give the best of 
ref .rencea Wonld aoce-pt a commission or travwl. 

Addrees G. A., Fiaaao Offloe. jnfi tf 



1=2.33 3VEOVA.L, 

J.F. &H.H.SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sansome streets to their new 
four-story warerooms 

N. B — We wish to impress upon the public that 
we can make it to their advantage to call audlin- 
speot our atock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

So. SIS PINK STKEJET, 

Between BIontKomery and Saaiome Kta, 

jnStf 



h Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 

It flows freely from tho pen, and is tbe best 



Calaveras Big Trees. 



m 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholes^* .Dd BeUil Dealers ia 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Conrt Kxchanc«. JCear City (Hall. 

■V- Hot Luocb (UUr from U to 2p.lt PuMn- 
t.rs' etoni pn op u toe Morten notio. »p« 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THE WOELD-EENOWNED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

"yiA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TO 

T Mokelurane Station, Peek & Go's Stage Line 
^oncord Ooaches f rom Mokelomne Station to Bfg 
IVeeB, leaving San Francisco at 8 a, m. every day. 
stopping over night at Mokelumne UilJ, and arriv- 
jng at Big Trees at 12 m. neit day. Re taming, 
leave Bg Trees at 2 p.m., stopping over niftht at 
Mokelumne Hilt, leaving next morning at 6|£, and 
arriving at Mokelumne Station next day in tinro to- 
t«ke the Western Pacifio Railroad trains East andt 
West, arnviDgat San Francisco at 5 p.m., making- 
the round trip In 2 days and 10 hoars. 
FAKX; 

Mokelumne Station to Big Tree* ■ 9" 

BonndTrl*., 



ie 



ITFor farther particnlart, apply to 

P. H. KKA.V. A«eat, 
inZTla No. «*S Clay itraet. Saa FruotMo. 



£**>* 



«. A. COLD.TCIN 
Mo.iT j. Itr 7 i.©>4« 

mwmsht curmc 



"Figar 







iran 



■'■: . 



,.: B 






•Alt rHABCISCOi miDAT. JILT 



• •■Wt lt< 



ALIFORNIA THEATRE. METROPOLITAN THEATRE NEW THEATRE COMIQUE BELLA UNION THEATRE 



It 133. Ill Oil MO SllOOOflfl 

1 L X IV Gr A. H. r> 



BBIVEJPIT 



^Lirv^AnD JOE Ml.'KPIIY, 

ILICE DUNNING 
vLlmr* JZ>. IL.ln.tBAX*<a. 



i 1 1 1 « . u i \ i 



«» W •,. . »«l >:*. 



TAMMY Hinvr 


1 AHA ITARR' 


E3. 3Vt . 


HAL H.. 


*—>._>■ 


■ 








kraod M.lk-4>i.M4 .(m.1 







MISS ELLA WESNBB 

noyiiolcia BrotUors 

• THIt EVERINO JOLT 14th 

. i r«-.^~*...r J— — 



California Theatre Comoany. 



All ETEKntO 





JULY 14. a 



riME TRIES ALL 



THIS EVEMIMO JUI.T 13<k 

rv«n» a»4 Lm «.«ai w< Tore, ft 



. 1 ■ »M»«n 

...A J. r u n... 



ULI.IAM IIOK.KEUM.VRI) 



110 LOCK LIFE-LUE .■•ERSOIITIOIS 




MB. /Of a-TBPlTC 



■-•■St "t "*Ta,*> flreiM «r HlMrnft," tod an 

■ racAJ iKrnnn or nil t< in hi v \i> 

' ma «m m- nurtuiD 
K ( li t .. p I n n Hprclnltlrs. 
Tiurr RAHt>*i i t 

Cs. itm Halttrp, C * 
Aasoe wk- 



■ Lkrf toltft. 



. » « ■ -. t-.i* 



< Far** *r> 



arriage at Any Price! 



ttttn4tw»!t!i 



1 
pi lit trtlrai *d .; 
H«fall(iMdiiiw» rt 
lmttltJ!tbUn« j 

H.EPST.IU' 
LOBQHtOO Mil 

lIIU:t!*n 
'rtitilnt(.lHhi_t 

ilml,ftln>ff.m- '_ 

rcuiiHoiid 

II pacific tax: 



..John T. Hath. 

.w. a. iSnlijU 

» U B*!>T fn 111: 

...J. 8. Toreeaoe 
..ill aieweri 

am Dlcki. Linjard 

HIM Mmnl» w.iicc 

. Mlm Jennie Taonpton 




LFIE; or, THE (HERRI TREE INN 



j. if iiAiimi. 

J. U. Viomn 

t hims«ir .Ed. Percy 

4 - Prank Be* 

John Wuodard 

■ lire (in.. 111m klcj 

Manor. I h .>. r . | Mr. Hop J. C. Mn,nii- 

li Coltvn , Mr. Jump W. O. Dudicr 

MitntM- l T.-m hiciet n. P-wif/l 

hard* \ Starr A. Oraham 

ELEBOK. Ib« discarded ooe MRS. F. M. BtTU 

Hills Waldrr,, ber tistrr M1m S*ll.« Hinckley 

Miss Jennie Htndevtlla 

M*4ft MIm Somen 

Ua'i J>«Ti,*- .lighter MiM Snsle Boole 

Moihir Kit, who show* btr cIiti Mr*. Frank Be* 

Harry MiM Deere* | Blanche ...Li Petilo Darling 

PtctjIclfU. ffnretp, loungers, etc 

SATURDAY Joly IMh- 

GRAND HELP MATINEE. 

1 SPECIAL NOTICE -Owing to the Theatre being to gaged 
tf Mm*. Sutee. and other noveltiia ••cured. HELP mast pos- 
' itivtiy b« withdrawn after 

»XT^I^A.^r NIGHT. 

sny-Boi Office open from l fl a. m. f> 4 p. m . when RESERVED 
Seats mer be secured WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. 



JMMK. LOPEZ AND HER FOUR PUPILS 



im-.V <(•• ««f f H Own J. Mnr|.hi 

I i"iil llrr-Mv 



T»- Olrl Mtih UM PtoMinc *«ni. M...I. / - I 



ftoejjf ecd p^ap^ 

'■HE LOVES US BOTH SO WELL!" 



E. M. HALL and his BANJO 

l'«*i»r»M Art. . T. K.M and Keel Ware 

■ nII.. Annte LetffM* MM 

atowaj ana n»ai*e « Ura Mlnrr 



CLOSET SCENE FROM HaMLET! 



• TikIj- MoGoo, Id Cl.iiri.c-t <■>• 

I.IZ/.II UASMOR. 



Illlhlnnd Flln. Ml— Ill.arh. 



1UII. I IHne.. 

"LA MAHAI" 

Br Miaee* Mar I^ror. Penny OeWfwIm Sally Ilanry. 
Minnie Plllmore. Jeeapblne. Brewer 



JIM AND JACK RAO! 

Tommy Boe* and Ned Ward 



Mi I if I. rr S.miI, I i I, :,,...,, I ... 



.Minim Mni-|>h> 



Tlao Hii-vinajr Statues 

MMB. LOI-liZ AND II KR ri'l-II.H 



BAA.ro JOUKX. 

EM. HA II .ml JAKE WALLACE 

. Annlr l.nmnr 



THE CONVICT'S RETURN! 

Bed Werd Tommy Rob*.. Lew Parker 



<-■ in. Of Klll.l 1 i . lit. i.l , 



VlollB Solo IV..I. ri»al IS. ...I.... 

To conclude with (be Langhable Sketob entitled 

STOP YOUR DANCING I 



SATURDAY NIGHT-Kirtt App.u.nc* of 

FKAXK .I.lM'.s. THE LIVELT SOKE 



SUNDAY AFTERNOON-VARIETY SHOW AT HAYES PARK 



Admlaalon 1*w««ty-flve i'cim 

Uoont open at 1. Performaooe to oommenoe at N' i . 



Overture . Orobeetr* 

Prnnk Jeaea 

Hi .r,.!,. MmIIj 



Tkf I.lvrly Makf 

M » I LI nit In the Ruin 

Miss Ella Wesner 

In her Sonjri. 

Cood as Cold! Cive a Man a Chancel 
and Captain da Boots! 



Doet Minnie torbrn and Slater 



THAT BOY'S A NUISANCE I 

That Boy Geo. Reynolds I Profasaorof Ben jo T. Bre» 



Comio Sod|: Harry Tbompaon 

FanorJic Miaa Josephine> 

Fancy Dance. May Leroy 

Balled Minnie FiLlmore 

CODcluliog with 

A ROUGH NIGHT OF IT I 

HunRry and without ileep Geo. Beynolde 

Agent, or Bnsioesa Man Frank Jonee 



SATURDAY NIGHT- RE-APPEARANDE OF ALINE IE FAVRE 



gH0^inreka Range 

•E1SE8 cipmi 



Arranfi'M'! 

luliDlllantt.u. 1 



he beet Cooking Appa- 

r*ue now I n t he market. 

S'" * <> ulck andjeven Baker, 

m»iiHo' ftonomical in Fuel, and 



iPuif«™" <t "'* 

hibBf*"*- 1 * I 

jnftAlBHM 



rindsome in Design. It 
I res universal satisfac- 
•n. Try it. 



FOB BALK BY 



;,1>CKE & MONTAGUE, 



» lvl " orra « , ,™o>" 

^^^aaVJ 



) lllaadllt ItnlK-ry ilrfft. 




FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Catting 

HEADQUARTERS, 
aoeMontgomarrlt., 
omun ec* aocn. 




»R8. E. MORRIS, 

BHIRT MAKER, 
IJUT PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

■ovci to No. ttS0 K.urDf .(rt-.ctt 
Boon No. 9. Sooond Floor. 



tJ lM» 



D. HICKS & CO., 
10 OK -BINDERS 

... ,; AN. IUNI-100I MANUFAOTURERS, 
L ' To. B48 Clay Street, 

•AH fKASCIIIMI, 
Aa. s» J B.rect, ■ Mruuito, no8-tf 



C Fulbr'i Cisaical Writing Fluid. 

J,.c»*f!t " ' t doe. oot corrod. orcloc the p«n. 






IAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

, /INELY FUBK1SH1D BOOMS, BIK- 
I Wall XA«kM< «B4 V 



DINNER, 

DESSERT,!! BREAKFAST, 



....ajro.... 

t e: a. 



8ET8. 



SETS. 



PEARL WHITE, 

ii.im skorc., lie fiihi ass oo 

FRENCH CHINA, 

1SS Piece. »45 OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

sa piece. aso eo 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

»* Pleee. SIS OO 

SilTerplatcd Service, 



1 B.b, fj.stor ) 

1 dozen each re. and I 

Tabln Suooo. | 

1 dozen Medium Fork. ] 



.1 Piece.. ...SKI so 



THE COWPLETE OUTFIT, 

j With Penrl White SOO OO 

(Wllh French China SllO OO 

OUARA.NTF.ED FIRST-CLASS GOODS, And 
picked or delivered FREE OF CHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pino Street, 
islStf SAK FBA1USIII. 



i^arifl,iW i&: 



M^^^^M 



TKOMS FISHER HULBERT, 



s: 



TTOR1IBT AT LAW, 
CAv«au>t IMWolk) 

ooh no. ». not. tia amp ti» MOirr- 

' oOoM»Fol»ort.»»tt«j»»(OTorF'«»l.-» ie l . oj ). 



lawn Mmt. oottrid. <♦»». I-Jual 



•PM 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard etrcet. near Second. 

THE MANA- 
fera take pleaanre 
in aoooonolng 
that after bavina: 
a large foroe of 
carpenters at 
y work, their 

New Floor 

is completed: and 
also that the Rink 
will be 

o^>xsTxr eru3\riD-*a-"s*a9i- 

jot.91w 




VIZI N A Ar. AMES. 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNFR OF OOMMKBOlAL AND LKIDE8- 
dorff streets, having been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new fitting room added iu front, is 
now ready to rooeivo Lndfierft by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICK of :i."., 81% and 
BOc. BY THE NIGHT, and BY THE WEEK. 
J* I .".O to *2 and Wtt >?S— for Smele Rooms, All 
the rooms are furnished with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS, i I'- House ......I BedB tire kept thoroughly 

Clean and fr^o from mo.nuttoB. 

tar HOUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT. Persons 1W. 
ing in or visiting tbe oity will find this one of the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANOISOO. 

KAJ.STOX * COTTBELL, 

ap5 lm Pi-oprleiora, 



W- A. HUGHES, 

S1G Clay street, between J-eide-iifir-tT and 

Nl.ll.OOK-. 

KEEPS THE BBS a 

" A. A« A. WHISKEY,' 
Marrian 8 No. S Ale. 

BRKWED EXPRESSLY FOR OAT, T *"ORNIA. 

L&rRO aasortinent of French Brum i , Bootcb 
Whisky. .Jmnaioa Rum. Holland Gin anu Foreign 
and DomoMtio Wlnot. of nil kinds eeJ-tf 



TO H»E3T. 

NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addiesa l»HIi,LUP COT#ElV, 

Petalum , 
Or apply to J. II* McCAUR, 

OC25 Gm Theatrical Agent San Francisco. 



XaADXEZS! 

for valuable jhkokmation, call on 
oraddree. Mre. A. B 0„ Ho. 11 Hnrrieon 
etreet, Ban Fr.DOiaoo. I] "el" 



I. W. TABER, 

Art and Photographic Gallery 

So. IS HeiUewrr .tree., 
f-rrOSlTB 1IA80HI0 TBMPLB.-'WIB HKW 
*J ud oUnot MUtll.hm.nt u now oonpleu 
In all IU oppolatBuoU, poaeoulu ..ere wnlaltt 
fuunlteowloriMtMnphloArt, uUlm. 



TO TUB l.OYKUH OF 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TO\ 
society is at tbe 

4- 



SALOON! 



COO HIIeMton street, bet. Second umi New 

Moiilinmiery, 

Every Saturday jXigflit. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT StSO SHARP. 

N. V..— A spaoious Club Room to let for one or 
two nights a week, with every convenience for 
band Practice, Club meetinge, eto. Music furn- 
ished for parties. 

my'2'J HOLLAND & EAGLES, Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 

ISTS- STB 

Printer, 

RMOVED TO * 



Or. Zeile's New Russian .Turkish 

— .urn — 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladles and Gentlemen. 

Ho. BBS Pacific itree 

THE BBST AND HOST OOHMODIO IB. 
Ubliahment of the kind, either la Enropeot 
America. Convenient and neparato apartmenU. 
Bathing by Steam, bj Hot Air, ud by Plain ol 
Modioated Waters. SniteB of roomi In tbe same 
building for private patients. In., las 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



HAS REMOVED TO 



Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp. olil ofllre. 




GLORIOUS VICTORY I-EIRST 
Premiums nnd Silver Medals award- 
ed to jytTGAZlS OKIEM'AL OIL 
HAIR DYE, at the Snn Francisco 
Fairs in lHfi-1, 'ti r > and 'IW: at Sucra- 
mento in 1P63. '<&, 'fiii. p (.7 and '70: also 
at. Stockton and Mnrysvillo train. 
This Oil Dve is tho best, aimplest. 
easiest applied in the world. Work 
done in a few poconds; in twenty mitivHos no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be seen. Free from Suuah 
Lkad, Lac Sulphur, or othf-r poisonous, bealth- 
destroving drugs used in other hiiir prepnra'tons. 
Ood npt<Jication,nntural brown: two, black. Notb- 
inniiitho world equals this Oil for t.he TVInakerM. 
Address orders to J. V. "KUGAZI. K street,, near 
[Third, Sacrarm-nto: HUG A SCHMIDT. IjMtlorB. 
toeroialst., ftnn Franoi^:»; GATES &, RHODES, 
San Jone. Ask your druggist for it. 



U»y4 tf 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

*AA Montgomery etrcet, corner Ino, 

ROBERT MATERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A Wavelty — Jnponete Napkins, 

and Cklaese Back. Scratchcrs* 

AMERIUN WATCHES. CftU. DIAMONDS 

jaMP Etc. Era to 



F. MAN SELL & CO., 

HOUSK, BION AND OEHAIHUTTAL 



.1* FI>K .TMAAT. 



NAPA SODA. 

TBE NATTKAL WATF.K as TAKEN 
FKOIU Tlir. 8PBHVB8 AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
used for the past thirteen years, with tbe moat 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuable 
properties, as will be eeen by the following 

Analysis of the Napa Soda Spring's, 

By Dr. L.LaVNZWEKBT, Practical Chemist, May, 

Tomperatnre, Fahr C8 

Residinm from Hvaporat ion'in Vi- gallon, grs. ...11 

Bicarbonate of Soda 3 28 

Carbonate of Magnesia A3 

Carbonate of Lime 2 72 

Chloride of Sodium 1 30 

Subcarbonnte of Iron 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina » 15 

Loss... ....0 62 T 1T <- 

We, the undersigned, physicians, practicing la 
the city of San Francisco, have esarnined the re- 
sult of too analysis made by Dr. Lanzweert. Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The water, according to this ex- 
amination, possesses Aperiont Antacid and Tonia 
properties, which cannot fail to be very bensfloUl 
IB the treatment, of Ohrooio Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, lienltliful and invigorating boTer- 
age: H. M. GrOv, M. D.; Arthur B Stout, M. D.j 
J. P. Whitney, M- D.:A. F. Sawyer, M, D.; Oba*. 
Bertody, M. D.; Wm. O. Ayres. M. D. 

efS~ For sale at all saloons throughout the city 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly ex* 

out od »t the Napa Soda Agency, 1«4 SUTTEK 

STREBT. 

juaotf T W. FKNN. Agent 



h fialknsf's Chemical Writing Fluid. 

For sale to the trude, at 40p and 107 liaasome 



CXaIPP MOUSE I 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS ! 

Elegant Breakfasts, Lunches. Din- 
ners and Suppers 

I.KIP.O TOOK WIFX 1 

BSDI8 TOD> tAHILT 

BB1TVO TOVK LADT ntlZKBt 
An OOjOT A ri9W Of th. 0D.it OOXAl. PASOAA1U 

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—41— 

133 Merchant St. and 535 Waiiington Bl 

Below Moatronierj Bl»et 



FRIDAY JCLY 14,1871 



TO HOTEL KEEPERS. 

• •flprt," la mailed every morning to 
*U law hotel* on the Pacific (omt, Pro 
prfetora of new hotel" who have not ret 
received It will have It forwarded free 
of ekurge on sending tw their nddrr.t. 



FIGARO ON THE CU». PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

riOAKO It lhoronj.hu dUtrlbnled eT- 
irTdajon the car* of the California Pa- 
elnc Railroad, leaving Marysvllle for 
VsUleJo and Sam FrameUco at 1 o'clock 

r. m. 

♦ 

FI6AR0 ON THEJUKUND BOATS. 

SOO *' Figaros" are distributed on the 
Oakland Ferry boat* every afternoon, 
■aaatly aaioDS the poMtnscri arriving by 
the great Overlaad Train. 



FIGARO ON THE VALID BOAT. 

MM "Fijaroi" ore distributed every 
day among the pasaetigera on the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to this city. 



FICARO ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

•■Figaro" 1m elrentated every day on the 
cars of the Southern Pacific R- H. which 
leave Saa Joteforthli city ul 3.30 P.M. 
-■a 

••Flamra** Is circulated every day at 
the Skating Sink. 



Sacramento vs. San Francisco. 

[Scene— Orleans Hotel Barber Shop. Bar- 
ber*, customers and others discovered. J 
Barber (to customer in chair,'— Razor go 
easr, air? 
Customer— Oh, yea. 

(filter disappointed-looking man, who sits 
down on so/a.] 

Barber— Kow d'ye do, Bill? Where have 
you been ? 
D. J/.— Been down to the Bar. 
Barber— Well, how's business down there? 
B. M. (ronaiDg himself/— How 'a business? 
Why, there ain't no business at all. 
Barber— Ab bad as it is here ? 
D. Jtf.— As bad as it ia here ! Why, there's 
no comparison. Everyone's doin* somethin' 
here, but down to San Francisco they ain't 
'doin' nothin*. They call that the only city 
in California. The people down there blow 
about their line and highly prosperous city, 
but they don't know nothin' about it. I 
walked all over the town while I was there. 
The whole plaoo is to let; Badlam J: Berrv- 
em has the whole city in their hands; "to 
let," "to let," "to let," is plastered on every 
other honse, and those that isn't to let is 
for sale. Sacramento's worth two of such a 
town as that. They've got money there, 
the bank of California has, but they've got 
to depend on the country, what they call 
the "cow counties" for their grub, they 
can't eat their dollars and they haven't noth- 
ing else to eat but sand. Let the cow coun- 
ties build a fence round San Francisco and 
what would the people do ? They'd have to 
fish for a living, and there isn't a decent 
fish in the bay now, they've driven their 
torn-cods out with their sewerage. There's 
nothing doing there and there oughtn't to 
be. Tbey can send their tea and all sorts 
of goods up the river and ship them on the 
railway here and that's what they ought to 
do, and then Sacramento would show San 
Francisco what was what" 
Barljer — Oh you're prejudiced. Next. 
[D. M. sullenly seats himself in chair awl 
subsides.] 

Scene dose*. 

. — ♦ . _ 

Gallery of An. 

L W. Taber has succeeded the N'ahl Bros. 
at the beautiful photographic gallery No, 
13 Montgomery street, and will there pro- 
duce the finest specimons of photographic 
art. 



Horton's Tobacco anUdote 
Will destroy the appetite lor tobacco. Its 
*tat succeed has originated many spurious Im- 
itations under the name ol Orton's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
°*dved. Take only Horton's. Bee that the name 
of H og & Schmidt, 5&5 Commercial St., Is on the 
wrapper. Huo s Bomrrer, Successors to P.J. 
BatUj, Agents, 

X>r. Dolierty 

Has devoted his study mors particularly to 
■m-onlc and specific practice, and as such ll now 
»hs most successful of any Physician in Baa 
Francisco. Office 519 Sacramento street, corner 
af LeldesdorfY, a few door below What Cheer 



g Tne National American Party. 

What a grand thing it would be, at this 
day, when the Republican and Democratic 
parties find it so bard to make a distinctive 
issue and are playing a game of puns in the 
corner — each trying to displace the other 
Irom the position it has taken— to fofni a 
new party which should combine the best 
elements in both the existing ones— a Na- 
tional American Party. This party should 
be verv unlike- the old JTaHw American 
party, which aimed to keep the government 
in the hands of those born on the soil, and 
to discourage the immigraUon which has in 
such a short time made America the great 
and wealthy country she is at the present 
day. The nucleus ol the National American 
party should be, it is true, composed of 
Americans who were born here, who have 
grown here, and who have from infancy 
had the principles of true republ ; canism 
instilled into their minds. These men thus 
reared would, we may be sure, know but 
one country, but one flsg, «nd devote them- 
selves to the work of furthering the pros- 
perity of this glorious land. They would 
draw to them the beet of the foreign ele- 
ment by cordially inviting them to become 
workers with them as builders of a great 
nation. But to these sons of other lauds 
they would say : " Be in earnest about this 
work, as we are in earnest ; give us your 
whole heart if you would share with us the 
honor and glory. We accept no half allegi- 
ance ; you must renonnce all former politi- 
cal ties, all national prejudices of the lands 
whence you have come, and be really, truly 
National Americans." It is a disgrace that 
in a great country like this our statesmen 
should have to truckle and pander to the 
prejudices of those who were but a few years 
ago aliens to our land and our principles. 
It is fearful to think that there is in our 
midst a population numbering millions of 
one nationality, who, to avenge an old 
grudge against a conn try to which they were 
once forced to pay allegiance, would wil- 
lingly embroil this nation in a war with 
another with which every impulse of self- 
interest and natural feeling should urge it 
to remain in ties of closest friendship and 
commnnity. 

The National American Party should 
muster in its ranks all who have faith in the 
glorious future of America and are willing 
to live and die here. The oath required of 
every foreigner desiring to become a citizen 
of America, should not be treated as a farce 
as it is by too many at present. With many 
it is Ireland first, and then America ; Ger- 
many has the first affection, and then comes 
America. No man can serve two masters. 
The National American Party would call 
upon each man to choose which he would 
se,rve, and would bind together in solid 
phalanx a body of true patriots ■whose mo ito 
ehould be, America, first, last and always. 
The influence of such a party would be im- 
mense ; our glorious stars and stripes would 
then wave over the entire continent and the 
Irish, German, French, Italian, and other 
flags would be seen only over their res- 
pective consulates, instead of flaunting 
through our streets as an insult to Ameri- 
cans, each appearing to bear on its folds the 
taunting inscription, "We are in your coun- 
try, we have equal rights with you. but we 
love our own best, to it we still owe the al- 
legiance we pretended to renounce." Shame 
on these false-hearted foreigners who ptr- 
jure themselves for gain, who treat our no- 
ble Columbia as a wanton to be dallied 
with in a strange land while their hearts are 
still with their true love in the land of their 
birth. 

A. Popular Desideratum. 

Bin Francisco as its population increases is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are springing up -which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wjxast & Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Ottsteb Saloon, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, in beautifully furnished rooms for ladles 
and families, and altogether it bids fair to be 
the most popular institution in the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. WiNAirr, who has 
been a wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of his partner, Charley Haht., 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific OrETEa Saloon will be conducted In every 
respect In a moat unexcep lonaole manner. " 



IT "JTotx Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoilt, send them to the What Cheer Laun 



Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
Bfanch House, 424 Sansome street, areabsolute- 
-I perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blank?- :nsde of the fines: California wool, 
and bL ; of spotless whiteness all combine to 
insure a good nigit's rest. ■ 



Plcnlcs-Calletosa-Seaslde. 

The new Sumn.er styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It Is only at "Tex" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. -Of course, everyone Knows that 
"The" Hat Store Is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. • 



Euphrosyne's Enamollne, 

A delicate e samel, imparting an irresistible 
elegance and refinement to the face. Price 50 
cents. Wilson k Co., southeast corner of Fifth 
and Mission streets. • 

Ne-w Furnlsbng Goods. 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



John G Bayden 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
ing salooc to the new and spacious store, 21S 
Bush etr :. in the Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it is the finest on the 
Pacific Cosst. . 



Reading: Matter for All. 

Loomls. at his stationery store at the 8. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the war to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office itself. 
All the New York papers and English maga- 
atnes are there. ^^ 

Wliat is Glucoleln? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary ccmplainte. Prepared and 
sold by Jakes G. Szsxlb. A Co., So. 621 
Montgomery street. • 



Miss Satan B. Anlhony. 

Miss Su3an B. Anthony as a lecturer is as 
much a failure as Mrs. Cady Stanton is a 
success — nothing more severe could be said. 
On Wednesday oigbi she received a sharp 
rebuke for impertinently dragging the case 
of the murderess, Laura Fair, into her 
lecture on "The Power of the Ballot." The 
rebuke came in a storm of hisses— a sound 
seldom heard in a San Francisco lecture- 
room, but which on this occasion Bounded 
as pleading to the ears of right-thinking men 
and women, as does the cheering applause 
evoked by the expression of a noble senti- 
ment. Miss Anthony was frightened and 
hastened to apologize. Miss Anthony has 
our permission to go home as soon ae she 
likes, but we are in favor of a grand gift con- 
cert like the Mercantile Library affair, or 
the Sacramento one which comes off on 
Tuesday, to raise half a million dollars to 
induce Mrs. Cady Stanton to take up her 
residence here. 

"Nothing on the heal but hair" is a wed- 
ding innovation of New York belles. 



The Rustic Window Shade 
Is superior to any in market for cheapness, 
finish and durability, manufactured by Holle- 
han J: Burbridge, 617 Mission, near corner of 
New Montgomery street. • 

The Howe SewlngMachlne 

And Butteriok's Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
no.bad debts. Adopted by t. A. ehabeb & Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place in 
town to buy furniture and bedding. x 



To the TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
no charge unless he effects a cure. * 



The Only Place 

In this city for ladles' and gents' first-class 
boots and shoes is at F. X. East's, Nos. 322 and 
321 Bush street, opposite Alhambra Theatre. * 



Save Tour Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ers can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at the office. 123 Post street, for information. * 

Everbody Buys Them. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Bteuart's refined sugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candies have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the firm, does an immense 
trade, both in the Jobbing and retail line. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Woman Suffrage and Free Love 

ELIZABETH CADY STANTON 

Will deliver her Famous Lecture on 

"Woman Suffrage and Free Love," 

....IS.... 

FX-AWJ9 HAXiLi 

....OK.... 
FBIDAY EVEXIXft Jl'I/lT 14th 

Oommeocing at 8 o'clock. 

Ticket* Fifty Cent* 

Reserved SBatr, 25 centsextia. 

89- To bB had at tbe door from 10 a.m. to i p.m. 
Doors open at 7 o'clock. j yl J It 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON-.V?. 
derlal Fortan" Telle- in the world, can % |L/ 
be found at >0. 83G Pacific street, between • 
Stockton and Powell. He uses all kinds of witch- 
craft, cares all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or ran away, and 
ceres drunkards from drinking. He will give love 
and lack to all who want it. Don't forget to call 
and see him. jylSlra 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



I.A.ST SIGHTS OF 



** 



+* 



FRIDAY EVENING, Jul, Uth 

Benefit of Jos. Murphy ! 

SATURDAY AFTEBNOOK— 

Crand Help Matinee. 

SUNDAY EVENING. July 16th- 

Positively Last Night of Help. 

OS-SPECIAL NOTIOE.— Owing to the Theatre 
beCi-R engaged by Mme. States, and ether novel- 
ties secured, HELP must positively bB with- 
drawn after SUNDAY NIGHT. 

Box Office op*n from 10 a. m. to 4 p. M., where 
reserved seats may be secured WITHOUT kX'TRA 
CHARGE. j j j3 



For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Those living in the city know it already. 

rp hee heap e «$pl aC e » boy yonri 
hlr tana df orn la hln go; oo 
dsl salt he a me rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

Jfo. 8 Second street. 
q61a BKNKDIOT 4 CO. 



LOST! 

A LADIES' POCKJET-BCOK, CONTALYING 

JT*. Receipt for a Piano and other papers valuable 
to owner; a ci » gold p-ece. tome silver, a ring 
and other articles. The finder is welcome to ketn 

!& M°ONTGOj£RY''lL t Oc£ ,ler "»«"*$ g»" 



WHERE 

TO 

GET 

YOUR 

MONET'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. Y. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

DON'T 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOR 

THEM. 

ALL 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 

708, 712, 714 and 716 
Kearny Street, 

j o'ii tl (OPPOSITE TOE PLAZA.) 



EIGHTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 

... OF THE.... 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 
AT 11 A. >I.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9 

HON. MILToTTs. LATHAM 

Has consented to deliver the Opening Address 

THE EXHIBITION BUILDING IS SITTJAT- 
ed on Union Square, in the heart of the city 
of San Francisco, and on tbe line of three street 
railroads. Tbe building covers & ground area of 
H.yi'.u feet, and ia complete in all its appointments. 

Steam Doner and water supply furnished free 
to exhibitors. 

All goods competing for premiums, or to be cat- 
alogued, must be receipted for by the entry clerk 
before Aufinstl2th. 

Rules and Regulations can be obtained from any 
of the officers at the Iostitne or Pavilion. 

In conjunction with tbe Indnstrial Exhibition, 
the BA» DISTRIOT HORTICULTURAL SO- 
CIETY will hold its first Exhibition of tbe Flow- 
ers and Froits of California, occupying a space of 
320x50 feet. 

Prices of Admission. 
Season Tickets admitting Gentlemen and 

one Lady $100 

Season Tickets admitting ene person 3 60 

Season Tickets admitting Juveniles under 14 

years 150 

t9* The above Tickets are not Transferable. -43" 

Single Admission 50 cts 

Children under 14 years .' 25 cts 

Children must be in charge of guardians or 
parents. 

Tickets can be obtained from any of the Mana- 
gers, at tbe Mechanics' Institute. 2* Post street, at 
tbe Pavilion, Union Square, or from the principal 
Music or Drug Stores in the city. 

s9~ No bills will be paid unless ordered by the 
proper Committees. By order 

A. S. HALLUDIE, President. 

W. H. Williams. Secretary. jyll lm_ 

Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED FROM 
buying the DIAMOftD lOOTH PASTE from 
Peddlers, or any person except C. 0. KEENE, Mu- 
sic Sto™. lO.I Montgomery street (Local Agent). 
DR. LEVI W TAYlOR ia inventor and sole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMuND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none is genoine without, my signature. 

DR. LEVI W. TAYLOR. 
Office, 105 Montgomery st.. Room 4. jy~ tf 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CURED BY 

The Arabian Treatment. 

THE MOST SEVERE CASES 

RELIEVED IN 3 DAYS. 



INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 



DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. 8SO Pactflc strc«t. 

«9r-The Doctor's advertisements will appear ia 
FlGABO exclusively. j u >9 n 




MLIFunNlaJESTAURUT 

XT OS. CIO, CIS AND «-14 MONT- 
-»' gomery street, near Merchant— 
Ladiea' Saloon connected wnn the Be*. 
■aurant. 

J3111 ot Fare. 

Ice Crenu FREE to any person 
Spending as Cent*. 

Senp, with Fish or Rroaete 15c a\ 

Soap, with two Eggs i5o f-L. 

Two £ff K « iOc lV^V 

Two Foralloae Eggs IOc lln 

SmeHs or Salmon, with Ooflee 15o l^r* 

Mutton Chops, Tea or Cottse 150 Wf 

Beef-teak, do 15c " 

Sirloin Steak, do 20o 

fresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed. 15c 

Olam Fritters I5c 

Bottle of White Wine l6o a% 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer 15o - M 

Pies, Pudding or Cake 5c ^^B I 

Oat Meal, Mush or Uracked Wheat.... 5o f^M 
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glaaa of ^H 

WhiteorOUret Wine &> JH 

d»l-tf JOHN BEGAN. Proprietor? 



3,000 Men Wanted r 



—AT THE— 



CITY RESTAURANT, 

North aids Olay street, below Montgomery, 

To Eat Ham and Eggs at the following 
LOW FRIGES : 



Three Eggs 15o 

Ham and 2 Eggn lfto 

Oysters— every style.. 15c 

Beefsteak lOo 

Mutton Chop 10o 

Pork Chop 10o 

Outlets IOc 

Pork and Beans 10c 

Smelts lOo 

Salmon 10o 

Beef a la Mode lOo 



.as 

. 3&t 



Roast Turkey 

Chicken Pot-pie.... 
Fricasaed Chicken. . 

Breast of Lamb 

Fried Liver Me 

Tripe— all etyles. Ho > 

Soup— all kinds at 

TeaorCofiee St 

Milk or Beer at 

Claret Wine St 

Pies, Puddings, etc.. It 



Try the City Restaurant, 

638 and OlO Cloy street, 

North side jast below MontgomitT 

irU3 a D. OAHFBILI, Proprietor. 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. £7 Second street. 

THEY HAVE REDUCED THEIR 

pricee, and you ctn live likeaprlnea 
there for a small sum. Among the 
redactions are: 

Cup of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 cents: 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 osnt*: 

Oysters, all styles 20 cents : 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 ceoU 

Sonp, all kinds 10 oenttt 

Grand Family Restaurant, £9 Serond 
street, near Market. jul5tf 



Change o±* Frogrvaiiimeii 



....AT THE.... 



Esperance Restaurant, |fja, 

647 Commercial street. _JL2 

Board per Week S ft 6* 

Board per Month SO OO 1 

Ulnner with Wine M 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

GISTAT£ 8(H\EI»FB, 
mr25 tf t3A? Commercial St.. below Karat, \ 



Delmonico Restaurant! , 

. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE- 
lopen the above Restaurant with all ' 
'the delicacies of the season, on SAT* 
TJRDAY, Jane 10th, and re-peotfall- 
eolicit the patronage of the public. 
jn91m LAKE BKOTHfBI. 



RHEUMATISM. 

Ti/TRS. W. S. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
1TA W. MAO, the only Conqueror on the Globe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory ; Neuralgia, Weak Lotos 
Lnmbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc., No. 161 Tehama 
street, fourth door from Third. jn29 lm. 



1871-'72. 
Personal Property Taxes 

T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CER- 
■^ tified copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for the Fiscal Year 1ST] -72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, City and 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining doe and unpaid on the Tth 
day of August ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN. 

Tax Collector. 

Ban Francisco. July 3d. IB7L jyi lm 



Candy ! Candy ! 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
turer. No. 5t S Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California; and 137 Second street, 
bet. Minna and Natoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Cartage tree to all parte of the city 
wharf*-: excepted. mvlS tf 



M. KANE, 

DEALER IN WINES. LIQUORS AND Ci- 
gars, cor. Jessie and First streets. tJu241ui 



THEATRZ ROTISSERIE, 

8*5 Dnpont .t.. one door south of Bt«. 
^■v /~~ K. 3LAROHAND LATE OF TBI 
(^\JgW"KotiBMrie Besunrait" of ti. Uo!« 
^0eS^ Clab, Proprietor. — Th. T.blM prrrt«| 
ded with .11 the Delicacies of tbe seuoa. 
WOYSTER8 n» EVERY STYLE W«i 



J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

tar- Terrapin eonftantly on hand. Orsttrs 1'. 
every style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOI 1 
PARTIES. mnJl la 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, 

TTBGINXA CITY, KETADA 

THIS BLEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN Rl 
decorated, and is now open for the Snmmi 
Season. STARS and TRAVELING OOMPANIs 



parson to J. H . McOaBK, 

(30 Washington street. San Fr»nci*« 



METROPOLITAN THEATRI 

SACRAMENTO. 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WILL OOMMBK'' 
his second Dramatic Season early in Septe: 
\'DT. umil which time the Theatre can be rent' 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and for To j 
atrical Entertai aments of a firet-claes order, | 
application to THOS. BAKER, Esq.. at Hastin | 
A Uo's Banting House, corner ot Second and 
Btreets, Sacramento. jnWu , 

The Arlington House 

1 OT KEARNY STREET, BETWEEN POl 
J-.* I and Sutter, will be ripened nn tbe 1st 
July as a first-class LODGING HOUSB.^ T 
rooms art large, handsomely furnished, snd * 
be rented low. Purlieu d B sinn(t to do en can kk 
arrangements to have coffee wiih ligfct ureakta. 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single RoOl 
from SM to 515 per month. Transient custom ■ 
lioited. i ail li 



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• AM FBASCIAOOI IAUKD1T. JILT IS. 




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kmonao suoooaa 
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JL*XJSTC±AJFIT> 

ALICE DUNNING 

ID. H.liiKrtrcl 
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TIME TRIES ALL 

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JOE MURPHY, 

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M. H A. JL. L. 



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| WILLIAM nOR ACE LINO ABJ) 

— ■ mm ■ ■ 

MO L0C1L HFC HIE li'ERSOSITIO'S 

Pluto, or The Magic Lyre 



} Ltaamr* 

i mym Mix Fane T-in* 

> . • Mini* Wall** 

. MJe* rb-nle sum., 
B. T. DqsUm 

W. A. MrtMTTT 

.Mia stealer 

MlM Jennl- TbonrwD 
■ HbiaiNulT 

A B. Stewart 

Cbea. Reed 

J. 8. T WW1 W 

A. 5. Brown 

T. H 9iorl.tr 

kawkaww. Demon* 



S AT rER-OOJe GRAND MATINEE 



I Tin 



I aA*HFABJAL- IHee Beer .-aoile '.eat Bewaetlonal Diui. 

FTE; or, THe'cHERKY TREE INN 



SATURDAY a-4 SOKDAY EVENIMOl 
taw* T«l Blemm «t 

HE t- J* J 

m i^JTSL—i 

■UHliramu. 



rk, .,,,t., 



«. 



r.*dw l mi. job MrmraTT 



TV* treat Bead of "TVe O wi w -r Bierae, .- H4 *a 
IrOl.ll> AWm Barak,'* fame** 

■fM ti am n in- or pi i n n i hi t mi 

HajAIBBk w!I« Kl* ntatT.UAri 

K I li I n p i n il Hpi-rlnl tli'B. 

TBACT FUNIA1 I • volf In the Told }. B HARD1E 

Captain Weldi J ll VUMcra 

Amee Wbrebaik. -UMriliHi for hlauelf" Id. Parr, 

Bbierre. lOMlnWadtalrr rnnl Be* 

M abMr*. tbe Boll, John WooJ.rd 



i In l.'rr 



. t «onCH Bran U 

. ..» A. Wllaon Mr. II. p. 



I>ea Waldrv 

Btajjoa 

Mr Skip 

■Wt. l>r Morli&c.C. Aakarr 

»..«; l'.b W. BJckarda 

BLElfOB. Ibr dlaralded roe... 
Ulile W.Mr,., hrr ale" 

Fei.aj rtuart -ilh £odi) 

MXr> 

I,eure Freeman, tut Doctor'* daonbtar.. 
Mother Kit, a to abowa tier claw*. 



Or-. Hlbiklry 
J. C. MaAolra 

K Hwlft 

.. .A. Graham 

r. M. BeTBd 

Mlaa Bailie Block lej 

M.ea Jrnnio kt.uj.vil. a 

Mlaa Soman 

Ulat cu.lo Boale 
.Mr*. Frank Ho* 



Mr. Jnn.p. .. 
Trro Rlckat. 



huh 



Barm •!..• Drarn I Blanche ...La Petite Darling 

ricnUlala. poena, lounger*, ate 

•ATCBDAT Jalf 1Mb— 

GRAND HELP MATINEE. 

Admleetaa to Matinee. Brail' Price 



• FECIAL NOTICI.-Owlng to tba Theatre bo.n. onieeed 
by Mme. Sietee. and other noealtlca eecored, HELP mnet poe- 
itleelr be withdrawn alter 

■AT- Bos Onto* open from 1* k. at. to 4 p. a . whan RESERVED 
S**ta mar be eocnred WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. 



MME. LOPEZ AMD HIM COUP PITPILS 



ItV v*. HOKN. 

■ lew Parker 



Twe I.I..H Make 

Bwaek ar-.l.lii.. «.,«■ WaaTw 

l.lllle Hwelkataek-Xaw Aeaf aad Daare J. Maraki 

■ alia* I ..«, Ileewe 



P-.iwrl-a Aet 



ktta* wad Daart 



■ltd \ew Wt. 
Aaal. I..-. 

Htra *la 



.Itialv BfciGrce. in Charnctor. 

I.I7.ZIK IIARMUB. 



111*1. 1. .it. I I 11.. a 



.Mlaa Blnn.hr 



JIM AND JACK RAO! 

To an me Rota and Ned Ward 



Mi Father «onld I hurt nt.1 



..llaaaav Mnrphy 



TTjtio T_*i^7-ixa» Statues 

MMK. lOPfZ AND HKR Pll'll.s 



banjo rnjmr. 

I. M. HALL and JAKE WALLACE 

llrettnfllold Ireland Aaale Lnanur 

.l.iMT'hnt llrnnfi' Hloeaoaa Kr.tnk Jonce 



THE CONVICT'S RETURN! 

Ntl Wi-d . Tommy Rom I.«w P«rk*r 



Vlulln Nolo Pror. Pnnl Itonlon 

Toeonoloil* with thf I.inihsblr Sketch *tittil«d 

STOP YOUR DANCING! 



SUNDAY AFTERNOON-VARIETY SHOW AT HAYES* PARI 



Adaaleelorj Twcalj.flre Centa 

Doora open at 1. Performance to oomtnenoe at S!e. 



■ linn ■ aa.l M 

Aimo Lie Vekvyrrr& 

WW •*■•... >i ; mm r m i->« !>•«■* IWr 
RE-ENOAOEMENT af JOHN MANNING 

The Eirr-1'opuUr KoynoldR Knit horn 



SATURDAY a.J SUNDAY EVENIROS 

*Jaa». M Eallr I > ll i |i « . A. U Maeak I r.^., i lee kterae'.da 

Oeaetwra Fell Kaad 

Oawataw O k a rat < ->wtr«ar 

Pel at. la aar l^llie Bed h. , ll.are 

Wk.a Ikelwra w Wartrg l u .eiathte 

I ... u. 

t Kle.lxMt N a* . Tewrer Brae 

. 

t Beea l^alaa ' 

Walk-Are wad 



■ 
. Hempen* 
1-aapaaap 



a-Lal.a 

ttol 

■kallael 



. Jekear Maaaltta 

Marie Kttel 

Mlaale Itllenara 



Daable Hea* atd Leaaee, 
"TlkC T-eriro <wa-HM D'Arilll-M. 
AJwarrr* and I'k.rltt Reraelda 



Ballad . 



THE TWO POLITICAL SPEAKERS! 

•.a Hard Mai Kallr ' Oabbe ll.rrj Tliompeoa 

I'ltitn, OarreUe* 



Ballad 



Miss Ella Wesner 

IN HICR pniTl.AR HuNlifl AND CUAKOIS. 

F«-t-> Jls 

Duet -Good Nifbt . 
Nang ssd Hun re ., 
It.ellad ,. 



Orrhp. 



...MIm Jo*rphlne 

MlHtf Corbyn sn<l NUier 

... Illnnrhr Mallw 

Must.!*- Urewer 



Bill Jon.o«'p. 0<>xiiMlix X 

n.UJ-Mt-*'* COBS.B, R FlRht«r.. QtWe RofDOlteB 

Mu-icin" iosni Hr»B | Inlradsr Phurl-F K-tnnlds 

UodoIbciijj.1, lor lbs flnt tlms. with Jar. I>D*lini'i idspUlioa 
Irons th* French Spy. entitlsd 

THE DUMB BOY! 

FRENCH. 

Hsbt. d» Obmrlomitr. tbo Darnb Boy j ALINE LE FAVUE 

AErAb.ADArab ( 

t'ol Lasllenr HrI Kslly I Hsnt't MalcoUAr. R O. Msxsh 

yiiArrermsitsr .11. Thompsoa I Ro«ttU Mmnio Fillmoro 

EI'KeUT«r, tbo Rot of OoostRntio* R. H. Taylor 

Huloy Alir>ȣMohRmmsd Hustifoni JobBay Muaiac 

GumboOurD Oeo. ReyBolda | Arab Offloar Tommy Bra* 

All tbo LRrlloa as Fraoob Sildi-m, with military orolatlona. 
Bsnl, rd Arab. ..Geo. Reynold a I Yim, an Arab. .Chaa Reynolds 
Ibrabim R. O. Harsh [ Arabs By Aiuillaiisa 



lureka Range 

The best Coo king Appa- 
atua now In the market. 
a Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
Economica l In Fuel, and 
■iandsome In Design. It 
Klvea univ ersa l satisfac- 
lon. Try It. 

FOR BALI BE 

><rCIlE & MONTAGUE, 

t« aad 114 Belter, atrret. .11 



FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Cutting 
HEIO.U.RTERS, 

>30H Montsjomery *t.. 






MR8. E. MORRI8, 

SHIRT MAKER, 
IKST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

a wkwpd lea Maw AAVS Aiearaj atrcalt. 

Room Wo. 9. Sooond Floor. 



D. HICKS & CO., 
SOOK-BINDERS 

ASS SIANX-IOOK MANUFACTURERS, 
To. B48 OldAy Street, 

MAM FaULMOUOO, 
AUaf Sw J atrtmt, ■ aaeraraenta. no«-U 



. i Fwlhet'i Chemical Writing Fluid, 

\ It wtowool corrode or clog tbo pas. 



I.-?:!] 



I.HAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

/1NBI.T FURNISHED ROOKS. 8IN- 
kle or i o aolla, 

Well Uedaewel aad Ventilated, 
ad Rooms to art. Lpdrlndwltb 
1 ALUAMBRA BOtLDINO. 
_a... OCMtl 



DINNER, 

DESSERT,!! BREAKFAST, 



....AND.... 

TEA 



8ET8. 



8ET8. 



PEARL WHITE, 

Ileiant tbaaea, 1TB Pleeee SSBS OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

lata Pleeee SAS OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

SS Piece a *30 «0 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

Wt Plecea 815 OO 

Silverplated Service, 

1 Boat Castor ) 

1 dozes aaob laa and ( *. m-..-^- ---. ma 

Tablespoons \ ** rlc«M 111 .m M 

1 dozao Medinm Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

j With Pearl White *oo OO 

{With French Chins. SllO OO 

GUARAWTJ.ED FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and 
pwkad or dsllT«r«d FREE OF OHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pine Street, 

jolSU MI PKAMCISOO. 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard attrcct, neaur Oecond. 

THE MANA- 
f ere take pleasure 
in aDoOBDOlns 
that after bavioic 
a lar»o (oree of 
oarpeotera at 
work, their 

New Floor 

ia completed : and 
also that tbo Rink 

Willbdj 




w VIZI.VA <t AAtES. 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AND LEIDES- 
dorff Btreete, bavine; been tboronably reno- 
vated, and a new Hitting room added in front, la 
now ready to receive LodRers by the day, week, or 
month, at tbo LOW PRICE of *fl, BTJ%_ and 
ilOc. BY THE NIGHT, and BY THE WEEK. 
81 SO to 82 nod 88 VS— for Simile Rooms. All 
the rooms are furniabed with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. 'I be Hoase and Beds are kept thoroughly 
olean and free from morqttitos. 

■rir-HJUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT. Persons liv- 
itifr in or viriH.inp the nitv will find this one of the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. v 

KALaTOlV ■& COTTKELL, 

ap5 lm Proprletorat 







THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTOB1UST -A.T laiaBV-W, 

(A-roont Fronffale,) 

ROOM NO. 8, NOS. 11 O AND VIS MONT- 
tomorr street, saet side (over F'aok's Saloon-), 
btaWwaa tTmIvLtiiIob and Jackaoa* W. apW 



W- A. HUGHES, 



KEEPS THE BErJ. 

•'A.A.A. WHISKEY,' 
Marrlan a No. 3 Ale, 

BRBWED EXPRESSLT FOR OA],"" ORNIA. 

Lark* aaeortroent. of Frenob Bran. i< , Bootoh 
Wbl*KF, Jamaica Hum, Holland Gin ana Foroirn 
andDomaatlo Wlneaof all klnda *aS-if 



TO THE lOVKBH OP 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TO^ 

social) ia at the 



SALOON! 



«<MJ Htaalon etree., bet. Second und New 
Mont Bowery, 

Every Saturday jNifflit. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT StSO SHARP. 

N. B— A spacious Club Room to let for one or 
two niahts a week, with every convenience for 
Band Practice. Club meetings, etc. Musio furn- 
ished for parties. 

n>yi» HOLLAND A EAGLES, Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 

ISTB' BTE 

Primer. 

KUOVED TO » 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



HAS REMOVED TO 



SacJMontg'ry 



Op p. old office. 




TO XjET. 

NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Addieu PHUdi.iP (owe.v, 

Petnlam , 
Or apply to -J. !!• HcCABR, 

oo2l i!m Theatrical Agent. San Franolioo. 



FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION, OAI L ON 
or address Mrs. A. B 0„ No. 11 Harrtaoo 
street, San Franoisco. ijpfllm 



I. W. TABER, 

Art and Photographic Gallery 

Wo, 18 lfontejomerr atreet* 

OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE.-THI8 NEW 
and eleajant esUbli-famant Is now complete 
lo ail liaappointmonts, pOMesaln* every raqutatie 
for txccllsnoeln Pltototraphio Alt, it" Ib. 



GL0RI0U8 VICTORY I-FIRST 
Premiums and Silver Medals award- 
ed to FUOAZ1I8 ORIENTAL OIL 
H\IR DYE, at the Sao Franoisco 
Fairs in 1SK4. '65 and '(ifi; at Sacra- 
mento in 18G3, '68, "66, '67 and "10 : alao 
at Stockton and Maryeville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye Is the best, simplest, 
easiest applied in tbe world. Work 
done in a few seconds ; in twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be seen. Free from Scoar 
Lfad, Lao Sulphite, or other poisonous, healtn- 
destroyinK drugB used in other hair preparaions. 
One applicst ion. natural brown ; two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equals this Oil for tbe Whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI, K Btreet, near 
Third, Sacramento; HUG A SCHMIDT, 535 Com- 
mercial tit., San Frnnuieco; GATES A RHODES. 
San Joae. Aakyunr druggist for it. myetf 



Dr.Zeile's New Russian Jurkisl. 

— aUTO — 

ROMAN BATH HOUSK 

For Ladles and Centlemon, 

Ko. 888 Pstelfle atra-a 

THE BEST AND MOST OOMMODIO 11. 
Ubliahment of the kind, either In Etuvpool 

America. Convenient and separate apartmitOBf. 
BathltLg by Stoam, by Hot AJr, and by Plnin Of 
Medicated Waters. Knitea of rooms In the •*&?■ 
bnilding for private patient*. inffl Is 



NAPA_SODA. 

THE VATGBAL vYATEB oe TAKEN 
FROM TBX. 8PRI1VCS AT NAPA. 

THE WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSITELY 
□sod for the past thirteen years, with the most 
satisfactory results. It contains many valuable 
propert.ee, as will be seen by the folio wing 

Ansalral* of the Napa. Soda Hprlnajs, 
By Dr. L. LAnrwFEHT. Practical Chemist. Mar, 

Temperature, Fahr 68 

Residtum from EvaporaMon.in M-gallon. gns. ...17 

Bicarbonate of Soda i 28 

Carbonate of Magnesia ft! 

Carbonate of Lime 3 78 

Chloride of Sodium 1 30 

Suboarbonate of Ires 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina W 

Lobs 13—17 «• 

We, the undersigned, physicians, practicing la 
tbe city of San Francisco, havo examined the re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lanaweert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of tbe water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The water, aooording to this ei- 
smiodtion, possesses Aperient Antacid and Tonic 
properties, which cannot fail to be very beneficial 
is the treatment of Chronic Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: H. M. Gray, M. D. : Arthur B Stout, M. D.i 
JT P. Whitney, M- D. : A. F. Sawyer, M, D.; Ohas. 
Bertody. M. D. ; Win. 0. Ayres, M. D. 

ear- For sale at all saloons throughout the city 
Families supplied, and all orders promp tly sxo 
onted at tbo Nap* Sods Agency, 1X4 BUTTER 



STRKKT, 



T IV. FKrYN. Agent 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

•AB Uoktaomer, atreet. corner in*. 

ROBERT MAYERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A "Joveltw — *Iapnnese lVnpklits, 

and Chinese Buck Seratehers. 

AMERICA!. WATCHES, CALA. DIAMONDS 

ISdU 1 Eto. Etc. im 



F. MANSELL A CO., 

H0D8B, 8I0N AND ORNAMKKTAL 

PAINTERS, 

ai» pixz btbjuct. f*u 



CLIFF HOUSE ! 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 

FOAMIM SURF! HOKSTER SEA LIONS I 
Elegant Breakfaiti, Lunches. Sin- 
ners and Snppers 

I1RINO 1MB WIFF. 1 

BalUkO TOCX rAMII.Tr 

BBine Tom uir rjciK-in» 

An enjoy a rlew of the Snaflt OflruK PaKOBAau 

In tbe wbole world, all to aignt of th* 

world-ret rwned 

eoLDES OATHI 

Wltb a Seat of white-winged mesMosar* *nterin 

from *T*ry part of tba commercial world. 

•Or- New Lin* Borer,, coonretioi with Btre* 
Oar* at Lon a alonnteinararylS roinntee hereaf to 
for tba Olifl Uouae. Far* Sa e*nt*. ... 



?ia^.a0> 



»• 



J. BOOARDU8 

— AI— 

HI Kei-caiot 81. and 536 WMhingMB S - - 

B.I.W Moclseaacr Black. 



8AT0BDAY JCLT 15, 1871 



TO HOT EL K EEPERS. 

~H»«>»." I" ■..II." •»«*» "oral.! to 
•B Uebikbo Ike P«* Cat. Pr. 
rrtctor. .f aew ..tela "ho hale net jet 
reerl.td II irtll k«« It forward*, free 
»f churve .a icnrtlni oa their addreaa. 



tr. lJ»»rre.ee Barrett 
C Alrlle." 



•Tke Uni 



FWMO ON THE CAIA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

riOAUO la thoroughly dlatrlb.ted ... 
arraayoa taeearaof the California Pa- 
elae Ballrosd, leaTlav aiarraflUa for 
TnU.Jo aad lu Fraaelaco at 1 o'clock; 

r. m. 

a 

FIGARO ON THMUKLAHO BOATS. 

•<W> *' F.*rn*-oa*' are distributed on the 
Oa.fe.Uuid Ferry boats ererr aflernwon, 
iwo*tlj iinnni tlir piUKBgeri arriving bj 
take sex-cut OirrUod Train. 



FIGARO ON THE VAUEJu BOAT. 

S*M> "Flgnros" are distributed every 
■la j Mtoni the pOMeiftri un tbe Kteamer 
Capital, on her avftcraaon trip from 
Vmllejo to thU city. 



F.CARO ON THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD 

•'aPls-nro" I* circulated eiery day on tbe 
• «nof the Sealhern Paelflc R. B. which 
lesrre Sua Jose for this city at 3:20 P.M. 



"maw*" la circulated eTerr day at 
Cite Skat I war Kink. 



?«J 



LETTER FROM TOLEDO. 

(riOtl OPB oWH COHIBIOSD!! 

TeLEBO. July 5th, 1B7L 
DsUB FhSABQ:— Hers I »<n oacemore, giving 
news from oar city. Borne few days ago »e re- 
•Mtrsd a Tint from Joseph K. Emmet, who played 
la While's Hall in hia great act "Fritz;" he rare 
«3 two eater* ainmeats, and each night the hail 
was crawd»d, aad Jos pleased the audiences— 
srachty, 

"* rrrxDDto's sitw opeba aousx. 

There is a ipleadid company hero ct late, among 
.hem. tbs Harrison sisters. Annie, KUe and 
Lura, from Baltimore. Md. The lidiea reeks a 
splendid ahow oa tba lUga. have good forms, aad 
dree* well: they aooa became great favoritea of 
this city and draw big houses. BUly Da Vara In 
bis t»nuc songs takes well. .and after aha show Is 
wwt.aareat many of the audience wait for Bily to 
come out, sad have a goad square drink. Frank 
Ball made his first appearencs hare on Monday 
sight, and Frank in h.a line of business has no 
equal: Master Johnny, ahoy only seren years old- 
ananas oat and gives ns Dutch comio song* acd 
tUaweet this boy is tbe great star of the place, and 
aba hjkjgeat oard thay ever bad. 

V, hear many of orr citirsns are making great 
prd pare*, iocs to go on th a lith of this month on 
aha grand summer excursion to California, and I 
wish 1 were one of the number. The Fourth of 
JaJy passed off very quite./ here, bad a circoa 
tronpe a*, the Rink which was not worth anything, 
canes* M'lle Tonruons. the great trapeze per- 
former; and had two or three steamboats that 
give excursions down to Lake Erie. Z. 



TJae Bustle Window Shade 
Is superior to any in market for cheapness, 
finish and durability, manufactured by Holle- 
ssan k Biirbridge, 617 Mission, near corner of 
Sew Montgomery street. 

Tho Howe Sewing Machine 

And Butteriek's Patten. Agencies, have been 
■■■mi il to tbe splendid new store, 113 Kesxiiy 
street, a few doors below tba old location. * 



Good Mutto. 

Boy for eat h ; sell for cash ; small profits 
Bo.bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Sb.ber k Co , 
TffT Market gtrcet, near Third— the best place In 
sown to buy farniture and bedding. 



William wTlnWr. the critic of the Hew York 
Tribune. Vbtta speaks of Mr. Barrett's psrsonst'on 
of tbe hero of this near play. whkh be prooonaces 
•the beat new play that has been produced In ibe 
city for a long: time." Lot us premise that 'The 
Man CVAii 1 e" is a Scottish poet after tbe type of 
Borne, warm-hearted, confiding end tea'itive. lie 
baa written a baok of songs wblch bis neighbors 
indues him to haTB published, aad he eats aside 
half the little sum he posserscs for that purpose. 
He plicrt hie worldly affairs io lbs bands of a fos- 
ter brother, who prorea a s.Ue a and ruins him. 
His aolicitads for the welfare of hia wife and chil- 
dren In the midst of of his misfortunes, the loaa 
of bis competence, heme, hopes, and irostinhis 
friecd. are too mnch lor hie eensitlrw nature, and 
he goee mad, wsodera away, and Urea too life of a 
vagrant for twenty years. Hia aooga in the mean- 
time have mado bis name famous, and he returns 
to bis home at last jast as they are sbon. to dedi- 
cate a statue to J*dm Hareb:IP. "The Man O* 
Airlie.'" He Is recognised as one returned from 
the dead, and by kindly attea;ioa aad the flaring 
of his own aoags is restored to aacity. The Tri- 
bune says: 

Mr. Barrett apprebosded— in a epirit of per- 
fect, >ympatby, and wuh eqoal fnltnessaDd ac- 
corscy— ibe arJeni sapir-tion. tba etjrioxlogsen- 
aiurenesa. tbe limitless magnaaimity, tbe nosei- 
n*h. exoillent goodneaa, acd tbe simple, child- 
like coondmg faith is human nature, wbieb are 
the chief attributes of this ensraoter: end these 
he combines end itlnstrater, with a ferreot farce 
teat is profoacdly majtnetie. and with a precise 
aklil which. If D^t adequate at sllpointi, ia c*r- 
tsinly guided by fine i-^iuilioos sod marked by an 
exduuite d'licscy of me'hod Here and there, 
indeed, certain of bit physical sod mentel atiri- 
botes con Hi (t *>i.b those of the character. He * 
not sniheient y boriy in Irama for tba out-of-door 
pact of Airlie; and bis bearing aad manner ere a 
trifle too much lilta those of a reclo&ire student. 
Perhaps tbe iLttllectnsI clemect somewhat ex- 
ceeds the emotional in atl of Mr. Barrett's acting. 
In other words, he keeps too sedulona a watch 
upon bis feeliagr, and ta feaifol of erring them 
full aoope, lest toe-y destroy that symmetry of 
form in art for which te always strives, and which 
ha nearly alwey attains. An occasional appearance 
or artifice la tbe result >f tbic erroneous prudence 
— as may Iw seen ia little formalizes of met tod. 
and heard io the sonorous delivery of certain well- 
rounded periods. The actor, it is tree, must sl- 
way<> — or almost alws;s — be self-coo&ctous; but be 
mail r.f rcr allow the auditor to discover that he 
is to. We are to consider, thougo, that Mr. Bar- 
rett is new in tbe character of James Harebell, 
and that be builds upoa no modal, lue work is 
freah acd original. Some uncertainty and eoa- 
etraint are. therefore, natura', and should be re- 
ceived with dna allowansa. Happily thay axe 
slight in Mr Barrett's cer.onatiou. exo t*e do not 
doubt that they will vanish altogether as the aour 
grows stronger sad surer in the part. 



Av Popular Deslaeraiunt. 

Sin Francitjco as Us population Increases i£ 
being amply supplied with aU tbs luxuries and 
J'gnncies of older cities. New cstabBnhments 
are spnnfe? 11 ? D P which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the ciiy. Wxsast <t Co. have just 
opened st No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Picmc Otsteb 8aloo>-, where 
can be found oysters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every Imaginable style. Delicious lit* 
tie suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres. In beautifully furnished rooms for ladies 
and tamiltes, and altogether it bids fair to be 
the most popular institution in the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Wbast, who has 
been a wholesale ojBter dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of his partner, Ch a rt . e y H a a ice, 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, is anfficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cnric Otstzb. Ssxook will be conducted In every 
respect in a most nnexcep lonable m an n er. * 

William Horace Llngard, 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste impersonates is wonderful. The Cali- 
fornia Theatre is ^crowded, and between the 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon, 
whfire they flDd whisky good enough for "a 
Major in the Ninth"— a good thing to tags be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff House," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," "par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. H er m ann is also 
also famed for hi3 "bitter beer," which is Just 
the thing for -'the upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro Saloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the Calif ^mia Theatre. • 



Vvhat Cheer Laundry, 
321 Leidesdorff street, near Sacramento. 



To tlio Unl'oituate. 

Dr. Gibbon's DUpenssry, No. 623 Kearny 
pxrvet, corner of Commercial. San Francisco, 
fixrate entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
aabJlFhM In 1854, for tbe treatment of chronic 
sad special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make. 
no charge unless he effects a cure. * 



T*a.e Only Place 

Ia this city for ladies' and gents' first-clsss 
boots and shoes Is at F. X. East's, Nos. 322 and 
321 Buih street, opposite Alhambra Theatre. * 

— • 

Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

"Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
seat success hits originated many spurious 1m- 
illspsne. under the name o! Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
Ssatred. Take only Horton's. See that the came 
tat Hugh Schmidt. SiS Commercial st, is on the 
wrapper. Hco & Sc nann, Successors to P.J. 
s^xlily. Agents. _ • 

I>r. l>OD,erty 

Baa devoted hia study more ptrticaiar.y to 
sjbront: and speclffc practice, and as such la now 
the moat successful of any Physician In San 
Trancisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, corner 
of Leideedorff, a few door below What Cheer 



IT "XTou. Want. 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
no* spoilt, send them to the What Cheer Laun 



Important: to Strangers. 

AsnaEAH's, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par acetUenc-t to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $25; beaver suits 
to order, $40 ; pants to order, $3. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
see that he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. ABRAHAMS, 33 and 35 Second 
street. 



LETTER FROM CHICAGO. 

; rco* otrn beodlab gobbbspobdekt.] 

CmcAfiO. Jul> l»t. U7L 
DeaB Fioabo:— Dramatic doings for the week 
past bars been more lively than heretofore, pleas- 
ant weather with cool evenings templed a good 
many people to visit the different places of amuse- 
ment. 

HOOUET'g OPXBA aOCaE- 
Tt li popular place of amusement has been draw- 
ing good houses. June 26th "The Little Detec- 
tive" was produced, aith Little Dot, only three 
yoirs old. in the interlude, and "The Maxiitd 
Rake" as the afterpiece. It was succeeded by Kofc- 
ertson'e comedy of "M. P.," Katie futnam as Ce- 
cilia, Mr. Blaladell as Chudieigb. hia orlgical 
character: Dunicombe, Mr. J. "VV. Jaaoys, also 
claimed as hia original character. Mary Mc- 
Willlsnu as Bith cannot be toe much praised 
Tbe performance oonelnded every evening with 
the farce of "The Youth Who Never aaw a Wo- 
mas." Monday evening "Ban dill's Thumb" is un- 
derlined. On the Fourth there will be two grand 
perform anesa— "San Souci" at the matinee and 
"Baadalls Thumb" ia ths evening. 

Ci.0SBT*S OPEBA HOUSE 
Will again be throws open to tbe public on July 
•U by toe MoDonougfa Transatlantic Troupe, con- 
sisting of Ri-i j>s Japanese Troupe with tbe orig- 
inal "All Right;" Americas, the violinist; tbe 
Majaltons, and a corp of twelve beautiful young 
ladies. They will fc ire a seriei of entertainments 
consisting of pantomime, tw.Het divazUaament and 
jugglery. 

WOOD'S MUSBTV. 
Signer Blitz closes his engagement this evening. 
Monday evening the great Sappho Troupe com- 
mence an eagagemeat for a eouple of weeks. This 
troupe consists of "Sappho." Miss Lilia Eltis, a 
young Enelish prima donoa, and Mr. Ohas. Wil- 
son, oomediac. 

Toair opening piece according to the pro- 
gramme will eonslst of tbe operetta "The Bing and 
the Keeper," fo'lowed by tbe fairy extravagsnaa 
of "Prince Anneal; or, the Fairy Buses." 
DEABBOBX THCATBE. 

"Home" all this week and next week, acd it wil 
be "Home" for some time to come. 

OLTXPIC THEATEC. 

Is still in full blast. At this place a great many 
new faces appear every week. Mitchell A Fryne 
spare no piles to have the best. La Bella Ida 
a song aad dance prodigy, is creatine: a furore at 
this establishment: Oarrie Butler, Pauline, M'ils 
Bsrtba, Frank Payne, Chrissie, are the leading, 
ones at this place at present. 

bBUVgsUET. CIBCTTS 
Has been in town all the week aad has met with 
good-success, doing a better business than the 
two preceding circuses. They pull stakes this 
cranio r, Saturday, and go to Milwaukee. 
DICE SaKDS. 

Th's gentlemen is doicg np the concert busi- 
ness after tbe regular performances, in the New 
York Circus. Dick looks welL Charley Brown 
is also with this company. 

wbioht's gbote. 

Theie will be a grand celebration at this place on 
the Fourth, consisting of entertainments, grand 
Zouave drill, and a "baby show" for urchins under 
4 years. Grover A Baker's sewing machines for 
tbe best boy and girl; gold coin from 920 paid to 
five as under premiums. Will. 



industrial Depot, New Mont, street. 

Orders received for sewing by the Magdalens. 
Machines rented by the day or week. • 



Save "STotxr Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest your savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
amounts, in about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ors cm withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate of Interest. Call 
at the office, 123 Post street, for information. • 



Everoocay- Buys Them. 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Steuart's refined sugar, by 
Canty 4 Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candles have been famed for their delicious 
Savors lor year:, and the firm does an Immense 
trade, both In the jobbing and retail line. * 
Crcmo do Xiis. 

Beautiful is the finish developed by the use 
of Dickey's celebrated Ceeue de Lis, a pure 
transparent complexion being imparted. No 
poison enters its composition. • 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, 



lfYou Want 

First-class Boots and shoes yon must go to 
F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Nos. 822 
and 934 Bush street, opposite the Alhambra 
Theatre." • 



Ttie Place. 

The Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, & few doors 
above Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
every luxury and comfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oyster*). 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business In the city. Emerson CorvUle's 
oy ste r s are gathered fresh every day— Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds In the State. Try them. * 



1*1 cnlcs-falistoca- Seaside. 

The new Sum iter styles of hsts are very nu- 
merous, and "The" Hat Store, &17 Washington 
Btre-.t, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of Ban Francisco. It Is only at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous styles. Of course, everyone snows that 
"The" Hat Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. Tbe new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by doling 
there. • 



3>ovaTxy Sleep, 

Tie don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
fSBSfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
stanch House, 424 Bansome street, are absolute- 
ly perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried ,v »m. Spring beds, elastic tuttresses, 
made of the finest California wool, 
I sheets of spotless whiteness all combine to 
e a good night's rest. * 



•John G Hayden 

EAs removed his old established hair dress- 
ing sal _ to the new and spacioas store, 218 
Bash Btreet, in the Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, which Is fitted Up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it u the finest on the 
sTactao Coast. ■ 



Euphrosyne's Enamellne, 

A delicate e samel, imparting an irresistible 
elegance and refinement to the face. Price 50 
cents. Wilson k Co., southeast corner of Fifth 

and Mission stre ets. • 

rfew Furnlshns Gooa.es, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. v 



Reading: Matter for All. 

LootqIs, at his stationery store at the S. E. 
oerner of Washington anl Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office Itself, 
All the N«w York papers and English maga- 
alnes are there. 

What la Glucoleln? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. Prepared and 
gold by James G. Steele 4 Co., No. 621 
Montgomery street. • 



WILL BE TEKDEBED BI tttf 

San Francisco Hussars, 

(APT. J. SCIXKEEBEB, 

AT THEIR NEW HALL, OOBNER 
New MoatKomery and Minna streets 
(entrance on Minna street), 

Wednesday Kvenlnsr, Jnly 10th. I 

Ticket » One hoUur 

(Admitting Gentleman and Ladies ) 

To be had at 0. O. Keene's Music Store, ef the 
members, and at the door on the evening of Ball. 

BALLhN'BERG'tS celebrated Band has been en- 
gaft>« for the occasion. 

Cej£snTTEE or ABEAycFMEBTS — Lieutenant C. 
Krumbeck, hergeaut D. 0. Preston, Private Wm. 
Mocker. 

t»y Every mtmber is rs/iuested to settle for bis 
tickets on or before Tuesday evening. July 18th. 
By order of THE COMMITiEE. 

jy!5 td 



First-class Agents 

SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS— 8SOO GOLD 
Coin to the Agent, who sells the firet 12W copies 
of onr new EMBLEMATIC MEMORIAL, a work 
if art. to P'eserve io ornameneal 'orm the family 
history executed with a pen by MISS A|. 1.JK 
WVLIE. Published in four different styles. One 
ageat, an elderly lady, reports 30 copies the first 
three days; a divinity student reports 14 fales tbo 
first four hours; an-ther sold 75 in two weeks; an- 
other 50 tbe first five days; atill another 460 in 
thirteen weeks. For further particulars, apply to 
or addre*a NORTON & CO.. CRAYON DRAW. 
ING and ENGRAVING Publiahers. S4.0 Clay 
r treat. iyl5 lm eod 



and Programmes 



Posters 
Printed 
Cheap 

At SlEBETT's. 5ZS Clay street, 
jjllSm 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON- JJ 
derful Fortnn* Telle- in the world, can *<JL/' 
be found at *o. 83G Pacific street, between *• • 
Stockton and Powell. He uses ail kinds of witch- 
craft, cures all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run a nay. aad 
cares drunksrde from drinking. He wdl give love 
and luck to all who want it. Don't forget to cell 
and see him.BsasBs 1 [iyll lm 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



I.A.ST SIGHTS OF 



SATURDAY AFTERNOOX- 

Crand Help Matinee. 

SUNDAY EVE.VIXG. Julj 1C:I>- 

Positively Last Night of Help, 



0*»-SPECIAL NOTICE.— Owing to the Theatre 
be ilk engaged by Mme. States, and ether novel- 
ties secured, HELP most positively be with- 
drawn after SUNDAY NIGHT. 

Box Office open from 10 a. il to 4 P. it, where 
reserved seals may be secured WITHOUT EXTRA 
CHARGE. jyll 



EIGHTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 

... or THE.... 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

WILL EE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 
AT 11 A.M.. TUESDAY, AIGTST 8 

hon. Milton's, latham 

Has consented to deliver the Ofkxixg Address 

THE EXHIBITION BUILDING IS RiTUAT- 
ed on Union Square, in the beart of the city 
of_ San Francisco, and on the line of three atreet 
railroads. The building covers a ground area of 
W.tOj feet, and is complete in all its appointments. 

Steam power and water eupply furnished tree 
to exhibitors. 

All goods competing for premiums, or to be cat- 
alogued, must be receipted for by tha entry clerk 
before August 12th. 

Rules and Regulations can be obtained from any 
of the officers at tbe Institne or Pavilion. 

In conjunction with tbe Industrial Exhibition, 
the BA. DISTRICT HORi lCULTURaL SO- 
CIETY will hold its first Exhibition of the Flow- 
ers acd Fruits of California, occupying a space of 
320x50 feet. 

Prices of Admission. 
Season Tickets .admitting Gentlemen and 

one Lady £j 00 

Season Tickets admitting ere person 3 00 

Season Tickets admitting Juveniles under 14 

years l 5J 

99- The above Tickets are not Transferable. .JBa 

Single Admission Wets 

Children under 14 years 25 eta 

Children must be in charge of guardians or 
parents. 

Tickets can be obtained from any of the Mana- 
gers, at the Mechanics' Institute, '27 Post street, at 
the Pavilion, Union Square, or from the principal 
Music or Drug Stores in the sits*. 

s3f~ No bills will be paid unless ordered by the 
proper Committees. By order 

A. S. HALL1DIE, President. 

W. H, Williams. Secretary. jyll lm 

A Grand Picnic 

■WILD BE GIVEN" AT 

3nj-:ex*7- satioelito 

SUNDAY JULY 16tli 



French Mutual Benevolent 
Society. 

THE BOAT WILD LEAVE - _jrir~k, 
Meists' Whirl at 9. In, II, " C^^ia =f 
aad 2 o'clock, and Saucelito at 1, 3, i, 5Miat>o.ia. 

GeDllemBn'a Tickets (far. included) 91 00 

ladies' Tickets (iaro iacluded) SO 

illltd 



FOR SAN QUENTIN AND SAN RAFAEL 1 

To San Huentln..5ec | Sau HUifoel... .Toe 

THE FAVORITE STEAMER CONTRA COS- 
TA. Capt. J. McKeorie, leaves Ferry Wnarf, 
Davis street, near Vallejo, for Ban Qnentin, con- 
necting by railroad with San Rafael and the stages 
from there for Olima, Tomales and Nicaaio, every 
week day as follows: 
Sau Francisco at 9 A.M.. 1:45 P.SL. and 6:3)p.M. 
San Quentin at 8 and 11:30 A.M-, 2:45 and 5:30 p.m. 

Sunday Excursion Time Table- 
Leave San Francisco at 16:*0 a. m. and 5:30 P.M. 
San Rafael at 9 a.m. and 4 P.M. 
jy3 tf CHAS. MINTUBN. 



For Strangets OnLy to Bead. 

Thosa living in the city know it already. 

r p hec heap e etpl ace S bny yours 
hlr lean df urn Is bin gg oo 
dsl salt be ame rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

Aio. 3 Second street. 
u6lm BENEDICT A CO. 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED FROM 
baying the DIAMOND TO'JTH PASTE from 
Peddlers, or any person except C. O. KLENE. Mu- 
sic Store, 105 Montgomery street (Local Ageot). 
DR. LEVI W TAYi-OR is inventor and Bole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none is genuine without my si .nature. 

DK. LEVI W. TAYLOR. 
Office, 105 Montgomery st, Room 4, jyT tf 



RHEUMATISM. 

"VTRS. W. S. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TD J 
■ LTJ - W. MAO, the only Conqueror on tha Glebe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute. 
Chronicor Inflammatory: Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lumbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews. Hip Joint Diseases, etc.. No. 161 Tehama 
Btreet, fourth door from Third. ju."S lm 



1871-'72. 
Personal Pi'operty Taxes 

TW"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OER- 
11 tified copy of PEBSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENTROLL for the Fiscal Year 1671-72 has 
thie day been received, and that the SUte, City and 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

AH Taxes remaining dne and unpaid on the 7th 
day or August ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector. 

San Francisco, July 3d, 19TL jys lm 

Oandy t Candy ! 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MA1S- 
turer. No. SI 9 Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California: and 1ST Second street, 
bet Minna and Natoraa. All orders prempUy at- 
tended to. Osrtsge free to ail parts of the city 
wharf as: sxoeptsd. mylS tf 



EHEUMATISM 

KFEEOTUAIJ.Y CURED BY 

The Arabian Treatment. 

THE HOST SEVEBE OASES 

RELIEVEDJN 3 DAYS. 

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 

DR. JOHN SZOTZ8KI 

Set. 8&D Pacific street. 

Btav-Tbe Doctor's advertisements will appear ia 
Figabo exclusively. ja29tf 




M. KANE, 



DEALER IN 
gats, cor. J 



First streets. :ju.41m 



CALIFORNIARESTAURaHT 

XTOS. «10, 618 AND 4-14M0NT- 

•*^ gomBry street, near Merchant,— 
Ladies' Saloon connected v, .th the Rue 
-.aurant. 

sBIll or F are. 

Ice Cretin. FBFE to any peraast 
(Spending 85 Cents. 

Seup, with Fish or Rroasts 15c ■*. 

Soup, with two Eggs. i5o [4. ' 

Two Ecgs lOe {WK 

Two Furn lone I"gz» lOc I «{( 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 15c \jr 

Mutton Chops, Tea or Coffee 15c wf 

Bsefrteak, do 15c r 

Sirloin Steak, do ... . 20U 

bresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed. 15c 

Cla™ Fritters ISO 

Bottle of White Wine 10a a> 

Bottleof Claret WineorBeer 16c ^saaa 

Piee, PuddiDg or Oake 5c ■bbbbbb 

Oat Meal, Mush or Cracked Wheat 5c >\bwBI 

Coffee. Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of Taw 

Whits or Claret Wine _„ 5c flsf-. 

del-tf JOHN REGAN. PropriTtar T 

You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. ST Second street, 

THEY HAVE REDUCED THEIE 
prices, and yon c-. n live like a prinst 
there for a email sum. Among Oat 
reductions are: 

Cup of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie H) cent* 

Ham and 'Ihree Eggs 20 Osaka. 

Oystere. all etylee 20 cents 

Roast Veal. Mutton or Beef if) cents 

Soup, all kinds ]Q cents 

Grand Family KestsatiraBt, 29 Secaswl 
street, near Market. jul5 tf 

IlaOCpiE.! 

Change Of" Priiyrr nmm B 

— nun,... 

Esperance Restaurant, tea 

647 Commercial street. ^^^ 

Board per "Week- 9 S S6 

Board per Month ZO 641 

Dinner with Wine £4) 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

OrSTATJ. 8CHNETJJEK, 
mrM tf 64'? Oommercial st . below Kearny, 

RE-OPEN1NG OF 

Delmonico Eestaurant! 

,^^ ^-\ THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE- t 

oTi*es.f aw al open tbe above Restaurant with III 

^ \ JLjr 1 1 1 delicacies of the season, on 8AT- 

^SmW TJRDAY. June l'Hh. and respeetfaUs; 

— solicit the patronage of tbo public 
juSlm MJkXE BROTXIKBaS. 

THEATK2 ROTISSERIE, 

3ZS Dapont st. , one door aonth of Ban*. 
J^a — ^ B. M^ACIHAND LATE Olf THt 
Jt>aV atssW "Eouasorie BesUurant" of the Unls* 
^Ql^r Olub, Proprietor.— The Tables i>ro*V 
ded with all the Delicacies of tbe season. 
stsr-OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE tc3aw. 

J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH." 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

■sT-Terrapin constantly on band. Oysters la 
every style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOltfS FOE 
PARTIES. mollis. 

C. E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
accer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
dro. directly opposite the Court House. 

FARMS and HOMESTEADS for aslseedsolet 
in various parts of Alameda county. a pttlsa 

PIANOS 

For Sale or* riont 

A LARGE AB80ET 

ment of Square and UP 
right Pianos, from ths bss 
American > nd Europe* 
msanfaotories, for s ale ef t 
rent on the mcstTfavoraht 
terms. 

U. CTBTaZ, 
nlO tf SO O'Farrell street, near M arket, 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE 

VTBGINTXA CITY, XEYABA 

rpHXB ELEGANT THEATRE HAB BBEbT El 

J. decorated, and is now open for the Sanun 
Season. STASS and TRAVELLNG OOMPABlf 

LiDeraily treated on application by letter to 

JOHN PIPEB, 
Proprieter and ManasBt, 
person te «T. B. asTcCABK. 

630 Washington street. San FiaiilSawB 

METROPOLITAN THEATBJ 

8ACBAMENTO. 

MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR WILL COlttTsEin 
his second Dramatic Season early in Septi 
ber. until which time the Theatre can be rtm' 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and forTI 
atrical Entertainments of a first-clsie order, ' 
application to THOS. BAKER, Esq., at HaaH ' 
4 Co'b Banking Honse, oorner of Second ant | 
Btreet", Sacramento. julel I 

The Arlington Hous<, 

197 KEARNY STBEKT, BETWEEN PC 
1* I and Sutter, will be npened on tbe IS' 
July as a first-class LODGING HOUSE. 
rooms are large, handsomely furnished, and 
be rented low. P.rtiee deeinng to do so can as 
arrangements to have coffee with light brsakfi 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single Ros 
from $10 to fl5 per month. Transient euston. 
\i cited. jwtll 




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AMERICAS 

CLOTHING HALL 

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S OPERA HOUSE NEW ALHAMBEA THEATRE. 



UTVKDAT AVD SI 



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The White Homo 



0p era EMERSON MINSTRELS! 

Bouffe! 



TAIXVEirr A LA (ALOW FART PREMIER. 






ANO OPERA HOUSE, 

rl DAT Mi SUWDAT EV > 

ffenbach's Comic Opera 

Jtiaatu.. 




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■toioa oomv. 




Old Drown'a Brovrn Ilorso! 

IBM* ru»D¥. hilau.u. emebeos ix 



i-AMX h i: c-on r>. 
Ten Minutes with the Comical Vivian ! 
ISTATIVB ITALIAN AIRS. 

sf titer tagwne,.&- "■ fnrly fts. V. AIneley Scott. 

THE TWO BENJAMIN'S wrioikal COGILL AND t'OOPKK 



T_, jA. 55 "ST ar-A.3E5.E3. 

rnyrittataf Hotel 0- H. Foster | Uij J.ie S. 8. Port, 

OYERTURE -Selections - EMERSON'S GRAND ORCHESTRA 

The evening** entertainment to conclude (by very particular dceHre) with 

ONE NIGHT IN A BARROOM 

8X00ZE8 IhlM pttt chinctw) B1X.IV EMERSON 

BobUMOon (.bitter) 8. S. Purdj | Mr.Wlllli.ms L™i« Ur.h.m 

r. Berlro.n (» queer .ctorl 0. H. Foster litmiiMpn K. Boblmon 

Berkeeper M. Atnsley Scott | Other chertcten by tbo entire troupe. 

craThTperfx)^^ 

t »y- %r jjook 0-u.t for tiio G-rand Z)uolaesa. "W "« *a 

The PUno used 1* from the house of Kohler, Obase A Co., 633 OUy street, agents for the celebrated Chlokerlng Piano. 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 



IX ORDF.K TO MAKE BOOM roll 01TB 

Fall Importations, 

WE WILL COMMENCE OK 

Monday Tune 20tla 

TO CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE STOCK OE 

Summer Dry Goods, 

AT PBIC'KS 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

OP IMPOBTATION. 

Sale to Continue 30 Days. 



J. W. Davidson & Co. 



C, MeW' 
•APIN U* 

E. SMITH. 

lerkAl""* 

,m mill «« 

»> IM0.4] 






■ esaheJsaed end prepared for shipment U 
l ef tree world. Ordsrs trees, the .atertor 
i aataeded lota aersoo- fafl-lm 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., -.315, 317, 319 & 321 PINE STRET 
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

■ LAESEIT AND HOT STOCK. OF BOOBS XX THE STATE. AT PRICKS BKFVIJiB COMPETITION 
« -OA.JJI-. AND SEX FOB TODBSEL.VE8.* 



GO TO BAILEY & WINTERS, 

8X8 W aulilliston m 

If yoa want the 

FINEST PHOTOORAPHB. 

roi-di. fit prr Do>(D. 



MERCHANT TAILOR, 

Oommorolnl stroot, 



KISPECTFCLLT IXTORM8 HIS PBIBSDfl AND ALL 
Is weal of I>e*lr*bte Glotbln* (or tbe »ppro.cbiDg 
nv nth, tb.t that be bu now Id bit Store .11 tbe 

NEW STYLES OF 

Ratings, Pantaloons and Westings, 

THE BEST AND UTEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

r e work CHEAP FOR 0A3H, .nd tbOM who buy on this 
principle on SAVE MONEY. 

II SHORT .More, .11 who m.y f.ror hlni with thotr 
tb.t be will giro tbt'Dj entire utlfifkctlon, end 




Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

I* bu now REDUCED HIS PRICES lo wit tbe lime,. 

tUSINESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, $25 00 

FIIE BE.VER SUITS FROM $40100 UP 

PUTS TO ORDER II ARY STYLE $6 00 

Olvo u« at Oall And look at our Goods, 
Our number l«e 
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SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OP SACRAMENTO, 

Will take place at tbe 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

On k street. 

On -WEDNESDAY JUI/T Ittth 

For wblcb ocoasioa Home of tbo beat Artists 
bavn volunteered ttaoir services. 

EXCURSION TICKETS TO BACRAMENTO 
for tbo day of tbo Contort by the various 
routes will bo Issuod'to those holding ticket*. 

Kxonrsion Ticket* may b« obtained at all tbe 
oromlneat Book nnd Muaio Storen in this city, or at 
fJADWAIXADKR, DAVIS A UO'S, 

44 Fourth street, Sacramento. 
on Tickets only good for tbe lttth 



to VOlh of July, inclusive. 



ju28 td 



SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Congress Hall, SSO Bnali aireet, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny street*. 

REDUCTION OF PRICE! 

Anemblles-10 to 13 l. M„ * to 3 r. it., Vi to 10 P. U 

AdtEalaalon— Day and Kvenisg 3S Cents 

Uaeof Skates 26 cents 

JySlf OHA8. M VALLCK. Proprietor. 



PIONEER SHOE HAMTACTOR1. 






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Tb.BO.tEl.BOANTOU9TOM WORK IN THE CITY. I 
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Mfl JI MMllI, nod. K4 orlOM. BEBBB, BLi 
■^■^BJtUtM,, M. diwr M.tk ol Bill. 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

MADAME BLANOB. THE GREATEST -•. 
Clairvoyant of the age. oan be seen at , r Jt , < 
berraaidanoe.Mo. OOO FoLKOM STBKKr, ^ 
between Fifth and Sixth, whtro she can be con- 
sulted on all bttttnoss affairs, love and marriage; 
also, baa charms for love, look, uabappines* in 
fam.Mee, and bringa together the aeparated. Fee, 
«1 and upward^ 1§9lm 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. BOaWOERER. PRO' 
feasor of Ureal Mysteries, corner, 
of Washington and Stockton, over 
the fruit store. Diagnosis and euros 
aiokaexa after recovery is impossible. 
Prof. 8. bu valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for lnve, good luok. Also, aee v v 
your Intended. Fee, Fifty Cents and np. Hours, 
from 11 A. M. to A V. M-, and 7 to 9 p. m. Jo21 lm* 




1GOLD8TKIN A SON. -THE ABOVB OC- 
• partnership is this day dissolved, NOT by 
mutual consent, as no consultation was held, and 
in proof of which my name is not affixed to the 
published notice of dissolution. The business 
will bs continued by tbo undersigned, at th- same 
stand, where be hopee for a continuation of favors, 
etc. AH parties indebted to tbe ssld orm are do- 
titlnd to pay none but the undersigned, and no 
agent representing said Arm, as they will be re- 
sponsible for i he »ame 

8 A. GOLDSTEIN, S IS Sansotne ttraat. 
July 5th, 1971. „j .. OCL-a .. L2i.bsRJ^W 



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Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleasure, Antl-Dyapeptlq, Ladles 
Tears, Anti- Divoroe. Welcome, Cognac, Arraok, Gin, Wniakey 
Cocoa, Coffee, Tea, Pina Apple, Strawbsrry. Pisoo. Appetiser 
Roman Noctar. Aurora. Farewell. Jamaica Ram, Kirtob wax-tar 
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Lleasure.Ladlee'Teara, Strawbarry. Blaokbarry, Mini, Aalea 
Rose- Kimmet. Cocoa, Peoase Oafa. Plna Apple, Eiraoh 

BITTERS.— HySanio, Oholara AnUdoU. AsmwSHf*. Bali 
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A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

rj'HE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VI81TOB8 
-*- to San Francisco is that there U no "oomfort." Food] 
Is cheap enough ; Clothing has come down In price ; but 
Lodgings— that If, comfort&blo Lodgings— are scarco and 
let for ft high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a desideratum In San Franolsoo, 
but a man Is now In the field who supplies thla, ant and 
loavoa nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewklt. has long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Sansome streets, and he has now 
made the Branch House, 421 Saneome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of its accommodations. Here are one 
hundred and -sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
np with new furniture, spring beds and hair mt.it roeses. 
There Is aRoadlng room with files of city nnd State papers, 
anl chess and checker-boards for the amusument of guests. 
The Branch House Is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two houses, 

The Ccso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of choos- 
ing by chauce one of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing htm with $100. Or course this, with tho other lnduoft. 
meats offered, cbuse d thesu houses to bs crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell finds Is an Infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by ohancn, and 
being a law-abiding m.n he has determined to discontinue 
It. Having, however, set apart $100 for the month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reclaim It, hut will glvo that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Francisco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by the blind goddess Fortune) will be 
given to the Ladles' Protection and Relief Society of Sea 
Francisco— a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thus every one who patronizes the Branch or Coso 
House can, while he is resting snugly tucked np In his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy tho pleading reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also in some measure 
assisted In providing a nights* lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

BRANCH - ! HOUSE 

424 Scirtsome street, 

BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND CLAY. 

COJ90 HOU813, 

411 Saziaomo street, 

SOUTHWEST OOBNEB OF OOMHKBOIALJBTBKVr. 



J. S». BOaABDUS 

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TUBDAY JULY15. 



18'. 1 



Wvumo will b. much obllgod " t"""'" 1 
uwn in HI p«u ol u. Cn ud BUtoa, p» 
tlanurlj in OiUJomU, will tend to Uu.offio. 
»togr«mni.» of th.lr p«r;orni«ncc«. Brlof let- 
ur. trom niunbert of tho the.ulc.l profeMlon 
will alto boiccpUblt. ItouoirUl milled 
Ir*t of charge to ell doilrlng It. 

"Tltnro" " "° d « e *r n '* ht "* tt "" t 
Programme for Mn«nlrc'« Op«r» Boo«. 
Metropolian Tbeulre. California Then- 
Ire, A'hnmbra Theatre. Bell. Vnlon 
•Theatre, Theatre Comlqoe, and nil pla- 
ce* of aniu»emeat In S.n FraaclKO. 

AMU8EMEINTS7 Etc 



Caijpobxia Theatre.— The bill at thU 
th**tr* (op lb* malia** to-day i* "Marriag* at 
Any Prio*;" Sketches by Linrard, and the bur- 
letqae of "Pluto." Tbit *v«oiog "Marrtag* et Any 
Price ;" sketches by Linicard. ud th* oomedy of 
"Tim* Tries All" will be presented. "Frou-Froa" 
will be produced en Mondar, and on Friday, Boa- 
eiceult's latest dram*. "Ftfit: or. tbe Cherry Tr« 
Inn," which bu been for weeks in preparation, 
will be prod weed. 

Mktbopoutam Tseatbe.— Joe Marpby 

tied an Inm.DM hone* laet night, on th* ocoeeion 
of hie benefit, the theatre beisf packed perfectly 
fell. "Help" will be played alth*matia«* to-day. 
again to-aUtbt. and Sunday oijrhi for the laet 
time. Next week. Joe Murphy will appear in a 
■ew character— that of Reel** in "Caate," which 
play will be produced in the beet poaiible sly)*. 

a.w.wr ra Theatbe.— There ii fun nn- 

«eajin*at the Alhambra Th»alro. There ie not a 
4e.ll hair In Vivian's head; be ie always brilltsot 
ud original. Billy Ktmereon is as foil of fan as an 
egg ii fall of meat ; 8. 3. Purdy's dry hotnor makee 
everyone iamb, and the acts, songs and danoe* 
preeenUd an all the beet known to the profeesion. 
There will bo a menace to-day, and a ffreat bill 
will be performed. It eppears on oar first page. 
' The Grand Dnoheei" will be presented on Mon- 
day eTinia r- 

Bella Uinojf.— Miss Ella Wemer'a pop- 
ularity ie and I m in shed. She will appear to-night 
in new character eongs and the old favorites 
"Brandy and Soda," and "Champagne Ohsrley." 
Mies Aline La Fan-e has been re-engaged and will 
aaak* hsr re-appearance to-night, in James Dow- 
lieg's adaptation of "The Dumb Boy," arranged 
ezpreeily for her. Johnny Manning will also re- 
appear. The Reynolds Brothers will perform 
some of their most popular eongs and dances; 
pretty Blanobe Sally will perform a aong asd 
dance; the talented Miss Josephine will perform 
a fancy jig: Marie Zo el will do a clog dance, and 
May Leroy; Fanny Qarretaon, Maggie Brewer and 
all the b*vy of beauties at the Btlla Union Thea- 
tre will appear as aoldiere in the play. Minnie 
Corby and Sister will sing "Good Night and Hap- 
py Dreams ; Maggie Brewer will sing a ballad and 
and a variety of other entertainments, forming a 
magnificent Saturday night bill will bo presented 

Theatre Comkjce.— A glorious Saturday 

night bill has been prepared for the delectation of 
the patrons of this home of mirth, music and 
minetrelsy; neweooge, acts and dancea will be 
presented. E, M.Hall will make hie banjo talk. 
Th* banjo dnet between him and Jake Wallace Is 
a capital performance. Madame Lopez appears 
in aaeatiful stato.es and gaine much applause. To- 
s'ght another attraction will be added to the 
entertainment, Frank Jonee will make his first 
appearance and petfonn bis "Lively Moke" act 
and also "Joeephos Orange Blossom." 

The Fere-Flt Oltjb.— At a regular meet- 
ing of the Fire-fly social and dramatic club, held 
en Thursday evening, tbetftb inn., the following 
officers were elected to serve the ensuing six 
months: President, Samuel Green; Viee-Presi- 
dent, F. London; Recording Secretary. Michael 
Goldstein; Financial Secretary. David Pelasco; 
Treasurer, Geo. Warren; Serges* t-e Warms, Berc- 
herd Marks. 

The Pavilion.— The preparations at the 

Pavilloa for the Eighth Industrial Exhibition of 
the Mechanics' Institute are nearly completed. 
The partition! built to form a skating rink have 
been removed, the north and south wings have 
been extended to the extreme edge of the tquare, 
and the building now occupies an area of n i.fiM 
feet. The Hallidie euepeceion bridge is in process 
of completion. The Fair will open on Tuesday, 
Aaguet 6th. In connection with the Industrial 
Exhibition the Bay District Horticultural Society 
will bold its first exhibition of the flowers and 
fruits of California. 

Hates Pask.— Johnny Tuers and 0. 

Brooks, will to-morrow give a grand entertain- 
ment at these beautiful gardens. Frank Jones 
E. M. Hall, Johnny Tuers, Jake Wallace and 
others, wilt appear in a varied programme of mln- 
■trelsy; Madame Lopez ana her pnpile, will pre- 
sent tbelr graceful acts. Lopes will perform on the 
flying rings and after (this a ball will be given. 
Hayes Park was crowded Isst Sunder and doubt- 
leas will be so again to-morrow. 

F&EKCH BEVETOLEXT SOCIETY PlCXIC.— 
All who attend the picnlo of the French Benev- 
olent Society, to be given to-morrow at Saucel to 
will assuredly enjoy a very pleaaant day. The La • 
fayettes, the Zouaves, and the Philharmonics 
have promised to assist, and there will be a gen- 
aral gathering of our French citisens. Alexis, the 
talented opera Booffe artiste, has promised to be 
present and siog, end there will be a balloon as- 
cension by M Groet Buislsy. The first boat will 
leave at 1a.m. 

The San Fbajtcisco Hussars' Ball.— On 

Wednesday next the San Francisco Hosiars, Capt. 
J. Ssbretber. will give a ball at their new hall, coi- 
ner of New Montgomery and Minna streets. This 
company has so many friecde that there is sore to 
be a large and fashionable gathering. 

Mibs Kate Newton.— This pretty and cle- 

veraotress, wno was leading lady at the Fifth-av- 
enue Theatre last season, and waa noted for beitg 
one of the most attractive and best dressed ladies 
on the New York stage, will make her first appear- 
ance in California at the Metropolitan Theatre 
next week. 
Axatomioal Museum.- One of the most 

costly and complete collections of this kind^p the 
United States is daily on view (to gentlemen only) 
at the Maseom on Montgomery street. Admission 
only fifty cents. 

C. Backus.— This popular member of the 
San Francisco Minstrels will appear at the Met- 
ropolitan " tre next week in some of his best 
specialties. 

New Plat.— A drama in four acta en- 
titled "The Minstrel's Dream," has just been 
completed for a popular mineral in this.city. 



.ocrEz's Opeba Hocse. — A large and 

fashionable audience was present last night, when 
•'Bar be Blens 1 ' was performed for the seoond lime. 
About Lea Silly there Is but one opinion— ehe U 
ebsclotely charming. The music of this opera t» 
so pretty and tbe libretto so fnnoy that it must 
amaee all. "Birbe Bleu*" will be presented at the 
m.tineo to-day. this evening, and for tho last time 
• i Sunday night. 

Cijtt House.— " Hurrah for the road." 
will be the cry of many to-morrow, and many a 
happy pair will bowl along behind a spanking team 
on the toad to CspUin FoeUr's world-renowned 
Ollff House, tbe fashionable resort par excellence 
of the young bloods of San Francisco. Tbe seals 
will bark, the gtcen seal will pop, and all will be 
gay and festire. 

McCabtv's Pupils ExmBrno;*.— The ex- 
hibition of the pupils of McCarty Brothers and 
Sisters' dancing school, which drew such a large 
atles dance at Piatt's Hall some weeks ago will by 
very general request of the parente of papile be re- 
peated at the same place on Ao ■, ust 4tb. 

A Pleasast Excubsion. — The splendid 
etesmer Cepital will make an excursion to Vellejo 
to-morrow, leaving Valle jo-street wharf at half- 
past eight, snd leaving Vellejo on tbe return trip 
at 5 o'clock P.M. Tickets for the round trip, $1. 
No pleaaanter excursion could be made. 

Scktjat Excubsion.— There is not within 

miles of San Franoisco a mjta delightful spot 
than tbe groves of San Rafael. The steamer Con- 
tra Costa will leave the wharf on Davis street. 
near Vallejo, to-morrow morning at half- past ten, 
on an excursion. 

The Extm Social Club.— The ball of this 

dab, at Pacific Hall on Tuesday evenfny, was a 
vsry pleasant sflalr. The members of tbe society, 
are all natives of Exin, in tbe province of Posen. 
Prussia. 

J. H. Milleb.— This gentleman, formerly 
manager of the Pacific Theatre, who went ont with 
Leo Hudson aa agent, waa detained in Hamilton. 
White Pine, having performed a hone and buggy 
act which did not prove successful. Johnny Tu- 
ers manages thee*, things better. 

Fob Los Angeles.— Mr. and Mrs. F. M. 

Bates and a dramatic company will open at La 
Merced Theatre, Los Angeles, next week. 

Leo Hudson, instead of going East from 

While Pine, has returned to this city, very much 
alkalized. Black Bess is in Sacramento. 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Woodland.— -The latest entertainment the 
Woodlanders had was tbe exhibition of The 
Trip Across tbe Plains." Everyone here, as in- 
deed in most of the other citiea in the State, is 
baying tickets for the grand gift concert which is 
%3 take place at Washington Hall, on August 16th ( 
for tbe benefit of several Important inst it miens of 
Woodland. The prizes range from $20,000 down to 
$20. They are 1,143 in number .and tickets are 
*2.i0eacb. 

Santa Obcz —Carrie Moore, the skater, a dwarf 
and two Italian fiddlers entertain the people of 
Santa Ornz. 

Los Angeles.— La Merced Theatre will shortly 
be opened by Mr. aed Mrs. F. M. Bates, Miss 
Nellie Cumminge and a dramatic company. 

Sak Jobs.— Mrs. Marriner ie announced to give 
aoonoert on the iiith. 

Sacramento.— The next entertainment given in 
Sacramento, will be the great gift concert for the 
benefit of the Pioneers and Mercantile Library, at 
which gifts to the amount of many thousands of 
dollars will be distributed. The tickets have all 
been sold, and there will be no reduction in prizes 
Gilbot.— Professor Plummer gave an entertain- 
ment of comic and sentimental readings last 
week. 

Euobxa. — Oharlea Vincent and his variety com- 
pany, gave tbeir first entertainment at tbe Eureka 
Theatre on Tuesday. 

Omaha.— Thij ie not a very lively town in tn 
way of amusements, the people are therefore all 
more anxious for a public library. This they will 
obtain by means of the grand gift concert, which 
is to be given in a few weeks time at the Aoademy 
of Music. The gifts range from $20,000 to $5. 
Tickets are eeliiog wall ail over tbe United States. 
Eugene Ctxt. Ob.— Tbe VIeuxtemps Brothers 
gave a concert at the Court House on the Tth. 

Major General Don Jose La Vega, tbe Manilla 
Dwarf, and his agent were arrested for refusing to 
pay the lioense required by a city ordinance for 
exhibitions. They denied having received any 
money as an admittance fee, but upon production 
of tbe affidavit of two men who bad paid, they 
paid tbe sum demanded and were discharged. 

Oabson, Net.— Professor Haselmeyer opened at 
the Theatre on the 13th, for three nights. 

Salt Lake.— On the lOtb, Hdwiu Adams, John 
McCullough and Miss Helen Tracy appeared in 
"Damooand Pythias." 

Pit-che Crrr,— Tbe Oarrolls will shortly appear 
be re. 

Virginia Cnr, Net.— Professor Cromer, the 
Arithmetical and Astronomical Calculator, ap- 
peared at Piper's Opera House on Tuesday. 

Jackson.— The Blind Troupe were announced to 
give concerte on the 14th and 15th at Armory Hall. 
COBXNNE —Madame Lake's Circus is billed for 
tbe M th. 

Portland, On.— By general request the Oratorio 
of Esther wae repeated at Oro Fino Hall on tbe 
Sib. Forestalls and Moos. De Clute exhibited at 
East Portland on the 9th. Jack Sheppard waa 
walking ICG consecutive hours at Tammany Club 
room. 

DsnyebCoi,.— Professor Silvester and Miss An- 
gellque Schott, are performing at the Academy of 
Music. 



Tho Best Is tike Cheapeat. 

J. W. Tucker k Co. have the finest assortment 
of Jewelry, dlamonda, w/atchea, watch-chalnF, 
onyx Efits, locketa, opera chains, of the finest 
make, and medallions, of til kinds, ever of- 
fered for sale in this city, and their prices are 
low. • - 



Cnr and Steamer News Agency, 

A . Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the dally distribution of Figaro 
amODg the passengers thereon, sopplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. • 



J nllen Perrault, M., X>., 

Fhyeician and Surgeon, memoer of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the core of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scientific meth- 
ods. Office 502 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Sacramento Bt., 8an Francisco, Booms 
9. 10 and 11. Consultations in English, French, 
German and Spanish. * 



Well EstabUshoiL 

A thoroughly good article -which has stood 
the test of time, is never allowed to fall into 
disuse; every year the sale of Casein's XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters increases, and thousands 
can bear testimony to their merit, • 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Miss Adeline Patti has rt -considered her inten- 
tion of coming to America, and baa determined 10 
posipone her visit until next year. By that tims 
she will have a clear field and no Nilsson. 

Dr. D. P. Hodges, Cal. Wagner's agent, had a 
narrow escape at Council Bluffs on the night of 
the lltb inat,. while posting his bills. He bad 
placed ble ladder against a building at a point near 
tbe window of a room ocenpud by a young man, 
who mistook the Doctor for a burglar. After 
firing twioe, the timid lodger inquired into mat- 
ters, after which he returned to bed. looking very 
sheepish. 

A paragraph haabeeo extensively published to 
the effect. tbatGeilorhad sued Joeeph K. Emmet. 
The following letter shows its falsity: 

Friz. Pa.. June 22d. 1971. 

To the Editor of tbe Express;-My atto intioohsj 
just been called to a paragraph stating that I natt 
commenced suit against air. Josooh K. Emmet lor 
damages for alleged improper conduct while under 
my r ansgoment. Will you have the kiadnoss to 
state in jour columns that the "port is false m 
every psrticnUr. My relations with Mr. Emmet 
remaia aa heretofore, and be and "Fritz are more 
attractive than sver. Your. '«P»*|° ,l % ATLOB . 

AtTooy Pastors'. New York, Fanny Herring and 
her dramatio company played D. R. Yoong'e non- 
descript conglomeration entitled "Grit." This 
inoongruous mass waa evidently prepared in a In* 
natio asylum and written with a pair of shears and 
a paste pot. Another such a heavy effort wouM 
cause softening of the brain, or entire derange- 
ment of tbe Intelleot "Grit" Is a compound of 
■■Across the Continent," "Schneider." "Tbe Wild 
Cat." "Neck and Neck," etc, sifted heterogene- 
ously over wasted foolscap. It possesses sll the 
faults of tbe locomotive and trip-bammer dramas 
and none of their redeeming qualities. 

Bobert HoWade sails for London tbe last of Au- 
gust, and early in September will appear at one of 
the principal East-end theatres in 'Rip Tan 
Winkle." 

J. H. ©'Neil, the Irish vocalist and dancer, has 
been engaged to travel with Strong A McGill's 
Irish Panorama when it again takes the road. 

A contemporary says New York swarms with 
actors and managers. The most of the provincial 
theatres are closed, and the few remaining open 
are devoted to benefits or "pick-up" entertain- 
ments of no special account. Such of the players 
as have the means and appplisnoes have gone into 
summer quarters. The jobbers are numerous, and 
any one who wants to ran a New York theatre from 
now to September can get half a dozen companies 
at his owe, terms. 

Billy Manning will give np his minstrels at the 
conclusion of his present tour, having sold his 
three-years' lease of the Dearborn-street Theatre, 
Chicago, for $15,000, and agreed to deliver the or- 
ganizstion known aa Manning's Minstrels to the 
contracting parties on Augnst 30th. He farther 
agreed not to black bis face in Chicago for fi<« 
years. Mr. Manning will immediately orgeniz 
another troupe. 

A new pieoe, called "Woman's Wit/ ' written by 
John H. Selwyn and Gen. W. N. McCartney, for 
Little Nell, the California Diamond, will be pro- 
duced by that young lady in September. She ie 
now playing "Slaty Did" in Montreal. 

Old John Robinson's Circus was billed at Quincy 
111., for the 21th. Heie advertising r tremendously 
through the surrounding country, and has a tank 
of seals as an addition to his show. 

Mies Emma Howson has won golden opinions 
from all sorts of people and papers during her 
engagement at Ni bio's. 

Lawrenee Barrett will star with "Rossdale" in 
the 1- all. 

"Enoch Arden" will be brought out at Booth's 
this Fall. 

Joseph Prootor has gone to his country seat at 
Manchester, Mais. He will return to California 
n the Fall. 

Cbas, Wheat *eigh has been playing Danny Mann 
at Niblo'i. 

This is what the Brooklyn Eagle says of J. Mc- 
Oloskey's drama, "Through by Daylight": 

Suoh a stupendous revelation of genius never 
before dsxzled the visual or mental organs of a 
Park Theatre audience. Like a meteor it shot 
through space — the three hours devoted to amuse- 
ment — and nothing but glittering sparks of recol- 
lection remain with which to describe this anom- 
aly, this wonder, this miracle of genius. 
How high was that ? 

Jeanette Ellsler, a performer on the tight- rope 
with Stone A Murray's Oircns, fell while making 
an ascension at Bangor, Maine, by the breaking 
of the guy, and her collar bone was broken. 

J. C. Williamson, comedian, took his benefit nt 
Niblo's Garden, on the 12th, previous to his de 
partura /or California. 
"Fine" was prod need at Wallack's on the 10th. 
One of the attractions in Boston at present is 
Miss Caddie Monroe, the beautifnl fat baby, B 
years old and weighing 300 pounds. 



Squarza^Si 

Frequent attempts have been made to Imitate 
equarza's famous Koucuri, but the secret of his 
ingredients and method of mixture has never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar- 
aa's Punches and the imitations is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and flavor for 
years, while the latter spoil If not immediately 
used. The Egg-nog Punch, If kept from one 
Christmas to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as If freshly made. It is an arti- 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. The 
Morning comfort Appetizer and Antl-Dyspeptle 
Punches are excellent at all seasons. 



F. KoeraaUki. 

Dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 
Mission street. 



What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



The Ell-cix- of Youth, 

For which the sages and philosophers of old 
searched lu vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it in one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corvllle k Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too taie, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, hut 
remain glorious forever. » 



Whsvt Oheer Laundry 
Is the best laundry In San Francisco 



Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage In the saloons in the East 
at present. It Is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how rediculous his 
reflection looks in them- There Is sure to he a 
laugh, and then everybody will tmile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite the Bnss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogrifications tney make 
in s man's appearance are very grotesque. Ev- 
ery one should see them. " • 



M'stehlnsj: Beturnca In One Uaj- 

And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 
Laundry. • 

Oysters rind Chowder, 

Try Joe Giusti'e delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladies* saloon at 
tached. Open day and night, • 



TJo "Vou. Know 

That with BuTTEBicg's PaxTEnKs yon can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage Btamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



A. pleasant Location, 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites oi rooms to let there. 
The building is a very fine one and hv wel 
lighted and ventilated. 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. »*7 KEAKSY STREET, 

AMonrmo tbe Weed Scwncs Macbtkx Stobe 



GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 
well with an ill-fitting shirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
tbe back and avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation for making 

PEBFECT-FITT1NO 8HIBTS 



All cur Shirts bear this Trade Mark, and none 
are genuine without it We import our own goods, 
manufacture our own goods, and sell none but our 
own goods. 

The low rates at which we execute orders have 
secured the patronage of all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Cuffs. 




Silver Plating. 

Articles from which the silver has been worn 
ore received fox re- plating by Haynee Jt Lewies, 
Market street, under the Grand Hotel, • 



POP 



:ej 



SSI KIABST STKJEET, 

Adjoining ths "W.,d" Sewing Machine Agency. 
jnatt 



OAKLAND FERRY-OPPOSITION! 

RE-0PEN1NB GF THE OLD AND FAVORITE 

CREEK ROOTE, 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH 
Steamer CHIN DD WAN, *— — , 
icg elegant accommodations, has been placed ner- 
msnently on the Greek Route between San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, Jnne 24th, leaving Broadway Wharf, Oak- 
land, and Paci no-street Wharf, San Franoisco, 
daily, as follows: 

San Francises. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

900a.il 700 a.m. 6 a.m. 

11 00 a. m. 10 WO a- at. 

1 L-0 P. M. 12 00 M. 

i Z0 P. M. 2 00 P. M, 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, which 
oonvey passengers to the University Grounds. 

The 'raveling pnblic can rely on the CHIN DU 

WAN crossing without interruption at the lowest 

stages of tide. Fare Ten Cents. Freight at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations for teams 

ju231m J. P. ZIMMBRMA.N. 



OCEAN HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED 
the Ocean House and Track ior a term of 
j ears, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS COOKS, 5TEWAED5 AND 
BARKEEPERS. 

Is now ready to attend to the wants of all his old 
friends who may favor him with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make his guests comfort- 
able and happy. 

sSS~Speolal attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

fi£0, W. »ICKJEX, 

a p29 tf rroprletor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IS LOCATED AT.... 

«*T Washington street, next Door to 

the Sail of Record*. 

aw MB. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

^■V at the last Mechanic's Fair, for the best die- 

•fiS play of Hats, both in style and quality. Ons- 

*• tomers will please remember that the di- 

Sloma is placed in th* window so they cannot be 
eeeived as to th* place where to purchase the 
BEST HATS at the CHEAPEST RATER. It 
the first Hat Store below Kearny street. fel6-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY ! 



WHOLESALE AMI KETilL. 

SO Years' Experience 

O. MULLBR, 
OPTICXAJW, 

SOS Montgomery Street, Ban Block, 
jo23 tf San Franoisoo. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL ELECTKICIAJr, 

Proprietor of DR. BOURNE'S weU-taowrj 

BATHS AND NUSNETIC BATTERY. 

1A MASONIC TEMPLE. POST STREET, 

X\J Dear Moot comers and Market, San Francisco, 
for tbe onre of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA, and other Nervous Com- 

ftlaints, etc. As a bath for tbe healthy, perfectly 
uiu iaot, and. to purify tbe blood, unequalled. 
iSV The LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under the 
ohargeof MRS- McSPARREN. juT lm 



Use Faulkner'. Chemical Writing Flu'd, 

It Moot in the leut acted upon by .te.1 pen,. 



J.F. &H.H.SCHAFER 

rMPOETEKS AND DEALERS LH 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sanaome streets to their new 
ronr-sTory wareroome 

M.B— We wish to impress upon tbe public that 
we ean make it to their advantage to call andlin- 
spect our stock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

No. 31 S PINE STREET, 

Between Montgomery suid Sanaome at*. 
ju9tx 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers In 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court Exchange, Hear City .IZnll. 

■9* Hot Lunch daily from U to 2p.il Passen- 
gers' Stores put us) at the shortest notice ap£6 



The Champion and l'n ot-acfl| 
Braces. 

THESE BRAOES. IN THEIR PECTJLL 
construction, have all tbe sdvautsges eftfij| 
panders snd ShonlJer-Bracee combined. 

1st.— They do not disarrange the shirt-beset 

2d.— They cannot slip off the ebooldtrs. 

3d —They give no strain on the breast. 

4th.— Each section of the pacta can b* adjast 
independently. 

5th.— By means of the adjustable back-strsg 
gentle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

6th.— Their esse and convenience commend th 
to everyone, and no person after using them* 
ever use the old-fashioned suspenders again. 

•3- Patented October 10. 1865. Beware of hafl 
ing on these patent*. For sale by 

C. H. BrsR, 

Bole Agent for the Psoific Coast, 818 : 
street, below Stockton. San Francisco. 
gey"Trade supplied at liberal discount, jnSl 



Physicians Recommend 
And over 600.000 People Endonl 

DR. HENLEY 9 

CELEBRATED 




BITTERS, 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY v 
derful TONIC, after a series oi years and a* 
periments, has succeeded in bringing befcreth 



Headache, Biliousness and Constipation, | 
j>ebility and Loss of Appetite all are cat-, 
the derangement of tbe Stomach, Liver and a 



have been successfully used and are warranMltv 
alleviate the sufferer in all the above oases. 

H. EPSTEIN & CO., 

SuooesaoretoL. GROSS A CO Sols Propria** 
of Dr. Henley's I X L Bitter*. 

SI 8 Front street, Sam Ft- am el see. > 
T Lav Salle street, Chicago, 111. 4*1 



FATORITE VALLEJO ROUOT 

CAXlIPORNIA PACIFIC RAIX.R 



AND STEAMER CAPITAL. 

Summer 1 i ■ iiiji< '»*njf 

SHORTEST AND M0ST~C0MF0RTABIi L 

Sn-rlng SO Miles In Dlitunce. and 3 hears 

In time to M urysvllle and fiS 

Mile* to Snernmento. 

K arming Palace Cars, equipped with Mil* 
ler** Safety Platform and Coupler*. 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) a*e>i 
way, carrying United States Hail and all Fast 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAMER " CAPITAL " 
Leaves Front street Wharf, San Franoisoo, at BaJt 
conneotinsat Vallejowith caiaof California PesSH 
Railroad, by which passengers arrive at BaoramsnU 
at 12 :15 P. if., Marysville at 2 :15 p. at., and Cstiet*** 
at 12:45 P. u. ; also leaves San Francisco at (Kit* 
by which passengers reach Sacramento at6:lir. 
M,, Marysville at 9:30 p. M., and CslistogaatTw 

GOING SOUTH I 

Morning Express Trains leaves Marysville at I M 
A. M., Sacramento at 7:30 A. u., and Oalistogaaft 
7:30 a. m., arriving at San Francisco at 11:30 a. at 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marj-STille a»l». 
w.. Sacramento at 3:30 P. M., and Cslistogaatla* 
P. at., arriving at San Francisco at 7:30 P. at. 
bUJNDAY trains and boat. 

Sunday Express Train leave* Marysville at httal 
A. at.. Sacramento 2:30 p. at., and OalistogaatlF. 
M-. arriving at San Francisco at 6:45 p. u. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sunday* lsavss 
San Franoisco at 8:30 A. m. ; passengers arriving at 
Vallejo at 10:15 a. m.. Sacramento at 1:4* P. at, 
Marysville at 5 p.m., and Calistogaat 12 :*0 P. 1 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trains fret* 
Calletogaand Marysville at 5 P. X., arriving at MB 
Francisco at 6:45 P. at. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery street or *■ 
board the Steamer CAPITAL. Baggue called fcf 
and obecked from residence*, hotels, etc., by the 
S. F. Baggare Express Company. 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTIBON, 

Gen'l Freight and Pass. Ag't. Supermtend*J|s| 

Vallejo. May 6tb, 1871. mr»efW 



Um Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fhil 

It flows freely from the pen, and is th* best 
in use. 



Calaveras Big Trees. 

SSffflrWfjfBggffil 

s*** t* W "s^av" ^Bap*' 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THE WORLD-KEKOWNED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TO 
Mokelumoe Station. Peak A Co s Stage Lia* 
Concord Coaches from Moke limine Station to Big 
Trees, leaving San Franoisoo at 8 A. M. every day, 
slopping over night at Mok>lamne Hill, and arriv- 
ing at Bis; Trees at 12 m, next day. Returning. 
leave B'g Trees at 2 P.M.. stooping over nisbt at 
Mokelumoe Hill, leaving next morning at t>M, aad 
arriving at Mok«lumrje Station next day in tier* to 
take the Western Pacific Railroad tniins Kastand 
West, arriving at San Kranciscoat 5 P. U., making 
the round trip In 2 days and 10 hour*. 

F A HE: 
Mokelnmne Station to Big; Trees.. .» * 
ttoundTrlp »• 

**r-For further particular*, apply to 

P. H. KEAN, Agent, 
i u271m No. US Clay street, San Francis**. 



d 



S. A. COLOtTKlH 
■watery. Dr j i.«w-.. 

^^^■T 0.9TN •(. 




IFORNIA T;!EATR^. METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

Miss Kate Newton 



NEW THEATRE COMIQUE BELLA UNION THEATRE 



fKANK JOHI 



•I-.I.T MOKE 



moxiflio s\&< 



XJSf 

^A»»— 

.LICE DUNNING 



J3. liingArd. 



KVE*1XU 



JULT Hik 



(LVER LININGS 

i 1 1 .<» • u«»."j 

M«a ¥-■ <■■>!■ UH 

L le*eltre».r» V-. B «aaaewr. 

MM* Jeaala Taoaaaaoa 



....I I «•«« 

... B. / hi ll 



fILI.IAM HORACE LING ARD 

AID LOCK UFE-LHE IMPERSONATIONS. 

nWTIlllt I »«T TWO MC.III. 
• DAT ul Till R'DAT- 

mon-FHon, 

tr.: h wlU b* mroaaoad with • 
pernios niiT«iniTirn .r ■ u ncr-rms 

iTinuiT ArrsmKooit- 

LINOARD MATINEE. 
• » la alallaee. Hair run 



r WHKIMAI.-P.oa Bo.e.ceol|'e lut Saneatioaal Drama, 

UHE; or, THE CHERRY TREE INN 



■ 'wfw» la lata ■*• far a. , 

CHARLEY BACKUS 



JOB MURPHY, 

TBI «. u t . \ i 



THIS EVCNINO JULT lilt 

a. faraaaea. l.e eiafaal Caaaad* eattllaa 



iirmi KCLBi ... mil »»t« hfwtok 

Ure r. al Date, 

Km . MIHK.II . Hln.-.l., 

' IB [Im ilav toa. Hi'iiriiT 

■aaa. Owaffa D'Alrey J II Herdle 

•uiOarndp J. II Tmane 

r«(UHIl»IIW v >rl||M 

Mm >r OrtbllD 

MO I lfi>. !!■■> .1 (..!,.». 

An II l^m r la afareWld. 

\'l lll-Tfce l.lttl* llnoM- Aaala. 

CHARLEY BACKUS 

Will ippur in bit 

Wonderful ltnit.il ions of Celebrities! 

■MBiirnta 

Mwln forrftl. OklMb Krt*n, ,J. II. IlnnO,, Frrtater, 

J-rrrwu. Mr( tallongt,, Rlatrtrl. Hlrhach, 

Hifflv Mitchell. Kitlr H«t. mna. 

Te conclude wllfe Joe Murphy'* opera bonEe, 

MOLLY BAWN 

MOTHER BAWN MBS. JOE MDRPHT 

aUtlj Hewn Hia, Jennie Maml, villo 

BARKET DONOVAN JOE MRTPQY 

Merle, tilt Gaoler Mr. Nod Est 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON— 

LAST BRAND COMBINATION MATINEF. 

■9-Boi Offlee open from 1, a. it. to * p. w . whoa RESERVED 
Beau mar as aeaured WITHOUT EXTRA OHAROE. 



■ o«» • 




'r.n.tc« * 


id. ivt" 


HALL. 






JI'LY l*.tb 


BaMa. J*h l 






m".. ?..».. ......... 
















Uraaa It 




■ 

*> •,•»■ Tr*f.n*» 


Oeertor. 






MME. LOPEZ AND HER 


FOUR PUPILS 



HISS ELLA WESN1B 

l> hM t IllltaM OlkM ■ 



Tmnny H>K«i»r 



I.#w Ptrk-r 

I n Hi MUkl IH \ \K .lu\ I •« 

i»ni»h ■pMtaKtaa \ .i WuH 

l.uilr lYooltilnrk-lVtw 8o»f aad Dftae* .1. Vnrpht 

nallntl Knnnv llrmr 

e. i^T^i-li^^ 

Pn.lurlne AM T. R<i<n iiml >*-rt Wnnl 

HiillMt) Annie I.umor 

**>*.* nnd II m nee ... rinr.t Wini-r 

lllahluinl Fllnc Ri>«n Vincent 

IticM.in.l Fllo* Ulu ninnehc 



JIM AND JACK RAG! 

Tommr Bo«a and Ned Wnrd 



My I" «il -i ■•»,,„!, | Charcon! , 



..Jimmy Murphy 



Tlie Xji^7-iia.s Statues 

MME. LOPEZ AND HER I'l'PILS. 

~TZATx7F5~X>ij ET.~ 



S. M. nAI.L «iid . 



. JAKE WALLACE 



Orma ft/ Onld li-cl»nd Analc I.nmnr 

Jotpphni Ornnitf lllo.-om Frank <Ionc« 

THE CONVICT'S RETURN! 

Nod Ward Tommy Rosa.. Low Parker 

Violin Sola Prof. Paul llotilon 

To conclude with the Laughable Sketch entitled 

STOP YOUR DANCING I 



Aliiio l_.o Favro 

'V* Daaab Bar 
NOAGEMENT or JOHN MANNING 

'Popular Rnrnoldfl lirolltprn 

SATURDAY and SUNDAT EVENINGS 






*>nh I PmmU, ..... lUjnoldl 

in iumi 

i ll*nrv 

I .■»•.,, Htm 

M '"bib lillraora 

»p»Df 

■ nnipttsf 



*»l"|1". I > •>>'*■ '•- U '.i.il-i » 
riBBfj llnurr . 



. .I»hntiy Mnnnlni 

Itturta ^*ei 

Minnie Illlro«rr- 



!>')«!<> B IBf »' '1 Dal 

■ Tin' Two c; <>«M I >' A rme«J 

«e«tt-Be nnd Chnrlee Keinnltla. 



Mlanle Inrhri 



THE TWO POLITICAL, SPEAKERS! 

Vo. Hard Uftl Kelly | Oobb* . lUrry ThompMB 



Funny Onrr-etooM 



Miss Ella Wcsner 

1.1 BLEB P0PUL4B SONt.S AND Ul.iNdEB. 



OTert oet OfcbeeUm 

Fancy .IIr Mlit Joeephlne 

Dnrt-Oood Klifat Minnie Cot-byn nnd Nli|«r 

Nona nnd Dnnre Blavnehn Nnltr 

U.illad Morale Breww 



HB111 Jonos's Ooxisln 1 

Bill JnDdn'n Cousin.* FiRbter (loo. Reynold* 

Mosiolan 'loinnij Bree | Intruder C'bnrloy Reynolds 



Concluding, (or the flrit time, wlt'i .Inn. Dowling'a ndApUtion 
from the French Spy. eatitlid 

THE. DUMB BOY! 

FRENCH. 
HfDii do Charlomier, the Dumb Boy ( ALINE LE FAVRK 

Azrnb. an Arnb ( 

Ool. Lallenr Mnt Kelly I Serg't Maloouor... .R G. Mnrnh 

Quartermnster.-U. Tbompsoa I Ro*ette Minute Fillmore) 

ARABS. 

KlKader. the Rey of Oonttaotin^, B. U.Taylor 

Haley AhheR Mohammed Mnntifumi Johnny Mannine; 

GumboGum....Geo. ReynolJu 1 Amb Officer Tommy Brao 

All the Ladies nn French Soldim-.-', with military ovolutionx. 
Bent, an Arab. ..Geo. Reynolds I Yir/.a.nn Ariib..Ohaa Reynolds 
Ibrahim , B. G. Marsh | Arabs By Auxiliai-ioi 



lureka Range 

The best Coo king Appa- 
atus now I n t he market. 
I Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
oonomlca l in Fuel, and 
andaome In Design. It 
ves univ ersa l satisfact- 
ion. Try it. 

FOR SALE BV 

jOCKE & MONTAGUE, 

liyUj 11 1 nnd 11 A Battery street. [tf 



FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Catting 
HEADQUARTERS, 

OOMoDtgomoryrt., 
oppobiti BUBi bousx 



R8. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKKK, 
•IRST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

botc. to Km- CBS Kenmy street* 
Room No. 9, Beoond Floor. 



O. KICKS & CO., 
KOOK- BINDERS 

AND BLANK-BOM MANUFACTURER!, 

»o. 548 Olekv-y- Street, 

■An rstAHonoo, 

An. &9 J itrett, . atranKoU. no9-if 



III r.ulher'i Chemical Writing fluid, 

It dovs not corrodo or clog the pen. 



iMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

tISKLV FURKISHED BOOHS, SIoT- 
[1 a or In anlta. 

Wall UaktM aad Teatllatea. 
Uafamlahid Baonu ao UU LoMttloa; with 
At.HAMBB. BOILDIKU, 
OtMU 



DINNER, 

DESSERT, BREAKFAST, 

....AXD.... 

T E5 A. 

SETS. SETS. 

PEARL WHITE, 

Mraaat Shape., 17S Piece 8SS eO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

lo>8 Pieces 845 OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

55 Piece. SSO oe 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

M Fleees sis OO 

Silverplated Service, 

1 Bent Cantor ) 

I do«n each Tea and ( Ac w».*„ aM «... -~ 
TaWs Spoons { ** ^»eces....»Bl SO 

1 dozen Medium Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

J With Pearl While ffBO OO 

(With French China Silo OO 

GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and 
paoksd or dsllvsrsd FREE OF OHABGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pine Street, 

inl5lf SAX FRANCISCO. 







THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

•.TTOBTTEY AT IiA 'W, 
(Avaeat Fraasala.) 

ROOM RO. », NOS. Tie AND TIB MOMT- 
«om*rr atraat. aaat aido (orar Frank'l SaJooa), 
oalwaan WMkiniKm aad Jaoaaon. <». HaW 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Bowaid street, Dear Second, 




THE MANA- 
R-:r« take pleasure 
in aDooonointr 
that after baving 
a large furoo of 
oarpenters at 
work, their 



New Flocr 

ifl completed : and 
alao that too Rink 
»illbe 

o^*nisr sunibAys. 

juMlvr TIZI.VA A aUIa, 

Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNFR OK COMMERO.AL AND LEIDES- 
dorff streotc, having bep» thfrouKbly reno- 
vnted, and a new Sitting room added iu Iront, is 
now ready to reoeico Lodgem by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICE of 2.~», BTW ni^rt 
nOc BY THE NIGHT, aud BY THE WEEK, 
9 1 GO to 83 and #3 -*J>— for tiingte Rooms. All 
the rooms nre farnbhed with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. 'I be House and Beda are kept thoroughly 
olean and free from mopquitos. 

0®- HOUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT. Porsons Hv- 
ing io or visiting thn citv will Sod this oni of '.he 
BEST AND UHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

KALSTOX dt£ COTTREtL, 

Sp5 lm Proprietors, 

W- A. HUGHES, 

SIS Clay ntreet, between r^Ide^orJr und 

Honionc. 
BEEPS THE BE8i 

«<A.A..A.. WHT@K.EY,» 
Marriar. s No. 3 Ale, 

BREWED EXPRESSLY FOR OAI '""OBNIA. 

Large assortment, of French Brann' , Scotch 
Whisky. .Jamaica Bam Holland Gin anu Forolgtt 
and Domestic Wloon of all kinds seS-tf 



TO LET, 
NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Address FEILLIP COWEBT, 

Petslum , 
Or apply to J. H. McCABR, 

oc^Jiim Theatrical Agent, Ban Franoinoo. 



FOB VALUABLE INFORMATION, OAT L ON 
oraddrosn Mrs. A. B 0„ No. 11 Hnrrison 
street. Sen Francisco. IjnBlm 



I. W. TABER, 

Art and Photographic Gallerr 

Wo. IS Montuomcry street. 

OTP08ITB MA80NIO TBMPLE.-THIS NEW 
and slsjrant sstabtisbmont is now complete 
la all IU appointments, poesessinic ertry reqniilta 
foe Moallsoea in Photographic Art. ) ill Ln 



TO Tlir. LOVERS OF 

SONG AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TOl 
society is at the 

4- 



SALOON! 



COS Mission street, bet. Second und New 
MoDtgomery, 

Every Saturday Nig-lit. 

OHAIB TAKEN AT 8t30 SHABP. 

N. B .— A epaolous Club Boom to let for one or 
two nights a week, whh every convenience for 
band Practice, Club meetings, etc Musio furn- 
ished for parties. 

BiyM HOLLAND & EAGLES, Proprietors. 



D. Bruce, 



DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



Printer, 

SMOVED TO » 



HAS REMOVED TO 



Sac.fMontg'ry 



Opp. old cffl.ee. 




GLORIOUS VICTORY I-EIRST 
Premiums and Silver Medals awurd- 
ed to FUOAZIK OK1EISTAL OIL 
HAIR DYE, at the San Francisco 
Foirs in 18H4. 'fi. 1 . nnd '63; at Sacra- 
mento in l^KJ, '(i5, 'tifi, '67 and '70: also 
a*- Stockton oad Maryevillo Fairs. 
Thin Oil Dye is the boat, eimulest. 
eaeieBt applied io the world. Work 
done in a few eeooode ; in twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiskers to be aeon. Free from SDOAB 
Lead, Lao Sulphur, or other poisonous, health- 
destroying drugs used in other hair prepara'iono. 
One application, natural brown; twn, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equals tbis Oil for the "Whiskers. 
Address orders to .1. F. FUGAZI, K street, near 
Third, Sacramento; HUG A SCHMIDT, MSUom- 
meroialst., Sao Franuisco; GATES & RHODES, 
San Jose. Ask yonr drngglBt for it. mv- tf 



JAPANESE BAZAAR, 

Sl« Montaon-.ery alreet. canter ina, 

ROBERT MATERS. 

Japan & China Goods 

.ft, Kereltr— Jopnnese Napkins. 

and Chinese Book Scratchers. 

AMERICAN WATCHES, CALA. DIAMONDS 

jaW Etc. Etc. 3m 



F. MAN8EI.L & CO., 

HOUSE, SIGN AXD ORNAMENTAL 

41» TJMM ITUIT. {.IS 



Dr.Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

— ajto— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE 

For Ladles and Gentlemen. 

Wo. SS9 Pacific scree 

mHE BEST AND MOST COMMODIO *8» 

X tAblinhmentof the kind, either in Eargptol 
Arcerioa. Convenient and separato apartnisnit. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain Ol 
Medicated Waters. Suites o( rooms In ths uM 
boilding for private patients. In-U Iss 



NAPA^ODA. 

THE SATFKAL WATEB as HKEH 
FKUM THE SPRIN6S AT NAPA.. 

THE WATEB HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
used for the past thirteen years, with the most 
satisfactory rosults. It contains many valnablt 
properties, as will be seen by tho following 

Analysis of the Nttpn Soda Springs. 

By Dr. L. Lanzweert, Prsotioal Chemist, Hay. 

Temperature, Fahr W 

Besidium from Eraporutlon'.in )4-eallon, grs. ...17 

Biourbonate of Soda 3 28 

Carbonate of Magnesia 33 

Carbonate of Lime 2 72 

Ohloridoof Sodium 1 30 

Suboarbonate of Iron I 96 

Sulphate of Sodu 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina 19 

Loss ....0 82—17 - 

We, the undersigned, puyBicians, practicing ia 
the city of San Francisco, have examined the re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lanzweert, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. The water, according to this ox- 
(.inlnation, possesses Aperient Antacid and Tonitt 
properties, which cannot fuil to be very bonsfloisl 
19 the treatment of Chrooio Diseases, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating haver- 
age: H. M. Gray. M. D.; Arthur B Stout, M. D.I 
J. P. Whitney. M. D. ; A. F. Sawyer, M, D. ; Ob**. 
Bertody, M. D. ; Win. O. Ayres. M. D. 

■Op- For sale at all saloons throughout the elfaj 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly era 

outed at the Napa Soda Agonoy, 1X4 SUTTEB 

STREftT. 

jn20 tf T "W..FENN. Agent 

h Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid. 



CLIFF_KEOUSE . 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMINtBOBM HOKSTER SEA LION* I 

Elegant Breakfasts, Lnnchei, Bin- 
nert and Snppert 

BBMS TOTB WIFE ! 

ranre todb tasiilt 

limio totjk Liar a-uijcjrn. 

An Mjo, a Tlew of the flnaat Ocr.an PiSoiuxA 

la tha whole world, all in eight ol to. 

world-rax jwned 

SOIiDBIl GATE! 

With a ftaet of white- winaad aaaeMnMra eatarla 

from .Terr part of tha commercial world. 

■wTNew Line Busaee. ooaBectlnK with Straa 
Oar. at Lone Mountain ererr 15 atinataa heraaft. 
for tha OllS Uouae. Far. » oanta. 



Lsned v.:rj iaj, e«ept Suader. RJ 
j_ £»_' __0<3--A-JrlX>'t7.B 

—AT— 

632 Marebant St. and 535 V-iuiigten 8t 

Kolow Mon;*o3;erJ Blsck- 



HONDA* JULY 17, 



1871 



TO HOTEL KEEPERS. 

"Flioi-O." I. null" 1 "cry morntDI to 
.11 the hotel, on lb. P»clB« t'on.U Pr. 
»rttlor- or u.w hotel, who huve »ot J«t 
— eelT.d II w"l »«»« " 'oi-warded free 
• I .hot-tre on nendlmi •>• their ■««•■. 
•- 

FlflARO OK THE CALfl, PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

riGAKO !■ thoroughly dl.trlbeUed e.- 
•rydttyon the car. of the California P«- 
tlb Ballracd, leuvlnu Mary.TlUe for 
YaUlcJo and Han l'rancl.co at 1 o'clock 



FIGARO ON THE OAKUHO B0AT8. 

*OU •' Flmiro." »rc dl.Irlboled on the 
Oakland Perry boot, every afternoon, 
mo.lly amoor the piutaenffer. arrlrlug bj 
(he great Overland Train. 

FIGARO ON THMfALLEJO BOAT. 

too "Figaros'* ore distributed every 
day nmonif the panenneri on the Steamer 
Cupltal, on hei* after neon trip from 
VolleJ* to this city. 



FICARO OH THE SOUTHER* PACIFIC RAILROAD 

•TlBoro" 1» circulated every day on the 
ear. of the Southern I"ue.flc K. K. which 
leave San Joieforthli city ut 8:20 P.M. 
• 

••JFl-aro" le circulated every day at 
the Skating Kink. 



Bad, Very Sad ! 

Two promising boy<i, not more tban fif- 
teen years of age, were arrested for stealing 
a watch. Instead of availing themselves of 
the advantages offered by the Young Men's 
Christian Association aQd improving their 
time by reading and oultivatiDg the social 
virtues, these hoys were in the habit of 
loafing round the theatre and gambling hellB 
on Jackson street, and in fact were becom- 
ing regular Hoodlums. Jul go Sawyer sen- 
tenced them to the Industrial School where 
it is hoped they will reform. Their names 
*by the by, are Ah Tarn and Ah Gin. 

-♦ 

Aotlve. 

We pitch into the Chronicle for the mis- 
takes it makes, but are always ready to give 
it credit for the energy it displays, in hunt- 
ing out and exposing public evils. "We don't 
think it at all exceeded its duties sb a public 
journal when it exposed the red tape system 
by which the unfortunate immigrants from 
Magdalena were kept hungry all day. If 
the Chronicle will only deal with matter that 
concern the public, and abstain from attacks 
on private individuals prompted by private 
motives; it will supply a vacancy in the ranks 
of journalism in San Francisco. 

— * 

Carious Case. 

In New York the other day, Peter O'Hearn 
asked Frederick J* Schott "Are you a man 
or a monkey?" at the same time striking 
him in the face. Ho fell as if he was shot, 
and never answered the question, having 
gone straight to the other world to procure 
the information requested. O'Hearn was 
acqnited, no mark of violence beirj:; found 
on the body. Darwin is evidently responsi- 
ble for Schoti's death, as his book mutt 
have suggested tbo fatal query to O'Hearn. 



pretty Strong. 

Woodhull ACiaflin's Weekly is somewhat 
prejudiced on the subject of Marriage ties. 
The following is a pretty stroag way of put- 
ting the case: 

b Han is for the world's rudest toil, and for 
woman's lover and friend, ffomaa « for 
the world's finest work, and for man s lover 
and friend. She is not his to own, as doll, 
victim, drudK", nnree, subject, companion 
or wife ! She belong* toher 8 elf-even more 
than man belongs to himself. Both will be 
happier when mutually -dependent od, and 
independent of eachother. 

The tree of love, when transplanted from 
nature to the rank and groaB garden of mat- 
rimonv, withers and dies-from an excess 
of coujugul decorum and fidelity I As reas- 
onably expect a plant to thrive in uncongen- 
ial soil, with iis roots exposed to an arid 
son! -though its petals were redundantly 
showered with the choicest dews of friendly 
sympathies and care ! 

However willing we may be to confess 
that iftfl a sad thing for a woman to marry 
a man wlom Bhe does not love, we don't 
think that she need cease to love a man be- 
cause he is her huBband. True love lasts 
forever and the ties of matrimony, which' 
are to those unfitly yoked, galling fetters 
hard tn be borne become wreaths of flowers. 
Snrely Mesdamea Woodhull & Claflin would 
not deny to a woman the right to love her 
husband however much they may claim for 
her who neither loves nor is loved by her 
legal protector the privilege of Beekiug some 
congenial and sympathetic soul. 

. ■» ■ -- — - 

Another Procession. 

We understand that the Italians in this 
ci'y will shortly celebrate the establishing 
of Bome ss the Capital of Italy by a proces- 
sion. This will doubtless be offensive to a 
large portion of our population who grieve 
over the " Holy City" being taken out of 
the hands of the Pope ; but we are Bure that 
with the lesson of the New York riot bo fresh 
in their minds, they will refrain from giving 
any expression to their displeasure. If one 
nationality ib permitted to impede the traffic 
in the chief streets of the city, and for a 
time cause business to be virtually suspend- 
ed in order to forcibly express an idea with 
which the American people at large have but 
little sympathy, all must be allowed the same 
privilege. Therefore next week for an hour 
or two let us all turn out and look at the 
Italians in procession ; let us all become 
Romans and do &b the Romans do— shout 
Viva Itonia, Capitate d' Italia. . 



•*TUo National American Party." 

Our leading article of Friday last under 
the above title caused considerable sensa- 
tion and was copied yesterday by two of onr 
city papers— the Chronicle and Golden Ci*y. 
We think it is "safe" to write an American 
article now and then, '.hough it muBt be con- 
fessed euch an act is a startling innovation 
on the course generally pursued by the heavy 
dailies. 
Horton's Tobacco A.n,tl*lote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
reat success has originated many spurious Im- 
itations under the name of Orion's. Burtou'B, 
and other similar Bounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
ol Hag 4 Schmidt, 635 Commercial St., la on the 
wrapper. Una & Bcairox, Successors to P. J. 
Hallly, Agents. _______ * 

Ur. 3?olie»ri:/ 

Has devoted hla etodj -acre pvUraltirl? to 
•hrc-lc and specific ptsctlce, and as each Is nor. 
l-e moat successful of z'-i Physician in Ban 
Francisco. Office 519 Sacramento street, comer 
»f Leideadorff, a fiw door below What Cheer 
Bouse. * 

~ e - ' Furnishne Goods, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry, * 



The Political Cauldron. 

The campaign has commenced in earnest. 
The pot is ''biling." Our Democratio neigh 
bor, the Examiner has laid on an extra coat 
of war-paint, seized the tomahawk and scalp- 
ing knife, adorned itself with its necklace of 
grizzly bear's claws, and gone after Repub- 
lican scalps with sprightly animation. The 
Examiner is a "big Injin," and is putting in 
telling licks. Meantime, the Republicans 
seem to be without a fighting organ. The 
Alta is well-disposed, but too slow in its 
evolutions, and too much encumbered by 
its ideas of dignity for efficiency in guerilla 
warfare. The Call wants to be on both Bides 
or neither side. The Chronicle wants to be 
on the Republican side without offending 
the Democrats. Thus the Republicans are 
virtually without an organ. For a live, 
wide awake, slashing, campaign paper, com- 
mend ub to our ferocious neighbor, the Ex- 
aminer. 

HXgr'h Ijivine: «-* A_o-w cost. 

The Balletia publishes a paragraph about 
the cheap iaie served at the "Holly Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Bos;on, wbera working 
:;.'. hit. supplied with c-iaiitTe at a low cost 
per pHIc, but it neglects to add tbat Joan Re- 
gan'a California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
street. San FrancUco, within twenty paces of 
the- Bulletin ofnee, serves bettor fare at lower 
cwst every day in the year. "What would the 
l.o.i'i;;i:ns think of a dinner composed of tb.9 
following: Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of Balinon, r-jast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of Ice cream, ali for 25 cents? A 
half bottle of California wine, with it will cost 
ten cents more. These are the regular bill of 
fare charges at the Calirornia Bettaurant. In 
fare how is that for high ? In price, how is that 
for low • 

Wliut Cheor Laundry, 
331 Leldesdorff street, near Sacramento. * 



To t— e X7nr<>rt\xate. 

Pr. Gibbon's Dispensary , No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In 1651, for the treatment of chronic 
and special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
no charge unless he effects a cure. * 



industrial Dt*pot, New Mont, street. 

Orders received for sewing by the Magdalens. 
Machines rented by the day or week. • 



Save Your Money. 

The Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest your Bavlngs. 60 cents per fortnight 
amounts, In about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ers can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months with withdrawal rate ol interest. Call 
at the office, 123 Post street, for Information. * 



Everhody .Buys Tnem, 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Steuart's refined sugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candles have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the firm does an immense 
trade, both in the Jobbing and retail line. • 



Reading Matter lor All. 

Loomis, at his stationery Btore at the fl. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Poat Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office itself. 
All the New York papers and English maga- 
sines are there. 



NEW AOVERTfSEMENTS. 



ON EXHIBITION FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY 

.. COMMEKCIKG.... 

TTESDAY ■ JTJI/T 18th 

"THE UNKNOWN," 

A.X JFACIJFIC hall, 

WHEN HE WILL GIVE 

A SYNOPSIS OF HIS LIFE, 

....AND.... 

On Saturday Evening* 

WILL LECTVKE 

a^THE "BNHNOWN" will be on Exhibition 
daily from 2 until 5 p. If. 

Admission, SO cents ; children half price. 
The proceeds to be devoted to charitable Insti- 
tutions of the city. jyl" lw 



The Rustic Window Shade 

TS SUPERIOR TO ANY IN MARKET FOR 

■L Cheapness, Finish and Durability, and ie a 

Snbitltnte for Inside Blind*. 

Admits the light and air, excludes the son and 
flies, and has no fixtures tbat get ont of order, 
pan be wasbed without removing tba oolors. 

Manufactured by HOLLIHAN A BURBRIDGE, 
(ill Mission street, near the corner of New Mont- 
gomery. jy!7 lm 



If You. Waut 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoUt, send them to the What Oheer L-mn 
dry. t • 

Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of rosea would be very 
oomfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
Branch House, 424 Sansome street, are absolute- 
ly perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried ti Spring beds, elastic mattresscB, 

blankets made of the finest California wool, 
and sheets of spotless whiteness all combine to 
Insure a good night's rest. * 



John O. Hayden 

Has rem - cd his old established hair dress- 
ing saloon to the new and spacions store, 218 
Bush street. In the Mercantile Library Build. 
Ing, which iB fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it is the finest on the 



Important to Strangers. 

Aebaham's, 33 and 35 Second street, the place 
par excellence to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, S-5; beaver suits 
to order, $10 ; pants to order, (8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no salo. Every reader must 
3te tbat he can fave from 25 to 35 per csnt. by 
purchasing h.s clothes at the great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. ABaAKAMH, 33 and 35 Second 

street. 

lfTon Want 

First-class Boote and shoes you must go to 
F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Store, Nos. 822 
and 321 Bush street, opposite the Alhambra 
Theatre." • 

Plcnlcs-Callstosra-Seaslde, 

The new SuuuLer styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "The" H3t Store, C47 Washington 
stre t, is daily visited by the fashionable men 
of Sao Francisco. It is only at *'Th_" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous stjKs. Of course, everyone anows that 
"The" U-'t Store is the second hat store below 
Kearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
ii>i!iiitjEt, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. • 

Euphrosync's Enamellne, 

A delicate enamel, imparting an Irresistible 
elegance and refinement to the face. Price 60 
cents. Wilson & Co., southeast corner of Fifth 
and Mission streets. 

Cremo cle XjIs. 

Beautiful is the finish developed by the use 
of Dicker's celebrated Cbeme de Lib, a pure 
transparent complexion being Imparted. No 
poison enters its composition. 

Wnat is Glucoleln? 

A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 
disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. Prepared and 
■old by Jambs G. Steele A Co., No. 021 
Montgomery Btreet. 



will BE TENDERED BT THE 

San Francisco Hussars, 

('APT. dT. SCHKEIBXJS, 

AT THEIR NEW HALL, CORNER 
New Montgomery and Minna streets 
(entrance on Minna street;, 

"Wednesday £venlng> July 19th. ^ 

Tickets One Dollar 

(Admitting Gentleman and Ladies ) 

To be had at O. O. Keene's Music Store, of the 
members, and at the door on the ovsning of Ball. 

BaLLES BERG'S celebrated Band has been en* 
gaged for tbe occasion. 

Committee of Abbangisiehts— Lientenarjt C. 
Krumbeck, Sergeant D. O. Preston, Private Wm. 
Mocker. 

0&-Every member is requested to settle for his 
tickets on or before Tuesday evening, Jnly 18th. 
By order of THE COMMITiEK. 

jyl5 td 



FOR S*N QUENTIK AND SAN RAFAEL" 



To San Quentln..£Oc | San Rafael... ,73c 

THE FAVORITE STEAMER CONTRA* OOS- 
TA, Capt. J. McKenzie, leaves Ferry Wbarf, 
Davis Btreet, near ValU-jo. for San Qnentin, con- 
necting by rtiilroud v, i tb S.;o Rafael and the Btages 
from tbere for Olima, Tomales and Nioasio, every 
week day as follows: 
San Francisco at 9 A.M., 1 :45 P.M., and 6:30 p. u. 
ISan Qnentin at 8 and 11:30 a.m , 2:45 and 5:30 P.M. 

Sunday Excursion Time Tabic. 
Leave San Francisco at 16:30 A, M. and 5:30 P.M. 
Son Kafael at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. 
jj8 tf CHAS. MINTURN. 



A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 
i e-s- by a eentleman speuking English, French, 
Spanish and Italian fluently, la conversant with 
CtimmeTCial operations, and can give the beat of 
ref -rencee. Wonld accept a commission or travel- 
ing agency. Has been three years in one bouse. 
Address G. A„ Figabo Olfice. ju8 tf 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED FROM 
buying the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE from 
Peddlers, or any person except C <0. KEENE, Mu- 
sic Stor*. 105 Montgomery street (Local Agent). 
DR. LEVt W TAVi.OK is inventor and sole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none ie genuine witbont my siennture. 

DK. LEVI W. TAYLOR. 
Office, 105 Montgomery st.. Room 1. jy7 tf 



RHEUMATISM. 

TV/TRS. W. 8. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
■*•" W. MAO. the only Conqueror on tbe Glebe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forme— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory : Neuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lnmbage or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc. No. 161 Tehama 
street, fourth door from Tnird. ju28 lm 



Posters 



and Programmee 



Printed 



Cheap 



At Stebext's, 533 Clay street. 
jyU 3m 



ASTROLOGY. 

DK. JOHN BOLL. THE MOST WOS-.W. 
derfDl Forton. Teller in the world, can AJ 
be f ortDd at > o. 836 Pacific street, between . 
Stockton and Powell. He uses all kinds of witch- 
craft, cares all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that ie lost, stolen, or runaway, and 
cures drunkards from drinking. He will Hire lore 
and Inok to all who want it. Don't forget to oall 
■ad see him. i;U Is 



WHERE 

TO 

GET 

TOUR 

MONET'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. Y. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

DONT 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOR 

THEM. 

ALL, 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 



708, 712, 7H and 716 
Kearny Street, 

io26 tf (OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



EIGHTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 

... OF THE.... 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIO 
AT 11 A. M., TUESDAY, AUGUST 8 

HON- MILTOrTs. LATHAM 

Hub consented to deliver the Opekikg Address 

THE EXHIBITION BUILDING IS SITUAT- 
ed on Union Square, jn tbe heart of tbe city 
of San Francisco, and on the line of three street 
railroads. The building covers a ground area of 
95,20a feet, and is complete in all its appointments. 

Steam power and water supply famished free 
to exhibitors. 

All goods competing for premiums, or to be cat- 
alogued, must be receipted for by the entry clerk 
before August 12th. 

Rules and Regulations can be obtained from any 
of the omoers at the Institne or Pavilion. 

In conjunction wifcb tbe Industrial Exhibition, 
tbe BAif DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SO- 
CIETY will hold its first Exhibition of the Flow- 
ers and Fruits of California, occupying a space of 
320x50 feet. 

Prices of Admission. 
Season Tickets admitting Gentlemen and 

one Lady $5 00 

Season Tickets admitting one person 3 00 

Season Tickets admitting Juveniles under 14 

years ^ 1 50 

affr The above Tickets are not Transferable. -©« 

Stogie Admission - 50 cts 

Children under 14 yeare 25 cts 

Children must be in charge of guardians or 
parents. 

Tickets can be obtained from any of the Mana- 
gers, at the Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post street, at 
tbe Pavilion, Union Square, or from the principal 
Music or Drug Stores in the city. 

»3r No bills will be paid nnlees ordered by tbe 
proper Committees. By order 

A. S. H&LL1DIE, President. 

TV. H. WILLIAMS. Secretary. jjll lm_ 



For Strangers OnLy to Read. 

Those living in the city know it already. 

np hec heap e stpl ace 9 bny yours 
blr tsan df am 1» hla ge oo 
dut aatfe he tune rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. 8 Second etreet. 
nfi lm BttNEDIOT & OO. 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CUBED BY 

The Arabian Treatment. 

THE HOST SEVERE CASES 

RELIEVED IN 3 DAYS. 



DSTEENAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIES. 



DR. JOHN SZOTZSKI 

No. 8S9 Pacific street, 

■9~The Doctor's advertisements will appear ia 
Figaeo exclusively. jo2S tf 



187K72. 
Personal Property Taxes 

TW^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OER- 
-^ tified copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for the Fiscal Year 1871-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, City and 
County Taxes for the Baid fiscal year are now dne 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining dne and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August ensuing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTDX, 

Tax Collector. 

San Francisco, July 3d, 1S7L 3741m 



I CALANTHINEI 

. L t > 



Candy I Candy \ 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CANDY MAN- 
turer. No. SIS Kaaroy street, between Sac- 
-tmento -nd California; and 137 Second street, 



bet, Minna and N_tom». All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Cartage tree to ell parts of the oif 
wfrrrTT-g exoented. aavUt) 



M. KANE, 

DEALER IN WINES. LIQUORS ASD Blr 
Ota, tor. Jeni«»nd First sti.eii. jn241m 




CALIFORNIAJRESTAURANT 

NOS. «10, 012 AND t-14 MONT. 
gomery street, near Merchant.— 
.Ladies' Saloon connected with the Ree* 
taurant. 

JBlll ol fare. 

Ice Cream FREE to any pereos 
SrMrnUii.fi, SS Cente. 

Seup, with Fish or Rroasts Vtc l 

Soap, with two Eggs 15o 

Two Ecse lOc 

Two Faruilone Z?BC" lOc 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 15c 

Mutton Chops, Tea or Coffee 15c 

Beefcteak, do 15c 

Sirloin Steak, do 20c 

Ifresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed. 16o 

Clam Fritters 15o 

Bottleof White Wine Wo ■ 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer ISo _J|^ 

Pies. Pudding or Cake 5c _6_ 

Oat Meal, Mush or Uracked Whea.t 6o mBM 

Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of l23 

White or Claret Wine 5c M% 

del-tt JOHN REGAN, Proprietor; 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURANT 

No. £7 Second etreet. 

THEY HAVE REDDOED THEIB 
prices, and yon on live like a print* 
there for a email earn. Among the 
reductions are: 

Cup of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 cen U 

Ham and Three Eggs 20 cent* 

Oysters, all styles 20 cents 

Roast Veal, Mutton or Beef 10 cants 

Sonp, all kinds 10 cents 

Grand Family Restaurant. SO Second 
street, near Market. }ul5ti 



ZZCXp:E2! 

Change of Prng^rn mmtg 



.. ..AT THE... . 



Esperance Restaurant, tea 

fl-47 Commercial street. /f w 

Board per Week.. • S 50 

Board per Month XO 0# 

Dinner with TVlne 50 

Single Dishes as per BUI of Fare. 

Gr-STAVE SCnXEIDEK, 
mr25 tf 64? Commercial st,, below Kearny, 



RE-OPENING OF 

Delmonico Restaurant! i 



THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE- I 
open the above Restaurant with ail i 
the delicacies of the season, on BAT* 1 
URDAY, June 10th, and respeetlullj 
solicit the patronage of the public. 
1ANE BBOTHEB8. 



ju91m 



THEATH2 ROTISSEKIE, 

SS5 Bnpont st., one door south of Bush, 

E. MARCHAND LATE OF THI 

Rotiaserie Restaurant" of the Uni« 

Club, Proprietor.— The Tables profi- 

ded with all tbe Delicacies of the season. 

*»-OYSTERS IN EVERY Si^YLE JcS»B I 



J. C. COMBES, 
"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

■©"Terrapin constantly on band. Oysters In 
every style. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOE 
PARTIES. mh311m 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE A6ENT, 

SEABCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
ancer— Office in Smith's new Hall, San LMO- 
dro, directly opposite the Conrt Hocee. 

FARMS and HOMESTEADS for salo and tf Irt 
in various parts of Alameda county. apffllm 



Por Saleor Rent 

A LARGE ASSORT- 
ment of Square and Op- 
right Pianos, from the new 
American and Europtan | 
manufactories, for sale or 
'rent on the moat favor) 

terms. 

B. CTJKTAZ, 

80 0'Farrell street, near Market. 





PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vtKGisiXA cmr, nbvaba. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEB5 BJ- 
decorated, and is now open for the SanJisai 
Season. STARS and TRAVELING OOMPAJHln 
satioE 

Pronrieterand Manager, 



person t* 

630 Washington street, San 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE* 

8ACEAHEMO. 

MR. JGSEPH PROCTOR WELL OOMME50B 
bis second Dramatic Season early in Septem- 
ber, until which time the Theatre can be renteo 
for Concerts, Lectures, Conventions, and f° r *rS! 
atrical Entertainments of a first-class order, of 
application to THOS. BAKER, Eeo, at Haitian 
& Co's Banking House, corner of Second * n J 1 , J 
streets, Sacramento. ! ,iifl "-' 



The Arlington House, 
127 



KEARNY BTREET, BETWEEN POST 

jljw * and Sntter, will be opened on the IstM 
July as a flrat>claBS LODGING HOUSE. Tbj 
rooms are large, handsomely furnished, and will I 
be rented low. Parties desiring to do so ean mats J 
arrangements to have coffee with light breakfast* 1 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single Rooms 
from flO to fl5 per month. Transient onstoin fo-l 
fceited. jullln ■ 






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E M E R S ONJIIN STRELS! 

extcrtaihment a la »alon part premier. 

HTCms nuiori nusonu h 

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(tiki • DITTT I I PI KI>V 

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T. M .ll.dl »itk t». .■«..« I Ml rul TiBiU of 

SoonoB on the Mississippi! 

OU> C><.UI UU> IkUOrOlaal CkUMUrl I'll I.V mmuo) 



P A. I« T M I B f'ONO. 



THE GREAT Y1V1VX IN HIS COMIC ORIOINALITIKS ! 

Billy Emerson in i.i» ah,,.,,, „r Songs and! Dances 

OVERTURE TO THE GRAND DUCHESS ORCHESTRA 

Tb* ...nlng', perfyrnj.nco to cOLClnde with Offenbicn's Or«ra B >uff.. 

THI GRAND DUCH1SS 

Ttac Grind DacheM Winter Eugenia 

Frits <e yov&g Soldier) 9. 8. Purely 

General Boom {Comatuder-la-ChJef) M. Ainaley Scott 

Prince Paul (in love with the Duchess) BUI; Emerson 

Baron Pack . Johnny DoAngelts | Baron Grog o. H. Foster 

Wands ( |n l0T0 wlln rti,J!l Fob telle 

Ntpon.no {ft beertr of the Bftbr*) J. Robinson 

Lordft and Ladies of the Ccuit. Soldier*, Peasants, cto. 



T1IK MISK ARRA\01.D KXPKF.SSLY FOR THIN TROl'PE IIT UEORftr? T. EVAXS. 

GRAND PERFORMANCE EVERY SUNDAY EVENING. 

Tbe Plauo used 1ft from tho boose of Kohler. Cbftfte k Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Ohlckerlng Piano. 



TheWhiteHouse 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 

1.1 ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR 

Fall Importations, 

WK WILL COMMENCE OH 

Monday Juno 20tn 

TO CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE 8T00K Or 

Summer Dry Goods, 

AT PRICKS 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

Ot IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue 30 Days. 



J. W. Davidson «£ Co. 









Doxtor Xjyford, 

K M H A 1. M I H . 

i 7 lir>»r»r Mrrrt, Rvnmi S and 4. 

■ ■sjsbe.ln.sd and pr«p4U*d for ship-neat to 
I ef the world. Orders from tbe Interior 
- i led to Id tmnon. fe3-Im 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PINE STRET 

FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

the labofjit and 1»k»t stock. of ooob8 ik th« state, at pricks hkftfljio cumi-etiflos 
h-calij awd see: fob. yodkselves.ji 



GO TO BAILEY & WINTERS, 
B18 Wasolnston St. 

If yoa want th. 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Os-da. SI p.r I»o..d. 



['L short, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

□ 87 Commorclnl street, 

RBRTECTrCLLT INFOHMS HIS FRIENDS AND ALL 
in w.ot of Df.lr.ble Clothing for Ibe approaching 
Mr montna that tti.t be b.i now In hla Store ill tbo 

NEW STYLES OF 

oatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

THE 1EST AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

'•work CHEAP FOR CASH, And those who buy on this 

prlnc.plo c»n SAVE MONEY. 

M'L SlIORT o.Mirea All who may favor blra with their 
rd*r. tu.t be will glvo tbom cntlro utinfactioD. And 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

» bM now REDUCED BIS PRICES lo Bait the times. 

USIHESS SUITS FROM ENGLISH TWEED, S25 00 

IRE BEAVER SUITS FROM $40.00 UP 

ARTS TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE SB 00 

live vis «. Call And look at our Good,. 

Our number Is 
SB7. Oommorolal Street. 



PIOHBEK SHOE HAMTACTOKI. 

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ELEO ART CUSTOM WORj£ HI THI OITT. I 
tnott IMwIls BURR, BLAIR A MA YN ABB! 
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SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THK 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF HAORAIIEI.TO, 

Will take place at tho 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET. 

ON WEOXFJ4DAY JULY 18th 

For which occasion some of tho beet Artists 
have volauloerad their [services. 

EXOTJE8ION TIOESTn TO BAOBAMEVTO 
for toe day of I ho Concert, by tho various 
routoa will bn laftoftd to thoao holdmK iickety. 

Kxeursion Tickets may be obtained at nil the 
prominent. Bonk and Music Stores in this ci I y. oral 
OADWALLADBEt, DAVIS .t CO'8, 

4t Fourth Btreet, Siioratntinto. 
*9~ Excnmion Tlokfttft only good for tho lBth 
to KOtli r, f July, inclueive ju23 td 

SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

CotiBTea* Ilnll, 820 Jltn.li atrect. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny Btreota. 

RF.ni/CTIOX OF PBICEI 

Aiiembllea-10 to 12 A. M.. 2 to 5 P. M„ VA to 10 P. M 

AdmlstaloD— Day and Cvenlae S* Centa 

Um» of Skates . .2ft ounta 

j>6tf OH AS. M. VALLEK, Propriotor. 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 



MADAME BLANCE. THE GREATEST ,* # 
Clairvoyant of the age, can be Boen at.')?* 
h»r residence. No. »Ofl FuliHOMSTRH.Br. i% 
between Fifth and Sixth, where eho can bo con- 
sulted on all business affair g, love and niurriiino ; 
also, hat chnrme lor love, luck, aubapplness in 
fAitiili^". and brinira together the eeparjied. Fee, 
91 and apward^ JyS 1m 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. 80HWOHRER, PRO* 
feasor of Great Mysteries, corner, 
of Washington and Stockton, over^ 
the frn.it store. Diagnosis and cures 
sickness after recovery is impossible.. 1 
Prof. S. has valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for love, good luck. Also, see 
four intended. Fee, Fifty Cents and up. Hours, 
rem 11 a. m. to 4 P. M., and 1 to 9 P. m. jo.21 lm" 




IG0LD8TKLN" A SON. — THE ABOVE OC- 
s partnership Is this day di-solved, NOT by 
mutual oonssnt, as no oonsultatloo was held, and 
In proof of which my name is not affiled to the 
published notloe of dissolution. The basinets 
Will be continued by the underpinned, at tun same 
stand, where be hopss for a continuation of favors, 
•to. All parties Indebted to the said tirm are no- 
tified to p*y none but the undersigned, and no 
leant reprasaoiiog said firm, aa they will bo re- 
apoQtlbte for the same. 

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SQUARZ A'S P UNCHES. 

PUNGnn, for Oentlemott.- H« Nog« (a new Pnnoh) 
Morning Comfort, Ladioa' Pleaanre, Anti-Dyspeptlo, Lsvdioa 
Tears, Anti- Divoroe, Welcome, Cognao, Arntok, Gin, Whiskey 
Ooooa, Coffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Plaoo, Appetiser 
Bonian Nectar. Aurora). Farewell. Jamaica Rum. Klrsonwaeear 
"OOBDULI, for Ladlee. — Auadtea* Favorito, Ladle* 
Pleasure, Ladles' Tears, Strawberry, Blackberry, Mint, Aslsft 
Ho —. Khnm el. Ooooa, Poueae Oafe, Pino Apple, Kiraoh 

BI'ITJUKS.— Hygienic, Oholere, Aatfdotft AtnTUfltnro.Sile 
nor. ae4 all other Bitters 1b desuud. 



A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

mHE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VI8ITOB8 
■*• to Sao Francisco is that there Is no "comfort." Food 
is cheap enough ; Clothing has come down In prlco ; bat 
Lodgings— that ip, comfortable Lodgings— are scarce and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for men of lim- 
ited means have long been a dosiderutain in Sun Francisco, 
but a man Is now In the Hold who supplies tin'*, ant and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewkix has long 
been known as tho proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Simsomo streets, and he has now 
made the Branch Home, 424 Sangome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of i's accommodations. Here are cno 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring bedd and hair mattresses. 
There is a Reading room with files of city and State papers, 
ai.d chess and checker- boards for the aniustment of guests. 
The Branch House is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two bouses, 

The C so and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewoll has hit upon the plan of choos- 
ing by chance ona of his lodgers every month and present- 
ing hfm with $100. Of course this, with the other induce- 
ments offered, caused these house* to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in ft 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell fluds is an infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing gifts by chance, and 
being a law-abiding rain ho has determined to discontinue 
It. Having, however, ect apart $100 for tbe month of June 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, he does not mean to 
reclaim it, but will give that amount to some one of the 
public charities of Sao Francisco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by tbe blind goddess For(une) will be 
given to tbe Ladies' Protection and Relief Society of San 
Francisco— a society which will certainly make good use of 
it. Thus everyone who patronizes the Branch or Ooeo 
House can, while be Is resting snugly tucked up in his com. 
lortable bed, enjoy the pleating reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, be has also in some measure 
assisted in providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 



BRANCH HOUSES 

424 Saiiaome street, 

BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND CLAT. 

GOJ90 HOUSE, 

411 Sauaoxne street, 

SOUTHWEST. OORSEB OT COMMEROIALJ.STEErT 



pobttated «wrr a»> ■ 5xmv« »aa*»r. o» 
T. y. B O Ca> -A- H I> "CT s 

— AT— 

2 nfercaant rt. aad 635 WaAhlng'.on rt. 

Below Mor momur Block. 
MOXUAY - ^CLY17. 1871 



*lo.»o will b. much obllgod it tht.tricl 
BUUgtrs to .11 P««« «( ">« L'""" 1 EUt«.p» 
llraUrlr to Ollforau. wUl «ni to ibis office 
.rogruniBM of tttlrperfc-nuuicM. Briaf tet- 
(u. born ns.mt.r8 of lb. Ibabial prolrtalor. 

Will •!■<> B« MCepl»ble. FlOiBOKlU BUHod 

irae of cbireo to »11 itrtttag "• 

rros-aramc fur Miixulr.-. Oprrn II. iu-v. 
Metropolitan Th.atrr. UUlonilu Th.a- 
tr*, A'huujbra Theatr.. Bella Vnlon 
Theatre, Theatre (omlque, and all pla- 
ce* of oniokcment In Nan Franct»co. 

AHUSKMENTS. Etc. 

Metropolitan Tbeatre. 

JoeMarphyaod "IMp" thronged thU theatre 
r»»J» night of lbs past *aak. While Jew Murphy. 

•r coarse, was ths greet a' tray ioo.maea crtditii 
da* %o J. H. Vinson for lb» aJmirsb!e manner in 
which tb» piece we« pat no the tuw aod pro- 
daeed. To-night Hits Kate Newton, from the 
Tifth Avenue Taeatrs, New York, will wisto her 
Im.p^iiuce in California and play Esther in 
Bob*rt»:>c'e citnedx of "Ca*te." The pUj will b* 
produced in excellent style under Ine aui?t- 
•sent «f Mr. Vinson, and wit a a strong cut: lira. 
F. M. Bates as Polly Kcclea, Joe MorpbyeaOld 
Eeelsa. end Sallis Hi cklej, J. U. Haidio, Hut; 
Oonrtaine and other, in appropriate parts. On 
this ecemion. alie. Caarley Backus, of the Ban 
Franeiseo Minstrel*, end e greet faTorite ia this 
#jty. will make nia appearance and give bla won- 
derfnl imitation* cf Keen. Forrest. Jeffer-on, Eii- 
tori end o'.beie. This rich entertainment will con- 
si ade wite> "Molly Bawn," Joe Mnrpay end Mrs. 
Joe 11 or? by taking the leading parte. 

Magalre'e Opera Honje. 

Tbere ie bat one opinion about Lee Silly— ^he le 
perfect]; charming. Her f jcs i* full of expression 
aid she ie sneb a perfect pantomimlat that erery 
■ee tore •peaks. FieachOp'ra in London is em- 
phatically the entertainment of t'Se hiftber classes : 
itwa* so in New Yc-k. and the elite of San Fran- 
tieeeby crowding Magnire'e Opera House hare 
followed sou. "Baibe Bleue" is fo/1 of deliclocs 
Melody, aud Lea StUy, F«lix Girrebsuk, Jults Al- 
exis. M Adrien. M. Xoe. M. Bonnet. M. RclWn- 
eoart. Mile Nathalie, M'lU Vandel«t. and M'tls 
Maria all play their parte well "Barbe Bleue" 
will te presented to-night and to-morrow night for 
the laet time. On Wednesday night the favorite 
epera of "LaGrandetDuoh.sse" will be prodaced in 
a style heretofore unattempted in San Francisco. 

California. Theatre. 

To-night J. W. Robertson's comedy of " Silver 
Linirg"wi!lbe prawnted. with Mies Alice Dno- 
■icg Lingard as Helen. Mrs. Sophie Edwia as Mrs. 
r»orriogton.Miss Dicky Lingard as Dorah, Mrs. C. 
B. Saunders as Mrs. Maltravers. Jamea Carden u 
Arthur Meriv-I. J.T. Raymond ae Frank, and W. 
A. Mesuyer as Major Eversley. The eTeaicg's 
entertainment will conclude with William Horace 
Liagard'a new Io:*l ekrtobes and pictures of oele- 
hraled persons. On Weduesdsy efening the very 
popular pliy ef Fron-Frou" will be produced, in 
which Miss Alice Dunning wjll be supported by 
John McCollongb. Henry Edwards. Hiss May 
Howard, and the entire strength of the California 
1 heatre c&mpany. 

Almambra Theatre. 

A great bill bsa been prepared for this week at 
the Albambra Theatre. After au excellent first 
part parfornuace. concluding with the eror-pepi.- 
lar "'Seems on the Mississippi," with Billy Emer- 
son in the character of Old Uncle Ben. Vivian 
will appear ia a new programme of comic original- 
ities, aad Billy Emsrsoo will present tome of bis 
best pictures front his album of charac:ers. The 
•Tenlsg's entertainment "ill conclude »u: Offen- 
bach's opera of 'The Grand Ducfcesa." with the 
origins! music, a-d the libretto translated and 
adapted. In this Offenbach's fan will bs presented 
in a language all can undsrstand. and toe charac- 
ters are made more emuMOg than ever: Bill/ Em- 
arson assumes that of Prince Paul. DeAngel.s bis 
original role of Baron Pack, M. Ainsley Seott that 
•f OssHWl Boas, Fost.H*. Wande, G. H. Foster 
Baron Grog, and J. Robinson Njpamuc. Tse 
Greed Dacbftsi wiilbe played, of conrs?. by Mas- 
ter Eageaia, who has made a anceessio burletoue 
Opera selections daring i*e put two or three 
weeks, tad Fritz will bs well represented by F. S. 
Portly. The maiic has txen arranged by George 
T. Evans, and the opsra produced in this popular 
atyle cannot fail to be a 



The I'j.khowD. 

Mr. William Fromm, who baa excited eo mach 
cario*ily in this city, by dressing with better 
taste than is fctenerally potic-std by those who in 
San Francisco can a flu rd to boy "good clothes." 
aad i Iso wearing a bead of hair! which baa made 
him the envy of all the ladies, w.ll on Tuesday 
a'teit-ocn hold a levee at Pacific H-ll and gratify 
p«ople'scuriosityutowbo be is. On Saturday he 

ill deliver a lactate. 

Freorlt Picnic. 

TheFreceh Benevgleal Society of this city had 
„ grand ricne at Saaeelito yesterday, which 
wee attended by from twelve to fifteen hundred 
paeple. incluaiog the Lafayette Guard in uai'orm. 
The affair pas-ed off in an nnintetuptediy qalet 
manner and was much ecjojed. 

Will Airlve. 

The Agatha Sutes Italian Opera Troupe, wi t 
arrive by the overland train to-day. 

Old a* the Bills. 

Fptctacles, according to Odco a Week, are 
no. auoh a recent Invention as might be 
thonght. Although they did not come into 
use U Earope until about the yiar 1300. 
thfv are, it is stated, of unfathomable anti- 
quity in Chi-a, being made, it ie true, not 
of glass, but of rook crystal. We may men- 
tion i« this ooaneotion Hut C. Sluller's spec- 
tacles, for which he kas acquired snob a rep- 
ntsuos, are also made of crystal— Brazilian 
pobble— ins toad cf glau. 

St rat ear. 

"What are you about, my dear ?" said bis 
grandmother to a little boy who was idling 
about the room, and casting furtive glances 
at a gentleman who was p tying a visit. "I 
am trying to steal papa's hat out of the 
room without letting the gentlemen fee it, 
for papa wan s him to think he's out. ! ' 

Errotam. 

In Thompson's Gazetteer is tbef^I'.owicg 
erratum: "For Dutchman readDr. Adams." 
ThU is almost equal to the well-known cor- 
rection, "For dmn squizzle read perma- 
nent," or tbe amusing erratum in a Hart- 
ford paper, "For Alum Water read Alma 
Slater." 



Bella 17 n Inn Theatre. 

Tbeattrictions at this place of amusement for 
the million axe to numerom that we mast refer 
eer readers to tbe programme on our first page for 
anarticcUr enumeration of tbem. M>ss Ella Wes- 
aer delights everyone, aod all acknowledge her aa 
a gsnaine artist in her very attractive line. Aline 
Le Favre received a hearty welcome back to 
the boards •( the Bella I'c.or. last eight on mak- 
ing her appearance io Jaa. Dswling'sadaptavioa of 
'The Damb Boy." which is "The I'rineh Spy' 1 
with all tbe eaperSnous dialogue cut oat and son- e 
pleasing scenes introduced. Mise Le revre dis- 
played great talent aa a pentomimitt, ard the 
pieee was a thorough sueceu. The same bill will 
be repeated un.il farther notice. 



Theatre Comlqne. 

Track Jones made bis first appearance at this 
house last eight, asd at once established hisuelf 
aaatavonta with the audience. Hie Lively Moke 
drew great appUaee. and he was cqaally good in 
the song and dance of Joaepsns Oraage Blossom. 
Tb» Living Stat mss by Mas, Lopes sad berpapils 
pre beautifully represented; E. M. Hall and his 
hasjo keep tbe audience continue ly amused, and 
she afterpiece of "Stop Your Dancing" is fall of 
fan. To-nisht the favorite dinsease Mias Ecse 
Tinoent will make her firat appearance. 



Howard Street Skatlnc; Rink. 

This rink will be open on Sundays hereafter. 
Afternoon aol morning levees every day. The 
BMW floor is perfection itself in its way. New 
heginnsre will receive particular attention. How- 
ard street, op osite New Montgomery, between 
Second and Third streets. 



. natomicil Museum. 

TaeFloreatino Venus is t jo admiration of all 
■awonprl ~-;d is one of ihs fliest works of art in 
Sas Fr -co. Ine Dying Zmare is an esquisite 
pesee oi mechanism: tbe De Coailila Gorilla as- 
fcooiahes thebebolder.and thsaaanda of curiosities 
aeo numeroas to mention, are on exhibition day 
aad evening. 

The Car rolls, 

Diek C:. rll and bis three little Eons had a ben- 
eat at the Athenasum. Hamilton. White Pine on 
the Htb , and took in $+)>. 



Ayeung candidate for tbe le^a! profession 
was asked what be should do first when em- 
ployed te bring an action. Ask for money 
*n account was the reply. He piesed. 



The yoncg ladies of New Haven are learn- 
ing to play the violin. The idea of having 
four strings to their bow is fassinating. 



Dinner time proveB how empty the 
werld is. 



41 at j9s Jones, 

Where aie yon goLng *" "I'm ajoing to bny a 
pair of French Kid Boots." "Where?" "Why, 
Mr. Btowp, what a question. Why, where 
every bedy gets theirs, at t. X, East's Fashion- 
ablo Shoe Store, Xoa. 333 a nd 324 Bush street, 
opposite the Alhaiabra Theatre. * 



William Horace L-lngrard. 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste Impersonates is wonderful. The Call, 
fornia Theatre is crowded, and between the 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where lha red light marks the Figaro Saloon, 
whpro they find whisky good enough for "a 
Major In the Nin^h"— a good thing to taks be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff House," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," 'par excellence," the 
beet to be obtained anywhere. Hermann is al60 
also famed for his "bitttr beer," which is just 
the thing for ''the upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figar.i Saloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the California Theatre. • 



Ttae Place. 

The Saddle Boca, 110 Pine street, a few doors 
above Montgomery, is the place supplied with 
evrjy luxury and cemfort with best of atten- 
dants, and with the largest and fattest oysters. 
It is not strange it should do the largest oys- 
ter business in the city. Emerson Corville's 
oysters are gathered fresh every day — Eas- 
tern and California transplanted ones, rrom 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno; the first 
oyster beds in the State. Try them. • 



The .Rustic Window Shade 
Is superior to any in market for cheapness, 
finirh and durability, manufactured by Holle- 
han & Burbridge, 617 Mission, near comer cf 
Sew Montgomery street. • 



The t£oiv<s Sewing Iklaclilne 

And Butterlck's Patten, Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



Tlie Best Is tlie Cheapest. 

J. W. Tucker k Co. have the finest assortment 
of Jewelry, diamonds, watches, watch-chains, 
onyx sets, lockets, opera chains, of tbe finest 
make, and medallions, of all kinds, ever of- 
fered for sale in this city, and their prices are 
low. e 



Car and Steamer Newt Agency. 

A. Eronberg, tbe news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of tbe C. 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 San Francisco prices. • 



Good Motto. 

Buy for cash ; sell for cash ; small profits ; 
no.bad debts. Adopted by J. A, Shabkk & Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— tho beet place in 
town to buy farniture and bedding. x 



Oulltn Perrault, M. I>., 

Physician and Surgeon, memoer of the Med- 
ical Fa.-ulty of Paris, etc. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten ye»rs past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest scieatinc meth- 
ods. Office 502 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Booms 
9.10 and 11. Consultations In English, French, 
German and Spanish. • 

Well EstabUshed. 

A thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, is never allowed to fall Into 
disuse ; every year the sale of Casein's XXX 
Wild Grape Bitters Increases, and thousands 
can bear testimony to their merit, * 



PASSING. 

The sun-motes glint across the eaves. 
The light dust flickers on the leaves ; 
Calm la the sea, tbe heaven blue. 
The roses blush tho trellis through. 

The barley beards grow full and white, 

Day lingers into hours of night ; 
The babbling brook is low and still, 
And scarce can feed the toiling mill. 

The tununer glow is In the air, 
The haj -fields yield an incanseraro: 
On the green earth, lu sky above, 
A halo gleams of life and love. 

O happy days, O summer time, 
O dreaming youth, ia golden jrime ; 
All that is bright, and pure, and sweet. 
Shines when you twain together meet '. 

Tie so, and so 'twill ever be. 

Youth plucks the blossom from the tree; 

That which it sows, lorg years give root. 

But only few may taste the (out. 

And wo who passed long since our prime, 

And bear the wrinkled stamp of time, 

Look on and smile, look on and sigh, 

Look in your breast and reason why. 

Envy. 

Envy is a displeasure for some supposed 
advantage in another. The object of this 
passion is something more desirable, and 
although excellency, precisely considered, 
cannot occasion dislike, yet excellency, 
misplaced, may. The envious believeB him- 
self eclipsed by the lustre of his neighbor ; 
that which ti good in itself becomes an evil 
to him, and makes him wish it either re- 
moved or extinguished. Envy, like a 
cold poison, benumba and stupefies ; and 
thus, as if conscious of its own impotence, 
it folds its arms in despair, and sils cursing 
in a corner. When it conquers, it iB com- 
commonty in tha dark, by treachery and 
undermining, by calamny and detraction. 
Envy is no less foolish than detestable ; it 
is a vice which they say keeps no holiday, 
but is always working upop its own difiquiet. 

Campaign Paper- 
There is a rumor afloat that a Eepublican 
campaign paper is to be started in this city 
on Monday next. It ia to come out in the 
afternoon, and is to ba of aboat the size of 
Figabo. The name of J. F. Bjwman is 
mentioned in connection with the new en- 
terprise as tho principal writer. 

Sawdust pills, says an old physician, 
would effectually cure many of the diseases 
with which man is afflicted, if every man 
would make his own sawdust. 



A Toledo druggist had his name taken off 
a petition for a street improvement when 
he learned that such would improve the 
health of the neighborhood. 



Two nephews of Vallandigham are prin- 
ters. 



X Popular Deslaenuuin. 

Sm Francisco as its population increases is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are springing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wisast & Co. have just 
opened at >"o. 337 Bush 6!reet, two doors below 
Kearny, between the California and the A l ham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific Oysteb Saloon, where 
can be found (; filers of every kind, coo£ed to 
order in every imaginable atyle. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, rn beautifully furnished rooms for ladies 
and famiiief, and altogether it bids fair to be 
the most popular Institution in the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. WiNAST, who has 
been a wholesale ojgter dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of Ms partner, Chaelet Haaex. 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cific Otsteb Saloos will be conducted in every 
respect in a most unexcep ionable manner. * 



F. Kosmalskl. 

Dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 609 
Mission street. • 



What Cheer Ajaixxiclry 

Employs no Chinamen, and Bhould be pat- 
r an! zed by everybody. 



The Ellsclr of youth, 

For which the sages and philosophers of old 
sesr:bed In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it in one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson Corville k Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 110 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too xate, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain glcrious forever. ♦ 



What Cheer- Laundry 
la the best laundry in San Francisco 



Contortion Mirrors 
. Are all tbe rage In the saloons in the East 
at present. It is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how redlcnlous his 
reflection looks in them- There is sure to be a 
Uugh, and then everybody will smile. Buck- 
man of the Capital saloon, opposite tbe Buss 
Honse has five cf tbem, tbe only ones on tbe 
coast, and the transmogrifications tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque. Ev- 
ery one should see them. "• 



Wfwshlnar Returned In One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. • 

Oysters and Chowder, 

Try Joe Gmsti'a delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 CaWornia Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladies' saloon at 
t&ched. Open day and night, • 



I>o You Know 

Tbat With BCTTERICE'B PATTKBJ.-B yOU Can CUt 

and make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of tbe Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Sorter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 



Silver Plating. 

Articles from which the silver has been worn 
ore received for re- plating by Haynes at Lawton, 
Market street, under the Grand Hotel. • 



Squarza'si 

Vrequent attempts have been made to imitate 
Squarza's famous hqveurt, but the secret of bis 
ingredients and method of mixture has never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar- 
es 'a Punches and the imitations is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and flavor for 
years, while the latter spoil if not immediately 
used. The Egg-noe Punch, If kept from one 
ChristmaB to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as it frefbly made. It is an arti- 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. The 
Morning comfort. Appetizer and AntMryspeptie 
Pouches are excellent at all ettsons, 

A. pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhsmbrs, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let thero. 
The building is a very fine one and n> wcl 
lighted and ventilated. 



PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. »»T KEABXT STBEET, 
ADJOnsTSG TEE WEED SEWXX3 MaCHIKE STOnE 



C-s E>*TLEME>"S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
■ and fits traarantetd. No GeEtleman looks 
well nith an iM-fitltna *hirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
tbe back and avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation for making 

FEBFBCT-FITTInTG SHIRTS 



NO ERORE ROUHD-SHQULDEBtO RE 

p 



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All our Sbirta bear this Trade Mark, ar.d none 
are pecuiue withont it. We import our own coods, 
mannffctore our own goods, and sell none bat our 
own goods. 

Tbe low rates at which we execute orders have 
secured tbe p-tronaee of all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Ccffs. 



SB. POPPER, 

327 K^AKSnr STREET, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sewiog Machine Agencj. 
jnSatf 




OAKLAND _ FERRY--0PP0SITI0H ! 

RMlP£mNG CF TH! OLD AND FAVCRITt 
CREEK ROUTE. 

THE SWIFT AND STAUNCH r wcS^lS 
Steamer CHIN DV «■ a m *"" rs^jtt'w =im 
ing elegant accommcdiuinns, baa been placed per- 
manently on the Oreele Route between San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, Jnne 21Lh, leaving Broadway Wharf, Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 

San Francisoe. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

900a.m. 7 00 a. m. 6a.m. 

11 00 a. m. 10 1.11 a . M. 

1 W> P. M. 1-2 00 m. 

4 SO F. M. 2 00 F. M. 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, which 
conrey paseeDgera to ths University Grounds. 

Tbe 'raveling public can rely on tbe CHIN DU 

WAN crossing without interruption at tbe lowest 

stages of tide. Face Ten Cents. Freight at lowest 

ratfs. Good accommodations for teams 

juMlm J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 



OGEAM HOUSE 



rr«HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED 

J- tbe Oceiau House and Track for a term of 
j ears, and having engaged 

FIRST-CLASS COOES, STEWARDS LSV 
EAEKEEPEBS, 

It now ready to attend to the wants of all his old 
friends who may favor him with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make his guests comfort- 
able and bappy. 

Bfe* - Special attention will bs given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

GEO. IV. BICKIY, 

ap29tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IS LOCATED AT.... 

«5T Washington street, next. Door to 

the Hull of Record*. 

, MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

at the last Mechanic's Fair, for the best dis- 
play of Hate, both in style and quality. Cus- 
tomers will please remember that the di- 
ploma is placed in the window so tbey cannot be 
deceived as to tbe place where to purchase the 
BEST HATS at tho CHEAPEST RATES. It 
the first Hat Store below Kearny street. fol6-tf 



SPECTAGLES BY SPECIALTY! 



Wn»I.ISiLj: AXU BETUI,. 

SO Years' Experience 
C IUE TT~xL 3Li EH , 

OPTICIAK, 
805 Montgomery Street, Bus, Block, 

jo23tf Sin Francisco. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPAEREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL rLK(TBI(IA_\, 

Proprietor of DR. BOURNE'S well-known 

BATHS AND MAGNETIC BATTERY, 

I f\ MASONIC TEMPLE, POST STRF.ET, 
A*-' near Montgomery and Mcrket, San Francisco, 
for the onre of COLDS. RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON. NEURALGIA, and other Nervous Com- 

filaints. eto. As a bath for the b-altby. perfectly 
uiu iant, and. to putify tbe blood, uneonalled. 
•y The LADIES' HEPARTMEN1 is under ths 
charge of MRS. McSPARREN. juT lm 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Ffeii, 

It is not in the least noted npos by steel pens. 



nriMovAii. 
J. F. & H. H. SCH AFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS M 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sanaome straetB to their new 
f o ur-e to ry_ war e room s 

N. B.-We wish to impress npon the public that 
we can make it to their advantage to call and-in- 
spect cur stock acd prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

No. SIS PIXE STKF.ET, 

Between Monte mery and Sanaome sta. 
}u9tf 



MITCHELL & CHRYSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court fixchaare. Bear GIty .Hall. 

a** Hot Lnsob daily from U to 2p.it. Passen- 
gers' Stores pot op at ths shortest notice ap25 



The Champion and Pivot-aoJ 
Braces. 

THESE BRACES. IN THEIR PFCUU. 
construction, have all tbe advantages e|9 
panders nnd Shotl er-Eraces combined. 

let.— They do not d n-mrau-e tbe bbm-boEom. 

2d. — They cBDDct t I'p eff the fchouldfts. l 

2d — TUey gi»e no ttraio on tbe brcuet. 

4tb.— Kacb ecctioD of the fasts can bo adjsst 
indeperdently. 

Stb. — By means of the adjustable back-stra| 
gentle end powcr'ul brnce can be obtained. j\ 

6th. — Their ease and convenience commend ta> 
to everyone, and no person after uEing ihea » 
ever u>-e tbe i-ld-f-sbioced FtiKpeciiers a; aie. 

OS-Patented October 10. 1S65. Eewsre of infrii 
ing on tbeee patents. For sale by 

C. H. BURR, 
Sole Agent for tho Pacific Coast. eU 8 Marl 

street, below Stool ton, San Francisoo. 

s9~Trade supplied at liberal discount, Jail 



Phvnciase Becociaend 
Ana ever 500-000 P£05ie endoris 

D Rn HENLEY' 



CELKEHATED 




BITTERS 



THE INVENTOR OF THIS REALLY WOO 
derful TONIC, after a series 01 years aflB 
periments, has succeeded in bringing befentt 
public all that can be desired ef a pure Tome a 
Recuperator. . 

Headache, Bilionsnetrs ana Constipation, fsM 
Debili-y ard Loss of Appetite ail are canasA. 
the derangement of the Stomach, Liver and otb 
functionaries of the system. The IXL BiUf 
have bees successfully need and are warranjPsT 
alleviate the suJSerer in all the above cases. 

H. EPSTEIN & CO., 

8aocewors to L. GROSS 4 CO Bole PropriMfr 
of Dr. Henley'B IXL Bitten. 

CIS Front street, San Franclee»> 
1 X.iv SaUeatreeft, Clilcoaro, III. dil 



FAYOMTE YALLEJO ROUT 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAH-ROA 



AND STEAMER CAPIVAXs, 

Summer ArrangemeBl 
SHGRTEST AHD MOsf COMFORTABLE LIU 

Savins; 89 Blllea In Statonce, anil3l»« 
In time to Murysvtlle and £9 
Miles to Sucrumento. 

Running; Palnee Cars, equipped with Ml \ 
Itrr's Safety Platform and Couplers. I 

Two Express Trains daily (except Sunday) sas 1 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Fast 
press. On Sunday, one Express each way. 

STEAJkiER "CAPITAL" 
Leaves Front street Wharf. San Francisco, at Bi* 
connecting at Vallejo with ca'sof CaliforniaFaOi 
Railroad, b» which pas?engerp arrive at Sacramtot 
at 12:15 P. u... Marys ville at 2:15 P. M.. and Oalistw 
at 12:4-5 p. m.; also leaves San rraDCi6Coat4P.il 
by which passengers reach Sacramento at S:U 
m„ Mary5viile at 9:30 p. m., and Calistogaat <: 

GOING SOUTH I 

Morning Express Trains leaves MaryBvillsat Ds 
A. M., Sacramento at 7:3 'a. tr.. and Calistoga * 
7:50 a. 1L, trr-ricg at San Francisco at 11:J0a. K- 

Af '.ernoou Express Train leaves Maryevills a* 1 ) 
M., Sacramento at 3:30 p. M., and Calistogaat*:' 
P. 1L, arriving at San Francisco at 7:30 P. U. 
NrXMA-T TRAINS AKD BOAT. 

Sunday Express Troin leaves Maryaville at I* J 
A. SL, Sacramento 2:30 P. at., and Callatogawll' 
Si., arriving at San Francisco at fi •** p. at. 

Steamer CAPITAL, on Sundays, sssfl . 
San Francisoo at 8:30 a. m ; paest-ngers arnrint I 
Vallejo at 10;1S a. m., Sticmmento at 1:45 P. *i< 
Maryevilleat 5 P.M., and Calistogaat 12:*9 r » 
Retnrninp, leavea VaMt-jo on arrival of trains fre 
Calletogaand Marysvillc at 5 P. 31., arriringatBa 
Francisco at 6:45 P. M. 

Procure tickets at 3015 Montgomery streetor«| 
board tbe Steamer CAPITAL. Bnjrgage calktf ■ 
and checked from restdenefs, hotels, etc., bj tt 

b\ F. Bairgacp Eipr£S8 Oonjpany. „.„» 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTISOn. 

Gen'l Freicht and Pass. Ag't. Superintaojm 

Vallejo. May 6th, 1671. _i ; 'I 



Dss Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fhii 



Calaveras Big Trees 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUT! 

TO THE WORLD-EEKOWHED 

CALAVERAS GROVE 

VIA WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD V 
Mokelmnue Station. Peek & Ob's Stage Lin 
Ooncord Coaches from Mokelnmns Station tOlM 
Trees, leaving San Franciec^at S .^- M. evsryoM 
stoppinc over night at Mok*lumne Hill, and arni 
ing at Big Trees at 12 m. next day. RetartttW 
leave B ; g Trees at 2 p. M., stopping over n'A Bt ■ 
Mokelumne Hill, leaving next morning ats» '' 
arriving at Mokelomne S^aiion next-day ioalart I 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains SaatiD 
Wear, arriving at t=an Francinco at 5 P. at., malan 
the round trip in 2 days and 10 hours. 

FAKE: 
Mokelnmne Station to Big Trees... S ' i 
Ronnd Trip J 

KV-For farther particulars, apply to 

P. H. KEA>, Agent, 
1 U371B1 No. eaJB Clay street, Sas 



ireat, 

Eranosst* M 

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A. CO LOST! || 

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LICE DUIYIYIIYG 



Miss Kate Newton 

tw m « " i /.. -.o . . . ... a, a tiiiii 

RM IT in aaaii M Uat 'f t ' ' •» ,' •«» •* 

CHARLEY BACKUS 



ID. Llugnrrt 



TV» '1M*I ltt».' ,f IW if 



TRANK JOWES. THI LIVELY MOKE 

»»<« V.nconl. in* Popular Dtniruu' 

Immonso luccon of E. M. Hall 

phell 

THIS EVLNINO 



HISS ELLA WESNIB 



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JULY IMI 

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JOE MURPHY, 

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ILLI..M HORACE LIN(.ARI) 



110 LOCiL LIFE-LIKE IIPERSOMTIOIIS. 
posmvri.T i.i»T two xioim 

BAT taj THUBSDAT- 

hou-phou, 

l will to proaaoni with • 

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AL— D,5a Bo.ci -Aa'l i lut Saasatioaal Drtmk 
aatillad 

LPIE; or. THE CHERRY TREE IXN 



Hill uti nrwro.i 

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AfHaHAlll.ll.n.-tl-T 

JOS. Ml BPIIT 

...J. n n«t.ii» 

J II VIDAOO 

OammUB mi H H. Ooartaloa 

Dliaa Mr. Graham 

A-i II linir Ihair al Auaialr. 

A.I ll-l^oal.a*- la MayHald. 

Ail lll-Th- l.litlo Mam* .Vanln. 



CHARLEY BACKUS 

Will appear In bit 

Wonderful Imitations or Celebrities! 

aOCBUCIXO 

r.d*Ttn rnrrtK, ("haa. K>ftn, .1. B. Bonttt. FccMer. 

JeirrMi. \t<-t nilonali. KUtorl, Hichaeh, 

Mscftle MHchrll. Kntr Bslvmnn. 

To eoiclade with Jm Murphy's open bouffo, 

MOLLY BAWN 

MOTHER BAWN JOE MURPHY 

M 11 j llawn Uiss Jennie Mandeville 

BARNEY DONOVAN JOE MDTPHT 

If ©rty, the Ganger ."Mr. Nob Bst 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON— 

LAST BRAND COMBINATION MATINEF. 



•r*-Box Office open from 19 A. U. to 4 p. u . when RESERVED 
Beats may be secured WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. 





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Www wl 1 A-^».l w» IwW DwawW Rwf. 

Rt-ENOAOr.Mr.KT or JOHN MANNING 

The 1 Tcr-PopuUr Reynold! Brothem 

THIS EVENING JULT lHih 

•aa*. M Katlr I A I , B. O Mana I ffcaa*. »H> H-iaalaa 

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MME. LOPEZ AND HEH FOUR PUPILS 

8arah Jane, Take the Cas 

. Jaaaaj T..ta | 1't.l.w, J. I. w.llita 

• War.l cj.l M.a rraakJaaaa 



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Tlio Xjii-voly Molco ! 

PRANK JONES. 



Cwajftlw ■•■■ 



Funnr WrhMrr 



E. M. HALL and his BANJO 

'•"HI •"-•1 Rrnirr .John f'nrn,>rwl1 

Ki.llml ,, Annie I.nmiir 

Diltrh *>,,. rl ,ll| r . S*6 Wur.l 

.ln«-phiiA <lriingf I idmqm Vrimt. Jon«t 

Ballnd Fanny llom« 



COCOANUT DANCE 1 

iffrd yfTJLi-L^'u, • ■ -a, "l!*""^^"-- • - - - - '^ ■■ ■ ■• -: r - C; 1 " pj»*]i 
BANJO T3TJEX. 

R : * : Jl/A i L :J ^.^^^ : *^^ WALLACE 

Tlic XjI-^-Ixxst Statues 

MMR. LOPEZ AND HfiR PUPILfl. 



Sontx and Uuucr Clnra Stnrr 

"ong MIm Bluncbe 

Poitarltif Act T. Rom nnd Xcd AViiid 

Comic Song* I.l.-.rlr llnrmou 

,Uno 0"Hoolth*n Joh« 0*<r.oh»l. 

Jim Ka.irJK.irj* Tornmr Ro»» | I,i»inc»toii Dup1>r..lSed Ward 

To oonoludn with th» L»ogb»ble Sketch entitlod 

STOP YOUR DANCING I 



Ad ml '-Hon Tweat y-fl t«> Cent* 

Doors ooea at T. PerformAaoe to ootnrusjco at $'.,, 





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DoobU Soac «•! D.ncn. 

"The T-\v*» C-«'iih D'Armon." 

RMirgv Swd CkinrlcB Krvnolrf*. 



Rnllnd Minnie C'orbjm 



THE TWO POLITICAL 

8. O. IHrd MfttK.l.rlCobbt... 



SPEAKERS ! 

IUitt Thompioo 



.Fanny GamMvfm 



Miss Ella Wesner 

IN HKR POPULAR BONOS AND CHANGES. 



QTtrta r* Orchtitm 

Fi.ru > .?1k MIm Jowephlno 

Dnet-Oood Nijtbt... Minnie «'«iri»yn nnd Hlitur 

Mong and Dnnce llliinrhp Solly 

it iiin.i Mn«c1e Brewer 



Bill Jonos's Ooixsln X 

BUI Jodm'i Con»in,»Fi(lbl-»r Goo. R#rnr.td« 

Mu.ic.Aii Tommy Bros | In trader Cbarloy Ktinolda 

Concluding, for t he flr»l time, with Ju. DowliDf'l *d»pUtton 
from the French Spy, ootitled 

THE DUMB BOY! 

FRENCH. 

Henri d« Chnrlomier, the Damb Bar; ALINE LE FAVR.E 

Arffth, an Arab l **" 

Ool. Lallenr Mat Kelly I Serjj't Malcouor... .R. G. Muih 

Qu»rt©rniaster..H. Thompson I Roaette ....Minnie Fillmor* 

ARABS. 

El R&dor, tbe Bey of Constantine R- H. Taylor 

Haley Alibeg Mohammed MuBtlfami Johnn* Mtvanins 

r.rand Vicier.a renegada Dutchman. Joanoy wanning 

GumboGam Geo. Reynolds j Arab Officer Tommy Brae 

All the Ladies as French Soldier*, with military evolutions. 
Beni.an Arab.. .Geo. Reynolds I Yirza.an Arab.. Chas Reynolds 
Ibrahim R. G. Marsh | Arabs By AoxiUax.M 



nreka Range 

The best Coo king Appa- 
■ now i n t he market. 
Quick a nd e ven Baker, 
onomica l In Fuel, and 
ndsome in Design. It 
es univ ersa l satisfac- 

>n. Try it. 

FOB SALS BT 

DCKE A. MONTAGUE, 

• 1 112 a*id tl A Il.tliTj- nlr«(. [\l 



FERGUSON'S 

Hair-Cutting 
HE»0QU*RTERS, 

30G Montgomery it., 

OFrOATTl BOM BOUAX 



IR8. E. MORRIS, 

SHIRT MAKER, 
' tiST PREMIUM RECEIVED, 

■BOTci to Na. SAM Kearmv aCrftet. 

Boom Na. 9, Saoond Floor. 



D. HICKS & CO., 
tOOK- BINDERS 

Ml BUM-BOOK MAIIUFACTURtRS, 
To. S43 Olfty Street, 

■AM rBAMOUOO, 

AAA* S» 3 .Ircet. - aerajacato. 4o8-U 



. rultaw'i Chninl Writing Fluid. 

IidoM not corrode or clog the pen. 



Mm LODGING HOUSE. 

.Y FUBNIBOXD BOOMS, BIK- 
aorlattttta, 

I UaiM aad Tomttlmtea. 

autolAL Lodaioa Willi 

ZLbambka boIldusu. 
HUM 



DINNER, 

DESSERT, BREAKFAST, 

....AKD.... 

T 3E3 Ji. 
SETS. 8ET8. 

PEAEL WHITE, 

Elecant Sbnpea, 173 Flecea SSS OO 

FRENCH CHINA, 

1SS Plena .....S15 OO 

CUT GLASS SET, 

AA Piece. 800 OO 

IVORY-HANDLED 

CUTLERY SET, 

S7 Flecea SIS OO 

Silverplated Service, 



1 B«it Castor \ 

1 dor.en each lea and ' 

ins f 

im Forks ) 



or.en each lea and !.. ■».,,,»„ tan* ica 

Tablo Spoons f ** Piece*.... »S1 CO 

1 dozen Medium Forks ) 

THE COMPLETE OUTFIT, 

j With Pearl White SOO OO 

'With French China SllO OO 

GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and 
packed or delivered FREE OF OHARGE. 

HAVILAND, HOOPER & CO 

335 Pin* Street, 

iulitt SAH FBAKCISOO. 




THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTORHBT AT UA.'W", 
(Avocat rranoaln.) 



ROOM (10. ». N08. Tl« AKD TIS 
toAa«r>aAnat,autalda(aTarrrAaa'i 
' botwaaa WMUattam aaa /Aakaoar <a. 



Horr- 

Baloon), 



Armory Skating Rink, 

Howard street, near Second, 

THE MANA- 

gers take pleasure 
in annoanoing 
that after baring 
a iargs force of 
oarpenters at 
work, their 

New Floor 

f is completed : and 
also that tbe Rink 
will be 
STJrjPAYBe 

VIZI.VA .V AMES. 




OX^ZSaNT 



Hard Times-Save Your Money 

THE PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE, 

CORNFR OF COMMERCIAL AND LEIDES- 
dorff streets, baving been thoroughly reno- 
vated, and a new bitting room added in front, ie 
now ready to reosive LnrTgera by the day, week, or 
month, at the LOW PRICK of «•>, STW and 
ftOc. BY THE NIGHT, and BY THK WEEK, 
SI SO to »2 and S8 u*ft-lor Hi □ clo Rooms. All 
tbe rooms are forniched with FRENCH SPRING 
BEDS. Ihe House aud Beds are kept thoroughly 
clean and free from ruoequitos. 

BfS- HOUSE OPKN ALL NIGHT. Persons Ht- 
ing in or visiting tbe oity will rind this one of the 
BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGING HOUSES 
IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

KALSTON «fc COTTKELL, 

ap5 lm Proprletarat 



W- A. HUGHES, 

515 Clay street, bftwe^n LclilejilorB - and 

Saiioome. 

KEEPS THE BEH. 

V A.. A. A.. WHISKEY,' 

Marrlar. s No. 3 Ale, 

BREWED EXPRESSLY FOR OAJ.*"ORNIA. 

Large assortment, of Fronch Brann' , Bootob 
Wh'oky. Jamaica Rom, Holland Gin an« Foreign 
and Domestic 'Wines of all kinds se3-tf 



TO L ET. 
NEW PETALUMA THEATRE 

Address PHILLIP COWKrV, 

Petal tun , 
Or apply to J. H* HeCABB, 

0021 6m Theatrical Agent, Baa Franoieoo. 



FOR VALUABLE INFORMATION, CALL ON 
or address Mrs. A. B 0„ No. 11 Harrison 
■treat, San Francisco. FJnSlm 



I. W. TABER. 

Art and Photographic Galiert 

No, IS Montgomery street, 

OPP08ITB MASONIO TEMPLE.-THI8 NEW 
and elegant eatablisbment ia now complete 
in all IU appointment*, poseeMfog every requieU* 
for exotlleaoe In Photographic Art. ml lot 



TO THE LOVEK8 OF 

SONG £ND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



PLACE IN TO* 
aooiely ia at tbe 

4* 



SALOON! 



COO Allaalon atreet, het. Second und New 
UuntKontcry, 

Every Saturclay lXigrlit. 

CHAIR TAKEN AT 8.8O SHARP. 

N. B — A Bpaoious Olnh Room to let for ooe or 
two oighta a week, with every convenience for 
Band Practice, Club meetings, etc. Mueio fam- 
ished for parties. 

my20 HOLLAND & EAGLES. Proprietors. 



iruce, 

DRUGGISTS' STEAM 



Printer. 

5MOVED TO ' 



HAS REMOVED TO 



Sac.iMontg'ry 



Opp. old office* 




GLORIOUS VICTORY l-FIRST 
Premiums and Silvor Medals award- 
ed to FUGAZIS ORIENTAL OIL 
HMR DYE, at the Sao Francisco 
Fairs in 18«*. '65 and '8Bj at Sacra- 
mento in 18fi3, '65, 'M, '67 and '70; also 
at Stockton and Marysville Fairs. 
This Oil Dye is the best, simplest, 
easiest applied io the world. Work 
done in a few neconda ; in twenty minutes no Gray 
Hair or Whiakera to be Been. Free from Sugar 
Lead, Lao Sui.phtjb. or other poiaonous, beattii- 
destroying drugs used in other hair prepartvions. 
One application, natural brown : two, black. Noth- 
ing in the world equals tbis Oil for tbe whiskers. 
Address orders to J. F. FUGAZI, K street, near 
Third, Sacramento; HUG & SCHMIDT. 511 ' Com- 
mercial St., San Franciaco: GATES 4 RHODES, 
San Joae. Aak your druggist for it. my. tf 



JAPANESE BAZAAB, 

e*a BlonCeomerr atreet. comar lea. 

ROBERT MATERS, 

Japan & China Goods 

A. NoTclty — <Toponese Napkins, 

and Chinese Back Scratehera* 

AMERICAN WATCHES, CALI. DIAMONDS 

jm>P Bto. Exo. lm 



F. MAN8ELL & CO., 

HOUSE, SION AND OENAMEIfTAI. 



41* riHJI ITUAT, 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian.Turfcis b 

— AKD — 

ROMAN SATH HOUSE 

For Ladles and Gentlemen. 

We. SSB Pacific etrt* 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIO Bt . 
tablishmcnt of the kind, either in Kcropeot 
America. Convenient and aeparate apartmaoU, 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain el 
Medicated Waters, Suites of rooms la the snst 
building for private patients. 1n23 \m 

NAPAJSODA. 

TBE. IfATtBaL WATER as TAKEN 
FBOUX THE SPRINGS AT NAPA. 

THK WATER HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY 
nsed for the past thirteen years, with tbe most 
catialaotory roe u Its. It contains many valuable 
properties, as will be seen by the following; 

Anniy«u of the Napa Soda Sprlnss, 

By Dr. L. Lanzweeet. Practical Chemist, May, 

Temperature , Full r 08 

Residiom from Evaporationiin M-gallon, gm . ...1? 

Bicarbonate oi Soda .3 38 

Carbonate of Magnesia 53 

Carbonate of Limo 2 72 

Ohlorideof Sodinm '..I 30 

Suboarbonate of Iron 1 96 

Sulphate of Soda 

Siliceous Acid 

Alumina 5 »■* 

Loflfl... 062—17 ^* 

We, the undersigned, physicians, practicing- in 
the city of Sao Francisco, have examined tho re- 
sult of the analysis made by Dr. Lauzweort, Prac- 
tical Chemist, of the water from the Napa Soda 
Springs of Napa. Tbo water, aooording to this ex- 
amination, possesses Aperient Antacid and Tonic 
properties, which cannot fail to be very beneficial 
im the treatment of Chronic Disf«aue, and afford- 
ing a pleasant, healthful and invigorating bever- 
age: fl. M. Gray, M. D. ; Arthur B. Stout, M. D.J 
J. P. Whitney, M. D. : A. F. Sawyer, M, D. ; Chas. 
Bertody, M. D. ; Wm. 0. Ayres, M. D. 

sar-Foraalo at all saloons throughout the eity 

Families supplied, and all orders promptly eio 

cutod at tbe UapaSoda Agonoy, ia* SUTTER 

STREET. 

Ju20 tf T W. FENN. Agent 

Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing Fluid, 

For sale to the trade, at 40b and 407 Sansome. 
Street 

CI.IFF JHOUSE f 

ROARING OCEAN I SURGING BREAKERS 

FOAMINaiU.FI MONSTER SULI6NI! 

Elegant Breakfasts, Lanchei, Sin- 
ners and Suppers 

BBIKS tOtB WITK I 

BaMO TODE FAMH.T 

BBINCI TOVH X.AVBT PaUJERD* 

An aajsr a Tlaw of tha Inaet OokAV Paitobaau 

In tha whol. world. All la aitht of tha 

world-racawaad 

OOIiSXB 6ATEI 

With a taat of whlta-wtDfad aaaaaanaara aatarla 

from aran pari af tha ooaanaraua worid. 

1.K11 Lin. Boaaaa, oooDOetla. with Slraa 
dm at Lena afoootala aaary Li ntiaata. baraafta 
for tha Ollff Baaaa. Vara » aaota. 



bed v.^ry day. except Safiiaj, oj 
I>- B O O- A K 33 TJ S 

—AT— 

632 Jf orctint Bt. And 5-^5 Washington 8; 



TUESDAY J CLY l8. 



1671 



TO HOTEL KEEPERS. 

'•Flgnro," U mailed every morning to 
All tbe hotel- on the Pacific Couit. Fra 
prletora of new hotel* who have not yet 
received It will have It forwarded free 
•f cliurite on sendlnic an their address. 



FIQARO ON THE GALA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

FIOABO li thoroughly distributed ev- 
■rydayon the cars of the Cullfornla Pa- 
ellle Ballroad, leaving MnrysTllle for 
Vallejo and Sun Francisco at 1 o'clock 



FIGARO ON THE QAKIANO BOATS. 

tOO " Figaros" are dlstrlbnted on the 
OnlUund Ferry boats every afternooa, 
mostly unions the passengers arriving bj 
the great Overland Train. 



FIGARO ON THE VAILEJQ BOAT. 

EOO "Figaros" are distributed every 
day among the passengers on the Steuuier 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to this city. 



FIGARO Q ■■! THE SOUTHER* PACIFIC RAILROAD 

"Figaro" Is circulated every day on the 
cars of the Southern Puelflc It. K. which 
leave Sun Jose for this city at :i: m iO P. 51, 



•'Figaro" is circulated every 
the Skating Kink. 



day at 



Oar Fourteenth Volume. £™5 

Figaro baa just entered upon its four- 
teenth volume, i n 1 congratulates itself 
upon its past, and looks forward to a long*, 
useful and profitable career. 



"Malting a Raise.*' 

There is no place in the world where peo- 
ple depend so much on "making a raise" 
by some Bud^gn stroke of luck as in Califor- 
nia. It ia for this reason that the tickets 
for the Omaha Gift Concert, which come3 
off in about six weeks are being bonght up 
so rapidly. A sudden "raiso" of $20,000 
would be pleasing toalmo3t anyone. 



Suggestive. 

An advertisement in the Alta begin*} thus : 
"To Touriete. Price's Carver." We pre- 
Bume, as a carving knife is not indispensi- 
ble to a tourist, theBe "carvers" are bowie 
fcuivea for the purpose of "carving" any 
foes a tourist may meet in bis travels 
through California. 



"What a Difference. 

The New York Herald is valued at $5,000,- 
000, and is owned by commodore Gordon 
Bennett, Jr., having been presented to him 
by his father.— Ex. 

We only paid $25 for the Town and Stage, 
the last "opposition" to Figabo. 



Having heard that an infusion of tobacco 
is tbe best thing to extripate the potatoe 
bug, Illinois farmers are entertaining their 
neighbors at chewing picnics in their fields 



Ulch House Wine Rooms. 

All have admired the magnificent Lick Houee 
Bar and Billiard Saloon, kept by Porter & 
Lewie, which is the resort of all cur fashion- 
able young men. In the Lick Honte upstairs 
Porter & Lewis have a "Wine Boom in -which 
connoisseur of good and rare wines could sp»cd 
a delightful afternoon. Arranged on shelves 
are the vintages of the moBt famous jet-re, 
classified. Clarets, santernee, champagntb, 
burgundies, sherries, portB and Rhine wloes of 
numberless varieties can be found there. Ver- 
ily the patrons of the Lick Bouso und the hab- 
itues of Porter k Lewis' Saloon and Billiard 
Boom fare well when their wants are provided 
for with such taste and discrimination. 



Ttae Only JPlace 

In this city for ladies' and gents' first-class 
boots and shoes is at F. X. East's, Nos, 322 and 
824 Bush street, opposite Albambra Theatre. * 



Horton'e Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
■ reat success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orton's, Burton'?, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton'g. Bee that the name 
of Hug 4 Schmidt, 535 Commercial at „ 1b on tbe 
wrapper. Hun & Soulier, Successors to P.J. 
Belliy, Agents, • 

X>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
tcronlo and specific practice, and as auoh is now 
the most successful of an; Physician in Ban 
Francisco. Ofnce 619 Sacramento street, corner 
af Leideadorff, a few door fcelow What Cheer 
House . • 

Wew Furnlshng Goods, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. - 

If You Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiit, send them to the What Cheer Laun 
dry * , 

Downy Sleep, 

We don't believe a bed of roses would be very 
comfortable, but we are sure that beds at the 
Branch House, 424 Bansome street, are absolute- 
1" perfect, from the report of those who have 
tried them. Spring beds, elastic mattresses, 
blanket* made of the finest California wool, 
and sh -of spotless whiteness all combine to 
Insure a good night's rest. • 



John G Hayden 

Has removed his old established hair dress- 
iug saloon to the new and spacions store, 218 
Bush street, in the Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, which is fitted up regardless of expense, 
and will venture to say it is the finest on the 
Pacific Coast. . 



Theatricals In China. 

We publish to-day a characteristic letter 
from Charley RhoadeBcetailing his experi- 
ences of life in China. Mr. J. Small, of the 
same troupe, formerly of the Carandina 
Concert Troupe, writes that they did well 
in Yukohoma, Japan, and took in about 
51,000 there for three rights' performances. 
Tbe theatre is a commodious frame building, 
rent S50 per night. At Shanghai they found 
great difficulty in getting a building to Bhow 
in ; the theatro having been burned. There 
ia a fine ball there owned by tho Germans, 
used for social gatherings and amateur the- 
atricals, but they were unable to procure it 
They at last obtained the Masonic Hall at a 
rental of 573,50 per night. Played three 
nights to good honseB ; fourth and last night 
being "mail night," not so good.' The better 
class of people at Shanghai patronize the 
frequent amateur performances given by 
the residents very liberally, but cannot be 
drawn out to attend any outside entertain- 
ment. 

3tlr. Small co- firms Bhoades' statements 
of the intensity of tbe heat and constant rain 
at Hong Kong and concerning the business 
there. He states that the company will re- 
main there some fime. He thinks that no 
company can make any money by the China 
trip, as the expenses of travelling, stoppages, 
etc., will eat up receipts. 

♦ ■ ■ 

The Saucelito Ferry. 

Great complaints are made of the bIow- 
nesB of the Wilson G. Hunt, which runs to 
Saucelito, which wallows in the eea like a 
wounded porpoise, and makes about a knot 
an hour. Such a lively place as Saucelito 
ought to have a iaat boat. Will the Herald 

see to it ? 

♦ 

Breakfast time in Magdalena Bay. 

Some of the Magdalena Bay emigrants 
published a card in the Bulletin, denying 
tbat Mr. Allen had left them waiting for 
their breakfast uncomfortably long. Four 
o'clock in the afternoon is the regular 
breakfast hour at Magdalena Bay. 



To tlic Unfortuate. 

Br. Gibbon's DlspenBary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial, Ban Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 18M, for the treatment of chronic 
and Bpeclal complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make- 
so charge unless he effects a cure . * 



Everbody Buyn Them, 

What The hundred various compounds 
prepared only from Steuart's refined sugar, by 
Canty & Wagner, 107 Montgomery street. Their 
candies have been famed for their delicious 
flavors for years, and the firm does an Immense 
trade, both in the Jqbbingand retail line. * 



Creuio tie T_.ls. 

Beautiful is the finish developed by the use 
of Dickey's celebrated Cbeme de Lis, a pure 
transparent complexion being imparted. No 
poison enters its composition. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ON EXHIBITION FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY 

.. C0M3TENCING.... 

TUESDAY JTJI/I7 18th 

"THE UNKNOWN/' 

AT PACIFIC HALL, 

WHEN HE WILL GIVE 

A SYNOPSIS OF HIS LIFE, 

....AXD.... 

On Saturday Eyening 

WIXI. LECTtBE. 

k9*THE "UNKNOWN" will be on Exhibition 
daily from 2 until 5 p. M, 

Admission, 50 cants: children half price. 

The proceeds to be devoted to charitable Insti- 
tutions of the city. jy!7 Iw 



A Great Convenience. 

At tbe Industrial Depot, New Montgom- 
atreet, ladies who have no sawing machine, 
can get one for an hour or for a day. Sew- 
ing women caa also do work there and have 
it sold for them. 



Certainly. 

MiBB ItoBe Nathan was married last week 
to Mr. Mooser. The parental Nathans were 
willing that their daughter should- be mar- 
ried to "a mooser," as she found single life 
dull. 



Chinese Emigrat ion. 

Six hundred Chinaman are going to leave 
California for Peru, to work for Harry 
Meggs on bis railroad. "Good bye John, 
don't Btay long!'' 

illjcli Livinc a-t J_.ow Cost. 

The Bulletin publishes a paragraph about 
tbe cheap fare served at the "Holfy Tree Inn," 
on Cambridge street, Boston, where working 
menare supplied with dinners at a low cost 
per plate, but it neglects to add that John Re- 
gan's California Restaurant, on Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, within twenty paces of 
the Bulletin office, serves better fare at lower 
coBt every day in the year. What would tbe 
Bostonians think of a dinner composed of the 
following : Big bowl of green turtle soup, 
large plate of salmon, roast goose, duck or meat, 
and a glass of Ice cream, all for 25 cents ? A 
half bottle of California wine with it will coBt 
ten rents more. These are the regular blUof 
fare charges at the California Eestaurant. In 
fare bow is tbat for high ? In price, how is that 
for low 



First-class Agents 

SPECIAL ISDUCEMENTS.-SSOO GOLD 
J Coin to the Aeent, who aell3 the first 1200 copies 
f oar new EMBLEMATIC MEMORIAL, a work 
>f art, to preserve in ornameneal form the family 
history, executed with a pen by MISS ALLIE 
"WYLLE. Poblished in four different styles. One 
agent, an elderly lady, reports SO copies the first 
three days ; a divinity student reports 14 tales the 
first foor boars; another sold 75 in two wesks; an- 
other SO the first fire days; still another 460 in 
thirteen weeks. For further particulars, apnly to 
or address NORTOX & CO., CRAYON DRAW- 
ING and ENGRAVING Publishers, 54© Clay 
street. ]y!5 lm eod 



The Rustic Window Shade 



Cheapness, Finish and Durability, and is 

Substitute for Inside Blind*. 

Admits the light and air, excludes the snn and 

flies, and has do fist ares that get oat of order. 

Can be washed without removing tho colors. 

Manufactured by HOLLIHAN & BURBRIDGE, 
61? Mission street, near the corner of New Mont- 
gomery. jyl? lm 



WILL BE TEKDEBED BT THE 

San Francisco Hussars, 

CAPT, J. SCIIKEIBER, 



New Montgomery and Minna streets 
(entrance on Minna street), 

Wednesday Evening;, July 19th. I 

Tickets One Hollar 

(Admitting Gentleman and Ladies ) 

To be had at.O. O. Keene's Mueio Store, of tbe 
members, and at the door on the evening of Ball. 

BaLLENBERG'S celebrated Band has been en- 
gaged for the occasion. 

Committee of Abbangemekts — Lieutenant C. 
Krumbeek, Sergeant D. O. Prestoo, Private Wm. 
Mocker. 

S9~ Ever; member is requested to settle for his 
tickets on or before Tuesday evening. July 18th, 
By order of - THE COMMITTEE. 

jyl5 td 



What Cheer Laundry, 
321 Leide&dorff street, near Sacramento, 



Indnetrlal Depot, New Mont, street* 

Orders rt ceived for sewing by the Magdalene. 
Machines rented by the day or week. 



Save Tour Money. 

Ibe Land Mortgage Union is the best place to 
Invest yonr savings. 50 cents per fortnight 
axnountB, in about eight years, to $250. Invest- 
ers can withdraw their funds after twelve 
months-with withdrawal rate of interest. Call 
at the cilice, 123 Post street, for Information. 



Important to Strangers. 

Abraham's, 33 and 35 Second street, tho place 
par axtllence to procure fashionable clothing. 
Business suits made to order, $26; beaver suite 
to order, $40 ; pantB to order, $8. All goods 
warranted to fit or no sale. Every reader must 
see tbat he can save from 25 to 35 per cent, by 
purchasing his clothes at tbe great cash cloth- 
ing house of G. Abbahams, 33 and 35 Second 
street. 



If You, Want 

rirst-class Boots and shoes you must go to 
F. X. East's Fashionable Shoe Btore, Nob. 832 
and 324 Bush street, opposite the Albamhra 
Theatre." • 



Picnlcs-Calistoira-Seaslde, 

The new Summer styles of hats are very nu- 
merous, and "The*' Hat Store, 647 Washington 
Btrest, iB dally visited by the fashionable men 
of San Francisco. It is only at "The" Hat 
Store that one can be sure of seeing all the vari- 
ous stvlea. Of course, everyone Knows that 
"The" Hut Store is tho Becond hat store below 
Eearny street. The new styles are all sold at 
very moderate prices at this well-known estab- 
lishment, and money can be saved by dealing 
there. * 



Euphrosyne's Ennmollne, 

A delicate enamel, imparting an Irresistible 
elegance and refinement to the face. Price 50 
cents. Wilson & Co., southeast corner of Fifth 
and Mission streets. • 

Reading Matter for A.11. 

Loomls. at his stationery store at the 8. E. 
corner of Washington and Sansome streets, 
on the way to the Post Office, does almost as 
rushing a business as the Post Office itself. 
All the New York papers and English niaca- 
sines are there. 



Wliat is Glucoleln? 
A preparation of Cod Liver Oil, without any 

disagreeable taste ; the most efficacious remedy 
for all pulmonary complaints. Prepared and 
sold by James G. Sxeelb & Co., No. 621 
Montgomery street. • 



FOR SAN QUENTIN AND SAN RAFAEL" 



To Snn Quentln..50c | San Rafael 75c 

THE FAVORITE STEAMER CONTRA COS- 
TA. Capt. J. McKencio, leaves Ferry Woarf, 
Davis street, near Vallejo. for San Quentin, con- 
necting by railroad with San Rafael and tbe stages 
iiom there for Olima, Tomales and Nicasio, every 
week day as follows: 
San Francisco at 9 a.m., 1:45 P.M., and 6:30 p.m. 
San Quentin at 8 and 11 :30 A.M. , 2 :45 and 5 :30 P.M. 

Sunday Excursion Time Table. 
Leave San Francisco at 19:30 A. M. and 5:30 p m 
San Rafael at 9 A.M. and 4 P.M. 
JrBtf CHAS. MINTTJRN. 



A SITUATION IN SOME SUITABLE BUSI- 

£1 ress by a gentleman speaking English, French, 
Bpajish and Italian fluently. Is conversant with 
commercial operations, and can give the best of 
references. Would accept a commission or travel- 
ing agency. Has been three years in one ho»8e 
Address G. A., Figabo Office. jn8 tf 



708. 



jn26 tf 



WHERE 

TO 

GET 

YOUR 

MONEY'S 

WORTH. 

OUR 

GOODS 

BOUGHT 

IN 

EUROPE 

AND 

N. Y. 

ON 

TIME, 

AND 

WE 

DON'T 

INTEND 

TO 

PAY 

FOB 

THEM. 

ALL 

WE 

GET 

NOW 

CLEAR 

PROFIT. 

VAN 

SCHAACK 

& CO'S 

CLEARING 

OUT 

SALE. 

712, 714 and 716 
Kearny Street, 

(OPPOSITE THE PLAZA.) 



EIGHTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION 

... OF THE.... 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 
AT 11 A.. HE., XIXSUAT, ATGIST 8 

HON. MILTOrTs. LATHAM 

Has consented to deliver the Opening Address 

THE EXHIBITION BUILDING IB SITUAT- 
ed on Union Square, in the heart of the city 
of San Francisco, and on the line of three street 
railroads. The building covers a ground area of 
B5.20B feet, and is complete in all its appointments. 

Steam poirer and water supply furnished free 
to exhibitors. 

All goode competing for premiums, or to he cat- 
alogued, must be receipted for by the entry clerk 
before Aupust 12 ih. 

Rules and Regulations can be obtained from any 
of the officers at the Institue or Pavilion. 

In conjunction with the Industrial Exhibition, 
tbe BAV DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SO- 
CIETY will hold its first Exhibition of the Flow- 
ers and Fruits of California, occupying a space of 
320x50 feet. 

Prices of Admission. 
Season Tickets admitting Gentlemen and 

one Lad; $5 00 

Season Tickets admitting ens person 3 00 

Season Tickets admitting Juveniles under 14 

years 1 50 

•9* The above Tickets are not Transferable. -€* 

Single Admission 50 cts 

Children under 14 years 25 eta 

Children must be in charge of guardians or 
parents. 

Tickets can be obtained from any of the Mana- 
gers, at the Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post street, at 
the Pavilion, Union Square, or from the prinoipal 
Music or Drug Stores iu the city. 

■9- No bills will be paid unlesB ordered by the 
proper Committees. By order 

„ „ „ A, S. HALLIDIE, President. 

W. H. Williams, Secretary. jyU lm 

For Strangeis OnLy to Read. 

Those living in the city know it already. 



Diamond Tooth Paste 

ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED FROM 
» buying the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE from 
Peddlers, or any person except O. O.KEENE Mb- 

UK. LJsVl w TAYLOR ib inventor and sole pro- 
prietor of the DIAMOND TOOTH PASTE, and 
none is genuine without my signature 

n<B« a *«- « . DH - LEVI w - TAYLOR. 
Office, lOo Montgomery st. Room 4. jy7 tf 



Hp hec heap e etpl 
hlr lean dl" urn is 



nfilm 



ace 39 buy yonm 
bin be oo 
dsl eati he nme rlc an 

STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. 8 Second rtreet. 

BKNEDIOT A OO. 



RHEUMATISM. 

MRS. W. S. WRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J 
W. MAO, the only Conqueror on the Glebe 
of Rheumatism in all its various forms— Acute, 
Chronic or Inflammatory; Nsuralgia, Weak Loins 
Lnmboge or Kidney Affections, Contracted Sin- 
ews, Hip Joint Diseases, etc.. No. 101 Tehama 
street, fourth door from Tnird. jo28 lm 



and Programmes 



Posters 
Printed 
Cheap 

At Sterett's, 533 Clay street. 
jyll 3m 



ASTROLOGY. 

T)E- JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON-.«. 
*-' dorful Fortnn. Teller in the world, cm *<C 
be found at No 838 Pacific street, between *T* 
Stockton and Ppnell. He niee all kinds of witch- 
craft, enre, all diseases and spells, Cannes lo,e. re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
curei drunkards from drinking. He will give love 
Sh . k- t0 "- 11 wh °™>' it. Don't forget to call 
and see him. jy 13 in, 



187K7a. 
Personal Property Taxes 

^JOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A OER- 
tified copy of PERSONAL PROPERTY AS- 
LELSMENT ROLL for the FiBcal Year 1871-72 has 
this day been received, and that the State, City and 
County Taxes for the said fiscal year are now due 
and payable. 

All Taxes remaining doe and unpaid on the 7th 
day of August enduing will become delinquent, and 
two and a half per cent, will be added thereto. 
ALEXANDER AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector. 
San Francisco, July 3d, 1S7L jyllm 



RHEUMATISM 

EFFECTUALLY CURED BT 

The Arabian Treatment 

THE MOST SEVERE OASES 

RELIEVEDJN 3 DAYS 

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDIH 

DR. JOHN SZOTZSK 

No. 8S» Pacific street, 

n»-The Doctor's advertisements will appear i 

Figabo exclusively. jois tf 




CALIF0RNIAJESTAURM1 

NOS. «10, Ot* AND C14 M01n 
gpmery street, near Merchant' 
Ladies Saloon connected with the Bm 
tan rant. 

Bin of Fare. 

Ice Crenm FEES to nnv nerao, 
Speeding 8G Cent*. W 

Seup, with Fish or Rroaste I5c a\ 

Soup, with two Eggs 75c rl 

Two Eg S8 1Cc \Wk 

Two Fnrnllone Eggs 10c ImH 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee lSe I J* 

Mntton Chops, Tea or Coffee 15c WT 

Beefcteak, do .. 150 " 

Sirloin Steak, . do "'20a 

Fresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed 15o 

Clam Fritters „.,. 15*. 

Bottle of White Wine iflo ft 1 

Bottleof Claret WineorBeer „".'l5o .-.5L 

Pies, Padding or Cake 5o 4Bf 

Oat Meal, Mash or Oracked Wheat.... 5c I 

Coffee. Tea, Chocolate, or a GlasB of ^H 

White or Claret Wine ., 5 Jl|l 

°*l-tt JOHN REGAN. PToprietorT 



You Can Make Money 

BY EATING AT THE 

GRAND FAMILY RESTAURAR1 

No. £7 Second street. 

THEY HAYE REDUCED THRU 
prices, and you on live like a pries, 
there for a small sum. Among th< 
reductions are: 

Cup of Coffee or Tea, with Cake or pie 10 oeat 

Ham and Three E— - 
Oysters, all styles 
Roast Veal, Mu 
Soup, all kinds, 
©rand Family Beetnnrant, SO Secou. 
jalStf 



^te^ 8 :::::20c«S 

out 



street, near Market. 



Change of Programme 

....AT THE. ., . 

Esperance Restaurant, Ua 

C47 Commercial street. JI ^ 

Board per Week % 5 5$ 

Board per Month so OX' ' 

.Dinner with "Wine « 

Single Dishes as per Bill of Fare. 

CrTSTAVJE SCHNEIDEB, 
mr25 tf 647 Commercial at., below Kearny, ■ 



Delnionico Restaurant! 



<^> 



jn9 1m 



THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE 
open the above Restaurant with ill 
the delicacies of the eeaeon, on RaP 
TJRDAY, June 10th, and respeetfoU) 
solicit the patronage of the public. 

I.ASEEBKOTHJJH8 I 






THEATR2 ROTISSERIE, 

825 Bnpont et., one door south of Bosh 
E. MAROHAND LATE OF TBI 

"Roti-Bserie Restaurant" of the Ualol 
OTnb, Proprietor. — The Tables pm*'- 
ded with all the Delicacies of the season. 
—-OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE ]cSJ» 



$|?c 



J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH,'* 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

•»• Terrapin conetantly on hand. Oyster* it 
Jverr ftyle. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS FOE 
'ARTIES. mhSlla 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda Count; 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEABOHER OF BEOOKDS AND 06NY1Y' 
ancer.— Office in Smith's new Hill, Ban Law- 
axo.aitoatls opposite the Ooort Honse. 

FARMS «Dd HOMESTEADS for sale u>d to IU 
ID vanopB parta of Alameda conntr. apgUi 



T^IATSrOS 

For Sale or ] 




o- 

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CALANTHINE! 



Gaudy I Candy 1 

CHARLES H. MERCER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, CANDY MAN- 
turer. No. 518 Kearny street, between Sac- 
ramento and California; and 127 Second street- 
bet. Minns and Nstoma. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Cartage free to oil parts of the cit» 
wnsrfaa- excepted. mrlStT 



t. 



A LARGE ASSORT- 
ment of Square and Up- 
right Pianos, from the ben 
American and Europeor 
mann factories, for sale or U 
rept on the most favoracl! 
terms. 

B. CUBTAZ, 
SO O'Farrell street, near Harkat. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE; 

VIRGINIA OTT, HETAIA. 



Season. I 

ti Derail, treated on appiieation by letter to 

JOHN PIPKB, 
Proprietor and M a n —a y , 
to J. M. McCABE, 

620 Washington etreot. Bui KraooUoo 



M. KANE, 

DEALER IN WLVKS. UQUOBS AND 01- 
«•!», cor. Jessie and First utreeta. jo241m 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACRAMENTO. 

MB.. JSSEPH PROOTOB WILL OOMHBNCJ 
his second Dramatic Season early in SepUn 
her. until which time the Theatre can be rente' 
for Concerts, Lecturee, Conventions, and forTo. 
atnoal Entertainments of a first-olasB order, V. 
application to THOS. BAKER, EBQ„ at HaaWH 
4 Co s Banting House, corner of Second and ' 
streets, Sacramento. jcl6ti 

The Arlington House, 



„ ._..,.,..„ _......_.„. Th; 

rooms are large, handBomelp furnished, and Wu 
be rented low. Par ties desiring to do so eon male 1 1 
arrangements to have coffee with light breaWaet- . 
or lunches served in their rooms. Single Boonu 
from 310 to 815 per month. Transient custom so- 
licited. |JQ<ftUaf< 




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The White House 



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GRAND MATINEE. 



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THE GREAT VIVIAN I\ Ills ( OMIC ORIGINALITIES 1 

Billy Emerson to ui vn.um or Songs and Dances 

OTERTUHE TO THE GRAND DUCHESS ORCHESTRA 

Tii* trcntni'i performance to concludo witii Offenbach's Opr* BmidV, 

THE GRAND DUCHESS 

Tbe Grand DucheM Mutter Eugenia 

. young Soldier) 8. 8. Pnnly 

OfOTi! Be am iCoBmander.ln- Chief) M. At unity Scott 

Prince Paul tin love with the Duchess) Billy Emerson 

3iron Puck. Johnny DeAngelis ) B»ron Grog G. H. Foster 

Wind* <ln lOTd with Prill) Foslelle 

Nvpomue ■:» bearer of the Store) J, Robinson 

Lords and Ladle* of the Court, Soldier*, Penan ts, etc. 

TIIF. Ml sir \RRA\(;r» EXPRFAMLY FOR THIS TROrPE BT OCOROE T. EVAXS. 

FRIDAY EVENING, July 21st— Benolit of 33111 yr Emoraon. 

GRAND PERFORMANCE EVERY SUNDAY EVENING. 

The Piano used Is from the house of Kohler. Obese k Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Ohlckerlng Piano. 




ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE! 



IK ORDKR TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR 

Fall Importations, 

<IK ON 

Moiiclny Juuo BCtli 

TO CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE 8T00K OP 

Summer Dry Goods. 

AT PRICES 

GREATLY BELOW COST 

OP IMPORTATION. 

Sale to Continue SO Days. 



J. W. Davidson & Go. 



ra ransitn; 

Ml 111 llW S*M* 

GUacailaail 

attBHttottiwiltal _ 
uibbiki 



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J. USOBXft) US 
awanBanatf 

],»*«.-£■'" 

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Ca Dexter liyford, 

K M B X I. M E H. 

f iNnf .lr*M, Emm 8 aad 4. 

ambaliaad aad prraarad lor AbipaitDt to 

•f lb. world. Ord.ra fros, lb* totorlor 

attaedad to in porooa. fao-lra 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO.,.~..315, 317, 319 & 821 PINESTRET 
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc 



THI LAKSFJIT AND 



HEST tTOCK OF 64WDa IN THK STATE. AT fKUTJ UKFVINU COMPETITION 
n-CAL.1. AUD SEE FOR YOCB9ELiVJE». 4> 



60 TO BAILEY & WINTERS, 

018 W ashlngton B 

If you WADt til, 

FINEST PHOTOGRAPHS. 

f'n>-d«, Kl prr I.o*«n. 



i, c. coun 
RAPIN UHJ 

anlallaai** 

iliS| 

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[ANO* 







P-tt'X- SHORT, 
MERCHANT TAILOR, 

OU7 Oozasaerolal street, 

J E8TECTPrI.I.T INFORMS BIS FRIESD9 AND ALL 
% to .in: of 1" -ilrthlr Clothing for tbe approacblog 
Booth, tbAt tbot be bA. now la bli Btoro all tbe 

NEW STYLES OF 

oatings, Pantaloons and Vestings, 

Til HIT AND LATEST STYLES FOR SUMMER. 

i work CHEAP FOR CASH, ud tboM who bo, on tbls 
principle cad SATE 1IONEV. 

HX SHORT ahum All wbo me, favor him wltb their 
* — i that be will give them entire eatlafaction, and 

Warrant all his Goods to Fit. 

i had MOW REDUCED HIS PRICES lo rait the ttmei. 

ISIHESS SUITS FRO! ENGLISH TWEED, S25 00 

IE BEAVER SUITS FROM S40.00 UP 

ITS TO ORDER II AIY STYLE S6 00 

lv* uej m Call and loolc at our Goods. 

Our number la 
■7 Oommerolal Street 



NORUB IHOE MANlTaCTOUY. 



«£a** 



tELEOA NT CUSTOM WORK IN THB CITY. I 
>!■ And prion. BEERS, RI.AIR a MAY NABB! 

I, oaa door iooU. ofBaab. 



SACRAMENTO 

GRAND MUSICAL CONCERT, 

FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 

Pioneers' Library Association 

OF SACRAMENTO, 

Will take place at tbe 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

ON K STREET, 

OX WEOKESDAY JtLY 18th 

For which occasion some of tbe best ArtiBts 
bave volunteered their services. 

EXCURSION TICKETS TO SACRAMENTO 
for tbe day of tbe Concert by tbe various 
route* will be i*«o.«d;to those holding ticket*. 

Kxoarsion Ticket* may be obtained at all tbe 
prom meat. Rook and Music Stores in this oily. orat. 
CADWALLADER, DAVIS 4 COS, 

44 Fourth street.. Sacramento, 
■fy- Excursion Tickets only good for tbe 18th 
to VOth of July, inclusive ju28td 

SAN FRANCISCO SKATING RINK, 

Conferee* II..11, SSO Bu*h ..trees, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny street*. 

EKDrCTIOX OF PBICEI 

Asiemhlles-lft to 12 1. M., 2 to 6 P. M., 1!4 to 10 P. M 

Admlaaloa— Day and Evening *•» Cente 

Uaeof Skatee V> cents 

JjStf OUAS. M. VALLEK. Proprietor. 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

MADAME BLAM'K. THE GREATEST . • . 
Clairvoyant of tbe Hfre, can be seen »t,fjf. 
her residence. No. OOO FUI.80H STRLE I', i% 
between Fifth and Sixth, wbire'ahe can be con- 
sulted on all buitnets affaire, love and marriage; 
also, bae cbarme for love, luok, unbapplness In 
families, and bring* together tho teparatud. Fee, 
$1 and upward. ^^^ Ijfl Im 



CLAIRVOYANCE. 

GO TO MRS. SOH WOERER. PR0~ 
feaeor of Great Mysteries, corner, 
of Washington and Stockton, over 
tbe fruit store. Diagnosis and cures 
sickness after recovery is impossible. 
Prof. S. bas valuable Roman Talis- 
mans for love, good look. Also, see ,#- 
your intended. Fee, Fifty Oents and up. 
from 11 a. m. to i P. »!.. and 7 to 9 p. m. 




1 GOLDSTEIN A SON. -THE ABOVE OC- 
• partnership is tbis day dissolved, NOT by 
mutual consent, oe no consultation was held, and 
in proof of which my name is not affixed to tbe 
published notice of dissolution. Tbe business 
will be continued by the undersigned, at th- same 
■tend, where be bopps for a continuation of favors, 
etc. All parties indebted to tbe ssld firm are no- 
tified to pay none bnt tbe undersigned, and no 
agent representing said firm, aa they will be re- 
sponsible for tbe same. 

8. A. GOLDSTEIN, »1 B Sanaome street. 
July 5tb, 1571. j,8 iw 



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SQUARZA'S PUNCHES. 



FTTOfCllKS, for Crentlemen.~Bgg Norg (a new Punffh) 
Morning Oomfort, Ladles' Pleasure. Anti-DyBpeptlo,_L»*dle* 
Tear*, Anti- Divorce, Welcome, Ooguao, Arrack, Gin, Whiskey 
Ooooa, Coffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Piano, Appetlsor 
Roman Nectar. Aurora. Farewell, Jamaica Ram, Kirsonwaeeer 
~" COB UI 4. LS, for Xandlee. — idadlee* Favorite, Ladies 
[ J le«v*nre. Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Blaokberry, Mint, Anlae 
Ros e. Kim mel. Ooooa, Pousse Cafe, Pine Apple, Kirsoh 

iWTI'Me.- Hygienic. Oholera Antidote Anguetojo, Set* 
ner. an* all other Bitten In demand. 



A MODEL LODGING HOUSE! 

rj^HE GREAT COMPLAINT OF EASTERN VI8ITOEB 
-*- to Sao Francisco is tbat there is no "comfort." Food 
is cheap enough ; Clothing has come down in price ; but 
Lodgings— that Iff, comfortable Lodgings— are Hcarce and 
let for a high rent. Comfortable Lodgings for mon of lim- 
ited means have long been a desideratum in San Francisco, 
but a man le now in the field who Buppl.es this ant and 
leaves nothing to be desired. Mr. L. J. Ewell bae long 
been known as the proprietor of the Coso House, on the 
corner of Commercial and Saneome streets, and ho has now 
made the Branch House, 124 Saneome street, no less famous 
for the excellence of Its accommodations. Here are one 
hundred and sixty rooms, handsomely carpeted and fitted 
up with new furniture, spring beds and hair mattresses. 
There la a Reading room with files of city and State papers, 
and chess and checker-boards for the amusement of guests. 
The Branch House is altogether a Model Lodging House. 
In order to make his two house?, 

The Ccso and the Branch, 

Widely known, Mr. Ewell has hit upon the plan of oboog- 
lng by chance one of his lodgers every mouth and present- 
ing him with $100. Of course this, with the other Induce- 
ments offered, caused these housed to be crowded, and those 
who once found there a comfortable home were not in a 
hurry to leave. This plan Mr. Ewell finds 1b an Infringe- 
ment on the law against distributing glfta by chancn, and 
being a law-abiding man be has determined to discontinue 
It. Having, however, set opart f 100 for the month of Juno 
from his receipts as a gift to some one, ho does not mean to 
reclaim it, but will glvo that amount to some one of the 
public charities of San Franotaco and have the receipt for 
the same duly published. The $100 for this month (the 
recipient of which was under the original arrangement to 
have been chosen by tbe blind goddess Fortune) will be 
given to the Ladles' Protection and Relief Society of 8ft 
Francisco— a society which will certainly make good use of 
It, Thus every one who patronizes the Branoh or Ooso 
House can, while he Is resting snugly tucked up In his com- 
fortable bed, enjoy the pleasing reflection that while he has 
the full value of his money, he has also In some-measure 
asBlsted In providing a nights' lodging for many a houseless 
wanderer. 

BRANCH - HOUSE 

424 Sausome street, 

BETWEEX OOMITEKOIAL AND CLAY. 

cosoIhoube, 

411 SnxiRorao street, 
SOUTHWEST. C1PB.NE8 OT COMMERCIAL STBHT 



J-. ?. BOGABDUS 

—AT— 

W2 Merchant at. »ad 535 Washing-ten rt. 

Below Kortgorai»r7 Block. 



TUESDAY JULY 13, 1871 



FlOAJao will be macb obliged if theatrical 
manager* la all parte of the United BtateB, par- 
tlonlarly In California, will send to this office 
programmes of their performances. Brief lea- 
tan from members of the theatrical profession 
wW alao be acceptable. Figaro will marled 
tree of charge to all desiring It. 

««FI«w°" >» n»*4 every night tin Home 
J»roa-i-j»mme for Mairnire'* Opera Hoiue, 
Metropolitan Theatre, California Thea- 
tre. Alhambro Theatre, Bella Vnlon 
Theatre, Theatre Comlqac, and all pla- 
ces of amawmtiil In San Fruncleco* 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc. 

Alhamhra Theatre. 

After a eapiUl first part, ViTian io new songs 
with nlluaions to the Oopica of the day, and Billy 
Emerson in oil wonderfully amusiog specialties, 
»o amusing veision of CfJetbach's opera of "La 
Grande Ducheeee" «u presented. In tbe Alham- 
bra version Master Eugeoia appear* ab the Grand 
Duchess, and 8. 8. Pardy in the character of Fritz : 
Emerson assnmes that of Prince Paul. DeAngelia 
his original role of Baron Pack. M. Ainaley Scott 
that of General Bourn. FoBtelle, Wanda. G. H. 
Foster Baron Greg, and J. Robinson Nepomuc. 
Matter Engeoia eangand acted tte Grand Dachees 
capitally: fi. S. Pnrdy was very amusing ae Fritz 
sad Billy Emerson cent tbe audience into fits of 
laughter as Prince Paul. Those who wish to enjoy 
Oflenbich's delightful musio. a=d at tbe same 
time hear the Grand Duchess in a language 
they can understand sboold visit the Aloambra 

to-night. «___ 

Metropolitan Toeatre. 

This theatre waa thronged last night. The en- 
tertainment commenced with Robertson's charm- 
ing comedyof "Oaste." In this Miss Kate Newton 
made her first appearance before the California 
public, and played tbe character of Esther Ecclea 
with much feeling and good taste. Miss Newton 
has a fine stage presence— is an artist of exper- 
ience, and made a favorable impression. Joe 
Murphy gave a well-sustained characterization of 
Old Eecles, and gained much applause. Mtb. F. 
M. Bates fairly carried off the honors of the piece. 
by her cbarmingiy vivacious acliog in the part of 
Polly Eecles. which she played wiih a dash and 
abandon that perfectly csp'.lvated the audience. 
J. H. Hardie was too alow as Hon. George D'Alroy, 
delivering the speeches of that gentlemen in a 
funereal &tlle, which bad a depressing effect on tbe 
aadience. If he will throw a little more life and 
energy into tbe part, as he very easily can to-night. 
t will go much better. Harry Oourtaine was quite 
at home is the languid swell, Captain Hawtree, 
and J. H. Vinson rlajed Samuel Gerridge excel- 
lently well, looking wonderfully youthful, by aid 
of an artistic make-np. Miaa Sallie Hinckley aa 
the Marchioness de St. Maur astonished and de- 
lighted the audience ;ber make-np was in excellent 
taste, and her conception ef the character just 
and most artistically carried oat. Altogether, 
Oaste as plsyed last night, was thoroughly enjoy- 
able. Charley Backus, on making his appearance, 
waa received with round after round of applause. 
He gave imitations of Forest, Fechter, Jefferson, 
John McCollongb, Usggie Mitchell and others; 
told some amusing stories, and drew much Uugh- 
ter and applause, though we think the audience 
■woald have preferred to see him as they have been 
accustomed to, in minstrel guise, rather than in 
evening dress, and with white face, 'the perform- 
ance oono'udtd with the neat little comic opera of 
"Molly Bawo," in which Mr. Joe Murphy and 
Jenny Masderville gained great applause. The 
same excellent bill will be played to-nigtt. 



Afagaire'a Opera House. 

In consequence of tbe severe hoarseness of 
M'mle billy, the management were unable to give 
"Barbs Bine" last evening. So the audience was 
per force dismissed. Further performances have 
been postponed until to-morrow evening, when 
"La Grand Duchesse" will be produced. Seats se- 
cured for to-night, will be good for to-morrow 
night. There waa a lit* le- confusion occasioned in 
returning the money to the audience last evening, 
i o oonseqnence of the difficulty in procuring silver 
change for gold coio, and some tew may have gone 
away with their tickets unredeemed. For all such, 
the money will be refunded at tbe box cfSce to- 
day, or tbe tickets will be good for tbe representa- 
tion to-morrow eveniog. 



California Theatre. 

The entertainment at this theatre was a very 
pleasing one. Tbe comedy of "Sliver Linings." by 
Robertson, is a play with a moral in it, and this 
moral is so neatly conveyed to tbe minds of tbe 
audience that "Silver Linings " wh-io it has as good 
an effect as many a sermon, is never dull for a min- 
ute. Miss Alice Dunning, Mr. Cardeo. Mia* D. 
Liogard, J. T. Raymond and W. A. Mestajer all 
acqaJtted themselves well in tbeir respective 
parte. Tbe eveniDg's amusement closed with Mr. 
Lingard's inimitable sketches which will in oon- 
janction wiih "Silver Linings" be presented for 
the laat time to-night. 

Arrived. 

Mr. Georgs B. Waldroa and wife arrived here 
last evening from Salt Lake. Mr. Waldron will 
be remembered by all old Cal.foroiansas a yonng 
setor of mnoh merit who played several seasons 
st Maguire's Opera Hoose inour Bute's most pros- 
perous days. He subsequently plsyed a star en- 
gagement there about nine years ago. Time has 
dealt lightly with George, be looks as yonng and 
fresh as evar. and will soon give ns a taste of his 
professional qualities before the footlights. 

Anatomical Museum. 

The Florentine Venus is the admiration of all 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of art in 
San Francisco. The Dying Zouave is an eiquislte 
piece of mechanism; the De Ooaililu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and thousands of ennositiea 
too numerous to mention, are on exhibition day 

and evening. ^ 

The Italian Opera Season. 

Tbe box sheet for the sale of seats for tin aeascn 
of ten nights of Italian opera at the Metropolitan 
Theatre, by the Agatha States troupe, was opened 
st Gray's mnsic store yesterday, and the sales up 
to onr going to pres3 to-day have been very prom- 
ising. The sale of seats for single performanoea 
will be commenced on Thursday evening. 



The Temperance Legion. 

Every Sunday eveaing the Temperance Legion 
give a pleasant entertainment, consisting of a lec- 
ture, songs and instrumental performances. Last 
Sunday, Mr. Robert Bogle delighted the andionce 
by the wonderfully artistic manner in which he 
played tbe flutina, an instrument of which he is a 
thorough master. 



Bella Union Theatre 

Miss Ellla Weaner's pei formanccs possess ster- 
ling merit; she therefore wesrs well with tbe 
California public as she would with any public in 
the world. Her repertoire eeems inexhaustible, 
and sbe constantly produces new songs, giving tbe 
old favorite* for encores. "1 he Dumb Boy" gives 
Aline Lo Favre an opportunity to display ber 
skill as a fencer, and she tights three combats 
excellent stylo. The ladies of the company appear 
as soldiers and drill in a style that woald do credit 
to the warriors of Sutter Creek. 



Theatre Comlque. 

Frank Jones is a great success at tbia popular 
place of amusement for the million. Rosa Vin- 
cent, tbe popular dansense, was heartily wel- 
comed on making her first appearance; Liz; e Har- 
mon's comic songs caused much fun; Tommy 
Rosa and Ned Ward made a hit in tbeir Jim and 
Jack Bag, acd Madame Lopez and her pupils per- 
formed the living statues in excellent style. 



LETTER FROM CHINA, 

[FBOM AN OCCASIONAL COBBESPONDEST.] 

Hong Kong. Jane llth. 1371. 
Deae Figaro: -On the arrival of the steamer 
Ameiicahero on tbe 31 of June, we were blessed 
with about a dozen of yoar invaluable little paper* 
sent by a friend in 'Frisco. To sa; that we read 
tham doesn't half expvoes it; we ate them, adver- 
tisements and all, and for a while imagined oar- 
selves at the old tforner of Clay and Kearoy streets, 
aod if our friends will only remember as in the 
same way by every other steamer, they may rest 
assured that a shower of blessings will fall with 
dewy softness on their devoted cranium;, and 
prayers be raised in tbeir behalf by as wanderers 
in this great and decidedly warm country, for 
warm it is. I may say it pertains to "red hot," and 
a young fellow is vsry often seized with a haa- 
kering after ice cream on ioa, and a little cooler if 
he can get it. You have te eat ice cream here as 
soon as made; if yon don't tbey just throw in a 
backet of brandy, and it immediately becomes hot 
punch, which yoa have to drink io the shade to 
prevent it becoming so hot as to soald one. Make 
all the allowance yoa pleaB9 for that last remark ; 
I may be prejudiced. 

It is now the rainy season; in fact I never knew 
it to be anything else. I have traveled all over 
California and the webfoot country for years ; it has 
always been tbe rainy season. It donsn't rain here 
though ; it just lets go all holds and tumbles do?, u- 
It has Just started a minute ago, and if it bad been 
raining the last 24 hoars it ooald not possibly do 
better. I beg pardon; it has just stopped and the 
Bun is shining again. I bag to be excused again; 
it's reining now like blazee;no use, I caa' t keep 
up with it— as my friend, John Woodard, would 
observe: "I'm not equal to the situation." Well 
the Fakirs, as the friendly, unprejudiced , lnnch- 
wrestlicg correspondent of the Sporting Times 
was pleased to term ub— are doing very well in- 
deed. The warm weather is a little against us, but 
I am happy to remark that we are paying oar little 
bills regularly in first-class hotels, besides print- 
ing, refreshments, and all tbe adjaocts necessary 
thereto. Good enough for Fakirs, but I forgive 
him ; legs are bis forte, so put him in the ice ohest 
and may Heaven bless him and keep him for his 
mother's sake ; no doubt she thought a great deal 
ef him once. We, Nellie Hosmer, Joseph Small 
Alfred Singer, and Charley Rhoades, W. E. Rog- 
ers, Business Manager, opened here under tbe ti- 
tle and denomination of the Eareka Variety Troupe 
at the Lusita.no Theatre on June $d. We give the 
audience songs, duets, banjo solos, pianoforte 
a*l:a and a faroe, "and don't they seem to like it:' 
They pay $2 for the balcony seats. $1 for the par- 
quette. and $10 for private boxes, and keep on do- 
ing it. 

Tbe folks all wish to bs remembered to Figaeo, 
and should yon by chance come across my worthy 
pal, De Angelis, kiss him for me. I send regards 
to all brother FaknB whithersoever dispersed. 

With the utmost sublimity consider me demo- 
cratically yonrs. Charley Rhoades. 



•'Ten Thousand Miles Away." 
Thousands hare heard Vivian sing the an- 
nexed song at the Alhambra Theatre, and 
have seen his impromptu make-up for the 
character— a young London light-fingered 
vagabond, who accompanies tbe song with 
a peculiar etep which "he learned on the 
ronuda of Jacob's ladder, commonly called 
the blooming treadmill"— and thousands 
have enjoyed it as one of tbe beat pieces 
of characterization ever introduced on tbe 
California stage: 

TEN THOUSAND MILES AWAT. 

Sing for a brave and gall i in t barque. 

And a stiff and a rattling breeze, 
A bully crew and a captain too, 

To carry me o'er the seas ; 
To carry me o'er the sea, my boys, 

To my true love so gay-ay-ay. 
Who went on a trip, in a Government ship, 

Ten thousand miles away 1 

Chobub— Blow, ye winds, hi oh ! 
A-rosming I will go, 
I'll stay no more on H'engl and'S shore ; 
Bo, let the music play— 
I'll start by the morning train, 
To cross the raging main, 
For I'm on the road to my own true love 
Ten thousand miles away 1 

My true love she waB 'andsome, 

My trite love ehe was young ; 
Her eyes were blue as the violet's hue, 

And ellvery was the .sound of her tongue ; 
And Bilvery was hex tongue, my boys, 

And while I sing this lay-ay-ay, 
She's a-doing of the grand in a far-off land. 

Ten thousand miles away ! (CHObUiO 

Dark and dismsl was the day 

When last I saw my Meg ; 
She'd a Government band arcund each 'and, 

And another one round her leg ; 
And another one round her Ze g, my boys, 

As the big ship left the bay-ay-ay, 
Adieu, 'said she, remember me. 

Ten thousand miles away. (Choeus.) 



Squarza'e; 

frequent attempts have been made to Imitate 
Eqoarza's famous hgucurs, but the secret of his 
Ingredients and method of mixture has never 
been discovered. One difference between Squar* 
ta's Punches and the imitations is, that th 
former retain their smoothness and flavor for 
years, while the latter spoil it not Immediately 
used. The Egg-nog Punch, If kept from one 
Christmas to another, opens as rich and 
delicious as If freshly made. It Is an art! 
cle especially suitable for the holidays. The 
Morning comfort Appetizer and Anti-Dyspeptie 
Punches are excellent at all seasons. 

A pioaennt Location. 

Persons desiring coinlortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhembra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there. 
The building is a very nne one and U> wel 
Lighted and ventilated. 



NO BIORE ROUND-SHOULDERED MEN 

? ,jemv s 

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PIONEER 

SHIRT MANUFACTORY 

No. at? ki:ab\t street. 
Adjoining the Weed Sewtns Maohdte Store 

gentlemen's shirts mape to order 
and fits guaranteed. No Gentleman looks 

well nith en ill-ntiin? shirt. 

TRY OUR NEW STYLE SHIRTS, opening at 
the back and avoiding all crumpling of the bosom. 
Our reputation for making 

rzSFF.CT-FlTTIXO SIIZKTS 

Gsnts' Furnisbing Goods 



A^alha States. 

Mme. States and troupe arrived last night, all io 
excellent Lealtb and voice. Our young California 
prima donna has greatly improved in personal 
appearance since she left us. Both form and fea- 
tures have become more rounded and more grace- 
ful, and as she is now Id the very prime of life ana 
professional power, the public may reasonably ex- 
pect her to achieve great professional triumphs 
during the coming opera season. 

' Howard Street Skating Rink. 

This rink will be open on Sundays hereafter. 
Afternoon and morning levees every day. The 
new floor is perfection itself in its way. New 
beginners will receive particular attention. How- 
ard street, opposite New Montgomery, between 
8e tond aod Third streets. 



MUs Matilda Veneta. 

This t ited German tragedienne, arrived on 
Saturd. did New York, under engagement to 
Charles Friisch. She will make her first appear- 
ance at tbe California Theatre next Sunday even- 
ing. 

Returning. 

John McC -Hough, wto has been starring it among 
the More - ; at Salt La^e, for a couple of weeks or 
so. will arrive here by te-tUj's ovorlsad train, and 
will make his appearance on the boards of the 
California Theatre in "Frou Froa" to-morrow 



Well JBstnryiisiiea. 

- a thoroughly good article which has stood 
the test of time, is never allowed to fall into 
disuse; every year the sale of Cassln's ttx 
Wild Grape Bitters Increases, and thousands 
can bear testimony to their merit. • 



The Rustic Window Shade 
Is superior to any In market for cheapness, 
finish and durability, manufactured by HoUe- 
han St Burbridge, 617 Mission, near corner cf 
New Montgomery street. • 



Tlxe Jt£ow© Sewing Machine 

And Butteriak's Pattern Agencies, have been 
removed to the splendid new store, 113 Kearny 
street, a few doors below the old location. * 



Tlio Best Is the Cheapest. 

J. W. Tucker & Co. have the finest assortment 
of Jewelry, diamonds, watches, watch-chains, 
onyx Eete, lockets, opera chains, of the finest 
make, and medallions, of all kinds, ever of- 
fered for sale in this city, and their prices are 

low. • 

«_ 

Car and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Exonberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. It. K., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fra&no 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
the Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at Ban Francisco prices. • 



X>o You. Know 

That with Bttcterick's Pattkbks yon can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly ? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, Ko. 113 Kearny Btreet, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 



W illJam Horace Lingard. 

The number of different characters which this 
artiste impersonates is wonderful. The Cali- 
fornia Theatre is crowded, and between the 
plays a great many people go across the street 
where the red light marks the Figaro Saloon, 
where they find whisky good enough for "a 
Major in the Ninth"— a 6">°d thing to take be- 
fore "a drive to the Cliff House," soothing for 
"a poor little orphan," "par excellence," the 
best to be obtained anywhere. Hermann is also 
also famed for his "bitter beer," which is just 
the thing for ''tbe upper ten thousand" who 
patronize the snug little Figaro Saloon opposite 
the stage entrance of the California Theatre. • 



A Popular. Destueraxum. 

San Francisco as its population increases Is 
being amply supplied with all the luxuries and 
elegancies of older cities. New establishments 
are Bpringing up which are a credit and an or- 
nament to the city. Wejajjt & Co. have just 
opened at No. 337 Bush street, two doors below 
Kearoy, between the California and the Alham- 
bra Theatres, the Pacific OrsxEa Saxoos, where 
can be found oyBters of every kind, cooked to 
order in every imaginable style. Delicious lit- 
tle suppers are there provided after the thea- 
tres, in beautifully furnished rooms* for ladies 
and families, and altogether It bids fair to be 
the most popular Institution In the city. The 
well-known reputation of Mr. Winakt, who has 
been a wholesale oyster dealer here for twenty 
years, and that of his partner, Chablet Haake, 
formerly of the "Antelope" and "Bay" oyster 
saloons, is sufficient to guarantee that the Pa- 
cxpio Oysteb Saloon will be conducted in every 
respect in a m st unexcep ionable manner. * 



Jnlien Perrault, ]>1. X>., 

Physician and Surgeon, memner of the Med- 
ical Faculty of Paris, eta. Dr. Perrault's stud- 
ies and practice have, for ten years past, been 
almost exclusively devoted to the cure of Gen- 
eral Debility and other Specific Affections, 
acute or chronic, all which he continues to 
treat successfully by the newest gcientiUc meth- 
ods. Office 502 Montgomery street, northeast 
corner of Sacramento St., San Francisco, Booms 
9,10 and 11. Consultations In English, French, 
German and Spanish, • 
« 

Good Motto. 

Buy for eash ; sell for cash ; email profits ; 
uo.bad debts. Adopted by J. A. Shabeb & Co., 
707 Market street, near Third— the best place in 
town to buy furniture and bedding, z 



F. Kosmalskl. 

Dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 
Mission street. 



coo 



What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronised by everybody. 



The Elixir of Youth, 

For which the Bages and philosophers of old 
searched In vain, has been discovered at last, 
and brought within the reach of all. Nature has 
provided it In one of the choicest luxuries, and 
Emerson CorviHe & Co. are the dispensers of it 
at the noted Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street. So 
hurry up before it is too late, and every day 
take a plate of their delicious oysters, either 
on the half shell, raw, stewed, fried, roast in 
the shell, fancy roast, steamed, curried, scal- 
loped, or in any style your fancy may dictate ; 
and your youth and beauty will never fade, but 
remain glorious forever. » 



What Cheer Laundry 
Is the best laundry in San Francisco 



Contortion Mirrors 

Are all the rage In the saloonB In the East 
at present. It Is so funny to march a friend up 
to them, and let him see how rediculous his 
reflection looks In them- There is -sure to be a 
laugh, and then everybody will trnHt. Book- 
man of the- Capital saloon, opposite the Buss 
House has five of them, the only ones on the 
coast, and the transmogriflcationB tney make 
in a man's appearance are very grotesque. Ev- 
ery one should see them. " * 



Washing; Returned in. One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. * 

Oysters and Chowder, 

Try Joe Omsti's delicious chowder and 
luscious oysters, at 105 California Market, en 
trance on Summer street. Ladies' saloon at 
tached. Open day and night, • 




To order is well known 
at the lowest rate, 



P 



Silver Plating. 

Articles from which the silver has been worn 
ore received for re-plating by Haynes k Lawton, 

Market sireet, under the Grand Hotel. • 



All our Shirts bear this Trade Mark, and none 
are gennioe without it. We import onr own goods, 
maanfactore oar own goods, and sell none but our 
own goods. 

Tbe low >ates at which we execute orders have 
secured the pftronajje of all classes. 

N. B.— Shirts fitted with new Bosoms and Cuffs. 



S- POPPER, 

SS7 KEABXT STK^KT, 

Adjoining the "Weed" Sewing Machine Agency. 
jn23tf 



The Champion and PiTOtraction 

Braces. 

THESE BRACES. IN THEIR PECULIAR 
construction, have all tbe advantages of Sus- 
penders and Sliorliir-Braces combined. 

1st.— They do not disarrange the sbirt-boeom. 

2d.— They cannot clip off tbe ehoulders. 

3d — They give no strain on tbe breast. 

4th.— Each section of the paots can be adjusted 
independently. 

5th.— By means of the adjustable back-strap, a 
gentle and powerful brace can be obtained. 

6th.— Their ease and convenience commend then 
to everyone, and no person after using thorn wul 
ever u-'e the old- fashioned suspenders aeoin. 

09-Patented October 10, 1365. Beware of tnirina. 
ing on these patents. For sale by 

C. ST.. BUBR, 
Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast, Si8 Marks* 

street, below Stockton, San Francisco. . 

•VTrade supplied at liberal discount. j n23 Ira 



Fhvsicians Eeccnuneai 
Ana over 500-000 People in-iorao 

HENLEY 8 

CSLEBBATED 



OAKLAND FERRY--0PP0SIT10N! 

RE-GPB4INB CF THE OLD AND FAVC-RITE 
CRUK ROUTE, 

T*HE SWIFT AXD STATJNOl 

Jteamer OHIN DU WAN. bar- 



ing elegant accommodations, has been placed per- 
manently on the CreeK Route between San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland and Brooklyn, commencing on Sat- 
urday, Jnne 24ib, leaving Broadway Wharf, Oak- 
land, and Pacific-street Wharf, San Francisco, 
daily, as follows: 

Sao Franoieoo. Oakland. Brooklyn, 

9 00 A. M. 7 00 A. M. 6a.il 

11 00 A. M. 10 I'O a. 11. 

• 1 CO P. a& 12 00 M. 

4 30 P. si. 2 00 P. U, 

Connecting with the Oakland Street Cars, which 
oonrey passengers to the University Grounds. 

The 'raveling public caa rely on the CHIN DU 

WAN crossing without interruption at the lowest 

Btages of tide. Fare Ten Cents. Fre ! ght at lowest 

rates. Good accommodations for tennis. 

ju231m J. P. ZIMMERMAN. 




OGESAET HOUSE 



THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING LEASED 
the Ocean House and Track lor a term of 
lears, and having engaged 

FISST-CLASS COOES, STEWARDS AND 
BABKEEPE&S, 

Is now ready to attend to the wants of all hie old 
friends who may favor him with a call, and no 
pains will be spared to make his guests comfort- 
able and happy. 

■WSpooial attention will be given to Training, 
Purchasing and Selling Horses. 

fȣ0. W. BICKEY, 

ap29 tf Proprietor. 



ADAMS, THE HATTER, 

....IB LOCATED AT.... 

SSI Washington street* next Door to 

the Hall of ICecord*. 

, MR. ADAMS TOOK THE DIPLOMA 

at the laat Mechanic's Fair, for tbe best dis- 
play of Hats, both in style and quality. Cus- 
tomers will please remember that the di- 
Sloma is placed in the wiadow so they cannot be 
eceived as to the place where to purchase the 
BEST HATS at tho CHEAPEST RATES. It 
the first Hat Store below Kearny Btroet. fel6-tf 



SPECTAGLES MY SPECIALTY! 



TrnOLESiLF. -VM> RETAIL. 

SO Years' Experience 
C aHJLIjJSH., 

oPTiciiir, 

80S Montgomery Street, Bum Block, 
jn23 tf San Fraooieoo. 



Dr. ARCH'D McSPARREN, Jr. 

MEDICAL IXECTRICIAX, 

Proprietor of DB. BOURNE'S well-known 

BATHS AND M45KETIC BATTERY, 

in MASONIC TEMPLE. POST STREET, 
JL\7 near Montgomery and Market, San Francisco, 
for the cure of COLDS, RHEUMATISM, OAK 
POISON, NEURALGIA , and other Nervous Com- 

filaints, etc. Ae a bath for the healthy, perfectly 
uxueiant, and. to purify the blood, unequalled. 
etr- The LADIES' DEPARTMENT is under the 
oharge of MRS, McSPAREEN. ju7 1m 



IXIa BITTERS. 



derful TONIC, afters series or years and ex- 1 
periments, has succeeded in bringing before the J 
pubiit all that can be desired of a pure Tonic aod 1 
Recuperator. 

Headaobe.BiliouBneesand Constipation, gecaw 1 
Debility and Lobs of Appetite all are caused bj 
the derangement of the Storunoh^ Liver and other 
functionaries of tbe system. The LXL Bitten : 
have been success f n H^ used and are warranted to 
alleviate the sufferer in all the above cases. 
K. EPSTEIN &CO. f 

Bacoeseors to L. GROSS A CO Sole Propriete 
Of Dr. Henley's I X L Bitters. 

518 Front street, San Franclae*. 1 

7 X.a Salle street. Cblcoeo, 111. del 



FATOEITE YALLEJO ROUTE 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RAILROAD , 



h Faulkner's Chemical Writing M. 

It is not in tbe lea«t acted apon by Bteel pens. 



REMOVAL. 

J.F. &H.H. SCHAFER 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Iff 

Furniture and Bedding, 

HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER OF 
Sacramento and Sansome streets to their new 
four-story wareroomB .... 

If, B._Vf e wish to impress upon the public that 
we can make it to their advantage to call andfio- 
spectour stock and prices before purchasing else- 
where. 

Xo. 312 FINE STREET, 

Between Montgomery and Sansome sts. 

;u9 tf 



MITCHELL & CHRTSTIE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers io 

Fine Wines, Brandies, etc 

Court JBxehsuiKe. Bear Clty^HaU. 

a»- Hot Lunch dally from D. to 2 P. at. Passen- 
gers' Stores pat up at (he shortest notice ap25 



AND STEAMER CAPITAL. 

Snmmer Arrangement. 

SHORTEST AND MOsTcGMFORTABlE LIRE. I 

Saving 8© Mile* lo IlUtnnce, and 3 hours 

la time to Maryavllle and 59 

Miles to SaerameatOi 

Banning Palace Cars, equipped with Mil- : 
ler> Safety Platform and Couplers. 

Two Eipre38 Trains daily (except Sunday) «ao> 1 
way, carrying United States Mail and all Fast 
press. On Snnday, one Express eaoh way. 

STEAMER "CAPITAL" 
Leaves Front street Wharf, San Francisco, at 8 AJf 
conneoHngat Vallejowtth catsof California Pacnw 
Railroad, by which passengers arrive at Sacramento 
at 12:15 p. M„ MarysviUe at 2:15p. H..and Oalietoia 
at 12:45 P. M.; also leaves Sun traccisco at 4 P. st. 
by which passengers reach Sacramento at S:15P. 
M„ Marysviile at 9:30 p. m.. end Oalistogaatiw 

GOIXOSOTTII'. 

Morning Express Trains leaves Marysvi lie at «":<• 
a- M-, Sacramento at 7:31 a. m., and Calietoga at 
7:30 a.m., arriving at San Francisco at 11:30 A. at 

Afternoon Express Train leaves Marysviile atlF. 
M., Sacramento at 3:30 p. si., and Calistogaaw* 
P. M., arriving at San Franciaco at 7:30 P. al. 
STJPTBAIf TRAINS A»» BOAT. 

Sunday Express Train leaves Marysviile at 10;^ 
A. 1L, Sacramento 2:30 P. M., and CallBtogaatJP. I 
M-. arriving at San Francisco at 6:45 P. M. 

Stpamar CAPITAL, on Sundays. .iMTej 
San Franoisoo at 8 :30 A. m. : passengers arriving at 
Vallejoat 10:15 A. M., Sacramento at 1:4*P. *-. 
Marysviile at 5 p.m., and Calistogaat 12:40 jM* 
Returning, leaves Vallejo on arrival of trains fTMH 
Calistoga and Marysviile a*. 5 P. si., arriving at bat 
Francisco at 6 :45 P. M. 

Procure tickets at 306 Montgomery street or OB 
board the Steamer CAPITAL. Baggage calfedM r 
and checked from residences, hotels, etc, by th* 
S. F. Bacgage Express Company. __,--• 

L. O. FOWLER, R. S. MATTISOK, 

Gen'l Freight and Pass. Ag't. SuperintenMBI 

Vallejo. May 6tb. 1871. a?* « , 



Use Faulkner's Chemical Writing M 

It flows freely from the pen, and is the belt 
in use. 



Calaveras Big Trees, 



NEW, SHORT AND QUICK ROUTE 

TO THB WORLD-KENOWMED 

CALAVERAS GROVE ' 

VIA WESTERN PA01FIO RAILROAD TO 
Mokelumne Station, Peelc 4 Oo's Stage L« !l 
Concord Coaches from Mokelumne Station to w« I 
Trees, leaviDg San Francisco at 8 a. at every day, 
stopping over night at Mokelumne Hill, and arriv- 
ing at Big Trees at 12 M. next day, RetarninI, 
leave B'g Trees at 2 p.m, stopping over night at 
Mokelumne Hill,, leaving next morning at #%, ana 
arriving at Mokelomne Slation next day in tiers W 
take the Western Pacific Railroad trains Eaat eno • 
West, arriving at San Francisco at 5 p. M-, ' 
the round trip in 2 days and 10 hours, 

F ARK: 
Mokelumne Station to Big Tr«i,.t 
KonndTrlp 1«1 

•eyFor farther particulars, apply to 

P. JH. KJBAN, Aa* at, 

iu271m Ko. 6M Clay street. San Francis**. 




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In* J I* Alt* Uarahi, linn 
Ml. H II .KIT. III. or nl I l< III KI.AND 

toaafBEB wrrn ■:* rwai.aixAD 
I I Ii i .. |> 1 II 11 H ]><><• Initios. 

J. D HARDIE 

...*. B Vlmcn 

irt*ln* 

Frank He* 

.John Woodard 

..0*o. HlQCkltT 
.1. C Me*nilr« 
.W.C. Dudlrj 

R. ««in 

Starr.... A. arab»m 

MR8. T. M. I)\TI1 

MtM Somen 

MlM Bunlo Soul* 
Mr*. Frank Re* 



r»o»» Vmc*>nt. trio Popular Danaauao ! 

Immoneo lucceti of C. M. Hall 
J hn II. < .mpbell 

THIS IV EN I NO JILT IB'B 




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BELLA UNION THEATRE 



KISS ELLA WESN1B 
A.ljUo.0 i_.o Pnvre 

WW ai I i -[■or t*J lha Paaah ratf 

RE-FNQAOEMENT *f JOHN M ANNINO 

Tin* Rrer- Popular leynolda llrolhern 



Fl— li OM JawtMM 


B*aaya*m 


Overt •*» 




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l.l»al»> Hariani 



Sarah Jane. Take the Cas 



"**•»> J«-r» MMiTLr, |W..««r J,.« Wallace 

Trirad a. Mtn rrtsk JaM 



TRACT RANDALL. . wrlf Id tb* fold 

Cnptala » 

A.ot-»» Wlrebac*. in brulneM for him* IT" 

BblT-re, a Cf*T.t-aEd dealt* 

>Titil»», tb* Bally 

Cbe* W*ldn>, ft j< '.in.' man Id love 

Simon HA. Wilson i Mr. Hop... 

Ilea | Mr lamp.. 
R*t Dr. Mcrlirc .C Ankner f Tom RiCMt 

Rn»ty Bob W. Rliberds 

ELENOR. lb* discarded one. 

M*d*» 

Lean F if* in an. toe Do:lor'i daughter... 

Mother Kit, who show* h> r cliwi 

Hilttt Ml» De«M ! Blanche... .La Petit* Darling 

Plciilcitt#, gtntti, lounger*, etc 



Between the First end Second Act*. 

CHARLEY BACKUS 

Will appear in bis wonderful ItniUtton entitled 

JOHN HH I rVTAHa-ATVr 

SATURDAY AJTKBN00N- 

UST ORaNO combination matinee. 



•9-Box Offlc* open from II A. M. to 4 p. M . when RESERVED 
Datl D1AT b* utond WITHOUT EXTRA OHAROE. 



Irl.r. .11* K..«i Vlnr.m 

THo lal-voly Moltc ! 

FRAKK JOHia 



r»**lr ini 



Funnr Wehaler 



E. M. HALL and his BANJO 



'•Wins it ml llrtiirf . 
Dallaid 



..•John t urnpN II 
. .. Annie l.nmnr 



HE'S rOOLIMO ME! ^ 

Jake WftlUee and Tommy R*te 

Doteh *T*r'lniii'« Xe-d TVard 

.latvrplia* <»rnngv lllouom Y'rnnk .l.im-. 

Ilullftid Fanny Hint* 



COCOANUT DANCE I 



Ned Ward Tommy Rosa.. 



.... Campbell 



BANJO DUET. 

I^MJHAIaL end JAKB WALLACE 

The I. It i. in scitiu. « Rose Ditrund 

•%onv; nnd Diuaee Clara Starr